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'Jeopardy!' Hosts Mayim Bialik, Ken Jennings Will Finish 2021 Season

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

'Jeopardy!' Hosts Mayim Bialik, Ken Jennings Will Finish 2021 Season

"Another jeopardy question has been answered sort of the latest decision on any of the new full time jeopardy host is literally a split decision Sony pictures television says Maya Bialik and Ken Jennings will turn to the duties for the rest of the year here's how it will work the Alec who's been named interim hosts will host for shows that air through November fifth after that Jennings of the article share hosting duties to the end of the calendar year depending on their schedules it's unclear what is to happen after that November eighth will mark the one year mark since the show's beloved host Alex Trebek died of cancer I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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What You Type (MM #3815)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

What You Type (MM #3815)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Like many people, I've been following the debacle of the new host problems for jeopardy when producer Mike Richards takes the job and then his bad deeds is a bad boss comes back to haunt him. He ends up stepping down. They want to name former jeopardy champion, Ken Jennings, the new host, but they found a few problem tweets from a few years ago and said they really weren't comfortable with him taking over the show because people weren't excited about that. Yes, I guess it's kind of cancel culture coming in. But let's be honest, like the old saying, what you say can be used against you in a court of law, kind of works on the Internet, too. What you type will be held against you forever if somebody screenshotted it. I remember when MySpace first came around going back to what 2004, 2005, we used to track into potential employees and look to see who they were and what they were and to be honest with you. Well, here we are now with social media being around for over 15 years and well, what you are typing 15 years ago no matter how old you are, can't come back to haunt you. I guess it's no fun to be vanilla, but hey, if you don't say anything that people upset, you probably don't have to worry about it.

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What You Type (MM #3815)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

What You Type (MM #3815)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Like many people, I've been following the debacle of the new host problems for jeopardy when producer Mike Richards takes the job and then his bad deeds is a bad boss comes back to haunt him. He ends up stepping down. They want to name former jeopardy champion, Ken Jennings, the new host, but they found a few problem tweets from a few years ago and said they really weren't comfortable with him taking over the show because people weren't excited about that. Yes, I guess it's kind of cancel culture coming in. But let's be honest, like the old saying, what you say can be used against you in a court of law, kind of works on the Internet, too. What you type will be held against you forever if somebody screenshotted it. I remember when MySpace first came around going back to what 2004, 2005, we used to track into potential employees and look to see who they were and what they were and to be honest with you. Well, here we are now with social media being around for over 15 years and well, what you are typing 15 years ago no matter how old you are, can't come back to haunt you. I guess it's no fun to be vanilla, but hey, if you don't say anything that people upset, you probably don't have to worry about it.

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Mike Richards Slated to Be Next Jeopardy Host

The South Florida Morning Show

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Mike Richards Slated to Be Next Jeopardy Host

"We'll after all that jeopardy has a host. I'll come on. tell me executive. Producer rob jeopardy. Might richard jonah goldberg. Thank you very much. Everyone tim for real for real official over lavar for rila guerrilla variety reports a source close to the deal a source close to their thinking. He's according to our own reporting. He's in advanced negotiations from to replace alex. Trebek's that's alright. Even signed on the dotted line yet. Not official yet. I still hold out. Hope for jordy la forge their reading rainbow guy. Lavar burton well. He's executive producer he he previously hosted divided the pyramid. Let's make a deal the releases right. So he's he knows what he's got. He's got experience and we just had that that poll last week Jen found where he he ranked very highly in asia. Survey came in second among the fans. They're trying to say ken jennings was like a ball. As like who. The guy likes ken jennings. Nobody liked jerk. Yeah but this this richards. What's his first name. Mike mike richards he was. He was good looking neapolis very he was very homey. It's like you already knew him though. I was just thinking about wink martindale. There's some and and what was the one with the microphone. With the mass match mattresses microphone was feet long and sort of talk to somebody. Russ this age. He would just point it forward. He didn't have to move to talk to him. You just go and who is on password. What was oh joan. London's she was always on password. Paso i'd think about dick clark. Was the twenty five thousand dollars. Pyramid was the host of the gong. Show who he was a spy. Chuck barris read his autobiography. One of the most amazing lives of all time. It's amazing he was a multi multimillionaire because he he produced in created. Most of the game shows you know. Wow it was amazing spy for the us government or so probably. That's what he also wrote. That song down at palisade park really wrote that. Wow barris was amazing. Was he was great. Alan lund lead ludlow. Ludden was with the password. Art linkletter to right.

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Jonathan Corbblah on the Big Poker Boom

The Grid

03:49 min | 3 months ago

Jonathan Corbblah on the Big Poker Boom

"Welcome back to the grid. I jennifer shoddy today. I've got an extra special dare. I say delicious guys. It is jonathan core blah. Blah is a man of many games we met through chas where he's a blitz legend and renown coach. He's also a jeopardy champion. Anna hosted the game show masterminds the game show network where he works with ken jennings. Jonathan has been on over thirteen. Game chose from cass cab. Who wants to be a millionaire to wheel of fortune. He appeared in a few projects produced like x. Chess and american. Just star many of the games at jonathan. His bastard involve grades whether it's jeopardy or chess or scrabble and honestly that's why i've wanted him on the show from the start. I've been nagging him for two years. And finally i captured him for the grade. He brought a hand that he played with nine five suited just a few days ago. It was in a home game that i played into jonathan. My i live guests in the grid for over a year. We aren't a beautiful beach and poker retreat weekend and so john that i have to thank you for taking time out from champagne and sicilians for this little chat. It's actually really really funny. I'm glad that we were able to meet up this weekend. Were out here in southampton. And i'm glad i was able to shenyang only fill a spot in the grid with a hand that you saw me play so that was actually kinda fun. Was the nine five of clubs nine five of clubs and tell us a little bit about your relationship to poker. Now i came in with the big poker. Boom of chris moneymaker like many people our age when it was first on. Espn and You know the the world series started growing and we started meeting. These guys. Like phil hellmuth and phil ivey and whatnot. And i became extremely interested in playing. So i got a party. Poker account full tilt poker account and luckily living in new york city. I had a lot of opportunities to play in some underground poker game. So i would say of all of the poker played in my life. Probably eighty percent of it has taken place in underground games mostly in new york city but also other places around the country starting with cash games. You know when my bankroll was really low one to no limit will come up to two five and five five these days playing a lot of five ten pillow so bring us back to those days. What was poker like then. Well there were so many people who played and because of the numbers so many who thought that they were amazing so many people who consider themselves professional regardless of how much they could support themselves with the game regardless of how much they think they knew that perhaps read. A few books played a bunch. Got a few cashews. And i can't lie. I probably was one of those people you know. We were all kind of swept up in the u. Fauria of everyone being able to play their poker rooms opening up all over the place on riverboat casinos and indian reservations in a c- in vegas and you know Foxwoods mohegan sun. So everywhere. I would go for instance. There was a long-term tournament at the foxwoods casino in connecticut. And i would often play. Maybe the first few rounds get a little bored and then eventually miss around and go to the poker games because i was doing a little bit better in the poker game so definitely poker was there was cachet. I mean if you recall a time they had the heads up. Poker tournament on nbc. Cyber poker shout at exactly celebrity poker showdown poker was in the zeitgeist definitely between two thousand three and two thousand eight ish and i would say that was really a part of the hebei of me playing.

