35 Burst results for "S. Bird"

Jackson completes Clippers' rally past 76ers for 102-101 win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Jackson completes Clippers' rally past 76ers for 102-101 win

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NBA marks 75th year: A look at the 80's

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

NBA marks 75th year: A look at the 80's

"Julius Julius Dr Dr J. J. Erving Erving and and NBA NBA hall hall of of Famer Famer and and in in NBA NBA and and ABA ABA champion champion says says players players in in the the eighties eighties the the league league success success to to the the previous previous generation generation shoulders shoulders we we wish wish all all cool cool you you know know who who was was right right many many many many years years yeah yeah Robert Robert S. S. and and Riley Riley of of three three time time NBA NBA coach coach of of the the year year says says the the league's league's popularity popularity exploded exploded because because of of the the rivalry rivalry between between the the Celtics Celtics Larry Larry Bird Bird and and the the Lakers Lakers Magic Magic Johnson Johnson so so to to run run this this is is the the media media also also played played up up the the rivalry rivalry and and help help make make the the NBA NBA as as popular popular as as it it has has become become a a norm norm hall hall

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Pastor David Englehardt Wants to Be the 'Exact Opposite of Richard Rohr'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | Last week

Pastor David Englehardt Wants to Be the 'Exact Opposite of Richard Rohr'

"Him. According to your version of the Christian faith, which I think is my own, is Richard rohr theologically orthodox and just iffy in some areas or is he really problematic? I think he would, I think most people would say he's really fuzzy about all about solid the solid issues. So I think he would probably consider himself orthodox, but he's fuzzy about lots of issues. He wrote a book called falling upward that I read a couple of years ago and it was basically a philosophical copy of this kind of second half of life concept and I know a lot of I know a lot of Christian progressives that are my age that are leaders that are thought leaders that find this guy to be like the monk on the mountain. So in some degree, I want to be the exact opposite of a Richard rohr, who's obscure, kind of find your own path kind of wander towards Jesus kind of stuff and maybe you'll find him in the tree or in the bird or in the next phase of his life. That's funny. And what I'm saying is, no, there are specific boundaries, and there are cliffs to fall off. One of the quotes my buddy John Mark McMillan wrote that song, oh, how he loves this. And he says, if grace is an ocean, we're all sinking. And I say in the book, you know, grace may be an ocean, but there's another body that should be familiar with, which is called the Lake of fire. We can sing about oceans of grace, but we must also balance that with lakes of fire because they're both represented in our story. And we can't have just this soft kind Christianity if we don't forget the hard and sharp

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Sinema, Manchin Reject Biden Push to Change Filibuster

The Larry Elder Show

00:47 sec | Last week

Sinema, Manchin Reject Biden Push to Change Filibuster

"Now, you mentioned senator Christian cinema of Arizona here's what she recently said. Eliminating the 60 vote threshold on a party line with the thinnest of possible majorities to pass these bills that I support. Will not guarantee that we prevent demagogues from winning office. So she's not down with getting rid of the filibuster, and here's what Joe Manchin said day before yesterday. Filibuster is what we have our rules. We need some good rule changes to make the place work better, but then I get rid of the filibuster doesn't make it work better. If you're getting any pressure from your constituents back home on that issue, when I mean, what they know about the filibuster is basically what bob bird is educated people on over the years. And the filibuster is what makes the Senate. Hopefully work when it's supposed to

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Joe Manchin Repeats Call to Keep Filibuster

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | Last week

Joe Manchin Repeats Call to Keep Filibuster

"So here's Kamala Harris on the insurrection. And I have met with voters in Georgia. I have heard your outrage about the anti voter law here. And how many voters will likely be kept from voting. And Georgia is not alone. Across our nation, anti voter laws could make it more difficult for as many as 55 million Americans to vote. Si and as a result of failing to get through the so called John Lewis Voting Rights Act, they're thinking about nuking the filibuster. Joe Manchin was asked about doing that. Here's what he said about the filibuster. Filibuster is what we have our rules. We need some good rule changes to make the place work better, but to get rid of the filibuster doesn't make it work better. You're getting a pressure from your constituents back home on that issue. I mean, what they know about the filibuster is basically what bob bird is educated people on over the years. And the filibuster is what makes the Senate. Hopefully work when it's supposed to work.

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Sen. Chuck Schumer Quotes Sen. Robert Byrd for Radical Senate Rule Changes

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last week

Sen. Chuck Schumer Quotes Sen. Robert Byrd for Radical Senate Rule Changes

"Chuck Schumer Chuck Schumer was on the floor of the Senate last week talking about Robert Berg favorite Frank legal There have been many but he's their favorite He was their leader in the Senate for many years later become their chairman of the appropriations committee And here's what Schumer said last week cut 11 go This asymmetry can not hold If Senate Republicans continue to abuse the filibuster to prevent this body from acting then the Senate must adapt The Senate always has Robert C Byrd one of this chamber's great traditionalists acknowledged that Senate rules that seems appropriate in the past The way you notice you notice how they get bird a pass Because he's one of those One of the great traditionalists Well he was that he was more than that But forget about all that No no no forget about Biden his background Forget about the whole background of the Democrat party pull them off down the statue hall pull them down move the portraits burn the books do this do that But never ever speak poorly of the Democrat party Or its great members like Robert bird Go ahead Must be changed to reflect change circumstances And boy oh boy do we have changed circumstances now A voting rights by the Republican Party Nobody's abandoning voting rights you

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CDC Faces Bipartisan Scorn Over Muddled Messages

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 sec | Last week

CDC Faces Bipartisan Scorn Over Muddled Messages

"The left is turning on the left. I mean, even the left knows how ridiculous it has been to try to keep up with the CDC with Fauci with doctor Collins. Yeah, you can't keep up with these folks. Here's Jimmy Fallon. Listen to this, according to the CDC, only one in ten adults in the U.S. eat enough fruits and vegetables. Good timing on this new CDC. It sort of feels like their version of, hey, what's over there? It's a bird. Look, you have the CDC says adults should eat two to three cups of vegetables a day. Wait, now they're saying four to 5. No wait no, now they're saying only one. Basically, barely one or two. You're filing one. Yeah, we'll figure it out. Yeah, we'll figure it out. That's a comedian on the

