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"palumbo" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"The rest of the week will see endzone best group start to unravel as even as it expands into this six. and. So it doesn't feel too bad about it though because he's working on Christmas, he feels good with Memphis and creates the seeds for triple threat which eventually solidifies in week four in week three tyler convinces Danny is a problem. Bye Week Four. As I said, he creates the triple threat and he wins H. and pulls the trigger on creating his only alliance that doesn't involve cody, which is one with Christmas and Kevin. Both of whom he puts on the block. This never actually goes anywhere because after this week, he of forgets about it, but he ultimately takes case or out of the game because he's too much threat to the power structure that benefits ends up. We. Five, the Danny stuff is at its peak and cody may actually lose some power, which is not only great friends. But something he's been actively working toward however when Christmas? When's the edge in the following week? In. That week both tyler and Enzo take their foot off the pedal and allow her to target Bailey. This is where ends a loses whatever agency he had left in the game. So by week six, memphis approaches him about the wise guys which. Gives them that that that lifeline volts ends? Oh, back into the lead in his positioning but Memphis doesn't respect Enzo and he has no influence there whatsoever to make things worse will soon tell cody about Memphis plans putting the rains in cody hands once again by the triple fiction ends has been playing cody's game for. So long there's no escape and keeping Nicole just further volts him down a path where he needs to win competitions and he never does overall ends played an. Extremely impressive game, the social bonds and maneuvering that he performs are incredibly valuable and he's very skillful when he does. So He's the safest player all game long not because he's a joke and a goat because he position himself to be there it's not an easy thing to do at all. However strategically, he never had much poll and he couldn't dictate the game to move in his favor. He never really pushed hard enough for what he wanted, which is why his strategy to be safe. Is Such a double edged sword. And this is what we've talked about throughout the the the game recap here his real failure though is that he was never able to win any these endgame competitions which could have put him in a position to either make a move and take the win or at least win him some respect the respect that he had lost back with the jury. By by winning something by making a move or just having a little bit of power in the game. Now, if Enzo does end up winning this game counted as an extremely impressive performance only relying on luck right at the very end because up until this point again, he has been the safest player all game long. If. He if the only bit of lucky really relies on is, hey, cody needed to win that final three h h to take me because Nicole wouldn't. That's not bad at all fact I'd say that's easily one of the top. Wins. Ever. It's just a matter of getting those jury votes quite honestly. And he says as much on the feeds yesterday and I talked about it in the update today that if cody does win and take him to the end and then he wins the game, it really does extra validate his move in the triple a fiction to keep Nicole because it really helped pave pave the path to to win where he only needed to roll the dice once and they were stacked in his favor. So that is ends those game across the entire season wasn't better than Nicole's game. It's hard to say they played interesting like similar games that kind of mirror each other. Nicole tried to play a more aggressive game putting out fires creating fires. Targeting people pushing. Trying to influence the game Enzo played a more defensive game He's like a tower defense players something right? Like he set up a bunch of towers set up a bunch of pieces, and then he sat on them and then went out into the fields and bonded with everyone pretending that he wasn't really. A noble in the castle right. And they both were fairly successful up until week five and six where they both had their games crumble due to the influence of either the other one or just straight up cody who isolated them from the rest of their groups, their allies and. Forced them to work for him from that point forward both Enzo and Nicole were. Just. Working for cody to get through to the end and relying on him to take them there, which is why cody is in this position. So who who played a better game. It is tough. It is tough and I think it will probably come down to the jury. Now the jury loves Enzo they respect him they don't the problem is they don't respect they like him but they don't respect him or at least that's what it appears to be now. Again, take ENSO's game the entire game. And then remove the triple a fiction. Say Anybody but Memphis wins that H in the triple. A fiction Enzo never has to reveal that he was just a cody lackey all along and the jury who likes ends a lot can still pretend in their minds that the only reason endzone ever took a shot at cody because he couldn't couldn't win a competition, but he's so good socially that he was able to get to the end anyway. And then he wins the game based on that. It's a very impressive game with only one very small slight change in situation, right? So. That's pretty impressive whereas Nicole had to fight through a lot of situations where.
"palumbo" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"What? This this eats him. It's a little bug that gets inside of and he's like I can't believe Kim believing Deo. Why she so upset? Yeah I'm just trying to save Christmas your that's it. I'm just trying to make a move for myself you like why she upset about this? Yeah, and it's so annoying. Yeah that's it. He won't shut up about it all week long. This is so key to his personality and his game. He's such a people pleaser that it really gets him when he doesn't please people when people are upset with him and so this is really again going to hurt him because he needs day in the game and she wasn't that upset with him but he just really overreacts to her not having a great reaction. So Enzo and tyler talk about how they do trust day in Bay anymore and do you know what? This is bad because tyler wasn't trusting them because of all the day stuff the previous week cody wasn't trusting them nobody else in the group trusted them. Enza was the one keeping them all together, and now Enzo has a reason to go. You know what I'm not going to be I'm not going to stand in the way of everyone else anymore because days pissing me off to you know what I'll let you guys go out him I don't care days days is annoying. Right. So and on top of that day is now asking about this guy's lines thing where did that come from how come? She's all about this guy's Alliance things stop questioning me about the guys alliance. Yeah. Why doesn't she trust me Yo? In the problem is the day did trust Enzo but Day is a bit of a fact Checker to be fair. Now, we're going to take a quick break for our sponsors and.