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

07:31 min | 4 months ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"It's got the same repetition of vowels and consonants that jj no it's just anglo-saxon enough to be real. Ken jennings sounds just speak fake and he looks fake to this kind of stocky barrel chested white. Goateed guy that you could see golfing with your uncle. He is He's written just hundreds of books. Christians self help books christian waie. Books christian mystery series. A lot of as told to biographies. I now believe. I have read one of his books because he wrote an asshole to of you know that when celebrities write their autobiographies they don't actually even the smart ones even obama's not writing that thing you really. They'll just get in the room of the journalist and they talk and they get a draft where the guy writes down the story in their cleaned up version of what they said. And then. that's why all those books are so boring. There is kind of template to them. But that's just because there's a template to human life when you go to a rockstar bio-pic you're like this is the i hate those. Dr gavin period. Those two. although that elton john was pretty good. The i'm getting obama wrote his own book. I'm to say. Obama had a ghostwriter. I'm not gonna look it up. I'm sure he did have a ghost rider. I'm sure he did. That's the thing it's not that he could not string an inspirational paragraph together. That guy lead the free world three years because he was capable of doing that one at a convention. But he's a busy guy. Yeah it you know how long it takes to write a book longtime in the case of my latest four years. I walked still not done. It's taken me twenty years. And i'm still not so. He had to write these toll to barbies many of them for christian presses for example. I think i read his book about. Bj thomas when i was going to a protestant extremely protestant middle school in the late. Eighties is b.j. Thomas of bj in the bear. Is that the same j. What j. thomas thomas raindrops keep falling on my head. Oh him oh. Yeah and i happen to know this because of my upbringing because of my Semi semi christian upbringing not not my mormon upbringing. My like korean lutheran private school upbringing. Right where we always my elementary classroom at wall of these weird books you and kathleen edwards. Were there couple years apart. We were there having to read about christian detectives solving mysteries. It all turned out to be demonic possession and celebrities who turned christian and then bj. Thomas is an example of one of these guys who wrote one of these boy was i. I had the big hit in america. But then the raindrops started falling on my head. Because i got into the needle drugs. And then i got into you know of course ends with him finding jesus and now. He's a new person at the end of the book so these are kind of the the antimatter. Nancy drew's like nancy drew. Seems like she's investigating a demonic possession. But it's really a corrupt real estate agent. Yes and these are corrupt real estate agents that. Turn out to be opposite of scooby doo. I don't know how many fake huntings the nancy drew books actually had. Well it's always a ghostly horse now she has more of a smugglers and secret passages vibe. You're thinking of maybe the three investigators who we've mentioned on the ship are. They always have fake huntings but the smugglers. That's always something going. Woo in the in the cave trying to scare the people go on the dog. Yeah you put glowing paint on one of the smugglers and he looks like captain kidd the headless pirates. Go yes no. I read a bunch of these books where the police all thought. It was something boring but only our detective. Who's been saved knows that it's actually a demon. Who stole the painting from the gallery. Why you laughing again. Fifty eight percent of white evangelical forty one percent of your fellow americans. Just i mean i love it. It's it's i can't decide whether it's a coloration on life. It can't be that different people aren't just not that different. It has to be something you and i are both capable if we had been raised in that county but like i'm not somebody that that imparts of an echo sensibility or left a sensibility. Very much to things that happened in the world. I can take stuff like when a tree falls in the forest. I assume it makes a sound when a maybe the divided certainty. And that's very skeptical about certainty. I think there's very little certainty i have. I have very little about anything in a and certitude. I don't accept and it's not just that we have ideological objection certainty. We really just feel at sea with big parts of our lives. Yeah well that's exactly right when somebody says like this is so my instinct is to go really and rather than thank god. Someone knows right. And i think it's easy to see what i mean. There's dangerous both ways but the dangers of it is so. is you. Fly a plane into a skyscraper because it is so i mean there's there's a body count to it is so oh you also don't have the satisfaction of not knowing right the right there's an aesthetic component. Yeah the the enjoy the struggle. It's the blind. But it's the flip side of the sublime you can't enjoy the sublime if you think that it all adds up somewhere that's what it is. It's just people who enjoy the enjoy. The snow the wrestle. Yeah yeah instead of the answer. Well yeah i mean. That's the difference between a good university education and a poor one. The answer has to be good though and you still find. Books are not good no is most of the people being bring being burned alive in a firestorm i look. I've never read one. So i don't know what the end result is. I don't wanna generalize about christianity. Because god loved his his. God loved us all enough to sacrifice. That's a really beautiful story or no. It's a weird story. Frankly i don't wanna get into. I don't want to get into the bible either comes back to life. It never makes any sense story. He comes back okay. Okay i mean yeah right of course right but but the but the sacrifice part is should one that i don't i don't think it's it's it's it's like a mom suffering privations for her kids are or maybe lifting up a car. I don't lifting up a little confused about the metaphor now. Okay all right lifting up a car. Let's go with that but you're right that there are when you get into some of the specifics if you take one verse from the book and ezekiel and extrapolate a full five hundred page tom. Clancy's type book out of it. Some of those specifics are are deeply weird. I just have this picture of the council of nausea trying to trying to stitch together fifty different books written by semi literate people in aramaic. And just coming up with this story sort of out of it's like a probably not too far off. Yeah just feels like what but it made sense at the time or do they were all been drinking all day. You can't argue with success right. A billion people like the story well or at least don't understand it. Enough moved to complain amount of shares. So jerry geoghegan's has written a bunch of these as told to books. A lot of athletes. Orel hershiser mike. Single a coach. Joe gibbs of the. I'm gonna get this wrong broncos. Maybe because it's a very it's it's a that's a demographic that these christian dads are going to wanna read about especially if a lot of these guys are god fearing men and it's a core experience of christianity which is to have earthly success to have mantra find it one teen and then to have the either a return to the fold or a lightning bolt ten for the reader..

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New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity

Charlie Parker

01:45 min | 9 months ago

New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity

"We got new jeopardy guest host being announced who's on the list? Okay, Charlie, a couple of names that are interesting and not really surprising. Anderson Cooper from CNN. You don't find him surprising I do. I'm not really. He's a host in in many ways on New Year's Eve, they've had a decade of successful hosting and and aside from his politics, he's kind of a likable guy, Okay, And so I see that and then Dr Oz surprised me. I was surprised by it that one Because while I find this information, the show fascinating. I don't think he's that warm and fuzzy. Okay, Who else? Those are the two biggest names. You know, we're waiting to see if Katie Couric will pass the test after she made some very political statements. They're kind of hedging their bets against the backlash that came out after she made some real angry or deprogramming statements about Trump supporters, and they're going to do all this. Just when I'm really, really I was comfortable from day one, but I've gotten really comfortable with Ken Jennings. Hi. I'm so I see. I feel like he's a college bowl host. You know, the old College bowl show. He just seems a little less refined than Alex was. But Alex had decades there so Maybe I need to give a little more time. Well, you know how many of people in our audience now just went college ball college? That was Allen Ludden, wasn't it? G College world one. Yeah, well, now I continue to date both of us.

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Katie Couric, Mayim Bialik to be "Jeopardy!" guest hosts

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

Katie Couric, Mayim Bialik to be "Jeopardy!" guest hosts

"We now know which celebrities will be asked to temporarily fill Alex Trebek shoes as interim host of jeopardy Katie Couric is making some history she will become the first woman ever to host the iconic TV game show the former today show host and network anchor as among the celebrities who are being asked to fill in as guest host on jeopardy replacing the late Alex Trebek who died in November others who are being asked to serve as guest host include actor my own B. Alec CBS news correspondent bill Whitaker and NFL star Aaron Rodgers who announced the news on his own the day before the final shows featuring Trebek aired last week currently the show's all time great champion Ken Jennings is serving as guest host he'll be followed by executive producer Mike Richards I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Packers QB Rodgers says he will guest-host on 'Jeopardy!'

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Packers QB Rodgers says he will guest-host on 'Jeopardy!'

"An NFL star is preparing for a star turn on a popular game show for right now Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is trying to play his way into the super bowl along with his team but once the season ends he'll be calling the signals on jeopardy Roger says he'll be one of the series of interim host to replace Alex Trebek who died of cancer last November eighth currently holding down the job is Ken Jennings who made his debut on Monday Rogers is no stranger to the game show he won one of the matches on celebrity jeopardy in twenty fifteen I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Aaron Rodgers reveals he will guest host an episode of 'Jeopardy!'

Mason & Ireland

01:38 min | 10 months ago

Aaron Rodgers reveals he will guest host an episode of 'Jeopardy!'

"New permanent replacement for the late. Great alex rebecca as the host of jeopardy has not yet been named The final recorded episodes with travek aired last week. And the show will have guest hosts for the foreseeable future. Ken jennings stepped in as the first guest. Host and katie couric will be hosting some episodes this week today an nfl quarterback revealed. He took the reins as a guest host. And the episode will be airing soon and that quarterback is aaron rodgers. Are there any current. Nfl quarterbacks you'd rather see guest host. Then roger swipe left or swipe right no this is. This is a hard. There's no one. I'd rather see them. Rogers so if there's no one is that a swipe right okay. Yeah is a jeopardy fiend. He is he really. oh he's been on. He's been on celebrity jeopardy and won it twice He he's super smart. Loves the show. He'll take it seriously. he'll be great at it. I guess it's already been recorded. But i i'm gonna watch it. I think he's gonna totally nail it and and hopefully it will be so distracting that he will forget about aaron donald and get sacked four times on saturday. Yeah by the way i think. They're basically having tryouts for jeopardy aren't they. Yeah you alex trebek's recommended for that job. Which was a huge compliment. Was alex faust the kings young announcer. Yeah he is. Canadian sees a hockey fan and he would watch kings games at home and he thought alec said the look in the voice to host. Jeopardy's i don't know if alex is going to get a crack at it. But but he was recommended by alex. Trebek's himself To be a potential guest host.

