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"professor college" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A radio collar James. Of course, that's Roy Orbison working for the man 1964 on monument. Noah didn't shark fact Here's a marketing coup. It was never released until it appeared as an album cut Unquote Mohr of Roy Orbison's greatest hits unquote from Monument. But it was a terrific record anyway. So why not were talking with Bob Bergman Assistant Professor College of Business Louis University and we were just mentioning Facebook and I will absolutely agree with you. I hadn't thought about it as necessarily a tool for employers. But you can put up a Facebook profile and I created two of them won was a liberal female and the other was a conservative male and I collected friends. And what was so interesting on this was that the conservative male friends all believe strongly in one way, the liberal female all believe strongly in another way, But if you looked at their pages, you'd swear that that was the worldview of everybody. It was almost like the group mind exploded on these pages. So other than what they look like, and maybe who their friends are. What are employers looking at on Facebook? That's really yet there we'll go backto psychology. Rarely does the best candidate for a job. Get the job. A person gets a job with the person with the best step for the team or the best fit for the organization. And if it is could be defined in a lot of different ways, the way they look the way they act the way they dress on the background skills, experience their beliefs and values system that sort of thing. So what? They're looking for the makeover Facebook to look at pictures pictures to see what they look like that they look like us. So that person will that person be a good fit with your friends. You could tell us a French person. They don't spend a lot of time reading the post interesting. To make the stamp judgment May it might read the post. But More specifically, they're trying to make a snap decision. Yeah, they want to see if you're dressed in an elephant suit or strippers. Customs. All right, we've got back in Chicago. Welcome to W. G. N radio Jack. Hey, guys, Uh, appreciate the conversation. Um, but just little background. I, uh The last 10 years recruiting leader. I've been recruiting for 20 years and currently with a large global Uh, consulting firm and some of the stuff he's talking about. It's just I just wouldn't recommend that first of all. If you've got Facebook talking about Facebook, it's illegal for us to even look at you. What could see what Something looks like you can get. The company could get sued. Somebody get higher. They find out we only search one candidate. Out of the 1000 that applied to this one is rejected. So if you have Facebook, I don't just put it put the setting. Such can't see it right said Nobody can see your stuff. You're absolutely right. He worked absolutely. Okay. Okay. So what if he's after Jordan companies do it anyway? Well, I'm not. I'm not advocating. And I'm just saying that most businesses in America small medium sized instances and they say, you know, screw it to the sea. They don't want equal employment opportunity. They want to choose the people that they want to choose. Jack, you're working for a big firm. There's a lot of liability has got deep pockets. Of course, you've got to follow the rules. So so, but even as even when I was getting started with small search from right, I mean, that's pretty Facebook, I suppose. But other things like the resume, you know, let's make is simply a marketing tool. And what you a conversation. That's all and What room shouldn't killer towards what's the job? What is the job and printing them up? 19 hasn't put up a resume. I haven't written up a resonate forever. So less concerned about some of those kinds of things and much more concerned about my skills. And how life for him towards a job. Okay, Well, let me ask you, Jack. So what? What Bob had said was that some employers air, taking the easy way out and going to the aggregators who have tons of resumes on there. If you're writing a resume, and you don't know who you're writing it, too. What's the most important thing that you would look for on it? Well did the recruiter HR person issue turned earlier here looking at thousands of resumes. Me and looking at him for seconds. Little 20 seconds, 30 seconds and all. They're looking for us. One of the buzzwords for the job. So what you're looking at there is having a resume posted somewhere that somebody might see that matches your skill set search for those skills. Your account. You're gonna have a whatever course you took all those kind of Industry sort of language, so but if your sales person you're gonna wanna have what? Not in the street is you sold it one of the sales numbers that you have. The best thing that somebody do our resumes. You're gonna have all that stuff chronological and all that, But the best thing you could do is have a summer at the top. It says I am, you know, through 20 years of experience. Uh, these transfers, including in these kind of projects, hiring these many people reading this play teams, and I could change that. Based on what the job is that I'm applying for. So if I'm gonna move from Stumping for him to walk from changer to have worked on legal what I have for being upset, but I don't know. So I'm saying is, don't get hung up on the resume. It's important, but it's a marketing tool in action. Actually, I think that's what well together too much you Todd, But I think that's what Bob is is saying since he is a marketing professor, But I'm delighted that you called Jack and I hope you will again. Thank you. They're absolutely right. It is jacketed that paragraph at the top. It has the button the buzzwords in it. It's going to attract the attention of the potential employer and Checked apartment, along with the best place to find those buzzwords is in the position. Descriptions.
"professor college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Because when it comes to the fight for truth never stops listening to who is one of our our analysts is in and who has a lawyer for many impeachment trials and he was saying there's too much focus on the facts and the evidence and not enough on the emotion and maybe even visual aids it will have been the most compelling maybe things like range to really hit home what they're talking about when it comes to consequences president unintentionally sound analysis here from Donna bash of of CNN CNN has this whole this whole crew of like Democrats you kind of take the NPR we're just going to be very hello and our analysis all the time so it seems like it has more gravitas than it does but they're just all pushing the same stuff they're all Democrats they never standing through interesting optically learn it but is where it is but to Donna Bosch they're actually stumble on some truth I think accidentally first of all the that their focus so much on the facts and not on a motion is laughable this is wrong on that she's wrong on that because you and Adam Schiff I mean this guy it's like he was auditioning for some really self important pompous Aaron Sorkin movie you can just hear as the whole thing was like straight out of the that that TV show the west wing or the American president with Michael Douglas it off all these is to have to watch this stuff growing up and I was like why the Democrats are always the good guys and it's always some bad guy usually with a southern accent and like a Republican is a bad man and you know you're like well why is this always the entertainment that we get that's because lives lives dominate media lives dominate Hollywood I don't use all as it turns out I think it's almost a hundred to one in terms of donations for professors college professors I think the campus reform group had that out this week I had some crazy number basically all college professors who donate to a political party donuts Democrats I know that's not surprising but when you see the numbers it's staggering how politically not representative colleges at colleges and universities are anyway the data down about years saying their focus too much on the facts not the emotions things all emotion from Adam Schiff there that's there just this is all just anti trump theater but I I do think that she's also reacting to the fact that it was he says all we need more maps and things like such as the Iraqis don't have them and the maps like such as the Iraq so you'll get that and it is the truth is it's just so boring that they know Islam in every day the ratings are going down less and less people are watching or no fewer and fewer people are watching boom because we can count the number of people out there they're not watching because there's nothing really to see we are and we know the argument they can keep trying to make it a big gashes speech about how this is the fate of the Republic and I'm sure that all of them and then you know speaking of gashes you know Jerry Nadler comes up there the whole thing it's just as a total mass when ultimately it just doesn't it just doesn't it's not gonna fly it's not going to get it down the way they want to get it done and there's some long term damage that is being done in this whole process I mean here's here's senator Lindsey Graham has been good on this I gotta tell you Wendy Gramm has been good on this particular topic a lot when Lizzie's over the target he does a good job and he's on the target the simplest level of having involved into impeachment trials this is the second one I just want to make an observation here what the house managers were proposing yesterday is basically destroy the institution of the presidency as we know it make it make it when it comes to partisan impeachment not have a venue to go to court and litigate privileges and that of an exercise for prior presence when it comes to Donald Trump they're willing to destroy the institution of the office in the name of gaining ham so bottom line the Clinton impeachment was conducted by outside counsel there's no I'm here Ken Starr spent five years investigating the pros have before we took up the matter in the house the president was allowed to cross examining can store at the house Judiciary Committee he recommended eleven grounds for impeachment and president Clinton utilize the course extensively on his behalf he's right they are attacking their undermining institutions while pretending to defend them this is become a Democrat a Democrat recurring theme and that's what we see happening here it's it's just stunning they pretend that the best thing that could happen for this country right now would be the removal of the president think about that for a moment I was telling you last hour about how the re one reason they hate the present so much years because he is successful in his also kept faith faith with his base but let's even think about what it would be like the day after the removal of president trump Inglewood trump voters with the contents to write full contempt that they would have for our elections for institutions the president has never never in what two hundred and thirty forty some odd years at this point never been removed from office presidents have have started wars they shouldn't have started presidents have put people in internment camps as your president seven others a lot of things that are going on here from prison is never been removed you're a move this guy for this you think that this is impeachable Jay Sekulow actually in some of his better moments and he's seen raise this issue to be using it this is enough I guess this guy play a quick five please.
