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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial
"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused
Eric Describes the Funniest Story From His New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'
"There are a lot of funny stories in the book. And usually when I do interviews, I don't get to tell these stories. I've got a glance over the top. But you just asked me about one of my favorites. I mean, I can't tell you how much joy I just laugh every time I think about it. But this was the discovery in 1979 of what's called the silver ketef scrolls. And what that means is these are incredibly tiny silver scrolls that were so tiny they were worn as amulets. And they had the priestly blessing the ironic blessing where the priests would say the lord bless you and keep you the lord make his countenance to shine upon you and give you peace. I mean, this holy thing from the scripture of written in silver in really Proto hebraic because this is from 6 50 BC. Anyway, but how was it found? Yes. I, if you read books and archeology, it'll sort of tell you, oh, this was discovered here here by so and so and so and so I was okay. But somehow, in my research, because I have fun doing the research, I discovered this weird backstory. And the more I dug the funnier it became. Yeah. Okay, here's the story. The guy whose last name, oh gosh, what is it? It's Barack. I can never say his name. It's the book here. But anyway, it's not Jacobs. No, it's a 28 year old. It's a 28 year old guy studying archeology in a Tel Aviv, or Jerusalem. So he's a nobody. He's 6 years from his PhD, but he gets this idea in his head that below Saint Andrew's church outside just right at the outset skirts of Jerusalem. There are some old caves and burial caves, whatever. They've all, they looked like they've been excavated. There's nothing there, but he has a hunch that there's more to be found there. But he doesn't have any credibility or anything to get real archeological students to help him. So he has to be really humble and say, you know, I'll take anybody who can help me. Gabriel barques Gabriel bark, I think it's barkai, barkey. He has to go and this is like a joke. So archeology club, 12 and 13 year olds. They volunteer the kids, the kids can help you. So how'd you like 12 and 13 year olds annoying 12 and 13 year olds to help you on this big dig? So they do the dig, they find nothing. He's disappointed, and he says, well, you know what? At least to we've got a photograph, all these chambers, even though we found nothing, there was one kid that was so annoying to this barkai that barkey was like ripping his hair out and he says, I can't take another minute of this annoying 12 year old named Nathan. So here's what I'm going to do. All of these caves need to be photographed. The most distant one or one of the distant ones and over cave 25, he sends Nathan there, and he's really stern with him, like angry, like, hey, I've had enough out of you. I want you to clean that chamber. It's gonna be photographed. I want it to be so clean that your mother could use it as a kitchen. Like you really threatens the kid because this kid was very annoying. So Nathan trundles off to this distant place. And the joy, of course, is that it's far away, and we're not going to hear from this kid for two or three hours while he's doing what we do. But he takes a hammer with them, which is a weird thing, nobody knows. But the kid is so annoying that to go clean the cave, he just happens to hide a hammer on his person. And when he's bored in this sacred chamber, okay? There's nothing there. It's got a stone floor, whatever. He takes the hammer out. Nobody knows this, okay? He's all alone and starts smashing the floor with the hammer. Now this alone, I find it funny. The only reason he's there is because he was so annoying, they sent him as far away as possible. But if he wasn't annoying enough, he had a hammer with him and decides to use the hammer to smash the floor. The board Nathan smashes the floor with the hammer so hard that it cracks. It wasn't supposed to crack. And he finds a hidden chamber. He sticks his hand in the hidden chamber and is dragged into the bowels of hell itself. Just kidding. He puts his hand into hidden chamber and he pulls out some stuff, some like little ceramics. He now is like, hey, this is what I'm here for. I'm not here to clean. I found treasure. So he runs to barkai and tugs on his shirt. He's like, hey hey, look what I found. You could see bark. I could picture his hair standing on end, like what is going on? The annoying kid is back with some ancient treasure. So they run back to the place, barkai sees that, what do you assumed was an empty place was in fact hiding this stuff and the annoying kid was so annoying that he smashed the floor open or whatever. So he sends the kid home and they spend days now excavating the secret whole and they pull out treasure after treasure and the greatest treasure is what we described. And unbelievably tiny silver scroll so delicate that they couldn't unwrap it for three years. They didn't know how to have the technology without destroying it. But they could read the words inscribed in silver. Now if it's inscribed on anything but silver, it doesn't last. So the Dead Sea scrolls, which are amazingly old, they're not this old. This is even older. So this is the first extant writing from the Hebrew scriptures ever discovered thanks to the annoying 12 year old Nathan. He's probably in his mid 50s right now and he doesn't know. And when he's
Panarin, Shesterkin lead Rangers over Maple Leafs 2-1 in OT
"The Rangers spoiled Auston Matthews season debut by defeating the maple Leafs to a one in overtime Artemi Panarin wanted at three forty eight of the extra session on a pass from me because the ban it yet who scored new York's first goal Igor Shuster can stopped forty shots and help the Blueshirts keep Matthews off the score sheet Chester can turn away Matthews first two shots on a power play early in the opening period Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba said Shuster can was the difference we don't have our best game and sometimes you're going to the store for you different to the Titan yes everywhere best we found a way to kind of take going through them it over way too many shots with me chances but he was there Michael bunting scored for Toronto which got twenty one saves from Jack Campbell I'm the ferry
What Does It Mean to Live a Good Life in Private and Public?
