18 Burst results for "Jay Gould"

"jay gould" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

06:51 min | 5 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"And so I held that for a bit. And eventually, of course, you know, I go back to I go back to college as a science student, so I'm now. I remember like a second level biology for science majors and I realized that there's no room for the animating spirit. When you get into exactly how ATP moves how to synapses work and all of this and you're like, there's no soul. There's no need of one. There's no spirit animating the material form. There's just none of that. It's not necessary. It's superfluous. It's an addition that makes no sense. I remember back when the great scientist Stephen Jay Gould said that science and religion are non overlapping magisteria. And that's always a point of contention. I disagree. How can religion and science coexist? A theistic or even a deistic religion and science coexist. I totally disagree. I held that there had to be up to if both existed and I believe being. I mean, I thought that the balls existed for the longest time. There was there had to be some way to reconcile one with the other. And eventually I just realized that when people were telling me that God, for example, was a conclusively proven scientific fact and eventually I find out that he isn't. There's not even a reason to believe in God. So what do you lying to me about? And that's what all religion is. Religion is make believe. Faith is make believe. It's all about believing things because you want to. You know, it's literally make believe. And so that makes gaudy magic imaginary friend. And that's why I met people in my neo pagan ventures. I met people who were Hindu who were who held to a number of the pagan religions. And I remember that George Harrison was once a big Beatles fan. He had made this public statement that he had personally met his God Krishna. And that Krishna, when you chance the mantras, the Krishna would appear and that he George Harrison of The Beatles the basis to excuse me guitarist for The Beatles. He would be able to have two way conversations audibly with his visible, visible God right there in the room with him. Now, Christians would talk about their personal relationship with Jesus? Well, how's it possible that George Harrison is having this personal relationship with this what they call false God. And it's a better relationship than Christians have with their God. And then met this other guy who still lives only a couple of miles from my house and he worships the Egyptian cat headed goddess best. And the reason he worships her is because she appeared to him physically manifest. She manifested her in his house, physical, material, she embraced him. She spoke to him audibly and she made that he be her disciple. Which is something most gods don't go out of their way to actually show up. You know, I voted for a politician once because she showed up at my door. Now that's the way you adopted a God too. God shows up and talks to you directly, okay. It's just not a God. I'm used to hearing about in everyday conversation. I've heard of the big two, actually, but I've got a few people on the switchboard who want to talk, let's see. I've got Charles. Charles are you with me on the show? Yes, I am. What do you have for my special guest? It's author activist and friend Aaron raw. What do you think? I know the wedge document and I also know of the book, the power worshipers. How do these clean cut sincere and devout believers deal when one of their leadership does something like have a mistress and a wife and he decides that they need to have abortions when the one of the key things is abortion is evil? I mean, he claims that Jesus has forgiven him so everything's copacetic. Do you have a specific person in mind? I'm trying to think of an example. I haven't heard, I mean, we've seen lots of people. Okay, go ahead, Aaron, what are we talking about? Yeah. I don't remember the guy's name either, but I've heard the story. There was like a senator or something new who was actively advocating against abortion. He's trying to criminalize abortion. He's trying to overthrow row. But when his mistress got pregnant, he tried to get her to get an abortion. He tried to force her to have an abortion. So that his wife wouldn't find out. And then, of course, everybody finds out. Which is funny. But that's two levels of hypocrisy because one you're trying to enforce for everybody else. You want small government you say. So I guess it's three levels of hypocrisy. You want small government, but you want that government to invade what everybody does in their private life. You want government to mandate the way people act and what they believe and what they do in the bedroom. That's how small you want your government to be so small that envelops everything. And then the other thing is that the Bible doesn't speak against abortion. As a matter of fact, it endorses abortion for the most trivial of reasons. In number 5, it is explained that if a husband is suspicious that his wife may have cheated on him, like he goes away on a trip somewhere and comes back and she's pregnant when she shouldn't have been pregnant. Well, then, is it his kid? He may think not. Trying to put together on the calendar. Could this be my kid? I don't think it is. Go to the priest. And the priest will force her to have an abortion. He B forces her to drink this potion, and if the fetus falls away in rots and she will be left barren, then she cheated on him. But if the feed is somehow survives, drinking the potion, then it's his. And all of this is Jake bordering on witchcraft and idiocy and all of this. But that's what it says in numbers. Very clearly. And there are other places in the Bible where it talks about how to kill the child in the womb. And in the talmud also specifically justifies partial birth abortions if the mother is likely to die because the mother has priority over the child. So this was the Jewish tradition of people who wrote this prioritized the living mother over the youth. They say that the child doesn't have an equal right to life until they've taken the first breath and are infused with the spirit because of course, what do the original idea of what are the soul came from or the spirit came from? Was that people didn't know what air was, but they knew that you would die if you couldn't breathe the breath of life. So that's what they thought spirit was air. And so when a child takes us for breath, then it has equal right to life..

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"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"At a trend line. That's trending down real easy for me to do. I do the same thing. President i look at my sold. My company had i move all the proceeds bitcoin. Oh my god yeah. Yeah it's multi-billionaire it's a multibillion dollar number. I'm like oh god. Why did i not do that. But i didn't. Because of fear and uncertainty and doubt right like just be honest right. That's that was the reason why didn't do. It didn't have the conviction and understanding that. I had but anyway long story short is i do believe multimillion dollar coin in the next ten years right. I believe that. I just don't think i'm not me but i don't think people be pricing. I the one thing that i want to say for people that are listening to our conversation about the real estate peace and block rock stepping in and buying the real estate. I don't think this is a good thing for society like nine. I want that to be very clear. Like we're kind of laughing and joking and like us. It's just really obvious as to why this company is doing this. Why any other big fixed income houses probably trying to put those those quote unquote positions on of buying people's houses. They're going to bid the prices of real estate. And it's just gonna it's gonna be a mess but this is a company that is reacting to the policy decisions that are being made on a global scale. It's not that they're trying to be bad people. They're just trying to protect their equity holders by making sound decisions to protect themselves against future. Debasement it's happening in the double digits. Based on mtv money supply growth and like they're just reacting just like everybody else's reaction just like you out there. Buying bitcoin are reacting to circumstances of what's being dealt. So i i just want that to be clear and i know jay feels the same way as like one thing. I wanted to tell you that. I agree with that..

