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"samuel mudd" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

02:06 min | 2 months ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"We're talking about mud. This ubiquitous combination of water and dirt is useful for science employed in health and beauty a little known component of professional sports. And it's even eaten to see someone's name is mud is to mean that they are lowly. We're that they are in trouble of their own. Making usually through some form of idiocy. There's an old story that the expression derives from doctor. Samuel mudd with two ds. Who unwisely took pity on. John wilkes booth president. Abraham lincoln's assassin mutt treated booths. Broken ankle that he suffered when leaping to the stage of ford's theatre for the doctors troubles. He was sentenced to life in a federal prison. Like many interesting historical stories. This one is not true. The phrase first appeared in print in eighteen twenty forty five years. Before lincoln's assassination in another obscure english slang mud was an eighteenth century equivalent of dope dolt or idiot and was used through the nineteenth century by union workers equivalent to scab or a strike breaker. Let's start with gio fiji. The scientific term for eating dirt or mud or earth on the island nation of haiti cookies. Made of mud are eaten and while they are tradition. They're not really eaten by choice. The mud helps to fill up the stomachs of the poorest country in the western hemisphere especially for the people in areas like the slum of city so lay yellow dirt from the central plateau of the island is mixed with salt and vegetable shortening spread into disks and allowed dry in the sun. The mud has long been prized by pregnant. Women who believe it to be an antacid an important source of calcium though there is no science to back that up even before the devastating twenty ten earthquake many haitians lived in what is called food insecurity a phrase that really under sells the condition

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My Name is Mud

Your Brain on Facts

02:06 min | 2 months ago

My Name is Mud

"We're talking about mud. This ubiquitous combination of water and dirt is useful for science employed in health and beauty a little known component of professional sports. And it's even eaten to see someone's name is mud is to mean that they are lowly. We're that they are in trouble of their own. Making usually through some form of idiocy. There's an old story that the expression derives from doctor. Samuel mudd with two ds. Who unwisely took pity on. John wilkes booth president. Abraham lincoln's assassin mutt treated booths. Broken ankle that he suffered when leaping to the stage of ford's theatre for the doctors troubles. He was sentenced to life in a federal prison. Like many interesting historical stories. This one is not true. The phrase first appeared in print in eighteen twenty forty five years. Before lincoln's assassination in another obscure english slang mud was an eighteenth century equivalent of dope dolt or idiot and was used through the nineteenth century by union workers equivalent to scab or a strike breaker. Let's start with gio fiji. The scientific term for eating dirt or mud or earth on the island nation of haiti cookies. Made of mud are eaten and while they are tradition. They're not really eaten by choice. The mud helps to fill up the stomachs of the poorest country in the western hemisphere especially for the people in areas like the slum of city so lay yellow dirt from the central plateau of the island is mixed with salt and vegetable shortening spread into disks and allowed dry in the sun. The mud has long been prized by pregnant. Women who believe it to be an antacid an important source of calcium though there is no science to back that up even before the devastating twenty ten earthquake many haitians lived in what is called food insecurity a phrase that really under sells the condition

