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Fresh "Lincoln" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"At www dot f. D a dot gov slash drug disposal. This'd Brad Keselowski driver number two discount tire Ford Mustang Racing fans know that a quick pit stop to check the tires can give me the winning edge. The same is true for your car. Proper tire Tread helps keep traction on the road in everyday driving to check your tread. Simply insert a penny Lincoln's head first into your tire groups. If you can see all of honest Abe's head, it's time to get your tires checked by profession. A message from the U. S Tire Manufacturers Association. Mark. Come on news time. 9 24 traffic Every 10 minutes on the force of Kira Jordan is in a do Milagros Traffic center. What's the latest? Well, one unusual backup. We're finding this morning is eastbound. Us, too. Is your heading into Monroe? There's roadwork that's taking place at Ryland said. It's blocking the right lane. And this is causing almost a two mile solid back up into the area. Slow down that you're probably not expecting. Northman I five. Still, crowds through Tacoma City Center were really struggling in Seattle, from Michigan to Seneca North, and 167 still taps the brakes from highway for 10 toward Jovita and then also crowding as you approach. Borrow five and it's going to be a slow go on north bound four or five from that Valley Freeway most of the way through Newcastle. His traffic report is sponsored by Molina Healthcare for the health coverage you need. Lena Molina Healthcare. Molina has 40 years of experience and covers preventive services, prescription drugs, maternity and newborn care for details. Go to Lena Molina dot com. Our next coma traffic at 9 34. Sunny and breezy at times today, highs of around 60 will continue to warm things up with the week goes along with plenty of sunshine or the eastern Washington right now, he and what actually sunshine and 48 on the coast. We've got 53.
With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return
"Lincoln Center, held its first concert in over here on Wednesday. As Jeff Lunden reports. It was the first concert of restart stages, which will fill the art center with outdoor performances and rehearsal spaces it over the coming months After speeches by Mayor Bill de Blasio and others. Members of the New York Philharmonic's brass section played a fanfare. Ah, a small invited audience of first responders sat masked in socially distance pods of two under a grove of trees to hear the short concert. Doctor is male. Nobile of Mount Sinai Hospital who'd been on the front lines of the covert pandemic, said he was grateful to be in the audience that Z such a treat Such incredible treat trombone player Colin Williams of the New York Philharmonic said he was grateful to completely forgotten what it's like to perform to have an audience and to stand up and feel that energy again for
Lincoln Riley talks Philadelphia Eagles' Jalen Hurts
"Lincoln riley who's coach oklahoma. Who also coached jalen hurts. He was on our show last week. And he said this about jalen hurts now. Taking over in philly donald. He's really really excited for the album. It's not that he would ever say that. I mean he's pretty low key guy. But i know he's putting in a tunnel or behind the scenes and you know he's a guy that believes he's ready for this. I mean no question about it. I mean he. He believes that this is a tremendous opportunity. And nobody's gonna work the kid. That's that's not gonna happen when you're when you're the quarterback there's a there's a difference between kind of hoping you're going to be the guy and then knowing and feeling you're the guy and the cat had confidence that brings along to make can be a game changer. I think it'll be a big deal for jalen. It's you'd certainly for the eagles well to make sure that he is the guy and they'll find out this year you
Suspect In Orange Mass Shooting Charged With 4 Counts Of Murder, Arraigned From Los Angeles Hospital Bed
"Out Wednesday's mass shooting at a real estate company in the city of Orange is now charged with four counts of murder. Dina Kodiak has more Mean adopt. Gonzales of Fullerton is also charged with attempted murder and faces special circumstances and make him eligible for the death penalty. The 44 year old defendant is scheduled to be arraigned from his hospital bed Monday because he remains unconscious. Gonzalez allegedly opened fire it unified homes on West Lincoln Avenue, killing four people, including a nine year old boy. Gonzales was shot by police in the courtyard of the building detective say he targeted the company was acquainted either personally or professionally with the victims. Brendan greenest,
Victims identified in mass killing at Southern California business
"Investigators are releasing the names of victims of the Orange County massacre, police say 28 year old Genevieve Marie goes a 50 year old Louise Tovar, 58 year old. The TC, A soulless Guzman and nine year old Matthew Various were killed in Wednesday's shooting at an office complex on West Lincoln Avenue and Orange. The shooting suspect, Amini Dub. Gonzalez was shot in the head by police and remains at the hospital in critical
Gunman in Southern California Mass Shooting Knew His Victims
"The man suspected of a mass shooting in the city of Orange knew the people he shot and killed. He's identified as a minute job. Gonzalez. The victims were associated with a company called Unified Homes to Women. A man and a nine year old boy were killed. Woman who was holding the nine year old as he died was injured. Investigators have established that the suspect arrived at the location at a rental car, which has been located in the parking lot of Tuo Tuo West Chapman. I'm sorry, West Lincoln The suspect is believed to have been living out of a motel room in Anaheim. Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says Gonzalez was injured and is in critical but stable condition. Jessica
Suspect in mass shooting at Orange business complex knew victims
"Victims and lock The gates. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News Police in Southern California say the man suspected of a mass shooting in the city of Orange knew the people he shot and killed. He's identified as a minute job. Gonzalez. The victims were associated with a company called Unified Homes to Women. A man and a nine year old boy were killed. A woman who was holding the nine year old as he died was injured. Investigators have established that the suspect arrived at the location at a rental car. Which has been located in the parking lot of Tuo Tuo west drama. I'm sorry, West Lincoln. The suspect is believed to have been living out of a motel room in Anaheim Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says Gonzalez was injured and is in critical but stable condition. Jessica
Chicago Blackhawks lose to Carolina Hurricanes 4-3
"Of entertaining game in the end the Blackhawks good on them for fighting back, But just a couple of bad breaks, actually on three of the goals that got past Kevin Lincoln and tonight when you think about it, the 2nd 3rd and 4th Just all of them involving some some bouncing pox or deflections or whatnot, or in the case of the final goal, Troy, where he makes the initial stop after it redirects off of his teammate. But then it was a race between Pfosten and Duncan Key to get to that rebound. Fast was the one who got it. Got it past Lincoln. Yeah, This is a tough one. Just especially the way it was. It wasn't a good start. They were getting outplayed, and you just kind of wondered how big the damage would be. But Lincoln and was great. Um, it just couldn't make that last save. And, well, he actually did make the last save on that was a good one, because that needed longer legs and arms to scoop up the river, But he just He was not a position because of the shot that went off the stick. And then the chest of Calvin Don made a great save there but wasn't in a position to try and Get into, you know, into the middle of the Net. T o Deter the shot from Pfosten Duncan. Keith He he wasn't expecting to react to that as well. So that was just a real tough break, and Carolina made their own breaks in this one. But I love the way the Blackhawks battled in this game. They battled hard to come back in it. They're down to nothing. They gave up that lead a game. Strong tied it up. They had some really good opportunities. They were forcing the Carolina Hurricanes to defend and that's what they wanted to do. Finally, I think that they understood how they needed to play in that the sense of urgency that came into the into This game for the Blackhawks. They could use that to their advantage going into the weekend game against the national predators who are going to play a high pressure game like this, but heartbreaker for for the Blackhawks to battle their way back into this one against a really good team and not get a point and
Interview with Joost de Valk, Founder of Yoast SEO
"This is ross. Done ceo of step forth web marketing and today of a special episode for you. We are interviewing us. I did it. how did i do that. I know you're anyway. Joost davakis the founder and chief product officer of yosi. I'm reading that's my problem He's a digital marketer developer and open source fanatic and two dozen ten. He founded joost which nowadays employs more than two hundred one hundred and forty people. Its flagship software. Joost seo is available on multiple open source platforms and active on more than eleven. Million websites factor. Twelve the other day is that. We've we've just crossed twelve. Yeah well welcome. Thanks for being on the show. Thank you it's been a while it turns out that we're both getting old and we don't remember when we did the last show together. The show's been doing eleven years. So it's it's it's just. I still can't believe that but then again you're you're running your business for eleven years right Yeah and i think that the last time i was on i was still doing. Irregular podcast myself than the work press. Podcast which is gone through a couple of hosts in this now is still being done on on w. w. dot. Fm right and i now recently started my own podcast today again. So it is yeah. We've come full circle. It seems what do you do on your podcast. what's it called. it's called diaz. Seo podcast because why not. And i just bring on a good friend. It's it does sound a lot like seo one on one at it. I bring on friends and colleagues from the industry and chat about on a lot of different things slightly wider justice. Yo to be honest so Recently had Burnoff you're talking about lincoln and the lincoln
North Korean hackers target security researchers