"professor college" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"What do Tinder Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong. Where'd they right. And how can you you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home home Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre affi listening subscribe on Apple podcast the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts outcasts bobby bones post show pre show I was looking at Raymundo and Raimondo and I work communicating Morgan number two sometimes starts communicating back to me when I'm not talking to her and I'm like we got our whole communication law because she is right in the eyesight of Raymundo and remote in our like talking to the glass and Morgan number two jump smells like yeah I think so too. What does she even talking about. It's a weird thing here. <hes> these is so close together. Morgan feels like you're always looking at me and now that's fine. I can also look at her all the time it she'll just looking at Ray. I just WANNA stare stare at her yeah. It'd be nothing <hes> what's up everybody. We just finished Thursday show. <hes> tomorrow is going to be good though if you listen to tomorrow just more will be tomorrow so hopefully you'll check that out. I I'll say we should start with the target story and Amy's kids <hes> and I was watching watching your instagram story last night and your son farted so loud on your instagram story right on your phone. He's really into doing that yesterday now. Is that just a boy thing. You think it's hilarious. I don't know did you. Yes I mean I mean. My daughter gets a little bit annoyed by now but she'll laugh with him but does she do it <hes> yeah but she just kind of owns. It doesn't make a big deal about it like he does it and I'll just be like oh my stomach and then he when we're in public public now he were target going down the aisle and he'll do it and then people will be shopping on the same aisle and now he just looks at them. He's like sorry sorry that my mom. It's awesome like it's not me so then I sound like I'm the thirty eight year old long like being like it wasn't me and then the people are like. Ok sure you know so. What do you do to stop a kid from farting. I mean well. We've it's gotten to the point where like it's one of those things where sometimes even though it is fun. We don't want to be party poopers <music> but he has to like leave the room and go to the bathroom and shut the door and do it and then he can come back out. I know I know because but then Dan I don't really so uptight about it because it does make him laugh so hard that I don't want to always make him like excuse himself go to the bathroom. Come back I was. I'm not a big farther like not not for attention right. I don't even think it's that funny but during the minority I know but that being said I was an uber yesterday and just forget. It's not my car sometimes and so I'm back and I'm at the back room back corner. That's the name of the new Eddie Right back where that corner and the I don't want to Uber Down because they want to drive down to possibly get a parking spot so I call Uber and picks me up and get in and I just sit back and the guy has turned on some them to Nineties playlist and is counting crows and I'm just like man this is cool loud and it looks back and you can't just act like it was nothing and I remember thinking to myself itself. Why would I do that. I feel like it's my car. I it's not but I just had that feeling like all right. Let me just like nobody nineties. playlists made you feel also comfortable. The the was funny and I did it and if you don't act like it's a big deal. Nobody cares right. I was just like Yep and he's in songs one nine to another and I'm like man. This is my jams. It looks back at me. He goes the nineties. Were good to me man. You're like what does that mean. I didn't yeah no it imagine the morning follow up because I put on my uber APP like how much talking to you want and I always put little. I'll take a little by trying to go into a docu series. The Big Talker and options wants scroll to the most mighty. We look and see what the options for. The most talking talks a lot like good. Oh at a massage once they gave me that option and one of the options was talk your face off like nope like that. The talk a lot about describing you talk. You're facing now the Mike when you get that. Will you read it on the screen for me. <hes> have all this stuff on my screen here to talk about that. We didn't get to today on the show and some things that like we didn't talk about the farting thing because I didn't want to put it out on the I mean people could could be eating breakfast and yeah. The kids would've loved it. We'll hit it occasionally but right but the main point is. I need to get him to stop like outing saying it's. It's me in public when it's not that's pretty funny. That's pretty awesome actually going. I had mentioned but I'll kind of share this because some people wonder what what's happened in the Morgan number one. She now works over with my management team and yesterday we sat in a room. We had you text me about this yesterday to like. How Did you vision meeting go. I'm there's mostly about touring and three and stuff like that that kind of weighing doing T._v. Shows all the stuff we're just it's kind of kind of getting offers to do things now and so it was the first time that she had been in a meeting instead of she'll be good kind of owning it a little bit so <hes> worked with her yesterday. We're still interviewing. I think they may have called people and told them they didn't make the shortlist because that's all Mike Signs Post. He sent his resume resume. The joke is I guess that'd make short list. I got the call. Oh you didn't and he didn't make sure this never never produced a radio show right. He applied as a joke yeah. He's in a really really long resume. That's that's amazing and it was like three quarters. Israel resume funny stuff to God and he put me as a reference to get to me and it was like references. He put me as a reference. He's funny <hes> yeah so he do. You have my number if you saw the same phone number is shit see if he's available. It's a teacher sure. I don't know if you can answer the phone. I'd put him on the PO. Show pre show. He's a professor is a professor <hes> which is crazy. I'm more than a teacher. Yes I think so. It's a college college teacher right. Do you need more schooling for that. I don't think so okay. I think it's going to be a masters for the most part to be a college teacher the teacher he's an educator educator educate. Probably the universal were by Professor College. I think you could even call. Some people. Professors in high school like people have been there for a long time. I don't know maybe you should learn. Maybe he knows the difference. Mike signs well. Get on <hes> also get him on and if you can answer let me know Raimondo but he didn't get a call so we have have you know five or six people that we're talking to to bring him in <hes> someone's asking what we don't promote somebody here internally. We don't have anyone that is qualified to do it into. I mean this is like a hundred and fifty radio stations dealing dealing with sales. It's dealing with creative. It's the night show. It's it's a lot internally. You mean someone like us. Yeah one of us we. We don't have one someone yeah you want a job. No you're not qualified. No no no. I'm not qualified for that. <hes> you could do it eventually not hungered for bringing the people who have