"So Jack in today's time, all the chaos around you all the darkness. What does it mean to live a good life in private life not just in public life? Well, so, you know, I kind of go back, I really am a big fan. I don't know if I'd consider myself a Thomas at this point, but Thomas Aquinas, yeah, I'm a big Aquinas fan. If you read it, what he's doing was he was trying to basically take the principles of Christianity and then combine them with like play doh and Aristotle. So take the take those values and put them all together with the teachings of Christ. And so of course, played on Aristotle, they talk about talent. They talk about potentiality. They talk about actualization and what Aquinas did was he said, God gives you just as I was saying in the last bit, he gives you those talents. He gives you your potentiality, of course, that comes from God that's part of your creation. So, you know, the fully actualized Jacob so big and the fully actualized Charlie Kirk are going to be different things. Just the same way, you know, and this even gets into politics. You talk about the rights of the individual, right to the collective. And the idea that you can't have equality because everyone is different because everyone is going to have different unique talents. But the idea, though, is that your life is a journey of being able to realize your full potentiality for good and that in achieving so along the proper path actually brings you closer to God. And this is where some of the logo could go. And so this is where myself, you know, becoming a father over the past couple of years has really kind of changed my perspective on so many of these things. And it also gives you skin of the game. You become the head of a household now. You have these children and you have to raise them. And so it makes you want to go back to your own teaching to your own traditions to your own religion and say, do I understand this stuff? Do I really feel that I'm properly trained and able to actually pass this on am I doing the right
Fields throws 1st TD pass, Bears' defense dominates in Vegas
"Justin fields threw his first career touchdown pass in the bears defense was stellar in at twenty two nine downing of the raiders in Vegas just for a horse that caught the first TD pass by fields who was twelve of twenty four one hundred eleven yards in his third career start Chicago went ahead for good early in the second quarter and fields two yard TD pass to Horst added traffic Derek Carr passed for two hundred six yards and Josh Jacobs rushed for a late touchdown in the raiders second consecutive loss Khalil Mack with the bears defensive dominance of his former team with eight tackles plus a sack of Kerr on the two point conversion I'm the ferry
Justice Department won't charge officer who shot Jacob Blake
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting federal authorities will not seek charges against a police officer in the Jacob bleak shooting the justice department has announced a no federal charges will be filed against a white Kenosha Wisconsin police officer who shot and paralyzed the black suspect Jacob lake last year the shooting triggered several nights of protests that included an Illinois man shooting three people killing two the justice department determined there wasn't enough evidence to prove officer Rustin Chesky used excessive force or violated Blake civil rights the federal findings mirrored a determination by the Kenosha county district attorney in January in August twenty twenty can OSHA officers responded to a call from a woman who said her boyfriend wasn't supposed to be at her home when officers arrived the woman told them Blake was trying to take her children and her S. U. V. Blake resisted as officers tried to take him into custody and was subsequently shot hi
Investigators seek cause of deadly Montana train derailment
"The NTSB is investigating the cause of an Amtrak derailment in Montana Saturday afternoon they killed three people and left a handful of others hospitalized according to officials BNSF railway which operates the tracks as they were inspected Thursday Amtrak says eight of the ten rail cars jumped the tracks near Joplin Jacob Cordero was on board along with about a hundred and fifty six others and tweeted from the train all my god it's on its side all the trains destroyed down there some of the rail cars were laying on their sides governor Greg Gianforte says first responders along with local residents rushed to the scene to help they had provisioned jaws of life they did have to cut into one of the cars to extract some of the individuals investigators are looking into the cause of the accident which occurred near a switch on the tracks I'm Julie Walker
Investigators probe deadly Amtrak derailment in Montana
"The NTSB is investigating an Amtrak derailment in north central Montana that killed three people Saturday and left several hospitalized according to officials Amtrak says the train was en route to Seattle from Chicago with ten cars went eight of them derailed near the town of jobless passenger Jacob Cordero was on board along with about a hundred and fifty six others oh my god it's on its side all the trains destroyed down there for their tweeted video some of the rail cars were laying on their sides liberty county emergency services coordinator Sarah robin says people jumped into action it was a fantastic response we are so fortunate to live where we do where neighbors help neighbors she says most people were treated and released for their injuries I'm Julie Walker
Louisiana state trooper charged in pummeling of Black man
"Former Louisiana state police trooper has been charged with the civil rights violation for repeatedly beating of black motorist with a flashlight in twenty nineteen this is the first criminal case to emerge from federal investigations into Louisiana state troopers allegedly beating at least three black men former trooper Jacob brown the son of a high ranking police official allegedly struck Aaron Bowman eighteen times with a flashlight leaving Bowman with a broken jaw broken ribs and a gash to his head brown who is white head wrapped up twenty three use of force incidents mostly against black people prosecutors are scrutinizing other Louisiana troopers and other cases including the deadly twenty nineteen arrest of Ronald green who's beating was caught on videotape I'm Jackie Quinn
Braves ride big 5th inning to win, extend NL East lead
"The brave stressor lead in the NL east to three games by erupting for seven runs in the fifth inning of an eleven afford dropping of the Diamondbacks Freddie Freeman hit an RBI double and a run scoring single in the fifth Adam duvall delivered a two run Homer Austin Riley had three hits and three RBIs in Atlanta second straight win since a four game skid we got a really good team and and I I I truly believe in us so I guess I was just you know was things were he's got Colorado wave and and you know keep keep pushing through read out Eddie Rosario also homered for the Braves Atlanta received one run ball from its bullpen over five innings with Jacob Webb tossing a scoreless fifth to get the win I'm Dave Ferrie
Inside Look at World’s First 3D-Printed Rocket