"North korean hackers targeting security researchers. Google threatened houses group. One that north korean government sponsored hackers are again targeting security researchers on social media something previously seen back in january. The attackers use fake twitter and lincoln. Social media accounts and of set up a fake website for the company securely climbing to offer offensive security services site hasn't yet been set up to deliver malicious content but has been edited. Google safe browsing as a precaution with known fake profiles reported by google and now removed the similar effort. Back in january attempted to install back doors into security researchers machines using zero day vulnerabilities and says it's likely the group has news zero days to exploit if they're trying the approach again report details data sent from mobile operating systems professor. Douglas j. life from trinity college at the university of dublin published a report looking at the telemetry data sent by an android devices on the os level. Finding that both os has sent data even opting out and not logged in. I m hardware serial numbers cookies and ip addresses. Were among the information sent with iowa sending some location data although up more data overall roughly one megabyte every twelve hours compared to fifty two kilobytes on both platforms transmitted data. Roughly every four point five minutes in response to the findings apple said the report misunderstands. How personal location data is protected. Google disputed the papers methodology and said it will release public documentation on the telemetry data. Collected does have the resources to succeed. Congress created the cyber security and infrastructure security agency inside the department of homeland security roughly two years ago in the wake of russian interference in the twenty sixteen election dedicated to focusing defensive cybersecurity. However recent interviews with current and former staff by politico found the roughly two thousand person agency maybe to stretch recovering from recent high profile breaches to prepare for future ones. The agency already had its hands. Full helping state and local election officials protect their systems ahead of the twenty twenty election before the solomons supply chain attack and recent microsoft exchange server. Exploits came to light. Current staffers report being somewhat exhausted with not enough personnel to fill out threat hunting. An incident response teams staffers. Acc is able to largely meet the security needs of other federal agencies but is struggling to provide support to private sector infrastructure companies. Still staff reports morale remains generally high with confidence a can fulfill its mission an energized by recent political appointees to dhs
VR, AR and XR in Human Factors- In discussion with Prof. Bob Stone - burst 02
"That walls doing psychology undergraduate degree at university college. London and i even though i enjoy things like clinical psychology and social psychology. I was always. I was always more attractive. Worse than the occupational psychology side of things. And then i discovered by absopure chance that literally across the road from garrett street was the original economics unit is remote more governors and rachel belichick bombers most rachel benedict today and went over there initially to ask if i could to ask him a barrel their their their police breathalyzer because i was doing a study on the effects of alcohol on 'em second-largest skills dr in other words dark throwing an incredibly popular student experiment. Believe you mean talking to an harry. More absolutely inspirational. I'm thinking and they did things like control panels. You know going back to jerry anderson and it just seems like cheap chains and go to go to and coalmines and some of the courses were held at the institute. What was the baby. Manson army personnel research dente. Fauveau this is. This is the do so i i took the nfc down then. Never looked
Young Author: Ranveer Patel
"This season is all about kids during the mazing stuff. Today's guest is no exception when he know him. You're gonna go bananas. He's really smart guy. He was part of a math team competing and winning against kids older than here. He also wrote in published a book. We'll talk more about that during the show but in case you're wondering yes you can buy it on amazon. I'll leave the lincoln the shares. Are you ready so please welcome the young author high friend radio patel mentioned before you want a math competition. I was that it was really fun while doing it. Like in fourth grade so it was. It was a new experience or anything but winning was definitely new and fun. I've done it. I went to word ceremony. They gave us the third place medals. And the whole congratulations speech experiencing. It was my friends. And i really liked it and the mask larry. Hard play baseball. You practice any other sports soccer. I dropped the first class. So i can't count that i by both before and then i just start getting into baseball. What else do you like to do when you're not at full playing baseball or writing all multi read code watch you. It's basically three gold in watching. Because there's nothing else to do and social distancing so tell us a little bit about. Your book is called a book about artificial intelligence which which includes things like robots Stuff driving cars or assistance in its talks about in a really easy to read way. It scott really the graphs really good images and it has to. The wording is really simple. Because i started writing all seven so it would be really Easy to read. It's also it's it's about one hundred sixty pages. It's been really successful at of positive reviews about it from little kids who like to read about a is getting willie is. It's basically the hottest topic of the twenty first century. Your ipad your phone every mobile device half has some sort of a nintendo for example. Ups five ups for the. Opiates three. maybe. I don't know they all. They all have art assertive intelligence. It's really important in our life. Thought it would be a really good topic to write about in the book just in for little kids about what's what it is
The Profound Upside Of Self-Diminishment With George Saunders
"George saunders. Thanks so much for coming on the show but it thank you for having me. What a pleasure. I was telling you before we started rolling. I'm almost finished with the brilliant lincoln and the bardo som- really and thrilled that we're able to get you to come on so i have a million questions to discuss. The first on my list is used a term with my compadres my comrade dj who is producing this episode of the show. You said you've been thinking a lot about what you call the unified theory of brain. What is that. yeah well. I was thinking about it because i read michael pollen's book how to change your mind and so he talks a lot about the state of the mind on hallucinogens. And then i'm always thinking about the changes in the mind underwriting. When i'm writing what's going on in my head because i noticed that it makes me happier to right after the fact somehow i'm just in a better place even if the day's been kind of crummy something neurologically is going on this pleasurable. And then also you know with that lincoln book. I was thinking a lot about death. And what happens in those moments. Which even if you're a spiritual person to some extent physiological thing is happening at the end there. So i'm just kind of interested in the idea that at some future time we'll be able to say this is what your brain is doing as a is. This is what your brain is doing when you're creating art this is what your brain is doing in. You're meditating and to me that seems like not merely academic interests. It's everything really. But i don't have any answers yet. I just had the intention so the thinking is if we can get this unified three sixty view of what the brain and the mind or doing or actually in specifically referring to the brain in these key activities of our life that could lead us to a better understanding of how to live a better life all the time in every moment. I think we're doing it all the time. I mean i'm sort of even at sixty two still stumbling towards some idea of how to start the day how to get into it what to do during it. So that my experience stays within certain parameters that and i m we might call that being happy or being whatever so yeah. I think that's the idea. I think we actually people have been doing it for thousands of years but they may be having been able to use the scientific angle. What do you do to keep yourself within certain parameters that might be called happiness and outside the is unhappiness. What are your modes for me. Writing is real real. Big one. I try to do that much as long as i can every day. Four or five hours six hours and then also a buddhist. My wife and i are buddhist. So we've been involved in meditation at sort of different levels over the years and those are the two things that i know how to do. And i think they're related somehow. But i am not sure how. I kind of know that the more of those things i do and yet him in that kind of classic. Mode of going yeah. I should do more of that. I would be happier. And yet somehow. I i don't Very familiar with that with conundrum. Okay so i have a ton of questions. Though based on the foregoing. So the i want to get to the buddhism in a second because obviously that's the primary obsession of the show but when you talk about writing as something that is happiness producing i start to feel very guilty because i experienced right as the worst thing in my whole life except for like a few minutes. A few seconds of you nanoseconds. Where i understand something or phrase something correctly or somebody tells me like something i've written but the rest of it is delicious and i know i'm not alone on this because just to give you some examples. There's that famous quote from who. I can't remember. Nobody likes writing a book. Everybody likes having written a book. And the other is philip. Roth who after he finished his final novel. I believe put a sign up on his computer that said by long struggle with writing is over. So what would you doing that. The rest of us are failing to do. No i mean. I don't think well first of all only really been a pleasure for the last some number of years. When i was younger it was just torment and all that i think the only thing that's changed for me is that of written enough stories where i kind of understand that a period of frustration self loathing is part of it so when i get there i don't really believe in it. I feel like i'm being. I'm having a kind of emotion but also got a little bit of on oregon and say oh. Yeah this is the part where you're filled with self loathing or you're you're frustrated. You know this kind of two levels of torment. In an emotion one is the emotion or the feeling and in the second has come from believing in the feeling as being something permanent or real so for me. Now get to a place. I mean i'm there now with the story. I'm working on head to trash the last four pages and i'm kind of at a loss and i'm feeling a little bit inadequate and a little bit frustrated but there's another little voice going. Yeah that's how it always is. This is the part work. It's good so. I think it might just be the exhaustion of of experience and then to there's something about my process which is really i think because i'm a little bit of an unclear thinker. I've had to develop this method of revising its really rigorous. It has a lot of rewriting ridiculous amounts but knowing that's the way it is. I'm a little patient with it and that becomes part of the fun ago. Okay i'm probably about a third of the way through this really really long thing that will eventually produce something good. I guess it induces the kind of patient. So i actually. At this point i really do enjoy it. Anaconda crave to do it and this may be another topic but the state of mind. That i'm in what i'm doing it is i think what i'm talking about when i say it makes me happy. It's something like meditation. And that afterwards i just feel better.
Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo reopens to the public
"WGN, the fairly new director of the Lincoln Berg Zoo with the exciting news that the Lincoln Park Zoo is open. You need to make reservations, though, which is true for just about anywhere you go right now. But I'll tell you, you can find them and it's it's worth visiting. Can you go inside buildings or Outside on Lee. I note one point We've been to the zoo several times during this pandemic on and off, and it was only outside. But I has that changed. That has changed very recently. We were given some new guidelines operate under by the state and we are able to open our buildings at a limited capacity. We're being very methodical. We do We use science and everything that we do here at the zoo, and so we're Easing into opening buildings kind of a building at a time. So currently we have two buildings that were opening when we have staffing for it, and then we're going to be starting to open more buildings as we continue to move through the spring. So I love this text that I just received. I happen to know the answer Just a bit, But I'm sure you can do better than me cans. Kines. What was what was that? I said, will be all. Of course you get kids. Ooh! Animals Get Cove. It 19. Uh, yeah. Do animals can get Cupid 19. There's been a few zoo animals around the country that have gotten covert 19. We likely have not had any of the animals at Lincoln Park Zoo. Test positive for covert 19. But we, as all accredited zoos do around the country used personal protective equipment in order to ensure I know we're all familiar with face masks and other personal protective equipment. Because of our own personal use. We use that here at the zoo all of the time, especially with animals touches nonhuman primate center susceptible to many of the same diseases that we are, and it turns out the animals at The zoo's that have been diagnosed with covert 19 are, I think was that the San Diego Wildlife Park where some of the guerrillas were diagnosed lowland gorillas with covert 19? And also Malayan Tigers, and one of the species must been Asian lions at the Bronx Zoo. If I recall also a zoo in either Tennessee or Kentucky had a big cat that had it. But the good news is all of these animals have survived that have have have had it aspires. I know anyway, across the country, And as you say zoos are so careful anyway, particularly with nonhuman primates. Well, before anyone ever heard of covert 19 you you didn't want those great apes to get a cold. Which could be passed on because they can get it except sometimes it turns into a more serious respiratory disease in gorillas in particular, so it's for a very long time. Zoos have been very careful, correct. That is exactly right. We've been careful for a very long time with good reason. We want to make sure that they don't get any cold or flu or any bugs that we have the we've been protecting them by using our personal protective equipment for Decades now, so I said, going
US, China spar in first face-to-face meeting under Biden
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the US and China so far in their first face to face meeting since president Joe Biden took office top US and Chinese officials are meeting for the first time since president Joe Biden took office opening two days of talks in anchorage Alaska secretary of state entity blinking and China's Communist Party foreign affairs chief exchanged unusually sharp public remarks Thursday Lincoln noted deep concerns about actions by China Xinjiang Hong Kong Taiwan cyber attacks on the United States economic coercion toward our allies he encountered the U. S. should stop advancing its own democracy in the rest of the world Yang spoke for more than fifteen minutes the state department critically noted the sides had agreed on a two minute time limit for opening statements hi Mike Rossio
US and China trade angry words at high-level Alaska talks
"The united states and china leveled sharp rebukes each other's policies in the first high level in person talks of the biden administration on thursday with deeply strained relations the to global rivals on rare public display during the meetings opening session in alaska the united states. Which quickly accused. China of grandstanding and violating the meetings protocol had been looking for a change in behavior from china itself having expressed earlier this year. A hope to reset sour relations on the eve of the talks. Beijing had prefaced. What would be a contentious meeting with ambassador to washington saying the united states was full of illusions if it thinks china will compromise sparring in a highly unusual extended back and forth in front of cameras. Us secretary of state anthony blinken and national security advisor. Jake sullivan opened their meeting with china's top diplomat and state councillor in anchorage fresh off lincoln's visits to allies japan and south korea. The chinese delegates responded with fifteen minute speech in chinese while the us side awaited translation. Lashing out about what he said was. The united states is struggling democracy poor treatment of minorities and criticizing its foreign and trade policies following the exchange senior. Us administration official said. China had immediately violated agreed to protocol which was two minutes of opening statements by each of the principals before taking office us president joe biden had been attacked by republicans who feared his administration would take to soften approach with china but in recent weeks top. Republicans have given the president. Ah gentle gnawed for revitalizing relations with us allies in order to confront china a shift from former president. Donald trump's go it alone. America first strategy
Video games for good
"Listeners it's mike schneider and i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech. As with many other events canceled due to the covid nineteen pandemic. there is no south by south west festival in austin texas. This year. That is true. But there's a virtual south by southwest going on online through saturday march twentieth. And i got a chance to participate. Let me tell you a little bit about it. I've been scheduled to moderate a panel last year gaming for good but the festival got cancelled entirely when we knew there was going to be a virtual festival this year the company that sponsored the panel skills decided to go ahead and do it so we recorded our discussion over zoom in late february and it was really enlightening and very made me very hopeful about things. Here there's a story. On tech usa today dot com. You can read that if you want. If you really wanna watch the panel and do all the other fun things at south by southwest. Has you can still buy a ticket to the festival. There's a link in my story for that too. But here's the basics. I learned from from the panel. The panelists we had three of them. there's a program called gamers outreach that provides video game carts that means it has like a secure tv and a game console on. It's it's either hook to wireless or however they do in the hospital in two hundred thirty children's hospitals around the us the founder zach. Weigel began the program when he was a high schooler halo tournament. The got cancelled He'd organiz the tournament but public safety official voice concerns about the high school cafeteria being used for a hobby. That was quote corrupting the minds of america's youth in quote. The guy said so to show the gamers from it meant well the next year weigel try it again and raise money for a local children's hospital with that resulting tournament part of that he learned. The hospitals often have trouble keeping kids occupied when they're recovering from treatment in their rooms so that led him to begin having online fundraising to get these. You know cards game carts into hospitals all over the country if you wanna get involved gamers outreach as gamers forgiving event online this weekend and there's a lincoln my story or you can go to gamers forgiving dot org also this weekend skills which is spelled s. k. i. l. l. z has a gaming for good tournament to benefit the american red cross. You might have heard about skills. They they became a publicly traded company in december twenty twenty and last month. They signed a multi year deal with the national football league to create a mobile game in any sports community around the game. That's gonna come out later this year. Basically did a crowd source thing to get developer to find a way to create a cool game. Play on mobile devices Anyway what skills does they connect millions of players all over the world to compete on about five thousand mobile games including solitaire. Cube and blackout bingo. These these are on android devices and they've had passed charity online events. Where your entry fees to compete you know go towards Charities such as american cancer society world wildlife fund and the nwa. You can see information about this weekend's events in the app itself against s k i l l z and it's on ios and android or. You could find the lincoln my stories
'We're horrified': Secretary of State Blinken responds to Atlanta shootings during Seoul visit
"Are searching for a motive in the atlanta area shootings. That left eight people dead on tuesday. All but two of the victims were of asian descent prompting more fears of attacks against asian-americans. Us secretary st antony blinken addressed the issue during a press briefing in seoul. I want to reiterate again our outrage and grief we stand with community and everyone united against violence lincoln speaking with reporters after he and defense secretary. Lloyd austin met with their south korean counterparts where blinken said it is important for. Us allies to come up with a common approach to dealing with north korea and
The Microsoft Exchange hacks: How they started and where we are
"How i navigated getting a job weaves atlassian And for those might not know. Atlassian is i- unicorn. Australian a tech company Very prominent so The set of mondale. So it's a great article and the the international women's day very much. Appreciate alice's tom coming on today. Today's insides alice. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me great now. You wrote an article a post on link theme that grabbed my gives. You mind tanna Kudos for that because she locked it in It was tomorrow attention on lincoln. obviously And i think it's really important to share. Obviously this is part of international. Women's was trying to align with that. But there's a lot here so the unpack May be stop with how. I never got a getting a job. We've atlassian and sort of what motivated j. It's your story i. Ta joe The joke with atlassian. Clay was really about knowing their products having used them in the past saying the role come up having an israeli and check unical unicorn and their security journey as well. I was absolutely intrigued at to. What a software company Looks like in terms of their internal security and win these role popped up. It was actually in my group. That i'm hot. On linked in close trailing women insecurity network. I'm one of the league's over and so it was part of that group. That is on the job bro. Papa with. I was so excited as like music is a new role. It's a new tame as. I think i can do this. I think this would be one of those positions where i really make an impact in had value quickly being relatively new. Come up show you the security industry very good and it's there's a lot i mean. We won't even go into the we try to avoid the story of atlassian is that's a big big story. I'm pack their bags up new offices in in in sydney here as well i is that the wanting for you at all. Was that not a consideration. It was the atlassian story. Or were you thinking of getting out of it and coming to the east coast anyway. Well you have have. We accurate about the roughness island A stubby holder up the top there that there for my memory is being assessed boy but yes so. You're prepared to to move to this. This role yeah. I was one of the considerations that i had to tie it with a roll off in in sydney as things have evolved and his new project internally detained anywhere where our workforce of nearly five thousand across so many different times irons and There might working has really embedded ange. Now go to foam last how that can work and what best. It's really focused on the team. Coming together
"lincoln" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"No people are in sight. president george washington removes his dentures relieving him slightly from the pain that they cause sneaking down into a nearby chair washington considers how he will spend the rest of his night. It is then that an imposing figure looms over him a palm reaches out and swats the false teeth from his hand. Washington immediately leaps to his feet and his standing toe to toe with abraham lincoln snarling. Back at him. I'm tired of people calling you the father of our country. You didn't even have any kids of your own a bellows. It's time we settle this once and for all lincoln. I'm weary of your face. The two presidents square off and the white house is about to turn red..