"palumbo" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Enzo cool. Bailey tells Enzo about the alliance that Danny proposed. To Janelle. She's concerned that cody is going to choose Nicole and Danny over them. He says he shouldn't worry. There are plenty of people to get rid of I. End zone still trying to hold these groups together. He's doing his best. Day Says Day Asks David if he's in a guys alliance, he says Yes thinking team freeze. But he doesn't tell her who's in it. This is going to continue to wreck. ENSO's structure here day in Bay. Say maybe they should defect and vote him out. They talk with Janelle Christmas in case there about flipping votes. Vaughn then goes and tells Kevin that the vote might get split. Kevin Tells Danny Confronts Bailey about it Bailey John case or trying to flip things but she's not involved. Bailey asks if there's a boy's Alliance Danny. Says don't worry about it. Even if there is they're not gonNA turn on us. And in the meantime, Christmas is going to tell Tyler about the vote flip. Danny informs the rest of the group and they decide that if they wanNA keep Avon and Bailey from flipping and turning on them, they're going to have to lock something in further. And so the connect four expands to the slick six. In that consists of, of course, Cody Enzo Devan, Bailey Danny and tyler. So, this is not great for Enzo. He did not need the essentially what he's doing is he's combining his two brigade alliances I'm just swapping Nicola for Tyler and this is not great for him because it's pushing two groups together that shouldn't be pushed together they should have remained separate. And again, it's just it's not. It's not good for for is ideal positioning here. He didn't need Dave on Bailey to trust him more and so. It's not great. Tyler endzone cody, then though a formalized their trio. The sort of as a response to this slick sixth thing. They're now in a couple of alliances together. And so Tyler Enzo in cody or going to. The and this is really ends does prompting. Tyler he's the bandit the green eyed bandit cody is Zuko and I'm the MEOW. meow that's it. Yeah. Devan in Bailey decide that they can't go with Jon Allen case or just not solid enough the but they do think they got away with flipping. So they probably don't have to win the next H, h which again is bad or Enzo Nicole and Christmas agree that Enzo is more trustworthy than Memphis even though Enzo isn't even in the Committee Christmas is starting to like Enzo more and more all. Well, this is happening again, I want to keep reminding you that Enzo is just talking with people constantly mirroring them making them feel comfortable with him. Christmas is one of those people. Enzo. is told by CODY. That he trusts Christmas. More than Danny, day and Bay at this point and Bailey tells Christmas that They should probably start thinking about targeting some big players soon, Nicole. Anthony is then voted out by a ten to two vote with Kevin giving a sympathy vote and Enzo casting a rogue vote never really hear from Enzo, why he did this, but it's never really going to matter. Cody doesn't care about the vote Tyler is GonNa win the age. And Enzo is going to win the safety. Sweet. With the safety sweet Enzo Saves Christmas. I WanNa, pull her in Yo I wanna make her my my my side chick Yo. So, here's the thing. Enzo when he has power. Makes moves when he won the veto, he created the connect for when he won the safety. Sweet. He made a move to try and bond with Christmas to try and pull Christmas in. Now. This is great and so should be making moves but enzo social game relies on him, not making moves in an away and so when he visibly saves Christmas. KIND OF UPSET Steve Mon who felt like, Oh, I, thought I was your person why are you saving Christmas? And Enzo does not take it well, when people don't respond well to him and so is like the ultimate people pleaser he again he mirrors people he never wants to upset people. We see this later when Ian is on the block and campaigning to Enzo, and Enzo is like hey. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Break The news to that I'm not voting for him Yo. I'm going to do I'm going to do it right now and he goes into the room and he goes to Ian and he's like Hey Ian I'm not sure things are looking great for you. Any ends like no? No. If you vote for me I'm going to stay. Will you vote for me and he's like? Yeah Yeah. Oh. Yeah I think I think. We'll we'll. Yeah. We'll talk a little talk. Yeah. Yeah. He's he can't. He doesn't know how to. Break through that you know what I mean I he he's. He's. It's what makes him such an effective player it makes them. So safe is constantly keeping himself in the good graces of everyone in the house but because he's unable to really make people upset, he's not really making any big moves and so when he makes a move like saving Christmas, he makes Devan upset and he's not used to making people upset he's used to people liking him all the time and so one day von is like. Why. Did you do that? And I thought I was your person.
"palumbo" Discussed on Bad Science
"R. O. S. Sausalito so the website and share that with a brother of yours. No I think any Palumbo was taken and then I don't know that kind of came up and Danny. Yeah yes I mean. It's probably really sounds cool. There's another one on twitter. I mean I'm probably the cooler. WanNa Bruce Glory IOS. There's another one out there. Okay obviously bring Games is coming out on specific date unspecific. Listening to Spring Games is already out. And there's some really incredible oh episodes. They're all themed so each Monday. At nine. Eight central you can see on National Geographic Channel like basically all over the world. It's much you have to check it out and if you want to check got my podcasts. It's Talk Nerdy DOT COM DOT COM. There's a million ways to just google talk nerdy skeptics guide and yes same thing twitter and instagram at Care Maria. Yeah yes so there is all your shit. That's care with a C.. Because you can't see it because you're listening to me at Care Center. Maria on twitter and on instagram at there's Enron was taking some late to the party. There underscores on there but weirdly. I googled once and I. I think I'm the only Cara Santa Maria in America. which is we have a weird name right? So how's awesome. So maybe there's another one but she's not showing up on the lake census. Okay we'll You guys be Nice Nice on the Internet attack. The other the please don't no one's GonNa dachshund anybody. Mary Anti Joker yes. No of course follow both of these wonderful people. They're fantastic subscribe talk nerdy and watch brain games and we'll get back together for joker to and Pasta the. Oh my God if I would love to I'll bring the Mike and the preempt some headphones and we'll go to your place and we'll bring for folks I don't have you you don't you're all right. Yeah thanks that Signs is hosted and produced by me and Edinburgh Associated Producers. Emily Feld our editor. Is Lucas Bolinger and the executive pro dancing.
"palumbo" Discussed on Bad Science
"Waterbed science. I'm an Edinburgh and today we are talking about joker. It's the highest grossing rated R.. Film ever made which I didn't know until this morning very surprising. Yes the to shock people right in front of me I will introduce right now. First of all a comedian and writer Danny Palumbo up. Hey thanks for having me absolutely Danielle a food writer is that correct right like actual intelligence. Thanks wait a minute. What does that mean? I write about like chicken Parmesan okay. It's not but thank you so much. I I will tell you very welcome. I would prefer if half of this podcast was just about. You're gonNA love chicken parm. We can do it okay. Good so before we get into that. I want to introduce our other guest. She is a journalist. A science communicator and author Cara Santa Maria. Hi How's it going. How are you? I'm doing very well. Thanks for joining us. You also have a podcast in fact you were telling me you have to Putt guests. Yeah so I I have a podcast talk nerdy where I interview scientists every week or science writer and then I'm also the fifth rogue we call ourselves roads we're massive nerds skeptics guide to the universe so that show has been around for I think fourteen years now which is ancient podcast dinosaur. Pumpkin is and I've been on it for about five years with the guy is fantastic and you are also a field. Host for the reboot of Brain Games. Yes geographic new show. I mean old show new leave reimagined imagined okay so hosted by Keegan Michael Key. I'm the field correspondent and I drop some science on the show and also Lear Suchart. Who is the master mental EST as they they call the master meant? Why don't you have a cool title? Awesome so my background. I have a masters in neuroscience I was working neuroscientists for for several years. Now I've actually years later after doing all this work in science communication decided to go back to school and I'm a third year. PhD Student in Clinical Psychology Ecology relevant to this topic. Yes yeah and I see patients at the dumbest person in the room right now is always the bullet absolutely. Yeah Yeah big time asked me about sports and your opinion will change. I mean honestly. It's one of those things I feel like. We're maybe the more you know about sports. The number you are. I don't WanNa make that generalization. I feel like that might be true. I'm not sure it's like why do I know so many stats about basketball. It's not GonNa help me in life. It's not gonNA help me learn. I Bet you knowing those things has has actually helped you secured job before has helped you make brands. It's actually been a lubricant. Those suck guys are idiots. Man They are jerks. Okay but yeah we are talking about joker today. I had not seen this movie until yesterday. I think the same same thing. Okay and what. How did you guys feel when you first saw the movie? I'll start with you guys. Did you enjoy the movie. 'cause it was very hyped yet. It was so hyped and then I heard some things from different people like a lot of people. Like you're GONNA love it you're GonNa love it because of your background in science or or psychology and then I've heard from other people you're GONNA hate it you're gonNA hate it because like all the cells really loved this movie and it was the whole thing around that so I was interested and and I don't think it let me down. I think it's exactly what I expected it to be. Nothing more. Nothing less sort of. I think everyone kind of knew it would be a little uncomfortable right. I'm on twitter all day Mike. I'm on the Internet way too much so like this movie. Kinda got ruined a little bit early on I was like I'm not going to see it. Because everyone has an opinion about it I would just rather think about something else. Chicken Farm uh-huh farm sports stats so I was like you know. And then I I didn't watch until you assigned as homework. I enjoyed it as a fan of like even been sort of like a a comic book movies and stuff like Batman I was like Oh this is a good iteration of that. Yes there were some things where I was like. Oh I I like what they did with the Wayne family and like you know of course they would be rich assholes right. I kind of like that aspect of it but I'd be very uncomfortable also but I you know I did enjoy it. I like movies that make them feel a little uncomfortable. Chirpy Yeah I off and I think it has to be said that walking Phoenix's performance is really. What carries is this film right? I mean he was just absolutely tremendous cannot take your eyes off him and I signed was let down a little bit from the movie but then also really excited and thought it was like super unique that this was a quote unquote like Superhero movie. Because he's like a villain in the Superhero universe but felt like a real movie like a real guy real life Yup dark British film and I hope that because it's so successful they keep making this kind of lower budget superhero right as opposed to sort of what marvel did in. Yes see. That's what I was going into like. Well this is still better than like shelvin another marvel character down our throats worried you know every step and beat. That's going to happen in the movie. I'm GonNa Lisa's challenging something. Something Yeah Fair. I think the anti hero character of joker allows for that more than some of these other like. If you have a superhero who has to be able to fly. We're like transform into a hulk like I think you have to show people that in the movie and that's probably why so many comic book movies lend themselves to these like big budget lots of CG joker didn't didn't require that but like you guys. I think that's why I liked it more because unlike you I actually like legit. Hey comic book movies. It's not I'm not really into fantasy films or Lake Superhero films that much. I'm much more into like think-i gritty like and so. I think this movie really sat well with me but also I think because as of that it was like it was good. It was good but it wasn't like mind blowing to me because I watch movies like this all the time where people who expected a comic book movie they were like Lanese. That's why I like Batman. He's grounded in a little more in reality. You have power and joker works as an origin story for or Batman to which I thought was cool. Although that auditing idiot.
