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Amy Spowart, Head Of The National Aviation Hall Of Fame
"Many years especially when right field was more impactful when the foundations of today's age were taking off so much research with here at Afrl, and there's all kinds of research and aerospace research places that are here. It made a lot of sense Scott Crossfield even said to me once amy, you're not a pilot unless you through right field everybody who's anybody flies through right field, and of course, you know in the early days, there were Ayla celebrity who always came on China and it was John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart. Who's who I remember? My first enshrinement in nineteen ninety, nine Ted Williams came at Joe Foss. We've had John Travolta Dennis, quaid miles, O'Brien all been and sees it the hall of fame event but I would say following the economic downturn of two thousand nine and companies started to pull out of the Dayton area. It was harder to get that kind of support. So while the city of Dayton wholeheartedly loves having the hall of fame here we also Need people who can sponsor because we receive no federal state or local funding at all whatsoever. So we have to depend on aerospace aviation companies industry to support US and in Trimbe it was a big help us getting brand recognition. It's never been moneymaker. It's part of our mission to memorialize. So we need people to support our education and support are learning center through sponsorship. So what we decided to do in two thousand seventeen is actually take quote unquote. Show on the road, the Oscar night of aviation left Dayton and we went to Dallas first, and then we went to DC in twenty, eighteen and Denver and twenty nineteen than we were supposed to have a homecoming here in twenty twenty. But of course, the this year has been postponed until two thousand, twenty one we're working on getting is back to the National Aviation Hall of fame in Dayton use an abbreviation there a F- on the Air Force research. Lab. So. Here Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Employees. I think it's twenty to thirty thousand people in. Southwest Ohio, and only about less than half of those are active military. So there's a lot of research scientists here, and that's where the United States air force does all their most important research everything from what they're going to build aircraft out of to what their munitions do and Jet Propulsion. It's all located here in Dayton at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Still is very much a hub of aerospace activity. especially from the military and. Speaking of which there are signs that the or the appeal of aerospace is not resonating with the youngest generation do you sense that and if so is the hall responding in some way? It's hard because it's just like covert. The company's nonprofits that survive cove. It are the ones who are going to adapt and react to the situation with kids with this next generation they're not so much looking up lake weeded or the generation before me did Neil Armstrong stood in one place and what's fair to the sky and we all know the Wright brothers played with a little plastic helicopter type thing that inspired them. So we need to appeal to kids in. What interest them? So that might be if they're interested in the environment, they WANNA make less noise from aircraft. They want less jet fumes from cargo plane. That kind of thing we have to say, why not you? Why don't you figure that out? It makes me think of enshrining clap Myra who wanted a safer jet plane. So he thought about it and thought about it and he Allen Clapp mark came up with this idea of putting a parachute on the top of. A plane and everyone's like that's not gonNA work except the vision jet is pretty remarkable. So what we need to do is have kids interact or read about or they have to know who Bill Mayer is, and it isn't just Alan Shepherd. It isn't just the astronauts it isn't just the inventors it's all the Chinese and they can inspire kids more than just an aviation. It could be designed it to be dreamers that could be artists, but if we all have. Heroes. That's what gets kids going and if we give them a problem like make less noisy aircraft or might be a kid who's a Gamer and they sit on the computer all day, they're actually going to be fantastic drone pilots. We just have to recognize what they're doing and adapt to it.
Patterson apologizes for 'unacceptable' use of slur
"TCU. Football players boycotted practice. Practice yesterday after allegations came out that head coach, Gary Patterson repeated a racial slur that was used by a player this weekend. Just this morning. Patterson tweeted that he met with the team last night and apologized for his use of the slur. He also said the use of the word in any context is unacceptable and he must live by the same standards that. That holds his players
TCU's Patterson sorry for repeating racial slur to player
"TCU coach Gary Patterson is on the hot seat. Several black players boycotted TCU football practice yesterday, claiming Patterson used the n word in a team meeting. On Twitter, a player who first complained about a lack of playing time, claimed Patterson had spoken the offensive word. Other players, though, claimed Patterson had used the word on Ly in the context of ordering players to stop using the word in team meeting.
Bills' Oliver has DWI, weapon charges dropped
"Gary Patterson announced today that all charges against bills defensive tackle at Oliver stemming from a May 16th arrest for D, W Y and unlawfully carrying a firearm in Texas have been dropped. Patterson says Oliver's blood tests all came back clean and because of that the weapons charge He's dropped as well. In Texas, it is on ly illegal tow. Have a pistol with you if you are intoxicated or get charged with another criminal act.
Los Angeles Salons, Tattoo Parlors Barred From Moving Personal Care Services Outdoors
"70 NewsRadio relate for people who have desperately been seeking a haircut or a mani pedi. The states now Allowing personal care services like hair salons, barbershops and nail salons to do business outdoors. Northern California State Assembly member Jim Patterson, a frequent critic of the governor, he says it's the right move. The choice is now. Clear it can be done. If these individuals want to, and at least they are no longer being discriminated against compared to other indoor operations that have been allowed to go. Outdoors, tattoo parlors and piercing services still are banned from
Uptick in New York shootings coincides with Rikers Island inmate release
"Last weekend in the city. 48 people were shot, 11 of them killed. The spike in shootings coincides with thousands of inmates being released from Rikers Island over Cove in 19 fears as well as the disbanding of the NYPD 600 member of plainclothes anti crime unit, which was credited with getting many guns off the streets across the river Paterson NEWJERSEY also experiencing a spike in gun violence. Last night, three men shot after gunfire erupting in the area of 10th Avenue and East 26th Street, a 35 year old and a 58 year old listed in critical condition. The condition of the third victim was not immediately available. There were no immediate arrests. This follows an incident in Patterson on Tuesday, where seven people were shot for fatally You're Harrison and Carol
'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star's ex hired mobster to assault her husband, authorities allege
"In the life of a really housewife. The ex husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo is accused of hiring a member of the Lucas e crime family to attack her current husband. In return, federal authorities say Thomas Manzo gave John Purna deep discount on a wedding ceremony at Man Zoe's Patterson restaurant. Well, his attorney says Manzo is innocent and he compared the charges to a fictionalized plot from a reality TV show. So far, no comment from the furnace lawyer.
