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"mr bullard" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"Giving us a tumble you. I'm going to attract some attention you. I don't think they've seen this beautifully. You take the panel. You're not supposed to stand up in. No I'm just GONNA wait. Was We just passed the portholes? They're bound to see me. Now Take it easy commissioner rocking the boat. I got my best suit on a lot of handling big CLEM. I don't I didn't do it on purpose. High down. Help me in the canoe water. Let's make most. They'll have to call us aboard this. You're doing the water diving now. No I canoe tipped over. Thank you thank you Helen. Hurry myself getting tight. Left to come aboard dry off. Don't button to your party weight. Body Mr Bullard. I thought we were going to have to call hospital. I postponed chilly right. The canoe and bad put down that.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

07:00 min | 3 months ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"Let's get back to. The Great Gildersleeve is wealthy neighbor. Mr Bullard has never been exactly friendly. Since he bought a sailing boat and discovered he couldn't get it on the lake without a permit from the water. Commissioner things have changed my shoe shine. Leroy thank you. You are my other. Gosh thanks I usually get only fifteen cents Leroy. I met a man in Bullard's club with a fifteen cents shine. It's pretty snowy. Alright inviting you on. Because he likes me he dies. He said some very complimentary things about me. I know income poop sort of thing. The one who's at the door never mind. I'll get it good money Come in come in thank you. I didn't see you Mr Bugging. Why don't you call me run? A coup insane. No need for us to perform and we're such close friends. Yeah you're right Rum's close second. I like it better when were fighting. Lira. Growing into a more handsome young man. Every Day Leroy. Don't you want to go outside for a little while by the way I haven't seen the twin? You have a treat and stuff. I think has been the Dan my degree company. A miserable came to see between how Mr bullied and good morning. My I'm afraid I've been remissed as a neighbor. I've been meaning to come over to see the baby's for the past two months. They're only six weeks old. Oh Oh yes. Well they awake. I I have presence for them you have. Isn't that Nice much very thoughtful here? I'll pull the blanket back so you can see them. Good morning young people. What are their names? We haven't decided yet whole run. Mr Bullard back. I always liked babies. They liked me dot. How would you like to call me on cool? Rumson watch it. Babe is a fascinating Mr Bullard better. Oh I must've forget their presence. I bought from silver spoons. Nice of you. Mr Bullard shouldn't have done it. Well I think everybody should have a syllabus boom spoon view an view. What did I do thanking you? Mr Bullard I really should get to sleep. And if they don't like Silva perhaps they like those would be like to see uncle. Robson's what I don't think I get close and then they might grow better right against the crib north. Not Mr Vollers. All right it's still ticking. Fine Old Hamilton. My father gave me. He was a railroad man conductor he owned. It should have well. I must be on my way. Thank you so much for this Mr mentioning. I like doing things for people I like. And you'll remember you're lunching with me at my club today. I couldn't forget that I've asked suggests for bullock to join us so jasper ballot and he's an Englishman who spent most of his life in South Africa. Now very distinguished gentleman. And since you are Distinguished Water Commissioner. I thought you two should know each other lunching with an Englishman. This is wonderful. I was do something. Nice for you someday. Hold that thought guiltlessly. Good time and go rhino records my hat. Pd's I want to get some expensive guys before the lunch. I'm through smoking these chief cigars Can for you give me some expensive cigars something. South African Englishman might smoke and then the Corona Corona phoebe guest with whom? I'm having lunch today but it'd be a South African Englishman every Rumson new young. You you get the one hundred club very expensive PD. And how do you happen to get invited? Rams in bulletin. I very close friends. You Know No. I didn't know that. The overlooking at a new boat even lavish with his gifts to the twin. Still Berg. You're talking about. Isn't he. Wonderful thing to discover a deep and enduring friendships like this? How long have you been friendly all day? We're seeing a change. Come over you and Mr Billard. Oh yes the judge. I haven't seen much of the judge since I've been traveling in Rumson crowd. Say It's none of my business. But has it ever occurred to you that Mr Bullard might be after something? How can you say that people who wouldn't put it past him? Gv You're aligning dear friend of mine just because he's taking clouds his lunch and keeps telling me on. A wonderful guy doesn't mean after something. I wouldn't see the eurosceptic sharks..