"Now to our series the new space race in our exclusive inside. Look at something that could revolutionize space travel. It's the world's first three d. printed rocket. Here's jacob board. It wants took thousands of american engineers more than a decade to get something into space. Now this company says it's huge three d. printers can make a rocket in two months. Maybe less we have a fourth generation printer if you haven't talked about publicly yet but it's ten times faster printing than this so instead of building a rocket few slides in sixty days. It'll take six days. Not only can the company make the big parts of a rocket like a nosecone but they can also make all the intricate components of the engines to one zero. The first launch plan for twenty twenty. Two relativity rockets is like a lower budget competitor to spacex carrying satellites for nasa the department of defense and a half dozen private companies at about a quarter of competing launch prices. But with one point three billion in funding it doesn't exactly feel low budget clients. I'm assuming are going to pay you enough to somehow make this all work more than enough to justify it. We make twelve million dollars launch from the customers. We signed up. We've signed up more launches than any other company in history before flying. Ellis doesn't just want to make deliveries into orbit though. I want to put a million people in mars. How far out into space do you think a commercial space industry can take it. It's really about the time line. And i think i liked it very much to back when we found founded the new world with christopher columbus. Yes certainly it'll be government. I dislike the new world was and then it'll transform into commercial. Ancient ambitions built on new
Raiders Rule Josh Jacobs out for Sunday's Game vs. Steelers
"All right. Big news involving the raiders. Jon gruden announced running back. Josh jacobs out for the game against dealers. Not that big of a shock okay. He's got a toe injury. It could linger. You need to make sure this is okay and take care of it kenyan. Drake was signed for this reason. And i mean drake is going to have to go up against this incredibly tough defense. I wonder is the number going to jump. maybe not. it's six and a half already. It's still six and a half and now now it's it's jus to the steelers now it's one fourteen at fan duel. It's six and a half miles one. Fourteen six and a half plus one. Oh six on the
QB Debate Continues as No. 13 Florida Routs USF 42-20
"Thirteenth ranked Florida use outstanding play from two quarterbacks to defeat South Florida forty two to twenty starter Emory Jones ran for one score and threw a touchdown pass to Xavier Henderson for another Gator backup quarterback Anthony Richardson threw two touchdown passes to Jacob Copeland and scampered eighty yards for another score Jones was happy that both excelled we just go with the flow every week and every job go slow and the my columns and write my lover and you gotta be ready to go out there and L. savings opportunity south Florida's jaren Mangham provided the brightest moments for bulls fans on touchdown runs of one and three yards I'm Tom Aikens
Biden Visits All Three Attack Sites on 20th Anniversary of 9/11
"Been a day of remembrance as the nation and the world mark the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks in their wake nearly three thousand dead on that day many more related illnesses and deaths in the months and years that followed at adjust ended twenty year war with all its associated national divisions and challenges. Npr's amy held reports for the twentieth year families remembered loved ones lost alongside countless moments in your city. My brother tj hargrave who. We continue to miss an love every day. The world is the lesser place without him in shanksville pennsylvania. My cousin debbie jacobs welsh and at the pentagon defense secretary lloyd austin guardians of our ideals as well as our security because we cannot have one without the other president biden visiting all three sites of the attacks. That's burke. The warriors recently seem to an end in afghanistan where the taliban who gave shelter to the terrorists rule. Again amy held. Npr news president biden and president harris concluded their day with a wreath links ceremony at the pentagon where one hundred eighty four people were killed. Many more injured twenty years ago. The president also visited new york city and shanksville today to honor the nine eleven victims. He told reporters at the memorial for victims of flight. Ninety three moreover ruin. they're also incredibly difficult. People were affected is a breeze back. You got the phone. Call the president plans to spend the rest of the weekend in wilmington
America Marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11
"Us is marking the twentieth anniversary of the september eleven terror attacks that left nearly three thousand people dead sparked a just ended twenty year war and change the nation npr's. Amy held reports for the twentieth year. Families remembered loved ones lost alongside moments in your city. My brother tj hargrave who. We continue to miss an love every day. The world is the lesser place without him in shanksville pennsylvania. My cousin debbie jacobs welsh and at the pentagon defense secretary lloyd austin guardians of our ideals as well as our security because we cannot have one without the other president biden visiting all three sites of the attacks. That's burke. The warriors recently seen to an end in afghanistan where the taliban who gave shelter to the terrorists rule. Again
Joc Pederson Gets Key Hit As Braves Beat Nationals in 10
"The brace pulled out a seven six win over the nationals on jock Peterson's walk off single in the bottom of the tenth have been suing the bag great just get a good pitch that I could put a swing swing on and put the barrel on it and it was a came out successful in that that's huge Stephen Vogt hit two solo homers for Atlanta which took two of three in the series Freddie Freeman Adam duvall and Jorge Soler also went deep as the Braves extended their division lead to three and a half games over the Phillies with the Mets five games back in the NL east Washington led five four after Luis Garcia's eighth inning Homer then tied at six six one lane Thomas tripled and scored in the ninth Jacob Webb retired the side in order in the tenth to earn the win I'm Dave Ferrie
"jacobs" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"It's the ted radio hour from npr. I'm newsom roti and today we're spending the hour talking to writer. Aj jacobs about his journey on the gratitude chain with ted talks that have inspired him along the way including one by benedictine monk david stein. No great food living. That is the thing. And how can we live gratefully experiencing becoming aware that every moment is a given moment as we say it's a gift you haven't earned it you haven't wanted about in any way you have no way of showing that there will.
"jacobs" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"It's the ted radio hour from npr. I'm a newsom roti. And today we're spending the hour talking to writer. Aj jacobs about his journey on the gratitude chain with ted talks that have inspired him along the way including one by benedictine monk david stein. No great food living. That is the same. And how can we live gratefully experiencing becoming aware that every moment is a given moment as we say it's a gift you haven't earned it you haven't wanted about in any way you have no way of showing that there.
