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Fresh update on "knox" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Good afternoon. Rich. Are you doing just great. It has been an abysmal start for the Jets. But maybe a ray of hope for today with with not only Sam Darnold back, but Mukai Beckton, the rookie left tackle who had performed well, although Jamison Crowder is out today. Yes, Absolutely. So on that an active front quarterbacks and Donald is back after missing the last two games, you two right shoulder sprain as you said Macaque Beckton. Another Another highlight for the Jets in terms of active would be the second round. Rookie Gentlemen's Sideline since the start of training camp with hamstring issues. He's activated and will be expected to see his first action as a jet. On the kicking front. The Jets have elevated their kicker Sergio Castillo, from the practice. What he will be the start of the chicken is out with the growing on the Buffalo Bills and who come in with a foreign to record and leading a entering the game New without four starters in terms of Josh Brown. You see John Brown, left guard Cody Ford, Josh Norman, Tight end Dawson, Knox and linebacker troll dust over that. On Friday, Lee Smith was added to the covert 19 reserve with yesterday she told me after the game on, but in terms of the active front for Buffalo quarterback surveyed for devious White and Cam Lewis active So they'll be able to take over a lot of staff before Josh Norman, who said it's out of the game in terms of the bill, they come as I said, leading the NFC East with a foreign to record come off a short week, having lost two games in a row they lost at home in the chief's on Monday night. In terms of just has me as your any alluded tube. Coming to the game with the dreadful over six record off road 20 for nothing. Shut out on the road in Miami last week, a zit continue to question head coach at engaged job security right now for the gestures as much talk about scouting quit Clemson quarterback Trevor Laurence Games as expected. Number one draft against her is on their current roster for the game..
Fresh update on "knox" discussed on WGR Programming
"Know the weather in the East Rutherford where the game is. It's 51 degrees bears guys. Right now. A mixture of clouds and sunshine turn mostly cloudy during the game with a high of about 53. There's 51 right now our main San carpaccio is with us in the Northwest Bank broadcast booth south. First things first, the outbreak of covert in the tiny room it really, as you pointed out very well in the pregame Really doesn't have a big effect on today's game anyway. Um, no, that's right, Mark because you have to think of the four players who went on the reserve list. Three weren't going to play in this game anyway. Of course, Dawson Knox was already Ruled out of the game with an injury. And then you had Nate Becker on the practice squad, and Tommy Sweeney, who's on the published The On Ly Active roster player eligible to play in this game on the list is Lee Smith and Lee Smith Place. Probably a couple snaps a game even when he's active, you know, speak into the roster, I guess. When they, uh when they let Quentin Spain go earlier this week, I anticipated Jon Feliciano might be ready to play. He's not active today. He remains on injured reserve. What's going on there? Do you think how long they wait for? Well, they only can wait two more days where he has to be active by activated by Tuesday afternoon, but I think it's encouraging that they did put Carol Dodson and I are did not replace him with someone on the 53 man roster. To me, That means they're saving that spot. For Jon Feliciano early next week, But in the meantime, look like like butter is going to be the one to go here at left guard. Remember, he filled in for Cody Ford when Ford went out last week against the Chiefs, one more thing for you, Sal, and that's the depth that corner. Beck is an issue Now, with all the guys out, you know, I think it is, But I think at least you're playing a team here that has limited options. You have Denzel names making his NFL debut. Sure, he's very talented. He's never played NFL snap, though. Jamison Crowder guys. He has been the leading receiver against the Bills in every single game. He's playing the Jets uniform. He is not active today. He will not play for this team for star Peri Man. He's a good player, but I think the Jets are gonna have problems matching up against the bills anyway. From their wide receiver standpoint, carpaccio thanks will be checking with you throughout the course of the game. There's 15.
Fresh update on "knox" discussed on WGR Programming
"19 positive test of the 2020 regular season. News of tight end Dawson Knox testing positive Yesterday, the Bills Lee Smith, Nate Becker and Tommy Sweeney. They go to the Reserve Koven list as a precaution. Elevated for the Bills. Duke William's offense of Lyman, Jordan, Debbie Covert Replacements, cornerback Dane Jackson and linebacker Andre Smith. The bills On a two game losing streak. The Jets are on a year long losing streak. Bad football vibes going to try to.
Fresh update on "knox" discussed on WGR Programming
"It's Sunday and the Bills are unbeaten on the weekends, by the way, just putting that out there. Your beat on Sunday. That's one beats a great Hashtag unbeaten on Sunday, and it is absolutely gorgeous Football weather today. I'm here at the Bill Stadium, obviously, because that's where we broadcast the road games from the normal radio booth for home games on just walking in here, It's just feels like it's a perfect fall Football. Day and I will tell you it's a little warmer in New Jersey. But it's also I think, still perfect. We're thinking supposed to be mid fifties. But Sonny, maybe some rain later later in the day, all things a chance for the actual game, So I think it's a really nice Sunday to have some football very good. So whether looks good injury report. Meanwhile, let's get that out of the way First, it might take half a segment. We've got a lot to get to with injuries, including the bill's having their first news really of covert 19 getting not necessarily in the facility. But Dawson knocks the positive test, which means the tight ends have had to be Hold aside and even a funny story a little bit about Tyler Kroft not being exposed because I missed meetings with the birth of his daughter. So congratulations to Tyler Cross on the birth of his daughter, Grace. So all right. What do you want to start The Kobe list in the tiger? Sure. Well, let me let me let me just kind of put it all may be a lot easier for me to understand what's going on here because there's a lot of movement yesterday on the roster due to everything. So, as you pointed out, Dawson Knox tested positive for covert 19 due to contact tracing and people that he was in close contact with three other tight ends and himself. They were all put on the reserve coded list. Obviously that includes Lee Smith. Nate Becker and Tommy Sweeney. Here's the thing. Nate Becker was on the practice squad. He wasn't even on the active roster. Tommy Sweeney was on the published He wasn't even on the active roster. And Dawson Ox wasn't going to play in this game. He was already ruled out. There's on Ly one player that went on the coded list that actually was even eligible to play in this game. And that was Lee Smith. And Lee Smith plays like two snaps whenever he's actually even active, so I went back and looked. You're my tweeted this out yesterday. There were so many people kind of like just Oh, my God. Wait. You do. They've no tight ends. Williams has to play tight and they're going to sign anybody. What are you going to do? Hold on a second that the bills normally dressed, three tight ends. And out of those three tight ends. The third guy plays like two snaps, and even the second guy doesn't play that much. It's generally one tight end place about 30 to 40 snaps. The second sight end in some games might get upto 20. They might divide it, but normally he's around 10. Then the third tight end hardly place. There's really no difference here in what's going on. Then what would have happened? Whether or not this cold outbreak happened? I'm talking about on the field. Obviously, it's a It's not a good situation. But there's really no difference other than your you might miss Lee Smith for two snaps and I'm not kidding. I'm not trying to be funny about that. But that's really what is happening here. So in the meantime, they will activate too tight ends because As you said Tyler Kroft isn't on that list for that reason for the birth of his child, Reggie Gilliam. Also, for whatever reason, it's not on the list. He could have been in a special teams meeting. He could've been a runningback meeting. For all we know. I mean, the guy lines up in the backfield sometimes right, so, but he was not on that list, so they'll have them those activated. And who knows? Maybe Gilliam doesn't play that much. Maybe it's crossed the hallway. The other thing. All that is Bill's Plame or 10 personnel than any team in the league 21% of their snaps this year. 21% have been in 10 personnel. That's a lot and that means what four wide receivers according to sharp football, by the way, that's where I got the stats from, but sure so so they don't have to have more tight ends. Now. What did they do? Here's what happens. The league allows you once you do place players from the active roster on the cove in 19 list. They allow you free replacements. You can get them from your practice squad. You consign them off the street. But that's not ideal because it's Saturday. You can't do that. I wouldn't be ready. There's protocols. So the bill's got to free elevations just for those guys which are knocks, even though he was out, you still get that Ian Lee Smith. Those two elevations are Dane Jackson and Andre Smith, cornerback in linebacker. The Bills also get as every other team does to free practice squad elevations. Anyway, every week. Those guys are wide receiver Duke William's an offensive lineman, Jordan Debbie, So four players from the practice squad will come up. Four players get put on the covert list, but only two are actually active roster players, and one of them wasn't going to play anyway, right? So it's almost like somehow the numbers game worked out, so the bill's got a lot more players. That So you're playing players. You know, it sounds weird, and you don't want to say it. You don't want it to sound like that right? But the bills actually probably have more healthy able bodies to play in this game than before they did before the covert situation, right? So five players out as of Friday's report, a number of questionable as well, The players that are out let's run through them quickly. We know why Dawson Oxes out. Wide receiver John Brown didn't practice all week knee injury He missed Two weeks ago. We tried to come back last week. It was ankle. Now it's knee. Is it? Is it all the same leg? Sal isn't a nagging injuries that the kind of thing that bills fans should be concerned about long term. Good question on the same leg. I'm not positive. So I'd really not saying that because I didn't really check each one. But I remember when he did it reaggravated caf during practice Couple weeks ago, he still play but he was clearly not himself on Monday night. I mean, you could tell from the get go. I remember right after the Hail Mary. I'm sorry about the Hail Mary. The flea flicker right after the fleet liquor. I said, oh, man. He's limping and the rest of the game. He limped. He couldn't get any separation off the line of scrimmage and he had no no catches in the game. He had one target that He dropped early in the game, and then he had a couple more targets later, but he didn't have any catches. But now he's in a situation where he's going to have to sit out at least a week here to get that knee ready, and we don't know what the Situation is after this week. It's good news. They didn't put him on injured reserve, obviously, so we'll see with him. Cody Ford. We saw him get rolled up. I think everybody knew he probably wasn't gonna be available this week. He hasn't practiced this week and again, I'll say not put on I r which is encouraging at least because if you go on I r. That means the team saying, We know we won't have any for three weeks, so Now we have John Brown and Cody Ford both not on I R but not playing. So you hope that they'll be back sometime before the three weeks And maybe that's what the team is hoping to roll. Dodson. That's different. He did get placed on injured reserve. So they're basically saying, we know we're not gonna have him for three weeks, so Now that that could be a tough situation. If you don't have Matt Milano. I will say this, though Matt Milano practiced all week last week in some capacity. He did not play on Monday. I don't know if that meant he was close, but at least it was encouraging to me to tell me he might have been close and the fact they didn't put him on I r originally, you know these guys, they understand timelines and doctors and things. Tells me that I would not be surprised at all. If Matt Molano place today, you know he was limited practice all week this week. So write again with Dodson going on I R in Milano in Milano practicing this week. In fact, the practice last week, though, didn't play tells me maybe they're feeling now Andre Smith to get called up one, the one with the backer. But, you know, I just I think we have a chance for Molano to play today. But, you know, we'll see what happens. Yeah, the practice squad moves. It's kind of fun. You can read between the lines and try and figure out what's gonna happen. So Andre Smith Is something to watch it linebacker at cornerback Dane Jackson coming up this is that a coin flip between Cam Lewis and maybe it's white, both listed as questionable, devious..