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"mr bullard" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"On these fine spring mornings when the Great Gildersleeve has nothing much to do. He likes to go out and putter around the yard. He contemplates the flowers Myers. The butterflies inspects the blooms on his apple tree and marvels at the Green Green Grass. Gio is the place looks great and about once a year. He takes a look behind the garage view. My goodness place looks terrible. Trash accumulate lear. I pretty big pile breaking Leroy. Everything we want gets tossed behind the garage tar paper. Cardboard Boxes Shoes Shingles Leroy that my water bottle. Yeah the split. You sat on the night of the big freeze. Let's see wear the matches. Why not be boy scout tenure foot? I'll go ahead and light it. I just had a horrible sauce was born toward Mr Bullard House. Burn the TAR PAPER IN HOT WATER BOTTLE. Put them actually burnish. I remember the day you burn the old tired Mr born came roaring over. Did it that you shaking? I was not. I just came out without my sweater. You came more. I don't remember do because big water buffalo. I DIDN'T WANNA start trouble when you didn't resent that he called you a Nincompoop. Can't call me that Roy. Burn the pile gotta be keen may not be home anyway. Excelsior so things will start. They was going to make a lot of smoke. Mr Bullard smokey bear Leeli. We're not trying to antagonize these. Butch even looks like a bear. The smell coming across the street here. We go again because you are and on. Well he'd Better Watch. I've had about enough of him. I Don that'd be the biggest battle we ever. This is the most small you. I'm standing on my neighbor to get along with. Good Morning. Your name Laura. Don't you good morning? Are you upset about something? Well no but. Aren't you cost corn? Say all the tar paper for nothing. You mean you don't object all this smoke drifting over your way. Gildersleeve you do me an injustice. You speak of me as if I were a crotchety mean neighbor. Yummy all eyelid. That was a time when you irritated me not anymore. I'm in love with all the words L. Glad to hear it instability. Glad you're not offended. I just thought perhaps the smoking type paper or no no. No no no no no. As a matter of fact euless you came over to tell you. I think you're setting a fine example for the neighborhood. I like to see the community. Need looking and welcomes guiltlessly. Espn civility your Prince of Othello. Day Mr Bill Leroy. He called me a principal fellow named component.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:55 min | 3 months ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Run by the U. S. D. H. H. as in the lab a lot the federal reserve a chair member in St Louis Mr Bullard says that the report upcoming could show twenty percent or higher unemployment twenty percent that is in the category of a national catastrophe however what is to be done one thing is to reopen the economy and one way forward is to reopen the economy with risks however Richard a very good evening to you you know must do statistics here and we have the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen the nineteen fifty seven of a virus or a flu virus and the nineteen sixty eight flu virus all of those had very high casualty rates I believe five hundred thousand nineteen eighteen nineteen in the U. S. a hundred and sixteen thousand or more in fifty seven and a hundred thousand in sixty eight those were not corona viruses to my knowledge they were either version of avian flu or they were the fluid themselves however we're talking about big casualties where the economies were not shot we're now in a shut down economy and the debate forward is how to re open or when to re open but the facts underlying this right now what have we learned about the virus what have we learned about who is most vulnerable to the virus and how can that inform the decisions that are being made now by the governor's good evening to all high well let's just first start with the viruses are I don't claim to be a great expert on the particulars but there are many different kinds of viruses susceptible to different rates of mutation and the one that said apple here's called H. one N. one at the two funny little proteins antigens such other farm products one proteins that attacked the body in nineteen eighteen the death rate in the United States is probably closer to six hundred to seven hundred thousand when the population of a hundred and five the economic consequences of that as best we can tell we're close to zero in terms of long term GDP and so forth and it was not even mentioned when you did various accounts of the recession is a great piece on line by Paul Gregory I'm at the Hoover Institution who goes through some of that history of the question that we have now is the numbers are very difficult to calculate they have been consistent efforts on the part of everybody to sort of redefine what counts as a death with respect to corona virus it starts with the C. D. C. making announcements that certain kind of presume cases are between the ages of cobit notwithstanding that they may be something else there have been announcements by the New York office and by the Illinois public health offices well that certain kinds of symptoms will generate a call for somebody's been the cold virus it's not even clear that there's only one kind of flu going around now they may just be that ordinary seasonal flu which would have many of the same over systems as the cold virus but nobody's taking a toll of the seasonal virus so the guess is that there is some serious over accounting with respect to the cold virus coming out of the the current situation but nobody could tell you exactly how much there's also a risk of undercounting some people may never get to a hospital I may die with out of having that that was probably true of course with respect to what happened with the earlier viruses particularly in nineteen eighteen will we have pretty good but not truly great statistics so if you're trying to figure out what's going on the next question is have we crested only going down or what the original predictions which I was reasonably confident about way that the magnitudes would be in the under one hundred thousand range that is no longer as clear as it was and that he would teach probably sometime five to six weeks after this thing in early April and so forth what has happened is the sort of steady increases not declined at the rate the people expected either in the number of cases that have been contracted or the number of deaths that have been absurd and so the number seems to be going consistently yup and that means that you've got to find some other explanation as to why that's happening the most discouraging of these explanations is that the longer you keep the virus alive of the more likely it is to mutated to make some of the change which happened in nineteen eighteen pandemic and so forth so that you may be getting a different wave of this stuff it was a nice piece in The New York Times showing is all the various mutations in place with some of the viruses and early stages it's always silent so the replication in effect is you know to the ends in very large very fast to get a huge number of new viruses and even a single on the Tatian and probably going to be more of the same time and it may be that we're going through that so one of the things it's so hard to understand about this is we don't know whether the lockdown