executive executive produced talking to other shows or T._v. They've mold seen oversee multiple T._V. Shows kind of a multi thing is the issue so doing that quiet preferred happy to chat or no preference. What was the most happy to chat chat. That's not not bad. That's not overwhelming. Talk your face off like <hes> have a note here. I copy and paste from Eddie. Eddie sent me a note that said his dad loves the livestream yeah but he has a problem with this he doesn't he was. I guess he was just trying to be nice and offer some <hes> little advice but he said it's great looks awesome but man there too many commercial breaks in like that. That's how you know this how it works like we have commercials so we have commercial breaks but we're working on and even song breaks yes. He just said there's I mean there's a lot of breaks. Some people think when we play a song it's like a commercial to them because they just want to talk the whole time right there like why are you going away for break. I'm like that's Luke. Comb break yeah yeah. That's me playing a song. Mike Sciences on Serious Mike Signs. Hey man what's up dude. Hey you're on the post. Show pre show ooh favorite just so you know you're being you're on right now so a couple of questions one. I saw you post on twitter that you didn't make the short list for the executive producer job. Uh how well you said you invited the shortlist to hang out with. You and I think with these okay got it you. You didn't get a call saying you didn't make it like a thank you know. I didn't know that would be the professional thing to tell me no. I don't know what they're doing. Wow I'm not talking to them. They may have talked told everyone no. I didn't get anything also the professional thing I mean. You applied for a job kind of as a joke yeah yeah. That was that's the whole funny. Part is is probably didn't even take my application seriously I wrote some of the they kind of did and they sent it to me and they were like this guy serious. We can't tell if he's serious and I was like no. No that's my friend. He's being an idiot but were you being serious. No no not at all down. He loves says Jones debating. If you're a professor or a teacher <hes> yes the answer is that the question is yes. I'm both considered the same thing but why some people say professor and some people say teacher <hes> some people <hes> like to glorify it more than than a teacher <hes> <hes> but usually at the university level they call it like an assistant professor associate professor just a better title but we all do the same thing well t- to me and what is your job. <hes> I currently teach public speaking to incoming freshmen and I also work in the Student Success Center and what do they they call you..
"professor college" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"To my eyes appears to have no problem living that economic activity, and they've also problem saying yes to every developer. United States and south through. And so that actually works in well with what Salesforce may wanna do. There's money in their trains, and then they're developers in their campaign funds are, so as we continue right here on the Katie Mike cantata show yet, choose your news is coming up. We've got that and should a college professor college employees. He's been accused of sexual misconduct. Just be banned from working cautious. Talk about that. Get a traffic department Tracy Taylor by Chevrolet ever. So let's talk about what's going on right now for drivers in Olympia. Of course, we're talking about this world semi the debris, spill south on five out near what a one it looks like we still have two lanes blocked and a backup extending from Marvin roads. So where are we out when it comes to our travel times are Olympia, Tacoma drive sitting at forty minutes, where about seventy from Tacoma heading into Olympia and just a heads up to you. We do have a Seattle Sounders match tonight and that's at Cheney stadium at a lot of heavy traffic right now on southbound five for those of you. Leaving Federal Way in heading out towards the Tacoma dome. Backups on five twelve from my five heading out towards canyon drivers or encountering him a few more delays southbound on the valley freeway just after eight three with a crash on the side. You're still going to run into some backups here in Seattle and that includes that northbound five commute and not only as we get out of the U district and heading into Mountlake terrace. But once again, after the Boeing freeway that goes all the way up to state route five to eight Marysville, still working with the earlier issue north on four or five at Alderwood that's slowing you down from just after the Damson road. Drive across the water is starting to fill in on I ninety five twenty more on that in ten minutes. Traffic brought to you by Chevrolet Everett. The best new Chevrolets have oil changes in warranty for life. You'll find yours with no stress pricing. At Chevrolet of Everett. Find new roads at Chevrolet of ever dot com. Kiro radio realtime traffic, I'm Tracy Taylor. College. Coming up chooser news..
"professor college" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of unrolling it, but they could see words on the outside. In three words that kept repeating themselves were dig and gold and Cuba. So I mean, they knew what they had on their hands. It was something unlike every other Dead Sea scroll, but I think too. There was a, you know, Israel's not sovereign overture son at this time that the Dead Sea scrolls are in the hands of the Jordanian antiquities thirty. And so no Jewish scholars are allowed to work on the Dead Sea scrolls at this point, which really reduced their expertise level as well. I think the Dead Sea scroll aditorial team that was there which is worth of book in its own right? Just to those guys where they were overwhelmed. They were you know, being flooded with all of these both every day. So I just don't think that the copper scroll was very high on their priority list. They had you publishing schedules. It they would be thirty years off on in terms of once they were able to get the Dead Sea scrolls published and to the public so they were going to spend the rest of their lives being really far behind on their workload. But one guy. His name was John allegro. He he's not at the average of the Dead Sea scrolls editorial team, he just he works fast. He wasn't as careful methodical as the rest of them. But really we have him to sort of thank for getting getting his the Dead Sea scrolls, just inviting the public into that process. From the very beginning. And he was the one that champion the copper scroll, and he brought it to his alma mater, which was Manchester university in England, and and he found he went to different different antiquities experts. But he ended up. Finding a guy. Henry right Baker. Who is just a professor an engineering professor college of engineering at Manchester university. So really, no no business really being being the guy that would open the copper scroll, but he had got and he had faith, and and he thought he could do it. And so he engine neared a contraption of old World War. Two materials are retired World War Two materials and things from the school of dentistry. And if you look at them and see, and you can see pictures of it online. There's pictures in the puck, and it is the crudest thing. I mean, I it. Yeah. It makes me queasy just even look at it. And think that that was about to touch touch such an age that document, but but he did it and he opened the into two twenty.