Sweden halts probe into 1986 murder of PM Olof Palme
"Sweden's government says it's case closed after thirty four years of investigations into who killed the country's prime minister Sweden's chief prosecutor closing an investigation into a notorious murder the shooting of prime minister Olof Palme in nineteen eighty six I feel confident about the M. the findings that we have made prosecutor Kristen Patterson naming the main suspect a steak Ekstrom a man who said he witnessed the attack and he died twenty years ago I feel confident about our conclusions but I will not have the possibility to presented to a court the case has been surrounded by conspiracy theories investigators say one hundred and thirty four people have claimed to be the
F9 to be released online due to coronavirus
"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you have been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of theaters that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that it doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is gonna be streaming is vast of night as I'm in and it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma high and you're welcome to wanting Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide in drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the at Montclair mission tiki opening night and day you know unique experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have had lights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements a lone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that's odd about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heartless to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of virus because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it would really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really playing in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies
F9 to be released online due to pandemic
"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you were been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of feeders that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is going to be streaming is vast of nine as I mentioned it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma hi Andrew welcome to winning Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide and drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the Montclair mission tiki opening night and do you know if you need to experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have headlights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements alone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that are about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heart was to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of iris because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it will really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really plain in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies
Perry's studio moves toward reopening while industry waits
"If a lot of filmmaker Tyler Perry plans to make his Atlanta studio one of the first domestic film studios to re open during the pandemic curry is looking to restart production in July pine wood studios in suburban Atlanta is not so sure president Frank Patterson says he's waiting for the industry to greenlight re
Chicago - Drying Out After Rain Floods Out Lower Wacker
"Well if the fog is still out there this morning and we seen visibility actually dropping in some places this morning at midway airport down to a quarter of a mile and some light rain out there being reported in places as well that's gonna continue for much of the day today with a high near sixty four a cooler at the lake front then mostly cloudy tonight low down to fifty three tomorrow partly sunny high near sixty five the extended forecast calls for some sunshine coming back tomorrow Thursday into Friday and Saturday and maybe eighties for the beginning of the end of the weekend at the beginning of next week right now in Chicago we have mostly cloudy skies fifty four degrees some light rain you know heron fog fifty four at midway in Aurora it's fifty five and out the lake front it's fifty one and that's too bad on the roadways this time despite the fog and the rain lower Wacker still closed between Harrison and rand off because of all the rain from the last couple days that flooding in the sub basement of the Willis tower it's going to take awhile to clean up may be closed until Saturday the interchange in eighteen ninety four the Indiana toll is still closed until tonight with that continuing roadwork and in Glen Ellyn route fifty three between Butterfield and park still flooded along with the east on I. eighty exit ramp to Chicago and Chicago street between Patterson and Doris that's in the jelly at
Trump using Defense Production Act to keep meat processing plants open
"President trump says that he will invoke the defense production act to keep meat processing plants open during the pandemic dean Reynolds reports the livestock has been piling up at the nation's processing plants with a sudden drop in workers to turn the supply into food it's becoming a real serious situation livestock analyst Dennis Smith says that with red meat production down twenty percent consumers could soon face the consequences of an unprecedented food chain disruption I would say the first week of may as soon as when you it's very possible radio began to experience some shortages that it could be spotty shortages at first but then more widespread it's not that there isn't supply it's that there are fewer workers turning page into pork chops and cattle into steaks we just won't have enough space to house all the animals that we have in Minnesota farmer Matt Patterson said with pig pens overflowing and few places to take his herd euthanasia has been a terrible option pretty tough for me to think about Gary Harris who's worked at the now shuttered Tyson plant in Logansport Indiana for two decades this company should take the blame for reacting too slowly and turning his workplace into a hot spot of her supervisor said it is just a virus like the flu Harris's been tested but has yet to get back a result how do you feel about going back to work there that good at all
Detroit Lions NFL draft picks 2020
"Lawson in with the Detroit Lions who wrapped up the NFL draft yesterday with five more selections they begin at number one twenty one guard Logan Stenberg aligned he's out of the university of Kentucky then at number one sixty six they take Wisconsin wide receiver Quintez Cephus not a speed burner in fact he ran the slowest forty yard dash of all receivers at the recent combine better number one seventy two they stick in the back view within the running back Jason Huntley of New Mexico state at one ninety seven defensive tackle John put a CD of Utah at two thirty five defensive lineman Jay Sean Cornell at Ohio state so that makes a total of seven players the lines get in a total of ten you emergency in Michigan players were drafted and a total of two Michigan state players both quarterback Shea Patterson Brian the working the one undrafted Louisiana state well almost everyone's draft it seemed like they had a record fourteen players selected in the seven rounds the trial lines also signed a bunch of create in six of them so far that would include tight end hunter Bryant for the university of
'One World' Concert Curated By Lady Gaga Raises Millions To Combat Coronavirus
"Some of the biggest names in music performed from their homes in a globally televised concert this week in honoring medical workers fighting covert nineteen around the world the event called one world together at home was organized by a lady Gaga and streamed online and televised across more than one hundred seventy five countries they raise millions for the world health organization's work around the world as well as a hundred other charities the B. B. C.'s Colin Patterson reports and featured contributions by A. list names the lineup has already let its to be dumped them living room live eight and
Greatest Hits: Well-traveled Bodies