Fresh update on "knox" discussed on Investor's Edge
"The NASDAQ had 11 434 today. You got that? From the lows. Rallied up 114 points. Was down about 60. 72 at the low. And as I said, when you have a chance, go look at that. Pull back. Get down. Is down, 28, but at the low today was 28 149 down 1 80 sit was down 201 96 2 to 14. See how I do that quickly. I'm a human abacus. The S and P 500 today finished up 12 at one time today was down 11. And we're actually hearing there's no way there's going to be a stimulus before the election win, But I thought the market's gonna crash if there's no stimulus Wrong. So we are letting you know this market is set up to get jacked to the upside next week. Now we also want to mention a few things that I just make note off. Amazon and they report Thursday and who knows what the hell's going to happen could go up 300 down 300, But we'll let you know it's still trading below that 50 day moving average, but Amazon Is down. 35 40 bucks today finish up 28 a volley of buying into the clothes. Last 15 minutes went up 30 bucks. Then, as we look at other stuff, we just noticed his a few things. You ready? Shopify holds the 50 Day today doesn't mean it holds it Monday. Just one Get up. Giulio just names and they report next week and Shopify ports in next week's holds a 21 Day today. Google don't know why it keeps rallying up a little bit as the Justice Department gives them the middle finger. Beats the heck out of us wouldn't bad news is brought up. It's usually decent news. And as I just go through my leading growth name book. A lot of them were down pretty decently early and a lot of up, please pretty decently at the close. Simple Is that possibly setting things up very nicely for next week. I actually can't even wait for Monday. I'm going to do what we call The double scan. On Monday for Monday. What's might double scam In case you do not know what we do is we will go through about 1000 stock so we could go through them quickly. We have this thing setup where keeps moving, and we go through. It goes like 100 stocks every minute and were able to stop it when we see something. As we say, a photo album looking for familiar faces. And then we start writing these things down, but we already have the list down, so really checking things off and it gives us a good feel for it. And the next thing we will do, we will go through. You know, 50 to 100 growth names will do them separately. And will do them a second time. And then we will write down when they report earnings or if they report earnings. And then we start going at it. Simple is that And then we'll do another part of it. We're okay. What? Is dead money. What we could tell you right now. Golden Silver gold. So Overstocks remain dead money right now, not in a bear market, but not bullish anymore. Rangebound underneath resistance. Enough to worry about golden silver. I don't have to worry about oils. They bounced up a little bit. No big deal. Commodities. We fall about 30 names but about 26 of them. We don't have to worry about how's it look like they will topped out even though they bounced a little bit today grant of that, But we really have to worry about right now because we think housing Looks to do what Golden Silver started due in 10 12 weeks ago, and that is go rangebound or worse. And then there's a whole list of things that that looks like crap. Don't have to worry Intel. So you don't have to pay attention to it. American Express was down four today on earnings. CIA. Now that's amazing, because if he see my American Express bill is you would think the stock would be skyrocketing. Then again, my American Express bills are down 70% from the norm because I haven't traveled. You know, I used to travel every 2 to 3 Weeks and vacation six times a year. I've done nothing since fairy boy. Oh, by the way, my vacations are working vacations. I go to Europe. The market opens two or three o'clock. I go to Hawaii. The market open market opens for AM I go to Japan. The market opens at midnight. Knox used a nine PM and guess what we do we adjust. Our clocks are little clocks on our brains for each one. And when people you know, when somebody comes in the room, they see four computers. They're like, What am I doing? Their show. We got four computers that were able to travel with wherever we go. It's it's one big, gigantic office. By the way, they're the same computers that are sitting in front of me right now in my office. It's a great part of my business. And my staff right now they're all their houses, so it's like the norm. Anyway, That's the story going into next week, and we'll see what happens. I doubt we'll get any news on the stimulus front. It just doesn't feel like there's going to be any I don't think there's only any reason for Pelosi tohave it on the right to be fair. McConnell with the Senate. They don't want to do it. They they say it's too big. So all you want employ people that can't afford your next meal that tell me to go Screw yourself. How do you feel now, about these people? But what we say about all that we don't We don't pull any punches. Just stand up comedy at its finest, But you have to cry about it because they're the ones running the joint. Sometimes I wonder how our stop lights work..
The Los Angeles Clippers Have Fired Doc Rivers
"Another myth another legend was fired Bob and I don't you were shocked as I was I, didn't see this coming where Doc rivers we had on the podcast you and I are both huge fans of doc as a human being as a coach. I don't. I. Don't know where I stand right now. Obviously, he is blown some big leads the latest being one in the bubble. Denver and with a team that let's face it. Steve. Balmer paid doc rivers big money to win a championship not not be eliminated by the Denver Nuggets in the in the western conference semifinals so Valid or not valid to let doc rivers go. I knew that we all knew that losing another three to one was not a good thing to have on on anyone's resume to do it twice in. Three years. And the do it with this owner as you said, who invested the overpaid for the team I think even by modern standards that teams are worthy he he got a little giddy with his two billion dollar plus purchase of the clippers the Lakers we could see but not the clippers. So okay, he's invested in this and I worried about it a little bit but I didn't think it would happen. I thought it was a possibility of Steve Bomber angry. But, I, thought it was an of course couching it. It's mutual ha you know coming out of the usual walk away from that money it's the modern. Thing to do that say it's mutual nationally I felt badly because I am very proprietary to a doctor and I have communicate with him already. But. It's understandable that an owner. Successful businessman. Odyssey's bomber is a highly successful with that investment. I I don't know what I don't know Jeff is the level of his own personal basketball acumen. I don't know how much he thinks. He knows he knows more doesn't knows more than that part I don't know you know. Here's what I'll tell you about. Here's what I'll tell you I. Don't think this was all Steve. Balmer. My guess is Jerry West who they pay a ton of money as a consultant. Okay. As a consultant. Yeah. Good point is Jerry West played a significant. In this move and now the question will be. What what's next in the big thing with doc and you and I know this we've been around enough. Great human being great communicator. But the biggest words that you would hear from players about doc dating back to the Celtics was a little bit of a Country Club, right? It's it's easy doctors a practice much. Older players veterans love, them. Again it's where you want to go to and the latter part of your. Extend Your career. and You wonder if that played a huge part here because certainly the clippers didn't look like there were in tiptop condition in the bubble weather. It was Knox fault whether it's back that mantras Harrow had a death in the family and didn't come into the bubble too late whether it's a fact that Lou Williams left the bubble and came back the Patrick Beverley. There were there were a lot of issues. But ultimately. It. Probably does follow on doc in a sense that you had the pieces you had the pieces. You shouldn't be watching if you're the clippers, you can't be watching the Los Angeles Lakers right now compete for
Buffalo Bills are practicing again
"The Buffalo Bills were back at practice on Thursday and preparations for their matchup this Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams, who come to town to take on the bills in a matchup of 22 and Oh, team's number of players return to the practice field, including Cole Beasley at Oliver Theron Johnson all after missing Wednesday's practice, however, there were some that did not practice yesterday. Zac Moss Not practice for a second straight day to a due to a tow issue. Dawson Knox still dealing with a concussion, and Dal Shaun Phillips did not practice for a second straight day, as well that Milano, Tremaine Evans and John Brown were all involved. In practice.
"knox" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Chrome. Today, we're going to take a look at the mystery of the gold. If there is any at Fort, Knox will initially the four began to evolve. It also began to grow surrounding lands were bought up and converted into additional grounds. The situation dictated for security. A modern side is now protected by one hundred, nine thousand acres of US Army, territory, and deep inside the structures a seventy five year old vault that is known the world over for the gold that it protects. But there is a wide belief that there is no gold the main evidence behind that belief that vault is. Empty is twofold firstly, only a handful of people have ever been inside the vault itself and the goal that is believed to be there has not been audited since amid nineteen seventies, the bunker has been deemed to be highly classified and as a classified venue, it is not somewhere that the government will simply open the doors for the general public. So how did that gold get there? If there is any goals left well, initially once construction was completed two gold bars were shipped by US mail and ferried in by an underground mine car. There were nine of these cars they were accompanied by a team of sharpshooters all armed with machine-guns go. Also made part of the journey by an army convoy protected by US Cavalry Brigade Fort Knox is really empty then it raises the question as to why this is. So one possible answer might surprise a few people gold and Gold Bouillon experts consider Fort Knox is in Florence or importance to be waning the decline of the iconic building likely began in nineteen seventy one when the United States started to move away from the gold standard up until. This point Americans had a much healthier belief in the currency whatever goal is left inside the vaults. Now considered an asset on a balance sheet and not part of the monetary system anymore but it isn't all doom and gloom for the four even if there isn't any gold in Fort Knox that may still be needed in the future as a depository because gold is still the ultimate and money at the very least and it's an ultimate in symbolism. Afford Knox was brought to you in part by internationally recognized Psychic Medium Sharon Bauer author the Book Life Eternal Love Immortal and by audio books of adventure and life on the edge that you can get at Kit crumb dot com, and remember you can visit my website choose a book that drop me an email at kit kate crummy at gmail.com with your choice and I'll send you that book for free. and. Don't forget to listen. Wednesday. To Social and political analyst Ray Ruckus when he explains how political polls work I'm kid chrome. Thanks for listening..
The Bung Siriboon Case
"In early June Two Thousand Eleven Ciragan Sarah Boone affectionately nine nicknamed bone was happy and brought thirteen-year-old halfway through her first year of high school. The previous few years had been full of change and adjustment. The Bung showed great resilience and face stage challenge head on. She was born in Thailand on December thirty, hundred, ninety seven and had an older sister Syrup own whose nickname Pang complimented her own. Deceased. His parents divorced when both goes was still young. In two, thousand, four, the mother Veneto travelled to Melbourne for a holiday and fell in love with a local named Fred Paterson. The past iding touch off the return time and two years. Later Fred Move Thailand The couple married and Fred became a loving father to Bung Pang. In two thousand tonight the family decided to move to Melbourne. said that Pang now seventeen and bomb edge ten could have the advantage of an Australian education. I purchased the home in the eastern suburb of Baranya and the go settled in. Pang completed the equivalent of a high school education while bunk took English classes and attended the local primary school. She seemed became best friends with a classmate ninety Yami Hilla who also lived in the area. The army was often bullied by students. The Bung always stood up for her. When it was time for the two friends to start school several years later, they both unrolled A. College. They met age morning to walk to school then ambled home together in the afternoon. The. Eight hundred and fifty made along route along residential Straits only took about ten minutes to Compla-? Here is wrong. Why has everyone put their furniture out on the street she asks Her Dad Fred explains about rubbish. It seems ridiculous when he says it out loud. Where and her family come from everything is reused every last scrap of paper every empty tin. Bong. It's fascinated. Can we go and look? They spend a moaning, wondering the paths of Barnea glimpsing into the lives of others wondering why such useful looking things have been discarded. They see sagging chairs and old TV as and dented bicycles. Plastic Children's toys. Fred feels a bit guilty to see it all. To realize how much we take for granted. But bungalows too young and innocent cynical thoughts. She is -tective anthropologist a treasure hunter. It's a peculiar family outing but for. Everything is an adventure. Plants Flowers in the front garden anew house with him Mom's sister and dad when they install a water fountain. Magpies wobble above them in the twisting white arms of gums and the House starts to feel like home. It was raining on the morning of Thursday June two thousand eleven bong eight egg gro soup for breakfast. Then set off the school. Let around half Pasta cooling out by mom see you later as she left. Yami was being driven that day due to the weather the bung was content to walk. She was wearing a school uniform address with blue and white stripes as well as black. Dunlop volley runners what socks a blue raincoat and blue baton backpack. A neighbor who lived three doors down on nosy straight. So her walking regular route shortly after eight thirty. But when her teacher to grow call minutes later. There was no sawn of bone. Nor did she attend any of her other classes throughout the day? Though bungs absence was unusual and immediately noticed by by friends and teachers. There was issue md that she was unwell and nobody followed up the matter with her family. Bank typically returned home from school by three forty pm but that afternoon, there was no sign of her. She had left him eyeball phone at home in accordance with school rules, and shortly after four o'clock just the Vineeta with starting to wonder where her daughter was. The phone rang. It was bunks best friend Diani cooling to remind Bong about a football game that was scheduled to play the following day. Diani told Fred Vineeta. The Bung hadn't been at school and Penny immediately said in. The couple drive directly to Baranya hearts call agent spoke with the school principal who confirmed the Bung had been absent and staff had assumed she was sick. Off too quickly searching the school grounds Fred, and Veneto drive to Knox police station to report door. Missing. Police took a statement from them but were unable to do anything further as bunk hadn't been missing alone. I advised the couple to rate you out to all of their family and friends to ensure bung wasn't with someone else. Fred and Vineeta cold and visited all of bungs France, but no one had seen her. The army informed them that her mother had driven her to school that morning because of the rain they had stopped briefly at the goals regular meeting spot hoping to offer Bunga lift but hadn't seen. Fred and Vineeta was so distraught that they couldn't eat or sleep that not. Only, the next morning they returned to the police station to officially report bunk missing detectives to drop the case.
