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"robert joe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:57 min | Last month

"robert joe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Me like him but I'm going wait a minute Jordan Davis hall of Famer you wanna Super Bowl stats compared to the others are not that great hello Robert Joe Davis we would go name is one of the most famous quarterback to ever play the position no guilt it's not a job they might you know I'm I'm a big Alabama fan for my pass was born racer port moved to Texas yes I live in a house for forty two years but we're quick to mammoth elevated the sport yes I will say that the sport and so the Dale Earnhardt junior and he was so different from his dad so many ways but he elevated sport that's that's as much as part of a union thing else thank you Tim dammit thank you so much you make me feel so much better about my fandom thank you so much random I know it's it's the one thing because I'm not a fan of any of the drivers anymore they're too young I'm way older than any of those weird now ability to do in order to build up it could you know everything looks like it's given to you now student your you know that's true there were our senior went out and earned everything he ever got I mean no no don't speak a word just just to name earn in his name but if you want to do that with you now I want to do the rest of the show with you now ten thank you for the telephone number do you know that maybe talk to you later there may letterman road dot com one of the best one of the absolute he actually does it I know it sounds like he knows stock cars better than anything he does open wheel better than a lot he does very well about Indy cars so by the time the Indy five hundred comes around I wonder if we're going to talk to to make it probably looks like we will be eight five five two one two for CBS I got some I got to get off my chest about that when we come back end my god he's a conservative Hey that's fine I just hope it's not a liar get drone on CBS sports radio.

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Listener Mail: An Appreciation for of Cultural Perspectives

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

06:31 min | 3 months ago

Listener Mail: An Appreciation for of Cultural Perspectives

"Well maybe we should I take a look at this e mail we got from Ming Now This was in response to our episode. M I B or in IB. I think this was to be feature this from the vault recently. I think we did. I believe we dared. Yeah Yeah So. This episode Concerned similarities underlying traditional paranormal experiences that people attribute to supernatural forces like the Devil. And then you know mid to late twentieth century experiences of the so-called men in black. Or what could be the you know what could be the common underlying psychology and stuff like that With those two types of experiences so essentially we're talking about the ways that ufo beliefs might spring from the same wells is more traditional religious or supernatural beliefs and toward the end of the episode. I think I wondered out loud if there is any modern folklore in Chinese culture similar to the alien abduction in men in black complex in in American culture. I couldn't find any evidence of that but I asked a listeners if they knew of anything like that and so in response. We got this great message from Ming. Ming says hi again Robert Joe. Hope you're both doing well and staying safe inside during this crazy time. Your playlists have been powering me. Through my work. From home days here in Toronto I wanted to write in after listening to the MIT or in IB EPISODE. Again as your conversation about aliens. Mib and what it'd be like In other cultures reminded me of Fu- fun thoughts. I'm not an ancient alien person but I do like to speculate in the name of science fiction and lower Growing up Chinese. I've also fed off of legends and myths of Asia. There's an idiom in Chinese that literally translates to heavenly clothes have no seams but figuratively describes things that are perfect. Flawless and seamless the story behind the idiom was written during the five dynasties and relates that a poet napping outside one night so heavenly figure descending from the skies. She was beautiful in her clothes were glowing. She introduced herself as the Weaver Girl. From the myth of the cowherd in the weaver girl and he noticed that her clothes had no seems when he asked about it. She simply answered. That clothes in heaven are made perfectly do not require stitching and therefore have no seems going off the aliens idea. It's fun to imagine if she had been alien and was wearing some kind of seamless body. Suit that aliens are often Kitted out with in movies to further link it to aliens in space. The weaver girl is the Chinese name. For the star Vega. The cowherd is in alter Which makes me wonder if she'd meant She was from Vega instead of actually being Vega or the weaver girl. Oh like she was from Vega which is great because Vega is where the alien radio signal comes from in. Carl Sagan's contact oh but Back to Ming's message There's also another piece of lore about Chinese legends that loosely relates to the theory of relativity a day in the heavens a year on earth protagonists of stories who were mortal or earthly to start with often. Find out too late that once they ascend to the heavens a single day up in the sky means a year has passed down on earth so the mortal family they once had were all gone by the time they've managed to finish the task. They needed to do up in the heavens. I've read some discussion in Chinese about this. Some people think that the concept came about because ancient people understood that time passes differently depending on perception but a great many who were into fi or the ancient alien troopers. Believe this is possible. Proof that an ancient people understood the theory of relativity because someone somewhere had experience with space travel. Anyway these stories have some very loose ties to things you spoke about in the episode beings descended from the heavens or space ancient alien sleep related phenomena. So thank you both for reminding me of these interesting if stray thoughts. Thank you also for pulling in threads from other cultures while discussing many of your topics it may seem a small act for you but it really enriches the podcast experience for people of other cultures. Keep doing what you do and much love from Toronto. Ming Awesome. Well that was a wonderful male. Obviously love to hear about a multicultural samples of some of the topics we've discussed and the other one was Was a real treat because I guess for me when I'm hearing this. It reminds me a lot of what. I'm pretty sure we discussed in that particular episode. The idea that like an incubus or sucky boatswain in various European traditions would have like a telltale flaw like goat feed or duck feet or something like that They would allow an individual to realize they were dealing with something that is not quite human and in a way this is a version of that right instead of a fly to perfection and like too much. Perfection is kind of a flaw in any sort of design that is allowing inhuman entity passes human. Yeah and I also really like this idea of ancient approximations of relativity now. Obviously I don't think it's very likely that that ancient Chinese people had experience with aliens or space travel. But I do think that relativity is one of those interesting things where you can intuit kind of General version of the theory just from experience of subjective experience of life right like you don't actually know that you know that the That mass or velocity alters space time you know or makes a you know extends or contracts space time you do at least know that time doesn't always feel like it flows at the same rate. Yeah you would. You would have some idea that that toiling in the soil Seems to take all day whereas just you know a an hour of pleasure seems to pass by in a moment so it seems reasonable that there would be the base acumen experience of of relativity. They'd be able to draw on and then working to some sort of You know a mythological structure but I do also like at this idea how there are myths of people going up into the heavens and then experiencing this time dilation It reminds me of like the scene in In interstellar where they have to go down to the planet that's very close to the black hole in the you know for them. They're down there for like twenty minutes or whatever but they come back to their Their their friend and colleague up in the space station. That's been orbiting it in for him. It's been twenty years.

