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"ketchum" Discussed on WTOP
"For 21 As we observe the 20th anniversary of 9 11 w T o p National security correspondent JJ Green reports of former DHS secretary is concerned our divisions, maybe our biggest threat in the future. We continue our coverage. September 11th 20 years later, my recollections of 9 11 is as vivid today as it was 20 years ago, former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, and there is a reason why it's so vivid 9 11 happens to be my birthday, And on that day he saw something he literally could not get his head around The moment that I will never forget. That day was when the first tower collapsed. It was a moment in my life when my brain would not register with my Guys received because the twin towers for us New Yorkers, the twin towers was such a Fixture on the skyline for so many years that I just couldn't believe it was gone in an instant, and when he came to work at DHS, the mission was clear. The cornerstone of DHs's mission was the counterterrorism mission. It was the reason we were created and he says, as we move into the future of the U. S will still be a target. But the threats are going to be different. I worry that if there were another 9 11 today we would not be able to mobilize the nation. Political polarization is itself a homeland security threat. J. J Green W T O P News You can read more of our coverage of w t o p dot com Search September 11th, one of the thousands who died on 9 11 was the D C teacher in the Southeast School, where he taught fifth grade is remembering him and paying tribute. Pretty much everyone has a connection to 9 11 but a DCs Catchem elementary school. The connection runs deep as teacher, James Debonair died in the plane that hit the Pentagon. Ketchum's principle like Andrea Beckwith presented a memorial plaque to Debian airs. Daughter, Jalen. We definitely wanted to just let miss debonair know that we still remember his service. As a teacher. I catch him and just to give her a token of appreciation for that. In jail and debonair says it.
"ketchum" Discussed on Post Reports
"For them so they could get some of those social interactions. That are key to being eight nine years old. How did she feel about you. Know the honestly providing all these extra services it seems picking the kids up doing the book club. Doing the play dates like what. How did she feel about that. Say always says this quote and she said it to me like kind of a million times over the course of the few months that i spent there. And she kinda says it under her breath and she always goes. I always say whatever's best for the kids. I'll do so. I went with her to pick up these kids on her morning routine. And there's this child zone zony who's always wearing things with mermaids on it she loves mermaids and zone neak that day. When i was there zone eke was out there dressed with the backpack on with a mask on her face and was ready for school. And i asked say you know what did it feel like to seize unique to know that she was going in person. After she had kind of struggled this kid had really struggled in virtual learning and she goes. I was happy. I was excited. I was happy to see that sneak would be learning today that she would be actually getting the best opportunity to learn in the best way that she could. Is this idea of it. Being like not neces- going above. And beyond what i've heard but it's like it was. It was routine for me so like i got excited about seeing them. Principal got excited about seeing them. They will come. Everybody always an island or they're right behind me 'cause they always use like trying to walk into the building so it became like are like new normal so in anticipation of the new twenty twenty one twenty twenty two school year. That's coming up. I'm wondering how miss a feels about next year like two. She think that more kids will be in the classroom. That things will get better. Dc mayor bowser and dc public schools. Chancellor therapy are saying that schools will be open five days a week and unless students have a medical note they will be required to be in their seats. There's a lot of questions and uncertainty about the fall. Because a lot of the parents that i spoke to they're not vaccinated. I spoke to staff members who are not vaccinated and that right there puts me some barriers to getting things back to quote unquote normal. There's real fear around the city. Not just catch him that getting these kids back in their routines. It's gonna take time so say has been with these kids since first grade so she's taught the same kids first second and third and that's been a big help because she knew these families really well she knew these kids really well but this is actually gonna be leaving the school at the end of the year. I have been with him for a very very very long time. I'm getting william. But i've just been with them for a while so they're very special group to me because they're like all like my children's i'm gonna miss the fifty four. Rising fourth graders that are going to do amazing things here at catch him. So there's real questions too about how the ketchum community is gonna build itself back up after this this year and losing some key staff members that were the glue to a lot of that helped build this community after shadowing miss as classroom and being at ketchum for four months watching this moment where kids were coming back to school after the pandemic. What do you feel sort of like the future of education for these kids. The teachers the parents at ketchum. I mean it's really hard to look at what happened this last year in ketchum and feel like the.
