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Fresh update on "savannah" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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California murder suspect, teen daughter killed in shootout
"A California murder suspect and his teen daughter were killed in a shootout I'm Lisa dwyer California authorities say an abducted 15 year old girl and her father who was a fugitive wanted in the death of the teen's mother and a domestic violence incident Monday were both killed in a shootout with law enforcement Investigators had issued an amber alert after Anthony John graciano fled with his daughter he had been described as armed and dangerous The San Bernardino county sheriff says Graziano's daughter Savannah graciano was wearing tactical gear and a helmet as she ran towards sheriff's deputies during a firefight on the highway in a desert authorities say she was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead her 45 year old father was pronounced dead at the scene I'm Lisa dwyer
Fresh update on "savannah" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Entire island. Hundreds of thousands of Russians have fled the country crossing into Georgia to escape president Putin's military draft for the war in Ukraine. Dmitry spent 7 days trying to escape Russia I didn't want to kill people and I don't want to be killed. I don't need this war. Tensions escalating over a bogus referendum in occupied parts of Ukraine. Putin's expected to use the results to declare the region's a now part of Russia as early as this Friday. ABC and panel based on evidence San Bernardino county, California sheriff, says a 15 year old girl was shooting a deputies when she jumped out of a car wearing tactical gear yesterday, Savannah Graziano was killed along with her father, who was suspected of murdering the girl's mother. An up day on Wall Street today. You're listening to ABC News. News radio 1000 FM 97 7, stay connected, stay informed. At 6 O two, it's 64° in downtown Seattle good evening. Thanks for joining us on this Wednesday, the 28th of September in for Rick
"savannah" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Team that makes up the coastal plain leak season where they do all these crazy promotions and they do all these things that are different. Right, and this is where they're the summer college players on break who get to play with wood bats and preserve their NCAA eligibility by not being paid. Exactly. And then outside of that though, as the years have gone on, they've continued to build this other league where they get professional players. A lot of these guys are minor league players in their off seasons or guys in independent ball or former minor leaguers. And they form basically two teams. And the goal has been to travel throughout the country, maybe eventually throughout the world, with these two teams. This is where banana ball is staged. And this is what they think is the future. Not just of the Savannah bananas, but of an alternate form of baseball that they want to grow. Just to put this in the context, they just did a 7 city tour with banana ball. This spring, they formed two teams, a bunch of professional baseball players formed them, and they sold out all the 7 stadiums that they played in. There was a Friday game in the spring training home that's shared by the nationals and the Astros in West Palm Beach Florida. The Astros played a day game that day and made you 1500 fans. The bananas played afterwards. They choose 7500 fans playing banana ball. And so how central is this to their ambitions now? Because they could be the most fun, weird, psychedelic team inside of the constraints of baseball's rulebook, or they could try to further develop an entirely different version of the sport itself. I think that's it, Pablo. I think they see this as their future. Something that could really differentiate them from any sort of traditional baseball game. They want to continue to grow up in annabelle. They want to tour through more cities than the 7 that they did earlier this spring. And Jesse Cole has a goal of playing in front of a million fans by 2030. And he thinks he could get there just because of how quickly banana ball has taken off. They've gotten to a point where you have major league teams that are asking them to come out and play an exhibition game of banana ball in their stadium because they feel like they could fill it at their stadium because it's become that popular. And so there is this Harlem globetrotters aspect to this now where professional teams are inviting them into professional stadiums. Yeah, because they see it as a show. They see it as a show that's entertaining, that people want to watch. And I think the reception from the American audience has been undeniable. But this is also where we should probably make peace with the fact that we're never gonna get Jen Carlos and come out on stilts and we're never gonna see Max Scherzer saying how deep is your love before he throws a pitch? And so practically speaking, then what do you think Major League Baseball can actually learn from banana ball and the Savannah bananas experiment writ large? There are elements of what the Savannah bananas do, what they strive to do that I think are incredibly relevant to the state of baseball right now. And if you look at just the way that they've been able to eliminate that time in their games, the way they've quickened the pace of game in baseball, their goal right now, they're hyper focused on increasing action. It's why they beta tested so many things in the minor leagues from pitch clocks to bigger bases to eliminating foreign substances so these pictures are not throwing all these nasty pitches so that maybe more balls are put in play. The bananas have mastered that. But they've also shown that