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"robert joe" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:13 min | 5 months ago

"robert joe" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"But Robert Joe J. remotely David van camp there Scott Robbins corona virus update David yeah the update is don't panic okay thanks there you go but the thing is is that panicking is big business like we've been talking about I saw this on Axios but that was interesting that they're basically saying well well you and all of us have been saying from the beginning of this panic in this freak out what they say as many of the corona virus stories getting shared on the most our shared the most on social media our package to drive fear rather than build understanding about the illness so there's been this big study done it says that while social media greases and amplifies dramatic headlines while more functional or nuanced information gets squashed it's a money making business yep I thought this was fascinating of the top fifty stories about corona virus more have come from the Daily Mail than any other publisher are you surprised Daily Mail so people are reading a tabloid for their information yeah we're than any other source yes well and you can take nuggets of truth and make it into a story that flames people's fear okay it's easy to do did you get some specialist and you interview the specialist and say is it possible that eighty percent of the United States are going to get this it well yes it's possible you just take that quote and put it in your store here researchers say eighty percent of population at risk possible of getting coronavirus all my guys eighty percent and you have a flip on whether it's today Good Morning America that's the lead story in it so now here's the update it's all this all over the place and if we might not have any fans for March madness people freaking out now the thing is why this is important as more than just dunking on the media for being sensationalised but they say there's there's new research from scientist at Northeastern University that say that Hey contagion could actually spread faster in some cases because of misinformation because you get the wrong idea about what you're supposed to do and how you're supposed to act there are real world consequences for this but what are they talking about today say a link between social contagion said real biological contagion are a feature of modern outbreaks because of misinformation and fake news other word you say go get your mask and you'll be fine got it when in fact that's not true right okay yeah that makes sense well it is like the you know click we had earlier of don't touch your face as the reporters in the experts are touching their face and almost my suggestion yeah well you can help yourself yes concerned not panic that's the message okay as far as the democratic campaign we've seen it shuffle around in the last couple of weeks no doubt about that Scott you had a piece that you want to get to talking about Bloomberg's campaign well Mollie Hemingway brought up a good point the demise of the Bloomberg's campaign a shredded two major liberal talking points and she's on fox news talking about it but I also think it's interesting that Bloomberg is out you know we had here's what people are saying a couple hundred thousand dollars and barely literate Facebook ads from Russians because Donald the guy spent nearly a billion dollars and he went no where it's humiliating defeat for Michael bliss this is for one second that is a great point Russia influencing election with two hundred thousand three hundred thousand dollars in Facebook ads that and my phone number couldn't get more than fifty delegates five six hundred million dollars it's Bernie Sanders message to because he likes to say the billionaire's control everything we hear clearly Bloomberg having all this money didn't do as much for him as Biden having the media and the establishment behind him did I would pick media establishment over what he's getting upset about is this is the real game talk about collecting establishment breaking it again for me this is just an election is happening and they're making decisions having Mollie Hemingway is really good spot on yeah learning about two hundred thousand dollars worth of awful Facebook ads the Russians put out there to try to get Donald Trump elected this guy spends a half a billion dollars and gets nothing damn I remember having well I still these conversations are ongoing about yeah there are some people who have convinced themselves that Russian collusion Israel still that the Russians and Donald Trump work together to sow discord in misinformation on social media right that cause people to vote yes trump and I keep saying I think look I'm not saying that social media is not powerful we know it is part of the reason why it's powerful is because news organizations use social media as assignment editors now better some troops if something's going on Twitter well people are talking about it we have to do it but the other thing is though I think that there are too many people who have convinced themselves that everyday Americans are just suckers who are gonna believe some mean they saw all the time and that sharing a meme or liking a mean equals I'm gonna go vote a certain way they have really made the impact of social media way bigger than it actually is the smugness from a lot of those people that all these groups that just fall for anything they don't understand they were going to get out of the bubble after two thousand sixteen they didn't do it yeah I'll just bring this up and see if it makes sense to you where my mind just went as you were giving me that information David because it's all the other Russians say they convinced trump this is all anecdotal but this happens so many times in two thousand sixteen we just went to the website I side with where you go through all these different issues that you know the country is facing where are you at on the issues and you can go fairly deep on those issues if you want to how much does this issue means you say it's immigration and or whatever it might be and when you're all said and done it will tell you who is the candidate that aligns with you best I can't tell you how many people that I knew that really did not like Donald Trump as a person and were shocked and sometimes horrified to find out that they sided with trump more than anybody because he was on the right side with the issues but there's so many people the media don't even want to consider that well that's the thing I mean you can you can have a refrigerator and spend a half a billion dollars advertising and and people are aware of it but if the refrigerator socks you don't sell any correct you get the initial buzz often and that's the end of it Michael Bloomberg yeah that's true I mean you can spend all the money you want but the product isn't right it doesn't matter Michael Bloomberg is back there saying dang it why did not endorse refrigerator twenty right he could have a better chance the other thing with the media and taking so many different causes that are important to them and writing about the outrage kids in cages trans genders can't use a bath or whatever it is okay if you look at where people really are on those issues a lot of the Democratic Party is out of step with Americans you're on the losing side of so many issues it doesn't seem like anyone ever brings that up but if you look at the polling it's there yeah and then all my gosh I can't believe this person is but we we said Elizabeth Warren was the person and if you didn't write for its because you're sexist no with that may not be it at all it may be that well she's a bad candidate did you hear trump anyway issues she didn't she didn't connect with people now yeah did you hear trump weigh in on this today I've not heard of yes is getting some play here it was very funny I think lack.

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"robert joe" Discussed on Invention

Invention

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on Invention

"Addition to delivering our listener mail meals now also eats poops. That's right <hes> inspired by in recent episode we did about the idea of creating machines that can consume and defecate it makes sense to update may lows <hes> <hes> so that he can do this as well now he does. It's not perfect if you if you analyze the various the robots scott that he's leaving around the studio here you know you'll you'll notice that it looks rather different from what you might find in the wild. It's is a little <hes> <hes> the the formation is a little suspect a little more radioactive than normal yeah a little a little too cubicle in nature not to say that cubicle poop is not found in nature because it is but but still we're working on it. We feel like we're still working out some of the kinks in his mechanical intestines testi- yes milas do not take this critique harshly. We you have noble eko and we believe in you all right so i think we should start off by reading some mail. We got in response to our episode on the ancient weapon technology the auto ladell all now you remember this was <hes> the episode we did. I think it was right after our last listener mail episode about <hes> the the ancient hunting and weapons technology of this lever ever that would be used to accelerate dart throws and has been found all over the world we actually heard from one very experienced and knowledgeable listener and <hes> this was some exciting feedback so let's jump right into it. This is from our listener. Angelo angelo says dear robert joe oh. My name is angelo roberto. I hope i'm pronouncing that right and i am on the board of directors of the world model association. I run their social. Media accounts accounts and host tournaments in southern nevada. I'm an experimental archaeology..

