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"Signs calling for freedom and the truth. Police made several arrests after crowds break through barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants. The protest comes as Covid 19 case numbers in the states are rising rapidly with over 150 new infections in 24 hours, the health minister of New South Wales state Brad Hazzard says the lockdown is necessary. It's telling us is we have a continuing and growing problem, Greater Sydney has been locked down for the past four weeks, with residents only able to leave home with a reasonable excuse. New South Wales police said it recognized and supported the rights of free speech and peaceful assembly, but the protest was a breach of public health orders. I'm Karen Shamas 80 news. I'm Jackie Quinn. The US government's buying 200 million more doses of the Pfizer Corona vaccine to prepare for possible boosters and shots for kids under age 12. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the Biden administration wants to have maximum flexibility to address changing conditions and it's going to prepare for every contingency. There's been a grim pronouncement in South Florida. The search for victims of the high rise condo collapse has ended after a month. Task force leader Scott Dean tells w P l G Providing closure to families was the ultimate test of everybody here. And I think we did our best to do that to make sure that everybody knew that would that we were in it 1000% to.
Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge
"Of demonstrators took to the streets in Sydney and around Australia to protest lockdown restrictions amid another surge in cases, the unmasked, protesters chanted as they marched, carrying signs calling for freedom and the truth. Police made several arrests after crowds break through barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants. The protest comes as Covid 19 case numbers in the states are rising rapidly with over 150 new infections in 24 hours, the health minister of New South Wales state Brad Hazzard says the lockdown is necessary. What it's telling us is we have a continuing and growing problem. Greater Sydney has been locked down for the past four weeks, with residents only able to leave home with a reasonable excuse. New South Wales police said it recognized and supported the rights of free speech and peaceful assembly. But the protest was a breach of public health orders.
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"State. Many of those who were rescued was stranded on rooftops and even on top of buses on highways more than 30. People were missing after landslides. Dozens were also killed in Satara district has houses collapse was swept away by rushing floodwaters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was anguished by the loss of lives. Disasters caused by landslides and flooding are common in India during the June September monsoon season, when heavy rains weakened the foundations of structures that are often poorly built. I'm Karen Shamas. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Sydney and around Australia to protest lockdown restrictions. Amid another surge in cases, Myanmar's protesters chanted as they marched, carrying signs calling for freedom and the truth. Police made several arrests after crowds break through barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants. The protest comes as Covid 19 case numbers in the states are rising rapidly with over 150 new infections in 24 hours, the health minister of New South Wales state Brad Hazzard.
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"With a higher degree of protection. But if you're not vaccinated, you are not protected. Many leaders are pushing vaccination campaigns, especially in states, where rates are low. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey had this response when asked about the possible need for new mask orders earlier this week. I want folks get vaccinated, that's to kill. That prevents everything. Why we want to mess around with just temporary stuff. She spoke to ABC 33 40. W. B M. A in Birmingham and Associated Press NRC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll suggests most Americans who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid 19 are not likely to get the shots at all. Emily Swanson is the director of a peace public opinion research. Young adults are still less likely than older adults to say that they will get vaccinated. Some of those young adults still just think this is Isn't a major risk for me. White House press secretary Jen Psaki, that is not accurate. You can get very sick. You can die from the virus. You can also make your grandparents sick and your parents sick. The NFL has warned teams they could forfeit games. If there are covid outbreaks involving unvaccinated players, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelsey. I feel more comfortable getting the vaccine knowing that it helps fight away this deadly disease. I would suggest that everybody gets it. Kelsey says he's not going to question people who refused to get vaccinated. But your actions can affect a large group of people in the building that you work in. The NFL says 80% of its players are in the process of getting vaccinated and nine teams have 90% or more. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Over 100 People have died after heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding in western India, whilst more than 1000 people trapped by floodwaters were rescued over 50 died from flooding in western Maharashtra state. Many of those who are rescued was stranded on rooftops and even on top of buses on highways more than 30. People were missing after landslides. Dozens were also killed in Satara district has houses collapsed, was swept away by rushing floodwaters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was anguished by the loss of lives. Disasters caused by landslides and flooding are common in India during the June September monsoon season, when heavy rains weakened the foundations of structures that are often poorly built. I'm Karen Shamas. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Sydney and around Australia to protest lockdown restrictions. Amid another surge in cases, Myanmar's protesters chanted as they marched, carrying signs calling for freedom and the truth. Police made several arrests after crowds break through barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants. The protest comes as Covid 19 case numbers in the states are rising rapidly with over 150 new infections in 24 hours, the health minister of New South Wales state Brad Hazzard says the lockdown is necessary. It's telling us is we have a continuing and growing problem, Greater Sydney has been locked down for the past four weeks, with residents only able to leave home with a reasonable excuse. New South Wales police said it recognized and supported the rights of free speech and peaceful assembly. But the protest was a breach of public health orders. I'm Karen Shamus getting nearer default. I'm Jackie Quinn with an A P news minute Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's notifying members of Congress. She's taking steps to buy time so they can vote on raising the nation's debt limit or enacting another suspension. But soon, she warns the government's nearing an unprecedented default, White House press secretary Jen Psaki responds. We expect Congress to act promptly to raise or suspend the development and protect the full faith and credit of the United States. Stocks Rally to record highs in trading Today the Dow closed over the 35,000 level for the first time families are waiting and wondering about their homes in Alpine County, California, where the Tamarack fire continues to rage. Broke down quite a few times at first, but now it's we just try to Joke about it. The Florida cruise industry has gotten a court reprieve against CDC regulations that would have limited travel because of the pandemic. I'm Jackie Quinn. Grand Carnival is taking over. Kings Dominion on select dates. July 17th through August 1st experience the opening celebration when the parking reps.
"hazzard" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Dirty. I would say they're both at thirty. Wow jazz looking at the site. Because fourteen percent for the critics and forty forty-seven percent for the audience. Really i guess. I'm just plugged into the not looking at it as just a i happen to guests pretty close. I guess i mean that feels about right to me. 'cause you know from a critical standpoint. I can't see any reason why critic would be like. Yeah this was great. But as an audience i could see enough people especially with the box office take. That would be like yeah. It was pretty fun. You know i that. Johnny knoxville funny. So i'll watch it though not loving it. I like don. John axel by his like thing is this. Is this end men in black two things. I've ever seen giant knoxville. And so i'm curious about. I am now since i think. He's capable of more in smokin aces. Johnny knoxville. five point. One on ninety. I could've sworn in something else. That i actually kinda liked him in men in black two. I'm lookin' josh actor. Forty four credits. While ago It was in saudi ugly big trouble men in black to walk and tell dirty shame. Dick's hazard him in there. Okay ringer grand theft. Parsons could've sworn there was something guy saw him in. That wasn't so bad. Did the voice a leonardo for tnt. You might be thinking a last stand. He was the side kicking that with arnold who was big into guns and stuff had the school bus fun movie. It was but anyway. Sorry about the johnny among guy. I don't think i have any more specific complaints. I mean there there was lots of just. I think it was the dukes in particular that annoyed me almost more than anything else. Because both of their characters were super unlikable in very different ways. Does it feel like maybe that there was some tonal issues with okay. The original show was this. And i think as i'm thinking about this and you guys are kind of dissecting it there was some some dissension between are we going full her the comedy or are we going kind of with this kind.
