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Sherpa woman climbs Everest for 10th time, breaks own record
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"lobo " Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"If you're coming in to replace zubin you have to assume you know that place on the totem pole. I guess billy. How do you feel about the useless. Sound montage experience. It was an awful lot of work that you did today. And i feel for you and my initial thought upon seeing you this morning when you just said bleeping montage. Dan and then told me that you had to sit through seven hours of press conferences. my initial thought is. We've got to get you out of that. You have to either. We make it more efficient for. We cannot have you doing that every week. For for three minutes of content where you're buried in a dungeon of suffering. Listen to the listening to these coaches. I know the audience wanted. I love it too but that doesn't seem like an efficient use of your time or a joyful one. Yeah we have a plan in place to try for next week. We'll see how it goes. You know it is dan. It's a game of adjustments. Try different things. He will sticks. How miserable are you today. And how much echoing fatigue is on you because you had to slog your way through those depressing cliches and after you hate football already all season absolutely hateful season useless sound finding celebrity prognosticators grid of death. My brain just stops working. I don't even know what i'm saying right now. I don't like football and we've just begun. We've only just begun with these week one. Yeah just beginning. I'm looking at waller's last six games right now. He might be the greatest player. Gruden's ever coach. Last six games fifty three catches seven hundred fifty nine yards five. Totti's dan seriously you do the math. I'm not gonna do it. Translate that over to sixteen game season or seventeen for that matter. Get back to will use your calculator. That is still on your desk in your home because if you still cling to the use of a calculator i will say again that jerry. Rice had forty years old had more yards in a season than waller head. And this is not to discredit waller waller in any season. He's the new frankenstein. Evolution of that position. Every team has something that is like that. Correct this six seven guy who can turn around and his basically always open because a linebacker defensive back can't get around his body well all our was a first round draft pick in the pf fantasy draft and we all laughed at the time but now you can see why right. I mean these great. You know he was talking about anything today. That wasn't you. He was picked ninth. We all laughed waller but last laugh to the picker gruden these time now for a weekly update on our favorite team rix levels. Here's their head coach. Prison football operations. Greg cody. I have to tell you people. I wish i had better. News logos killed the draft. We had the best team. Coming out of the draft by acclamation had a rough opener. Lost one hundred and twenty two eighty. Three i'll tell you what nothing went our way. It began on thursday night football when we got a combined. Total of ten points from guys who are projected from twenty eight and it was all downhill from there. But i gotta tell ya lobos. Don't quit when the going gets hard. We play harder. We work harder and we continue with only three words we are..
"lobo " Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"To morning radio max. I told you this yesterday. It's hard for me to explain what it is. That max kellerman is doing with his life right now because his life is about to get swallowed by the giving of opinions. I've told you before that his wife has told him. Mac stop talking so much as he was filling all the time on. I take and now. He's sharing space with jay williams and keyshawn and they've been doing their own show and max is not there to be traffic cop on their show. Max's coming in to whatever chemistry. It is that they've developed over the time they've developed it and it's key shawn's name that is first on the marquee but i'm guessing max is going to do a great more a great deal more talking than zubin was doing No question it's already started to happen. The max it's already two weeks in any early looks like five years older. It's today. it's not two weeks and it's two days that he's into doing this morning show and doing this afternoon. Show that he's going to do in the mornings. I think this is the second week of mornings and dirty. Like i could see it wearing on. It's the both of them. That's gonna kill him. it's the he's got. What are they going to put a couch is he going to. Is he going to be a cot. Like the inner workings of television. That's not just feeling doing our requires a certain amount of preparation. Lots of questions. Does he take a nap like this. Because you still got you here for six months everyday complaining about how tired you are. You're not starting as early as he is. And you're not ending as late as max is. And you're not responsible for as much content in general as max is. And so i'm i don't think people understand. I don't think max understands and i don't think he. Espn executives understand. What they've done to him he's going to gray. He's going to get gray. Faster than barack. Obama did even grayer than my than stephen smith. Stealing his entire soul over five. I love the idea that between shows you have him on a little two foot wide army. Con- that's great. What time do you think is stove. Alarm goes off in the morning. What time do you have to get up at six. Am for six am show that requires that much right. Because you got you did it. Did you do it. One day the traffic cop job of grabbing all the promos grabbing all the reads. And i believe you slept all week after doing it one day. At four o'clock in the morning. I woke up at four. Fifteen am now. The hotel was right next to where i had to do the show so i woke up at four fifteen. I was there by like five o'clock. I was exhausted by eleven. Like i couldn't function by eleven o'clock you know so it's really tricky. I could not imagine having to do a television show after doing four hour morning radio twice as long as highly questionable like. It's not just a half hour. I don't know what that shows gonna look like. But i'm assuming it's his show and i'm assuming he's going to be responsible for an hour of content if he was talking so much on. I take that his wife is saying max. You're talking too much now. Matt's admits it like max admits that he can't have normal conversations anymore. Just torching everybody's eyebrows. Because the thing on i take distorted him so much and now doubled it so this is interesting in the morning zubin would just throw it to jay will or keyshawn and then zubin would take the ball back when they gave him the ball back. And what i've noticed is max is throwing out to keyshawn at j. wilbur. Max is taking the ball back when he wants the ball back at so it's going to be interesting to see because key shaun's got a massive ego. He does. I mean so. We'll see what happens but that's keyshawn show mcnutt mistake about it at least according to kisha. Isn't it sean show. I mean you don't think. Max thinks his name should be i while i think the show originally was keyshawn. J. will and zubin..
"lobo " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"She could say okay. Wait a minute this guy. Is this that whatever. I'm coming back. And i'm ready for you and low. Not going to be ready for logo will not be ready for it. He's used to fighting superman. He's used to fighting flash. He's used to fighting superpower level. He's gonna take one. Look at this thing and think Lunch and then he's going to he's going to have a whole other thing coming to them However i will say for the rules of who would win chance encounter neutral battlefield to the cards split decision and it goes to logo thank god. Wd this is incredible. Matthew hairs you are a national treasure by the way. i can't wait to see your net flicks special. I'm sure you're getting that contract soon. Don't feel good about it. I will tell you. I do not feel good about the. I actually have a six year old. And and this is it. This is i will say to your credit. Congratulations james. And and and ray to your condolences. This feels dirty much like reveals dirty. Here's the thing. I don't feel good about this. Either when this matchup was brought up. And ray i don't know if you remember this. Twilight sparkle needs an opponent. I'm like okay. How about redemption matches logo and he said great matchup. I'll take twilight sparkle's like wait. What the entire who would win. Production team says genius. Let's have ray who is not that guy represented twilight sparkle. I had that sinking feeling in my stomach like you know. I know what i have to do. Like i gotta take you know who into the back and kind of do you know what i mean. It is not a good feeling for me. But i had to be true to who would win and i had to bring it for low. By the way this was lobos redemption match. I had to get him a win. It was about time ray with all that being said. You did another fantastic job. Well done tell the audience. You're right now. I feel like i did enough to win this match. The fact that our esteemed judge matthew harris friend of the show said it was a split decision means that i think i accomplished most of the things i needed to accomplish. Lobo is a heck of a character to go up against quite honestly and i had a lot of concerns. I did feel like i. Presented more cases for twilight sparkle. Then you presented for logo. Who's basically like. I don't know he's just gonna hit her or something. I don't feel like you're really gave us a lot to work with at. I wish that matthew harris had the ability to sort through that. And i feel like you did a process matt and i can appreciate that back in high school. You were a debate champion but this eight high school anymore and you drop the ball today. And you let down every brownie in the universe. Shame on you sir shaming matthews at a split decision or is it now unanimous for lubbock. What's going on. Not you know what i will i will. I will stand on it. It's it's still a split decision but let me let me. Let me tell you this ray. All right to all the brownies of the of of the world here who you know what i'm ready you can ask me on this one. All right i will. I will take your comments. And i'm sure we will have. What is is very common on the internet Civil discourse but i i will say this ray what i was waiting for what i was hoping for and what i what i really was hoping to see was the application of the power of friendship..
"lobo " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"What a horrible cartoon that would be by the way. He's and beating superman number times in fact again already references global were fighting and superman local cottam with school bullying and punch him smashes head into the wall and soon as i just can't even deal with local speed and power in about to black out and he did these beaten the martian manhunter against someone who can phase through objects as powerful as you with a whole bunch more powers he knocked out zam and then just for the heck of it knocked him out and then grabbed him. Put him on the back with the chain of its space motorcycle and took them around. The planet is a victory lap because why not that's logo but what about pure magic based characters people who can project magic magic and what have you. So he fought a blood'll lusted za tanna. Now's the ten one of the extreme heavy hitters of magic within the dc universe so lobo took oliver spells and magical tax laughed them off and then beat her. That wasn't santana. Who's trying to be safe a logo..
"lobo " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"That's exactly twilight. Sparkle can defeat logo here. Let's just put that on the table. Additionally she has a lot of mental manipulation spells now lobo could not be like mind controlled or anything like that but she has a spell that hasn't been shown to be defended against called the wanted needed spell cool that means that she can basically put it object in front of somebody and then make it so that that object becomes the most important thing to them in the universe want it. I need it. So what could twilight sparkle to accept us that spell on lobo for any object that she finds in the battlefield because logo as james semantic principle. He sees something and he's very direct focused about getting it done if she cast wanted needed on logo and she teleported object away is going to leave the battlefield himself and go get that object additionally she has the power to turn people to stone and she combines the stone power with asleep ability as well. This is some final fantasy stuff right here. Yes lobos very very strong. If you try to put him into stasis field he gets very angry breaks himself out of it but he can't do that if he's been knocked to sleep sleeping characters can't get out of being turned into stone it's a double whammy that she's one to haymaker punching him that he's going to be at least out for two minutes you got to say. I have to believe logo is a heavy sleeper. She also has the ability to steal magic. I don't think mobil's do in a whole heck of a lot with magic but that weird power ring. The james said i don't know if he pulls it out and it's magical james said the green lantern rings are magical and i'm going to go with it for the purposes of this argument..
"lobo " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"I he has a gun that can destroy a planet with one shot. That never seems to run out of ammo. He has his chain and hook. That's his signature and chain and hook. It's disgusting it's gross. You know what you can do. You mentioned this before when he was fighting the flash. He's calculating how the flash is moving at super speed. He's gonna designates where he's going to be without that chain and hook and impales a flash through the head caught the flash moving at super speed as a flash was trying to do is attacked him. His chain and hook have held superman bay. Let's see pierce the skin of super powerful being superman as well and they can hold pretty much anyone captive. It is crazy. Remember that being the size of the sun. Admission before yeah. He's looking chain of pull that in. Don't know how that works tuned forcing. He's got his flying motorcycle now. Some people might say why is he going to have a vehicle. Remember ray you. Brantly brought up with their or his flying classified cherry sky cherry. That's that sounds better than flying platform that is part of the character. Lobo is also in meshed with his flying motorcycle. What he calls his space og kind of horrible. And this thing can move at light speed travel from dimension to dimension. No problem has planned destroying weapons on it super derval strong enough to resist the gravitation. Pull of a black hole and can be summoned by either local whistling or by a thought almost telepathically by lobo and only response logo totally also..
