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AP Switches to Sony

The Digital Story

05:37 min | 6 d ago

AP Switches to Sony

"This is digital story podcast number, seven, forty, nine July, twenty, eighth, two, thousand and twenty today's theme is. Resting on your laurels can hurt you. AP Switches to Sony. I'm Derek Story. Prior to the murless revolution, cannon had the camera industry pinned to the Mat. I remember attending an invite only precedent at. Back in the day and marveling at their confidence and swagger, and for good reason, they were dominant. But soon after serious tiger FY began to evolve away from the DS or and cannon was slow to innovate. In just last week, the Associated Press announced they were switching to Sony for all their photography and video work. That's Today's top story on the TV S. photography podcast. Change has been in the air for quite some time and I. Just you know you think back on things you know little stories that you read here things that you hear there and pretty soon they start to add up to something. Big and something big has definitely happened with the Associated Press deciding to switch from cannon which they were using primarily of for their work to Sony for everything for photography and video the whole Enchilada. Now those little things I was talking about four example. I remember reading a story a few months ago. About it was a hearing the government hearing and DSL. Ours were deemed too noisy to shoot during the proceedings, so the DSL are photographers were asked to do not shoot except at specific times, so they were basically controlled when they could take a picture. On the other hand, the murless shooter. Room time and it was a Sony shooter ironically. was able to shoot at will, because he was able to set his camera so that it made no noise whatsoever and I. Remember Thinking about that story at the time, I'm going. Wow, look out for this right. If you're in the world of journalism, look out for this and sure enough Not that long after we get this big announcement now many of us. US Are Mere Lewis shooters. We can imagine the benefits of these cameras over DSL. Lars during the daily grind of reporting I mean don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure this out. murless cameras are lighter. They're more agile and they are definitely quieter as I just talked about so if you had to carry a bank all day every day, would you choose? Realistically, what would you choose? At the same time while you know, we're sort of figuring out that we value our backs in our shelters and our necks, Sony continued to add necessary pieces to complete the professional photographer puzzle. They launched their professional service which by the way associated. Press has expressed great confidence in Sony's ability to deliver professional services onsite during major events, so they launched that and they got it going in. They did it well enough to get the. The confidence of the Associated Press they put long white aperture telephoto lenses in the roadmap, and they carefully integrated stills and video into the same camera system, and this becomes really one of the important aspects of a peace decision to make the switch and I have some quotes for you coming up here in just a minute about a week ago, they officially announced a AP did that. They're switching to the Sony Alpha system. The quote with hundreds of staff photographers and videographers around the world and thousands of freelancers who contribute the is a massive entrusted source that covers both the expectant and unexpected, and they're going to do that with Sony cameras so when I have here I, did some research about the discussion you know basically most of the quotes are from a director of photography, also the deputy managing editor, so David is the director of Photography and Darryl is the deputy managing editor and from two different places. We're going to start out with some comments that were captured by the director of photography. On an article in DP. Review DP review, and I have the link to that article in the show notes. The articles titled were confident that they can deliver. We talk with a piece director of photography about the switch to Sony the link is in the show notes there. Here's a few of the. Comment on them and again. This is the director of photography. We like the idea of having the color quality in the image quality, being close to the same between stills and video equipment, so if a still soccer for help out a video colleague with a little filming or B roll. It would fit in the at it in. If we were to pull a grab frame from a four K. video camera, it would have the same basic feel as a photograph from stills camera.

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Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page (Listen)

Doug Stephan

02:54 min | Last week

Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page (Listen)

"The Stones rolled out details their upcoming goat's head soup box set earlier this past month, But the most exciting elements for their fans was a previously unreleased song. According with Jimmy Page that you're listening to year called Scarlet sets not coming out to a September the fourth. But this week, the band released the highly anticipated track. Song was cut in October in 1974 with Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, both handling guitar duties and traffics Rick Gretch on the base. Pete says. My recollection is that we walked in at the end of a Zeppelin session. They were just leaving and we were booked in next and I believe that Jimi decided to stay. We weren't actually cutting. It is a track was basically just a demo was to get the feel of it, but it came out well over the line up like that. You know, we better be using it. 1975 page told Rolling Stone that Rolling Stone magazine that he thought the track was supposed to be a B side of a stones record. It sounded very similar style and mood to those blonde on blonde tracks. Jimmy said. He was great. Really good. We stayed up all night when down Island Studios where Keith put some reggae guitars over one section. I just put some solos on it. It was eight in the morning and next day before he was able to do that. I remember first, jamming this song with Jimmy and Keith in Ronnie's basement student, Jang said his great session. A new edition of Goat's head soup also features previously unreleased tracks Criss cross and all the rage along with the rare demos and a complete concert, taped at a gig in Belgium in 1973. Stones originally planned on touring American football Stadium this year, But certainly that gonna happen this year anyway. During the down time, they've released a new song called Living in a Ghost Town. The first original songs. He's 2012. So the stones are at it. Interesting, Jimmy Page story. Never heard this one before. No, I like the song though. It's very Yeah, I kind of did, too. Yes, I didn't know if I love seeing old documentaries. We've been watching a lot of stuff about Laurel Canyon and like Ringo was actually really good friends with Mickey Dolenz, the drummer for the Monkeys, which was always a joke that the monkeys were created to be like the American beetles. And so it's it's I like seeing who was actually friends with whom and to see that I never knew Jimmy Page in the Stones ever had any crossover and the fact that he played on the song is really cool. Jimmy Page lives in a house across the street from Murray Gellar's old house in Sonny. And apparently, he's quite noisy in the neighbourhood,

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Protesters for mask mandate deliver list of demands to Governor's Mansion in Iowa

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Protesters for mask mandate deliver list of demands to Governor's Mansion in Iowa

"Of Iowans protested at the governor's mansion Friday, calling for Governor Kim Reynolds. The sign an executive order mandating masks in the state. This is protest or Laurel Clinton, I would, as a parent would feel more comfortable. With the numbers dropping to be able to send my son back to school. I was governor is not back to mandate yet saying that she is asking. I want to take on personal responsibility.

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Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule

Hugh Hewitt

00:48 sec | Last month

Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule

"For the first time in Belgium's history. A reigning king is expressing regret for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what's now Democratic Republic of Congo. King Philip's letters stop short of an apology, but he has marked the 60th anniversary of Congo's independence from Belgium by acknowledging suffering and humiliation on the Belgian colonization. And acts of violence and cruelty in the Congo free state. That was his ancestor, Leopold's private territory where officials hacked off the limbs of Children and their parents. Quotas for rubber, ivory and minerals. Production were missed. Leopold Statues have been defaced in black lives matter Protests, but only this month King Philip's brother, Prince Laurel, sort to exonerate Leopold. On the grounds that he'd never bean to

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Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule

Hugh Hewitt

00:48 sec | Last month

Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule

"For the first time in Belgium's history. A reigning king is expressing regret for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what's now Democratic Republic of Congo. King Philip's letters stop short of an apology, but he has marked the 60th anniversary of Congo's independence from Belgium by acknowledging suffering and humiliation on the Belgian colonization. And acts of violence and cruelty in the Congo free state. That was his ancestor, Leopold's private territory where officials hacked off the limbs of Children and their parents. Quotas for rubber, ivory and minerals. Production were missed. Leopold Statues have been defaced in black lives matter Protests, but only this month King Philip's brother, Prince Laurel, sort to exonerate Leopold. On the grounds that he'd never bean to

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Belgian king expresses 'deepest regrets' for brutal colonial rule

Hugh Hewitt

00:48 sec | Last month

Belgian king expresses 'deepest regrets' for brutal colonial rule

"For the first time in Belgium's history. A reigning king is expressing regret for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what's now Democratic Republic of Congo. King Philip's letters stop short of an apology, but he has marked the 60th anniversary of Congo's independence from Belgium by acknowledging suffering and humiliation on the Belgian colonization. And acts of violence and cruelty in the Congo free state. That was his ancestor, Leopold's private territory where officials hacked off the limbs of Children and their parents. Quotas for rubber, ivory and minerals. Production were missed. Leopold Statues have been defaced in black lives matter Protests, but only this month King Philip's brother, Prince Laurel, sort to exonerate Leopold. On the grounds that he'd never bean to

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'In fact, we will be doing more testing': Fauci says he was never asked to slow coronavirus testing

Marketplace

01:01 min | Last month

'In fact, we will be doing more testing': Fauci says he was never asked to slow coronavirus testing