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"Dude i mean mono the characters were not likeable bo and luke in this one were to slapsticky to the dial went from moderately clever too dumb as a brick in they just did not have the. I got a brother. I've never once in my life. Said i'm gonna hit you in the folk the deal get to hit you in the face with the phone. That's that's not a thing brothers. Do lisa you're also you're also not from appalachia. Do they even have phone books out there. Not that big. But but no i watched one i and i did. I hardly laughed at it. This is. This is where i started learning about. Started learning about suzanne's thing with the the duke boys those she's like that is not how sheriff acts that has not yet she starts going on about the cal of the characterization was all wrong and that kind of took me back can wait. Where's this person. What let this person into my house. yeah roscoe was weird too because like they tried to make him intimidating and failed like he was vaguely mean but he wasn't actually scary I mean was pretty close to the original character for the most part And flash the basset hound was adorable. I was glad to see him. So you know it's just that the same flash dole. No no the original flash was much older in this series and this one was much younger. Basset hound but it was still durable. Should up like all dogs. I like dogs. don't suck me saying let's i'm just making fun of basset. Hounds to to get him riled up all right weird hill to die on but okay. That's an easy way to get more worked up. You worked up joel. Basset hound house are dumb. Since your face here we go there just like the like retain water weird flex our buddy comedy than Dukes of hazzard the movie Then they went. Make dukes the beginning. Yeah which is weird that they would cause the movie. I don't think did very well In the box office and they made it. I mean there was granted was a tv movie but to go make a sequel to a movie. That didn't do great to begin with felt a little weird but little strained. Yeah i don't know. I i did feel like it was missing a lot of elements from the original show And i don't know who made that decision or why and i felt. It was a little weird they had you know. Jay directing something that he didn't have any part in writing. It's kevin smith and cop out like hey we got this property. Here's a chance to work with these people..
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"Thing is when you look at black characters in the original in the show they were just people were just like anybody else and these characters made me uncomfortable but think about it back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine didn't have a whole lot of people that acted like that whereas nowadays you do in it's more of a representation of a brighter a wider slice of the cultural pie of america. Now unfortunately when you sign up thing. I'm just saying that when you're talking about atlanta which is a black city to have the only characters that appear being criminals not what the judge was black. You okay right. I stand corrected yet. The there was one positive portrayal was there was nothing i found uncomfortable about him at all. No but the judge was. The judge is back in hazzard county. Though right i mean. I'm i'm not going to say that that. You know a any problematic whatever's but i am going to say that i did not. I did not see any of it as racist. I just thought as these are inner city you to us. I mean i. I didn't. I didn't think they were going all out for some kind of like racist. Take i just think they were. Just you know these are some intercity. Kids will end. There's there's a difference between like making something. That's intentionally racist and being tone deaf and i think this definitely falls into that second category for me is like it wasn't like they were telling jokes meant to make black americans the butt of the joke now. You're certainly right. It wasn't overt. But i found no discomfort with any of the portrayals in the original show where i was expecting to find but they also had very few lines in the first in the show although you would have like When there were henchmen coming in from outta town friends coming in from out of town. Like i think the original kind of had a hippie aesthetic going whereas like the do poise were about fighting the system so they did make an effort like sure..
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"I'm not down on him in necessarily every one of his roles. But i will say the two biggest things at this show. This movie had going for it. Were the car chases and the soundtrack that's car chases were pretty good and the music was exactly what it should be in i. I did think the car chases in the series were as good if not better than in the movie well because they had a lot less safety. That's fair okay. They have less budget. They also had like you say. Probably no insurance. And they're just like whatever the throne other stunt stuntman in there and we broke the last one. Yeah and it was kind of cool at the end win. They showed the outtakes and they showed the car. What happens to the car in real life. Yeah when they lost when the one don't where they jumped from the side of the bridge onto the onto the freeway car loss control and almost jumped into the oncoming lane. Yeah or where it hit it just basically like the whole front end this more or less. Yeah i mean a go ahead john. Sorry no i was just going to say that was kind of neat to see that. Because i've never seen that before so before i launch into particular rant. I wanna hear something from pat because we haven't heard a whole lot from him on this yet. I well first of all just say. I didn't hate this movie like you guys did. I mean it. It wasn't anything like amazing. But i didn't. I had no vitriol towards it. it was. Yeah it was entertaining and it was. It looks pretty and it was. It was the dukes of hazzard. I wasn't expecting a whole lot. I to do it. And that's pretty much. What i got i was i. I wasn't disappointed. That was not expecting anything. You know why you weren't disappointed. Why the reactions difference because we enjoyed the original and you it's a it's a complete flip that we see this as more of enough like an almost like an affront..
"hazzard" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Dukes of hazzard episode ended. So all i ever thought was they got into trouble in. I was like well next week. They got out of somehow. I remember i remember like in this. I remember having a having a lunchbox having the matchbox cars. You know and i. I remember watching it and stuff but like watching it this time. I wasn't really hoping for anything or like scared of anything. Whatever because i really don't have a whole lot of memories of liking or disliking it. I just remember watching it. I guess because. I never got to finish one. It never really sat real hard at my head. So i watched it this time and you know like you guys said it's not the acting is not good. You know the car chases is repetitive. As they are they're they're well done. You know the the whole the stories are very repetitive. I just it's just a. It's just a a show that i've watched before i mean it's real i don't hate it i don't love it. It's just not good enough to like it. It's not bad enough to hate okay. Yeah i'm pretty sure for me. This was a case of my expectations. Were set super low. So when i saw wacky plots involving a armored car heist where boss hogg's trying to burn money and ends up with a bunch of coffins. Some have moonshine in some have money. You it's goofy. But i. My expectations were so low. I found myself grinning throughout the whole thing and this this is kind of reminded me of a lot of like little one shot. Rpg written by somebody. That's not a very good writer is what it felt like you know they. Oh well this week. You're going to be jason moonshine. Oh this week you're getting whatever. I don't know it just seems it. Seems like there was not a lot of thought put into the at all no because they spend all their time trying to find more car ceric. And there's no and there's no clear evidence of that they didn't give a shit about writing by the fact that like you said earlier when they couldn't come up with anything like well. Let's just have a singer coming into a concert. There's no clearer way to say. We don't give a shit about the scripts. They had a formula and the goal was to achieve that formula every week to keep the viewers coming back and boy. There's there's no better way to to achieve great writing than to have a formula. You have to stick to every week right. But that's what i mean that's a show. Is i get that. They were not trying to you. Know be seinfeld or anything they weren't they weren't trying to break any borders or dock down any walls or anything they just we're just going provide entertainment for a bunch of people and if you like it you like it if you don't you don't and i found myself like i didn't love it. I don't know that. I need to watch it again but i found it more enjoyable than i was expecting because i was expecting to go into it and be like man this was. We're on fire. You know. I mean. I i will say that that. A catherine bach looked a lot better than i remember her looking. I knew she was sexy..