"ketchum" Discussed on Tara Brach
"Foams came out thirty five years ago. And i've gone nonstop. I've written fifteen books. When i wasn't teaching. I was writing a book. I was continue under all circumstances. Don't be tossed away. Make positive efforts for the good coalpit came and it all collapsed. And i sat in my backyard wham i i have not the first time. I had nothing more to write and i used to complain. What after write another book. But when i didn't have a book to write that's my real practice met really makes me face myself and i didn't have any. I sat dutiful. I sack things really collapse. The country collapsed for me. I was guided. I didn't realize my grandfather was a jew ran from pogroms in the early nineteen hundreds so he always would say look. We lived with him. Natalie you don't know how wonderful this country is and for him. It was and so underneath ad swam out of the west. I wanted to be in the gorgeous country. And you know. I've always known about slavery. And i've had a you know a scholarship program for people of color thirty five years. We always read people of color. I knew all this but like everything was stripped. I felt betrayed. I felt like we were living in a house that was about to collapse everything. And how could i write. What did i have to write about so it was very painful. Tie and on facing that now. And i'm a little embarrassed but i'll tell you i drove up to the place. I thought i would never go. Home ketchum idaho. Do you know. What's in ketchum idaho car and there's something familiar about it. So tell me hemingway's grave hemming. I wouldn't have known that use an early teacher of mine mentor. i didn't know him but Moveable feast for instance death in the afternoon and He had an awful life really and killed himself in ketchum. Idaho is buried. There and i found his grave and i sat by it and i talked to him and talked and talked. And i realize that this is your path. You're writer and i know you wanna quit now. You want to find something else. But it's the only thing you made a vow somehow some plays we will continue. So i'm facing into that. But not with the mo jo. I had for thirty five years and say to me. Well welcome natalie now you not how the writers but i always have this third foot in the dorm so it helps but Everything's been torn from me. It feels like everything. My great love of new mexico. Good place you know just everything nesbitt born from me so in there i wanna thank you. There's always something really precious when there's a sharing that's not that was last year. But here's what i've figured out even though you've there's something that's evolved. There's some place in new that knows this. Your path is to keep writing that. You're still in the rawness of the uncertainty of the ripped away..
"ketchum" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Months and there's still a lot of unexplored territory that's true in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven federal wildlife authorities discovered an entire herd of canadian wood bison which had been previously considered extinct. It's also possible that like many animals sasquatch is hide when they're sick or injured which would make a lot harder for people to find a body that sad people have likely lived in the americas for tens of thousands of years. With those odds. You'd think someone would have stumbled on him. Bigfoot corpse by now unless they bury their dead as far as we know. Mortuary practices began with neanderthals. Less than one hundred thousand years ago some paleoanthropologists consider burial to be a mark of advanced intelligence before that point family members were simply left to rot. Unfortunately wilson zone research cast doubt on the sasquatch burial theory. Bigfoot doesn't seem intelligent enough to ensure their dead they don't even seem to have primitive technology. Eye-witnesses almost never mentioned sasquatch is using hunting tools or fire things that existed long before funerals. An anthropologist named dr grover krantz estimated that the average big foot was smarter than a guerrilla but far less intelligent than a human or even a neanderthal. The truth is we won't know exactly how clever sasquatch is our until primatology can study one up close until that happens. There's no way to adequately gauge their mental abilities. Especially since they're notoriously shy around people even without access to a live specimen sasquatch researchers have deduced a lot from the other clues they've allegedly left behind for example last time we discussed how dr krantz analyzed the depth of the sasquatch footprint to determine its weight also the human like shape allowed him to place the species in her own evolutionary time line and sometimes sess kuala gis getting more to work with than just muddy tracks in recent years. Dna sequencing has made it possible to buy animals from the smallest clues. A veterinarian named dr melba ketchum was uniquely positioned to prove big foot's existence to the world since she ran a genetic testing company. I she collected of samples of suspected bigfoot. Blood hair and skin then. She picked the most promising tissues and compared their dna with other known species on february thirteenth. Two thousand thirteen. She published a paper. Alleging that sasquatch is were even more closely related to humans than anyone had realized she claimed that bigfoot was descended from an unknown primate and a human catch him stated that somewhere in our distant past homo sapiens had made it with another hamad and that had created a new hybrid species bigfoot. Unfortunately kitchens worked in. Stand up to scrutiny. She published in an online only with an amateurish. Website the only paper listed was her own and a quick look at our testing companies profile on the better business bureau site reveals further issues. Customers claim she charged the money for tests she never performed then refused issue refunds. In fact a british geneticist named bryan sykes studied who work and concluded the ketchum had accidentally contaminated or samples in his book. Bigfoot yeti the last neanderthal. He claimed that her results were the product of sloppy science. That's an people. Keep finding new samples every year. So it's possible. One will eventually turn.