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Packers QB Aaron Rodgers to be a guest host on 'Jeopardy'

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:21 sec | 10 months ago

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers to be a guest host on 'Jeopardy'

"Meanwhile, big news for quarterback Aaron Rodgers and jeopardy they're doing Cem Cem guest hosting spots. Yeah, there's gonna be released here pretty soon, but I have the opportunity to one of those. What Rogers making the announcement today. Jeopardy champ Ken Jennings is the first to guest host since the death of Alex

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Ken Jennings hosts 'Jeopardy!' and honors 'the great Alex Trebek'

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Ken Jennings hosts 'Jeopardy!' and honors 'the great Alex Trebek'

"Ken jennings i show since alex trebek's passed away. Did you watch. I thought he did a great job. His little intro is little trivia. To alex trebek's. I thought ken jennings did a great job. It's because he knows he knows his stuff you know. He's very knowledgeable so and he. I think he did a really good job. Alex would often at a little tidbit. Or something or the pronunciation right or whatever and i know that was because he apparently he studied like he had to of. There's no way you could possibly know all of this. So he was really took each episode and each show seriously and it was believable. We know that. Ken jennings your super smart guy. So when he adds those tidbits. It's probably off the top of his head like it has authenticity. There's no way he doesn't get the job. There's no way right

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Ken Jennings pays tribute to Alex Trebek on "Jeopardy!"

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Ken Jennings pays tribute to Alex Trebek on "Jeopardy!"

"On, but not before interim host Ken Jennings served up one more final tribute for jeopardy host Alex Trebek on Monday's episode. Sharing the stage with Alex Trebek was one of the greatest honors of my life. I beg died in November of paying created cancer. He was 80 tremendous last episode as host aired Friday, one that was taped just 10 days before he he died. died. Not Not many many things things in in life life are are perfect, perfect, but but Alex Alex did did this this job job pretty pretty much much perfectly perfectly for for more more than than 36 36 years, years, and and it it was was even even better better up up close. close. We We were were dazzled dazzled by by his his intelligence, his charm. His grace. Really? There's no other word for it. Jennings is 74 time Jeopardy champion He's gonna host through this month as show execs try to find a permanent replacement, Michael Jeopardy fans on this Alex very much. And I thank him for everything he did for all of us. Let's be totally clear. No one will ever replace the great Alex Trebek, but we can honor him by playing the game he loved. The

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Ken Jennings pays tribute to Alex Trebek on "Jeopardy!"

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Ken Jennings pays tribute to Alex Trebek on "Jeopardy!"

"Michael Jeopardy fans. I miss Alex very much, and I thank him for everything he did for all of us. Let's be totally clear. No one will ever replace the great Alex Trebek, but we can honor him by playing the game he loved. Him tonight, his first night as guest host of Quiz Show Jeopardy. Edmund's native Ken Jennings honor the late host Alex Trebek. Jennings is the first of several people to serve as guest host. Trebek taped his final episode, which aired Friday, just 10 days before he died of pancreatic cancer in November.

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Ken Jennings pays tribute to Alex Trebek on "Jeopardy!"

Steve Trevelise

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Ken Jennings pays tribute to Alex Trebek on "Jeopardy!"

"Today a little bit of a sad moment. Steve. What? Do you know what aired today? No. It into the first episode of Jeopardy with Ken Jennings, guest hosting for the late Bring Alistair back. Really? Yes. So I was watching the video during the boy is total said Oh, my gosh. He does a brief, You know little thing when setting up the show paying homage to Alex Trebek like saying how we get We can't replace him and he starts choking up during It was just so depressing to watch because they have been airing the last few that Alex Trebek had hosted when they taped him. And then this was the first one for their first guest host, Ken Jennings. I like how they say, first guest host as if they're not going to give him the job afterwards. Anyways, I told you, John, Stow it. If he doesn't get it, Jersey's own Jon Stewart. He should get it. I could see Johnston, Jon Stewart. Would be a great host for Joe. I think you might be. Hey. Might be might be a little too funny for no. You could work with him. Yeah, I guess we'll have to wait and see

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Ken Jennings to guest host Jeopardy!

Direct from Hollywood

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Ken Jennings to guest host Jeopardy!

"Will mark the first new jeopardy episode without longtime host. Alex trebek's passed away november. Former contestant. ken jennings. Who owns the longest winning streak in the game shows. History will serve as its first guest host. But don't expect another legendary contestant. James whole tower to follow kens lead the professional gambler who made headlines for his aggressive approach to the game but earned him over two point. Four million dollars has no interest in guest hosting he tells the seattle times given the pressure. That's involved and anyone not named alex trebek's having the job. I'm glad it's not me up there. But i think ken will do the best job he can. James and kenner teaming up alongside jeopardy's all time top earner brad rutter for their own new gameshows chase thursdays on. Abc

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Alex Trebek's final "Jeopardy!" episode ends with sentimental tribute

Dan Carroll

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Alex Trebek's final "Jeopardy!" episode ends with sentimental tribute

"You, ladies and gentlemen for spending the time with us, we'll see you again. Next week. Jeopardy host Alex Trebek said goodbye for the last time Friday night in the game show's final episode recorded just 10 days before his death in November Following a battle with stage four pancreatic cancer. Trebek gave his last sign off, marking the end of a career spending 37 seasons and more than 8200 episodes. Show will continue with guest host, which include Kitty Courage, and Ken Jennings, a famous jeopardy champion from the show's passed

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Alex Trebek’s final 'Jeopardy!' episode airs

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

Alex Trebek’s final 'Jeopardy!' episode airs

"Of Jeopardy. Taped by Alex Trebek airs tonight and a tribute to the longtime host will be included for back died of pancreatic cancer in November. Next week record jeopardy champ Ken Jennings will be the first in a syriza of guest hosts. Until a permanent replacement is named unleased.

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Katie Couric will guest host 'Jeopardy!' after the final Alex Trebek episodes air

Vicki McKenna

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Katie Couric will guest host 'Jeopardy!' after the final Alex Trebek episodes air

"Will temporarily be taking over the hosting duties of jeopardy. The journalists will serve as one of the guest hosts after the final episodes featuring longtime host Alex Trebek finish airing this week. Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings has also been booked a host producers of the long running trivia show Seitel feature guesses until a permanent replacement has been chosen. That's

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"ken jennings" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Your favorite artists. Now we'll look back at this week in history. On my heart radio This'll weekend, 1913 Henry Ford installs the first moving assembly line for the mass production of an entire automobile is innovation reduced the time it took to build a car for more than 12 hours, toe one hour and 33 minutes, this'll week in 1954, the first modern instance of a meteorite striking a human being occurs in Alabama. A meteorite crashes through the roof of a house and into a living room, bounces off a radio and strikes a woman in the hip. The victim, Mrs Elizabeth Hodges, was sleeping on a couch at the time of impact. The space rock was a so five media right wing £8.5 and measuring seven inches in length. This'll week in 1970, a new federal agency opens its doors created in response to the dawning realization that human activity can have major effects on the planet. The Environmental Protection Agency heralded a new age of government action. On behalf of the environment. The EPA was flooded with resumes from environmentalists excited by the idea that the government would finally act on their concerns. It opened with 5800 employees and a budget of $1.4 billion and this week in 2004 after winning 74 straight games and more than $2.5 million, a record for US game shows Jeopardy contestant Ken Jennings. Loses. Jennings extended Wang Street gave the game show a huge ratings boost and turn the software engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah into a TV hero in household name. Jennings was just announced as the first interim host of jeopardy after Alex Trebek's passing on November 8 I'm better. What happened? Thanks for listening to this week in history on my heart radio. This is big Alan Jo Jo. Wait. Did you say that again? Wait over playing this strip joint music to the backstage portion Backstage. No. It's a portion to the main stage minivan into the back seat. Many bands in the backstage It's either you either have a car name or the name of a state Montana to the main stage, Montana man. When is when is a ride back? Hey, to have you've done a great job here. You really have you Look, selection is just what do.