"Dr Anthony Fauci and other top health officials testified today before a house committee on the administration's response to the corona virus pandemic after president trump remarked this past weekend it asked his people to quote slow the testing down about you short lawmakers no member of the coronavirus task force has ever been asked to do that more members laurel Wamsley doctor felt she was unequivocal I know for sure but to my knowledge none of us had ever been told to slow down on testing that just is a fact that she is the top scientist involved with the federal response and he said that while the New York metro area and Washington DC have done well in bringing down the number of cases he was disturbed by the current surges in states including Arizona Texas and Florida bottom line is the chairman it's a mixed bag some good and some now we have a problem with he said that it's critical to use testing isolation and contact tracing over the next two weeks to address those surges laurel Wamsley NPR news

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Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

The Frame

03:32 min | Last month

Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

"Seems like we have to talk about North Korea again the grand opening of the inter Korean liaison office two years ago was a big deal both symbolic and literally it was meant to reflect improving relationships between north and South Korea heavily covered North Korea blew it up laurel why so this incident is highly symbolic the office was meant to facilitate dialogue between the two Koreas and paid for by the south and sitting on the north soil so North Korea framed the decision to destroy the office as retaliation after a group of defectors use balloons to send anti north Korean propaganda leaflets north of the DMZ but this is really just the latest escalation in in this in these tensions after North Korea last week also announced it would cut off all communications with the south as well in response to the leaflets on it in addition the north also said it would re militarize portions of the border that had been peaceful in recent years so this is really a bad sign that Ted that relations between the north and south are in a very bad place right now and this is particularly disappointing for for Korea watchers after after president trump and south Korean president moon actually had made some progress in negotiations with the north over the last few years at least in appearance anyway even though the Singapore summit in twenty eighteen the agreement was mostly symbolic it it's still sort of paved the way for these this dialogue to continue but unfortunately that that's really gone downhill since then and at the same time there are recent reports that are popping up that are saying North Korea has been ramping up its nuclear weapons arsenal John and last year last year it broke an eighteen month hiatus and and weapons tests conducted in eighteen I think tested mostly short range ballistic missiles since then so is Shawn and Kim yo Jong north Korean leader Kim jong-un's sister has taken responsibility for this attack for blowing up the liaison what do we know about her why would she do this she's a sister on on for quite some time she's been on the sidelines Korea watchers would sort of parse state photos and see where she's standing in and for a long time she was this figure shrouded in mystery now she's come to the fore and she's limited she's been quite quite a dramatic presence in all this she seemed to be a bit more ruthless than her brother and and and there's a great deal of speculation about the kind of role she's currently playing within the regime in Pyongyang and and how much influence she has how much growing influence she has I think her coming to the fore is is important the the the move to blow up this office in Quezon is as low as saying huge blow to political blow to moon jae in the south Korean president who's really yoked his legitimacy and his political aspirations on a real fall with north with the north and that that seems to be in in a tough place right now and of course it is our hope that this explosion also kind of very symbolically blows up what what already faded aspirations the trump administration had that its efforts including these incredibly publicized photo ops with between trump and Kim Jong moon it really blows up the city really underscores the hollowness of the trump plan to get North Korea to do to denuclearize

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"laurel" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

07:36 min | Last month

"laurel" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"It's we know what's coming up. Is the the Manson murders and all that going on? How do you think that affected the music of Laurel Canyon? Well I think. I mean there was always a dark even in the first half I part with. The story seems a little bit lighter. They're still a darkness. undertones there. The civil rights movement is happening and you know. Violent things going on the Vietnam is raging in these guys are draft eligible, and if there's always this underpinning darkness there, but I think in part to what happens is darkness becomes immediately connected to the music scene directly with ultimate with the deaths of ultimate. And the hells, angels being there and then Manson, murders and Manson was tied into the music. Industry was a wannabe rock and roll star. Who got these crazy people to follow him so? I think that the darkness was directly from the music connected to the music. I think change things a bitch, and also these artists growing up and maturing and becoming aware. And conscious of the world around them in a in a much bigger way. I mean it's funny when you think about for what it's worth being. Everyone thinks it's about the Vietnam War was written about these kids who couldn't get into this club protested you know. It's you know the demeaning. It's been signed attributed to after what? Other than was originally out it's it's really cool so I think the music. Shifted a bit, but there's still there's a lot of lightness in part two. Also, it's not all doom and gloom by any stretch of the events nation. It's just you know reality you know reality strikes. These artists are getting older. Plus frankly the drugs changed. It went from those by. which had a profound impact on everyone and it was a bad impact. It was you know. It it was dark drug. Talked to David Crosby a lot about that little bit. Lebanon talked. About it, I mean one of my first questions. Everyone was what Laurel Canyon smell like, and they all said pot. And then another question. was you know what happened when it changed when the drug shifted some pots, Kokin seventies and they all were like. Yeah it just it took the life out of it just sucked the life out of something that was so beautiful before. Did you talk to David Geffen wasn't I. Don't remember Okay Yep. I guess that was another part of all sudden. These these managers like Elliot Robert Glad you got him to. That's wonderful. That's he's he's. We did the last interview with him before he died. Yeah, but but yeah. It's wonderful that you were able to get that. But yeah, suddenly I think a lot of these businessmen started to realize. Hey, we can make a lot of money off this, and that's I think that change is seen as well as that. Was that something that you gathered as well? Yeah, definitely, and I mean a Elliott and. David at least certainly in the beginning lan, especially Elliott was really good guy, and had an David, was to and had the best. Interests of their artists was foremost, but they also certainly realized they could make money and others came in after them in really realized. I could make money and that's also when it shifted. These and these bands you know. These artists went from playing at the Troubadour, four, one another to and supporting one another. To playing, you know stadiums in Colossians and. Making huge amounts of money into the scene. Just sort of has slowly. Faded out, but they're still I mean. Did you? You find? They're still a scene in Laurel. Canyon, there's a lot of contemporary artists that are are still that still play there. I mean you drive through Canyon I still once in a while, I'll see someone at the country store playing guitar just on the corner. Yeah. It's still very healthy scene. Yeah no absolutely and what's been interesting, and Kobe is the Laurel Canyon Society. They've been doing where everyone plays music out their. Doors and windows, so the music's now wafting out a across the canyon again, which is really cool cool. We didn't even talk about love a little bit the band. What Amazing Band But they kind of. Handed the baton off to the doors. Because they. They were not happy. Or why don't you tell the story of love or what? I did not know this at some. People that effort destroyed before, but I didn't know it before. It's just amazing. It's the. Love had signed with Elektra. They were there only rock band at that point and they weren't happy with electro. Electro wasn't in their minds promoting them enough. So and they got another offer. That was a really good offer, but electro wouldn't let them out of their contract, so Johnny Arthur decided well okay. Let's get them to sign the doors, and then they'll let us out of our contracts and we'll go on and sign. Much better company for us, and so of course they beg Holtzman to go see Jim and the doors play, and in the film you only goes twice in reality. He went three times both times for the first two times. He went he just like I. Don't get it. tagging all over the stage, and he just didn't the third time he was on fire, and he's like Oh. My God they signed him that night, and then all the money that they would at would presumably spent on promoting love got switched to the doors and love of got left in the dust. is a sad story, but it's an amazing one. They didn't have anything in writing. That said that they could be. Better can terminate their contracts if a if the doors were signed to the label no now. Now they pushed the doors on a million nate at taking over. Your love. Continue to make mazing music but I don't think that they were or are as known as they certainly should. Yeah I. Agree and I I didn't even think about it at the time, but you. You mentioned the film that. When they toured the south, they they were not allowed to play I mean that's insane. They were allowed to play fake a segregated audiences which they refused to. Always hard for us to imagine. Well, is it you know? Gary. It's like you'd think we should be so much further alone and look at where we are. I guess knowing that is apropos now right now without knowing the story of Love, which I didn't know either. Yeah, yeah, Johnny was lovely h optimum. That's great. Did you. In his eye to. Did you have a lot of Arthur Lee footage or what or the to remain. There's some of that footage of love at home. Movie step is so wonderful of them running around in by slick regularly around the cars driving. There's some really fun footage wasn't. Them though. It wasn't obviously. We tell their stories, but still. That's amazing. What do you think that was? Guess the photographers mentioned that they didn't know what they were that they were filming. History or you know. There's a lot of there are a lot of cameras around there. There's more footage than you expect is that? was I mean it seemed like a lot of people had cameras that wasn't like phones, but but there were still people were documenting this this like..