Learn the History of Jacobson v. Massachusetts
"Case in the case, known as Jacobson vs Massachusetts. Jacobson. His lawyers argued that the Cambridge vaccination order was a violation of the 14th amendment rights. Which forbade the state from depriving any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law. Question then was whether the right to refuse vaccination was among those protected. Of the personal liberties, the Supreme Court rejected Jacobs argument and doubt the anti vaccination movement is stinging loss. Writing for the majority Justice John Marshall Harlan acknowledge the fundamental importance of personal freedom. But also recognize that rights of the individual in respect of his liberty may at times under the pressure of great dangers. Be subjected to such restraint to be enforced by reasonable regulation, says the safety of the general public main demand. This decision established what became known as the reasonableness test. The government had the authority to pass laws that restricted individual liberty if those restrictions, including the punishment for violating them were found by the court to be reasonable means for achieving a public good. Bottom line. There had to be some kind of real and substantial connection between the law itself and legitimate purposes. The Jacobson decision provided a powerful controversial president. To the extent of government authority in the early 20th century. In 1922, the Supreme Court heard another vaccination case, this time concerning a Texas student named Rosalind sucked, who was barred from attending public school because her parents refused to have her vaccinating. Zach's lawyers argue the school district ordinance requiring proof of vaccination denied her equal protection of laws. Under the 14th amendment. The court disagreed. Justice BRANDEIS wrote in the unanimous decision long before the suit was instituted, and they cite Jacobson vs
Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again
"We have this generation of young men that are lost and our society has become so hyper feminized so designed around the preference of women and boss babe and women in leadership. We shouldn't be surprised that our society feel so incredibly chaotic. The masculine and the feminine both need each other but also the feminine. They have certain urges and they have certain desires that the corporate world is not going to be able to satisfy. I read the store. i'm trying to find. I don't know if it was political or not. But it was one of the new congresswomen who just got elected and she says. I just got elected to congress. I'm freezing my eggs. Because i could do that later. What an awful example. The sunday young women. Honestly it's terrible. I'm freezing my eggs. Yeah rear matters more than having children really. You sound enjoyable. Sarah jacobs sarah jacobs she. I saw that and the real question is do they identify as men and women like what. How do we actually even know what identifies as what and we are seeing this generation of lost men because at every single every time they turn the corner they are emasculated and they are told that they must feel ashamed for things they cannot change. And i don't know if you've seen some of these men. And i put that in quotes at some of these colleges. I mean to say that they are feminine looking would be an understatement muscle mass as disappearing and by the way. This is not some sort of like eerie connor. Get the story of how testosterone rates are down to saas thrown rates and men are down like sixty percent in the western world. Six the west is that right. Is that right. Yup only the west which is interesting andrew. Can you can you can you mentioned some of the stats and the story. I don't. I don't subscribe to the wall street. Journal says from one thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand sixteen to stop levels have declined an adolescent and young adult according to results presented at the twenty twenty american urological association virtual
"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Of silly i have. I have friends that. I like seeing my friends but i like a person who has to kind of talk myself into going to a party. I'm and not. Just try and leave instantly when i get there so like someone might wanna talk to you. I've maybe am. I know that they won't wanna talk to so. I have to allow for the possibility that someone may want to talk to me really had to work at a leaving party. Almost instantaneous but i you know. I'm i'm really grateful that i was able to do these voice jobs from home. Yeah your voice. Acting is fun. Well we we were. Were on something together for a minute. I got fired for you. Got fires which i thought. I didn't understand that but at any i'd you know i don't want to insult the person that got the job after but i didn't but whatever i you know a lot of decisions are made and i don't understand your voice. Acting voice acting is fun. That's so fun. One of the things that i can't like the two things i do that i can't believe are cartoon voices and game show host. I've gotten paid to do both of those things and never let just seems like a like a like a racket like i'm tricking. Someone you know. I love doing voices for animated shows so much and someone asked me recently. Why and i was like. I don't know why. I just love it fun And so yeah the you know. I'm very lucky with like invincible. And these other jobs. I hope i keep getting to do more and more of it. 'cause i i really love it. Yeah well what do you i mean what. What's your dream. You know arc from here going on well you know. I directed a short film which was scripted. but i think i'd like to directive film a scripted film And acting wise. I think it's been fun to do. A bunch of different genres in the last couple of years things that seemed to surprise people like being in these fear street horror movies. You know people have really associated me with comedy And it wasn't what. I started out doing so any time. I get to do something that feels like different unexpected as an actor. I think i'm enjoying that And but then again. I love comedy so it's like who would want to not do comedy career opportunity so i think it's kinda worked out well for me that i i've gotten to do so. Many different types of things between writing directing things acting in different sorts of things so if i can sustain that it feels like i've always sort of being challenged in some way that's good and what about outside of work i mean. Is there anything you know house by the beach. Learn a hot air balloon. Something like that. You know i actually. We did an episode of my podcasts. With this woman named margaret worth. I'm she and her twin sister. This place called the institute for figuring which is based here in l. a. And they're the project they're most known for is the hyperbolic crocheted coral reef and so there. There's these hyperbolic shapes in geometry that this woman whose name i now can't remember realize that you could best demonstrate visualized by crocheting them Even better than like computer imagery and so it started this whole thing of crocheting. Hyperbolic geometric shapes. And then someone realized. Oh you know these. Also kind of resemble coral reef creatures and so margaret and her twin sister created this project where they were crocheting coral reefs and then people around the world also started crocheting..
"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Check out when we were at largo finishing up the conan. Show planning until me that he thinks it may have been the last place joan rivers on stage. She was there for. I think maybe jen kirkman show. Somebody's show and she said they were hanging around backstage. She said she said this is the best part she said. This will always be the best part is the sitting and i. I can absolutely understand that because it is. It's just like like i. When i first got the conan show and i would And i was newly married to. In fact i wasn't even married when i got it. I was engaged and then we got married. But i would come home and i would just be spent like i couldn't even i would have nothing left for my you know my then. You know newlywed bride. Because i just. I'm with literally some of the funniest people on earth like. They're paid to be funny and they're all day being funny with them. And when when we went back to doing the show. And i got to go to largo and again it was like oh my god finally get to go be with these people and i it really does spoil you for you know just like regular funny people just to go where it's like you know like a family thing and it's like there's like these are pretty funny and you don't wanna be addict but sometimes it's like you're.