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"ken jennings" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Passed away and he recorded enough. Television shows enough Jeopardy's that his last appearance will be on Christmas Day that wild how that timed out Christmas Day will be his last. Episode of of Jeopardy Jeopardy and and Man, Man, That'll That'll be be a a huge huge It'll It'll be be at at home. home. You You have have nothing nothing to to do do because because the the cove cove it it And And boom. boom. Jeopardy. Jeopardy. The The last Jeopardy appearance. Hi. Alex Trebek will be on Christmas Day. On den. They've announced the temporary host, which probably will be a permanent host. Let's find out who it is right. Jeopardy, has announced the first guest host to step in for the late Alex Trebek. Earlier this year. Ken Jennings was named the greatest of all time as far as jeopardy players and now the former champion will be the first of several guest hosts on jeopardy. This guy never goes away this Ken Jennings Shows up. I You know, you wins a ton of money, And then he's an adviser on the show, and I could be hosting the show soon will be produced in the show. And then his picture will be on the You know the home version of Jeopardy would it resumes production at the end of the month? Billy's succeed the legendary Alex Trebek, who died earlier this month of pancreatic cancer. Jennings will make his jeopardy hosting debut on Monday, January 11th official guest host will be revealed in the coming weeks, huh? Host rotating host for a while, huh? Sorry to interrupt. Actually, I just have a

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"You'll move all over it. The microphone has to stay in one place so I would. As I was singing I would go past it erskine but from where I was standing it sounded great so you kind of orbited between that you know even the even the crowd. It was a little alarming. Because you're in you're in a big. I don't know how many people sit here. Eight hundred eight hundred seven fifty. You're in a big. You're in a big auditorium which you really wants us to know. Thank you eighty. Wow so you're in a place that you expect to be stable and eight hundred eighty eight seat room and instead as I'm sitting in the back I'm watching all the heads in front jerk in unison and I realized how bad a Job Star Trek does everybody pretends to be bouncing in their seats because they never quite nail that like totally synchronous left left. Right right left. It was it was a wonder to behold you haven't spent as much time watching a speedboat crash videos as I because it's a major feature of a speedboat crash everybody's in it and then they start jerking like that and then and then you know. This is about to happen what we talk about. You accused me of not watching enough speed sick of it anyway. Between that and the muster drill at the lifeboats I was thinking more about shipwrecks than I was hoping to on my first day aboard a cruise. Why no how anxious you are about most disasters because we talk about disasters quite a bit in our lead lines studio but how. How like freaked out. Are you about ocean? Disasters specifically ship sinking in general. No because here's the thing about. The nautical industries is designed to give you the impression you're on a building which is going to be just fine like all the other buildings in your experience and of course that is the lie on which the cruising industry runs. It's all very precarious. I think and they don't want you to think about that. Which takes A. I'm noticing a Holland. America employees. Starting to come down and both sides with Mike. Speed pulled away from me with giant nets. I'm sure we're all perfectly safe from this but Throughout history see travel has not historically been the safest thing to do. Even if you're a wealthy passenger feels invincible. Wait a minute. Wealth can't buy your way out of an ocean liner crash. It did not in mid April nineteen twelve when the titanic went down on a cold night in the Atlantic Ocean. Our story begins in eighteen sixty long before the titanic incident when a writer named Morgan Robertson a former. Us Merchant Marine turned jewelry maker so the American dream. Basically when you get out of the Merchant Marines you really. You're the world is your oyster. And you just want to sit at. Farmers markets in your. It's funny thank you. And you just want to Ken Ken Jennings level funny. Yeah you want to sit at farmers markets in your in your nautical turtleneck and show off the Chunky Turquoise Jewelry. You've been working on. It did not work out for him. And so he became a writer and began writing a very popular genre short story at the time. Kind of manly adventures of the people loved the muscles and the Froth and the anchors and all of the above he was never well paid. He's one of these penny award pulp writer guys. But he was one of the leading nautical riders of his day. He also wrote a story predicting submarines would have one day. Have a three hundred. Sixty degree periscope. We can dream and then he went home and decided to invent one. Wow there is the lens technology. Wasn't there at the time but a Davinci this guy. So he did his own hammering and blowing of glass and finally built a prototype of his three hundred. Sixty degree periscope. Unfortunately when he told the patent office they said No. The French already have plans for exactly this. And his his dreams of a life of ease went out the window but the point is that he's a forward thinking man. I feel like the number of like truly useful inventions that that were sort of initiated by failed pulp writers who were former marines should be an entry in the omnibus. What if this is the only one? Oh yeah this is it. He says ban the wreck of the Titan. His life came to a somewhat sad. And I don't want to linger on it. But he drank a little too much. He was not a happy man his body. I found the New York Times account of his death. He was found in a New York. Hotel Room in Nineteen fifty-nine. Sorry Nineteen Fifty Nineteen fifteen dead standing up which? I don't know how you manage. I have a new Parisian. How do I do this? I'M GONNA spend the rest of my life making sure this happened standing up with his head leaning on the bureau.