"ketchum" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Hal Ketchum dies at 67 from complications of dementia: 'May his music live on forever,' says wife
"He charted seventeen hits in the ninety country star. Hal ketchum has died his wife andrea on facebook. Tuesday she wrote with great sadness and grief. We announced that how passed away peacefully last night at home due to complications of dementia. May his music live on forever in your hearts and bring the taliban shoot up catching my grandma. Remember rose family early nineties with his debut album point of rescue and the first single small town saturday night. His wife revealed. He was struggling with alzheimer's in april of last year was no longer performing. He was sixty seven years
"ketchum" Discussed on The Beauty Brains
"Is men's nail polish taking off the wall street journal just posted an article <hes>. This past week and they've predicted that men's nail polishes taking off. And why now really. I've tried nail polish once. But i never. I've never thought to myself saying. Oh i you know. I i really need to put a nail polish. Yeah well they say. The trend is trickling down from celebrities. That are wearing nail polish. Of course men wearing nail polish is not new <hes>. In the seventies many rockstars <unk>. Wearing yale polish. As well. And i just you know i'm a little well. I'm not skeptical. I'm sure more and more men are wearing l. polish. I'm sure but i actually used to work for a men's makeup brand and we launched nail polish for men. Beautiful colors and people did wear them. People did buy them but sure to very very very small niche market. And i think no matter what's happening to sales. I think it's a little strong to say. Men's nail polish is taking off. Well i did a little. I did do a bit of a snarky comment on twitter about this. Said you know if they they. They sell a hundred bottles this year. They're going to improve it by thousand percent or something i'm sure they sell more than that <hes>. And it has plenty of men who are going to like nail polish. I just don't personally think like it's it's really going to like. It's there's never going to be a time when men wear nail polishes much as women. No and i think. That's where i i feel like the articles. A little misleading. This isn't actually the first time. I've seen immense nail polish article are quite a bit a few of them and yes i think. Younger people are more open to wearing the l. polish for sure but when you look at the whole scope of the nail industry and how much revenue is generated from it male. Specific nail polishes still going to be a very small very small fraction of that. Yeah well it's very interesting. I you know. I just always see these articles about the men's cosmetics taking off and i've been seeing those the same articles since ninety five and you just never never seems to live up to the heights in the articles. Maybe i live long enough where that changes but boy i still don't i still don't see it. I suppose i just imagined. Most men have the same sort of <hes>. Lasi faire attitude about cosmetics. As i have. And that's probably completely mistaken. Yeah it'll be interesting to see what market share actually gets taken from this trend will say i mean. I can't even myself to put on shaving cream. To shave. Just saw your. You won't be the polish consumer. I thank god. I mean mr cosmetic chemists certainly won't be but you know i don't even see my nephews wear so we'll see. Maybe maybe we're wrong. We've been wrong before. Not offense sometimes certainly about trends. Would you read this week. I stumbled on this article. Which is a review it was. It was published a survey published about ten years ago but it does not a subject that i'm interested in <hes>. It's an old survey of toxicologists. Okay so just about ten years ago this survey of toxicologist who were members of the society of toxicology. I was just very surprised to learn that in this study of it was over. Like nine hundred toxicologists. Ten percent of the toxicologist said that they believe. Organic or natural products are inherently safer. I've never met a toxicologist that has not that. That's incredible i mean. Ten percent is pretty low. I mean so nine. Out of ten toxicologist say no. That's not true but there's really. There's that one toxic one out of ten toxicologists high. I i know exactly but you know it was even more was even more amazing to me. There was also a whopping twenty six percent who said they believed. Cosmetics pose a significant health risk.
"ketchum" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"She asked for a site identification card and takes his Pokedex and pops up. This decks. Pokedex is registered to Ash Ketchum from Pallet Town and just like, oh, okay. Not only can you keep tabs of all the Pokemon but you're also how identify myself to the police good to know. Yeah, exactly. Now the place is just a really cool staple Pokemon. It's like the Pokemon franchise, you know, it's just it's their popularity for you need numbers name's the description like everything everything everything everything ever Pokedex unke boss, man. I mean, they they struck gold when they when they came up with those two ideas for Pokemon if they're just like so there's a hundred monsters in the world. But what an awful we have trainers, but one how they going to catch them and to how they going to know what they are. It's like off we have an automatic identifier. Yeah. I don't know like just really dead. Complete piece of technology like super important information center basically is how I see it. Yeah, which it really is because it's like it's connected to the poker Center database of the poker lab. So any Pokemon that's been registered or any Pokemon that's been identified by the professors or Pokemon researchers or anything like that is automatically synced to the the to the Pokedex has so all the trainer has to do is point the Pokedex at it so we can essentially scan the Pokemon and bring up the the file that it has on that said Pokemon. Yeah, it's insane. I just I love the Pokedex and that's why I picked. Yeah, but I picked it first. That's also why I picked the dragon radar first because I knew for a fact that one was going to be on your list. I wasn't sure if okay that's going to be on there. I just all right. I'm ready for my my second pick your second and final no second second pick at a house third. All right. Okay. Yeah, that's Of it from YuGiOh GX. Okay. I'm doing General but I'm going to go to g x version here. Oh, wait a minute this yeah, the Duel Disk my cars lately forgot about the choice to ask. I completely forgot tonight. And I want people hear us. Yeah, and there's really so many different versions of this Duel Disk. Basically, it's a portable dueling Arena that you put on your left arm and that generation programs. When you place cards, it holds.