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"laurel" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

04:20 min | Last month

"laurel" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Street that's one where I had the music and just came up with those words. Is Girlfriend Pam had just moved into that place above the country store. She has a house and Garden I would like to see what happens. How There's a store where the creatures meet. That is the gaining country store. The heart of Laurel Canyon. Did you have more footage of the Joni Mitchell. Michelle is the only artists used on unscreened currently. That's actually a pretty long time ago. That that was shot, I was shot probably thirty years ago. Wow I thought it was more current than it not. But that's one of those scenes was one of my favorite parts where they ask. Who who are you and she stops for like maybe ten seconds and goes really deep into. Who is Joni Mitchell? When when actually they just want her name but that I guess that's insight into Johnny's thinking, right? I think it says everything about her like she. Goes to the deepest place that was one of the first things I remember. I was sitting with my editor going through that interview, and when that moment came up I'm like play that again and we played it again, I said. That's how we're starting this whole series. And obviously we found a place for it, but it's not. It goes on for forty seconds. And we let her to sit. I don't know. Only seconds to you. I know I got immersed in the to. It's just. It's crazy I, love it. Let's talk about the Laurel. Canyon seen in these parties and just kind of get together I guess the the hub seemed to be where Mama Cass Elliot lived. Yeah. That's this. Was this a weekly occurrence, do you? Did you hear what how often these everyone got together and I? Think it happened. I don't think it was ever planned. It happened quite frequently and I think that house was probably always people revolving out. I don't think the parties were ever planned. There I'm sure somewhere but I think it was during spontaneous. People would just show I think that was the gathering place. but people went really from house to house. The doors weren't locked. People walk into. Hey, look working on. You know it was a very. Special Open Time. Is that what you gathered from Mama? CASS, I mean I guess that's how she got her name that she really wanted to create. This environment is at Unfortunately, I've never met her of course. Everything I've heard about her. She was so warm and embracing and an encouraging and very nurturing of of everyone around her, and everyone was drawn to her, and seems like a lot of these musicians are at a point in. Of current interviews, but I think a lot of people. Especially I'm guessing David Crosby really wants to get this story straight or Kim I mean I think. He acknowledges that he was an asshole back in the day. And now he I think he had his own documentary. Remember my name. And I think I think he wants to get his story out there if someone asked me about, why didn't they try to make David? Crosby, look more like an asphalt on like well. You know I, think that I don't remember whether it's Roger or Chris Hillman. That says you know. The birds were more like not so much a band of brothers, but more like a pirate about. Sums it up. I think that I mean I can't speak for their motivation, but why they wanna tell the stories now I I suppose. SURE THEY WANNA get the story straight Jackson when I interview Jackson, he was a little bit combative. He's like it was. All the law Kanye step. It's just a myth, just a place. And then at the end of the interview, he said well good like it's an important story to tell him well. It's all a myth anyway. Let him have that same the film, so he was happy about that I. Think wonder if he was just being humble, or he really knew how special it was I. Don't know I I don't think Jackson. Says anything he doesn't mean..

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Human embryo-like model created from human stem cells

The KFBK Morning News

00:29 sec | Last month

Human embryo-like model created from human stem cells

"Reporting this morning that scientists have grown a model human embryo or embryos from stem cells taking test tube babies to a new level scientists have developed a human embryo blueprint using human stem cells a breakthrough they didn't need like the parts that usually go into an embryo yeah I just want some cell university of Cambridge are few using stem cells okay laurel yep university of Cambridge and nobleman's based Hugh Brecht institute

Hugh Brecht Institute University Of Cambridge
MD Gov. Hogan praises Farmers to Families Food Box program

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

MD Gov. Hogan praises Farmers to Families Food Box program

"Governor Hogan thank the trump administration for a new program that gets fresh produce to food banks it's called farmers to family food boxes helping our our farmers and our growers and our suppliers and it's helping put people to work right here and bring them back it's helping our food banks in our community organizations Hogan spoke at coastal Sunbelt produce in laurel which the government is using right now to help deliver up to three billion dollars worth of

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Steve Martin On His Years As A Comic — And Walking Away From Stand-Up

Fresh Air

10:00 min | 3 months ago

Steve Martin On His Years As A Comic — And Walking Away From Stand-Up

"But if you could hold Steve Martin has been making people laugh often with highly conceptual humor since the nineteen sixties when he was a staff writer on the smothers brothers comedy hour in the seventies he became a major stand up comedy star filling arenas with his fans he rose to fame along with his then new TV show called Saturday Night Live on which he made many memorable appearances as a wild and crazy guy a medieval barber and a fan of king tut eventually the fame that brought in huge audiences also made it impossible for him to do the kind of comedy that made him original he starred in movies from the jerk to parenthood and in recent years has also written plays essays and books and toured with both his bluegrass band and with friend and fellow comic Martin short Steve Martin won the Mark Twain prize for American humor in two thousand five in was a Kennedy center honoree in two thousand seven Terry gross spoke with Steve Martin in two thousand eight about his memoir born standing up Steve Martin welcome back to fresh AIR eleven returning her thank you I thank you very much I'd like you to open with a reading from the beginning of the book and we've we've edited the slightly to make it crystal a little shorter for the broadcast great be happy to I did stand up comedy for eighteen years ten of those years were spent learning for years were spent refining and for years were spent in wild success I was seeking comic originality and fame fell on me as a by product the course was more plodding than her ROIC I did not strive valiantly against doubters but took incremental steps started with a few intuitive leaps I was not naturally talented I didn't sing dance or act the working around that minor detail made me inventive I was not self destructive though I almost destroyed myself in the end I turned away from stand up with the tired swivel of my head and never looked back until now a few years ago I began researching and recalling the details of this crucial part of my professional life which inevitably touches upon my personal life and was reminded why I did stand up and why I walked away in a sense this book is not an autobiography but a biography because I am writing about someone I used to know yes these events are true yet sometimes they seem to have happened to someone else and I often felt like a curious onlooker or someone trying to remember a dream I ignored my stand up career for twenty five years but now having finished this memoir I view this time with surprising warmth one can have it turns out an affection for the war years thanks for reading that that Steve Martin reading from his memoir born standing up which has just been published in paperback yeah I guess I didn't realize how much you closed the door on your comedy years how much there was like a before and after it ended you were done and that was it right I I I'm it was about nineteen eighty one I still had a few obligations left but I knew that hi I could not continue but I guess I could have continued if I had nothing to go to but I did have something to go to which was movies and you know the act had become so known that in order to go back I would have had to create an entirely new show and I wasn't up to it especially when the opportunity for movies and writing movies came around why would you have to create an entirely new show well like I say the the the act was really it there is a passage in the book which I caught because it was so hard to explain but the act essentially besides all the jokes and bits and everything was conceptual and once the concept was understood there was nothing more to develop it's like saying painting the same blank canvas over and over and over and over and over once the concept is no you don't see the need to see to that and that was in the back of my head that I was really done artistically with with what I had created or pastiche to you know in the reading that you just did you describe yourself as not being naturally talented did you think of yourself as naturally funny I'm I didn't didn't think of myself in that way no although I I just love to comedy I I was raised with laurel and hardy and I Love Lucy Anne and Jerry Lewis and I just loved it and I had a friend in high school and we would just laugh all day and put on skits and you know it's the Andy Kaufman thing over to Marty short thing where you're performing in your bedroom for yourself and I I loved magic and so I would practice my magic tricks in front of a mirror for hours and hours and hours because I was told that you must practice you must practice and never present a trip before it's ready but I was just inclined toward show business but I didn't know what I just like being on stage you got your start working in Disneyland you were living in southern California and when you were ten you were selling guidebooks there then you later work for magic shop demonstrating magic tricks and I get the sense from your memoir that demonstrating those magic tricks you know hours a day and really getting them getting them down because you're doing them so much that that gave you a sense that performance required a great deal of craft that even comedy wasn't just a question of going out on stage and saying funny things that there was enormous amounts of work and practice and thought that would have to go into it well that that idea of that that you really had to work at this stuff didn't necessarily come from Disneyland it I I mean I think yes and in terms of presenting a trick but having having it so well honed in your mind was really giving me a sense of security it was I don't want to go out there half baked and you know you learn that through the years you know you're you do a magic show with a friend and you rehearse it a couple of times and yes every all the timing has to be exactly perfect but while you're out there it's it's a different world it's not your mirror you have to make on the spot adjustments but that's just you know whatever entertainer does actually working at the magic shop really gave me a sense of comedy because it was all the jokes we did the tricks but we have all these jokes I had a friend Jim Barlow who you know he he was the the guy I worked with there but he had patter worked out you know it he would go to customers and say Medicare money I mean help you not and you know call them suckers it was really funny and and kind of friendly rude what was your patter I just took all of Jim's patter I'm I'm trying to think of other ones yeah I said it would just it would somebody would buy something it would say and because you are hundred customer today you get a free paperback it's a little silly things like that but Disneyland I'm fifteen right here at early act was a combination of banjo playing juggling magic tricks and comedy and some of that stating your later at two but it sounds like a vaudeville act yes I was very interested involved it was the only sort of discipline that was a five minute act on stage which is what I really enjoyed ins and saw myself doing and I bought books on it I went to the Long Beach pike which was off the carnival fair you know four is really a place for drunken sailors to get tattoos but there was also side shows is very interested in that but you know there is these are all in there these are short acts there was one of the employees at Disneyland that I worked with was named Steve Stewart and he worked in vaudeville and he did a sack for me one day on the floor of the magic shop and I had a couple of great gags one was that I actually used and I asked him if I could use them because I was very strict about using any material that wasn't mine or that that was taken from somebody else let's put it this way I became strict wasn't strict at first there is one trick that one joke that Dave steward did where he said are not yet a glove white glove in his hand the magicians glove any he said and now the glove into dove trick and he threw it into the air and then it hit the floor and he just looked at it and consent and set up for my next trick he went on and it was the first time I saw comedy created out of nothing of nothing happening and I Glaum don to that wait wait wait you're doing I think is not only making comedy out of nothing but making comedy out of people's expectations which you were going to fail to fulfill well yes exactly and I I really started that when I became a semi professional meaning I was working the local folk music clubs going around either working for free or for a week and I quickly decided that you know the material was you know good or weak or whatever and I decided whatever it was I was going to pretend like it was fantastic and how great am I how great is what you're seeing and I think that's what grizzly hunting it's a tune him too because they couldn't believe that someone actually was that confident