"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
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"jacobs" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"You're listening to the three questions. And i am talking today to a just a wonderful Talented very funny actress and alive. I mean your your credits. Now are like producer director earthmover. I know time changer. But it's gillian jacobs. Hi how good. It's so good to see you good to see you. It's been a long time. Yeah and you're there. I you can't see it at out in podcasting rural but you are surrounded by where you have a packing blanket behind you. Cow showbiz people. Welcome to hollywood. And this you probably had the setup for all covert right. Oh yes i've spent. I don't want to calculate how many hours i have spent this tiny space in a closet or is in. Yeah yeah now ashes close or is it just an extra closet that has been given up to two interviews. You know it's to the point where when my mother came to visit. I told her she wasn't allowed to bring anything that needed to be hung because she couldn't get so there's clothing behind these packing blankets but it's pretty inaccessible. Well that's great well. Congratulations hit really adapted. You really adapted how has your covert then if you have. You have you done. I mean we're yes wrapped at home by yourself. I mean you know well. I actually have my own podcasts. That i've been doing from a home. So that's been a new thing in my life and it's called tech related right. Yeah yeah so. I you know why make it easy on myself. Show to co host a podcast. Where in which. I interview people who work in stem background or education in anything related to stem. And so i have to quickly try and cram some research before these interviews with these brilliant accomplished people. But it's also a fun thing. I get to learn a little about a lot of different areas in the world of stem. I mean why. How did that happen. Why did why did you were you tired of being on hold tech support and decided i'm gonna learn..
"jacobs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Jacobs here and in for Mark the one and only ignite. Hey, Rob Going, Brother. Really good. I want you to know how disciplined I was last night. I'm a self control I had knowing that I had to get up early and condo, the mark and Rob show. My wife had steaks and baked potatoes waiting on the grill for me as I got home. Normally, I would take one beer and chug it. One would turn into 10 I I drank water last night because I always have to get up early and come here to the Black and Rob Show. Well, that's amazing, because that's the exact opposite of what I did. I got liquored up during the golf match and then went on Ben Stein's show, So God bless you have more self control than I do. At least at least one of us took it serious. Speaking of taking things seriously, we've got to get to these comments. Made by Biden yesterday, boy, and you never know what this guy whether it's feeble old man who's lost his marbles. You know, saying things that are reality or it's real. But in this case, Nige, we're gonna play this clip of him talking about People going literally door to door. Enquiring about vaccination status, and I don't I don't know. Before we play the clip, I'd be curious to get your perspective on this. Yeah, I think he was serious. I think he intends to do this. Her Jen Psaki talk about it to yesterday. His White House press secretary say the same things say those words door to door. I even heard her say. Hotspot. And I'm thinking, okay, They're going to go to the hotspots. Maybe you should start with McAllen, Texas. We'll start talking about hotspots, an unvaccinated people. Maybe you should go to those hot spots. We can talk more about that. Yeah. So we'll play the Clipper. What he's talking about is people literally going door to door enquiring about your vaccination status. Take a listen. Study after study after study has shown that since early name virtually every covid 19 hospitalization and death in the United States has been among the unvaccinated. So if you're vaccinated, you're protecting you..
"jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody
"Just as i was getting going with jacobs media and the classic rock thing so i think he kind of knew it was going to be okay and My mom is ninety two and a big fan. She was there that night at the hall of fame dinner. that's fantastic. Yeah it was really cool. It was really cool and she was the one who actually drove me up to the university of michigan to help me talk my way back in after you've been ousted for bad grades. Exactly right i am so your friend helps you. Get a gig at riff. And what made you decide at this point. You wanted your magazine incredibly well and running there. you said they're publishing research publishing for radio right for radio. Which is a huge gigs. He rose through the ranks. There really quickly. What about riff. What made you decide at that. Point to kinda jump from the research side of the business into programming. So maggie was the kind of place that honestly. You didn't spend your whole life there unless your name was frank maggot. After two years. I had really done a lot and it was becoming clear to me that if i didn't get online radio station experience. I would not be able to do as well as i needed to do. I just felt there was a piece missing. You know having not really worked in a radio station before. And so i did the study for riff and they loved it and tom came back to me and said you know. Would you come to work for us into this stuff all the time and it was like a dream come true so i took it and you're back in your hometown back in my hometown and the station was in in the trailers at the time. Those people who know detroit radio know that rare even though it was owned by abc whereas actually in a little building connected to three house trailers and was killing it in the middle seventies. It was just just an amazing time. And so yeah..
"jacobs" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"jacobs" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Getting to the truth. In this art. I am your host rob lee and today's guest is noted content creator. Ricky jacobs. Walk them to the podcast. Thank you brother thank you. I'm happy to be humble idiot. Snot enough of it. So thank you. So yeah i see right now. You're you're in your like in some ways. I'll say this is in your creative space right now for some of the content or putting out there. I'm in my office. And i'm drinking i. I mean i'm envious. I like coffee. Or what have you. Because i was dragging and now i feel like i'm you turn the scotch and a little bit but so i came across you share slate in how instagram. We'll do that thing of you might know this person. You might not that person and just like following people. Don't say who's got good content here and i just started going through your page and i'm like okay. That's that's cool. Let's see what's what's more let me slide into the dmz hit this dude. Let me see what's good so see that you're doing good work. You're doing like really interesting stuff since like ovid's happening but if you will describe your word to the audience that may be uninitiated. Okay so i started really Taken more of initiative to Create more tap into you know just kind of finding my place you know in in an art room so you will I always been a creator But you know as you just kinda mentioned. Cove it since the breakout. I think that could a lotta people enough in space where we were. Just kinda more In tune with our like interior so to speak To the point where it's like we were digging and pulling from ourselves more than ever. And i'm only speaking from you know a creative point of view Now i'm sure other people who don't have hobbies that going crazy and just trying to figure out were they could do with their time but You know naturally As you