Activist Frank Nitty's Walk From Milwaukee Concludes At March On Washington
"By by taking taking a a look look at at yesterday's yesterday's march march on on Washington, Washington, which which was was held held here here in in Washington, Washington, D. D. C. C. Thousands Thousands of of people people came came to to the the National National Mall Mall to to participate participate in in the the action action known as the commitment march to protest police violence and racial injustice. So we figured we let you know Whether we talk shop Fact or skinny, light skinned about skin black lives matter black people. Face a symbolic tell Cohn Every time we walk, speak up. SAP. Job drive and, yes, brain. No, just there's a knee upon the neck of democracy, and our nation can only live so long without the oxygen of freedom. We just march 750 miles from Milwaukee was causing 24 days the gear because we're not going to stop until we get Chang That was the Reverend Al Sharpton, Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Martin Luther King. The third and the final voice you heard was Frank's Ncba, better known as Frank Nitti. He is a Milwaukee activists who like he said, walked 750 miles from Wisconsin to Washington, D. C. And Frank Nitti, miss with us Now. Welcome. Thank you for joining us, man. That's amazing. I haven't watched any media or hurting any of anything. But I really never looking myself religions of myself or anything like that. I'm all about like the message and coming together. So how do you feel? I mean, as you say, you know, you walked A long way. How you feel you tired? Is your body tired? Um, actually, I feel amazing. Believe it or not, I don't know how it was like a very spiritual journey for some reason. Even the last day I had walked 40 miles that morning, and then the group walked 42 miles in the Washington D. C that later on that evening, and my body was so fine And so is that like, literally, The last 20 miles, and there was a lady that came up. She came out. She said she was looking for me for four hours, and she was crying. And she had her kids, whether she like you're doing what nobody else could do. You know, Um, you're doing it for my kids. And you know this is such a big thing. And you almost There's a little bit more to go and she was crying and everything. And I started crying and everything, but he gave me so much energy and I was able to walk from there in the last hour. It was just some of my legs are so sore, But other than that, I sat down. I couldn't like walking my feet for two hour the hour and a half once I said it, and now I find I'm ready for the world. Like I woke up this morning like like I hadn't walked for him for the last 24 days. But there were also some some ugly things that happened along the way. I understand that members of your group had many trials that some members of the group were arrested members you know, a member of the group was accused of shoplifting after she had bought like hundreds of dollars of supplies that you were shot at in Pennsylvania. So I was just wondering if you were expecting sort of vitriol to be directed at you. What was crazy Wass? As soon as we got into the state of Indiana, some I was like, Get out the road spoke. You know, and we laugh. We just laughed or whatever you know to me, but it was like You can kind of predict as soon as you cross the state line and take like 15 steps. You know, it was about two blocks, and someone has said that, you know, and we knew about the racism there with at the time I didn't know like Over the home of the K. K K like there's supposed to still operating at Knox, Indiana, and then, like the head of the Aryan Brotherhood, lives in Warsaw, Indiana, So we didn't know when I was like looking at the map and the role we were taking. I didn't particularly picked these places, but yeah, I was extremely rough being called the n word every Five blocks people through boots at us people threw food at us. The police were black and golf, gas stations and Indiana so that we couldn't get gas at them. Telling gas stations and businesses to close could say We were there to burn him down. The women can use the bathroom. We had someone brought us a portable toilet. So Indiana was like 100 degrees for two days. We are these like 30 Miles stretches where there was only one gas station and we weren't allowed to use it. And we're walking like 12 hours a day at that point, so we had to deal with racism, and we had to deal with the heat. And then we had to deal with the police actually spreading the rumors that we were doing these things and plus they were also telling us we can't go down the street or industry and we were. We would always go down whatever street we needed to go down. I would always tell him like no matter what You're not going to stop us from walking and actually established from from from getting the D. C.
More Shows To Watch If You Liked HBO's Watchmen
"We're GONNA talk about recommendations. I for the long haul and these are things that we are either current or in the way back and there's this you know the. He is like when I sit down to try find something there's so much going on that I spent like an hour being watched I don't WanNa Watch. That should do this and it's like I, just want someone tell me what to watch. That's what we're going to hear for. Yeah. So we're GONNA basis off the some of the nominees for best show in the emmy categories I start off with HBO's watchmen as from Damon Lindelof this set in an alternative universe and drafting off the ground and comic book watchmen is It's like this dazzling procedure designed to also make you think that twenty six emmy nominations, the most of any serious. Like NERF gun to your head best show of the year. What would you say? Oh, it's watchmen watchmen to me like for limited series. So it's an a different categories, but I would even say it's better than all dramas on I. Think. So it's it's crowning achievement of TV this. So for sharp for me, I'm I'm thinking of like I want a show that looks great. Visually also will make me think. So I I wanted to go directly off of Damon Lindelof because I feel like he's kind of peak of his powers right now. So guys are wondering like other stuff he's done and I I can't think about the leftovers it's a similarly. It's a great show. It's alternative universe incredibly well, made really thoughtful but also like very simplistic in terms of you applying it to your that feels like watchmen felt current but also set in a different time. And leftovers current but also sat in a different times. So I love that the weirdness of the masks in watchmen which was so precious. So yeah, it's it's. It's phenomenal the other one I was thinking of when I want to. Recommend a show in in that Washington vein I'll say Black Mirror it's close enough. It's not really narrative based. Yeah. It's vignettes and different standalone stories, but it's kind of an alternate. Reality it looks close enough to realize that you're not sure that it's not. Yeah. But it's also telling us some darkened weird stuff about yourself. And the good thing about Black Mirror is to watch it. You're not watching it in each episode is its own Y'all episode so That's will put like some of our own favorite episodes that we both have really loved that we can include in the note. So you don't have to wonder because listen that first episode it's Just you just need to skip it. Hear me if you don't hear anything else if you don't hear Jamie doing the weird change of momentum at the beginning of the show if you forgot that already that's okay. Forget it. Here me this do not watch the first episode. Mom Don't do it dad don't do it much mom don't do it nobody do. It. Would be a mistake. Okay. It's a for me. If you love watchmen where you're like, that seems like it's good. Let me tell you to other shows that are good. So on that flakes, you can watch Jessica Jones I chose this because you got strong female lead just like you have in watchman, you have a superhero component which you also have and Jessica Jones it's dark. It's Gritty the villain in Jessica Jones is played by David tennant in that first season and he is per faction it keeps you on your toes. It's also very you're very to the visuals also recommending legion. Hulu. That's weird. Right because I think when you watch watchman, you're like I'm confused. Limits where you're like I, need to watch this again. Being, existing Ip it makes you think should I know that and I can confirm I. Didn't know. And watchmen I would sometimes read like recaps after I. Would Watch an episode and that would help me catch things maybe that I didn't grab the first time with Legion stars Dan Stevens? Famous playing. Matthew on. Downton Abbey He. It's a done by Noah. All Superhero Jason because this is the story of professor x his incredibly powerful, mentally ill mutant sign and so it's it also stars Jean Smart who is also in watchmen man she's in a Lotta. Golf that she has very good taste, and so it's weird enough that you're like It's not that classic Superhero which is what I also like about watchmen if we had done if we'd time traveled and done a designing women saying draft Jean Smart would not be my. Number. One pick would be any pots it would be we'll for private. Not. It be any pods, Anthony Delta Burke Julia sugarbakers. dixie Carter lab next to last over Jean Smart. Yeah. My point here is everyone would have been before Jean Smart Jean Smart was second. I'm going to be in Sweet Home Alabama and you're not going to know what to do with the low key cares. Okay.
The search for ancient civilizations on Earth ... from space
"Okay. So first off Sarah Park is kind of a big deal. She's helped uncover prehistoric commented fossils in eroded canyon lake beds, an ancient amphitheater under an airport in Rome and Egypt, which is her specialty. She's uncovered thousands of settlements including more than a dozen pyramids. Are you tired the perpetually, but it's okay. She's written about those discoveries by the way in a recent book called archaeology from. From Space and yes, Sarah does go to sites and do some real digging in the dirt archaeological excavation. But her superpower is analyzing satellite imagery and data to know where to dig in the first place. Most of the imagery I use is called optical satellite imagery. So so it stayed essentially taken from light that's reflected off the surface and looking for changes in patterns we're looking for. How things relate to one another, and hopefully, that will indicate where there could potentially be archaeological sites or features with insights, and then we get to go out on the ground and do serve mapping and excavate them. When you say you use satellite images, what are we talking about a week? Where do those images come from and kind of how do you manipulate them? So it's a, it's a range of different satellite images. So if we're interested in looking really really large landscapes, we use data from NASA but if we're looking. Looking. At very high resolution satellite images, we use the essentially the imagery that you see on Google Earth, which is from a company called Knox our technologies that challenge with that data is that we can't see through trees. I'm dealing with rainforests, of Central, America or Southeast Asia or forest say in New England. Then we use Technology Coal Ladar which tends for light detection and ranging, and that's Eliezer mapping system that you put on an airplane or a drone or a UNLV essentially allowing you to remove trees and see what's there. In your book, you also explain how archaeologists now have the ability to detect temperature differences below the ground. Why? Yes. How first of all cool second of all, how does that work and why is that important? So one particular part of the light spectrum that is really really useful for for the work that we do is the thermal infrared. So if you have anything that's buried and is a chamber or avoid like a room, a tomb a very passageway, you know if it's kind of. Of like when you go into a basement or a wine cellar, you know the temperature drops a couple of degrees. So by using thermal infrared, you can see these very subtle differences in temperature, and if say an area shows up with a lower temperature, that's the shape of a rectangle. Okay. There's something that's there that we may need to check out right in Salt Lake. You're like cake in archaeologists out of business, right? So it's like you still end up going in there. It just kind of. Of helps like going in there and digging stuff up and looking at stuff with different techniques. It's basically just giving you a good idea of like there might be something here, right ex-. Exactly I mean the coolest part of my job I think is the actual physical excavation and that so time consuming and so what the satellites allow us to do is not just fine sites, but also track over time potential threats to them. So whether it's rising water whether it's urbanization or development, maybe there are. are other issues that could be affecting. The sites would allows it's a tool that allows geologists to help, monitor and protect sites right, and and so you even kind of tried to estimate like obviously estimating how many more archaeological sites might be out there, and it's in like the millions right I. I think I estimated and I'm probably I probably not going to give the right number guy the book even though it was the summer, it was Sarah, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, sixty, seventy. Eighty ninety. So. Yeah. So so basically I think something like forty, million, fifty, million sites left to find. But like I could be wrong, it could