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'I loved her to pieces,' retired Justice Souter says of RBG

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 hrs ago

'I loved her to pieces,' retired Justice Souter says of RBG

"The remaining eight Supreme Court justices and two former colleagues are speaking out about Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday at age eighty seven the justices all wrote of Ginsburg's undying devotion to the law and her grace as a colleague Chief Justice John Roberts describes her as a jurist of historic stature a cherished colleague into tireless and resolute champion of justice justice Clarence Thomas called Ginsburg dear colleague and friend a superb judge who gave her best and exacted the best from each of us whether an agreement or disagreement what justice Sonia Sotomayor your calls Ginsburg a path breaking champion of women's rights an American hero who spent her life fighting for the equality of all people retired justice David Souter wrote Ruth Ginsburg achieved greatness before she became a great justice adding I love her to pieces Ben Thomas Washington

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Mitch McConnell vows US Senate will push on with Trump's pick to replace Ginsburg

WWL Programming

00:53 sec | 8 hrs ago

Mitch McConnell vows US Senate will push on with Trump's pick to replace Ginsburg

"Nation mourns Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last night. CBS is Nicole Killian reports that all eyes are on the political battle already raging over who will replace her on the nation's highest court. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said President Trump's and nominee will receive a vote on the Senate floor. On average. It takes about 69 days to get through the confirmation. Process, and there's just 45 days left until the general election. The Republican led Senate refused to vote on former President Obama's final Supreme Court nominee Nine months before the election. John 48, the bipartisan policy center, Republicans refused to confirm a Obama appointee after the death of Justice Scalia and there have been a couple of other cases like that the difference being that the Senate was controlled, of course by the opposite party. Mr Obama is calling on the Senate not to fill the Supreme Court vacancy yet

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Pentagon sending troops to Syria after clashes between U.S., Russian military

John Tabacco's Liquid Lunch

00:30 sec | 9 hrs ago

Pentagon sending troops to Syria after clashes between U.S., Russian military

"Is deploying a small number of U. S troops to Syria after a series of escalating encounters between the U. S and Russian military's. According to defense officials, The troops and vehicles will serve as a show of presence to discourage the Russian military from crossing into the Eastern Security area where U. S coalition and Syrian Democratic forces operate. The additional troops will include six Bradley fighting vehicles and less than 100 soldiers operating in northeast Syria on a 90 Day deployment. This's USA Radio News

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U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort

Commonwealth Club

05:38 min | 13 hrs ago

U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort

"President Obama's chief data scientist, talks with US Digital response cofounders Jennifer Palka and really knew as well as racially A member of US digital response. You know the place. I wanted to kind of start this conversation with you. Is almost rewinding the clock back and Tio where we were, and it's it's hard to to remember. But You know, it hasn't been that long. Since then. She all came together. March 16th, You know, that was 133 days ago or 19 weeks or on Lee 36.34% of 2020. Not long but to put it in perspective. What was what was coded like at that time. When, when, when? Back in March, 16. You know we had 4500 people who had tested positive in the United States and 88 had died. Six of which were in California. Sam Cisco Bay Area had moved to a shelter in place, and it was three days before a governor Newsome had issued a stay home order for the whole entire state. Ouchy had just warned that the worst is just ahead of us. It was his first time really warning that publicly. And so you know what we think about how much change from the numbers back then to now, I want you to take us back to the initial moment and that that almost that realization Of why jump into this? Why create us digital response when people the numbers weren't as bad as people have thought, What what got you to see this? And and maybe railing? Could you talk to us about how you came together? US digital response. I would say we started off a somewhat simple idea and a bit of a prediction. It was founded by a former U. S deputy chief technology officer is like John He was here and season tech industry veterans more like myself, and we kind of came together with this idea and thinking that With the pandemic. We were going to see government systems and government teams really be stretched beyond their current limits. And knowing all of the wonderful tech really talented tech expertise we have in this country. Is there something there? We can connect the people who have this expertise with the government teams are really going to need that hope to scale beyond problems that we've really never seen. So I think what happened was that was a thesis and we basically gave it a shot. We put a call out for help to technologists and we reached out to government people working in government that we knew their networks and we're basically like Is there something here? Can we provide help? As a team. We've really just been blown away by what we've been able to dio on Both sides. I think we've seen on one hand. We've seen those government services be taxed in a way that's really unprecedented. And in a way that goes way beyond where we made initially thought or on health care. We see systems being affected like Government service is like voting toe accessing benefits in the social safety net in general, and I think we've been overwhelmed by the interest from technologists who raised their hands to help so Probably. Within our first few weeks, we had thousands of technologists all over the country raised their hand sign up online just to say, Hey, I'm here here on my skills. I want to help. And so I would say USTR has served as that bridge that gap kind of bridge that gap between tech and I just want to help and governments in need and when we've really seen that the model works. So we're just about past four months of existence, and we've had over 5500 volunteers sign up to help from all over the country. We've actually taking on over 130 different projects with states and counties and city government teams in a TTE this 1300.27 different states, which kind of really amazing when I think about that. And as I said, it's all happened in just a matter of months. I mean, it's just phenomenal. You know, Raph, why did you join? What? What? What? What you did to this effort You have, like endless job opportunities with your background. Yeah, I was one of the first volunteers with you See, are the newbie on this panel? It's because I was spending all my time Energy doom, strolling and reading the news on DH. Release is worrying about the future on that didn't feel good night background is in Tech Azan Engineering executive You know, like I have worked at a few different startups and developing amazing roller coasters. But the thought experiment that I run when I'm thinking about leaving a group or joining group is if this group of people who succeed beyond their wildest dreams like what would the net impact on the world being In past companies have sometimes thought like I feel pretty neutral office like I love the people and the projects are interesting. But what is the impact? And so I've been on kind of a quest for the past few years to find a way to make That kind of impact it scale back in March. In this tiny thing that you're talking about. There was a lot of energy from the tech community, especially here in surface Go like the hacker news readings that to try and find ways to help and it seemed to me like a lot of the Things that people are working on. We're a little bit like solutions in search of problems like The solutions that are going to move the needle are going to be like something crazy, innovative. It's going to be mass cooperation and distribution and logistics and the kind of things that we infected government for. So a mutual friends talking about USTR, and when I read about it, heard about it. It was like this is this is the way we have to help governments. Let's help them be responsive to the needs. And so I had, like. The man's privilege of having the time of the financial security volunteer for free for a while. And the anxiety to not sit around doing nothing

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Mitch Mcconnell Vows Us Senate Will Push on With Trump's Pick To Replace Ginsburg

News, Traffic and Weather

01:21 min | 20 hrs ago

Mitch Mcconnell Vows Us Senate Will Push on With Trump's Pick To Replace Ginsburg

"Along to John Lennon's Imagine Mourners at a vigil in San Francisco for the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As a woman. I have rights in this country that are protected in law that did not exist a full generation ago. And a lot of the head had to do with what RBG date or death Friday at the age of 87, drawing people far and wide to pay their respects, most notably at the U. S. Supreme Court represents so much so much progress that's been made so I just felt like a natural place to be. Now be a political fight over when and who will replace Ginsberg on the High Court. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, releasing a statement Friday, saying there will be a floor vote on a trump nominee will be able Two. Four through a replacement for Peter Ginsberg in the left seven weeks remain until election day in the lame duck session that comes after that. It's an open question. Remember what happened when Justice. Scalia died at the end of President Obama's term. Mitch McConnell, the Senate Republican leader, said. We're not going to prove we're not gonna get hearings to any replacement, which is that President Obama. A point in an election year. NBC's George Stephanopoulos, the

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: US Supreme Court judge dies of cancer, aged 87

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:44 sec | 20 hrs ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: US Supreme Court judge dies of cancer, aged 87

"The nation is mourning the loss of you, a Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She lost her long battle against cancer on Friday. She was 87. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski looks back at her life. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joked, emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90, Aaron Carter Ski,