"ketchum" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"The cat has been back bred into like the hybrid version has been bred back with the one of the parent species. That happens naturally all over the place. So it's interesting to think about the idea of endangered species because they'll. They are the edges. Of their population rights yeah. It's like. How often are they creating hybrids with other maybe vastly different ones. Or maybe those hybrids have existed for a long time and they're still there yet. But it appears that there's one type that's like Oh this is endangered, but it's just yeah blurring into the lines and. He points that out to that that without. Okay. If you didn't know that you were looking at a hybrid and you weren't really familiar with both parents species, you may be aware may not be aware. Yeah. Okay. So question for you guys. Okay. I've noticed this recently and. From when I was young I, only ever remembered seeing. Yellow Black wasps right. Okay. Recently within the last two years I've seen red I've seen black I've seen dark blue. Orange. Like wasps flying around. Dr Singular wasps like I don't see. Like, yeah. Like a dark blue. Wow and Hornets like I don't see tons of them. I did see murder Hornet that was not cool. Things huge. But I wonder if that plays into it or at least part into it and I would I keep trying to take my brain away from the fact that the really strange anomalous DNA findings of a doctor. Ketchum study. Yeah Totally, makes sense you're dealing with hybrid. Right, I thought of that too that there is because the show evidence in there. Yeah. Yeah. The extra the extra sex chromosome having three instead of two in some cases. All of it It would even be completely novel DNA strands was hybridize. The. Annealing of two different Arnaiz strands to the one rather than a transcription. Yeah. That could you're right that just that could explain a lot of wild man's quote unquote wild sightings across the ages would be. A hybrid of human something. You know what I mean. Human and scratch. And the the yetis like with a snowball in human. The reader may recall the definition of hybrid. If two populations are consistently distinct with respect to one or more characters, and if a descendant of matings between those populations is discernibly mixed with respect to those characters. Then that individual is a hybrid and any process producing such individuals is hybridization. Hybrids produced by an initial cross between two parental types are known as f one hybrids or the F one generation hybrids produced by matings among f one hybrids are known as F two hybrids while those produced among f two hybrids are three hybrids and so forth back cross hybrids are produced when hybrids mate with either parental type. When the resulting back cross hybrids hybrids mate again with the same parental type. The result the second back cross generation, and so forth. Hybridization occurs in a broad range of organisms and plants, and animals and fungi. Indeed, as we shall see, hybridization is a well-documented phenomenon even among bacteria. All right. What about? When a when a hybrid then hybridize with something else? Yes. In the parent that's three way and four way he talks back to. Yeah. Yes. This is what you were talking about. Crazy jungle cats..
"ketchum" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I think that that could exist. I see the thing is so. We're talking about CRYPTO. Zoology zoology. Now the the bridge between Crypto. Zoology and zoology is discovery. So do we have discovery with bigfoot. That's really the question so I would argue that with Melba Ketchum and Lloyd Pie and also just the rational case for bigfoot with Bob Gimlan on Youtube. The case for SASQUATCH. There's you basically laid it out. That's the thing there's no argument here. You basically laid it out. Like there's a primate in North America. the question is how smart is that primate and hasn't been able to avoid. Us Like for instance. The Panda in the early twentieth. Hasn't been able to avoid CRYPTO. Zoology and zoology are the exact same study. The only difference is the bridge so so when WE BRIDGE THE GAP. That is the case of discovery. That's a good point because I'm just thinking take like some of the animals they find in the bottom of the ocean like an anglerfish right. You know officials the fucking light bulb bought. It said if we didn't have you know they just had a video of the anglerfish describes that right and it's like no that doesn't exist. You're crazy you fucking but you made the you drew that up somewhere. You know what I mean. Yeah but if you bring I but I think they have core. I think I've seen a corpse of an anglerfish or Siamese Bay horrifying breath and everything. So I guess there's probably more anglerfish than there are sasquatch out there and hey that's possible all I'm saying is that you look at Melba Ketchum and the DNA evidence. There's something other than what we know and then you look at Lloyd Pie and he analyzes the DNA evidence of Neanderthal. And you know also Australia At the with Blonde girl the picket switch. Thank you for your call. Appreciate it so you know. I think. This is the first time I talked talked about bigfoot. I was GONNA say bitcoin right. You don't give me give my topics victim. Bitcoin Although I November should be it. Should be a crypto currency for the SASQUATCH investing community. Way Conversation always appreciate that.