is help that has hurt the situation I am somewhat agnostic on that I had to bet my life I would say it is probably slow down the process and that the Swedes were further ahead in the cycle and we are probably going to have their rates go down while the lockdown countries are going to continue to have those go up this thing then I'm so troubled about and I think many people share this sentiment is what happens is you're trying to figure out whether you close this thing down to open the economy up let alone now if you inflate the total of of covert virus counts by including all of these doubtful cases if you break a situation where you don't distinguish between people with comorbidities if you don't control for age if you don't control for nursing facilities in prisons where these things are on a what you'll do is you will look at the number in total and assume that it's average across these countries and it's not even in a place like New York City and certainly in California and I feel very much that there is a political movement out there in the public health community which is very dogmatic on these issues that we keep the numbers a little bit higher then we can keep the lock down a little bit longer because the way in which they think of a kind of a strict priority health first then we worry about the economy you you cannot do that you have to figure out how the restaurant I want to get out I want to inform that observation with the numbers that you provide about who is most at risk you report that the total number of deaths in New York City which is the hardest the hot spot of hot spots in the U. S. is sixteen and one hundred thousand for people aged eighteen to forty five under eighteen there is no record of anybody dying from the disease by over seventy five years of age one thousand one hundred per hundred thousand that's where the vulnerabilities that's right that fact weighs upon me whenever I hear the governor of New York or the governor of Illinois or the governor of California speak about keeping us safe US is the particular group hi I'm happy to be part of that group but in any event that doesn't inform all of the much younger healthier people with children who have no school to send the children to have no health care to call upon because the hospitals are I have either been shut down or they're refusing to aid anybody who is not just a struggling with covert nineteen and who are unemployed so Richard because you reported this that fact weighs on me does it weigh on those who were talking about the health of the country what we don't know what I mean governor Cuomo ten days ago was talking about we have to make the transition has to be gradually have to be careful this latest pronouncement of just in the height of the marines he says well everybody knows that life is sacred and there should be no trade offs there's no price that you can put on a human life well the difficulty you get with that particular situation is the first person who comes in is entitled to internet resources because you can't put a price on the live and then after you've exhausted all your resources people further down the road who could use the materials and support greater don't get anything everybody who's ever been in this business when it comes to emergency room situation understands the importance of tree office this is not a market mechanism is those people to get better anyhow you don't spend a lot of resources on them those are gonna die anyhow you don't spend a lot of resources on them you spend it on those people in the middle group we have the maximum impact it's all set of trailers and he's not got himself into this kind of moral absolutism which is so far away from what kind of temperament that you need to solve this problem that I think he's incapable of making correct decisions unless somebody really takes him by the lapels and shakes him to the point where he realizes that all New York City is not even you have all the problems in the suburbs this is a huge state and it turns out he seems to be angling to keep things such as long as they should be rather than trying to figure out which things you could open up for us with what level of safety and now I'm I'm very disappointed I mean I was never a fan of governor Cuomo but at this particular point when he says publicly puts me into tears the question of the states that remains locked out I'm going to a particular here because when we come back what is to be done New York governor Cuomo New Jersey governor Murphy Illinois governor Pritzker California governor Newsom those states will speak to in particular because those states represent a very large part of the GDP of the United States of America and a significant work force that must be re engaged I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show Washington's mall W. 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"mr bullard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In other words, it would be like going back and seeing yourself as you were before when he died in nineteen fifty one is a lot of people know him. Did he have any? Notoriety at that time, not really, you know, people just kind of took it for granted. He was not Alanthea's Kennedy's went on. And he actually died of stomach cancer. And he could have Mr. Bullard told me he he went to a couple of days. And he said, why don't you get in the magnetic machine? Why don't you save yourself? And it had not eaten for a couple of days. And he told Mr. Bullard he said JT, he said, I'm tired of done everything. I want to do he said there's a few more stones. I'd like to put in here. But he said, I'm just worn out. And he climbed on a bicycle and drove to actually wrote to Jackson Memorial Hospital in went into a Komen dot three days later, he had twenty five one ton rocking chairs and stone out there. Yes. Yes. That you know, people have asked me, you know, what what's the significance of the twenty five. What he was trying to say with that was those cheers were placed at certain locations. He could sit down and at night. He could watch the stars. He could see Iran's built from one non all those different things a reason for each placement. George nothing in that castle e everything has. Has a place. I still don't understand all of it. But what he was trying to say was these these cheers replace that. She can see the stars. And they have the balance there. And also he said the stone telescope that he built is twenty five foot tall. Wow. So he was trying to say it's everything's twenty-five. Everything's numbers who are important to him. And he was good at math. Wasn't. He. The guy had a fourth grade education, and you couldn't beat him in math. And for one example, the procession of the of the earth is twenty five thousand years. So there's another twenty there's like four different twenty five that he connected to celestial activities. And he was he was big into the mathematics of things. Right. Steps lines everything everything had reason in terms of numbers loved about math because he said, you can do everything with a mathematical formula, just like Einstein there's a stone marked of unknown origin there. What does that mean? That is a fascinating story the nine ton gate. I was down there in eighty four the ton gate that wanna I found that it was still working beautifully. You could touch a little girl. Three year old could move the thing when nineteen eighty six it's sitting on wheel bearings of nineteen eighteen four Chuck. Okay. Well, those will beings