"professor college" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Able to to get the Dead Sea scrolls published and to the public so they were going to spend the rest of their lives being really far behind on their workload. But one guy. His name was John allegro. He's not at the Mavericks of the Dead Sea editorial team, he just he works fast. He. Wasn't as careful methodical Iraq of them. But really we have to sort of thank for getting getting his the Dead Sea scrolls, just inviting the public into that process from the very beginning. And he was the one that champion the copper scroll, and he brought it to his album mater, which was Manchester university and an England, and and he found the he went to different different entities experts. But he ended up. Finding a guy. Henry right Baker. Who is just a professor an engineering professor college of engineering at Manchester university. So really, no no business really being being the guy that would open the copper scroll, but he had got he had faith, and and he thought he could do it. And so he enjoyed neared a contraption of old World War Two materials or retired World War Two materials and things from the school of dentistry. And if you look at them and see, and you can see pictures of it online. There's pictures in the book, and it is the crudest thing. I mean. Yeah, it makes me queasy just even look at it. And think that that was about to touch types such an ancient document, but but he did it and he opened the into two twenty three pieces. And so as soon as he was able to he rotated the covers growing, spend, all and would make flip. And he was able to open it up into twenty three straps, which would allow it to be read. How was it that Allegra was able to spirit the copper scroll out of disputed territory, and and take it back to England and cut it open. Was he given permission to do that? Did he take that upon himself? How did that happen? Right. Well, that's a good question. He says he. He did he took it upon himself. Although the Jordanian department of antiquities had to approve it. And so I they just gave him one. And now it's kind of a compromise that they made here's one of the two roles if you destroy this one at least we still have the other half. And thankfully, when the when the first cut was made Henry right Baker and John allegro had. Agreed. What's the contraption made to to meet back the next day? 'cause it was going to be that I cut that would prove whether or not, you know, their idea works, and and so. It was actually the Baker made the first cut the night before. And in his diary. He says that if he had shattered it into a million pieces he wanted to be alone and his misery. So how clearly he he would still you know, worried enough that that it wouldn't work. But Lancaster Harding was the director the Jordanian department of antiquities. So you know, these are all internationals that are running this that she's pro team for four during Israel's possession it. But time her not sure that they would want to know workshop out this kind of process, but but for for Harding. He was already facing a lot of of internal drama. Himself. And so.
"professor college" Discussed on KTRH
"To coast. Peter Ward with us, Peter you've been an Astro biologists for a long long time. What exactly is that? Well, it really is a new science in a way what people were trying to do is. It's a hard science because what are we have? We have an end of one we know of one planet and one kind of life. But I think all of us who study do this type of study. They're none of us believe that life is unique to the earth the conditions. That chemistry are probably be the same throughout the cosmos. It just seems highly improbable that this is the only place that it started. And this is why in this book, we just wrote we're suggesting that there was at least life on two planets, and I've often said that the one place I'd like to see us go explore the most alien life that we could really even conceive of in the solar system would be on titan. This is the moon of Saturn and the beautiful thing about tightening. Is this use? It has a very thick atmosphere. So you could use conventional type airplanes to export surface. You've got enough air pressure there that you could just go everywhere in a plane around there. Let's skip Jupiter. Let's go to tighten. Why not? Money. What do you think of Europa? The thing about your Rolpa is certainly if you could get through the ice, you've got an ocean that's a hundred kilometers deep, but how are you going to get through the ice? That's the hard part. And there's so little sunlight hitting it compared to where we are. We know that life harvest energy, and there's not gonna be much sunlight type of energy the best you could hope for would be. If it has a some sort of core down deep that is giving them off energy, maybe but just Jupiter sell flexing its muscles and causing the planet to flex from the great gravitational effort. That's why we show the cracks on its surface. No, I'm I'm going for titan. You like that those methane lakes? Yeah. I think more and more people are saying, you know, why not one way trips you get any number of people sign up for you. Can't we can't bring you back. But we could get you there. It'd be the trip of a lifetime. Well, it'd be the end of your lifetime. Next up Phillies in Syracuse, New York. Hello, phil. Welcome to the show. I george. Shacks? We've had an unusually warm winter I finally ever had to rabbi long underwear except for Sunday when it went down to twenty one below and today, that's cool. Yeah. Yeah. Sunday, twenty one below this morning, ten below. That's still cold keep that long underwear their fill. Right. Go ahead. I'd also like to note that on November. I I was in Baltimore. And then I drove down to southern Virginia. And I it was eighty degrees. And it was a string of heat that kept going. It's weird. Yeah. It's weird different parts. I mean, Saint Louis has been strangely warm this winter too. I mean what what's up is down in down is up these days. Tony in corona California. I Tony welcome. Good to have you with us. Thank you very much. Go ahead. I'm person the thirty different types of meteor phenomenon and been privileged to has seen. JPL follows a Mars six months before his look. Wow. Because my professor college problems to the class and lay them all out said, dude, I touch them. Fingerprints. Must be great to be able to get that. I view yet. I feel out. Anyway, my comment is Russia somewhere between the eighteen hundreds to the middle of. First decade in the nineteen hundreds and Russia's Orlando's meteorites and knock the forests down. They're black and white photos available. If you were to look for them in the right area. Liane just flat Guscott, right? Thank Russkoe Tunguska. Yes. You say tomato. I say tomato. Yes. Nineteen thirteen nineteen. Oh, eight I think eight pretty sure it's here's an interesting story about that. But the father of the of the hydrogen bomb was born in that year. So this this is a interesting year. Anyway. Let me ask. You gotta ask you this Peter about your thoughts on. Extraterrestrial life out there. As an Astro biologist. You've got to believe that we can't be alone. Even though you wrote that book rare earth, why complex life is uncommon in the universe. Do you think they're still intelligent life out there like us? Oh, yeah. I bet my life on it. How could it have happened? Only one time. No, I'm certain that. There are other civilizations. Well, I can't be certain gonna scientist. And I really think there probably are other civilizations out there. Just where I came to disagree with a great Carl Sagan. He he and Frank Drake's suggest is that right now if you go out on the night sky, and you look up our galaxy has over a million intelligent civilizations. And it goes back to the great Enrique affair me. Where are they? If there were a million civilizations out there with intelligence and clearly space flight, it's not that hard to do once, you can master metals and get electron IX and curiosity you're going to go out and space where are they? That's it's just maybe that there are so few and they're so space is so unbelievably vast that everyone is just a tiny little related island. We'll never find another civilization out there. I'm still thinking of these crows that you said are going to attack nita's one day. Gosh. Unbelievable flapping wings. Some of them are pretty big, by the way. Oh, yeah. The big ravens what we're seeing? I mean going back to another question you had about the ocean. No, we're seeing on the west coast that there is a species of squid, they're called Red Devils in Mexico. And at least one fisherman has been killed by these. I know a number of divers taking TV photos of these have been attacked by these things, and they're really big six foot long red squid, and they've been moving north and the size of the school seems to be getting bigger and these things are no joke. I mean, giant squids are solitary animals, but if you have hundreds to thousands of six foot long squid and their carnivorous, wow. Be before we get a diary. Lookout worse than a shark bite. That's for sure. Oh, way way worse. And then in the kind of a somewhat ancient days, the pirate days didn't people see large monster squids that would that would encircle a ship. There's certainly would woodcut that you see they're called the kraken rather Craig another cracking in these things were fairly large in size. I mean, it's certainly