"palumbo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"AJ Palumbo yeah I watch lebron and that Saint Vincent saying Sarah what was it savings and say merece I watching gives a merry's against not Pennsylvania all stars the entire state of Pennsylvania played against just lebron high school which is now his business team yeah I watched that which is sold out that arena was sold out if those kids were to put together some sort of all started for somebody that they can sell tickets all over the place they can prepare they get NBA scouts are Brian XMB approaches Jim Rome and ends up like to be in trouble now I think there's a benefit to going on learning from the great coaches apology no I think she's actually is lost one of the still got it but I think there's some benefits of going to college but I think it's only matter time for these entrepreneurs in these kids that dominate social media and the content game break their own thing and go sell tickets everywhere at the ball family gave it a dell I think they were just too insufferable the dad was George suffer more for me to get on board with that but I think at some point that's going to happen well it's just so short sighted to that like these kids can't take some money to like get a meal or like you know in license case like tuition for high school and mark adverts making four million dollars a year it's like well you know there's there's got to be some give and take there I mean you're never going to win if that's the case yeah because I know a lot of team mates of mine that they want to West Virginia they came straight out of the streets we're talking about guys that sold drugs we're talking about guys that come from parts of neighborhoods that you only hear about in documentaries and movies if you don't live there were gangs Ron everything and got his only hope we're sports in our family can provide them with damn near anything and then they get to school and you get a you get a scholarship check but that's core subject is only for your housing in your food right so these guys if they want to do anything with their life they really can't because they can't ask for money from anybody unless they're asking money from the wall right ever drug dealers back home or whatever it is because their families don't have any money if they want to get money from booze like Reggie bush not somebody ready must remain a ride donors background what if they were to get money for somebody to live in a nice apartment a nice place to dispose of junk check in to go shopping to do all these things wow they're earning West Virginia University in these universities millions and millions of dollars it's very hard to still be inside where it's like they they should be able to do that nope they they should know better that when they signed that scholarship and they got that education that's really going to take a boring life because then you're focused on a really good degree because they don't have what Paul ten hours a day every single day so they can really focus on becoming doctors and engineers things are really Pam inception slash degrees because they come from an education from everywhere the damn anyways so these guys barely know how to do anything in great street smarts great common sense we're talking about the a book smart things like that these guys have that opportunity so whenever they get a hand out now in some ways like not getting the hell out here you can't do that are like it's like are you really trying to help people are you just trying to help yourself and that's the question a lot of people ask the NC double a I think I think it's very easy to see how people think that if you're outside looking in but for me in my experience and the guys that I got to be friends and play football with and see where they come from and meet their families and see what they've gone back to because they didn't make it to the NFL it's something where I just find it very hard to still be on the side where you think that they should be able to get a little bit of assistance well said very well absolutely well said what we do here what we do here are we gonna get to a break I believe my airports are dying confidentially donning computers dine but we will wrap up this hour two of these feel good Friday December twentieth with Biggs's walks next franchise Roger you last backed in all of the things that we could potentially dive into I think we even try another phone call yeah you're listening to Pat McAfee show you're the absolute greatest ASEAN.
Searching For a Lost Maya City
"We have contributing correspondent lizzie wade and she went on a hunt for a lost city high lizzy hazara. Can you talk a little bit about your journey of course so we met up in a city called kami thanh in campus and then we drove about seven hours to part of the mexican guatemala border order. That's a little corner that we were staying at this eco lodge. We had guides from that eco lodge who took us into the reserve montessori so we went up i in a motorboat for a few hours when we set up a base camp but basically from there we were kayaking and hiking in the jungle and it was extraordinarily difficult. If there is no trails carved the guides would michetti through through the jungle but everything has fines. Everything is so different from each other. There's so much information and all the plants are so yeah heterogeneous and there's just like so much stuff around you that it's hard to even interpret individual things who is very easy to grab onto a tree that was covered in spines and not really even realize until your hand was also covered in spines they had to cut every out of the way every step i've been in some pretty remote places before but never a place where humans really hadn't been for for decades or potentially centuries and that was very very hard and it felt like the environment was just pushing us pushing pushing us out you know and making it impossible in the rivers were also completely covered in in brush and had to be the machete from the kayaks and late. It was really intense okay. Should i spoil it. Say whether or not you found missing city yeah i mean i think it's hard to talk about it. If we don't say what happened yes so spoilers. You did not find a long last jedi. Wha- what were you looking for. I went to chapas mexico wisdom archaeologist gal just who were looking for a city called sock belong which was the capital of the condone my there's two groups named <unk> condone one one exists today and one is pre columbian maya group when we were looking for this previous maya groups last capital sok-bom means the white jaguar and the lacandon built it basically to hide from spanish invaders which say successfully did for over over two hundred years. Wow what what's the timeline here and i guess i should ask. What century are we him. Yes so the spanish i come to mexico coach central mexico in the early fifteen twenties so to not mind which is now mexico city the aztec capital falls in fifteen twenty one and that's a pretty straightforward holmquest story aztecs were an empire the spanish also empire or wanted to be so they over that all that outland but when you get to the maya world. It's really really different because there's not really a centralized control. Every city is independent of each other and they're all in this elaborate web of allies and enemies. This finished can't come in conquer one city like <unk> or whatever and then everything passes is to them. They have to do it one at a time getting back to this missing city sock belong the lack unknown live there but they didn't always live there. They actually remove their city to this harder define location yeah though i condone lived on this island in lake miramar which is also a a were attacked by the spanish at least once. Maybe a couple of times. I can't quite remember and they had held out but they knew they weren't going to be able to do that forever. So preemptively the late fifteen hundreds they pack up move really deep into the jungle and built this other city called soccer mom but eventually cycle was taken by <hes> the spanish. Can you talk about how that happened by this point. It's the sixteen ninety s the english colonies in the u._s. Are firmly established at this point. I think harvard university has has been founded. This is very much the world we live in now most of the quote unquote conquest that are going on right now are not huge military invasions asians. It's more proselytizing so these two priests are like we have to convert the people of south <unk> devoted