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"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

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"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"And i went back and we've raised the money in like lehto six going into seven by the summer of o seven. The iphone comes out and we were to build product. And we're we're alive and we had a techcrunch article in this night. And they were comparing us to another former paypal. Mafia guy who created genie dot com. Gni genealogy and so. I think it was david sacks mistaken so we were. We were competing with his site in the article. But we really didn't think about think of ourselves as competing with them. But that's how michael aronson royally is not good with other investors and stuff. The long and a short of the story was we didn't get the scale. I went back to them. And i said i think we have to reshape this product to make it an app and at the same time that's summer. Facebook launched the apps that they call them right on facebook. So i was like we need to make it so that it's a facebook app and an iphone app and on the facebook thing and i think anybody can do this by the way you program out there. At least you create wake you. I think would invest. Actually if they did it the right way. 'cause i think it's a great idea but executed properly the way to solve the issue that we had. We couldn't solve duplicate profiles. I create one hundred precedent for famous people. Like you by the way and i just interviewed say the other day isaiah jackson lot of you guys that have like hundreds of thousands of dollars you end up having all these fake accounts. Actually jason williams. Those two right so talking to him about this. He's like they won't verify the on twitter. It's like it's so annoying crazy. I was messing up. Because i have verified. I'm just not famous enough. Let's take a quick break and hear from today sponsor. Wish you were in early on some of the best performing. Ipo's of two thousand nineteen twenty twenty with our crowd. Accredited investors have access to invest directly easily and.

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"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"I'll ask you a question. How does the irs and how much money made last year. Same thing at self reported. I got it. They can audit right like if they wanna do. Because under the contract they could come in audit servers. the burden of crazy i gotcha. They were happy to get their twenty thousand dollars a month or whatever these network so they were like. Wow this is crazy right. It's like they weren't getting that from any company right for video music videos. So when i sold it to bolt i told liu and aaron i had this licensing agreement its place but what we gotta keep this. They threw it away. They sunset my website. They merged the traffic into bolt dot com in the two month period. I was the one that ran the product for them. Because i was the product developer guy kind of you know my role in the beginning of the company. I think it was like vp product. When i first came in eventually became the president accompanied but i came in and basically reshape the entire social network into a video sharing site so they weren't concerned at all like they weren't good thinking. I mean universals going to stop seeing the check. Show i say guys. You can't just not write the check. What are we doing because like wayne it down. Maybe but like you can't just cold turkey and within like a year they filed lawsuit against us. My space really fox because they bought my space. They sued us fox and sony their competitor sony owned what is now crackle then was called grouper grouper with an art so they suit us the three of them made one might mid four thousand there but they sued the three of us for sure. I mean if you just. Google like bolt dot com universal laws zoll kinds of.

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"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"And he does the same thing on twitter. He acts the same way but nobody actually does the follow up question with that. They love how he right. Because he's a character typing. Yeah i pissed them off the other day. I was like you always ask so many questions and i was like. Isn't that why we're here. I'm not here listening to a diatribe and then not question what you're saying. Yeah he was saying something. And i was like explain. Why and he's like well. It's because of this like go but she didn't really explain it. Can you go in a little deeper. And then he tried to say something very high level. And then i go. No no no. Because i'm not like everybody else just listens to them. I'm like i'm religious to say in twitter. Tweet it and you can ask him and he could just ignore it but on clubhouse you're pressed i wanna ask you and you got and so that's why i love the audio because we have a conversation you could really learn from people. It's the equivalent. I would say the equivalent of like listening to a radio station versus like high def. Tv where twitter right now is like you can put out a little tweet. It's taxed theirs. It's really hard to understand the context. It's hard to understand the confidence in the person's voice right like you're hearing any that you get on the house where you get on. What do they call it on twitter spaces. You should be doing spaces..

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"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

05:28 min | 10 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Was competing with friendster back in the day. Right so raider day. It was kind of pre friendster right around that time back then there were like we used to call them profile sites. There was black planet asia. Magenta there was mice based friendster. There was joy dot com. The dili dot com. There was all these kind of profile sites go and critical profile it was kind of social networks but nobody was calling it that yet and so i thought well the dating things like the stigma was hard to get people to join because the stigma dating and not everybody's looking to date right. How's it but i do think like the early days of aol chat rooms. I think people want to. Just hang out and communicate. I think generally people were kind of bored and looking for community connection. I saw that early on and i built social tree. We build a little audience. And i was trying to compete with friendster. Friendster got beat by space as we all know because we hear it all the time. Bitcoin is bitcoin. The knicks moist base right. So but it's not you can get into that but the lawsuit..