after fifty years sixty years they were out on tilted. Okay. So. They called the university of Florida and the engineering department, and they said, hey, you know, explain the stone. And what happened is could you guys come down here and help us move this stone and fix it? And they said, hey, we're going to university of Florida whig, we can fix anything. Well, these guys were the big degrees. I don't mean to talk about people. But they go down there thinking, you know, with things this thing. Well, they got the looking at it to find the center of gravity of the stone, which he had to run a whole down, George. He had no electricity except for his machine. This whole is perfectly drill down the stone. He ran a rod connected it to the wheel bearings. And they said, this is an odd. Shaped imagine up a wedge of cheese. That's what it looks like going down matching that they said that the drilling part head to be perfect and had to match the the wheel bearings. Well, he got down there. And he said there's just impossible. It would take laser technology today to find the center of gravity. Well, when they pulled the stone up they had to go get eighty ton. Cranes put chains run lifted up. But when they did this weird looking high shaped stone about the size of a car tire. But thinner was underneath a stone. And they actually broke it, and they couldn't figure out how this stone was able to support the nine ton gate. Well, hold on for a second. We'll pick that up Joe in just a moment of coast to coast. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. Great news, if you're coast insider or simply want to enjoy our website on.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And he said, why don't you get the magnetic machine? Why don't you save yourself and it had not eaten for days, and he told Mr. Bullard he said JT said, I'm tired of done everything. I want to do. He said, there's a few more stones. I'd like to put in here. But he said, I'm just worn out. And he climbed on a bicycle and drove to actually wrote to Jackson Memorial Hospital in went into a common died three days later. He had twenty five one ton rocking chairs in stone out there, didn't he? Yes. Yes. That people have asked me, you know, what what's the significance of the twenty five. What he was trying to say with that was those chairs were placed at certain locations. He could sit down and at night. He could watch the stars. He could see Iran's built from one all those different things reason for each placement. George nothing in that castle e everything has a place. I still don't understand all of it. But what he was trying to say was these these cheers replace so that you can see the stars. And they have the the balance there. And also he said the stone telescope that he built is twenty five foot tall. Wow. So he was trying to say it's everything's twenty-five numbers who are important to him. And he was good at math wasn't. He. The guy had a fourth grade education, and you couldn't beat him in math. And for one example, the procession of the of the earth is twenty five thousand years. So there's another twenty five there's like four different twenty five that he connected to celestial activities. And he was he was big into the mathematics of things. Right. Steps lines. Everything everything had a reason in terms of numbers. What he loved about math because he said, you can do everything with a mathematical formula, just like on stone. There's a stone marked of unknown origin there. What does that mean? That is a fascinating story. Ah the nine ton gate. I was down there in eighty four to nineteen gay. That was when I found it was still working beautiful. You could touch a little girl three. Oh could move the thing. When nineteen six it's sitting on wheel bearings of one thousand nine hundred thousand four Chuck. Okay. Well, those wheel bearings. After fifty years sixty years. They wore out, of course, don't tilted. Okay. So they called the university of Florida and the engineering department. They said, hey, you know, explain to stone. And what happened is that? Could you guys come down here and help us move their stone and fixed, and they said, hey, we're going to university of Florida whig, we can anything these guys were the big degrees. I don't mean to talk about people. But they go down there thinking, you know, with thinks you're saying, well, they got to looking at it. Define the center of gravity of this stone, which he had to run a a whole down at George. He had no electricity except for his machine. This whole is perfectly grilled down the stone. He ran a rod connected it to the wheel bearings. And they said, this is an odd. Shaped imagine a a witch of cheese. That's what it looks like going down mentioned that they said the drilling part had to be perfect. It had to match the the wheel bearings. Well, he got down there. And he said, there's just impulsively. It would take laser technology today to find the center of gravity. Well, when they pull the stone that they had to go get eighty ton cranes put chains around it lifted up. But when they did this weird looking posh shaped stone about the size of a car tire. But thinner was underneath the stone. And they actually broke it, and they can figure out how the stone was able to support the nine ton gate. Well, hold on a second. We'll pick that up Joe in just a moment of coast to coast. The coast website is now.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"He was not a laugh whose kidneys went on number the kidneys, and he actually died of like stomach cancer. And he could have Mr. Bullard told me he he went to a couple of days. And he said, why don't you get in the magnetic machine? Why don't you save yourself? And it had not eaten for a couple of days. And he told Mr. Bullard he said JT, he said, I'm tired of done everything. I want to do he said there's a few more stones. I'd like to put in here. But he said, I'm just worn out. And he climbed on a bicycle and drove to actually wrote to Jackson Memorial Hospital and went into a Komen dot three days later, he had twenty five one ton rocking chairs in stone out there, didn't he? Yes. Yes. That, you know, people have asked me, you know, what was the significance of the twenty five. What he was trying to say with that was those cheers were placed at certain locations. He could sit down and at night. He could watch the stars. He could see. Iran's built from one not all those different things. A reason for each placement. George nothing in that castle. Everything has a place. I still don't understand all of it. But what he was trying to say was these these cheers replace. So that you can see the stars. And they have the balance there. And also he said the stone telescope that he built is twenty five foot tall. Wow. So he was trying to say it's everything's twenty-five. Everything's do numbers who are important to him. And he was good at math wasn't. He the guy had a fourth grade education. And you couldn't beat him in math. And for one example, the procession of the of the earth is twenty five thousand years. So there's another twenty five there's like four different twenty five that he connected to celestial activities. And he was he was big into the mathematics of things. Right. Steps lines. Everything everything had a reason in terms of numbers loved about math because he said, you can do everything with a mathematical formula, just like Einstein, there's a stone marked of unknown origin there. What does that mean? That is a fascinating