"lobo " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"He has a super genius. Iq he speaks over seventeen thousand languages because why not. He's in space. He's gotta talk to people. He's a master fighter. He can come up with battle. Plans and strategies instantly. He's also a master tactician to talk about. How smart he is. he wants. Create a gun out of trash and this trash gun was so powerful that it destroyed a planet with one shot and he did that within like a panel. We're actually page within one comic book. That's how smart he is when facing against supernatural creatures. There's one called deadman deadman's add up. They owned that person for dc comics. That goes in and possesses the person very powerful supernatural being of course what does Logo do he creates a ghostbusters. Type of containment unit in the form of a gun to capture deadpool. Dead man in dead man while in that gun is like what is happening. He had no idea how to get out. He's a he's never happened to me. This should never be happening. I can travel between dimensions. Low actually created a containment device in the form of gun to capture a dead man on the spot by the way logo is also super fast. How fast is he. He caught superman by surprise while in space a number of times he's so quick that during one soprano style beating he was giving. Superman had them in a headlock smash him in the face smashing sue. Brent's face into head into the wall Superman thought to himself admitted he couldn't keep up with lobo speed-wise ray. We're talking superman speed. Someone who can do something called the infinite mass punch..
"lobo " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Super rare super powerful called the ala corn. But we'll get into that even more a little bit later. She could fly. She can fly at supersonic speeds. In fact every time she goes to fly you can often hear a sonic boom going off in the background. Just because that's the level and that's the giddy up pardon the pun that you will find every single time that she gets out there and flies. She's also been known to soak energy blasts of very powerful opponents in a battle against sunset shimmer in a battle against the big bad of of one of the season's lord trek she was able to add jus able to soak a lot damage that she took. These are blessed that we're able to split the ground open around her and absolutely just devastate all the area she took it. She was okay couple last things. I want to talk about here size manipulation. She has the ability to magically alter her size depending on who she is fighting so one point might be made. The logo is very very big guy and the my little ponies are not necessarily known for being quite so large well when facing a character like logo. She does have the ability to scale herself up which increases her physical strength to face a larger character. She would do this whenever she has to face. Somebody is much bigger than herself. Like logo is now mental projection. The last thing. I want to talk about with her smarts is she has the ability using magic. Too much like doctor strange did in the infinity. Warren endgame saga. She has the ability to play out the encounter forward. If she has a little bit of time she could play out the encounter forward and figure out exactly what her moves will do to. What outcomes so she does have the power to figure out exactly how she can go about beating a character like lobo before the battle even takes place before the first blow is even struck. And if you have that sort of midnight or ability you have a pretty good chance to win any battle you're in and that's my point number one..
"lobo " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Was actually in character. Everyone's stopped and was just like i. I don't want to miss what's happening right here. Like we're watching magic being made. It is the most incredible episode great series. Check it out on youtube. Go to superhero. Diaries subscribe hit the notification bell. Watch all the episodes and tell me what you think with all that being said we have a superman kind of judge for tonight. I think in a way. It's very cool. Making their first appearance on the who had wind show. It's actor comedian extraordinaire. it's matthew harris matthew. Welcome to who would win. I'm so excited to be here. I i will add to actor. Comedian extraordinaire fan of. Who would win. Real i am i am. I am genuinely a fan of this show. And i couldn't be more honored to be here. Well the honors all ours as a comedian. By the way i gotta ask. What's the deal. How is everything been for you. With covert happening. Well you know. It's it's been a little weird i have done a few shows but i've done them zoom wise. I haven't gone out there in front of a crowd and zoom shows not great. They're exactly what you think they would be. And it's not even now. I'm not even talking into a microphone. I do them so it just feels kind of like. You're you're giving a lecture or or class or ted talk. Yeah talk here. Yeah come come here about a A guy in his forties..
"lobo " Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"When you have friends princess twilight sparkle can be found buried under a pile of books in the golden oak library trying to cram in a little last minute studying before the grand suare. It is then that a dark cloud thunders into the sky exhaustingly loud heavy metal music booms from the heavens and the presence of the bounty hunter lobo tears. Its way into this reality. Standing in the middle of pony ville logo bellows out all you ponies and other vestiges need to point me towards your leader or i'll murder rate every last living creature rob this planet's why lights sparkle. Here's the challenge lowers her head with determination. Nobody threatens her friends on her watch. C. rockets out the window and joins her enemy in the center of town. Ready to be the hero. equestrian needs. It's the princess of friendship versus the main man it's the equestrian versus zarni in its twilight sparkle versus lopo. Today on who would win and welcome to another episode of who would win. I show that completely ignores anything important happening. The world and instead focuses on a fictional battle between two characters from the worlds of comic book scifi and fantasy. I'm your host. James gadsden as always i'm joined by my co host raise the canes who would win fans. We have a key panel today. I'm not really sure what the words are they should be saying. You know. it's a battle. That only we the who would wouldn't show would have the audacity the gumption the inner fortitude to present to you today. I hope those are the right words in one corner. You've got lobo the main man from the dc universe possibly the best bounty hunter in all of comics verses seven..
"lobo " Discussed on Immigrants of Toronto
"You're listening to episode. Seventy five of the immigrants of toronto podcast. My guest today is dean from india. He moved here in two thousand eighteen dean. Welcome to the show. I asked her. Thank you so much for having me today. Greenwell welcome to the immigrants of toronto. Podcast aiming to open people's minds through real stories of immigration and now your host oscar saint eighteen. Thanks again for being here and very excited to to having this conversation with you. But why don't we get started with a brief introduction of yourself. Would you mind telling us a little bit about you. absolutely My name is dean louisville and my pronouns a he and him i am a communications and public relations professional and on the side and muslim musician and a self taught what gala does. Something i picked up. During the young i moved in two thousand eighteen from india and back in india. I had been working across media. Television radio brinton digital new. So i had about five years of experienced elected into canada. After coming hill. I pursued a bridging program fall internationally trained communications professionals and after that i worked very briefly with a television show that caters to newcomers again mandate finally landed a full time position in the nonprofit sector. So i am currently working as a communications specialist as the five nineteen that is canada's most prominent than should be t q to as community sentence was provided vessels vessel. Perfect is a great introduction like a great elevator. Pitch three on dean. Let let me ask you a little bit about so you move hearing twenty teen. How was your life before that like. Why did you decide to to carry out in alaska very honestly mall life back in india which is my country version I was really happy. That was nothing. Lacking i had family a professionally angrily well You know as a journalist. And i was just getting to do lot of good work covering some stories about some very important issues socially to ahead community especially the musician suckle So young there was really nothing lacking but in other something within me that wanted more. I wanted to see what life is like a distant country. Whatever would plank and coincidentally funny enough canada's netted on the guts. I had never been to. Canada immigrated here. But i don't know i'm was just somehow drawn to the fact that it is known to the country that's very welcoming skilled immigrants and just thought it would be a great place to move and make a difference with my Other physicians by skins and Which is why Toronto because it is really helpful. Communications in all things media you know besides vancouver that yet around just seem like the best place to get started until you already answer. My next question was when white toronto. But if you're uncertain one question dean anaheim intrigued about this because we were chatting a little bit about this before we started recording when you move q. u. mchugh as a permanent resident. And after that you decided to study a bridging program and the reason why. I'm trying i'm asking this question is because a lot of false including myself. We moved here as students. It was kind of a prerequisite to get the permanent residency. Your case already had it but you decided to study. I think my question is why did you decide. Do you already had the with a lot of fuss. Lutes think about it as the the big price which is arrested in residency. What did you decide to study. That is a really good question. You know Oscar just from the folks at had spoken to. When i was doing planning for canada of before coming a none of them such as yourself had had moved as students than they walk them. It with the way up But for me. It was very different. Because i got my bum and residency on the basis of my qualifications and the work. I was doing in india But that said. When i came here i wanted to diversify i was In my last job was working as a journalist. And i really wanted to diversify moore's communications professional If you want to speak about it colloquially jack-of-all-trades you're supposed to know how degree dried tripled edit a analytics. You name it on a communications person On these things The but that said. I didn't want to go to school. And you know pursue another master's degree just for the sake of it because they already had a master's in communications and it was from a university that sets recognized even out till so. I didn't want to just go back to school for the sake of it any for the sake of getting another degree. I really wanted to understand. What the communications media landscape look like in toronto in ontario and even canada who's to and I guess i found To a large extent those answers in the bridge tool Employment in media and communications program. It's abridging program that began in twenty eighteen I never knew existed again. Actually when i went to access employment full symbol resume writing workshop. Which most newcomers do they told me about. This goes on city. Noise created Needs and you might just want to try it. And that's how i enjoyed in it How is abrasion goes different. Unlike unacademic goes they. Don't teach you anything. Neil in domes of teary. You're not learning new concepts but what they really doing is the taking you as you all with your qualifications with your skills with your knowledge and trying to see how you could leverage that to make you job ready in the canadian market. They send merola. Communications can be pretty Nuanced so as to say because it's not driven by numbers it's not driven by you. Know a skill that that he can learn a not. It is sausage. Are you dealing with people. Endo you know you're writing reading and so forth so i would say On the vision coast was useful in many ways. Because it gave me a good understanding of the media landscape deal and It had me understand. You know where the future lies when it comes to and communications as street. So that's why. I decided to go see that 'cause north sir. I think it's it's great that you did Especially because as you said like sometimes we come here and it's something that i mean. A lot of people that i've talked to mentioned is like they come here. Maybe they have experienced at home a lot but transferring those skills to to new culture. Something like that. It might be challenging especially again as you said like. It's it's a lot of self skills that you need to learn. It's inning to learn that people communicate differently because of different society so the rules that we have are different than the ones that you had by canadian. Maybe the ones that i had in mexico. It's different so. I think the bridging programs are great. And we've talked about a couple of guests before and i cannot recommend them enough so i'm happy to hear that it's something that helped you absolutely dean one question you mentioned when you were introducing yourself you mentioned about the that you were able to get a job in your field on all that and that happened after the program you want to ask you. How long did it take you to to get a job in your field and also toys like. How are you liking it. You know what. I would be really honest in saying that. I i still struggled like most newcomers and most immigrants to find employment even after the bridging goes and understandably so because no no 'cause.