"lincoln" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Or. You. Do you see mccoubrey? Macabre Kabir Let's see. The telegram is significant because it disproved theory that then Secretary War Edwin Stanton plotted to kill Lincoln because of their personal and political differences according to historians. that's ridiculous That's a stupid. Idea that was publishing some idiotic book in the seventies I can't remember. it's no historians ever taken. That seriously are is they're pretty nailed down and being Lincoln's hair. oh. Yeah. Yeah. Kiss it was. The whole chain of ownership. I thought that it'd be worth more than eighty thousand dollars. I don't know I. Don't know. Of course if you had it and then you know. Times get hard. They. Probably ought to sell that lock Lincoln's there. We could sell Lincoln's hair honey. No. Don't do that. We'll just say I'll get a second job we can't. So Lincoln's hair the number of people out there that want to buy. It is a fairly small pool I'm guessing yeah. I. Would. I would absolutely buy that but not for that not no no I'm sorry. Would you do want to see a dead guy's hair? What would you do with it? I would display it. Tape it to my forehead. Save. Doesn't extension speaking eloquent tones. What's that Joe you're wearing the rat tail style it hasn't been popular in twenty. Now it's actually a can of funny that it's an extension. Abraham Lincoln's hair. The President yes. Yes that's right. It's Lincoln's. dead people's hair just I don't know. Edwin. Stanton distant relative of mine full disclosure. My great great great great great grandfather or something like that. Cool. Full disclosure. Yeah. Well, you know is a so we know you're not bias on the situation exactly might be yeah. The the Ford Motor Company is a financial supporter of the Armstrong and getty show. That's SORTA disclaimed signature be cool like a you know. Lincoln signature a handwritten letter something like that. Super duper cool I imagine that goes for a lot more money body parts. I. Just not as into. A little macabre. I guess what? It's the man the heritage him you call I know that's what's gross. You Call Hera body part or if somebody saying stretch I'm thinking a tow something like that. Yeah. Not An eyelash you know. Here's a body part. Lincoln's nose hair. I don't think it is I mean hair's not a body don't think so I mean his nose hair I mean he breathed past that air I mean that really speaks to his being alive breathing thoughts he breathed out for score. Right. Either he may have br that that hair might have trapped dust at Gettysburg that day you don't know. So Lincoln's knows there could be some Gettysburg dust on that knows right I'd be willing to to. Pantley, for that his hair was thinking I can't believe a musical. It'd be doing right now. Somebody Shoot Me Oh boy. Too soon too soon. Not Funny..
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"In all that on the way The Armstrong and getty show this Netflix's is going to start canceling customer subscriptions. That haven't been used in the past year. You can tell getting cocky. They're like a you. Don't break up with us. We break up with you. Okay Bye Bye. What is that? Why would you cancel subscriptions? I thought that what you think your best case scenario you're not you're not Slowing down the Internet. You're paying a monthly fee ran. Tastic I don't know I can't imagine I feel like there's some sort of making the numbers fudge a little bit here right like if you cancel the subscription and they resigned you get to count that as as a subscription mania and interesting thought her send you people who are subscriber watching show or should. I also one of the the big analytics of a lot of these Internet sites Internet sites okay boomer Ali just okay. Boomer himself is daily active users. So I don't know if there's a metric out there that punishes people for for if there's an existing account but it's not being used if that makes your percentage I don't know the a lot of the analytics. These companies surged strange to me in a lot of them are fudged too. Yeah I did not your Internet. Ads are not working. They're not getting nearly the clicks they're telling you for instance radio that's where it's at and that is true Oh boy I'm going to get to this story. Great Story in The Wall Street Journal over the weekend. The end of America's era of military primacy written by military guy. Oh absolutely WHO's at the medicine here? I it's probably fairly obvious. As China's advanced arsenal grows the Pentagon must focus on emerging technologies not traditional weapons platforms. It was an an OP. Ed piece argument being made by You know a military expert In two thousand seventeen we had just left a briefing where we'd asked to arrange everyone in conversation about China's growing arsenal of their precision strike missiles there long range sensors the counter space capabilities. All this other stuff. Every senator was invited to the briefing about a dozen showed up because people born interested. I guess and they got a depressing dose of reality Pentagon officials in the Obama Administration. One named David Nick. I think I remember that person. spoke publicly last year saying when we do war games when we fight China or Russia the US military gets. It's ASS handed to it. We lose a LOT OF PEOPLE. We lose a lot of equipment. We usually fail to achieve our objective by preventing aggression Through projecting power. Wow you have the great. Crackdown giant protests going on Hong Kong. Right now making the salt more real. Yeah making we wouldn't lose award. It's not like we're getting. You know. We have to surrender and our part of China. Whatever but we would learn to speak Mandarin but we would not We would not prevent it a being so clearly dominant or Be Able to avoid losing a lot of men and material right and you know probably have to come to some sort of an agreement. Okay you get that island if this ends you know that sort of thing right yeah. Well that's clear. Yeah which is not the way you know. Most of us have in our mind about America. Well that's that's because as long as I've been alive and most people listening Ben Alive Right now we've been able to just avoid a war just out of we would just we'd just destroy you. We would lose nothing and you would be obliterated. Yao stay away. Yeah with some notable exceptions the whole limited warfare proportional thing anyway Maybe I'll get into that more coming up later. I'll tell you what I realized. This is unconstitutional. But I would love to see some sort of moratorium on congressman. Lobbying for unnecessary outdated weapons systems. Let's have you know. The generals are the joint chiefs and independent commission. Figure out what we really need to be spending on and just do that. So what does a human value human life worth? This has come up a lot in the last couple of weeks. People usually throwing it around like a like a weapon but some rhetorical win. Somebody talks about opening the economy. How many points on the Dow is worth one human life secretary of the Treasury And I think I think remember Mnuchin saying that's not a fair question Well there actually is a value. The value of statistical life that the government insurance companies never puts on a human life they use the ESL at most federal agencies developed over several decades. And it's about ten million dollars value of human life. Had No idea is worth that if a new regulations boost to myself esteem if a new regulation is estimated to avoid one death a year it will cost about ten million dollars and still make economic sense. Now I read this article in a minute. More interesting is that went along. The dilemma is how do you value reducing? The risk said this economist. At the think-tank is involved in this sort of thing Advisers studied the topic. The economists answer is to ask people what they think. A human life is worth and then observe the behavior on whether or not it lives up to because most people say Human life is the invite. You know you can't put a number go. We do put a number on it with our with our actions in the way we live. Economists use public opinion surveys on mortality. Risk they look at how much more dangerous jobs pay. They study. What. People are willing to spend for safety devices such as bike. The information is then all put together to try to come up with a number they. They calculate how many people are willing to obey for instance various speed limits. I mean we are kind of making a decision at that point. What we think you know life is worth and it'd probably be safer to drive the speed but I'm gonNA drive this speed right. I was running late this morning. I might speed limit was the limit of the engine in my car. I kid of course my friends in the law enforcement community. I would never do that. I think it's interesting. I got to forty and one MAX's out at one zero five and the other one will just keep going until the engine can't go anymore. Oh yeah yeah and I don't know why that is I mean it's got the one has a limiter on it though. The the engine clearly has more but the car won't allow itself to go any faster by the way forward. Is there any way to do something about that? A different chip or I will pass along. The e mails we will inevitably get. I was driving in Germany. I took my car to Germany over the weekend on the auto exact embarrassed but I did. They changed the laws or something no. They're both they're both the same year really interesting. I wonder is it the same model? No I wonder if one is. I mean for instance. My car that I commute in is kind of a bloated old man car It's like It's a rolling living room and it is not built it. I the handled. Well I call it a the whale because it handles like a whale and you would not want to be going very fast and cards just because you couldn't control it but in the right car place hundred but anyway so the government insurance companies have back up one hundred miles per hour when they When they calculate these things society apparently has come up with around ten million dollars the value of a life from the way we react on what we do safety wise. How much how much job has got to pay if it's this dangerous before we'll do it. Right they factor. All this in. It's interesting is that so interesting. Yeah we've we've made this determination without even realizing that we've made this determination ten million dollars. See I'd throw off all my principles for five. I mean I'd sell out to anybody for five million dollars so ten. Maybe I've been pricing myself too low. I figured no takers too high. But I don't know maybe I just need to find the right buyer like real estate. You're still alive in all these scenarios right now. I'm just saying well with five to ten million dollars okay. Okay so I would have to die to get the ten million. Oh all boys. So we're talking about my wife. Have that money so I suppose they have a numbers on there for what a leg is worth or an arm or that sort of stuff. Two Hundred Bucks. Right now are your what. Are you going to do it? But I I'll give you one hundred and seventy five for two of them because I think I deserve some quantity discount prices of your business. You can't have my arm. I don't care what you're offering. I like it use it every day. 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"The. The least likely. crocs, abstract, nerve crocs the only shoe sales. An according to the Wall Street, Journal's, they look at shoe sales. The only company out of thirty that actually had their sales go up. No everybody hates crocs. You Idiot you. Idiot Yada got got clues badly. If you have a counterpoint, disagree, you have to call somebody in your rights or even worse name and. Yeah, because you can't just like. Hey, here's something. I heard or a the the the this. Not everybody know everybody does hate crocs. You Idiot, but they were the only damn shoes available on Amazon. Nobody wanted to was our only option I. Don't know whether that's those are the only shoes available on the Internet. There's an idiot here, my friend. We agree on that point. I like this one crocs are great, p., p. e. gear, easy to slip on and often disinfect or discard. That makes perfectly good sense. You could simply walk it. Did they? They don't know how. Stupid. I have a pair of crocs in a buddy of mine said. You better able to fight if you wear those. Okay. I have a friend who will remain nameless. Who has crocs that look just like Chewbacca from Star Wars and they're called Chew Crock. Should pay this off just because I came across it and it was really pretty interesting since his. This conversation has come up a lot recently whether it's the secretary of the Treasury or I think trump has been asked this a number of times. What's a human life worth? How much should the Dow? Up One, senator ask this. How much does the Dow have to go up for one human life? You know that sort of thing. The government actually comes up with a number for that for how much you human life is worth I didn't know they compile, but that number for you. Whatever you have in mind, it's probably probably higher than what the government says. Hey, we'd like to buy your life. Montgomery Burns. Is it possible to work out in the open work way and then haircut night in America since apparently the most dangerous job in the United States of America is doing somebody. Nail nails are cutting their hair and yet all the politicians seemed to have had haircuts interested in. All that on the way..