"In the winter of nineteen seventy six the six million dollar man. Tv show was filming in a haunted house in Long Beach. California when a crew member went to move a garish looking dummy to a different spot. The dummies arm broke off at the elbow. It was then that the crew member noticed the end of a human bone. Sticking out of the truncated limb. This wasn't a mannequin. This was elmer mccurdy a career criminal who died sixty five years earlier in Oklahoma. My Name's Moxy. And this is your brain on facts as forensic science slash true crime slash weird history buff of the first order. I almost didn't include mccurdy in today's episode of well-traveled corpses. Because his story makes all of these lists. But you know me. I like to be thorough. Elmer mccurdy was born January. First eighteen eighty two an unwed mother and adopted by his uncle and aunt. The first twenty years of his life were fairly unremarkable until a string of personal losses led him to say screw it. I'm ago Robson. Trains a brief stint in the army. Seen him trained to use nitroglycerine for demolition and he decided to blend the two careers the trouble was he tended to be heavy handed with the explosives once costing his gang ninety percent of the money in a safe he blew their remaining ten percent that they did get was in coins. That were melted together. Mccurdy's final robbery took place on October. Fourth Nineteen Eleven Niro Keys Oklahoma. When mccurdy and his men mistakenly stopped a passenger train instead of the one carrying four hundred thousand dollars that they were after the men were only able to steal about forty six dollars from the mail clerk some whiskey a pistol and the train conductors. Watch a newspaper account of the robbery called it quote. One of the smallest in the history of train robbery even still a two thousand dollar bounty was put on mccurdy and someone gave him up in the wee hours of October seventh. Apostasy of sheriff's tracked mccurdy to a Hacia using bloodhounds. Gunfire was exchanged for over an hour and in the end. Mccurdy was shot in the chest and killed mccurdy. Spotty was subsequently taken to the Johnson funeral home in Husk Oklahoma where it went on claimed Joseph Johnson the owner and undertaker embalmed body with an arsenic based preservative and stored it in the back of the funeral home refusing to bury the body or release it until he had been paid for his services. Johnson then decided if he was going to get any money out of this situation. He'd have to be more proactive. He dressed the corpse up in street. Clothes place to rifle and mccurdy's hands and stood up in the corner of the funeral home for a nickel apiece. Visitors could see the bandit who wouldn't give up. Mccurdy became a popular attraction at the funeral home and also drew the attention of carnival. Promoters though Johnson refused numerous offers to buy the mummified body in nineteen sixteen a man claiming to be elmer mccurdy's long lost brother got permission from the sheriff to take custody of the body and ship it to San Francisco for a proper burial. The following day Johnson released the body to this man and an accomplice who then put it on a train bound for Arkansas City Kansas. Then were in fact. James and Charles Patterson owners of the Great Patterson Carnival shows where mccurdy's corpse would be featured until nineteen twenty two when Paterson sold his operation to Louis. Sonny Sonny use mccurdy's corpse in his Traveling Museum of crime show which featured wax replicas famous outlaws such as Bill Doolan and Jesse James in Nineteen Twenty eight. The corpse was part of the official sideshow that accompanied the Trans American footrace. In thirty three it was acquired for a time. By director Duane Esper- to promote his exploitation film narcotic with an exclamation point in a very William Castle style move. The corpse was placed in the lobby of the theater as a dead dope. Fiend by this time some twenty two years after death mccurdy's body had become fide. The skin was hard and the body had shriveled to the size of a child. Esperer claims that this deterioration was proof of the danger of drunks. Mccurdy's corpse would bounce between warehouses and movie sets for the next four decades damage from mishandling. Meant that the corpse was no longer all that lifelike which is how it found. Its Way to the left in the dark funhouse at the Pike in Long Beach. After it was discovered that he wasn't a mannequin mccurdy was sent to the La Coroner by this time. The body was essentially petrified and had been covered in wax and layers of paint. It weighed about fifty pounds or twenty three kilos and was sixty three inches or one hundred sixty centimeters tall. Some hair was still visible on the sides. And back of the head but mccurdy's ears big toes and many of his fingers. Were missing of all the clues that lead the coroner and accompanying historians to determine the mummy's identity. The most interesting was found in the courteous mouth. It had nothing to do with. His teeth was a nineteen twenty. Four penny and ticket stops to the one forty West Pike side show and the Louis Sunny Museum of crime. The discovery made national headlines and an actual distant relative came forward to claim mccurdy's body which was buried on April twenty second nineteen seventy seven in the boot hill section of the summit new cemetery in Guthrie Oklahoma next to the actual body of outlaw. Bill Doolan two feet of concrete were poured on top of the coffin to ensure that mccurdy's rambling days for over mccurdy. Hardly the only outlaw turned famous. Mummy take the case of one. Hazel Farris born in Kentucky in eighteen eighty orphaned as a child and later married to a man with whom she drank heavily and fought loudly. Her history is morphed into folklore but by all accounts on August Sixth Nineteen Five. The couple had an argument over Paris's desire to buy a new hat. If you've been in a relationship for any length of time you know that wasn't really what they were fighting about. The two came to blows and Farris ended up shooting. Her husband who died on the living room floor. Neighbors heard the gunshots summoned police. The situation did not improve upon their arrival because fairus shot and killed them to a passing. Deputy Sheriff heard. The Commotion Gained Entry. To the House and tried to restrain Farris during the scuffle. The deputy tripped on Ferris's husband's body accidentally firing his gun and shooting off. One of her fingers there is eventually broke free and fatally shot the deputy as well so she shot the sheriff and she did shoot the deputy with five murders under her belt and a five hundred dollar reward for her capture which I couldn't put into modern figures because the inflation calculators don't go back that far fairus fled to Bessemer Alabama to try to begin a new life. One version of her story has her posing as schoolmarm another as her working as a prostitute. Both agree that she drank excessively she took up with a new man and when they became engaged fairus confided in. Him who she really was. He immediately gave her up to police on December twentieth. Nineteen O six fairly certain. She wouldn't emerge victorious from a second shootout. He sulfurous committed suicide by drinking combination of Whiskey fuel. Oil and Arsenic Ferris's body was taken to Adams vermillion furniture which also sold caskets and as such functioned as the local funeral parlour. No one came forward to claim her body which was strangely mummifying rather than decomposing. There is speculation that it's because of the chemicals Ferris drink but I don't put a great deal of stock by that regardless of the reason the corpse had longevity and a certain renown Adams began charging curious visitors ten cents to see the notorious outlaw. After a time Ferris's body hit the road. When atoms loaned the corpse to various exhibitors including his brother and Tuscaloosa Palace of wonders sideshow operator Captain Harvey Leabeau's well and OC Brooks who featured the well preserved remains in his traveling show for forty years when he died brooks left Hazel to a nephew on the condition that any money raised from displaying her be donated to charity. As the story goes Brooks's nephew displayed. Ferris's mummy to raise money to build churches in Tennessee.