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 US Mint begins shipping quarters honoring Maya Angelou

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

US Mint begins shipping quarters honoring Maya Angelou

"Friends friends can can get get your your hands hands on on a a Maya Maya Angelou Angelou quarter quarter pers pers will will be be the the first first in in a a series series of of queens queens in in the the American American women women quarters quarters program program the the U. U. S. S. mint mint has has already already begun begun shipping shipping the the twenty twenty five five cent cent pieces pieces around around the the country country and and there there is is definitely definitely no no discounting discounting Angelou's Angelou's cred cred the the author author poet poet and and civil civil rights rights activist activist rose rose to to fame fame with with her her and and book book I I know know why why the the caged caged bird bird sings sings in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine she she received received the the presidential presidential medal medal of of freedom freedom in in twenty twenty ten ten four four years years before before her her death death at at age age eighty eighty six six other other women women featured featured in in the the quarter quarter series series include include the the first first woman woman astronaut astronaut Sally Sally ride ride and and Anna Anna may may Wong Wong the the first first Chinese Chinese American American film film star star in in Hollywood Hollywood I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel the the popular popular American American poet poet is is getting getting a a special special tribute tribute and and it's it's more more than than just just some some two two bit bit honor honor soon soon

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More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting

"Two two parents parents charged charged with with their their son son in in a a Michigan Michigan school school shooting shooting failed failed to to get get their their bond bond reduced reduced James James and and Jennifer Jennifer Crumley Crumley are are charged charged with with involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter four four people people were were shot shot and and killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school prosecutor prosecutor mark mark he's he's told told the the judge judge there there were were warning warning signs signs about about their their fifteen fifteen year year old old son son Ethan Ethan instead instead they they bought bought the the gun gun he he used used at at the the school school he he displayed displayed terrifying terrifying tendencies tendencies and and behaviors behaviors and and he he literally literally sketched sketched out out what what he he planned planned to to do do in in his his journal journal in in the the throngs throngs Keast Keast says says the the teenager teenager had had hallucinations hallucinations and and was was torturing torturing and and killing killing animals animals suffered suffered from from a a bird bird that that he's he's working working in in a a jar jar for for six six months months and and Crumley Crumley is is charged charged as as an an adult adult with with murder murder and and other other crimes crimes defense defense attorney attorney at at Merrill Merrill Lehman Lehman argued argued for for lower lower bond bond trying trying to to sleep sleep your your honor honor they they weren't weren't they they are are not not like like wrist wrist tape tape from from W. W. X. X. Y. Y. Z. Z. Leman Leman insist insist the the crime crime lease lease didn't didn't know know a a school school shooting shooting was was in in the the works works I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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Biden decries 'big lie,' blames Trump for insurrection

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden decries 'big lie,' blames Trump for insurrection

"As as Washington Washington marks marks a a year year since since the the capital capital insurrection insurrection president president Biden Biden is is putting putting the the riots riots blame blame squarely squarely on on his his predecessor predecessor for for the the first first time time in in American American history history president president and and not not just just lost lost an an election election he he tried tried to to prevent prevent the the peaceful peaceful transfer transfer of of power power president president Biden Biden says says Donald Donald trump's trump's bird bird his his backers backers to to attack attack the the capital capital and and democracy democracy itself itself by by spinning spinning a a big big lie lie that that the the election election was was rigged rigged in in a a bid bid to to ease ease his his ego ego he's he's not not just just a a former former president president he's he's a a defeated defeated former former president president who who continues continues selling selling anger anger and and division division his his voice voice rising rising inside inside the the capitol capitol statuary statuary hall hall which which riders riders stormed stormed the the year year ago ago the the president president vowed vowed to to stand stand in in the the breach breach not not allow allow no no one one to to place place a a dagger dagger at at the the throat throat of of democracy democracy Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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'A moral giant': South Africans pay their respects to Tutu

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

'A moral giant': South Africans pay their respects to Tutu

"South south Africans Africans of of all all walks walks of of life life are are paying paying their their respects respects to to Anglican Anglican bishop bishop and and Nobel Nobel Peace Peace Prize Prize winner winner Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu tutus tutus plain plain pine pine casket casket is is on on view view in in St St George George Anglican Anglican cathedral cathedral in in Cape Cape Town Town to to Nava Nava no no rain rain Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu was was an an inspiration inspiration because because he he is is being being very very inclusive inclusive of of all all faith faith or or religion religion and and I I loved loved he's he's infectious infectious laughter laughter and and the the smiles smiles used used Alpharetta Alpharetta never never met met two two two two but but did did see see him him on on television television still still when when you you walk walk past past a a coffin coffin of of a a deceased deceased person person as as always always this this kind kind of of connection connection there's there's always always this this kind kind of of energy energy and and that's that's what what I I could could feel feel when when I I walk walk across across the the this this is is testament testament to to to to not not reverent reverent Wilma Wilma Jacobson Jacobson says says to to to to help help her her and and other other women women rise rise in in the the Anglican Anglican church church he he was was about about saying saying women women are are equal equal to to men men like like it it but but basically basically the the church church was was like like a a good good trying trying to to fly fly with with one one wing wing and and it it needed needed to to become become a a bird bird that that flies flies if if flies flies two two weeks weeks requiem requiem mass mass for for Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu will will be be held held tomorrow tomorrow I I met met Donahue Donahue

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Caleb Jones scores in OT as Blackhawks beat Capitals 5-4

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Caleb Jones scores in OT as Blackhawks beat Capitals 5-4

"Caleb Caleb Jones Jones scored scored in in overtime overtime to to give give the the Blackhawks Blackhawks a a five five four four win win over over the the capitals capitals it it was was a a back back and and forth forth affair affair with with Alex Alex avenged avenged in in opening opening the the scoring scoring tying tying an an NHL NHL record record with with this this two two hundred hundred seventy seventy fourth fourth career career power power play play tally tally talks talks then then put put on on a a bird bird scoring scoring three three times times in in thirty thirty four four seconds seconds Washington Washington eventually eventually tied tied it it with with three three seconds seconds left left in in regulation regulation before before Jones Jones played played hero hero Alex Alex DeBrincat DeBrincat scored scored twice twice Patrick Patrick Kane Kane notched notched his his seven seven hundredth hundredth career career assist assist and and Andre Andre flurry flurry made made forty forty two two saves saves for for his his five five hundred hundred first first career career win win David David Shuster Shuster Chicago Chicago

