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Fresh update on "gorilla" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"People in L a county and go out to eat again, l a County health director Barbara Ferrer says Given the new guidance from the state, the county health order will be amended on Friday. As I noted, will issue a new hook officer order. That allows for restaurants to reopen for outdoor dining with occupancy limits and masking requirements for all staff. Rare, says other personal care services like barbershops and nail shops can open today at 25% capacity, but for rare says if cases spike officials have no choice but to go back to a more restrictive order. Steve Gregory King. If I news news is brought to you, by Mike Diamond, the smell good plumber. Ella's mayor says the number of homicides in the city increased more than 36% in 2020. The number of people shot was up more than 41%. Police chief Michael Moore says overall crime last year was down 9% this reduction. Amounted to more than 12,000 fewer crimes. With nearly a 12% reduction in property crime and a 4.7% reduction in violent crime, he says most of the homicides were gang related, also says the job of policing Has been made harder by the pandemic and changes to the justice system. Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park are conquering cove in three of the safari parks. Gorillas tested positive for coronavirus. January 11th, the zoo joined forces with more than a dozen leaders in the scientific, zoological and public health communities to treat the troop. Some head coughs, congestion, runny noses and lethargy. The silverback Winston came down with pneumonia and heart disease and has been treated with heart meds, antibiotics and monoclonal antibody therapy from a supply that was not permitted for human use. Do. Officials say the entire eight member troupe is eating, drinking, interacting and on the way to a full recovery. Amy King.
The Story of How TSMC Came To Dominate the World
"So obviously tracy. We've been talking a lot about chips lately. But for all the episodes we've done we haven't hit like what is sort of a. I guess i would say the elephant in the room or the gorilla in the room that keeps coming up over and over again. We've been going at a. I would say from a us perspective. Very focused on the trouble at intel. But we haven't really talked about the success story. That is taiwan. Semiconductor manufacturing company better known as t s emcee. Yeah exactly right so every episode that we do it sort of comes back to them. What a juggernaut. They've become and of course you know. The sort of basic story is that manufacturing chips is extremely hard It's extremely expensive. And it's very difficult to scale until Is one of the rare companies that designs and manufactures. Its own chips. But that for a lot of these companies that are sort of exploding ri- gaining market share there Having taiwan semi manufacture them and taiwan semi is getting extremely good or is extremely good at a manufacturing and maybe Pulling away from intel some extent in terms of its manufacturing capabilities. Right and i think they actually invented the foundry model which you know this idea of just manufacturing chips which keeps coming up over and over and over again in all of our conversations as one reason the entire semiconductor industry has changed and one reason why intel is struggling but the thing i find kind of amazing like in twenty twenty one. We all take it for granted. That tsmc is this massive player in the semiconductor industry in the world. Really but i find it really really noteworthy and you know somewhat surprising. In retrospect that what is a single company on an island has emerged to really dominate chips. That are now vital to all sorts of things so computers smartphones cars. Everything i think. Tsmc manufacturers little over half of the world's chips so it's not quite a monopoly but again like they are the juggernaut in the room as he put it absolutely. And it's such a. I mean it's such a pivotal company for a lot of reasons. I mean you mentioned cars. It was just a story this week recording this january twelfth by the way there was just a story this week about how car manufacturers around the world are actually running into supply constraints because they can't get chips because of the chip manufacturers decided to reduce their production of automotive chips during the crisis in the spring on the expectation that demand wasn't going to be there and now they haven't ramped up taiwan semi They're to actually reporting earnings. This week expected to be very strong. Earnings are soaring. stock is soaring. And then of course. Because it's in the strategic position end because taiwan itself is in this Uh strategic position obviously between the us and china and the roll over its status. It's just an incredibly central player and sort of necessary to understand the story right a big player in tech big player across multiple supply chains in a bunch of different industries. Uncertainly player geopolitics as well. So we really talk more time on semi and we have the perfect guest to do that. Someone who knows all about the company who's been covering them for a long time since long before they were the dominant player They are today. We're going to be speaking to copen. He is a tech columnist at bloomberg. Opinion has been with us a bloomberg for fifteen years and he's actually been covering The tech industry from taipei specifically for the last twenty one years Everything about Taiwan semiconductor where it came from this important player so tim thank you very much for joining us. Hey thanks time guys to talk to you tim. How would you describe the importance of taiwan semiconductor in the world right now well as you assess just saying they are so huge. Tracy pointed out the creates. Such a large share of the world saw chips. There's probably not a single device in the world that doesn't have. Tsmc somewhere but whether it's a car die. Fine of course famously. But even some really unimportant boring things like temperature sense. A hiya or some led lights array there. They do serve much of the waltz products. They're they're basically everywhere and so if that would've stopped production. Tomorrow i think the global technology industry would grind to a halt very very
Social Media And Free Speech During A Polarizing Time
"Moves that net neutrality is brought that the FCC has reason to be proud of, but But let me ask you this. Through the root of our conversation two years ago and to the next several minutes of this interview The Internet is even more now than it was two years ago, right because the kids are going to school and everybody's working from home. We all need it as we need electricity and plumbing. Why should it not be regulated as such? So I do believe that the debate is no longer a debate over whether Internet access is a luxury or a necessity. It's a necessity. To me. It's clear that the utility style regulation that would be imposed of net neutrality. Does not serve the consumer at the end of the day. Perhaps the best evidence comes from abroad in Europe, which has disease till the style regulations treats the Internet. Like the water company, the electric company regulators had to go hat in hand to companies like Netflix and YouTube at the beginning of the pandemic and ask them to proactively throttle content to consumers because they had not had the infrastructure investment needed. To keep up more over. There are parts of the digital divide in Europe that are not getting addressed because there's simply not an incentive to build those networks. So let's talk about private companies here and some of the power they have in this economy. And I need to turn the page to section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act, which is in the waning days of your chairmanship has become the net neutrality of 2020 and 2021, right. The The provisions of the law that gives immunity for social media companies and many others for what people say on that site. Um do you think I'm just gonna go straight for the £800 gorillas? First? Do you think Twitter and Facebook have too much power? I do think that those companies, among others in the social media space do not operate by the same principles that other companies in the Internet economy do. For example, with respect to Twitter, who makes the decisions about content moderation, why is one actor not allowed to post but the supreme leader if Iran is These are the types of things that with respect to Internet service providers, the FCC's instituted regulations and I think that's part of the reason why in the halls of Congress is a growing bipartisan consensus that we need to re examine the regulatory framework for these companies. Now the FCC doesn't have authority here. That's a decision for Congress and the next administration to make. But I do think that there is a growing questions about transparency and consistency. If the FCC doesn't have authority here, why did you say a number of months ago You were going to take a look at a new rule. Teofilo out how to implement to 30 at one might reasonably assume the behest of the president. United States who has not been shy about his feelings about this law. What we don't have authority to change the law, which is what's many elected officials are talking about with respect to this section, 2 13 ounce and I made the Department of Commerce submitted a petition to us and we made it into print dependent determination that we had legal authority to interpret that their immunity provisions and that narrow provision only. That's one of the things that we were considering, and we decided that there wasn't time to move forward. But Do you think this is an issue that's going to grow as the social media increasingly becomes the public square when it comes to political discourse? Well, just pause to note Children screaming the background and random thuds Because we're on a roll world. We're all making radio from our living rooms. Sorry about that. Now, look, it's the way it is. It's the way it is. Let me let me actually just just pick up on what you just said and ask you sort of the following question, right? Because in in a matter of six or seven days or whatever it is, you will no longer be the chairman of the FCC. There will be somebody else. Who will be a Democrat approved by the Democratic Senate now On by wonder about this idea that you and I talked about last time Regulatory ping pong Because net neutrality is going to come back up section 2 30 is going to come up. And whoever chairs the FCC is probably gonna have an opposite point of view as to you. What What is the role of Congress in these decisions? And, um I guess why? Why? Why do our regulatory agencies have to do this kind of ping Pong? Congress needs to put on the page exactly what the rules should be so that administrative agencies don't swing back and forth, depending on the political affiliation of its leader. Now, you mentioned that neutrality that I think it's an actual, relatively simple fix. No blocking, no throttling any competitive Honda. Sorry, I can't see I can't help but laugh When you say it's a simple fix. I mean, come on. It is no. I think it is in terms of the substance now the politics of course, there are much more difficult. But even beyond that, for example, my first major speeches chairman, I urged Congress To think about infrastructure legislation. This is back in 2017, allocating 50, or even $60 billion for broadband. And if they had done that, in a bipartisan way back, then think about how much better off would be today. And so I think that it's important for Congress to update the rules to tell the American people you've elected us to make this judgment about the digital economy. Here is our judgment, and then agencies have a little more certainty, and so would consumers of the end of the day.