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"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"And monetize do advertising. I was like this is not sustainable. For match dot com would have lived. That i know. They're huge companies today right but back then twenty years ago. That's not sustainable. If i offer this for free through advertise add support. I know make less money. Than if i had a subscription based but i'll have a place in the world and op compete and siphon off some of their customer base right and that's what i did and so i got to like maybe a hundred thousand members and i sold it to match peel c. Which i think is now spark networks. They own american singles dot com j. d. and a bunch of these dating sites. So there's a guy named pod that's his nickname pod dot com is is is his blog. Phillip kaplan he started add bright and he now runs the largest music distribution service on the web which is called districted and in the early days he created before like even instagram was was around. I think it was called moberg. He had like his mobil before. It had iphone app. Stuff right before the iphone. He had like a mobile app. Uploading site for photos. Believe it or not right really cool and he sold a site through ebay which was like a great idea so i listed on ebay on e. within days. Yeah but i didn't sell listed. I got all the inbound. I took the listening down and then i negotiated. I sold it so it was. I saw he did. This guy's smart guy. I was always tracking some of the guys in the industry. And i said that's a good idea. Let me let me see if i listed and there's and all of a sudden like this big company reaches out and there were like they didn't even know about me right and they're like how these guys getting these numbers and they verify the numbers and we negotiate it and i didn't get rich or anything off of it but it did show me that. There's a there there there and i was like. Oh cow i gotta run. Does you know. And so then. I built another social network which was social tree. Dot com. People never heard of this but social tree dot com was competing with friendster back in the day. Right so raider day. It was kind of pre friendster right around that time back then there were like we used to call them profile sites. There.

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"jay gould" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Today's show we get into a detailed conversation about many of those experiences that shaped his thinking on founding building and selling businesses the last tech business that he sold sold for thirty three million dollars today. He's an active venture capitalist and a bit corner for the first half of the interview. We cover his lessons learned trials and tribulations with raising money from billionaires. Reid hoffman and much much more and then in the second half we cover his thoughts on bitcoin and how he thinks about it as an investment in his overall portfolio. I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation with jay. He's just so open and candid with what he knows what he's learned through the years and so it's just an incredible lesson for people to kind of hear from this firsthand experience of all these different businesses that he's created through the years so with that. Let's go ahead and dive in with jay gold listening to bitcoin fundamentals by the investors podcast network now for your host pressed elitist..

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"jay gould" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jay gould" Discussed on Bit Storm

"You could definitely have some scenes there where it's essentially just comes down to dial up choices and stuff but you have to make sure that yet that you subservience enough essentially the you are keeping him. Happy i'm imagining. Some of these conversations is sort of like he he pulls you aside and his room lewis. You know you've been faithful just a here for many years and i've always valued your your j. j. hurry i i'd like to know what you think on how well you think i'm doing is king and you tell the truth and he goes. Well i never with your head off with one of your tassels. I'm taking this good a tape of your bills so you can have a vehicle. You'll jingo when you go to the left and nothing when you go to the jagd. Aw you and your jingle jangle. Oh the time lewis. Now it's to be jingle. And i would love in the gap where jay gould would have been jingle so that idea though you have to like he set up you sit up these jokes and you give the player the option of multiple punch lines and the like the funniest one cannot be used because the funniest one is always expensive the king or if the court in some way and so it's really it's it's it's horrifying decision every time to make a less funny junk you going through through the options of what ryan's with things king dammit dammit is like is the first thing you think it's all things that are just nasty to the king and then you got like these horrible one there's talks about spring a spring the spur oh this spring like the season the spring. Yeah i like that. You really set up. You set up the where you give them a number of punch lines and all of them have a great rhyme that.

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"jay gould" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"jay gould" Discussed on KCRW

"These affairs What am I gonna do about Martin Luther King? With all these reports coming in on him? Hold on, There's somebody get somebody Tell him Big watches conduct. Lord looks to me like he's confirmed order a lot of this partisan relationship. You're very endearing. It's hard to understand that, but he says it looks to me like he's gone too far with a lot of them as far as his relationships with girls. Um, So what did they eventually do with this information? Was it used at all? He said the Preston bite, But so how did they end up using this information? Basically, it never never took hold, You know, And that was, I think one of the frustrations that Jay Gould and William Sullivan and it didn't take home but they just kept you know they can Monitoring and wiretapping and bugging of Dr King's hotel rooms up until when he was assassinated. That's when they stopped. No. And how did that affect him personally? Life. I think this is my This is conjecture On my part. I think that here is a man who's dealing on all fronts. He's dealing with being the leader of the civil rights movement, which is gonna be a tremendous bird. He's dealing with having these multiple relationships as he had same time. He has a wife and some Children home. That's gotta be a burden. He's dealing with the fact that 64. He's given the Nobel Peace Prize and then called by Jacob Notorious liar. Gotta deal with that. He's ill of the fact that by 67, he feels like you know, America. He should focus not just on the civil rights struggle, but basically saying, I'm not shouldn't be in Vietnam, knowing full well that it would have an impact on his relationship. Living Baines Johnson and the just administration. So you know he's constantly facing all of these things, And he's also getting pushback from the civil rights community is basically saying, Where you going on from Gina with Vietnam, we should be staying focused on the civil rights group. So I can't imagine that This wasn't a tremendous amount burdens on Dr King's shoulders, You know, so you can see in the first week. We benefit together. There's a weariness. In the tiredness that you see that says in his face. Right. And then you mentioned this letter that he received actually from Sullivan William Sullivan of the FBI, but it was Anonymous and supposed to be from an admirer of faking my were telling him basically to kill himself. You know what you have to do? That's what it said in the letter. You know, you have to do That seems particularly, um, horrifying to receive something like that. And how how did he react to that? Well, yeah, You gotta imagine that Dr King was upset, But they said that this is part of a parcel of what to going to the FBI would go to the church undercut him in the struggle Reputation. I mean, they were clearly aware that they were being monitored and they would be these dropped on. Obviously for quite a while. I would imagine he would have been upset me. No one has said that he was upset, but you can imagine he was upset and it was just which is terrific. How funny FBI would doesn't try toe. To destroy him and basically destroyed his family. And also at the same time they have this COINTELPRO program, which is where they would install. Um, spies, I guess into Antiwar movements, peace movements, also his movement and in his inner circle in your movie, you talk about a photographer who was basically an FBI informant. Did Dr King realize that that was also a tactic the FBI was using. Did you realize that at the time He did. You know, I think you did. They were informants within the organization. They do it, you know on and you know, it wasn't like they were. Hiding information where they were going to blow up a city or destroy a city and stuff. Basically was King and his associates during and talking about this strategies of going to these different cities to try to break down the walls of segregation. Island. Cinderella is that obviously, for those in power they saw that is incendiary. So there is something that was gonna you know, again up in democracy. I'm wondering as you are working on this movie and releasing it How you view the current events. Also, most recently, the insurrection of the capital. Not far from where Dr King delivered that speech. Well, it just It just says to me that you know America's history. Has a tendency to repeat itself. So many other things that you heard Trump is rightful office. The idea that these black lodge protests were causing a rise in the cities. Go back to the film with that lady I'm told in show Sister Dr King. Don't you feel like you're peaceful protests causing rides in the city's when people are saying they're communism is this and heaven impact on the civil rights movement. You know, And then you hear him today in America. Then it's anti fur that's had an impact on the black lives matter movement with a socialist Democrats they have destroyed. Our community is not the same kind of language earned back in the sixties. It's amazing American keeps repeating the same truck pulling out the same tropes. This is an American that needs to come to a wrecking understand their history, You know, so they don't keep repeating it and lead to the destruction of this democracy. After Dr King was assassinated, and obviously the FBI ceased its surveillance. And after the hearings on how they conducted themselves with the COINTELPRO program and all that, when all after all of that came out in seventies, Do you think that the FBI Reformed itself when it comes to monitoring Protest groups and civil rights activists. Well as you heard in the film, Comey thinks that this was the darkest critter ending in the history of the FBI. What happened to the King in the sixties? Now I'm too cynical to believe that that's the darkest period in the history of the FBI. Until sample believe that just because they were probably for Congress and said, This was reduced in my restaurant things, you know, you have to change your ways that they have actually completely changed their ways even know and I know that they're still mileage mean there's still some family in the organization in the group of people that they feel might be in their minds Insurrectionist You know, so I'm pretty sure that those people in the black Watch matter movement have been infiltrating that they've been monitored by the FBI. It's just it's not. It would be impossible. They wouldn't do that. I want to thank you so much for coming on the show today. My pleasure. Sam Pollard, director of the new documentary MLK FBI. Available on demand on iTunes and Amazon.

