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The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo Review

Books and Boba

04:52 min | Last week

The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo Review

"With, the heart of an ad with tail and the visuals of a classic Asian period drama. The empress of salt and fortune is tightly and lushly written narrative about empire storytelling and the anger of women a young royal from the far north sent south for a political marriage alone in sometimes reviled, she has only her servants on her side. This evocative debut chronicles horr- is to power through the eyes of her handmaiden at once feminist high fantasy and a thrilling indictment of monarchy. That's I remember when this book got a buzz. The Library Journal said it was the day of the month buzzfeed said it was A. Pretty much like the fantasy novel of Spring Twenty Twenty. So I was really excited about it plus handmaidens tail and a political drama. Yeah. Sure. That's that sounds like something that I'm really interested in. Yeah. I mean my main thing is. I don't know if the handmaidens hill comparison is that are descriptive of what this story really is because to me, it definitely was a pro woman story, but I don't really know if I got handed until vibes besides the fact that there's like a handmaiden it you know I actually got more of. The handmaiden, the Korean movie. I got more of that five because that movie is It's told multiple multiple perspectives and us the story is not what seems like and you kind of have to like piece together everyone's motives and how their plans and motives like fit together. So it kind of reminded me more of that movie. Yeah, which is also based on a book. It's based on the fingersmith Sarah Waters, which I highly recommend. It's it's great. Yeah. It's also queer, which is you know this book is also very Queer Zaveri Queer friendly story. There is a lot of different characters on all sides of the LGBTQ spectrum I guess we can start with just how the story is set up. So the story is told through I guess, would you call the second person narrative? Is that what this is or now I? It's third person narrative right? Actually it's third person and then when it switches to flashbacks, swin rabbit is telling the story that's first person right so but basically the main character or the protect I mean tonight even protectionist right like the. I guess perspective character. Through the story. The main character is a monk or in this world, a cleric named chief who is coated as a non binary they go by them pronouns and their. Magical. Talking Bird companion who is actually like a supercomputer right? To go there like a bird that can remember an archive everything it sees and hears you know I had to Google what a what a hoopoe was his Like through context clues was like, okay, it's a bird but what this bird? Looks like Google Google. It was I mean right off the bat and we can talk about this later. Now we want but it's this book is Novella it's really short. It's one hundred and twenty eight pages I wanNA say or it's it's less than a hundred pages I'll wet. Okay. So I just checked how many pages it was on kindle. It's one hundred twelve pages. Okay. So even less yeah, and in those short on a pages, it does a ton of world building and I know this is something that you and I have thoughts about. But like to me, I feel like it did a lot of world building through giving really sparse details. Requiring the reader to kind of fill in the blanks. Right off the bat, you have a talking bird which took me a while to figure it was a bird. you have supernatural hungry ghosts. Yeah. And like implied magic in the world to there's allusions to Mejia's and whether magic like we mentioned. So like right off the bat it Kinda throws you into this world that the reader has to figure out what's going on through context lose. Totally independent of the actual narrative because I think even without the like fantastical. Does also stand alone on its own as like A. Story of political intrigue. In. Rebellion Yeah.

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Roads Become Rivers: Nearly 4 Million Chinese Evacuated Or Displaced From Flooding

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04:17 min | Last month

Roads Become Rivers: Nearly 4 Million Chinese Evacuated Or Displaced From Flooding

"To China now, where vast swath of the country are being hammered by flooding it is some of the worst China has seen in more than two decades. NPR's Emily Fang looks into why this year's flooding is worse than usual. It's an highly lost his job in uniform factory a few hours away because of the coronavirus pandemic. So he came home to an we province his troubles did not end bear in. July weeks of torrential rain. Let the small river near his house to swell an overflow. When Nike woke up in a panic. Radio, the water was suddenly up to my chest. I couldn't lift my motor out of could barely walk because the ground therm too slippery mud. So Dong put his bedridden eighty one year old mother and a large plastic wash. And pushed her into a rescue. A week after the flood, he gives me a tour of his earth in home just outside the city of hoofing it's unfit to live in. The Water down our electricity's lines, walls are now falling down. Dengue is among the estimated three point seven million people displaced or evacuated across China due to flooding. He now lives in a classroom in a local public school while waiting for new housing. The country's water resources ministry says the worst point in mid July four, hundred, thirty, three rivers rose to dangerous levels. Some broke through dams or overflowed their banks flooding nearby villages like hoopoe in an we province. Up. The road in front of our house became a river. We were stuck at our house for days with only some bread water and instant noodles like almost all the others tongue and funds home cocoa village is now surrounded by submerged field in damp furniture a layer of scummy water covering her lost harvest. She points to the dark swath of mildew that now grows on her wall and nearly extends to the ceiling. That's how high the water rose on three separate occasions in July. Tongue in her sixties says this part of on we has seasonal flooding every year, but it was only in the last decade that the water would rise above her angles. Show. Because they're. Back, whenever it rains too much they released the water from the dams. But. The water floods are village and we suffer in one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight began building the first of nine dams diversionary barriers near hookup deregulate seasonal flooding by collecting runoff into reservoirs today the dams provide hydropower and drinking water to nearby cities as well. But during extreme rains, authorities are forced to suddenly release the water. So there's a decision of basically not how much the rivers will flood but where will the Rivers Flood Ryan Studies China's river management at. The Stinson Center a think tank he explains Engineers Must Make Utilitarian Calculus about where to release water other countries including the US also face greater flood risks because it's mostly because again, we are living in places where the rivers had become engineered to allow us to live there but the engineering is not able to cope with nature and so nature's getting the best of US those living downstream in an we mostly in sparse rural communities. No this hard truth which the. A resident of Hokkaido village explains. What's on? Water us even more people will be drilled. Due to climate change when accident of nature heavier rainfall means precarious existence for the four hundred, fifty, million Chinese residents who live along the mighty Yangtze River or its many tributaries. Farmer my Yosi recounts the sudden flooding July. The envelopes his home in the village as he takes his water buffaloes out for us when. We only know when Damn Surrey's water when the water enters our homes, there's no heads up. Barely rescued his sheep he points to his heard of water buffalo. Luckily, they float naturally process. He then gives a sharp talk. Paulina's heard out of the water. It's time to go back inside. because. It's raining again. Emily Fang Pure News, her fe and we province.

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"hoopoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

04:37 min | 6 months ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"By the way doctor. Strange or your doctor. Strange right. He's a doctor. He's in all of the darker straight. He's he is doc Dr Hoopoe. It's not the same doesn't they don't they? Don't make the connection but doctor strange's Dr Hill drank so we're flipping through your phone and you know a lot of people who's the most famous person and TV's phone right now That's a good question. Who's the most famous person? I mentioned some really good day. I'll say I'll say Alex Rodriguez only because of who is dated you soon to be marrying right. I'm going to go back to another Mount Rushmore Question. But this time for the giants who would be. Obviously he's GonNa. I'm not on the Mount Rushmore. The giants Lt Is there. Frank Gifford Wellington clearly Was a great owner. Probably Georgiana aim in In change like the feel of the team after That whole that fumble F- of Herm Edwards Fumble returned it. That's what Czanka right. I'd say those four. That's good Mount Rushmore. For the giants. Okay two more mine. Is Your Favorite Sports Movie Sports? Moving maybe the SANDLOT. It's a good one. The bad news bears what I remember watching the most allows a kid is related to some of those kids right just wanted to go be a part of something and just everybody was terrible. I so relate to that to dave last one. It he lost one. If you could give advice to a young Tiki Bar Barber for ten seconds. What would that advice wide by two young TIKI barber like a young Tiki barber like twelve or young Tiki Barber? Like eighteen will whenever you think he needs advice or give both might be an interesting a surprise you I would. I would tell Tiki Barber before he went to college. Pursue the technical career that you wanted not the NFL. Wow I often I often think about this like an audit athletes. You noticed gust because you see this with Europe. Some here former teammates they get lost and they think balls over and it's like man with doing now and I'm not lost by any stretch. I had a very full life. My wife is fantastic. My kids a grade. My careers is exactly where I wanted to be but I often think back to ninety seven when I graduated it was the dawn of the Internet like it was it was about to happen and I love I mean I can't I mean I loved it more football. I'm not joking and I often think what if I had chosen to actually go work for Oracle or Microsoft Right Not that I could have because obviously that point you're expected go the NFL. Would I have been like what would what would I be a billionaire now? What right what? What changed like country world changing technology? Could I have developed Just and I don't know like if I take that if I take him. The same work ethic made successful as an NFL player and applied it to that world. That computer design world. What would I? I knew you wouldn't you wouldn't have been squatting. Six hundred pounds now. What he thought about running around. I have athlete. Right slaps. Yeah you've just been using a lot more up here that's for sure. Yeah Yeah sometimes. I regret not using more earlier..