to the idea they hire these local maya ed guides who lead them around in circles for five months without them realizing it because the local mayor are so scared of sock belong like the people insect belong have been rating other my <hes> months and months go by of them just like walking around in circles and then finally they realized some things going on and they hired the leader of another local niagara and we don't really know what his motivation was but if you think of the condone being scary and potentially having attacked this town. This guy may have been like whatever ver- enough with this he takes a spanish. They're it's mostly diplomatic. They're not immediately killed. As previous spanish visitors were they convince serve a retinue of the lacombe leaders to come with them to sit in guatemala for more diplomacy basically but on the way they are on the way back almost all <unk> die get sick and die and it sort of clap says and there's not like a big battle this vantage descend on this town of a couple left one hundred thousand of their soldiers and their allied mike holders cycle. I'm gives really easily at that point and then it is is a spanish town for another fifteen twenty years and then everyone is relocated to closer to the pacific coast of water malla which was part of the the spanish colonial policy of it's called reducing might communities so murray by out of where they've always lived in make them live in his new communities where they easier easier control was surprises me then after all of those events is that the location of sack llamas not known yeah. No it surprised me too because it is done some spanish maps. I mean these are like seventeen hundred maps or not satellite abs- you know it was connected to the spanish world for a while but only only for pretty short time so they didn't really have a huge investment in the place when they move people out the jungle stays the jungle like there's not a huge amount of clear cutting so today the location of sucked plum is within this national park in mexico monsoon ways and it's considered an extremely extremely remote part of mexico. There are no trails no roads. Nobody's allowed to live there while you went with a group of archaeologists to try and visit this lost city what what made them think that they could find it and be what would they get out of finding it despite them existing for overlapping with the spanish colonial state for a couple of centuries. There's really no information about what it was like to live in sok-bom or any of the other independent my capitals that existed existed around this time sochua wasn't the only one was but it was the second to last two to be conquered. They wanna know who they were trading with. How connected they were to the outside world. How not connected they were headed they do this. How did they live in such isolation for so long so the reason they thought they could find it is or the method breath <unk>. They used was looking at the spanish documents from the time. After sokolow had been conquered. 'em spanish visitors would go and then they would go other places they would record their roots and how long it took them to travel to different landmarks lakes or rivers or another town's so you can construct a possible zabul arc of locations of the city and basically we were trying to get as close to that as possible so you have your starting point and then they ceo we traveled for seven days you know about how far they went in a circle exactly he's going to be on size herbal and not the other like you can make some inferences and they didn't record it in kilometers or anything that ban measure of distance we would use so you'd have to estimate how far they could walk in a day and it's quite fuzzy but it's a starting point you do have a description of what the spanish a how described cycle on when they arrived yeah it is about a hundred houses which primative adobe so they will not have survived until now there were three community buildings not quite temples but like city halls and those would have had stone foundations and that's what the archaeologists are interested in finding the region today is known for scarlet macaws the sort of iconic red parrots and apparently condone had semi domesticated them in every day at five p._m. They would fly out of the forest land on all the houses and the spanish. I thought that was amazing and so do i do feel like you were able to keep the same pace as the people who had traveled to suck palumbo for you know when you're looking at a previous trips yeah. It's hard to say i mean we weren't hearing oliver stuff. They would have been like did set up base camps. They probably would have been wearing stuff that was really tough to walk around and you know like lots of wool and potentially metal. This is not easy for them either. That was one of the major her things. I was thinking about in the jungle. I don't really care about the spanish confuses blake we i think we pay far too much attention to their experience in history because they're the ones who who got to write it but i was really taken aback by how similar are experience would have been there because of course a lot. Condone knew what they were doing and like we it ends so we we have we were much more similar to the spanish and i felt like if you have a city a few hundred people hiding out in the jungle against a globalizing belies ing empire like it's only a matter of time until they will be found and incorporated into that empire came away thinking that that really wasn't true at all. Oh it was so hard to do this that the conquest of cyclamen basically every other place in the americas was basically the historical accident and a fluke luke. The conquistadors had to rely on locals to help them find the city. Do you think that that's something that the archaeologists are gonna pursue while help was doc vital for the spanish and vital for y'all just now the ones sort of discovery quote unquote that they were able to make on this trip was the classic period read my it ruins which is a thousand years before sock bolom would have been founded but this town in the region knew about some ruins in this little patrick forest that they protect the reserve and they took the archaeologist they are in. It was really amazing. I mean i've seen a lot of unexcavated archeological sites in this was really special one and they never would have known it was there of the local people hadn't been willing to trust them and and tell them about it was tackle on the hard part is that nobody lives in monte. Sicily's there are people who go in there like their firefighters who might know the reserve. There are people who have lived there as refugees like from the guatemalan civil war are a lot of people took refuge there. There are people who know montezuma's ways a little bit better than average person in chapas but because has nobody lives in it. It's just so hard to find those people in it so hard to find the help that you really need to be able to do efficient archaeology. Let's say how far did you travel in all of this. I think we kayaked ninety kilometers in four days. This is a round trip so we went up river forty five kilometers that was already from the base camp. I think a lot of kayaking on in my life the walking was it was really shocking. How slow the walking. It was about a kilometer an hour which you know if i'm walking in a city i go ten minutes. You know the walking. I think it was like eight kilometers things hype it was it was it was not very long but it felt like we climbed mount everest. A lot of archaeology is don don with lighter these days using radar from planes to find hidden structures. Would that be helpful here in this area. It could potentially work. I think it it'd be really great to do it over months away. I know the archaeologist would love to do that to national geographic funded this huge light our survey of a very similar place in guatemala all and it revealed tens of thousands of of structures that archaeologists didn't know about the thing about lighter is that it's pretty expensive <hes> and it takes a lot of coordination and also when you do light. Are you still have to go out to the potential site and see it so it doesn't totally save you from the explorer our jungle adventure that we that we had one of these archaeologists going to do next. Are they going to go back. They are going to go back which i found a little bit mind boggling wing but they're really committed to exploring this area of chapas <unk> swiss and what stood was a give them some information about how how fast the spanish could travel like. Maybe it was a little slower than we thought. Maybe dot com is closer to these landmarks. If you have to go so slow a lot of the information on the satellite maps about the exact routes of the rivers turned out not to be totally right so it made making a more accurate map much easier and i think the most important thing it did probably was bringing these archaeologist in closer contact with the communities down there both the communities who who live in the towns and the guides themselves who know the reserve very well it takes a lot of work to to build a kind of trust you need to have people both agreed to show you what they know especially since archaeology in mexico as in so many places is often connected to the state and official narratives of off the country and potentially land expropriation and things like that people can be very wary of archaeologists for pretty good historical reasons yeah yea so you know you really have to spend a lot of time. They're showing them that you care about these places and you care about the current people's connection to those places in you're going to respect. That's