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"robert joe" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Van Kampen Robert Joe J. remarks David van camp there's got Robbins okay Florida activists has had to admit to lying this is a bad one it's a very bad when we talked about this last month the this LGBTQ activist in Florida who is running for office claiming that she treated victims of the polls nightclub shooting remember what you said yes seventy seven that was a lie all my gosh she didn't work at the hospital she claims she had worked at that she wasn't a doctor she had been a nurse but she hadn't kept up the records properly or something she had worked in the medical field in years in other words she dropped out of the race after this controversy broke a couple weeks after the controversy broke afterward but now there's another update because she has now admitted to the Florida department of health that she made it all up and they're coming after good Dave charged her with violating state law under the unlicensed activity statutes they're looking for a fine of more than a grand and they're serving a cease and desist order which would prohibit prohibit her from telling anyone else that she's a medical doctor she said quote I wanted to be somebody in the community I'm sorry I'm sorry that I gave any impersonation I knew it was wrong and I should have stopped by no means that I ever mean to put anybody in jeopardy doesn't know why she lied but she at least finally admitted that she did okay the part of the apology of I wanted to be somebody in the community yes and I'm sorry okay well that's a start but I didn't mean to put anybody in jeopardy if you just leave it where you were before yeah and if you want to add in I need some help to figure out why I would do such a thing because obviously it's wrong where does this group lose that you think this is a good idea if you're going to create some stories that hypothesis make yourself an architect or a professional bowler something that no one will know about his yet does seem like this would be a check out follow up on right the other part because you've got the other people who were there going I don't know what she's talking about well and so specific yeah I could send thirty two people several balls from several people yeah when you're going seventy seven from four thirty to thirty two victims seventy two bullets I mean what what the hell is going on here yeah it's easy to figure out that's a lie by the way you know something else that was a big lie in it was celebrated a lot over the weekend moon landing home come one in five people are doing it was fake five people are clinically insane and what it's true twenty percent of Americans think the whole thing was fake the only fifty nine percent are sure it definitely happens what's your reaction to that with good stupid it's dumb of course they landed on the moon only fifty nine percent are certain that it happens so there's for some other people yeah was a buzz Aldrin a video that was floating around social media this weekend Jack and that guy for coming up and saying you faked it this call is often called **** and still got to do is raise up and hits him okay this is all part of a view of what survey then there are other you know fifty eight percent believe Obama was born in Kenya now fifty nine percent believe vaccines cause autism thirty six believe the earth is flat now that's a completely crazy one there we've seen it because I read lately Irving we have people that know was he Messin around if you believe it and then sixty three percent believe Hillary Clinton is running a devil worshipping child sex trafficking ring out of a piece of that no it's not my god and you'll call me crazy for saying that Stevie Wonder isn't blind he is not blind twelve percent I know he's not one that's what I'm saying he is blind no he's not the only one that saw Stevie Wonder live at all ever is no I do you have yes okay I would have late but I saw him he was an hour and a half yeah I'm currently Stevie does know much about time okay before you say anything fan can't just stop what it was going to be some sort of seeing a clock that was part of the act no he couldn't see it the key is blind I just don't think people would you say that I'm just saying maybe he had to go see a movie for him and that's why he was late did you see the video over the weekend of loop voice of the Yankees taken a ninety one mile that's why to the face yes right in the face holy cow man you inject somebody if they get if you had a right to face I don't think he thought it was intentional and thing anybody did that they are they just got away from them I think that should be automatic yes really that's what I mean it's not would not intent but if you happen to hit somebody in the head it's automatic while intentional or not man you if you lose control that badly your professional pitcher man you're not you're supposed to have at least enough control not take somebody's head off you could kill somebody man.

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Suspect arrested in murder of Baton Rouge activist

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect arrested in murder of Baton Rouge activist

"A break tonight in the murder of a beloved civil rights activists in baton Rouge Louisiana police there arrested thirty eight year old Ron bell who rented a property owned by Sadie Roberts Joseph they say he odor about twelve hundred dollars in rent Roberts Joe says who is seventy five founded an African American history museum in our hometown her body was discovered last Friday in the trunk of

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"robert joe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I can see. See it. That's all. I haven't seen ladybird jets. Oh, lady bird is great. Okay. They certainly nailed some of the other casting. I do like the idea of Stellan Skarsgard as his Conan. We'll see how that goes. Yeah. Okay. Looks like we've got a great one up here from Amelia Amelia rights says hi, Robert Joe, I'm so happy finally did a Highlander themed episode. Why never had the pleasure of seeing the quickening? I was tickled to hear you mentioned among highlanders various spin off series, the two animated films. Now, I don't claim to be a Highlander connoisseur is I've only seen the original nineteen six film and one of these animated features namely Highlander quest for vengeance. But although objectively terrible Highlander quest for vengeance. Was my initial introduction to the series, and remains my most supreme guilty pleasure. Views of all time is directed by Yoshiaki Coa Jiri better recognized for his work on ninja scroll. Oh, yeah. I I love interest grow back in the day. I don't know it vampire. D bloodlust. I may have seen that I do watch some sort of empire hunter animate back in the day, and the animatrix it's also written by David Abramowitz who gave us Highlander the series and Highlander the raven is one of those the cop show, the raven is the cop. So we may have another listener mail by this. But I think she was technically thief, and she like works with cop. It's still it's still a cop show. But anyway, she continues I won't spoil too much in case other listeners check it out, but we'll say this edition to the Highlander series is absolutely worthwhile for the Celtic and Roman history. Buffs like myself. It's epic scope definitely plunges into the ridiculous, and like many of Jerry's films, the animation alone makes it worth a watch it functions. Well, as a standalone film, so even if you haven't seen other Highlander related material, it's very accessible I recommend it to anyone who's a fan of the original. Well, now, I wanna see that too. Because you know, I definitely have nostalgia for for the Highlander series. And I have a. Little bit of I think, I'm almost to the point my life where it can be nostalgic about watching some of these anime films in college. Now, you know, what I think I didn't realize this until just now I think this is not the first time Amelia has gotten in touch with us about Highland. I think she might be a listener who's written to multiple times whenever we mentioned Highlander on the show..

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"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I believe behind that book is that it's the medically about our ecosystem, and basically like are mistreatment of the system. Right. And it's been awhile since I've read that book, it's super depressing. But basically, I remember a lot of descriptions of dead trees. Yeah. Yeah. That's that is a great book a pretty bleak book. I I've yet to read it as a father, and I I don't think I'm quite ready to do that. I can imagine that would be real tough. Yeah. But. But certainly I now that now that you mention Corp McCarthy in the world tree, I wonder. He trees come up. I mean trees come in every work of fiction. Really? I mean, it's in the same is kind of the core argument here is that trees are such a part of our world that they have become an inseparable part of our our symbolic understanding of ourselves and the universe, and cosmology that becomes this thing upon which we build our our boldest fantasies, and our our darkest Harz. So it's it it's one of those things where I feel like you could probably tease apart any work of literature and say, okay, here's my, you know, three ball volume study of trees Corman McCarthy or trees in the work of Shakespeare. I'm sure I'm sure someone is. Yes. Yeah. Well, I think that's part of the reason why I wanted to end with this topic. Because it seems like it's so universal. We're heading into Christmas season. And it seems like we've found a, Nope. No pun intended, a route the origin of the Christmas tree. Right. But. That it's just this thing that connects us all together. No matter what our religion or ethnicity or creeds, whatever trees are important to us. Indeed. All right, Kristen will blow. This was it. Then this was this was your your final episode of stuff to blow your mind. So again, I want to thank you for all that you've done on this show with this show helping to grow this show over the past few years. I we look forward to keep in touch with you in the future. Can you tell our listeners where they can continue to to listen to you to read your work over the years ahead. Yeah. Thank you. And thanks again for having me on the show the last couple of years everyone out there. And and this is Robert Joe included, you can all reach me on Twitter at Christian Sager. Or if you wanna Email me of for instance, about this episode? You can Email me at Christian dot Sager at gmaiLcom. I will also continue to be hanging out in our stuff to blow your mind discussion module on Facebook. So you're not getting rid of me that easily be interacting with the awesome community that we have over there. I may not be here on the show anymore. But I'm still going to be actively writing and podcasting online, and as Robert alluded to I'm continuing to do my creator owned podcasts super context, some of you are familiar with this. But if you've never heard it.