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"Bob of Obama's habit of Ado among. And in this guy, this country, my point this this. Make all the stuff I said forget it. I'm idiot. Food Service workers are making significantly more. With the cares act than they were janitorial workers. medical assistance a said that when you get to sales and retail, it's a little bit less But yeah, their way to they my understanding this graph. Estimated percentage. Just just. Say So. Yeah, sales and retail transportation construction teachers are all making more. That's a tough situation Yeah, yeah, it is I don't know how they work that out. Well, it's temporary. It's worth remembering that unless Nancy Pelosi gets away and she wants to extended to twenty twenty seven. To get more people dependent on the government. Because once you're dependent on the government. You will never vote them out or vote out your benefits and she knows that. So again, it would seem to be if you look at it. Purely on economic slash ethnic lines, you think the Democrats would be howling for the economy to be reopened except for the government Dole Caveat. What have people mostly weighed in on the text line things we've talked about in the last ten minutes. the. The least likely. crocs, abstract, nerve crocs the.
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"So just reading about the Epstein. Documentary series that debuts on Netflix's early tomorrow. I think it's supposed to be huge. Supposed to get a lot of attention I. Don't know if a will or not, but of the headlines coming out of it is a guy who claims to have seen Bill Clinton on the On the Orgy Island where he claims, he never went that would mean that he did anything awful, but I mean he lied was lying lying right, so I don't think you nail that. down. One one seven year old dude, saying he saw Clinton, there's not. Enough probably. He'd He'd midst. A flying on Jeffrey seems plane although he has lied about the number of times or misremembered, so it would seem says he was never at the island, though the Orgy Island as people call it, but to some old guys. GonNa say in the documentary series tomorrow night that he saw Clinton there. Oh there's the spacesuits Elon Musk's. spaceman than going up in a rocket toro very exciting stuff. All that I'm no fashion designer I'm not sure. I love those spacesuits, okay. Call it off. Weird looks just to pay this off briefly crocs, the only footwear brand among the top thirty. Researched in the Wall Street. Journal tab their sales go up a fourteen percent increase. Wow, equal like crocs to embarrassed to wear them in public and now that they're home. They're buying more crocs. That's really interesting I think that's excellent. Analysis has exactly right. This excellent analysis to from Reuters. Actually they came up with the numbers. Crow virus deaths are three times higher democratic areas, then in Republicans areas at voted for Hillary. Three times as many deaths from corona as areas of voted for trump. That's part of why you have the. Split in views about wearing masks, shutting down or opening up the economy etcetera etcetera. which is not really surprising? What's well? It's not really surprising. It's disappointing to me that the more people can't understand that. City life. Urban life is different than life for other people. One set of rules is dumb. And axios traffic tracking poll conducted last week found that seventy eight percent of DEM's. Feel there's a martyr moderate to large risk in attending in person. Gatherings compared with fifty one percent of Republicans. That's a twenty seven percent gap that is doubled since mid April. So in the last couple of weeks, the gap doubled of whether or not you're afraid to be in a large gathering between Democrats and Republicans is that changing the landscape of the disease or people hardening their positions around their political leanings I don't know which. when given the choice between being more fearful of the economic unemployment consequences or the health detrick consequences were split exactly fifty fifty in that poll. As I've been saying I'm way more afraid of the economic part than I am. The disease part well. I'm certain. I we you are going to be hit by. The economic already happened already happened. So in the disease thing I'm hoping to avoid it and or get a mild case. You know hope is not a plan as Positive Sean. Would point out. There's a legitimate chance you're going to pull that off. Not even chance. That's the most likely scenario. Yeah I think so them. The most likely scenario for economics is I'm going to have less money a lot less money than I thought I was going to have. That's already happened so. and to me, it's a pretty easy between the two which to be more worried about, but we're evenly split fifty fifty exactly as a country. I've actually like to. Those of you were more worried about the disease I. Don't know maybe just have a different financial situation different job to hear the explanation, or or maybe it's we're looking at it in two rational away. Worry is in gut feeling. because. I could see people making the case. I'm more worried about dying or my mom and Dad dying than I am about keeping my old car for another year and therefore I am a good person, and you only care about money and I carry about human being well. That does come into it at some point. Exactly, what does the human life worth I can tell you that exactly according to the government coming up excellent act you because I'm thinking of buying a couple of people. What how I'm wow, well. No, but you can. You took it cynical again. People are when I knew people are more worried about emotionally about being sick cantor, dying than a somewhat in a lot of cases a minor to medium. Setback for a and almost certainly temporary, unless you're a small business owner in your business goes away then it's a hell of a setback. Oh, which reminds me that It's so strange to me. Well? It's not strange because people are crazy, but. It's it's amazing that Progressive America. because. They hate trump and trump said we got to reopen. The economy is so opposed to reopening the economy when it is clear that the economic crisis is just murdering a lot of traditional democratic constituencies. How about all the people that work at the restaurants right? Yeah, yeah, just you know working class people blue collar people minimum wage people. PAYCHECK to paycheck, people tend to be more Democrat in in a lot of the country certainly along the coast, and and they are just getting killed economically speaking on the other hand you have this from. Let's see what I get this around here. Somewhere I think it's five thirty eight DOT COM. Oh, that's right I I had online not on paper, but there are now astounding numbers of people making more money on the government. Dole than they were. with their jobs. Where did I put that? which was an argument that were having at the time, but? I'm reminded looking at my list. Oh articles that we have not for some time talked about the desperate cannibalistic rats in the threat. They pose to you and me but at any rate there are a lot of people getting. Oh there, it is okay. Bob of Obama's habit of Ado among. And in this guy, this country, my point this this. Make all the stuff I said forget it. I'm idiot. Food Service workers are making significantly more. With the cares act than they were janitorial workers. medical assistance a said that when you get to sales and retail, it's a little bit less But yeah, their way to they my understanding this graph. Estimated percentage. Just just. Say So. Yeah, sales and retail transportation construction teachers are all making more. That's a tough situation Yeah, yeah, it is I don't know how they work that out. Well, it's temporary. It's worth remembering that unless Nancy Pelosi gets away and she wants to extended to twenty twenty seven. To get more people dependent on the government. Because once you're dependent on the government. You will never vote them out or vote out your benefits and she knows that. So again, it would seem to be if you look at it. Purely on economic slash ethnic lines, you think the Democrats would be howling for the economy to be reopened except for the government Dole Caveat. What have people mostly weighed in on the text line things we've talked about in the last ten minutes..
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"Everything you want, you can customize the system you sixty day money back. Guarantee Free Shipping. Just go to simplisafe dot com slash army general is we're days away months away at the longest from Zombie Apocalypse. There're plus you got those desperate cannibals. We're talking about. simply spelled S. I m. p. l.. SIMPLISAFE DOT com slash Armstrong. Heard the just read it. This is the Biden apology. The last thing I want to do and I shouldn't have been such a wise guy. I shouldn't have been so cavalier and responding to it, I thought was a anyway. Was I. don't take it for granted all and no-one no-one should after vote for any party based on their race or religion the background. What do you say? It sounded like he had more rambling to do there. Let's not edit out too much of the rambling goodness difference. I think for the trump crowd is biden's going to do this like fifty times maybe honored times between now and the election where because he just? The way he talks especially now. It is the classic Gaffe in the definition. They use in DC where somebody actually says the truth out loud. Yeah, because that is just the truth, yeah, the We Democrats can count on nine out of ten black votes for the presidential election, so yeah, we turn our attention other where Hispanics by go either way agents. Who knows now getting your? Cheered we can count on the black votes. We don't worry about it right. So I do Kinda want to hear this? Because I didn't watch Fox News Sunday. This is Chris. Walls asking Joel Goldberg what they thought of it and. Here this. Would you agree that the the Biden remark was pretty calm. Yeah No, it was. It's precisely the kind of thing that a lot of Democrats are worried about Biden doing again and again on the campaign trail, regardless of the context of identity politics and blacks in the Democratic Party just his sort of in almost insecurity to have to take everything to eleven, and just a bit further than the facts or or rationality, sometimes allow makes a lot of people very very nervous about bite, and then the specifics of it is just. It's it's. It's perfect fodder for the people who want to heighten the tensions on the Democratic Party in all sorts of ways, and we're going to see more of this over the summer. So! We're going to you know we're not gonNA do politics all morning long, but I do. WanNa throw him that so this is in the midst of. He's apparently getting his list short for vice presidential candidate, and really seriously looking at aiming closer than than this happened and summer saying well, we can't. He absolutely can't choose a white person now. Joe Boy I think Ab. Kobe tour would be a great choice I. Think you want you want people who voted trump, but are worn out by him, but be scared off by an Elizabeth Warren. Who See? Harris right right, you get a moderate. Ernest Midwestern former prosecutor clearly, not a socialist. The so boring. How can you hate it? Yeah? That's not a bad point either I still say there's roughly a one third chance, Biden, not the nominee Daviau, and who would it be and how would that happen? Nobody knows. The brokered convention. People would chuck names up for nomination. Bernie is say it's mine. I was the second place. Everybody does that. If Miss America context. Gets everybody does it. and. True it's hard to argue that immigrants will take a vote no. In the words of Jonah Goldberg yet no. At Saint Louis half a second ballot. Boy Anyway. That's zeal. Say like eleven more just utterly indefensible things between now and whenever the convention was supposed to be. Listen listen man like Jonas said he takes everything to eleven. That is what he does. Joe Biden his a dummy what he claimed the N. double ACP endorsed every time he ran never endorsed him at all. KNOW WHOOPS! Exactly. It. We're quibbling here. Boy. Haircut night in America starts this Friday. Do you know what that is citing among other things on the way?.