$25 Million Worth of Giant Clam Shells Seized in Philippines
"Busted in the Philippines. Philippine Coast Guard reports over 200 Tons of fossilized giant clam shells were seized Friday and Pollo on province for suspected poachers are under arrest. The giant clam or talk Lobo was it's known in the Philippines is considered an endangered species. There. The giant clam can reach as many as four ft across and weigh up to £400. The poaching suspects under arrest could get up to eight years behind bars and, oh, tens of thousands of dollars in fines if found guilty. My people, right
"lobo " Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Right. Everyone fervor friday here a had one life. Radio brought to you by casteran politics. We are live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk. And we have dr ruth and lobos with us. She is a lead veterinarian for america. Pet care the makers of our furry friday sponsor casteran politics organic and responsibly. Sourced food. Dr lobos is a practicing veterinarian. With more than fifteen years of experience in the pet food industry she loves sharing the power of pet nutrition with colleagues pet parents and france inter undergraduate studies. Dr ruth anne pursued an animal science degree and then she went on to receive a doctor of veterinarian. Medicine devi m from louisiana state university and became a certified canine rehabilitation therapists. She is an avid marathoner. Triathlete and proud mama to three active pups wrigley's a stella and finn. Their website is castor politics pet dot com always a pleasure. Dr ruth. ann lobos doing today. I am doing well on this friday. How are you. i'm i'm good. I've had. I've had a lot of sick pets in the last month. And so i may pick your brain a little bit here doctor. But we're continuing our topic the last time you were on which is pet positive resolutions. And so what. We didn't get to so to learn revisit. Your your knowledge of pet first aid vet costs. Keep it can you know can really get expensive. So can you give us some examples of first aid that we can do at home before rushing to that for instance if our pet is throwing up or or of our dog steps on glass or something sharp during a walk. What should we do. Yeah great question. And and not only you know. I think we'll have the other challenges to it's just actually simply getting into the veterinarian. Unfortunately these days because of the pandemic We all you know. It's kinda us all down and You know our veterinarians. We wanna make sure that we're doing things while we're taking care of our pets. That are also safe before our pet parents that are bringing them in and so a lot of veterinary clinics have gone to what's called concierge service and you're probably sounds like a little bit too familiar with that These days yeah where you know we basically just Take the pet and bring them in while That pet parented waiting in the car and the exam and different diagnostics tests are done in the clinic And so that that play slow down the process which sometimes can make it a little more challenging to get into the office Some of the things you know that. I think about it and i'll use one of my own dogs as an example is I had a chocolate lab named drake. And he is still my heart and soul even though now he's on the other side of the rainbow bridge gone and he He let him out in the morning and to you know to go and do business me comes back in. And you know he's like he's limping severely. And i immediately because i am a helicopter pet parent and i immediately go into this frenzy gossip break. A leg does he. He was you know he at the time he was about twelve. So i'm like does my gosh. He has to have cancer or something. Like go down. I went to the extreme. Well it turns out that. When i looked at him after. I kind of got my wits about me And actually look at his paws. He had just stepped on something out in the backyard and put a severe crack in his toenail. So all i needed to do actually and it was like a you know for us. A really bad hangnail. All i really needed to do was just kind of trim that little piece of his nail that had cracked off and bupe wa he was he was all better So i i think what's important to to really do you know in a situation like that if you're out for walking your pet starts limping To really do a close inspection. It sounds silly but like a close inspection of of his paws and his and his pads to see. If there's anything that stuck in there or or something minor like a little broken toenails could mean potentially taking care of at home You know from the from an upset stomach standpoint. We want to You know think about it. There are things they could have gotten into that could have caused the vomiting also making sure you know if their attitude or Energy level is is severely changed that we want to get them in sooner than later Rather than just waiting it out at home. Oh yeah. I mean you're making me think of so many things. I was at the veterinarian's office this morning. I've actually been there almost every morning for the last three weeks. Because i you heard the broadcast before. But i've had to sit cats and then my my cat not my cat. My dog's suzy. I finally had her mammary. Tumors removed I was apprehensive to do the surgery. I was so scared. Because i just love her. So much and kind of probably procrastinate a little bit which is something In retrospect you should never do you know. But she's doing great. And but my this morning. When i was at my pets office are my my veterinarian's office taking marie And they waiter. And i was thinking you know 'cause people don't think about this you know. They wait her when i brought her in. Just like when they way you when you go to the doctor's office because determining that per that whether it's a pet or a person it can tell you a lot for example in case in point with marie with having this liver distress that she's been dealing with is she's gained or lost weight which is really important because she's on a feeding tube right now right and so i just never thought of it like when you weigh a pet like. Why do they way the pet the minute you bring a in. But it's important isn't it. Yeah for sure Because we see our pets every day so often times you don't really notice either if they've gained a significant amount or even on the flip side of that loss to significant amount of weight. And you know that's another great A great point. Is you know most of us at home. Have a scale for themselves and depending on the size of of your pets. Oh you know getting on with them and then getting on without them and subtracting the difference can give you an a a at least a ballpark range If they have gained or lost weight and certainly rapid weight loss or rapid weight gain in a in a in a short period of time can be an indication that something more serious is going on for sure. Yeah well I've learned a lot. I've never had an animal with a feeding tube and so i'm well practice now. I could be like a feeding to nurse not a veterinary. Obviously but there's a lot to know. I've learned a lot and and she's doing better I'm happy to report. And so and you know i you know everybody out. There listening loves animals. They understand. I mean we love our pet so much and so it is important to take good care of them And have some pet positive resolutions. Right and so What about on this list. That we didn't get you was trying new activities with your pets. So what are some of the ideas that you have dr lobos. Yes so there are a lot of like ineffectually now when we're all home and it's like okay. What what can we do to entertain ourselves. And what can we do to entertain our pets and there are a lot of really great resources out there and a lot of funding that you can just do in and around your house one of the things that we've kind of started This year i also besides my four children. I have one two legged child. And we've done some things where we play hide and seek with 'cause you love. He's almost six but he loves to play hide and seek. We'll do that With the dogs and he'll go and into a closet and you know and and and call for the dog for fan my labrador. Who knows works nonstop and you know in fin will kind of run around the house looking in you know going to the different causes or faces in places to try to find him and and things like that so. That's you have to really fun thing. Did you one For the human entertainment side and then for your pets be able to use this. You know they're different skills and.
$5,000 reward offered for information about arson case at Miami nightclub
"Reward being offered for information that leads to an arrest in connection with an arson fire set at a nightclub in October of last year. The investigation into the fire the Lobo Jack nightclub is ongoing. Investigators hope a tip can crack the case. Is surveillance video of the fire being set at the club located on Northwest Seventh Street. Jeffrey Toobin,
National Native American Veterans Memorial opens in Washington, DC
"Opens today on the National Mall in Washington, D C. It's the Native American Veterans Memorial. Native Americans have served in the armed forces in high numbers for more than a century. This is the first memorial to honor that service. Here's NPR's Quil Lawrence. The memorial is simple. A steel circle elevated over carved stone drum. It sits in the shade of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Kevin Go over, is a member of the Pawnee Nation and the museum's director. It's an article of faith in Indian country that Native American serve at a greater rate than basically any other group. So we wish for this to be a sacred place, not just for Native America. But for all Americans. The opening ceremony went virtual because of the pandemic. But here are a few of the people go over hopes will one day attend and sanctify the site. My name is Marcel Grande La Bull. And I'm from the two kettle ban of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. You know? I'm 101 years old. No in 1940 for Marcela Lobo was a surgical nurse at an Army hospital during the battle of the Bulge Well, In December. I believe it was 1/16 of December. The Germans overtook the American soldiers. They wondered about putting in a hospital so close to the front lines, but they did. So we were there in leisure. And we had both funds night and day. At the time of the breaks through the growth of the bulge. Lobo says her own community always honored her military service. Now the memorial in Washington means the whole country conduce this same to be AH, thought like it was a great honor. My ancestors were warriors. I'm related to rein in the face who fought in the battle of the little big horn or greasy grass that they called it. My father was a Spanish American war veteran. My brother oldest brother was a veteran all down the line. But some native vets aren't as aware of their own family service. Yeah, my name is Colonel Wayne Don don has served 27 years in the army, including Bosnia and Afghanistan. You know, for a lot of years, I thought I was a first generation military person came to find out is both of my grandfather and uncles. And served in a territorial guard during World War two. That was an emotional discovery for dawn and a complicated one not just native Americans, but on the other minority groups, ultimately that they chose to serve to represent their people. And also to serve a country that this, you know, sometimes. Didn't have AH would've proved to be their best interests in mind, but they're still still did it, He says. Now that the country is wrestling with questions about racial justice, he hopes the memorial can play a part. Army vet Allan Ho feels the same. He's native Hawaiian saw combat in Vietnam. Then his two sons served after 9 11, his oldest son. Nine. No. Ho was killed in Iraq and he wass Credible young man. He was an officer, platoon leader, and he was killed in 25 in Mosul, Iraq. His younger brother's the staff sergeant. His name is Locke or And the meaning for a knock or is a warrior who is brave and courageous. Those are the stories of service and sacrifice. He wants Americans to hear it. The new memorial for native visitors, Ho wants it to be a validation and an inspiration. And then perhaps, who knows? Maybe some young Native son who experiences that memorial for this first time, we'll be in 50 years from now he'll be that the president of the United States who knows Quil Lawrence NPR news
South Carolina vs. LSU Football Preview
"Certainly one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the day tomorrow night in Baton Rouge between South Carolina and Lsu. Castaneda joining us from down there Quin. Thank you very very much. Appreciate the time, and it looks like a weather. Is An issue for what's going on down there right now? Well, just for the moment I'm across the street Tiger Stadium's to my left in their facility straight across the street I'm about to record up and advancer for tomorrow and had a little lightening. got. Dark severe winds and pouring but you can see the nicer weather up on the horizon. So things should be back to normal about ten minutes. We'll good because. That is a place that doesn't need Louisiana does not need any more bad weather. Quinn let's talk a little bit before we get to the game just about your job this year it's different I'm sure. A lot of zoom calls a lot of unusual situations caused by the pandemic. How would you describe the the obvious difference between this and every other year you've been on the sidelines for ESPN and ABC. Well, it's taken a lot of the fun out of it taken a lot of the things that I enjoyed get on campus to meet with the coaches to talk to the strength coaches just to get a vibe for how that team's doing and you learn so much whether it's Roman down the hallway and talking to a tight ends coach or bumping into a recruiting intern about video, they just paint so so that. Part of my investigation is is far less exciting. This year there's no social aspects in terms of our TV crew, our TV team so it's just zooms and when I'm on the road I'm the only one here are our broadcast crew will will broadcast this from Bristol. I'm the only one here. So I kind of treat this like I'm a spy, I don't touch anything I talked to strangers and I couldn't. quit. There's always a challenge on the sidelines especially. When there is weather but is it any or how different is it i? Guess I'm trying to ask dealing with the crew. Fifteen hundred miles away or maybe longer or farther right upstairs nothing you can see them but you at least know that they were seeing the same thing you're seeing. Yeah there's a little bit of a time delay in the audio so it can be anywhere from two seconds four seconds. So I've been on a crew with Jason Bonetti and Rod Gilmore. The last couple years Mike spent hot the whole game this year I've changed crews almost every week, and because we're doing it remotely. They can't have my mic on because we'd be talking over each other. So we do it old school and I'll talk to the producer I talked back and say, Hey, after the third down, play I wanNA talk about upon her coming out for hey, if they make a first down here I want to talk about how they're tight ends doing a great job so. Do it old school and go through the go through the producer in the in the remote truck. In order in order to get on air whereas in the past I could just talk and we were seamless. Clean on the sidelines I mean to say the least there are restrictions what are they and how much do you have to tiptoe around? It's really not bad. I mean we won I. Did a game not they actually made me call the game from the stands in the front row was good seat but I really couldn't get a feel for what was going on on the benches since then they've just widened appalled widen areas it's actually easier now because there's less hangers on, there's less alums, there's less NFL scouts until the sidelines are vacant and it makes my job a lot easier. I also feel pretty secure in that the players and coaches have all been tested recently as recently as Friday or Saturday morning. So I, feel good in that regard So it's actually almost easier less fans less crowds more space. Speaking of testing. How often do you have to be tested? we test once a week it's either an ad home test, and then you mail it in test results come back in about thirty six hours or it's an onsite tasks on a Thursday afternoon then you quarantine. And then Friday, they released you so so far knock on wood six for six negative tests. That would be Kinda. Nerve wracking you show up at a game and you have to sweat it out and you hope you don't get a a Nick Sabin positive. Let's talk about the game because. It's a really interesting game. Let's start with South Carolina just your. As I know you do gather as much information as you can you probably would like to. Be Able to gather more in person but. Your impressions of what you've seen to them and and what you expect. Well they beat Auburn as you know, and they got the three turnovers and converted those in touchdowns. My issue was South Carolina's they're operating an offense with very limited downfield wide receiver threats shy Smith is a natural slot receiver. Colin Hill is is working Mike, Lobos offense efficiently and their offensive line in running backs or carrying the day. Okay. That's with this team is I'm not sure they're ever going to be a high scoring team defensively they're really good corners who can shut you down they add to the box so. I think South Carolina given that Lsu has a freshman quarterback. I'm leaning towards them having some success defensively in this ball game. So I kinda like Carolina's ability to negate lsu with a freshman quarterback but Carolina's physical they're tough. They're not nothing flashy about him and I think big plays are hard for them I. Think they have to manufacture find ways to manufacturer big plays but I think this team is definitely moving in the right direction I. Think they've improved each week. And the other side of that you alluded to the quarterback situation team that has struggled mightily on defense quarterback play has been pretty good I. Know I know it's impossible to gauge because we don't really have a lot of information but. What have you what have you been able to learn about where they are right now? Yet, teach gets the start a freshman Ponchatoula high school. He's gigantic six, six, two, hundred and forty two pounds nets down from to sixty s a big toll righty and you watch his high school tapes just drops in the pocket and he conflict the ball and it goes forty yards without him even trying he seems like he's calm. He's Louisiana product of this dream for him the ADRENALIN will be running. Also expect to see, Max? Johnson. The son of NFL, quarterback Brad Johnson a lefty also tall but more of a dual threat and when you think about calling the game around a freshman quarterback making his first start, you know any kind of run game would be beneficial and to put the quarterback in successful positions. Early in the game, get him hit but but get a couple first downs give him some easy throws and I think that'll be on the mind of lsu going to be a little more conservative game plan I'd. Imagine. You know he's got targets downfield terrace Marshall their running game I thought was anemic Missouri game that was the most disappointing part of the game in my eyes Missouri was without three defensive tackles in that game and Lsu had no running game whatsoever good news for the Tigers to get Ed Ingram back at left guard. But this is an offense through the air with Miles Brennan that's been outstanding. But now you've got a new freshman quarterback. So expectations drop again, I'm seeing a little bit more of a lower scoring game here. In Clinton's you've seen them. The. Biggest used on defense. Would give. Horrible And coach today sentence embarrassing. Alignment. Very, often they're they're moving at a snap making checks that is when the coverage changes on the fly because of emotion because of formation change that has been a dismal day of given up big play after big play against Mississippi State, it was more catching and run the air raid defense was was atrocious quite honestly continued to play man defense got shredded by crossing patterns but I was at the Mizzou game and That game was defined by busts. I mean just blatant bus where I got him. No you got to I got you got him guys wide open touchdown in the running game. Their linebackers are not playing physical. They're not playing north not playing north. They're not getting to the line of scrimmage and engaging blockers to waiting for runners they're missing tackles remember the tyler beatty runs Missouri fiscally untouched broke attack Lens. Gone So. Those are the headlines here new quarterbacks for Lsu and a defense that has had no answers.