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Hundreds gather at Supreme Court to mourn Ginsburg's death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 20 hrs ago

Hundreds gather at Supreme Court to mourn Ginsburg's death

"The country's top leaders are paying tribute to Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday at the age of eighty seven Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts called Ruth Vader Ginsberg a cherished colleague and a tireless and resolute champion of justice former president Bill Clinton who nominated Ginsburg in nineteen ninety three Caulder a brilliant lawyer with a caring heart and common sense president trump reacted after a campaign rally in Minnesota she was an amazing woman what she was an amazing woman an amazing life he didn't talk about what was next for the Supreme Court but Joe Biden did voters should pick the president the president should take the justice just like in twenty sixteen adding repentance program still go search for all of us Jackie Quinn Washington

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McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the twenty sixteen race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the twenty sixteen race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the twenty sixteen race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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Gender Reveal Party Family Could Face Manslaughter

John and Ken on Demand

00:24 sec | 1 d ago

Gender Reveal Party Family Could Face Manslaughter

"The Eldorado fire out and you Yucaipa, that's the one that was started by the people with their gender reveal video whatever they were doing with their smoke bomb. and. Cost the life of a firefighter. They could be charged with manslaughter I have read. So yes. Yeah because they were. They were so reckless in their activity once if anybody dies in, they're responsible. Be. Responsible

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's last wish: 'I will not be replaced until a new president is installed'

John Howell

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's last wish: 'I will not be replaced until a new president is installed'

"Bader Ginsburg has died. Of complications from pancreatic cancer. Ginsberg was a Ah ah liberal icon 87 years old. She had been on the court for 27 years, She had been an architect for women's rights Back in the 19 seventies. She's been battling cancer for a long time. And now tonight The U. S. Supreme Court has announced that Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died of complications from cancer. And of course this is going to be a big Big issue. In a presidential race that was already filled John how with huge huge issues, So now the question is Will President Trump try to get Ah New justice on the Supreme Court before you know the candlesticks of this previous His previous policy of not bringing that up during a presidential election election right during the election cycle. Yeah, that's what he said in 2016 with Mary Garland. Antonin Scalia died, right. Right. So so, yeah, that we'll see. I've noticed people switch sides from time to time is situational ethics are definitely alive. Politically, aren't they? Yes, so we shall see. This is really going to disappoint. My sister was a big fan. She's an attorney in Michigan. But she was constantly centime. Excerpts from Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Down and down and then wanted me to read Maura about her and and so on and so forth. So, yeah, Breaking news is Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Eiji, seven years old battle pancreatic cancer for a long time Supreme Court announced just minutes ago that she has passed away Big topic conversation over the weekend. We'll be back on it. Gonna show apparently dictated this statement to her granddaughter as she is, her strength waned in the last few days. Quote my most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until the new president is installed.

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Actor Masterson denies and denounces rape charges

The John Phillips Show

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

Actor Masterson denies and denounces rape charges

"Facing rape charges. Actor Danny Masterson made an appearance in a Los Angeles court today but did not entry plea. A judge ordered him to return for an October 19th arraignment. The actor best known for that seventies show is accused of raping three women between 2000 won in 2003. He was charged and arrested back in June on three counts of forcible rape. The 44 year old denies the allegations

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Here are the winners of the 2020 Ig Nobel Prizes to make you laugh, then think

Kottke Ride Home

04:45 min | 1 d ago

Here are the winners of the 2020 Ig Nobel Prizes to make you laugh, then think

"The Twenty Twenty Ige Nobel Prize winners were announced last night the ignoble prizes to achievements that. First make people laugh. Then make them think the prizes are intended to celebrate the unusual honor the imaginative and spur people's interest in science medicine and technology and quote. A. Common Misconception about the ignoble prizes is that they're like the razzies you know making fun of things for being bad. But as they say on their website quote, we're honoring achievements that make people laugh and then think good achievements can also be odd funny and even absurd. So combat achievements a lot of good science gets attacked because of its absurdity and a lot of bad science gets revered despite its absurdity and quote. This year, the award ceremony was held only online but fun fact for you the ceremony while always in person prior to this year has also been streamed online every single year since nineteen, ninety, five making it. One of the very first events to be streamed live online. Improbable research who runs the prize thinks that it may have been the first ever event streamed live online was. Not a music concert, which is pretty cool and now without further ADO, here's a rundown of the twenty twenty winners, the Acoustics. Prize. went to a multinational team that basically had an alligator inhale a bunch of helium with the high pitched effect you'd anticipate so that they could study how alligators communicate the psychology prize went to a North American, team who came up with a method to. Identify, narcissists based on their eyebrow movements. The Peace Prize actually went to the governments, of India and Pakistan. For quote, having their diplomats surreptitiously ring each other's doorbells in the middle of the night and then run away before anyone had a chance to answer the door and quotes and next up the physics prize went to a team who wanted to see what happens to an earthworm. When you vibrate at high frequencies, some of these I think make a lot more sense view actually dive into the paper ignoble does a really good job of describing them in the weirdest most intriguing ways possible. The Economics Prize was awarded to the team who tried to quote quantify the relationship between different countries, national income inequality, and the average amount of mouth to mouth kissing and quote. The management. Prize went to a team of professional Chinese hitmen who conducted a hit by having. So many of them pay the other one to do it with less and less money each time that eventually no one was murdered. The. Prize was awarded to Richard vetter for collecting evidence that Entomologists Aka people who study insects or indeed scared of spiders. Are Not Insects. Now, the medicine prize went to a Dutch and Belgian team for diagnosing missile phony A-. And this is one I remember seen in the headlines about when the research was published because I super identify with it missile phony is Stress at hearing other people make chewing sounds end quotes. The materials science prize sounds completely bazaar and pointless until you understand that this British and American team are archaeologists who were trying to prove something about an artifact that had been found. They won the prize for quote showing that knives manufactured from frozen human feces do not work well and quotes. And finally the Second Prize winner of the year to be more ripped from the headlines than based on academic papers. The Medical Education Prize was awarded to Jay Your Bolsonaro of Brazil. Boris. Johnson of the United Kingdom. Never Injure mody of India Andrea Manual Lopez Obrador of Mexico. Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, Donald Trump of the USA or John of Turkey Vladimir Putin of Russia and govern Guli Berdymukhamedov of Turkmenistan. For quote using the covid nineteen viral pandemic to teach the world that politicians can have a more immediate effect on life and death. Then scientists and doctors can end quote. Wow. Yeah I mean scientists are pretty fed up. You might have seen that scientific American actually endorsed a candidate for president for the very first time in their one hundred and seventy five year history because among other points. Trump's rejection of evidence in public health measures have been catastrophic in the US and quotes

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Federal judge dismisses lawsuit challenging Oklahoma’s absentee voting laws

Rush Limbaugh

00:21 sec | 1 d ago

Federal judge dismisses lawsuit challenging Oklahoma’s absentee voting laws

"Federal judge in Oklahoma City has rejected a lawsuit brought by the state Democratic Party challenging the state's absentee voting rules. The lawsuit alleged that requiring voters casting ballots by mail to have their ballots notarized or to include a copy of the photo ID was an unnecessary barrier. U. S. District Judge John Dau, however, said the voting rules are reasonable, non discriminatory and legitimate.

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Chrissy Teigen accidentally reveals the gender of baby #3

Jason and Alexis

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Chrissy Teigen accidentally reveals the gender of baby #3

"Chrissy Teigen accidentally revealed the gender of her and John Legend's third child. Oh, so in case you if you don't want me, I don't want to get emails that I spoiled this for you in this reality show, But I'm going to tell you right now Spoiler spoiler. It's a boy and she opened up about her pregnancy on her instagram story, And then she slipped up when she referred to their third child as a he He's growing. Yeah, The baby is really, really healthy and he's big and then she was like, Oops. But then instead of deleting the video, she posted it and added the caption Haha haha! Might as well tell you.