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"s. bird" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

Poetry Off The Shelf

04:47 min | Last month

"s. bird" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

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Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds

"Researchers researchers are are finding finding the the planets planets warming warming is is taking taking a a deadly deadly toll toll on on seabirds seabirds comment comment related related losses losses have have hit hit albatross albatross is is off off the the Hawaiian Hawaiian Islands Islands northern northern gannets gannets near near the the British British Isles Isles and and puffins puffins off off the the Maine Maine coast coast and and sea sea levels levels rise rise some some birds birds are are less less able able to to build build nests nests others others are are starving starving unable unable to to find find finishes finishes the the ocean ocean heats heats up up extreme extreme weather weather is is also also taking taking a a toll toll turns turns living living off off New New England England have have died died during during increasingly increasingly frequent frequent rain rain and and hail hail storms storms while while hurricanes hurricanes wiped wiped away away nests nests resulting resulting in in fewer fewer checks checks than than years years gone gone by by researchers researchers at at the the university university of of British British Columbia Columbia estimate estimate seabird seabird populations populations of of fallen fallen seventy seventy percent percent since since the the middle middle of of the the twentieth twentieth century century I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Boebert in call refuses to apologize for anti-Muslim remarks

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Boebert in call refuses to apologize for anti-Muslim remarks

"A a Republican Republican congressman congressman who who like like into into Muslim Muslim colleague colleague to to a a suicide suicide bombing bombing terrorist terrorist is is not not issuing issuing a a public public apology apology there there was was a a conversation conversation between between Republican Republican Lauren Lauren Bower Bower bird bird of of Colorado Colorado who who made made anti anti Muslim Muslim remarks remarks against against Congress Congress woman woman ill ill hunt hunt Omar Omar it it constituents constituents gathering gathering caught caught on on tape tape the the call call ended ended abruptly abruptly after after beau beau Burke Burke rejected rejected March March request request for for a a public public apology apology Moberg Moberg previously previously apologized apologized to to anyone anyone in in the the Muslim Muslim community community she she offended offended but but nothing nothing to to her her democratic democratic colleague colleague observers observers say say these these personal personal attacks attacks have have been been going going largely largely unchecked unchecked by by house house Republican Republican leaders leaders and and it's it's not not clear clear how how Democrats Democrats will will respond respond Omar Omar herself herself was was called called out out for for an an anti anti semitic semitic comment comment in in twenty twenty nineteen nineteen and and pressured pressured by by house house leadership leadership to to apologize apologize which which she she did did I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Best Buy and Levi Strauss Offer 'Racial Trauma' Counseling Following Rittenhouse Acquittal

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | Last month

Best Buy and Levi Strauss Offer 'Racial Trauma' Counseling Following Rittenhouse Acquittal

"After Kyle rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges from the Kenosha shooting, Best Buy and Levi Strauss offered their employees counseling to those who were distressed over the verdict. They offered a session with a quote racial trauma specialist. For employees distraught over Kyle rittenhouse being acquitted. Now first of all, I wonder how much the racial trauma specialist gets paid. How'd you like to do that for a living? Racial, trauma, specialist. Now again, I would allege, that's woke. You're gonna get counseling for free 'cause you're up I guarantee you. Best Buy is cover in the cost. Because some kid in Kenosha Wisconsin got acquitted of murder charges with the jury finding that he acted in self defense. Hey, you know who I'd like counsel? I'd like counseling. Can I get free counseling for? Watching birding, buildings burned to the ground? Riots? Trust me, I need an army of

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Unpacking the Single Worst Poll for Democrats With Pollster Richard Baris

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Unpacking the Single Worst Poll for Democrats With Pollster Richard Baris

"With us right now is a friend of mine and he reached legend status in the Pantheon of heroes of the Charlie Kirk show as he went to like two a.m. on the night of junkins win and the near win in New Jersey. He's a good man, big data poll, he's smarter, and better looking than Nate silver. It is Richard barris Richard. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, thanks for having me on. Happy Thanksgiving. You too, every time you know I have to mention Nate silver. It's important. So it is. You guys came out with some very compelling new polling, what's going on? I want to go piece by piece. So go through it methodically, the floor is yours. So, you know, the birds eye view here, Charlie, is that the issues are just really coming around to bite Joe Biden. Come on, your show, others, and I've been saying this for months that Joe Biden's approval rating in the beginning of his presidency was artificial. And what I meant by that is that he never received time marks on any issue except for COVID to include the economy and that once it became clear that COVID was a pandemic, and the president did not have that much authority over a virus particle that that would be an impossible campaign promise to keep, and he would begin to collapse. As that has happened, some votes his numbers. So now for the first time, we do have them below 40, 39.8, which is we always do decimals. And that is, you know, trending right along with his COVID approval, which is now a majority disapprove. And he's barely struggling to be in the forge. So Richard, who the heck are these 39% of America that thinks Biden's doing a good job? Yeah, you know, there's most of them, honestly, are Democrats holding on, even though there was definitely fracture this month in his approval among

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Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. One of the biggest debates for Thanksgiving is that we have dressing, are we having stuffing? And yes, there is a difference. My wife's family prefers dressing. It's a family tradition handed down that they love. I don't mind it, but I've never cared about dressing or stuffing. And I've had stuffing, the kind you actually put in the bird and cook in the bird. Of course, there can also be some health hazards with that too because, well, you're putting something inside an uncooked bird, so naturally, as it cooks, if there are any problems with the bird to begin with, they're going to be cooked into the bread, perhaps, too. So it's kind of a weird thing, but most people do dressing rather than stuffing. But when stove top came out, that was the funny part. It was stove top stuffing. It should have been stove top dressing, but the alliteration didn't work there. Stuffing is stuffed inside a bird. If you've stuffed it inside the bird, enjoy your stuffing today. If you cooked it on the stove or cooked it in the oven or however you cooked it outside of the bird, you're having dressing. It's a big holiday tradition right next to the Thanksgiving Turkey. I'm guessing. We may be mashed potatoes and gravy. Okay, and maybe cranberries in my family, but Happy Thanksgiving.