2 Gorillas At San Diego Zoo Safari Park Test Positive For COVID-19, Third Symptomatic
"To captive gorillas of the san diego zoo have tested positive for covid nineteen after falling ill. California governor gavin newsom says a third girl appears to be
2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19
"Focus is bringing this deadly pandemic under control in California. Doug Sovereign, KCBS several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo of tested positive for covert, which has prompted a state investigation. KCBS is Matt Boone spoke to an animal biologist about how the disease infects animals. The troop of eight gorillas live at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. According to the zoo. Two of the guerrillas started coughing, which prompted them to test fecal matter in their enclosure. Which came back positive. The state is now investigating how they got the virus. Governor Gavin Newsom currently confirming the source of the infection in the strain. There is some question that it come human animal that's being determined. The cases were not surprising to Kristen Gilardi with the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and the executive director of Gorilla Doctors. We have been operating on the assumption that great apes, gorillas, chimpanzees, ringtones. Are as susceptible to the virus is people those so far, she says. There are no known cases of wild gorillas catching the virus. According to the USDA. There have been at least 119 documented cases of animals with covert 19 in the U. S,
2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19
"In what could be a first for the U. S and the world. Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. San Diego Zoo Safari Park Director Lisa Peterson says the members of the gorilla trooper tested last week for the virus that causes Copan 19. We saw some mild symptoms that air Similar to those that humans would experience, Peterson says. Some of the guerrillas have been coughing and then all are thought to be infected. She thinks they also know how they were exposed. We suspect that the gorilla's got this virus from an asymptomatic team member that worker as well as all the other suit up and mask up every time they're dealing with the animals in the park. Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas, and they will remain in their habitat at the park.
2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19
"What could be a first for the U. S and the world. Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. San Diego Zoo Safari Park director Lisa Peterson says the members of the gorilla trooper tested last week for the virus that causes Covad 19. We saw some mild symptoms that are Similar to those that humans would experience. Peterson says Some of the guerrillas have been coughing and that all are thought to be infected. She thinks they also know how they were exposed. We suspect that the gorilla's got this virus from an asymptomatic team member that worker as well as all the other suit up and mask up every time they're dealing with the animals in the park. Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas, and they will remain in their habitat at the park.
Gorillas test positive for coronavirus at San Diego park
"Are apparently not the only primates that have to worry about the coronavirus. The San Diego Zoo Safari Park says eight gorillas that lived together with the park have tested positive for the virus, and several have been coughing. It appears the infection came from a member of the park's wildlife care team, while other wildlife has contracted covert 19. The gorilla cases are believed to be the first reported from a zoo in the U. S. And possibly the World. Zoo officials say all the parks gorillas are now being closely monitored.
2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19
"Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for coronavirus, Zoo officials saying it's the first known transmission to a great ape. California Governor Gavin Newsom says they don't know how the gorilla's got the virus. We have two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo that now tested positive for covert 19 2 that have been tested positive. We have another, that's symptomatic. We're currently confirming the source of the infection in the strain, Newsome says. They're working to contain the spread of the zoo. That's long been of concern here. Then the animal transmission but our beloved guerrillas. Obviously we are concerned about and San Diego Zoo best of the best. They've tested now formally to positive, but three are symptomatic. The guerrillas started showing symptoms on the six. They're positive tests came back Monday. It's 5
2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19
"A couple of gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for covered 19, with zoo officials saying it's the first known transmission to a great ape. California Governor Gavin Newsom says they don't know how the gorilla's got the virus. We have two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo that now tested positive for covert 19 2 that have been tested positive. We have another, that's symptomatic. We're currently confirming the source. The infection in the strain, Newsome says they're working to contain the spread of the zoo. That's long been of concern human to animal transmission, but our beloved guerrillas obviously we are concerned about and San Diego Zoo best to the best they've tested now formally to positive, but three are symptomatic. The guerrillas started showing symptoms on the sixth. They're positive tests came back Monday.
Gorillas test positive for coronavirus at San Diego park
"The San Diego Zoo says several of the guerrillas added Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. It's believed to be the first cases among such primates, the parks executive director says. A group of eight gorillas is believed to have the virus and several of them have been coughing. It appears the infection came from a member of the park's wildlife care team that also tested positive for the virus. It has been asymptomatic. The San Diego Zoo Safari Park has been closed to the public since December,
Gorillas in San Diego test positive for COVID-19
"The San Diego Zoo says two gorillas at the Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus. Another is symptomatic. It marks the first known transmission of the virus. True the great ape species. Now they're monitoring those gorillas up at the Safari Park in the city of San Diego on Escondido, see how they contracted the virus
Challenging Microsoft, Salesforce to Purchase Slack for $27 Billion
"To be a leader of a company that brings virtual teams together since the pandemic emerged. Software companies. selling. Collaboration tools have found themselves in the corporate. Sweet spot the pandemic is made formerly useful tools utterly essential without videoconferencing document sharing the light corporate productivity would ground to a halt when we all began working from home now that more and more big companies are telling employees. They can work from home forever. It appears that teamwork may never go back to the way it was before remote teams. Could well be the new normal. A world view that both software vendors and investors are banking on. That's one obvious reason behind. Last week's blockbuster deal salesforce the two hundred. Twenty billion dollar sales and marketing. Software behemoth is acquiring work chat company slack the purchase price more than twenty-seven balloon dollars. That's with a b. Ceo's of both companies spared no hyperbole in describing the potential pairing salesforce eeo mark. Benny off described it as a match made in heaven slack. Founder and ceo stewart butterfield. Said he believes. This is the most strategic combination in the history of software with the purchase salesforce could expand beyond the realm of sales and marketing and into all corners of big companies according to observers like box ceo aaron levie and slack could expand its user base something. It's apparently been struggling to do. Despite remote workers needs for better communication tools slack has one of the best brand names in the business who in the corporate world hasn't been slacked at one point or another surprisingly though the brand may be bigger than the business itself last october. The company said it had twelve million active daily users but it has an updated those numbers sense slacks sales jumped almost fifty percent in the second quarter of the year but watching as the corporate world began laying off workers butterfield warned investors that sales growth was likely to cool down. It felt a forty percent of the third quarter the new york times reported. That's all in contrast to what's happening at slacks and sale forces biggest rival. That would be microsoft. Microsoft teams competes directly with slack. Some say microsoft copied slack when it debuted teams in late. Twenty sixteen but microsoft has a built in advantage it bundles teams for free with its office suite. Microsoft three sixty five that strategy was rocket fuel for teams taking it from zero to one hundred fifteen million users in four years. According to urge reporter. Casey newton that bundling is such an obstacle for slack that the smaller company filed a complaint against microsoft with the european commission in july according to the new york times quoted in the times edward jones analysts local perk observed that the salesforce deal is an admission that slack can no longer compete against the eight hundred pound gorilla that microsoft. This is more or less saying we need more firepower. Logan told the times under butterfield's leadership slack at previously spurned other suitors including google amazon and yes microsoft itself. Sales forces pending purchase of slack is the biggest in its twenty one year history. What it represents is nothing less than the potential reordering of the silicon valley universe with this move mark. Benef- is going after enterprise sales up against microsoft directly. That's a bold move and an interesting one given that. Benny off tried unsuccessfully to sell salesforce to microsoft five years ago. What happens next should be interesting for everyone involved especially employees simply trying to be productive in stressful remote interrupt driven circumstances as the pandemic rearranges. Our work lives. It's also rearranging challenges and opportunities for makers of collaboration software. This won't be the last matchup. We'll see for companies that help us get work done together. As common collaboration software appears to be only about ten percent of us. Use it today. Box seo erin. levy says there's a huge untapped market out and so there are likely to be many many more deals like this on the horizon