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"A matchbox car. You know it's like you can definitely tell. And apparently both bo and luke were like this is ridiculous you know they thought it really hurt the show. I guess which. I suppose it did. If you want to see a car jump off a cliff you want to see a car jumping off a cliff not so yeah anyway. Sorry about that dump. This is the first union for us. No no no not at all. Yeah i think. I had a generally Matchbox car when. I was a kid and i remember watching the show not as much as susie apparently but apparently not i remember watching. You know pretty pretty regularly. I'd say that's that's fair. yeah it was. It was a stupid fun. Yeah i wouldn't definitely like when i was a kid. I was into the show. Not as much as like the a team or even nightrider like years later i went back and watched it. I don't know as early teenager and didn't think too much of it. So i was curious how my perception would have changed again going back to it after not having seen it in probably twenty five years. So what did you think was shocked at. Actually how well it held up. I mean yeah rosco. p coltrane's laugh was annoying shit but like aside from that like the actor was better than i expected. You're only going to pick. His whole character was annoying. Character was annoying. But it's the laugh in particular laughs. The worst part of an awful character correct. Yeah but like the acting and the scripts were better than i thought. It wasn't quite as much catherine bach bacteria as i expected like. There was a lot of that but there was just as many excuses to show. The luke boy is shirtless shirtless or ask shots them in jeans which i thought was strangely progressive for the time. Well i mean they had to get as much as they you know attract much of the audience as they could at the time also if you watch the first five to everything else there is a change in tone if you if you watch the pilot episode. There's there a one scene where they walk into the bar and go looks at daisy and goes viewer. My cousin. i'd marry you and she's like. When does that stopped anybody in our family the They cut those jokes and that sort of stuff out after the fifth episode now why timid i went down from rabbit hole on this one. They changed the time slot. They the first five episodes were on at the nine o'clock hour after that they moved into eight o'clock which is considered the family hour so they had to turn down all the jokes at the turn down. Yeah the incense jokes and that sort of thing so outside of those five you know the rest of them were a lot more family friendly than you'd expect from view the first couple ones i. I'm telling you..
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"So this stars. In order of episodes kevin bach is daisy duke jennifer bio pile. Wow jennifer pile jennifer piles. I had jennifer piles once. Doctor gave me shot went away. Denver piles uncle. Jesse sorrel book as boss hogg waylon jennings as the bala. Dear cooder is ben jones. James best is sheriff. Rosco coltrane kicking. kiki tom o. Pat as luke duke and john schneider as beaudu Going from like daisy dukes. One hundred and forty six episode. There's a chunk missing because they for that amount of time also sunny shorter as ns rehearses cletus and byron cherry as koidu in christopher maher as vance duke for nineteen episodes pace of fake champs. So so what that means is. There's an episode. Where all four. The duke boys were in the episode together. I don't know if i don't know if i put there's a lot of wackadoo trivia on this one but if it's if they they were in the same show but the koi advanced duke were gone before the first commercial break. Coy and vance went back to their home planet. Yeah pretty much home. Planet needs me. Yeah they were before the first the first commercial break on that show and then do vote to call took over after that and they had to go. Assist secretive is what with my. Name's vance duke in iraq. The chilly so here we go a lot of cars. Believe it or not. We're crash during production. Replacing the police cars was easy. But the general lee was much harder because dodge stopped making the charger got to the point. That if producers saw charger on the street they would approach the owner and offer to buy it on the spot. all right. yeah because you could see in a couple of episodes that they totalled that thing on jumps like when they land. You're gonna see the front crumple. Well sure the production of the show made that car more rare just in general by reducing the supply. Oh and here's some more weirdness. On this one. I watched in going down this rabbit hole. I watched a video of the top. Ten questions asked to john schneider about the dukes of hazzard rabbit hole. I demanded i go down a rabbit hole. They asked him about jumping the general lee and his estimate. The thing is he's all outside of two times. There's only twice that they remember..
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"I would put on a show. And she's like. Oh yeah this is the one where blah blah blah and blah mike. How do you know this yeah. That's odd yeah. Not what i was expecting at all. I've learned something about tuesday. I'm that i you and me both brother but we just got the information a lot earlier than i guess. Well yeah so was actually based off a movie. This is where i went Because when i saw some notes. I pulled up the page. I'm a little like flummoxed. By i know nineteen seventy five film called moon. Runners created by guy guy. Waldron along with ex moonshine. Owner jerry rushing Here is the imdb. Grady and bobby. Lee run moonshine for uncle uncle jesse. Who prides himself in his old school moon shining methods and refuses to buckle into the big business. Moonshine of jake. Who controls these parts for new york. Mobsters starring james mitchum robertson roberts kid and if you look at the if you had seen the cover of this movie poster for this movie in passing you be like oh my god. They made a dukes of hazzard movie in the seventies but Yeah that's what this is. Based off of really i'm kinda wishing we would have watched this versus the movie but then it wouldn't have made as much sense kind but either way off. Now that's true. So essentially this was a comedy he was cruder than show was This dukes of hazzard had tons of guest stars that showed up on the on the run of seven seasons including such people as clancy brown back in the early eighties. Jonathan frakes waylon jennings eventually showed up loretta. Lynn also is on there. John matuzek richard mall. Roy orbison johnny paycheck and more gerald gerald mcrainey. Yeah i thought that was the was. The narrator was eventually showed up on the amish show orson in person. Yeah okay. that was what was throwing me. Jeanie frikkie you've got dean dick sargent on here. Speaking of our bewitched showy did yeah. There's going it doesn't it doesn't even have like What's your face roz. Kelly who played picky tuscano. She was in this. Like i said amuse small. She was in this or lil. She might have been in there. These are i think these are people that are only on their once whereas little cousin i think they were only on their wants to. I don't guess. I'll i guess i'll have to check with my wife and is rushed kelly. I page ernie hudson. Yep oh wow. That's funny mc gainey because he's he's in the now i didn't realize that. Yeah there's a lot of a lot of people lined up to be on this show and they also had a also had a moment of the in season to where they had these speed trap performer of the week. Type thing where when they didn't when they didn't have enough plot on the dukes of hazzard to fill a whole thirty minute slot they would get a performer to be on the show and the whole thing was boss. Hogg would find out that they were coming through hazard. County go to their concert. Drop all the speed limits all over the place pull over and then be like oh if you do performance we'll get rid of this ticket for you and they go to the The horace bar horse barn worst fourth for a worse bar floors bar the boar's nest and they will do performance at the end of the show so that was a that was the thing they had gone on..