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Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. One of the biggest debates for Thanksgiving is that we have dressing, are we having stuffing? And yes, there is a difference. My wife's family prefers dressing. It's a family tradition handed down that they love. I don't mind it, but I've never cared about dressing or stuffing. And I've had stuffing, the kind you actually put in the bird and cook in the bird. Of course, there can also be some health hazards with that too because, well, you're putting something inside an uncooked bird, so naturally, as it cooks, if there are any problems with the bird to begin with, they're going to be cooked into the bread, perhaps, too. So it's kind of a weird thing, but most people do dressing rather than stuffing. But when stove top came out, that was the funny part. It was stove top stuffing. It should have been stove top dressing, but the alliteration didn't work there. Stuffing is stuffed inside a bird. If you've stuffed it inside the bird, enjoy your stuffing today. If you cooked it on the stove or cooked it in the oven or however you cooked it outside of the bird, you're having dressing. It's a big holiday tradition right next to the Thanksgiving Turkey. I'm guessing. We may be mashed potatoes and gravy. Okay, and maybe cranberries in my family, but Happy Thanksgiving.

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"s. bird" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:16 min | 2 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"s. bird" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"s. bird" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"We have to have a chat. It's so real. it's so crazy. Is he the the host for next week. I can't confirm that. I don't know you can't confirm that Well it might be of tonight's episode. We might get a new home for tonight's episode because we're recording this monday guys You know there's two episodes this week but anyway back to atlanta. He says he thought he goes. I thought like they've been on the franchise before it's like they come in here like actors like okay. I know what you guys need. Let's do this like you know. Speaking as if the cast is talking to the producer's like that and then he said that soon into like entering paradise he saw how committed everyone was to the shows real premise. Because they come in guns a plays in. I mean it is just so real. I did not realize that you could start calling for somebody so quickly when you're in a setting like that. He says getting there was pretty incredible. I was a kid into candy store. Walking around i was like oh my gosh. That's a wells atoms bar. Oh my gosh. This is worth that happened. And he goes and i was just like a super deep fan that first few hours and he goes. I love grocery store joe. He was so sweet. Hair reminds me of me. So many of my reminds me of so many of my exes that i got exile city goes. I just feel for people like that. Just can't get out of their own heads but he thinks he's super sweet and really deserves love. He lands is the best. I love it. Lands is gonna bring that like fan boy energy to hosting just. Because like i said last week. It's almost like david spade was apathetic about it. All and to be frank. I think he he seems more. Apathetic this leak. The who's seconds. So we saw of him. Yeah he kind of made that comey's i it's good to see you guys get senior since since you showed up. And then as he walked. K where i get paid. I think that was part of david's. Stick the comedy of it all but it will be refreshing to have somebody there that's like super involved and wanting to be around finding joy in the in the in the couples. I think david was is definitely there for comedic relief And at worked right you wouldn't want it for like the whole season because then it just feels like the host doesn't care in which makes fan in viewership over time. Probably feel like. I don't need to care about this either. It's it's fun to hear lands talk this way. I think is going to be really awesome for the show so pumped to see that well funny headline that. We pulled out just to mention because we said we you and talk about anymore last week and really don't but it it was funny. How trae from bachelor in paradise confronted the situation last week where his suitor. A john in paradise had dated his uncle well. Trade tweeted a picture of his uncle. Anthony m- the headline reads bashing paradises trae reveals his uncle. After john admits they.

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"s. bird" Discussed on The Science of Birds

The Science of Birds

05:21 min | 6 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on The Science of Birds

"And it's super important for the ecosystems of alaska shore birds and waterfowl play vital roles in the food webs of freshwater coastal and tundra ecosystems. They eat ungodly amounts of vegetation and invertebrate biomass. They fertilize the soil and water with their nitrogen. Rich droppings and of course they end up as meals for furry predators like foxes and weasels circle of life. And all that yada. Yada lots of migrant species spend the summer on the tundra or alaska's wetlands these are essential breeding habitats for migrant birds but there are also specific places along migratory pathways that are nearly as important on their long distance. Journeys migrants need to stop to rest and refuel. They do this predictably. In the same places year after year these places are called stopover sites or staging areas for example the copper river delta in south central alaska is an enormous wetland that serves as a stopover site for birds like western sandpiper and done when they stopped to feed on the mudflats of the delta before flying much farther north to their breeding territories. So why is alaska so attractive to migratory birds. Why do they bother flying. All that way to breed in far-flung seemingly desolate landscapes. Why not just stay in the tropics where everything is sort of more pleasant biologist have different hypotheses to explain this but in general it's thought that the habitats of the far north are great places for birds to breed because one there is an explosion of insect life every summer. This superabundance represents tons of food to feed growing chicks too. There's a lot of open space. Which means there might be less competition for nesting and foraging habitat three. The days are super long. So there's plenty of time for courtship nest building and finding food for your insatiable young ones and four compared to more tropical places. Birds breeding in high latitudes may also have fewer predators parasites and diseases to deal with..

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"s. bird" Discussed on The Science of Birds

The Science of Birds

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on The Science of Birds

"Any endemic species. The answer for alaska is yes. There is a grand total of one endemic bird in alaska and that is mckay's bunting plectrums phoenix hyper boreas. Mckay's bunting is a cute little songbird that lives on only two remote islands in the bering sea. It's a close relative of the snow. Bunting plectrums phoenix nevada. Both species are in the family call. Caridi which also includes the long spurs the ancestors of mckay's bunting were probably snow buntings who found themselves isolated on those islands at the end of the last glacial maximum when the sea level rose and drowned most of the land bridge that once connected eurasia and north america but interestingly most of these birds the mckays buntings fly to mainland alaska in the winter and return to their little islands to breed in summer. So it's not like they're isolated by an inability to fly long distances. Researchers have suggested that mackay's buntings maintain their genetic distinctiveness from snow buntings their closest relatives because the two species breed at different times even where their ranges overlap. We don't know a whole lot about the biology or the behavior of mckay's bunting but it does have one other claim to fame no other north. American songbird has plumage. That's as white as that of the male mckay's bunting it looks like a snowball magically came to life and started flitting around eating seeds and causing mischief. The field like this bird needs a cooler name but the name snow-bunting is already taken. And maybe you've heard of the movement to get rid of honorific bird names. You know birds named after some dude. So instead of mckay's bunting maybe we could go with bleached bunting or blizzard bunting or mcflurry bunting. I don't know something like that. As for the snow. Bunting that species gives us an example of another pattern..