"lobo " Discussed on Fatherhood Friday’s
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Marcela Lobos | Finding Your Inner Garden | Guided Meditation
"Somewhere but to Mama Hush money faster gift. With a significant message for you. Message about this time of change. What is important for you to remember? Let's. Let the Gift Find You What is it? What is? Most important. How does it have meaning for you? Let Nature explain to you. Ask the rocks. Ask the plans or the win. Ask anything you do not understand. Speak to nature as Shamans do. Directly with heart. Trust, yourself. Trust mother Earth. Trust nature. Now say thank you. And say goodbye, take your name. Thank you Pattama. Until I return to my garden. My Inner Sacred Garden. Make your way to the stream of pure waters that feed the tree of life. Follow the same way. To return same way you came from. And turn the river. And ask to glide you up. With the current that flow upward. Unleaded clean. You pro anything that does not belong in the middle world. Take only. What Mama has given you? Behind anything. We should not take. A. Lead the waters Kerr you. Once again clean shoe from any heaviness. Be Purified. Be, anointed by the sacred waters. Until, you arrive again to the roots of the tree of life. Let the route take you in. With the water, feed it. Let the water. Carry you all the way. To the trunk of the tree. Through the layer of bedrock. Through the smaller pebbles. Stukeley. Until you arrive to the dark unfor-, title Earth. All, the way to the middle world. The level of the trunk of the tree. From within the tree say thank you. Until I. Visit you again. And step out crossing the bark. Like crossing a bail for the most ethereal to your body. modder from the mother. Your body resting under the shade. Deeply nourished. An wiggle your awareness. Keen to your body. So, you can fully incorporate. Inhale!
Marcela Lobos | Healing with the Medicine Wheel
"In all spiritual and meditation traditions maps provided for seekers for the journey, irs who are moving across the landscape of their soul. These maps can be found in secret texts, holy images, prayers and poems from saints, and Yogis who have traversed the rocky train of spiritual people and transformation. The maps point us in the direction of our own spiritual truths for tumors bathed in clarity, strength and empathy. I'm Matteo donal hosted they. Hey, how's meditations? PODCAST and I'm happy to welcome on today's show Marcel Lobos to discuss one of these ancient maps procedures like you and me and that map is the medicine wheel? Marcel has been initiated in the healing and spiritual traditions of the Amazon and the Andes. For many decades I spoke to her while I was visiting her retreat center in the mountains of Chile just before the pandemic his around the world. Martinez senior teacher, the four win society, and is married to its founder Dr L. Deauville do. On today, show Marcella speaks about her own healing journey, and how she's applied the ancient methods of healing found in the medicine wheel. She then takes us on a journey in the podcast around the four directions of the medicine wheel where we talk about the healing archetypes that we work with including the serpent, Jaguar hummingbird and condor. The result of the journey through the medicine wheel is to emerge a luminous warrior with clear discernment, an unbound energy to be of service to others. Let's get right to my conversation with Marcella. So. It's great to welcome Marcella logos onto the house meditation podcast today we're recording down here. In the amazing sort of Sacred Valley of in Los Lobos in Chile so welcome on the PODCAST Marcella tank, Kim materials and honor to be with you, and to be with all our listeners on very excited to share anything that can be of help. Today I have a feeling. It's going to be a good journey. Loved tourneys. Before. We Speak About meditation practice and your meditation practice in about this. Your unique as I understand it contemporary practice that derives out of Shamanism I just wanted to ask you about how your spiritual practice started in your life. I feel it started with being raised by parents that gave me a lot of space to daydream. My House My parents were atheist. So, nothing was imposed to me. Though I grew up in a Catholic Very Catholic county went to Catholic school, but my parents really understood my inner freedom, and they let me not go to. My religious classes day they gave me they spoke with the teachers and say they. Want to do it. They led me to really explore my own. Spirituality my own connection to nature to dreams, because since I was a little girl, had a lot of vivid, dreaming on my parents recognized that today they were really free spirited in that way, and I think that's foundation, and it was here that you grew up in Chile yes. I grew up in China and funny enough I did explore a lot of religious settings because. I didn't go to religious class I. Dig grew up among Catholics season so I ended up learning. Then my aunt, one of my aunts was one of the heads of the witnesses of Jehovah. Jehovah witnesses. Okay, thank you and so I learn a lot of The Bible stories with her. Though whenever I went to my grandmother, she would say no. No, my darling, she says telling you stories that. That people believe but really what happened the UFO's game and gave the tablets to Moses and everything. My. Grandma everything she. That her little sister. Explain to me from the Bible. My grandmother would turn it into a UFO story. And why was that with the UFO story? Sorry, because my grandma was said to rebel on her husband was a doctor and she wouldn't go to. Hospital or medical setting, she only took homeopathy. My best friend was Mormon. Say went to more among tour too many times. You haven't many different kinds of influences. Was More to be outside and if you will communing with nature, yeah, I, I had an early. On. Drive to to just lay on the grass and count the pedals of the grass, and trying to find for for lack and just spend a lot of time with not be known to tame, and whatsoever saw I learned to be with myself. And people nowadays feel like they have to entertain their children non stop and they they cannot stand seeing their kids who, in nothing by my mother also led me to be, and and wouldn't finance attention, so I got bored a lot of many times and I would think even depressed. Point. But that helped me. Be With myself a nobody rescue with nobody rescuing me.