Secret Service says hackers are exploiting coronavirus fears in phishing email scams
"Eighty there is an awful lot of mis information online about covert nineteen including some so called Fuehrer's there is no cure in some of those posts could really be dangerous scene that's Dan Patterson spoke to CBSN's about the false information make sure that you don't just follow anything that you see or read on social media in terms of potential cures some of these things are benign but many of them are actively harmful and will hurt you do not do cocaine do not drink bleach and do not drink rubbing alcohol it sounds kind of funny but these things are gathering hundreds of thousands of views and generating profit for the people spreading these conspiracy theories with more on scams created by concerns over the covert nineteen outbreak here CBS news correspondent Naomi rock come authorities warned hackers are trying to use the outbreak to infect your computer the secret service says criminals are sending out emails that appear to be from a health organization with an attachment claiming to have important coronavirus information clicking on links in an email is particularly dangerous it could be downloading malware onto your computer and then it can take its time to scan
Voice Technology in Healthcare Book Launch
"The book first of all is divided into four main sections. I should also mention if you want to get access to the book or get more about it. You can always go to voice. I health dot com slash book. And there I've got lots of about it. That's also where you'll be able to access Links to order the book if you decide to do so and so on so again we have designed the book to really be made up of four main sections and in doing so we wanted to think about the different main areas that would make sense really to have this type of format and section one is made up of four different chapters It is an introduction to voice technology so these chapters really form the fundamental the basis for some underlying key concepts that really are relevant to the rest of the book and so yes these introduce some of the key concepts of voice technology in healthcare. Now if we dive into that section. I can tell you a little bit about the chapters and the people that are contributing in these chapters. The first chapter. I'm I'm very honored to say was written by myself. And it really looks at an overview of voice. Why is voice such an important Concept now when it comes to healthcare technology why I feel this is going to completely transform healthcare. Why believe that voice is actually the next operating system the video s and get into different types of communication and then I lay the groundwork for different use cases which of course are explored in more detail throughout the rest of the book the second chapter is by Atlanta ear. You may have heard her speak if you've gone to the voice of Healthcare Summit over the past couple of years. She was a keynote speaker there a few years ago and she is truly one of the World foremost experts on design voice. User interface design. And how it applies to healthcare and we put this early in the book because we really wanted to keep this in mind for all the readers when they are looking at some ideas and how best to design voice applications because the user interface design is so critical and so Atlanta's chapter is here at the The outside of the book as well the next chapter which we feel also is critical to designing good a voice experience. Healthcare is one by Audrey are beanie. She is the CEO and founder of audio brain and her chapter is entitled the Science Behind. Sonic branding how audio can create better patient caregiver and healthcare provider outcomes. And I'm really pleased to actually have a clip from you're you're just describing a little bit about her chapter so here is Audrey are beanie. Hi I'm Maury are beanie. I'm the founder. Ceo and executive producer of audio brain. And I'm honored to be a chapter contributed to voice technology and healthcare. This is an amazing book for anybody. Who's interested in health and wellness from every aspect? I specialize in sonic branding at my firm audio brain and one of our passions is and we advocate for the use of music and sound to promote health and wellbeing in this chapter. I discussed my twenty five years of experience in working in the healthcare industry. We talk about how the brain processes music and Sadam why. It's the perfect tool for communicating and helping to heal and promote wellness with new technologies emerging. Sound is even more important than it ever was and really has a strong influence on patient outcomes. I discussed some of the projects that we've worked on and the history of the industry and where it's headed in the future. I hope you enjoy the chapter and hope you enjoy all the other amazing authors that are in this book please go out and purchase voice technology in healthcare and you can find it at voice. I health dot com photos slash book. Thank you so much. We look forward to seeing you at hymns and the release of the book on March tenth. Thank you very much to audrey for those comments fantastic The next chapter is a really critical one as well that we thought fit really well at the outset of the book. And that of course is when we talk about voice. We also need to talk about privacy insecurity and so in this case we have nature lore From orbiter who wrote a chapter called secure voice in it is It's a great one It's all I can say. Really really critical information there. The second part of the book is another seven chapters and this is looking at voice technology and the patient experience and so here we have quite a few authors that have had experience with creating these voice applications and how seeing how it impacts patients some of these chapters include chapter five automated virtual caregiving using voice for services proactive personalized holistic. Twenty four seven and affordable. This is by Stuart Patterson from lifeblood then we have a really interesting chapter by Dave Kemp on voice and wearables and that and how that's going to affect the the Patient then we have another fascinating chapter by Rupa Patel. This is on synthetic voices for healthcare applications. Rupel is doing some amazing work looking at how you can create voices for for brands but also in the medical field. How can you create a voice for somebody that may be losing their voice? It's really really powerful. The next two chapters are edited versions of podcasts interviews. That took place here on this podcast voice I health we wanted to incorporate some of these interviews into the book as well touring to bring a real personal aspect to the To the narratives that you are reading and so as I said we have two chapters here coming up next Chapter Eight is voice. I health interview a diabetes. Care plans with an wiler. She actually won an award for her diabetes Alexa Skill and then chapter nine is entitled Voice I health interview Alexis skills for pediatrics. And we have Devon Nadar Speaking about some of her experiences with creating some skills specifically for pedes then we have a very interesting chapter by Robin Christoffersen. And it's called the rapid rise of voice technology and it's awesome power to empower. This is all about accessibility and Wonderful wonderful addition. And I do have a short clip here from Robin. Speaking about his chapter. So here is a Robin Christoffersen. My name is Robyn Christopherson. I'm head of digital inclusion at UK technology and disability charity ability net. I wrote chapter about how the Echo and voice first technologies more. Broadly represent a fantastic opportunity for people with disabilities. I've been lucky enough to be working in this area of technology and disability for the last twenty five years and health is incredibly important so read the chapter and learn about how voice first technologies are being used in so many different ways to help people live more productive healthier happier. Mo fulfilling lies. That's wonderful. And I love those comments from Robin so you can get a little taste of what that chapter is all about The next chapter is chapter eleven. And it's entitled an overview of Voice Technology and healthcare and is really by a team of authors from a Macadamia Technologies And they have been real leaders in the voice for space as well. So it's a it's wonderful to have them part of the book. The third section is next and this third section is called voice technology and the provider experience. Now go from you're describing. What the patient will experience were is experiencing with voice technology. And now we tackle what be provider is experience is experiencing and the first chapter is chapter twelve in this section and it's Mayo Clinic. Patient centered innovation driven. And this is written by a team at Mayo Clinic including a Doctor San Pruthi. Who's one of the cover authors of the book so Again a very very well written and excellent chapter chapter thirteen we get to another a voice L. Interview Voice Technology for behavioral changes. And in this chapter I speak with Dr Mattson Boesky. Who was on the PODCAST? Awhile back and he talks about his experiences about how we can use voice technology to really influence positive behavioral changes and hopefully this results in positive health outcomes. Now the next chapter chapter fourteen is called the laws of voice. This is critical to us in the healthcare. Space looking at implementing. Voice Technologies because. This is such an early early industry when it comes to voice technology healthcare that there are a lot of questions right now and we have to lawyers heather dealer and Bianca Phillips who we are very fortunate to have as a contributor to the book who outlined some of the questions. Some of the concerns in this regard and Bianca has Been Gracious enough to provide us with a clip for her as well alenquer chapter so here is Bianca Phillips Phillips I'm a lawyer with research expertise in medical law and digital helpful and they coordinate at Elektra of legal process methods and institutions in the. Jd Program will try blow school. I'm one of the contributing authors alongside co off a headache SLA. Us Attorney specializing in digital at life. And then what happens? The title of our chapter is the laws of voice as we enter this new frontier of waste best health lawyers and lawmakers will seek your expertise on the role of voice technologies in society in order to cheat. They understand the legal environment and the laws of voice. Now chapter rate is presented with nine hypothetical scenarios. We've uses a voice. Technologies in pre and post operative cat pediatrics genetic testing into health impediment health tracking. We then discuss some of the lake will considerations and legal contracts relevant to h scenario the chapter then tends to you by asking a range of questions and presenting. The guide called the eight pillows. We get you thinking about what below should be. And you'll role in shaping the future of law and society. So that's wonderful as you can as you heard. It's an extremely important chapter in this Early Industry when it comes to voice
"patterson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"There's so many people here. I don't know what this is going to be like. I'm about to make this up. What am i doing rush oy. Why did i agree to this again. Like what what am i doing and then i literally have to go to a place in my head where i go <hes> <hes> i. I thought of this the like the the second or third time i did it. I had been home in texas for like a month and a half. I got sick. He had a couple of strokes and it was fucking hard time. I came back because i was scheduled to do that. Show in i remember driving there and going like oh. Oh my god like almost out of my body and i remember the only thing that calmed me down was thinking well. Nobody knows that they're going to die. I could die later tonight. All i have is this. Let it rip and i've i've found that that's a very helpful philosophy. Most of life 'cause because then you can just be where you are and whatever happens happens. Let's see what happens nice and usually it's better than you thought. Whatever thing whether it's going to get coffee doing this doing a show like fuck it. I don't know let's see why thank you probably always had this and it's probably what got you through that existential crisis in fourth grade. Maybe maybe no thank goodness great talking to you eighty patterson. What a sweetheart.
