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"joe world" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
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"joe world" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"See what I'm up to and where I will be doing either A daily show are filling in luck. I am here for Buck. In any case, Glad to be back here. It has been a while. And you know, it's just thinking about that. It's been just over three years since I split from the blaze, and that's where Buck and I first met and Buck's early days of radio. At the blaze. He started calling me the Godfather, because not from the Mario Puzo book or the movies from Francis Ford Coppola. But from the old school film the Will Ferrell thing, I guess I'm the godfather in that. Realm anyway. Many things to talk about Joseph Robinette Biden on the campaign trail today up in Wisconsin with his wife, Jill Biden. And I live in Wilmington, Delaware. So I have a lot of insight into what the bindings are up to. And what they might inflict on this country. Should we make the mistake of electing them and I say them because I do feel like Jill is pulling a lot of the strings in Joe's world. She certainly got a lot more on the ball in terms of mental acuity, mental agility. Then her husband. And I just I just feel nervous about the two of them. In the White House, and then even more So, when you add in the Camilla Harris factor, I'm just saying, What am I worried about? Well, I'm worried about the economy, which is already In a very delicate situation on a precarious perch. If you will. I'm worried about the economy just absolutely falling off a cliff. Now Joe Biden likes to say. Donald Trump drove the economy into a ditch that was a campaign line they used against Romney. In 2012. Well, the situation that is presented to us today because of the pandemic because of the Chinese virus, the 1984 Cove in 1984 virus. The situation really was forced not by Donald Trump. But by the overwhelming demand from Democrats to shut down our economy. A crippling and in my opinion, we didn't do this smartly. We actually got snookered on this one By closing down all the schools by closing down all of the restaurants s O many things. Businesses put a risk. We're now seeing such a gigantic compression. Of our travel business of our hotel business of our entertainment business, And all of that attach is to so many other businesses that we're all on really shaky. Ground thin ice, whatever analogy you want to use. And so what is Joe Biden solution? What are the Democrats Solutions to this tax tax tax? I'm just amazed. Just completely amazed by the belief from Democrats that the solution To every problem is mortgage government. And more government always means less freedom. And it always means you have less money. So you won't be able to afford maybe the attempts she would like to afford to solve problems, and Joe Biden has made no secret about his interest. And even before the pandemic. In hitting you with a bigger tax bill because it will fuel this gigantic progressive government that they want. Remember this? Guess what if you like. May I have your taxes will be raised, not cut. Your taxes are going to be raised, not cut. It was not that long ago was within my lifetime. Granted, I was a toddler. When John Kennedy a guy who would not be considered a Democrat today, when John Kennedy was actually talking about Your money. Needing to be in your pocket and not in the government pockets and John Kennedy talking about a bill that would cut taxes, all taxes. Such a bail will be presented.
"joe world" Discussed on Lush Life
"Bidders company. Tune in next week to hear it all. For now, you'll have to be content very content with her incredible cocktail of the week. Our cocktail of the week is the fermented pineapple south side. The South side is usually ginny. Many Limi- mix, but not surprisingly lauren has raised it to a whole other level by adding in fermented pineapple cordial. You'll need to add the following to a shaker. Sixty miles of tanker number tenjin. Two dashes of bittered slain grapefruit and hops bidders. Six Min leaves. And thirty miles of her fermented pineapple cordial. At is to the Shaker and shake shake, shake and double strain neat into a coup glass. Garnish it with grapefruit cheek with a threaded mint sprig. To make fermented pineapple cordial. You'll have to go to a lush life manual dot com, where you'll find this recipe more recipes and all the cocktails of the week as well as links to all the ingredients. If. This cocktail doesn't want to make you go out to ferment something. I don't know what will. I've never fermented anything I've pickled stuff like cucumbers and carrots pretty easy. But there's something about this cocktail. That really has me. To ferment something. If you live for lush life, make sure you're giving him back to the bars you love by donating are taking part in cocktail delivery where you live. The music for life is by Stephen Shapiro and used with permission. And Lush life is always and will be forever produced by Yvo, Tara and simpler media productions. which leads me to say, the wise words of Oscar Wilde? All things in moderation, including moderation and always drink responsibly in wash your hands day say. So next week. We're back with Lauren as she wins the Dr Joe world-class Canada final an she chooses. The flavors are bittered sling bidders. Until that time bottoms off..
"joe world" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Learn all about knives and knife collecting our midweek show where we dive into the weeds and talk knife life. News a little bit of stuff about Bob's state of the collection which we're doing this week Hearing a little bit about Some of his new knives and we're also going to be talking about the Youtube Channel. Bob Is back in the saddle again with some of the The video making Bob the knife reviewing the I've gotten you know I got last summer. I got into doing the collection selection videos on you know I do one every other day. Or so and I busted out about maybe sixty some about seventy of my collection and then I lost a little bit of steam with that. And but I'm picking back up because in the interim You Know I. I've gotten some new things that definitely need to be shown off before any sort of review happens and also you know I never finished what I already had the time so you know so and bring them back and I like them because they're the kind of video I like to watch you know if it's if I just want a quick take and to check out a knife and Here little little chat about it and then be off. That's the kind of video this is I have plenty of People that I follow that one. I see a nice new twenty minute video from them. I'm excited I tuck in Have Twenty minutes and you want to check out the new say. Dot exclusive Xm eighteen warning oil. Then you've got three and a half minutes to check it out. You Got Seven. Minutes could rewind it and watch it. Watch it again. That's what I'm saying you can hear all the brilliance. Come out of my mouth. Evil twice what there's brilliance coming out of your mouth yet. You're not watching videos. Clean all the okay. Well I'm listening to the PODCAST. So we'll give you a chance for some of that brilliance going up here on the knife junkie gas again episode number one hundred nine but talking about the the knife. Junkies Youtube Channel. If you are not yet subscribed you need to just go to the KNIFE JUNKIE DOT COM slash? Why NOT SUBSCRIBE THAN I've chunk dot com slash? Y T subscribe and you'll be able to subscribe. Don't forget to click that Little Bell Notification. So you'll be notified anytime bob drops a new video or when he goes live for Thursday night knives every Thursday at ten pm so the knife chunky dot com YouTube channel at the knife chunky dot com slash youtube so a lot of great Videos already in the in the in the channel and more to come that's right and every one of our podcast goes up on Youtube to and sometimes it's handy to listen to podcasts on Youtube. I do that at work. Sometimes if I'm doing busy work that doesn't require any writing and Atkin listen to people talking I'll put it on youtube and just kinda minimize the screen Because I can't just wear headphones and listen to my my preferred podcast catcher on my phone at were most is not a good look right but if I need to if I wanNA listen to something and I'm doing busy work Youtube is great. So we put all of these podcasts. There too yeah I I listen to a lot of podcast and a lot of Motivational talks and those kind of things on Youtube. Just again as you said Started going minimize the screen. So I don't have to watch it and Little trick I use. I always like to play at one and a quarter or one of the of speed it up a little bit it doesn't distort the voices too much but I can listen to more content than a quicker about of time. So that's my little trick. Id Yeah I've gotten in the car with you before to go to lunch and your podcast comes on. Automatically knits outlook. Were those guys copy of the end of a commercial. And how do you listen to savor their voice? He's like I'm listening for information man. You know it's so funny I listen to I forget who it was. Maybe even I think it was Gary I'll listen to I've got his daily Flash briefing and the other day. It came on right after I had listened to a podcast like who is that. Because I'm used to listening one and a half to two times speed for some of them and I had gotten used to the cadence of his voice of that faster speed