'Apex Legends' season five adds a lot more than just a new character
"Legends season. Five stars today includes a new apex license character. Lobo who is seeking revenge against revenue for killing her family Map changes were parts of Kings Canyon. Such a school town have sunk and others have risen up the first ever season quest. The broken ghosts were seized players in search of nine pieces of a mysterious artifact as part of weekly
'Dark Towers' Chases Scandal-Ridden Institution Deutsche Bank
"David ensor joins us now. His new book is called Dark Towers. Deutsche Bank Donald Trump an epic tale of destruction it debuts this week at number two on the New York Times bestseller list and I also have to disclose that. David is my cousin in law and he eats all the pie Thanksgiving about his nonetheless. Welcome here on the PODCAST. Lobo I didn't know what you're going to get that person quickly. Yeah important. Why people to know Dave? Thanks for being here. That's revenue so we're not GonNa talk about that crime. We're GONNA talk about some other ones. This is a book about deutchebanks. Started off with reporting that you did beginning around two thousand fourteen. I was in London working at the time of the Wall Street Journal and I'd already been kind of obsessing about Deutsche Bank. Ps This is you know. One of the biggest banks in the world one of the most troubled institutions and involved is either at or near the center of just about every financial scandal under the Sun and then in January twenty fourteen one of the most senior executives at the bank and kind of the right hand man to the CEO at the time was found hanging in his apartment in lended. Who is he his name is? Bill Broke Smith and he was a guy who had worked at the bank on and off for almost twenty years and he had he was an expert in risk management in an expert in derivatives and he but more important he was the guy who turned to as kind of the ethical compass of the bank he was. He was known informally as the conscience of the place. He was someone who could say no. He was pretty conservative and he was not quite as hungry for short-term profits as most of his colleagues were and it's something that happened at the bank immediately precede his suicide and did he leave a suicide note like do. We know that this was tied to his work. Well I mean it's really hard and I think probably dangerous to try to make in light statement about why someone does something like this but he did leave a bunch of suicide notes including one to with his longtime colleague onto Jane who at the time was the CO CEO of the Bank. And so one thing that became clear over the years a report and I did and working to talk to his many friends and family members and former colleagues as I could was that. There's no doubt that at the time of his death. Deutsche Bank was very much on his mind in someone he knew his on his mind in a not in a good way he was very upset about some of the things that had transpired while he was there are before we get into some of the things that that he personally saw during the I guess the Early Twenty First Century you say that as of two thousand fourteen it was well established that Deutsche Bank was kind of troubled scandal-ridden institution I mean. How far does that date back? Well the bank is one hundred fifty years old this year. Happy Birthday Deutsche Bank and for the first several decades of its existence. This is just a pretty provincial. German and European lender helping big industrial companies like Siemens spread their wings internationally. But when the Nazis came to power in Germany in the thirties Deutsche Bank became a central part of their attempt to take over the world and this is not attempt to take the Nazi attempted takeover. Was that different from what other German banking institutions did. At the time Deutsche Bank was by far the biggest German bank. A lot of German companies to survive did what it took to arrive in that area which was helping the Nazis. But there's been an attempt by the bank and some historians I think in recent decades to kind of sanitize that basic fact by saying well. Everyone was doing it and that was just the way the world works and we can look back at this period now and say that Deutsche Bank was party to genocide. Wow most people who don't work in finance and don't report on finance look at these banks. They all kind of seem interchangeable and interchangeably bad. That every one of them or many of them have had one terrible scandal or another or many in recent years is a bank especially at I mean. Is there something about its culture? There are a lot of things that make it a specially bad. I mean first of all wallets true that just about every bank under the Sun has been attached to one or more financial scandals over the years. Don't you think really has been involved in a disproportionate number and it's faced disproportionate penalties. As a result of that you can look at that in terms of the number of criminal charges. The bank has faced around the world or the amount in fines that it's racked up the to me. The better measure of its destructive capacity is the havoc wreaked around the world. And you can really look in. Probably almost every continent of the world in see some major in pretty pretty bad scandal to the bank was involved with the cause real harm whether it's destroying companies or really messing up economies or being involved in major bribery or corruption scandals laundering money violating sanctions. Deutsche Bank is blamed by the families of some American soldiers for their deaths in Iraq because the bank was illegally funding Iranian terrorists. So you can say that about some things but you can't say about every bank that every single scandal comes right back to their doorstep in that unfortunately is the case. Allow the time with deutchebanks one of the things that differentiates Deutsche Bank for many other banks is that there is no villain at the top. They have no. Ceo Unlike many other banks is that part of the problem that there isn't one person who has held accountable. Well it actually used to be that way these days for the past fifteen years or so they have had a CEO. In fact you can trace the banks last series of problems going back to the mid two thousand to the decision to place increasing power in this unitary see It's gotten worse when they've had someone. Yeah although it got worse under Joe Ackerman who is the longtime CEO from two thousand to two thousand twelve. And he was the one who converted the organizational structure of the bank from being this kind of collaborative committee led approach to being one where there's an American style. Ceo At the top of the bank and Ackerman very shortly upon arriving as CEO of the bank made a very fateful decision which was that he decided that within a very short period of time a couple of years deutchebanks prophets needed to go up about five hundred percent and looking backwards. It doesn't seem that surprise and the consequences that followed that at the time. This marked a really transformational change within the bank. And it went from being an institution that looked around and kind of saw itself as serving multiple constituencies whether shareholders or customers employees or the communities. In which an operator and it went from doing that to having a single minded focus and obsession on maximising short-term profits basically consequences. Be Damned and when you talk about the recent crimes of DEUTCHEBANKS and we're not even getting to Donald Trump who is in your subtitle him later. Did most of those things manipulating markets helping terrorists regimes defrauding regulators. Did most of this take place during that two thousand and two to two thousand twelve period when he was the CEO will the got started. Then and that was Ackerman's decision to prioritize short-term profits above all else was the catalyst for all sorts of bad behavior within the bank and it wasn't just the people were rushing to make money at any cost and although they were doing that it was also that the bank at that moment because it was so obsessed with meeting quarterly profit targets. It stopped investing in things that cost money. For example they stop investing in technology. And so the banks internal computer systems became just this. Archaic jumbled mess and that sounds kind of technical and maybe not that important but the reality is immense that Deutsche Bank. If you if you were asked to say Deutsche Bank what how much money have you lent to say Russia? There's no easy way to answer that you can just type it into a computer. None of these computer systems are talking to each other. And that's a pretty scary thing for bank. And they also completely failed to invest in compliance an anti money laundering staff. And because those are things that cost money they're not going to produce revenue and in fact they they do the opposite prison revenue. They take away revenue as their job. If they're doing it properly is to say no to potentially problematic and potentially very lucrative transactions this focus on quarterly profits and profit above all else. Is that very different from what other banks were doing. During this period Deutsche Bank went from
Trump says virus under control in U.S. as lawmakers question preparedness
"President trump is trying to minimize fears about corona virus spreading through the U. S. even as lawmakers voice concerns about whether the nation is ready very well under control in our country at a news conference in India the president said very few Americans have the virus hours later on Capitol Hill health and Human Services secretary Alex aides are said more we'll get it we cannot her medically seal off the United States to enormous aides are defended the administration's response so far added subversion see request for two and a half a billion dollars to get ready for a potential outbreak Republican senator Richard Shelby was among those from both parties questioning whether that's enough warning us spreading virus could become an existential threat if you Lobo something like this you pay for it later Sagarin agony Washington
Roger Stone's lawyers request new trial
"At this point and I think don Stenberg can certainly answer question better than me but I can't see her vacating the conviction because she seems to have a personal animus towards Roger I could see an appellate court maybe vacation the conviction and giving giving Roger a new trial yet so they go back to court do they have to go back to this judge you can they take it up to the about what what so my understanding of the next step is judge Jackson will rule on whether or not they'll be a new trial yeah then assuming she says no then Rogers attorneys can go to the appellate the appellate court and the appellate division can make a day when you're the fact you think that the president will wait that long we'll be just pardon Rajasthan I think he will wait actually I I didn't think I said so yesterday that I didn't think al was right when he predicted apartment has a sometimes you have space sports scores now we do we value to it you too where it got there we value to it no I was putting together a story from my bottom of the hour news cast that you might want to listen to the there may not on fake news I can make it I mean I don't want to make it up how's that I'd like to have the facts goads okay so the president didn't pardon my was wrong I took a guess the room number of people yesterday there was saying the president would pardon Roger store right after but if he's not in a way out yeah laid out and let's be fair and that's what we would like to make reelected that's what presidents should do yeah you know what's killing me why why are they trying in in in in DC what has that they should take these federal trials and put them in well you know don was at thirty Jan don Stenberg coming up at thirty general Nebraska put in Nebraska and Iowa put it anywhere but in DC New York or California worried it's very slow I mean if if get New Yorker California's where the supposed crimes were committed that's where the trial it should be but it's too yeah you know Jim should be held but these were these were incredibly unique circumstances here yeah yeah and and and the crime the cortical crime it's not like it was you know it's at don right there in DC was just more like international stages I mean it's it's a joke the she the judge I don't know why I bother writing a letter and I I I I really do a letter for me memory is a little funny you have the letter you want to write is not what they they it was it was not what his lawyers wanted to include right you want to comment mostly on the investigation and I included that my letter and they had me edit that out yeah really so I I I and we supposed to say so good it was of the good way right right right which I did but they had me cut out all the stuff about who am I said my letter is you know that to sentence Roger to prison time and they this is what they ended up coming out to the judge didn't see this but what was sensing Roger prison time it's send such a poor message to every prosecutor in the country because all it says is well if you're gonna send someone to prison for these process crimes all it says it to the prosecutor is find anyone that you want to put in prison and investigate them long enough and eventually they'll do something illegal right and I talked about the supposed victim in this case Randy Quetico and his obsession with Roger stone as long as I've known Randy which is at least ten years and I said this also sends a poor message to every mentally ill and her an alcoholic or drug addict out there who's obsessed with a high profile person because all it says is eventually you can get a prosecutor to take your bizarre claims seriously and they didn't want me to put that in there because ready also wrote a letter asking for prison time but I don't know why I bother because the judge basically said when she went through all the nice things that I and others said about Roger she said she wasn't taking that any of that into account so why not tell us that before we spent on ready every man what's going on I'm telling you seven fifteen with Joe Piscopo on the radio talking about that Roger stone case we will be full of following that I wanted to make sure I I mention this because to have Donald Trump the president of the United States speak at the at this a graduation ceremony for a program that helps former inmates reenter society and what was that called the name of it was called the it was a re entry what was in his London so they don't give them credit with the president praised bipartisan congressional passage of the criminal justice reform bill twenty eighteen he argued that the productive Lobo abiding former inmates will not be left behind and he had that such a crowd if you listen to that I I listen to them on the way and he was it was great it was fun he said you can't trust juries anyway not Benny went on it as a whole I read about Roger stone and it was great in my mind though at my age what I was thinking what I want to talk to the president about he's going to speak when speak last night was it was it not a Vegas he would not with eve I think Vegas is today it's Vegas today I was in the intifada the Colorado springs Colorado that was March I'm saying we got I don't think it point out that although I looked at Las Vegas is in Nevada but the other day so I'm I'm I'm I'm listening to this on the radio something in the president's in Vegas anything did prisoners who have been out who have done their time and they want to get back into society and say wow this is a Republican man this is bipartisan man this is big news about you not hear about today I'm probably the only ones chatting about you know but they did take that box carried it live and I'm listening to it it was great that's what I'm thinking because I'm old but I'm thinking like he's cutting who speak it for like ten thousand people and more in Colorado springs and he was very funny yes I've watched some because well I think his review of Mike Bloomberg's debate performance was
Lo Bosworth: From Reality Star to CEO of Love Wellness