"palumbo" Discussed on High and Mighty
"And they're like, we need you to up your Instagram for our like that, like, I hate my second deal with Instagram that can deal with, and I actually become an maybe it's, that's what makes it even sadder. Is that since it's just photos? It's become sort of more popular and easier and it's oh. Oh. I understand. Yeah. Yeah. That's kind of a weird way to think I don't want to read on eighty carry two hundred character was time for that shit. Danny, thank you so much coming on mighty man. This is a great chance at into foods. We I mean food is, it's too general. Yeah. Yeah. We did. We did early could fuck in digging for hours. Yeah. Fuck, I'm so jealous. You're hanging out with Phil. That's great. Enjoy him. Everybody feed. Everybody feel. Yeah. That's who I went to Chengdu taste with this the first time I tried San Gabriel valley. We'll say what I love so much about that guy. Just be maybe something on a positive note is that like watching everyone's reaction to that show up front was like who so many people are assholes, and they who cares. Dummies is going through. And then and then slowly. Everyone was like go away. No, it's amazing. No, it's great fills pure like this. He's like me session that he is like a multimillionaire times over. And also, the creator of everybody loves Raymond, which is why, but then also find out low key, he's like invested in a bunch of LA restaurants to, like he's like, it's awesome. Cares about the scene that much, and he's helping people like launch restaurants. Yeah. It's fucking awesome. I love it. That's, that's the perfect example of like a second life in the business where he's managed to fucking strike. Lightening strike gold with fuck in everybody loves, Raymond. And I made a bunch of money. And he's like, well, what am I gonna do make make another show? Really like food and there's just like, yeah, starting investing in it's going to restaurants. Good litmus test to it's like, oh, do you hate Phil urine asshole? Yeah. Feel lisa. I understand if you're like I don't like watching food shows. But like if your trucks is the giants sweetie, who makes dad jokes time, showing you amazing food fuck you check out somebody feed. Phil, danny. To do anything you wanna plug? It was social media. Please follow me on Instagram or unfiled me, and give me a reason to get rid of. Websites, Palumbo dot com. I keep I keep show dates there. And I try to post stuff I right? And that's where people could catch your articles. Twitter is the grandma. I'm always posting that stuff. And that's all Palumbo all Palumbo across the board. Yes. Palumbo random, bro. You gotta have it. I'm at Gabor's all social media. I get it. Anything else coming up this episode might not come out for a few weeks ago now doing album and Austin may thirty first oh hell comes up before then. And if it comes out before, then buy tickets if this comes out after may thirty I get the album when it drops. And I'll tweet out your album when it comes out to of course, fuck, I promised you on this episode. It's it's been recorded. All right. Should heads at Gabor's social media listening to action boys on patriot action boys dot biz boys with z is also with Z raise my TV on Stitcher premium and by shit heads. I. That was a head gum podcast..
"palumbo" Discussed on High and Mighty
"High and mighty. It's me your boy. The number one, the number one buck Ma Johnny, gee. All you gotta do is trust me. Joining me in the Heidi studios is my nearly silent co-host Arthur Gabor's. Arthur, give them a shout out. Also joining me in the Hyde mighty studios. First time guest bene- fan of his for a hot minute. Now guys got Danny Palumbo in here. Thanks for having me, man. Oh, please doing fine with that last name. Whereas there for Palumbo, Danny I was saying to Danny before we start recording that he has an improv scene name in that. Like, if you're like listing students in a class, you go any Palumbo get up. You're next. Yeah. It's something you're making up off the top of your head. Does a lot of there's a lot of valid. That's why it's so fucking fun. Yeah, there's a lot of Valles and has it sounds like a famous name, but famous no raid off midler. Yeah. Close. What's the mo-, okay? Because like up like you east coast. Right. Yeah. Pittsburgh area, just the Italian are so. Oh, G G resent. No, I worked for got him. G g Zana once that is cartoonish Lee Italian that was like everyone, Mike Vaki. Oh, Morris of Instagram. I'm trying to think I worked with a poly Longo bardy. Once I was like, that's fine. We had we had, like three different. Piccolo. Mccarey ellos size. They were two different names. People would get mad. If you got also Adolf, Rato shadow to Ed Alfred, oh, and Newcastle Pennsylvania right now. My boy, Ed. It's a pretty good name also afraid of like a real Italian, last name Enitel, Ian first name. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Alfred alfredo. Yeah. Cuvee s PS names. Goofy is also the name, Danny is like east coast like Danny yon, Mike shirt names, like it's just like the standard white kids, exactly Catholic boy. Pluses loves his mom too much every waking, I knew was named like Chris Mike Danny, rob. You know, like just John, obviously, rob. And that's why I think so many east coast kids end up going by their last names for like life. Yes, it is such a men to always be like, oh, yeah. Palumbo is coming overlay to do the podcast. Yeah, absolutely also. Yeah surprising number of women. Also, call me Palumbo instinctual. It's a fun name name you, right?.
"palumbo" Discussed on KOMO
"Judy's Erzen says this allows them to strike agreements with individual drugmakers that set the state's costs, based on how well the drug works person doesn't go into hospital K one way. And if they you go into the hospital, we pay a lower rate, or if someone has a disease that they end up on a ventilator, gourmet, and destroyed prevents tax. We pay a gif Orential fi the first of these deals with ABC VS part of the governor's order to a radical hepatitis C from our state with a spending cap set. And additional quantities of the drug at a very low cost doctors Erzen says it's too soon to say how much we'll save. But she says it will be substantial. Ryan Harris, KOMO news, transboundary mining US, senators from four western states are raising the issue. Komo's Bill O'neil. Explain Washington, Democrats Maria Cantwell, and Patty Murray, both signed onto a letter to the BBC premier calling for standards on oversight and accountability for projects on the Canadian side of the border. That letter was also signed. By senators from Alaska, Idaho and Montana. The senators say their goal is to protect the headwaters of waterways that are shared by the two countries Bill O'neil, KOMO news. Democratic Senator guy Palumbo tried to get fellow Democrats on board with his Bill to level the playing field. So charter school students could receive local Levy dollars. It is anywhere between nineteen hundred dollars and forty two hundred dollars per kid per year. That's a huge hit for charter school. That also must pay building an operational costs that public schools don't have to cover themselves sore academy charter school, serving two hundred and twenty children in Tacoma had already announced its closure due to lack of money lady Washington returns to the fos- waterway seaport into coma, the.