New York Rapper Casanova Is Accused of Conspiring In ‘Terrible Acts of Violence’
"Has pleaded not guilty to racketeering charges after turning himself in to face a federal indictment. The New York City rapper, whose legal name is Castle senior, is Charged with members of the untouchable gorilla Stone Nation gang. The gang is charged with the killing of a 15 year old in Poughkeepsie, defrauding programs meant for people suffering in the pandemic and more. Casanova, who was currently signed her rock nation was charged with conspiracy to commit racketeering, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and firearms possession. He is not charged in that murder wins news time. 6 49, a new report from
A crowded mountain can make silverback gorillas more violent
"Researchers looked at fifty years of data from gorillas in Rwanda found that is the number of family groups living in a habitat increased so did the number of violent clashes among them mountain gorillas spend most of their time sleeping eating and grooming each other's first behavioral ecologist who published the study in the journal science advances found encounters between groups can become violent some guerrillas especially intense parish which slowed population growth they found the frequency of family feud was not determined by the number of individuals but by the number of family groups in a region co author and primatologist Taris doing ski says everyone wants to know how many guerrillas can live inside a protected habitat area it turns out the answer depends partly on how they organize themselves socially she says they still don't understand all the factors that go into determining leadership qualities in guerrillas I'm Jennifer king
A crowded mountain can make silverback gorillas more violent
"Are highly sociable animals up to a point, too crowded mountain could make a silverback more violent. Researchers who analyzed 50 years of data from Rwanda found that as the number of mountain gorilla family groups living in a habitat increased, so did the number of violent clashes among them. Slowed population growth, The researchers published today in the journal Science, Advances
Spinning and Winning: How Peloton is revolutionizing the fitness industry
"With neo You co founder and CEO Nate Forster. So, Nate, I gotta ask you about the £800 gorilla in this area of at home Fitness. Talk about pellet on it has been a juggernaut during the pandemic went public last year, too, You know a little bit of a tepid response, but clearly during the pandemic, as people have been sheltering in place, and Focusing on wellness in place as it were. They've seen demand. Serge What does Pelle Itan do for the broader business? In your estimation? So thanks for paving the way I think everyone has to think telethon for paving the way for this industry. You know what Holding was able to create and had the site. You know the vision to do. Actually amazing. They have a great bike and a great treadmill. They make really, really solid equipment and confident on that equipment, so huge what they've done for the industry had been anybody that never negatively about telethon that in this space is just been doing a injustice because they have Really paved the way and have done quickly and obviously, the pandemic and everything help on DH that that you know, done from a positive thing for a lot of companies and again, I said, it's about awareness. You know, the consumer needs to know that you're well and you could have a really good experience. But we have to give a lot of that credit to pallet town, so we would we would start there and, you know, I think they evolve and get better. They're going to do a lot of different things and They'll continue to look at the consumer and find creative ways to make it more affordable. I know they're doing some of that stuff will obviously be competitive that calm and try to be AH, cheaper version left expensive. I think the hardest part For a lot of these hardware companies is going to be content, right. We also know that the consumer doesn't want just one thing right? They don't want telethon, spinning pal time yoga palate on boot camp coltan because they don't want that. We've known that for years. That's what made class pass so great in the breaking mortar space and for all The way that we look at it. Look, you may want to do some spinning, which we also have on the platform. But maybe you want ah, meditation expert Or you want a boot camp expert or you want a boxing expert. So you want to jump around? We know our average user. Muses about 5 to 6 different brands among so they like lots of different things. They want to jump around expert so well. Palestine is doing their thing, and I think their biggest winner and everyone appreciates what they've done. I think the challenge they did, as they tried to evolve will be, you know, to be able to offer some different brands and concepts. To their consumer, not just pellets on this and tell him not very agnostic. I think they need to be able to be a bit more creative and give the consumer different things to do. And other brands and soul be inching to see how they get through that process that I'm sure they will. Hey, Nate,
"gorilla" Discussed on Sidedoor
"You've been listening to side doors a podcast from the Smithsonian with support from Pierre x this is our last episode of the season. We'll be back soon with a new season, but we're taking a short break to do research and put together some exciting news stories in the meantime. Can really help us out by leaving us a review in apple podcasts. It helps find our show and it's a little digital pat on the has it makes me feel good as I snuggled down my night. This. Episode we did a lot of interviews and we want to send a big time. Special. Thanks to Kirsten Gilardi amy bond and the entire guerrilla doctors team also John Bosco Zeh Lawrence Magee Shah Don Zimmerman Linda Lowenstein and her husband Craig Shirley, annelies Meier Jen's Zun Caroliina Powell and Meredith. Bastion. We got some great bonus content for this episode, a Ted talk about gorilla conservation a youtube link to gorillas in the mist and a Selfie of Justin. At the national. Zoo. All of that will be in our newsletter. You can subscribe at sl that edu slash side door. Are Wonderful Amazing Brilliant, podcast team is just an O.`Neil Natalie Boyd and cannon caitlyn Schaefer just Saad Cameo Neil and Sharon Bryant episode. Our work is by Greg fisk extra support comes from John Jason and Jenni at PR. Our show is mixed talk. Our theme song and other episode music are by Brake Master cylinder. If you WANNA sponsor our show please email sponsorship at r x dot Org I'm your host was EP body. Thanks for listening. See You. Next season. News. That much worse than in here in the house. IS A. There's a whole sign about it's like that's not a skunk. It's wealthier and oh no, let's go somewhere else..
"gorilla" Discussed on Sidedoor
"A was. Much worse day after day Kato got. Sicker and she seemed very lethargic. She wasn't herself. If cotto had been a human living in human society, do you think that she would have her parent would call the doctor at that point? I think it probably would have raised a red flag to to mom and it's like, Hey, something. On here I need to watch this and that was basically the cue that we were given. After a few days, they took the extraordinary measure to pull cotto out of the forest. It's truly a measure of last resort. Guerillas are social animals in Charlie's team didn't want to break the hard one trust of the other guerrillas by being caught kidnapping, one of their family members, but they had no other choice. As the vets treated cotto in the clinic Shali in the park crew started hearing the same scary cough from more guerrillas in distant parts of the park we became more frightened. The research groups located in another part of the puck on they were also called then after a week of getting progressively sicker cotto died. So caught does death was the sort of. Moment, it was beyond the holy I mean it was hope we may. We may lose the only remaining population of Malcolm guerrillas in the world. I don't think I've been more frightening my life..