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Way back to the Mary Surratt story. Just a second. Let me just go over this with our guest, Paul, the bully So on the 14th. Of April 18 65 Booth Assassinates Lincoln. It's the next day that Booth arrives at the mud farm. Where he receives care for the ankle. A to least in some respects, not as you said, there's some evidence that he did. Some people would claim that he didn't break an ankle when he jumped. What do we think that happened at the mud farm if he hadn't broken If there was no injury to be tended to what we have to back, we have to back up just a little bit. Um, because on his way out of Washington, see, his first stop is not the mud farm, which which is about 25 miles away from the sea. His first stop is too at the Surat Tavern in Port Tobacco because he had hidden supplies there A couple of rifles, ammunitions, field glasses, etcetera. So, um, Booth and his accomplice, which is believed to be a gentleman, and gave a young man named David held right up to the Surat Tavern. Um, boots. Both legs broken. He refuses to get off his horse. Harold goes in and retrieved the supplies they had hidden there. And then they ride on to John Patio. Dr Samuel Mudd's home. They arrived there sometime around three or four a.m.. They help Booth into the house. Um Um, if you remember, did you go to the senior White House? The couch on which was way Well, doctor, my treated him is still there still owned and maintained by the by the mud family doctor cuts off his booth. Actions, a splint and a crutch for him, Then Booth in goes upstairs. Um, t.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Also, it should be pointed out. My friend Tim reminded me that Roger Mudd still on Roger Mudd over here. Roger Mudd was also a descendant of Dr Samuel Mudd. Anybody anybody? Dr Samuel Mudd, You know who Dr Samuel Mudd was. Dr Sandelman was the doctor that treated John Wilkes Booth Democrat after he had shot and killed, shot and murdered the first Republican president, Abraham Lincoln, you know, for freeing the slaves, and and things like that. Also, Abraham Lincoln, perhaps foolishly had a Democrat, vice president Andrew Johnson. Who ascended to the presidency. So you killed the first Republican president and a Democrat vice president is hymns the presidency after being killed by a Democrat, and that was John Wilkes Booth. Of course. He was an actor. You remember there was something you know they like toe. So who is it? What's his name? That crazy actors said What? When's the last time an actor killed the president? Remember? Johnny. What's his name? Um You know, Michael, what's good or what's his name? Said Johnny Depp. That's it. Johnny Depp. I knew that you didn't know that. Yeah, but Roger Mudd descendant from Dr Mudd and the name the name Mud. Yes, they frighten. People don't use it anymore, but a phrase emerged. Your name is mud around here. And that's not m u d A 10 you d d with a capital M because of Dr Mudd for treating John Wilkes Booth. And Roger Mudd. I think not a very direct linear descendant of Dr Samuel Mudd buddies that same family, same family. My friend Tim. He went to a Catholic school where there was none. Sister Samuel A Mudd and also descendant, But I die Aggress. I die aggress. So there that democrats, you know, they've opened up our borders, The Biden administration. They're doing a horrible, horrible, terrible thing and a disservice to humanity and to the people of Central America and the people of Mexico. Merry old makeup and with Marcus and things like that. But the cartels Lovett the cartels are very happy because the Democrats are back and that means that they're not on our side. You know the Democrats Democrat party. They're not on the side of the United States of America, so they do everything. Everything they do is designed to hurt us to damages. And to buy votes and tol by their political power. And that's what that $1.9 Trillion thing is about that they're apparently gonna vote on that in the House of Representatives today, Nancy Pelosi and she is nuts is here yesterday, doing a little like song lyrics at the press conference and stuff. Is a complete cook. But they're planning on voting on that today and wasn't less than 10% about 9% of it actually goes to covet stuff. Hundreds of billions of dollars go to feather the nests of corrupt Democrats across the country. From New York to Illinois to California for over funding. They've been over funding their unions and the unions funnel money back to the Democrats to get him elected. And then the Democrats funnel money to the unions and then the union's funnel money to the Democrats. It's Zach that old cocaine commercial where the guy's walking around a circle in a tiny little room, and he says I do cocaine so I can work more hours so I can make more money. So I can buy more cocaine. Yes, it becomes a cycle like that, And that's what the Democrats and the unions and the corruption and the money. That's it's kind of the same sort of thing. But that that big bill which the media is just press CNN was slathering all over it today, boy, are they excited about this bill, and it's the Biden relief bill, and they're very excited. He's not going to put his name on the checks because you know, Trump put his name on the checks when relief checks went out. Whatever these checks are, you know something. You're getting apparently upto $50,000.50,000 dollars. It's 1.91 point $9 trillion. I did a little math. I went to my Bomar calculator today because the numbers were too big toe. Use my pen and paper and the numbers are really quite striking. If you take the number $1.9 Trillion.1.9 trillion dollars, Right and you divide it by the number of Americans that there are 330 million Americans, 330 million Americans. And if you just do the do the math on that. On. Break it down. I know I read it down here. Where is the good stuff? They it comes out to $5700 per person is not right, Michael. You did the Do the math on this, too. It comes out to $5700 per person, man, woman and child, not taxpayers, but $5700 per man, woman and child in the United States to pay for this 1.9. Trillion dollars. This $1.9 trillion think And the news media is fine with that, because they don't really do news. That's not something I do $5007 per American. That's a $91.9 trillion.330 million Americans. You can do the math yourself if you'd like. And I just I'm marveling at this. This giveaway. There's cash giveaway that the That the Democrats have in store for us here. It's Bizerte. Can I just say that? It's completely berserk? Because it is and trillion trillion dollars? You know, $1 trillion used to be a lot of money. That's the update The old adage in Washington a billion here a billion there Pretty soon you're talking about real money. People been laughing about that for years Now we're at a trillion here a trillion there Pretty soon you're talking about real money. Yes, The country already has $28 trillion in debt. $28 trillion in debt. You know, we're becoming Venezuela because the left is choking us and the you know also, Yeah, I got to grab my Washington post because today there is a crazy story in the Washington Post that federal agencies are bracing for the inflow of money, the influx of money they say they're going to choke. The federal bureaucracy is going to choke. The departments and agencies will choke on the amount of money coming their way. There's so much money that they don't know what to do with it. So $1.9 Trillion By the way, there's still almost a trillion dollars sitting around that hasn't even been dispensed dispersed yet. From the last big bailout or whatever. We're calling them but the $1.9 trillion.5700 dollars per man, Women shout, So if you're a man and a wife with two Children Multiply that by four for your household, right? And that's what 2070 you know $78,000 for your household. That's that's how much it's going to cost you or your Children. That's how much the Democrats they're putting on the tab, right And that's that's really an extreme amount of money. It's completely crazy. I did the math on this because I like to do math and my big calculator here on them on the iPad, the iPad and Your iPhone also has this extraordinary calculator use his government numbers. You can get government numbers in there in the trillions and things and if we were to pay off, I like doing this from time to time. You know, if dollars were seconds if seconds were dollars. Because one trillion now one million seconds is about 11.5 days. One trillion seconds is 31,000 years. 31,709 years to be precise. And now that's one trillion seconds 31 thing. They're going to pay it off. $1 2nd. We're not paying it off. We're still adding to the tab here If we're to start peeling off $1 bills $1231 2nd and we were to pay off the debt. It would take us 887,000 years. Hey, guys. Put $1 a second if we started paying down the debt pay off $1 million in 11.5 days and to pay off the national debt 887,853 years, according to my calculations on the Bomar calculator. And s. So that's you know, we're coming up pond on a million years 887,000 years Jesus Christ to Rome to the Earth 2021 years ago. And now we're to pay off the national debt. 887,852.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:15 min | 8 months ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Light snow in high of 20. Now. Madison. It's 25 degrees 29 in Green Bay blocking shots. 30 in Milwaukee. It's 33 degrees here, the latest news here But when you can't listen, get all the details on stories you might have missed at WTMJ calm. I'm Tony Braddock, NewsRadio, wtmj. And nothing would be college. Very good Sunday morning to you. We are going to be here for the next couple of hours of the Sunday morning edition of Wisconsin weekend morning news. Tony will be with us throughout the morning. Old piece. Can't great topic this morning in about an hour. We'll tell you about that. And just a couple of minutes, But first, let's say good morning to our producer. Isaac, Mark or Good Morning. Good morning, Libby. How are you? Well, it is Sunday, December 20th of 2020 You like that? 12 2020 20. That was very amusing to me When I was typing my information up for today to get something that you know you might want to go play a lot of remembers something. But anyway, not that I'm not that I'm recommending Camp family, But we're celebrating a couple of different days today, including mud day. And do you have any idea what that refers to My guess would be mud. No, it is because the is the birthday of Samuel Mudd. And he was the physician who set John Wilkes Booth leg. After the assassination of President Lincoln. His name is mud, but yeah, thank you. I'll get glad you put it that way. It's also and I think this is a happier thing to celebrate its national sangria Day. Okay, I can get behind that didn't drink to that. All right? And this day in history, December 20th and 16 99 Peter, the great ordered the Russian New Year be changed on September 1st two January, 1st in boy was sure happy did that cause otherwise what we do on New Year's Eve in 18 03. The Senate ratified the treaty that included the Louisiana territories from France. What they pay for it $15 million. Now that was the deal. Certainly of the millennial in 18 60, South Carolina became the first state to secede from the union. In 18 64. Confederate Forces evacuated Savannah as Union General William T. Sherman continued his march to the sea. Then in 1938 on this day, it was Vladimir Hasmah is work. Ian, who patented the ion a scope television system, and without that, you wouldn't have what you would have dizzy plus an HBO Max. What would I do with all my free time In 1946 On this day, the thank Frank Capra film. It's a wonderful life had a preview showing at the Globe Theater in New York City. That was the day before it's official. Premiere, and certainly it's become a holiday staple. Since on this day in 1954, Buick signed Jackie Gleason Toe one of the largest contracts ever entered into with an entertainer. He agreed Jackie Gleason and I don't Do You know who Jackie Gleason was? I know the name never met the man. Well, he while obviously he's been gone a long time, but the Honeymooners Certainly in the great movie the Hustler. He was one of stars of that, but he was huge on television. He's a big man, so he was huge and more with it's a long one. Big man on TV, and it was with that deal where he agreed to produce 78 half our show's over two year period for over $6 million. That would be the Honeymooners. In 1963. The Berlin Wall was opened for the first time the West Berliners, but it was only for the holiday season. They closed it again on January 6 of 1964 in 1989, General Noriega. The dictator Panama was overthrown by invasion forces led by the U. S. And it was known as operation Just Cause. Then in 1999, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled gay couples were entitled the same benefits and protections is wedded couples of the opposite sex. And then finally, in 2001, the Unite the Congress passed a $20 billion package to finance the war against terrorism in Afghanistan. And of course, that In many ways is still occurring. Well, if you were born on December, 20 if you share your birthday with his, we said earlier, Samuel Mudd. The doctor who said John Wilkes Booth leg on. Also, Harvey Firestone, who was the founder of the Firestone tire and rubber Company was born on this day, as was Bobby Colombia. Who is he? Well, he played with blood, sweat and tears swelling. Quite a few athletes were born on this day, including basketball player Dick gives hockey player Bill Clement and baseball players Oscar game. Sample and see. So Cooper also born on this day, the drummer from Kiss Peter Criss.