story. The nine ton gate. I was down there in eighty four the nights on gay. That was when I found it was still working beautifully. You could touch a little girl. Three old could move the thing. Nineteen eighty six it's sitting on wheel bearings of nineteen eighteen four Chuck. Okay. Well, those beings after fifty years sixty years they were out, of course, don't tilted. Okay. So they call the university of Florida and the engineering department, and they said, hey, you know, explain the stone. And what happened is that? Could you guys come down here and help us move this stone and fix it? And they said, hey, we're in a university of Florida whig, we can fix anything. Well, these guys were the big degrees. I don't mean to talk about people. But they go down there thinking, you know, with things this thing. Well, they got the looking at it to find the center of gravity of the stone, which he had to run a whole down at George. He had no electricity except for his machine. This whole is perfectly drill down the stone. He ran a rod connected it to the wheel bearings. And they said, this is an odd. Shaped imagine a a wedge of cheese. That's. This stone looks like going down matching that they said the drilling part had to be perfect. It had to match the the wheel bearings. Well, he got down there. And he said there's just impossible. It would take laser technology today to find the center of gravity. Well, when they pull the stone up they had to go get eighty ton cranes put chains rennet lifted up. But when they did this weird looking posh shaped stone about the size of a car tire. But thinner was underneath the stone. And they actually broke it, and they couldn't figure out how this stone was able to support the nine ton gate. Well, hold on for a second. We'll pick that up Joe in just a moment. Coast to coast. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. Great news, if you're a coast insider or simply one when joy our website on your.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"He was not a laugh his kidneys went on. And he actually died of like stomach cancer. And he could have Mr. Bullard told me he went to a couple of days. And he said, why don't you get in the magnetic machine? Why don't you save yourself? And it had not eaten for a couple of days. And he told Mr. Bullard he said JT, he said, I'm tired of done everything. I want to do he said there's a few more stones. I'd like to put in here. But he said, I'm just worn out. And he climbed on a bicycle and drove to actually wrote to Jackson Memorial Hospital and went into a Komen dot three days later, he had twenty five one ton rocking chairs in stone out there, didn't he? Yes. Yes. That you know, people have asked me, you know, what what's the significance of the twenty five. What he was trying to say with that was those cheers were placed at certain locations. He could sit down and at night. He could watch the stars. He could see Iran's built from one non all those different things reason for each placement. George nothing in that castle. Everything has a place. I still don't understand all of it. But what he was trying to say was these these cheers replace. So that you can see the stars. And they have the balance there. And also he said the stone telescope that he built is twenty five foot tall. Wow. So he was trying to say it's everything's twenty-five. Everything's numbers who are important to him. And he was good at math wasn't. He the guy had a fourth grade education. And you couldn't beat him in math. And for one example, the procession of the of the earth is twenty five thousand years. So there's another twenty there's like four different twenty five that he connected to celestial activities. And he was he was big into the mathematics of things. Right. Steps lines everything everything had reason in terms of numbers loved about math because he said you can do everything with a mathematical formula, just like Einstein. There's a stone. Unmarked of unknown origin there. What does that mean? That is a fascinating story the nine ton gate. I was down there in eighty four the nine ton gate that was when I found it was still working beautifully. You could touch a little girl. Three year old could move the thing. Nineteen eighty six. It's sitting on wheel bearings of of nineteen eighteen four Chuck. Okay. Well, those will bearings. After fifty years sixty years. They wore out I on tilted. Okay. So they call the university of Florida and the engineering department, and they said, hey, you know, explain the stone. And what happened is that? Could you guys come down here and help us move this stone and fix it? And they said, hey, we're going to university of Florida with we can fix anything. These guys were the big degrees. I don't mean to talk about people. But they go down there thinking, hey, you know, with thinks this thing. Well, they got the looking at it to find the center of gravity of the stone, which he had to run a whole down at George. He had no electricity except for his machine. This whole perfectly drill down the stone. He ran a rod connected. Get to the wheel bearings. And they said, this is an odd. Shaped imagine a a wedge of cheese. That's what this looks like going down matching that they said the drilling part had to be perfect. It had to match the the wheel bearings. Well, he got down there. And he said there's just impossible. It would take laser technology today to find the center of gravity. Well, when they pulled the stone up they had to go get eighty ton cranes put chains rennet lifted up. But when they did this weird looking posh shaped stone about the size of a car tire. But thinner was underneath the stone. And they actually broke it, and they couldn't figure out how this stone was able to support the nine nineteen gate. Well, hold on for second. We'll pick that up Joe in just a moment of coast to coast. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. Great news, if you're a coast insider or simply one when joy.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"He was not a laugh his kidneys went on. Kidneys, and he actually died of like stomach cancer. And he could have Mr. Bullard told me he he went to a couple of days. And he said, why don't you get in the magnetic machine? Don't you save yourself and it had not eaten for a couple of days. And he told Mr. Bullard he said JT, he said, I'm tired of done everything. I want to do he said there's a few more stones. I'd like to put in here. But he said, I'm just worn out. And he climbed on a bicycle and drove to actually wrote to Jackson Memorial Hospital and went into Komen dot three days later, he had twenty five one ton rocking chairs and stone out there, didn't he? Yes. Yes. That you know, people have asked me, you know, what what's the significance of the twenty five. What he was trying to say with that was those cheers were placed at certain locations. He could sit down and at night. He could watch the stars. He could see Iran's built from one all those different things reason for each placement. George nothing in that castle. Everything has a place. I still don't understand all of it. But what he was trying to say was these these cheers replace. So that you can see the stars. And they have the the balance there. And also he said the stone telescope that he built is twenty five foot tall. Wow. So he was trying to say it's everything's twenty-five. Everything's numbers who are important to him. And he was good at math wasn't. He the guy had a fourth grade education. And you