be one, hundred, million, it could be ten, million North Y'all just yet has written me an angry email saying how dare you? Thank, like I think I was pretty on the mark. So. There's another thing that I kind of wanted to talk to you because I don't talk to that many archaeologists, you know what I mean, but now at my own show and they can't stop me, Sarah. So. Can we talk a little bit about how colonialism and archaeology have intersected in the past and and maybe how it still does now, and what we can do about that? I? Guess that's a big question for you. The big question and it's something I and my colleagues think about. A. Lot. So first of all I, have to acknowledge that that archaeology especially, egyptology. It both those fields as well as anthropology, they have deeply racist colonialist routes. All of them, you know Westerners parachute in. Do their projects were essentially archaeological tourists that were probably rank. rankle a lot of my colleagues I. don't care someone needs to speak out about this and they leave which is, which is appalling. You know I pay guards around at the site where I work at list. I have very close relationships with the village My. My education course staff. I speak to them every single week and and at the end of the day, it's about those relationships. So I think we all have to do a lot of hard stares in the mirror at ourselves and ask what are we taking and what are we leaving? Are we training? Are we providing equipment and materials? What else should we be doing to create some more parody and the in the work that we're doing and I'm not the only one doing this by there's so many colleagues both in Egypt and elsewhere are being which were intentional. But I think we have to ask a lot of hard questions. You talk in the book about the importance of discoveries in how a few small discoveries can impact a field more than like a headline worthy discovery, which I. Really like because I think as a person, who's you know been a part of the scientific process. It's frustrating when you know only the big kind of discoveries. Get credit for changing fields. When in reality, it is those little findings you know what I mean. So I'll get, I'll give you an example a colleague and friend of mine few row him a fee. Fi is currently leading excavations in an area near the Valley of the Kings in Egypt and he and his team just uncovered a new workmen's village. So it's a place where men would have stayed and lived as they were constructing tombs in the Valley of the Kings. and kind of compared to other discoveries, not just in Egypt, but but elsewhere, it really didn't get much play but I think it's one of the most extraordinary discoveries in. Egypt. In the last twenty years, we only know of one other workmen's village in West Bank in Luxor. It's an unbelievable fine because it's going to tell us about the daily life of the people who lived and worked. You know three, thousand, three, hundred, three, thousand, five, hundred years ago, right up and to me, it's those discoveries that are most interesting. All Right Sarah. Park. We appreciate you. This is a lot of fun likewise. Thank you so much. Go go go to bed I I. Learned. They're GONNA pay you. Thanks to Sarah. Park. You can read about her work and her book, which is called archaeology from space, how the
"knox" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"Her contribution to the dialogue. She's not that hot like there are women who were probably actively like. High School Jealous of Amanda Knox over sure there watching that and thinking that Amanda Knox like well, I. Guess I was just like really hot and like they decided to pin this murderer me like baby it's not that it's that like she is a light eyed blond haired girl from Seattle who had a roommate who was brutally murdered and like it all added up and we saw if you saw the documentary, it was all the press. This was literally the tabloid media that made this into what it was an Amandas very girl next door pretty, and that's exactly what she is. She's like Katie Holmes like in the Dawson's Creek era where you're dislike what it's like a really wholesome pretty girl. Yeah. But I love that you're not that hot like. A Lake has some fucking issues I don't think anybody's really saying that by the way. Oh. No I. Totally I mean I think she thinks well, like my point is that she watched the documentary in her takeaway was that a man? So hot right laying. That's. That's literally like how I thought of Britney Spears when I was thirteen like where I was like Listen Brittany? Okay like you may be pretty but like you can't be everyone's girlfriend. Okay and lake by the way way better personality than you like she's literally like that's how I thought of Britney's spears when I was in like a freshman in high school. So competition. Yeah right and it's like sweetie you're not competing with the man knocks like I hate to break it to you why trainee Microphone Right now sorry to hear that you guys anyway. So Yeah Guard tells her go back to herself. She's dumped the day baby. So this is right around the time in the movie because I wrote it down fifty thirty one. When they finally. Alert US to the presence of Rudy Day. Right and they don't they never mentioned in the movie. and. Forgive me I don't I don't know how to say this. He left a fingerprint, but also if you followed the case. He left something else at the crime scene right. So let's get pass the HIV scene because we know we captured that at the beginning we talked about that earlier. Yeah. So the deal with Rudy is that says, well, we're going to hear it. We're GONNA find we're GONNA meet Rudy for the first time the birth time Amanda finds out that Rudy is arrested she sees him getting arrested. We'll find out I think what he left at the crime scene in a minute. She She's watching this in the sal and can you imagine by the way a recovered memory of dreams like this is exactly what I hope for when it comes to recovered memories is like please let it someday kick in when I need it the most which is I'm sitting in a cell. Finally, they arrest them. Random Aski-. I'm remembering a smoking pot night we're going to gusting apart were they the downstairs roommates or that's a separate and For Simon callow sent them after fifty to thirty to fifty, four twelve. You could learn todd. Is Possible. This. Be Hiding is to. WE LIVE UPSTAIRS AMERICA Rhody. Friendly. One get.
"knox" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"And then she hangs up in her mom's like, yeah. Amandas in the middle of a police investigation. So then she and Raphael Raphael go outside is it Rafael? I think it's I. Think it's a rough. Rough Rhino. Man I feel so bad for this guy by the way. Yeah he didn't as much as Amanda. Knox's mom. Got Marcia Gay Harden. This raphaeli Salah. Solaro. I don't even solely Arrow He got done dirty by whoever that by the actor they got to plan because I looked him up and he kind of looks like Mitch Hedberg with the Trust Fund like He. He's like a little guy. He's got the glasses. He's got Kinda like shaggy hair like he's he's put together looking kid and the guy that got to plan first of all, he's wearing a wig the whole time i. don't know if he's he. Just, come off something else in his hair was too short and they just had to get this guy but he's wearing a wig which is off putting, and then they kind of do that thing recently for my podcast, I watched the movie outbreak because we're living through a pandemic and in that movie they to to let you know that somebody had caught the thing they just put like a lot of red eye shadow on there is. This roffe Ellie guy the actor has this like the Kinda WanNa make him look like drugged out or super stoned all the time. So throughout the movie, he's got like these this red, these red blotchy is that would kinda me out if I were the real guy 'cause I just looked at a picture of him and he looked pretty normal to me. Yeah, you're right. They're trying to show that he is like an unreliable stonier and you know what you think about his ex factor and she says it and I never even put all this together is that like he's not just like an Italian guy that's nice to her and has weed in his cool. He's rich like that is another. Yeah she's like you know she does mention to meredith later on like departments. Pretty Nice. By the way I think his dad is wealthy and I think that was probably very alluring her while 'cause like women can't help it like at the end of the people can't help it at the end of the day like if you have a romantic prospect in one of them is loaded like that that does make them slightly more attractive and if you say that's not the case you're a fucking liar way. Louis Alps. We're all as some of our everything, right? Like there's if somebody seems successful or has access to things like that that can be very alluring much more. So than than you know went when I was. Raphaeli, celebs. Sola. Solely. Arrows. Look it up because I had I you know I had none of that. Going for me I wish I would have. Yeah I mean I think it's just like especially at that age you know you're twenty one you're in a different country like the fact that he has we'd money is hot to her like. A decent apartment and he has we'd money and night is a big. That's a big upset for her. So I was I was confused he so sh she's like, where are you from and he says the town and she's like, oh, on the Adriatic like she knew right where it was and then she like quizzes him on where Seattle was and he's Like it's in Washington stay like he couldn't really nail that it was on the Pacific Ocean but then he's like he's like Microsoft is there and that's okay. That's all you need to know like it or you could come up with costco or like that's good like he's done enough and then she's like most people say grey's anatomy and I was like. First of all, I've never seen an episode of Grey's anatomy but I know that this murder occurred in two thousand seven and so I looked up grey's anatomy grey's anatomy debuted in two thousand five. So was grey's anatomy such juggernaut that by two thousand, seven, the show's been on two maybe two and a half seasons everybody already associates the city of Seattle with the hospital TV show grey's anatomy is am I I doubt that gray's has gone overseas at that point and. then. They're dubbing it in Italian no I. think that that was honestly I think that that's how well we didn't know Amanda Knox because her ass is at the Renaissance Fair with her fucking. You know husband like they live like this. Weird like elfin lifelike varying. You know if you've seen them, they're in a superheroes earn that whole miserable. Team wedding I don't recall the theme, but there was some odd theme to their wedding I. Believe it was probably like dungeons and dragons do like, I don't know like she's just like she you know she likes Raphael. Harry Potter in because he looked like Harry Potter. So I would say gray's like she's not a great girl I'm assuming that they didn't have the rights to starbucks totally totally that makes more sense to because on their first date. They go they ride the carousel. Way Too excited. They're way more excited than any three year old. You've ever seen on a carousel but then if you put it if you couch it in the world of Amanda Knox and how she operates you Kinda see it you're like, oh. Yes. She would be way too stoked to be on a carousel that makes. No Dude, totally like anything more than a carousel would be too much in the carousels. Exact Bass where she thrives is she's on a carousel like that's exactly you're exactly right. That's where if I had to put her to live I would put her on Lake a beautiful carousel So. The press starts to show up at this point. So right away, they want us to know the press has a deep relationship. With this case, it may be it is for Perrugia this might be a hot thing I'm sure like our murder rate is so different I'm sure this was a big splash over there. Had to be, but how much presses they're like how many newspapers are Peru or I guess it's not far from a bigger places they're called Paparazzi for a reason. Okay. Like Italian in nature that's their whole deal, which by the way is shocking because like you would think a culture like that would be so it you would think. Celebrities like ghost like weird. Why would you be out taking photos like how embarrassing but anyway So the press rolling up in Philomina her roommate and her boyfriend are out there and they are strictly contrasted by Amanda. Raphaeli. Who are like basically making out outside of the house a little bit like they're just like it's not making out I would say that that's the press version. Noodle were canoed alling. Every person's reaction to these things are very different. It's just that Amanda Knox's reaction was. sensationally different odd wrong place at the wrong time. Don't. So some she's probably. She's a little off and just in terms of the way she views the world she's might be low key. Personality disorder something's going on also. She what it's a super horrible and any normal person would be freaked out that anybody that lived like if one of my neighbors got murdered I would. It would haunt my days. This was her roommate but. They hadn't been roommates very long. They weren't. They weren't close. Amanda didn't keep a very tidy bathroom we learn which can be very irritating if you have to live with someone. Yeah, I mean I will say that like maybe Amanda was like so triggered by like Oh, you know Seattle Microsoft because she is part computer like I think Amanda is. Like she was like, oh. But you know where I'm from like I, think that she. Is a very logical person. I don't think.