"Today. Lobos worth joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the founder and CEO of Love Wellness. A Body Care Company. That's changing the conversation about self care for women. You may know her name from her time on reality TV shows including the hills and Laguna beach which we all watch. I certainly did but in the past decade low has also made a name for herself as an entrepreneur and a businesswoman. So we are very excited to have you with us. Welcome to skimmed from the couch. Thanks for having me you guys. We're going to start how he start all interviews with just give me a resume for us so for the past four years. I've been the founder and CEO of Love Wellness and two point. We make clean personal care products for women And we also create a lot of really empowering education for women About their bodies so that they know how to take care of their bodies better before that I was really heavily involved in the content creation space and I created a ton of wellness and food content. Just before that. I was actually a student at the French Culinary Institute right injury and we're going to talk about God. It was so good it had always been my dream to go to culinary school. I love cooking. I do love cooking and so a lot of content at the time was sort of centered on wellness nutrition and food before that I was a partner in a different tech startup that failed spectacularly. It was called revelry is irony really this yes so this was like twenty twelve which is when we started. Yeah yeah since you the scam. I remember twenty twelve and we had this idea that we wanted to put cute party supplies all too hard partying a box like a curated experience and it turns out that it's really hard to put thirty different products from different manufacturers into a box and ship it at a cost effective price. The boxes were enormous. I wanted to pivot. But my co-founder didn't anyway didn't workout. Before that I wrote a book that's when I was living in L. A. Still and then before that I was on the hills before that I was at Ucla. And before that I was on Laguna beach before that I was in high school. So that's it so when something that is not on your wikipedia linked in bio that. Maybe we didn't see on TV either that we should know about you. We actually just updated my wikipedia like two weeks ago because Rizzi are publicists was like have you ever updated your wikipedia like no. That sounds like a horrible thing to do for yourself. Right to go on your wikipedia read through it and then be like this is the crazy. I don't WanNa pull up. The old version was pretty cringe worthy. It like went into episode detail on my. How is this relevant off? Wow so when you google then so what do you think is something that is deeply misunderstood about you? I think for me and I have just started to talk to people about this with love wellness. I haven't really done too many interviews or spoken about this company at great length yet and I think for me sort of coming to terms with the transition between being somebody who was on television. And when you're on reality. Tv definitely put into a certain box right. And then if you are an influence or you're put into a certain box and so how do I sort of bridge the gap between living in that space and being taken seriously as an entrepreneur and the founder of business? That's doing really really well. So how do I reconcile that? And how do people that know me from a distance? Reconcile that so. I think that that's something that we sort of talk about often. And I think part of why I'm out doing interviews because I've been working so hard on this for the past four years and we we really feel like we're making a difference and so why wouldn't I want to share that story but it's definitely something that I feel like. I have to still overcome. You know what I mean. Yeah I think that makes sense. So let's get into that a little bit more because we want to talk about your journey from when people started to get to know you to obviously what you are doing today. I love wellness so to start out. I mean as you said you were a high school student and then everything else happened you everything change which is when I think back if someone had filmed my high school experience I would die. Yeah what was it like shoo? Be Not even a young adult like a k. The kid child Yes how old are you when you started well so it was my junior year when MTV I came to Laguna and they were interested in doing something and at that point we were a little unclear on what that was and then I believe if memory serves correct it was like the summer before senior year or senior year that they recorded that first season of Laguna beach and the show premiered my very first week that I was a college student and it was traumatic. It was right within Perez Hilton. Was starting to hop off and all of those blogs if you recall And all of a sudden we were on this show that had instant overnight success and social media didn't exist back then you know. They live because God but facebook was in its first European facebook. And so you know you're a kid you're on this show. You don't have any way to communicate with people in the way that you do now and so people got to know us as we were portrayed on television and yes we were children right and so we tried to do our best to not look stupid so obviously as a kid you look stupid. They were also trying to make you again. That was the of course point of reality. Tv is to make its nonsensically latest story. Yeah I know so as kids you know you have to get parental permission to be able to film. How did you convince your parents let you do this? My mom was not about it but my dad was like this is cool. What do you think like you were going to get out of it? My Dad is a really smart guy and I think from a career Opportunity Perspective. He sought from the very beginning. He was like you could really do something with this. And for years after the fact when people would come up to me in public. I would pretend that I wasn't me because I was so embarrassed. And he was like Lauren. You just have to own this. Why are you so reluctant to just own what you have done and try to use it to your advantage and your dad was saying. I think you could really do something with this. Who What did you think you were going to be when you grow up? Like what was what did he think this could be a platform to do. I wanted to be a doctor actually. I wanted to be a dermatologist or plastic surgeon and I love biology. I think medicine is so fascinating but I'm not great at math and so when I was at school I actually was like sort of on the pre med track but couldn't get through those terrifically difficult math classes. Which is disappointing. But I think it lends itself to my interest in in wellness and health and in general. So it's definitely still a passion of mine. All of that information is really sticky and my brain. It's the stuff that I think about all day long and I really care about. But it's when you get cast on television show and it changes your life sort of derails any plans that you had before looking back at the attention that all of you guys got and now looking at how many people are young in either college or their careers and are blasting themselves all over social media and sometimes that can be a good brand building decisions and sometimes you go into a job interview and I definitely look up of course their profile. And it's not Weiss. What advice do you have for people who are thinking about how to present themselves? I would just say to exercise caution more than anything else. I'm somebody that doesn't go onto instagram. It like wrestling with me to get me to post something on instagram. I don't WanNa do it? It's like when you have five dollars in your bank account. You don't WanNa look in your bank account so I have a very different relationship with social media than I think. A lot of people do of course when you post something and you get likes. It feels good like that experience. I don't think is different for anybody. But for me I think just because of the experience of being on a reality show and feeling so judged for doing something like that and feel like I always had so much more to offer. I'm always a little bit hesitant to put anything out into the universe from an emotional experience that something that you know. I'm still working through. Are you looking back that you agreed to do the show? Yeah it's really not in my personality do stuff like this. I never wanted to be somebody who was like unknown person. You know what I mean. It just sort of happened when Laguna Beach I started. We didn't even know what the show is going to be. We thought it was like you remember that. Show true life we do. We kinda thought it was gonNA be like that. Just a documentary style. Look at kids that lived in this part of the country and then we go away and it didn't go away did not never been away. And so it's just been me trying to figure out how to be satisfied with my life knowing that it'll never go away so obviously we're gonNA reach became. The hills became such a part of the Zeitgeist for this age group. And you're right hasn't gone away and we heard it is weird and the fact that you're like weird. It's really weird. Like I feel like I know you hear you had to develop your career and and essentially your public persona. Yeah after the show. Yeah walk us through your mental state. At this moment you're early. Twenty s at this point yes Early twenties so I guess it would have been like thousand ten right Thousand Eleven. Yes so blogs were just becoming a thing and they were like. It was still really early days on me. Song didn't exist yet. There is that one girl on Youtube. Who do the lady Gaga makeup videos? Michelle fan is like the only person who is influencing the time and so. I know that that age is all of us. Whatever I think for me. I've always loved writing. I've always loved expressing myself creatively and so I started to write. I had my own website for a period of time and just started to create content and actually had some kids that I went to Ucla with like writing articles. Moore's writing articles about stuff and from there. I wrote a book but truly I had no clue what I was doing at that point. I I suppose I didn't realize that what I was doing was actually laying the foundation for my future in terms of content creation. But at that point nobody could monetize their content. And so if you were doing it you're just doing it because you enjoyed it and I want to drill down on kind of what your motivations are at this point. Because was it this thing that I signed up for in highschool took on a life of its own and I now need to make money to a degree. It was about making money but remember at the time. Nobody who's blogging was earning any money. I couldn't see the clear Pathak. I think for me I wanted to have my own voice okay. I think that's what it was about right. I wanted to have some kind of platform where I could express myself and try to get outside of you know the space that I had been in for the past few years and I think that originally that was sort of the
The End of UConn's Dominance?
"China Robinson is a women's basketball analyst at ESPN and the host of the around. The Rim podcast. Tonight we've got uconn women's basketball ascot ball versus Tennessee to traditional powerhouse rivals. Though hasn't been that case for a while now and for you on in particular. I think it's been an interesting year. If you haven't been paying attention to Uconn over the last few years you might assume that they're just gonNA blow them out like they blow out everyone but that hasn't been the case recently. No no it has not and in case. You're checking the trophy case. There has not been a national championship. Kinship Trophy in stores over the last three years which is reason to panic honestly Meena. It's all relative to Connecticut. Success asked him they have eleven national championship so the standard is always going to be national championship or bust. It is a story line for sure because we used to be able to just check the box pencil in Connecticut. Moving right along but has more gray hair right now than I used to. Seeing this group Pez definitely tested the boundaries of what we know to be uconn success and so it should be an interesting game Tennessee mm-hmm so they're still very good. They're just not worldbeaters the way they used to be. I mean there's there's sixty one and they have not how lost to an unranked team since two thousand twelve so like our expectations are almost like it's really kind of ridiculous Gino's talked about it for sixteen and one. What do I have to answer why? We're not waiting for why we missed so many shots or why we turn the ball or why I like what I thought the object was to win the game. These right like the goal is to win we're used to seeing Yukon be Yukon like b-teams by fifty. Not some of the questions that were asking about their program. You should write because there is a kind of fall from grace. They haven't made it past the final four in the last three years after winning four straight national championships but to say that Connecticut is not a good team and some of the other things. We've heard out here. That's just to me a little bit of a stretch. I think you make a good point which I know. which is it's? It's more about the standard the expectation and that this program set as recently as the twenty sixteen season they went thirty eight zero but it was after that as you point out when they started to slip a little bit. When did that I begin? The recent slippage to me has everything to do with the graduation of Rian Stuart. Poynter the Rian Stewart is a player like we have never seen in college basketball. He's most outstanding player of the final four four years years in a row. When you look at Connecticut success it's been connected to great players like Brianna Stewart won four of those eleven championship? It brings back in two thousand thirteen. Diana went three for you. GotTa try more with two seven. It has won the national championship. Dino said it himself he once said hey we have Diana to Rasi and you don't now is the difference between them in the rest of the country and or time. That was everything and that to me has been a key to their dominance is having that Maya Moore bringing a Stewart Dinas Rasi easy when so the conversation even if you go way way back and look at the history of Tennessee in Connecticut. For example that then women's College basketball did not have have the depth of talent in my opinion that there is now so it was like if you didn't get should be Coleslaw. Good luck if you didn't get Rebecca Lobo Good luck so so what we're seeing now is not just about what you con- is not but that other programs are competing recruiting Asia Wilson. WHO's the number one overall a player coming out of high school goes to South Carolina or Haley Jones? The number one overall recruit goes to Stanford then the conversation starts to change so now there is more good players and as you're saying they're more spread out across programs. Do you think any of them chose not to go to uconn because of you know the competition in a successor. Do you think it was just the product of other programs grams. Making good cells to them. First of all Gino's not for everybody when I watch game film. I'm checking what's going on the bench. Somebody's asleep over there. Somebody doesn't care hear. Somebody's not engaged in the game. They will never get into ever and they know that I'm not kidding. You know. I mean his his coaching shing style. The expectations everyone is not cut out for that. Think about Elena de Leon who actually went to Connecticut and that no thanks and
The Real Edge of the World
"Today the edge of the world. We'll call it lands lands end for this story. It's located at thirty seven point seven seven three nine latitude. One twenty two point two five degrees longitude. It's positioned in both the north and Western Hemisphere. Hint here is located in the western region of the United States bordered by the state of Oregon Data Arizona the country of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. Give up the state is California. The edge of the world or lands end is a rocky and windswept shoreline at the mouth of the Golden Gate. The northwest corner of San Francisco long before Europeans arrived arrived in North America. The Aloni tribe lived at lands end in seasonal settlements. Here that the ocean's edge. They found everything they needed. Hillside Springs brings gushing with freshwater trees brush for shelters and easy access to the shore where they fished and hunted for Otters Sea Lions seabirds the Spanish settlement of San Francisco which began in seventeen seventy six ended the Aloni traditional life at lands end under Mexican rule this rugged luggage section of coastline was part of a large land. Grant called Rancho After California joined the US the only visitors to this secluded in inaccessible area were naturalists. Who braved the long journey out to the coastline to observe marine life after the gold. Rush San Francisco's population exploded. And the downtown became very crowded with new buildings and neighborhoods real estate developers. Lucky for new you ways to make money saw what is now called land's end and is unparalleled beauty and excellent place for a new restaurant. Overlook entrepreneur designed the new cliff house as a fashionable resort for the wealthy and encouraged San Franciscans to travel out to the city's edge to help people get to this far off place. A private company constructed a brand new road called point Lobos Avenue making travel to this picturesque rural place. Much easier by the eighteen sixties. A horse drawn stagecoach made the trip every day. Sunday from crowded. Downtown San San Francisco out to lance end during the eighteen eighties. Millionaire Adolph Sutro. Purchased property at lands and dramatically. Dramatically transformed the area into a popular seaside destination. Sutro strongly believed that. All San Francisco's rich or poor should take advantage manage of lance ends beauty to provide inexpensive transportation. He constructed a passenger steam train from downtown San Francisco. To Land's end for the affordable fare of five cents shooter designed and funded the elegant sutro Heights public gardens the famous sutro baths in the eighteen. Ninety six this clip house which replaced the original building after it burned but it says if spirit protects lands and cliff house burned to the ground three times times once was all it took to destroy the world famous sutro baths they burned in nineteen sixty condos or were under construction on the same side also burned today people visit lands and are never seen again the number of suicides climbs every year the National Park Service has rebuilt the cliff cliff house but sadly there is nothing left of the sutro baths. Still Ruins are worth a visit. The tunnels were used to direct ocean. Water to the three indoor. The pools are still intact and said to be visited by a bee's that crawls from the water and into the tunnel for shelter during storms. And it suggested that you visit the remains of sutro baths or the tunnels during the day. Because it said that the local Satanic Church wanders the ground by night and now you know were the original edge of the world or lands end.