"ketchum" Discussed on KCRW
"At six twenty this is the national conversation with All Things Considered I'm ari Shapiro as the corona virus spreads across the country some of the hardest hit groups are health care workers on the front lines tonight we're speaking with Brent Russell he is an ER doctor in Ketchum Idaho and he's just getting over covert nineteen after having been one of the first people to test positive in the state thank you for joining us and I'm glad you're feeling better thanks for having me can you tell us about the early stages of this disease how did you know it was time to be tested so I initially had to T. and but I assume that I was run down because I work night shift my in my location be implicated not that uncommon and I right yeah but then I developed fever in a cough and a runny nose and knew it was time to be tested so I got tested and then right after that was when I kind of hit the dark days of my disease or I got really sick for about two or three days are at high fever shaking chills and I got short of breath the mill the night a few times where was you know it was pretty scary because I was laying in bed I couldn't catch my breath well well I'm glad to hear that you're getting better now and we have a question about the recovery from Kristen in Pennsylvania what does recovery from covert nineteen look like and are there a lasting impact on someone's health who has had it we've heard about reports of lasting lung damage and can you tell us what you've experienced personally and what you know about the the path of recovery so you know it's too early to say what the long term effects would be of this disease but usually whenever you get over a virus when you're over it it's done there are some exceptions to that like mono which they had seen Barr virus is associated with chronic fatigue syndrome so it that last long after the bars has been you know be back by your body and in this situation a lot of people who end up in ICU with cove it has acute respiratory distress syndrome which is an overwhelming inflammatory responsible on tonight usually causes permanent damage to the lungs so you feel like that they probably will have permanent damage is your sense I use lightly come through this okay yeah I definitely didn't have that you know when I was short of breath I may have a little bit of fluid alarms and may have been yeah you know the beginning of that process but yeah I I would I would not expect to have lasting lasting impact I'm glad to hear that I I know you're not back on the job yet I would like to ask you a question based on something a doctor friend of mine in New York told me who said that if he contracts covert nineteen while treating people who have the disease he'll be expected to return to work seventy two hours after his last fever and I was surprised to learn that even though that seems soon to me that is actually the recommendation from the American medical association sure that quick turnaround worry patients well I think the database and you know they're swapping people's nose to see if they can macro virus after infection this is based on that type of data and when they're saying you go back to work they're not saying you go back to working breed everybody you're supposed to wear a mask for at least up to fourteen days after illness onset so yeah what what have you heard about how your hospital has been doing with cover nineteen patients since you've been away well we're at our area here's been very badly hit by code and if it wasn't for the fact that the rest of the state has not been we would be in a world of hurt if he was we were only able to keep our patients here not transfer them to a larger metropolitan areas would already be over well we already have too many patients for them out of bed we haven't hospital into the saving grace of the band of the rest of the state but lagging behind us in that were part of a larger health system Saint Luke's which has supported us because we are you know the focus for Kobe in Idaho so you usually see a situation where if Boise and the rest of the state S. R. seven high persons of coded we're no longer be able to transfer our patients will have to keep him here and if that happens we're almost certainly gonna be around right Dr Russell we have a question about the interactions of frontline medical workers have with so many people over the course of the day this is from Patricia in California I'm wondering does the quantity of covered virus exposure impact the severity of symptoms and if so what are the situations where someone is at risk of high lead exposure for example if I'm with a group of eight people and for have covered nineteen but don't realize it am I a greater risk than if I get exposed to just a single person it's a good question Dr Russell what can you tell us about that in general the higher the exposure of the viral load the figure you're going to get because your body cannot withstand beyond a certain amount we breathe in a hundred million viruses per day we don't get sick usually read a little bit of code your body's going to fight it off in a lot of code red it can overwhelm your body's defenses and it's also going to be able to then replicate inside your body and set up in a bad a bad situation and so the people that get mild patients will likely we don't know this but were likely exposed to much less bars and be with significant symptoms and all of the positions who have died all have been people who were exposed to massive doses because they were into baiting patients that had code before people knew that's what it was right they were exposed to massive doses do you expect that having been exposed and been through it you are now immune and that you'll be able to treat patients without getting a hit by the disease a second time more than likely in general with viruses the only would you catch again are either the ones that mutate for the ones that cause very mild infections and therefore you don't have enough well in the first part of your body immediately you know shut it down where is now I have been through a very significant infection the worst of my life and so now I've got you know tons of immunity against it so I think it would be very unlikely for someone with a significant case of code to get it again someone who has a symptomatic though it's a different story right Dr Russell let me end by asking you this question from heather in South Carolina who asks one of the recommendations for health care workers families with a husband on the front line as an in patient physician I expect he will be exposed at some point in the so will we all what guidance do you have for heather well at our hospital we're coming in were taken off her street clothes putting on scrubs and then with every patient were wearing protective gear you know disposable down the gloves and so that you know it was that in place the chancellor's bring it home to our families is low but it's not zero and is there anything you would recommend that the family members do specifically you know the only thing you really do is basically away but that's a big ask family members over appeared upbeat about how long this is going to last you know you can do that for a week or two but with the untenable for a year well so.