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"jay gould" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"jay gould" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah. And radio. I'm Rollie James is Monday night Trivia. Your participation is encouraged. That's right. Which snatcher outside your radio speaker. If we could get to you, but go to a phone call us 8888765593 88 88 r o l l y e that will do it to it. And yes, that's a bumper up for grabs. And yes, that's an artist we talked about. We're talking with Ray Minor. And yes, you should know it. And if you do well, that's an instant win. Not that the prices they're worth it, But it's for the fun of playing. We have a question. What we I have a question that I have Out at the beginning of the evening, and you're welcome to take a guess on that, and that would be undoubtedly you've got one. But it is in this large. The largest one, at least of which were aware is 3500 square feet Largest. What All right. So you're gonna have other categories. You know the drill. I won't review. Well, we'll just check out Bill in Chicago. Welcome to WGN Radio. Yeah, I got a question to ask you. I don't know what 3500 square feet is on the roof. I don't want no one else is flat. That's what it did not have one. Every Maru from my house. Maybe They're on the song. I know the song but I can't place the singer anyways. What I want to ask you, you know W gm? Yes, the farm director or insane Muslim retiring end of the year, Right? Okay. Want actually a question if you know this and who was the farm director's name and who was with him on WWL Fort William Back in the fifth, your bravery on the world's famous fire escape. Don't Don't make me do this on my Give me a moment and I will be able to pull this up because I had a bullet up your head. You know, By the way, I mean it that way from I won't be able to pull it up online. I don't know if they have that information online, but no, no. It was a guy and my my buddy. Carol Ford worked there doing overnight and I remember so well and God, God, it's not coming to me. But it will. She'll kill me because she listens to the replays of this and she'll say You didn't know that, but a period. Yeah. Yeah, But I, um Oh, you know Bob Seaver's Bob's Secrets posts Evers. Yeah, but who was a who is keep? He was the main morning guy on on the W. A bill in the morning but who was the farm director? Did he watch the farm director. Now enough, not back early in the fifties he was with he was he and another guy did it. Really? Jay Gould? No, I wouldn't have come up with that. I would not trade you. Can who? Okay, who was who was performers on the show? Every morning. God only knows I was a wi be see in Indianapolis. I remember our farm director was Harry Andrews, where there was very jiggle on and in fact My little Google device. I can get w W on it. Oh, well, I told you get him and that at five in the morning. Fort Wayne time They still come on with a farm report on who the guy is now. But back then it was Jay Gould, Bob Seaver's, and they're still play the theme song. Financially in the Hilltoppers over Little Red Barn. Oh, my God. They still playing on Eric for the intro, and they still they still take the temperature on the fire escape? Well, the other worlds the world's famous fire escape. Of course, there's no fire escape anymore with, you know, there is a building, but just the idea of when I heard it. I said all they still use the express. Well, right, And there's also no 50,000 watch signal anymore, either. No, no, no, so that that was a real heartbreaker. Yeah, because I just feel good E could get them on the WWN Fork in Chicago here, but now you can't get it because there's a Spanish station overrides it. Oh, yeah, Well, of course. Yeah. Donors, but I can't. I don't know what the number Yeah. Yeah, but I remember they had Jack Underwood in mid days. Jack underwent a minute days. Bob chased it. Afternoon, Bob face. He was one of the DJs. Yeah. Yeah, but no. Jay Gould was a guy because, Okay, I went Went one year it was probably 59 or something like that. They used to run a train excursion from Fort Wayne on the old pencil railroad before to what she called him last on show. Yeah, my dad and I and my brother went one year. Sam Chicago went to the livestock show, huh? Yeah, they were. They were just terrific. And you know such impact. And when they wound up lowering that signal to allow the New York station W l I b to increase their power just broke my heart. Oh, yeah, that was that was That was a tri state station. Well back then to try. Yeah, but it was a night. It was a lot more than weird all over. But today there was nothing in the daytime. Well, sure, Ohio, Michigan and when? When Indiana didn't have daylight savings time, they had to give the time for Indiana and then they say, and in Ohio and Michigan, it's But now it Z and you talked about cassettes. Yeah, I didn't have it Might have some Eric checks on him, too. But I collected over old radio shows. Oh, sure. From the guy That doesn't burn Chicago been doing ever since. 1970. Yeah. Um And I used to collect them once, but they tape those things. I just hide it, don't it about 6000. Goodwill 00? No, not too good will hold God. Yeah, I don't know what else to do with Wyndham, right? But I was going to give him two because, um, The guy you had him of war is talking about head of blind friend. Um everyone, just college with well might. In fact, I want to tell School in Indiana for the visit Handicap. Of them. Well, the years old and blind now, But it wasn't in which you couldn't kid. Do those kids, you know? But I was going to donate him too. Like the lighthouse or something like that. Don't maybe some of those people but The virus broke out. They wouldn't accept him. Oh, my God. Yeah, they couldn't accept. It Makes sense. Now. I wanna know more about Jay Gould, because acres I never heard him. But But the other thing is because, as you probably know, this isn't the same Jay Gould clearly. He was like a railroad titan. I mean, a financial financial speculator who is very well known in the early to mid 18 hundreds, and he was known for very bright but very unscrupulous business practices that before the 19 hundreds came around, he was like one of the wealthiest people in America. I wonder if this Jay Gould named himself after the railroad baron. I don't know, but that's what it that's what that's why I know you buy on the radio was bagel. I missed him interact as Carol Human. Yes, Yes, your friends Because he was he would have still been alive then. So I'm sure that we all right, could I? Because I Because I got up and had to melt at five in the morning. It was every morning we had a radio in the barn in the area. Mr. Listen to the farm report every morning. Yeah, that was my father had a rule My brother and I got old enoughto. Which is a carouse around back in the fifties, right by gas route by gas for 39 cents a gallon, or 20 cents a gallon. Burn it all night. But You drive all over, but he had one rule. You said I don't care what time you come in. Just remember..