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Washington, DC - Hogan unveils the four essential building blocks of Maryland's roadmap to recovery

Larry O'Connor

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Washington, DC - Hogan unveils the four essential building blocks of Maryland's roadmap to recovery

"Governor Larry Hogan standing in front of the newly reopened laurel hospital center in hard hit prince George's county is announcing what he is calling a roadmap to recovery for the state governor Hogan says the roadmap has four essential building blocks first expanding our testing capacity second increasing hospital surge capacity third increase supply of PPVs and forth a robust contact tracing operation Hogan says now that Maryland has acquired more testing kits from South Korea with another payload arriving today at B. W. Y. vice president and the president saying that they would now agree to allow the state of Maryland to access the countless federal labs that are located in our state Hogan says that will speed up testing capability

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How to Tell If You're Really Hungry

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:08 min | 3 months ago

How to Tell If You're Really Hungry

"How hungry are you right now? Were you already thinking about it before I asked? You well now that I mentioned it. Are you hungrier than you were a minute ago? Have you ever felt hungry? Just a couple of hours after eating a good sized meal and wondered how you could possibly be hungry again so soon or maybe you've gone longer than usual without eating and noticed a mysterious absence of hunger. Hunger feels a little bit different to everyone and the same person can experience hunger in lots of different ways at different times. Laurel recently wrote to me about this. She said sometimes my stomach growl but I don't actually feel hungry other times. I'll get that week shaky. Low blood sugar feeling without ever feeling any stomach pangs. And of course there's the classic empty stomach feeling and almost but not quite pain but sometimes I just have an overwhelming desire to eat without any bodily sensations. Is there any research she wants to know? On what these different types of hunger mean you know. Hunger is a very interesting thing. It's equal parts biological instinct and learned response. It can show up as a variety of physical sensations but hunger also has psychological and even emotional dimensions and these are particularly susceptible to manipulation and cultural influence for example. Not that long ago most people used to regularly go four or five or even six hours between meals without thinking twice about it. It's not that they never felt any sensation of hunger during those hours. It's just that those sensations weren't perceived as an emergency but then this popular myth arose that if you went more than two hours without eating. Your metabolism would start to slow down now. There was absolutely no truth to this. A lot of people bought into it and as a result a random twinge suddenly took on new. Meaning stop everything. My metabolism is shutting down. You know after a while it can be harder and harder to distinguish actual physical hunger from anxiety or habit or maybe even just plain suggest ability. You know I wrote in a recent newsletter. A central tenet of the intuitive eating movement is to listen to our bodies. The idea is to eat. We're actually hungry as opposed to eating simply because it's a certain time of day or because there happens to be food in front of us or maybe because we're feeling bored or blue. It's good advice except that our subjective experience of hunger isn't always very reliable guide as to whether our bodies actually need food or not and we all know what happens when we take in more food than our bodies need one. Sign that your body needs. Food is low blood sugar and sure enough when your blood glucose is low. This triggers hormonal signals. That increase your appetite and your desire for food. So you'd expect that the degree of hunger a person feels would be closely linked to their blood sugar levels lower their blood sugar the hungrier. They'd feel and yet. This is not always the case. Experiments have shown that we can take people who aren't hungry and make them hungry simply by showing them a movie about food and don't think the advertisers aren't all over that similarly we make people who are hungry because they haven't eaten in a while feel less hungry by showing them a really engrossing film. That's not about food. People's reported level of hunger also changes depending on what they're being offered to eat. If it's really yummy they feel hungrier. And if it's that appealing they're actually not that hungry. Clearly simply listening to our bodies might not be a foolproof method of knowing whether or not we really need to eat

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Bored?  Games!

Your Brain on Facts

09:20 min | 3 months ago

Bored? Games!

"A lot of playing board games these days and that's pretty fitting human making board games for a long time like a long longtime seven thousand years or more for a bit of historical context. We stopped hunter-gathering and settled down to be farmers about ten thousand years ago rather than try to cram seven thousand years in six occupied continents worth of history into a half hour podcast. I'll hit some of the high points. Especially the less well-known once the earliest gaming pieces ever found are forty nine. Small carved painted stones found a five thousand year old burial mound in southeast Turkey. Similar pieces have been found in Syria and Iraq and seemed to point devoid games originating in the Fertile Crescent. You remember the Fertile Crescent from the first week of world history class. It's the same region discovered alcohol invented papyrus and made calendars all of which you need. If you're hosting game night other early dice games were created by painting a single side of a flat. Stick these sticks would be tossed at once and that would be your role Mesopotamia. Dice were made from a variety of materials including carved knuckle bones would painted stones and turtle shells. No wonder folks used to say roll them bones dice from the Roman era. Looks like the six sided die. We use today though. Some of them had their corners. Cut off to be able to reach a higher number not unlike dungeons and dragons dice. Imagine excavating a distant Roman out host and finding a D twenty serious cricket board games became popular among the Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt. And that shouldn't surprise. That board games were a bigger part of life for upper class people since they have both money for entertainment and time to play. Even before the first dynasty Egypt loved a game called Senate. It's even seen on. The walls of tombs and copies of the game are buried with noble people. Ancient Egyptians were strong believers in the concept of fate. And that your luck in the game of Senate meant that you were under the protection of the major gods of the Pantheon raw toe to toe Cyrus. The significance of the game is clear. The game play not as clear. Historians have made educated guesses as to the rules more on that later and Board Game. Companies have used those guesses as a jumping off place to make modern versions. Four Games also became tied into religious beliefs. One such game was Mahan played around three thousand. B C e Mahan was a protective God depicted as a snake with coils around the Sun God raw during his journey through the night the game and the God became intertwined. Tim Kendall and ancient Egyptian historian believes that it's not possible to know for sure with the information we have available whether the game was inspired by an existing deity or the Deity was inspired by the game. Many people think backgammon is the longest plate of all the board games with evidence that it existed around two thousand B C but there is an extant game. That is a little bit older. Relatively speaking the royal game of for the game gets its name from being found in the royal tombs of in Iraq. There was also a set found in Pharaoh. Tutankhamun tune the game. Play is simple but very familiar. You're trying to get all of your pieces around the board first thumping off your opponent's pieces along the way again. Proving there's nothing new under the Sun. The royal game of herb was played with four sided or tetrahedral dice. A D Four for the tabletop games out there. Even though the game's over four thousand years old amazingly we found a copy of the rules Irving Finkel the British museum deciphered cuneiform tablet and discovered. It was the rules for the Royal Game of Earth. He then saw a photograph of a nearly identical board game being played in modern India. That makes the Royal Game of Earth. The longest played game in history and there is a great video of Irving Finkel. Who has ever so pleasantly mad teaching youtuber or Tom Scott how to play Lincoln the show notes and a little clip right here. Because I just couldn't help myself. All sorts of evidence has come to live so that we know how this game was played and we can play it now with a great deal of excitement. Sometimes it brings out violence. Come Times it brings out savagery. I have to say that this so we've decided to bring in a member of the public. I can't remember the name on Tom. Scott I make videos about science technology in the world. Who's never paid this game before? I have never played this game before. I'm Gandhi swift overview of the walls. Hope he masses and I'm getting to play of course play gently at first because I don't say hi to hang I'm to wipe the floor with it wouldn't do it for me even discovered these rules and I'll throw in his mind. Game listing whitlow. Marta is similar to that question of modern. There were some minor differences s today. Each player has fifteen checkers and uses six sided dice to be the first to bear off. All of one's checkers. I confess that I am reading that. From a website verbatim. I know less about that. Yemen do cricket. Backgammon had a renewed surge of popularity in the nineteen sixties which is held longtime for a comeback. Thanks in part to the charisma of Prince Alexis. Obolensky the father of modern backgammon cigarette liquor and car. Companies began to sponsor tournaments and Hugh Hefner held backgammon parties at the Playboy Mansion. At the same time that the Romans were playing Latin backgammon. The Chinese were play. We she or you may have heard of it. Go Que- she may even predate the game of twelve markings and the royal game of Earth. According to legend which has a pesky habit of morphing into history quay g was created by the ancient Chinese. Emperor Yell to teach his son on Ju discipline. Concentration and balance the popularity of wage e grew throughout Eastern Asia especially in Japan. Which is where the name go comes from another ancient game which is still out there and a favourite of nearly every household in my family is the African game of Mangala in our modern parlance. Munkala refers to a specific game. But the name actually belongs to an entire genre of games a genre eight hundred traditional games strong. This family of Board Games is played around. The world is referred to as Sewing Games S. O. W. I N. G. Devotes the way that you pick up and drop the stones playing pieces like you were sowing seeds in the ground. The word Mukalla comes from the Arabic Nicola to move most one college games share a common structure where each player has gained pieces in divots on the board and moves them to capture their opponent's pieces leading them to also be called count and capture games. The boards can be wooden clay even just little holes in the dirt playing pieces of everything from seeds. Stones shells anything near at hand that fits in the holes. The earliest evidence of the game are fragments of pottery. Board found in Eritrea dated to the sixth century CE. Though if the games were played with seeds on wooden boards or pebbles in divots in the dirt the game could be even older. The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence after all that particular logical fallacy is called argument from ignorance at ignorant him. And it's not a good look now. We go to the land of ice and snow of the Midnight Sun. Where the hot springs flow Scandinavians played chess. Like game called. Nevin tough at least as early as four hundred see. I'm sure my clever listeners haven't forgotten that. Viking refers to the raids undertaken by a small portion of the population themselves called Viking US meaning kings table noth- Atoll was a war strategy game. The kings objective was to escape to the edge of the board while the opponents laurel objective was to capture him. The attacking force had the natural advantage at the start of each game. Perhaps mimicking a cultural mindset of a small group being victorious against a larger force like say a few boats full of Viking attacks against the army of an English King Scandinavians spread the game to Ireland Britain and Wales through. Let's call it. Unexpected cultural exchange archaeologists have also discovered that it was popular as far to the east as Ukraine.