"gorilla" Discussed on Sidedoor
"The modern west is out. Now, the stories will take you to the windswept prairie were old West Ghost town once stood and a new ghost town in the making were schools and businesses are closing fast. The modern West is exploring rural decline and resilience and asking why does it matter of America's small towns disappear search for the modern West wherever you get your podcasts. Okay let's start with the obvious guerillas are massive. Big Male can be well in excess of four hundred pounds. This is Craig Shelly I mean he's like a big linebacker He's as powerful as ten men today Shali vice president at the African Wildlife. Foundation. But in nineteen seventy-three, he was in the Peace Corps working in Zaire. Now, the Democratic Republic of Congo and that is where he first got a glimpse of these mountain dwelling linebackers today. It's not all that hard to meet a guerilla. If you have a lot of money but back in nineteen seventy-three gorilla tourism wasn't a thing yet is wild animal tourism was starting to take off in other parts of Africa the mountain gorilla experts thought they could appeal to the same set of adventurous and rich tourists. So one day in seventy three, a game warden asked Shali. If he'd help habituate a group of guerrillas, habituate means get them used to having people around step one to tourism. And effectively indicated that I'd be happy to be a Guinea pig. The idea is to find a distance that the wild gorillas are comfortable with, and then quietly work their way closer to the group. At the beginning of this process, the guerrillas tend to be nervous for the most part they've had no encounters with other great apes in particular human great apes and it's frightening for them. One famous story of Habituating Morillas was of Dian Fossey she's a guerilla research pioneer in the nineteen sixties she moved by herself to a volcano in Rwanda and through persistence and patience she ended up habituating a number of guerrilla groups. Fosse's story was told in the nineteen. eighty-eight movie gorillas in the mist Fosse's played by Sigourney Weaver, and there's one part in the movie that shows one of her earliest encounters learning about a guerrillas personal space. Here's what that sounded like. They're scared and lots of wrong inscribing lots of charges in the vegetation and a pretty invigorating experience. I'll say that sounds very exciting. The okay. You're adrenaline going the habituation process is slow. It can take more than a year until a group of guerrillas except having people nearby over the next decade more guerrilla groups were habituated and that habituation gave birth to mountain gorilla tourism because for every new habituated group that meant more tourists could hike into the forest and get close to some of the world's rarest apes and Charlie says from up close there's a lot to love about gorillas. A big beautiful great eighth than an elven guerillas in particular are are very, very majestic. They've got long black hair. They've got lovely features jolly was smitten by nineteen eighty eight. He was still working with guerrillas as director of the mountain gorillas project. It was a group that helped manage Rwanda's volcanoes national park. One of the few places on Earth at that mountain gorillas live in the wild. And why routine would be to go to park headquarters early in the morning Attach myself to a tourist group that was going out with guards and guides assigned to that guerilla group. I would spend the tourist time with them monitoring the Rollo's assessing health and behavioral status and all that kind of stuff. Essentially, it was up to Shali to make sure the guerrillas were healthy. His staff was doing its job and his growing groups of tourists were safe and happy in an average week. He'd visit every habituated gorilla group in the park, which means he spent hours in close quarters with more than one hundred guerrillas. He got to know them and they got used to him. It's the opportunity of a lifetime. Mediate. One of Shali big projects was to do a guerilla census. which is basically the same thing as human senses. But for guerrillas at the time, we didn't even know how many mountain gorillas there were. So every day he'd hike into the park count them watch quietly for a few hours and hike back to park headquarters guerrillas tend to live in these large family groups. So for Shali who knew each group and their habits, they were never that hard to find. A pretty predictable. Pattern throughout the day. Is Sleep throughout the night the and so in the early morning there in what is called night nest daylight the the silverback in particular is likely the first two rows and he's basically often feeding the rest of the group they'll follow and they will feed for a couple of hours they live in electrical a a big salad bowl. Did you say Salad? Bowl? I said that the forest is like a big salad bowl. Guerrillas have basically a diet that consists of probably seventy different plant species and they're selectively feeding as they go about their business in the fourth. Wash Allie was tallying the guerrillas. He also kept an eye on their health. He was used to guerrillas who are under the weather. Usually, it was typical sniffles are sneezes but in case a guerilla got very sick. The parkhead veterinarians on staff the mostly he just watched the gorillas eat and sleep mid morning. They will likely take a rest and so they'll build what are called nests. Girl. Asleep younger Hilas play but mostly they eat. Sounds like the life. Probably six o'clock as the sun is going down the bill, the night nest and starts all over again Mr calling my bed, my night nest. Absolutely. Not. Since Shali spent so much time with these age. They sort of became like an extended family and like everyone's family with goals and cool cousins Shali. Some favorites that he'd get excited to see he remembers this one three year old female named Cotto. Do very very well, she was a very, very interesting young and Albury social within the group and. Yet. She was a very special rule what mater special? I think basically the social interactions, it's not at all unusual for for young males within a group to be very very social I. Mean they're they're young, they're energetic. They're they're feeling their oats within the group As I recall was was a female who who had the personality of a lot of the young nails that especially during playtime she was right in the thick of things in terms of Interactions One day specifically February twenty Fourth Nineteen eighty-eight Shali and his team noticed cotto cough. He remembers it wasn't a normal tickle in your throat. It was more of a hack. Very harsh cough and it just was continuous on that particular day and as a result of that we determined that we would come back the next day to monitor and then as I recall. The call the subsequent.
Bilibili Moves on Fall Guys Mobile
"Fry Billy. This was from the south. China Morning Post and the article is Billy Billy Ratchets Up China gaming drive with publishing rights for fog is. Fall guys could become the first non animated anime style hit game to be published by Billy Billy and the article goes on to say that Billy Billy plans to release fall guys. As a or plans to publish a mobile version of the title. So. This is their plan. So to make mobile fog is essentially. The Chinese market at. Like that. To me that's that that's interesting. Right at the perfect. It makes a lot of sense to have it on mobile. It's a very natural fit for mobile and honestly like it goes with I, think the aesthetic that goes with the dry by the the motivating factor but find Paul guys as accessibility getting it on a more accessible device fits well into that strategy. I think the news here though sorry Paul is not about fall guys billy, billy. Talk to me about. Agree Billy Billy has been new. Yeah. Out of I mean versus the League rights, right? We talked about two or three podcasts ago where they had they bought the rights to the League of legends like finals a few of like almost all the competitions in China and Indonesia, right? Yeah. That was their first big move. Yup and then, and now they have full guys pickup, which is really substantial pickup given. The success of the title could threaten pub mobile style sort of numbers in China and Russia. There's a place for it to do well for sure and what's more interesting to me as less they got it and more who beat together right now because they be ten cents, a Nazis I'm guessing that is that right? I think I read something or your new girl Yo you would assume who are their competitors which is basically tell sent pulling the strings in both places for sure for the localization publishing, it's Netease tencent would have beat for this. Those were those wouldn't be direct billy billy competitors necessarily right compatibility bit more of a streaming platform. Yeah. Yeah. That's But. But this is I think publishing rights, right? It is crazy. But so is streaming platform moving into publishing rights which I think in and of itself is interesting. Moving into which again goes back to our whole thesis of Watch out streaming platforms when it control the Games for Exclusivity Yup, right? So that's what's going on here billy now has to in their another belt or get into good ones a hyper casual even if it doesn't last long I think it'll last long enough for them to get their to to to do some jobs for them and then league and the thing is like basically everything you WanNa, do in Asia's published by ten Cincinnati's and these guys beating them out you have to wonder was it did this come up so quickly and they just move faster. Did were the other guys asleep at the wheel is this now a pricing war right? Or is there something else a streaming platform can offer? That pure publishing play cat you know so that last one I think is the most interesting. Let me add one more. That's why I ended on it Paul. That's why I I wanted the dialogue. Let me throw out. One more is ten cents just too distracted at this point because we we're big fans of ten cent raise we've been saying are making all the right moves, all the right investments it seems like the the the guys can't be stopped, but at some point, they're so big. Right there. So dominant their their hands are in everything. Now at some point, do you go maybe they just are distracted they're gonna Miss Things because they. As much as they want to be everywhere they have so many things to worry about now. So many plates to Juggle One's going get dropped here and there. Yeah I suspect that a little bit because this like this game was on nobody's radar until it blew up, right. So like I suspect that they might be a little slower, a little less nimble have some other deals in the works they're trying to merge their streaming platforms and all of a sudden you have a more motivated competitor that may be you know gave extremely is by the way probably financially driven to enter the market and maybe very flattering terms this public why not you know why bill is maybe outspending tencent Right. Wow because because M- maybe ten cents has the legal right where ten cents yeah. You come do business with us. Here's why and you don't want the biggest guy. You want the eight hundred pound gorilla in your corner. Okay. Go go play with the small guys. We know. There may be something arrogance