"ketchum" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Of us guys. I don't like that this respect in some cases when I guess all aboard burn flags and not allowing some conservatives speak a. lecture them in college because I don't agree with them you know that's not right there's two sides to every story the mission it listen to on a lot of them don't want they just want that one side the hell with the alma if you want to go to have their first amendment right yeah you farted so everyone could see what they wanted to start trying. that's why this generation needs to be remembered that's what this project so I think so. you can check with other people actually I feel the H. uniform everybody of every all the other veterans and I'll speak to more. they also they echo what you say that you guys fought to keep freedom and it was the ultimate sacrifice so many casualties well I'm I I have another connection with my family my brother in law was in the army. and he was on in the army and over on. but time and carregando right and what he told me on the. this is experiences there and being one of those guys were really here rooms. and the desk moderate following Japanese. you know some good the name but I don't know I'm still gonna feeling I followed him since eighteen no nineteen twelve when I go figure Russia then they came in and took Manchuria the call of men chuckle. then they went into China and they were killing civilians not just army military. form you probably read about it yeah maybe some on the air Ketchum on a band then it was terrible times right the man came right it was terrible time or you. the Philippines the way they treated the prisoners not only we had a lot of Filipino. people who military working mothers..
"ketchum" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Community you're out of active service and rain core you're out of the sacred offense unless Bernie Sanders ask you to come back into the arena what what's your calling now what's the calling for the first year well the reason I wrote the book with I wanted to pass on what I've learned along the way but really the lie it was the absolute joy of serving along side marine to kept me there. yeah it was it was more than just the marines I wouldn't in the marine corps as in the U. S. marine corps I was answerable to all of you in this room for how we get our operations for what the spending of your money the combat we went through and I've I I really had a love affair with US constitution I I even enjoy reading the doggone thing just re reading again did you find great things that you know that you think you read it ten times a hundred times you find something else in that it's great and it's really the idea that this is so precious that it probably can't even be taught do you help pressures you've got almost sense it as you read it and think of these young and old guys sitting there starting with the declaration and when they sign that they know they're signing their lives on the line I mean if King George Ketchum they're dead at all there is to it that the waking the dead it you know and for us to have this today this experiment seem so precious to me that I will commit whatever I can to help young people become the leaders they want to be I don't care if it's in business for their diocese or in their small town or wherever it is and I don't have all the answers but I can tell here's what worked for me if I don't know whether to thank you as secretary Mattis or general Mattis or Jim Mattis him Madison do fine thank you..
