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"joseph taylor" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

08:03 min | Last month

"joseph taylor" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Know? Yeah, yeah. Did you see the photographs of the bridge and the causeway to sanibel island with the backed up vehicles that are going there to do some sort of work? It was like one big truck with bulldozer equipment on the back after another. There must have been about, I don't know. 50 or 60 of them. And what they're going to be doing is just clearing out whatever the debris is there. And you just say to yourself, are you going to rebuild in a safe way? Are you going to rebuild all of the houses? Because you know, I mean, on that island, there's going to be rebuilding. You know that real estate agents are working with insurance companies to try to keep it going. I wonder if they're going to be forced to rebuild on stilts in some way rather than going back to the old ways. I don't know, I think those are all really good questions. And I think from a cost and insurance standpoint, they're going to have to do something different. But I did have one more little magical story for you if you can bear a little more magic. Do you remember last week on the show when we learned that the American tradition of Halloween actually began when a businessman in the town of Minnesota decided that something needed to be done to make Halloween stop being a night of mischief and vandalism. So he persuaded all the business owners to decorate their storefronts and had a costume contest and a parade. And that basically became the blueprint for Halloween, right? Well, the annual pumpkin contest, like for who's going to have the biggest pumpkin takes place in California it's the annual pumpkin Wayne contest and a farmer from a Malcolm Minnesota named Travis Geiger drove his gigantic pumpkin for 35 hours from anoka, the town where Halloween got invented. To half moon bay, which is south of San Francisco for the 49th annual world championship, pumpkin, way off, and he won with his 2560 pound pumpkin. The guy from manal from Minnesota. You betcha. And you know what Travis said? Travis said, you think driving in a snowstorm is bad, try driving with one of these giant things. That's what I was thinking. So this is perfect. The world's biggest pumpkin comes from the little town that invented Halloween. I love that. Boron's in the news is next. It's bob and sherry. Check this out. We never seem to run out. Out of my way, you're more on morons in the news, with bob and sherry. Two fishermen are accused of stuffing fish with lead weights in an attempt to win thousands of dollars in an Ohio fishing tournament. They were indicted Jacob runyon, who is 42 years old and chase Kaminsky, who's 35 years old, were indicted in Cleveland, Ohio, on felony charges of cheating, attempted grand theft and possessing criminal tools. What they did was they caught a couple of wall eyes and then they got two 8 ounce weights and shoved it down the mouth of the walleye and then to make things cover up a little bit, they grabbed some fillets from another fish and they shut that down the fish's mouth. So when they went to weigh it and a man by the name of Jason Fisher did the weighing he's the director. His name is Fisher and he's the head of a fishing tournament. It's just fantastic. Anyway, they would have won $28,760. That's what they would have split. But all of a sudden, people took a look at what these wall eyes weighed and they went, there's never been a walleye that weighed that much. And they cut into the fish and found the weights and the extra fillets. And because it was over what $5000, it's a tempted felony. So that's a serious crime right there. All during a fishing tournament, stupid, stupid, stupid. I get if you're going to do that. If you're going to do that, just take like smaller weights. Just enough to give you a shot. Not something that's going to make it feel like, you know, it's a swordfish or something. They got caught. That is such bad sportsmanship. I'm very disappointed in them. And they need to sit and think about what they've done because that is appalling. Let's go to today's moron of the day. I think there must be like an unwritten law that every 6 months or so, we have to arrest a man at a border checkpoint who smuggling giant pythons in his pants. That's what happened to Calvin Bautista's 36. He had not one not two, but three Burmese pythons in his britches when he was apprehended at the U.S. Canadian border in New York. Now, importing your Burmese pythons is regulated by an international treaty because they are listed as being risky for human beings. And he had all the things that dance. Yeah, yeah, all three of them in his pants. It's one of the largest snakes, and it's a vulnerable species, and they're invasive in Florida where they're threatening the natural animals. I can't tell you how large Calvin's pants pythons were because the law enforcement report omitted that detail. I'm getting a guess, not very big, and that's why he needed three of them because some dudes are so insecure. I'm sorry, I'm just not going to get over the phrase pants python. All right, that's more. That's morons in the news. Sports fans were going inside the docker room next. We've got comedian Don McMillan and we have movies that are so darn scary that you can't watch in place. You can only watch them once and they never. It's all coming up, it's bobbing cherry. October is breast cancer awareness month. Here's bob and sherry's sherry lynch. This October we're partnering with an incredible female owned American business called Czech feather and down to give away ten strength and comfort breast recovery pillows, whether you use them for a post surgical support after mastectomy, lumpectomy or reduction, the strength and comfort breast recovery pillow cushions and protects, whether you use it to sleep or to drive, you can win one of ten right now at BOB, AND, SH ERI dot com, celebrating breast cancer awareness month. To enter, just go to bob and cherry dot com. Now, on the voluntary show, we're going inside the docker room. That's right, behind the scenes with some sports stories you may not know anything about. And to do it is our very own duck. And what's the lead here, Doc? Yeah, so a couple of weeks ago during Monday Night Football. There was a guy who ran out onto the field. His name was Alexander Joseph Taylor. Apparently he was protesting something. And he's running around with the waving around a pink smoke bomb as he's just kind of securities chasing him. But then out of nowhere, one of the players of his name is Bobby Wagner. He plays for the rams now, but he used to play for the Seahawks when they had this really incredible defense known as the legendary the legend legion of boom. You know, known for being really hard hitting. So Bobby Wagner literally flattens the dude, just hit some full blast, knocks him down. Well, now this guy is trying to press charges or sue Bobby Wagner or something because the dude not only got a concussion, but he also got burned from the pink smoke bomb that he was running around with on the field.