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"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I know I've read somewhere that he part of his idea for the story of it was that he wanted to write sorry sort of like a troll character. Like the troll under the bridge in the three Billy goat gruff. Oh, you know. I wasn't. I I wasn't even thinking about that. But of course, he had the troll under the bridge is essentially Jenny green teeth type monster as well. Like, the the the hazard that lives the Neath bridge. Okay. Well, I think it it's time to move onto similar Sner mail. We got about the episode. We did on masks the killer's mask in reality. And in fiction with the mask represents why we have these masked killers even in horror fiction where like the killer's identity is not particularly a secret or anything to be revealed. And so we heard from several listeners about this. Robert, you wanna read one sure we have a big win here from Jim Jim who frequently writes into the show. Jim says Robert Joe your mass villain episode. Got me thinking about original mask in cinema. I thought of several examples WTI Griffith's the birth of a nation from nineteen fifteen features masks masked members of the KKK, although they were portrayed as heroes in this film. And historically masked so weird that the KKK I mean, obviously, this evil terrorist organization. They think they're the good guys. But they really dress like bad guys yet. It's like, they're not even they're just like, let's look like an evil cult evil buffoons, basically. And of course, this this picture was significant in that it helped revive, unfortunately, klu Klux Klan activities in the United States Jim continues..

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"robert joe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The dumps of liquid but the firefighters need to survive because this is LA the fire has destroyed the homes or it's forced the evacuation of Neil young Miley Cyrus lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian. West rain Wilson symbol Llano. Gerard butler? Julia Roberts, Joe Rogan act Camille grammer Meyer of the real housewives of LA. But here's the real deal the human experience, and it's absolute error. According to CBS, the dead were found in their homes next to their vehicles apparently overcome by smoke and flames before they jump in behind the wheel and escape or in car. I had made it so the highway San worry Gulf by flames. Most people huddled in their homes or racing for their cars could easily have been you and me in some cases there were only charged fragments of bone so small the corners. Investigators used a wire basket to sift and sort them and so hard to interpret that the coroner's office. Rough and anthropologists from local universities to make sense of them. For example, a pair of belts around overtaken by flames Malibu to people trying to either help each other out or maybe Aswin and a wife, and what was it like to survive that report CBS, a registered nurse was one of several hospital staff members in northern California who helped evacuate patients as the biggest of the blazes the campfire close in on the twenty six thousand population town of paradise California was being swallowed by flaming about to be turned to ash Wilkins said about the fire. It was everywhere. He had three patients two of them. In critical condition is har- Maginness. The cars round him were on fire. He thought he and his passengers would be next. So he and his patients called their families to say goodbye, what do you do when you go through hell, he said you just keep going? It took more than three hours to get through this. Hell shaking every time. I talk about a welcome sight. But there's another story. Another victim of the fires. Matt harmless told CBS news Easter vibe, the Wolsey fire. Another Willoughby's requires are hiding in a creek with his dog and say Saif say Armbruster was told to evacuate. But he didn't when the fire looked like it was coming from this house the panicked and headed to a nearby creek. I'm worcester. Stayed there for almost two hours the fire raged around him. He admitted that he thought he would die there. And what happens if you do manage to escape the inferno when your institution Denise pepper said your homeless there's nothing thank God. I have my husband, and we have our two dogs. I got to tell you Howard. You brought the perspective of the human tragedy. They're close into home. It's it's unbelievable Heff. Have they talked about a cause yet? Have you seen anything? I haven't. Yes. There's a big debate about the cause. And the folks in California say it's global warming. Our president says that it's because of poor legislation about environmental stuff, and that water is being deflected to the ocean. And this is a big battle about two different points of view that don't hope with the reality of what's going on five year route. Yes, it could be global warming one way or the other. We've got to improve the way. So we deal with these facts. Okay. Howard. Thank you so much talk yourself. Let's do one thing folks. We've done it before. And it seems to have worked. There is no rain in the forecast out in that northern California area. But think rain all of you just concentrate on a deluge of rain all over northern California. Let's see what happens. Well, the Dow Jones industrial average got pop six hundred points today. Very volatile. It was Veterans Day was the holiday. So they think maybe that's the reason we'll see what happens. Tomorrow Britain's biggest employer organization and main trade union body of sounded the alarm where the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security, the firm, which offers the implants to businesses. Individuals is already fitted a hundred and fifty implants in the United Kingdom. It's happening here too in moderate doses. Caffeine is mainly positive effects for most people, but apparently it increases production of cortisol which can lead to health problems including anxiety, weight gain, and heart disease moderation. A new discovery could explain why obese people are more likely to develop cancer type of cell in the body uses to destroy cancerous tissue gets clogged up by fat. Stops working think about that. Stanley honored military service members on Veterans Day would social media posts highlighting his time in the army during World War Two a day before he died at the age of ninety five the Lee family attorney confirmed that the legendary marvel superheroes creator his death. He was pronounced dead at cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. What an amazing person he was back in two thousand seven are Ian, pundit had a chance to interview Stanley on coast to coast. What's the secret from a great comic book becoming a great movie you've been involved with both? Well, I think you have to absolutely capture the flavor of the comic book, and it's not just comic books when they make a movie of a novel or of a stage play or anything the most important thing is to figure out what made the original source, so popula what was it that made that? Something that the fans latched onto and not lose that quality. Sometimes you make a movie out of a book. But you you don't include the one element that made the book successful. And it isn't easy. Always to tell what that element is sets the top part cartoonist, STAN Lee dead at the age of ninety five two men from unique backgrounds or forging ahead in the battle against each other nature to be the first journey across Antarctica on supported an American adventurer is trying to do it along with someone else who has going for it. We shall see. What happens soon we will monitor their trek? Stephen cates. Doctor sky with us. What are you have forces week? Stephen Georgia, November the skies continue to be full of information. We begin with space. China has some eighty space private space firms doors that are actually looking to launch payloads into space and compete with Jeff Bezos. And allowed musk but on the other hand following the Chinese government itself. Their space projects include a lunar Lander in the year. Well, actually later in December and a Mars Lander coming up in twenty twenty I get a little bit with a Chinese GPS system set to be deployed in twenty twenty also George the big news right now is the son. We're seeing right now. Oh about one hundred and ninety days this year. The sun has been spotless. That's sixty percent of the sun. And some interesting information coming on the web talks about what happens when the earth thermos fear. This is the outer layers of the atmosphere. How do they affect and how does solar minimum, which we're basically you're gonna go through very shortly. How does it affect the earth? So what happens simply is this that thermos fear gets a lower from the heights of the atmosphere, and basically shrinks and the earth actually loses heat into space. So this is something very big that people are talking about. Hopefully, not reminiscent George of the great mound or minimum when we had for some. Seventy years between sixteen forty five and seventeen fifteen. Hardly any sunspots and incredible contrary to what most people think we had trouble cooling on a large scale Georgia brand new comets discovered by veteran comet observer, Don Michael suggests twelfth and two Japanese observers, stay tuned, folks, George this might be a bright one right now. It's discipline the morning sky barely it's called comic twenty eighteen v one. And finally and the live sky. This is what people tell me, George. They love so much. And I know you appreciate it. This is the week as the big built up for the Leonid meteor show. How do you see it on all of these early mornings up until the weekend? When it peaks looking to the east around two AM any activity that you see there and hopefully moonlit skies some of the most amazing meteors Georgian history. The Leonid meteor shower something not to miss out. Your sky reminds always everyone out there..