"palumbo" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"That's a separate kind of competition, the pitchers involved in a homerun derby, but yeah. And Bumgarner is just so big, and so strong. It'd be fun to watch all the time. Yeah. And we got this great tweet when I sent out the question about the derby this morning. Excuse me. I've mispronounce his name show. Sh others Kleinman tweeted at us and said he nominates the Orioles pitching staff to be on the other side of this. What do you think for the homerun derby? That that was. All right. I'm sure you, did you watch some of the yes, you're is you watch some of the outfielders for the Orioles after a ball when over the center field wall. They just would collapse against the wall as if to suggest, you know, uncle can we just stop the madness here? This is depressing. Yeah. It's depressing. And we only have four more months ago on maybe three years after that, as long as we're going negative. Let's talk about the nationals day Martinez. Yesterday's the nationals bullpen blew another game. This is what happened give a listen after how Kendrick argued about a check swing. He was elected from the game. The day Martinez came out of the nationals dugout. And there goes the skipper. Get your money's worth now Davey. There goes tap after kicks dirt on home plate. And he pursues, Bruce Dreckman. Just ask for help. It's always asking is ask for some help down there. Gucci Palumbo coming down the line. A lot of frustration right there in the NAT skip reconsidered understandably. Yeah. So that was Bob carpenter. Santangelo describing day Martinez. He covered up home plate. Kick dirt on own played. He threw his hat the whole thing. Curl. I was watching this live. And I thought he came out of the dugout with the way, the nationals are going, you know they get swept by the Mets and a four game series. I thought for sure he was going to get a jetted. It was going to be like, you know what? I'm just going to let them have it. And Dave Martinez is you. And I know is probably the most positive person you ever want to meet in your life. But even for him at this point, it's got to be like, are you kidding me? And there's all this conversation about whether or not, he's going to get fired Thomas Boswell, the columnist for the Washington Post wrote the other day that, you know what he's a terrific person. But he really shouldn't be a manager in, in Tom's opinion. I don't know what that would solve. I get it. I get it. It's kind like with Mickey Callaway yours. Yeah. Let's do managers bringing creek Kimber with them in a variety of other bullpen arms, not a manager issue. I mean they historically loss games here with the bullpen construction that they have and to his credit to his dying credit. He continues to say I think we have the people here. We just gotta find the right ones. But yeah, it, it clearly is, is apparent that he's not going to be one of the right ones to make those decisions. And to me, the question, then becomes, you know, whether it's just him that goes, or is the ownership group willing to knowledge that as, as Mike Rizzo has built this team into the power that they are. They've, they've not been able to take that next step. And here's another season in which I think today, you can say feels like they ain't gonna take that next step again. And you know, that's really to me where this conversation goes, because I think everybody acknowledges, this is not a managerial alone issue. No. And you. Reference, the bullpen Paulin bikinis Ford this number from the last sports bureau. The nationals ERA for the rotation to this point is three point eight nine..
Hundreds killed in coordinated blasts targeting churches and hotels on Easter
"At least two hundred people have been killed and hundreds more wounded in eight blasts across Sri Lanka, the coordinated bombings targeted luxury, hotels and churches in the country. Joining us now to discuss the latest news journalist, Lisa Fulla who joins us from Colombo. Lisa. What have you seen there on the ground during the day today? It was complete chaos Palumbo. This is not something that anybody with expecting. She Lanka hadn't seen this level of violence and civil war ended ten years ago. And even then something like this is never happened in Colombo. So I think people just were completely shocked. There's no warning for this type of incident. Have you been able to speak to any of the victims would have they've been telling you. They have been telling me, they don't know what happened that last thing to go off in the restaurants the hotels, so. Was while people were having breakfast in the morning, so mostly char? And then they said all of a sudden they woke up in the hospital, and that was really how they remember. There was a another bombing and Becca low in eastern Sri Lanka, and I talked to a nurse who is right outside the church when it was lasted. And she said there were children who were right near the bomber and show their children getting thrown out of the church when the blast went on. Of course, it's Easter Sunday. And I understand no group is taken responsibility for the attacks. But treeline link defense minister has said that the culprits were religious extremists. What does that mean, you know? So I mean the day a lot of speculation. And a lot of news that ended up being false was from a letter that have been forged. So I mean, the most recent information that I have is that they were Sri Lankan they were from one group, but I've not been provided with any more information from the government not seven people have been arrested so far. Can you give us some background in Sri Lanka? You know? There was a long civil war there which ended in two thousand nine what is the context for this? Yeah. The to ten years ago on that was between a separate group called the Tamil Tigers, and the September are ethnic minority and the majority Buddhists population dominates the government against that. There's also a Muslim minority in the country and the war ended Muslim faith a lot of discrimination in the country. And there is of course, the Christian minority which was targeted in these attacks at least partially with the church and their reaction to this. I mean, any ideas about why that they they were in the crosshairs. Yeah. Christian are are both hamels. And there's actually a lot of talk about on discrimination against Christians in the last week because there was an incident in a town called honor out of four where sort of gang for stone. The church while they were trying to hold services, and we've seen a lot of those types of incidents consistently throughout the last years, but just very both low levels of violence like a one person those attacks have been mainly carried out by a Buddha. I'm business extremist sort of thing groups that have sponsored the attacks against
"palumbo" Discussed on KTRH
"Great to have you Palumbo. Welcome to the program. Hey, I'm really happy to be here. Mega unemployment did us from California. The only place where they still have unemployment because they have over regulation. Hey, listen, I'm calling you as a supervisor I survived the great government shutdown of nineteen ninety four ninety five. I survi- the twenty nineteen ninety shut down the ninety five shutdown the twenty thirteen shutdown the twenty eight shut shutdown. I survived them all your the government shutdown. There's only a slow down a government slowdown of sixteen percent of the government. And it's very survivable. Stop calling you to shut down and start calling. It a slow down. I like the way you're thinking about you know, because seventy percent of the government has been funded all the way through all of next year seventy percents already paid for. But I love this. I survived the government shutdown. That's a great perspective on this. Because the actual portrayal of a government shutdown is panic and chaos and some people might not make it. Some people are going to incur such difficulties such chaos and may suffer real heart. That's the image that goes behind these government shutdown. You can't get by without your government up and running the fact that these threatened shutdowns seem to have that kind of political benefit really frosts me the idea that people can't get by when the government's not open. I mean half the time what our government working hours anyway. The fact that the the government gets shut down so many times during the course of the year, they shut themselves down if there's a couple of inches of snow for crying out loud. And nobody panics then. But you get the drive by media backing up the democrat party in one of their political agendas, and a government shutdown could mean end of life for certain people, it could mean end of benefits for certain people. Speaking of which. Story here on how we have really curtail the food snap rolls, and I'm gonna tell you. Here's the headline three point five million people drop off food stamps under Trump. This is the kind of thing that not that long ago. Would be really herald. Did it would be really celebrated? It would be something. Remarkably good to have happened to people in the country. Three and a half people no longer needing food stamps would translate into three and a half million people. Finding work becoming productive becoming self reliant. An undertaking daily responsibilities of life and benefiting from citizenship in the United States of America, three and a half million people. Now, not no longer needing food stamps. It's a shame. It's too bad that we now cannot celebrate things like this. Now, we can barely get it mentioned. In a political sense is really bad news for the left. And so nobody's going to know about it. They'll do all they can to get power and reverse the trend. They don't want people dropping off food stamps. This is not good news for them. But I'm here to tell you it wasn't that long ago that a headline like this would have made people stand up and cheer feel great about their country. One of the objectives was to get people off of welfare to get people off of. Government benefits your life is much better. When you're providing for yourself when you're not dependent on people. You don't even know. Now, it's a story that's buried even in my stack. I have to make a specific point of finding but it used to be not that long ago. It would have been tremendous celebratory news and a political benefit for whichever administration was in office when it happened. But wash Limbaugh radio program will continue. Rush Limbaugh annoying. The left coast to coast on the network. Houston. Sounds good..