"Let's talk some CDL playoffs if you would indulge me. Because we now know officially the two worst teams in the League and the two teams going home with nothing you you collect your paychecks, but you get nothing you are the only people in the company not getting Christmas bonus. So congratulations to Seattle and La gladiators. Yeah I mean for for for both of. The two hundred K. minimum they you just. Lost in one series essentially right because even if the other to flake out next round, which could very likely happen. Just lost one hundred K now, the only person that's happy about this whole situation. Is Aches kids he he saved himself a little bit of time. He got a free weekend in if anything. He he out a couple of weeks prior. In our preview show and I posted up my bets. Earlier, today for those who follow on twitter I posted my betting odds and who I took. For today and tomorrow's matches because that was already up there I. Honestly I took. Seattle to cover the spread, which was just a plus one and a half meaning they only had to win. Just, take it to a map five which given the fact that I thought they were going to win. And I don't know why looking back on it. I'm dumb like what have we learned in CDL very rarely do we get surprised right? Very rarely? Are we shocked by outcomes with the CDL this year? That's not a bad thing. But Damn Seattle. They threw it in. I said Seattle might be one of the sleeper teams that could make. Losers out of the two teams that we thought were going to lose which were La. GLADIATORS LAG and. Which is super funny. Given their Elliott. Yup and and Seattle. Said gladiators. That's their overwatch. Watch won't be the last time. I've probably made that mistake a thousand times on the show and you never caught it so. They're purple there. You know you know how it goes For making that clear that's that's really on them. That's not my issue. La was going to be the team I. Thought guerrillas had more of a reason to throw it in just because aches did just recently bail on them pretty much publicly announcing like, yeah we don't stand a chance. So I thought that was the team was going to take it back to the locker room and be like guys. We really don't stand a chance, but they actually performed very well against a optic team that everyone is picking to be the sleeper team. The could've got three hundred though Kenny disconnected in both of those losses you know so For them, that was just a terrible situation that we're past. The point of you know the restart being possible according to the rules which nobody seems to agree with in even myself like both of those cases, it very easily could have been replayed. The score was close enough at the time in some cases even got closer than forty five situation especially on the hard point map where I think optic took the lead for a brief moment there but guerrillas got both of the winds on the backs of of Kenny getting disconnected. So yet theoretically did go to a game five but. I look at that series as it was fairly one sided in my mind. There were moments where guerrillas I thought looked really good but again, it's just so hard to judge either of their wins in both came in forty-five situation. Now, I didn't touch that when it came to betting I'm I'm an odds better image and really the odds weren't that great on either one like I hadn't had little faith in gorillas and it just wasn't worth the risk of losing it but I wanNA talk a little bit about the Kenny situation. So obviously, he had a sub in for game five. Because he he just wasn't confident enough in his Internet connection to survive. Again, because you said, he ended up dropping was it the first to? Map One and map four four. Okay. Anyway. He ended up dropping out of two lagging after I kind of put this on the League's on the League. In the sense of it is twenty twenty you gotTa have a separate client for your pro league for situations like this right and it's kind of the beauty with counterstrike in the sense of like it's very open source in the sense of any tournament organizers say the and it's happened before right? Some connection drop something happens and they need to reset will they kind of just take it to the next the most previous round and they can punch in there okay. What was the economy at whose economy was what? Okay you had this gun aright Pablo Bob Bam. Bam. It's now thirteen to eleven again, restart. I don't understand how the only solution we have four league. And I constantly bring this up because it does set the standard that costs at least like what twenty five Mil to get in the only solution you have to where if someone lags out in a game that's online right and you're in your servers are all over the place is well play ball right it is you play where the ball wise and I just I don't really it's almost like there was I mean obviously there's not a plan B but it's like they never even thought of what do we do right? Yeah like the developers the first to blame in this situation for night giving that ability right like the choose not to they noticed a yearly game maybe it's just extra work whatever. But then the CDL is is just as equally to blame because they need to also understand that those things are not possible. So we need to have rules in place that everybody feels at least most people agree to as being fair you know there are already rules in place prior to the CDL being there in both of those maps would have been replayed in either of those instances but the rule said that the CD Ellis has laid out. Didn't allow that to happen. So you're sitting there watching a four be five. Talk about a newsletter at that point like, yeah you might be rooting for the team with four, but it's so unlikely that it that it happens that it's you know. Throw players. Professionals this isn't some pug that you're playing in. Right. This is these are these are pros. They're not losing a four on five not going to happen.
"gorilla" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Corning has announced what it is calling. Gorilla Glass victis very gladatorial, sounding name, which I guess is the point, because corning says it can resist a six foot drop, and has twice the scratch resistance of the old gorilla glass. According says this is the toughest. It has ever created quoting the verge. It's a little known fact. That coatings gorilla glass hasn't gotten much better at resisting keys and coins, thus scratches since two thousand fourteen gorilla glass three, and is arguably gotten slightly worse sense. Our reporting showed that gorilla glass four actually performed worse than some tests grill glass five was in the middle and gorilla glass six didn't improve any further since corning was more focused on making your phone survive. Survive a nasty tumble instead, but according claims the new victis glass. There's no gorilla glass seven. Just victis can do both drops and scratch resistant simultaneously with no known trade offs. The company says it has twice these scratch resistant gorilla glass, six four times, the resistance of competing glass and a representative victis clad dummy phone can't survive up to a two meter or six and a half foot drop. That drop resistance is nothing to sneeze at. It's a foot and a quarter higher than cording quoted for gorilla glass, six one point, six meters, or five point, two five feet, or the one point, two meters, three point nine feet. The company claimed gorilla glass five was capable of. We've theoretically gone from shoulder height to head height survivability just for years, which is good news. If you ever feel like holding your phone up to your ear, people still do that.
"gorilla" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Cocoa roasted. On. Doing! So social say like flower. Fruit stink and he's others. Fridge magnet. Brines, this is like a thing. She becomes obsessed with Nipples Yeah. I've read about that. Yes, windows this start happening. This is very young. One of the theories on this is that she wasn't breastfed by her mother, and so she's always had this vision with Nipples, and so like Robin Williams eventually goes and visits her talks about how she puts her head under his shirt, and like reaches under his shirt for his nipples as like. Show me your nipples is just like a thing that she's really obsessed with I. Mean Howard Stern does that so? Somehow not news worthy on his cell, and apparently penny asked her once. Like what's your deal? Cocoa like? Why are you so obsessed and cocoa signs nipples nipples just like. She's not on. Coco is Blake link generating endless titled. NIPPLES are nipples by. Michael Cop A Cocoa essentially gets to two. THOUSAND SIGNS YOU'RE GONNA say two thousand nipples and she's probably more than that honestly. I A big thing. Is You want her to have a baby? Because they want to figure out if she'll teach her baby to sign, so they bring in this other chimp named Michael to try to have her meet with, but apparently he's much younger than her, and they don't really get off on the right foot, and so she kind of friend zones him like they just sort of have a brother sister vibe and there's apparently. Taboo among guerrillas. Coco's like I have a personality. Yeah, this guy is not taking my boxes. So that doesn't really work. They bring in another guerrilla called in Dumais from the Cincinnati Zoo. Cocoa chooses and do from like video old video dating websites. They show her all these clips of different guerrillas. So end, do mainly this video. He's like I'm kind of a homebody. Enjoy, a woman who wants to see my nipple? Yes! So they bring it in, but that doesn't really work either I think he's also known her. It just never quite works because he shows up and he's like I. Liked you better on the video chat. Something like an extremely relate to I love how cocoa has the same problem as Janet and the movie singles. Video dating show. Cameron curled content oriented. But despite these troubles, this is win. The cocoa fame goes into overdrive. I love that we're doing this like behind the music of cocoa slake despite her problems with finding a mate. Co took over American culture as success skyrocketed. Don't roast my transitions. How else was I going to get out of that? That's my only. Know. Feels like an episode of biography. That's all I got these two things adjacent in my notes. That was the only way I could go from one to the other. It's like Reading Coal Miner's daughter by Loretta Lynn. You're like wow, like at the same moment that their personal struggles. He's like topping the. So what happens is in one thousand nine hundred eighty s on the cover of National Geographic I. Think I have that issue of National Geographic actually. Do you remember what it would? It shows I believe it was her in all ball That's the second cover. Oh, that's her second cover. I don't know what her I cover. As it's very interesting, it's a photo of her taking a photo of herself. It's like what we would now understand is like a mirror bathroom selfie. She's holding. Her face and like taking a photo, and so when the vokes this image that is very important to a lot of the rhetoric that at the time that like she is regarding herself. She's looking at herself..