"patterson" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story
"Well commuting while jamie stayed trapped underneath his bed. The liquor store owner opens up the application and gives me some details. Els patterson included on his resume pederson wrote. I'm an honest and hardworking guy not much work experience but i show up to work and i'm a quick learner that statement calling himself honest in a hardworking guy doesn't add up because on his resume patterson lies. He writes that he was in marine boot camp from from april to december two thousand seventeen. We've already confirmed that he was kicked out of the marines. After five weeks. In paterson writes that he worked at a wisconsin concrete company through november knbr twenty eighteen but we already know he was unemployed at the time of the murders and kidnapping in october in fact after we post this update online a manager at the concrete company calls us to say patterson never worked there at all he just filled out an application <hes> <music> when you find out someone is accused of committing an act of pure evil you almost expect to find there were warning signs like torturing animals are sent mm-hmm childhood abuse the kinds of things you read about in here about but with jake paterson. We can't find any of those things patterson's peers. Tell us he he was. Just a normal kid in high school didn't really care for class and in fact he's quoted in the yearbook saying i'm finally done with school. His yearbook shows he was on the quiz bowl team but he didn't play any sports and didn't appear to be active in any other activities he graduated class of thirty four and was voted as the most quiet boy in the class of two thousand fifteen fifteen pederson grew up in the home where he kept jamie. He has an older brother and sister. His parents divorced in two thousand seven. Maybe it'd it'd be easier to wrap our minds around everything. If everyone always suspected jake paterson was a monster but we find none of that in his ordinariness creates an unsettling feeling of its own when i heard the news i was extremely shocked to hear that jake would do something like that because he's just seems like your average eighteen you know growing up there was nothing different than him than any other child and the neighborhood on the next eight days as they have not indicated how patterson will plead when the arraignment happens on march twenty seven in upcoming plea amid fears the case will drag on so what are the the odds that he rolls in there in pleads guilty all comes to an in my opinion zero but then patterson writes a letter that letter arrived at care eleven for our blue goose this warning from the polk county jail inmate jake patterson and the letter's contents shake up the case this this is eight hundred eight days the jamie class story a care eleven original podcast in association with volt studios checkout eight days podcast dot com for more information on jamie class case eight days has written and produced by me lou reduce in l._a. Coder original music is by dave mailing in emily havi in original artwork by david moment thanks to dan crow in atomic k. productions for audio help special thanks to care levin management and staff for their contributions the people of barron wisconsin in the close family growing.
"patterson" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story
"Steve is on his second and last day of work at suppo- cheese patterson says he bought a black face mask from walmart to hide his identity when he executed his plan pederson says has he stopped halfway between baron and gordon install license plates off a vehicle parked in someone's yard to put on his own car when he carried out the crimes to help disguise his identity eh he disconnected the dome light so he could enter and exit his vehicle and darkness and he also removed the trunk light and the glow in the dark emergency release in the trunk with patterson refers to as the kidnapping cord so no one could open the trunk once inside before leaving his house. Patterson says he took took his father's twelve gauge mossberg pump shotgun with six slugs now if you're not familiar with guns a slug is much bigger than a bullet that a rifle would fire and even though it's not as accurate from far away a slug does a lot more damage patterson tells investigators he knew that and also that he researched in learn that the mossberg osberg branch shotgun was one of the most heavily manufactured in could be harder to trace in order to make sure he would leave no fingerprints or dna patterson says he put on gloves in wipe down the shotgun and six shells before loading it he shaved his face and all the hair off his head and showered before leaving his house so we wouldn't leave any d._n._a. The anna or hair at the crime scene pederson says he drove to the class home twice before october fifteenth in hopes of taking the girl he saw getting on the bus. The first came a week and a half earlier but when he got there he says there are all kinds of cars in the driveway and it scared him off a day or two later. Pederson says he tried again and but he had second thoughts when he saw the lights were on and people were walking around the house on october. Fifteenth patterson says he coasted into the end of the class driveway with his headlights off and parked he quietly got out of the car wearing a black face mask and jacket bluejeans brown steel toe work boots and two pairs have gloves as he walked up the sidewalk to the front door of the class home. Pederson says he noticed gym class standing in the large picture window to the left of the front door shining a flashlight outside patterson says he hollered for jim to get on the ground but jim kept shining the flashlight and looking outside patterson says he opened the glass storm door pounded on the wooden front door. Jim look through the small glass window on the door and said show me your badge. Apparently thinking patterson was the police patterson then says he raised his shotgun and shot him in the head through the window on the door and he heard him collapsed to the ground after trying to break down the door. Patterson says he fired a second shot this time at the doorknob and he was able to get inside. He says he saw jim was dead and and stepped over his body. After quickly scanning the house. Patterson approached the closed door the bathroom it was locked locked and barricaded patterson says he hit the door with his shoulder ten to fifteen times before it burst open. Patterson says he ripped off the shower curtain. In in the bathtub found denise close with her arms wrapped around jamie in a bear hug patterson pulled out black duct tape and told denise to put it over jamie's as mouth patterson tells investigators denise was struggling to do it so he set the shotgun on the bathroom. Sink took the tape from denise in rapid around around jamie's mouth and completely around her head then stood jamie up and taped her wrists and ankles and pulled out of the bathtub with jamie standing bound next to him in the bathroom. Patterson says he picked up the shotgun aimed for denise his head and pulled the trigger as he started to turn away from there patterson says he dragged jamie out of the house nearly slipping on jim's blood that had pulled on the floor. He dragged her across the yard to his car. Pop the trunk open and put her inside. Pederson.