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Demonstrators at Mauna Kea say they’re leaving. Tribes included in national massive stimulus bill. First Nation leader urges for people to stay home.

Native America Calling

03:56 min | 4 months ago

Demonstrators at Mauna Kea say they’re leaving. Tribes included in national massive stimulus bill. First Nation leader urges for people to stay home.

"This is National Native News Amazon. Tonia Gonzales and Hawaii demonstrators at the base amount K. of blocking an access road to prevent construction of the thirty meter telescope are leaving camp leaders announced this week in a video message. Leader said there's no imminent threat posed by T. M. T. but pointed to threats of covert nineteen in response to the corona virus. They made the decision to pack up and come off the Mouna but pledged to return if there are attempts at construction demonstrators have been there since July and opposition of the telescope to protect the site many native Hawaiians hold sacred a spokesperson for. Tnt told the Honolulu Star advertiser. There's no immediate plans for construction. Us lawmakers hope a massive stimulus bill will soften the economic blow due to Cova Nineteen Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports on. What'S IN STORE FOR TRIBES TOUGH ECONOMIC. Times are likely ahead for many tribes including those who rely on gaming and hospitality dollars oil and gas revenue. The stimulus bill passed by the US Senate on Wednesday sets aside eight billion dollars in a Stabilization Fund for Tribes Senator. Tom Udall is vice. Chair of the Senate Committee on Indian affairs he says he was pushing for twenty billion in direct funding tribes. The first time we were able to fight and get a tribal stabilization fund of Eight Billion Dollars. We were asking for a lot more. We think the need is a lot bigger. Did they'll also include over a billion dollars to the Indian Health Service and provision for. Bi Police departments tribal colleges in federal Indian housing programs. Those housing dollars will be especially crucial for communities dealing with housing shortages. You'd also living in an overcrowded home is especially dangerous during this pandemic and the money could be used for emergency housing big infusion into housing and so one of the things. I think that's going to allow to happen. Is Communities to be able to rally around new out the the. Us House of Representatives is expected to vote on the bill on Friday for National Native News. I'm Savannah Mar. Health officials are urging people to wash hands to prevent the spread of cove nineteen but many households on Navajo land. Lack Indoor plumbing from the Frontier Desk Laurel Morales reports. Shanna Yazdi who lives in Cameron drives fifty miles for her drinking water groceries and other necessities my mother was asking like. When are we taking the trash out? We have four bags of trash and we have to drive into the city to do that doing laundry. I'm scared to go through laundry right now. We have a small laundry. Met here at a community kind of risky for us right now. So our laundry. It's just kind of getting piled up with each one. N One in two thousand nine American Indians and Alaskan natives had mortality rates that were four times the rates of all other racial and ethnic groups combined. That's according to a study by the National Institutes of Health. Their couvert nineteen may have a significant impact for national needed news and Lorrimore. Ellis inflect staff. Assembly of first nations national chief. Perry Bell Guard is urging first nations people across Canada to stay home in response to covert nineteen an address Thursday. He urged people to self isolate. Avoid large gatherings and asks for everyone's help to protect elders. He says Af en is also pressing Canada to ensure first nations are included in Cova nineteen planning first nations leaders have raised concerns about remoteness overcrowded housing and lack of access to clean drinking water. Government has pledged more than three hundred million dollars for indigenous communities but some first nations leaders have expressed that funding will not do enough to help their communities respond to Cova nineteen. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.

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Alice Paul: Feminist, Suffragist, Political Strategist

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:03 min | 4 months ago

Alice Paul: Feminist, Suffragist, Political Strategist

"Are feminists. Today was a suffrage. Est Women's rights activist and political strategist. She brought a more militant fight for the vote to the. Us and steered the Movement for an equal rights amendment. Let's talk about the One and only Alice Paul Alice. Paul was born on January eleventh. Eighteen eighty five in Mount Laurel. New Jersey to William and tasty Paul. Alice was the eldest of four children and was raised in very comfortable surroundings. The Paul Family practiced the quaker faith. Alice leader cited the quaker belief in gender equity as formative in her strong drive towards promoting women's equality. Her mother tasty also had a major impact analysis later work tasty was a suffragette and a member of the National American woman. Suffrage Association herself. Alice attended swarthmore college and graduated with a degree in biology. While there she participated in a variety of extracurricular activities she was a member of student government and she played field hockey tennis and basketball. She was also a celebrated poet classes. Commencement Speaker in one thousand nine hundred seven. Alice traveled to England to work at the would brook settlement while there. She met Christabel Pankhurst. We talked about last week. Christabel introduced Alice to England suffrage movement. It was more militant than what Alice seen in the US. The British women fought under the motto. Deeds not words and took the words to heart. They smashed windows and went on hunger strikes among other tactics. Alice joined the 'cause later saying she broke more than forty eight windows and was imprisoned. Multiple Times Alice returned to the US in nineteen ten and got to work pushing the more radical suffrage agenda. She brought back from across the Atlantic in nineteen thirteen. Alice organized a suffrage parade. Woodrow Wilson had just been elected. Alice plant her march for the day before his inauguration purposefully stealing attention away from the President Xi succeeded in making the suffrage movement front page news but she also made the very problematic decision to ask black women to March at the back of the parade. She failed to appreciate the importance of the diverse movement instead focusing primarily on white women. This is a mistake. She would go onto her. Pete throughout her life in one thousand nine fourteen. Alice founded the National Woman's Party. She was incredibly good at rousing attention for her. 'cause members of the National Woman's Party were the first people to ever pick it in front of the White House during nineteen seventeen. They picketed six days a week after women won the right to vote with the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in nineteen twenty. The National Woman's Party had to decide what to focus on next? Alice was lobbied to work on. Expanding VOTING RIGHTS. More broadly instead. She turned her attention to expand women's rights. Outside of the electoral sphere in Nineteen twenty-three Alice wrote the equal rights amendment to the US Constitution to guarantee equal rights. To All American women. She actually went to law school. In order to be qualified to write its language the was introduced in Congress continually until it finally passed in Nineteen seventy-two still the amendment hasn't officially been added to the US Constitution. Because until recently it lacks ratification from the required number of states. Today it's actually the closest it's ever been the ER as tale is a long and wild story that warrants. Its own whole podcast in fact. We've made one. It's called ordinary equality and it's available wherever you listen. Alice passed away on July ninth. Nineteen seventy seven. She was ninety two years old Alice. Paul fought tirelessly for women's legal progress and equity in the US. She's not a perfect hero rather she's a leader who changed the course of our country's history while also having her fair share of flaws

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Weekend Stakes Preview Presented by NYRA Bets