"gorilla" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Over the course of seventeen months the gorilla man Earl Nelson Eh traveled across the entire United States and murdered nineteen women and one infant child. The nation was locked in a state date of perpetual fear as strangled. Women were being found at an alarming rate. All throughout the country to the public. Earl seemed almost unstoppable possible. He could kill at anytime and evade the police in any city leaving no leads behind. He was a boogeyman to the average American. A terror terror in the night yet even though the people thought earl was uncatchable earl felt differently everywhere he went he read constant newspaper stories stories about his killings while the people thought they could not escape from him earl felt like he could not escape from their gays and kill and peace To Earl it felt like the entirety of the American police force was after him. It was simply too much pressure. As he believed he could be caught at any moment as a result. Bolt Earl decided to flee the state's entirely. He headed north to Canada. After crossing the boarder he made his way to Winnipeg Manitoba Arriving on June eighth nineteen twenty seven looking for a place to stay earl charmed his way into a boarding house. Run by a woman named Catherine Hill. He gave her a fake name. Pedra dollar as a deposit and promised to get her three more dollars by the end of the week unfortunately he gave Catherine Hill something much worse instead on that same day a fourteen year. Old Girl named Lola. Lola Cohen was walking down the street selling paper flowers door to door. Perhaps she knocked on Catherine's door and earl answered or perhaps earl met later on the street and asked her to return to his room with him. Whatever the case earl got lola into his room alone and in typical gorilla Willemin fashion? He strangled her with his bare hands. Hid Lola's body underneath his bed then then went to sleep in the morning. He left the boardinghouse logging his bedroom door behind him. He began to wander the streets of Winnipeg looking king for his next victim. He found her that very same afternoon. Emily Patterson was inside her home cleaning when Earl Nelson spotted her through the window. Unlike most girls victims emily was not a landlady. Nobody knows how earl- got inside aside the Patterson home but once he did he strangled emily. He then violated her body and stuffed her corpse beneath her bed. Aw Earl stole one of Emily's husband suits seventy dollars in cash and emily's golden wedding ring. He left the house shortly. After and began wandering laundering. Winnipeg once more. When Emily's husband William returned home that evening he was wrought with worry? His his wife was nowhere to be found after several hours of searching William finally decided to turn in for the night. He knelt down beside his bed at eleven thirty PM Liam and prayed to God asking that he helped him find his wife once he finished praying. He stood his leg caught the sheets that covered the side head of the bed as the sheets lifted. He caught a glimpse of his wife's sweater underneath. He knelt down once more to see the horrific side fight of his wife. Brutalized violated and dead. William contacted the Winnipeg police as he described the crime to the police. They immediately immediately knew who had committed it. Tales of earls. Horrific crimes had traveled all the way to Canada long before he himself had actually arrived the stories of a roving killer where the first of their kind and the spooky nature of a murderous drifter fascinated the public even internationally using a description of earl from American newspapers. The police set out to find him by speaking to shopkeepers. Passerby in the area. They traced earls movements movements back to Catherine Hills boarding house when they told her about the man they were after. She initially didn't believe that the charming Christian man she had allowed into her. The home was a killer yet when they checked earls room they found fourteen year old. Lola Cohen's corpse rotting underneath his bed with the guerrilla man's identity confirmed and his alias discovered the Winnipeg police acted fast. They sent word out to the public warning them about a dangerous American loose in their province. People sent in tip after tip effectively tracking earls movements for the police. The police recovered or oh five miles north of the Canada. US Border Earl. Al- surrendered to the mounties using a fake name and complied with their every request. They initially doubted that they had captured. The right man as earl was so cooperative however his first night in jail he picked. The door was cell and escaped into the darkness. The police found him the next day and his escape had proved his true identity to the police beyond all reasonable doubt. They had finally captured the gorilla man himself so as the Canadian police began to question Earl. They allowed officers from all over the US to interrogate him as well. Well officers from California Oregon Washington State Iowa Missouri Pennsylvania and so on connected earl to their various areas unsolved murder cases through I witnesses and objects earl had stolen from crime scenes. The police suspected earls involvement in twenty twenty nine murders but earl denied his involvement in each and every one the end the evidence against him was enough to declare him guilty of twenty two the killings however. The Canadian courts only prosecuted him for the murders of Lola Cohen and Emily Patterson because they were the only two murders that had occurred occurred within Canada's borders. They declared him guilty of first degree murder in both cases and sentenced him to death by hanging coming in the. US law enforcement was satisfied with earls Canadian trials and left him to the justice of the north. After all a criminal the middle could not be killed twice at. He had already received the death sentence. On Friday January Worry Thirteenth Nineteen Twenty eight thirty year old Earl Nelson was led to the gallows. They allowed him to speak his last words. Aw he cried. I'm innocent. I stand innocent before God and Man I forgive those who have wronged me and ask forgiveness of those high of injured injured. God have mercy. They placed the rope around. His neck led him to the platform and at seven thirty. Am they pull the lever. earls neck broke rendering him unconscious as he hung from the rope. It's squeezed the air from his lungs than a poetic twist of fate. The gorilla man died in much the same way as his victims. Over the course of seventeen months Earl Nelson murdered at least twenty one women and one an eight month old child. He was the most prolific serial sex killer in American history until the crimes of Dean Coral were discovered in nineteen seventy seventy three. Nearly fifty years later Earl Nelson was also the first American serial killer to get widespread public doc and press attention his crimes and the terror they struck in the hearts of the American people. Were only the first of a dark and awful pattern Toco as such earl Nelson is credited with igniting. The American fascination with the serial sex murderer earls killing spree even Vinh inspired and Alfred Hitchcock Film titled Shadow of a Doubt Hitchcock's personal favorite of all of his films earls mark on American pop culture culture was deep and profound and while the gorilla man may be dead and gone his dark and awful legacy lives.
"gorilla" Discussed on Serial Killers
"The withers family has fallen on hard times. They decide to rent out a vacant room to make ends meet. They OUTTA withers puts a sign in the window as her husband goes to work. She doesn't expect any inquiries so soon but only a few hours into the day she she hears a knock. She answers the door to see a large man grinning. At her he holds a worn out Bible in his large hands. And he talks hawks quickly but confidently. He's interested in the room Betas nervous but he seems trustworthy. Only a good man would be carrying the good book. She welcomes him in and shows him around halfway through the tour. He asks her question. Is that a water stain on the ceiling. They added doesn't remember water stain on the ceiling. She looks up searching but all she finds is pain. The the man wraps his massive hands around her exposed neck squeezing the life from her body she looks at once. Charming is now cold old emotionless. He reminds her of an eight best. Chill terrify she is one of many victims of Earl Leonard Nelson Nelson the dark strangler. The gorilla killer. Hi I'm Greg Poulsen. This is serial killers. Apar- cast original off every Monday. We dive into the minds of madness of serial killers today. We're discussing the early life of Earl Nelson Bowman infamously known as the guerrilla killer. I'm here with my co host minister. Richardson Hi everyone. You can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcasts. Originals for free on spotify OUGHTA FI or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram at podcast and twitter. Ah podcast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help this week recovering covering the early life and I attack of the guerrilla killer Pearl Nelson reputed to have abnormally long arms and unusually large hands. This Earl Nelson roamed the United States and Canada strangling unsuspecting landladies in their own homes. During the seventeen months. When Erle roamed the North American countryside he managed to slaughter at least twenty one women and one infant boy next week? We'll cover this series of killings that made him one of the most prolific murderers of the early twenty first century..
"gorilla" Discussed on Bodega Boys
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"gorilla" Discussed on Bodega Boys
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"gorilla" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Him to gorilla monsoon will live forever in the wrestling business. But most importantly and our memories, and it's pretty cool that everywhere in wrestling. Now, they refer to a certain spot of the arena as the gorilla position. What What a legacy. legacy? Hey left. Yeah. And you talk about that Conrad. I remember because I done it for so long one day. The the crew guys put said grill position, they put the love physician, and I went ballistic that will never be anything else, but the drill position, and I hope that that legacy lives on and on forever and ever. And I, you know, WCW call go position when I went to TNA I made at the grill position. And. Yeah by God. That's the grill position. It will be forever. Absolutely will. And we thank everybody for joining us today on a pretty emotional gorilla. Monsoon tribute episode gone, but not forgotten. Hopefully, you guys enjoyed today's show. If you've got some questions, we love to answer them for you later this week on patriotic pro Tom to wrap it up now. But joined Bruce and ask them some questions about his favorite, Gino memories are on our Facebook Facebook dot com forward slash something..