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"s. bird" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Of walker actually singing. At here we go all right back to the email. I just wanted to share that. I love the shirt and simply looking down at. It makes me smile and feel so good. It has pretty much everything on it. I want to live for. I think it may be my new life motto. It's not always easy to live that way though and this cute comfy shirt is great encouragement. Your friend crystal from indiana so yeah just wanted to close out the podcast today. Reminding y'all to become kind. Choose joy laugh lot. Eat cake and also. Just thank y'all for all of the support. I mean crystal even the fact that you went to buy the t shirt. I know it takes a lot to hear me. Talk about something that mary and i put together and we put a lot of work into the merchandise that we make whether it is for pimp enjoy or four things or a spa or the new que. Bueno stuff like we. We put a lot of work into that. And it's not lost on me that y'all are hearing it and not really getting a visual of it and you're trusting that it's gonna be good and then you take the time to go to your computer and either go to radio dot com or you go to shop dot com or you go to four things dot com or the shop. Ford whatever however you find it all redirects to the shot ford website with. There's tons of items up there that give back but those are the ones that i'm involved in and just to see how y'all supported us in. Our community has rallied together. It's just been really cool. I was in texas this last weekend for my dad's funeral and i got to pass out the que bueno shirts to a lot of my family. And if you aren't familiar with that story. I have a post up on my instagram. You can just go read about it. Radio amy's where you can find it look for the selfie of me wearing a navy shirt with white letters across sake. Que bueno. which means that's good and you can read more about it. There and the scholarship fund that we've created in my dad's name the harvey clifton moffitt. Scholarship fund could be a great father's day gift for someone in your life or actually all cold at items under s blah normally. They support haiti. But for this father's day in honor of my dad. We've shifted everything supporting his scholarship fund. So we can build that up and helped send kids to college or at least give scholarships so that we can build that up and give scholarships to kids in rural areas. That would like an opportunity to go to college because my dad is someone that wouldn't have gone to college. If it wasn't for scholarships and the reason why it's kim we know is he was fluent in spanish. She always said that again. I told you could go read about the post. But it's like i can't help myself. I have to talk about it but it was really cool to pass those out and it's been really cool to see all of y'all and support it but if you do have fathers day shopping to do just wanted to encourage you and you know crystal sharing that email and being such a happy customer makes us feel good because she likes shirt. She likes the quality of the shirt. She likes the reminder of the shirt what it's all about and that is literally why marian. I anything that we come up with. We come up with with that in mind and that is our hope for when you wear it so super. Cool all right. Thank you guys for listening. I feel like the fifth thing. Listeners are my hardcore dedicated listeners. Because maybe e mail in which the email is four things with amy brown jim l. dot com put v thing in the subject line. Sign it your friend. Tell me what state you're emailing me from. I'd love to hear that. But i feel like y'all are my hardcore ones. There's probably people that. Listen on thursdays that don't listen on tuesdays because it's probably just a little too much which i get that. I totally understand. I get overwhelmed with things. I need to consume all the time. So if you are listening to this and you listen all the way through shout out to you. I appreciate it and thank you so much for all the support all right. Talk to y'all on thursday for all four.

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"s. bird" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

04:56 min | 8 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Just listening to your fifth thing and one of the emails was about a crow visiting a listener. That made her think of her mom. I thought some of your listeners might be interested in the book. Signs chelsea handler recommended it last year and i loved it. I have bird friends. Now thanks to you sharing your bird. Love whip us. My whole family has gotten into helping me keep our feeders full and they send me pictures of my newburgh friends. When i'm not home i love it. Thanks for the morning. Show and your podcast. I have my own business and work alone most days so i love to pop my headphones and get to work much. Shell thank you michelle from missouri for this note. I appreciate you sharing your passion so that way. I don't feel alone in this. Because sometimes i feel like the crazy bird lady but i feel like there's a lot of us out there and there's nothing wrong with that and then also shut out for the book recommendation. I have personally not checked out signs but if chelsea handler recommended it and you liked it then maybe some other people were like it. So i'm putting it out there for others. Maybe check out if they want to all right. Let's get to the email. Hey amy lisa here. From kansas. And i know you touched on this before but i'm turning forty this month and seriously struggling with it. How is it that everyone around me seems to be handling it so easily and i am freaking out. It's all in my head. But i figured i could email invent about it and see if any of your listeners are feeling like me you always say that you do this podcast. So that others don't feel alone but even you liked turning forty. So i guess my misery would like some company and feeling so down about turning forty ha. Can you see if anyone out there is feeling like me. He s should. I take up one. Bird's doing puzzles. Maybe that will help me embrace. Forty thanks amy lisa all right lisa from kansas. I got a little survey for you. I found it when i was doing some prep for the bobby bones show and i pulled it. I didn't even submitted to the bobby bones. Show is like you know what i'm gonna say this for the podcast and share it with lisa and everyone else that might be struggling with getting older. The was a survey done of over a thousand adults that were turning in that forty to fifty age range. And so i'm going to share with you. The best parts about getting older. According to the poll most people as they age they feel less stress. They also feel more stability and life. They get to enjoy a slower pace of life. Maybe that's when you hit like. I dunno fifty sixty. Maybe more of a retirement age. I don't know that. I'm feeling not quite at forty. But say here. They get to spend more time with family and friends. They're not like doing the hustle. Maybe that they were doing in their twenties and thirties more time for passions and hobbies. Oh i'm into that. Maybe you've got time for birds of puzzles. Feeling more confident. That one. I will agree with and lisa. That is something that has definitely come with age for me. I feel more confident now than i ever did. In my twenties and thirties and you would think that would be the other way around because when you get older you don't feel as good about things but that's just not in the case for me. So hopefully you'll feel more confident a better handling life's difficulties. I do think that yeah. You've had some time to go through life and maybe you're more equipped to handle things. Another one was feeling why is which i do agree that there's wisdom that comes with age and the number one thing that people say is the best part of aging is having lots of life experience. So don't be scared of forty be excited about what you're bringing into forty and all that going to get to do in your forties and the wise experienced confident person that you're going to be and yes i one hundred percent that you should take up watching birds and doing puzzles right. Good luck with turning forty happy birthday. I don't know exactly when you're turning forty but happy birthday. Hope it's great and maybe you should treat yourself to one of our born. Your sweat shirts die. Feel like you. I see and nineteen eighty-one pullover in your future. They're very cute. If you haven't checked them out little plug here shop s blah dot com to buy a super q pullover to rep forty proudly and support haiti at the same time. I guess with that. Said i do wanna share a bonus. Email doesn't have anything to do with birds normally. I just cover four emails. But i did get this really nice note from crystal in indiana and she said hey amy. I recently received my joy secret for things t shirt and it seriously makes me so happy. When i wear it of course it makes me think of your podcast theme song which always makes me smile. Which is me talking here. Not the email and in case you. Don't listen to the intro theme song it's not we don't play it here. On the fifth thing we play it every thursday for the four things. Podcast and it's walker hayes singing be kind choose joy lot cake so yeah whenever i see it on the pullover. I hear walker singing that as well. Maybe houston. We should houston's my producer for anybody that's new. We should play a clip.