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Dot com. Food. Well to Ross Patterson revolution. We have the lovely Nicole Arbour show today. Look, you've got two point six million. Followers. Would you say they're followed? You say I feel weird. I don't like it. I don't either people that too. Guys, always say, so we got we got the Anthony Anthony Holloway who always feels in. When we're on the road, which Jesse loves so much love when I'm out of town. I don't know if you noticed, but for her birthday instead of posting pictures of Ross and her together, she posted pictures of being Raas together over the last here's all over the country together. She said birthday, I love you so much the real person that he's been most your time with which is shots of dancing all over the United States her more and more like by the second. She's better than him for sure. Yeah. Well, I mean, that's subjective. You're right. Of course. But the Anthony was the one along with Jared Taylor. If you've never met him drinking podcasts said they corrected me and say, hey, man, we don't follow his supporters, and I was like oh shit, man. That sounds great follower. Sounds a little All right? right. I always teammates. I'm like, yeah. They're on the team is that why you put hashtag go team on your good teams. Like, my whole mantra of like everything is like a bunch of stuff in that. But that's part of it. It's like I don't want people following me were on the same team. We're doing the same shit. I cheer for you. 'cause I know awesome too. Sure. Yeah. Sure. We're all we run in the same circle of friends all the time. We hang out a lot people stop you all the fucking time. And it's one of those like, hey, I think you might be the girl from SNL or hey, you seem like that girl from the internet's and they'll actually say your entire name to your face. Yeah. And then it doesn't register. And then they'll move on. They don't believe I would be where they are like that's like the ninety nine percent of the time. Like, but why would she be in San Antonio this by with Ross Patterson? Right, right. It doesn't make sense them. Why would Nicole ever be at a hair salon or anywhere? So, but yeah, I'm those places. What's your reply to what you do for a living? Like, how would you? How would you describe it? Because I asked us all the goddamn time. There's was a movie segment of my career. There was podcast. There's books. Yeah. And people don't know about any of the three. How would you say of like, dude, I'm the girl in the internet and everybody to fuck off? There's that too. You know, I'm an entrepreneur 'cause like half of my my life is like the entertainment in front of the camera and half of it is stuff behind on digital marketing, and consulting and all that stuff. And it's a half and half. Now like half the time. I'm flying summer to do a talk at a conference and half the time I'm making funny videos because I'm a big follower of your Instagram fallen for while. Facebook, and I always see doing shits all over the planet. I'm like damn I really don't know how to classify her what she's doing like. I mean, you'll be on a private jet one day go into some conference, and I didn't even blow anybody for it. That's why I put out there were no blowjobs involved in getting on those airplanes ever do set up a scholarship for rowing. What you've heard what's what's going down? Today. Yeah. So Felicity pots and Becky, by the way, hashtag free back. From full house is the best. She got out for bribing their kids into school right through a fake scholars. Let me ask you this. Do you think John stamos showed up and said have mercy? I think he will at the sentencing..
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"So I'm looking around me. And I'm watching all these kids pretend to wash their arms and their hair and all this other stuff kit starts crying one guy. Crying in the professor goes what why why are you crying? And he goes, I cry in the shower, I got shampoo and my. I get my I'm crying. And I'm like, you could tell this kid was crying because he could cry those actors like there's always like, I can cry on cue, isn't this amazing? No, it's not. So anyways, the professor was just like, okay. Okay. And then just kept breezing by people asking them what they were doing. I wasn't doing anything. And he goes why I don't understand. Why why aren't you doing anything participating? And I was like man, I really didn't come here for this. Like, look, my parents were paying a lot of money for the school shithead. No. I just I didn't understand it. And so no he stops the class. And he goes good good. What's your name? And I was like Ross and he goes Ross Ross Ross Patterson. He goes Ross Patterson is probably be the only one who's gonna book a real job in film or in television. Here is if you ever showed up to warm up in an audition room like a fucking asshole. And this literally everyone showed up to warm up. Anywhere like a fucking asshole like doing a shower routine or something like that. You're not gonna fuck and make and it was just that set the precedent and the tone for day one. And I think everybody hated me after that. And what was I positively reinforce doing shit? Like why you do it to this day true? So, but here's the thing. And so here's what it taught me like going through that school and all that shit. And like he was a hard us like that every single day. He never let up and he was relentless and he would make you ought to do the same performances and ship. And then afterwards he would tell the kids to vote allowed on who. Did the best was It was great. great. Training for when I got to Los Angeles. Because like it's so fucking cut throat that you have to weed out all of this stupid shit. So I get to Los Angeles. One of my first big auditions was for show, Boston public, and I'd like to show David Kelly. It was awesome. And I ended up like screen tests and getting really close at the end it was down to like maybe five or six of us for for the role. And I remember walking in there. And there was a kid like over rehearsing lines like out loud, you know, like acting it out like super like the kid who was getting shampoo. And I was like all of the rest of us were looking at this kid like fuck this guy. And you knew that guy wasn't going to get it. And sure enough he didn't like you can't do shit like that either. You can you can do it keep it to yourself. And that's kind of what it is and move on about your day or you can't I didn't. But you know, who did was. The guy who played my best friend in the new guy. Black is was Avery great actors in like he's now like a professional commercial actor he makes more money than he ever could make movies. He's an every gigantic commercial. He's probably been in eight nine Super Bowl ads. Mitch's just crushing it life. But he actually booked over me. And we talked about it later on the set of the new guys like that fucking dude who came in and he was just like Christ because he'd been in the business longer than I had obviously it was one of my first editions. And he goes man every time I see a motherfucker like that. You just want to tell them just to get out of the just go, just go home. It's never going to happen. Where you did that at home, right? Yeah. And that's it for any other job interview. Can you imagine? No. But I think we need more instructors and more people like that in the world..