MSNBC Promotes Civil War Over Recent SCOTUS Rulings
"Here is some bizarre audio This is out of MSNBC This is a historian Michael Beck loth Talking about this is the kind of stuff I'm telling you This is where the air If you were a Republican say oh my Fox show talking about or even hinting at a coming like Civil War that because Republicans are going to lose their minds and start attacking people They'd be like what are you doing You would be on the crazy media matters lunatics would be like screaming and peeing themselves Here's a guy in MSNBC saying as Supreme Court man you know Civil War it's a possibility Yeah check this out This country further in the direction of some kind of new Civil War I mean that's obviously something pretty alarming They're tell us what you mean by that while you think that I'm not saying that lightly Savannah I think you know why don't usually overstate things Here's a case where the Supreme Court is doing a decision that is going to fly in the face of at least what polls tell us is a majority of Americans maybe 60 to 70% And if you look at human history and American history that tends to push a society and the Civil War or at least towards Civil War if it's something that's as basic as this Now I get it because again I'm not a crazy leftist who's going to mischaracterize a man's words He says historian and he's going to say well I'm just looking at the data points throughout history and when polling is really bad on an issue like this You know you get societal strife and Civil War Okay you know what Fair enough But again this is the kind of thing whereas I'm a fair host I am I'm a conservative I'm an opinion guy I have conservative opinions But I do believe in fairness I promise you if Donald Trump would have mentioned that word Right now he would get no such deference None As a matter of fact when Donald Trump says something like go march peacefully and patriotically He accused of inciting a violent insurrection
Why Drew Hernandez Is Becoming One of the Best Frontline Journalists
"And this is why we're so excited to have you and partner with you and do things, which is this kind of grassroots you frontline journalism. Because it's hard, right? I mean, you get sweaty, you don't get to sit in an air conditioned office, right? And so just talk a little bit about that because you're kind of becoming known as kind of one of the, if not the best front lines journalist where, you know, when the sparks are flying and antifa comes out, drew Hernandez is there, but talk about the hours, talk about the Gritty, gritting the side of it, right? Yeah, I mean, you know, shout out to the team though. The front lines team, they really helped me with booking the flights and getting me where I need to be. The logistics. The logistics, right? But like the actual on the ground when you're on the ground, it's a lot of instincts. You have to know what's coming. You have to know what you need to film at the right time to kind of have to kind of have a feel of the crowd. I mean, it's a difference environment. I mean, I view it kind of like, I don't want it to put it this way, but every kind of arena is like a different level, like a video game. Like that's how I view it. I don't treat it that way because you could get really different challenges. Different challenges, you know what I mean? There's different levels. There's like expert hard, medium, easy. It really is. I mean, for instance, if you go to Portland, you go undercover with antifa. That is probably the hardest thing to do right now is going to cover and get that kind of footage with them. But you go to like a protest somewhere in Arizona where it's not that hard. So you kind of have to what I always encourage people is not everyone can do what I do. I think a lot of people try to. I mean, you can. You can just run out there with a camera and film something, but to consistently keep doing this on like a monthly, weekly basis, it does take an amount of skill. Precision has involved precision because you have to be able to see things. Like when you see people like Savannah Hernandez or Julio Rojas with town call Julio is great. Julio with town hall media or Jorge Ventura with daily college. There's also a lot of these people are extremely talented. They're very talented. They know what they're looking
This Is the Clarence Thomas We DON'T Know