know like we we. We have these things that we like to do. So i have a podcast Colleagues were friends with Like yourself The plan and a goal was to interview different. Creatives that Baltimore-based n baltimore natives as well bona raised and started at park has on a lot of people. Don't know i started a podcast in two thousand nineteen but the idea was different Benin was self explanatory. As far as it was it was initially initially was supposed to be a podcast with me and my friends and we were going to drink and just talk about whatever we wanted to talk about and You know shutout bravo shout in. I'm not throwing him under the bus but we shot the first episode at his crib. And i felt this nigga was to engage so like you know. Don't record enough. Oh good. Because i was drinking so sometimes don't i'm drinking. I'm not the productivity level is as far as like me being intuitive in the moment i know that the episode was shit. I went back home. Listen to it was a yo. We aren't talking about a damn thing i put on you know But the concept was a dope idea. You know what. I mean name the way i was branding it in all of that so i i just a lot of personal things was happening anyway so i took a break. Here comes two thousand twenty and this is actually before the pandemic I was talking about redoing rebranding podcasts and everything but i just didn't i didn't know where to record. You know what i mean. You know you you know the podcast and journalists will like you gotta space where you wanna record it and you know all those things. Intangible was that you know a makes a defend pockets. Yeah it could be one of those things where you know said it'd before we got started doing it. As long as i have over the years you just start accruing and you figure out what works for you so i have like. I am in my opinion. Have maybe three four different setups. I have low tier mobile. I have the home studio. I have a more of a combination between the two. I had had a birthday last week. My girl got beat has really don't mixer and and and it's like the mixer that you can take phone calls and everything and his mobile and i'm like oh this is this is crazy. This is a whole new world and then having that that background not to go away from the point. You're getting that background in it. You can flex but you're right when cove it hit the space dollars recording this particular podcast and it was a comedy club and things closed so because you know you wanna meet people you to be face to face and you get a different reaction when you face to face with somebody you know certain things translate a little different zoom is has gotten better over the time but at the very beginning it was as you probably paying for the premium to right. Because you've got a nice background. Oh i'll put that in a green screen. See a big. This is what i guess she do. Yeah no absolutely and but i was tweeting You know i wanted. I wanna i wanna reback this the pocket so Shutout to my guy. F g dez who is Who i consider like really a staple in like baltimore hip-hop streetside and let me know you know i got a lot of stuff to talk about and to me. I couldn't refused because like. I'm really in tune into the same. I don't know everyone. But i knew the guys to know you know so i felt like yeah that would be entity so..
"jacobs" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
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"jacobs" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Although the veracity of her story was challenged for decades are storyteller of the day is now recognized as the true author of her work. We're talking about harriet jacobs. Harriet jacobs was born in eighteen. Thirteen endan north carolina to delilah and daniel jacobs. Both her mother and father were enslaved. Her grandmother had been emancipated by her former enslavers. When harry it was six her mother died and she was left in the care of her enslavers. Margaret horn blow margaret taught her to read and write an uncommon practice for the time but when harriet was twelve her fortune changed. Margaret passed away and instead of emancipating. Harriet bequeath. terry her three-year-old niece. mary matilda nor calm. Harriet subsequently moved into the nor com household. A family that did not share margaret's relatively more progressive views within three years. Though harry it was just a young teenager she had become the sexual fixation of mary's father. Dr james nor com. His sexual harassment was unrelenting and he refused to allow harry to marry. It was then. Harriet made a calculated decision. She decided to return the advances of another white man. A local lawyer by the name of samuel treadwell sawyer. She hoped that bearing the children of a different white man with spur her master into a rage her goal was to drive doctor nor com to sell her. Her plan did not succeed after bearing two of sawyers children dr nor com punished. Harriet by sending her to do backbreaking labor on his plantation while they're harriet. She fled to her grandmother's house and hit an crawlspace. Harriet remained in hiding at her grandmother's for seven years. During this time she revised her plan. Harriet wrote letters to dr nor com falsely claiming. She described to the north. This time around. She hoped dr nor comet sell her children to their father. Eventually this plan came to fruition and sawyer bought both of his children back from dr nor com soon after sawyer was elected to the house of representatives and moved with the children to washington. Dc desperate to reunite with her children. Harriet to fled north while searching for her children. Harriet found work. As a nurse. Made for the abolitionist. Nathaniel parker willis and his wife cordelia willis dr nor com continued to pursue harriet and. She was frequently forced to go into hiding often relocating between boston and new york eventually in one thousand fifty two the willis family was able to bhai harriet freedom during her time in the north. Harriet became involved with a feminist abolitionist group. It was there that she met. Amy post amy taken with harriet. Personal journey recommended that she read a book about her life. Harry agreed and decided to write her autobiography. Under the pen name brent. Her book called incidents in the life of a slave girl was published in eighteen. Sixty one with the rise of the american civil war. The book quickly faded from public discourse and remained relatively unknown for the rest of heriot's. Its lifetime harry. It was eventually reunited with her daughter. Louisa during the civil war. Harriet worked to aid former slaves who arrived as refugees in washington. Dc dedication to the recently emancipated community. Brought harriet back to the south in eighteen sixty five. Harriet and louisa settled in savannah georgia to continue relief efforts but due to persistent racial persecution forced to flee north once more this time harriet settled in cambridge massachusetts or she opened a boarding house. Not much is known about the final chapters of harry. It's life but we do know that she eventually returned to washington. Dc with her daughter. It was there that harriet died in eighteen. Ninety seven she was eighty four years old. It wasn't until the feminist movements of the nineteen sixties and seventies that incidents reappeared. Initially it sparked controversy. The books editor lydia. Marie child was a white woman. Common thought at the time was the autobiography was actually a novel written by child in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven historian. Jean fagin yellen corrected that narrative with her annotated edition of incidents yellen lays bare at the true identity of the author and the limited role child played in publishing the original manuscript at long last. Harry its name was attached to her work. Her role as auto biographer transformed. The significance of the taxed inherits writings. She describes her state of mind. She rejected the advances of dr nor calm in favor of sam sawyer. She explicitly discusses using her sexuality. As a tool to manipulate the white men who sought to further subjugate her harry it also acknowledges the judgement she received as a woman with two children born out of wedlock in her book. She argues that it is cruel to prescribe nineteenth century. Morality onto enslaved women as their fundamental rights had already been so profoundly violated incidents in the life of a slave girl remains one of the most important books of its kind. It is the only first hand account of the life of an enslaved woman at the time and gives unmatched insight into harry. It's perspective as she fought against forces of sexual and racial oppression in doing so. The autobiography occupies a unique space in both african american and feminist literature