"ketchum" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Three Dunkin rather. And stamina by that gave me good start. Well, then Abidjan brother-in-law was Greenbury Ketchum rather tests like that catch him. So. Oh, Jerry was like is rather like that guy. Green berries, very quiet reserved and. His money and wealth the way but back then so he he'd be a good, man. They thought more and more that okay? If we're gonna spank probably we've got to get out of there. And there's no one. Better horseman, then I bracket. Was in. You talk about. Excellent. Cowboys. Don't get me wrong. They're they're excellent. Cowboys did. But they. Ira with the master cattle master horseman and judge or splash and can take horses making right further and faster than any man living. So they decided they needed him. But to get him to okay, then they ask him to help. No, not me. I'm not going to get involved with that. Dan that said well, remember. I told you about that Bill. We did down in eagle pass and with my brothers Gillers. And it just made sleep a lot better after we did that. I could do the same for you up in Denver because see earlier. Ira had been ran out of Denver and his brother had been killed. And then there was a reward outs for Irish somebody come kill IRA. Then there'd be reward for him. And I had known miss and as such he had lived in three creek under an alias. So it was that. Jumped in it can be taken care of and there'd be better than money for IRS. Yeah. So there was extra incentive for IRA bracket. Is if tap Dunkin could take care of this guy who would rat him out of Denver, and who was threatening his life. That would be worth being involved in a Bank robbery. That is correct something. He would not do it never would have done it for money. But to protect your family. Let me ask you this a chat. Is there? Any indication in any of the papers that you found or the family history. The tap Dunkin had done robberies. I mean, clearly there is a a familiarity between him and members of the wild bunch. And clearly he had carried out acts of frontier Justice, you lay it out. I mean, according to what you've learned tap and his brothers killed the people who had been responsible for hanging their brother, and he had other people that he shot in self defense. Is there any indication that he rode with the wild bunch other than this win amok robbery, and and held up any trains or banks or anything like that? Very very little one of the things he got three member about that Dunkin his life only was excellent same stress and see every time. She would see Bill. Made all of his clothing, and whenever he was somebody would come by. The go-to research hap it off and give them literally the shirt off his back and then. And he got picked up somewhere else. Shirts. Mary duncan. Got blamed for a lot of things that he didn't do because of the folding. He had given away that habit. Name. He probably wise a degree as an acquaintance of which gas. They had signs blamed bath doing some of the things that but Cassie had done, which Cassidy blamed tab Dunkin or dropped his name in some way. Yeah. Is that a joke or he did it on purpose to get him in trouble or just because some kind of outlaw Umer, I think this kind of humor smart, mostly. The ANC robbery in Colorado. Earlier. They said Duncan was buried there. And that's an example of of. France. Alright, Jeff, I guess.
"ketchum" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"So this is a shame and secret survey this was filled out by a guy who calls himself. Ash ketchum. I believe he's filled out. Surveys before for us. He is gay was in his twenties was raised in a pretty dysfunctional environment was the victim of sexual abuse. Never reported it. He writes, I was abused by a student in kindergarten second grade was into it. And never thought it was abuse. Until I kept writing it in this box over the last few years, older brothers and cousins made me and my other younger cousin kiss when we were kids as they all looked on covertly incested by my mother in ways that I am not comfortable sharing here. He's also been physically and emotionally abused writes first generation Caribbean. American mother, aunt and grandmother would beat us with belts shoes. Power chords hands. Ring are years if we acted up in public slap the back of our legs et cetera. And he also has a. Really homophobic per other any positive experiences with people who abused. The first two abusers were friends in school. We had fun including the abuse. That was literally a game we would play and secret, and I got off metaphorically unplugging that game in public the first student, and I would play in the class while everyone slept at naptime the second and I would play in the bathroom at school. I guess this complication is what leads me to think it wasn't. Use. I don't hate my mother, probably she's a good cook. And when my brothers, and I were young. She liked mother us with food and buying our clothes. But now, she's just passive aggressive and too dependent on that identity. Darkest thoughts don't really have dark thoughts. I just ruminate all the time thinking about any failure or challenge from conversations. I wish I never said that one cringely thing arguments where I just thought of the perfect retort thirteen years later, two answers on a test chosing a fucking stupid major in school to choosing a school. I never should have been at because I let my mother's shitty. Lack of faith in me. Tell me black people couldn't make video games almost every second of the day. I'm rehashing something or else fantasizing dark secrets the covert, incest. The nightly physical abuse is a preteen and being a bully in elementary school. Sexual fantasies most powerful to you more and more frequently lately when I jerk off when I'm close to orgasm. I'll switch from the porn..