"samuel mudd" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on WTOP

"Tell us your story and we'll see you on the virtual race course It's 3 38 traffic and weather on the AIDS. Let's get back to with Dave Tilden in the W T o P traffic, simple yet and with some rain showers. Kind of drifting over the Beltway between Green Belt in college park paste traffic is slower. Now the only spinout reported near the built way over the last hour, though, involved a car that didn't quite get there in Virginia on the north bound, ran from the BW Parkway to the interlude took the turn too fast and landed in the brush on the left side of the ramp, where the total comes to winch it out of the dish. They may have to hold traffic. But for now, the ramp from the North bound George Washington Parkway, the interlude is open on the Baltimore Washington Parkway, South bound, ramped Kenna Worth Avenue in D. C to 95 Crash route 50. Till backing up traffic to 70 North bound slow and stretches between Clarksburg Frederick. No mishaps reported on to 70 east of Waldorf and matter, Woman being Town Road Poplar Hill Road remains closed near Dr Samuel Mudd Road That was a crash from several hours ago in Virginia on the outer loop toward the Wilson Bridge had one crowding the left side of the local lanes beyond Route one Alexandria, But All through. Local lanes are open. 3 95 95 slow and stretches toward landmark toward the AKA Kwan and maybe a times through Stafford County. Just volume delays 66 westbound Residual e slow in Manassas, the Broken down vehicle near business, 2 34. Suddenly, road is now long gone. Help fight. Keep your favorite places open and keep your favorite people healthy. Wear a mask and stay 6 ft. Apart. Fight the surge on Lee. You can keep Maryland open for businesses message brought to you by the state of Maryland. Dave Tilden. W T o p traffic. Let's see what's up with this weather. Here's Lauren Rickets, Lau humid and warm today temperatures right around 80 degrees for daytime highs. Today We continue to see.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on WTOP