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:23 min | 5 months ago

Weekend Stakes Preview Presented by NYRA Bets

"I don't know how much derby influence this feels can have. But I'll tell you what I think. There are some really nice horses in here. That WanNa do this one turn mile and see if maybe one of them can Can Get the job done and move forward on that Derby trailing. Yeah Yeah I think it's a pretty nice field You know may not be an contain any derby contenders like you said but you know. I certainly think they're handful in here. Who are going to make this an entertaining an interesting race. The one I could see four or five of them winning. It's one where he'd probably end up having a spread but there were of them that I was kind of interested in You know what a horse that. I'm pretty fond of the Montauk traffic. I like young horses. Who are able to overcome adversity. And that's exactly what. This horse did First Time that was just Don't know what happened. She dwelt early and he did. And that was the end of it from the rail in the slop at Laurel you toss that race and and I mean he did exactly what you want a prospect to stretching out prospect to do he was able to sit able to make a run and pass runners and he was impressive in both of his next two wins the maiden when Downstairs in the and the Wingfield win. Also at seven eighths Settled inside didn't have a problem kicked out and And was able to run away from his competition. So I I don't think a mile Distance will be much of a problem for him. I just don't know how much upside he really has. You know. He's a gritty horse and He's one that I wanNA use but the one who I'M GONNA put on top of the three wars stop or I love the way that he improved. First Time in Blaker is just second time on dirt last time here at the The Mile trip here and act when I turned in a big beyer speed figure went right to the front And just kept on going. I think he is one that I want to keep an eye on moving forward. I think he'll be a decent prospect stretching out to to turn on the on the dirt and I'm GONNA give shops go right from his maiden win to Earning grade three status here in the In the Gotha. Yeah. I'm definitely. He's my topic as well. I'm a big fan of wall stopper. I liked what I saw from him. First Time Out Less time out rather when he got the meeting win. First Time blinkers. I should say now. That was a big effort. Thought Mischievous Alex might have some distance limitations. But it's hard to argue. How good he's been in his last two starts. Since his trainer John Service added the blinkers to his repertoire. I don't think six does without a chance from an ever Keough. Sauna current one turn mile. Got The goose ca pedigree on the bottom. I don't know how far this was gonna WanNa go with the one turn. Mile shouldn't be a problem and Necker island Friday he won going a mile in the slop. At Churchill downs just stopped got out running swell last time. The miles should be more to his Liking as he's already won distance and we'll see him. I under neath. I think it's wide open. I think war stopper shows up. They're all running the second money. I'm a big fan of his An of all these sources. I think him He's probably the one most likely to move on the Derby Trail. Regardless of what happens tomorrow. He can get beat tomorrow and maybe still move forward. I'd like to see him win But if he got beat I'd still think he can be contender. Might be the only one more stop for both of us in the grade. Three three hundred thousand dollar.

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Lyme Disease and Other Tick Borne Illnesses with Dr. Sean Beckmann

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

09:02 min | 5 months ago

Lyme Disease and Other Tick Borne Illnesses with Dr. Sean Beckmann

"They we are talking about a subject that affects a lot of people and that is lime disease and we have assistant professor of biology. Dr Shawn Beckmann back on the show with us and if you remember he spoke with us in a previous episode about the corona virus. And today Dr. Beckmann is going to share some insights about lyme disease. Dr Beckmann can you tell me a little bit about yourself and watch you do sure? So I'm a biologist down here at Stetson University in Land Florida My obviously my main focus down here is teaching. But my research focuses on a tick-borne hagins so there are these various different bacteria or viruses that are transmitted by ticks. People we know about things like lyme disease for example And my main interest is in. Where did these come from? What are the organisms that carry these Different pathogens that ultimately Gets THEM FROM IT? And the tick can transmit them on from there. Ah Cry well we had you on before talking about the corona virus. And you mentioned you know what you do at your work and I thought Oh. Wow I know a lot of people who are going to want to ask you questions about tick borne diseases in boy was I right so in my group hope lively I ask you know who who has a question for Dr Beckmann and I was overwhelmed with all the questions they had for you so I'm just going to start at the top and we'll try to see how many questions we can get through So the first question People WanNa know is where do people get lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever? Okay so we've got a kind of two different sides of the same coin here. Both lining disease and rocky mountain spotted. Fever are bacterial diseases They're both caused by bacterial pathogens. And they're both spread by tics. But we get different ticks. That spread each kitties. So lime disease. Which is what. My research primarily focuses on is caused by the Bacteria Brilliant Bergdorf Ri- which is a bacteria that is transmitted in the eastern United States by the black legged tick and then out west. There's a related take on the other side of the rockies that can transmit it But that bacteria gets basically picked up by the tick from a rodent that it feeds on the carries that particular bacteria so not all rodents have disease in the rodents can't transmit the disease to people. It has to be transmitted by a tick. The tickle feed on one of these rodents we call it a resume war pick it up and then the tick carries that bacteria throughout its life and so whatever it bites in the future it could potentially transmit it to it can transmit it to another rodent and make another reservoir. It can transmit it to a dog it could transmit it to a deer or it could transmit it to a person potentially and that's where people get it from us from a tick. It's previously gotten infected by it. They pick it up when that tick them invites them in the case of lyme. That's the for the most part in the United States. We talk about the black legged tick that can do that. In the case of Rocky Mountain spotted fever that's transmitted by group of kicks called the dog ticks. So you have the American dog tick at the Brown dog tick and then the rocky mountain tick also are all capable of transmitting. That and that belongs to a different group of bacteria called the Recap Zia's And so we're we're catchy. I 'cause why not have a crazy name is that bacteria and that's transmitted by like I said a totally different group protects. Wow Okay so the tick transmits it to a rodent now if the a rodent another tip by sat rodent it it can get the bacteria from that rodent so ultimately to talk a little bit about. I guess the the kind of cycle we call this. The enzootic cycle the cycle within animals And so you imagine a situation where you've got a road that carries this bacteria and by and large the rodent is not affected by. They are kind of the incubator for it. Which is why we call them. The reservoir if a tick bites that rodent the tick then picks up that bacteria it the ticks on affected by the TIG carries it it gets into the gut of the tech and then ultimately it moves from the gut of take into the salivary. Glands of the tech takes only feed a couple of times in their life once during their first life stage there amid stage once during the second stage they're laurel life stage and once during their adult stage so if a tick nymph bites an infected rodent. Yeah it picks up that bacteria then when it goes to beat again as a larva feeds on another rodent. It's going to create another reservoir. It's GonNa create another road at now. Has that bacteria if Instead by say a dog it could transmit it to a dog. If bites a person it can transmit it to a person and so there's really the first two life stages it could pick up the bacteria and both of those life stages it can transmit it in any life stage later where it's after it's become infected so let's take feeds three times in its life and the first time it picks up the bacteria now it's got two opportunities to spread it if a tick picks it up in a second life stage. It's only got one opportunity. Spread it if it picks it up in its third lifestyle. Jet May be infected. But it's never going to spread it to anything I see so can a dog be a reservoir for the tick dogs and Dogs Endear and humans for that matter or what we call dead end hosts so what that means is we can get infected by the bacteria but it can't be transmitted from us to take to go to something else. Our biology doesn't work really well with it from a transmission perspective. On fortunately for us we are the organisms that can become a affected by that pathogen. So where's the rodents will get the bacteria and they live happy normal lives as far as we know and every research study that has looked at this as an experiment that has looked at this in rodents when they get lime or the bacteria that causes lyme they may get a little inflammation for a little while and then it goes away and they live normally with the bacteria the bacteria evade immune system and just lived normally in there but when it gets into a dog or a deer or a human doesn't do that with our immune systems will initially eventually recognize it would become symptomatic and we get an illness as a result of it And WanNa talk more about that later but Can you be infected by these ticks anywhere or just in these particular areas geographically? Great question and it's a question that leads to a lot of confusion because is particularly at all focus on line because that that is my area of expertise. I know about the others. But that's my primary area when we think of line we think of one if not two places in the US we think of the northeastern United States your your mid Atlantic and northeastern states. I A lime disease is named after a lyme Connecticut where it was I found. That's where we find a lot of it. We also get a big focus of lime in the upper mid Western. Us particularly Wisconsin and Minnesota but lime is found in all fifty states. It has been diagnosed in all fifty states including Hawaii and Alaska. Now does that mean. There's lots of Lyme disease in Alaska. Probably not there's probably not in Hawaii either. Those are probably people that went somewhere else. Acquired it and then went home and got diagnosed with it at home. But within the contiguous United States within the forty eight states Within the United States proper lime has been identified in all of them identified all of them on a regular basis. Even if it's at a low incidence so you don't have to be bitten by a tick in New York for example to get lime disease if you buy tick in Florida and that kick is carrying brilliant door fry. It has a potential to pass it to you and so even though there's areas in the US really prevalent it is found throughout the entire.