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"jay gould" Discussed on iHeart Podcast Channel

iHeart Podcast Channel

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"jay gould" Discussed on iHeart Podcast Channel

"Violent differences of opinion. So we get into all of that, you know, is very curious and excited to talk it out with someone who studies ignorance and the comfort of ignorance for living magnet ologists, Dr Robert Proctor. I Everyone has. Told me I need to hunt you down to talk about what? You study and you are technically speaking, and Agnew tahl a gist. I guess so. Yeah, That's one of the things I d'oh. Do a lot of different things. I'm my title is I'm professor of the history of science. At Stanford University, where I'm also professor by courtesy of pulmonary medicine, But I work on a lot of different Things, including the history of eggnog, and you studied also the history of science. How did it dovetail into the history of ignorance? At what point did a lightbulb go off? And you thought Oh, I want to study that well, I was always interested in puzzles and mysteries and illusions, even from From being a kid. I remember in high school trying to figure out the moon illusion. What? What is the moon appear a large on the horizon, And basically, I think figured it out. It's you know, we live in a Loadem cosmology where the sky we figures about two or three miles high and the horizon is about 10 or 20 Miles high, So it makes sense that if something appears the same above you and on the horizon, it will actually in effect, create an illusion of being much larger. Young horizon, So that's kind of the popular cosmology we live in because The bird is overhead. It's closer. It's On the horizon. It's farther and we normalize that, and that creates the moon illusion. So I was always insistent puzzles and Martin Gardener type of Mysteries O, and for more on those moon illusions. See the cell enology episode with Rachael Noona. Also side note. Martin Gardner was a popular and beloved mathematics columnist. Yeah, he made math Kool and he was a founder of the skeptics movement, starting way back with his early 19 fifties book, fads and fallacies in the name of science. So this guy was the original myth Buster, the founder of the Debunking of flimflam ary. And I remember noticing learning things that I thought were true. That turned out not to be true. I remember is a kid thinking that Wei would eat chicken hearts. I grew up in South Texas, and we would eat chicken hearts. So I thought my heart was the size of a still when I think of my heart, I kind of think of it like a little tiny chicken on. I remember thinking that every country was the same size in the same shape and that I remember puzzling. How can it be that a refrigerator is hot at the back, and that is the heat at the back that makes the cold in the front. One day we're going to figure this out in a thermo technology episode for your I promised. That day is not today. You know, so I was a curious child. And when I went off to graduate school after majoring in biology and chemistry didn't know what I wanted to do. And I started noticing that Basically, that's all. What I was supposed to learn was all of this great science, Darwin and Einstein and The double helix and I thought, you know. Well, what about you know the things people don't know. And what about all the people who don't believe in evolution on don't understand cosmology. What about them? And that was uninterested. To my to my Harvard professors. And so I thought, you know. Hey, wait a minute. A lot of people don't believe evolution. Why don't we study that? Yeah, And so that's kind of one of the things that got me going on ignorance. And what about the word itself? Agnes Ology. Where did that come from? I started. I got involved with some radical science groups. Harvard University, where I was studying with Stephen Jay Gould. Stephen Jay Gould side note was known as someone who challenged the scientific theories he found to be rooted in racism among studying a lot of other things, so this work toward dismantling misinformation goes way back. And We were studying things like how the chemical industry lies about chemicals and how the tobacco industry Lies about cigarettes and the sugar industry as its own set of deceptions and Um Something, you know. Ah, we should you know, this is this is kind of a big deal. You know, Harvard was taking all this money from the Sugar industry and And creating ignorance, and I could see it around me and I said, You know, we need a word for the creation of ignorance, their cynical epistemology, which is the study of knowledge. How we know what we know. One of the methods in Paris is, um rationalism. The sources of knowledge that was that was heavily studied and what I notices everyone was ignoring ignorance. He says. This was salient to him because he comes from the deep South and his beliefs didn't match those of a lot of his relatives. Again. It was certainly what about them, you know, And what about these big corporations Lying about tobacco are lying about Chemicals. And so I said, Well, we, you know word. And so this was in the early 19 nineties, I was Writing a book on cancer and written a book on Nazi Medicine. That's another another thing it right about Nazi science. I was writing a book on what causes cancer. And I needed a word for all of these. Efforts to create ignorance. And so I asked a linguist friend of mine, a brilliant linguist in bowl and he came up with magnetometers Ji. And originally we spelled differently was a GI and A and Agneta ology. And we got protests from the people who studied jawless fish magnet ology on, so I changed it to a G in. Oh, so there's a cognitive with, you know. Ah ah! Agnostic and agnostic and that sort of thing. So that was sort of how it came up that I needed a word to describe the deliberate Production of.