than we came on. Normal's like has got a guest today. Who listening to so is both sounds much deeper? Yeah I like I like listening to a lot of stuff on youtube as you said you mentioned. We put the podcast on there. So there's a great opportunity to Multiple Times during the week to catch some knife junkie contact content because this midweek show comes out every Wednesday evening. The interview show comes out Sunday afternoon Sunday evening and then we have Thursday night knives Thursday night ten pm and so then the collection selection knife review videos all those kind of things. We tried to publish on Mondays. Tuesdays Friday Saturday that kind of thing to kind of spread out the content so you're not overloaded every single day. A lot of great stuff on the knife junkies YouTube channel. All Right Bob. What do you say we get into a knife life news? Let's do it. You're listening to the knife Junkie podcast and now. Here's the knife junkie with the knife. Life News. The first night or talk about this week is named after a mythical monster In the Odyssey. Probably my mythical monster in the Odyssey Silla. Silla is a six headed beast. She lives in the crags above In the palisades between Sicily and the mainland. I believe it was and you have a choice. You can either steer towards Silla who's got six heads with the with monstrous fangs In each one of those miles and snatch people off your ships or you can go the other way and go down characters which is the giant whirlpool. So that's that's where the term rock and a hard place comes from in any case this new knife from steele is named after Scylla the six headed beast and it has a really interesting opening Way Of opening. It's just a thumb stud right. Your Standard Sorta thumb stood opener but the thumb stud is sort of Well it's cantilevered out on the end of an extended Tang. It almost looks like when it's closed like a friction folder. But it is not. It's a it's a locking knife. It just has this The thumb stud out front in. Now you can use it like a normal thumb stud and slow slowly rotated out the blade out or you can flick it But you can also kind of front flip it to if you can imagine a protruding. Trent Tang at the front of a closed blade near the pivot. You can just put your thumb on their pop it out that way also if you ask me now they don't advertise it this way but it looks like you could probably wave the. Silla out of your pocket using that. Tang you know just applying pressure as it as it passes over the Hem of your pocket that tank part you could you pop that thing out and wave it out and none of that would matter if it wasn't such a cool looking knife. What is it a three point? Four inch drop point blade and comes to a very acute point. Apparently it's quite thin and slice and that that really acute point which I would doubt. Drop the knife on comes to an extreme tip so I mean this this looks like a and not only a a nice Change or or a tweak to the traditional opening setup of a dump stud knife but it's also got this beautiful profile and seems to be extremely useful. There's no flat on the blade it's all belly but it it's very gradual so You could basically use this in many different ways and looks like a cool knife. So do you like the looks of the knife as much as the story of the Silla does the story. Just really make that much better. I have to say Jim when I saw. I saw the knife I and I was like. That's cool. I really it resonated with marina how I feel about steel will hot and cold with him. Some of their designs just gorgeous to me and some of them are just like okay. All right so nice out to aerate exactly. This is one of those ones that I looked at and was like wow. I can't wait till that comes out. That just looks great. And then when I found out it was called. Silla thank God. They didn't name some kind of lame knife Silla. That's what I thought. Right or the J two Seventy Five Ray. Right right exactly. It's a good thing. They didn't name this very cool knife that they named the Silla. Jt Seventy Five. His body waste yet. Tragic real real steel will always get dismissed. Real Steel Willman company. They shut together as right. Hey maybe you've got an idea in store for them. They're all right moving on knife life news and other company. That's really one of your favorites tops and I love the headline to new knives tops while I wrote it that way. Because they're both they have a little bit of insanity. I'm going to start with a short sword. The Kuma Kagi Akagi is Designed by Ceo Waste See Ho Joe I'm not sure how you pronounce it the title way Son Johnny side. He's a yeah. He's a knife designer. Wason Johnny Knife designer done a lot of work with tops he designed. The Houma came out a couple of years ago Looks kind of like a gluco Kirk ary at a Girka Khukri and was adopted into the GI. Joe World waste on Johnny Size Big Joe Fan. And he's also a master in Some bladed martial arts and you know is an outdoorsman as well and so you put all these things together and comes up with some pretty great knives so this this short sword the Kuma Pag is has a fifteen inch blade fifteen and a half inch blade. It's a quarter inch thick. It's got a an almost two handed handle and this thing is it's ready for the Wilderness. It's ready for the battlefield. It's ready for anything. This thing is insane. Also say like fifteen inch sound like it'd be ready for anything. Well I mean you know. Tops knives flirted with some pretty big knives. But this one crosses over you have to call it a short short at this point wasting Johnny who does a lot of Filipino. Martial.
"joe world" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"I'm Joe World. Everyone on the bus backed up. I'll call you out. I'll box cut everybody. Oh who wants a thin razor cut right now? Yeah and his rusty. Yeah also Babacar yet. If you don't wait now after this day in Washington wants to die from tetanus how you guys have reached that class. It was the most certificate cookie once. You're a pro. Oh Shit Oh shit. Oh he locked it. Oh no this is going in. That's CRA- used to be our biggest fear at school now. They're like they're looking at us. Like yeah you get a box set is like we have mass shooting drills like two different shows. Today's box everyone is talking about for the whole day. I guess a mass shooting Joe is a little more attention and also the threat of a mass shooting because the news. Never you never like someone come to school and everybody was going to school. They were coming to shoot one nigger. I am coming to shoot. Mero facts and it was while because I'm Clinton didn't even have metal detectors. Yeah and I knew for a fact that was the school of multiple. Yeah it was just like Yo there was never any unstable Nigga guns in new day even on stable. They're gone crazy but I'm not like shoot shoo. Who but the difference is love of trying to go behind them shoes right? There was one kid in Coop City of Houston for fun. Used to fire his gun out his window and section to who he never was like. I'm GonNa Come Matt also back in the day the fuck. Oh what is that like back there? You go shopping. Took leave a high school who he called me for class. Punch me and I'm like what the Damaris wasn't this. Shot the Vegas Catcher. Be Catching tag in the stairs. Throw.
"joe world" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Good morning I'm Marsha Taylor end Obree computer all the special prosecutor investigating the jussie Smollett case and why the prosecutor dropped it says doesn't remember donating money to the state attorney Kim fox or going to a fundraiser for the Chicago time says Dan Webb is listed as one of the hosts for the fund raiser a hearing is set for Friday to talk about the donations with the judge that's investigating that small at decision small it's lawyer say their client denies making any false statements and he remains a victim of a crime wrestler turned politician Jesse Ventura is considering a bid for the presidency in an interview over the weekend the former Minnesota governor says keeping a close eye in the pool presidential candidates waiting for an appropriate time to decide whether to throw his hat into the ring no pun intended he wants to be an Independence Party candidate now the sixty eight year old was elected to the Minnesota governor's office back in nineteen ninety eight he is not dead here and then as a Reform Party candidate something new on immigration a federal judge blocked a portion of a Florida long calling on local police to cross state lines to help place but they left intact provision requiring officers to hold undocumented immigrants until the feds pick them up yeah the ruling shuts down a core argument filed by Miami in their lawsuit against the governor the law even allows governor Disentis or his Attorney General to take action on elected officials who don't comply with the law breaking earlier this morning the US and North Korea agreed to hold working level talks this week in the meeting would break an eight month stalemate now college sports is changing in California the governor there signing a new law that would make it easier for college athletes to profit from their names and like this ESPN's Paul fin a bomb is one to comment on it lawmakers though in South Carolina New York and Illinois are all considering similar legislation Brian Kilmeade show coming up in minutes sixty forty eight now on our models morning news the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning good morning. Tom Joe world to have more humid start today courtesy.