"knox" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"It's being called the trial of the century in Italy Merican College student. Amanda Knox stands accused of killing her roommate in a bizarre sex game gone wrong. She's a victim of justice system, a town and an Italian media that was stacked against her regardless of the verdict Knox's life will never be the same. Hey, guys. We are back today with Amanda Knox Murder Trial. In Italy, my guest today is Brian. Back there he is the CO host of the baller lifestyle podcast. How are you? I'm great. Thank you for having me Molly. Yeah. No Problem I. Am we met because I guess your sister came to a hello giggles show years ago and I was talking about this Guy Carl from Rosemead who? Is a collar on the Jim Rome podcast wrench to mention that to you that I was talking about call from Rosemead and we've been following each other on the Internet for very long time and I recently did your sports podcast which I assume typically hosted by other people with you. So it's me I'm the host and I have a co host but when I had you on I just. Do we do one show. Per Week just a regular show and then we do an additional show every week for our subscribers and then when I interview that was just kind of like an extra show. So I just thought it would be fun to just kind flex my interviewing muscles and just talk to you one on one. But yes, typically I co host with gentleman rider from New Jersey called Ed daily and we talk we bullshit it's. Very. People are like Oh. You do a sports talk show, I don't follow sports. There's no one on the planet to follow sports less than me. There's no, I don't I really. So quasi aware of what's happening sports it's almost I find it very daunting to be up on what's happening in the world of sports but also as assists white male I feel like I have a duty to to know what's happening in the world of sports so. You don't need to know about sports to listen to my show because you probably already know about sports than I do. Right right. I I'm a fan of the soap opera of sports. Winch. You know I have to say I kept thinking about when I was watching this movie because Italy This is their OJ Amanda. Knox is like a big moment for them. Totally. It's kind of our OJ too I. Mean I remember being like so. Enraged about this and I get like this like the West Memphis three and anything that's like. So someone is so obviously being railroaded and there's no one. There's no one like above the person that makes the decision there's there's some jackass that makes the decision. In this case, the prosecutor who was like also the COP somehow. Italy, I will say that like this belts twenty years behind Oj was twenty years after Oj and like by the way they don't need what we have over here like there's like you know feel free to reach out to me or you know don't reach out to me with like Italian court history. I don't really know it all but like going through this whole case as A. I guess a fan of the case that are what we call it when it's you know an act of spectator of the case can bring watching this movie today I was like this is some real I mean when they thought that the DNA on the knife, like what is for sure murderous DNA it turned out to be a piece of Rye bread that really. took me to another place and then you look back at like where we were in our country to J. Twenty years ago we're still in such a place of unrest about it. I feel like even though everyone kind of knows OJ did it which is something else I want to get to. OJ was smart enough to do his murdering before there was CSI. So they're like, Hey. His bloods in the car and his blood at the crime scene in his DNA's. Everywhere and there, and then they got. To come in and go, you can't trust that. You can you can't a could've put it there meanwhile everybody's watching everybody and it was just right before everybody was watching forty eight hours. Every Friday night and everybody was really like their own forensic, doing their own forensic analysis all the like now unless you do it in a very small town. It's impossible to murder somebody and get away with it. It's impossible. It can't be done because they're just good at finding out who did it but Oj he was smart enough to do his murdering and nine, hundred, ninety four when they didn't they didn't. No, no one knew. Amanda Knox or he was she there was no evidence against her other than she lived in the same house. There's no. There was laying reason rethink that she did the thing that she was accused of except that she was she was roommates with the girl. And she was kind of weird. Yeah. SLUTTY and if She liked reflect in the Flooding in and that sells well a Roman Catholic society they're like. Horror, which is crazy because like Italy, it's like known for its bromance it's known for its like amorous nature and then. It's girl comes to town has sex with one dude consistently and. I don't know like she's nailed for being this international slot because of an you know an eight year old soccer name. In the, even the even show it sort of in the movie when the when the COP prosecutor guys like. A you know. It's. It's okay just. Make. A list of everyone you've ever banged and you know he was just so excited entailed elated in turned on to get this girl tough to force this girl's almost like a kind of rape to force this girl to relive her sexual history just four for no reason other than his benefit just to titillate him it was just to excite him. And we I what it was four, and then you we live in this world where there's so much where women are supposed to or are forced to have this kind of shame that about liking sex or having had sex, and here she is. She's Hayden Pani. Penalty. Air. Our you pronounce it. But. It's like she she's like she's like squirming in her seat as if as if that could ever happen to guy first of all guy, it'd be like, Oh, too many lists dino. There was that one chick and it was like it wouldn't be any big deal at all but there's there's sort of misogynistic thing to it. I found kind of disgusting and kind of like. Archaic now I feel like we're we're posts slut shaming. You're forgetting an important elements of that scene, which is that they told her that she had. HIV Course. They were basically trying to say like, but how slutty are you like? Can we prove that you're in a satanic? Situation because that's what it and I'm like, why aren't you go to the people down in San Diego and Pollyanna remarried dating because they feel like there's a killer too in that house like really well. Yeah. I think Michael Michael's definitely murder. But he in Kamala Debbie, they do their murders together they. Probably they probably go out and kill and.
"knox" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program
"And resources to the first being the Simpson Knox Decay. That is a collection of a few hundred unique Samsung Api's that really give our partners and developers the ability to have more granular control over the device mostly based in security authentication and device management. So those are typically used by a lot of our Um and Dan partners. You know the next is Knox. So, it's way that our partners can have a little bit more control over the air firmware updates, how those are handled on a device. There's also knock service plug in which enables developers to release save. Ongoing development in costs and time by integrating with knock service plug into have more automatic updates amongst other benefits. Right. So when there's a new Knox feature released use of the knock service plug in. The solution kind of update the latest knocks you know version and solution that is and no one knocks mobile enrollment. So this really helps our partners figure out. How to enroll thousands of devices at once easier and really controlling how those devices are no enrolled in rolled out into an enterprise environment. So that's a very, very high level view but encouraged people to go to develop dot Samsung.
Addressing Misconceptions About Cannabis and the Endocannabinoid System w/ The Doctors Knox (From BTS #31)
"Even with all the gold standard ladies in the world, every individual is different in, so we're GONNA have to take the time to listen to our patients and ourselves right in patients thereby. Ourselves as as lesions, our bodies in determining your West best friends, the instrument timing and that's GonNa be processed one hundred percent of us. Yeah, we knowing everything absolutely. Yeah, and this leads into we've we've kind of touched on a couple of things here, but one thing I wanted to make sure to ask all of you, or what are some of the the most significant prevalent conceptions that you encounter about? Either Cannabis or the Indo can navigate system. That just sort of keep coming up for you that you're having to address frequently. Still Minced Society. Leading. Systematic wrist really. Interesting, and that's not I. Mean you know the end up? Nominated system is primary components are all identified when nineteen ninety five. Graduated Permits Medical School in Boston Twenty twelve. Almost twenty years later, not one word of the. Is Done. Was Talk to us and you know they say it takes seventeen years for. The findings of research to trickle down into application. But you know it's been well past seventeen years at this point and most recently, I heard that something like thirteen percent of medical schools are. Medical will also nursing schools. Starting to mention, there might be. Might be medicinal, so yeah, you know. When you have clinicians who you are well into their careers, and they never heard of this thing and the only context in which they have heard about. It is what cannabis is dangerous, and it's a drug of abuse to gateway drug, and it makes people lazy and stupid like it's. It's hard to undo some of that Some of that that education right like I will sometimes say that the war on drugs. And specifically on cannabis with some of the most effective propaganda that we'd have right people. We've seen patients who are who are on their deathbeds, and literally will still not try cannabis because all of the things they know about it. Is Mind Boggling to me. Because even thought you know, cannabis really wasn't the devils. Lettuce might be willing to try it if I thought it was way to save my life. There's a lot stigma and fear and just missed and this. has to be. Unprocessed deep process deprogrammed, and it's at work, which is why we do always start with this history and science. because. Once? They understand that odor isn't a system mayor. Then they'll then they'll. They'll get on board, but there are still some. Don't even want to accept that. Apology. System Yeah I heard. We Croak intimate. Pro Canvas relate. And if the science overwhelmingly speaks to the benefit of cannabis. I mean that doesn't make us I s right. The science of from college at candidates speaks for itself. The physiology speaks for itself in. We're just excited to talk about it because we believe that it is. Is! or should be the target of all therapeutic. We're galleys as far as the now until bigger bigger than end of Natalie Dome and Adenoid always it. So how can we you know about entity dome? especially with respect to this function which leads to disease, how can we apply our knowledge of plant pharmacology, even modern molecular drug from ecology to modulate working with it to reverse disease to do not taking grow cannabis approach. That's not what we're advocating it inherently. Yes, we this is pro cannabis. I will say I'm not ashamed that I advocate for cannabis legalization. And for Science and medical informed regulation. I'm proud to say that, but we're not. You. Know shooting in the dark here, right? recognized. Cannabis can be used as a tool to do for health. has been able to do thus far envy. Believe that we should be taking. A, very intentional chance on this almost commodity on this wellness that's. Not Lost on us that. Need to mitigate risks. Are Risks that come with using Hannah's Kennedy misuse and abuse. Yes, it. But yeah, but how do we also provide opportunity to optimize consumer patients variance with cannabis ray, so kimmy find that sweet spot in the middle. Where were protecting people but also helping the? Doctor mentioned before. Now. We want to shoot that paradigm. because. Cannabis has been considered a drug abuse day in Conventional Medicine is star well, maybe a hassle mic uses. We want shit that I know Dizzy Medicine I. You. Properly you know in in all different forms. You know whenever you're treating. You can get a good result. The problem? Is it just like a lot of medical? Opiates for example. They do have a potential for abuse misuse. Overuse! Allah things. But you know when you read the literature. Concerned about everything from addiction. To. Particularly Children, you know what's the damage to the developing brain rain all the? Negative things. That when we're talking about appropriate medical use of cannabis. Those really are not a big issue because you're using it in a way with a purpose in dosages that we just don't see snow saints are only Sneezing Bay related about. Damaging to the. Jenner, changes in Nike. A motivational central addiction. Those I'll, he's on long term high dose laughers the. Inch. Is Not Medicinal show. When you're. Just like everything in medicine, it's a risk benefit ratio. And Wigan at the risk, profile cannabis. It is safer than ninety nine percent of the pharmaceuticals on the mark.
"knox" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White
"Musician. Daniel Knox is part of his new album. You are my friend. The songs of Mister Rogers. A tribute album to fred rogers and Mister Rogers. You know it's. It's really really good music, and when you think about what we need right now as we live through twenty, it almost makes perfect sense to bring this back, but you record this before the pandemic started before social unrest, took over the summer. I did this is not my response to anything I. recorded this in January. When you talk about Fred. Rogers music it was. It was a lot about feelings as we hear throughout the album, and it's not just about. I'm feeling good I'm feeling bad. There's complexity to it. There's. There's there's anger. There's embarrassment or shame things like that. That was a big part of what Mr Rogers was doing over the course of his career, and that's a lot of what you sussed out in the music for the album. Well you know when I was a kid, I I really hated being told to cheer up. Kids are so often asked to put their emotions away, and really that's kind of the best time to to put your emotions on display and examine them and ask yourself where they're coming from, and you know the fact that. These songs Deal in those emotions and sort of normalize them is something that I think is really unique in songwriting in general, but also to especially to music for children yeah. I WANNA play some more music to. We're talking with Daniel Knox Kaga. Musician has album. Is. Called your my friend. The songs of Mister Rogers. which is really tunes by Fred. Rogers tribute album Let me go to scary mad wishes. This is off the the album. You're my friend. The songs Mr Rogers. Daniel knacks earn..