"Whether the AIDS some let's check in with the building in the GOP traffics, and we've definitely got traffic and weather together. It's raining on the pavement is more slippery, and we have a few more crashes to talk about in the usual spot. North bound George Washington Parkway, the ramp to the interlude. One hit the deck off the road on the left side in the bushes, and the left side of the ramp is blocked. The ramp is still open watching emerges on it off the highways and parkways with the slick payment and more rain showers. Pivoting in 66 westbound your business to 34 Manassas have one stopped in the right lane. Apparently disabled 95 3 95 nothing blocking the way between the Pentagon. Bianca Kwan in the rapid headache will go to Maryland to spin out was North bound on to 70 beginning of the local lanes before Montrose Road that was on the left side, not causing much of a delay, though. Main lanes air open Main lane slowest traffic as usual past 1 21 Clarksburg again heavy passed 80, or ban on inter loop slow traffic on the wet pavement from old Georgetown Road towards Silver Spring and in Stretches of slow traffic between Greenbelt Land over South down Baltimore Washington Parkway. The crash is off the south End of the parkway on Kenna Worth Avenue near Route 50, likely blocking the right side and outside of Waldorf. Charles County authorities tell us that it is popular Hill Road that is blocked just west of Dr Samuel Mudd Road, and that is the result of a crash. About blocking Poplar Hill Road both ways Route 50 no spinouts, wet pavement at times, but no delays reported between the Beltway and the Bay Bridge and Traffic is moving well on 95 between the Beltway's Baltimore Washington Parkway north of the capital Beltway. Only routine volume delays to slow the pace. Theater systems makes software to solve your most critical interoperability, scale ability and speed problem. See what the industry analysts are saying it it er systems that dot com slash analyst Dave Tilden w T o P traffic to Lauren Ricketts for the forecast. Those clowns are not going anywhere just quite yet in the humidity is not going anywhere. Either. Rain showers will continue to push into the region from a little disturbance.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"He's been described as thief a swindler and a con man though he prefers to think of himself as an entrepreneur. He sold illegal booze rounded out his criminal comrades drugged women men in order to sell them as wives to lonely settlers. tried to sell military secrets committed patent fraud and fraudulently took over a valuable mine. His name is mud. Harry mudd my name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Today's topic was chosen by our supporters at Patriotair Dot com slash. Your brain on facts who get to vote on one episode topic each month. It's my distinct pleasure to say that the member ranks have recently recently grown again. Thanks to the addition of our newest patron Mackenzie. They join our other recent editions. Like Michael and Earth's Fo in helping defray the costs of putting on the podcast in exchange for exclusive swag voting rights and bonus content. That is never used on the main feet so today. We're talking talking about mud. This ubiquitous combination of water and dirt is useful for science employed in health and beauty a little known component of professional sports. And it's even eaten to say someone's name Mutt is to me that they are lowly. We're that they are in trouble of their own making usually usually through some form of idiocy. There's an old story that the expression derives from doctor. Samuel mudd with two DS who unwisely took pity on John in Wilkes booth. President Abraham Lincoln's assassin mud treated booths broken ankle that he suffered when leaping to the stage of Ford's theatre for the doctors troubles. He was sentenced to life in federal prison like many interesting historical stories. This one is not true. The phrase first appeared in print in in eighteen twenty forty five years before Lincoln's assassination it probably originated in another obscure of English Slang. Mud was an eighteenth century Sri equivalent of Dope dolt idiot and was used through the nineteenth century by union workers equivalent to scab or a strike breaker drinker. Let's start with Gio Fiji. The scientific term for eating dirt or mud or earth on the island nation of Haiti cookies. Made of mud are eaten and while they are tradition. They're not really eaten by choice. The mud helps to fill up the stomachs of the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere especially for the people in areas like the slum of city so lay yellow dirt from the central Plateau of the island is mixed with salt and vegetable shortening spread into discs and allowed to dry in the sun. The mud has long been prized by pregnant women who believe it to be an antacid and an important source of calcium though there is no science tobacco up even before the devastating twenty ten earthquake. Many Haitians lived in what is is called food insecurity a phrase that really under sells the condition being an island it imports much of its food and increased east prices of basic ingredients or the petroleum needed to get them there means. Less food is available at higher prices. Eighty percent of people in Haiti. We live on less than two dollars a day. So if two cups of rice costs seventy cents but a mud. Cookie is only five cents the choice. If unpleasant doesn't is obvious. The mud cookies are not only food in the slums but an important part of their economy for some people making and selling them is their only only source of income. Dirt is trucked in from the central town of Hinchey to the markets where women and it's exclusively women who make the cookies by bags except for five dollars a bag. Sometimes on credit in the nearby slums and shanty towns the dirt is sifted to remove clumps and rocks than mixed who's shortening in salt. It's spread in circles on sheets dry in the sun sometimes next to open sewers if it rains where if the scorching son ducks behind the clouds. The cookies can't dry and the women end up owing money that they don't have the finished. Cookies are carried in buckets to markets or sold. Hold on the street. There is said to have a smooth consistency though they suck all the moisture out of your mouth and the taste of dirt will linger for hours. But you're not as hungry so you've got that going for you. Assessments of the health effects are mixed. The dirt can contain deadly parasites or toxins. John's but it could also strengthened the immunity of fetuses in the womb. To certain diseases says Gerald Callahan Immunology Professor at Colorado State University. In the best case scenario these mud cookies will bolster the weak immune system of patients. Who wouldn't otherwise have access to medication at at worst eating soil could make someone even sicker than they already are? Since the water used to make the cookies as often contaminated eating dirt is also really hard. Hard on the enamel of your teeth. So how did Haiti get the ignominious title of poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. It was the first Caribbean nation nation to throw off the literal shackles of the Atlantic slave trade and most neighboring island nations are doing okay for themselves. In the eighteenth century Haiti was was a French colony with many slaves and a few wealthy white plantation owners that uneven distribution of wealth has continued to the present day making key matters worse when France vacated the country in eighteen o four they insisted on being repaid for the value of the slaves. They had lost and Haiti. Paid it though. It took them a hundred and forty three years meddling from foreign governments cough and a succession of corrupt and inept homegrown. Homegrown governments hasn't helped anything. Then there's the worsening hurricane seasons brought on by Climate Change With Twenty sixteens Hurricane Matthew Destroying Ninety Ninety percents of homes in some areas. There is never a bad time to send help to the people of Haiti which you can do through charities like feed the children and food for the poor four but you don't have to be facing Haitian levels of poverty eat dirt closer to home in southern states of the. US people have been eating particular. Take your kind of clay soil for generations. White dirt as it sometimes called is actually a soft chalky. Clay called Kaelin. It's widely used to make porcelain paper. Cosmetics and paint the mineral Kayla night is one of the most common in the world and the best known deposits are in the southeastern. US A shopping center in Sanders. Ville Georgia is known as the Kaelin capital of the world. Mom and pop stores and flea markets sell the dirt in Little Ziplock walk backs. They're labeled as novelty items but everybody knows what their four seeing those bags. What piques the interest of documentary filmmaker Atom Adam Forrester? Whether they tell you not says Forrester people are eating it he. I came across the package Klay in his hometown of Columbus this Georgia and his documentary. Eat White dirt takes a closer look at this strange under the radar practice. Eating dirt has a unique history history. There's evidence that our ancestors were eating dirt at least two million years ago when Homo Sapiens were still homo. habilis according to Nutritional Shenley anthopologists Sarah Young at Cornell University. It's thought that slaves introduced the practice to the US but this Gio Fiji was practiced independently among native eight of American populations long before the arrival of Europeans eating dirt can be a component of disorder known as Pica in which people compulsively simply crave things. That aren't food for more examples. Watch any randomly selected episode of the. TLC Show my strange addiction. You will inevitably see. He's someone eating or drinking something that has never appeared as an ingredient nanny. Cookbook ever things like drywall. Cat Hair toilet paper and Scotch tape young founded her research that while both men and women ate the white dirt. Only women seem to actually crave it but why that's the million dollar question says young and the most common response is. I don't know I just do. There are some theories Claes known to act as a natural filter. That's why it's used to clean up oil spills and absorb the week of the cat. Litter box young says it may have a similar effect in the the human body acting as a mud mask for the gut it binds to all these harmful chemicals and exits the body before entering your bloodstream. Bear in mind signed. There haven't been any clinical trials using clay as an antidote poison. And if you're looking for the next big thing to detoxify let me politely remind mind you that that's what your liver and kidneys are for cleese ability to bind harmful substances. Might explain why pregnant women suffered the most intense PICA PICA cravings the immune system is slightly suppressed during pregnancy.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Scale of these since September four million hectares of land have been burnt in these fires that's three times the amount of land that was back to the Amazon rain forest fires it's still very early in the season as well the the season normally goes until may even so there are months more of this and or in the last twenty four hours every single state in Australia has had temperatures forty two grace and sadly wearing another volunteer firefighter has been killed yeah a very sad story and the circumstances of his death really give you any insight into just how ferocious these files are it was a twenty eight year old volunteer who was actually working on one of the very heavy trucks wait ten tons he was close to the fire and as you heard before these far as a sort of being there actually developing the right way the systems what developed around him was what's being called a fire tornado the winds was sort of powerful actually picked up this truck tipped over landed on its roof and he was crushed to death this is somebody who lived in the local community he was a volunteer to very recently people like these weren't being paid well the Australian prime minister Scott Morrison has paid tribute to the volunteers Samuel Mudd poll last night was a particularly bad not as we lost in another rule far service volunteer Samick poll from the Mormon bro far service break I'd who's attending a far some seventy kilometers outside of old bridge where he lost his life in a terrible incident three out of rival antes were also injured in attending to that file I spoke to Megan his wife the sporting extended morning Ginny's deepest sympathies and condolences for her terrible loss seven million were expecting their first child next year it's absolutely heartbreaking Australian prime minister Scott Morrison prosecutors in the US of followed hate crime charges against the man accused of stabbing five Jewish people going ahead of the celebration in New York state on Saturday they say documents kept by Grafton Thomas reference **** ideology David Willis reports prosecutors say they found handwritten journals belonging to Grafton Thomas that contains references to Adolf Hitler and other aspects of **** culture including a page that contained a drawing of a swastika they say is internet history also included repeated searches for such things as why did Hitler.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Behind me and kind of caught it actually in the reflection of the camera or the police vehicles behind us. And so on our and a half that's been blocked off in a shooting involving a man in his thirties. And then apparently vehicle escaped this, according to reports from the sometimes Tribune reporters coming westbound on Wacker. In fact, I told Dan long he's looking into it get looking if we could roll back the tape. I don't know what we are able to do here with our cameras facing that direction. But obviously that might be something that they would. No. But it's a lotta shootings overnight. Sad news. But obviously, Dave you'll be keeping us abreast of that. But for now, why don't we talk a little history. This is history and talking to you know, the the Lincoln assassination was in April. It wasn't this week. But there is something related to this that. John Wilkes booth died killed when union soldiers tracked him down Vincent Virginia farm, twelve days after he assassinated, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. I know about the I knew all about Kennedy's assassination and Jack ruby shooting Lee Harvey. I guess I didn't know what happened to John Wilkes tracked down and kind of burn them out. Really? He'd been injured in the leg. Got worse. You know, as he broke his ankle or broke his leg when he jumped on off the stage at Ford's theatre and never really was healing properly and probably got an infection of some sort. So by the time they found him holed up in a barn somewhere. They they they apparently set fire to the building to hit them out out. Yeah. And they either shot him or he died of smoke it Alasia, right or something like that. But that was the end of that also forgotten that thought he was going to be a big hero. Yeah. Right. And he thought. He would be welcomed it with warm arms. Right. Right. And he was in the south in Virginia, which would be territory that would know new Lincoln fans down there for the most part. But obviously the war had just ended. So all back in the union that point just and just ended and not only that this was lost. This is part of a broader scheme. This was supposed to be a hostile takeover of the government on many levels, a multifaceted destination president cabinet members. Yes. Do you think that succeeded Lincoln was the only ones that die? I believe from that attempts stabbed cabinet member. Yes. Stabbed in. And then later recovered. I think Seward. Yeah. I believe so. And then of course, there's the whole history of the doctor who set the leg Samuel Mudd later pardoned. But was Charles people? Several people were tried for conspiracy, including a woman and hanged. Really? Oh, yes. Skulk for conspiracy to commit resident. Yeah. Well, good. But here's a very gruesome picture all really the hanging. Yeah. Yeah. The whole Lincoln. I know that you're a student of Lincoln, and you studied that a lot and are very fascinated. The president, I know less about I should know more. Because of course, annoy born in Kentucky spend a lot time in Illinois. But get the assassination is also incredible. I don't mean to keep on going back. But I guess that is what I've heard correct me if I'm wrong, but since he was a John Wilkes booth an actor who frequented obviously fourteen or the the play was called an American more. America's any new the last one he knew he knew the lines that we're going to get big laughs might have been in production before he probably knew everybody in the cast. Okay. So we waited for phone when the big laugh was going to come and it did and that would stifle or mask the sound of the shot, and it I guess it kind of did people didn't really realize happen. Jammed door righty jam the door that would add that security guard walked away. Away. Just a few moments before it happened. It's amazing the little twists and turns of history can change everything in this is totally off topic. But you think of the Kennedy assassination right changing, the router Lee Harvey job route that you may think of that that might have precipitated World War One of the Echerer of the Austro-Hungarian empire was in a parade and the driver made a wrong turn and just happened to be along the line where they were going to France for you know. Gonna be anarchists. Yes, we're were there to shoot and did killing in Syria, then treaty after treaty after treaty. Got everyone involved. All right. So the Easter egg roll is actually on Monday, some facts it was introduced back in eighteen seventy and the White House. Yes, it was originally on the grounds of the US capital by the mid eighteen seventies the egg roll in activities on the west harasses had gained notoriety as the children turned the capitol grounds into their Easter Monday playground. The first egg rolls that makes me hungry the first hang Royster role. Yes. Not right. Not I was just thinking what grub working to get an Easter. Egg roll at four forty four in the morning on Easter sun Easter Sunday that would truly be an Easter egg. Roll when Brian Noonan was doing the overnight. Here. He got he had some guys that came in the insomniacs or something always come in with food date came in with some with some food was Asian food. That was amazed on you all to find the tape queue that up because I'm not ninety two Meg roles, but they used to be a largely family affair some were held during the administration of president Andrew Johnson. Probably the only legacy that he has. Engagement or his impeachment near removed from office was another one. That was. Yeah. Was a good sandwich between some really cruddy piece of bread. That was not good fifteen sixteen seventeen fifteen and seventeen that great van Dave knows a lot about this eggrolls history. But anyways, they do it still in the White House lawn. Of course, a Malania Trump will host it tomorrow. The one hundred forty I one on the south lawn of the White House and your politics. Nice to see them doing. Exactly. Yeah. Homeboy this connects to another president nineteen fifty four polio vaccine trials began a few disease, of course, frightened patients and parents more than in the early parts of the twentieth century. Then polio it, of course, Franklin Delano Roosevelt contracted campobello island in nineteen early nineteen twenties. Yeah. Although I gotta say I'm watching the Royal documentary again. I don't know why the PBS I've watched it so many times. So they talking about infantile paralysis polio. I didn't realize that there's actually a little controversy about whether FDR head polio or not that some modern doctors. Now believe that he had a different disease that that European doctors were more aware of in the nineteen twenties that American doctors were not on their studies that it's very similar disease, but it has a similar paralysis applications, but that Franklin did not in fact contract polio during the break a look up exactly what the name of. It was just it today. That's always been what everyone thought sibling considering the fact that that was a real scourge of time he was an adult when he acquired it whether it was polio, or the, you know, the other GB Julian Bari since syndrome, which I've heard. Oh, yes. John. Barr syndrome. That's a French name. Maybe he was an adult when he contracted this. Right. Normally it was contracted by children. You know, my aunt had polio. Really? Yes. Now, did I know I've seen iron lungs and seeing what they are that every patient who ever got that. Don't do that. No, only if you through the number chest wherever the virus struck, and whatever was affected by it. My aunt was unable to walk without a brace and crutches as an insult to this. But yeah, think of life in an iron lung, I can't imagine. And I actually read an interest in articles just a couple of weeks ago of one of the last people that still lives in an iron lung in his nineties, just a different different life that gives you can I guess they can get you out for just for a little a little time. We don't think about the fact that our muscles in our chest are helping us breathe. Yes. It's it's it is crazy. And when those muscles don't work, you don't breath nowadays were inundated by stories about vaccines. And sure sure misconceptions about those just gosh, we're so lucky in his day and age to have these things readily available to us, and you just can't even picture, but parents the fear in parents when this was breaking out and just what a modern marvel of medicine that we live in a time where polio vaccine exists in my generation was the first who receive. The successful vaccine of polio. And I mean almost completely eradicated almost. But you know, John, I saw a story where it's it's starting to show up again in some very, very impoverished classes. Really? Yeah. You know, so it's not dead dead dead that right, right? Let's do whatever the fact that you know, there's there's no medicine or or vaccines road accident. Yeah. We're access to it. Right. We're gonna take a quick commercial break then continue with this assistant. We also got Walter Jacobson's perspective coming up here in a moment. WGN the.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"And so sought the services of doctor Samuel Mudd who lived in Maryland booth and Herold long to flee to the relative safety of the southern states. But as more time passed booths injured, leg swelled, even more and travel became impossible. Ultimately, he spent five days recuperating at mud's home. Meanwhile, Stanton's investigation continued he had identified John Wilkes booth as the assassin mere hours after booth shot Lincoln and after searching booths rented rooms and questioning his known acquaintances Stanton soon began to identify arrest co-conspirators three days after Lincoln's death Stanton's investigators arrested the first of booths consp-. Spiritus Edmund Spangler who had watched boosts horse outside Ford's theatre a few hours later more conspirators where identified and arrested by the end of the day on April seventeenth, investigators identified Powell as Seward's would be assassin and found him at Mary Surat's tavern. Both Lewis Powell and Mary Surat were arrested George at Surat wasn't arrested until April nineteenth. He'd raised. A spin by asking the bartender about the vice president's whereabouts on the night of the assassination and searches of his rooms revealed his connection booth. He was the last of boots conspirators to be arrested except for booth and Herold who are still recovering in mud's home. By this time booth was one of the most wanted men in the United States and he couldn't risk traveling by day on the night of the twentieth. Just six days after Lincoln's assassination boost still suffered from his broken leg. But was unwilling to wait any longer. He in herald left mud's home boost contact Thomas Jones ferried the pair across the Potomac river, even in the formerly confederates data Virginia, however, Lincoln's killers weren't safe Stanton's manhunt was growing closer with every day and even with southern allies booth and Herold couldn't escape Justice once across the Potomac booth and Herold metaphor named Richard h Garrett. They lied pretending to be injured confederate soldiers and garett allowed the two men to rest and recover in his home. When a tip reached in that the assassin had crossed the Potomac stay. Authorized a search party led by Colonel conger to trail them into Virginia. Meanwhile, GARRETT'S oldest son. Jack Garrett grew increasingly suspicious of the so-called injured. Soldiers staying in their home, Jack asked booth and Herold to move out of his home and into the barn in order to protect his father, and the Pero Blige d- congress party now had multiple witnesses who are able to pinpoint booth and heralds location on April twenty six eighteen sixty five conger met Jack Garrett who led them straight to the barn? Where booth was hiding congressman surrounded the barn and demanded booth surrender booth refused herald stood near enough to the Barnes entrance that investigators were able to seize an arrest him booth. However was too far inside to reach safely booth was armed at investigators feared that following booth into the barn would result in dangerous firefight. Instead. They tried to negotiate with them to turn himself in when booth refused to surrender peacefully his pursuers that the barn on fire with booth still inside in spite of orders to take booth alive. One of congressman Boston Corbett fired on booth. He claimed that he'd shot booth out of fear that booth was going to attack a member of his own regiment. He would later say, quote, I waited till I was satisfied his purpose was to use his arms to try and fight his way out of the door that herald just been taken out of I then fired on him. It seemed to me that God had directed it. And quote, the wound would prove fatal, but not immediately investigators pulled booth from the burning barn, but he was too injured for questioning his last words were quote, tell my mother die for my country, and quote, no one could ever ask him if he was. Working under orders when he killed Lincoln the remainder of boosts conspirators were arrested and tried four would be sentenced to prison doctor Samuel Mudd who had treated boosts broken leg and Edmund Spangler who had watched booths horse along with two other conspirators Samuel Arnold and Michael o'laughlin who had helped plot Lincoln's kidnapping, another four were hanged in July, including David Herold, George at Surat who had failed to kill vice president Johnson and Lewis Powell who had attempted to murder secretary of state Seward and injured many in his household. The government also hanged, Mary, sir..