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Painting and Decorating Tips from the 1950s

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02:25 min | 8 months ago

Painting and Decorating Tips from the 1950s

"Clean job when painting kitchen or bathroom tie plastic bags over the tops. They will be kept nice and Clean Mrs L.. BITTY killary Sleet Dundee. Now that's a good idea. My Kosei about north. Oh I I mean some some of the tips. You know practical value in some tipsters sub stalker by wash thing. I've ever heard what old I I mean. It's a bet on Ben. Vanilla precaution the fully decorating of them. roku fittings was bustling afterwards. It's any paint on. them can be easily cleaned off. Mrs D Richardson. Eight bevin avenue right hoop sutherland. It's almost all tip next. But what. Aw I always my first reaction is for that. First thing is probably implant painter decorator and a plastic bag over or in tight because otherwise you could clean the damn things afterwards which sounds good idea? I think that's a good check. Thinks manually whatever wipe it clean tops. I hope yeah but I'm spoke to pin on would make it more difficult but which for me today on a plastic bag over or something like that. I mean just whipping the opening done and then done was Bu Slava vaseline go to clean the vastly. And lastly what you mean is difficult to go. Once it's hard. I've actually known to date when the tip came from but if it was the very early nineteen fifties plus bugs. I wouldn't really very people baga suppose yeah okay close and not please I will give you a brilliant tip papering when doing a papering job. Try using a pinch roller to apply the paste. It spreads a piece evenly is quicko unless Messy Donna. Blush there's a C- Hoopoe one hundred. Eighty eighth central street. Classical kessous faces. Let's gone mind equals blown. I've never s to recruit me but it makes Sumer March saying it's absolutely so bad. Why is it never occurred to me? Why isn't that just what people do? When they're putting a why is it a brush is there is a reason for this? Okay guys off. You are very adept painting a rule of dipped in various lamey wallpaper. Peace will tend to slay Tarallo Than Tun Eh. This doesn't

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"hoopoe" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Around Bailey. The far. Along that goes wide at the side of the net here. Corners Brock Nelson for the islanders around Bailey. Far side of the ice taken away. Barkov able to move ahead or through insurance on the offensive in Hoover. Looks across Ecuador thriller shot it's wide and it goes off to the far corner. Hoover. Who takes a look at the front of the goal holds takes the goal line off the near corner out to your point. It's parka Arcand. Kids to Matheson cuts in near circle Athas into the corner at the scene here on the nearside backhand Hoopoe who your circle last minute of the period Barco takes over center. The lot or caught to Matheson long Rouge shot, and it's y ticks abouts up the end boards scooped up there by Hoover, given out of our cough here, the nearside and equity top of the right circle Beck. Let us off to your board Panthers. Some great pressure. Here has a front of that from. Intercepted by Bailey. He'll bring it along three to the islanders pass cross ice coal. He'll rip it in thirty four seconds left. In the second the islanders leading one nothing and back along for the Panthers Mathis, it clears to center bouncer, but Tronto intro checks. But Tronto has just stick tro. Check Tronto had elevate that one with pressure in there than a wound shopping the line from Atherton device Ecuador sharp, try in Greis able to weather the storm some shopping today side of that. As the Tronto antiques. Have some words exchange? Shoves fourteen point nine seconds left in the second the islanders maintain their one. Nothing. Lead panther starting to get some offenses on pressure learned it all start just our luck. He gets that big hit in the neutral zone. You need something to spark your team in nita's able lambaste has got right next to the boards. And all of a sudden of energy in the Panthers bench got recognize he had to wingers caught down low at glad joined the Russ made it a four on three. He came late and had a chance on top of the circles with the slapshot and fair to wide. And then that Hoover go dad bar offline just went to work down low. They were cycling all around up high pass in the puck. Getting a lot of movement a lot of quality looks against Thomas dry. So this last two three minutes in the best panther hockey that we seem through the first periods. Fourteen point nine seconds left in the second. One nothing lead the shots. Twenty four sixteen for the islanders. Thomas Greis, sixteen sixteen south puck so far for the owners, and this one as bucks launched ahead by Hickey and Nakal alkalinity. Outer still successes of the period for them. Not to take away set wide. Vice Ezekiel Polk debts are driving close from not gonna stop by monta moas time expires, and that's it per forty minutes. Here the BBN t center tonight. So the honors couple h there's time expires. But he's one nothing hockey that Brock Nelson tally off a one time or early in the second period the only goal scored. So far panther started to work out the last five minutes, and that's how to be done get some chances groceries. Ask make some saves. He's able to do that Panthers. Missing. A couple of times a couple of two ones, especially. Hoffman had to one you've got to be able to shoot that puck. But it was better better last five minutes in within striking distance and multiple goaltender down in. The Panthers deserve ton of credit. He's made a number of dazzling phase keep those panther team where they're out, but you continue the islanders play. They're not gonna give you much and seen a lot of breakdowns and Panthers starting to work starting to get chances of still within well within striking distance heading to this third period. So after two periods of play the owners won the Panthers nothing. But as Billy said some Panthers crusher starting to build as we got the late stages there of that second period Panthers. Home against the New Jersey. Devils fan appreciation night, presented by WalMart..

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"hoopoe" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"You do not for using today's repel with the black them ninety dollars per led by over. Told Dave you need to take a break because she did not appreciate that little guy damn sketch when tape with. I don't know on fire. They pulled up on Jamie. Jamie, Jamie told that story. Jamie, Jamie, Foxx Hoopoe on Jamie, Denzel Oprah and a few others. Don't know. Yeah. But that was after he. Or before he was about to win this Oscar. Yeah, you need to screw up part. Initiate like I believe they pulled up on Jamie that they would pull up on Dave. They have pulled up on you. That's a yes. That's it. Yes. Not not in that way. I mean, I definitely have conversations exam. But not in like that way is just like, you know, basically, not Pol your platform type conversation say you got a very large voice, you you move things out here, which is something that I'm already aware of. Sometimes it's nice to hear from And me. and you're right. When you do have this platform, you should be, you know, very responsible with it. That's why that's why I go back to the gallon R Kelly thing, I wouldn't gave jellied I've level two years ago. I told you. Kelly's former manager. I don't know if he's still managed. But that was my guy he wanted me to sit down with Kelly. He wanted me to interview Kelly. I have no reason to talk to Kelly Kelly about to come clean its way before surviving R Kelly dock and all of that unless he's ready to come clean and tell us what the fuck is going on in his life with the fuck. He's been doing to these young ladies why he thinks he does it. You know what I'm saying talk about his abuses of child. Like, I said her people hurt people is nothing to talk about. So if I was I'm not mad because it's entertaining as gave us to do Michael Jordan crime rates me. You know what I'm saying? But I I don't I don't I wouldn't have seen you need to do it. That's fair enough. It's just amazing to see the power of Beijing of Beijing that Beijing is a mother who on Kelly. What it made me realize how stupid Beijing, really? I don't know what Beijing fucking black shit man on his fucking head real hair. How no what is it? The same. Should they use the spray paint the subways and fucking Harlem fucking die? It's like it's not real actually washes off when it rains. Why often when when your mother fucking shower was, bro? Not when he's wet. Yes. It does. I wasn't watching off an interview here really sweat that. That's why they coming in with fucking touch-ups fair enough. You know, what I'm saying they kept coming touch of the audience fan that was Ovar Kelly cold home of the puck atop when he stood up. He got out of the way at a fan. That's what another sweat came in. And that's when a mmediately to glance quad tame in to make sure that shit, don't drip all over the mother fucking place. So there there there's a different thing where people are getting real hair though. Right. Like Tiga has real hair stupid. It's called. Yeah. That's that's like the mail as front. That's a. Chia pet shit. If we wanna be Rolette, though, it's not it's not lace front ROY like the Chia pet, and and you're not going to do this. Never why not 'cause I'm secure in my ball this. Okay. So you're secure your baldness. You should be able to do it. No. I don't wanna do it. I don't know maintenance. I don't have time for that shit. Like, I'm not a maintenance excuse for it. But as you just do it. It doesn't matter to you either way. You look stupid. No. You look good Arcelli. Look, I'm gonna be honest with you Kelly looks great for a man who had a steady diet of McDonald's his whole life. But that motherfucking Beijing looks dumb a shit on our Kelly. And I think that's the call. I think for causes breakdown. It was the Beijing..