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"Doing. NBC News The reporter during the STANDUP. It is the only person you can see for miles got the mask on our. WHO's protecting? That's been. That's become a big political symbol. Bo! It just has a virtue signal absolutely now I have to wear a mask in my county and in a lot of situations that I don't I. Don't mind wearing a mask at all. No, we're not a militant anti massacres like me. All I am I'm happy when I see other people in masks. Not. Breathing on me doesn't bother me but it has definitely become a political symbol of the the whole trump didn't wear mask over the weekend Biden did wear a mask and that's the clear divide in how seriously they take this or whatever? but I want to get off on that topic I am confused when I see people in their car with their mascot at seem like a step to confuse. I feel like that's going too far. Who are you protecting I? but we missed a controversy because we are off on Friday. Yes, and Joe Biden the vice president. If you follow Cable News I realize, you've heard this already so hopefully we bring some interesting entertaining angle, too for it was, there will be mockery. It was heavily covered by your cable news channels mostly. Just your your. Non Trumpeting channel CNN almost covered it. Not at all they've. They almost left it completely out of the cupboard. Short of there I think they got beat up enough that they finally decided. They need to do address it a little bit but anyway. Joe Biden was on a a radio show that I'm unaware, but apparently has a lot of political heft in the black world. Yes, it does indeed. It's a well known show. In Club, or the morning, crew, or the flakes or something, the breakfast club based out of new. York good name, Hillary made some headlines when she ran on their during her campaign. It's become kind of a an obligatory obligatory stop for a lot of Democratic candidates and Joe Biden was there. Listen. You gotta come see when you come to New York. VP BY A. Long Way until November. We got more questions. You got more questions. Turn if you have a problem figuring out where you're for mayor, trump and you ain't black. It don't have nothing to do with trump. It has to do with the fact I. Want something for my community. I would love to see. My record man I extended the voting racks, twenty five years I have a record that is second to none then up. ACP's endorse me every time I've run the world. Come on, take a look at the REC. Wow, the if you can't decide between me and trump, you ain't black is getting a lot of attention, but his angry blast there at the end about how dare you I? It's not good politics. I know this makes me bad talk. Show host, but I'm not sure if I heard that that would even stood out to me that whole. You Ain't black Oh my God. It would to me. I don't think you would have. But so look before we get to that. I just want to throw this in That, N., double ACP thing, they've put out a statement saying we have not endorsed Joe Biden. Yeah never endorsed you by wolves. I think that's worth point, but anyway back to the black well, wait a second getting back to that CNN. When they finally did cover the the story edited that part out. Of the Biden quote! The N. double ACP thing so even when they admitted alright old senile, joe is said something completely unacceptable. They edited out the N. Double ACP. Thing, which is just I mean they're liars, professional liars both why I don't think it's a big deal. Then you can blast me. Way I'll make it all about you What would the people tried to turn it into a or did turn it into? I shouldn't use prejudicial terms. People turned it into or took it as he's saying you know as a race, you're there. Certainly you have to vote, yes. The Democratic Party is felt that way for decades and has expressed that message and every one hundred different ways, and both parties both parties knowing how black people are GonNa vote because nine out of ten black people vote Democrat for president every single time. They put that into their polling. So it's just it has been true. It is true. It's saying it out loud I. Guess You're not supposed to, but it's just. It's just what it is I think. Kanye West and you come out and you're a Republican. You get killed. Ride the black community right. Yeah, well. I think you're being cynical, though for a couple of wine, apparently being cynical about the black vote does vary somewhat. It's a fairly narrow band with the elections are often fairly close so it's. It's worth getting more of the Black Vote Oh. Yeah, getting eleven, percent is better than getting nine percent because it's a lot of people. Secondly I think one of the great failings of American politics. In last sixty seventy years has been consigning black America. Whatever that means because you know I hate a group. Any Group of people together has been consigning black America to what a lot of people are calling the government plantation of dependence and defeat and blame in the rest of it, and the Democratic Party has has subtly and cleverly pitched that plantation as a good thing, and I think it's incredibly important to individual human being's lives. Lives that they understand that those policies from from LBJ on have been disastrous for Black America I. Think this conversation is incredibly important. and Joe Biden went ahead, and he said it out loud y'all only get to vote one way to shut up and vote by what you're supposed to. Somewhat of the the premise of Charlemagne's line of questioning our Democrat have Democrats been taking the black vote for granted for too long absolutely. Yeah, so they're going to continue your a cynical man. You've given up on humanity, not me. It's absolutely worked. We'll get the black vote. No matter what we don't have to worry about. That has has worked for years I'M GONNA. Come in pander to you a little bit, but you. You look this man. You're busy, mind miraculous. Man What are you kidding me? Quest is four. I did think that turn at the end was was strange within the like got aggressive. They're gone. For that yeah, I know it so well. He did apologize for that, so biking does A. Reminder my so originally. The witness blew up particularly on Fox News. CNN didn't cover all when it blew up on. Fox News than he did issue an apology. We can play that in just a second I suppose I'd hear how he walked back. Initially, he was A. Joe Tried enough initially, he said I was just joking, but that didn't work I. Guess Some Black Leaders. Leaders came out horrified that he'd said that, so he had to go further with his apology. We'll play that for you. And then Joe asked the important question did I. is he a contrite enough? 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"lincoln" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
"Stanton Be James Speed a Edwin M stanton. The correct answer is a Edwin M stanton although the theory is discredited by historians the unsubstantiated claims of Stanton's involvement included that he'd kept grant from attending to play with Lincoln to save his life and that he had every bridge closed during booths. Manhunt except for the bridge booth used to escape now. That means that you have one spotify premium free for a year and you can still win a role on unsolved murders and of course the podcast. Golden Headphones Assembly. That it was not actually John Wilkes booth but a look alike. Who was shot and killed when federal troops found him in Virginia on April? Twenty sixth in Nineteen O seven. A man named finest Bates published a book claiming that booth had actually lived out his life under an assumed identity. Question Number Nineteen. How did the book say John Wilkes Booth died a? He poisoned himself. Be someone poisoned him. Hey he poisoned himself. The correct answer is a it stated. He poisoned himself. Abates theory too was widely discredited as the story goes Bates kept the mummified remains of the man who had allegedly confessed that his true identity was John Wilkes booth and with that and you have won a role on unsolved murders as well of course as the spotify premium account free for year. And now you have a chance to win. The par cast golden headphones on the day of the assassination booth visited someone and left calling card reading. Don't wish to disturb you. Are you at home. J Wilkes booth prompting Mary. Todd Lincoln to write that. She believed the recipient had some knowledge of the murder plot. Question Number Twenty. The final question of this episode. Who had booth left the card for a Stephen? Douglas Be Andrew Johnson. Hey Stephen Douglas. I'm afraid that is incorrect. Be Andrew Johnson is the correct answer. Mary Todd Lincoln wrote to a friend. My own intense misery has been augmented by the same thought.