missed comes from reality somewhere. Somehow, these ancient myths that we have all have a basis in reality. Let's go to Dennis out there in California now. Hey, johnny. Go ahead. Thank you very much. Sure. Good evening. Global warming is is my concern in the California drought, and how many inches the ocean has risen since. I'm about your age and have lived over the six decades and curious how much is risen fifty years ago. My high school agriculture teacher taught us about the California water project and the the central valley. Delta had agriculture pumps that would pump ocean saltwater at times. If they they didn't flush freshwater adequately from all the Sierra reservoirs, and he was suggesting in teaching us three different plans. One was a plan to dam the San Francisco Bay keep it the saltwater away. And so it wouldn't intrude. And so we don't have to three hundred and sixty five days a year. Site the saltwater with fresh water. So that they can pump freshwater in the in the delta for agriculture. And what do you feel about that? Well, let's cutting. It's a real concern. I lived in Davis California Sacramento for a long time without sounding egotistical. I wrote a book caller flooded earth, which I talked a lot about the delta. I know the plan your speaking of this was to build a dam right underneath the Golden Gate Bridge. There have been other plans. There's a plan to dam off the Mediterranean to put a huge fan right across from Gibraltar to Morocco. San Francisco is taking this very seriously about the rise of sea level the places that should worrier Miami. And galveston. I mean, you've got once you just have sea level rise a little bit. If it's the kickoff for the storm surge, you know, it's not it's not the the two or three or ten inches or half a foot or three feet. The gets you. It's that the storm surge. The giants storms are that much closer to land to to pick up and throw their energy at you. How how how often does the grass lawn survive? If you have a huge wind whipped salt water wave coming over it. And so it is the lone line rice areas that I share most for we have so much agriculture that is done within three feet of sea level and three feet of sea level is pretty much what we expect to have the rise by twenty one hundred. So this is where it intersects with the highest population that we expect to have at the time that sea level was going to be wiping out a lot of rice because salt goes sideways and sideways. In addition is what the San Joaquin valley is dealing with the melting ice caps. I keep hearing that there also growing. So what's going on? It depends where you look ice caps are kind of irrelevant to us. We don't we really on this planet. I really don't care about ice caps. But we really worry about ice sheets ice caps or the ice. It floats on the surface melting not melting coming and going so what? But what really happens if you start melting Antarctic and Greenland ice, that's where the ice sheets are this is where real trouble comes in. And so it is an ice on land every bit that melts causes the cedar rise if you melt the ice floating out in the Arctic Ocean, doesn't do intimacy level Greenland's. They're melting right. Oh, yeah. So we're looking at at a rise a lot of different estimates. But I've ten feet twelve feet. Some people have thought as much as twenty feet if you melt all of Greenland, and it is going pretty fast, like, it's really complicated. It's not a simple model. No, no, simple scientific mathematical model can tell us how this is happening. But every bit of evidence out there that of people in the field. The one thing we do know. The glaciers are retreating receiving this on all the usually glacial ice sheets. And these are the ones we worry about NPR though. Isn't it true that the solar system is heating up because something's happening to the sun? The sun is just doing what the sun does. It is converting more and more of us hydrogen to helium, but because of the physics of the whole system the size of the song cat increase yet, you're causing through fusion, hydrogen atoms. Diffusing the helium atoms and they take more space. So it's pushing against this great Globes that through gravitational means can't get any bigger. So more energy is released and this is gonna keep going until seven billion years from now when the sun is going to really rapidly increase in size, and it's going to go past the orbit of earth. So we're going to be consumed. They won't make it the Mars, but it will be the renaissance of all the Jovian satellites you're going to have paradise. You're going to Maui on Callisto. Your. By real estate out there. Mark is in Wisconsin. First time caller. I'm Mark go ahead. Yeah. I I appreciate your show. Thank you just have a couple questions. I'm a scientific side of everything. There's a lot of digging going on. Why doesn't anybody ever looked to one book of the bible says created the heavens and earth, and I was formless and empty? It also says. Yeah. Created two great lights every day and the lobster the nice as far as me and coming from Myers. Let us make man in our image likeness. Also says. Well, see to me that sounds exactly like an extraterrestrial visitation when you the. You're the Catholic. Boy, Peter, I mean, what do you think of Genesis gen well, look, our caller and great comments. The comments says that no one looks at the bible. But I think we George you. And I touched on the fact that so many of ancient scriptures. And so many of what we call imagined are in fact, rooted in scientific truth that I I've always looked at the bible is allegory. You're really seeing stories that have based in truth. We know the flood happened. And we know that the way it happened can be tracked around the Black Sea that we have archaeological sites where we can see what this major over. It took a long time. It was a sea level rise caused by the melting of the Pleistocene ice sheets, but of course, early human civilization. So we're going to be completely blown away by that. And then if that isn't good enough how about the great breaking a lake Missoula. This was this gigantic glacial lake in Montana that broke. And caused an enormous flood what was eight thousand years ago that caused eastern Washington scab lands. We that would have been pretty much passed on through the native American tribes through generations. Now that was a flood. Sure was let's go to William in Orlando, Florida wildcard line Hailu. William, hey, are we doing good? Hey, are we still is a writer of the budget still? Answering questions who's that. Is that right off the bookstore answering questions? Yes, we've got one more for you. Go ahead. Oh. My question is about forty five minutes ago or fifteen minutes ago. We actually made a statement about the rarity of our plan. I do understand the consistency of actually evaluating that. We are rare. I understand that. But I do have a question on how or what mathematics equation or actually right hypothesis? He used for saying that life might actually be unique here. All right. That's fair. The cliffnote version of the rare earth book beater, but I never said life was you know, I mean, we we specifically went out of our way. And the thing about that book is is seized by many people who've never read it. We said that we're gonna think life is going to be almost everywhere out there. The life is extremely common, but it never has a chance to evolve beyond microbial size because very few planets are going to have the oxygen necessary because you cannot have an animal like creature without oxygen just the tablets. Listen to be an.
"professor college" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hope. Everybody had a a happy harmonious, peaceful uncomplicated thanksgiving with family. And that it was good and not crazy. As somebody things are these days. Whole bunch of stories having to do with Democrats and their gender issues. It has. You know, when President Obama became president there were two genders, and then very little bit of wiggle room built in there. Can you say wiggle room in this context? I think no I think the answer is no Wigley room. And and and now there are how many hundred fifty eight at Facebook. Plus, it's crazy beefing. Goodness. Minute vagina won't make me happy. I don't I don't think Rachel ever said that that's that's not one of her. Thanks. I'd like to say, right. Andrea long chew. I'd like to say that being trans is the second worst thing that ever happened to me. The worst was being born a boy. Wow. That's kinda complicated. I'm not sure what I can do about all that. That's who. There you go and just to add to the discussion. The Washington Examiner with a piece over the weekend. Professor college professor wanted to use a student's name instead of gender pronoun. Now. He's suing the school for forcing him to use it college professor and Ohio is being forced to fight back against the university. That has reprimanding him for refusing to refer to student with a pronoun that differs from his gender at birth that this is even an issue in college. Let alone something that can get a university. Professor nearly fired is not only outrageous, but also absurd. The college should be a place where students learn sharpen their minds and determine a vocation not a place to engage in a debate over social Justice issues, and political correctness writes, the Washington Examiner, and Nicole Russell, but it is pretty wacky. According to the Kansas City star these student threatened to.