"joe world" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Twenty four hours a day. Call Jacob twenty four hours a day at eight four four twenty four. Jacob that's eight four four twenty four. Jacob column at eight four four twenty four. Jacob Ron line at call Jacob dot com. Wo Jin three minutes. Thanks for hanging out with us. I and e you have to be excited the Stanley Cup finals are on right now and your Saint Louis blues, your a Saint Louis. You're born there. You know, I was born in Phoenix, but raised in Saint Paul raisins, Saint Louis your Saint Louis. Yes. You grew up there yesterday are up one nothing. I know this is this is exciting. Man. The blues him seven they have never won the Stanley Cup. They have not been to the Stanley Cup since one thousand nine hundred seventy four I was born. Oh, isn't there, how to up to nothing else in the store? This is awesome man. This is really let's go blues, and especially if they can do this in Boston. Oh, yeah. Well, they're nine and three on the road. Yes, I know this because I was on around the horn today and I had to study up in bone up for game seven though. I haven't, I haven't picking the blues for a long time on around the horn because they've been so good on the road and their goalie. Joining Bennington is hot and basically hot goalie a win. Something hot rookie Golan. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I actually know a little bit of the hockey, this is pretty cool. This is very cool. Yeah. Yeah. Stuff. So Bryan is losing out on guarantee it, man. So Bergman runs the Showtime, forum site. Yeah. And I joked because one of his is one of the guys that worked with him and Showtime forum started another site. So I said, oh, there's a portrayal and the gentleman del who runs the what I call the betrayal site is, is tweeting me. He's, he's trying to start beef. I listen. I really between you and between nine hundred human grad, Adele, I respect your work. I believe I went on the podcast on his podcast when it was on Showtime forum. Yeah, I will go on your podcast, too, but, you know, Bergman is my is my day one. Greg Bergman for people that don't know Greg Bergman's first job producing was for me on Fox Sports radio late at night. He's now walked into the studio, would you like to discuss this? I mean your guys are. Going after me on Twitter. I'm trying to I'm trying to I want everyone to like us and like the show. And what's happening? Yeah. I mean so I don't know. I don't know what's happening. I mean it's on Twitter. People are like Saddam won't aggregate us. Because we were the betrayal site is what I'm getting there is no portrayal sites. We had a guy that was with, so can I call can I talk about his side or no? If you want, I don't wanna put you I want him about your site friend. I appreciate you doing it. And yes, that's like helping everyone right? I have no problem with that other sites. I propose not trail. I it's that other do the same things I promote screen and roll. Right. Those guys Anthony Irwin, and Harrison faking a great job on the pot. We do. Sometimes we do like podcast, just that run within the Lakers nation onto crakers nation Trevor lane. I've had course. So can I show, indicate sure go ahead and sign entity and also, but we had hair? Fagin on the Showtime by shore. Joe world is the former betrayal site. It's not it's not trailside not Adele del Toro, who was with me. Is he left? He's the, he's the old betrayer. Yeah. He was not even of a tray or he was with me. He was my guy. He was the one that helped me out with everything. He has. He ran Twitter for I went on, on the yeah, exactly. And then he left because he wanted he needed some time away. Yes. In the time that he was away. He went onto another site whether he's there, fulltime or not. I don't know what that's all about. But it so he's doing the same. How about a work between? Like how I got the east side. He got the website. How do you protect your corners against this guy like cyber corner? He spent about five minutes away. He was. So that's totally fine lake show world is the betrayal site. Sure. The former betrayal. Sorry. ESPN LA. We look at it Showtime forum because because you helped me, yes, your daughter me. Yes,.
"joe world" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Think it was a horrendous decision to take down. And I mean, look you could strip everything else away. The bottom line is maximum security did interfere with war will any did ultimately interfere with long way interference country houses relevant. So he did interfere with those horses and technically he arguably cost them placing. So by the letter of the law what he did is an infraction. The issue is is worthy of disqualification. Now, you're gonna get the people from the industry that are going to say decision. Early qualified absolutely right decision. But that's hiding behind the wheel because there's a big difference between the rule and the reality. And if your guide I've been I'm fifty years old since I was in kindergarten. All right around bet in Benton, horses and grade school, right? You. I mean, I'm not a horse racing. Joe world and everything we know this. But there has not been a Kentucky Derby run in my lifetime that the same bumping doesn't happen. Every single race. The Kentucky Derby is sold. In fact, the mad rush to the first turn and here comes to Calvary, and nobody wants to draw the rail because of the avalanche of horses coming down anybody in a right mind that doesn't have bumping. So you wanna go by the letter of the law. Great. Let's go by the letter of the wall. That means bumping, and there's nothing that says that the interference to happen on the far turn has to happen in the stretch interference interference. I mean. John.
"joe world" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Center until Rogers troubles in north Bergen. New Jersey woman nine tunnel avenue closed in both directions with a serious crash involving eight pedestrian the closure between forty four fifty streets. Northbound delays start at Paterson plank road, southbound traffic stacked up from fifty second street. There was also a crash on outbound four ninety five coming out of the Lincoln tunnel approaching tunnel avenue that just cleared though pro limit the Holland the George Washington Bridge in good shape that alternate side parking rules will be in effect for Tuesday. The Wiltshire around the five boroughs. We've got construction set up on the major Deegan. This is southbound between the cross Bronx and Yankee Stadium, right and center lanes are closed at the Brooklyn battery tunnel. The east tube is closed to traffic low west who've the Grand Central Parkway construction blocking two lanes eastbound direction near LaGuardia Airport from the traffic center. Tom Roger's own Seventy-seven WABC. Joe world. John batchelor. Seventy seven ABC. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. I'm pleased to welcome professor Brenda Shaffer. My colleague center for Eurasian Russian and eastern European studies. The breaking news these last days middle of February is that the US embassy in Armenia capital Yerevan part of the South Caucasus.
"joe world" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seven WABC? Joe world. John batchelor. Seventy seven w ABC. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show the pill down man, it's a frog. However that fraud part of a new collection of very careful analysis of paleo anthropology that is the study of man, the Hamad that we are. And where we came from the in the book is seven skeletons, the evolution of the world's most famous human fossils. Lady. Pain is the pine is the author, and we begin with the story of the fraud because it illustrates the doubts that have been raised consistently. When famous fossils are discovered the hesitations. The alternate theories. The very careful analysis end as Lydia identifies. It can't be sure what's going to be famous many decades later. You just can't be sure you have to wait it out, Lydia. Congratulations and good evening to you. I begin with as you know, Charles Dawson's notes. From his stroll in Sussex in nineteen eleven according to his memory several years ago, I was walking along a farm road close to Piltdown common fleshing Sussex when I noticed that the road had been mended with some peculiar Brown Flints, not usual in the district upon one of my subsequent visits to the pit one of the men handed me a small portion of an unusually thick human parietal bone. Good evening to you, Lydia, and what is Mr. Dawson pretending to discover. So the story that you're relating is the story of the discovery of what would be called eventually Piltdown man by Charles Dawson and Dawson's big claim to fame was to was to have found this incredible missing link. This incredible example of early man in England that was published in nineteen twelve and this this fossil so to speak that the Dawson had found offered this kind of material evidence for early for early human ancestry in England that in nineteen twelve hundred found before so it was a tremendously exciting moment for for researchers in the scientific community in the early twentieth century. It was an exciting moment because Dawson found allies among the best thinkers, the British Museum, the British public, very prominent names all across the landscape the early landscape pale. Three policy they endorse it. Now. They didn't have the tools anywhere close to what the tools we have today. Chemical analysis carbon dating. And of course, the DNA they didn't have that. But what what compelled the public to grasp this. Is it chauvinism is that what we're seeing here. I think one of the reasons that that the Piltdown man was so incredibly successful was such an incredibly successful fraud and was so incredibly it resonated so much to to folks was the fact that that it offered this sort of nationalistic answer to you finding early humans. So for example, in nineteen twelve several Neanderthal specimens have been found in Belgium, and in Germany, and in France that there were there were lots of examples of other countries in Europe having these kind of early ancestors sort of a legitimacy toward very long history and Britain at that point didn't have any kind of human remains. And so at that. So there's this sort of desire to sort of need to sort of hope that the scientific community will find that kind of legitimating history. And I think that what it does show up if it resonates incredibly both within scientific and public circles. We will go immediately to the real fossils, but just a pause here. Because there's a magic to your explanation of Piltdown man, I came across this many years ago, I think it was in one of those sidebars of classics illustrated by that I read when I was twelve years old, and it had accrued illustration of Piltdown, man. And I thought what a magnificent idea, you know, the whole idea of fooling everybody. You right. Kev, very carefully that all these decades later, I know in the nineteen fifties. They had chemical evidence that showed this was possible, positively not a a single