What investors can expect after the election: A "relief" rally
"Years in the year of the the midterm elections. Believe it or not it is stocks have gone up eighteen out of eighteen midterm election years since World War Two and the average gain has been seventeen percent. Now does that mean that that's going to happen again this year? It doesn't mean that. But but that is an awfully impressive statistics, south people. That are worried about whether the house goes one way or the other if the Santa, you know, we're going to be fine. And what's going to be more important is what happens with trade touches with China. What happens with our macro economic numbers, which have been very good. So those things this election really is not going to affect the whole lot. And so you know, it makes for great TV. It makes for great discussion. People are very emotional on both sides. But. But in the end, I think gridlock if that's what does happen it appeared. That's what's going to happen at least economically it should be fine. Does gridlock actually help investors number one because you're less likely to see change? And of course, changes something that often investors don't like and number two. Are they kind of happy with how things have gone? And so if there's gridlock, it's probably just going to stay status quo or the right? I think whether you're Republican or democrat or neutral, I think you are quietly pretty happy the way things are going right now, whether you want to attribute that to a president or congress or really work should be attributed to which is to our entrepreneurs and this nation that that drive the economy that was those are the people that really are are making things. Good. So yeah, I think that a gridlock. Congress actually ends up being being good for for the reason, you you did state which is that a lot of times not that much change happens and. And a lot of times governments make changes and make moves that that maybe aren't so good. And and when when you have a gridlock situation, you have both sides, maybe have to work together a little more. And so the legislation that does come through is bipartisan, which generally is better. So I think that in general that that that gridlock is going to be it's going to be good for the markets. So what's your advice? Wait and see move in some direction. What do you think? I was just on with you guys a few few business days ago, and I had vacated getting buying some of these tech stocks that have sold off. I also think the financials are good are good area. So, you know, I think that there's they've most of these names are still tend to thirty percent off their highs. And this is a good time to add to position to or to to start initiative up position in in a real good name that that I could techniques. I advocate I in video which is a name that I'm personally long in full disclosure. I think that's a great stock. But yet right now is a good time. I think to reload a little bit of long positions b because I do think that that wants this election is over we are more likely to rally than to not just based on history. And based on what I've seen you know, what I've seen in the recent past. It is a better bet to to say we're gonna rally after this. So my my best guess is that? Being long after this election would be a positive. That's Michael Palumbo. The manager of the TNT perseverance fund and author of the book calculated risk here in Chicago. Thanks, Michael still ahead on travel Tuesday. How politics and regulation
Princess Eugenie weds tequila brand ambassador at Windsor Castle
"Rose fans cheered for Princess Eugenie as she emerged from Saint George's chapel at Windsor Castle after marrying Jack Brooks spank her Peter Palumbo designed wedding. Dress got a lot of the attention with its low cut back revealing scars from her surgery at the age of twelve to correct or curvature of the spine Buckingham Palace. Says Eugenie wanted to pay tribute to the hospital staff who treated her as well as others who suffer from scoliosis. Deborah Rodriguez CBS new she is the younger daughter for Prince, Andrew and Sarah, Ferguson. The groom works for tequila company. That's co founded by George Clooney, and yeah, they did put him in charge of the drinks at the reception. It's
FCC report found no 'favoritism' on proposed Sinclair deal
"FCC. Charity pie says he's Leased with an inspector general's report finding. That he did not show bias towards Sinclair, broadcasting in nearly. Four billion dollar offer to acquire Tribune media Sinclair had hoped to acquire Tribune's. Forty two TV station and cable network WGN America but the deal was scuttled after the Republican led FCC question whether Sinclair was. Forthcoming about plans to sell off some, of the, stations
In final letter, McCain says he "lived and died a proud American"
"In a final letter to. The country Senator John McCain of Arizona. Expressed his deep, gratitude and love of country also offered words of wisdom to. His fellow Americans became letter was read by his former presidential campaign, manager at a press briefing in. Phoenix today I lived and died a proud American We are citizens of the world's greatest Republic a nation of ideals not blood. And soil we are blessed and are a blessing to humanity when we uphold and advance those ideals became died over the weekend. After a fight with brain cancer about current politics he wrote do, not despair of our current political difficulties but believe always in the promise in greatness of America became alliance state at the state capitol and the US capitol in Washington for his burial Sunday at the US naval academy John McCain was eighty one
"palumbo" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"We just say that. Big frauds read the article in the Washington Examiner taste very good along with the axios piece. I mentioned before, very, very good. By the way, have another great piece in the show today by a resident, the bunker, Matt Palumbo, Bongino dot com entirely debunking the myth that this, that this stock I missed stock into that this Trump stock market surge is some kind of global phenomenon. It's not true. It is a United States phenomenon and Paul Krugman and other liberals are starting to suggest Joe, oh, you know what? Stocks are just going up because we're going up all around the world is going to do it Trump. Now when you correct, and you hedge for the currency fluctuations. You'll see the United States is far far ahead of the rest of the world. You're an idiot. Is that threat snippy? Yeah, dude, I love you. Brother. You are the greatest the I did not tell him to. I love that you play that again, you're an idiot. I love that show. That was my favorite. My new favorite show is teen titans. Oh, by the way, t I love teen titans, Idaho mccartan. I love it. I I was watching bro. Pakalitha this weekend. We gotta eat the Broberg sick, bro there at the bro, bro mountain Abib rose. And they read the motto in Latin at the bottom. Abro is not a bro without Bros. it's if you don't watch team tied, you don't know what you're missing cigarette. His show. I know. I'm sorry for a guy who went to college for eight years and not into Chris Farley. Like I actually had to graduate degrees, believe it or not. I am surprisingly mentally stimulated by two. It's so funny, read in stimpy was another favorite of mine. But again, read that story of it's really good. And yes, the stock market is not a global phenomenon. The stock market is the surgeon it, and I'm not giving Trump all the credit for that. I don't not because I don't like Trump because listen, this is American entrepreneurs doing this. Trump has created a good, fertile battlefield, but what you correct for currency fluctuations. You'll see all the charts where they show look, the world's stock market's going up to all of a sudden eight diverged show. When you correct for the strength of the dollar and the weakness of the dollar points, it's clear that the United States since Trump was elected, their stock market's on fire. The rest of the world, not so much. Read the piece. The charts are hard to miss. All right. You know, we're firing through this today. I got a little tired puts morning, but now I'm really like I'm into this. All right today. He's show also brought to you by, but he's at wax Rx. I love my sponsors. This is a product I use all the time. I love it. I usually use it after I get a haircut, sometimes I get a little like hairs into your ear, and it drives me crazy one of the best ways to clean your ears wax Rx. I could've used it when my last line of work as well. When I was an agent because use that earpiece, you stick it in there all day and I had wax problems at my year. I wish I would've known about this sooner. Listen, it's not the sexiest product to talk about wax Rx, but as I've told you, I had to deal with your wax buildup because of the world day in my prior line of work, this is a customer of you. I saw from them and I had to share it with you, and it shows what the product can do to help everyday people.