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Have to do with this assignation of ABRAHAM LINCOLN on my favorite stories and all of American history. Lost incredible stories, his ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Assassinated, and we all know the story John Wilkes booth jumps from the balcony screams out and history's obliterated in that moment. Right. Lose one of our greatest presidents that we've ever had and in that moment, John Wilkes booth goes on the Ronnie breaks his leg in that junk. He's on the run he gets out of Washington, but he needs that late treated, right? You need medical help. And he rents to Maryland, that's his escape plan. And he winds up in the home of Dr Samuel Mudd, and Dr mud in that moment is a doctor. He says listen guy came he was sick. I need. I need my help I'm gonna help on. But when you find out later is that it wasn't just Random House, Dr mud and John Wilkes booth meet that night, and there's proof that they meant not just once, but maybe twice before and modest quickly implicated along with seven other co conspirators as being one of the people who's responsible for the death of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. So they go by the story this thirty one year old with four kids. Wife, Sarah, I'm innocent. I'm just doing my job. They put him in jail. And this is where he thought he was spend the rest of his day. And here's the great part of the story. Here's what happens. So for the co conspirators, including Mary, sir app are all brought all eight of them are brought to what is now four nickname near in Washington DC and on that four on. What is now? The tennis courts are used to be what it was really a gallows, and they brought the co conspirators to the gallows four washed and four of them got into the nooses and an army, captain clap his hand three times. And on the third clap. The army people kicked out the chairs that were underneath them and four people hung, including Mary, Sarah, the first woman ever executed in American history. I our government and one of the last words that has says before he dies as may we meet, I'm paraphrase. But may we meet in another world. And now you have Dr mud and three other co-conspirators watching and they see exactly what happens when you go after ABRAHAM LINCOLN, and they get to three of them get light sentences a couple another one gets six years. And they think they're going to a prison that's supposed to be in Albany, New York and in the middle of the night. Okay. We're in prison. It's going to be a life sentence in the middle of the night there pulled from their jail cells instead of going north Albany from Washington DC. Hey start getting Sal. She the land the same way we came down here to see the land on their right hand side. And so the left hand side now, wait a minute. Why are we going south? Now, the keep going south. Hey, pass Florida, a password the keys and they had a factory here. And now we are standing in a place where on that night. All those years ago hasn't says memory of doctor Samuel Mudd. This is one of the two cells on Jefferson where he is supposed to spend his final days. He writes, it the bugs allowed no rest that the food is absolutely terrible. And even though he tried to escape once things got actually worse after he tried to escape he thinks it's a life sentence. We will his wife is always maintains her innocence and his lobbying president Johnson to let her husband go. And then what happens that resulted in this plaque given up put up July twenty fourth eighteen sixty five. So yeah, it's amazing art so yes, again tries to escape trusted. There's a African American unit army unit that's down here. He tries to sneak aboard their boat. They catch them. And then they put him here. This is the real punishment. This is look around this. This was not sectioned off is a big place. There were a lot of them and you were in this kind of tiny corner. And in fact, it was so bad in here. Just to pointed out, you can see out through here through one of the windows is the moat all the trees and the entire fort empty right here. That means all the and all the urine is coming right outside is when. Horrible horrible place to be in the middle of buggy middle of nowhere. He got the smell going is the end of your life. What happens? So this is what happens is an outbreak of yellow fever, and for the nurses die and one of the doctors is dead. And now there's way to treat anybody and his name as you see on the side doesn't say Mr. mud. It says Dr. Bringing out of a cell, and they say we need your help and he jumps to the rescue. And he is the one who start saving people. He doesn't amazing ways. You know? He he demands immediately. I want fresh sheets. I.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This have to do with this assignation of ABRAHAM LINCOLN on favorite stories in all of American history? Lost incredible stories is a rambling is assassinated. And we all know the story John Wilkes booth jumps from the balcony screams out and. News, one of our greatest presidents we've ever had and in that moment, John Wilkes booth goes on the he breaks his leg in that John. He's on the run he gets out of Washington. But he needs that treated, right? You need medical help. And he rents to Maryland, that's his escape plan. And he winds up in the home of Dr Samuel, and Dr Mudan mummies a doctor. He says listen guy came he was sick. I need. I need my help I'm going to help them. But when you find out later is that it wasn't just Random House, Dr muddy and John Wilkes booth that night, and there's proof that not just once maybe twice before and modest quickly implicated along with seven other co-conspirators as being one of the people responsible for the death of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. So they don't buy the story is thirty one year old with four kids. Wife, Sarah, I'm innocent. I'm just doing my job. They put him in jail. And this is where he thought he was spend the rest of his day. And here's the great part of the story. Here's what happens. So for the co conspirators, including Mary, sir app are all brought all eight of them are brought to what is now four nicknamed in Washington DC and on that on what is now. The tennis courts are used to be what it was really a gallows, and they brought the co conspirators to the gallows four watched and forum got into the nooses and an army captain clap his hand three times. And on the third clap. The army people kicked out the chairs were underneath them and four people hung, including Mary, Sarah, the first woman ever executed in American history. And one of the last words that rod says before he dies, as may, we meet them Arabic. But may we meet in another world. And now you have Dr mud and three other co-conspirators watching it. And they see exactly what happens when you go after ABRAHAM LINCOLN, and they get to three of them. Get licenses a couple of another one gets six years, and they think they're going to prison that's supposed to be in Albany, New York. And in the middle of the night. Prison is going to be a life sentence in the middle of the night there pulled from their jail cells instead of going north Albany from Washington DC, they start eating style. See the land the same way we came down. Here you see the land on their right inside. And so left hand side. And I'm like, wait a minute. What are we going south? Now, they keep going south. Hey, pass Florida, a password the keys. Here. And now we are standing in the place where on that night. All those years ago hasn't says memory of doctor Samuel Mudd. This is one of the two cells on Jefferson is supposed to spend his final days. He writes, it the bugs allowed no rest that the food is actually terrible. And even though he tried to escape once things got actually worse after he tried to escape he thinks it's like sense we lost. His wife is always maintains her innocence and his lobbying president Johnson to let her husband go. And then what happens that resulted in this plaque give put up July twenty fourth eighteen sixty five. So yeah, it's amazing art so yes, again tries to escape tries to African American unit. Army unit that's down here. He tries to sneak aboard the wrote the catch him, and then they put him here. This is the real punishment. This is look around. Right. This is the this was not sectioned off is a big place. There were a lot of them and you were in this kind of tiny corner. And in fact, it was so bad in here. Just to point out you can see out through here through one of the windows is the most. All the trees and the entire fort empty right here. That means all the all the urine is coming right outside is when horrible horrible place to be in the middle of buggy middle of nowhere. Got the smell going on to your life. Practiced what happens. So this is what happens is an outbreak of yellow fever, and for the nurses die and one of the doctors is dead. And now, there's nobody to treat anybody and his name is you see on the sign doesn't say Mr. mud says Dr MMA bring him out of his cell, and they say we need your help and he jumps to the rescue. And he is the one who start saving people, and he doesn't amazing ways. You know? He he demands mealy I want fresh sheets. I wanna make sure that we you know, when someone dies he's to someone who died, and they were literally just put the next the next person was sick right in the same bed. Guess what? It doesn't spread yellow fever. And instead what you saw Dr mud. Do was he figured out how to contain it? He made sure that if you were sick you went to a different island. So it's Dr money's not only helping he takes total control as a prisoner of this sport. And he starts treating hundreds of cases of yellow fever. And he's having success so much success. The words gets back to Washington. Yeah. So on this island. He's a great villain. He becomes the great hero. He transforms. That's what the silent is. It's an island their transfer. Information. It's a place where miracles transformed is a place where our way we battled wars would transform way where people were transformed. So he there's a petition signed by hundreds of people saying give this guy. President Johnson you've been lobbied by his wife, Sarah, the three young children. They've always claimed their innocence. You're not buying the innocence. Bidden? And then it results in this. Right. And this is it this is where they say lucky absurd generous and faithful service to humanity. This is one of the men accused of killing Lincoln. And now it says here's the party and written by Andrew Johnson right before he left office, and he's released his life sentences commuted at least four Jefferson is Freeman. He's no different Brian than any of us. Right. We are all a little bit of good and evil on the same body. Just.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Song you and me baby ethin- but mammal anyway, amazing. Josh, I mean, really long live you and spread your wisdom to as many people as possible or knows we could use it there. Greg call Greg call. All right. Let's go to Peter and Illinois. All right, Peter. I it's a tough act to follow. So you've got to up your game that was a pretty impressive call there. Well, when you were talking about the brain dead donors in Massachusetts, you have to remember that these are the same people who after teddy Kennedy left a woman to drown in the bottom of Chappaquiddick, reelected him six times back to the United States Senate. You raise a very important and interesting point. In fact, the only thing that he did get disqualified problem was well, ultimately his presidential bid at that point. You're right. If you could ultimately get away with Chappaquiddick and you still get reelected in Massachusetts. You know, what I defer that is that that is an excellent point, which by the way, the whole thing and the and it's fascinating by the way every now, and then because of the last name people will think that because I'm in broadcasting I directly related to the person who helped break that story one Roger Mudd back then and I am not I am not somewhere in the berry. Outer lying. Our genetics over our pedigree might say there would be some overlap, but actually I am more aligned with infamy there. There is one infamous member of the family that I am directly related to in. That would be doctor Samuel Mudd who baby familiar was one of the co conspirators in the assassination of Lincoln. He was the doctor actually fixed booths leg and end up having a whole kind of interesting Beal where he went to the tried to goes, and that's the story for a different day. But anyway, that is my relation not Roger Mudd who broke Chappaquiddick. Which by the way, it's kind of interesting people thought after that. Oh, Roger must be this Republican guys. Now best I know to this day. He's still a democrat. It's just that. He was doing his job. Imagine that back then you actually had some people in the news business that did their job and got like, you know. Yeah. Kennedy was running against Carter there, captain peanut friendship. That was my nickname for him. I in in Georgia, by the way in from suburban Atlanta. So nickname was always captain Pena, in fact, one of my favorite parodies from many years ago was I remember the mountains and enjoy commercials. Sometimes you feel like a nut bag I kind of had some parodies like that. You know, sometimes you feel like a nut. Sometimes you are one in plenty of Jimmy Carter 'isms you could throw in there. So anyway, just as an aside. But yes that cleared the path for Jimmy Carter to to win the nomination again for the Democrats and get his butt whipped by one Ronald Reagan. So best story lease was happily ever after for the country. Not so heavily ever after a four Massachusetts or for the United States Senate.