Joey Logano finds a ‘challenging’ Next Gen car in Phoenix test
"Nine races in the season. Only Toyota's from Joe Gibbs racing and Ford's from team penske had scored race victories and Ford in one the previous seven Seven Cup series races at Nascar's next stop Talladega superspeedway at the end of stage. One time dealing chevy was out front and Chase Elliott drove his Camaro to the win in stage. Two but with six laps remaining joy lagaras Ford Mustang lead the field travel air. Justin hailing attack by Bruins Lugano led on the restart with Ford ago but by the time they reached turn forty uh-huh Chase Elliott battle for the lead is on Donald could block a ball. He tried to block. Kurt Busch that work but he couldn't block Zell. If that didn't work pit here comes Elliot to the lead. In Talladega. Chase was out front on the white flag lap. Lan turn number two now. They're spinning in the back of the Fowler. The David Ragan Korean patrol. Here's the race to the top of the Eric l the Lobos Chase Elliott knocking down the inside as they work their way off Warne. Money Lion Caution flag goes in the air. We'll wait and see. It is GONNA do here. Yellow black checkered flag in the air. Looks like Chase Elliott is GonNa win the Geiko five hundred NASCAR NASCAR ruled the chase. Elliott was the leader when the caution came out and he won the race down to the end and opportunity and to move forward and and took it over automaking work
The Deadly Fight To Protect Brazil's Amazon
"For Brazilians working to preserve the Amazon rainforest how far they'd go to combat climate change is a serious question deforestation is up sharply in part because of the surge in fires this year many of those fires are set by criminal groups stealing land as NPR's Philip Reeve's reports Brazil protecting the forest often falls too courageous individuals willing to risk their lives people of the rainforest holding a meeting in women and children and shorts and flip flops a sitting inside a wooden pavilion clearing among the trees they're here to talk about routine forest stuff jumbles about the timetable of the ferry on the nearby they discussed who's going to use the communal tractor the relaxed mood is deceptive. Shuo proposer as president of the residents association that called this meeting ethical when you get more details bother Barbosa people here actually deeply worried we're in the Amazon's western part in the Brazilian state of actually people around here are mostly subsistence farmers and rubber tappers who rely on the forest for their livelihoods words just reached them that their neighbors a few miles away are illegally setting fires to clear land for cattle a major issue for that's disturbing setback especially for activists who risked their lives defending forest but Boza is fifty five he's been an environmental activist here all his adult life years ago one of his fellow activists was shot dead by legal ranches now as forestation surges bubble believes people protecting the forest face a growing threat he's not alone I think it's become significantly more date interest. Daniel Wilkinson directs the Environmental Rights Program at Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch has been investigating the deadly tactics the organizations in the Amazon News against those who stand in their way Brazil's far-right President Shaya boatswain auto wants to exploit the forests comic potential and is often accused of cheering on these criminal groups Wilkinson says the problem started long before Bolsonaro took office but ads what's new is that Brazil has a president who is openly hostile to the Brazilians who are trying to protect your forest including the government's own Inbar agencies killings in conflicts over Amazon Land and resources a common in Brazil Brazil's pastoral Van Commission which tracks these says the been more than three hundred in the last decade only fourteen cases went to trial says Wilkinson when people get killed in this part of the Amazon lers are almost never brought to justice the police blamed the fact that communities where killings happen often are remote but in fact even when killings happened in town they released any serious investigation these criminal groups often have connections in high places and plenty of weapons activists and also environment enforcement officials who dared to challenge them can expect their lives to be turned upside down the Soda Community How just ask Yoshiko logo ratty Saddam Lobos thirty seven and an indigenous Brazilian he lives deep in the rainforest inefficient community in the state of Para last logo launched a campaign to stop illegal loggers and miners invading his communities land he put handmade signs on trees pointing out their lands protected by law and telling landgrabbers to keep out it wasn't long before we started getting death threats his mind boss Katha Pinta Mata logos some loggers and miners decided to kill him and set up an ambush he escaped because he received a last minute tip off the Lobos now enrolled in a zillion government protection program for rights activists some the threat although he says it only provides limited security mostly in Kohl's and police escorts when he travels in the same program is this man never dodger decision running against I wouldn't wish this life on anyone there's a lot of suffering that's Danielle Pereira an environmental activists also he and his wife took on logos and a work one day to find to freshly dug graves outside that they spent the last six months at a secret address in Brazil's capital Acilia and have no idea when they return to the forest even in the big city they don't feel safe as a spur Sochi a residential some groups people who are against US belong to organized groups they are rich criminals who have the money to go wherever they like the emotional toll of living at constant risk is huge says Seo logo is squeaky he says he will it's public places and has stopped hanging out with Francis you're aware that you could be killed at any moment he says we don't know who to trust Lobos considered giving up his campaign to protect the forest on which is community depends question do I do. He's decided to carry on because he says in his heart he knows is sue you prefer to name. York was doing the right thing.
What Is the Humboldt Ocean Current?
"Today's episode is brought to you by gravity blankets. They make weighted blankets these blankets that contain fine grade glass. Beads to weigh them down when you curl up under one it's supposed to simulate the feeling of being gently held her hugged. They sent me want to try out. And I genuinely love this thing it is so comforting and relaxing. It puts me in the mood to sleep right away. The microphone duvet cover is incredibly soft, and has these ingenious little internal clasps to keep it in place if you'd like to try a gravity blanket for yourself. Let them know that we sent you and get fifteen percent off your order by entering the code brain stuff at checkout. It's one word. That's gravity. Blankets dot com. Promo code brain stuff. Welcome to brain stuff. A production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here in December eighteen o two small sailing. Ship called the casino set sail from Peru northward along the South American coastline toward Gua quill in present-day Ecuador, a trip of about seven hundred miles or about one thousand one hundred kilometers one of the ship's. Passengers was thirty three year old Prussian aristocrat Alexander von Humboldt. A mining engineer by training Humboldt had an insatiable curiosity about nature that led him to roam the planet studying plants and animals as well as phenomena ranging from magnetic rocks to river systems in ocean currents fresh from studying the value of bat guano as minority because y'all humble used the sailing trip to investigate a powerful cold current that flowed from the tip of Chile to northern Peru ranging from just offshore to about six hundred miles off the coast. That's just under a thousand kilometers the current existence had been known for centuries to sailors and fishermen, but no scientists had ever systematically studied the flow Humboldt carefully measured the water temperature. The speed and continued on his journey, which eventually would lead him to Mexico. Humbles work was the beginning of scientific understanding of what's now known as the Humboldt current or the Peru current the current helps hold warm moist air off the coast keeping the climate cool. It also pulls plankton rich water from deep in the Pacific to the surface. Feeding a vast number and variety efficient birds and creating the richest marine ecosystem on the planet. It's fishing grounds. Provide about six percent of the world's catch and the Humboldt Kerns nutrients support the marine food chain of the Galapagos islands and influence its climate as well, it has helped make possible the archipelago's incredible bio-diversity in that sense. The Humboldt current also helped shape the development of evolutionary theory, the Galapagos provided the living laboratory for another nineteenth century scientist, Charles Darwin, who's paradigm shift and work on the origin of the species was published in eighteen fifty nine the year of humbled death. Darwin himself was inspired by the work of Humboldt who might be the most important scientists that we don't care much about the early to mid eighteen hundreds though, he might have been the most renowned researcher on the planet. I'm what was the first to investigate the relationship between mean temperature in elevating and came up with the concept of maps with isotherm aligns the delineate areas with the same temperature at a given time he did important early work on the origin of tropical storms. Most importantly Humboldt altered the way that scientists see the natural world by finding interconnections. This scientists invented the concept of a web of life. What he called this great chain of causes and effects some consider him to be the first to college issed. He was a head of the curve on understanding environmental problems such as deforestation and its effect upon climate, which he I observed around lake Lancia in Venezuela back in eighteen hundred Humboldt was also predecessor to Albert Einstein as a scientist with a strong interest in social Justice. He was a critic of colonialism and supported revolution. Mary movements in South America. And also criticized the US a country, he otherwise admired for its institution of slavery. We spoke by Email with Aaron Sachs history, professor at Cornell University and author of the Humboldt current nineteenth century exploration. And the roots of American environmentalism he thinks that rather than focusing on humbled scientific discoveries. It's more important to look the insights and approaches to the work that we're based upon his research and observations he said to me his version of ecology was significant not just because he stressed interconnection. But because he combined it with a social and ethical perspective. The fact of interconnection had certain implications with regard to human responsibilities toward each other and the environment. It was a cosmopolitan open minded ecology. Today's episode was written by Patrick j tiger and participate. Tyler claim brain stuff is production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other interconnected, topics? Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. In for more podcast, my heart radio, I heart radio app, apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi there. It's me Josh Clark. And if you love the beautiful musical score that point Lobo created for the end of the world of Josh Clark. Then you can rejoice. 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"Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo de originals the original twilight zone. I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod Serling his stuff was so sharp as he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't all horror flicks. No all all imagination. That was really what the toilet. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery theatre? Remember that one got presents was good too. Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alvin teacher was great too. And he. He was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just started putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about science fiction theatre remember that science, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone, it will be home and they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm what do you think of that show? Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had to choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember as a child the original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes who'd have the ghost viewer. If you look into their I believe if you looked in the red one it meant you believed in ghosts. And we're looking in the blue lens it meant that. You didn't believe goes something like that? But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion. Finally did his head off and. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary click. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him. The move. Right. You don't want to watch that up with the land in the bad. Like they want to see the ghost. That's what I want to know. I was just I would wonder who would want to watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the goes, I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghost. Well, yeah, I know, but, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then. The other one I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine Veon, the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax oiling. How wack sport over her? You know for young young man big was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the with three D. It's the polarized three. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. How many times I've tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy cart deli. Absolutely. Yeah. Was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also at forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a terrific television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV. But I felt like knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Yeah. It was like thank goodness my sister. And I had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or a turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do the zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering on everything went wrong with his science things. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually Moore? I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to. Mr. little on they might do that. But the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said, I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages any said, George, it'll work it'll work Georgian work. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely mean what a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller baby to chilly, Billy. That was that. I. Man, man. He was huge people loved. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash and picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive. Or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, no, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting a video image, and then recording it onto film. Yeah. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those you not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Gherardi a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff. Got your bulk erased, you remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just sticky relating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between, Jack Parr and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him. Do the funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. Trying to time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it that I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of Dr sanguinary not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And in a couple of the movies, I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations, your member that I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the.