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"I hate the workweek song songs about right. Yeah so yeah. It's shooting dark plates in nineteen seventy nine. Yep wild all right moving onto movies. The number one movie in the land was superman. Starring christopher reeves marlon brando margot kidder. Gene hackman and terence stamp among others. But no richard pryor not yet. Oh yeah that's not the. This was the only good superman. I think it would. You is okay to was okay. Quest per feet quest for ps question quest for peace. I'm superman do you have any ps go barca. I say carrots. I would say superman was an okay movie but this superman this first one. The only good superman movie ever made I i liked the the brandon rows soothe their south or whatever yeah horrid i mean it wasn't batman versus superman bad but it was it would have been it would have been much better movie of kate. Bosworth had been replaced. But i didn't think it was bad on you know. I thought she was the worst part of it. I think i'm with josh on this one. I really liked the plane in the in the baseball field seeing the opening scene. Okay all right. All right yeah. I'm afraid i'm with josh. Somebody says superman. The first person that pops in my head one hundred percents christopher reeves and only good superman stories to tell although alternate continuities red sun or i was just thinking that i would love to see somebody do read son. What about george reeves superman. I would like i could comment. But i haven't seen any of them their from the fifties. Okay they don't look like what clips. I've seen of them. They don't look very good. He was lucy. Can't be all bad. Then he was lucy. Yeah can't i can't argue with that all right. So jody gilbert was an actress who studied voice and acting at columbia university. Whenever i notable roles was in the wc fields film never give a sucker an even break. She was playing quick witted diner waitress who had a verbal duel with fields. She appeared in over one hundred movies. Radio and television shows often in supporting roles as a sizable but confident woman. Gilbert died from complications from an auto accident on february third aches. That's a that's a. That's a strange way to say that right. Yeah i couldn't find any details on it. That was the only sentence found minute complications from an auto accident. Yeah yeah it is a weird way. I mean maybe it was much later after the. That's that's the way. I interpreted as she got an auto accident in like a month later died from infection from it or something. Yeah they are they back then you know they may. She had a brain hemorrhage or something. Yeah yeah but then but then why wouldn't you like. I don't know it's just a weird way to say. It is a weird way to say i mean. I mean like like complications from pneumonia. The pneumonia the auto accident. They met that might not be the thing that killed you but the thing that kills you wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for that first thing. Answer chad terminal whiplash thing. I don't know just something that happened in an accident. Line terminal whiplash think is just called a broken. Nick maybe a banana tailpipe man in the tailpipe takes us born on january. Twenty seventh rosamund. Mary ellen. Pike is a british actress. Her accolades include a golden globe award. A primetime emmy award and an academy award nomination. She received international recognition for her film. Debut as bond girl miranda frost in die another day.
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How worried should we be about the two Sydney mystery cases?
"I've not suddenly those cases in new south wales again so we heard yesterday. That man who works at the sydney airport has tested positive coronavirus. And this is someone who shuttles drives the shuttle bus that takes aircrews from international flights to and from the airport and he got caught. And it's good but it's not a massive surprise but then a really big surprises that have popped out of the blue to people from sydney's northern beaches have also tested positive for covid and it doesn't seem to be any links to nine cases so far which is a lot more of a worry. So how worried should we be that. There's been circulating under the right eye in sydney for some time. Well if indeed. That's the case. I mean it's possible that it's been there. Circulating popped up. Let's start with the driver. Apparently he's been very cooperative and the the owners of the company who are who do the transportation of these aircrews been cooperative as well. Apparently there's been mask wearing but it's not entirely clear by the way we when we were talking about this on this episode of the krona. We don't have all the information. So more information may marriage by the time you listen to this corona cast. But certainly it's unclear. And i think that what's going on there. Is that the minister brad. Hazzard in his press conference yesterday alluded to this that. Probably the rules for aircrews are not as tight as they are for people arriving from overseas strange returning coming from overseas into weeks of hotel quarantine and maybe the testing of people come in contact with them is not as regular as it should be. I suspect that there's the there's a chink in the armor when it comes to us because we had that lady a couple of weeks ago who got infected almost certainly from aircrew. That's at least what the genomics of the virus tells you so there is a problem there. Wales is taking more than its fair share of the burden of people commute from overseas so your stress system but nonetheless that needs to be tightened up. Now you've got these. Two people are older people in the who apparently have close contact with each other in the northern beaches of sydney. And it's not clear who they've had contact with. It's just a little bit of coincidence. So the guy who's driving the boss apparently got symptoms on saturday. So that's a few days before he got tested and he can be infectious for a few days before that who knows what social networks that patterson was in. I wouldn't be surprised if the contact tracers find that there is a circuitous connection between these two cases. But you know you never know you. You've got no idea what's going on here and it could be just a surprise. There's been virus under the surface and it's popped up. It's just a bit of a coincidence that it's in the same week that this happens with these mystery cases. Norman how worried should we. Do you think it's going to turn out that. They just linked. I think we should be worried. We should be worried that there's a chink in the armor with overseas aircrews and we should be worried that these cases pop up very worried. But i'm sure that the contact tracers new south wales right onto it and really trying to track this down in the low ready doing to try and find out how to actually wear. These viruses came from and has been some innovations in australia genomics. Where in fact they can short circuit that you know makes wait two or three days. So let's see what happens there. So it's not huge panic yet but if you start to get other cases popping up when they do mass testing in the northern beaches then you start to get worried. Hopefully they can track this down
The 'Dukes of Hazzard' car with Confederate flag will remain on display at an Illinois auto museum
"A northern Illinois auto Museum says it has no plans to stop displaying a Dodge Charger from the Dukes of Hazzard television show with a Confederate flag painted atop the vehicle. The flag is increasingly viewed as a symbol of racism. NASCAR has banned it, and it's being removed from the Mississippi State flag. But the solo auto museum says the famed generally from the first season of the TV show is not going anywhere. Museum director Brian Grams tells Thie Northwest Harold that he would not remove it any more than he would remove Nazi memorabilia from the museum's military exhibit.
General Lee car from 'The Dukes of Hazzard' not moving, museum says
"Museum in Illinois says Cancel culture won't DOOM Generally The general in this case is not the ex Confederate army leader. But the famed Dodge Charger from the old Dukes of Hazzard T V. Show the cars on display at the Vallo Auto Museum, about 50 miles from Chicago. The museum director vows the car will stay despite having the Confederate flag painted on it. Statues of Confederate generals and soldiers serving taken down across the country. NASCAR has banned the flag from its racist. And the Confederate emblem has been dropped from the Mississippi State flag, but that GM says that generally is part of history and people love it.