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"robert joe" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The dumps of liquid but the firefighters need to survive now because this is LA the fire has destroyed the homeless or it's forced the evacuation of Neil young Miley Cyrus lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, west rain Wilson Gerard Butler. Julia Roberts, Joe Rogan and Camille grammer Meyer of the real housewives of LA. But here's the real deal. The human experience is absolute error. According to CBS, the dead were found in their homes next to their vehicles apparently overcome by smoking flames before they could jump in behind the wheel and escape or in cars that have made it so the highway. He said were engulfed by flames. Most people huddled in their homes racing for their cars could easily have been you and me in some cases. There were only charged fragments of bone so small the corners. Investigators used a wire basket to sift and sort them and so hard to interpret that the coroner's office an anthropologist from local universities make sense of them. For example, a pair of adults around car overtaken by flames and Malibu to people trying to either help each other out or maybe a wife, and what was it like to survive reports CBS, a registered nurse was one of several hospital staff members in northern California, we helped evacuate patients in his part as the biggest of the blazers the campfires closed in on the twenty six thousand population town of paradise California town was being swallowed by flaming about to be turned to act Wilkins said about the fire. It was everywhere you have three patients two of them in critical condition is car imagine. This the cars around him were on fire east or he and his passengers would be next. So he and his patients called their families to say goodbye, what do you do when you go through hell, he said, you just keep going took them more than three hours to get through this. Hell I'm shaking every time. I talk about a welcome sight. But there's another story. Another victim of the fires. Matt Armbruster told CBS news. He survived the Wolsey fire. Another one of these requires by hiding in a creek with his dog to say Saif say Armbruster was told to evacuate. But he didn't win the fire. Looked like it was coming from this house. He panicked and headed to a nearby creek. I'm Worcester stayed there for almost two hours is the fire raged around him. He admitted that he thought he would die there. And what happens if you do manage to escape the inferno. When you're in this position Denise pepper said your homeless, here's nothing. Thank god. I have my husband, and we have our two dogs. I gotta tell you Howard. You brought the perspective of the human tragedy. They're close into home. It's it's unbelievable. Have they talked about a cause yet? Have you seen anything? I haven't. Yes. There's a big debate about the cause. And the folks in California say global warming, our president says it's because of poor legislation about environmental stuff and the water is being deflected to the ocean. And this is a big battle about two different points of view that don't cope with the reality of what's going on your five year route. Yes, it could be global warming. But one way or the other week got to improve the way we deal with these batch. Okay. Howard. Thank you so much Dr yourself. Let's do one thing folks we've done it before. And it seems to have worked. There is no rain in the forecast out in that northern California area. But think rain all of you just concentrate on a deluge of rain all over northern California. Let's see what happens while the Dow Jones industrial average got pop six hundred points today. Very volatile. It was Veterans Day was the holiday. So they think maybe that's the reason we'll see what happens. Tomorrow Britain's biggest employer organization and main trade union body of sounded the alarm over the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security, the firm, which offers the implants to businesses. Individuals is already fitted a hundred and fifty implants in the United Kingdom. It's happening here too in moderate doses. Caffeine is mainly positive effects for most people, but apparently it increases production of cortisol which can lead to health problems including anxiety, weight gain, and heart disease moderation. A new discovery could explain why obese people are more likely to develop cancer type of cell in the body uses to destroy cancerous tissue gets clogged up by fat and stops working. Think about that Stanley honored military service members on Veterans Day with social media posts highlighting his time in the army during World War Two a day before he died at the age of ninety five the Lee family attorney confirmed that the legendary marvel superheroes creator his death. He was pronounced dead at cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. What an amazing person he was back in two thousand seven are Ian, pundit had a chance to interview Stanley on coast to coast. What's the secret from a great comic book becoming a great movie you've been involved with both? Well, I think you have to absolutely capture the flavor of the comic book, and it's not just comic books when they make a movie of a novel or of a stage play or anything the most important thing is to figure out what made the original source, so popula what was it that made that? Something that the fans latched onto and not lose that quality. Sometimes you make a movie out of a book. But you you don't include the one element that made the book successful. And it isn't easy. Always to tell what elements is that's the tough part cartoonist Stanley dead. It's he age of ninety five two men from unique backgrounds or forging ahead in the battle against each other in nature to be the first journey across Antarctica on supported an American adventurer is trying to do it along with someone else who has going for it. We shall see. What happens? So we will monitor their trek Stephen Cates. Doctor sky with us. What are you have forces week? Stephen Georgia, November the skies continue to be full of information. We begin with space. China has some eighty space private space firms George that are actually looking to launch payloads into space and compete with Jeff Bezos and. Elon Musk, but on the other hand following the Chinese government itself. Their space projects include a lunar Lander in the year. Well, actually later in December and a Mars Lander coming up in twenty twenty get a little bit. With a Chinese GPS system. So to be deployed in twenty twenty also, you know, George, the big news right now is the son. We're seeing right now. Oh about one hundred and ninety days this year. The sun has been spotless. That's sixty percent of the sun. And some interesting information coming on the web talks about what happens when the earth's thermos fear. This is the outer layers of the atmosphere how do they affect and how does solar minimum which we're basically going to go through very shortly. How does it affect the earth? So what happens simply is this that thermos fear gets a lower from the heights of the atmosphere, and basically shrinks and the earth actually loses heat into space. And this is something very big that people are talking about. Hopefully, not reminiscent George of the great mound or minimum. When we had for some seventy years between sixteen forty five and seventeen fifteen. Hardly any sunspots and incredible contrary to what most people think we had cooling on a large scale, Georgia brand, new comets. Discovered by veteran comet observer, Don, Michael just twelve to Japanese observers, stay tuned, folks, George this might be a bright one right now. It's possible in the morning sky barely it's called comic twenty eighteen v one. And finally and the live sky. This is what people tell me, George. They love so much. And I know you appreciate it. This is the week as the big built up for the Leonid meteor shower. How do you see it on all of these early mornings up until the weekend? When it peaks look into the east around two AM any activity that you see there. Hopefully, moonlit skies some of the most amazing meteors Georgian history. The Leonid meteor shower something not the best..