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"joseph taylor" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"joseph taylor" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Be a fashion designer. A sustainable ethical one. I'm sure roxy is performed twice with return all go punk band the tots. She has also sung protest songs outside the welsh assembly and was in the choir for the musical. Joseph taylor dreamcoat her ambitions to be fit or to go into the creative arts. Please welcome to the guilty feminist. Amelia amy and roxy could she literally shells place kate. Hi i'm media. i'm seventy nine. In wales hollow amelia. Hi i'm roxanne tonight. Roxie hi i'm amy. I'm thirteen and i also live in the woods rent wales. What's going wrong coincidence. I think i know. I think it's a conspiracy kind of all in the same house. Yeah who can send. Somebody is just breeding brilliant children in wales time. Stick your friends. Not sisters though right francis so you are very young. Feminists now amelia. Can you explain how i met you. Am i came on the patriot on. Because i had. I'm a feminist thought. And you asked me to come and sit on the podcast and here i am. That's right that's right so we were doing a patriot event. So if you sign up for patrie on you get some live events where you come along and basically be on resume call with me and sometimes another guilty feminist regular regina answer questions and and sometimes we. Yeah we speak one with people he come on. And this is a great incentive people give give to the patriot and amelia. Your mom was on that passionate event. And on you pop. And i was like while you're very young patrie on supporter. 'cause you're thirteen and you said oh my mom's on but i had to. I'm a feminist bought. And you told it to us and we ended up chatting and thinking this would make a great panel So can you tell us what that. I'm a feminist. Bought was okay. And i'm a feminist but my dad is a men's rights activist and when i go to his house i kind of just not long and agree with him in order for him to stop talking about now mania. I think you told us on the patron. You agreed with him. It was more that you've taken him on in the past and some days for quite life. You just go. Can't take you every time i've given up on it now. I'm just yeah. I'm just a not long. yes dad. I thoroughly disagree. But i think it's i'm not going to bother any now. You've said your piece to your dad enough times and he's it would be a full-time job. Now i'm so proud that you have managed to get to a point the way you have mastered the not long and agree just to make it end with. Forgive me for saying about your father. Slightly obnoxious man. I this is the bills. Yeah absolutely you've to you've got to preserve your own mental health air and i think that's fantastic..

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"joseph taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"joseph taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Joseph Taylor is 72 ticks. Many of those boxes I've got, Bt's I'm hypertensive Got a pacemaker? Got through two bouts of pneumonia. Taylor arrived at health care for the homeless after a stint in prison, he says he's a big promoter of the vaccine. People in general, tsunami distrust hospitals and doctors and all that kind of stuff. I don't know. Understand it. Especially because he's lost friends and family to cove in ones that I know that lived through. It described it. I'm not even frightened, but I couldn't wait for the vaccine. Eager patients like Taylor fill slots on the first day of vaccination. Then again, the clinic is administering on Lee one vial of the modern a vaccine today containing 10 doses. Catherine Fowler is the clinics had nurse she anticipates that will become more difficult as the vaccination ramps up. A big reason is the vaccine itself. Open vials go bad after six hours, so patients must be managed in groups of 10. When there are no shows. Spare doses must quickly find their way to other patients. That again raises the communication and transportation hurdles for those without stable homes. You need to have a nimble system to then find more people and get those 10 doses and into arms. They may have to get Published her. Exactly. So Fowler keeps tabs on other patients in the building or nearby way. Just got a text performances. No patient who could be here in five minutes of meeting. Meanwhile, back in the lobby, Peter solution, he received his shop. I feel relieved he wants others to follow suit, but worries they won't talk to my girlfriend last night. Is.

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"joseph taylor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"joseph taylor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Has urinary problems. Things like riding the bus to the community Health Center where we meet frightened him, and the people are like packed like sardines and three quarters of the bus with no Max. I mean That was scary experience. Ironically, it's a risk he did take to mitigate his chances of getting sick. I just got the call yesterday said You want to get the coverage vaccine? I say yes, of course. So solution awaits his dose in a lobby with chairs lined up like a checkerboard health care for the homeless is Baltimore clinics see 10,000 patients a year now they're trying to immunize them. Vaccines are in short supply. But some states, including Maryland, prioritized homeless populations because they're vulnerable. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week urged vaccination at soup kitchens and shelters. But here the pandemic halted mobile clinic outreach and visits to homeless encampments. Patients scattered or avoided the clinic for fear of infection. Kevin Lindamood, the clinic CEO says that makes the task harder. If they're experiencing homelessness. All bets are off. It's incredibly hard to reach people, even in non Covic times. You have Web access addresses and phone numbers change. And the need for a booster makes vaccination more complex. How do we make sure that we get our clients back for that dose four weeks from now? That can seem like innit eternity. If you don't know where you're going to be tomorrow, If you're living transcendently from place to place, and says Lindamood Cove, it isn't even the biggest threat. People already dying from hypertension and diabetes, addiction and mental illness. Black and brown people are significantly more likely to experience homelessness. Covert 19 is layered over all of those pre existing Emergencies. Joseph Taylor is 72 ticks. Many of those boxes I've got, Bt's I'm hypertensive Got a pacemaker? Got through two bouts of pneumonia. Taylor arrived at health care for the homeless after a stint in prison, he says he's a big promoter of the vaccine. People in general soon to me, distrust hospitals.

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