"lobo " Discussed on Around the Rim
"And and I love listening to around the rim. Certain. We'll do a promo for it during game on appreciate it. Adam gave us a shout out last week and Rica almost lost her mind. I main Novus getting to all it was. Is really fleet. Now, we appreciate you guys. Give us shoutouts in. You can also follow Rebecca Lobo at Rebecca Lobo on Twitter. Rebecca, just quickly before I let you go. I know it's not WNBA season yet. But is there anything you're thinking about right now as far as the draft or next year or free agency, the or anything on the top of your mind from WNBA standpoint? I think, you know, the top story is is the Maya voice situation in Minnesota is she gonna play this year. You're not gonna play this year. If she does play this year is it gonna be in Minnesota's they're gonna be somewhere else. Like, basically what the heck is going on. I think is is the question we're all interested in because, you know, Lindsay Whalen, retiring that team, you know, we've been talking about it for years continuing to age, you know, I I if my doesn't play it's going to be a very different season for them. Then if she does. So I think that's the biggest story ended w right now. Yeah. I mean. People are scared. I was I was I when that came out I was like what like I just couldn't even focus can get myself together to reconsider to be attacked like I can't believe they are thinking about a tweeden. Everybody's panicking. And I'm like Maya more, especially I think the thing that got me. I think it was a clip, and you may have sent it to me of a new station and they use the word retire. And I was like where is this coming from like that would that would be a travesty that would be devastating a mean that did my more has not done enough for us. Let me just back that up. Right. Like, I mean, come on. She's given us fantastic basketball. She has every right to do whatever she wants to do with the rest of her life. She's won four championships. No one's ever gonna forget her. She's the first one woman of the Jordan brand she's done a lot but still retire. What does your gut say? Rebecca, what do you think we're gonna see my more next season? I don't know. I have no Intel on that. I'll say this. I if if she decides to retire as you said, she's done everything she needs to do as a basketball fan. I would absolutely miss watching her. If she wasn't on the court. She's she's she's one of the finest of the history of the game. So that would be a huge disappointment for us. But God bless her whatever whatever she needs to do my, you know, she's she's going to do my is going to do my madness. That's Rebecca Lobo hate. If you have a variation of Rebecca's name, you want to share with us you can share with Enron pod. You've heard I said rendition earlier, but I should've said variation. But I call her LA Becca coach Landers calls are re Becca. So if you have any thoughts on which we should be calling her or if you want to vote for LA Becca, I would be excited for that hit us up on Twitter at around the repot, Rebecca, we will have you back on fantastic. As always we appreciate you and have fun at Tennessee on Thursday. Thanks so much. I appreciate having me. On the China. All right fans. We hope that you enjoyed the show big thanks to Rebecca Lobo for joining us. Don't forget you can comment. Ask questions if you have concerns you could hit us on Twitter at around the rim pod or on Email at around the rim podcast at G, meal dot com, the China. Yeah. I have some awesome news that I've been waiting to share. Please. Please do well basketball fans you.
"lobo " Discussed on Around the Rim
"Alabama goes down and banks and the three in sometimes that's just like how things aren't, you know, the China when you're winning and things were rolling easy to stay rolling vote when you're losing enrolling. It's also easy to stay rolling. And and and they're clearly struggling right now. But I also, you know, Tennessee because they have such a great tradition, but still you need older players in practice, everyday, teaching younger players what wearing that Tennessee on their jersey meat, you know, and it's not just about learning the history. It's not just knowing about Candace Parker and to make a catching and and Pat summitt when when you put on a certain jersey every day, you're you're upperclassmen are teaching you what that means. What what what? Your work ethic is expected to be everyday in practice. What it's expected to be every day in games. And I think we have so many underclassmen that can be difficult thing to pass on. So, you know, these guys again a lot of scrutiny. I really feel for Hollywood. Because I mean, this has got to be really difficult time not only losing losing at home losing and conference. But, but you know, that's that's sometimes what happens when you have teams with this much you. Yeah. And you would know I mean, if you're just joining our podcast where we are talking to the hall of Famer, Rebecca Lobo, you would know about that tradition and how it's passed down. Right. Because that's what happens that Yukon like people, you know, you come in. And this is your talk. This is what happens in this is how we do things. And so I think that the the expectation is always what I struggle with. Right. Like, if this was not Tennessee if they had this roster of youth because I agree with you completely. I mean, I I was just looking at their roster minute ago Ren'ai Davis's a sophomore Vena westbrooks of saw. More. You know, maybe Jackson is that senior presence. But they green is a freshman like a lot of youth. And so if this was any other team with young players playing in in such a such critical positions. Would we be this upset? I mean, people are upset that the lady vol's are not playing well like this should never happen. And I think it also takes a little bit away from the amount of parody that there is an in our game right now. Right. So like, let's not forget about that. Like other teams are better. But I struggle sometimes because I also think that when people put on that orange like you're supposed to win because that's what I'm used to seeing. But to your point about the shooting looking at conference numbers Ren'ai Davis the shooting thirty eight percent from the field and conference play thirty percent from three and then Mimi Jackson, the shooting a dismal twenty three percent from the field. Twenty four percent from three point line..
"lobo " Discussed on Around the Rim
"I've seen on your way to save my name to recod- try to. Hey, how she acts. Anyway, you know, what high fans? That is the voice of my fabulous fantastic producer, even though. She just tried to cut me off to Rica faster, foster Bradsby. I am here. Hopefully, China Robinson. We have a lot to get to in this podcast. So I'm not going to talk your brain off right now in the intro. Yes. I do have a lot on my mind. But I'm gonna talk about it with Rebecca Lobo. That's right. The hall of Famer Rebecca Lobo is our guest today. And we talk about lots of stuff. I mean Rebecca's everybody knows. She's funny. She's witty. She's just she's Rebecca she's a model for kids. And she looks amazing. What is my excuse to Rica? I couldn't even. Do. I don't know how she finds all the con-. She like she. She's a fantastic A-List. She's a she's a wife, she her and her husband had a podcast. We talk about that. She has four kids like she works out. I can't even do two out of five of those things. I'm barely making it with two out of the five of those things. I'm barely at analyst. Okay. Much to start with. Anyway, Rebecca's on the show, and we will recap big Monday between South Carolina, Missouri. We're going to preview Notre Dame Tennessee and just hop around a little bit. We get Rebecca spots on Yukon. And just what she feels like is happening in the landscape, a women's college basketball because it's crazy right now. Absolutely crazy. So sit back, relax, wait a minute. I should have did the escape version kick off your shoes. And relax feet, y'all have one little in Atlanta. And now everything is Atlanta's wait a minute. We're is the Super Bowl of from by the way, just really quickly. And I and I said this on Twitter for those that don't know. I'm originally from Boston Massachusetts. Okay. I was born there at Brigham women's hospital, and I'm one of sixteen children. Right. So there's a lot going on in my family. But the bottom line is that my family is huge Pat fans on both sides because my mom and dad both spent a majority of their adult lives in Boston. My mom actually was born and raised there. So. It's just you know with the Super Bowl being in Atlanta. I was praying that she's would win. I soon as Tom Brady put the boat on that thing. My phone starts ringing. You know in my family. Listen, we're not some Boston proper. We're from Roxbury. We're from Japan from bore Chester. Okay. My phone's ringing. Everybody wants to stay at my house. It's not happening. Okay. I don't even like the patriots. Thank you God. Like the patriots cheated. And I don't care how long it was ago. They so I've never forgotten. I'm not a big NFL person. You guys know, I don't love football. I love basketball, but three Rica's football. And I just was upset that that game went to overtime in that Kansas City. Never even got a chance to score. What kind of overtime is that? You already know my feelings on the patriots. And if I want the fans to still continue to like me, I should probably keep my opinions to myself. Oh my goodness. Well, all I know is that I don't see how you have in overtime. You flip a coin to see who gets the football. And then if that team scores, that's it. Time left on the clock cares. Something like that. It's that's terrible horrible come up with some new rules. Anyway, that's enough for football time to get to the basketball. We hope you enjoy our conversation with Rebecca Lobo. And no, you cannot stay at my house or the Super Bowl. I was the belt to. No. All right basketball fans will one thing I promised you was that I was not going to rely on my limited knowledge of what's happening in college women's basketball to keep you guys updated because we have so many people that know much much more about what's happening than I than I do. So I'm excited to have one of my good friends. She's a hall of Famer she is one of the best people that you really will ever meet. She's a mom. She got a podcast with her husband. Please join me in welcoming to the show ESPN women's basketball analyst, Rebecca Lobo, welcome. Rebecca, thank you. Or should I call you re as calls you? This show..
Why Does Hot Food Seem More Satisfying?
"Hello. I'm Kevin Pollak. Yes that Kevin Pollock. What's that? I did save room for pie. Thank you. And may I offer you a slice of my new comedy podcast. It's called alchemy. This. I've gathered five hilarious improvisers. And each episode. I set the scene and the comedy gold fills your life with undeniable joy, be the first yellow your friends about Kevin politics. New comedy podcasts. Alchemy this listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. Lauren Bogle von here. You know that ravenously hungry feeling you get after going swimming? It feels like you could go to an all you can eat buffet and make them rethink their business strategy, but although a salad or a granola bar or even the nice smooth. He would probably satisfy you a voice echoing out of the deepest recesses of your brain commands you to feed it something warm entire pizza perhaps or two giant Balza extra brisket. Please. There could be a lot of reasons why we crave warm foods when we're especially hungry, but one of them probably has to do with the link between smell and taste. We spoke with Dr Steven Sacher an associate professor in the university of Alabama department of biological sciences. Who studies the physiological design of digestive systems. He said hot food emanates much more airborne particles than cold foods. And since a large part of our taste sensation. Also involves smell hot food would therefore provide positive reinforcement and its selection. Just consider how quickly the smell of smoke from a barbecue can make you feel hungry or how no matter how tasty it will be a cold spot show. Simply doesn't stimulate the senses like a warm chilly. So even though we intellectually know that cold soup is going to be good in phila-. Sup are olfactory apparatus hasn't yet been appraised of the situation making it hard to get all the parts of the brain on the same Gus Baccio bandwagon, but smell may not be the only reason we crave a hot meal more than a cold one. Or rather it may signal a deeper reason since heating food on locks calories and nutrients, we wouldn't be able to get eating the food raw. And since our big brains are very calorie needy. Our preference for hot meals might have something to do with our brains steering us towards the most potential calories possible in the moment of hunger. According to Richard Wrangham, a biological anthropology at Harvard and author of catching fire how cooking made us human the important comparison is between foods that are cooked and differ. Only in temperature. He said. Hot food, very likely yields more net energy gain than cold food, partly because of changes in digest ability. One example is that starch becomes increasingly refractory after hot bread than cools. Which could be one reason why we like hot toast in the case of lipid, rich foods, the closer of fat is to its melting point when eaten probably the easier. It is digested however, Secker clarifies that chewing and the digestive process are both pretty good at unlocking nutrients. He said that once you've cooked hamburger, for example, eating it. Hot or cold would provide a negligible difference in calories consumed and digestion effort, but there's also the nostalgia factor. Smell is the most nostalgia triggering sense, researchers aren't entirely sure why this is. But they think it has to do with the physical way. Our brains handle information in the parts known as the limbic system. The limbic system includes the amid Dula which helps us process emotions the hippocampus which processes and stores memories and the olfactory bulb which. Passes sent input from our nasal cavity. There are direct connections. Among these three brain bits. Studies have shown that sense create more positive and more emotional senses of nostalgia than other triggers. And scientists think that's because of these close connections among sent emotion and memory in our brains while there might be some selected Dr hidden in our behavior to crave cooked food for nutritional gains are cravings and susceptibility to a rich sent in the air is very likely driven by a nice memory of the taste and smell of food right off the grill or the chicken soup that comforted you when you were sick a child, however, even small changes in temperature can make a big difference in how satisfaction food is perceived. It's important to remember that the texture foods and especially fats, like those cheese and cheese. Substitutes changes drastically within a relatively small temperature range, for example, cold pizza, delight or horror discuss. Today's episode was written by Jesulin shields and produced by Tyler playing for more on this and lots of other savory topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hi there. I'm Josh Clark of stuff, you should know. And I've just released a new ten part podcast series called the end of the world with Josh Clark. It's about existential risks all the ways that we humans my exit wipe ourselves out with the amazing new technology were beginning to develop today, like artificial intelligence. Sure, it's heavy stuff. But it's also enormously. Interesting stuff and surprisingly the series turns out to be kind of inspiring to search for it on apple podcasts. And check out the reviews from people who are already listening. It also has a lavish soundtrack with sound design by Kevin sends Ocoee and a beautiful original score by point Lobo. If you're curious person in a fan of the deep dive, check out my new series the end of the world with Josh Clark. You can find it on apple podcasts