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"s. bird" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Husband go you okay second email. Hey amy i listened to the own show podcast daily. I heard you talking about the painted bunting about three or four years ago. One came to my mom's feeder. She only saw him once. One has shown up every year since usually she would only see him. Once a year she had an issue with some rodents getting on her bird feeder. And she read that you could add cayenne pepper to the food to deter them since then. This painted bunting comes to my mom's feeder every day. Maybe it's just coincidence that it started showing up after she added the pepper or maybe painted buntings like spicy food. My mom lives at topsail beach in north carolina so they could like the sand salty air and the spicy food. Thought you might find this interesting. Have a blessed day bradley kennedy. Shout out to you and your mom painted bunting. That is a goals bird for me. Like i have a list of birds that i would love to see that i haven't seen yet. A bartow was on there. But if you listen to my podcast you may know or listen to bobby brown. Show that i saw a bartow. Here in nashville. I was on a hike with a friend. And i couldn't believe it. It was the most beautiful stunning majestic thing i have ever seen. And if i could see painted bunting that would be awesome as well. These are the cutest little birds. If you don't know what we're talking about you need to google them and they have the most beautiful colors like there's so vibrant and bradley attached them pictures of the bird that stops by her mom's feeder and it's just like i thought it would look. It's so pretty. I've only seen google images online so as cold a c- a bird like that at someone's feeder also love when y'all send me pictures of birds or y'all tag me and bird things on instagram radio. Amy is where you can find me and tag me and maybe i'll see it in the stories. Another thing we started doing with stories and tagging was if you rate in review the podcast then take a screenshot of your review and then posted to your stories and tag me on instagram. And every once in a while. I'm just going to go through and pick random people to send something to your can pick out. Whatever item you want from things or pimping joy or que. Bueno like whatever you would like. And i'll just do that randomly. I've already picked one out. I think we announced that we were gonna start doing that last week. And i already saw some of you tagging. And i just randomly picked one deemed person and said. Hey send me your address and whatever item you would like. So that's another thing we're gonna be doing on instagram. But i also would love to see your birds and then thank you for the tip. Bradley kennedy i might be adding some cayenne pepper to my birdseed except for i do like my little chipmunks that visit. I don't really have a squirrel problem. at least i'm not seeing the squirrels eating and normally the chipmunks would annoy me because they do take a lot of the food but they are just so cute and ever since i saved that chipmunks life because it was drowning and i was able to rescue it. Just feel a certain bond and connection to take care of chipmunks in my backyard. So i don't know if the spiciness will deter the chipmunks maybe in two features that i have closest to my window could put cayenne pepper in one of them and not in the other. Maybe i'll do that. I don't know just kind of talking this through our telling. Y'all let's in my head right now..

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"s. bird" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

03:55 min | 8 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Beautiful in your life the thing is she. Does this sometimes pick a new hobby and then just stays with it for like three months. I've been with us for a minute. The never goes back to it ever again painting on the easel up. still guns. yeah. That was a long time ago. Still it was for a minute. You're writing or guitar along. The list goes on. I know but y'all for me puzzles. Birds are here to stay like this is the new me or the old you. I think it's the older you so even my quote today is about birds found this one purposefully because i thought it was fitting and it's firm. Charlie ward all from his book understanding and building confidence. And here's what charlie said. A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking because it's trust is not on the branch but on its own wings. So hopefully that is something that you all can use to help. Build your confidence. It might be a book that i need to check out. I literally just googled bird quotes and that was one of my favorite ones and then i came upon his book. And i'm like well. Maybe now i need to read this book all right i. E mail izza from brian. Hey amy listener here. I know you think you're talking mostly to women. But i listen every week. This wanted you to know. But i'm gonna keep this short and to the point. I saw your post on instagram about a hummingbird feeder. That you wear on your head. And i'm not sure if he posted where to get it. I saw it. And then i wasn't on instagram for few days and the story expired. Can you email me the link. I needed to buy that for my wife. She is obsessed with hummingbirds. Your friend brian which just wanted you know signing at your friend to prove that i listened all the time. Oh and i'm from california. More proof that i listen. All the time brian. Thank you for that shoutouts all the guys that are listening okay brian. Yes my new hummingbird feeder helmet confluence of. Mary arrived at my house. And i had posted a picture of the other day but then posted a video so the video actually might still be on my instagram stories. I guess it depends honestly when you're listening to this in case you're listening to this and it's not up their radio. Amy is where you can find it in the stories and i linked swipe up but you can also go to heat stick dot com the website. Were mary found it. And honestly i don't know what all they make. I think there's some candle situation that's why it's heat. Stick dot com. If you scroll down past the candle thing you'll see the hummingbird feeder situation and it's supposed to be the most intimate experience with a and. I can't wait to see if it actually works. I kind of wish. They made other intimate experience helmets for all kinds of birds. Because that would be amazing. And maybe they do. I just don't have one yet. I think mary just randomly googling hummingbird feeder helmets and came across this. And i'm not sure if he gets a lot of orders but he personally called. Mary was asking her how she heard about them and she said she just searched it up and found them so anyway i think this guy he makes them himself and he was so excited to have the order so brian. I'm sure he will be equally as excited to get the order from you for your wife so super thoughtful gift and anybody out there that wants to get it for someone in their life or maybe for yourself who knows but you also maybe wanna wait for me to review it. I haven't actually put it on and gone outside and had any sort of experience yet but it is still a cool gift to give somebody if this is something they would be into. And you never know never know what. Kind of humming verdicts variances. We're going to start having but either way i mean who knows. I don't even know if. I really get hummingbirds in my backyard. So tvd tv. But brian heat stick dot com is where you can find it and you're super thoughtful.