"ketchum" Discussed on The Polygon Show
"That's true. Do you need a TV I probably need a TV yet. But Chelsea is. I also TV. Talk. Want me to watch it on your you want me to watch a movie. No. Nine on your forecast getting rid of TV. I'm not talking about my TV. Listen, we can argue over who's gonna buy later much later, literally any other time. Yes. The point is all play in the valley of God's on it, whatever it is and looking credible. I will be in nineteen twenties each I also I really appreciate that narrative choice because in the nineteen twenties people were fucking obsessed with Egypt white people fucking Egypt and that time period. Like that aesthetic is fascinating. But I'm glad that they're exploring that with archaeologists and filmmakers who are people of color and not the white people who are fucking obsessed with Egypt, Giannis, it'll be interesting if they play into that at all like the. To help people exotic sized Egypt back then. See also, we all have fire watch ESPN, Chelsea you of it too. Right. I do I do. I do you judging me. No. I just didn't wanna sue Leno Simone. I love fire walk. Yeah. Fire. Just is just got what else are we very excited for I wanna? wouldn't wanna go. I was gonna say I wanted to talk about this weird. Indie game. I saw because I watched the kind of funny game showcase. And so I ended this to the list, but it was a game called Abe out. And I was like, whoa. This looks amazing because it's basically a game where you're an ape escaping from a lab and you have to go down the floors of the lab, but it looks like hotline Miami visuals and action every time you say Abe escape Chelsea though. It's called ape out every but you're always like 'cause even the dock Chelsea at Rin like an ape scaping from the lab and escape. There's there's any way escape start freaking out. But it's not it's not if escape I'm so sorry. It does look really like cool with the visuals visuals are really stunning. And I like this idea of like the is getting out and how semantically similar is it too. I don't know. I've never really both about apes escaping. No. So Abe escape is where you're playing as a human. Oh, sounds like Asha Ketchum, and he has a big net. And he's trying to catch the eight. Well, this is the opposite. You have a little opposites until it's it's sort of in communication with APIs gape as a work of art questioning the morals that that were implied by that video. I think Abe escape posits a question. And now decades later ape out answers it. Yeah. Yes. True. Also, apes are monkeys are terrifying. If they're big enough, and I do believe they can do a lot of damage. Monk? You're right. Thank you ever. I both of them frighten me, I'm sorry. Like, it's even more stylized. I think than than hollow Miami. God at least had some little like, I don't know if it was sixteen better what? But like some details, and this is almost like colored blocks. Yeah. And it's very very it's pretty cool looking and bloody because the vulva game. I wanted to quickly say we have a couple least tune into new games on here other animal crossing. So maybe just to throw those in as well. It looks like Nintendo. I mean, we can even mention things that aren't on our list. Like, that's true. The switch has a really cool. You're going coming up with both so animal crossing. And then we also had Joshi crafted world on our lists. Which looks really cute like she's Willie world style. Like pretty much more of that. Which is fine more Annette or up fire emblem three houses, which I'm personally very excited for because I'm sorry. Excuse me, pay. Sorry, lows that I'm really happy. It was a snort of happiness at Charing the title of that Three house. three else's. It's a real estate game fire on three houses. Three. Hell I'm so glad they're finally doing the SIMS cross that I've always wanted houses expansion houses in this one. In the sense. They've gone like, nightlife, and jobs and pets and fire them, they're just now getting houses. Walls. It's just you were setting up these people on that relationship and having them have kids, but they had nowhere to live..
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"ketchum" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"My alternate theory is dog like eat something isn't that behaves meant that he wasn't supposed to eat and it made him sick what i would and probably should've just shut the cadmium door and captain how long how did you not noticed the dog with your one is the only thing to your door night when people say like you had one job because like normally like that that that website or whatever in link yet one job guy that worked at the fast food please refill the ketchum dispensers no good at a much yeah there's a he's probably work at the counter and flip in britain leg is like there's not there's not one guy you think mcdonald's harissa guides like now just sit here and watch the ketchup dispenser and winning run data catch up he put it back in isn't people have more than one job right but jake here a did only have one had one goddamn job and just like watching the dog you were there to watch the dog it's out likely not specifically there to keep the dog help appease yeah exactly jake failed in like jake you seem like a great guy he write a hell of an email you're not the best dog watcher yet or is certainly not the mas observing yes um i think the doug eight something and i don't i don't i don't get a sense of how long he makes it seem like his friend isn't back yet yeah yeah that's all i'm curious exactly how long does he says like longterm is that mean like months or is it days here yeah if i'm being honest and i'm always on us tom.
"ketchum" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"They have multiple options it's probably geo ginzalo who starts regional three for us ritual don't love it yeahrichil or ketchum mired in americayou have scarcely anders in that role i like him ii would rather by the way thanks for listening stevei did i heard the beginning of the utah collegue judas electric billi know this is gonna find those entire to him trying to make me read newyorker article in the order driving the usatodayso like iiisuzuki just semi texas says macethat's why justinwilson with vertebrae inder makes a lot of sense because if you can get justinwilson to you yet another on if i'm getting it are i the one about maybe availa niger say we'll take on the contracts you give us both those guys single justin's thing that's interesting about this to me though is that the dodgers don't necessarily need your dominic guy who can go eat innings carr's all they're going to do is try to get you forget filed the dunno and that's about vernon yesterday the doverlanderwe went six innings that's it cowardice i don't only give it i just i like trading for guys who have been very good yeahl guys were iaaf as we would multiple saying roy was i agree with brian though it's how your kitchen right now and here's the reason why the dodgers should be will be eight an overwhelming favorite over the nationals has nothing to do with the starting pistol pay dodgers have the best bullpen and baseball washington has the worst bullpen in baseball they've got a 519era hiccup alarms that died ours by the way in murmur their 4thnba starters go to the bullpen to you know they go trade barriers tanner roar handed starter sees off i mean the the nationalsthenationals will get by on those first who starters.