"gorilla" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"But health concerns would force them to relinquish the role in summer of ninety seven and said of naming a replacement you guys decide to retire the role of president and then introduce ours and slaughter instead as the WWF Commissioner in August ninety seven so your last on air, president was gorilla monsoon, which is pretty cool. Little thing of note. What was going on with gorilla in summer of ninety seven when he needed to take a break, you know, win. Gorilla Sanjoy Morella passed away in a horrible car accident. Yeah. I guess we should touch on that, you know. I was going to save it for the because I thought you might give upset, but we'll just do it will. Guerillas son is referee Joey Morella who many of us. Remember, you know from the early day. I remember like yesterday in wrestlemainia six I don't know why that sticks out so much. But I think a lot of people don't know the the true nature of their relationship. Joey passed away in a car accident on the fourth of July nineteen ninety four and can't imagine how hard that must have been tell everybody about Joe in gorillas real life relationship, and then talk a little bit about the car accident. And how you heard about it and found out about it. And how company came to know about it. And most importantly, how it affected guerrilla? Well, Joey was gino's wife, marines, son and guerrilla adopted him after he Maureen were married so gorilla raise Joey as his son. They were you know, they were very close. Joey had. Great college baseball career could've gone pro and is fucked around and fucked up his shoulder and couldn't do it. So he he ended up in the wrestling end of things as referee. So. Now, we just done on the beach of think ocean city some like that or maybe I don't I really don't all remember as Shane McMahon. We we left television. We drove back to Connecticut. We got back into Connecticut about five o'clock in the morning. And I went home dropped we went to the office and cars, I went home by the time. I got home Shane called me. This is a Gus bad news. What's added? He says. Joey is gone. So Joey what what are you talking about ISIS? Joe Morelli is gone. Is in a car accident and we lost him. Just in Joey was the last person that we said goodbye to you know, the end of the night. Raise their just, you know, he's. Say your goodbyes and and. That's how I found out. It was. As shits. I. Called gorilla. All this is now I'm probably six clock in the morning. Now, call gorilla he answered. Was mass. Shall I love him? And you know, sorry. He. The God, you know, it just he was so young. I it was just so sad. Those are the dangers of the road. You know, it's. I just sucks, but that that moment that moment changed Gino going forward. There was such a big part of him that was missing going forward. And I think that a lot of the. The mental health. Of Bob Morella, a big piece of him died the day Joey died. I don't know that you know, that it just it just was missing. It was just it just was missing. At the funeral. He just didn't want us to leave. We all went over to the house afterwards and..
"gorilla" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Tom. Wrestling co host Bobby Heenan, what did you like better gorilla? I'm Bobby ORR gorilla and Jesse take grill and Bobby everyday twice on Sunday. They. Had a genuine love for one another Bobby so grey and monsoon it was it was easy in monsoon took that stereotypical baby. Face play by play role in Bobby took to that weasel. They were just great fodder for one another and nobody ever took anything personal. They never rehearsed a thing. It was just like, okay. What do you won't talk about? I don't know. What do you wanna talk about? And they would go. It was kind of like you. And I we don't talk about ship before we go on the air. We just go. That's the way that the grill and Bobby were I would give them a run sheet. I would give them ideas. Here's what we're going into what we're coming out of hit this hit that they figured out everything else. So as far as producing gorilla and Bobby day off is all had to do was format. I didn't really have to produce them that much. Let's talk a little bit about you know, what changed if anything between. Guerillas relationship with vents as time went on was he, you know, people often talk about the undertake your lie. He sort of the locker room later was guerrilla sort of. I don't know a Lieutenant or was he more one of the boys and did that ever change. Well, when Vince started his expansion guerrilla a lot of times was the first guy that he would send in if there was ever any thought of this may go awry or somebody may want to not do business or it could be iffy. You sent monsoon it was no nonsense. He would take care of whatever problem that there was and there would never really be an issue. So there was a huge trust factor there with Vincent gorilla in that. He was very comfortable with monsoon being that guy and being the face of the company a lot of times out on the road and monsoon didn't take shit from anybody. And I don't know that anybody ever ever would have even considered trying him either. But he had that reputation h just had that presence. You know, what I mean, you know, he walks into a room he owned the room. And there was a respect there that no. One. I never saw anybody disrespect on soon or be an asshole to him in in any way, shape or form. He just command that kind of respect with people, and he did it in a classy way by showing respect to people. Can you give me an example of guerrillas leadership? Well, I think that the. Boy the best way to do. It is when grill came down for Houston. The first time that I worked with guerrilla, okay grill. Vincent guerrilla down to check out. What we had there in Houston and give his report in his suggestions. So monsoon knew that I was the liaison and we worked together. But when it came time for even even Paul Bosch. When it came time for that show monsoon just took over in a way that nobody was going to dispute it Randy savage, one of the funniest things. Randy savage was working with honky tonk, man and monsoon is laying out the match and it wasn't well by blow. But he he says it goes, Iran. He goes, then you make your comeback. Why don't you hit him with a couple of drop kicks and savage is gonna happen. I don't drop kick a hit him with the no bones. Great. Randy. You do what you you know? But it was monsoon just took over. So you think about that?.
"gorilla" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Let's talk about the stock here. Because Meltzer would ROY Morello was eventually bought out by Vincent man, junior in hundred ninety two and attorney he got a ten year contract which gave him an announcing job in one and a half times. Preliminary money on every WB of house show, even though he'd never had to leave his home, which turned out to be a very lucrative deal. When the WWF was running close to one thousand shows per year, if you figure preliminary wrestlers in that era were doing two thousand dollars a week figure one and a half times that multiplied by three house shows tonight, and he realized that he had huge money years after selling the company when titan flourished, and it's eight heyday. Wow, that's a lot of money. Gorilla did berry berry. Well wrestling was berry berry good to him. Yeah. Mince, you know, little man asked him take care of a gorilla in Arne. Now, you know, they weren't staying home. They were they were on the road. They were working as road agents during that time and they worked hard, and they traveled an awful lot. But in here was the thing about traveling with gorilla monsoon lotta guys will go in to the town. And the boys are going to go on they're to want to go work out eat somewhere and get to the building. And then find the bar at night and drank all night and wake up the next morning. Go to the next town monsoon would look up. You didn't have internet. You didn't have all that crap. Then but monsoon would look into research on every city. He would go to what what were the hot spots. What were the things that made that city unique in as soon as guerrilla will get into town. He would go and investigate. He would. When he came to Houston. He went to in Houston at the time had this large pottery. Store in Pasadena, Texas, and as soon as grill gots down and called me and says, okay, come pick me out. We're going to go to this place in Pasadena, Texas. I want to get some pottery. And he walked around for two hours, just buying shit and had its clay pots. Sent back to New Jersey. He was crazy. But he go to San Diego monsoon went to SeaWorld. So he he enjoyed his time on the road made the most out of it. But I think after a while took its toll, and when he started doing a lot of the announcing and hosting the television shows for cable, that's when he started to slow down. But he still was going out and making the major towns and and doing a lot of footwork for Vince. Still an incredible amount of money in eighty five. He starts to announce and is doing it with Jesse Ventura. And this is probably the first time. I mean, I don't not maybe not..
"gorilla" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"And in a weird way. I mean, he became the biggest icon in sports and entertainment. I mean, he's the absolute biggest than the idea that. Gorilla wants twirled around in an airplane span is pretty remarkable. They had a program you you're probably too young to remember remember wide world of sports. Yeah. Yeah. So the wide world of sports was on Saturday afternoon on ABC Howard Cosell was the sports sports guy for ABC. He did Monday night football. He did all the boxing events. You didn't have pay per view in the seventies. Very little closed-circuit even were few and far between. So when there were big boxing matches and Ali would defend these were all recorded to be shown on Saturday afternoon usually about three weeks after the fight. And that was appointment television. You ever you knew the outcome. But you wanted to see the fight. So this was another way you used ALI'S. Name and anything that Ali did got media got attention. So this was a way to promote the Okie fight. And if something got. Done Dolly that was big news. And it was reported everywhere in everybody knew about it. Well, because it's it's you know, I traditional I mean, even back, then even though a lot of people still believed a certain part of the audience, maybe thought wrestling was different. But a a, quote unquote, real athlete like Muhammad Ali would have everybody talking. I think everybody's gonna be talking after tonight come hell or high water because Tom Lawlor former UFC fighter is going to be right here in Atlanta wearing it out and Penelope Ford's their eighty Kingston, Simon grim. But I think the main event is Pentagon and Ray Phoenix taken on Christopher Daniels for kazarian, invest, a you. And a little prick in J F is there and hopefully Scorpio sky beat the shit out of him. Tickets are on sale now at a vent bright just look up come hell or high water. I wanna mention glacier. The fuck and the day is this real life fattening tonight in Atlanta. So you there in event Brian come hell or high water. Let's talk a little bit about. The guerrilla position. And how that position came to be and how why was name that. And what guerrillas role was back then because the position in its responsibilities of certainly a change as technology has changed in the business has changed. How did you hear that? I came to be and was that what it was called in Texas when you're breaking inner was always a New York phrase. It was in New York phrase. In mid south. It was the cue, man. I was Q man. A lotta times in Houston Paul would queue guys from ringside while he did commentary in mid south for television. I would sit ringside, and I would give the queues at ringside. So the grill position was a little bit different in New York in that. It was the last bastion. That the talent right before they went out. So the the curtains right there right before you went out, there was gorilla monsoon at the table telling you, okay? You got five minutes. Gone out. If you go over I'm going to kill you. If you look back on some old shows from the capitol wrestling days, you can actually see guerrilla when guys would go over there time walk to the ring. Slap. The Matt in yell at the guys with the stop watch around his neck, and you'd see gorilla monsoon in the middle of the match Yellen..