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"jay gould" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"jay gould" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Gary and any man communicated. There you go I was going to say someone I went to fourth grade with okay, dearest sister. Amy, Katy Perry and Amy manner. Sisters new talent runs in the family beautiful voices. Dearest sister. Amy. Thank you for my signed copy of vacation land. John Hodgman may have said that you are clever. But now, Jordan and Jessie are declaring once and for all that I am the most clever, aka the cleverer sister. Thanks also for coming and helping us win Frederick was born love you. I love Frederick Fredericks beautiful child. Yeah. Fredericks great. Do you? How do you pro- Frederick Dana? Yeah. I mean, gorgeous kid get a of this kid. It's it's the opposite of childhood's childhood not childhood end. Was that movie Howard's hand face off? No, I wanna revisit face off knows the was being born and children of men. Children of men. Yes. The antithesis of chill. Yeah. Hey, Dana Gould, do you have a message for people who live in Seattle. You know? Yes. The emerald city the emerald city the Seattle city by the bay. I will be performing in Seattle the windy city. The birthplace of our democracies. Seattle. It's tokyo. Sin cities. Who? Seattle. The location of the night strangler seventy three nights Stocker sequel. I will be performing this Friday again, very on Brennan. I'll be performing this Friday night at the triple door. Cathy, Sorbo in the Zuma Bella trio, and there's still a couple of seats left. And you can get them, Irv. You get tickets at the triple door. I'll tell you what you're not going to regret the decision that you make to go. See Dana, Jay Gould, live answer. Do it. If you're in Seattle. And then do it whenever he's in your town. If you haven't Seattle great. Yeah. Great fun, Jordan. And I went to see Dana Gould at cobb's of the punchline or something we were in college. Yeah. It's one of my favorite memories. Great fonder memories. You time. We went to Dana Gould river telling me this. We I I remember we chatted with you out side. We talked to you felt like I felt like real hot shit. We talked to Dana Gould, he's the best. Seventy four. Yeah. Bell-bottoms sideburns all wearing orange vests. Plant. We're going very far forward, but we all want to back. Yeah. We have to keep on truckin pose naturally underpants. Then it was thousand two okay. I guessed Seattle two or three Seattle. This is my message to you get a babysitter, go see. Dana, Jay Gould. Yeah. And if you don't have kids hire babysitters, so you'll have someone to go to the show with. Sex with them. And maybe you'll have a kid later. By the way, speaking of babies, I had this. I had this. I was I have you ever done this driving? I'm driving on the one on one today. Yeah. I've done that to be right there with you. I was win. Earlier today, myself totally not thinking you're going to Japan vintage market. I was going to sky high trampoline indoor trampoline in van Nuys. Fuck. She lives might sucks, and I reach out, and I just not even thinking I just pick up my phone and look at something because I was thinking of and then I realize fuck I'm driving. And it's an absent mindedly can never got. That mean with the anime guy in the butterfly. Oh my God. It was it was I was something. I forget what it was thinking about. But it was an oh. And so I realize the best way to really hammer home that we can't text on the highway is. In a perfect world. You just have toddlers babies randomly crawl across a highway and everybody would be we can't live in your crazy. You TOA theory. All righty saying. Exactly. But you can't do that. But we could have robotic toddler so. Yeah. Pretty dramatic to hit and pink onesies randomly crawling across the highway the only way it would work as if people don't for every ten two of them are real babies, right? So that way, you're not flooding. You're not really flooding. Our highway with children, right? It's just a couple of the borders real takes real. Yeah. That's that's my way to solve that..