"professor college" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"The tastes in the point of view of someone from a completely different what we would consider like a working class rate. He has the he has the accent. He is involved in WWE wrestling, which is which is more of like seen as Tamar societas with the working class. Whereas, you know, an example of it being divorced for money on the other side is think about a college professor college. Professor does not make good money. Like, they are, you know, meal to meal, but college professors, or at least a lot of college professors, but they are part of that upper class. They have the correct values. They carry around the correct, NPR tote bag, right? So this is something that's very apparent in other countries. Other countries are very aware of it that you know, there's money, but like you don't get to just earn your way to like a higher class. It's all about what you've been socialized. And what you've grown. Up around. And I think just America has a real blind spot when it comes to how just class oriented, our our society is and a lot of the things that you hear in the mainstream media and on the left when discussing parts of like rural America, really ring a little more kind of leave a bad tasting your mouth, if you're paying attention to sort of class dynamics, and it's not that hard to see and other parts of especially in pop culture. Because when I wrote the big article about this that suddenly became a much bigger deal. After after Trump won, my example, I used the touchstone was like the hunger games because when you watch that movie the hero is a rustic rural hunter living in like a shack who hunts for food, and you know, works with their hands, and she's kind of. Dirty or whatever, and then the evil people within this fancy city. They wear ridiculous gaudy clothes. They're very pretentious. You know, they put on airs. And without having to be told we automatically hate those people and we oughta make Li like Katrina's because she's salt of the earth. She's tough. It's more masculine values. Right because she's a hunter where in the city in the capital is all of these Prissy guys, and they're sequined close. So even among the rest of us like that code for the snooty upper class versus the salt of the earth heroes. It's brings true. Let's Luke Skywalker living on the desert planet yellow. Mean farming you mid ity or whatever the hell they did for. Humidity farmer moist. Yeah in whereas like, Darth Vader. They lived on the state of the art death star in that automatically that code says urban versus rural rural is the good guys urban is the the people who are out of touch wealthy. Well, that's that's all it is. It's the way they see everything that's symbolized in like urban people, the education level, the income level. The people talk about oh have you seen Hamilton yet? You've got to go, and what's amazing? It was like the rest of the other ninety eight percent of America who did not have access to Hamilton in any capacity. Got real sick of seeing sitcom episodes where all of the characters are trying to get Hamilton tickets way. You get these signals like they're living on a different planet in the different planet where detached from real problems, you know, and again. That obviously us on this podcast think that's unfair. But it shouldn't be that hard to grasp because it turns up in pop culture everywhere. Yeah. Yeah. That idea though, to that we live in these separate near almost planets within a country. I kinda see that sort of being amplified when I was I was looking at like how a lot of the Cunanan people were so disheartened by the results of the midterms because they were promised red wave by Q, and they were fully invested like, okay? This is our time. And when that didn't happen, they became so disheartening, the talk just became too like man one or the mo- apps can be dropped on their city like this idea that like the military needs to come in that there's this view that they're all these people who are part of support this deep state or whatever force their diametrically opposed to is exists in this other part that is like so well defined that you could just drop bombs on it or send the military in as if it's like this other were like, I don't know rogue army or something like. Gallivanting around the country. Yeah..
"professor college" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"He is involved in WWE wrestling, which is which is more of like seen as Tamar societas with the working class. Whereas, you know, an example of it being divorced for money on the other side is think about a college professor college. Professor does not make good money. Like, they are, you know, meal to meal, but college professors, or at least a lot of college, but they are part of that upper class. They have the correct values. They carry around the correct, NPR tote bag, right? So. So this is something that's very apparent in other countries. Other countries are very aware of it that you know, there's money, but like you don't get to just earn your way to like a higher class. It's all about what you've been socialized. And what you've grown up around. And I think just America has a real blind spot when it comes to how just class oriented, our our society is and a lot of the things that you hear in the mainstream media and on the left when discussing parts of like rural America, really ring a little more kind of leave a bad tasting your mouth, if you're paying attention to sort of class dynamics, and it's not that hard to see and other parts of especially on pop culture. Because when I wrote the big article about this that suddenly became a much bigger deal. After after Trump won my exa-. Sample. I used the touchstone was like the hunger games because when you watch that movie. The hero is a rustic rural hunter living in a shack who hunts for food, and, you know, works with their hands, and she's kind of dirty or whatever, and then the evil people live in this fancy city. They wear ridiculous gaudy clothes. They're very pretentious. You know, they put on airs. And without having to be told we automatically hate those people, and we oughta cly like nece because she's salt of the earth cheese tough. It's more masculine values. Right because she's a hunter where in the city in the capital is all of these Prissy guys, and they're sequined close. So even among the rest of us like that code for the snooty upper class versus the salt of the earth heroes. It's brings true. Let's Luke Skywalker living on the desert planet yellow talent mean. Farming you Midi or whatever the hell they did. Humidity farmer moist. Yeah. And then whereas like Darth Vader. They lived on the state of the art death star automatically that code says urban versus rural rural is the good guys urban the the people who are out of touch wealthy. Well, that's that's all it is. It's the way they see everything that's symbolized in like urban people the education level, the income level the people talking about oh have you seen Hamilton yet? We've gotta go. What's amazing? It was like the rest of the other ninety eight percent of America who do not have access to Hamilton in any capacity got real sick of seen sitcom episodes where all of the characters are trying to get Hamilton tickets. You get these signals like they're living on a different planet in the different planet where they are detached from real problems. You know? And again that obviously on this podcast think that's unfair. But it shouldn't be that hard to grasp because it turns up in pop culture everywhere. Yeah. Yeah. That idea though, to that we live in these separate almost planets within a country..