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Chrissy Teigen accidentally reveals whether baby No. 3 with John Legend is boy or girl

Z Morning Zoo

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Chrissy Teigen accidentally reveals whether baby No. 3 with John Legend is boy or girl

"Well, John legend Chrissy Teigen are expecting baby number three. And after having a boy Miles and a daughter, Luna, that makes a tie score between boys and girls in the house. What is baby number three? We don't know. Or at least we didn't know until yesterday. When Christie accidentally let this slip out so weird because the baby's really, really healthy and His bag's pregnant. Did you say he boy for the win? Mason threw you off. Maybe you never know, but it looks like it's going to be a boy for baby number three for the legend slashed

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Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

"The new tally from Johns Hopkins University finds confirmed cases of the coronavirus have topped thirty million worldwide Johns Hopkins researchers say the worldwide counted known Kobe nineteen infections climb to post thirty million on Thursday with more than half of them the just three countries the U. S. India and Brazil the number has increased by ten million in just over a month with global Casey's passing twenty minute on August twelve the U. S. leads the by country count with well over six point five million reported cases followed by India with more than five million I'm Brazil individual numbers could vary as the university's tali sometimes lags behind the country reports Charles did as well London

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"john h" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

06:13 min | 2 weeks ago

"john h" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Previously, on the Tony Kornheiser show. leadoff double no out first and third one out eric themes. Strikes out I can't. I can't do to robe way strikes out looking all the time. He's got more than one strikeout a game. He said he's EPI said he's a lot more disciplined in the strike zone. This year he's he's not swinging very disciplined. He's not just to strike approach. The Tony Kornheiser show is on now. All right. So you when you do a podcast, you plan for it. The plan originally was not to do one today. The plan was that I would not be in Washington that I would be in Delaware and we weren't even going to have it but those changed and I decided to do a podcast and one of the reasons I did is because this is actually this is inside. Baseball for people this is actually the Last Day of my contract here in other words I start in my mind I start September first and I end August thirty first for purposes of how many shows you do in a year and stuff like that because of the pandemic we haven't been able to do the type of show or the amount of show that I've wanted to do, but this gets us to a very, very nice round number one, hundred and seventy. So I was very pleased to be able to do this show I had a lot of things to talk about including disasterous. Barbecue with chicken. Over the weekend that I wanted to talk about and I certainly wanted to talk about having watched both Putz live yesterday, and we will get to this was Steve Sands both Putz live yesterday a Dustin Johnson on what was the last stroke of the tournament either way make or miss hits a forty three foot putt to force a playoff and then Jon Rahm from essentially the same place except maybe fifteen to twenty feet further by twenty flicks back hits the same pot AFC and wins and wins right in the middle right in the heart and I wanted to talk about all that and I plan to talk about all that and then Nigel about ten minutes ago you texted me what? Some very sad news that's being reported. That former Georgetown head coach John. Thompson has passed away at the age of seventy eight. Now, there's this is being reported by Ninety Sports Radio and it's being reported by WJLA which is channel seven Washington DC and you don't. Ever, get this wrong, right if you get this wrong, you're out of a job. So I'm going to assume even though I don't have anything else to go on I'm going to assume this is true and I'm going to change the beginning of this show and I'm GonNa talk a little bit about John Thompson who I admired greatly. And I liked an awful lot and always in tribute to John Thomson I called him a worthy adversary he was very difficult to cover. Very. Difficult. He was an extraordinarily private man extraordinarily large man and could use his size to be extraordinarily intimidating. He's very, very smart. So covering Georgetown with John Around with the notion of Hoya, paranoia in the late seventies and early eighties stretching through the ninety s made it very difficult for a lot of people to get to the truth you couldn't really talk to anybody on the team unless. John gave you permission. You could talk to John into talk to John, at Georgetown, you had to go upstairs three or four flights of stairs and go through four or five locked doors. It was honestly like the beginning of get smart I mean you just you made an appointment with John John John did everything he could to intimidate you physically and intellectually and John and I got along we. He he was not able to sleep. He I'm not saying he was at INSOMNIAC, but he did not sleep much. So the best interviews and Wilpon will be on later in the show and he'll tell you this John would call you a two or three in the morning. Return your calls calls it two or three in the morning and I made it very clear. If the first time he did that that I wasn't going to do that anymore. I wasn't going to get up a two and three in the morning to take these calls. Others did junior did will bond did you pretty much had to? If you covered the team, you had to do that and John was always engaging look I wrote a big piece about twenty years ago. For an ESPN book on the. Greatest athletes of the twentieth century. One of them and deservedly. So was Bill Russell the greatest winner ever in the NBA. Bill Russell. And the entire story that I wrote about Bourassa talk to Bill Russell, Bill Russell and talk to anybody he and talk. So there's no point in me even talking to Bill Russell I later heard from a family member that they'll Russell said, well, why didn't he ask to talk to me and I started to laugh because Bill Russell never talked to anybody I went to John Thompson you'd say, well, why would you go to John? Thompson, well, John Thompson. Bill Russell's teammate and backup center for the Boston. Celtics for a few years in the sixties John Thompson was himself a great basketball player at Providence College and was in the pros backing up Bill Russell and John Thompson was so smart and could tell me all about Bill Russell. Tell me everything that I didn't know and and the quotes in that piece all John I could never thank John Enough I had. As I said. An odd relationship with John but it was filled with admiration and respect and even some good humor when John, after John, retired and I was at Johns. Retirement is to when he left Georgetown he just left one day and called a bunch of people up and had a press conference and. We laughed about the fact that the bird of prey was sitting in the stands when John, talked. And at some point in our lives at some point in our lives. John and I think it was when Princeton played duke and may have even beaten Duke. At..

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"john h" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

"john h" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"You Gilbert Great. She had gone Hank you and. Okay. This is Gilbert Godfrey, which is been Gilbert Godfrey Jim. MAZING. Colossal podcast with might go brank Santo Padre. We've been talking to the man who turned down Philadelphia. award-winning Bill. Do that peace shit. You're not wrong. John. Millions of kids would disagree with you Gilbert. mcadam. John Thank you. He'll do it again. Absolutely.

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"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

"There is very little known about where John Get. Your was at what John Catcher was doing between one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five and nineteen, seventy eight. There are no public records available from that time that make any indications. The next time he POPs up was October of seventy eight. That's when he hit us first wife divorce, and he married his second wife, Linda and Caputo despite his criminal record. Get your at a second joined a scout troop while in Ohio. According to an April first nineteen eighty article in the Newark Advocate. They were in the. York society. Which is an explorers posed open to all youth ages, fourteen and older adults. Which is dedicated to teaching native American traditions, and these public records detailing disparage and this move. John is using the last name. Get through spelled G. E. T. R. E.. W. Instead. Of G. E. T. R. E. You. Remember by now. He has a rape on his record. So. This was a deliberate effort to distance himself from that crime. And now between nineteen, seventy, eight and nineteen eighty-eight. We kind of lose track of John Together, and there's very little that we know about what he was doing during this time. And this should probably be the period of time that we're examining the most closely when attempting to connect him with these other crimes. In nineteen eighty, Ada John POPs backup on the public records radar when he buys property and Alameda County California, and at this point, he is a father with Tucson's. After moving back to California, guttural lived a seemingly unremarkable life in the bay area from the eighties to the present. He was raising a family and joining civic organizations such as the elks lodge. In two thousand, three, John's second wife dies of cancer in the early two thousands. He really leans into this quote. Unquote American Dad this sort of vibe into thousand seven, he served as the Exalted Ruler of the Fremont Elks Lodge. Twenty one twenty, one in Fremont California, then in two thousand eight John Married his third wife, and you have to remember that. When John Gets who was masquerading as a family man, he was killing and yet he was not a law. Enforcement rate are whatsoever, but somebody else was. Vice failure ran soccer, the East area rapist, the original night stalker, who we now know as the Golden State killer from nineteen, seventy, six and nineteen, eighty-six Joseph Diangelo was doing the same thing John Guitry was popping up and killing in various cities across California. That man is retroactively. Almost just as difficult to track in pinpoint where he was what he was doing and where he was working as John gets its. And deangelis murders a gun on solid for almost forty years when the FBI announced that they reviving their efforts to capture the man, they were now referred to as the Golden State killer. They offered a fifty thousand dollar reward. They put up billboards with the sketches of the GS suspect. And while it was known that there was this revived effort to find a suspect. Known at that time, really knew what was going on behind the scenes. Law enforcement was using genetic genealogy to search for GSK. And with Jess K.. Genetic genealogy technologies snagged its first big win, and that was the capture of Joseph. DANGELO golden state killer. And on the heels, their success, and the use of technology to capture Jess K, they started to look to genetic genealogy to solve other cases that had long been considered cold last week profiled the murder of Margaret Williams and we discussed how Margaret's little brother Evan was only seven years old and living on the base in Germany when his big sister was killed. Well as an adult, he called the law enforcement assigned to the Golden State. Task Force to tell them about John Gastro. In while Barbara was much older than Evan at the time of Marcus Murderer and the base. She certainly knew who Margaret's little brother was. My sister two days later Arabia. My sister was walking back from having Babysat for somebody and she saw Bevan. With their apartment window that was open and he yelled down to her. My sister was killed. He was seven and a half. My sister was killed. Religious looked with him what she said say. She came home and.