couldn't beat him in math. And for one example, the procession of the of the earth is twenty five thousand years. So there's another twenty there's like four different twenty that he connected to celestial activities, and he was he was big into the mathematics of things. Right. Steps lines. Everything everything had a reason in terms of numbers loved about math because he said, you can do everything with a mathematical formula, just like Einstein, there's a stone marked of unknown origin there. What does that mean? That is a fascinating story. The nine ton gate. I was down there in eighty four the ton gate that was when I I found it was still working beautifully. You could touch a little girl. Three year old could move the thing when nineteen eighty six it's sitting on wheel bearings of nineteen eighteen four Chuck. Okay. Well, those will beings after fifty years sixty years, they wore out on tilted. Okay. So they call the university of Florida and the engineering department, and they said, hey, you know, explain the stone. And what happened is that? Could you guys come down here and help us move this stone and fix it? And they said, hey, we're going to university of Florida where we can fix anything. These guys were these big degrees. I don't mean to talk about people. But they go down there thinking, you know, with this thing. Well, they got the looking at it to find the center of gravity of the stone, which he had to run a whole down at George. He had no electricity except for his machine. This whole perfectly drill down the stone. He ran a rod connected it to the wheel bearings. And they said, this is an odd. Shaped imagine a a wedge of cheese. That's. This stone looks like going down matching that they said the drilling part had to be perfect. It had to match the the wheel bearings. Well, he got down there. And he said there's just impossible. It would take laser technology today to find the center of gravity or when they pull the stone. They had to go get eighty ton cranes put chains rennet lifted up. But when they did this weird looking posh shaped stone about the size of a car tire. But thinner was underneath the stone. And they actually broke it, and they couldn't figure out how this stone was able to support the nine nineteen gate. Well, pull down for a second. We'll pick that up Joe in just a moment. Coast to coast. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. Great news, if you're coast insider or simply one when joy our website on your phone, visit coast to coast AM dot com.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So he was moving those stones out of Florida city into homestead where that magnetic current that Leyland was actually stronger. So he wanted to take advantage of that strength. Could he feel these lay lines? Yes. Yes. He has that ability. He had that ability. He of course, he used the dousing want to find the water, but he said. When he got near it. He could just feel the vibrations. Now, what was this about some genetic code of ED's DNA? Well, that's something that a lot of people when they read the waiting for Agnes. They they they kind of look at the reincarnation part of it. I just mentioned that because it's real thoughts. Now, he lived the Casey writings, he read everything on Atlanta's. You know, he believed that it was right off the coast of Florida that was no doubt in his mind. But to go back in the past he believed that you're in. That course, they didn't talk about DNA back in edge called it the blood factor and what he was trying to. He was right. Yes. The blood factor means that we could go back in time. And there was another George Noory who was you know, in Atlantis or Egypt. Wherever you want to be who looks just like you your ancestor from somewhere where we adopt ganger, pardon me. D'appel ganger. Yes. Yes. And you going to carry forth those memories envisions and everything if you tap into it and pay. Attention to it. You can actually bring those things back in the forefront recall that time, and what you did and everything and that was what he called the blood factor. So it's a it's a strange thing. But it's it's it's possible and way because I've seen pictures of they did a thing on Jesse James not long ago. They went back and tapped into one his relatives in Georgia his his relatives that still lives in Missouri. It's an exact carbon. I mean, it looks like he was cloned from Jesse James. He probably was. So if he was to tap into that time, maybe he could go back and see what James did the whole works. In other words, it would be like going back and seeing yourself as you were before when he died in one thousand nine hundred fifty one Delattre people know him did he have any notoriety at that time, not really, you know, people just kind of took it for granted. He was not a laugh his kidneys went on. And he actually died of like stomach cancer. And he could have Mr. Bullard told me he he went to a couple of days. And he said, why don't you get in the magnetic machine? Why don't you save yourself? And it had not eaten for a couple of days. And he told Mr. Bullard, he said JT, and I'm tired of done everything. I want to do he said there's a few more stones. I'd like to put in here. But he said, I'm just worn out. And he climbed on a bicycle and drove to actually vote to Jackson Memorial Hospital and went into a coma dot three days later, he had twenty five one ton rocking chairs and stone out there any yes. Yes. That you know, people have asked me, you know, what what's the significance of the twenty five. What he was trying to say with that was those chairs were placed at certain locations. He could sit down and at night. He could watch the stars. He could see Iran's belt from one all those different things reason for each placement. George nothing in that castle. Everything has a place. I still don't understand all of it. But what he was trying to say was these these chairs are placed so that you can see the stars. And they have the balance there. And also he said the stone telescope that he built is twenty five foot tall. Wow. So he was trying to say it's everything's twenty-five. Everything's numbers are important to him. And he was good at math wasn't. He the guy had a fourth grade education. And you couldn't beat him in math. And for one example, the procession of the of the earth is twenty five thousand years. So there's another twenty there's like four different twenty five that he connected to celestial activities. And he was he was big into the mathematics of things. Right. Steps lines. Everything everything had a reason in terms of numbers loved about math because he said, you can do everything with a mathematical formula, just like onstar, there's a stone marked of unknown origin there. What does that mean? That is a fascinating story. The nine ton gate. I was down there in eighty four the night on gate that was when I I found it. It was still working beautifully. You could touch a little girl three. Oh could move the thing. Nineteen eighty six. It's sitting on wheel bearings of nineteen eighteen Ford. Chuck, okay. Well, those will beings after fifty years sixty years, they wore out on tilted. Okay. So they call the university of Florida and the engineering department, and they said, hey, you know, explain to stone. And what happened is could you guys come down here and help us move this stone and fix it? And they said, hey, we're in university of Florida where we can fix anything. These guys were these big degrees. I don't mean to talk about people, but they go down there thinking, you know, with the existing. Well, they got to looking at it to find the center of gravity of the stone, which he had to run a whole down at George. He had no electricity except for his machine. This whole is perfectly drilled down the stone. He ran a rod connected it to the wheel bearings. And they said, this is an odd. Shaped imagine a a wedge of cheese. That's. This stone looks like going down matching that they said that the drilling part had to be perfect. It had to match the the wheel bearings. Well, he got down there. And he said there's just impossible. It would take laser technology today to find the center of gravity. Well, when they pull the stone up they had to go get eighty ton cranes put chains run it lifted up. But when they did this weird looking posh stone about the size of a car tire. But thinner was underneath the stone. And they actually broke it, and they couldn't figure out how this stone was able to support the nineteen gate. Well, hold on for a second. We'll pick that up Joe in just a moment of coast to coast. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. Great news, if you're a coast insider or simply one joy our website on your phone, visit coast.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Learn more we're talk about hardliners in china john other hardliners in italy other hardliners in this new five star league government i think they'd like to be hotline as it just depends what they can encounter chief what we've learned this morning is they've dropped those debt writeoff plans that were reported widely yesterday smashed italian government bonds around but what's clear is that going to carry on pushing for tax cuts and more spending and i think we've got to look at the bt p mark the italian bond market from the perspective not a default but from the perspective of more supply and a government wants to loosen the purse strings do you notice states yet when your university ideas and newsflow they can't get on the front page of the papers there's so many different stories going on right now i just can't keep up with it yeah well i go to tim o'brien follow the money i that's what we do and overnight there were not one to three follow the money stories as well i think we'll get a briefing and of course everybody waiting for what mr mueller will do when you're an i thought kathleen and he's interview with mr bullard nuances around his theory of a regime shift versus adat analysis and extrapolation was interested.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Put you know rob catholic from the dallas better than that because he's been there five years now maybe four and a half he didn't come as an economist but he's now become of the more seasoned officials i and it's not that the new guys and gals don't know but they are in a new position when when you're the traumas when you've been with the group for a while that's i think jim it definitely got to be making people think look at everybody now starting to say yeah i'm watching the yield curve just like jim good morning they should i got to say i love the headline out of your interview with mr bullard that said blurred saying the yield curve has a nice slope no inversion now i kinda like that was picked up on twitter too let's bring in philippi hernandez latin america economist at bloomberg economics speaking monetary policy brazil monetary policy listen the latest on that yeah they have the regular meeting today consensus is for them to cut twenty five basis points to six point twenty five percent on the back of evidence that the inflation keeps decelerating it's actually below their target the rain the target band there's also evidence that economic growth although recovering that recall is pretty is white that we can slow the growth remains below potential and the put gap there is negative as well and unemployment which is coming down but remains very high those i think are the three or four key points for them that will support or support the speculations for them to cut interest rates of course there's a lot of interest about what they say about potential monetary policy decisions going forward specifically in this environment in which they have seen the currency depreciate a lot i'm not in both the team in the past twelve months.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"It's important for jimmy taking story so that people will consider this other side of what's on i i hate kathleen it's bobby free the the thing that i took away from your conversation with him which was a terrific interview is that he is more slow he wants to he wants to take the hikes more slowly it seems than his colleagues d think that he will be able it does it does it does it seem like he's going to really drive that point home and try to convince them absolutely i think he's gonna make that point loud and clear and less as i asked him unless there's only a big jump in inflation or the labor market is strong as it gets even stronger i remember number one gyms on voter the vote rotates among the that big president but you know jay powell new fed chair when it is confirmation hearings that doesn't really matter to him who's voted he was the city arguments and i think that's important for someone like kimbler who's an influence or who you listen to you so we'll keep change people's minds again i don't know i think the longer someone's there the more confidence they get i you know rob kaplan from the dallas fed in that position he's been there about five years now maybe four and a half he didn't come as an economist but he's now become of the more seasoned officials i and the new guys and gals don't know but they are i think you're in a new position when even when you're not quite as strong as when you've been with the group for a while that's i think jim is definitely got to be making people think look at everybody now starting to say yeah i'm watching the yield curve just like jim has been morning they should i gotta say i love the headline out of your interview with mr bullard that said blurred saying that the yield curve has a nice slope no inversion now i.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The american economic mix what's your key distinction about raphael busek well the interesting thing is he's an expert in housing he worked at the department of housing and urban development he spent a lot of time at the fed but he is an accomplished economists in his own right out of people don't realize that about him but he's been a number of years at the fed as a researcher and so he has a pretty good feel for the economy particularly the housing sector i really take issue with people that say look this guy showed up and he's doing touchy feely housing and public policy i mean to be blunt here this guy could qualify as vice chairman of the fed maybe not with academic monetary jobs like john williams richard clarita but this guy's the real economic deal isn't he yes that he's been writing a lot lately which you don't always see from thanked president on economic topics you see it more from people who have research background that mr bullard to who by the way was a classmate of raphael by john williams go way back but he's writing a lot lately about what they should do in terms of monetary policy going forward there's this debate over whether the two percent target makes sense anymore and he comes down on the side of john williams that you should do inflation targeting have a band around a certain number maybe to that and if it runs above it for a while that's fine if it runs for a while that's fucking carl riccadonna bloomberg economics burns candles at the altar of the atlanta gdp now index it landed like a lot of other feds have their own proprietary series is as mr bostick pay attention to what lanta gdp says and what's right now well it's actually measuring the economy more strongly than most private sector forecasters it says that we should see about two point eight percent growth for the first quarter and he looked at that but he said that one thing he has learned over the years and in particular since taking this job is that no one indicator tells the whole story you have to look at a whole panoply of things and he.