"palumbo" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Pregnancy clinic, ministries CEO, Pamela Palumbo said the tour explaining how her three clinics work, including one in moves, defend life against Maryland's completely unrestricted. Abortion industry the the clinic, maroon events that closely other? Yes. Okay. So Ben Watson has been. Very proud. Christian pro-life had a while. A strong family is a an opponent Planned Parenthood, and he has said very accurately that their mission is to exterminate blacks and characterized abortion is the greatest driver of racial divide in the United States. So coding, so great. You know, one of the things that you see in diminished Souza's movie is the eugenics movement of the early nineteen twenties. They talk. He talks about how American progressives were the blueprint for the Nazis. The Nazis looked to American progressives like Margaret Sanger for how to treat people minorities, especially to amazing how the feminists have co, opted believable, abortion thing because in the beginning, Glenn had this lady on the other day, those remember the name of the book that you wrote. But she talked about how the beginning, even the Suffragettes stuff they were not for abortion. Having given birth and being pregnant? Female was part of that's a female thing that's, you know, it's a powerful thing, right? And then it got co opted into this feminist movement that it was okay to to murder your baby inside of you. That's part of your right. And just so fascinates me how that got co opted in, we're at a point where it's okay. Same thing with civil rights movement. You know that that that as Dennis was saying, that's a Republican thing and Democrats have successfully co-opted that it's fascinating and how how didn't Margaret Sanger become this icon? This person who's practically worshipped by women. When I thought you guys were all about minority rights, I thought the left was all about civil rights when Margaret Sanger wanted to kill blacks. She wanted to exterminate the black race. Well. She would have had to actually said that if. Yeah, we've it. She did. She actually go. Yeah, that'd be context. Thank you. That's that'd be the excuse today. Well, you took it out of context, different time, different time, out of context. That's not what she meant. They don't even make that excuse do not what she did instead, what would Hillary Clinton did instead when she won the Margaret Sanger award and somebody asked her about the hate of Margaret Sanger? Well, I like Thomas Jefferson too, but slave. So that's all they do is they try to pass it off on somebody else. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Also something disturbing that has come up this week is this poll that has come out freedom of the press guaranteed by the constitution..
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt team up for an emotional
"This is the mytalk now trending report what's happening right now trending online right now is a palumbo he is the shortstop for the minnesota twins and it looks like he just received an eighty game suspension without pay after testing positive for and banned substance from the form the mlb so it looks like we will be out a shortstop look for the i eighty games so we're gonna have to manage without him for a little while lin manuel miranda is trending we were just talking about him but it looks like he is teaming up with ben platt to release a mash up song with a portion of the proceeds going to the march for our lives and of course the march happening in washington coming up at believe next week in advocating for gun control but it looks like lin manuel miranda will be a fitting the bill for some of it and a jim carey is trending as well it looks like i did not know this but he is a painter and he just released a portrait of sarah huckabee sanders our our secretary the press press secretary we'll just say it's not flattering but jim carey you know he's been unflattering lately he's kooky we're talking about kooks he would be want to go to mars i would think it'd be for a role he's a kook now you know what we know see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com fresh the whole foods is doing got a high last name with the wrangling.
"palumbo" Discussed on WEEI
"Were great players over the years were almost traded there's probably stories about michael jordan being like almost traded at some palumbo elbow in 1980 six uh who who was the jared dr jerry buss on his own he tweeted james the to the dallas mavericks for market wire and roy tarpley and i'll uh pat riley in jerry west went into his office and handed him their resignations they said were you can take these right now if you go through this deal many backed off at the last second needed and do it well probably agreed if you're off runoff yeah absolutely are one more to go date all right the final story and other sports story grant hill went on tv reason i think it was the s p n right the jump yes i said grant hill went on and i talked about how tim duncan who wasn't always necessarily going to be a spur for his whole career there there was some uh some thoughts that he might be leaving in in two thousand let's historic settlement member tim duncan was a free agent in two thousand and that's right when the fat kkob thing they won their first championship and phil came in as the coach and it looked like they were going to dominate for years those they did hit which they didn't duncan took a trip to orlando when he was going to join possibly tracy mcgrady and grant hill and form a super team in orlando and grant hill said on tv this week they all went out to dinner grant hill was there with his wife he said i can vouch for this tim duncan said he likes to take his wife on road trips doc rivers said that's not allowed here you will not be allowed the bring your wife on the team plan on road trips and right then tim duncan said.
"palumbo" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"I saw you might have built on bob it's led oh it's led that's why the elements the out what are you call like the elements letters for uh let is p o palumbo because he's pickup lombok they had access to act they somehow access to new tomor chart and then bait to the figured out it was iron but still called the by the dumbest name not iron led red now these yours their lurid he said on that day he picked up a girl gave her the same proposition of money for sex in once again the answer came back is no so pewee said fine but i got turned down this dirt road first to drop you off pewee city pulled over stared at her and had his moment of realization he said quote what i had to do was kill her member small and myself and wondered why never thought of that before so when she reached down to get her duffel bag pewee city punched her in the side of the head three times and when she was out he took off his belt and tied her hands behind her back and here is where we have our first goldstar for this series to see you know this is going to get pre fucked up from here on out and again we have no idea if any of this is true but nonetheless this is still this is a peek into the mind of a serial killer into the mind of a killers fantasy life this is what he.
"palumbo" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"It go jet choice girl who israel wallace route sharia right rovers rob malval's these they're talking about it haggling me here tell manager north kingstown ball that where he ended up your right marco palumbo marco alum bombo not good no not good boy brings all those great stories back take it from its going to fund doesn't wanna hear that those guys on suspension for like two years at the bed what part day baby so the merecedes right one more day one more day one of the week yet opt out doubt doctor which is unbelievable in rhode island we're almaz by home it's your home is our home and i won't miss what's not gina you hiring people around to make a couple of the mistakes look at us look it up through it up one more day the truth of the christmastree at the state us was be like a new hip periods blow because all the problems with you have you know that that you mentioned that could have been a complete of computer glitch that's as christmas tree linked up to view the computers over at dhs suffering no no end it went off the table crank it is the whole christmas tree as orbu like the democrats to throw the tree computer malfunction interest compared said on that she is going to hold somebody accountable i'm gonna blame deloitte for the christmas tree getting money back for that you have can all see who she can't blame liz robertson this will no one more day lord judd inaugural drama semerdzhian all that was the pope hold on the pope is a he's an he just bless the row hindered by the way gene a cities over there in a dhaka in bangladesh ranks for the pope's really grip visiting some countries living that two days a myanmar would choose to be burma now he's a bangladesh and we just want to get home life feeder so higher where's my slippers the red ones over there the velvet wants bringing to me pregnant vannak wa bernama bomb ig by the judge that's right thank you your morning hey speaking of one more day one.
"palumbo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Remember coming home from school in i didn't want to go back to school i didn't want to get out of bed i was so depressed i thought my whole world had ended and we all know i heartbreak that's how it feels very often especially when we're young attack catapulted me and she this behavior of just trying to find palumbo would love me fiercely i was searching this i mean we we should stay on this for second because i it's almost never said in the culture i try to say on this program when i get an option to say it when i get the chance god did not create us to have our hearts broken but we live in a culture this so sick and so sexual is that we act like well that's normal part of growing up you fall in love you get your heart broken you follow vnu your broken you know that's not the normal god intended us to be pure right to stick to save yourself for that person whom you can trust with your life not to give yourself a way physically or emotionally to anybody until you're ready and until it's the right person and so so what happens in the culture over and over again is that does not happen you get the message that will sex normal people have saxon so you fall in love to have sex with ever and we are ripping our hearts out of our chest the because we are not designed for that it's went when um i i hardly ever your anybody say this but the whole process of being sexual lives right now there was when you a glitzy you get.