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"hoopoe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Dot com. All the social media there. Make sure you stop by. I do want to make mention of this Kerry, you saw the story earlier that you did. I know that a ton of people don't listen on radio stations. Now, I appreciate your listening on radio stations. We get our ratings from you listening actually on radio stations. We appreciate the hundred twenty radio stations that took a chance on on this crazy show and his crazy guy. But a lot of people listen on the stream there are a few reasons. Why one some of you move around like the guy Brad? Who wasn't the brand called in? Hopefully, the guy Brad who who like loves your chocolate, boys. Yeah. He's from town to town to town. And he wants to know where he he actually listens on the radio when he could find station where he is when he can't he'll listen on the street. You get a lot of people who say listen on the stream, but that'd be was numbers like this. I mean, they just did a study of the top fifty. Streamed radio shows in America. And again, I think we've mentioned this before there are five thousand estimated to be five thousand talk show host to the country by talkers magazine or somebody. But out of the top fifty we're number twenty four, and we're ahead of a lot of really heavy hitters. I saw that today to congratulate you because that's pretty awesome. Well, congratulate yourself and congratulate polo and Sam I mean, we're we're doing it as as well as we can. And it's unfortunate because there are a lot of markets where we can't get a station because there were contracts and company, politics and whatever else, and you just can't get a station and God bless, and they do whatever they need to do on their individual stations on my here to let anybody up for not carrying us. But it always just blows my mind to see how many people actually will go and seek the show out on the stream and listen live on the internet when they can't listen on the radio station. And I just wanted to say, I appreciate you were aware of you. We know that your that you listeners, and and I hear from you all the time because I'll get emails from people that are in towns that I know the show is an on. Right. So you know, that it's being listened to not specific numbers. But a couple of these people that were ahead of our like big time players lower ahead of these guys. Holy mackerel. There listening carry locking are. They are now as part of the study they said if you raised your game, we could probably be number twenty next next year. Just saying. Game you're saying they actually did that. Study. The tangent. The study. There's a survey within the study where they said, let's ask him about the girl. Yeah. Did see that? I didn't I missed that part. Yeah. Well, read the whole thing through sometimes you gotta take a minute. Eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Actually, cool. I appreciate you guys a lot. Of course, it's the entire team. It's not just me. Of course, the list, they just put joepags, but it's the whole it's the whole thing. Let me go to the phone lines. At sale would welcome to line one. It's going to be angel in Washington. I Angela what's going on. Oh this Gavin gals. Joel things with you living, the dream, my friend, talk to me global warming, you cow farts are ruining the atmosphere. Well, that's. That's. Secured science inexact science. It was failed on follow the information. Right. And I'm sorry. Mitha Cossio feels like she does. That's gotta be terrible waking up every day with that on your chest. But it's it's it was it's as bad as as the awards they were put together on all the information. And right. And so the whole thing focus from the bottom up, why agree with you. And and there there there's actual real information. The the university of East Anglia, those emails the UN. I mean, this stuff is made up. It's a hoax without a doubt. Everything that Al Gore predicted would happen didn't happen, then we're just supposed to forget that he ever predicted that it would happen. Now, this idiot is saying in twelve years, it'll be the end of the earth. It won't stop angel on his cows in Washington. Well, can you imagine the eggs that young lady feels every day? But it's it's it's awful. How's our fault? Well, we taught a generation that their feelings matter feelings don't matter to anybody. But they are we given people participation trophies. We, you know, and and it's they're feeling if this is a this is another Ponzi scheme, the people at the top are making money off of the deal, and she's far enough down the line that she probably won't make any it's kind of like Amway. But. But you know, this is. They're pretty arrogant. God created this world, and he did it in a perfect manner. And if we say, we're gonna tear it up or destroy what he created were either horribly misguided her very arrogant angel. I hear you get back to the cows. Yes, arrogant is a is an appropriate word also unintelligent also ignorant. Also immature. Also childish lot of words that I can use for Alexandria, Cossio Cortez to carry. Here's my quandary. Here's here's the catch twenty two. I have I think it's dangerous have people who think like her in our congress. I don't think that she should be in there. I think New York hopefully will wake up and realize it's mistaking get rid of her in two years. Having said that it's actually really great politically that she's in there because Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will not be able to back this woman as she continues with this ridiculous rhetoric. Yeah. And it might push them to the center because she's pulling the whole party to the left good. It's funny. You mentioned that because later on in the story, I was reading because I guess Nancy Pelosi seemed really wary of of supporting this because I guess today. Let me see I guess political had asked Pelosi whether or not the committee be focusing on the green new deal and she dismissed the idea, quote, it'll be one of several or maybe many suggestions. We received. She said the green the green dream or whatever they call it. Nobody knows what it is that therefore it, right? Today. So the green dream. She's the speaker is is an onboard. And I guess when they release this there. I don't know where they're getting their facts that they said ninety two percent of Democrats and sixty four percent of Republicans support the green new deal. That's a lie. Ally. Who said that when they released their plan today Okaz Cortes Marquis. They both said that this. They've got support from. Ninety two percent of Democrats sixty four percent of Republicans support this deal. So I think what they're doing. I'll bet this is what they're talking about ninety two percent of all Democrats agree with something in there. Maybe sixty four percent of Republicans agree with something. And maybe there's one thing in there. That said, hey, let's make sure that we don't kill babies or so actually killing babies would be okay with them. Let's make sure that we plant a tree in our neighborhood. I mean, it's going to be something innocuous that many people would have a hard time saying, well, I'm against trees, or whatever believe me. There's no possible way of planet earth that even thirty percent of Democrats support it in its entirety, and they're not even zero percent of Republicans support it in. It's entirety. Nancy Pelosi kids aborted she's got a seven thirty seven or a seven forty seven at her at her waiting anytime. She snaps her fingers. She's got a gigantic plane get rid of a plane within ten years. Give me. That's a fun way to travel back to poop. Ville carries it appropriate to call severance Cisco cookeville. Well, I guess because there is a big Pook problem there. There's a. I think you should be called poop Ville. I don't either poop Ville or or San Hoopoe poop till I think feels. Yeah. I think so. Yeah. The first one. Yeah. All right. So we've got Abigail maroon coming up from a from campus reform dot org some nuttiness on campus. What are college students saying about the state of the union address? And yes, yes, toxic. Masculinity was a big topic around Super Bowl weekend. Give it here. Don't be in a job. Stay with the Joe pags.

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"hoopoe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jay, Jay, talking WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. We were talking about Queen. Elizabeth the seconds corgis and how. Lots of they had died and they weren't being replaced. It turns out she doesn't have to dogs. These at the time of this article, which was. April eighteen so, of course, things going to change. That's not the point the point is the two dogs. She has named Volkan and. Something else. Anyway, they're dorgis. And they are in fact, a cross between a dachshund corgi. I didn't know such a thing existed. I said I felt the kind of look that way. And it turns out that's a thing. Wow. Okay. Let's talk to Sean and Boston. Hey, sean. Hey, Bradley, how are you? Are you working? Yeah. Well, my break once break down there to south postal annex got it. Good. What do you? What do you have a break? What do you do did? Just had a few little little Mandarin oranges. Oh, okay. That sounds good. Good for you. Well, I break I have a banana. And I'll tell you why are you on a like a kick? No, no. I just tried. You know, try to eat healthy. So what do you what's going on? Well, the new David Bowie lives at the came out a couple three weeks ago, the Glastonbury two thousand no. Oh, yeah. It's really good. It's a to CD DVD things came out in the stores like three weeks ago before Christmas. It's really good. And you bought it and you'll love it. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, it's great. Yeah. My favorite song is stationed station. It's like a twelve minute version, but the first two minutes is like an instrumental thing, and it's like a train. Wow. Gearing up. It's really good. Now. Did you hear that song from the album station to station? Sure, I did. So this is quite true to the original. Okay. See I don't recall that in the original yet. But it's a it's a great live set, you know, and he just talks about how he hadn't played this. And it's like, you know, seventy two or something. And so here is the CD. It is. Green sleeves is the introduction wild is the wind China girl changes stay, which is my favorite one of my favorites. Life on Mars absolute beginners ashes to ashes rebel rebel little wonder, golden years. All the young dudes, the Manasota world station the station. Starman? Hello space boy under pressure. Ziggy stardust heroes. Let's dance. I'm afraid of Americans. And does a DVD which is great. I haven't watched the DVD. Wow. One thing that does. That that Hello space. Boy, I guess that was a song. He did with the pet. Shop boys. Really? They came out. Know that. So I looked it up. Wow. I've never heard that song before I heard that song before he also he he's done it. He's done it a bunch. I actually saw him. Do it live. Yeah. It's great. It's dry like CD to better than CD one. Okay. Fame all the young nudes. That's probably my favorite. So I mean, I know he wrote that further gave it to Mark the Hoopoe, right? Yes. I love that song. That's a great song. And heroes. I love as well. I want I want. I I wanted to charity onto a great rock song banned from Iceland. Okay. The band's name is kailua. Okay. L E. Oh, and the song is no good. And how did you? I can't stop listening to this song. I found out check it out soon as it's great. I mean in the leads the singer guitarist he's I mean, he's a good looking guy. He could be a male model. Halio? Okay, KFI. Yeah. That's good. It's an unbelievable song. I went out and bought the album after I heard that song in the album kind of all over the place. Yeah. So let's get a little background. Unbelievable. Let's get a little background Iceland is landing the front guys named JJ. Julius son S O N. He's. Risen to the ranks of contemporary rock global success and the album was recorded in Nashville. The great video of no good recorded at the record pressing plants. It seems real record pressing plants. And and the thing was produced by a guy named Jack wire king who also produced kings of Leon. Oh, all right. Tell you'll love this song guaranteed. Okay. And you can see them. I don't know if you want. It says a US headlight Nova there, electrifying live performances. Kelly O completely sold out that first US headline tour. And was a standout at Coachella lollapalooza bonnaroo and on and on I'm kicking myself because I was up in Hampton beach. I went up to see Frank Turner at the Hampton beach casino ballroom. Kailua was playing the next week. Kicking myself that I didn't go back up there to see them. So they're pretty popular. They saw their songs have been streamed over eight hundred and twenty million times. Oh, my wife is a couple of their songs in different TV shows. You said I know that song that was in this show. You know? A lot of them. They're kind of like a little mellow some of their songs good. I'm glad you turned me onto them. I'm telling you you like it and also that other band that I mentioned before Greta van sleep. They're going to be on Saturday Night Live this week good the Led Zeppelin band Led Zeppelin. All right. Let's upland junior. Beautiful. Well, thank you very much. John. Right. Weekend. Yeah. Going to go over to of to once have you been to once ballroom? No, great. It's right next to Highland kitchen. I've heard you speak to Highland kitchen before. So is it like a bar or a? It's a it's an old ballroom. But there was the ones wound up on the it's on the second floor, but that's a whole side of glass where you can look down onto those like the ballroom floor. You know, see the stage play on the wins. The glass opens up who's playing the lounge has really, you know. Nice. I got a pool table stuff. They serve food. All right. Hey, sean. Thank you, sir. All right. You take care. Thank you. Sean John's the connection for some of rock he goes to those games. You can see him there. It's busy S. News update. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump should not give his annual state of the union address before congress on January twenty ninth is planned. She says he should wait until the government reopens..