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Let down the gate scare them off as opposed to that president Johnson welcome the confederates back into the government with open arms. Alexander Stevens former confederate vice president was pardoned by Johnson, then elected by the Georgia legislature to the Senate Herschel Johnson who had sat in the confederate. Congress was elected to other the other Georgia Senate seat and house representatives Colin battle until recently, confederate general showed up to represent Alabama, William t Wofford Kamei commanded a confederate brigade at Gettysburg, showed up in the George government to of June. Eight representatives had been members of the state secession convention in eighteen sixty one and predictably this restoration of white power was attended by upsurge of mob violence against each life's, you know, you have doubtless heard a great deal of the reconstructed south of their acceptance of the results of the war, wrote a Friedman's bureau agent in South Carolina. This may all be true, but if a man had the list of negroes murdered in single county in this most loyal and Christian state, he would think it a strange way of demonstrating his kindly feelings towards them under Johnson. Basically, everyone who's involved in the confederacy was quickly allowed back into the union government and you can bet they hadn't changed their minds on slavery. Racism, of course wouldn't have changed entirely under Lincoln, but he likely would have done something to prevent this from happening. African Americans badly needed to support in the government in the years, following the civil war, and they didn't really get that with Andrew Johnson. They would have had that with Lincoln, but we'll never know how much Lincoln would've built accomplish because you know some dumb pretty boy actor. Fucked that up before dying. Just outside of a bird. Tobacco barn with those worthless hands of his office. Time for today's top five takeaways. Taking away. Number one, John Wilkes booth was a famous actor from famous acting family. The most famous American acting family. The nineteenth century, you may read about his career being slowed down in the year before he killed Lincoln, but only because he became obsessed with Lincoln and lost interest and actually acting as much as you had before still widely known and admired number two before putting together a plan to kill Lincoln booth, put together plans to kidnap him, which included tiny up lowered in from a balcony to the stage in the dark, which which sounds like something that would have an old time cartoon where moustachioed villain ties a damn. They'll just some train tracks number three, despite breaking his ankle directly after shooting. Lincoln booth got up and actually escaped, and he almost completes gaped. If you hadn't broken his leg, you would have build a, you've been able to ride faster. You know further could have disappeared in the deep south possibly into Mexico beyond after that Ryan Gosling or Ryan Reynolds, Jamie FOX, or somebody you know, tries kill the presence today. They're not. Making it out of the room, whatever room they find the gun in. That's where they were arrested meant crime so much easier in the old days. Number four doctor Samuel Mudd. The man who had set boost broken leg did not have his life fall into ruin. The internet will have belief belief. He was sent to prison, but was pardoned after serving less than five years, and then went right back doctrine and to be no well to do landowner whiskey, laudanum, Saul. If your name is mud, you know that has nothing to do now with doctor Samuel Mudd that phrase a number five new info, crazy store. I've found about what happened to Lincoln's theatre guests tonight night. He got shot that corporal, Henry Rathbone. All right. Remember the guy that boosts slash from shoulder to elbow direct after Lincoln was shot. He and his fiancee. We're in the box, you know, with Lincoln and his wife, Mary Todd, well, his body fully recovered from boost hack. But his mind did not. He blamed himself for failing to stop booth. He he married Clara. The other guests are two years later and to say their marriage didn't have a happy ending would be the understatement of the year rasp. Mind deteriorated to the point that on December twenty. Third eighteen eighty three. He decided to celebrate the holidays by trying to murder his entire family seriously while serving as a US console in Hanover, Germany..