"jacobs" Discussed on What'sHerName
"And this is a narrative written by this prominent abolitionist? Harriet Jacobs and that the truth is is probably much much bigger than even what is here. is really sobering to think so normally starwood end here. She is free but this is Harriet Jacobs and she he is not done. She is working in Alexandria in Washington. DC organizing food and shelter for refugees from MM slavery and from civil war. As more and more formerly enslaved people travel north as the civil war goes on and as more and more people are emancipated. Eh or self emancipated. They are flocking into Virginia into Washington. DC into all of these areas with nowhere to go no support network generally the clothes clothes on their backs and she is hugely instrumental in organizing housing food. Work for all of these people. Yes Harriet they also realizes very quickly that her experience of learning to read and write are unusual and that so many of these formerly enslaved people have had had no education at all and she starts teaching she starts a school her daughter. Louisa eventually joins her and they dedicate their lives to educating tasting formerly enslaved people eventually they raise enough funds to have a building and we have a photo of that school on our website. It's an amazing photo. They're teaching children during the day. They're running classes for adults night. Wow they're dedicating so much time and energy to this project but but Harry Jacobs is also working on an activism front in so many other areas she is raising funds and insisting on proper medical care for black people raising using huge amounts of money to assist with massive devastating smallpox outbreaks. Where all of these formerly people have almost no resources to combat? These things and many doctors refused to treat them and she is making sure that every bit of care she can possibly find and provide is available to these people. Wow she is fighting and for the rights of black soldiers who fought in the civil war doing all of this with no one realizing who she is. They are not pudding. Harriet Jacobs the activists together with the author of incident in the life of a slave girl. Wow the book ends with the lines that I quoted at the beginning of this episode. which for those who know nineteenth century literature is a perfect perfect brilliant in version of a very classic nineteenth century trope for finishing up a novel the most famous example Being Charlie Brown tapes? Jane Eyre. They're the last line of Jane. Eyre being reader. I married him here. She is acknowledging what her readers are going to expect at the end of a story and how it differs. My story ends with freedom. Not with marriage She's again invoking vocal VAT aspirational ideal withheld from enslaved women. She's also destabilizing that ideal in the moment she's using it. It's such a fascinating way to end her story. I think it's especially poignant that as she wrote these words the civil the war has not happened. The emancipation proclamation does not exist so many people are still suffering what she suffered and she hasn't been given a chance to accomplish any of the incredible work she is going to do after the civil war. This is how Harriet Jacobs chose to end that. What part of her story? It has been painful to me in many ways to recall the dreary years past in bondage I would gladly leaf. Forget them if I could yet. The retrospection is not altogether without solace for with those gloomy recollections. Come tender memories of my good old old grandmother like light fleecy clouds floating over a dark couple.
"jacobs" Discussed on What'sHerName
"But once her children in our at least safe if not free. Harriet Jacobs finally make her way north. After seven year by dressing as a sailor they learn and being transported to a ship and finally does escape to where she gets a job as a nursemaid a nanny in the home of man named Daniel Parker Willis Willis is especially interesting because he's a very prominent imminent literary figure literary editor especially in the nineteenth century. He is not as well known today. Although he was very famous in the nineteenth century the person that does have a lasting reputation as his sister who we now know today as Fanny fern. That was her pen. Name Sarah Era Peyton Willis. Who wrote a novel called Roots Hall as well is was very very popular mistake? Homeless Jacobs becomes very close. With both of Nathaniel Parker Willis wives but is very fearful that he will discover that she he is a self emancipated slave because she is afraid he will turn her in as part of the fugitive slave. Back at some point. Nathanael Parker Willis's second wife Cornelia Grinnell Willis learns that nor comes daughter and her husband has been are in town trying to find Jacobs and Cornelia gives Jacobs the baby that Jacobs's there to help care for and says take the baby go out of town so that if they come to the house they won't be able to find you and that's how much he cares about and cares for Jacobs that she she gets.
"jacobs" Discussed on What'sHerName
"The above reward with with all reasonable charges will be given for apprehending her or securing her in prison or jail. Within new states. All persons are hereby forewarned or warned against harboring or entertaining her or being in any way instrumental in her escape under the most rigorous penalties of the law James Nor come into North Carolina June thirtieth even these descriptions of her hair her skin of her clothing All of these are describing her appearance but also reinforcing the idea of her appearance as more white. If we I WANNA say it. That way is also in some way a negative for her that that she is aspiring out of her station. That these these things which of course she has no control over rs line of her own deviancy or her own bad character. So it's really important to address the fact that when you look at Harry Jacobs we have a beautiful portrait of her a photograph. Oh she does not outlook the way that we expect. An enslaved woman took She's described as a light Mulatto. She is biracial and there are a lot of white people in her family tree and yet because of the legislation which means that children turn follow the condition of their mother. It doesn't matter what your racial makeup actually is. What matters is if your mother wasn't slaked eventually nor does sell her children to their father Samuel Sawyer vise his children and he doesn't free his children? ooh He allows them to live with their grandmother in the house where Harriet Jacobs is hiding in the attic. Children do not know. She's there what she can hear their voices and listen to them downstairs way. Hey that is so bonkers the dangerous so high that absolutely no one no that she is here. He allows them to live with their grandmother for a while but he does not free them and eventually he sends Louisa his daughter daughter to work as a slave. What for family for now really? The complexity of these relationships is hard for us us to understand very. Wow.