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"robert joe" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on WRVA

"And they feed oxygen playing was making a blaze with unpredictable for your acidy and keeping helicopters and planes flying. The dumps of liquid the firefighters need to survive now because this is LA the fire has destroyed the homeless or is forced the evacuation of Neil young Miley Cyrus lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, west rain, wealth, civil these symbolize Gerard Butler. Julia Roberts, Joe Rogan and Camille grammer Meyer of the real housewives of LA. But here's the real deal. The human experience is absolute terror. According to CBS, the dead were found in their homes next to their vehicles apparently overcome by smoking flames before they could jump in behind the wheel and escape or in cars, the have made it so the highway San engulfed golf. By flames. Those people huddled in their homes racing for their cars could easily have been you and me in some cases. There were only charged fragments of bone so small the coroner's investigators used a wire basket to sift and sort them and so hard to interpret that the coroner's office. Brought an anthropologist from local universities to make sense of them. For example. A pair of adults were found in a car overtaken by flames and Malibu to people trying to either help each other out or maybe a husband and a wife, and what was it like to survive that report CBS, a registered nurse one of several hospital staff members in northern California, we'd helped evacuate patients in his car. As the biggest of the blazes, the campfires close in on the twenty six thousand population town of paradise, California. A town of was being swallowed by flaming about to be turned to ash Wilken said about the fire. It was everywhere you have three patients two of them in critical condition is car imagine. This the cars around him were on fire. He thought he and his passengers would be next. So he and his patients call. Their families to say goodbye. What do you do when you go through hell, he said you just keep going? It took them more than three hours to get through this. Hell I'm still shaking every time. I talk about her walk inside. But there's another story. Another victim of the fires map Armbruster told CBS news. He survived the Wolsey fire. Another one of be fires by hiding in a creek with his dog to say say Armbruster was told you evacuate. But he didn't fire looked like it was coming from this house. He panicked and headed to a nearby creek. I'm Worcester stayed there for almost two hours is the fire raged around him. He admitted that he thought he would die there. And what happens if you do manage to escape the inferno. When you're in this position Denise pepper said your homeless, here's nothing. Thank god. I have my husband, and we have our two dogs. I got to tell you Howard. You brought the perspective of the human tragedy. They're close in the the home. It's it's unbelievable. Have have they talked about a cause yet? Have you seen anything? I haven't. Yes. There's a big debate about the cause. And the folks in California say it's global warming. Our president says that it's because of poor legislation about environmental stuff and the water is being deflected to the ocean. And this is a big battle about two different points of view that don't cope with the reality of what's going on to your five year drought. Yes. It could be global warming. But one way or the other got to improves the way we deal with these facts. Okay. Howard. Thank you so much stock you soon, let's do one thing folks we've done it before. And it seems to have worked. There is no rain in the forecast out in that northern California area. But think rain all of you just concentrate on a deluge of rain all over northern California. Let's see what happens while the Dow Jones industrial average got pop six hundred points today. Very volatile. It was Veterans Day was the holiday. So they think maybe that's the reason we'll see what happens. Tomorrow Britain's biggest employer organization and main trade union body of sounded the alarm or the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security, the firm, which offers the implants to businesses. Individuals is already fitted a hundred and fifty implants in the United Kingdom. It's happening here. Too in moderate doses. Caffeine has mainly positive effects for most people, but apparently it increases production of cortisol which can lead to health problems including anxiety, weight gain, and heart disease moderation. A new discovery could explain why obese people are more likely to develop cancer type of cell in the body uses to destroy cancerous tissue gets clogged up by fat and stops working. Think about that. Stanley honored military service members on Veterans Day would social media posts highlighting his time in the army during World War Two a day before he died at the age of ninety five the Lee family attorney confirmed that the legendary marvel superheroes creator his death. He was pronounced dead at cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. What an amazing person he was back in two thousand seven are Ian, pundit had a chance to interview Stanley on coast to coast. What's the secret from a great comic book becoming a great movie you've been involved with both? Well, I think you have to absolutely capture the flavor of the comic book, and it's not just comic books when they make a movie of a novel are of a stage play or anything the most important thing is to figure out what made the original source so popular what was it that made that something that the fans latched? Onto and not lose that quality. Sometimes you make a movie out of a book. But you you don't include the one element that made the book successful. And it isn't easy always detail. What that elements is that's the part cartoonist Stanley dead at the age of ninety five two men from unique backgrounds or forging ahead in the battle against each other in nature to be the first journey across Antarctica supported an American adventurer is trying to do it along with someone else who has going for it. We shall see. What happens? So we will monitor their trek Stephen Cates. Doctor sky with us. What are you have forced this week? Stephen Georgia, November the skies continue to be full of information. We begin with space. China has some eighty space private space firms doors that are actually looking to launch payloads into space and compete with Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk but on the other hand following the Chinese. Government itself. Their space projects include a lunar Lander in the year. Well, actually later in December and a Mars Lander coming up in twenty twenty I get a load of this with a Chinese GPS system. So to be deployed in twenty twenty also Georgia, the big news right now is the son. We're seeing right now. Oh about one hundred and ninety days this year. The sun has been spotless. That's sixty percent of the sun. And some interesting information coming on the web talks about what happens when the earth's thermos fear. This is the outer layers of the atmosphere, how do they affect and how does solar minimum, which we're basically you're gonna go through very shortly. How does it affect the earth? So what happens simply is this that thermos fear gets a lower from the heights of the atmosphere, and basically shrinks and the earth actually loses heat into space. So this is something very big that people are talking about. Hopefully, not reminiscent of the great mound or minimum. When we had for some seventy years between sixteen forty five and seventeen fifteen. Hardly any sunspots. And incredible contrary what most people think we had global cooling on a large scale Georgia brand new comets discovered by veteran comet observer, Don, Michael just twelve and two Japanese observers, stay tuned, folks, George this might be a bright one right now. It's. Discipline, the morning sky barely it's called comic twenty eighteen v one. And finally and the live sky. This is what people tell me, George. They love so much. And I know you appreciate it. This is the week as the big built up for the Leonid meteor shower. How do you see it on all of these early mornings up until the weekend? When it peaks look into the east around two AM any activity that you see there and hopefully moonlit skies some of the most amazing meteors Georgian history. The Leonid meteor shower something not to miss..