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Other conspirator Mary's son, John Surata void capture fleas, Canada, and Europe eventually is captured two years later in Egypt eighteen sixty seven and then and then put on trial in Maryland for his involvement in Lincoln nation. And he was he was lucky enough to be tried by civilian court. Not a military court. He claimed he knew nothing about the murder plot. Only the kidnapping plot and after two months of testimony, he's released on mistrial when agers voted that he was not guilty enforce guilty. I think you know he benefited from the civilian because there is a lot of southern sympathizers still. So as you'll be tough to convict him by by jury, he lives as a Freeman until the age of seventy two, dine in one thousand nine sixteen doctor Samuel Mudd imprison, seventy miles west of Key, West Florida, and didn't even serve close to life in prison. He was pardoned a few years later in eighteen sixty nine by president Johnson and released. He would die. Many years later eighteen eighty three I guess at that many years but enough years to have some more live data forty, nine hundred twenty two medical practice becoming again, successful landowner. Again. So kind of like life resumes as it was before the war for him. Once he gets out Samuel Arnold. Also pardon in eighteen sixty nine die in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight seven seventy two Michael Laughlin. He didn't make it to the part and he died in the in the in the prison with with mud and Arnold in eighteen sixty seven of a scarlet. There was a scarlet fever outbreak. So what would have happened if Lincoln hadn't been shot? I think that's the big mystery with his assassination. How different would life have been in the years? Following the end of the civil war. We're going to look into that. You know we're gonna look into what some intelligent people think about that. But first, let's look at what some unintelligent people have to say with today's idiots of the internet. Internet. Yes, I watched a documentary in addition to reading articles and having research helped this. This go around to get my head around this tale and in the comments section under the document I watch ABRAHAM LINCOLN assassination documentary slash biography up little by crash course America. I really did like it. I found a troll exchange that just really made me laugh. I just I d love how riled people can get on the web user user carbon-fiber addict posts. I'm glad they shot all Abe and then relishes the hate that comes next Ron McNeil junior, I, how could you say such thing carbon-fiber asks, how do you get so butthurt user Vinnie miss says that really some fucked up thing to say. He was a great Geraldo person. Carbon-fiber attic comes back with crybaby like he's just, he just, you know, poking with a stick. Another user accuses carbon-fiber of giddy mad carbon-fiber then says, I'm not mad. I find it fascinating making people like you reply to me and then Thomas Paine asked lonely much to carbon-fiber replace. No, I'm happy. Why do you get so butter? It's like you're infected with stupid. Dumping Thomas Paine Kelly alone. You just says saying, l. o. l. u. being lonely doesn't make me, but her just kinda sad. And then carbon fibre says, Thomas Paine, what are you talking about? I'm literally at the lake with my son talking to the man next to us LL. It actually seems you are getting frustrated because you can't get a rise out of me and then the little goofy tongue outface or emoticons kind of thing, not getting much action as a lake. That's why checked my notifications smiley face. Thomas Paine says, that's loneliest thing I've ever heard too. It's carbon fibre says, fishing Thomas fences. No, no fishing with your son. Sounds like a cool time. It just weird your to tell me about it. I, I love how this just involving. It's like a weird casual conversation like it starts off like, you know, being angry by the Lincoln comment. And now it's just like no officiant school. I mean, I let you spend time with your son by just I just wonder why you'd have to say the mean thing in verbally. Carbon-fiber says, Thomas Paine, I'm just proving the point that your claim I'm lonely is stupid. You said that strictly because you're butthurt over my joking post, then user access, you seem to have the need to conserve enforce the fact that you're not bought her. You're not lonely in the you're really hap- this happy confident person who lives life..