specimen that wasn't old all of that. Some of it is animals. You have a suspect. Lists energetics is is exhausting. Is anyone is anyone satisfied that they have the real culprit or do we just say a cold case? So I think for a long time it certainly has been the cold case in the history of science. It's the longest perpetrated hoax the history of science and in some ways, it's the longest unsolved hoax. Researchers from the British natural history museum published a study in August of two thousand sixteen so very recently where they feel that they have successfully pinned the hoax on Charles Dawson. And so I think the moment at this point is fairly comfortable pointing the finger at Charles Dawson. But I think that that we'll see sort of. How that's how that holds up in the decades to come whether whether Dawson really does sort of standards, the perpetrator or whether there's something something else going on also the dialogue with the experts the paleoanthropologists at the time that that endorsed Dawson's original fiction. If that's what it is. And there's always a dialogue when we discover bones. Let's go to another example, Lydia Lydia's, laid out seven skeletons one is false. We began with that. Because it shows that this narrative includes a nationalist fever as as Lydia says, and at the same time competition always competition because you discover one of these fossils your made person in the business. This is you will forever be in the literature as the discover of fill in the blank, we go to LA Chapelle where in nineteen hundred eight there are a couple of brothers along with a man named Barton. And they're excavating stone tool artifacts. This is from your reporting, and they find a rhinoceros horn vertebrate fragments in a cave. What else do they find there? And what is the resistance to that discovery? So as you point out the brothers and Louis bar done. Their their colleague are conducting a survey of old prehistoric sites in the south central part of France near a town called Lachapelle. And the case that they're excavating is part of disturb a actually yields the first Neanderthal specimen to be discovered in situ. So that means that that the skeleton hasn't been disturbed since it was placed there thousands of years ago in the Pleistocene. They interpreted this as a deliberate burial, which was very exciting evidence for finding burials in the house. I'm in the early twentieth century, and so they they excavate the specimen and send it to the museum in Paris for careful anatomical analysis and medicine Boulay premier anatomist at the. Museum interprets this as in the Android hall. And so he so he spent a couple of years doing incredibly detailed analyses measure men gets his comparisons. And this is the first complete monograph published about this relatively newly discovered other hominids species, and in this monograph offers the interpretation that this Neanderthal. That was discovered would have been this very stooping sort of knuckle dragging, very sort of what we would today consider a character, and sort of Belay offers scientific legitimacy toward towards this interpretation in nineteen eleven when that's published and for years, this sort of this destroy had really taken root in putting our ideas. I think Neanderthals is sort of four ish and and cave dwelling and unsophisticated, and it's been decades really of careful archaeological research and analysis that it's really rehabilitated bananas all image. To be to be one. That's that's a little bit more cultured and a little bit more sophisticated and sort of giving Nandor those their space for their technology, and culture, and and social life. In other words, we're looking at a Paranal a parallel development of the Hamad with culture sophistication tools. The ability to hunt networking everything intact. Plus what you'd have to say? Now, these many decades later, we know this a very robust muscle system, and a very thick skull and lots of reasons to believe that that could have been the winner, not not homo sapiens, and you have identified that Boulet his prejudices his French chauvinist prejudices, a took us down a path that was fiction for many decades wasn't just years. I believe Hollywood was making movies calling these these figures troglodyte well into the nineteen seventies. So it has been. Only well, your work and everybody else's work to reverse all this and discover all Neanderthal culture in the in the in the in the record. I think at the in the early twentieth century there was very much a push among lay but other researchers as well to sort of separate homo sapiens from other other than the fossil record. And so there's this sort of push in this desire that there must be something that makes homo sapiens, very special to have succeeded where others failed, and I think that that bias in that rhetoric really underscores a lot of the science that was happening at the early twentieth century and Paleoanthropology you make a point later in your book. This is when we're dealing with the hobbit or were dealing with other aspects of late twentieth century Paleoanthropology that hominids are we're a branchy family. What does that mean, Lydia? Why why is that discovery health for for people doing this work? Sure. So the idea of sort of a family tree or. Family Bush or a family line all of these things offer sort of metaphors or images for us to think about how homo sapiens have ended up homo sapiens, and the idea of a bushy family existence. Just means that there are a lot of species that are coexisting at the same time in the fossil record. So for example, we don't start out with one species leading to another leading to another leading finally down to us as homo sapiens. The idea is that there are a lot of fossil species that are coexisting at this point. And if your math that out, it looks much more sort of like a Bush or a very bushy tree than it does a straight linear sort of narrative of evolution, right? And do not make assumptions about the logic of the fact that we're here on the twenty first century five hundred thousand years from now, I don't know the name that will on the planet. We're going to Lydia's very early excitement in Paleoanthropology the towel. Baby or the town child. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Balance of nature's fruit and veggie capsules contain one hundred percent, vine ripened fruits and vegetables tested, pure with no pesticides, fillers or additives of any kind and are the most effective whole food supplements on the market today. 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"Performance art of politics. I'm gonna give them all a are. They all played pretty well for everyone and performance art. In fact, I would say that it played surprisingly well for Donald Trump. I never once anything about factor substance. But in the context of performance art, I'd say scoring for Trump and then score and a for the American public and mocking. Nancy Pelosi's face, Betsy Pelosi merica, let us down with memes. She blinked once last night. I counted. Jeff Nancy Pelosi. Rusted once oh stood by the American public talk about the definition of stiff look at Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. All right. So here are this is pretty well done. It's not all that complicated. Pretty redundant for the most part thought this was well done. The hill dot com has five takeaways from the Oval Office address last night. And I think most people would agree. This is pretty well summarized prompted not shift the debate point number one some people close to the president had argued that a primetime televised address would be one way. Perhaps the only way the change the contours of the debate over the shutdown if you're scoring that when you'd say nobody chains no change before. But it wasn't a disaster by any stretch for Donald Trump. There was no declaration of national emergency point number two. The pre speech cliffhanger. That's true was whether he would declare. A national emergency during his speech. He did not point number three. The Democrats did what they needed to do. Not quite sure I would agree with that. Because all that matters is performance, art and performance art. They look like fools. They look like all matters of performance art, that's all matters and it played badly. For those two think it was a bad move, the Democrats, the trot those two out there because my favorite moment of the night was the mean to compare them to Beavis and Butthead my favorite show. I loved it. Why why does Nancy Pelosi always have Chucky by her side too? I guess they wanna put a unifying. Classic good. They're made. But that doesn't matter. The Democrats do what they needed to do. If Trump did not triumph. He did not meet with disaster. The hill points, I agree with that the duo spark some adverse social media commentary for their grim faced expressions in more stilted moments the hill dot com rights. Yeah. Because again, we're not really deep people were just ended performance. And it just felt a looked awkward. I go through a few of these. What's the famous painting with the pitchfork? Oh, yeah. I know what you're talking about ever comparison was that look like your parents when you've come home too late. Yeah. They just didn't start so holes together that look, and they can't cooking and not blinking and talking and blinking. Here's Beavis and Butthead those down the list. Let's see point number four speech for the base. Of course was a speech for talk radio to be further carried out by talk radio. One point Trump says how much more American blood must we shed before. Congress does its job. Yeah. It was all about West Virginia, Mississippi and the entire south and many of you listening right now, you got what you wanted there. He had he had that fact about more people will die from drugs in this copies. No matter died in Vietnam. But that's that's true. Though, fifty two thousand Americans died in Vietnam seventy two thousand died while using drugs last year. But I think there's a vast difference because you're talking about seventy two thousand Americans who more than likely woefully enjoyed and took those drugs themselves, you think more than likely to shoot them up more than likely and then finally a mixed bag for the TV networks. Look, I think most human beings that have a life. Were pleasantly surprised. This was ten minutes in done. It came and went and was executed again. I think pretty well. I think it went off about for Trump and TV and the performance itself went off about as well as it did. Because apparently the networks concerned new was just going to ramble. Endlessly, he did to his credit. He didn't he just kept it to the point. Again, the facts don't really matter. It's just how you deliver it. There wasn't any major news. But you didn't think there would be the only cliffhanger really was whether or not he was declared a national emergency that didn't happen. I think it would miserably for Chuck and Nancy as he calls them. Apparently, they already had their prepared statements. Even listen to the president what the president said we didn't