"lincoln" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Abraham Lincoln was born on February twelfth eighteen nine in a small log cabin in Hardin County County Kentucky. His mother and Father Thomas and Nancy Lincoln were humble illiterate farmers. Lincoln's father was barely able to sign his name. He also oh had an older sister. Sarah Sarah and Abraham grew up on a farm where he learned to wield the axe help his father chop wood and carve a house in a farm out of the hardwood forest. Nothing in his humble beginnings would ever suggest he would rise to president of the United States. Lincoln attended school only intermittently because his health was required on the farm however he did learn how to read he developed a voracious appetite for books devouring as many as he could get his hands on. Tragedy struck the Lincoln home when at the tender age of nine years old his mother. Nancy died of milk sick. A disease likely caused caused by wild poison. The cows ingested Nancy's death gravely effected young Abraham Making Matters Worse. Nancy had acted as a buffer between Lincoln Gin and his father who did not get along very well with Nancy. Gone Abraham Thomas Lincoln clashed even more Abraham disdains the life of a backwoods woods farmer. He was also deeply bothered that he had to turn over any side wages to his father before he was of age so for example if he helped neighbor with work Thomas. Lincoln kept all of Abraham's earnings. Some speculate that his scorn for this law in part led to sympathy for slaves who were denied the fruits of their own labor. Adding to the contention was Lincoln's opinion of the old man who he saw as lazy and unintelligent his father reciprocated the feeling thinking linking Lincoln the Lazy One because he preferred reading over farmwork. Boy I done told you already to put that book down and get on out to the field them. Corns ain't picking themselves. Yes Paul Gimme that damn thing. Why don't ask the questions around here? I told you to hand it over now. Hand it over but it's mine Paul. He ain't doing no harm except making you lazy son of a bitch on my farm. That's not true. I do my share Pau. These books teach me so one day one day. What boy I can do something more than just sign my name? I ain't got no use for lazy dog on my farm and you know what I do too lazy dogs don't you. Lincoln didn't invite his father to his wedding. He didn't even make the eighty mile journey to visit his father on his deathbed despite his father's request if we can meet now it's doubtful whether it would not be more painful than pleasant in eighteen. Twenty eight Lincoln finally left the farm to work on the riverboat hauling freight which ran down the Ohio and Mississippi River to New Orleans. This was also as first exposure to large scale slavery and slave auctions. Two years after his riverboats stint Lincoln helped his family moved to Illinois in eighteen thirty one he settled in new Salem where he worked various jobs. As postmaster mill hand in a failed shopkeeper it was here he met Ann Rutledge. There's been debate over whether or not. They were lovers up until the nineteen nineties. It was disputed because there were not many references to an Lincoln's letters however academia now accepts reminiscence based I oral history many of those accounts from locals in new Salem testified in the nature of their relationship and are now widely accepted. An rutledge was a beautiful young. A young woman with Auburn hair and striking Blue Eyes Lincoln met and when he was twenty two and she was eighteen like Lincoln. She also came from a humble background. But Lincoln was poor and lacked training of a trade making him unsuitable for marriage so a wealthier gentleman John. McNamara Korda Dan and they were set to be married McNamara left to New York to attend to family matters never returned ultimately abandoning his fiancee. Now our prominent bachelor in new Salem Lincoln allegedly proposed and she accepted on the condition that I she and her engagement to McNamara in person mm-hmm but tragedy struck before that was possible when Ann came down with typhoid fever and passed away in eighteen eighteen. Thirty five the epitaph on a new headstone at an original burial place reads where Lincoln wept. After Ann's death. Lincoln slipped into a deep depression. Some historians suggest to even suffered a nervous breakdown. Depression what he referred to as the HYPO short for hypochondria area is a condition. Lincoln battled his entire life. Thankfully it wasn't severe enough to impede his ambition. Lincoln's I I tumble in. Politics was as supporter of the whig. Party the WHIG party was founded as an anti-establishment response to the Democratic President Andrew Jackson it was accused of being a party for the elite and wealthy but voting records showed in addition to being pro business. It favored social justice in the education in prison. Systems Lincoln ran for state legislature as a whig candidate in eighteen. Thirty two but lost. This defeat didn't stop him though he ran again in eighteen thirty four by this time formerly a member of the whig party and one and again in eighteen thirty six thirty eight and forty during this time period. He met Mary Harry Todd. I've faced the well educated high society woman. Although Lincoln was awkward with women and the two came from opposite sides of life. They became engaged engaged in eighteen. Forty where is he. He's coming.
"lincoln" Discussed on We The People
"They want to put teeth into this of twelve years later. In eighteen twenty equate it that the importation importation of slaves into the united states with piracy the punishment for piracy is death. Lincoln is the only president to execute a slave traitor the famous case of nathaniel gordon february eighteen sixty two. He's the only president ever to punish someone to the fullest extent of the law for enforcing that eighteen twenty law so all of which to say when he was battling against douglas in eighteen fifty eight he thought he was not only on the surest ground morally but with regards to slavery being wrong if slavery is not wrong. Nothing is wrong. Lincoln once said he thought he was on the surest ground constitutionally both by the letter of the constitution as well as by the actions of the very men who drafted constitution many of whom actually served in the original or the first congresses and obviously president washington and a few others thereafter said i'm it's still trying to understand exactly what provisions of the constitution lincoln thought would be violated. If territory decided to allow slavery <hes> there were some abolitionists invoked article for section two privileges immunities clause the citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges legit and immunities of citizens and they put in ellipses of the united states in the several states and said that slavery violated that clause but that was a minority position position. If as long as congress refused to resurrect the missouri compromise and repeal the kansas nebraska act why did lincoln douglas was wrong with the territories tories could if they chose allow slavery on the ground set <hes> we've discussed which were the ordinance of seventeen 1887 the belief that congress could legislate against <hes> the extension of slavery which the dread scott decision said they could not and lincoln contested that and he continued to cite time again the declaration of independence lincoln said that the <hes> that the declaration of independence was the frame of the constitution and particularly <hes> the provision all men are created equal so was unin larger ground and then on a moral grow larger moral ground and then on a political ground that that he opposed a all this <hes> he <hes> in the cooper union speech which takes place after the debate in a february eh eighteen sixty <hes> after <hes> lincoln studies <hes> all sorts of <hes> <hes> <hes> newspapers madison's notes and books about the writing of the constitution <hes> he <hes> he concludes that the majority of the of the founders were really anti-slavery and he goes through it he makes a very <hes> a deliberate britt and precise statistical a case about it and it's on that basis that he says that <hes> <hes> slavery it can <hes> can be prohibited so <hes> you know linkin is constantly <hes> looking for grounds among the founders founders within the constitution around the constitution in the declaration in the ordinance seventeen eighty seven <hes> to you put together in anti-slavery argument and he never stops doing that <hes> <hes> from the moment he makes his first speech in <hes> <hes> eighteen fifty four in the house of representatives at the state capital in springfield when he talks about the blood of the revolution as a basis for war <hes> being against slavery because they fought for the principles of the declaration of independence so lincoln is constantly working working at it. He's thinking about the arguments that are made on the other side. Any is always trying to find a new means to to marshall the founders on his side. I understand now that you both explained it so well. Because lincoln felt the dread scott was wrongly. I decided in violation of the original understanding the framers he thought the decision should be overturned that the for that reason the misery compromise should be resurrected and that would make douglas's <hes> position out of bounce of lucas was was lincoln unequivocally correct in his constitutional claims his originalist claims about the original understanding of the framers or douglas arguable points douglas had our i guess the the best way to put his that douglas could make a plausible case as a result of de facto practice that the founders <hes> <hes> cherish cherished federalism so much that they did not intend for the federal government to have too much authority at the state level and i say plausible..
"lincoln" Discussed on We The People
"The consent of the government and in this case it meant that consent had to happen through states the open thing was what about territories do congress get to tell territories what got to do or not and lincoln would site history as well as principal to explain that congress did in fact have the authority to regulate those institutions in those territories tories he cited the northwest ordinance of seventeen eighty seven which was re inaugurated under the first congress of the united states when it was obviously i is put forward by the congress under the articles of confederation perpetual union lincoln would site that he would say congress's efforts to prevent slavery from entering the country eighteen wait wait equated it with piracy and eighteen twenty all of this lincoln cited from the founders from the founding generation to show this moral anti-slavery anti-slavery impulse or impetus that they eventually wanted as lincoln puts it to put slavery on the course of ultimate extinction for him mm-hmm the lodestar of the country for understanding those compromises in the constitution was in fact the declaration of independence what he called the spirit of seventy six he said the spirit of seventy six is antipathetic to the spirit of nebraska the nebraska the bill which became the kansas nebraska act of eighteen fifty four. Thank you so much for emphasizing lincoln's reverence for the decoration of visitors to the constitution center's new civil war exhibit no that he stood before independence hall in eighteen sixty one and said i would rather be assassinated on this spot then abandon. The principles of the declaration sid the dread scott decision. Listen had come down in eighteen fifty seven and chief justice tawny infamously held not only that african americans have no rights which the white man is bound to respect but that congress had no power to pass the missouri compromise because it violated the property rights of slave owners what was lincoln's position about the dread scott decision what was douglas's response and how central was that to the constitutional discussion in the window estimates the dread scott decision of of <hes> eighteen fifty seven was intended to end once and for all the entire question of slavery in the united states and whether it could be extended to the territory's roger twenty who had been part of <hes> president andrew jackson's kitchen cabinet <hes> had been appointed to the supreme court he was the chief justice was eight years old. He <hes> was a southerner from maryland a slave state he himself own slaves. It's <hes> and <hes> he had <hes> issued his decision. Within two days of the inauguration of james buchanan a pro slavery democrat as president buchanan had behind the scenes <hes> worked with the <hes> supreme court justices hostesses to ensure of what the decision would be and that it would be the one that he wanted tony's decision declared not only that a black man had no rights which lightman was bound to respect but that was a historical <hes> interpretation of what what he said the founders believed and so he what in saying that he was citing original intent he was appealing to the concept of original original intent of the constitution <hes> and <hes> he said that also the second point that congress had no role here here that was the <hes> sin qua non the essential position of the southerners in the congress and throughout the south that congress congress could not prohibit slavery that they could not rule on it at all and that therefore according to tawny people could bring their slaves into this territory now this was a a not only a an a blow against lincoln can the republicans and their position but also against douglas now each responded <hes> vary lincoln a completely really oppose the decision although he said that republicans had to obey the law but he would do everything he could to oppose <hes>.