"s. bird" Discussed on I Love Sleep

I Love Sleep

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on I Love Sleep

"Then. The third son took the gardner at i would not let him fearsome harm. Would come to him. Whoever at last he consented and the young man lead himself under the tree to watch as the clock struck twelve. He heard wrestling noise in the air and a bird came flying. That was a pure gold and it was snapping at one of the apples with this. Speak the gardiner send jumped up and shot an arrow at a but the arrow did the.

"s. bird" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"s. bird" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Of the dodo scientifically known as the raffish. Laddis is one that has found its way into our language via phrases such as being dumb as a dodo which supposedly reflected on the intelligence of the bird like why something could go the way of the dodo which means to disappear or to go extinct. The story of the dodo takes place on the island of mauritius in the indian ocean. Marissa's it didn't have any native inhabitants before it was discovered by european explorers the early sixteenth century near the arabs nor the portuguese who first encountered the island bother to inhabit it. No one really saw any value in the island and the first recorded accounts of mauritius didn't have any mentions of the dodo bird. The dutch finally settled on the island in fifteen ninety eight almost one hundred years after it was first discovered. Their original intent was to use the island for provisioning ships. That were traveling. Between the dutch indies aka indonesia and the netherlands ships would stop and get fresh food and water for the rest of their journey. It was then that the dodo was first mentioned. The dodo was a relatively large flightless. Bird it's dead about three feet or one meter tall in an adult male. Wait around twenty one kilograms or forty six pounds. It's in the same family as the pigeon and its closest living. Relative is the nicobar pigeon which lives in the nicobar islands off of india. The very first sailors on the island were reported to have hunted the dodo for food. They were extremely easy to hunt as they had absolutely no fear of humans because they lived on only this one island and the island had no predators. They really had no fear of anything. Hunting them consisted of walking up to him with the club and whacking him on the head. This behavior is where the dodo developed a reputation for being stupid over. The dodo wasn't stupid. It just never evolved to have to deal with predators. The behavior of the dodo really wasn't any different than any other species such as the penguin who also never had to deal with predators. The word dodo probably comes from the dutch word. Dar's which is a bird with feathers on its backside. The dodo was interesting to a lot of people. It led people to begin to raise questions about how fat flightless bird was on such a remote island and how it got there because it didn't fly in to didn't swim. The british merchant. Peter mundy wrote in his journal after a visit to the.

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"s. bird" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

40 Going On 14

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"s. bird" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

"She's gone man. Did sound engineers had a lot of fun on this day. Did i got some questions about that too. He was also in the tv. Remake of swat also played in diary of a mad black woman. Okay on also in Sticking with the dc universe plays in justice league dark and multiple dc animated films. He does the voice of cyborg. Wow narrow in amber karami as alfred pennyworth. Probably my favorite person in this. I was going to say he. He is one of my favorite alfred. Of course they have a conic actor konak role which might be in trivia. So i'm gonna shut up. Yeah so he is known. As being the wiseman from army of darkness and smith e from garfield a tale of two kitties. And he's a he's one of those character actors you see them. You're like hey it's that guy. Oh yeah he's all over the place. He was in Wizards of waverly place He's is in. There's there's more coming up. I've got i've got more about this dude Mia sara as dr harlan quincy You may know. Her as sloan from ferris buehler's day off that where lily from legend that movie. I heard either one of these.

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"s. bird" Discussed on Nonprofits & Java

Nonprofits & Java

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"s. bird" Discussed on Nonprofits & Java

"I want to save heated messages. That they'd been getting for years even if they were only relying on service fees are about registrations they had a plan b per se. Some of them didn't and some of them just closed. And that will. We're going to have to try and figure this out in the next will be opened in two more months right so close. They went into hibernation. They went into hibernation. I've invest is preferred of. Look at it right now. Well to their clients they closed their doors will still when the services aren't there people suffer. I get that right exactly. There was no one reaction. I think it differed it differed by how boards leaders reacted just differed some of them. Who knew they shouldn't burn relying on events for.

"s. bird" Discussed on Nonprofits & Java

Nonprofits & Java

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"s. bird" Discussed on Nonprofits & Java