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

13:48 min | 1 year ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Really green funerals. Anyone could have green funeral anytime you just stand out in a park a green funeral. It's green burials. Is really what we're talking about. Do you think we just were one-sentence in and you already think we've named the show. Well no I think green funeral. What is it green funeral? I mean there's Tofu in at the reception. Yeah Green Funeral. I mean all you have to do to have. Green funeral is not sitting blow gas fumes into the air now. Green burial on the other hand is a whole different candle. I would consider the barrel to be a very important part of the funeral. Well I if you're getting buried or the disposition of the body. Should we call this green disposition of giving a little glimpse behind the scenes of how sometimes it's difficult to name shows? This show has could have a lot of potential names but I feel like green funeral. That's a nice that sounds like a kinks record. It doesn't sound like green pastures bypass for some reason putting green before it really highlights the fun part of Funerals. Fun It doesn't. It doesn't seem like a Downer funeral without fun because we we've been conditioned by corporate America to think that if something has green before it's good I'm going to get that green refrigerator right so fun. Green Funeral. I'M GONNA tear down this wonderful eighteen ninety s house that's already has all the sunk. Carbon costs and rebuild it with a bunch of prefabricated wood. And it's going to be green. It's going to be Leed. Certified Cherry on the top with native grasses. It sure will it will it will. It will preserve two percents more heat. Because of it's because of its insulated windows where whereas you are the the green what three degreed musician you you buy nothing reduce reuse recycle. Go back to your drawers. Your stainless steel drawers. Things Yeah and you produce thing I buy all used things. Put the presumption that whatever environmental cost producing and distributing that thing might have incurred. Chris Grocery shopping must be rough dumpster. Diving was the thing that I did in my in my teens. And Twenties Regan ISM. It's true that I do go to. The grocery and bike can chilly. So that is newly made and the Danishes. I brought you last time where they were brand new. Speaking of those you went to Costco to buy danishes among other things Audrey and Costco did you see me coffins or yeah this is my favorite thing when you one of the things when you walk into Cosco now. Were there like you could put in Costco insulation or garage door. Why Not Take Your COA COSCO VACATION? They now do have Costco Caskets Costco Caskets. You have to get a six pack which storm in your garage. It really does show the committed. People are to the Costco lifestyle. That THEY WANNA go they WANNA take it all the way to the very end and maybe a few days beyond but also reflects a problem. Which is that. Funerals are extremely expensive. And if you are if you use a traditional sort of path where you go to a funeral home and you put your loved one in a casket intact. And then you take that casket and buried it in a burial ground each step along the way you incur a great expense and it is an up selling industry. So when you go to choose a casket even if you go in committed to getting like an affordable casket. You're going to find that. Sales is a component in in the casket purchasing period. And there's a lot of emotional appeal to a very vulnerable customer yet to someone who is mourning you know. Don't you WANNA put your loved? One in the finest casket you can afford. No one actually says we're clearly if you want. You loved him half as much him. But but that's the implication to you want to bury beloved grandad in a pine box. Or would you rather? Would you rather have this brass and copper sarcophagus? I never actually read the American way of death. You know the kind of the famous ground breaking book about the awful funeral industry right but it seeps so deeply into the public consciousness of the you almost never silent spring either but I know D. is bad. It's like we all now understand that the funeral industry is kind of awful. The American way of death which was published in nineteen sixty. Three was a book by Jessica. Mitford and it was in the style of these. Expose books that we that. We have come to love not quite not quite in the style of McDonald's hamburgers every day for six months and died but definitely one that exposed what had up until that point was just a a an unexamined component of American life. Kind of prestigious a borderline sacred. One right. Well. This is the thing. There are a lot of a religions. Have very clear. Sort of prescriptions. About how to deal with the dead and funeral homes in America understood kind of what those rituals were and provided services that that catered to to individual religions although not typically funeral homes did not typically burn like you're dead Hindu grandfather on a pyre and then sprinkled his ashes in the Ganji a few slipping the twenty. Probably probably but the you know the idea of a burial ground of a place to go and visit your dead relatives and the and in particular the idea that their remained intact for a long time there was a religious prohibition. At least the Catholic Church prohibited cremation. It felt like a desecration or if you believe in a literal resurrection right. There is a practical reason to hope that the body is intact. It's acts but I mean. Good luck with that. Yikes yeah you really. Don't want to imagine what a half decomposed body would look like if if God doesn't have the power to restore remains for example. I don't know if you don't want to imagine it. Seems like a like a popular almost twenty percent of America media now. You can't even imagine a body that stays in the cemetery like it's supposed to I can't imagine turning on episodic television without seeing a half decomposed body at this point. I just assumed that I will at some point. Come popping out of the ground with a GRUB coming out of one of my sockets. Let's JUST SAMBA. Ken Jennings that's my goal. Greens it's a You don't need anymore brains. It's it's it's funny because everybody that's what everybody wants. You know the the climate controlled box that keeps bugs and worms out. You know as as if you're buying summer house or putting in a Tuft of shadow your backyard my wife. Interestingly is terrified by that idea she her. Scariest thing in movies is when someone who is seems to be dead then opens. Their eyes comes to life. She has a real body horror reaction to anytime a corpse is back and so is she against Sarah Genyk preservation. Do if you said I'm Ken Jennings and I believe I will survive this insults off my head and put it in. Yeah. I'm dry ice in Santa Fe. I'm going to reappear on a shelf next to Richard Nixon. In FUTURE FUTURE RAMA SCENARIO. She goes beyond that she doesn't even want to be in our casket. It seems like it. Seems like a horrifying and claustrophobic moment. Okay she's also claustrophobic. Does she want to be taken immediately to the crematorium Her dream has always been to decompose. Ace App you put her on the roof and let the crows go at her. Yeah I mean I do that now but like when she's gone. She has a similar plan right. Because it literally seems horrifying the thing that seems comforting to many people to be velvet lined box. Seems awful to her and I think maybe I think she's not wrong. I mean we were told. Hey this is what a classy funeral looks like him. Because you've been on me outside of the box. Several funerals use assume. That's what you'd want on the inside but I'm I'm not that way. I'm Mr. Gimme. A pine box. This was a Eighteenth and nineteenth century horror because people routinely were buried alive. You you've heard the stories of the coffins that were fitted with little towers with a little bell in the top that even after the even after it was six feet under the the dead person could conceivably ring a bell with a string in order to alert people upstairs that they had been mistakenly buried. That is what mindy needs. Yeah I need to get an old patent medicine catalog. Dr Bonner's whatever from eighteen eighty with with Contraption with a pulley because it was in response to people when they would exuma body sometimes they would find that the inside of the coffin had been clawed by the by someone who had regained consciousness who was clawed by. There's NO PRINCE. There were actually person again. It's your classic locked room mystery you know. He's leaving the claw marks in this case. This is so so actually you know. Just a MITFORD's book. American way of death of like silence bring you know ignited a consciousness which is one of the five things you can do with the consciousness ignited. You can ignite it in within America that wait a minute. The funeral industry was this kind of bloated and exploitation of business and that there needed to be a better way but there was a lot of resistance to alternatives. There was resistance to the idea. Although you know community cemeteries backyard cemeteries. Were obviously like as old as time. The funeral industry had become very adept at lobbying. To make you know sort of a local burial or burial at sea you know to to regulate it because because they it was a it was a An industry lobbying organization and and it be it became and remains a thing that state legislatures a state senator can make a very impassioned speech on behalf of funeral directors where they use colorful language to describe how to deregulate. This funeral industry would or burial industry would result in grandma's remains being flushed down the toilet. And how could we stand this indignity and that that kind of legislation is also really supported by still by the Catholic Church and and lobbying groups of various kinds that you know that believe in the or whether they believe in or are using a desire to have a respect for the dead as a as a kind of legislative ploy to keep to keep an industry alive to me it seems like extremely low stakes no matter what grandma and her heirs want to do with Graham? That's that should be up to grandma? Apparently I'm a libertarian. Only in in this one funerary case. Well it's true. In in common law. Practice actually law does not grant survivors ownership of the body and this dates back to a time when the idea of resurrection was part of British Common Law. The assumption the assumption was that the body would be resurrected therefore in death. Ownership of your corporeal self did not transfer to your relatives at it remained with. You shouldn't shouldn't that be true. If you're going to be resurrected so you get your estate back. I don't know how it is in your family but you don't need money in heaven. Can I see your GRANDPA is very clear on is no money there? You ascend just like Archie. You leave your car behind and I guess this is probably borne out by the your strengthened by the fact that in most cases the heirs do not want legal rights to to the body. You unless you have some very specific or plan. Well that's the thing you don't Some people do do want ownership of the of the body of their relative because they wanna go do something with it. They want to do what they want. With it They get into a surfboard or something. Yeah laws are pretty the penalties for desecration of a body are pretty low and it's because you're not encouraging it. I'm not encouraging it. But also I think the state recognizes that like. Yeah you don't want to like drag a dead body through the streets but at the same time. Are we really going to? What are we going to put a person in prison? Because they did something bad with the body. Larry's weekend attorneys Frank. There are there are there are grocer things. But but also the You know the state has an interest in their not being dead bodies lying around beyond that. Yeah but yeah so I assume. There's there's a disease as an epidemiological component..

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"At Ken Jennings at John Roderick on Twitter at John Roderick on Instagram. You could send us Email electronic communications using the address omnibus project at how stuff works dot com. As we know time is a flat circle. So if you put your Email your future Ling Email into time is us drop it in time. If you drop it in time, it will flat circle its way right over to us. How does it know when we are? We are when it is. It's in the Email address. Now is then and everywhere is everywhere every all moments exist simultaneously. Yes. Everything is everything. So we will be aware of when you contact us. No matter what era that is. You could send us physical artifacts. I'll I'm not sure how the US postal service knows which era to deliver stuff too. But if you want to send us physical media of any kind we received correspondence at this project PO box five seven four four shoreline. Washington nine eight one five five. You notice coming to kids climbing up on a pillar does sound pretty nice. What if you built a pillar in your own yard dads on the pillar, again, mom, I need you to drive you to soccer, you get down from there can my wife's got a broom. Here you can. Pillar. But when John and I felt like we needed some extra attention like when we were not we would lower our selves from our from our stylists, and we would. Mingle with the with the common listener at the future Ling's Facebook group. So if you enjoy these recordings you can find others of your kind there for lively conversation. And I think I said all the things. Listeners from our vantage point in your distant past. We have no idea how long our civilization survived. We have no idea if you're listening to this program from on top of a pillar above the the roaring magma or the rising seas. We have no idea whether our underground bunker was preserved through erosion, and now sits on top of a pillar. And that's why you are listening to this program. And why you worship us as gods. But we hope and pray that that catastrophe will never come except. I actually do pray that you worship assist gots. If it takes a real clarity to produce that Arken wiza- disfie- within the awash my ego. I'm not sure I don't want to know the day, I die. But I do want an photo come down or someone to step out of of time Portland. Say, you know, you're kind of a big deal in the future. There would be nice to know that in advance. Yeah. I feel like I'd also I'd actually act better. But you don't you don't want to know when you die. You don't want. Somebody to say like Ken you die on March fourteen two thousand fifty when you're flagpole snaps. Enough. Yeah. No. I absolutely do not want to know. But I feel like I would live a better life. When people were knowing that you're going to be examined in the future. I would think to myself. Well, then they might know. If I give a couple of bucks to this guy at the off ramp or if I yelled at my kids today. I need to be.

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Why should he have that power? He doesn't he didn't. It turns out. He does not earns out a lot of people. I think we're using just warm water and fake ice cubes. Because you know, they got those fiberglass or whatever ice cubes, they are do you really think people do glaze is that just a Ken Jennings. I know for a fact that people were using warm water and both reusable ice cubes because why wouldn't you? I did participate in a ice bucket challenge though. Because my daughter's mother was called out by someone at her work, and she felt work obligated. Did to show up for the ice bucket challenge. So she is bucket. Challenged is bucket fulfilled. And I stood there in support. I think maybe I had a towel. I'm not sure I was there from who is the real here there. It was year. That's ask ourselves that every time. Did you say go to anybody's work party for me would be an ice bucket challenge? You know? I did my part did you ever do one of those fad social media infection type thing? Well, I mean, do you count like social media joke formats or means, no? 'cause like planking did you ever do planking? Now, I'm the wrong age to do any of the participatory stuff. But when you think about it like any kind of the joke format that's going around today. The mean that's going around to that's not too different than than any kind of hula-hoop type fat. Right. Is this a loss meme you ever lost me? I did lost me. And I bought her fly me, and these are things that would make no sense to me, you know, until the minute they were explained. But then suddenly it was like, oh, I would like to show my mastery of this. And I too am a lost me Mer, and it has no ice in it. So sure to future links listening through there. We're in a week from now on no one remembers. These were very simple ways that you could communicate that you were a person of your time, a member of your time in place, something you never have to prove when I see someone around here in Europe are large one and eighteen the one thing I assume they are a person of this place. I've never like are you at time traveler from like the Napoleonic era, but are they a influencers? Are they social media maven of some kind? That's what you need to prove it shows kind of casually woke up sensibility. And that you're down like all I'm a forty five year old dad, I can deploy the loss Meam or I can correctly. Ask my kids to spill the T about something. Oh, yeah. This is not. And this is he yes. And appropriate hitting. Black and gay slang is just a huge part of my life. Now, it always has pretty much my identity I during the indie rock years. There was a fad briefly that has to have come out of frat culture. But somehow it got into rock culture affected the drama club kids in Iraq. It did..