have to you could have scripted it out. I mean, we all knew how it's going to play out. Really wasn't there necessarily to change minds as it was to reinforce the impact of it in that regard. I think you did pretty well not to be outdone which cannot be well received by the White House or team Trump, and that is five bucks. News back checking him along the way. Oh. That's just the devil. Right there. Right everyone. That's that's that's that's just not. Doing to be shut down. They're going to be audited for the next thirty years. Fox News anchors Shepard. Smith challenged many of Trump's claims by using the government's numbers. He went point by point. Again. It doesn't really matter. But the fact that he was FOX that did it. Probably does matter and maybe be somewhat of a game changer in terms of Republicans going on FOX and performing. I think that would probably caught a lot of people by surprise there done nothing. New nothing changed. We all get it. I think there's so much rhetoric going out there. And if you look at history, there's a little Bill that was passed in two thousand six call the secure fence act that was supported by Hillary and Barack Obama signed by Bush supported by Schumer that built seven hundred miles of secure fencing, the president wants three new phases at one thousand two hundred and fifty miles by the end of twenty twenty. I I'm a bit confused. What is the difference in what they supported? Thirteen years ago and what's proposed by the president. You're talking five hundred miles of more fence or so, so I I'm tired. I'm well, I know I know why they're fighting it because Donald Trump proposed it not George Bush. He accurately said it. Yeah. So that whatever the price tag is on offense, or whatever that thing is just triplets. Whether or not that thing happened in your lifetime is another debate all to itself interstates left Donald Trump junior. Donald Trump junior is making news again. Yes. Nice job. He's comparing the he goes he goes to Twitter. Yeah. And he says the border wall is like a zoo fence protecting you from animals. Tweets where to go little poet. The Mark Twain of our time Donald Trump junior was the border was like a zoo fence protecting you from the animals. Yes. Not really the great way to sell that thing there. Don, jR. Can't believe I'm saying this. But there's more scooters more scooters. They're everywhere. We've got new types of scooters. Now, this is from KFC dot com. It's reporting Austin I'ts will soon have yet. Another type of electric scooter to choose from as they commute around the city. Ozo- j O has been approved by the city to bring it sit down commuter style scoot. Oh, man. Oh, joe. Let me go. Get fatter everyone. Just get fatter. Oh, Joe scooter, sit more that's the American way Oxnard California base ozo- announced that it will bring it scooters to Austin in a partnership with Austin commuters. LLC wait, you're they are. I know here's the fatboy electric. Here's the mobility scooter battery Ojo commuter scooter. Let's see Jeff, I know. Scooters can go up to twenty miles per hour. They allow users to connect via bluetooth and play stored or streaming music on the speakers, right? So it's like your own little chubby rolling jam box. Looks a little dangerous to me. But it's like a little Motors looks like a little Vespa junior Vespas. Yeah. You know, what you look like if you're a male, you drive, a Vespa you look like a fool. Unless you're skinny and he got a European tight jeans on less you're in Madrid. You look like a fool. You're a date list. You understand that your date Louis Joe? Dipping around. The OJ electric scooter around with your outside speakers, playing one hall and Oates or something. Your fool. Boo. Look how low that seat. Is you see that? Look, I lo- that CD new look. Oh, they moved to see not only are we? Adding more scooters for whatever reason I've yet to figure out it's supposed to be an incredible business. But we're adding now sit down scooters that stream music with outside speakers. Think of anything more irritating than seeing some chubby tourists with the little speaker playing music as they too long without burning any calories whatsoever. Listen, I'm listening if if if they're going to play their music you'd have to mandate, it'd be Austin music. You know what? I mean Willie Ray Benson. Bob schneider. You're at Clark I've given up on saying, I don't get it. So there's something to it. But it seems to me in the more stuff you add on an expense. The more likely it is that stuff has got to be broken. We've already found out that they're ending up in the water came. So now, I'm going to add speakers and streaming music, which I'm gonna guess doesn't go too. Well, in the water, let me tell you what these these don't look. Cheap. These look more expensive. And these look like the easier to ride, and they look like a heck of a lot more safer than the ones. That's the downtown Austin now all the side streets. I don't know who's brother-in-law has a deal. Joe? I don't know who you are. But I'm gonna say it again, your fool your date Lewis loser. I I completely disagree. Jeff, again, you're showing your age, my friend, you're showing your adverse to progress and technology and carbon free society that we live in tell me men that drive Vespas. So that they have a date had sex and twelve years. Well, it probably can't have much performance because of that constant. You can drive a Vesper. If you're in Madrid. You're Austin, Texas, you need to shut your face start walking. Now. See there you sound like you sound like this. Go ahead thorough. Authoritarian. No it all it's bad. Is geek it's bad enough that you're gonna stand up scooter. Now, you're sitting down playing little music on your speakers bad little disco. Tune Ojo your Ocho, you really look foolish. Listen have you where you're wearing loser. On your sleeve. Joe world here. I am. I got burned. No calories. My buddy for commuting. This is not for this. See this year. Joe guy. Good luck to all these. Let's left his office. He's wearing a suit and tie. And he's not going just across the street or down to congress. He's going home K five mile range on this. I want to see him in mid August. Head down thirty five. I wanna see him. I want to see how he's holding up. You'll be way to a meeting all of your holding up in July. You gotta be doing great on. What did he three? I tell you what I dig.
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"New York Joe world. John batchelor. Seventy seven w ABC. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Runaway star I'm introduced to a wonderful concept runaway stars by Ken cross. Well, he's writing out for the December issue of sky and telescope the cover piece on runaway stars which have another name. But it depends on what they're running away from are where they are in our galaxy or not. Ken, a very good evening to you. I didn't know and you are the author of the lives of stars. And you are introducing me into a category that probably connects to year, the alchemy of the heavens book as well. A runaway star. If I read you correctly is the product of a of a process we understand which is binary white dwarfs and one disappearing and the other one exploding. How does it disappear? Why does it disappear? What happens to these two stars? Good evening to you. Good evening, John begin answering that question, but defining what a white dwarf is surely some listeners that. Understand that concept. White dwarf are very small stars very dense stars. They're typically about the size of the earth. And that means that another star can go around white dwarf berry. Understand how things go in our solar system the nearest planet to the Sounders mercury mercury is also the fastest go Robinson, followed by Venus earth, and so forth. But all of those planets have millions or billions of files from the center of the sun with a white dwarf. White dwarf is only a few thousand miles in diameter, therefore, another star can orbit just a few thousand miles from the center of the white dwarf. It'd be going around the star very fast at hundreds or thousands of Columbia dollars per second. And if that white dwarf should vanish as sometimes happens, then that other star will shoot off into space at the same very high speed that has been going around the white dwarf, and in particular if that other star had been dumping material onto the white dwarf that could actually trigger a supernova explosion for the white dwarf vanishes and freeze its partner. And that is what we think is causing the very high glossy of these five stars that have only newly been identified just past few years three. The stars were only discovered this year back in April of twenty eighteen. So this is a whole new field. These are the fastest stars. That are escaping the galaxy superlative stars. They are record-breaking stars. We've never seen SARS traveling this fast out of the galaxy. Do I read correctly that this is the result of a type one a explosion supernova? That's what happens when these two spin around and one star leaks into the other one and something happens explodes. Yes explodes. It is a type one eight supernova we see these happening and other galaxies, and they happen and ours as well, although we'd never seen one in our lifetimes, but when the white dwarf explodes, it's gone until the gravity of that white dwarf is gone and anything orbiting around the white dwarf is freed at the same speed that had been orbiting centrifugal force with fling. It all right now a distinction you make in your sky and telescope piece. What is the difference between a star you call runaway? And we'll discuss the details of the particular discoveries in a moment and a, hyper velocity star. How do you make a difference? It runaway star star that gets flung away for one reason or another at some fairly high speed, but it may not be high enough speed skates. The galaxy. We as I said on many occasions on your show. I I take great pride in the fact that we live in a very massive very big galaxy. It's not easy to get out of the galaxy. Yeah, we love the Milky Way. The only thing that comes close to it as the gorgeous and drama, but we love our Milky Way. That's right. And because the Milky Way is so massive. And so big you need to be traveling very fast to get out of it. So near runaway star is not necessarily enough to get out of the galaxy because in order to escape the galaxy. You need to have a speed of like five hundred or six hundred kilometers per second. Which is a very high speed. That's over a million miles an hour. And then you have another question, which is how how do these runaway stars compared to hyper velocity starts. Hyper velocity, start is star that has achieved that very high speed and is escaping the galaxy. And the very first, hyper velocity started to be found by Warren Brown is an astronomer at the Harvard Smithsonian center for us or visit he found that star. And it's quite different from the start. I talk about because it's a hot blue star. That's quite luminous. And we think it was flung out of the Milky Way by the big black hole at