"I would put the dollars towards. What can we do with this and make it work. And although it's a program within the community foundation we really wanted it to be a funding collaborative. We wanted the whole community to be part of these efforts. So when i continued in that project that went for another nine months so as a year as a project leader before i said here's a job description. Fortunately for them. My background is human resources. So i wrote a job description. I wrote all the plan. Yeah yeah this is what you need to do to get this. And then i was not going to going to apply but it got posted. I'm like you know. I the time i just thought i got the setup up and running here you go now. It's time to back to what i wanted to do before which was to start my own consulting business so here you go passing off who when it came time to hand off. I said i really wanted to apply for this. But i wanted to be a process by. Hr background right now. What the right person for the job. Not just me. Because i'm sitting here. Which many of my friends thought was hysterical. I wanted to be the right person for the job in the community. Just because i'd been working on it to get it to where we wanted to start. So that was the start. I guess of what nonprofit leadership initiative is or npr lie within our community. it's interesting because the startup process the think tank that you kind of talked about is exactly the startup up story for the elevator institute where i work. Twenty years ago there was. This convened think tank of funders and nonprofit and for profit and higher education. That all got together to think about well. How do we bolster the nonprofit community of southeastern wisconsin and they came up with us and we didn't a helen baiter up. Here is the community foundation as that was all happening. Get this phone. Call from this person appleton at the exact same time we were trying to figure out. How do we sort of expand our footprint into the fox valley. Where i'm originally from and thought i knew a little bit about and then literally two days after i had been looking up this whole nonprofit leadership initiative thing. I get a call from kim. It was the most random wonderful thing to happen. So it spiraled all the wonderfulness of spiraled out of that. Was that about the same time then. We started talking about the wisconsin nonprofit resource group think that came out. I think it was probably a little later. Yeah and that's kind of yet another way that we kind of cross pads is and we'll we'll talk about that later. Okay but right now. i'm. I'm more interested in. You're asking the question you know. I'm more interested in you. You said you came from nonprofit. Hr and from small companies large companies. And would you were talking about. You know you wanted to start your own consulting firm. i assume you're talking about hr consulting or correct your experience in july. Were you looking to sort of expand now at the time it was again. I keep saying my background's human resources with the last nonprofit job i had which was at levin Fox cities there were five six staff. Maybe only two of them fulltime. I was part. Time and i was hired. Actually to do development and marketing. Not my background not my forte. But the previous executive director said kim. You can do this work while i also had a little bit of. It in my background in a little bit of human resources so in a small shopping part of skill set. Do what needs to get done. So i can't afford posted. And what's what do you write your notes on. Well we get donated paper.

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"s. bird" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"s. bird" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

"Going on Pokemon go Trainer Club Soda 149 of the lure. Podcast where we take Pokemon go way more seriously than we do ourselves through it up as part of the Pokemon professor Network. And today is Wednesday, September 23rd 2020. I'm your host can pescator joined by my co-host Adam Tuttle Adam. What's happening? Hello. How are every thing is happening? I'm so excited for this podcast why you might be asking why and I might tell you why and it has to do with hats. I am I so excited we do have some we do have some hat talk on today's episode things that go on the top of your head. Yeah. If you like cats you'll you'll like like the news now I'm I'm excited. We we talk kind of hinted at it last week, but we'll get there in a moment. We do have some some good stuff to talk about this week on today's episode. We're going to recap the last week of gameplay including the mega battle event Porygon Community Day Articuno raids spero Spotlight. Our we have of the sort of complete October schedule 19 has been doing this the past couple of months where they're kind of giving us the entire run down prior to the month happening. So we'll work our way through Thursday Pokemon and Longchamp have partnered and Pogo will have an event to celebrate and remember when we discussed some code being found last week about costume Pokemon dead. Well, there's the hats so we'll talk about that a go battle night which are supposed to be tomorrow from the day that we're recording. This has been canceled. So we'll just kind of speculate on that a bit. We've got a couple listener emails and then we'll close the show with his Zapdos raid guide and battle party. Whoop. Whoop whoop. But Adam, let us start let our weekly game play game recap. How has it been for you over the past week so far so good. I mean we are currently in our final Mega September week, which is focused on Mega Evolution Pokemon being your buddy along with a bunch of features as well as a time to research, which is awesome. Cuz I just completed it today you did then you just do it. Yes on our Patron, Yeah. I finally evolved my Mega Beedrill I was reluctant to but I had the quest that said get 20/20 Mega Energy if you evolve it so it's like well even as well might as well get sixty and it doesn't really cost down. Think if I do that features of the event included Mega Evolution lasting 12 hours rather than the standard three keep that forever changed and double Puffin duration, which I don't have any pathans so I couldn't tell you large Pokemon appearing more frequently in the wild shiny Duo being released which I don't have at this moment and a bunch of our energy available in research go snapshot surprises, which have been phenomenal. I've got a Venus sir and Mega Pidgeot Mega Venusaur Pidgeot so far off and the mega Body Challenge and time. That was the time to research as well. Right? So get out there have fun with the time to research is pretty quick and focused on catching Pokemon and earning hearts with your buddy, which easy peasy. Lemon squeezy paid out a ton of Beedrill Mega Energy along with some solid experience and song..

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"s. bird" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"s. bird" Discussed on The Dictionary

"You bite with your teeth biting Louse. We have Birdman. No, this is not that movie with Michael Keaton, but this is one word Noun from sixteen, Ninety, seven, one, a person who with birds. Maybe, it's just should be bird person number to a person who flies as in an aircraft. They call them a birdman. Okay I guess so. That's an old school term probably. Next, we have I like this bird of paradise, three words with Hyphens, Noun Sperm Circa, eighteen, eighty, four and ornamental plant of the family will. What is this word? No, that's all part of the sprint. Disease will skip that for now and ornamental plant native to southern Africa that has scallops terminating in a horizontal bract, from which emerges an upright flower, having three orange or yellow sepals and three irregular blue petals. Lots of word I didn't know. The scientific name is strength. Recogni or read deny of the Family Strelitz why? that was not the bird of paradise. I was expecting, but I will try and find a picture of this ornamental ornamental plant, and then we have our last word for this episode. It is also bird of paradise, but there are no hyphens. From fifteen ninety five. It doesn't say that it is a noun or not, but I'm pretty sure it is a noun. Any of numerous brilliantly colored plumed assign birds chiefly of New Guinea and neighboring islands assign is O. S. C. I N. E. I. Don't know what that word means. They are from the family. Paradis cad I know. Close Para, DECI. Close enough. I have seen footage of birds of paradise, and they are absolutely incredible. I think they probably talked about them. On Planet Earth that series they are, there's so many different kinds of them, and they they they're mating dances are amazing because their bodies, their plumage and everything is built. To to have separate styles of mating dances, they're really quite something very stunning. I'm kind of thinking that. Maybe I WANNA have that one be the word of the episode. Yeah Pick Bird of paradise to be the word of the episode. Obviously I got to post some pictures of these birds. That, is it thank you very much for joining me listening I now have to go on a call, and maybe possibly record another guest who could possibly be in the episode that you heard yesterday or could be in tomorrow's episode or a different one altogether. Who knows we haven't figured it out? Until next time this has been spencer dispensing information goodbye..

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