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"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

"There is very little known about where John Get. Your was what John, catcher was doing between one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five and nineteen, seventy eight. There are no public records available from that time that make any indications. The next time he POPs up was October of seventy eight. That's when he hit us first wife divorce, and he married his second wife, Linda and Caputo despite his criminal record. Get your at a second joined a scout troop, while in Ohio. According to an April first nineteen eighty article in the Newark Advocate. They were in the. IOS Society. Which is an explorers posed open to all youth ages, fourteen and older adults. Which is dedicated to teaching native American traditions and these public records detailing this marriage and this move. John is using the last name. Get through spelled G. E. T., R. E. W. instead of G. E. T. R. E. YOU Remember by now. He has a rape on his record. So, this was a deliberate effort to distance himself from that crime. And now between nineteen, seventy, eight and nineteen eighty-eight, we kind of lose track of John Together and there's very little that we know about what he was doing during this time. And this should probably be the period of time that we're examining the most closely when attempting to connect him with these other crimes. In nineteen. Eighty Ada John, pops backup on the public records radar when he buys property and Alameda County, California and at this point, he is a father with Tucson's. After moving back to California, guttural lived a seemingly unremarkable life in the bay area from the eighties to the present. He was raising a family and joining civic organizations such as the elks lodge. In two thousand three, John's second wife dies of cancer in the early two thousands. He really leans into this quote. Unquote American Dad this sort of vibe into thousand seven. He served as the Exalted Ruler of the Fremont Elks Lodge Twenty one twenty, one in Fremont California then in two thousand eight John Married his third wife, and you have to remember that when John Get was to reading as a family man, he was killing, and yet he was not a law. Enforcement rate are whatsoever, but somebody else was. Vice failure ran soccer the east area rapist, the original night stalker, who we now know as the Golden State killer from nineteen, seventy, six and nineteen eighty-six Joseph Diangelo was doing the same thing. John Guitry was popping up and killing in various cities across California. That man is retroactively. Almost just as difficult to track in pinpoint where he was what he was doing, and where he was working as John gets its. And deangelis murders a gun on solid for almost forty years. When the FBI announced that they reviving their efforts to capture the man, they were now referred to as the Golden State killer. They offered a fifty thousand dollar reward. They put up billboards with the sketches of the GS suspect. And while it was known that there was this revived effort to find a suspect. Known at that time, really knew what was going on behind the scenes. Law enforcement was using genetic teleology to search for GSK. And with Jess K. genetic genealogy technologies snagged its first big win, and that was the capture of Joseph Dangelo Golden State. Killer. And on the heels, their success, and the use of technology to capture Jess K they started to look to genetic genealogy to solve other cases that had long been considered cold last week profiled the murder of Margaret. Williams, and we discussed how Margaret's little brother. Evan was only seven years old and living on the base in Germany when his big sister was killed. Well as an adult, he called the law enforcement assigned to the Golden State. Task Force to tell them about John Gastro. In while Barbara was much older than Evan at the time of Marcus, murderer and the base. She certainly knew who Margaret's little brother was. My sister two days later Arabia. My sister was walking back from having Babysat for somebody and she saw Bevan. Bingo look their apartment window. That was open and he yelled down to her. My sister was killed. He was seven and a half. My sister was killed. Religious looked with him what she said say. She came home and.

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"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

02:51 min | 2 months ago

"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

"Five. But tracking a minor down in the fifties and sixties is no easy feat in that even found that surprised me because it was very hard to figure out where he was which base which country at which times right and John, whose picture appears in the Newark High School Yearbook and Nineteen Sixty one as a sophomore, so he attended high school in Ohio if only four short time likely when his father was between assignments, and we know that prior to his arrival. Arrival in Germany. Where he went to school with her first degree Barbara, he had spent time in Hawaii, and also North Carolina and we do know that he was attending school on the base in Germany from sixty two until sixty three, and it's a nineteen sixty three when John Killed Margaret Williams. He then spent those measly two years serving a sentence for her murder between sixty four and sixty six, and then he returns to the United States, but then why? What we can't be sure of is that upon his return, it became clear that those two years in a German prison did not rehabilitate John Get true. Not, even close. And we know that because we now know that more women net Margaret's fate. It's hard to know where John. Catcher landed immediately following his return from Europe. There are no records it can be found between sixty six and sixty nine. However we do know that he got married to his first wife in sparks Nevada. which is a town within reno? And by Nineteen, seventy-one John Wife moved to and settled into Palo. Alto California, which is near San Francisco And at this time he's working as a lab tech Mills Hospital which was located in Palo Alto. He later worked the Stanford University Medical Center as a cardiac technician, and then eventually oddly Japan started working in security at Stanford University. The name of the company that employed him in seventy two was officially listed as Plant Protection Services of Palo Alto, and we know that the seventy s were rocked cursed whatever you wanna call it plagued with a number of prolific and extremely deadly serial killers, especially on the west coast. We have bundy. We have raider. We have Dangelo. We have the hillside strangler, and so on and so forth. The time, it wasn't clear how many serial killers were at work across California, but it was more than a few. We didn't have the technology to help. Connect cases, nor could information be spread quickly amongst police departments. Keeping in general was lax, people could easily assume different names, new identities and John Gastro had all of this working in his favor in the added bonus, he had also was that he was military brat which. Makes it much more difficult to figure out where he'd been where he was or anticipate where he.

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"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

02:51 min | 2 months ago

"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

"Fifty five. But tracking a minor down in the fifties and sixties is no easy feat in that even found that surprised me because it was very hard to figure out where he was which base which country at which times right and John, whose picture appears in the Newark High School Yearbook and Nineteen Sixty one as a sophomore, so he attended high school in Ohio if only four short time likely when his father was between assignments and we know that prior to his arrival. Arrival in Germany, where he went to school with her first degree, Barbara he had spent time in Hawaii and also north. Carolina and we do know that he was attending school on the base in Germany from sixty two until sixty three, and it's a nineteen sixty three when John Killed, Margaret Williams he then spent those measly two years serving a sentence for her murder between sixty four and sixty six, and then he returns to the United States, but then why? What we can't be sure of is that upon his return, it became clear that those two years in a German prison did not rehabilitate John Get true. Not even close. And we know that because we now know that more women net Margaret's fate. It's hard to know. Where John Catcher landed immediately following his return from Europe. There are no records it can be found between sixty six and sixty nine. However, we do know that he got married to his first wife in sparks Nevada. which is a town within reno? And by Nineteen seventy-one, John Wife moved to and settled into Palo Alto California, which is near San Francisco. And at this time he's working as a lab tech at mills. Hospital, which was located in Palo Alto he later worked the Stanford University Medical Center as a cardiac technician, and then eventually oddly John started working in security at Stanford University the name of the company that employed him in seventy, two was officially listed as Plant Protection Services of Palo Alto and. We know that the seventy s were rocked cursed. Whatever you WANNA call it plagued with a number of prolific and extremely deadly serial killers especially on the west coast. We have bundy. We have raider. We have Dangelo. We have the hillside strangler, and so on, and so forth at the time. It wasn't clear how many serial killers were at work across. But. It was more than a few. We didn't have the technology to help. Connect cases, nor could information be spread quickly amongst police departments. Keeping in general was LAX. People could easily assume different names, new identities and John Jetro had all of this working in his favor in the added bonus he had also was that he was military brat which. Makes it much more difficult to figure out where he'd been where he was or anticipate where he.