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"John. Have you ever had a time when something did not go your way every day? And if you ever pushed through that and achieved some kind of great entrepreneurial success. Every day. Barely it. Sounds like it sounds like you should be on a new podcast called the brink. It's from aerial Casten and Jonathan Strickland, and they share the stories of entrepreneurs who took some bold step without really knowing if it was going to pay off or if it was going to be disastrous. Oh, so this is like a free enterprise show. It's not it's not just like that. I am constantly on the brink of total. It's personal disaster. Just about some struggling loser. It's about like Walt Disney betting his whole studio on Snow White and the seven doors via success or this is like the guy that started SRI Racha in Southern Cal. Exactly he was selling it out of the trunk of his car. And then it became an empire every week at some new story of trial and triumph along these lines. That's cool. People who didn't let adversity stop their dreams. I feel like that would be inspirational to me because I constantly let adversity stopped me in my tracks. Even earlier earlier today when I went into the refrigerator and couldn't find any pumpkin pie. I was like, that's it. If you had listened to the brink, you could have overcome. Come that kind of adversity. Listen and subscribe John to the brink at apple podcasts or on iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Many. And. This message. We are Ken Jennings, and John Rodrick we speak to you from our present, which we can only assume as your distant past the turbulent time that was the early twenty first century during the great cataclysm that will surely befall our civilization. We began this monumental reference of strange, obscure, human knowledge, these recordings represent our attempt to compile and preserve wonders esoterica that would otherwise be lost. So whether you're listening in from an advanced civilization or just reinvented the technology to decrypt our transmissions. This is our legacy to you. This is our time capsule. This is the off the bus. You have accessed and tree four seven four dot one S one zero one.

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Future links in the unlikely event that social media still exists in your ehre, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are archived at at omnibus project. Our handles were at Ken Jennings. I maintain an Instagram account undermine what a good choice of the name to maintain a surround the calendar. I was lucky I think you probably were too that we were early adopters of social media. And so able to go in and just get our own names and things it's really the only upside of being an early adopter social media. So for the next presumably, however, long it lasts. There will be every other John Roderick in the world is lined up behind me, and they're g mail addresses are all. At John Roderick, seventy five one hundred. They don't have to be numbers at Ken Jennings. Ken the best guy ever jenning John Roderick sopranos fan or right? And they're all on Instagram posting under the real, John Roderick or whatever. But I just at John Roderick and everything and it's wonderful. It's it's it's a thing. I don't have to think about and I've noticed it's true for you too. You have at Ken Jennings across all media. It never fails to crack me up that Donald Trump could not get at Donald Trump, and he's at real Donald Trump. I know that's so great. I'm the real one. And he couldn't he couldn't force. He couldn't force that person to handed over the art of the deal fails for the first time, you can Email us and Ken will look at it at omnibus project at how stuff works dot com. You won't look at it. I look at it. Sometimes I'm always afraid I'm always afraid to open Email because I'm threat. I just don't I don't know the right. They're gonna anthrax me. No. I'm not sure I'm not sure the open communication is great and everything, but I definitely am shy of two. They can't see you. They can't see that. I'm sitting here in my robe with by my little bear slippers on if that's how it works. Every time. Somebody opened an Email you send a little thing. Popped up on your screen, and you could see them reading. That would be the perfect medium. I do sometimes go on the future lynx Facebook page, although I probably shouldn't because it's another thing every once in a while in the middle of the night, someone will say actually, and I'll reply with some scathing post rhyme, like don't you actually me? Comes up. And then I'm like, oh, I'm so sorry flamed that poor person who was probably trying to make a joke. But you can go to the future lynx Facebook page. Hopefully, I will not come in there and play Muir post people love it people want. It can is in their very he's very nice. He he interacts with people as they speculate about his personal life if you. Yeah. The ones I don't reply to those are the ones that made me mad, you tell your just like don't reply your threat infuriated. Total opposites. Only reply to the ones that infuriate me. You can send us some viewer mail, and we just received a huge bin of viewer mail because I finally went to mind. And we got a lot actually was a an insulting letter written in calligraphy directed at me. It was beautiful very insulting. It was very it was very beautiful. How nice was it like getting stabbed by a beautifully wrought dagger? No, no. This person is a door was like being bit by. I don't care. Don't care about their. I don't care about their funny joke that actually they they meant serious took a long time. It did. And it was extremely well. Composed. It wasn't just that it was beautifully written. It was like it was very articulately. It was more of an Andhra pof- Samantha Smith, and you can tell that the person actually was making a very serious point. Because they thought I mean, it was it was framed as a ironical letter. But it was also think deep down deep densely, they really meant it. No. They don't hate me. They they had a good time writing it. I had a good time reading it. But I want them to feel ashamed. Because why are you talking to? You can send..

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"The most serial killers don't make any effort to involve media or best Gators. They're very secretive. They don't want attention. They almost want their crimes to go unnoticed, but the idea of committing a crime, and then calling up the police and bragging about it. That's a whole 'nother level of terror. A man who wore a mediaeval style executioner's hood who has a police and baffled the media. He seems to crave publicity. He sent letters and Ramsden newspapers. And the belief subject stated, I want to report a murder. No, a double murder. I did it. Here. We are fifty years to the first sodium killing in today's world, forensics old cases are being solved who doesn't wanna know. How it turns out? From the creators of Atlanta monster come season two. This is monster vizo yet killer. Listen as subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app. Many more. Yep. And. This message. We are Ken Jennings, and John Rodrick we speak to you from our present, which we can only assume as your distant past the turbulent time that was the early twenty first century during the great cataclysm that will surely befall our civilization. We began this monumental reference of strange, and obscure human knowledge, these recordings represent our attempt to compile and preserve wonders an esoterica that would otherwise be lost. So whether you're listening from an advanced civilization or have just reinvented the technology to decrypt our transmissions..

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Number three seven five four five in them notice. Future. Ling's in the unlikely event that the mile and outs and fair in height degree Fahrenheit. Doug furlong at the Hogshead the bail the bushel now that you're reorganizing your house. I assume you're still organizing everything in terms of bushels and in Demi Johns. That's right. Hogs heads Armadillo hurling, you're putting everything into into barrels of nineteenth century weights and measures. That's right. That's right. Well, basically how much hash oil you can put into a quart of how much a quart of hash oil ways in a shell. Oil. Can is there a unit of like that's a unit that determines how far you can drive. Your Honda Africa twin across Egypt. I was just wonder if there's a unit of cannabis highness that can be related to the there's no limit to highness. Anyway, in the event that all of these things have contributed to the continuation of all these American based social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, gene. Maybe that's what's keeping the Infos away. They're going to wait for us to all get off social media. Well, or they're going to wait for some universally established standard of social media where the the social media servers are all located under seven. I thought it was the emoji Auburn us. Oh, sure. It could be there's a lab in France where under a jar. It's like here's the poop emoji. Here's the eggplant emoji. Here's smiling. I'm crying both don't touch it will be. Yeah. It'll be like a seed Bank somewhere just like the omnibus project. Why don't you go? Hang out with us on our Facebook page, Ken is there all the time secretly commenting under different names under a thousand actually no one on that page of me talking to myself and telling me, how great my show is if you can tweet from where you are under the NFL's years. Yeah. Under seven bell jars tweet Kim, or at least look at his tweets. No. You know, what tweet add Ken? He loves that. Every time you have something to add or subtract after after every time I make a joke. Make sure you tweet not your best. Right. That's my favorite or explain his joke. Right or tell the same joke back to me as if I had not just told that using the same premise love the he's at Ken Jennings. I'm at John Roderick. We are at omnibus project. You can look at my Instagram page. I haven't posted anything in the last couple of days. Doesn't mean anything to them. It doesn't mean any be you'll you can you can see every Instagram post. I ever posted in the space of the oscillation of one killer jewel of an orange peel. It'll all flash in front of your eyes. Simultaneously, Fordham engines before you die. You can Email us at omnibus project and how stuff works dot com. Like, I said earlier the future Ling's page on Facebook future Ling spelled with an E future. Ling's imagine if we had not spelled it with any is it like Roderick future railings while it would be like food tour llings, I think it's four syllables. It's future llings for churlish. Right. Like shuttling? All right. Well, we say chitlins, we don't say chitlins we say future. Limbs few is our folksy folksy way this future Jhelum gathered around a barrel. Have a seat Ken went to the mailbox today. And we found lots and lots of postcards some digestive biscuits a beautiful handwritten letter. And then what's this? What are you unwrapping there? What's this Foley? Work you're doing over there..