The 'Dukes of Hazzard' car with Confederate flag will remain on display at an Illinois auto museum
"In Illinois Auto Museum has no plans to remove the car from TV's Dukes of Hazzard that features the Confederate flag. The head of the vole Oh Auto Museum, says the General Lee car displayed there is part of history. He knows people of all races and nationalities enjoyed the display because of the show and are not offended. The car is reportedly the last surviving 1969. Dodge Charger used in the first season of that Siri's
Direct Connections - Jonny Mopar
"Johnny. How's IT GOING BUDDY? Good man how're you doing Chris? Good Buddy thanks for joining me on talking Mo- pars. You are a frequent story contributor and I appreciate that a lot and I kind of wanted to get a little bit deeper into your history with moe par. You know I'm always curious to hear people's stories but one aspect of the stories that I really enjoy hearing is how people got started with Moat Parts. So why don't you take us back to the beginning and tell us how you're Mo- par journey started? Well Man I would have to say it was just sort of around me. You know. I didn't really seek it out. It was sort of their my mom's cars her that I grew up in a seventy two charger which I still have to this day. I'm working on trying to get back together for her Back in eighty two my dad well back way up My Dad had a sixty nine or sixty eight dodge charger. Forty four spe- Dana bitching car back. When I was a kid He blew up the motor. It sat when we moved to southern California from northern California. He sold the car off and then we lived with my grandfather for about a year while they saved money to buy their own house and then he went out searching for another charger so he found a sixty eight dodge charger. Which is the Blue Half Today? So in eighty two so as a kid. I grew up on the dukes of Hazzard so That was a huge contributor to. I would say chargers. At least you know Back then it wasn't really like Mo par just I love chargers chargers were my thing and I I got bit by that bug and then I'd say in high school I just happen to have a really close buddy. I mean a friend that I made that was also into Mo- PARSE. His Dad had runners and so he kinda grew up as a plymouth guy and I kind of grew up as a dodge guy. And then that kind of just solidified. The whole Mo- part thing I think from that point on it Kinda spread into other Mo- party now where it was just a Mo part thing but very so your fam- your family were more people or is that just kind of happenstance. I think it was happenstance. I think you know my grandfather had an old dodge pickup Swept LINE LIKE A. I think it was a sixty two three or four something like that. He had a seventy two dodge and it was just. He wasn't necessarily like a hardcore dodge guy or anything just had it. You know My Dad was kind in everything. And even today. He's kind of an everything guy. He's he's more of The old school hot water like loves old Ford Body styles with you know Chevy. V8's 'em but when he got that charger the first one it was He was working at a mechanic shop. He's he was a mechanic by trade and a customer came out from Texas and I guess he blew He. He blew the transmission or blue. The motor or something. Something went wrong with the car. Car was a couple years old or so is financed and the guy just abandoned. The car and my dad worked on fixing it at this shop and the bank. He talked to the bank about buying the car so he ended up buying the car From the bank while this other guy just like abandoned it basically so and I think that sort of solidified for him as far as that's a bad ass car and then why he went out to go buy another one to replace it years later Mary cool so it sounds to me like you've actually kept some of these heirloom cars in the family. Was that like. I'm never getting rid of these cars. These cars are staying around or is it just that it you know. Maybe they're in the project or what Well like my dad's car is definitely needing some love I'm probably not gonNA restored anytime soon. It's not bad enough to restore it. It's definitely rough but I kinda WANNA leave at a ratty muscle car and get it together. My Mom's car had painted and you know putting it together Nice. It's not going to be like some. You know show cards just going to be a nice driver basically But Yeah I'll never sell those. You know a lot of my friends my close friends know I have this I call it the the ring system so I might go through this eventually. Or there's probably guys that have gone through this. You go through these stages where you have so much stuff and you start to think to yourself I need. I have too much. I gotta let go. I'll never finish these. I don't have time for him. Or whatever right and if you're like me and you know you got a lot of cars I know there's a lot of Mo- par guys that have tons of them maybe ten or maybe it's a hundred right so you decide. I gotta get rid of some. What do you do? It's kind of overwhelming. So my ring system. Is You have the cars at the core in the that. You will never get rid of like you. Just put those cars into that area and you don't wrap your head around those because it'll just never happen you know and then you start plotting the cars out to the outer rings till you get to the point where your least loved cars on the most outer ring and you just wrap your head around that one car. Can I get this cargo? Do I WANNA get rid of? It doesn't make sense and then you know. Let the cargo or you decide you. Don't WanNa let it go in he. If you can't let that cargo you know every other car on the inside of that ring is not going to get gone either. You know so. Yeah those cars are at my core. Have my high school car. My Dad's charger. My Mom's charger at sixty coronet. Just been around too long to you. Know it's been through too much with me that I'll probably never get rid of that. One either
Jon Hein Tells Swap Shop the Best TV Shows to Binge Watch in New Prank Call
"The setup. We took the Jon Hein Audio Book. You know you know the audio book. Yeah where he's talking about what he's watching on. Tv and the swap shop guy. All of us. We had a spring into action. Real quick on this is a swap shop. Radio show was doing a whole theme of like what are people binge-watching so we really the good thing is when when swap shop wants phone calls. It's pretty easy to get through. It doesn't seem like anybody's really listening. So here's John Hinde calling swap and shop in good morning everybody. Game addition to swap shop. The question for the day is what was the last show? You Binge watched for me cheers. Good Morning. Happy Wednesday you're on. My name is John. Hi Yes what do you have? what do you have to buy sell trade good way today? When did the dukes of hazzard jump the shark I never mean in no harm. That is a that is that is that is a good one. That's a very good one. Dukes of hazzard chronicled the travails of the do cousins. Bo. Haag who owned the town couldn't stand those dupuoy's messing up his plans. yeah Do you have anything? You'd like to buy sell trading away. Yes Sir okay. The True Star of Hazzard County was the general league. Thanks so much for your call. I rather do dodge dukes adorned with a confederate flag on its roof and a one on either looking for your phone. Calls On. Swap shop also The question for the day is. What's your favorite Benjamin Mitchell television show the last one that you That you bench watch taking your phone calls on that as well. Good Morning. Happy Wednesday you're on swap shop How you doing? What's real quick? What's your favorite Benjamin TV show Gilligan's island. Doing silent is a good one that that is a good one. Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale of the seven. Most infamous castaways ever degree. We have we have to break. Thanks so much for your call. The S S Minnow was shipwrecked during our tour. Stop Gilligan this skipper to millionaire the movie stars per styles. Diane Marianne Stop. Actually we are going to shut down those phone lines and no more phone calls. No more phone calls on the am addition of swap shop today. No more phone calls. No more phone
"hazzard" Discussed on Cults