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"hoopoe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sports flash. Lebron James raiders first trip back to Cleveland eight years ago, visiting player with the heat Cavaliers fans weren't so. Nice to have our is not the case last night is LeBron received a nice ovation from the fans at Quicken Loans arena is James was back in town with the Lakers. And then after that the Lakers trail by eight points in the fourth quarter. Lebron would lead the Lakers to a one zero nine one zero five win over the Cavs must haven right there. No, my sanctuary was I about on a floor. You know, the main thing is the main thing and try to go out and execute offensively and defensively in LeBron finished with thirty two points, fourteen rebounds, and seven assists. Elsewhere in the NBA the thunder beat the warriors won twenty three ninety five kings wore nineteen jazz one ten grizzlies one zero four Spurs one zero three bucks over the blazers. One forty three one hundred anesthetic Hoopoe thirty three points, sixteen rebounds, nine assess nuggets down the T wolves one zero three one one Mavericks won nineteen that's thirteen rockets over the pistons won twenty six hundred twenty four bulls won twenty four sons one sixteen mixer over the Celtics one seven zero nine Hornets twenty seven Pacers one zero nine the Sixers beat the pelicans one Twenty-one twenty in the raptors over the hawks one twenty four one eight college basketball in the final Maui invitational. Number three in Zaragoza, beating number one..

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"hoopoe" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"But on the back end, the story that was told the reason why he didn't want father at the house was called father heads stole two hundred fifty thousand dollars out of the account that he had now I heard right. That's what I'm saying. I heard stories sock. It circulating. But here's the thing. If if so you punch in the face because what daddy number one she was in cahoots with it. Fucking shit in the house. So the measure Hoopoe who was at the house when he pulled up everybody. Here's my question. Why does he okay? Let's like this fabric. Can we say that money MO problems fabric? You mean the TME fair? I'm gonna get them. Getting large changed my point is right here me personally. Would you have gotten a lot chain control? His dog was off the leash would you have gotten? What have you have gotten the locks changed? How can you lock out your spouse? They went married they didn't get married to a recently you show. That's what they said. That would aid say. Ages. They win married. That's how they was able to compare to testify against him at first because she went on press charges. You can you cannot legally compel whitest spouse of right now justify that's why she married. They. She married after he knocked firts outright. So evidently isn't more to the store. Oh. I've known people who have got. Today. I mean, we all know that. But at the end of the day, if I mean in the day as an adult whether it be daughter, mama. Whoever may be they make that decision now as a father, of course, you're going to be compelled to be the savior for that situation. But if she made that conscious decision to say, okay. Well, look, and she might look in the mirror and look at her transgressions of what may have caused the situation because there's always two sides of the story. So maybe she said, you know, what, hey, this is how it is transpired because of this accident this action. So guess what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna go ahead and do this. Or that way. He's not prosecuted on this end for whatever reason. So here's my thing. Barring number one. If your dad is two hundred fifty thousand dollars from me if you in cahoots with them number one, you're getting out of my house. I'm may sue you. Because that's not a gift. That's and it's proven number one. That's not. That's not. That's not a comic. Shame. What joining let me finish Nafez a joint account, then there's no grounds. But the thing is your father still have to see me. Now, you're getting out of my house that relationship is over because you just two hundred thousand dollars from me here that's quarter million dollars, which I got three keys. Oh, no. That ain't jobs put saying that ain't gonna throw away the whole house over two hundred. I'm rich. I want you to answer the hallway. Yeah. The mom. Yes. You had to go that Dan what she'll take the key is to and. I got I I don't know. I can't afford lawyer. She came because I am her income. No gotta shit poppin because of him I can afford low you no she she was on her way before fast 'cause she was his style. Okay. Stylus demis. You worked for me. Right. She she got she stealing money. She had more clients because her. As Dopp, which means you stole money for me. Oh, let's go on this all the way down. I'm I'm going to court. I'm getting the best lawyers. And I'm getting my rifle visitation and possibly custody myself because because all white choosing me ninety day. My thought process is really couldn't king go here. She laid data bar. He's all right. You you your data stole from me. So now, you're got see me too. Now, here's why I have an issue with that. With the way the video Plato. Everybody was over there. Right. Like you say they have the car he went straight to threaten her. Why that grown man standing that? When he spoke to him grow man back to here's my thing. If I see that grown, man, I'm putting hands to him because that's who stole from me. And I got security with me. If I got think about it. I got I got the pit bulls. We we come into get you straight up off top point blank period. Now. But now, this is just my thought process, and I've been some situations now in my life..

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"hoopoe" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on KNSS

"I don't know. It's it that's a similarity. Some of the descriptions, I I would have to leak through it here to find one. But it seems like the witnesses are saying that the wild men have clothes or items of clothing or just a loin skin kind of a thing which suggests to me, maybe they were you may be re they really were literally wild men out there. Well, unusually and occasionally even nowadays you hear about Bigfoot wearing clothing and kind of goes on explainable because why would they do that? But. You know, maybe it's some association, maybe they're trying to break a barrier if they're seen maybe they think they'll be accepted more if they're seeing maybe people won't be. So scared. You know, we could all throw in our conjecture about why that may be happening. But it happens too often for people to be fabricating it, I I hear it occasionally. But not very often. If you were to communicate with the tribe, these days a modern tribe. That would still perhaps be in contact other than hookah says are there any other tribes would say people that have a relationship ongoing with the whatever these things are. I would say it's almost everyone. I mean, there's there's famous stories out of Arizona and New Mexico and the high plains out there where they have these and there's many times in association between and this is where they could people start their head starts spinning. But fact, where there's this association between Bigfoot in UFO's, even in the Hoopoe book. I wrote that many of the tribal people said that they saw a UFO and close time and space to the point where they saw big foot and they regularly saw UFO's on many of the tribal grounds. And when you talk to these tribal members the elders they believe they came from the stars. And. And they're they're not what's the have your trust. They will tell you. Hey, you know, there's this association between us and them, and they're different kind of tribe and different kinds of people, but they came from the same place we did. And when you start to go back, and you look at the history of these certain areas, there's a lot of tribal people that will tell you we've had visitations for hundreds and hundreds of years going back in time. And almost all of them believe that they came from the stars. Well, there are an awful lot of associations between these creatures being cited in proximity to UFO's. And it makes everyone uncomfortable the Bigfoot people the die hards don't like it, the UFO diehards like even less. They're not comfortable with that at all. But you have to follow it where it leads. And you know, I I don't have a conviction on it either. I don't know what these things are you up O's are where they're from. But there's enough cases over the centuries and. A lot more of them. Now. Thanks to this new book, you can't ignore it. I thought the interest. There was a couple of stories clippings where there are reputable witnesses who say they saw these creatures engaging with cows milking cows. So this is the part that really really is unusual several years ago. What am I best friends their parents on a dairy farm? And I started talking to him about this. And I said, you know, I I keep reading that. They may be milking cows, you know, what do you think about that? And he goes, you know, let me go talk to my parents. So they own a huge dairy farm, and he went out there and talk to them. And it's all I think he's eighty years old. This guy's dad and he looked at him. And he said, you know, every once in a while my Cal will come back from nowhere completely milked. He goes, I don't understand it. The same man told him he says, you know, every once in a while I'm on the far quarter my property and something tells me don't turn around get back on the horse or get back on my ATV leave and he does. And then the man said, well, you know, every once in a while I found a bucket way out in the corner of the property. I don't know how it got there. Dogs. I think when you get the trust some of these dairy farmers way out in the middle. They're going to tell you the same thing because I've heard it many times. You know, there are some funny stories they're not in this book, but recalled I think you, and I have talked about before about Bigfoot what they eat, and they'll kind of particular this image of a big foot milking a cow sticks in my head. But I mean, they've been known to eat a lot of berries and different kinds of fruit. Do they eat meat as far as you know? According to the tribal people who have seen him, take, dear et cetera. There an omnivore and many times when the natives are in the middle of the woods hunting themselves. They'll come across a deer that stuck up in a tree and I two hundred and fifty pound dear. Native guy couldn't have done it. They don't know how it got way up in the tree and it's important eight or hurricane zone. So how did it get their day Politis Bigfoot? While Bennett giants is the book in a moment will open up the phone lines with your calls and questions and comments white flag into the break here.