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"robert joe" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The homeless or it's forced the evacuation of Neil young Miley Cyrus lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian. West rain Wilson symbol, Lonzo Gerard Butler. Julia Roberts, Joe Rogan and Camille grammer Meyer of the real housewives of LA. But here's the real deal the human experience, it is absolute terror. According to CBS, the dead were found in their homes next vehicles apparently overcome by smoke and flames before they could jump in behind the wheel and escape or encourage the have made it so the highway that were engulfed by flames. Lets people huddled in their homes racing for their cars could easily have been you one me some cases there were only charged fragments of bone so small the corners. Investigators used a wire, baskets assistant sort them. And so hard to interpret that the coroner's office wrote an anthropologist for local universities make sense of them. For example, a pair of adults were taken by flames and Malibu to people trying to either help each other out or maybe Aswin wife, and what was it like to survive that report CBS, a registered, nurses, one of several hospital staff members in northern California, we helped evacuate patients in his part as the biggest of the blazers the campfires closing on the twenty six thousand population town of paradise California. A town of was being swallowed by flaming about to be trying to act. Wilken said about the fire. It was everywhere you have three patients two of them in critical condition is car. Imagine. This the cars around him around fire. He thought he and his passengers would be next. So he and his patients called their families to say goodbye, what do you do when you go through hell, he said you just keep going? It took them three hours to get through this. Hell I'm shaking every time. I talk about her, welcome Santa. If there's another story another victim of the fires map Armbruster told CBS news. He survived the Wolsey fire. Another one of these requires while hiding in a creek with his dog to say side, say Armbruster was told you evacuate. But he did on the fire. Looked like it was coming from this house be panicked and headed to a nearby creek. I'm worcester. Stayed there for almost two hours is the fire raged around him. He admitted that he thought he would die there. And what happens if you do manage to escape the inferno. When you're in this position Denise pepper said your homeless, here's nothing. Thank god. I have my husband, and we have our two dogs. I gotta tell you Howard. You brought the perspective of the human tragedy. They're close into home. It's it's unbelievable Heff. Have they talked about a cause yet? Have you seen anything? I haven't. Yes. There's a big debate about the cause. And the folks in California say it's global warming. Our president says that it's because of poor legislation about environmental stuff and water is being flexible to the ocean. And this is a big battle about two different points of view that don't cope with the reality of what's going on your five year route. Yes, it could be global warming. But one way or the other week got improves the way we deal with these facts. Okay. Howard. Thank you so much talk to you soon. Let's do one thing folks we've done it before. And it seems to have worked. There is no rain in the forecast out in that northern California area. But think rain all of you just concentrate on a deluge of rain all over northern California. Let's see what happens. Well, the Dow Jones industrial average got popped and six hundred points today. Very volatile. It was Veterans Day was the holiday. So they think maybe that's the reason we'll see what happens. Tomorrow Britain's biggest employer organization and main trade union body of sounded the alarm over the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security, the firm, which offers the implants to businesses. Individuals is already fitted a hundred and fifty implants in the United Kingdom. It's happening here. Too in moderate doses. Caffeine has mainly positive effects for most people, but apparently it increases.

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"robert joe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And keeping helicopters and planes flying the dumps of liquid but the firefighters need the survive now because this is LA the fire has destroyed the homeless or it's forced the evacuation of Neil young vilely Cyrus lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, west rain Wilson, Similan Gerard Butler. Julia Roberts, Joe Rogan act Camille grammer Meyer of the real housewives of LA. But here's the real deal. The human experience is absolute error. According to CBS, the dead were found in their homes next vehicles apparently overcome by smoke and flames before they could jump in behind the wheel and escape or in the have made it so the highway that were engulfed by. Flames. Lets people huddled in their homes or racing for their cars could easily have been you and me in some cases. There were only charged fragments of bone so small the coroner's investigators used a wire basket to sift and sort them and so hard to interpret the coroner's office wrote an anthropologist from local universities to make sense of them. For example, a pair of adults for overtaken by flames and Malibu to people trying to either help each other out or maybe a husband and a wife, and what was it like to survive that report CBS, a registered nurse was one of several hospital staff members in northern California who helped evacuate patients in his car as the biggest of the blazes, but campfire closing on the twenty six thousand population town of paradise California. A town of was being swallowed by flaming about to be turned to act Wilkins said about the fire. It was everywhere you have three patients two of them in critical condition is car imagine. This the cars around him were on fire. He thought he and his passengers would be next. So he and his patients called there. Families to say goodbye, what do you do when you go through hell, he said you just keep going the more than three hours to get through this. Hell I'm still shaking every time. I talk about a welcome sight. But there's another story. Another victim of the fires map Armbruster told CBS news. He survived the Wolsey, fire and other Willoughby SRI. Fires by hiding in a creek with his dog to say side, say Armbruster was told to evacuate. But he didn't the fire. Looked like it was coming from his house. He panicked and headed to a nearby creek. I'm worcester. Stayed there for almost two hours is the fire raged around him. He admitted that he thought he would die there. And what happens if you do manage to escape the inferno. When you're in this position Denise pepper said your homeless, here's nothing. Thank god. I have my husband, and we have our two dogs. I got to tell you Howard. You brought the perspective of the human tragedy. They're close into home. It's it's unbelievable Heff. Have they talked about a cause yet? Have you seen anything? I haven't. Yes. There's a big debate about the cause. And the folks in California say it's global warming. Our president says it's because of poor legislation about environmental stuff, and that water is being deflected to the ocean. And this is a big battle about two different points of view that don't cope with the reality of what's going on five year drought. Yes. It could be global warming. But one way or the other week improves the way. So we deal with these facts. Okay. Howard. Thank you so much talk to you soon. Let's do one thing folks we've done it before. And it seems to have worked. There is no rain in the forecast out in that northern California area. But think rain all of you just concentrate on a deluge of rain all over northern California. Let's see what happens while the Dow Jones industrial average got pop six hundred points today. Very volatile. It was Veterans Day was the holiday. So they think maybe that's the reason we'll see what happens. Tomorrow Britain's biggest employer organization and main train union body of sounded the alarm or the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security, the firm, which offers the implants to businesses and individuals is already fitted a hundred and fifty implants in the United Kingdom. It's happening here too in moderate doses. Caffeine is.