Houston police helicopter pilot involved in deadly crash recovering in hospital
"Houston police helicopter pilot chase Cormier faces a long road to recovery his wife Brooke told KPRC nine fifties Ken Webster her husband has internal injuries on top of a broken back in that severed nerves to his feet every day is taking it day by day and where to find each year with that only time can tell if it will ever be able to walk again you know like what right now is definitely gonna be in a wheelchair probably for a couple of years during your career says the worst part is not being able to visit him in person because of the social distancing orders at all by himself I'm going for all by myself that is what it is to do pity party cry and I want to see about address of rather hit and be at the best facility in the world chase Cormier and his partner Jason Knox crashed while patrolling a possible homicide scene knocks the son of Houston city councilman Mike Knox died in that crash
"On this episode of five minutes in Church history. We are going on quite the journey. Let's explore five cathedrals in Europe ready. Well we'll start in Florence at the Santa Maria del Flora or the Duomo di Ferenza as Tian's would call it. This cathedral was started in twelve ninety six. It was finished in fourteen thirty six and one of the final structures that was put into place for this Cathedral. Was the famous dome. It was designed and built by Brunelleschi. Who had studied geometry and physics but for much of it by his own account. He relied on his own intuition. And well it worked The Dome was built in. It still lasts. It's made of brick. It has its white ribs in its terra cotta tiles and it serves as such a great backdrop for so many spy movies. So I'm sure you've seen it or the site of that Cathedral. There and Florence goes all the way back to a church that was likely dedicated in three ninety-three by none other than ambrose of Milan and that's the cathedral at Florence. Well let's keep moving. We'll go to Paris and to Notre Dame in two thousand nineteen. It was all over the news. Of course because of that fire it will take millions to rebuild and it will take many years to it as restored. It was first built back in eleven sixty three it epitomizes that ribbed vault and flying buttress style those cathedral structures that are so crucial. It was the site of a temple to Jupiter and the early Roman days and then it was a church and then it was a cathedral in seventeen ninety three. This is the time of the French Revolution. It was rededicated no longer as a church but as the cult of reason and all of the statues to marry were replaced and they were replaced by Statues Lady Liberty Well. It stood that way for many decades and then along came a novel. Victor Hugo's the hunchback of Notre Dame in eighteen thirty one and when that novelist published drew attention to the cathedral and its restoration so Paris. Well let's travel a little north and let's go up the Rhine River and let's go to Cologne. Germany and Statistics abound about this cathedral in Cologne. Germany are you ready? It is the tallest twin spires church in the world. It is the second tallest church in Europe and it is the third tallest church in the world. Those twin spires reached five hundred sixteen feet. Construction began in twelve sixty four. Here's a statistic for you. It has one hundred eighty five thousand square feet of space. This is a huge building. It was so huge that the allied bombers use those twin spires as a landmark further bombing raids during World War Two. The cathedral survived it. Took some hits but it survived in. It stood in a pile of rubble that was the city of Cologne. If you go there today you can climb all the way up to the top for viewing platform. If you're willing to climb five hundred and thirty three stone steps you can also hear. It's eleven massive bells. The largest of those bells weighs twenty four tons. Well let's cross the English Channel and we'll go over to London to Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey has a number of people buried in it and the number of people memorialized in it. Over three thousand people have plaques inside Westminster Abbey and many of them are actually buried there. Isaac Newton the poet Robert Browning kings and Queens and princesses and princes and of course inside Westminster Abbey in Jerusalem chamber in the sixteen forties. We have the writings of the Westminster standards. Well let's reach north a little bit. We've gone from Florence to Paris to Cologne to London. Let's go to Edinburgh to Saint Giles. Cathedral it dates back to eleven twenty four. But it's glorious. Moment came in the sixteenth century. It was the seat of the Scottish reformation in fifteen fifty nine. John Knox was installed as minister at Saint Giles. What a great story. What a great story. All of these cathedrals have to
Houston teen accused of shooting at officers responding to fatal police helicopter crash
"Well used to police have arrested a man who was firing into the air and in the aftermath of last Saturday's deadly H. B. helicopter crash in the Greenspoint area nineteen year old host way Daniel Carlos Trujillo is charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a public servant servant police police say say he he admitted admitted to to firing firing his his weapon weapon into into the the air air at at the the time time that that another another police police helicopter helicopter was was responding responding to to the the crash crash the the crash crash killed killed officer officer Jason Jason Knox Knox and and entered entered another another fellow fellow officer officer the cause of the crash has not been determined
Houston pays its respect to HPD officer Jason Knox
"Houston paid its respects to HPD officer Jason Knox yesterday he was killed in that north Houston helicopter crash one week ago
Fallen Houston Police Officer Jason Knox remembered at funeral today
"A a memorial memorial service service honoring honoring the the life life of of Houston Houston police police officer officer Jason Jason Knox Knox was was held held today today police police chief chief art art Acevedo Acevedo played played video video of of Knox's Knox's interview interview with with HPD HPD when when Knox Knox was was asked asked about about his qualifications I am very qualified I'm dedicated I'm willing to work hard and and do what I need to do to work for Houston police department have a hello Houston to have a good image through my actions officer Knox was killed in the line of duty when the police helicopter he was in crashed in north Houston last weekend the pilot chase Cormier is recovering from severe injuries including a broken back
Funeral services set for Saturday for Houston Police Officer Jason Knox
"And supporters of the Houston police department we'll be paying their respects tonight to the family of officer Jason Knox a visitation right is open to the public it's five o'clock this evening to eight o'clock at Houston's First Baptist Church officials there will be implementing social distancing guidelines the funeral services for Knox are set for Saturday morning at the church which will include an honor guard arrival the police department says the funeral is reserved only for DOCSIS family friends and first responders who knew the officer Jason Knox died last weekend when the helicopter he was in crashed into an apartment complex
Funeral services held for fallen Houston PD officer Jason Knox
"Houston police are remembering a fallen officer today Kelly weeks reports funeral services are happening today for Houston officer Jason Knox he died on Saturday when a helicopter he was in crashed near greens bayou officer knocks in Houston police helicopter pilot she score me a we're trying to find a drowning victim when the chopper went down the pilot survived but has serious
Houston Police Officer Jason Knox honored with escort to funeral home
"Houston police police commanders commanders and and officers officers are are going going to to be be escorting escorting the the body body of of flight flight officer officer Jason Jason Knox Knox to to a a funeral funeral home home this this morning morning here here the the pilot pilot chase chase gourmet gourmet was was also also severely injured in that crash they were assisting ground officers after reported drowning and greens bio off imperial valley drive the helicopter had an undetermined issue it crashed into an apartment complex leasing office Knox leaving behind a wife and two children he's the son of retired HPD our officer and current city councilman Mike Knox
Houston Police Officer Jason Knox honored with escort to funeral home
"Houston police police commanders commanders and and officers officers are are going going to to be be escorting escorting the the body body of of flight flight officer officer Jason Jason Knox Knox to to a a funeral funeral home home this this morning morning here here the the pilot pilot chase chase gourmet gourmet was was also also severely injured in that crash they were assisting ground officers after reported drowning and greens bio off imperial valley drive the helicopter had an undetermined issue it crashed into an apartment complex leasing office Knox leaving behind a wife and two children he's the son of retired HPD our officer and current city councilman Mike Knox
Houston officer injured in helicopter crash now serious
"And a Houston police officer injured a police helicopter crash that killed another officer is now in serious condition at a Texas hospital thirty five year old chase Cormier was upgraded from critical condition after the crash yesterday that killed thirty five year old officer Jason Knox federal authorities and local police are
Houston officer dead after helicopter crashes into neighborhood
"At least one Houston police officer has died in a helicopter crash he's been identified as Jason knocks the son of Houston city councilman Mike Knox a retired police officer himself chief art Acevedo says he's hopeful and and know that that another officer the pilot of the helicopter will survive but that officer is in critical condition chief says it's fortunate that the helicopter didn't burn somehow miraculously no flames but the aircraft is it's basically it is it is is that that's just it's it's the wreckage pretty pretty significant wreckage there were no flames involved and that's been a blessing in this video says the pilot was able to steer the helicopter away from an apartment
"knox" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Let's talk homeschooling wash. We've always have waited talking about home-schooling because we avoided or is it just like not well. It's on our sweet spot but also people get really tender either because and look at some of my dearest friends were home schooled and I don't think they're worse for it and I think it's actually made them better people. I remember even like meeting the first time I've ever met people who are home schooled. Like I'd never knew any growing up growing up and I met people who school and I was like. Oh well your hair sky and it was like a whole new world. These are normal people. Eleven speaking of them as though from the outback. Or listen. I created equated the amish with being humps okay. So like a amish stuff. Yeah like Christie on the mountain and the smokey mountain so I feel like it's fears that we don't have any no position on hopes going great good for you but we do. What's best for you position? Probably Right Shar- trot if you're going to whoever's educating anyone still good shop. Hey we're just doing their teachers keeping your bachelors. Any of the people. So most of you if you're listening if you have kids you have Been bequeathed the new role of educator. It's been toss your lap and in this new reality. You know what you're doing and so much happening so quickly but have no fear because we here at the popular group. We've got you for this episode. Do you think I think what I wanted to do? Is like say I'll be Dean Knox and you can be deemed Jamie. I've always wanted to be. I WANNA be a deduction so we're going to invite you enroll in new school. Podcast homeschool I'm so excited. Okay so I I just as a hand like a handy tool I think every school particularly ours you're the Dean's it needs a handbook now. We have a full handbook. That you can access if you are subscribed to our email list or you go now to Knox and Jamie dot com slash. Three forty five in the show notes. You'll have a link for you can sign up for our newsletter and you can get access to our full handbook alright. It includes things like a letter from the administration a brief history of the podcast home school..
"knox" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"A cup right. I said Mark for for another. Show what you're dating. What are you doing about oral question? What are you doing about Easter holidays? Are we have enough definitely hundred percent but but like we had this discussion earlier eastern? East holidays coming up to each school fantastic. We'll go calm year war so we had to so look. This is this is. It's our twenty first wedding anniversary twenty first wedding anniversary on on Saturday and we live for my birthday booked us a trip to a really remote cottage in Wales topped away in Snowdonia miles from anywhere and we were supposed to be going on Friday for a fantastic week away. 'cause we can't go you know so. Our plan was to go away where brilliant -Ly Away in remote and secluded and have fantastic time. But we can't. We can't do it so what we will be doing is what we've basically been doing. The last two weeks staying at home And now when possible with the kids from home but we are also pausing the home schooling thing. So we've been we've been very easy. It has been quite a challenge to not be overwhelmed by the amount of staff that keeps hitting you. You know there's a lot of stuff that keeps batching battering you at the moment and I know it's well intended with people trying to offer you some support but sometimes I think crikey actually this is potentially a good opportunity to disconnect here and. I'm not doing that all you know. Feel a little bit more under pressure so hopefully over the Easter holidays. I'll be be having down a little bit of Dan time. What about you? It's way isn't it so having those same conversations and we think gray and we'd normally governed do this or go and do that or go and do this. We'll go and see these people. See my mom and actually any of it. No it's it's GonNa be it's GonNa be interesting. I'M GONNA look school's going to be very interesting. I would be surprised if we if the schools went back over the some days or something crazy. Yeah because I think the schools the schools is. There is a really big issue in terms of if this kid doesn't get back till September. Some of them aren't going to be ready to go into the next year. An idea what you do about that so tender with the economy hits back because and how do you do that? And then you get massive classes. You can't pause a year. Everybody repeat the year because then what people coming into the people leaving so I think the schools get interesting. But I think we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA try and do saying but it's going to be interesting. I am I have to say I'm loving the rower. So we we are getting a little bit of online community going and there's already great enduring communities and if I touch him not trying to create anything new but we've got nice little bantering on twitter. Good this has been fun to knows you if you're joining us for the first time we've been recording The show live on instagram. We're not sure how it's going to come out on the show this week but it's been fun to do without thirty different. Yeah it's been fantastic to see the comments come up so I think this is a really exciting way for us to just you know one of the things which the I'd learned just through doing this process is that is particularly when we are not able to we. We've been sharing the show for ten years. But you know people are going to be able to engage in a different way and just having a conversation like this. If that's something that people at home thinking I enjoyed that half an hour is a good player banter. You're quite enjoyed it then. We'll keep doing it. So thanks for joining us to our right. It's time to go. I know I'm assuming that. Get saved on the grab that thing. So can you watch? I back absolutely hilarious. Loved it right wind Williams thank you? Knox Robinson for the chat are wonderful production social team and you our listeners. Tuning in on the Graham. I'm Tom Williams. He's Martine yelling and that I don't know how you hang up this thing. How'd you go mic drop identity? Be On all day and that was from talk..
"knox" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast
"And so she would sort of translate and he would answer based on the mood. So I'm just telling you that we piece that mess together and there was a gold episode and I it was. They were they did it. They were the pros. Who saved the game so real quick before they come out if you're new to them Knox and Jamie are the hosts of a podcast called the podcast real clever and this is their sort of mantra. They educate you on the things that entertain but do not matter. I like it. I like it so they kind of break down all the different facets of pop culture the movies and TV shows. We need to be watching the music. We need to be listening to the celebrities. And they're wild rise and fall and the ones that are imploding. They break down new words in the urban dictionary one of the best segments that they do hilarious. I'll ask them about it tonight. So we'll hear they have a whole second. Podcast called the Bible Binge which might not be what it sounds like they say. Imagine if your Bible One oh one class was taught by people magazine okay. So we'll talk about that. We'll talk about what they're writing. What they're doing what they're putting out into the universe. They're fine. We're GONNA laugh tonight. You guys please help me welcome Knox and Jamie from the podcast..