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"hoopoe" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on KGO 810

"Well, unusually and occasionally even nowadays you hear about Bigfoot wearing clothing and kind of goes unexplainable because why would they do that? But. You know, maybe it's some association, maybe they're trying to break a barrier if they're seen maybe they think they'll be accepted more if they're seeing maybe people won't be. So scared. You know, we all throw in our conjecture about why that may be happening. But it happens too often for people to be fabricating it, I I hear it occasionally. But not very often. If you were to communicate with the tribe, these days a modern tribe. That would still perhaps be in contact other than the hoop is are there any other tribes? It would say people that have a relationship ongoing with the whatever these things are. I would say it's almost everyone. I mean, there's there's famous stories out of Arizona and New Mexico in the high plains out there where they have these and there's many times in association between and this is where people start their head starts spinning. But fact, where there's this association between Bigfoot in UFO's, even in the Hoopoe book. I wrote that many of the tribal people said that they saw a UFO in close time and space to the point where they saw big foot and they regularly saw UFO's on many of the tribal grounds. And when you talk to these tribal members the elders they believe they came from the stars. And they're they're not once they have your trust. They will tell you. Hey, you know, there's this association between us and them, and there are different kinds of tribe and different kinds of people, but they came from the same place we did. And when you. Start to go back, and you look at the history of these certain areas, there's a lot of tribal people that will tell you we've had visitations for hundreds and hundreds of years going back in time, and almost all of them believe that they came from the stars. Well, there are an awful lot of associations between these creatures being cited in proximity to UFO's. And it makes everyone uncomfortable the Bigfoot people the die hards don't like it, the UFO diehards like it, even less. They're not comfortable with that at all. But you have to follow it where it leads. And you know, I I don't have a conviction on it either. I don't know what these things are you off os are where they're from. But there's enough cases over the centuries and a lot more of them. Now. Thanks to this new book, you can't ignore it. I thought the interest. There was a couple of stories clippings where there are reputable witnesses who say they saw these creatures. Engaging with cows milking cows. So this is the part that really really is unusual several years ago. One of my best friends their parents on a dairy farm. I started talking to him about this. And I said, you know, I I keep reading that. They may be milking cows, you know, what do you think about that? And he goes, you know, let me go talk to my parents. So they own a huge dairy for anyone out there and talk to them and this all this. I think he's eighty years old. This guy's dad and he looked at him. And he said, you know, every once in a while Mike Cal will come back from nowhere completely milked. He goes, I don't understand it. The same man told him he says, you know, every once in a while I'm on the far quarter my property and something tells me don't turn around get back on the horse or get back on my ATV and leave and he does. And then the man said, well, you know, every once in a while I found a bucket way out in the corner of the property. I don't know how it got there. Dogs. I think when you get the trust of some of these dairy farmers way out in the middle. They're going to tell you the same thing because I've heard it many times. You know, there are some funny stories they're not in this book. But every called I think you and I have talked about before about Bigfoot what they eat. And you know, they're kind of particular this image of a big foot milking a cow sticks in my head. But I mean, they've been known day eat a lot of berries and different kinds of fruit. Do they eat meat as far as you know? According to the tribal people who have seen him take deer etcetera there omnivore and many times when the natives are in the middle of the woods hunting themselves. They'll come across a deer stuck up in a tree and I two hundred and fifty pound dear. Native guy couldn't have done. It got way up in the tree. And sounds NATO or hurricane zones. So how did it get their day Politis Bigfoot wild? Ben and giants is the book in a moment will open up the phone lines with your.

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"hoopoe" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on KGO 810