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"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

"For more than four decades, the brutal murders of two young women whose bodies were discovered strangled and brutalized in the hills near Stanford University less than a mile apart from one, another remained a total mystery. The man who killed them, John, get true managed to fly under the radar, maintaining the appearance of living a pretty normal life. Those. Who knew him describe a family man, a boy, Scout, leader, a loving father and grandfather. They had no idea that the man they thought they knew had been attacking sexually assaulting in murdering young women since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty three. The consequences and stigma of committing such a heinous crime did not follow John Getcha when he returned to the United States, he was left free to his own devices and full advantage of his anonymity. Last week we took you through. Get Yours high school years on the base. We killed Margaret Williams Margaret's murder haunted our first degree barbara in two thousand seventeen. She was shocked to hear his name in the news yet again, because over the years, Barbara never forgot about Margaret and never forgot about John. Get true, and that's because a number of her friends and her and her sister, and then her sister-in-law. Who is your best friend on the base? They kept in touch in this story did not ever go away. It would come up here and there and they always wondered what happened to John. Get true. We. Had this story in common? And so you talk about it. You know whatever he's like. That came up and lead say. I wonder where he is, and I wonder this back then. We didn't have social media. We didn't have Internet nothing so all we did talk about it and talk about how scary was and. I don't know then after a while. You know you move on, and you let it go, but every once in a while is something happened. And so get this my sister and I. We do like your shows. We like podcast like this. She's listening to one call case file, so she was listening to that as she fell asleep. That's what she saw. She Falls Asleep and she said she was just about asleep and she here's the name. Get through, and she sits up in bed and yells husband up. Wake up! This is about. John Route because he was over there, too. And it's about a girl who was killed in Stanford and in the last fifteen minutes he talks about gets very short I started googling and found that Palo. Alto article that told a lot, and I just went some I started reading tonight. No all about funding and you've learned about their personalities and whatnot. And as soon as she said that. I said. Didn't you always think he'd be a serial killer? Will we kind of laughed it? which is not appropriate, but she goes yes. Of course could be of course he could be a serial killer. And there's no doubt that John True is a serial killer, but to what degree to answer that we need to go back to the beginning. Today's case takes us back to August twenty sixth of nineteen forty four, and this is the day the mark, the birth of John Arthur get through the movie. Playing in the theaters was marriage is a private affair starring Lana Turner James Craig and as far as songs topping the Charts Bing crosby swing on a star was the song everyone was listening to. Now. There's no one setting for today's case. But we'll start essentially where the villain began and that's Newark Ohio. Which is a city? Three miles east of Columbus, and Newark is the twentieth largest city in Ohio. It's not terribly big. And what is most known for our the Newark Earthworks Resnais major ancient complex built by the hopewell people. And remnants of this earthworks still exist today. During the late eighteen hundreds, and the early nineteen hundreds, the licking county fair took place inside the Great Circle Mound, which is one of the largest of the structures. And then the Ohio National. Guard utilize the octagon mound as a drill field. And it's here in Newark Ohio. The John Arthur Gatera. Was Born on August twenty, six, nineteen, forty, four. His Dad was Major Charles J, JETRO HIS MOM IRMA QUE get through! He had two siblings Danny and Marquette, he stayed in Newark until he was four in the get through. Family frequently returned Ohio visits between being stationed at basis around the world for most of John's Childhood and adolescence when God was. Was In grade school. We know that he was an Army Brat but an ongoing female notice throughout this episode is that it's incredibly difficult to try to piece together. Where people were.

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"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"john h" Discussed on The First Degree

"For more than four decades, the brutal murders of two young women whose bodies were discovered strangled and brutalized in the hills near Stanford University, less than a mile apart from one, another remained a total mystery. The man who killed them John Get true managed to fly under the radar, maintaining the appearance of living a pretty normal life. Those who knew him describe a family man, a boy, Scout, leader, a loving father and grandfather. They had no idea that the man they thought they knew had been attacking sexually assaulting in murdering young women since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty three. The consequences and stigma of committing such a heinous crime did not follow John Getcha when he returned to the United States, he was left free to his own devices and full advantage of his anonymity. Last week we took you through. Get Yours high school years on the base. We killed Margaret Williams. Margaret's murder haunted our first degree barbara in two thousand seventeen. She was shocked to hear his name in the news yet again, because over the years Barbara never forgot about Margaret and never forgot about John Get true, and that's because a number of her friends and her and her sister, and then her sister-in-law, who is her best friend on the base? They kept in touch in this story did not ever go away. It would come up here and there, and they always wondered what happened to John Get true. We had this story in common. And so you talk about it. You know whatever he's like. That came up and lead say. I wonder where he is and I. Wonder this back then. We didn't have social media. We didn't have Internet nothing so all we did talk about it and talk about how scary was and. I don't know then after a while. You know you move on, and you let it go, but every once in a while is something happened. And so get this. My sister and I. We do like your shows. We like podcast like this. She's listening to one call case file, so she was listening to that as she fell asleep. That's what she saw. She Falls Asleep and she said she was just about asleep and she here's the name get through, and she sits up in bed and yells husband up. Wake Up. This is about John Route. Because he was over there, too. And it's about. A girl, who was killed, in Stanford, and in the last fifteen minutes he talks about gets very short I started googling and found that Palo Alto article that told a lot and I just went some I started reading tonight. Know all about funding, and you've learned about their personalities and whatnot. And as soon as she said that. I said. Didn't you always think he'd be? A serial killer will be kind of laughed it, which is not appropriate, but she goes yes. Of course could be. Of course, he could be a serial killer. And there's no doubt that John True is a serial killer, but to what degree to answer that we need to go back to the beginning. Today's case takes us back to August, twenty sixth of nineteen forty four, and this is the day the marked the birth of John Arthur get through the movie. Playing in the theaters was marriage is a private affair starring Lana Turner James Craig and as far as songs topping the charts bing. Crosby swing on a star was the song everyone was listening to. Now there's no one setting for today's case. But we'll start essentially where the villain began, and that's Newark Ohio. Which is a city? Three miles east of Columbus and Newark is the twentieth largest city in Ohio. It's not terribly big. And what is most known for our the Newark Earthworks Resnais major ancient complex built by the hopewell people. And remnants of this earthworks still exist today. During the late eighteen hundreds, and the early nineteen hundreds, the licking county fair took place inside the Great Circle Mound, which is one of the largest of the structures. And then the Ohio national, guard utilize the octagon mound as a drill field. And it's here in Newark Ohio. The John Arthur Gatera was born on August, twenty, six, nineteen, forty, four, his dad was Major Charles j jetro, his mom Irma get JETRO. He had two siblings Danny and Marquette he stayed in Newark until he was four in the get through. Family frequently returned Ohio visits between being stationed at basis around the world for most of John's Childhood and adolescence. When gone was. Was In grade school, we know that he was an Army Brat, but an ongoing female notice throughout this episode is that it's incredibly difficult to try to piece together where people were.