"lincoln" Discussed on Dear Hank & John
"Lincoln becomes like semi independent. It's the giants on abraham lincoln s to college. Oh joe's abraham lincoln elements ease abraham lincoln. No i think it's very important johnston abraham lincoln go through through the entire process of being a child in america today and giants don't abraham lincoln has to go to elementary school and they have to build a special giant stone abraham lincoln elementary school to fit him and there's no way hank that america can make it to twenty fifty eight waiting good for giant stone abraham lincoln to come of age would he can lead us back to an inclusive loving the country sri that that that we know we can be is right around the corner. If giant stone abraham lincoln can will lead us there and you're proposing to put him in elementary mm entry. That's okay. I'm just saying john. I haven't read the short story in which this all happens yet but i'm really looking afford to it. In my version of the short story giants don't abraham lincoln wakes up and is is a baby. He's a giant baby and he has to be taken care of amine. That is the word narrative -ly. That is the worst right well. That's the thing it's a twist. You think oh we're all saved but then he's just he's just like all right. You're better applauding than i am so i'm just gonna assume that that's the correct answer. Even though it strikes me as utter hogwash regardless i look forward to the day whenever it comes when abraham lincoln returns to take back what is rightfully his way. What about term limits so if it's your version giants don't abraham lincoln is just an extension of existing abraham lincoln. He can't be president because he's already been president well he. I i would argue. He didn't get to serve out the full second term. Let's so maybe we could make an exception john too soon for that. I i think it's a good point. I'm glad that's where we started today. John i do for some reason and somehow i feel a little bit better after having answered that that question yeah. I think we're gonna be fine. It'd be there in just need giants. Don't abraham lincoln to come and remind us that it's not necessary to have a four hundred hundred and eighty day presidential election season. That's not a season. It's many years but what if giants don't abraham lincoln as a thirty five year presidential until the election season where he just talks to people. He's on a listening tour yeah. He's on a listening tour. That sounds nice. I think probably the biggest surprise for giant stone. Abraham lincoln would definitely view weird right to be reimbursed like suddenly back to life when you died eighteen sixty five but i think the weirdest thing would we being giant and stone no no yeah no it wouldn't be that your giant and stone it wouldn't be like cars or airplanes are antibiotics or any of that. I think the weirdest thing would be like trying to explain lean how rand paul got elected to the senate. I've met their resume weird election stories for abs senate colleagues as well joe sure here. You know one of them. Almost <hes> got beaten to death on the floor of the flip in congress by kane and then the guy who almost beat the other guy to death got reelected well. <hes> america was always bonkers. Let's move on merica. Put that on a t shirt. This next question comes from courtney who asks steer franken john. I recently purchased a v._i._p. Ticket to the miniature in minnesota in august thank you courtney. I'm really excited to see you. I'm coming from michigan and none of my real life. Friends are nerd fighters not for lack of trying so i'm flying solo feel uncomfortable about it but i didn't wanna pass up the opportunity. How do i appear to be not a weirdo to the people i'm sitting next to what are some good conversation station starters any other tips or tricks gone to a show solo looking forward to it sincerely courtney. I according thank you hank we will be in madison and minneapolis on respectively august sixteenth and august eighteenth people can get tickets at hank and john.
"lincoln" Discussed on Newt's World
"On this episode of neutral world. Abraham Lincoln is with the single angle exception of George Washington. The most important president in American history without Lincoln civil war would have ended with the south leaving the union with America Broken Without Lincoln. The moral moral basis of freedom would never been quite as articulate without Lincoln so many things we take for granted would never become true. I'm going to try to share with you. The essence of Lincoln a man who is the most complex and probably the smartest person ever knew occupy the White House one of the lessons of Lincoln. What is it about Lincoln that made him so unusual so effective and so important? I've written ooh Four novels about the civil war. I've spent years studying Lincoln. I think that he is at the center of defining America Abraham Lincoln's rise to greatness is really the.
"lincoln" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"It was around this time that John Wilkes booth made a new plan and a conspiracy to kidnap became a conspiracy to murder officially booth. Wanted revenge on the man who had defeated the confederacy booth. Famously hated Lincoln even before the war, but had believed that the south would triumph given a few lines from his diary such as on April fourteenth. When he wrote quote are caused being almost lost something decisive and great must be done and quote booth may have also believed that Lincoln's death would inspire discouraged confederate troops to resume fighting. That interpretation is just speculation. But the theory that booth wanted vengeance. Is widely accepted in addition to targeting Lincoln booth, also plotted to assassinate to other key members of the union government. Vice president Andrew Johnson and secretary of State William h Seward all three attacks would occur on the same night executed before the secretary of war, Edwin Stanton, or any other member of the government would know what was happening or stop the plot. While booth would target Lincoln two other conspirators would be tasked with the deaths of Johnson and Seward. On April fourteenth shortly after nine thirty pm booth arrived at the back door to Ford's theatre, his friend. Edmund Spangler was working backstage during that night's performance and booth asked him to watch his horse while he went inside Lincoln's box was only accessible from the lobby but booths plant escape route required him to have his horse ready and waiting at a backstage door to reach the lobby. He had to exit the theater without Spangler noticing and re enter through the front door all without.
"lincoln" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"He's only released after he makes an oath of allegiance and pays a substantial fine. This deaf. Feels his view of Lincoln tyrants in the Lincoln has become his Caesar for sure. By now November ninth eighteen sixty three. A family friend of the boosts opens the fifteen hundred fifteen hundred. Excuse me seat Ford theater in Washington. DC and booth was one of the first lady men to appear their plane and Charles Selby's the marble heart a love. This story will detail one of the first lady men to perform in the cedar where he would later kill Lincoln and Lincoln years before his death did watch booth perform their Washington performing that opening play. Lincoln Lincoln wants a lot of shows Ford dealers less than a mile from the White House and that I play both portrayed a Greek sculptor in costume making marble statues come to life, Lincoln wash the play from the presidential box. And at one point during the performance Lincoln stood up, took his shirt off and asked to suck as nipples which gets left out of every single historical texts. I aound because that never happened but bucks out of an amazing came at just feed on me booth. Take your handsome face. I don't know why Scottish rate there, put it on my nipple. Did you only Scottish? I didn't until I just did voice. So one point, no, during the performance booth was said to have shaken his finger and Lincoln stretching. As he delivered a line of kind of pointed dialogue, Lincoln sister-in-law was sitting there in the same presidential box and turn to him and said, Mr. Lincoln looks as if that's meant for you and the president replied, he does look at me pretty sharp or no. He does look pretty sharp in me, doesn't he? So they had a little interaction. You know, a long time before these assignation on another occasion, Lincoln son, tad is young son tad's booth performed. The fourth theater said the actor thrilled imprompt and booth to give a rose. But then boots ignored an invitation to visit Lincoln's between acts a hates the president so much refuses to meet him. Booth starts having some problems, his family around the time. His brother Edwin starts refusing to tour at all in the south. They quarrel over the very political views to the point that John Wilkes gets banned from Edwin home. You know, I've talked to a lot of you about how the current political climate is divided families. Feel like it's getting better, but, but definitely that's gone on last couple of years. Well, you know, maybe there's some small consolation in the fact that this isn't the first time. This has happened in our country. Then shit starts to get real crazy for booze and eighteen sixty four as the eighteen sixty four presidents presidential election drags on the chances of a confederate victory is turn look pretty slim. And after again, those few key military victories in eighteen sixty four such as union general William t Sherman to comes a Sherman taken Lanta from the south on July twenty second. It seemed like it shouldn't take that much longer to secure union victory and that victory directly helps get reelected boost. Internal struggles continue. He wants to take a break now from acting to actually fight in the war on behalf the confederates, but he promises mother. He wouldn't join the army and he hated himself for making that promise. He wrote to his mother towards the war's end. I have begun to d- myself a coward and to despise my own existence. Here he is playing the roles of brave men who fight for their beliefs on stage battling other actors and mock sword, play while other men, his age. Are actually risking their lives for what they believe in. So he comes up with a way to redeem himself in his mind for not joining the fight earlier. He comes up with a plan to sell replica swords, give the proceeds to confederate cause and then he finds out. There's not a big market for swords you over estimated it. But there is a big market for tiny plastic swords that people use to stick through MARTINI olives or hold little meat and cheese bundles together an appetizer trace. So booth starts making tiny swords and you can still buy them today on EBay in original set of boost cocktail swords will set you back around thirty.
"lincoln" Discussed on TechStuff
"The speech lincoln gives is more or less the original one run the nineteen sixty four world's fair does have a few edits to it it's not quite as long as the original speech was so it's more like the nineteen eightyfour version though not exactly the same in two thousand thirteen disney would shut down its internal division called maypole in peo some people say that stands for mary poppins because it was formed after the success of the movie mary poppins other say no it's manufacturing and production that was where the name came from but anyway whether whatever its name came from that was the division that was responsible for producing audio animatronic and then later electric version of animatronic all them came out from there for the most part and toward the end of its run more and more of those projects were getting outsourced to other companies so in twenty thirteen the company decided you know we're just going to go with this contract approach we're not going to build them in house anymore and the company that's mostly in charge of developing animatronic for disney is garner holt productions that company is located out of california it also makes an metron ix for lots of other clients not just disney but that's the company that's mostly responsible for them and has had incredible demonstrations of really complicated sophisticated animatronic figures that are eerily realistic like we're talking uncanny valley style realistic including abraham lincoln bust that makes vases that i would say start to lean toward the scary but you have to see the videos to to understand what i'm talking about anyway that wraps up the great moments with mr lincoln story it's fascinating to me to see how an idea could go from just a hop hypothesis to an actual working attraction how do you go from i want this thing to exist to making it so while busies imagine ears have a reputation for doing that time and time again and the attractions that disney are evidence of that fact and as a lifelong disney van i have a great appreciation for that although i have seen comparable work at other parks i mean there are plenty of other places that have used that same philosophy to great affect like universal's islands of adventure for example but that wraps up this for the july assode if you have any suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff let me know why don't you semyon email the addresses tech stuff at how stuff works dot com or drop me a line on facebook or twitter the handle both of those tech stuff h s w don't forget the follow us on instagram and i'll talk to you again really soon for more on this and bathrooms of other topics visit how stuff works out com our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tidy little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lor now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to subscribe and listen for free step inside gather around i'd like to take you on a tour welcome to the cabinet of curiosities