"To coast to coast AM on K G L eight ten. Welcome back. My first guest is well known to coast audiences for his groundbreaking work on what's become a wildly successful and respected investigative project. The missing for one one series of books and a documentary film by that title. In fact, day Politis was here last month to talk about the latest in that series. He's broadened his his web is net and his focus again, the popularity of those books has overshadowed his original project, the one that got him on the path of pursuing missing persons cases, ten years ago next month, Dave made his first appearance on this program with me to talk about the hookah project a groundbreaking investigation into the big put mystery in which Dave applied, many of the techniques and strategies he learned as a police officer to the sasquatch legend immersed himself in it lived among the Hoopoe, people of northern California and employed. The talents of a forensic sketch artists to give accurate portrayals of what? People have been seeing for a very long time. Well, it may have been focusing on missing four one one but last few years, but never lost interest in Bigfoot. So here he is with a new work. It's an archive of Bigfoot and wild man stories news reports dating all the way back to the year sixteen eighty and while I think Davis probably not likely to take a position on what the answer to the mystery might be. He has pulled together a pretty amazing collection of reports from eye. Witnesses newspapers journalists hunters and others who've seen these creatures up close and personal day. Politis? Welcome back. Hey, George, thanks again for having me. Absolutely. So times on the show. And I appreciate it. So returning to work on Bigfoot. Does this feel like you're dating your ex? It's it's kind of odd. Like you said, it's it's always been stewing in the background. And it's something that's always had my interest. I I think it's an elusive topic that there's a lot of conjecture out there. But not a lot of facts. You'd never stopped working on did you? I mean, you're focused may have been elsewhere. But it's always been sort of you kept them. I out for articles and information. You know, I can't say that I've committed much energy to it in the last seven eight years. Focused on missing people. But when you're going through the archives, and you're trying to pull out articles about missing people. I'm always reading about all kinds of things that I see on these first pages of news news articles, and such and I started come across these. These stories about something that looked like Dixon when you read the articles. But when you read the title it ninety percent of the time, it'll say wild man, and I hadn't done a lot of archive work on the topic before. But. You know, eight years of digging through these archives for missing people articles. I just started to pull them and put them in a folder and over the years. It got large. And eventually, I said, you know, this is pretty intriguing I think even if you're an optimist or pessimist on the topic. It's it's convincing that something over the years has been around us, and it's been documented, and it shows this historic last week that most people don't understand. We're going to get into the specifics articles about Bigfoot wild men and giants and sometimes they're the same and sometimes they're different. But I wanted to just for those who were not listening ten years ago when you were first year can you recap the Hoopoe project? How you got started on that what you learned and how it kinda got its hooks into you all these years later. So I I never had a dog in the fight. I was working for a technology company. I was getting ready to retire. Raise a couple of kids and to the guys I was working with it were superwealthy came to me, and they sat me in this room. And they told a story that independently without knowing each other when they were kids they had a big foot encounter in the mountains of the Sierra. And they found each other later in business and in a weird sort of coincidence. They start talking about Bigfoot and they found each other. And and we're shocked that the each had a similar encounter. And they said, you know, Dave, we have twenty years as a police officer. Or you have years of investigating an HR. You're the guy really to give it that independent. Look, we'll finance. It. You go about it at your own pace. You know, your kids to raise that help us out with this. We really we really wanna find out and initially I said, no. And they kept coming back coming back, and they said at your own pace, you can do it. So I I wonder about looking for an area that had a few things. First of all I wanted internet I needed hotel. And I knew that there was native American history with the topic that ran deep and I needed within say six to eight hour driving location from where I lived at the time in Los Gatos, California, and I coordinate down the area to Hoopoe, which is about thirty miles. South of bluff creek Patterson, give them when film was making sixty seven. So I started to do some geographical research, some topic graphical some weather, and I started to bring this together. And then I went up there and make contact with the Hoopoe police police background, I approach them. And I said, hey, maybe could break down some doors for me. I'm not gonna I'm not going to stretch the truth. I'm going to tell the truth and every witness comes forward. They're going to have to write an affidavit to what they saw under penalty of perjury. And I wanted to raise the bar on the topic a little bit. So that there would be no question about what was stated because they'd sign it and there'd be no question about if the story was fabricated because it was done under perjury. So I started that route in a couple of the cops their new many of the elders. And this was so helpful and breaking down the doors. These guys would introduce me. And they'd say, hey, you can trust this guy. He's a friend. He's credible. And that's the way it got started. And after I heard maybe ten or fifteen of these stories from ultra credible people in and out of the tribe was a store manager that ran this big store Hoopoe that lived miles away who saw one coming into town. I started to think about my police days, and I used to work with a forensic artists. That was just phenomenal. And he would sit down with a witness be able to draw the sketch from just a witness statements and the results were amazing. But I wanted something a slightly different. So I could align this person with a tribal setting and native Americans and found a diamond unbelievable luck an individual name Harvey Pratt who was assistant director of the Oklahoma bureau of investigation and the chief forensic artists FBI trained for the state of Oklahoma and Harvey's not only a world famous artist. He's outstanding law enforcement person and Harvey and I met and right away. We just quick like brothers. And when Harvey would sit down with say a witness to a robbery. And draw the sketch of the suspect and the suspect was later caught. I swear to you. It is like the suspect was in the room and Harvard. You the sketch of the suspect that is how accurate this man is. And so when I brought him into the native American tribe. They mmediately accepted him because he's a cheyenne-arapaho native American chief got a law enforcement background. So it can kind of smell when it happens and Harvey, and I have done this for a long time now together, and we're best friends. We did two books that Hooper project, and then we did a follow up book called tribal Bigfoot where he went outside of hookah and draw sketches of what other people saw again took statements under penalty of perjury. And. Kind of how it started. You said you don't have a dog in the fight meeting. You're not committed to one position or another because there are several different camps in the Bigfoot world, right? Oh, bingo. I started the most local the most audacious the most vulgar are probably the people who believe it's an eight, and they will run you over they will demean you. They will do anything to push that cause. But since they were the most outspoken, I thought well, it's supposed to be true. And I kind of went down that path thinking, well, it must be a must be some kind of background. But I still kept that open mind in when we the first day that we sat down with the people in and around hoop. Andrew the sketches Harvey, myself and Harvey's wife, Gina Pratt. Also, an agent for in Oklahoma. We were sat in stunned disbelief because the sketches were very, Mike. Yeah. They were huge. Yeah. They had hair all over the body. But there was a human quality that you just couldn't miss and they didn't look like apes. They didn't have that eight characteristics that you would think of in a face in a chest cetera. And it was just shocking. And when the witnesses saw the sketches to a lady into a man, they would consistently say Harvey. You nailed it that if xactly what you look like. And when you talk the elders they would consistently say, this is another tribe of people. He's on animals, either people. They had sort of developed a relationship with them at least coexistence, right? Yeah. In the tribal area, I met the one of the managers presidents, chairman of the tribe, and they said, so they looked at a map they said, so this is their area. We don't go in there. And this is your area this is our area, and if they can come into our area and they do regularly, and that's why we see him. Wondering about the hookah areas? The trinity river, I great, salmon and steelhead area has just so much wildlife. And if you drive through Hoopoe from willow creek, you'll notice that there are more berry bushes on the roadways and the surrounding mountains and I've ever seen anywhere in the world. And there's this association with berries and Bigfoot over the years that if you pay attention, and you do the research something about that. And I I know that they're seeing eating a lot. But it's just an odd. Coincidence. Can you? I don't wanna go to deep into the woods, literally and figuratively. But you could use summarize as a law man as a former law man, the state of the evidence about this. Whether you'd say, there's there's is there sufficient evidence that something is real here that we just haven't quite figured out. So several years of walking down that path. I knew that DNA is the real answer to any solution of animal life or human life. And there were a series of people that I met on this journey that were absolutely ultra credible. Many of them didn't wanna talk about it, many of them didn't want to be visible about it. But all of them said. Yeah, we're in on this. Let's let's get the DNA, and George I gotta thank you that many years ago you brought on and at my request a PHD named Melba Ketchum, and Dr Ketchum was one of the few people in the world that was willing to go into the lab and DNA test hairs, tissue, blood, etc. That we'd bring in and on your show. We said, hey, we need other samples from throughout North America to test to kind of get a cross section of what we're dealing with. And that led to one hundred and ten samples being submitted many of them were were hair, and with the hair, you need, the follicle to get the might of Conrail DNA, and then other people came forward with a tissue. Sample blood saliva and all of this Melba worked through incredibly well to figure out the solution and the chemical way to extract in read this DNA. And the amazing part was is that we got nuclear DNA. And what this showed was that the five head went back twelve to fifteen thousand years on the female side to the Arab region to Jerusalem to Jordan into that part of the world..

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"hoopoe" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Well, unusually and occasionally even nowadays you hear about Bigfoot wearing clothing and kind of goes unexplainable because why would they do that? But. You know, maybe it's some association, maybe they're trying to break a barrier if they're seen maybe they think they'll be accepted more if they're seeing maybe people won't be. So scared. You know, we could all throw in our conjecture about why that may be happening. But it happens too often for people to be fabricating it I hear it occasionally. But not very often. If you were to communicate with the tribe, these days a modern tribe. That would still perhaps be in contact other than the hoop is are there any other tribes? It would say people that have a relationship ongoing with whatever these things are. I would say it's almost everyone. I mean, there's there's famous stories out of New Mexico in the high plains out there where they have these. And there's many times in his sociation between and this is where people start their head starts spinning. But fat where there's this association between Bigfoot in UFO's, even in the Hoopoe book. I wrote that many of the tribal people said that they saw a UFO in close time and space to the point where they saw big foot and they regularly saw photos on many of the tribal grounds. And when you talk to these tribal members the elders they believe they came from the stars. And they're they're not once they have your trust. They will tell you. Hey, you know, there's this association between us and them, and there are different kinds of tribe and different kinds of people, but they came from the same place we did. And when you. Start to go back, and you look at the history of these certain areas, there's a lot of tribal people that will tell you we've had visitations for hundreds and hundreds of years going back in time, and almost all of them believe that they came from the stars. Well, there are an awful lot of associations between these creatures being cited in proximity to UFO's. And it makes everyone uncomfortable the Bigfoot people the die hards don't like it. The u up. Oh, diehards like it, even less. They're not comfortable with that at all. But you have to follow it where it leads. And you know, I I don't have a conviction on it either. I don't know what these things are you off os are where they're from. But there's enough cases over the centuries and a lot more of them. Now. Thanks to this new book, you can't ignore it. I thought the interest. There was a couple of stories clippings where there are reputable witnesses who say they saw these creatures. Engaging with cows milking cows. So this is the part that really really is unusual several years ago. One of my best friends their parents on a dairy farm. And I started talking to him about this. And I said, you know, I I keep reading that. They may be milking cows, you know, what do you think about that? Because you know, let me go talk to my parents. So they own a huge dairy farm, and he went out there and talk to him and this all this. I think he's eighty years old. This guy's dad and he looked at him. And he said, you know, every once in a while Mike how will come back from nowhere completely milked. He goes, I don't understand it. The same man told him he says, you know, every once in a while I'm on the far quarter my property and something tells me don't turn around get back on the horse or get back on my ATV and leave and he does. And then the man said, well, you know, every once in a while I found a bucket way out in the corner of the property. I don't know how it got there. Dogs. I think when you get the trust of some of these dairy farmers way out in the middle. They're going to tell you the same thing because I've heard it many times. You know, there are some funny stories they're not in this book. But recalled I think you, and I have talked about before about big foot what they eat, and they'll, you know, their particular this image of a Bigfoot milking a cow sticks in my head. But I mean, they've been known to eat a lot of berries and different kinds of fruit. Do they eat meat as far as you know? According to the tribal people who have seen him, take, dear et cetera. There an omnivore and many times when the natives are in the middle of the woods putting themselves. They'll come across a deer stuck up in a tree. And I two hundred and fifty pound dear. Native guy couldn't have done it. Way up in the tree and tornado or hurricane zones. So how did it get their day Politis Bigfoot while Ben and giants is the book in a moment will open up the phone lines with your calls and questions.