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"laurel" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"laurel" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Laurel is recorded by voice artist and opera singer who was hired to record a bunch of pronunciations for the website, my take the white, so Embiid US, and why so many people hurt Yanni when that's not actually what this man was saying is that the recording wasn't super high quality. It was made in kind of a DIY recording booth where this man presumably recorded thousands of these words. So what's the science behind the laurel Yanni debate, Dana believes that it has to do with the way, we perceive, frequencies? I'm a PHD student at Harvard MIT studying auditory cognitive neuroscience. So I study how the brain understands sound. The voice.

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"laurel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"laurel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The breadwinner Bill. I get this Email in from laurels. Laurel L, A URL laurel and laurel says to me. Is that Robert Muller clip of him getting ambushed outside of church is that a good example of what you call the heathen and pagan media. Yes. Yes. That is precisely but you understand that MSNBC. Right. So they are not just heathen pagan their heathen pagan coup talk radio. Okay. And that that's a perfect example of the guy is coming at you got him any other day of the week. You go Easter Sunday and try to you try to bum rush him there. Bum rushing him. Johnny is a little urban league. Oh, well, well, we've been doing while he was in Turkey. We came out. The man is centered and he's thinking about his life and what he's done, and maybe he's got some regrets, and maybe whatever. And here you come like a plague locust plague of locusts to lay low the field or. Yeah. Robert didn't you have you had an hour to think about Jesus come on? Mass ugly. I I almost feel like that is. The karaoke coming after them like that is really it's like it's like a clash of your first amendment. Liberties all once he's got a freedom of religion. But then we've got a freedom attack him. And it's it's an unbelievable thing. This is this was this was an attack on faith. This was the pagan press launching an attack against a man who is trying to pray for an hour. Come out have a little piece, and they got scream you gotta run up on what farthest back. This is. This is a really good prime example what we talk about go circuit. Can I ask you a couple of questions testify.

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"laurel" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"laurel" Discussed on Kickass News

"Hardy are widely regarded as the greatest comedy partnership in movie history between nineteen twenty seven and nineteen fifty. They made over one hundred seven film appearances defining the notion of the double act with infectious chemistry and hilarious routines that seemed effortless but were honed down to the finest detail then in nineteen fifty three diminished by age and with their golden era as the kings of Hollywood comedy now behind them, STAN laurel and Oliver hardy made a final effort to recapture the old magic with a variety hall tour of Britain, the charm and beauty of their performances shined through and the tour became a hit just as long buried ghosts and Oliver's failing health began to threaten their precious partnership now Academy Award nominated actors, Steve Coogan, and John C Reilly portray this most tender and poignant of creative. Marriages during their swan song in a new film called STAN and Ollie and today. John and Steve join me on the podcast to talk about stepping into the shoes of this legendary comedy duo, and how some remarkable special effects makeup and more than a little bit of padding helped John C Reilly step into the famously large pants of Oliver hardy, Steven John share memories of watching the classic short films of laurel and hardy when they were kids how the director of standing ALI'S emergency appendectomy gave them an opportunity to make a pilgrimage to the STAN laurel museum in England. And how they went about recreating the pair's famous comedy routines. They discuss what goes into a thirty five year partnership like laurel and hardy what it must have been like for the two stars to have no identity separate of each other. And why standing ALI'S onscreen friendship didn't become a real friendship until the very end. Plus, John C Reilly talks about being part of another famous comedy duo. We debate the pros and cons of the old. Hollywood studio system and the controversy over Oliver Hardy's most famous line.

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"laurel" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"laurel" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Laurel. Wrestling entertainment. Walk through that one. Okay. Okay. Amy, Tuta one. You get three questions meant for most. Correct. Ready. Hey, presser foot. Feed dog. And spoil pin are parts of what sewing kit. You can't give them that. He's saying, no, I looked at my the judge should know Amy. Do you wanna still that one? Yes. Go ahead. Sewing machine. Correct. I don't think it kitten a machine or the same thing sewing kit. I get one of those little thread. It's hotel. Yeah. Sorry. I know about. I don't know about that one, but now I do. All right. When you said it, I was like not a kit a machine lunchbox. What is Carrie Underwood's son's name. Carter Carter Underwood. Amy, you can still go ahead. Doesn't know. Allen second guessing. Is area is AM shaking her head? No. Have are you confident or. No, I just I feel I know that I know of it. I just I don't know. Show me. I say. This when you win today and it goes to tomorrow the final match. Okay. All you nailed this one l. Amy's up three two on your mind. You just hi. What.

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"laurel" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

"Laurel or over this aren't we laura over within like well that was a while ago and now you've made up your mind you're either a laurel person or yeti person and no one's telling you different there is a nother illusion however that is a little bit related to that and you may not have ever heard of it it's called the speech to song illusion and the way that this works is this is a blow your mind till the more you hear something a phrase repeated over and over and over the same phrase repeated even though it is only being spoken you start to believe that it's being sung okay not spoken there are a couple of videos that demonstrate this this is one of them it's a issues a video of an old tv show and then you're going to hear music in the background and you're going to go well of course i think it's being sunk as there's music in the beker let me play you a little bit i don't know does the right thing to do the right thing to do with the television says the right thing to do the town the television suggests the right thing to do so they go on to the little bit of music in the background and they said the more you hear a phrase repeated the more you stop thinking that it's being spoken and you start thinking that's being sung and we heard that when you're going well yeah but there's music in the parent that's why i think that here's one without music sometimes behaved so strangely as to seem quite impossible keep listening but they sometimes behaved so strangely they sometimes behaved so strangely sometimes behaved so strangely sometimes behaved so strangely if you think sometimes in her head right now range this one singing sometimes behaved so strangely rather than speaking sometimes behaved so strangely your brain is suffering i don't know if it's suffering your brain is performing the speech to song illusion and that's what it's called and thousands of people who have taken this test who have all heard it said no no she singing that phrase she was saying she was definitely saying it for some people they hear singing for some people they hear speaking you'll hear it one more time.

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"laurel" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Dob if needed did dominic know about this laurel i think wendell told dom in like the last day or two of the game maybe maybe the day thirty nine so at some point dom new but not in the moment like went on i had for days been going out and practicing we had we stole flint at a machete from the camp and like hit ms fire station no one knew to my knowledge no one knew about it at least until later in the game when dom find eventually knew about it i think dom picked up on the plies constantly going missing wendell confessed to it it was were you bluffing in terms of saying that you you can't make the fire you don't know anything about making the fire where you just saying that so you wouldn't get picked you actually might have been able to do it i really caught it was bluffing the sense that i could spark fire i had learned how to make fire before season thirty three casting a new how to light fire i was not someone that tended to fire during the game though so i was never building the fire i was never like eating to the fire so i could light it i think i didn't really know what to do after that relates knowing like which sticks throw in how often you throw it in how to like use your hands to block the wind and went to blow on the fire to help it grow i didn't really know how to grow fire very well which i think but like yeah i felt pretty good that i could spark it one i walked into the game knowing how to spark fire to like wendell continue to coach me throughout the game on how to like spark fire we didn't really practice building up a fire though and i think that was my fear is that like i don't really know what to do with the fire once they get lit.

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"laurel" Discussed on Be Great TODAY - Weekly Inspiration

Be Great TODAY - Weekly Inspiration

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on Be Great TODAY - Weekly Inspiration

"I may say or think something not realizing how someone else may take it we all bring our experiences are thoughts our perceptions i won't agree with everything someone else says and they will agree with everything i say however when i take the time to at least understand the perspective to check why i believe what i believe is the person really saying laurel or are they in fact saying yanni is the dress red and gold or is it black and blue there is so much i can learn from their perspective of someone else that is why i find cation sunday fascinating degree communicating ideas about how a see and relate to the world learning from each other sharing what we believe our experiences and our learning what is our perspective in each moment why do we believe it is yemi or laurel why do we think it is black and blue or red and gold i think this is a good reminder for us that perspectives are different for each person let's work together to understand our world better thank you for listening to this week's be great today you can find the show at be that great dot today slash thirty nine if this episode has inspired you and he knows someone who use ration on their journey please share this podcast episode with your friends until next week be awesome laurel want more awesome is every week visit weekly awesome dot com weekly podcast to make your week better remember to smile and be awesome.