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"john h" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:02 min | 4 months ago

"john h" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Oaks. Which is fifty points to the Kentucky? That's five weeks out from that race or four weeks and six days Everything just seems to place itself. Lend itself to these other races yet. Comes back to mom park for the tradition that we have. I mean technically Mama folks predates that Kentucky Oaks That I've been for us to have points. I mean it's a whole new ballgame. We switched the Haskell from invitation to a stakes this year I mean the thought process there is. I mean we used to be able to control the quality by inviting the top horses to compete. Now you're not sure who the top courses coming out of the triple crown. Races are going to be so Not Knowing for certain where the Belmont will I mean? I've heard the rumors and I don't unless I missed it. I didn't see a date. Certain yet but it's just. It's a totally different year in a different calendar. And we're just trying to be proactive and stay with it and say on top of it to be able to produce what weekend for the The FANS OF JERSEY SHORE. Whether they're here or they're betting elsewhere. John Heinz with for mom were paying tribute to John. Mazza and Simultaneously taking couple minutes talk about the upcoming mom season which starts July Third Wendy's When denominations close for the early portion and particularly for Haskell Day it's going to be July twenty sixth haskell itself And if you nominate to the high school it's the free nomination to the Pegasus And also the all I mean. We shouldn't forget that Breeders Cup winning. You're in so I mean that's always been a huge plus as well. I mean you win that Race Pasta. Get into the classic is quite substantial so the free ticket to ride in that race is worth quite a bit of money so throwing the million dollar purse the Derby points the winning. You're into the Breeders Cup. I mean there's a lot of them. Allied in so June June twenty-sixth June twenty. Six Twenty eight July twenty-six. Well because this this probably well worth reminding a couple of different times as we get closer and as we get into June because as you mentioned the invitationals segment horsemen. That typically have three year olds. they you know they. They they aren't used to nominating to the Haskell But the rest of that car to I'm sure a lot of Shit there's a lot of overlap you know when it comes to the molly pitcher and the matchmaker and the UN is you mentioned all the other stakes that will be on the day and you know we should also mention John. The million dollars the fact that talk about the negotiation or the the discussion the to keep it at a million dollars. Because a lot of places of coercive have pared down their their purse structure for their leaving for their elite stakes. Yeah I think a lot of them. I mean they're persons are more dependent on casino. Fueled MONEY NEW JERSEY. Doesn't have that benefit we. We have been fortunate that the The governor and the legislature approved a supplement for racing in New Jersey. But it's not to the tune of a Pennsylvania.

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"john h" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"john h" Discussed on High and Mighty

"But what sought welcome back to another episode of High and mighty live from the Philadelphia. It's me Yup. Aw number the number one fuck they never on what by John H e? This is my fourth time doing this in three days. I've got no voice. I got no cardio. I've got no genitals but it's me not in I'm mighty studios not with the my nearly silent Co host. Arthur Poe is a dog. I have to tell people that. Now someone says it's rude that I'd never let my silent. Co host talk on the podcast. That's DMZ get. I will tell you about the other but you guys you bear chasers out. There are very forward and flattering. So thank you very much and I will post more pictures of my feet. Okay doing great couple more of these games. It's all boys and come back to life brother thank you for coming out to live high and mighty literally the hardest way to listen to a podcast. You guys are aware that at some point this will just be in your pocket unbeknownst you. It'll just arrive in your pocket but you guys paid money to come out in the snow and fucking watch a live podcast. I mean so much to me. It means so much came to this fucking.

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"john h" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"john h" Discussed on Citation Needed

"No I'm telling you we actually got me. Two turtle doves. I saw. They were ferry ferry dead. Well we'll just ask him to stop at least before it gets to the Lords a leaping right stun gun CHAC elephant tranquilizer and check. Hey Hey you I wear you guys as Here in up destroy what we created Noah destroy what we created. We turn around and leave right now. Guys we could just go. I vote that. That's that's what does that mean. Okay so you remember when I broke into the crisper planes and tried to combine see missile and my DNA into version of myself. That new self. Love your way you guys about those. You are at the sword camp. It's called the known own World Academy a rapier. Thank you very much buner who you heard owner anyway stirring up the group and I think to myself okay while Matt Eh wanted. I put a little bit of Tom's confidence in there. And then I get a little bit of Noah's work ethic and then I'm worried right so I put in heat sway with women. Nick accidentally made the subject of today's episode John McCain. You're just like getting around and tell us about this right now. I didn't know other people people knew I thought it was a fun. Little secret like diamonds not being worth anything. We're Obama Smoking. I'm fixing it now. I'm fixing it now. So wait you're just GONNA try to capture and destroy crazy millionaire. John McAfee yes. Okay I'm in Dibs on the uh-huh Damn and yes I will be using this basket. Hilt mortuaries orch sooner. Well I will anyway sort. I didn't get the machine No no you can hold the SCABBARD. Heath here's the SCABBARD. That's a sword right. It's like Sword Pants.

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"john h" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