"knox" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"At the at present it still though about fifteen hundred dollars an ounce which is extraordinary amount of money for gold didn't drop. Well they dropped a little but it's still twice the price. It was only ten years. It's interesting I wonder. I wonder what the future of that is. If there's a continued sense of instability ability that props that up or if there's a generation that is holding onto the gold and once they're gone the price drops again. I wonder how much psychology plays apart. Well it's it's interesting to consider over the decades from our height At almost six hundred and fifty million ounces of gold old in Fort Knox where now a lot of that. Gold has gone to China Well we still keep a lot of foreign gold but a lot of that gold has gone. Yes to to gone to graveyards every one The goal has gone out into the into the world to fund American expansion and also right it has been collected collected another economy and other another boot more growing promising sectors. So that Fort Knox today only has about one hundred and forty seven million ounces of gold old and if we do the math. Have we done the math. That's you know that's even less gold than we had in nineteen thirty three hundred and forty seven million ounces hundred and forty forty seven million. Ounces of gold is worth what did you say. Fourteen hundred dollars. Fourteen seventy five fourteen seventy two hundred ten billion dollars Worth of gold which is or is that how has the has. The price of gold fluctuated since I did that. Last calculation collation. Do you even have a computer. That can calculate that amazing amount of money. I need a cray computer. I don't don't have enough. Zeros pixels to make those zero one hundred and forty seven million times fourteen hundred and seventy five to two hundred and sixteen billion. That's a pretty good. That'd that'd be a pretty good hall for ICED movie. Although that would be a really really hard defense a will and super hard to like get on a semi. Yeah my truck and drive right every every one of these bars each gold bar weighs four hundred. Ounces and these gold bars are only seven inches long and three and a half inches wide so four hundred four hundred. It's a pretty heavy barbell. Whatever that is thirty thirty pounds or something yeah thirty pounds under twenty five pounds? It's like it would be harder than stealing a baby but you know about equivalent to quieter in gets aren't gonNA cry. Can you take him out. No but they do jingle and they do really saggy pants and that includes Fort Knox entry four nine three dot two zero nine one three certificate number two zero four in the omnibus future lanes speaking of have currencies that have become devalued over time John and I posted abundantly on the social media of our Arab. Please don't judge us. We were at John Roderick and Ken Jennings for those who are interested in following us. In Our era jointly we were the Omnibus Project I was on twitter on on twitter and instagram. And Tick Tock doing some of his famous talk dances people loved that we were available to receive emails at the Omnibus Project at gmail.com Tom for.
"knox" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"View at this point the The fear that we were vulnerable to being invaded or attacked from overseas meant that the the library of Congress and the Sir. US That's archives also wanted a big Fort Knox built for themselves because they want is for documents and for all of our great you know the the patrimony of the United States weights and and the fact that we were also holding a lot of Like for instance. We were given the crown of Saint Stephen And the Roiled oiled jewels of the Kingdom of Hungary. Because the Hungarians said will you hold onto this for us you see what's going on with Germany and Russia Russia just seems like maybe you could hold the crown of Saint Stephen for Awhile. It's kind of important to us. So we had the crown of Saint Stephen. We did among other things we gave them a piece of paper that said. I owe you Stephen but the the federal government would not authorize the construction of a giant archive somewhere in the Mine and hills of Dakota And so the So some attempt was made to to take some major part of Fort Knox for the you know the the use of Library of Congress and and the US archives Fort Fort Knox Because it was controlled by the Treasury and and protected by the protected by the army at first offered the archives something something like five square feet of floor space. Is that right and then it was extend into like fifty square feet. You know when people complained and so during World War Two the Constitution the declaration of independence. You know link the notes for Lincoln's Gettysburg address copy of the Magna Carta. All these documents arguments that we had that were that we felt needed to be preserved that were sacred are sacred documents were all encased in these hermetically sealed the copper frames and very much like the end of Indiana Jones wheeled out to Fort Knox and kept their much to the consternation of Nicholas Cage. Yeah that's right. Well no I mean the real documents were kept strangely subterranean cave underneath a gas station somewhere. It's like Saddam Hussein you've got you've got a bunch of fake constitutions out there slightly different amendments to confuse the eye befuddled the viewer. Yeah all this stuff was protected. Protected by what really is impenetrable structure like the the door door itself is twenty one inches thick. It's like the indoor it is it's got it's on a lock system that it's locked every every time you lock it. It's locked for one hundred hours mandatory inconvenient the mint. The leave your hat in there or something. Well let me get to at the mint employees in order to enter it to separate employees have to put in two separate combinations that only they know at at one removed from one another kind. The the nuclear codes. There is an escape tunnel. But it's only unlock double from inside and you can only unlock it from inside. If the big door is locked. This is an emergency situation case. You lose your hat in there and you realize oh well my hat and you run back in. And then the door locks rounded our doctor Manhattan problem. There is a little bit of an escape route. What if it's an odd job style hat still? I don't think it will do that. Twenty one inch door. You know the the Fort Knox of it doesn't need to be a secret location because it's so its so well guarded that the sort of public knowledge of it maybe even works in strength. It's located at at the intersection of bullion. Boulevard Gold Vault Room. So they're not making a big attempts like it's like what is stadium gets renames road after the hall of Famer or whatever the bully and boulevard come on so during this whole period and then after the war you know Fort. Knox has become kind of a place where we store stuff that seems both valuable and also vulnerable Like me valuable. Valuable invulnerable so during the fifties we saw I think the US government and we talked about this during the Cold War restore mousketeers. We stored a bunch of morphine and wait. What Yeah We? We took our like our whole reserve. We are so worried about juvenile L. Delinquency that we moved. We moved all our needle drugs to Fort Knox. It wasn't that we had we had A. We had a sense that in in the event of a catastrophe we wouldn't have enough opium and morphine to treat the the injured and to treat the chronically in pain so a recognition that morphine and opium were a vital national security interests. Interests meant that That we started to store an enormous stockpile of it What ended up being Sixty eight thousand pounds or enough opium and morphine to kill the pain for the entire country for a year a because poppies and and opiates are only an at that at that time even more so those are only grown in certain kind of unstable parts of the world right and if conflict and invasion and War America cannot grow opium poppies no and if if the supply I of those things were cut off it represented a national security issue so we stockpiled these drugs to choose the name of the roads to like heroin highway highway and painkiller. There's already a heroin highway outside of Kandahar and we continued to stockpile that stuff off into the nineties because of course once you have a bunch of morphine and opium. It's not like the government can then sell it when when it no longer needs it ride. There's no market now open market for that stuff. Does it go bad. Like like advil like will they. Can they started converting it it into a morphine sulfate which is more stable. I think if it just sits around radic cheese mold on it and you can't use it or maybe it gets even hotter. I'm not shooting up or that it'd be it becomes even better but the gold standard. And the fact that our that our money was tied to gold and to to quantities of gold. So you know that worked. Except that when the United States possessed so much of the world's gold it really started to limit other other countries ability or make them Lancy. It sure gives us a lot of power to essentially turn on the Faucet it sure does and and it made the US dollar the the The the major sort of currency by by a fair margin and so even that was one of the uglier currencies. It was not as beautiful as the GILDA. We're Shirley rd monochrome green lean paper or even the even the Swiss franc very beautiful money so in the nineteen sixties governments European governments. I started to rebel against The US sort of being the the currency that all other currencies were pegged to and in those countries Goldfinger as the hero. Well yeah and it was really. It was West Germany that I sort of peeled off and said the deutschemark is no longer gonNA play play this game and it was very successful for them. The deutschemark became now more valuable volatile currency. But one that end so so that started a little bit of a AH trend that Countries were were going off the gold standard and and their their their currencies became sort of tradable basically commodities in August of Nineteen seventy-one Richard Nixon. No less than Richard Nixon. As part of a sweeping reform of the economy took the United States off of the gold standard. So late right seventy one was was fairly late. We think of the Goldstone. I standard is kind of William Jennings Bryan era controversy. But it took Nixon to go to Kentucky I guess it you did Yeah Oh when Nixon went to Kentucky Right. It couldn't have been a Democratic president. And this really was. This did throw sort. You've deficit hawks and conservatives and conspiracy theorists into a tizzy because of course if your money is no longer backed by anything other than the reputation of the US government and the general. You know the sort of talk about establishing the price of gold by Fiat. Not Now. We're just saying this money's worth what it's worth if there's anybody I'd entrust the reputation of the US government to its Richard Nixon. What could go wrong Well what could go wrong Gold was still not a tradable commodity until Gerald R Ford in nineteen seventy four made it and this was. This may seem crazy but in it wasn't until seventy four that you could legally own gold as a private citizen and so that's why I chose to be born so Ford said sure go ahead and own gold and initially gold was still sort of affect thirty five dollars. An ounce took a while for it to to gain in price. Well what What is gold? What is the price of gold today? In our era just to give the future. Lynx benchmark the price of gold today fourteen hundred and seventy five dollars an hour. That'd be a little more and a lot out of that happened. A lot of that price. Inflation happened during the financial crisis in two thousand seven. Eight and nine in two thousand four. You could buy announce of gold for about four one hundred and fifty bucks and it sort of crept up during the during the run-up to the financial crisis. It was six hundred. The Bucks in two thousand six drives me crazy of course because in two thousand six I had six hundred dollars in gold. I'd know just had six hundred dollars. I could have bought it. The two thousand seven and it was where eighteen eight hundred dollars and then you could've bought a lot of things I could if I could have. Yeah Yeah you could have Microsoft stock. You could've bought action comics number. One in two thousand seven Microsoft stock wouldn't have been two thousand seventeen big of an okay two thousand seven. You could've if bought Amazon's that's true or you could have bought look. BITCOIN is the one. The first appearance of marvel comics character later. Showed up in a movie. Wouldn't of care about that. But by two thousand eleven gold had gone up to nineteen hundred dollars. An ounce eighteen. This is the natural normal response to people in times of economic crosses or is this just late night. TV ADS on Fox News. Scaring the boomers. Well because people think that gold has intrinsic value and that paper dollars. Don't and if you recall. Recall the the the hyperventilating Fox News take on it was that the financial crisis the the The collapse of all all those banks. Because of the mortgage crisis was going to result in a loss of faith in the American dollar and the euro and it was going to result in a worldwide economic collapse which was exactly what was sort of threatening the Roosevelt Administration in Nineteen thirty three but in one thousand nine hundred or in two thousand eleven. We didn't have the option of changing the price of gold quite like we did. The government can't buy all your dollars back so all these water called called gold bugs or people that are that that feel like as the as the economy collapses you can rely on gold as as a As a container of wealth even though if it's a real Zombie apocalypse. Yeah nobody's making jewelry or or or cellphones. Show show up with little bar gold and say give me some rice. I mean the people with the last little bit of rice. I don't care about your gold shave off of the pocket knife.