"Coming up. We'll learn the extent of Linda's lies as they unravel in court now back to the story after months in the life threatening care of forty three year old doctor Linda Hazzard on July twenty second nineteen eleven thirty seven year. Old Door Williamson finally escaped Linda's clutches. But not before discovering that. Linda had been granted. Complete guardianship over door through forged documents after fleeing Allala door began her arduous recovery from the brink of starvation. But for as far as she had come she had a whole new battle yet to face this time a legal one soon. She recruited the help of British vice counsel Lucian Agassi and Frank Kelly. A season Tacoma attorney to help build her case against Linda. I A hearing over doors. Guardianship was in order in July nineteen eleven Agassi and Kelly took Linda to court just a few days later. They won the trial handily. Linda was ordered to return nine hundred seventy three dollars around twenty six thousand dollars today to Dora. Although ultimately she was allowed to keep more than half for the medical services she provided it was a pathetic win overall but it was just one battle in the bigger war. They were waging. The legal team hoped this small success would open the door for criminal charges against Linda for Clair's death and it did. The judge agreed to launch an investigation. Agassi and Kelly began building their case against Linda for manslaughter. Their first order of business was to retrieve the jewelry. Linda had taken from Claire after her death door. Estimated that in all Claire was missing six thousand dollars over one hundred sixty thousand dollars today worth of precious jewels. Many of them family heirlooms passed down to the sisters by their mother but as usual. Linda gave the legal team the runaround. She claimed she had returned some of the jewelry to Dora and sent a portion to her former attorney. John Arthur for safekeeping though they were able to locate five hundred dollars worth of jewels. The majority was assumed to be stolen by Linda. Dora's legal team also discovered that Sam and Linda had been transferring money to themselves via Claire and Dora's bank accounts after gaining access through forged documents in all the pair withdrew around one thousand seven hundred dollars from the sisters bank accounts approximately forty six thousand dollars today as the evidence that Linda was starving. The sisters to gain control over their finances grew Agassi and Kelly began to believe they had a strong case against the hazards and soon the publicity surrounding Linda. Hazzard had more people convinced the alternative medicine practitioner was hiding a higher death count than she admitted to more stories emerged of missing or dead associated with Linda practice and all of them ended in a similar story. Linda had carried out an autopsy on the patient only to conveniently fine that they had died from alleged preexisting conditions finally on January Fifteenth Nineteen twelve after a months long investigation forty four year old Linda. Burr field hazard stood trial for the manslaughter of Clare Williamson. The proceedings drew massive crowds outbursts frequently came from the gallery forcing the judge to silence. Onlookers telling them. Courtroom is not a place for amusement amidst the chaos. However Linda and Sam Hazard sat in the courtroom quiet and aloof unwaveringly confident in their ability to win the case when a reporter asked Linda what she would do if she wasn't victorious in the case she replied with confidence. There is no such thing as if one headline even read Mrs Hazard Dominates. All says she is stronger than ordinary man. This demonstration of detachment paired with a sense of grandiosity is not an uncommon reaction killers who face trial. According to criminology researchers Bruce Ahah Rigo and Yana Griffin in their work on female. Murderers public attention around. A crime. Only serves to bolster the criminals idea that they're larger than life a rigo and Griffin. Go on to explain that many times killers take advantage of this opportunity to receive notoriety. They may not have been granted. Otherwise and Linda perhaps sensing her window for fame as an alternative medicine. Guru was closing seized her chance to gain publicity by whatever means necessary at one point. She leaned over and whispered in Sam's ear and then laughed when questioned about what. It induced chuckle. Linda told a reporter. Do you know I can't feel serious about this trial as I suppose I ought. I really feel almost as if I were at a play. While Dora sat in the audience still devastated by the loss of her sister. Linda treated the trial like nothing. More than an elaborate performance. Four days after the trial began on January nineteenth nineteen twelve thirty seven year. Old Door Williamson finally took the stand. Her testimony extended over a two day period in which she testified in great detail. The horrible cruelty she experienced at the hands of Dr Linda. The painful treatments sold as cures that ultimately killed Claire but even among days of damning testimony Linda remained steadfast in her innocence and by January. Twenty Third Nineteen twelve news of the outrageous. Trial had circulated internationally. Even newspapers as far as Australia were reporting on the case but on the eighth day of Linda's murder trial the press would hear some of the most disturbing and salacious details of Dora and Claire Stay at the sanitarium former nurse. Se Cameron had only been at Lala for two weeks before she couldn't handle it any longer. She testified about Clair's horrible death and described in detail. The terrible state of her body Claire she claimed had developed a painful red ulcer on her lower back and had purple muddled spots across her body from Linda's violent massages finally on February fourth. After weeks of back and forth between the defense and prosecution the jury reached a verdict in the murder of Clare Williamson. Forty four year old. Dr Linda Burr Field Hazard was found guilty of manslaughter as the statement was read. Linda remained STOIC displaying. No emotion in the courtroom but as soon as she stepped outside. She screamed at reporters. I am the victim. Linda was sentenced to two to twenty years at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla. Dora was pleased with the verdict. Glad to have kept anyone else from experiencing a similar fate. She told a reporter even after all I suffered. That would be nothing if I could not do something to prevent others from going through what I did. Dora was on the road to recovery both physically and mentally although she gained weight and looked fairly healthy for the trial. She experienced medical complications for the rest of her life. Linda's consequences however wouldn't be nearly as permanent. Linda was booked at the Washington State Penitentiary on December. Twenty ninth nineteen thirteen but the doctor was mysteriously released from prison after less than two years on December Nineteenth Nineteen fifteen. She walked out of the penitentiary on parole for reasons. Unknown perhaps because of her close relationship with prominent government officials. She never returned not long after Governor Ernest Lister Granted Linda. Pardon under the condition that she leave America so the hazards packed their bags and moved to New Zealand. Linda once again opened a medical practice which puzzlingly experienced overwhelming success approximately five years later in nineteen twenty. The hazards moved back to Washington state with enough money to resume their ownership of the OLA sanitarium for the rest of her days Linda experienced nothing but mere brushes with the law. She was arrested in nineteen twenty five for yet another death but incredibly Linda was ultimately find only one hundred dollars just fifteen hundred dollars today. Linda continued practicing until nineteen thirty five. When a fire consumed Oh Lala and her beloved sanitarium at age seventy Lindahl lost everything. She built as well as most of her followers and just three years later. The doctor herself fell ill. Ironically she called on her remaining devotees to carry out the fasting technique on her ailing body. She received Animas broths and massages everything. She had administered to her patients but Linda passed away just a few weeks later alone and gone in her bed her own final victim..
Rebooting AI: What's Missing and What's Next With Gary Marcus
"I am on the line with Gary. Marcus Gary is the CEO and founder at robust dot ai I also the a CEO and founder of the machine learning startup geometric intelligence which was acquired by Uber in two thousand sixteen. Gary is the author of five books including putting his latest rebooting ai which will be available on the day. This podcast is published Gary. Welcome to this week she learning and at thanks for having me I'm really excited to jump in and chat with you about this book. I had a chance to dig into it and awesome awesome booklets. Let's just jump in before we really dive into talking about the book. I'd love to explore a little bit about your background. You spent quite a bit of your career at and why you as a professor of psychology and neuroscience you tell us a little bit about your background and the perspective that this creates for you so I'm trained primarily as a cognitive scientists my research for many years and my PhD with St Thinker was all about how children learn language and and how children's start to understand the world so developmental cognitive scientist by training and at the same time I've been interested in is since I was about eight years old when I learned about programming computers and in the last seven years or so I've focused almost exclusively on answering the question what can cognitive science bring to. Ai I so a is currently dominated by certain statistical approaches that from my perspective as a cognitive scientist someone who studies how humans work seem a little weird to me so I don't think of children as giant data machines but the way that they I is kind of rolling right now. It's all about big data and I've been trying to see what I can contribute the two from the perspective of cognitive science so when you were when you create a geometric intelligence. Was that a company that really commercialized live cognitive science based approach or was there a statistical approach involved in your work their geometric intelligence which was my first company was inspired in some ways by cognitive science. It wasn't slavish to it. So there's always this tension of you know if you building airplanes you don't want to fly exactly like birds it 'cause that wouldn't make any sense who wants to flap their wings so many times a minute but you also want to understand something about the dynamics of flight in in my last company and also in this company were trying to take some lessons from biology in particular from how humans think and apply those to a problem so we're not in last company was not trying to