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"By black rifle coffee dot com. Welcome to Ross Patterson revolution. What's up kids who I'm doing a live show in Philadelphia? So in the meantime, I wanted to rerun one of my favorite shows that I did on drink and broS when I got to sit down with one of my besties in this life guy by the name of Omar crispy of be look here. You've heard me talk about him. All the time did a grill your house off dot com. He's a friend in real life. He was a sergeant's. He had a crazy crazy. I don't wanna see accidents, but he was attacked overseas. While he was serving this great country of ours. And I got to sit and chat with him about his entire life, including what happened on that day. And it's it's one of the most powerful stories I've ever heard. I don't think I've ever broken down during an episode before. And I've done close to six hundred fifty these this one this one got me this is arguably one of the best interviews I've ever gotten to be a part of. And it's one of the best stories I've ever got to listen to. So I wanted to re share it with you on Ross Patterson revolution. In case. You don't listen to drink and broS podcasts because it is truly an inspiring story, and Omar is an amazing person. But first, we got some sponsors, babe. Is this fucking weird ash show to be on the on the air every single day, and we're super grateful them. First and foremost talking about black rifle coffee dot com. You know, the guys would be our C C B fries in this world. They make some of the finest coffee on the planet. So one hundred percent veteran owns it's made with the hands of real veterans. I don't know if that's you're not. I know that the hands of real veterans bag it up and ship it out straights. You it's fresh. They make the coffee in house, man. They're not re- bagging bullshit beans. It's a premium roast to order coffee. They make it fresh in house, and they got a subscription of the month club for it. I get it. Every single month of had it for shipment almost a year and a half. It gets delivered to your door the same date of every single month..
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"You live from Ross Patterson revolution with the mid-term election predictions show Jabes, how do you feel? I'm going for the video crowd to get a street I streets. My indie year that technical director stretch my go to to go to to do. What was that song? You're singing Monday night football. Feels like that's what this feels like feels like big game because the big game coming up. I mean, gosh it is a game. Kind of kind of his look everyone knows this points that I predicted the twenty sixteen election state by state by state for swing states was crazy missed one. So everyone since has been linked to do you got to do the midterms the midterms, and that's fine. We're going to have a really big show today about its and then just kind of go through step by step more or less. What happens in the two thousand sixteen election predictions show? How the trends that I saw weren't necessarily the trends that the media was posting in everything else. Yes. And then we will go from there. And we'll also talk about the positives. And negatives of it of what's going on including celebrities because there's a couple things of pops up today that are completely ridiculous thing. God. Amazing for for the show of ridiculous for the world. Just like we. We really doing this, and we really fucking doing this. Yes, it's crazy. And that's why we can kind of think of it as a game right because it's just turned into that's winning just just winning or losing. What not what people are standing for the issues? Not the other thing that I'm I'm amped about about this is for two more years to entire years. There is no elections. Don't have gash shit about this whatsoever. Yeah. Because in the let's face the next election. That's coming up in twenty twenty is going to be for the president's gonna be Trump versus someone else. We don't know who that someone is yet. They should know. Don't you think white DEA? I mean. There's a look there's a couple of people the I think the governor of Colorado just said yesterday that he's going to run this Hickenlooper guy. Don't like the knee. No are not gonna work for me. You can't have oh this is president had can Looper. I'm sorry. Can you already? I'm out gone already on that guy. And for those reasons your cut. Sorry. It's weird. Right. Can't do it. I will say like Barack Obama Barack Hussein Obama seriously. That's that was rough. You wanna talk about a guy, overcoming all the odds. It wasn't that. It was the first black man to be elected president wasn't that now overcoming the odds of a net name rock Hussein Obama like that's terrible middle America. Shacking them on your leg. So I don't think he gets enough credit for that really drew one with that name twice. That's really true. His name is my name to. That's like Jon Jacob jingle Heimer Schmidt. His name is my name sue great somehow convince everybody that's good enough had to be a couple people in the world that were like they nominated Saddam Hussein. Yeah. There was there had to be it. I know this for a fact that during the first election, that's what they were really pressing on because we were in. We're still in the fuck more in the Middle East, but we were in the heart of it, then and they were like, do you really want somebody Barack Hussein Obama Republicans use that on all ads in the commercials and all that other stuff? So they went for it on that basis. But you know, she he steamrolled McCain in that one. And there was nothing. You can do he got in under the wire. Of what's happening now because I don't know if it would fly. No. I don't know. It depends. Like, I still I still think in, you know, look, I lean right towards most issues and all that other shit, obviously, definitely voted Republican because I early voted all ready for the midterms. But some. You know, I still don't wanna give up hope in the fact that there could be a great person out there running from either party or an independence later on down the road. That is great for this country, truly I try to to vote on the individual. There's more issues that agree with on the right than the left..
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
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"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"That's that's what we needed can be nice to have out there hopefully get a game with for sure for sure we'll listen lane taylor i appreciate you being on the show man you're fantastic dude and much continued success thank you so much man thanks have meal absolutely man have a great offseason enjoy the draft all right thanks take care but lane taylor guard for the green bay packers great fucking dude really enjoyed that conversation i'm always been i was a soft spot for the green bay packers they are team that is always great i love people with excited fan basis that's why i love hashtag bills mafia so much is i love people that are that amt about their football team that they're just ready to run through a wall because they're excited and passionate about the sport probably because i am look i'm excited and passionate about about my teams as well obviously it's definitely been well documented but it's it's cool and refreshing to hear also that a guy like lane who's had a lot of success is still playing fantasy football i like that i like believing in your team and we had pete rose on i was like i didn't fault him for betting on his own team i wish i wish there was more of it so thank you for being on the show lane this was a fun one kid's thanks for listening to ross patterson revolu every.
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Did we dive together in thailand in two thousand seven and even better this is this is how fucking sharp this guy is he goes your name is bert right but the gary member my name ten years later he's on every big tv show he's a huge fuck and actor is going to be even bigger actor but that was my wall goggin story but the guy literally remembered me ten years on a dive trip remembered my fucking name and nobody cute him up for this i'd never told anybody at history the story never told anybody anything but man i was super fucking blown away by the guy just this is why follow him is his pictures he seems like the most interesting man in the world where he's on a dive or he's hunting or his distilling gin whiskey got muhanga stilling now and they make he's always like these cool like black and white photos having having a smoke drink seems like van one day and the next day he's out of premier and you're like man what do you do like all the time so worldwide and i enjoy falling every post is like love and this is the best of how real like four real cool like the idea of cool that i had when i was a kid from watching movies of like nothing you know not the like jok that's cool but like the actual fucking cool bologna who is really cool you're like with.