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"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Remember that we've got merged if you've got money, and you wanna spend it on some of our merged goat Gomer Chep go to our store. It's fun stuff. We wouldn't be. We would not have it in the store of if we didn't think it was fun. Okay. Here's another message. We got this one is from our listener, Victoria, Victoria writes. Hi, Robert, Joe, one of my first jobs about fifteen years ago was as an animal care attendant at the Toronto wildlife center, a nonprofit organization that treats and rehabilitate sick and injured wildlife. I learned a healthy fear of squirrels while I was there whenever we were handling squirrels. We would wear thick leather gloves often layered over chain, mail gloves. I once got bit through the gloves. Thankfully, they did their job pretty well. But I could still sometimes feel the. A bite years later. I wasn't there for this particular incident. And so my hand memory of the story may be exaggerated. But I don't think so. But I remember a story of a time when a Spero got loose in the room where the squirrels cages were the staff member working in their grabbed a net to recapture the loose bird. But before they were able to catch the fugitive it landed on the outside of a squirrel cage. The squirrel inside managed to grab the Sparrow through the cage bars and eat its face. Oh, another interesting observation about unexpected carnivores from that job at one point. We noticed that all of the admin staff at the organization were vegetarian or vegan. While all of the animal care, staff were meat eaters. The prevailing theory is that when you work closely with the animals, you realize that they'd eat you if they had a chance so you don't feel bad about eating their brethren looking forward to your next episode, Victoria. Well, that's a wonderful story. I mean, it does also make me think back to some of the. The differences between wild squirrels and scores in captivity. So conceivably, and I'm kind of reading into I have no idea how long these girls had been in in their cages, but if they had been deprived of any natural ways to take in certain nutrients, they may have been into centrally starved for them. So of course, you would tuck into a bird face that is so metal it a the birds face. Well, you know, we're attached to faces as humans, but we have to kind of strip away. Our our human complications here and realized the face is delicious. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Here's another one. This one comes to us from Nathan Nathan writes in and says love the show guys. Keep up the great work. I'm a local pharmacist here in Atlanta and had to show you the squirrel video. I took it my house in grant park. My favorite episodes are the squirrel double parter and the two thousand one episode also really liked the salamander interviews since. I'm a biology lever. Filth. To hit me up. If you have any drug questions. Thanks nate..

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"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"robert joe" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"From our listener hynde and so she writes hi robert joe i was listening to the second part of the goddess versus alphabet episode and the sparta athens comparison struck me as either too good to be true or contrived now we actually asked about that we were like i i wonder to what extent lane is cherry picking his argument here and we asked for you know if you're a classics scholar out there if you're or an ancient greek historian you know wh how does his argument strike you and basically his argument was that spartan society placed far far less emphasis on the written word and at the same time was more friendly to women's rights and women's empowerment than athenian society was and seen society was highly letitia highly literate highly written word oriented he has an interesting argument but i think the same time we were we were both a little cautious with yeah at the time so this is what hint is getting back to us with so hint says first of all i don't think there's much validity to the left brain right brain argument besides interesting oddities to do with split brain patients have you guys done an episode on that i emailed one of my former professors who is a professor of classics about this and this is what he said quote i'm always a little wary about big left slash right brain arguments since i doubt the brain function so simplistically but what do i know as for spartan illiteracy i think that is not so established it is true that women had a lot more power over some things in sparta but i don't think the larger argument stands up since i don't think it has much to do with literacy most of the spartan and athenian institutions regarding women were set during a time when both were mostly oral cultures and then she provides a link to an article which i must say i haven't had time to read yet but i i would like to look into so i appreciate that bit of feedback that's an interesting point so this could be a way that shlaim might not only be cherry picking but might be like acknowledging differences that are sort of ill irrelevant because the practices he's pointing to were established before the written word was important in either culture that's a good point now to come back to the left brain right brain thing i think that's something that's something that's important to strike a good balance on because you can absolutely go overboard with the left brain right brain kinda thing at the same time i think hemispheric lateral ization is an important feature of the human brain now there i think there are a lot of arguments especially in the later twentieth century that that over interpreted the influence of of the left brain right brain division but the left brain right brain division is a real thing and it does have consequences you just don't wanna be overly general overly simplistic about the power of it and explaining behavior yeah and i mean similar things go for a lot of the research that has gone into the inner workings of of the brain for instance going from the idea that there is say a pleasure center or pain center of the brain to a more nuanced understanding they will it's not a center so much as network neuroscientist one of those things that's just not very friendly to amateur interpretation and somebody in either of us are neuroscientists so we have to do our best to just sort through the science and what people have written about it and try to make of it but you know neuroscientist one of those things where it's almost never as simple as that headline you read it's true i get a kick out of juicy niro science click bait headline almost as as much as the black hole headlines you always see something that's like you know brains god worship center activates win you view pizza or something you know you see those kind of studies and it's like that that can sort of convey something that's kind of true but it's not gonna be really that simple right so anyway hint i think those are very good concerns to raise all right here's another one this one comes to us from matia and this one concerns are are are far too namakonha episode oh yeah hi robert and joe first time email writer here longtime listener in your most recent mailbag episode would have been against the one before this you talked about.

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"robert joe" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert joe" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"All right thank you gotta man uh edges a fantastic story and again you see that i mean that's why i think we're going to be call in the sec golf championships live both the men's and women's this year were gonna put it on sec network the final round because the school and if you get an opportunity i think the women's is in birmingham at grayhawk in the men's going to be down it's the island it's an opportunity to kind of be upclose and personal with the next stars of the pga tours if you're golfer tried to go ahead and in check that out of you can't go ahead and watch it we'll have it on the sec network eight five five two four two paul more your phone calls coming up next you can follow me on twitter peter burns espn tung little football and basketball next on bob i welcome everybody back into the paul find bombshell peter burns sitting in for paul fine bomb you guys have been great on the phone calls us go take a look we got robert joe you know what let's go here because this was a rumor that was going on earlier today because paul find bomb is on vacation right now we're trying to figure out where he was at like we're in the world is carmen san diego where in the world is paul find bump and so on planes is he not here he's not in okay i didn't know if he was in roland missouri milli in somebody added that he's playing bingo with you in so you have all okay no he probably is off with his his doctor linda having a wonderful time i i believe that to be the case where do you think paul fine bomb milli goes for vacation when he wants to do is get away from from the greatness that are i hear hey like i hear he like new york so that.

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"robert joe" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"robert joe" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Get on each game but the players and coaches generally digest only the front page shame badia when he was here he would read all 48 pages and it would be on the court and tell the other team eight look on that last play you know you were supposed to hit the pick over here and i would take your why are you tell the other team that you know they're plays better than they do you know kind of a thing like that you guys wonder why they i get yadav here on this i gotta ask you about the nazis and jews do you think there is any possibility the joe girardi could end up in washington well i would hire you like if you're asking me who are the yankees looking for i can tell you exactly what the yankees you're looking for they're looking for aj hinge dave robert joe madden that's what they're looking for somebody who as we talked about can manage up and manage down in manage sideways and be able to collaborate with everyone i thought my impression was joke did that maybe the needed a new voice it's more complicated to me because i don't know who's making that his in i don't know exactly what they are looking for they had a guy that that wine in matt williams they had they had a totally different style and they didn't like that either made through fact that they like ownership but then that didn't like a pack we got to get out of the first round and we're got by our guys get out of the first round and next year the end of o window with murphy and harper both at the end of their contract and rendall with two more if we gotta do it next year old we may not do it for a while.

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