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Edwin stand takes charge of finding Lincoln's killer. I'm sure standing had some version of fucking told you. So I told you so this exactly why they want you to go to theater alone. Just on repeat in his head. He orders arrested. He made witnesses to be questioned, bridged in the air to be closed. Etc. No one else knew what to do initially. It was an unprecedented situation, something like this. I just never happened in American politics before at eleven thirty pm. John Wilkes booth meeting up with David Herold in the Maryland countryside who while he didn't stick around with, you know, for Powell with the horses, at least you didn't mess up. This part is role. They picked up rivals and a bottle of whiskey from a country and owned by fellow conspirator. Mary Surat head towards Virginia and towards possible escape boosts adrenaline is now starting to fade certain give way to pain from his broken ankle. He knows he needs medical attention and they race to the home of country doctor. They had met prior when they're planning the whole kidnapping escape route. Samuel Mudd. Mud lived about seventeen miles from threats in now due to a lack of moonlight in a light rain that evening to plunge the countryside into total darkness and thick swampy forest conditions booth and Herold didn't actually make it much house until about four AM. Dr. Mud lets them in examines. Booth sets is broken leg. His broken ankle puts into restaurant upstairs bedroom, and there's a common misconception that because he treated boost leg mud's life would be ruined and that he would never be allowed to be doctor again and that you know, he is the origin of the phrase. Your name is mud as in your reputation is ruined. And actually that's a bunch of bullshit. The phrase, if you look into Etima etymological records, I showed up in written record in eighteen twenty three in Britain. So different country over four decades before this doctor Matric booth and also Dr mutt later life after being a cotton connection to booth after getting out of jail or prison would resume a medical practice and actually become a successful landowner again as booths. Left word of what he has accomplished to done spread throughout Washington d. c. n. April fifteenth. The rumor spiraled out of control. People hearing the booth and others had killed multiple politicians. They heard the confederate army was coming into the city, and the war was still on. People were afraid to go to sleep at night. Fearing confederate forces would come and ransack and burn the city to the ground. Inside the Peterson house Lincoln is fading in the early morning, his his breathing's becoming a Radic labored. And then at seven, twenty two April fifteenth. The surgeon general pronounces the president debt secretary of war. Stanton says, now he belongs to the ages, telegraphs reach every major news outlet in the nation early that morning by that evening, the assassinations obviously the headline in every paper in the country and no-one Greaves more than the nation's newly freed African Americans. Many of them fear that the emancipation proclamation would now be revoked, and the slavery could possibly be reinstituted by noon. Vice president. Andrew Johnson has been sworn in as president union soldiers in the last few fields of battle or not. Told of the assassination for several days for fear of retribution against southerners shock and mourning quickly, turn it into rage against the south. Anyone in the north known how southern sympathies are vise to stay indoors with their shutters locked vigilantes surrounded jail in Washington DC demand, the confederate prisoners be released to the angry mob, other angry mob Chopin cities around the nation. Roughly two hundred people are murdered in the streets of various American towns and cities in the few days. Following Lincoln's assassination in moments of rage. John's brother, Edwin booth hires armed guards and stations them size Newark home to protect him, and his family Ed also wrote their sister Asia. Think no more of him as you'll brother. He is dead to us now and as as he soon must be too old world federal agents raid Asia's home, find a manifesto written by John that he'd asked her to keep safe contain stuff like Rydell wrong..

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"samuel mudd" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"samuel mudd" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"And then for a little while after the war actually there was underground confederacy. You know, in in the north there was that was spies double agents around this time twenty one year. Old pal meets John Wilkes booth through a fellow member of the northern confederate underground John Surat Bussau Powell who is six one well built with black hair. Blue eyes is a strong co in his plan to kidnap, Lincoln empowered soon regret ever get involved with booth on any level than Surat. Johnston was born in April. Thirteenth eighteen forty four, Washington DC district. Congress heights. Soon after his father died in eighteen sixty two throughout became postmaster. The small. Maryland towns. Rossville I by family by eighteen sixty throughout was working. Confederate secret agent carrying messages to confederate boats in the Potomac river sending messages to about union troop movements in Washington in Washington area, south to Richmond and a man who enter our tale here. Soon. Doctor Samuel Mudd doc mud introduced John Surat to John Wilkes booth on December twenty. Third eighteen sixty four in Washington DC and then twenty one year olds. Raw joining conspiracy to abduct president Lincoln eighteen sixty five. There was also thirty year old George as Rott born in Germany, June twelfth, eighteen thirty five. Georgia immigrated to the US in eighteen forty three. And if this was so some sort of heist flick at the usual suspects, George will be the fuck up character. He'd be like the Stephen Baldwin character during the civil war as rot helped federal agents, including John Surat cross the Potomac river Surat invited as rot to Washington where he stayed for time at Mary Surat's boarding house until he was victim for drinking alcohol in his room. Fucking Boozman, joy. Drink is gonna show up again in today suck and in January eighteen sixty five Georgia's introduced. John Wilkes booth in Washington. DC by John's rot booth persuades into participate in its plan to kidnap Lincoln, and then hold him in Virginia in exchange for those confederate POW's. And then there's also Twenty-three-year-old David Herold David Herold was a six of eleven children born to achieve clerk. The navy store in Washington, navy yard eighteen forty. Two worked as a pharmacist assistant..

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