be narrow scientifically perfectly accurate. We're not trying to be faithful to the brain. We're trying to take inspiration from the brain. The last company the broad problem that it was trying to address how do you learn from small amounts of data and that question itself in some ways comes from cognitive science. I think machine learning earning is catching up to it now in the last couple of years but it's always been clear from cognitive science especially from the field of language acquisition that learning from small data's the name of the game children can generalize from tiny amounts of examples. My dissertation was about how children learn the addy rule for forming the past tense which take sometimes use incorrectly they'll say goad or went to things like that. They learned that from a small amount of data sometimes they make mistakes over apply it but they don't have the gigabytes of data the way to save the GP tee system does now to the last company was really focused on one particular way a of solving this small data problem at our. I think most impressive results were we were beating deep learning in terms of data efficiency so we could learn things things with half as much data without having specific briars about the nature of the things. We're learning so we take 'em nist which is a benchmark. Probably a lot of your audience knows recognizing characters we could do amnesty have as much data without having to build in anything about the nature of letters or anything like that so we were working towards a general way of doing supervised learning. Maybe some other things using less data and we were inspired there by humans. We weren't necessarily doing it exactly the way humans do but I think the core intellectual property is something that is being Garan I developed and I sort of set a direction that was based on some things that made sense to me from a cognitive science perspective and Tuban been brilliant mathematician figured out how to apply it and so I think a lot of our listeners when they hear the idea of creating a unlimited data. We'll think about things like one shot. Learning zero shot learning but sounds like your approach was very different from these or was it. I mean there's some into relations and I can't say too much because Uber owns the IP and there's NDA's okay kind of stuff but I would say it. Zero shot learning in one shot learning first of all our names of problems. They're not names of techniques and people use different kinds of techniques to do them. They're often I think narrowly construed so there are lots of problems in the world where you have some data. It's not the zero data but you just don't have that much. It's something I often like to talk about is what my daughter did when she climbed through a chair so we were sitting in a whole foods about a year ago she was about four and a half years old or four years old at the time we sat in a chair that had a back in the gap between the back and the base of the chair if you can kind of visualize that and and she'd never seen the TV program the dukes of Hazzard with climb through the windows so she didn't have any data from like a model of doing wacky things sticking their bodies through an aperture inside of there so this was not a big data problem or at least there wasn't a lot of directly relevant big data. She had data about how her body worked the size of her body and she probably explored other apertures before she did what a lot of people might call at abstractly unsupervised supervised learning but he didn't use any of the techniques that we would call unsupervised learning so it was unsupervised in the sense that she didn't have training example saying this is the right you know. Torque to apply to your torso in order to spin through chair right in the way a reinforcement learning robot might try it a million sometimes and get reinforcement stuck this way it didn't get stuck that way and so forth she just did it in the space of like a minute and then the second time that she did. I I asked her to reenact it and I took pictures the second time I wish I had taken pictures the first time or taken video the second but anyway you look you look at this sequence of pictures that I took and she actually got stuck doc at one point and then she figured out how to get unstuck and so there was problem solving process there and it was also kind of leveraging modest amounts of data. She had no direct data on this problem except what she got from trying herself in that moment and then she had a bunch of background data from other kinds of problems that she had solved and she knew enough committee not consciously but unconsciously about physics and our body moved and so forth that you can integrate all of that so that doesn't fall into the paradigm of zero shot learning although you could sort sort of call it a zero shot problem but it's not like the things that people do in literature and it doesn't fall into the one shot learning and it doesn't really fit with how people think about unsupervised learning where they take take clusters of things or predict the next frames in the video. It's not really like any of those problems and yet it's kind of what little kids like. My children do all the time. They say here's some challenge that I have never confronted before. I'm going to figure it out. That's like eighty percent probably exaggerated but it's a large fraction of what my kids do is. They set new challenges right now. My son's a little older he's six and a half my daughter's five now. They like play Games all day long and they don't all play existing games. They play games that they invent until like well. Let's pretend you can't fly anymore because you broke your wing or whatever they're constantly making up assumptions and then doing problem salving relative to those reference points and that's just completely far away from what people are doing and they. I now part of the reason the Ernie Davis and I wrote this book rebooting. I I like reorient. The feel and reboot is like start over so we're doing great on all the supervised learning stuff where we have a ton of data ton of labeled data but but the reality is that's not really what the real world is like and it's certainly not like what children do as they come to understand the world and there's a gap right now between I I think memorizing doing something a little bit better than memorization and understanding so deep learning is like a better way of doing memorization you can Tripoli between examples. You've seen gene before but it's not really about comprehension. It's not really about building a model of chairs apertures and bodies and understanding how those interrelate into what earning an is trying to do is to get the field to look in different direction. That's more about comprehension and understanding and so forth did my going back to your question for second me did my last company. We do all of that. No I mean we were small startup. We were when we thought we were fifteen. People we at one very specific way of solving a supervised learning problem with less data. There's a lot that goes into human approach to less data another thing that goes into it that we didn't work on last compete at all is in eight nece so Chomsky's arguments which I think are correct is that we start with something that constrains how we learn language we don't. We're not open to any possible. I was reborn knowing certain things about language. I differ from him a little bit about what those things are but I would say we're probably born knowing that you can see candy. Symbols in order to express things is going in the right word or is it something you know as about the same conscious but I'll tell you about an experiment that I did which is probably not my best known result in psychology literature. I one of the two I taught seven kids in artificial language and I didn't tell them the rules as for the language it is give them examples two minutes and that
Rapper Post Malone in California crash weeks after air incident
"National Louis university like wrap up post Malone and bubble wrap or something. He was just involved in a two car crash this morning West Hollywood known was injured. So that's guide. So it was in Beverly Hills. I guess not West Hollywood after impact occurred white Rolls, Royce continued on struck a fans and some shrubs and Beverly Hills. No, one was I the spokesperson said alcohol was not a factor post tweeted, God must hate me. L O L. Three weeks after that private jetty was on had to make an emergency landing in New York when the aircraft blue tires during takeoff scoring
Pinwheel Fudge, Greenland New Hampshire Memorial and New Hampshire discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"On religious beliefs but the r. f. RA clarifies it cannot be used to discriminate against the algae BT community Ryan burrow ABC news the former star of. The dukes of hazzard TV show pleads guilty to, inappropriately touching to women in the cast of a musical based right here in Massachusetts Tom whoa Pat will serve one year of probation, Sixty-six-year-old was charged last August with touching the, female cast members. While rehearsing, for forty second street at the regal music theater in. Waltham a cast member of the wicked tuna TV show, has died unexpectedly. NNcholas Duffy, fudge who's from the New Hampshire? Seacoast area died, last week he was just twenty eight fudge, was the first mate on? Captor Thailand? Mclauchlans, boat the pinwheel Fudge native of Greenland New Hampshire memorial funds to help, environmental preservation has,.