"professor college" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the Washington Post lead editorial. Lead editorial headline another hurricane is about to batter. Our coast Trump is complicit. I am worried. I have to tell you, folks. I'm I'm I'm really really worried the left. Is going insane. Traditional democrat institutions, which only recently have tracked into radical communism. Socialism and liberalism. We're always. Dependable in a sense that they were not destructive of the institutions and traditions. That featured the founding of the country and they've been trending in that direction. But it however solid elements of the democrat party used to be I don't see any evidence that they are literally. Losing their minds. And it's it's very troublesome. As I say much of the news today concerns threats and acts of violence by leftists directed at Republicans. You have the Washington Post. Now, I understand and I'm not naive. I'm not suggesting that these outfits like the post, the New York Times have been responsible, trustworthy, and all that. But they they had not been radicalized. They were always liberal, but they had not become radicalized that all began with the election of Obama, the radicalization of the democrat party. It has happened to me undertows, and it had happened in the underbelly is in the parts of the party that you didn't see. Including on college, campuses or college campus. But now, it's just it's right out in the open. You get a headline here. Another hurricane is about to better. Our coast. Trump is complicit another headline if Trump cares about hurricane. Florence is policies. Don't show it. If Trump cares of somebody at the Washington Post seriously seriously believes that Donald Trump doesn't care about this. And because Donald Trump doesn't care about this. He actually. Intends to sit by standby, watch destruction take place any doesn't care. It's absurd. The problem is that this does represent a significant Bobby thought throughout the country now. It is a rising tide of I think genuine insanity on the part of more people than we could count or tabulate. This radicalism. That we're seeing on the left. Is rapidly becoming far -tarian ISM or totalitarianism, and it manifests itself with censorship. Weaponising government agencies. The mass production and distribution of propaganda all while accusing Trump of that they accused Trump of leading a dangerous authoritarian regime, yet it's Trump who is trying to defame the administrative state. It is Trump who's trying to unravel it unwind it and get rid of it. It is Trump who is trying to end this totalitarian tendency or this thorough -tarian ISM throughout our government and country. It is Trump demanding investigations of the deep state where all of this much of this is happening. It is Donald Trump that's championing and standing up for the little guy for the first time in a long time, the people who make this country work. Donald Trump is actually enacting policies that are to benefit them. And because he's doing so he has become enemy number one. While not just that. Of course, there are other reasons why they hate his guts. But it's Donald Trump who has put the country back to work. It's Donald Trump who has reduced dependency on food stamps and welfare in general. It's Trump who's demanding a one tier Justice system. Justice for all. We have a supposedly Blue Wave on the way where these radical leftists are gonna supposedly take control of the US house. Now, they're going to take control of the Senate CNN's running polling data saying that forty seven percent of the American people want Trump impeached that more people approve of Robert Muller than approve of Donald Trump. What do we do with this? Do we just discard it and say, I am not going to believe this at CNN? It doesn't matter. What we do the point. Is that stuff is going to end up on Twitter and Facebook, and it's gonna get amplified. And you're going to have a host of people who will believe it. Then you add people who wanna be hip and cool with whatever they think is hip and cool they'll sign onto that. And also say they believe it. But a headline another hurricane is about the batter. Our coast and Trump is complicit. By the way, one of the things that Trump yesterday was talking about how great the United States response was to the hurricane in Puerto Rico. The media's outraged the media can't stand it the media's limit. How dare Trump say response was magnificent? It was and so is our response to Hurricane Katrina. Despite all the conventional wisdom, you know, what's been found in Puerto Rico. A massive stockpile of bottled water has been found one year after hurricane Maria there. Hundreds of thousands of water bottles meant for victims of hurricane Maria are still sitting at a Puerto Rico airport nearly a year after the storm and there are photo showing the bottles inboxes covered in a blue tarp on a runway. You may have seen these photos because they're all over social media. Now, how does this have Trump didn't squander that water? We sent that water. Why was that water not distributed to the victims of the hurricane? We did not distribute. It. And you've got the governor the mayor whatever of San Juan running around talking about. How despicable Trump is what an idiot Trump is would these people go so far as to hide hundreds of thousands of bottle of water from their own people just to make Trump look band and the answer is yes, folks. The answer is. Yes. Is a is. It's an on real thing you want. Let me just go through this stack. Just the headlines Las Vegas, professor shot himself in arm to protest Trump. You know, what we don't need prison reform, we need massive mental health reform, we need to put back all of those state mental health facilities that have been shut down and open them for any leftist wants to admit himself. They're going crazy. Guy shot himself in a bathroom to protest Trump. This guy's a professor. He's teaching kids. A long time college professor college of southern Nevada sociology, professor facing felony gun charges in connection with an on campus shooting on the second day of classes guy's name is Mark j bird. He was charged last month with discharging a gun within a prohibited structure carrying. Concealed weapon without a permit. He was found bleeding from a self inflicted gunshot wound to his arm about eight fifteen in the morning on August, twenty eighth outside a bathroom inside the bathroom campus. Cops found a one hundred dollar Bill taped to a mirror along with a note that said four the janitor, the clean up the blood. He was hired. I nineteen Ninety-three August twenty sixth wasn't emeritus faculty member at the time of the shooting. The professor said that he shot himself in protest of Donald Trump. The report didn't elaborate what what kind of elaborate is necessary guys Aloni tone. Democrats socialist threatens to shoot up make America great event at Trump hotel, a supporter of the democratic socialists of America are reportedly or has reportedly threatened to shoot up a make America great event at the Trump International hotel in Washington. Law enforcement officials with the metropolitan police department opened an investigation and response to this. The threat was posted on Twitter with a photo of a gun. Whoever posted it said, I'm coming with a gun, and I expect to get numerous blood-stained make America great again, hats is trophies. The Twitter account was sent to right wing, pundit Cassandra Fairbanks. Openly coming to shoot up an event. Threats of rape and strangling have forced a commentator and columnist for the for PJ media into hiding after an anti-abortion tweet talking about Denise McAllister. She sent out a powerful tweet, denouncing the abortion movement days later, she's in hiding scared for her life when she went public about receiving death and rape threats. Pro-abortion Twitter users champion the threats against her. Here's the tweet. And by the way, you've heard me say much of this over the course of many years on this program. But I don't tweet. Here is the McAllister tweet at the root of abortion hysteria is women's unhinged desire for irresponsible sex sex is their God abortion. Is there sacrament? It's a aren't as women have flung themselves from the heights of being the world civilizing force to the muck and mire of dehumanizing depravity. She's absolutely right about that. We have called abortion the sacrament to the left's religion for decades on this program. We've made the point that. One of the reasons for demands for abortionist to have no consequence sex is this news. You used to be able to stay this, and that'd be reaction. But now, you say it, and these people come for you and send you into hiding. They threatened to kill you. They threatened to find your kids they threatened to rape you and those that do are then applauded and supported. In don't tell me that this rush. It's just Twitter. You can make a big if it were a one off wouldn't be any big deal. This is becoming common, and it's becoming widespread. In all of this is coming from people who are generally unhinged. And they certainly not educated and they're not intelligent. And what's in the crosshairs with this is the first amendment? These people on the left or making a beeline for freedom of speech and come one thing or another. They're going to find a way to deny it to you and anybody that they can and they're not above using violence and threats to do. So. In wyoming. A Republican office was set on fire less than two days. After opening police say it was intentional Steve Scalise who was shot at a baseball practice, a member of congress, deranged leftist from Illinois angry that Trump had been elected came and shot up. The baseball practice Scalise was seriously injured took a long time to recover. He is out saying the political left needs to do a better job of policing its members who are inciting violence. It's a nice sentiment. But asking people like Chuck Schumer or or Nancy Pelosi or any of these other people to rein in s I think it can rain in Maxine Waters. Asking them to rein in there. They're scared of him. These Democrats are scared to death. But the it's worse than that. They don't wanna Raynham in Palos. He doesn't want to rain. These people in congressman Scalise. They're happy to live with the results in the outcome of this. They may give lip service. They don't need. I don't think they do that. I don't think they give lip service to disapproving of this man with switchblade ranting about Trump attempts to stab Republican candidate running against Representative swale. Well, this is in Castro valley, California, Eric's. Whoa is the democrat. He's on TV a lot. The Republican opponent was attacked by guy with a switchblade switchblade malfunctioned or else they Republican candidate would have been stabbed. These incidents are not becoming rare are one off they are becoming comedy. You'll see any outrage at all for any other expressed anywhere in the mainstream media. Instead, you get story Republicans are responsible for it. They're to blame for it there. Too radical their policies are anti woman anti this anti Trump is wanting to hurricane to come and destroy North Carolina. You got these. Literally, brain dead leftist to soak this stuff up and believe it..