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"jay gould" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"jay gould" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Gary and any man communicated. There you go I was going to say someone I went to fourth grade with okay, dearest sister. Amy, Katy Perry and Amy manner. Sisters new talent runs in the family beautiful voices. Dearest sister. Amy. Thank you for my signed copy of vacation land. John Hodgman may have said that you are clever. But now, Jordan and Jessie are declaring once and for all that I am the most clever, aka the cleverer sister. Thanks also for coming and helping us win Frederick was born love you. I love Frederick Fredericks beautiful child. Yeah. Fredericks great. Do you? How do you pro- Frederick Dana? Yeah. I mean, gorgeous kid get a of this kid. It's it's the opposite of childhood's childhood not childhood end. Was that movie Howard's hand face off? No, I wanna revisit face off knows the was being born and children of men. Children of men. Yes. The antithesis of chill. Yeah. Hey, Dana Gould, do you have a message for people who live in Seattle. You know? Yes. The emerald city the emerald city the Seattle city by the bay. I will be performing in Seattle the windy city. The birthplace of our democracies. Seattle. It's tokyo. Sin cities. Who? Seattle. The location of the night strangler seventy three nights Stocker sequel. I will be performing this Friday again, very on Brennan. I'll be performing this Friday night at the triple door. Cathy, Sorbo in the Zuma Bella trio, and there's still a couple of seats left. And you can get them, Irv. You get tickets at the triple door. I'll tell you what you're not going to regret the decision that you make to go. See Dana, Jay Gould, live answer. Do it. If you're in Seattle. And then do it whenever he's in your town. If you haven't Seattle great. Yeah. Great fun, Jordan. And I went to see Dana Gould at cobb's of the punchline or something we were in college. Yeah. It's one of my favorite memories. Great fonder memories. You time. We went to Dana Gould river telling me this. We I I remember we chatted with you out side. We talked to you felt like I felt like real hot shit. We talked to Dana Gould, he's the best. Seventy four. Yeah. Bell-bottoms sideburns all wearing orange vests. Plant. We're going very far forward, but we all want to back. Yeah. We have to keep on truckin pose naturally underpants. Then it was thousand two okay. I guessed Seattle two or three Seattle. This is my message to you get a babysitter, go see. Dana, Jay Gould. Yeah. And if you don't have kids hire babysitters, so you'll have someone to go to the show with. Sex with them. And maybe you'll have a kid later. By the way, speaking of babies, I had this. I had this. I was I have you ever done this driving? I'm driving on the one on one today. Yeah. I've done that to be right there with you. I was win. Earlier today, myself totally not thinking you're going to Japan vintage market. I was going to sky high trampoline indoor trampoline in van Nuys. Fuck. She lives might sucks, and I reach out, and I just not even thinking I just pick up my phone and look at something because I was thinking of and then I realize fuck I'm driving. And it's an absent mindedly can never got. That mean with the anime guy in the butterfly. Oh my God. It was it was I was something. I forget what it was thinking about. But it was an oh. And so I realize the best way to really hammer home that we can't text on the highway is. In a perfect world. You just have toddlers babies randomly crawl across a highway and everybody would be we can't live in your crazy. You TOA theory. All righty saying. Exactly. But you can't do that. But we could have robotic toddler so. Yeah. Pretty dramatic to hit and pink onesies randomly crawling across the highway the only way it would work as if people don't for every ten two of them are real babies, right? So that way, you're not flooding. You're not really flooding. Our highway with children, right? It's just a couple of the borders real takes real. Yeah. That's that's my way to solve that..

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"jay gould" Discussed on Invention

Invention

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"jay gould" Discussed on Invention

"And of course, not everyone would always feel this way on top. So you had the rivals of Sachs who oppose the saxophone for pure business reasons, you know, they just wanted to take him down. But there have been people who hated it for other reasons, of course, when really sad fact in its history is that probably because it would reach its most powerful and brilliant use later on in like African American jazz music racists have often targeted the saxophone like no surprise here. But the Nazis hated the saxophone there's an article in two thousand twelve in the Atlantic by Jay Jay Gould about this citing the writings of the Czech dissident literary figure Joseph's Vora key. And the Nazis often opposed jazz music. He he talks about how they considered the saxophone to be linked to to like African music, and they banned it they highly regulated it in Germany and some occupied. Territories. And in one of his books. Vora key relase, a set of regulations issued by Nazi officer named goal lighter in occupied Czechoslovakia. And some of these rules are just bizarre Lee specific like quote pieces in FOX trot rhythm, so called swing are not to exceed twenty percent of the repertoires of light, orchestras and dance bands. Like so tightly regulating the specific musical qualities of what kind of music can be played and win literal music Nazis. Yes. Yes. And like banning vocal improvisation, you know, like scat singing. But then also one of the things that that is in this list of prohibitions is quote, all light, orchestras and dance bands are advised to restrict the use of. Aksa phones of all keys into substitute for them, the violin cello the viola or possibly a suitable folk instrument, and so a lot of these rules explicitly site, racial resentment is their motivation saying that music should not sound Jewish or African it's insanity. And in Iraqi wrote that jazz was opposed by the authorities of the Soviet Union as well, he wrote jazz was a sharp thorn in the sides of the power hungry men from Hitler, debris Geneve who successfully ruled in my native land. I have to say I think I'm even more inclined to like jazz now that I know that it was getting under the skin of of prominent, Nazis and giving them the willies, right? I mean, you can you can t apart from their racial hatred. There's also there's a spirit of creativity and freedom in it that is anathema to the totalitarian authoritarian spirit, you know, that that hates that kind of creativity. Yeah. And of course, I think many people would truly agree that like jazz is one of the. Truest and most powerful realizations of what the saxophone was capable of with, you know, artists like, Charlie Parker. John coltrane. Yeah. Artists that really took that organic nature that we've been talking about and just landed let let that balloon out. Yeah. That that'd be the defining aspect of the performance. Now, despite the fact that I think most people today would really associate the saxophone jazz more than anything else. It actually wasn't a commonly used instrument in the very earliest days of jazz and only became a regular addition to jazz ensembles and compositions roughly I think in the time after World War One like its earliest widespread use in the nineteenth and early twentieth. Centuries was in bands think like John Phillips Sousa tag musically marches, and that kind of thing in the nineteen twenties. The popularity of it skyrocketed surged in America with the saxophone craze. Now, I take like to take a few minutes here to talk about self playing saxophone 's oh Oh you. you. Like, you begin this like a like, no word from our sponsor..