"hazzard" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Jeff basins good luck fifty number six the general lee from the dukes of hazzard key what you think about that arna stand the pay job could be troubling for most not most because we saw oh cool yeah don't open they hit the slot to the windows and the i didn't know who general lee was when that show was like his okay i was a permanent know who he was or which side he was on that came later and cooter boss horror cooter boss hogg were all white in the deep south i got a call white mediev south of the big hat off the gar cigars cigar and ran the town and they had one brother in it who was the sheriff at the other cat nearby county closer to atlanta kofi yes i was like one every yes he was there was a black sheriff at the neighboring county who every now and then one every thirty episodes something like that every time but i never forgot because i was like ooh it's diversity this just has your county diversity now all right number five kit knight rider i like that you know he's he was cool you talk to diller and get that pontiac yeah with math yeah but you can't get it batmobile have you asked for a batmobile no if you're asked what keeping him in the back is hard to handle close travel through can receive the giving your hands biblical right there number four of the grant sereno from starsky and hutch as my who'd f tough for me i do have that over dukes of hazzard both orange right yup in torino read it was like a red yes raise orient cool white start though can we say blood orange that's the one and the doors opened nice benefits for the doors open and they have low more diversity they had a lot more diversity sugar bear huggy bear the cereal soon as the first man hawk went his neighbor come on man fog back let me start let me start number three rare my number three number three the batmobile for the nineteen sixty series they're all like the atom westbound west mobile crimefighter while you would drive out of convertible it just that would be the most safest for transportation vulnerable jump in his slide trump in it but i just figured canopy that closes over the time seemed like he was just needs to get shot i don't know the choker had gun for some reason you can ride around the batmobile to convertible arrive everyone say fill in this outer instead but it worked out for them where number two the delorean from back to the future yeah yeah the doors flipped up and get a delorean key you can do that those ugly car who was the guy that was the cocaine hit john john here's a drug deal chris getting excited he said cocaine why don't you i'll get car we'll be going the whole time do you get the whole word i'll say he was what what what what what oh he was ill i thought he was on he was that was no here's drugs drugs and the number one film number one pot i current vehicle of all time fascinate furious it's a nineteen fifty eight cherry red plymouth theory yeah christine christine esteem mad mad christie was so tight she would run you over and then fix the injury right so she was smashing against the wall smashing again if they repair self good car and then drive back to the house and like nothing happen did you forget to put speed racer in the mach five problem i just can't blind let me say christine so tight i the mock fi and would've what about herbie herb your little bug y'all can't ride in that right you and herbie i'm going to be in a hearse i before i title herbie one of those have you been aware a bug because i broke into one of those i realized how spacious was they the bubbled oh i he's going to tell you why the rams are set up for multiple super bowls movement that's mornings kisha georgia chelsea is being only
"hazzard" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Of the fantasies just the physical space the decor let me tell you when i fantasize about being dukes of hazzard i don't just want the general li i wanna jump the fucking generally over of fall you know collapse bridge i want to do the activities that the duke was doing on a run from the wall on a flat in the hills and straighten the curves i see no i don't because i was well first things first i drink a lot of cocktails with my friends so i do that a city so i have a lot of those things checked off men also i was more of an aide in girl i wasn't all that into big in care for big okay we were a little unclear on when mays full nudity happened it happened in two thousand sixteen february that's when the play opened and we shall see was like london or new york and opened in new york and lincoln center originally great time to be nude onstage february two to sixteen in it was in la she lies how great weather very temperate not too hot you wouldn't to be an anchorage play all the drafts right well for women it's not as big of a deal will your nipples would be erect which i think that's my visually stimulating for the audience back to be able to see him anyway that's right so you talked about nudity in hair because you said kristen did it i was like why are they getting nude in hair the musical and so i found out the scene takes place at the end of the first act during the song where do i go and one of the main characters is contemplating what he should do about being drafted into beat nam war and it's a song not just about choosing one's path in life but also about the horrors of war in the decision of whether or not it's worth dying for your country heavy stuff k then the cast joins in on the song and it's during the last part and they all come out naked i guess it's like expose i don't know how it really relates to don't know yet still unclear i think it was just some director was like you know spice up that somber exploration of mortality in wars get everyone's dix titties bonds get them all out and just pray them up yeah cool okay the taylor swift's on you guys were seeing called wildest dreams you love it you so tall and handsome is doesn't the whole way and the taylor swift album that jack antonoff produced a lot of songs on is her newest one wreck called reputation and he also co wrote her duet called i don't wanna live forever and they're friends know of connection documented love connection not that i know after imagine if i was working in close proximity to jack on the piano singing sharing connecting spiritually politically that it would lead to physical contact and that especially if we got that song just perfect and we listened to playback then i feel it'd be game on yeah then every time they hear that song on the radio they would remember celebrating its perfection horizontally white is in koi this one is it a rocus okay that's well i love you take out with the song yes please gribbin queen just ball the same genes as my grandma's defa knee i am shocked that the it's carribean queen were iphone fall again always.
"hazzard" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Slowly being beaten out of me and being replaced with the gruff construction worker construction cats on this north carolinian framing crew from like hazzard county there was an accent creeping in there was manually 'isms and a dialect just by going there every day and the thing is if you have not chosen what you wanna say about yourself it's quite possible that it is being chosen for you by the environment in which you're putting and in for me even though i had a an ideal that i was shooting for stronger frames offers a weaker one i'm twenty one years old i'm on a north carolinian framing crew and yeah day one they're calling you sally minute you're you're like i don't want it this i don't need this heat weather like i was falling in line just right going every day and giving it my all and our military guys extreme right you go through basic and what's the firm first thing they're focusing on tension ending up talk your body language absolutely right the more you can conform with the body language the more you're going to conform with everything else they're gonna ask and of course there's so many other rules of the hell that is a very base thing because if there's no discipline in in your body language and it's a slippery slope for everything else which is why we love working with the military guys special forces that comes through the boot camp they understand the importance of body as you and they've already put in a lot of work on it but a lot of us right now we're sitting in jobs where we're at our computer our postures crap and maybe we work out a little bit but we're not paying close attention to our body language and a lot of times we get so caught up in other people's body language because we're trying to read and manipulate and figure out all the stuff about them that we're not even paying attention to all of these signals were shooting out to the rest of the world so why is body language so.
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"hazzard" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast
"Well it's interesting because it's quite clear that julia does not want to end up like mess fry um she doesn't want her love story to go that to go that way on the other hand she's ferry interested you now she's very intrigued by what this woman's existence has been and when you hear owners mother mrs fry describe it and say you know that this loss made her um learned to care for things uh you know she says were repair especially as her genius um at she saying that in approving way i don't know if we're supposed to approve or not what do you think yeah i think m again surely hazzard has about 18 different things going on i think we're supposed to love his friday without winning julie dende up laker thing yeah yeah why do you think um mrs fry decides to tell julia her her basically her whole life story what what is she trying to tell her with that um she is she can be telling or anything i'm trying to to release us why i'm i'm not sure i think you for the in terms this story we need to know the parallels between the three women um but also uh there's there's a lot in here about exile about yearning about how that at that makes people mix women in particular be who they are because the men gough into action in the women themselves are just uh there's there's stuck elsewhere rate bed there i guess not victims of circumstance but a lot of times they they don't have a lot of agency in in where they go or at least misfy and mrs i didn't there's this interesting passage in the great fire um early on in the book where it surely hazard rates uh women's yearnings had scarcely featured being presumably of meeting and giving birth their purpose had been supplied to them from the first their lot.
"hazzard" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"Employment and corporations want their employees to represent the company well and the professional and orderly and disciplined and so we're having an a kind of new regulation society that's not unlike what i talked about with the courts back in the seventeenth eighteenth centuries where we want to plan as our primary disciplined and reliability as well as cleanliness as as the our primary attributes of a of a good men good employees and companies started to enforce sitting regulation even banned not only beards start mustaches useful either from the police force you know police have this military tradition of loving to look like you know when the military they have a and even today you'll see that right and priests love to have a bust ash because it it's kind of hazzard military look to but a lot of police forces back in their early twenty thcentury we're telling their men get rid of those mustaches were still in that today but you're you're scenes of a resurgence of the beard which says the day does it have any larger cultural significance like you didn't times past to resist sort of like any other postmodern idea where the meaning of the beard hue depends on the person or the grew yeah but think about today is an very um culturally fluid time what what i describing all the time this is this patterns their established by elites dominant political groups and they establish a form for themselves than them sort of impose it as the norm for everyone is purchased they can't so we have a kind of on more of a monolithic style and that's patrol away up through two recent times and i think today we're seeing and more fluid cultural dynamic where there isn't one.