13:23 min | 10 months ago

"john h" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"What do you do with that? How did you get to rage? I didn't realize you were boiling already. Your someone who is in control of your emotions you do not. Oh I I'm in control of its because I can't afford not to be in control control of its because I know what happens if I get angry. You can't afford to get angry. And so what I have to do is focus on the science focus on the research. Focus on the kind of work that I can do in the organizations. I work with to see if I can make a difference without making me the focus because I know that when I'm the focus people can use me as a distraction so the work that I do tends to be in the background at tens nowadays not necessarily be beat me berating somebody from a pulpit or writing a an incendiary head but rather working inside. I'd government inside organizations to try and make change but putting my energy sources this this well of gently swirling McNamara. John I know people like to Come at you by saying you're too outspoken. For someone who wasn't that good at basketball used the fame and basketball to become an arrogant gas bag who opined on everything that you weren't really good at basketball but you made it to the top one percent of the one percent to play professional basketball and I don't think people have any earthly idea how hard that was coming from where you were coming from the year that I certainly began in the NBA in ninety-five was near where where they were just so a tiny number of foreign players and they were eastern European for the most part Petra in a vacuum people have got ilk And I was a fat bookish British kid. I mean I've told you this before my my life at that point revolved around consuming cuming books and eating pie. That was that was really where I was. Most comfortable. Sweating was not a fun thing for me and I was people mistake. They think I I I found basketball and I thought here's a route to international fame and money and that was nothing nothing to do with it. I I started basketball because I walked into a gym wearing my rugby kit because it was all I had and I walked into this German and I looked at the faces of the twelve or fifteen people in there and they ran towards me. Grab my mom's I'm was saying he's on our team they. They framed every terrible. Thing I did and everybody knows what it's like to be a total novice unable to catch the ball unable to get within six feet of the basket. Not a clue about what you're supposed to be doing on the floor tactically and every mistake. I made they framed as a pathway to my future greatness an I just knew as these people looked at me and all I could see reflected in their faces. Aces was my potential. I just knew I would never leave the space that I needed to find a way to stay in this space as long as possible. And that's why I wanted to play in the NBA. Because I thought if a SMELLY JIM in some random part of the north of England I if I could find in this space my potential. I'll how amazing might be if I could go to the home of basketball whether it's the best coaches and big gyms that that experience would be magnified a thousand times and that's what made me WanNa play in the NBA didn't your initial backboard Wasn't it against a wall so God so usually in my ankles so many times so many times you go for a layup one of your feet would be on the wall. The other of your feet would be like in the crux of the of the walls of the floor. And and it would just be a regular part of our of our sessions where you know at six or ten minute intervals. Somebody's gone in for contested layup. Somebody comes down down in the crack in the ice that crooks in the wall and his twisted ankle and we're just gonNA take a breather and they walk it off and then we'd go again again but it was partly because because England and really have basketball right. That's how that's it's almost. It seems like we're speaking of ancient primitive times but that's why it was. The basket was against the wall because nobody playing new any better. Oh yeah well. The thing with with with dusk is nobody played. It was super expensive ends. If to get the the proper backboard so very often they were pieces of plywood with with netball hoops and netball hoops are smaller Half the size they a- basketball only just goes through them. I played on one of those for the first six months of my career I certainly have had a home. I had a netball hoop. That's what I practiced on. It had no backboard. Basketball is not was not a part of our infrastructure infrastructure. It is much more now in the UK but But the boys still not particularly evolved but back then it was it was like a tiny cabal of people. You you would you. Would you would know once you play for you. You've pretty much everybody in the country who played basketball. That's how small it was. And so how would you explain into people how how difficult it was to go from that. How bad you were at the beginning? You didn't pick up a basketball too late right. Yep Seventeen years old. I picked picked up a basketball. That whole experience of meeting. Those people was when I was seventeen. I play for one year in the UK. I was very fortunate to have a coach who sadly sadly he passed away. This year. a guy called Dave Mcclain. Who who who told me I had to go because there was nothing more that I could learn in the UK? Hey and that's when I I. That's when I made that that venture to go to America and I did that by writing to American high schools by I found a book from the Fulbright Commission which is an organization that facilitates international exchange. And it had this of high schools in it an I simply found the spoke and went through and put a pin every once in a while in a page until I had about three thousand names of schools and I wrote to the coaches of those schools and invited myself onto their teams. I mean the the letter was not nuanced and I'm embarrassed about it now. But essentially he said dear coach whatever. Your name is My Name's John H E. I'm six foot nine black in English And I would like to play for your team If this is of interest to you please get in touch. Six nine is of interest the sixty s the six nine and the black. I thought both would be of interest. I thought this is. These are key pieces in English. You throw in the English. I'm not sure what you were trying to accomplish there. Well I just didn't want them to to to have some idea that perhaps it was an An American already knew the sport and it was a ex-pat family on a on a on a military base or something I wanted them to realize no. No Raw English equals equals. I'm terrible right now. That was really the key and I and I sent off three thousand letters because this was before email and I got three. Replies one from a famous School in New Jersey which I will always remember because it says that they sent me a letter back saying we of the winningest inist team in the history of New Jersey. We don't need foreign talent and I'm always amazed by that the fact that they wrote back. That is now that they wrote back. But not just to put you in your place with a go. bleep yourself is amazingly cruel. It's amazing league rule. What does anybody WANNA? Why I'm pompous? It is that email that let let the sorry that caused it because I remember reading that and thinking well. I don't want to go to this school anyway. I'd winningest is not a word. Why did you why did you take time to write? That and I mean you took the time to write me back. Just write me back in that same. Do what the other two thousand nine hundred odd did an ignore this as some nonsense but instead you want to tell me that you're the winningest school. Not a word anyway so and then I got a letter from to dig up. There is nobody who does not realize this already. But I'm a principal Dick that's important And then I got got a letter from a school in Toledo Ohio and and I was back actually. I was back this year to see my school corps get named after coach at Hainkel in Toledo Ohio and he was the one who who kind of really accelerated my development. He understood very clearly that I had one year to to go from being abjectly terrible to being good enough to get a scholarship and he and his assistant coach Michael but fell Haber. They dedicated themselves and forced me to get dedicate myself To becoming the kind of flat who get a scholarship remarkable this the thing about success. It's it's it's all in them a new show it's in the mundane my success in my willingness to write three thousand letters knowing that a thousand wouldn't do it my my success S. is knowing that I'm never going to be the best at doing everything but I'm tough to be going left. I can't do much else but I was tough to be going going left. I just that that minutia is what gets it done. Did you give me the third letter. Did you tell us what the third letter was that you got there. The first ones memorable the second was memorable. What was the third one the third? Let's it was a school in Virginia And it's only memorable because I did not go. Oh there because my mother wouldn't let me because it was Virginia. My mother had had a white woman married to a black man in Boston in in the sixties And she would not let me go to Virginia. She was afraid. Wow so you had had the scholarship offer if it if the other one doesn't come through that would have been your only opportunity and your mom wouldn't let you she wouldn't have let you go chase your dream Not In Virginia That's interesting I did not know that I did know the story though involving your mother and I've reminisced over the years with you about this because of how it hit me when you told me I found I found the words bit haunting and sad Because you told me that on her deathbed she said to you after that that life that she lived she said I. I have not lived a fun life but I have lived a full life. Yeah Yeah I that it doesn't haunt me. It's aspirational for me. I need my life to be fun and I want to be clear. I don't think she was talking about never having moments of joy. I don't think it's rose tinted glasses to say that. I know that her children as we grow up my two sisters and myself. Oh for what. We're part episodically. If at least of moments of joy from my mother I know her friendships. with with colleagues and and her friends throughout her life were joyful but she has incredibly tough life and I and I think that colored the equation for her. This is the woman who fought in the Biafran war this this woman who jumped out of planes and eight grubs in the jungle in order to five and was on the losing side of a wall where a massive swathe of ethnic cleansing took place so there was nothing surprising when she said to me before she passed passed away that her life hadn't been fun to say but what was reassuring to know that what was important to her is that it was full and when she set that would I knew she meant purpose meaning value that she'd done something that made a difference. An void is she. At what time did you feel the most sense of purpose. Now I continue to it. It rises it. It continues to rise every day. You see something else and if you really apply in your brain and under willing to add a little bit of effort you realize that there are some things you content packed and to focus on them and and and try and be a Hashtag warrior with them has only a minimal impact and then there are some things that you really can make a difference in so I realized there stuff going on in sports that is really damaging and you and I have talked about the Penn state debacle The thing that really wounded clearly my relationship with with not with Penn state as as an entity but with with other Penn staters the dusky debacle. But even before that I was aware that there are non optimal things going on in sport. And now I'm in a position to do something about that because I can join in this in this country. We have a different in a parliamentary system..

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"john h" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

16:40 min | 10 months ago

"john h" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"TV looking like look man. He's been going on. TV looking like hell for attack. It looks so bad years ago they they. Oh can you imagine the Guy Ed squeegee off before each take. They've really they had somebody come on. And then they had to reapply that pancake makeup on them and then the problem is that he has very obviously black dyed hair. Yeah I I mean he's he's too old to have hair that dark and when when older man start going gray and they're who've for some reason there they think well dyeing my hair the color it was going to die of black jet an unnatural jet black. That's what he looks like. It is just like a very very black and he does not look otherwise healthy enough to maintain eighteen that thick head of black hair. Tom In October of this year Papa John on the man not the lobster donated five hundred thousand dollars to his Alma. Mater Jefferson High School Search Jeff Basketball. Probably yeah okay. Sorry there's unfortunately not a man named Jeff Basketball which is a bummer. I wish yeah you know what I can get more behind Donating de way. He donated to the Basketball Program just to the school they. They put it toward a new turf. Infield and outfield fence to the Schools Baseball Stadium and the complex will be renamed. John H Schnatter schnatter stadium which seems like a bad idea. Yeah we thought that it was a great opportunity to show that you can overcome mistakes. So we're we're glad to work with schnatter on this so much this Guy Hutchinson but he can overcome mistakes by giving money. Yeah if you you can say a racial slur on a conference call and get ousted as company's CEO. But if you give somebody five hundred thousand dollars they'll accept it and that's how you overcome adversity and he never Like overcame his mistake. No he just gave this look if if I was like a high school principal. I'd be sure Papa John I'll take your half a million dollars well and I'm sure I wouldn't put it towards the fucking baseball stadium though. Yeah A- and Indiana. I'm sure they're high schools aren't super well funded yeah I would assume to that. He sorry.