"gorilla" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"But I wonder if there's a correlation between people who fail to see the gorilla suit in the experiment and people who are actually better at focusing on work projects in relationships and other meaningful pursuits while blocking out the constant chess, beating distractions coming at them through their connected devices are people who fail to see the gorilla in general people who are also better at focusing their attention on what they want. You know, it'd be an interesting spin on the study for sure, and another great excuse for for research facility to purchase a nice gorilla. Custom. Yes, really. It's big grill costume that's benefited from all of this work. If somebody does one of these studies again, I don't want just a regular gorilla suit. I want the full robot monster suit from the moving robot monster. So it's the gorilla suit on bottom, but the fishbowl thing on top. Okay. Or maybe maybe they could mix it up with pink or white gorilla custom there. Multiple ways you could go with this. So, yeah, I guess at the end here I'm still wondering if our. Our way of thinking about perception and seeing an attention is is really hurt by this concept of obviousness. If we if we need to realize the flaws and the very idea of thing being obvious will. Yeah, you can certainly argue that it does. And one person who would agree with you would have agreed with you is a German philosopher. Edmund hustle who lived a eighteen fifty nine through nineteen thirty eight. Okay. Well, what was who Searle's idea? All right. So basically like here's a question, what what is the opposite of obviousness thing being unexpected or hidden? Well, you could argue that it's astonishment and that's that's kind of that's kind of what an outrageous over statement of the obvious attempts to do right. Take the obvious and make it astonishing. Okay, times it works and sometimes it it falls flat. And generally that's why one might discourage it is that it might fall flat, but what's so great about astonishment. Well, it's not the invisible gorilla, but the. Grill made whole. It's the unavoidable guerrilla. It is the gorilla itself. It is to not only see the gorilla, but to be hold the gorilla in be changed by the experience. Okay. And in this we touch on the realm of phenomenology, okay, a philosophical approach that concentrates on the study of consciousness and the objects of direct experience, and it is largely of the early twentieth century work of Edmund hustle. Okay. So taking up the the banner of pheonomenon legiti you could argue that the only true way of knowing something is through astonishment. Every other form of knowing is based upon preconceived notions, worldview accepted facts or assignments given to you before washing YouTube video. That sort of thing to experience astonishment is to experience the thing in absence of all of this free from the shackles of reason and language, and even scientific reason. And as such a hustle outlined a process. Yes, called defend illogical reduction a meditative practice by which one liberates oneself from the obvious. And then this would arguable allow us to view the world as a quote world of essences free from any contamination. I feel like I'm detecting a sort of connection that who Searle is making between the idea of obviousness and the idea of like the known, yeah, known obvious versus astonishment is like known versus unknown. Yeah, in our our tendency to perhaps perceive the known as not even perceived the number to sort of discount the known like the known is established ground and we don't think about the ground. We're standing on a unless, you know we're high or we really stopped to think about the ground if someone says, whoa, stop what you're doing. Look at the ground and really think about what you're standing on. It also brings to mind the Hindu concept of the ultimate underlying reality of Brahman. Which we've touched on the show before, you know, this is what it gets into kind of religious territory..
"gorilla" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Think they are and that we're guided by bias, and we've got blindness, all kinds of things and filling takes issue with this. Not arguing that the findings of the intentional blindness studies are wrong. He accepts them, but he, he thinks that they tell us something quite different about our brains than people usually think so considered the original invisible gorilla. Perriman you're picturing this video in your mind, you got to teams of players wearing different colored shirts. They move around passing a ball within their own team, and then you've got subjects who are asked to count the number of passes made by players on the white team with the ball. And then in the middle of the video, you've got the gorilla comes in in the middle of the game beats his chest, walks back off screen. And in many orient some cases, most most cases, observers failed to see the gorilla a remember that the point of the experiment is not that people in gorilla suits or difficult to spot. It's that we don't notice things that seem completely obvious right in the middle of visual field win. Our attention is closely occupied on another task. Like counting basketball passes in a chaotic scene. So imagine you were asked to watch the clip without being given any instructions about what to pay attention to do you think you'd see the see the gorilla Robert? Yes, yeah, I absolutely think I would. I mean, it's clear that what prevents. Us from seeing it is the close attention. We're paying to the ball and trying to count, you know, manage all of that visual information and manage memory at the same time. It's our attention on this one isolated element that makes guerrilla invisible. And if you weren't doing that, it would definitely stand out and filling asks, what might you describe noticing in the scene? If you hadn't been given any instructions, you might say, two teams passing basketballs. You might be able to report what the teams shirts were, but but he points out that they're actually tons of details about the scene which are in fact completely quote, obvious, meaning there in plain view. There's nothing that obstructs at all, and you could point out these details if you'd been asked to look for them, but which you would almost definitely not be able to point out unless you've been asked to look for them, like what were the hair colors of all the players? How many steps did the players take? What color was the floor. For how many basketball passes were there by both teams combined, all of this information is completely evident. There's nothing that obstructs it from our view, and yet it doesn't surprise us that people would fail to notice these things in the experiment missing the gorilla only surprises us because we instinctually assume that a person in a gorilla suit walking in front of our eyes is something we should happen to notice unprompted and we don't understand why we didn't and filling calls this. The fallacy of obviousness quote, there's a fallacy of obviousness because all kinds of things are readily evident in the clip, but missing any one of these things isn't a basis for saying that humans are blind. The experiment is set up in such a way that people miss the gorilla because they are distracted by counting. Basketball passes preoccupied with the task of counting missing the guerrillas hardly surprising. In retrospect, the gorilla is prominent and obvious. So why is it surprising to miss the gorilla it? It's. Kinda hard to put into rigorous terms, isn't it? Like what it is about the gorilla? The makes that something we think we should have noticed as opposed to any of the other myriad facts about the visual character of the video, right? The gorilla is fun. The this, this whole video isn't is an utter bore except for the presence of a gorilla suit, right. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean, that's a hard that seems. So again, that fact about what makes the girl obvious seems obvious to us, but imagine you were programming a computer to say, watch this video and tell me anything interesting that happened in it. Would it notice the gorilla? I kinda doubt it right. I don't know. It's it's the most interesting thing about the video though. It's I feel like the the, I feel like a computer would pick up on the grill, its presence, it's front and center. How would it know the guerrilla was interesting is just another mass of colors moving on the screen..
"gorilla" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Gorilla glass way aksener he's a member lau yeah no tending now iheartradio fleiss tucker in here is nice because it formed leading no happen on newsradio 1410 wdov ten wdov chevrolet six seven three three seven hundred this triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred let's go to jeff in oregon hijacked you're on ground zero leak aims that yeah hey we're listen to you all the time so it's great to be on the air and he'd animal you go ahead yeah hey so we were i was with my wife legacy when the shooting happened we went down for herbert and we're santhia ballet's hotel then we were luckily we were not on this trip when it took place we ended up being done on fremont and the point of the story that it wanted to make was uh when we get back to our hotel you could he from bali hotel which is pretty far away from mgm grand bird from the uh mental at bay even see the window shut out from our hotel room and it was pretty obvious from most of the strip but when we went and started watching the video of the incident and all of that stuff it's not obvious that the windows are shut out at mando obey so it just seemed on and off so is wondering if you had to take on that i i wouldn't really i would take on that day until i can get more information every thing about it is strange what we are finding go as refining names and addresses in places and businesses and things that he was associated with as a matter of fact as i said earlier uh you know the value of a lotta fewer comparing him to bury seal which of course he flew drugs an amoco to the contras that's what we have a chip tatum on because he knew berry uh but i think we're finding out something else is a little darker that i may relate in the next hour but i don't know anything about the window situation the idea here is that i i stumbled upon and address and i'm trying to get some information on it but i'm getting the feeling that may be the reason why we're not hearing more about steven paddock is that his planes were.