UFO Mike Ben New Mexico Hoopoe eighty years fifty pound
"hoopoe" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on WLAC

"Maybe they were you may be rid. They really were literally wild men out there. Well, unusually and occasionally even nowadays you hear about Bigfoot wearing clothing and kind of goes unexplainable because why would they do that? But. You know, maybe it's some association, maybe they're trying to break a barrier if they're seen maybe they think they'll be accepted more if they're seeing maybe people won't be so scared. You know, we could all throw in our conjecture about why that may be happening. But it happens too often for people to be fabricating it I hear it occasionally. But not very often. If you were to communicate with the tribe, these days a modern tribe. That would still perhaps be in contact other than the hoop is are there any other tribes? It would say people that have a relationship ongoing with whatever these things are. I would say it's almost everyone. I mean, there's there's famous stories out of Arizona and New Mexico in the high plains out there where they have these. And there's many times in a sociation between and this is where they quit people start their head starts spinning. But fact, where there's this association between Bigfoot in UFO's, even in the Hoopoe book. I wrote that many of tribal people said that they saw a UFO and close time and space to the point where they saw big foot and they regularly saw photos on many of the tribal grounds. And when you talk to these tribal members the elders they believe they came from the stars. And. And they're they're not what's they have your trust. They will tell you. Hey, you know, there's this association between us and them. There are different kinds of tribe and different kinds of people, but they came from the same place we did. And when you start to go back, and you look at the history of these certain areas, there's a lot of tribal people that will tell you we've had visitations for hundreds and hundreds of years going back in time, and almost all of them believe that they came from the stars. Well, there are an awful lot of associations between these creatures being cited in proximity to UFO's. And it makes everyone uncomfortable the Bigfoot people the diehards don't like it, the UFO diehards like it, even less. They're not comfortable with that at all. But you have to follow it where it leads. And you know, I I don't have a conviction on it either. I don't know what these things are you off os are where they're from. But there's enough cases over the centuries and a lot more of them. Now. Thanks to this new book, you can't ignore it. I thought the interest. There was a couple of stories clippings where there are reputable witnesses who say they saw these creatures. Engaging with cows milking cows. So this is the part that really really is unusual several years ago. One of my best friends their parents on a dairy farm. And I started talking to him about this. And I said, you know, I I keep reading that. They may be milking cows, you know, what do you think about that? Because you know, let me go talk to my parents. So they own a huge dairy farm, and he went out there and talk to them and this all this. I think he's eighty years old. This guy's dad and he looked at him. And he said, you know, every once in a while my Cal will come back from nowhere completely milked. Goes I don't understand it. Then the same man told him he says, you know, every once in a while I'm going too far quarter my property and something tells me don't turn around get back on the horse or get back on my ATV and leave and he does. And then the man said, well, you know, every once in a while I found a bucket way out in the corner of the property. I don't know how it got there. Dogs. I think when you get the trust of some of these dairy farmers way out in the middle. They're going to tell you the same thing because I've heard it many times. You know, there are some funny stories they're not in this book. But I've recalled I think you, and I have talked about before about Bigfoot what they eat, and they'll, you know, their particular this image of a Bigfoot milking a cow sticks in my head. But I mean, they've been known to eat a lot of berries and different kinds of fruit. Do they eat meat as far as you know? According to the tribal people who have seen him, take, dear et cetera. There an omnivore and many times when the natives are in the.

UFO Hoopoe Arizona New Mexico eighty years
"hoopoe" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Wild men have clothes or items of clothing or just a loin skin kind of a thing which suggests to me, maybe they were Uman's may be re they really were literally wild men out there. Well, unusually and occasionally even nowadays you hear about Bigfoot wearing clothing and kind of goes unexplainable because why would they do that? But. You know, maybe it's some association, maybe they're trying to break a barrier if they're seen maybe they think they'll be accepted more if they're seeing maybe people won't be. So scared. You know, we all throw in our conjecture about why that may be happening. But it happens too often for people to be fabricating a heretic Asian, but not very often. If you were to communicate with the tribe these days at a modern tribe. That would still perhaps be in contact other than the hoop is are there any other tribes? It would say people that have a relationship ongoing with whatever these things are. I would say it's almost everyone. I mean, there's there's famous stories out of Arizona and New Mexico on the high plains out there where they have these. And there's many times in association between and this is where. Bickford people start their head starts spinning. But fact, where there's this association between Bigfoot in UFO's, even in the Hoopoe book. I wrote that many of the tribal people said that they saw a UFO in close time and space to the point where they saw big foot and they regularly saw UFO's on many of the tribal grounds. And when you talk to these tribal members the elders they believe they came from the stars. And they're they're not once they have your trust. They will tell you. Hey, you know, there's this association between us and them. There are different kind of tribe and different kinds of people, but they came from the same place we did. And when you start to go back, and you look at the history of these certain areas, there's a lot of tribal people that will tell you we've had visitations for hundreds and hundreds of years going back in time, and almost all of them believe that they came from. The stars. Well, there are an awful lot of associations between these creatures being cited in proximity to UFO's. And it makes everyone uncomfortable the Bigfoot people the die hards don't like it, the UFO diehards like even less. They they're not comfortable with that at all. But you have to follow it where it leads. And you know, I I don't have a conviction on it either. I don't know what these things are you off os are where they're from. But there's enough cases over the centuries and a lot more of them. Now. Thanks to this new book, you can't ignore it. I thought the interest. There was a couple of stories clippings where there are reputable witnesses who say they saw these creatures engaging with cows milking cows. So this is the part that really really is unusual several years ago. One of my best friends their parents on a dairy farm. And I started talking to him about this. And I said, you know, I I keep reading that. They may be milking cows, you know, what do you think about that? And he goes, you know, let me go talk to my parents. So they own a huge dairy farm, and he went out there and talk to them and this all this. I think he's eighty years old. This guy's dad and he looked at him. And he said, you know, every once in a while Mike Cal will come back from nowhere completely milked. He goes, I don't understand it. Then the same man told him he says, you know, every once in a while I'm on the far quarter. My property something tells me don't turn around get back on the horse or get back on my ATV leave and he does. And then the man said, well, you know, every once in a while I found a bucket way out in the corner of the property. I don't know how it got there. Dogs. I think when you get the trust of some of these dairy farmers way out in the middle. They're going to tell you the same thing because I've heard it many times. You know, there are some funny stories, I they're not in this book, but recalled I think you, and I have talked about before about Bigfoot what they eat, and they'll kind of particular this image of a Bigfoot milking a cow sticks in my head. But I mean, they've been known to eat a lot of berries and different kinds of fruit. Do they eat meat as far as you know? According to the tribal people who have seen him, take deer, etc. There an omnivore and many times when the natives are in the middle.

UFO Mike Cal Uman Bickford Hoopoe Arizona New Mexico eighty years
"hoopoe" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"You know, some of the descriptions, obviously, a you have to take him in a cultural context now, I don't remember when the jungle book was written but mogul the character Moakley. You know, he's described that description is used in a couple of the newspaper clippings from that era that you've collected here. Correct. And I people always tell me, well, what about the Star Wars creature that looks like big foot? That's kinda strange. That it was inspired by maybe. Yeah. I don't know. It's it's it's a similarity. Some of the descriptions, I I would have to leak through it here to find one. But it seems like the witnesses are saying that the wild men have clothes or items of clothing or just a loin skin kind of a thing which suggests to me, maybe they were you may be re they really were literally wild men out there. Well, unusually and occasionally even nowadays you hear about Bigfoot wearing clothing and kind of goes unexplainable because why would they do that? But. You know, maybe it's some association, maybe they're trying to break a barrier if they're seen maybe they think they'll be accepted more if they're seeing maybe people won't be so scared. You know, we could throw in our conjecture about why that may be happening. But it happens too often for people to be fabricating it a heretic. Occasionally, but not very often. If you were to communicate with the tribe, these days a modern tribe. That would still perhaps be in contact other than the hoops. Are there any other tribes? It would say people that have a relationship ongoing with whatever these things are. I would say it's almost everyone. I mean, there's there's famous stories out of Arizona and New Mexico in the high plains out there where they have these. And there's many times in a sociation between and this is where people start their head starts spinning. But fact, where there's this association between Bigfoot in UFO's, even in the Hoopoe book. I wrote that many of the tribal people said that they saw a UFO and close time and space to the point where they saw big foot and they regularly saw UFO's on many of the tribal grounds. And when you talk to these tribal members the elders they believe they came from the stars. And. And they're they're not what's they have your trust. They will tell you. Hey, you know, there's this association between us and them, and there are different kinds of tribe and different kinds of people, but they came from the same place we did. And when you start to go back, and you look at the history of these certain areas, there's a lot of tribal people that will tell you we've had visitations for hundreds and hundreds of years going back in time, and almost all of them believe that they came from the stars. Well, there are an awful lot of associations between these creatures being cited in proximity to you does. And it makes everyone uncomfortable. The big foot people the hards don't like it, the UFO diehards like it, even less. They're not comfortable with that at all. But you have to follow it where it leads. And you know, I I don't have a conviction on it either. I don't know what these things are what you off os are where they're from. But there's enough cases over the centuries and a lot more of them. Now. Thanks to this new book, you can't ignore it. I thought the interest. There was a couple of stories clippings where there are reputable witnesses who say they saw these creatures. Engaging with cals milking cows. So this is the part that really really is unusual several years ago. One of my best friends their parents on a dairy farm. And I started talking to him about this. And I said, you know, I keep reading that. They may be milking cows, you know, what do you think about that? And he goes, you know, let me go talk to my parents. So they own a huge dairy farm, and he went out there and talk to him and this all this. I think he's eighty years old. This guy's dad and he looked at him. And he said, you know, every once in a while my Cal will come back from nowhere completely milked. He goes, I don't understand it. Then the same man told him he says, you know, every once in a while, I'm on the far corner my property and something tells me don't turn around get back on the horse or get back on my ATV and leave and he does. And then the man said, well, you know, every once in a while I found a bucket way out in the corner of the property. I don't know how it got there. Dogs. I think when you get the trust of some of these dairy farmers way out in the middle. They're going to tell you the same thing because I've heard it many times. You know, there are some funny stories they're not in this book. But I've recalled I think you, and I have talked about before about Bigfoot what they eat, and they'll, you know, their particular this image of a Bigfoot milking a cow sticks in my head. But I mean, they've been known to eat a lot of berries and different kinds of fruit. Do they eat meat as far as you know? According to the tribal people who have seen him, take dear cetera there, an omnivore and many times when the natives are in the middle of the woods hunting themselves. They'll come across a deer stuck up a tree and I two hundred and fifty pound dear. Native guy couldn't have done it. They don't know how it got way up in the tree and tornado or hurricane zones. So how did it get their day? Politis Bigfoot wild Benon giants is the book in a moment. We'll open up the phone lines with your calls and questions and comments white flag into.