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Six future llings in every cool body and a bunch of like empty bodies sitting around on us just sort of like in the video game. What's the video game where the little robots just kind of walk around in circles, and you have to shoot them. I mean, that's a lot of video games. But everybody again, not not zach's on. It was Golic. Not gallagher. No, you're you're you're a person of you're trying to save a family. You're trying to go. Grab the mom and the kid while these big monster robots kind of just walk random patterns, but they're always trying to corner you, and if they don't you you die Robotron Robotron. Thank you. Yes. So it's like a Robotron scenario. Where where all the Dumbo are just sort of walking in circles, but you would really immediately see a world of attractive people walking around and unattractive people. Just lawing. All the bodies. No one wanted to jump in. Well, it's kind of like being John Malkovich. Right. You you inhabit John Malkovich. John Malkovich is still there. That's more of. Yeah. That's that's the olive me. Gimmick where you can jump into someone's body the to share it with maybe Martin or Malkovich milk of maybe that's the the experience of future links in their future world. They're like, oh my God. I want to listen to this podcast. But my co sharer hates podcasts. Maybe they've all leapt into your dad's earn. All of them. Maybe they're there. Now. Go check. No super intelligent civilization is involved in your dad's earned because they're hired dimensional. Pam traveling act being no, I don't want to open it not until I'm ready to sprinkle it on mounts who sit now is the order. It has to be set in the I know I don't think so. But there's right next to like Washington, John that one would be very easy. I think that there's I feel an obligation to have a bunch of family members there too and that's hard to coordinate everybody. Like, hey, why don't y'all come to Seattle? We're going to rent a boat and go out into lake Washington. And sprinkle a portion of dads ashes, it has to coincide with something. Yeah. You're not a party planner. I can't really see you sending out that invite it has to be somebody else's event. And then I like co-opt every spoke with the ashes. What we're doing this afternoon fun? John, wait the party. Anyway, future Ling's one way that you can body. Swap is to go on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and pretend to be a funny person that tweets kin in response to everything he he right? Put her applies are so funny to you can find us at Ken Jennings, and John Roderick. I'm also on Instagram where post selfies of myself in the hopes that people will compliment them and say, oh, you look amazing. I've noticed I think because every time I post a selfie generally trying to make some comedy joke. You're like oh this word. I get this shirt. What's up with my hair today? Oh, my hair it's like the will Wheaton like bedhead. But but there's a there's always a segment of the posters that say really complimentary things like you're so cute or oh my God. And I realized that is a social obligation that younger people feel yes. To praise the appear. Of people on on Instagram, and I'm never looking for that. And I'm always embarrassed by people that are like, you're so handsome, what I'm hoping is that people will make some further comedy joke and say like, wow, you look like a you're ruining the bit. Right. It's like that Seinfeld. Instead of saying, God bless you. And you should say you're so good looking became it became the basis of our culture. And really is all you're supposed to do is tell your friends. How amazing oh my God. You're so handsome, but it's like a younger person saying that. And I don't first of all I don't believe in second. It's creepy out a little bit. Anyway, don't do that future links. Also, you can Email us at omnibus project at how stuff works dot com. I went there yesterday and answered a lot of Email. I have not done that..

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Certificate number two six three four seven in the us. Future links. In the unlikely event that social media is still exists in your era. Please do not tweet at us that our show doesn't get to the point fast enough. Because it does it gets to the point just as fast as it gets to the point. I think we are directly saying what we want to say at every second that we're building a house. You don't start with the windows. Yeah. Thank you. You start with the foundation. Yeah. You start with the with the river rock fireplace. If you wanna talk about one thousand nine hundred sixty sixty-nine football game, you actually just need to talk about my son's dating life for like forty five fifty five minutes. I think even if you weren't here anyone else talking about this game would start by talking about Dylan Jennings. Dating a little hacked by now. Right. All the books start that way. But we recommend that you go to our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts at omnibus project, and right really nice things about us and to us if you can't say anything nice don't say anything at all that should be the law of the future. I hope that rep. Places the golden rule or four legs. Good two, legs, bad or whatever else. You guys have really? It's she'll come from beds. Don't trust anyone over three hundred and fifty years old. Our handles were at Ken Jennings and add John Roderick on social media, go check it out. I'm also an Instagram under that name. Larry's wonderful times. Lots of nudes are address for Email was omnibus project at house to forks dot com. Fan group on Facebook was called the omnibus future. Llings later revealed to be Russian bought the entire thing. All the people participating they were they all one Russian, but they were just rebel thoughts. Talking to one another. None of them realized they were bought s-. That's amazing. Well, it's pretty good. They could pass the turing test. It's it sounds base lab became self aware. I didn't even know Spacelab became software. So it committed suicide itself to Australia in disgust. That was just a space labs lake outer husk Spacelab still exists. There's a ghost of Skylab floating above the earth. Yeah. The spirit the spirit space. I'm glad to hear that. If you want to send us some nine hundred seventy s Spacelab ephemera or other things like your dad's Vietnam era zippo lighter, or if you want to these passed on don't don't steal don't do elder abuse. Because John likes zip if you are one of the fifty percent of Americans that believe in demonic possession. Please do not send us any demons. Please send us your demon fighting gear or garb at PO box five five seven four four shoreline. Washington nine eight one five five listeners we speak to you from your distant past. We. Soon to be extinct carbon based life have no idea. How long our civilization is about to survive. We hope and pray that the catastrophe. We fear may never come. But if the worst comes soon this recording like, all our recordings, maybe our final word to you. Also, if the church Scientology shuts us down after this episode this could be, but if providence allows we hope to be back with you soon for another entry in the omnibus. I'm Katie

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Oh weird. Even once the outcome of the game is not in doubt, you're still watching don't care about your players, even when those players are div one that team has been you know, out of contention for the playoffs. You still care about that gate. So the NFL has made you care. About every single game every week. Even if it's the worst game is fantasy football run by the NFL. I always assumed it was just some like would Sheddan thing. Some like thing. That's you think it's a guy in a woodshed. Well, that people just kind of came up with and that requires no technology, but you're just like, hey like you and I could come up with a fantasy football league right now like a team or some should we do that? Should we make a show about should we never get to come to Georgia Tech Cumberland, I want Russell Wilson. I will take Russell Wilson's wife. Ciara? I want mean Joe Greene. I want the kid. He throws the towel too. Yeah. So there's it's not the NFL does not have its own official fantasy football people are playing via ESPN or their office pool or whatever it is. But the NFL has realized what this is done for cable subscription and viewership attendance and enthusiasm in jersey sales. My son bought a jersey for a player on a team. He is never heard about our cares about just because it's his star running back. And then when this guy started to beat women and got balance out of the league, my son now has a jersey for this. The worst man in America. That he hit seventy dollars, and he stuck with this a team two thousand miles away from Seattle. Let me let me ask you this. This seems like question that Ken Jennings would able to fake an answer for how many possible combinations of fantasy football teams. Are there any given year? Oh, it's greater than the number of atoms in the universe. I think so because you and you're not talking about saying teams you're talking about. Let's just say I players at dope and just starts picking reserves for random teams to start at running back or whatever. Yeah. Yeah. It's. I'm sure it's tend to though, it's the it's you know, it's ten to some large two digit number. So it's very rare that two people would have exactly the same fantasy football. Oh, also, you can't you can't clone player. Once you have drafted Russell Wilson. I cannot draft Russell. But within a league within your Lee. Icy in America in America. Somebody else will have definitely have a lot of the same players as you. And because people tend to choose along the same algorithms that really reduces the the size of the print. So yeah, it's not unlikely that some team there would have the same five star players as you write. But they probably wouldn't have your whole lineup. You're a special little snowflake. I that's interesting and really, but. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. The question you asked. Were you hoping to discover that your team would be or unique are I'm not sure I'm just trying to figure out like so long. You don't remember? I'm trying to figure out like how this could be a national pastime that generated billions of dollars because if two people could come up with the same team like is it like the lottery where if you pick the same numbers you split the? Yeah, there's no there's not really a national Powerball fantasy football. You're playing with your friends or your co workers in a little league and somebody else on ESPN in their own office league or school league, or whatever somebody might have an identical team to your similar team to you. But you you would never know you're just playing head to head against Greg from work that week. That's all you care about. And it's really all my son talks about he has his phone out. And you'd think he'd be texting his girlfriend and more often than not he's like watching Jaguars titans. Wow. And I'm like that's a terrible game. Dylan he's like sh-. What did they do the rest of the year after the Super Bowl and before the? The summer bowl. They call into w s q r and they're like, where's why they went wrong. You never should traded Johnson. That's why they have sports radio. Because what are they going to do with the other hours of the day?.