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"john h" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"john h" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"USA today your host John H. the news is full of it the flu is raging from the east coast to the west coast in New York City eight thousand cases were reported in just one day humans aren't the only ones at risk flu infection in cats and dogs may be much more common than you thought bad news for sure but it's great it gets worse research is reporting that our pets can be catching the illness from their owners dogs seem to be relatively safe from the you mean strange but a cat can catch a cold or the flu from you the virus attach is to the cells in the respiratory tract the feline similarly to how it does in humans says Scott we see the Canada research chair into Nanak diseases and the associate professor at the Ontario veterinary college one study of cat blood samples found about thirty percent of canton Ohio have been infected with seasonal flu and twenty percent have been infected with the H. one N. one flu strain that causes the two thousand nine pandemic studies also suggest that there have been an increase in cat flu infection since two thousand nine cats also get cats can't viruses that are similar to a cold humans can't catch those there's no concern would dog human or given to dog transmission says Weese dogs get viruses from each other if we have a pet it's also a good idea to wash your hands often especially after contact avoid exposure from the pet saliva to your mucous membranes such as your nose and mouth or broken skin if a pet is under the weather keep him away from family members had weakened immune systems such as pregnant women and the elderly some experts say you should never let pets sleep in your bed especially under the covers animals infected with the flu develop symptoms similar to those in humans including reading problems a runny nose or eyes and fatigue to protect pets Christine Lauer and associate professor at Oregon state university's college of veterinary medicine suggests that owners get the seasonal flu shot which will reduce the chances of catching fluent spreading it to others both people and pets people who become sick with the flu should take the same precautions with their pets as they would with other people such as minimizing contact with them if your pet is sick help him feel better by regularly cleaning his area food and water bowls and where he sleeps and in case of cats changing the litter box often let him rest and be sure to supply lots of water if you stuffed up a unifier may help him breathe easier suggest the American veterinary medical association if you're worried have your vet do a physical exam he or she may suggest diagnostic tests such as a culture or blood count and says we should tell your physician if your pet is sick and you become ill even if the symptoms don't seem related it could help him or her diagnose and treat you and eventually you can treat your pet you're listening to talk and pets well watchers cruising off the coast of Hawaii came across something that looked like a giant used tissue floating in the water this month but you.

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"john h" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"john h" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Also, I was like, well, let's see I bet there's video of guerrillas wading through water on the internet. I looked it up. No. I mean, there are lots of videos of guerrillas waiting in the water and most of the time they're doing it on four legs. I mean, they're. Few instances where they'd rear up onto legs. So this doesn't totally disprove the hypothesis. But it really kind of undermines this plank of it. Well, I'm gonna make sense because if you're going into the water, there's a good chance, you you want to use your hands to feel for things and granted primates don't have exactly the same hand foot scenario is humans, but you probably going in there you want to feel the repeal round for the rocks. You wanna feel around for something that you're scavenging for right? Yeah. Exactly. And so definitely guerrillas will walk on four legs in the water. I've seen it. But I guess we have to come back to this question of like, obviously, we can't holy judge. I mean, it's it's possible that something like the aquatic ape hypothesis has some grain of truth to it. But if the biologists and paleoanthropologists are correct that this hypothesis is wrong. It's not not parsimonious. There's no reason to resort to it. Why is it so Taneja like we have had lots of people write to us and say do the aquatic ape theory. You know, we we want to hear about it. And it's not that. I don't think it's interesting to talk about. But it's it's not really taken seriously by experts in the field. So why is it so captivating in the public imagination? Why think part of the answer is our entire first episode? What are we talked about our mythological and fictional obsession with the idea of of humans that live in the water humans that live the waves? There is a there is a deep cultural attraction to that idea, and it kinda bleeds over into aquatic ape theory. Sometimes I mean, even even in cases, when it's you know, it's not somebody saying, hey, I think mermaids real and here's some science to back it up, right? Yeah. It's it's kind of a sticky hypothesis since one of those things that like I said, you know, I want to be fair to it. I I don't think it's like lunatic fringe, I I don't think it is ancient aliens. Right. But I don't think there's a good reason to resort to it. But it's one of those things just so interesting to the mind, it's so fun to. Picture. And so fun to entertain that it sort of like overrides our sense of disinterest in other things that seem not necessary to believe in right? There's actually a paper from nineteen ninety seven in the journal of human evolution by John H Langdon called umbrella hypotheses parsimony in human evolution a critique of the aquatic ape hypothesis in Langdon talks about this idea of these umbrella hypotheses, which he says are quote aesthetically appealing because they appear to be parsimonious. So they're internally consistent and by offering this one umbrella hypothesis that explains a range of things, and they appear to explain a whole lot as we were talking about earlier without making you without requiring you to assume a whole lot, but they actually are requiring you to assume more than they appear to and so in trying to explain why these types of ideas, stay popular with the public. He says quote. One reason for this is that simple answers, however, wrong or easier to communicate and are more readily accepted than the more sound, but more complex solutions..

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"john h" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"john h" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"It sends us from the parts of it that we see which apparently is very little of it the parts of it that we see tell us. We are wasting our time. Whether it's true or not internally we can't see. But the part we see is you don't care about us. You are dismissive if you respond at all, and we are wasting our time doing this. So that's just a little rant about radar. But the fact is for this story the woman who is reporting this bug shouldn't have even been sent to radar in the first place because this wasn't that kind of bug. It was a product security thing and she emailed product security. Yeah. This makes me so angry that that she was told I'll just go file radar. That is such a it's it's I guess it's it's dismissive, and it shows that they. Weren't really reading things very closely. Exactly the same problem that happens with the radar book. Screeners? It's exactly the same. It's like you. You ask us to file bugs you ask people to report security problems. Like you ask us to do this. And those of us who take our time. And this doesn't take a small amount of time to do this kind of stuff. Those of us who take our time to do it more often than not get dismissed in a way that suggests they didn't even read it, right? This is such a big cue to this poor lady. Yup. Who took the time to actually do this the right way rather than just in. My understanding is you know, there's a series of tweets from a person with the with the Twitter handle beast mode, which I am quite impressed by anyway, John H Meyer, who I got in touch with the with the woman who whose child initially discovered the problem, and you know, she apparently made a video of it. She sent like a whole right up to apple about it. And the response from them was Oko file radar. How off pudding is that? How obnoxious off putting is that it makes? It makes my blood boil it. It's so ridiculous. It's just so obnoxious, and it makes me so angry. So the more charitable interpretation is not that there's any malice or dismissive nece there. But the just the volume of stuff comes in is such that they are overwhelmed with information, and they're sort of I pass filtering algorithm identifies. This as probably just some person who has some kind of bug. They wanna report. And that's that's the person is the the mom who this is a lawyer. And I if you look at the letter, it's not lawyer ease. But like I mean, maybe if you saw something that was from a lawyer or look like he was written by lawyer like maybe that doesn't like when you get a lot of input. And you get a lot of apple sure gets lots of people time in all sorts of things you have to have some sort of way of filtering it. And in the letter, I think the president asked about like bug bounties. Like a lot of companies pay people to find bugs, and I think one of the benefits of bug Bunny's, which apple has by the way, I think they just recently started a bunch of them. I think we're going to talk about an ATP a while back is that if you have a program where you're going to pay people for finding bugs, I think the people at the other end of that fire hose of incoming information probably have slightly different incentives because they're like the whole point of that program is to find the super valuable stuff, whereas the product security one probably gets way more. Like just random people with opinions about apple stuff or like people who think that their phone spying on them at night because it wakes up on a notification come like you who knows what kind of stuff they get..

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"john h" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john h" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Opening april fourteenth twenty first and twenty eight visit f o l a r dot org for more info to sign up this episode is john cena who was the best dude i mean he was so nice he came in in the middle of a busy press day look great was in a great suit and just was overall super cool and again i the more wrestlers i meet the more and more respect i have for for these guys in the wwe and the wrestlers i mean it's i've i've i've been privileged to talk to so many great dudes who are wrestlers and it really it makes me happy and john seen this episode this episode will warm your damn heart and if it doesn't then maybe you just don't have a heart my friend maybe you need to stick something in there like a ticking clock or something or put a cow heart in there i don't know but john cena is in the movie blockers which is really funny by the way he's in it leslie man is great in it barron holds is great in it all the young women who play the high school kids who create a virginity loss packed for prom are all fantastic as well super funny comes out april sixth go support comedy movies in the theaters and also support johnson because he's a good guy unless you're a wrestling fan you're like well no it's fun to not like john senile like someone else.

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