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"jay gould" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"jay gould" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"'cause it's not just Changle d-. It's it's tangled. Yes. But it's also this comfort and says are so important. Unlike cheer me from box by John cribs, zek of embarrass Wisconsin. Erica, so good. All right. Well, David I've kept you for so long already. And I hate to do this to you. But I there's two things I really wanna know before we close out one of them is the way and every podcast. I asked I asked every guests to questions, but before we get to those closing questions. I would be remiss if I didn't talk to you for just at least a minute about your path in your journey because we started off talking about all of the incredible books that you've written and your interest in Evelyn kind of the through line that goes through it. But you yourself or not in Evelyn canary biologist, you actually didn't get into this through scientific path. You started in a more literary way. Didn't you? I do I started as a novelist. I did my graduate work on William Faulkner. I studied hardly any biology in my academic career published. My first book was a novel published in nineteen seventy forty nine forty nine years ago Macau. And then I gradually turned into a nonfiction writer with an interest in the life sciences published a couple of spy novels published one other book of fiction, and then I since nineteen eighty eight I have published only and you say gradual, and maybe there was no, you know, pointed Eureka moment where that shift occurred. But there must have been something the first time you wrote non fiction or through line in your fiction work that that moved into a nonfiction area. Like how did that transition? Take place. It was partly urged along by very practical considerations. I published that first book very early was. I was twenty two nineteen seventy and then I tried writing some other some other novels in nobody wanted him. And I was paying my dues between the first book in the second book instead of before the first book. So I was in Montana. I was working as a as a bartender in a waiter a fishing guide. And I started to read nonfiction, and I said, wow, I love it. I hardly written on fiction before. But some of this nonfiction is really artful literary work not just explanation. I started reading early McPhee early. Stephen Jay Gould, Lauren is Li little bit of any Dillard, I started reading much more widely in history and philosophy Herodotus and through cities and. J b s Haldane Bertrand Russell, anyway, yada, yada, yada. I got interested in non section and saw that it could be literary art just as fiction on can be literary. Art, absolutely. The best nonfiction is. So is is narrative, it's it's it's literary. And of course, you've you've done so much incredible work in natural history. Not just these stories that we've been talking about in the books that we've mentioned previously, but you really are outdoorsman, and you really are just so. So there's such a craft and you for writing about the natural world around us. You did a recent book with National Geographic about Yellowstone. And it's just it's just stunning. It's really beautiful. Thank you. I've spent I've worked for National Geographic for about twenty years now. And I've spent a lot of time walking through jungles with with fit young. And that's been a Spence occasionally arduous, but it's been a great great privilege. And so with this book, I'm walking a different kind of jungle. I didn't get to walk through any actual jungles. But that's that's an N Yellowstone is not on jungle. It's wonderful cold snowy forest mountain ecosystem. But yeah, I spent a lot of my time reporting from the field on different aspects of biology in following following field..

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The History of Cyber Monday

TechStuff

04:18 min | 3 years ago

The History of Cyber Monday

"Welcome to tech stuff. I'm your host Jonathan Strickland, an executive producer, and that love all things tech today thought change things up a bit and talk about the history and evolution of cyber Monday. So where did this come from? And are the deals on cyber Monday. Really great. And I guess the answer to that. Second question is essentially it depends. But first, let's talk about some history. So before there was cyber Monday. There was black Friday both in the sense that black Friday is a thing is older than cyber Monday. And also cyber Monday is the Monday that follows black Friday. So technically, it's true in two different senses. All right. So what does black Friday one of the United States? Black Friday is the Friday following thanksgiving. Thanksgiving in the United States falls on the fourth Thursday of November. At least it has ever since. Eighteen thirty nine when Franklin Delano Roosevelt moved the holiday up a week from the final Thursday of November. Now since November two thousand eighteen started on a Thursday November. I was Thursday that means that two thousand eighteen will see thanksgiving fall as early as it can which means November twenty second the latest. It can fall in the month is November twenty eighth. Anyway, black Friday is the day after thanksgiving in the United States. Now, there is an apocryphal story that says the origins of black Friday are deeply racist and tied to the United States history with slavery. According to that story slave traders would sell slaves at a discount on the day after thanksgiving to help plantation owners who are going to want to purchase more slaves to do work leading up to the winter. That's a horrible horrible thing. But the story isn't true at all. And honestly, I find it hard to believe that slave traders would respond to an increase in demand by lowering their prices, they already seen like terrible terrible human beings. I don't think of them as being particularly altruistic. However, we can put that whole explanation aside. Anyway, if anyone tells you black Friday is based in slavery that is not true. The term black Friday in relation to the day after thanksgiving did not appear in print until the nineteen fifties. As far as we can determine there was however an earlier version of black Friday, though, that was not the day after thanksgiving that black Friday wasn't associated with a holiday at all. But rather with a stock market crash that happened on Friday September twenty fourth eighteen sixty nine the cause of that crash was that there were two speculators named Jay Gould and James Fisk and together they were able to drive up. The gold prices way way up while they were trying to corner the market on gold on the New York gold exchange. They had even planted a story to convince US president Ulysses s grant to stop gold sales. They had this report that it was going to hurt farmers out west. Meanwhile, they bought up as much gold as they could. And that raised gold prices as a result. So they thought they were going to be rich. They're going to buy up the golden than they could sell it off at these elevated prices, however, president grant found out about it any ordered the release of millions of dollars of gold to be made available on the market and that caused prices to crash suddenly there was way more supply and this crash ended up affecting the stock market as well. However, this was a moment of acute pain. It was a sharp debt in the stock market, thus the name black Friday, but in the long term. Meant that the nation was actually able to avoid a more persistent depression. So it ended up turning out better than it. Otherwise would have the earliest known reference to the day after thanksgiving being black Friday dates to nineteen fifty one from periodical titled factory management and maintenance that it was a real page Turner..

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