"professor college" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"I can be misogynist thank you very much jamie that's not how that works sexually say she ended the apology with maffei ritz so sorry if anyone was offended good jumped emmy okay so what's your red light margaret light is johnny depp this week he hasn't really some movie or threaten the country of australia or hit ambra hurt again none of that stuff that i know of but he has being photographed with people in looking particularly frail and it's not why i'm red lining him like i hope he's okay in doing okay i think he is people are saying he's he's taking a photo i think with someone in russia and he looks a little sick but different angles show that he's actually fine like he just looks a little different the reason i'm red redlining is because upon reading this i realized why he was being taken photo or he was having photos taken with fans is because he's a band jamie did you he was in a band that i had no idea who's in a bank i felt music jason doesn't he felt like jared leto they feel like the same person like am i price he's in and absolutely not like that's so on brand but the fact that they're called the hollywood vampires and they tour and like they do music like i'm just deeply offended it's like hey man you've kind of ruined movies for little bit don't do it to music to maybe just take a break and like not ruin things for a little while so well easy to use seeing which stop playing music and just get off my radar for a little bit and i never had he's like he looks really frail and i knew you know he do you think he's actually prepping to fill merill about a dying professor college professor okay terminally ill college professor but at the same time i'm going to be like you guys don't you remember johnny depp's twenties this is how you look after those twenties when you're fifty four this is exactly how you think about your friends from high school and college who behaved like johnny depp did that's what they eventually he was going to have to look ridden hard and put them wet and like that time is upon us on for a welcome to now.
"professor college" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Use or whatever else was in the fridge all over people's closets just to try and ruin their clothes he just trash the house indiscriminately walk around breaking shit take underwear out of drawers spit it all over the house especially women's underwear most of the pictures he messed up pictures of women as well there's always a focus on on the women's items he also take and use whatever lubricant was laying around the house especially apparently vassil lean intensive hand care lotion no semen was found at the ransacking crime so he was he was a sneaky jerk other commonalities from the various crime scenes included attempting to pry open multiple points of entry particularly windows leaving multiple points of escape open especially windows as well as house garage and garden doors moving window screens that he'd removed onto beds or or into bedrooms placing warning items such as dishes or bottles against doors and on door handles so he could hear of someone was coming in after him and wearing gloves was nothing given the absence of fingerprint evidence from these crimes scaling fences and moving through our kind of off the road paths such as parks walkways ditches and trails those were all part of a his mo on september eleventh nineteen seventy five the home invasions took a dark turn roughly eighteen months into the crime spree the ransack broke into the home a forty five year old claude smelling it five thirty two whitney lane now south whitney street and basilea smelling was a journalism professor college of the sequoias he previously chased he prowler discovered under his daughters window around ten pm on february fifth nineteen seventy five his daughter beth nailing was a sixteen year old cheerleader at mount whitney high school so this maybe in the second time to ransack had lurked around his home well this night claude is awakened a little after two am by some strange noises he gets out of bed leaves his bedroom shouts into the darkness you know the whoever's you know broken into his house runs through an open back door confronts a ski mask intruder in his carport attempting to kidnap his daughter who've been subdued with threats of being.
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"Eleven seventy four seventy has you plugged in treasure valley news rick worthington say a suspect in a pair of shootings should be considered armed and dangerous ron o'brien the city of nampa there's fired a police officer who facing felony and misdemeanor charges j paul said it took him about five minutes to find proof a labrador has had three bills signed into law from the steakhouse to your house we have you covered covering on six seventy k b o hi it's jamie progressive's employee of the month two months in a row leave a message at the hi jamie it's me jamie i just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay hey hey and the trombone goes wah wah wah and you say we'll help you find coverage options to fit your budget then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes savings coming at ya savings coming at ya yes no maybe anyway see you practice tonight i got new lyrics for the rap break progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law i'm john bachelor this is the john batchelor show welcome professor college years zero a history of nineteen fortyfive in is very lucky to have been born in europe and therefore he can provide the perspective of europe looking at america and now america looking at europe but this book takes us into the year nineteen forty five at the moment that the allies that is constituted at the moment the big three america great britain and russia the soviet union called in nineteen fortyfive are convening around the germans crushing them at the same time the moments before the world knows that the atomic bomb and the swift end of the war in the pacific ian congratulations than i begin with your family your father is taken by the germans he's a student he's taken by the germans in nineteen fourteen forty four free and forced into slave labor where do they force him and how does he survive it well slave labor is slight overstatement what happened in occupied countries occupied by nazi germany is that young men i think up to the age of forty we're forced to sign a an oath of loyalty to the.
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"A little elliott a text to the mypillowcom techs line uh hey mike should as i heard stevie wonder in what he shed i changed the home shopping network i'm telling you people did that all over the country last night when stevie wonder plane his organ music decided attack uh socalled coal bull global warming deniers as unintelligent or blight and racism racism is is the this this narrative these lies that are being perpetuated we ought to have an honest conversation about race and i know that trump haters feel good about themselves when they convince themselves that he some kind of a horrible white supremacist racist ben shapiro yesterday when he was on the show joked about being accused of being a white supremacist supremacist he's an orthodox jew it is a white supremacist i saw lady last night on television a b a interviewed on fox news she wrote a piece of the wall street journal about being targeted by some group and being accused of being an apologist for whitesupremicist she's black woman she was a professor college professor on a polit shall we throw this year round we throw this accusation of racism around and they certainly have been throwing this at donald trump since day one and enough already enough already one eight hundred.
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"They concluded that these particles had offset about a third of the current climate warming influence of carbon dioxide basile to the to the change during the past decade and they concluded that the particles were aluminum and their reflecting back into the stratosphere in at some somebody he that could trigger global warming was bouncing back up in the atmosphere the they also were investigating the possibility that the particles were the result of aerosols however the aerosols were said to be from volcanic eruptions now if you're investigator ngo engineering they said but the changes been attributed you rogue spraying of kim trails are even detonating aerosol bombs over areas to enhance storms or even steer them into other areas now there is a conspiracy watch or a group that has had a video that shows these bombs these kam chow bombs being blown up outside of the area where hurricane armagh was i was watching of the other day and i couldn't believe what i was six i had never heard of these these kim troll bonds some people have talked about i think they showed him at a kim trill uh or geo engineering conference meanwhile a there is a clip that is going around furthered a going around the internet of michio kaku and it certainly is interesting to say the least i'm gonna play for you right now this is a this is from 2013 it isn't from recent because people say oh he's talking about erma is talking about harvey no he just talking about whether modification generals for this you know they were talking about climbing chain yesterday and now we're learning at scientists and researchers these are looking at how they changed the weather on purpose that's right lasers now could wind day manipulate rain and lightning cbs's wang cater michio kaku professor college new york mahathir nice to sail extraordinary thing al gore and bill clinton they're together and try lennick that's right they did not get into this discussion but it is fascinating lasers really to change the weather that's right well as mark twain once famously said everyone complains about the weather but no one ever does anything about well instead of doing a rain dance we physicists are firing trillion widen lasers into this guy to actually precipitate rain clouds and as he bring down lightning bolts this is potentially a.