the center of the is this is this US US seven. Oh, eight is that the one we're talking about. No, no. The original of the very first, hyper velocity, star was of the what you might call. The normal hyper philosophy stars since twenty five murders have found a number of other stars resembling them the story. You just ask it the US seven eight was the first of what you might call the. New breed of hyper philosophy star. Getting these are stars that are travelling so fast that they will escape galaxy seventy eight was first identified in twenty five it was thought to be a normal, hyper velocity, star again flung out of the Milky Way by the big black hole at the center of the milky late that we now recognize that that doesn't explain especially because we now have much better data on his past mistakes. And it's never been anywhere near the big black hole at the center. And so now, we think that it used to go around a white dwarf star dumped material onto that white dwarf star and made the white dwarf explodes. And that's freed itself at very high speed into the Milky Way, and we now with new data from the spacecraft that is traveling more than a thousand kilometers per second, which is well above the galactic escape philosophy. So it will escape pick Alex you identify. It is very hot. And blue in addition to moving so what how does it? How does that distinguish it from other white dwarf hot and blue and moving is it smaller is it larger? Well, all five of these new stars have certain properties in common, including US seven away. They all are larger than normal white dwarf. But smaller than main sequence stars of thing have. So they sort of occupy intermediate range our size the yellow dwarf right to compare it. A main sequence yellow dwarf is the one we live with the sun is a yellow main sequence star. Yes. Indeed. So it's a much larger star and a white dwarf whitewash a very small stars very foster about the size of the earth. And all of these stars are what you might call puffed up. Lifelock thoroughly they seem to be that way. U S seven oh eight might be a little bit different than the other four, but they all have very similar properties. They're all hotter than the sun. But smaller than the phone. They're all very faint sater's on the planet Pluto, and they're all in one way trip out of the way galaxy they're they're now we're concentrating on several stars that are moving very quickly. And I was surprised to see in your piece, they get faster and faster and faster, you mentioned US seven hundred eight there's one star your observation LP, forty stroke three sixty five that's only eight hundred and fifty kilometers per second. Because I've learned to talk about runaways who's moving fast as I don't want a slight this star. But does that mean it's fast enough to leave is just not going to leave as fast as US seven or eight. It's still a hyper velocity star at eight fifty. Yes. The escape philosophy of ways somewhere between five hundred and six hundred kilometers per second. So she notes for LP forty deaths. Three six five it's gotten a current velocity of about eight hundred fifty kilometers per second. So it's a little bit slower than US seven late, but it's still going to escape to way. Just don't do it more slowly and the reason that will escapee Milky Way because it's philosophy of eight hundred fifty kilometers per second exceeds inoculate escape philosophy. There are much faster, hyper velocity stars. And we're going to discuss the moment. Come back. You ask yourself. What's the limit? There might not be a limit. That's what's exciting about discovering. Something new Ken Crosswell Ken cross well of the lives of stars. And the alchemy of the heavens is writing as the and the new sky and telescope December.
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"One of the unbeatens has fallen. Let's get that or port from Scott Harrison right now. Yeah. Rich, just two seconds left one. And the game is over LSU has just upset number two Georgia. Final score thirty six, gene. And I'll tell you what LSU was fighting to the end. But then so was Georgia Jake from finally got a touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter twenty seven yards Liley, really. Of course, whole Tracy was brought in even though he's only for a year because there's still go kicking ability for LSU, maybe come very crucial maybe in a game against Alabama. Who knows he was five for five and Joe world. Good job passing the ball. Well, he even ran fifty nine yards before yard line. And Nick set on the next play. He got a four yard touchdown run. And a lot of good numbers. A lot of people played a wealth today and LSU bouncing back from the loss last week to Florida's. They come home by Edward AllAire. He had over a hundred yards watching today just in Jefferson over one hundred yards in reception. So overall a good day for all his shoes. Keep in mind, Georgia didn't even score their first touchdown. So there were seven second lock. No third quarter. And at the end of the game to seal the Korolev, greedy Williams. Got the second interception of the day off of world. So fans of mobbing the field right now, they're being orderly. Just wanna go on the field. And celebrate this victory over Georgia to eight point thirteen again. The final score thirteen Frank LSU over number two Georgia thirty six sixteen in Baton Rouge at tiger stadium rate working today. Rich. Thank you very much Scott Harrison with the great reports. And so one unbeaten falls another just barely survives. Let's go to Tyler springs in Memphis. Currently true. A death defying finish for the UCF nights. Number nine hangs on for a thirty one to thirty win over the Memphis Tigers gave Memphis a chance Tigers got the football at their own fifteen with a mid sixty go and no timeouts and need a thirty one yard completion down a left. Silence of the Monte Cokie, two incompletions foul. And then a third down pass your Sean dykes went for nineteen yards up to the UCF thirty five, but they knock it out of bound, then the Tigers had a false start penalty that ran ten seconds off of the clock. So with eighteen seconds Tigers had a chance to go for the end zone. Brady white through short of it. Twenty Pollard made the catch inbound and Memphis could not stop the clocks exasperated near upset for the Tigers. But they openly fall as UCF hold on for a thirty one to thirty victory. And they did it despite twelve penalties for hundred three yards and to twelve third down to version rate McKenzie Milton proof for two hundred ninety six yards and a score. Todd. Mcgowan four carried eighty one. Yards and two touchdowns on the day as the nights when they're nineteen in a row. All right. Thank you very much. So and right now, Washington and Oregon a pair of one loss teams Washington trying to keep his playoff hopes alive. And we'll get extra time we go out to Steve Bannon game kind of takes a page from the Seinfeld even Steven at the back and forth. Seventeen all at halftime. Or an eighty eight yard TD March. Take the lead Jake Browning, husky offense respond using Vic tied doubt tie Jones to tie it up from forty three yards out Oregon marched into scoring range stall that the Washington twenty four day miss a field goal that early in the fourth U. Doug moves deep into Oregon territory. They fumble of force in one snap. And I'm sure as many of you just saw you move from their own seven. So the Oregon twenty one with three seconds to go. Duck timeouts left. Ice the kicker pay. Henry he hooks the kick, and we are going off to overtime all even here in your genes. It's been such a fun. One can't be decided in regulation. Meanwhile, Penn State and Michigan state as been a tight one throughout the day. Let's go to Happy Valley and check in with Jeff Byers. Yeah. Not a back and forth battle here at beaver stadium today. Penn State right now fine to seal the game. And then he winds are facing a third and a Minnesota fish remaining in the game say hoping to four it into a pot and get one last shot of here at signing or possibly winning the game. But any lines up I feel kinda cover the freshman checker? Lines the lead late in the third quarter as they try to make it hold off falls short here on their third down play run by. Refunding the ball back to Michigan state. We have one minute thirty seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. The lions laser Spartans seventeen. All right and Texas putting the finishing touches on Baylor. It is now a final twenty three seventeen moral victory may be for the bears. But now Texas at six one, but as bigger concerns with Sam etlinger missing most of this one with a shoulder injury, Texas A and M wins again, twenty six twenty three over South Carolina. And so Jodi the week started or at least in earnest last night with south Florida just rallying late last second field goal to remain unbeaten twenty five twenty four UCF remains unbeaten Notre Dame barely remains, unbeaten but Georgia out right now, the ranks the I did not see maybe you have I've seen a couple of tweets on it. And it has been not advancing the situation. How bad it etlinger? Look when he took the head. I did not see. I haven't seen any video on it. Because you're right. That's huge. He was big for them last week. And he's the guy wakes their offense co there there there were legit team right now don't if I would call him a final four legit team. But big club champion run the table there at least in the conversation. If they lose him for any significant period of time, that's a major loss for the long. I think it's a loss. I think they're fortunate though, they do have experienced back there and potential in in in Shane shell. It hadn't worked out he'd been lost the job to the same etlinger. But I still think you know, that's a guy at least you could turn back to when he could keep your flow. Former starter sent to the bench. I guess it's a Hollywood type story gets his. Chu is. And I don't know how much this plays into it. But part of the previous regime does that play into it at all not a guy that you know, a guy who's got talent. But not necessarily the guy that Tom Herman would would pick right but Herman's turning to him because he's got no other choice. Now. Fail. But you said, you know, losing the starting job. So that's why we lost a didn't lose it to the coach. But he got the job, and he didn't they don't have it anymore, and it may be handed back to them. That that's your right better better than a wet by year's freshmen who hadn't played all year was then thrown into the deep end of the pool certainly experience on Bucci outside. But I think that's still pretty tough spot for replace our recruited originally, Charlie strong. And now under the guise of Tom Herman Florida after the big win last week. A slow start advantage today. But twenty four second half points. They allowed just six thirty seven twenty-seven winners. Their Auburn loses again four and three now on the season. Jodi coined the Tennessee thirty to twenty four West Virginia, unbeaten and has never trailed the only team in the nation that has yet the trail in a game this year