UFO Hoopoe Arizona New Mexico eighty years fifty pound
"hoopoe" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Maybe they were Uman's may be re they really were literally wild men out there. Well, unusually and occasionally even nowadays you hear about Bigfoot wearing clothing and kind of goes unexplainable because why would they do that? But. You know, maybe it's some association, maybe they're trying to break a barrier if they're seen maybe they think they'll be accepted more if they're seeing maybe people won't be so scared. You know, we could all in our conjecture about why that may be happening. But it happens too often for people to be fabricating a heretic Asian, but not very often. If you were to communicate with the tribe these days at a modern tribe. That would still perhaps be in contact other than the hookah says are there any other tribes? It would say people that have a relationship ongoing with whatever these things are. I would say it's almost everyone. I mean, there's there's famous stories out of Arizona and New Mexico in the high plains out there where they have these and there's many times in association between and this is where. Bickford people start their head starts spinning. But fact. Where there's this association between Bigfoot in UFO's, even in the Hoopoe book. I wrote that many of the tribal people said that they saw a UFO in time and space to the point where they saw big foot and they regularly saw UFO's on many of the tribal grounds. And when you talk to these tribal members the elders they believe they came from the stars. And they're they're not once they have your trust. They will tell you. Hey, you know, there's this association between us and them, and there are different kinds of tribe and different kinds of people, but they came from the same place we did. And when you start to go back, and you look at the history of these certain areas, there's a lot of tribal people that will tell you we've had visitations for hundreds and hundreds of years going back in time, and almost all of them believe that they came from the stars. Well, there are an awful lot of associations between these creatures being cited in proximity to UFO's. And it makes everyone uncomfortable the Bigfoot people the die hards don't like it, the UFO diehards like it, even less. They're not comfortable with that at all. But you have to follow it where it leads. And you know, I I don't have a conviction on it either. I don't know what these things are you off os are where they're from. But there's enough cases over the centuries and a lot more of them. Now. Thanks to this new book, you can't ignore it. I thought the there was a couple of stories clippings where there are reputable witnesses who say they saw these creatures. Engaging with cals milking cows. So this is the part that really really is unusual several years ago. One of my best friends their parents on a dairy farm. And I started talking to him about this. And I said, you know, I I keep reading that. They may be milking cows. You know, what do you think about that? Because you know, I'm gonna talk to my parents. So they own a huge dairy farm anyone out there and talk to them and this all this. I think he's eighty years old. This guy's dad and he looked at him. And he said, you know, every once in a while Mike Cal will come back from nowhere completely milked. He goes, I don't understand it. The same man told him he says, you know, every once in a while I'm on the far quarter my property and something tells me don't turn around get back on the horse or get back on my ATV and leave and he does. And then the man said, well, you know, every once in a while I found a bucket way out in the corner of the property. I don't know how it got there. Dogs. I think when you get the trust of some of these dairy farmers way out in the middle. They're going to tell you the same thing because I've heard it many times. There are some funny stories they're not in this book. But recalled I think you, and I have talked about before about Bigfoot what they eat, and they'll had a particular this image of a Bigfoot milking a cow sticks in my head. But I mean, they've been known to eat a lot of berries and different kinds of fruit. Do they eat meat as far as you know? According to the tribal people who have seen him, take dear cetera there, an omnivore and many times when the natives are in the middle of the woods hunting themselves. They'll come across a deer stuck up in a tree. And I two hundred and fifty pound dear. Native guy couldn't have done it. They don't know how it got way up in the tree and its NATO or hurricane zones. So how did it get their day Politis Bigfoot while Ben and giants is the book in a moment will open up the phone lines with your calls and.

UFO Mike Cal Uman Bickford Hoopoe Arizona Ben New Mexico eighty years fifty pound
"hoopoe" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Can you hear me? We sure can't go ahead. Denise, okay. I watched the testimony of Dr ward to the interprets eating, and I remember at one point she was asked what was the thing that she remembered most about the entire alleged attack. And she said that she lost a laughing of the of the two men in the room earlier, she had said that during the alleged attack. She had her mouth covered by judge Kavanagh's hand. And that at that point. She was great. She was really worried that she might even kill her that she might not be debris that seems like it would be the Atlanta most memorable out of the entire experience rather than the fact that they were laughing. So that just calls into question her veracity. I believe Denise, do you believe her do you believe her story? I am not certain that I do because of other things that she said as well. Also during her initial open statement, she said that once. Allegedly Judge Kevin had been thrown off of for whatever happened. She ran to the door and just ran out. Now beginning of that statement, she mentioned that they locked the door behind him when she went into the room. I think she would have struggled. I would've been in a panic, and I would have struggled with the door trying to unblock that she didn't even mentioned that she just said she got up and ran out. So that kind of makes me a little bit suspicious of author her conversation kidneys. Thank you. We'll move onto Charlie joining us from Waterville, Maine or line for independence, grabbing Charlie. The victim. I would like to say that some of the stuff that don't make sense. She was diving at the clubhouse pool, Patty and it supposedly he was trying to take her clothes off. And if agency Hoopoe to what they do on after they go swimming. They close. Jennifer from Saint Paul Minnesota. Good afternoon. Jennifer. Hi calling from Minnesota. I've been watching the hearings today and fall in the Senate news is seems to me that this isn't a hearing for Brett Kavanagh. But it's a hearing for the cars, and Kevin is being sacrificed for all women who have been assaulted, regardless. Whatever is true in the Ford case. He's the perfect lamb. Moment. Here's Senator dick Durbin..

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"hoopoe" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"hoopoe" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Cohen denied the moves had anything to do with the campaign and were simply part of a failed deal successful or not professional or personal one constant figure in so many of trump's deals over the years his loyal footsoldier michael cohen alex marquardt cnn new york up front next stadium notes on donald trump's fixation with oprah i'm a kinsey atwood and a stephen universe podcast is all about pearl and that means didi magna hall returns to talk about the character she voices when i first audition for the show it was for curl and safety but i don't know why i don't know if i made it up in my mind when i read the description that she was sort of like a mother lead type 2 stephen uhhuh i just kept saying that in believing that so listen to the steven universe podcast now at apple podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts his donald trump feeling threatened by oprah ginny most looks for answers well number one they were just too friendly mega celebrities what would you do differently young forget about it out purchase forget about it it's all calling each other by their first names well now president trump is tweeting about very insecure oprah winfrey biased and slanted hoopoe peron's so she can be exposed and defeated just like all the others this after the president launched her come on man moderating pro and anti trump voters on sixty minutes it was the insecure jab that had oprah supporters citing apart calling the kettle black insecure you for real there was a gift caption live footage of oprah caring about what you tweet peres hilton put words in oprah's mouth don't make me come over there tweeted a comedian donald trump calling oprah winfrey insecure is like batman versus superman calling black panther a flop in.

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