"jacobs" Discussed on What'sHerName
"So Harry Jacobs makes a calculated decision ways all of her options very carefully Um and decides to enter into a consensual relationship with a white lawyer named Samuel Sawyer. WHOA JACOBS attempts to make calculation for how she can and preserve herself from nor come in his advances and what she decides to do is essentially to offer herself instead to a wealthy white man as mistress one of the reasons that she does? This is that. She hopes that he will be able to purchase any children that they might have to purchase his own offspring to free them from slavery. Under Dr Knock. Aw because of course any children that she gives birth to no matter who the father is are enslaved. Now are the property of Doctor Arkham. She's also so hoping that if she becomes pregnant by another man that Dr nor will desist from pursuing her she calculates out all all of these options and decides that a relationship with a wealthy white man who eventually becomes a congressman is her best option for giving her children any chance of escape taken then also trying to navigate explaining this decision making process to her readers. There's and to do so well. Maintaining her position as someone who is the nineteenth century version of a proper woman. Having to explain why she had sex. Outside of marriage had children. She was unmarried. All of these different things that would basically totally destroy the idea of eighteenth century the ideal woman. She does so by explaining that she knew what was right and that slavery made it impossible to uphold those ideals that slavery as an environment essentially makes that impossible so she actually very directly says reader misses. This is something that is difficult for you to imagine. I'm sure but this is what slavery is the system of slavery. Three has made it impossible for her to do right. Yeah she cannot do what is right. And this is the best possible alternative alternative that she can see. But Oh you're unhappy. Women whose purity has been sheltered from childhood who have been free to choose the object of your affection whose homes are protected by law. Do not the judge the poor desolate slave girl too severely if slavery had been abolished I also could have married the man of my choice. I could have had a home shielded by the laws ause and I should have been stared the painful task of confessing what I am now about to relate but all my prospects had been bladed by slavery they wanted to keep myself pure and under the most adverse circumstances. I tried hard to preserve myself respect but I was struggling alone in the powerful grasp grasp of the demon slavery and I became reckless in my despair And I think this is the most important part of what makes Jacob Story so valuable now is that it gives us a way to understand and think about what agency looks like for women in this situation Now this is really common in our narrative of what slavery looks like but this book is really the first to address what being an enslaved woman was the sexual abuses that are amplified conventionally white abolitionist sympathizing with this anti-slavery movement are reading men's slave narratives but no woman has been talking about this Asmara because in Victorian Society. You don't talk about any of that no matter what right. And so the fact that she'd walks this incredibly fine line of making it clear what she's talking about without horrifying in offending ending her reader so they put the book down and she has to create a narrative of herself as the good woman who has been forced into bad situations because of the system now in the narrative. Dr James Noricum is not successful in in his sexual pursuit of ups that she successfully fends him off for years and years and years and years and managed manages to maintain her purity in the rhetoric of the time until she makes this conscious decision to engage in this relationship with saint in incidents. She writes that that doctor North Com stops pursuing her. After after this this is one of those moments where it's difficult to know how accurate the narrative is being till life. It's possible that that's the case. It's also possible that this is a moment of sort of self protection for Jacobs. It's is still quite possible that Dr nor com would either are continue to pursue or take vengeance on Jacobs. We have no way of knowing if that's of course and would be surprising if it were true. It does seem surprising it would be impossible for her to talk about it if it is not because you know this is still a scenario in which you can't even mention that someone is pregnant. Yeah let alone. How a person so this fine line that she has is to walk revealing enough to make it clear what she's trying to bring you need to know what is hum you need to understand the horrors of what enslavement looks like for winning while zealously maintaining her own position as a righteous woman because that's also critically important for what she's doing? She is in writing this at a time where women are officially pedestal is and and pretended to make sure that womanhood God is not defiled. None of that applies swim sleep doom and she is making a case for it. If you really believe this if if you believe these Christian versions you believe in chastity marriage. All of those things are impossible under the system that you have built and they're not just impossible will for me a black woman. She sang very impossible for you. They are impossible for anyone in a situation in which these kinds of things are are being permitted. And it's it's a ridiculous balancing act that she's doing she's like juggling fire fire on a high wire above alligators. She pulls it off somehow so successful. This book was so successful full. What is trying to do? There's a line in her book that says even after she is finally free. The dream of of my life is not yet realised. I do not sit with my children in a home of my own. I still long for a heart stone of my own however humble I wish it it for my children's sake far more than for my own. I mean that is activating. All of those cats of what women are what women and do what there's this war and and really driving home his point of if you really do value this side even why am I not and so. It works in the moment at making people confront the cognitive dissonance that they're having around women are sacred and special and must be protected. Did Black Women Dot then. She forces them to think these things through without ever violating Victorian morality codes of what you can see the tricky but I think it also really really pushes us to confront that question of what our choices in in a situation where your choices are severely limited so there is one way of thinking about things where the power balance is so uneven in slavery that you can argue that all sexual encounters that enslaved women have and particularly that enslaved women have with white men are essentially rape because there is no way of equally out pal balance one of the ways of also then thinking about that. Is that that argument strips. Any idea of choice agency from enslaved women which is then difficult to try to sort of historically square and the choice that she makes his a choice that she makes and as she recognizes acknowledges in incidents. It's not a a choice that she would make under any other circumstances but it is a choice in these circumstances. This is the choice that I made. I love that reclaiming of her own ability and right to make decisions about her life to do what she believes his best. Even in extremely limited D- circumstances.
"jacobs" Discussed on What'sHerName
"Will in order to come to us. Jacobs Dr James Com witnessed a codicil oversell when this woman died that stated that Harriet Jacobs specifically was willed to Dr James Daughter. This codicil was not signed but the word of two white men. Oh serious that this was taken again as truthful and Harriet. Jacobs was transferred to names Arkham daughter who is a young girl so effectively. James James Markham. Wow she probably didn't even know that she probably had no idea. It's not knowledge. That necessarily would have been helpful to her at the time but looking back at it now. It's something that's really painful to recognize. This situation is entirely different. James Nor workum begins pursuing Harry Jacob sexually from the moment. She enters his house. She's a child and she is trying to fend off. Sexual advances from a man who has absolute control of her and her life and her body. Oh Dr nor come begins to threaten to do things like send her to a cabinet. He's going to build on the plantations where he can keep her to himself. This becomes for her of really defining students versus what her narrative narrative.