"knox" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"I I did not know where the Federal Reserve Bank is but it's ten from the nine eleven attacks the worst terrorist attack on. US soil one. In fact during nine eleven there was a lot of bullion stored in the World Trade Center her interesting and after the after the collapse of the World Trade Center as they were digging it out there was the I guess. Deutsche Bank had a lot of gold there were international observers on on hand trying to make sure they got the right amount of gold badly needed to dig all that out and you know as the fire department were throwing blue jeans into their into their fire trucks. Sorry wait is it the position of this program that nine eleven firefighters were stealing bluejeans. Have you seen those photos now. I have it after the buildings collapsed. They found a fire truck that was That had been crushed under the building and when they when they when it was revealed it was full looted bluejeans now. I'm crushed at the firemen. were gas were as they were evacuating. People were also sort of evacuating the the gap man. Pretty bad. But but you know that's neither confirm nor denied by by external sources. That might have all just been a Hologram. Yes we know a lot of the nine eleven attacks were maybe you drink grams so it was authorized. It was understood at the time that we needed to protect our goal and so they cast about looking for a place to to build a secure facility. They picked Fort Knox in the Great State of Kentucky which was already some kind of army installation Galatian Fort Knox had been an army base for a long time. It was a fairly contested spot During the civil war it was the the confluence of the Salt Salt River and the Ohio River. I think but it was a it was a place where a lot of battles civil it was. You know it changed hands during the civil war. It had been an army base. Henry Knox the first secretary of war. It wasn't during this period it was it's a reverse naming it was it. Was it retroactively retro. Well it was named I guess it was. It was named Fort Knox right about this time. Nineteen thirty two so right before during the hoover administration it The name changed what what had been It was four Duffield during the civil war. The field for all our troops troops out in Duffield. Yo Yo yo it was named for field. I don't know who Duffield in Duffield was like sort of a colonel or a no. I'm sorry it was named for a reverend who was the father of a kernel used to be a much lower standard For for a WHO could get a military base areas. Just some guy in the quartermasters office who had to file a paperwork. WHO said I will put it over here by the river? It's sort of like the Little Creek Freak. That's on my property. I'm really considering trying to name it. Some you know name it Creek Morgan after myself or after my great grand absolutely should do that. Well I I think the city actually is. Is there a name. I think they have a name for it. They just don't enforce it. Is there any reason. It should not be Omnibus Creek. I put a sign up. That said that I'm the creek. I don't know who's going to tear it down. Most of the most of my neighbors are on ninety five when the new neighbors move in when the young people come well ninety five year olds are very change resistant. You're going to find out what they called the creek when they were little creek. That's mud creek. No the Guy Across the street called it a creek two days ago and he was telling me that That old Chicago in the Chicago. Ed was a was crazier than a march hair down. Just this big news about Chicago coming out on the show So for Knox was chosen and oh it had been it had been called Camp Knox I guess during the during the period during during World War One and then it became it was the It was the place that the army started to consolidate its mechanized armor units as tanks became a bigger part tired of army war making Technology Camp Knox and then Fort Knox became the headquarters of us armor and it was where you know. A patent got his made his bones and and that was part of the part of the appeal of locating our our gold reserves there because it's limited by the Strana by tanks and we were still trying to protect it and imagined that the that the threat the real L. threat to it was that someone would invade the United States and getting to Fort Knox Kentucky would be would be quite a job. You'd have to get over over those Appalachian Cat Burglars. Their Manhattan's gotTa Be Crawling with Gentlemen West Gentleman jewel thieves gold fingers everywhere. We know cold fingers. Tentacles anacle extended even into the Blue Grass of Kentucky. But they they set about building this this very secure facility. A A building made out of North Carolina granite that with a with a vault constructed by the Moseley Company sitting sitting out in the middle of a basically a barbed wire protected minefield. That was going to be the mcduck stuff. It really the Beagle boys out in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. They over a five month long period. They moved this gold in thirty nine. Separate trains is two hundred and fifteen different train cars from Philadelphia to Fort Knox and a big part of this is because gold is heavy. I don't know if you know this is out. That's the main problem. I'm seeing here so a train car. Full of gold would not be a train car stacked to the roof with gold. That would be not movable. I mean it's you know you to fill up a train car with gold. You're talking about kind of two pallets of gold and then Hobos and then you're surrounded by Hobos and as you know. Foreign governments cannot penetrate a Scrim of hope. Most of those are Pinkerton. I know that's one one issue with like Fort Knox on the inside looks nothing nothing like it does in Goldfinger. And that's the problem. There's no big stacks of gold because you golds just too heavy and unwieldy he'd have a big room stacked with it. You know you. You've got a series of rooms a small amount of gold each because that's the amount you can lift in fact the entire space in Fort. Knox dedicated to storing. Gold is only about a four thousand square feet sappointing four thousand now the size of suburban. Home how big is your house exactly. That's that's mcmansions sized for nine not even a big mansion around four thousand square feet is is is suburban house so you can put an awful lot of gold in a pretty small area now. If I ever have to put all the Golden Fort Knox in my house I can probably do Ronald we get pretty close to it although it would collapse your floor and also sync into the earth like the reason. The Federal Reserve Bank is used for the Federal Reserve. Bank in New York is used to store that much. Gold is that the foundation of that building is built on Manhattan sadness it's built on bedrock unmovable bedrock and so it's really. It's really one of the only buildings in the world that has a foundation strong enough to hold them much gold toe so it's it's Kentucky gradually sinking into the wealth the Orthodox mental it has has incredibly thick concrete and rebar our construction within this sort of granite super architecture But but this was as I say during a period and at right right before World War Two countries were bringing their gold to the United States but also the US through its whole through its whole project of making gold illegal and collecting gold our reserves had had grown by By a significant margin. Now all the goal that we collected from regular people and the gold that we were continuing to mine and the gold that we were that used to be meant for consumers that had been scrapped really only constituted. Did you know a fairly small amount of the of the gold in the world. We only we only gained six million ounces by by by this buyback program and we had about twenty five million ounces through other sources but between the period of nineteen thirty three and nineteen forty one our gold reserves went as follows in nineteen thirty three we had about about one hundred and ninety four million ounces of gold in the United States when when Roosevelt past this this order by nineteen forty that had become well by nineteen thirty seven after this initial you know buyback period five years after we had almost twice as much gold three hundred fifty million ounces but by nineteen forty because of this capital flight from Europe we had six hundred and thirty five million ounces of gold and we we've discussed yes this on the I think maybe the gold hats entry that the amount of goal in the world is not an eye popping amount. You could fit all the gold that exists on earth into a cube broadsides. It's twenty meters long right and and by by the beginning of World War Two we we had we possessed eighty percent of the world's gold reserves observe here in the United States. Wow in Kentucky of all places by that was that was moved Not all of it was in Kentucky. Still there was still a lot kept other places but we we had a tremendous tremendous. What pile I guess of it? I guess the technical term And during the war for Knox was Fort Knox became became what it is today. Kind of a A euphemism for or something for a for a place that is incredibly safe and so it's like Fort Knox in there it's like four nine. Four five was a soldier in there. Every time I went on duty I'd be like Whoa. It's like Fort Knox box at the moment. I'm limited to doing that in Grand Central Station in New York. It's like for Knox in here. Yeah it's like Fort Knox India Grand Central Station which is absolutely the full of people and has doors on all sides. Anything like Fort Knox know when I'm in Grand Central Terminal and it's very busy I turn to whoever I'm with and I say wow it's like grand central station in here. Oh I see and and they think it's hilarious. You are such a dad. Yeah I actually did this with my daughter last week and she was she know enough to roller is it was audible. The noisy train terminal you could hear the.
"knox" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Born and when they're doing it they're going you're just like ooh clutch my pearls that's this is a fancy place why are you doing no win anytime we should make fart noises particularly wet no i don't like that at awesome all great adjective thank you for including that as a brilliant move on your part i think honestly i think the more serious situation the better a wet fart noise crushes like you're talking about a funeral i don't i don't advocate this but if you're going to do the western or is it a funeral i bet it would rush i thought we were tried not to fend anybody in this i'm not i'm just number number one one just talking about reality in life right now well f wa don't invite knox and jamie to your family funeral may not go well okay so that's those are the kinds of stories we're going for it right so now let's get into some of our favorite stories that just exemplify the classic dad humor dad behavior data activities so up next is merrick zero four one seven when i was younger i had an imaginary friend named ceesay on the drive home from occasion i would not start talking about c apparently this was super annoying to my dad's so he told me that if i talked about ceesay one more time he would throw her out the window of course i talked about again so my dad roll down the window and pretended the throw suzy out the window i cried so uncontrollably that my mom made him get off in an exit turn around and stopped to quote pick up suzy off the sada doubtful here i think he he laid down some expectations those expectations were not met you called his bluff what else does he's supposed to do he laid down expectations about something that did not exist.
"knox" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
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"knox" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Hello and welcome that's the number two fortyseven of the pumpkins i'm on your host knocks mccoy host cheney golden the park cast is a show dedicated liability seeing were committed educating you on the things entertained do not matter to find out more about these solitary pursuits check us out at not sin jamie dot com you can also find us on instagram and facebook at the podcast aim on twitter at podcast pod guys thanks for joining us this week as we are going to be talking going solo in pucklechurch but before we do that guy's the season is upon us yes you're thinking it's summer but it's actually the bachelorette the new season of the bachelorette starts monday may twenty eighth and if you are a subscriber to the podcast in your podcast app of twice which we hope you are then you've already seen our new episode in the feed analyzing the twenty eight suitors vying for becca k's affection if you are not a subscriber hurt our feelings but also just make sure you go to knox and jamie dot com slash bachelorette eighteen to listen and learn more about all of these really qualified like jinyan heartfelt guys just looking for love and like i i won't speak for you i will never reveal how hard we worked at that episode in on this recap series because it's embarrassing it's embarrassing but no we work really hard you abandon your family i abandoned all my chores and my finances for hours we had to drive to knoxville noted armpit of the country and i'm editing on the fly while it's raining ashley screaming at me 'cause she doesn't have directions or kids are yelling but i'm like gotta edit this just piece of art episode that we got to deliver to our listeners that's that's a hard we work for you guys that's how committed so again go to knock dot com slash bachelorette twenty eighteen to learn all about our hard work hey guys if you love our show i'm sure you're looking for other great podcasts recommendations to listen to well we want to introduce you to some of our teammates on the wondering networks so you great shows that we would recommend the first step is accused.
"knox" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"You can also get me on twitter at the jonas knox also so there was a lot that was leading up into this weekend's ufc event so they had this big ufc event in brooklyn at barclays center and so the conor mcgregor incident that took place that everybody said was quote unquote staged in okaz normally when there's a staged event you don't tell any of the people that are involved in the stage and you don't even tell them that there's a darling in guardrail flying through a bus window adam so they can lose a hundreds of thousands of dollars and fights and a bunch of lawsuits but never mind that it stage okay so this fight leading up you add the main event cancelled you had all these different fighters pull out the mcgregor incident all these different things put together i gotta be honest with you man first of all the i i don't know if anybody really understands how much of a pain in the acid is to have that completely cancelled last minute when all the promotional stuff has gone out when all the advertising has gone out when all the bars and restaurants have already paid full price for my brother gets the ufc events at the bar that he runs we have a family business my brother runs a bar runs a bar and restaurant owns it gets every single ufc fight they had eight people pay okay in other words for many people out there that don't understand the bar industry or the restaurant industry that is code for he lost his ass on that fight card because of all the cancellations but i will say this the one thing about ufc different from boxing different from any other sport if you have a late cancellation like that and somebody steps in who may be isn't deserving when you strap on four ounce gloves on any human being who can crack a little bit and you have so many different variables that you've gotta worry about notified there are all sorts of opportunities for crazy things to happen it was a great fight card it actually did a lot better than i anticipated kabeba negga made office the brand new ufc lightweight champion so a fun fun fight card if you watched it it really re you understood what i'm talking about lot of entertaining stuff if.
"knox" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Knox from things like antibiotics but i think the critical thing to do is to use these drugs judiciously using them carefully to treat infections that they can actually treat rather than things like say cold and flu which antibiotics have no hope of treating all to his reduce or stop using them in agriculture they given a huge quantities to livestock to make them grow bigger and that is a used that we can't afford to keep up any more given the rise of things like drugresistant infections and to how the drugresistant infections of about wanted to talk about how microbes evolve against how do they become resist than two antibiotics so in in several ways a we know that as long as antibiotics existed to antibiotics all bacteria weapons that we've just sort of exploited and repurpose they've been around for billions of years and as long as they been around bacteria have evolved resistance to them now the human use of antibiotics has led to widespread resistance because by to revolt very quickly you chuck drug at them they will very rapidly become resistant to a because some will die off some will have the right mutations to shrug off the drugs would defuse them will pumped them out and those mutations will then spread in the population owner took about how we how we gotta microbiology's in the first place i first of all how does it pass woman them a mother to an imf.