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"John. Have you ever had a time when something did not go your way every day? And if you ever pushed through that and achieved some kind of great entrepreneurial success. Every day. Barely it. Sounds like it sounds like you should be on a new podcast called the brink. It's from aerial Casten and Jonathan Strickland, and they share the stories of entrepreneurs who took some bold step without really knowing if it was going to pay off or if it was going to be disastrous. Oh, so this is like a free enterprise show. It's not it's not just like that. I am constantly on the brink of total. It's personal disaster. Just about some struggling loser. It's about like Walt Disney betting his whole studio on Snow White and the seven doors via success or this is like the guy that started SRI Racha in Southern Cal. Exactly he was selling it out of the trunk of his car. And then it became an empire every week at some new story of trial and triumph along these lines. That's cool. People who didn't let adversity stop their dreams. I feel like that would be inspirational to me because I constantly let adversity stopped me in my tracks. Even earlier earlier today when I went into the refrigerator and couldn't find any pumpkin pie. I was like, that's it. If you had listened to the brink, you could have overcome. Come that kind of adversity. Listen and subscribe John to the brink at apple podcasts or on iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Many. And. This message. We are Ken Jennings, and John Rodrick we speak to you from our present, which we can only assume as your distant past the turbulent time that was the early twenty first century during the great cataclysm that will surely befall our civilization. We began this monumental reference of strange, and obscure human knowledge, these recordings represent our attempt to compile and preserve wonders esoterica that would otherwise be lost. So whether you're listening in from an advanced civilization or just reinvented the technology to decrypt our transmissions..

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"And the very first social media network. It was for farmers like farm are like Tinder. Oh of like grinder. That's right. Tinder has an e. Oh, well, I don't know. Grinder doesn't grinder does not that. I would know you. We seem very convinced the grinder does not have any. Yeah. Tender does have any. That's how behind the scenes of internet dating. We are. So yeah, John is at John Roderick on Tinder and grinder and Twitter and Instagram. Come find me, I'm at Ken Jennings, only on Twitter and grinder. Of course, we also maintained an electronic mail account. If you know what that is at. I'm going to stay out again in the wrong way at which was omnibus project at how stuff works dot com. If you wanted to send us physical Kapoor aerial items, not Geist artifact in. No actual actual things that you could touch or rub or not eat. We've said, no. But look at snowflakes through, sir. If you want to send us some kind of microscope camera or a period map of the Berlin u Bahn just go down to the time post and send it through what we know to be true. A wormhole send it through a fourth dimensional room for hall to omnibus project PO box five five seven four four shoreline. Washington nine eight one five five if you're interested in. The philosophical goals of the omnibus to such a degree that you want to commune with other like-minded souls. Whether they're tentacled silicon based. Metaphorical thought forms that have somehow found a way to access this. They all congregate at the future Ling's group on Facebook. Be sure if you're joining the future things group to answer the to test questions, if they appear if you are on an Android device, maybe they don't appear in which case. Tough luck cut the time in this recording one of the questions asks for the shape of time, which is not something we have mentioned in a while. I think no we haven't. And in fact, there are a lot of different ideas about what shape time is time is a stellar dendritic snowflake, perhaps perhaps I have no idea. It is a Dali esque melting clock on top of a freckle like trip out poster from a college dorm, turn on the black light and the universe gets crazy listeners from our vantage point inside an abandoned FDR era railcar parked on track. Sixty one hundred the Waldorf is under the Chinese owned Waldorf or story of that is where we record the show. I think it's time that everyone should know with a diesel locomotive idling constantly, go should something happen. Filtering diesel smoke up the elevator shaft into your eight thousand dollar a night room. We have no idea. How long are civilizations? We hope and or survived from your standpoint tense is difficult. We hope and pray or we hoped and prayed that the catastrophe that we fear that you know, may never come. It's hilarious. How much you must laugh every episode at our ninth today because you know, it's to you. It is the December seventh nineteen forty one. It is the fourteen ninety two when your Columbus sailed the chlorine ocean, yellow what if it's not a Larry what if it's sad. What if it's poignant that we always seem? So that we always seem so lively, but they know they know so it was all doom. They miss us. They they're all wearing red baseball. Hats that say make the earth grade again? By listening to the omnibus pocket. If the work if the worst comes soon, and if the work comes soon this recording like all our recordings may be our final word providence allows he hoped to be back with you soon. Another entry in the..

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"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"ken jennings" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"I think the phrase in addition to kind of the the delicacy and the. Temporarily. What's the word for something? That's vanishes. Evanescence evanescence evanescence of snowflake. Also, a great like pseudo metal band. Great pseudo EMA metal. Okay. Maybe not. Maybe not great. In addition to that. There's also kind of the uniqueness of the snowflake where everyone was raised to think they were a special flower. And they're for all their ideas were good invalid. And I think there's some of that when you hear it become kind of an ideological insults while you just said special flower, it does as the Tana -tations of hothouse flower or something that can't survive in the in the wild also evident evanescent, although I wouldn't dissolve orchids don't dissolve into goo, you wouldn't put one on your date. If they did. Worst course. I'm not sure if no one has invited me to a prominent a longtime, not even one of those those like old people are you hoping to be like one of the celebrities that gets asked on a YouTube video. Come to my show. What would what would you do? If a sixteen year old put a YouTube video up said, Ken Jennings. Come to my prom with me. I honestly can't believe I have dodge this bullet because think of all the nerdy kind of quiz bowl team. Sure. Kids who would be like jeopardy guy would be my day. It seems like a no brainer. Would you? I mean, what's the deal with those? Do they fly you out? Do they put you up or is it a thing that you do like pro Bono. Sometimes it's like a big celebrity if the thing gets big enough ten million people are passing around this kind of creepy guy being like, Amy Adams. Humorous common and have. It kind of feels well something about how gendered it usually is. It's usually guy creeping on a female celeb-. I would one hundred percent go to the prom with Amy Adams. Right. But in this scenario, I think it's non celeb- asking you. I mean if Amy Adams asked me to go to her like prom. It's usually not celebrities who are like, hey, Cardi B M looking to go to a prom middle America. I think I would go with an Hathaway, but I wouldn't be as excited. I've met Anne Hathaway, and I think I would I would just drop her off at home right after you guys. Like, hey that was great. Thank you. You know, put my hand out for a handshake, Amy Adams. I don't know. It'd be like do you want to go like drive down to the port? Yeah. I've I think celebrities sometimes get back into a corner where they kind of have to fly out to come on. Would you do would you do it? I don't do. Thirty seconds. I don't know. I just feel like it could something about the optics of if you're the guy the sought after guy you're still dating underage on a date with a teenage girl, you're married guy in his forties. Right going to a high school dance right at the request of teenage girl. Anything about the optics bother you. I don't know. I'm I'm trying to think of whether or not it would be good for my brand. Yeah. It would it would depend essence of high school girls. Long winters record if she had asymmetrical bangs, and she was really broody and really mad at everybody. And she was asking me to go to prom. Just to like infuriate the world. I think I would help her out. I think I would do it Goth girls only. Yeah. If she was like, a sweet girl that had a crush on me from the internet. You're right. It would be a little weird. There's a few things wrong with it. But the uniqueness of snowflakes, of course, has a scientific basis actual snowflakes. Now there is no real difference between millennials snowflakes. They're all exactly the same. I was not going to talk about woke university snowflakes at all. You're the only one who thinks well, no you have clarified. It. You have yet to say no, this is about actual flakes of snow that came from the sky little tiny crystals. Have you seen one? Does it look like the I went to a Christmas maze last night? And there were snowflakes the size of a Mack truck that you had to walk around. We were trying to find all nine of Santa's reindeer in this lights. How many people do you think went into that Masinde in come out all of them?.

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