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Yeah yeah we watched like fuck like forty minutes worth video john laughing with like twelve strangers drinking the other night it was just like holy shit there is amazing people out this lapore like yeah what the fuck is this i need all of us like our scalp see the brain moving guys awesome but that's why is questioned is trying to get people known awesome whose yours mine and i don't i follow the guy watches movies but josh brolin had degrom is one of like one post is super profound it's great credible message and the next one is him and his wife and she's plucking ear hairs out i mean it's just it's it's the goofiest craziest doesn't give a fun ceram is one that i always stop at and i'm like how is this fucking guy doing this shit on instagram just funny man it's just super fundings here's mine is actually on your show it's goggin 's his great so great for different reason he just seems i love him as an actor he's one of my favorite actors you the story my my connection wall no no so two thousand seven got back from a pretty interesting iraq trip it was it was a hard work trip got back and i would just reboot like i would get so much leave saved up in the military that i had thirty days leaving i would take it so i took leave i would go to like australia by myself and just rented a landrover something dr anyway went to thailand got hooked up at the marriott hotel and pook cat with a dive trip and it was kind of the off season so is super slow you go you sign up for to go scuba diving and they're like hey we're gonna pair you up with this guy.
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"All right it's your turn yeah and he's like i didn't really have anything one guy we did a last shown wilmington's brewery and the beer is super sean craft beer like all like ten to thirteen like wilmington very company it's my favorite on the planet and like in the middle of the show this guy kept screaming off things like the funky saying and he's like actually be on your show and i was like great come on on so i see and i'm talking to and i'm like you know if you're awesome and crazy expect sexual experience go and the guy starts telling the story in his fucking mom called and i could see it and it said mom go your mommy like answer that fucking phone while he was told the story of dis thailand tell your mom what you just told me right now and like he had to and you could hear no creole not allowed to come home why don't even know me this to you the crowding anyone else went ahead chris and his mom's found out about pinkai fucking thailand because he got pooped on by a stripper or whatever now we're talking chris it had it now we're we're where where are you social media wise where can people finding stew grange which your handle for all the stuff on instagram and twitter eighty patterson hi and like hi hi like do you like social media because now i find that it's so necessary obviously totally that.
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"King stream stage it's so loud you can't hear yourself and it was ninety minutes and like but like all these people kept coming up on stage like he could tour came up played harmonica had we had we had all our instruments up there so we started playing music randy broadus her monica so like at one point like we're just doing like a gong show yeah i was crowd was there like there was the qatar from breaking benjamin like the amount of people that were like in the green room behind us just our friends that showed up yeah it was like we'll put them on stage party behind the party somebody came up like we'd bottles a whisky company lead singers we bought us a lead slingers on the stage and like everybody listens to watches the show and they feel like they know us and we're all fucking cool this guy i'm fifteen minutes into the show just walks up taps me on the shoulder from behind him whiskey you want bottle of whiskey and he's like just just give me a quick pool and i'm like middle of the show scape we're just hanging out bras to me oh you drinkin bro all right take a quick pool i started drinking out to this guy could add aids for all and that's the beauty of the fun of all of this shit is like anything goes and it's fun and it almost feels like improv or taking it back to like old school theater like get drunk people at your shows you queasy shit at the at the show we grambling's we have never been heckled like they don't heckle they try and insert something and then you've you go out and put them on the spot or denver showed or mostly our colorado springs one that got yelled certain out.
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Never happened never happened usually the letdown yeah like usually you're trying to convince your brain like hey take it easy kid just like don't have expectations but i couldn't i couldn't not be excited and then it yeah ways or past do you guys improv on a show like that a lot or is it pretty scripted it is pretty scripted but we danny night improvise a fair amount because we would always find stuff in the scenes that even if it was something physical or there was always stuff changing and growing in it we never would change like plot stuff when we were improvising sure yeah no big things whatever change changing words and we always left it kinda open which was so fun which is my favorite that's awesome yeah if we start the beginning where are you from originally texas city texas really texas city oh yeah you do from texas where'd you grow up fort worth and houston both fort worth houston than a little bit of kansas city crazy yeah unless someone's from around houston they don't know where spring spring texas filled spring cafe remember a kid i've been in houston twice in the last year on accident once teammate super bowl so we went we had another interview down there like two weeks ago the weather's so weird right around that area where it was just like a rainstorm we'd come in houston might as well be a jungle i mean it is like florida it is why.
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"They just decided it had more than just a two hour story so yeah he enjoyed hill road it and then jodi directed the first season and then david gordon green directed the second season mailed it eastbound and down together yeah and that from like i want to say a small college in north carolina they went eight school those guys and some of the writers this dude jeff radley a bunch of a bunch of their pows lake on the set who work on stuff with them all went to north carolina school the arts yeah it's crazy that tiny little college produce that much talents yeah rarely happens yeah i mean i must be a good school i don't know yes i i live in north carolina the only thing i've heard didn't even brand is there oh really idea about the rest tiny when you got that role where you like holy fuck it can't buy finally got something that this is like i mean i was so stoked because i i already loved those guys from eastbound and stuff and i have always thought danny was hilarious from his movies and from eastbound and so yeah i was beyond stoked because i felt like i would get them to and i totally did and they totally got me and it was just like instantly fun that's awesome favorites from justified gog is in it so let down then once you got on the show zero that was fun to season like they were awesome awesome endured i came in hot with my expectations of like this is going to be read and it was way more rather than i thought.
"patterson" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
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"patterson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It's got two guards are you love sandwiches this is the libertador show with this two god's only years pm radio espn radio is presented bob aggressive jared's james patterson gonna to join this show and just a second on these shell pennzoil performance lautem rattled because our budget tennis names in front of me these are tough here's your sports centre update and the ladies bragging for the australian open number one ranked simona how halla cruise by naomi osaka in straightsets the move on to the quarterfinals other quarterfinal matches include caroline wozniacki versions carlos whereas navarro elise mertens verses elina fit spit elina no idea angelique kerber versus madison keys and finally rush band member alex lifezette has confirm russia's breakup saying quote after forty one years we felt like it was enough it said oh let's thanks earlier on the porgera more you bomb that rush broke up that was the first concert i ever want to rush and then ecdc that's thanks for all the latest headlines information tuna sports in her on espn radio all throughout the day ghirma also put on the poll would you be okay with an alarm system throughout america to alert you when that patriots thing and was apponaug a an alarm that goes off everywhere i love that the the visual you created where everyone in the fourth quarter runs outside it's happening every month and everyone runs i it's braiding time brady time so james patterson air you may be familiar with his work he's sold his books have sold more than three hundred million copies he's done one hear about aaron hernandez all american murderer it's available now this is an author that is so good that even i have read one or two of all right the highest kaduna james patterson thank you for being on with us sir.