as they are taking on Iowa State. And I was coming off the huge performance a week ago. Going to be a little tough, though of David Montgomery can go or even if he does don't know how I met she's been banged up with that would that injury. So that's a that's a big one, Miami take non Virginia, and they are underway and scoreless Oregon and Washington in overtime. The huskies have just kicked a field goal. So that makes it twenty seven twenty four. I did not feel good about Washington's chances going into overtime. They just had a first and goal and had to settle for a field goal. So they go up by three. I just don't know. I think that that Oregon's off. This is pretty potent. And I think in the short field here. I nervous here if I'm if I'm wash and oh, by the way, the Washington kicker who missed at the gun to send a game into overtime had a chip shot. Field goal was twenty yard or did. He just snuck inside the upright. Otherwise, Oregon could have been looking at a field goal walk off win. Now. It's a touchdown. And an it's over situation from for Oregon, but you always liked to be able to come back on the field knowing that you only need a field goal to tie it and a touchdown. And you get the walk off with the win. But LSU's win over Georgia today. And I think it's big biggest it just wasn't a win. I mean, they dominated throughout. I mean, they they held Georgia. They did something that nobody else has been able to do. And that is really just shut down. Georgia's offense Jake from sixteen of thirty four two hundred nine yards and a touchdown today. You know, allies, you're Holyfield had a good run. But still not nearly enough as he had just fifty six yards. Although on seven carries, but are rushing attack that that is really really good held to one hundred thirteen yards. Jake froma hell to two hundred nine yards passing. I'd say it's a really good day for a for LSU and a good chunk of those from you. I came after LSU got up by more than two touchdowns. And I don't want to say they went into a prevent defense. But they weren't as up on a as they had been earlier in the game. So even though from numbers, I think are a little little bogus. But you and I were having a conversation. You talked about Kirby smart. And some of the things he said this week and wondering aloud what he was attempting to do by putting out some questionable comments about his team. Despite the fact, I warned defeated in the second ranked team in the nation. Yeah. And I honestly I think there were some legitimate concerns. They're no concerns for Alabama. Jody twenty seconds into the game. Take a Loa at eighty one yard touchdown pass. Jerry, judy. Alabama's already on the board this Ron, and I'm glad we talked to Dennis thought about this. Because I've been saying this for a while to you. And I can't remember the last time I didn't think that Alabama was going to win entering a game. But I think this run they've been on. I mean, this is a stark every I mean how this is the third straight year. They've opened the season is the number one team in the nation. And even if they weren't number one. I can't remember last time they weren't number one. What it was like who who we thought might have been number one or how far off Alabama was they just keep somehow getting better and better. And I think there's a you know, they may not win the national championship. Maybe somebody beats them. I mean, look almost happened last year. And it obviously happened the year before meal, maybe Ohio State, maybe. Somebody else that that that knocks them off. But I think the gap right now between Alabama and Ohio State is pretty vast or Georgia, or even I think it's a pretty pretty big gap right now between Alabama and everybody else. Agreed. And a big reason for it as you just mentioned eighty one yard touchdown pass by by lower to start things act. It's they've got great teams..
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"New York Joe world borough and John Batchelor. Seventy seven w ABC. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Eddie Rickenbacker the man's name dominated America once upon a time. But here it is the twenty first century, and Eddie Rickenbacker is a way of talking about not just airplanes and warplanes and how America learn that the skies dominated the ground in combat, but also I learned from the new book and during courage as pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the dawn of the age of speed by John Ross, Eddie Rickenbacker defined. How automobiles came to win the hearts of America racing automobiles first, and then the family automobile, John a very good evening to you. And congratulations for your extremely careful work over a long period of time in which everything was inventing itself. The automobiles imbedding itself the airplane was inventing itself. Air combat was inventing itself and America fell in love with going fast. Let's begin in one thousand nine hundred. Fourteen in demoain at the Iowa State fair August September nineteen fourteen man by the name Eddie Rickenbacker at this point is twenty four years old. Matches up against a man named Beechy and they're going to have an unusual race. What is it? Well, John, thanks for having me on. It's such an exciting period. And you kept it with that example, Lincoln was a daredevil flyer who was in a biplane and this was a pusher airplane. So he was out like he was playing beyond the piano right out in front at the propeller was behind him and Eddie Rickenbacker who was a famous race car driver. Just at the moment. There was asked to compete in a race around a circuit in front of a huge crowd. And so that the crowd could see what an airplane could do and what a car could do and it was like a bear against a lion. It was like a circus. These things where this technology these technologies were so new at so explosives was taking people's breaths away. This is August. September nineteen fourteen exactly the time the world plunged into catastrophe. We're still living with which was the guns of August. That is where we're headed with Rickenbach, but we need to we need to recover his racing car period. Because that's the first time he had invented himself in nineteen fifteen Beechy dies in another stunt with his aircraft. He drowns I believe after racing in San Francisco, but in nineteen fifteen Eddie Rickenbacker is one of the most famous racing car drivers in America. He's racing for a firm run by Maxwell's. And he's battling his Old Firm run by the Peugeot's. And they're the Duesenberg says well, but he's not working for the neck. And he's racing men were extremely famous in America all the boys in American knew their names. Daria restor and another man by the name of Aitken happy. John aitken. What was racing cars? For America nine hundred fifteen thousand nine hundred sixteen what what it mean for America? How did they see this was it to make money? Was it the romance you've done all this, very careful research, and you read the headlines was it on the sports pages or was it on the front page. Well, John gray question. You've got to remember eighteen ninety-five the first car race. Really the first time a car was really practical. They went seven miles an hour. Skip forward ten years and they're going hundred plus miles an hour. This grabbed the national attention. So every horse track was turned over to these incredible pieces of iron the racing around with these brave man in them, and the first people who were out right in front were rich amateurs were the man of very rich man who could afford these machines and could afford having two or three of them and the upkeep and the dangerous Eddie Rickenbacker was. A new breed that was just coming in who represented the pro he was a poor kid. He didn't have any backing, but it was his sheer skill nerves and toughness on the track the began to really Mark a real change in. What was happening that would lead us to the Indy. Five hundreds and a whole new breed of risk-takers in America. Eddie rickenbacker. Let's go back to the beginning is born in eighteen ninety and Eddie Rickenbacker has a five act life. So we gotta go fast here he first discovers his love for racing. He's fourteen years old, but his birth is the most important in my reading of your book, John his mother, his is a diligence Swiss who arrived in America without even the price of a ticket. Just hope that she's gonna meet a relative Lizzy. She marries William Rickenbach, a German immigrant who's working in Ohio and their marriage produces fruitfully children. A Rickenbacker is one. Their sons Lizzy, I get the sense that Eddie doted on his mother and that she worked her whole life. His father, however was troubled how know. The American dream for every immigrant wasn't always good news. And it wasn't for Eddie's. Father William Rickenbach who went from they were in Columbus, Ohio. He went from burry draw debris job, he had an anger problem. He just really couldn't get his act together. Lizzy? In the meantime, red haired, fiery Lizzy kept the family together. And they were incredibly poor Gaddi would go to school with two different kinds of pairs of shoes on they didn't often go in the winter because they didn't have enough winter coach to go on. So this was a very formative thing. This was the urban equivalent of growing up in a in a log cabin nineteen o four summer July nineteen oh four this is a dark episodes in any child's life. The father William Rickenbacker gets in an altercation with a drifter an African American named games. And after a fight the father. Is brain and he dies slowly over some time. Eventually gains is convicted of manslaughter, but the Rickenbach Lizzy and the children took this very hard. And they were what exiled because they were castigated by the town. They were actually the community got right behind them. And they had the Swiss German community they had a fair for them and raised money to support this because he was in a coma for some time. They didn't know whether you was gonna live or to die. But I thought the real telling detail was when he finally did die, and they went to the funeral Lizzy bought new suits, which he couldn't afford for every son new dresses for all the little girls, and they went and they weren't in terrible debt from that. But it was a traumatic experience was Edwards cursed by they felt ashamed. Indeed. And there was some mixed feelings. In there too. Because part of the bad, you know, the way William his dad was just not getting along. He took it out with his fists on young Eddie terribly beat him back like a man beat him badly. So you gotta Maginness when at thirteen his father dies in this very, very, you know, there was a show trial and everything that there were very deep mixed feelings. He did learn though, I gotta tell you John that anger could be the root of a lot of bad things. He took great notes from that the book is enduring courage. Eddie, Rickenbacker ace pilot and the dawn of the age of speed we've moved up to the edge of Eddie becoming a racecar driver. So when we come back how did Ed translate all of his talent into knowing how to manage.