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"laurel" Discussed on The World Transformed

The World Transformed

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on The World Transformed

"How many times what's going on with the mandela fact are we moving are we travelling through time are we moving from universe to universe well let's let's bring out yanni laurel okay so this is a big flap about a week and a half ago now and it swept the internet yanni laurel stephen what did you hear laurel quite quite clearly and we're not said laurel i'm refer eeeeno in case you heard anyone i said laurel i i'm referring to the one half of the comedic team okay it's not it's not when singer yeah not it's not when use it at it's only when that within yeah yeah if you follow the link if you haven't heard this yet there's a there's a sound going around the internet and it could be someone saying the word yanni the name yanni could be someone saying the name laurel and what's interesting is that the first time i encountered it it was on my phone and i played it and i heard both at very distinctly at the same time it was like well it's like they've recorded one name right over the other that's why people are hearing both it's they've they've done some weird mixed thing and the next day my daughter had put a different link up to it and it was the one on the new york times where you could adjust whatever it is you're adjusting their the frequencies and you could shift from all the way yanni on the left to all the way laurel on the writer i might have the directions of of that and confused but when i played that one i heard a very distinct laurel and i had to crank it all the way to the right before i could even hear any yanni at all so i think what device you're listening on actually makes a huge difference for that effect but it's it's very.

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"laurel" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Yeni or laurel jason it's the audio clips tearing the internet apart breen slash blues slash gold dress of two thousand eighteen actually like the stuff i don't mind this stuff when it's the internet i think this is what the internet's four this is interesting fun stuff what did you hear yanni ir laurel net you probably have better ears than i do i don't know yeah i guess it's more of a high pitch what they've broken it down to is if you're focusing or attenuating to higher pitches you'll hear yanni and if you're focusing on our attenuating to lower pitches you hear laurel and that's really what it comes down to some people have been able to hear different things it can depend on number of factors how old you are how much time you send and talking on the phone it can be influenced by if you're listening to it often iphone or a computer that has slightly better ranges of of different sound ranges all that sort of stuff what kind of headphones you're listening to all of these things can can actually alter which one you're going to hear so yeah i guess you know there's this not a hearing test it isn't better hearing but i mean there are things that could affect that with that is just fun it's interesting i liked the the new york times has a tool so you can slide it to hear both because it changes it for you and i gotta say i think the white house did a fairly funny job of getting it on the social on this one with surprise ending video i chuckled i load it was it was funny it was definitely funny i i enjoyed it as well and and some other people had a lot of fun with it yanni the multi instrumentalist got a lot of fun with it so he is his is the first time i've ever looked at his twitter feed and it will probably be the last time.

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"laurel" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Laurel you're saying you could hear her alarm going off in the background i'm yanni but sorry laurel she's laura well i don't know what was going on but there was a lot of rustling around and then the you know the realization sets in you can hear that realization set in so oh i'll overslept so yanni is on her way in we did not get to all of our cooler not yesterday i know you guys have a couple if we have time we'll get to those but i wanted to throw in one right now cooler not this road rage incident and you can see this at the jv show dot com let me describe it you have this guy who records himself in his car he's sitting there cameras facing him and he's like oh man this guy is nuts but before he can even finish his sentence dude comes in with a baseball bat any so angry eventually when you start hearing the smashing he is smashing in the windows with the baseball bat is insane i he just cut me off i just call the cops oh no he'll be back there dude i'm sorry man i'm sorry he said i'm sorry that's what i don't get he said dude someone says dude i'm sorry man i'm sorry we're gonna make mistakes on the road we're going to cut people off accidentally he said he's sorry but the other guy who's bigger than a house with huge i don't understand why when you're that big you need a bat if you are that big you don't need a bat i'm going to be like this guy i'm going to say even if i'm totally in the wrong and i initially was a jerk i'm gonna say dude i'm sorry monster with the bags you're doing you shouldn't have said that once you said i called the cops now the bat swinging on the glass of the car is insane hold on hold on hey hey come on laurel.

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"laurel" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Now i gotta tell you that last night when i was first introduced to this i heard the word laurel i heard the word laurel and then i was watching the news this morning when all of a sudden come on and they say hey this is tearing up the internet is the big going crazy going around the office with a phone saying is it laurel or is it yanni and i heard yanni here it is again on more on laurel so i know what i'm hearing now i'm not gonna tell you what i'm hearing now but i know a lot of people that are i mean they're saying that there's a big divide over what people are hearing either yanni or laurel moral moral moral moral moral do you hear yanni or do you hear laurel linguists all over the country insist that one word is heard and that's who knows why other people are hearing yanni who knows why other people hearing laurel when you play it over the speakers and you re record it and you play it over again and again and again and again for some reason some people here the higher frequency some people here the lower frequencies it just depends on how you hear things either yanni or laurel laurel or yanni high school student recorded the computer voice vocabulary website playing through the speakers on his computer and people in the room disagreed about what they were hearing i played it for one of my producers he said i hear mary mary mary mary he said moral moral moral moral moral i played for someone else who didn't know about he said he heard larry laurel laurel laurel laura really so a number of students created a an instagram poll which was shared widely unread reddit twitter another sites and it.

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"laurel" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"I'm not gonna take a side on it because the internet is stupid it's the worst it's awful this is the kind of crap that we end up diving into over and over and over and over and over and over and over again and this isn't a debate it's not there's none it's it's clearly laurel what are you hearing how do you a text paltry people claim to hear you need a troll people i know this is why a mad about it another text i can't believe you're wasting my time with this bs paulie gee i can't either but i have to there is clearly no the the apocalypse is upon us this is the suffered talking about like a bunch of people are getting killed in israel and all that but no let's focus on this stupid thing laurel laurel laurel laurel laurel this is the internet sucks i hate it i hate it i hate it and my boss comes in earlier and he's like i know you don't wanna talk about it but like people this is this is what's hard on the streets today did he make you talk about this live where are you hearing yanni or here yeti to you're trying to be cool to of course of course the dad is going to try to sound cool yeti get the hell out of here laurel l a u r e l you have her on your show all the time you would have heard yanni by now when you're talking to laurel dan tony on mad radio period and story and unless he's the strolling which you probably is and i'm falling sacred for it because the internet's dumb and everything is going.

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"laurel" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"I was hearing yanni and everybody else was hearing laurel okay because all about the same this is fucking with us land it's crazy so when the dress thing happened there were like these articles saying it was all about how our visual cortex interacts with a light reflecting off surfaces and our visual frame there's like this wire article where they're saying our visual system is posted throw away information but i've studied individual differences in color vision for thirty years and i just never really bought that that it was like color specific thing and now i think i'm vindicated i think this is proof that it's is not just colors that's basically how our senses interact with our brain there's this book incognito by david gelman that is one of my favorite nonfiction books that everybody should read but he talks about how they're way more nerves traveling from our brain to our is in that direction then from our eyes to our brain so in other words we see with our eyes but we also to allergic greasy with our memory like our memory fills in a lot of our visual field with just what it knows is there based on what you've seen in context so if that's true and if that applies to all of their you know sensory perception oregon's than you know your bringing so much of your memory and your personal experience to everything you hear that it is going to be totally different to different people basically and i think like i don't know think about how completely different it sounds when you hear a song for the first time to like when you hear it for the seventh time and you absolutely love it too when you hear it for the hundredth time and you're just like so tired of this song it's like it sounds like a different song and i i don't know i feel like that's partially what's happening with how this is hitting our brains i don't think i'm ever going to hear yanni i think if i do i'm gonna have to like bring the audio tracking the logic and start like fucking with the speed of it or something.

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"laurel" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on First and Last

"Fail him at every turn it becomes increasingly more likely and now that you've seen that the best that you can hope for is the eighth pick in the nba draft coming off of all that this feels like a franchise crippling blow that is starting to finally crystallize and become clear a lot more clear than laurel laurel laurel first and last the podcast first and last the podcast gambling was brought into the light yesterday we give you a round where you could already go degenerate gamblers to get your fix we've found that next level because we said the true hardcore gamblers guys that have been doing it for the longest they were gonna look at that ruling yesterday and say oh man this kind of like when your parents tell you it's fine if you go out and drink it's fine if you go out and do this it makes it a lot less cool when you're no longer the renegade and so you've got to find a new way to chase that high we've got it coming up around one of the marquee world events in just a little bit but first we gotta talk about you twitter doctor and reminded the nba western conference finals are on espn radio tune in for game tonight it's hard in the rockets host durant in the warriors presented by indeed coverage begins at eight pm eastern i'm most espn radio stations i have to remind you of that because what we saw last night as the boston celtics turn on the jets in the second half to beat the cavs by thirteen that game was the polar opposite in some stretches of what we got in the first half of rockets warriors where it was some of the best basketball we had seen all year may ever and then last night we got the start of the fourth quarter from the cavaliers and celtics that was an abomination and that first half of the game which lebron james exploded for twenty plus point first quarter where he had forty over forty points at a triple double effort despite losing game to all of that to me became secondary to.

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"laurel" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"laurel" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"You have hang up laurel moore can one simone he won't but in saw no soon he'll be by yours when we all right patten he'll yes yarn and wayne laying hurt and yang well i wii hey the core.

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