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"At the department of housing and urban development he spent a lot of time at the fed but he is an accomplished economists in his own right out of people don't realize that about him but he's been a number of years at the fed as a researcher and so he has a pretty good feel for the economy particularly the housing sector i really take issue with people that say look this guy showed up and he's doing touchy feely housing and public policy i mean to be blunt here this guy could qualify as vice chairman of the fed maybe not with academic monetary chops like john williams or richard clarita but this guy's thrill economic deal isn't he he's been writing a lot lately which you don't always see from bank presidents on economic topics you see it more from people who have research background mr bullard who by the way was a classmate of raphael by john williams go way back but he's been writing a lot lately about what could do in terms of monetary policy going forward there's this debate over whether the two percent target makes sense anymore and he comes down on the side of john williams that you should do inflation targeting have a band around a certain number may be doing that and if it runs above it for a while that's fine it runs for a while that's you know the carl riccadonna bloomberg economics burns candles at the altar of the atlanta gdp now index it landed like a lot of other feds have their own proprietary series is as mr bostick pay attention to what atlanta gdp says what's it say right now mike well it's actually measuring the economy more strongly than most private sector forecasters it says that we should see about two point eight percent growth for the first quarter and he looked at that but he said that one thing he has learned over the years and in particular since taking this job is that no one indicator tell the whole story you have to look at a whole panoply of things and he particularly likes getting out and talking to ceo's to see what they're really doing because of course business spending is going to determine whether this the.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I mean it's one of his concerns if you if you think to what the fed has their head towards bullard mr bullard we played a little bit assigned from him earlier he said it's just too soon to know what's going to happen but it could be a bumpy road but this is i mean there's a lovely line this morning who blinks first g jinping or donald trump icy i don't think it's a question of blinking i think this is just the art of his dave it may turn out to be that i mean we've seen trump's negotiating tactic seems to be to you you know speak loudly but carry a smaller stick when it comes to the actual policy so we'll see okay great stuff is just going to say thank you very much for being with us there are washington correspondent kathleen hunter joining us in the studio if you're just tuning in there's a relief rally it's at play here in the market you've got the us equity futures indicated high up six tenths of one percent on the s and p five hundred nasdaq trades up nearly one percent we're nearly there were trading for june at sixty six forty eight twenty four fearing ninety one there's a relief rally at play in the united states will at last it's called the kudlow kicker this is the bloomberg green business report the global race to develop batteries for electric cars is reaching deep into the pine forests of central sweden or doormat graphite mine is getting a new lease on life the mine was mothballed in two thousand one amid a slump in prices now canadian company leading edge materials is preparing to revive operations graphite described fewer headlines and other battery components like lithium and cobalt whose prices have surged in recent months but the carbon material makes up a large part of the raw material costs and what's different about graphite which is widely used in the steel industry to win slate furnaces and has historically been used pencils is that it's donna metal it can be made synthetically according to leading edge ceo blair way a twenty thousand dollar battery pack for tesla contains about twelve hundred dollars worth of graphite mostly of this variety by replacing some of the manmade graphite ecommerce with a pure natural honey form i just want to get that.

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"mr bullard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mr bullard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You got it no word yet guidon you'll right should nike well wring out the all clear are bringing a new competition the nike voting have all yeah by bringing in competition authority glee guilty the news may have grew huacho honest gildersleeve yeah thank you i would ready laughing at more competition cocoa ranking i wouldn't worry about mr bullard lacking catherine ruck marjorie glory of catherine likes him you're you're laughing at you have no problem mr gildersleeve murambinda it when i was court march i was faced with a very similar situation you a fellow named walling hawk lahti sort of light mario bronco until i pretended i like his girl then wally spraying back through like a rubber band so that's what you were up to weren't didn't it margiani any regrets or course not darling you may have something they're yasser the way i see it mr gildersleeve mr boards interested in miss milford because you are you rabin neighbor now if you pretend you're interested net vicky you'll try to reach out there he might that's his achilles heel louisville right after to his date wouldn't stooped to who wouldn't die camping leads a lake you've otherwise bullard vicky around the tables in that died cohen isn't that pom room love late nine you a lovely to it don't mind if i met two attentive not i've using psychology psychology he ever setting of bear traveler blunt what's his gilded safe area yeah i'm just wondering if the rare bags will be tickled by the pom oh you would think of that iraq martin lee a lot of fun at a party the the butler that remains to be seen you said he get bank your ruling you over there under the coconuts thank you and you hear vicky you're right you're a beautiful how more niara ladder you are not you're lovely big the word of the water commission drain pipe cazenove a miss nova your even more captivating tonight than you were this afternoon uh missed a few vicky is more captivating tonight in she's ever me uh and this view of duties as a nurse allow you much time poor recreation well i'm afraid i spent most of my time at the hospital uh huh uh how does a man in perfect health get admitted your hospital or other i'd be reviewed reach here the the charming ms chase today.

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