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"WABC. New York Joe world old world. John batchelor. Seventy seven w ABC. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. It's a great pleasure to welcome. Neil Basson is the author of the new book, the escape artists subtitle band of daredevil pilots and the greatest prison break of the great war. This is the great war one hundred years past and once upon a time the massacres on the western front led to POW's for the allies, the French and the English and eventually the Americans, and the Germans and the Austrians what happened to those POW's Neil tells a story I've not seen before. And the joy of it is to learn that the great escape of the second war, which was made into one of Steve mcqueen's greatest movies is a follower to the story. Neil tells of the greatest scape- escape artists of the first war. Neil. Welcome by studio. Congratulations and this series of camps that you identify and you will straight in your book spread out across Germany like goulash. Walks. These prisoner of war camps in your research is is there a great deal of material about the fate of these men and how they were persecuted by the Germans or is this a hard to tell story after a hundred years. Good evening to you. Thank you for having me again the camps. The Germans ran roughly two hundred camps over the course of the war. They were housing roughly one point six five million men by nineteen sixty alone. You find that in World War One to sort of mass industrialized warfare brings for the first time mass prisons and the British actually kept remarkable records on the experiences of both officers and enlisted ranks throughout the war. So you have testimonies from individual lieutenants from enlisted ranks all across the board who they met whether they were abused walk. The conditions were report. After report after report, and they are in the British archives that few of sort of gone and looked up the of the German empire was destroyed completely between nineteen eighteen and nineteen forty five wiped out because of the two wars the first war, however is important to recover because it explains the deal of the tragedy of the twentieth century. And what Neil takes us to is Germany before the Harz before the monsters before the characters whom we associate with German criminal behavior here in the twenty first century. These are not those Germans there is one Representative a brute Niemeier, but the the assumption here is a class that a class warfare that we've lost. So before we introduce our characters these are officers in many instances flying officers, although the navy's here. The Canadians are here infantry officers are also present how. Did the officer class conduct itself even as prisoners of war in comparison to the enlisted men? Well, it was really was sort of watershed moment more. And and and this is mass killing on the front was sort of contrasted against this life. You have the officers, for instance, these pilots, they would have very intense dogfights with the German air forces, and for instance, Oswald, bulky to Germany was shot down in late nineteen sixteen the officers like David Gray and others who are profile in this book, they collected monies and sent a wreath for his funeral and a letter to his wife regarding how brave Oswald was and what a great foe. He was and that's just it was a different time and they flew without parachutes, and when those planes caught fire you burn to death. And so the assumption was that you would shoot yourself on the way down. Yes. I mean, the the technology of parachutes was actually in existence at the time. And the officers the pilots were not giving them because their superiors thought that they would not be as aggressive in the air. They knew they had an out. And so the attrition rate for pilots in the height of the war. Nineteen sixteen was seventeen hours in the air before they were either shot down killed or captured behind enemy lines. Let's meet some of our heroes because the camps themselves become a a series of steps they go through in their time of captivity one thousand nine hundred fifteen nine hundred sixteen some of these men are held since fourteen the camps themselves will become how they pass through their experiences and their disappointment. For example, you've mentioned you mentioned the flying officer. So we'll start with seasonal so blaming David Gray and casper Canard each of them were captured in their own way, where they all were they all of equal merit. How how do you regard them? Now. How can we great? Him. Well, David Gray. I would I would regard this this sort of a leader of the bunch. He was a fighter pilot was a very good one prior to joining the Royal flying corps. He was an army officer. He had the most experience a veteran of the Indian army as well as the joining the British army. Absolutely. And he was very well regarded by his men, and he was an officer through and through with German. He was fluent with German. He was fluent with German. He was flirting six languages, his nickname was Munshi, which is essentially the Indian version of teacher and see. So blame the young man sees the blame was nineteen. He was the youngest individual in his squadron. Also, a very good pilot but relatively inexperienced and brought down in September of nineteen sixteen as well. Yes. And see so Blaine a very handsome young man their photographs to accompany this. And clearly there are Hollywood actors who will enjoy this part of deal, especially because you get to comb your hair, very high. Very high blood square face young, man, and casper kinara. Yes. Casper was probably of of the lot. The least experienced pilot. He was actually brought down on his very first mission over the western front, and he had come from Argentina to rejoin his country in in the fight. And yet you tell stories because these men are gathered incoherently from combat across the experience. None of them expect to survive. Let's tell the story of Jim Bennett. He's flying a seaplane called a sunbeam when he's captured by a u boat. How does that happen? So Jim is probably one of my favorite characters in this story because he later goes on to join m I nine and teach the art of escape in World War Two, but Jim was shot down or it actually gyms engine died while he was an observer tracking you boats over the North Sea. He came down on the water. A u boat came up from underneath literally underneath the plane. They were captured kit went into. The u boat and then brought to the German mainland. That's accident enough for a lifetime. No. That is Jim lived about four lifetimes. And we the the old man Charles Rath born a completely fluid in British. How did the Germans capture him? Well, Charles rathburne was a noted flyer. He was responsible for several very successful bombing runs. He was brought down. And he was paraded by the Germans as a great prize that they'd captured Charles Rath born, and he was sent to camps and arrived at Holzmann in late seventeen. Yes. Holtzman didn't is the super camp that we're headed to in the second war. If you will have familiar with Steve mcqueen's greatest movies readiness game that was a camp that was built especially for the troublesome escape parts of the second war. These are their superiors and Jim Bennett teaches escape tactics to the RAF. In as a Representative of m I nine I did not know about him I nine until you wrote about it. How did it work? Well, how it worked? And this is one of the reasons I came to this story because I was reading about the history of m I nine which was founded roughly one nineteen thirty nine to teach the art of escape and evasion in the previous war. There was no such instruction. There was no such you weren't given supplies. You were giving compasses and maps in case you were shot down. And so in World War Two they started m I nine to help pilots who came down behind enemy lines. And Jim Bennett who learned the art of escape in World War. One was one of the lead lecturers going from airbase to airbase throughout the war. And it was only until I got to Jim Bennett and read his lectures about what he did at Holzmann that I came to the story it occurs to me Neil. And I only speculate here that the reason the the escape. Techniques used in your book are so familiar, and we see them in the great escape movie. And I've read stories around the writing of that great escape movie is that Bennett is the lake. He was teaching what you need the chemicals that camera making friends with the camp of camp supernumerary numerous keeping lookouts. It's all recognizable. And it would have been Bennett that carries that string of knowledge into the second war. Yeah. I mean, it was not just Bennett. It was a number of of of these World War One escape heroes Bennett was probably one of a line of of of a dozen lecturers, but they were teaching the art of escape, and they were teaching lessons that they learned. And so that you see echoes in the stories of World War One in World War Two, and I will say that m I nine was remarkable organization in World War One roughly five hundred seventy officers and enlisted ranks you've found themselves behind enemy lines made it back to freedom in World War Two. Those numbers amount to roughly thirty three thousand. Yes. An important detail here at least in the first war what we're talking about. It was incumbent upon the officers to attempt to escape at all times that was their orders when they were captured they were not passive, they were not passive. I mean there were there were a bunch. There was a subset who were inveterate escape. Escapees us couldn't keep them down. There were others who were told a new that they should escape to occupy the Germans in preventing that a subset. These. Scape artists were the ones who were were going after the walls night and day from the moment they were captured. And that's what we're addressing that subset who are supported by the whole camp all of the prisoners support them distracting keeping the guards away or supporting them with supplies everything. But we're going to go to Holtzman didn't via some other camps where our heroes spend time. The book is the escape artist. This is the greatest escape of the of the great war. The first war one hundred years past abandoned, daredevil.
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