"Everybody to see the movie, Michael. I want everybody to read the bookmark. But share if you will a little of the klans Thomas that we don't know. The prior to the hearing, the amazing story of how he grew up, his family, the less than conservative clarence Thomas in college, share a little bit of a history of that the pre famous clans Thomas. Well, as you know, he was born in pinpoint Georgia in 1948. And it's a gullah speaking area. So his English was not his first language. His father left before he could remember, so he was raised by his mother, who then took clarence Thomas and his brother to Savannah, where he suffered dire poverty, hungry, all the time, called in the winter, brought to school, and then left and then he'd walk out and wander the streets of Savannah until his mother brought him to her father, his grandfather to raise, and that justice Thomas life round. And hard work, his grandfather said, the damn vacation is over. Two boys thought, what vacation? And it was work all the time. They went to school. They went home and they worked on the Catholic school, right? That's right. He was Catholic or very unusual thing for black men in those days, and he sent them to a parochial school. Remember, it's the segregated south. It was all black, but run by these Irish nuns that continue to give them discipline hard work, a rigorous curriculum. And he thrived, and wanted to be a priest, which a lot of people do not know. And enrolled in the seminary. Only one of two or the only black seminaries. Right. He was integrating what were formerly all white seminaries. And he would have been one of the first black priests in Savannah. But it was the late 60s, and he experienced racism there. And as you reached a peak, perhaps when he was watching Martin Luther when Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and one of the seminary and says, I hope that SOB dies. And then something snapped. Something snapped, and he became a black radical, as you say, less than less than a conservative. He said, the more radical the better, describes themselves as an angry black man. And he went to holy cross where he got a full scholarship. His grandfather kicked him out of the house when he lost his vocation. And he went through this radical period. And we
Justice Thomas, Created Equal
"Know how do they find the film. How can they find a book called created equal, let them know what they got, Mark. Sure, Brandon, thanks. So creative equal to movie is on Amazon. It's on lots of different platforms it's on like Apple TV and all this stuff, but probably the best place to get Amazon. You can get the DVD on Amazon. If you go to manifold productions dot com, which is Michael tax company, they'll have the listing of all the platform it's available on. So the easiest place is how the Amazon.com, but it's a great movie. It's two hours long. It's just really powerful and tax plans. The book just came out this week and it's available on Amazon. It's in Barnes and nobles. It's all bookstores. And again, it's based on that movie, but it's from the 25 hours of interviews that Michael pack did with clarence Thomas. And it's really just an amazing insight into his life. Great stuff like remember the movie as a song smiling faces from the 70s. So Claire Thomas is smiling faces. People smile in your face and they want to do you harm. That's what he calls liberals the northeastern liberals who wanted to savage him and sort of act nice, but then from behind. And he says, he's thinking about that song when he was testifying and watching those liberals coming after him. So it's those sorts of things that are these great we've talked about big issues and kind of neat issues like that. The books that had impact on his life like invisible man by Ralph Ellison, native son, Richard Wright, the fountainhead by Ayn Rand. So it's just barbershop with the movie he loved because it reminded him of going to the barbershop with his grandfather. He talks about the barbershop down in Savannah 1955. And it's just a wonderful captures justice Thomas's life in a really good way.
Chytil scores 2, Rangers beat Hurricanes 5-2 to force Game 7
"Filipino scored twice in the rangers forced a game 7 in their second round series by downing the hurricanes 5 two Tyler Mott and Mika's advantage tallied two and a half minutes apart to put the rangers ahead to nothing midway through the first period He added a pair of second period goals to put the blue shirts back in control Savannah had an artemy Panera and had power play goals to support Igor shish durkin who finished with 37 saves Kane's goaltender auntie Ronda was pulled after
Washington Post Corroborates NBC's Lack of China Abuses
"Now the Washington compost is reporting that NBC which holds the exclusive broadcast rights for the Winter Olympics There's not made these issues a prominent feature of a coverage over the past two weeks And neither is the Washington compost for that matter But since the opening ceremony the post Paul farhi reported that he has been in a fine any example of an NBC Olympics announcer discussing the Chinese Communist Party's human rights atrocities I would ask Paul farhi if that is his name If the human rights atrocities by the communist Chinese against the Uyghurs and we have seen photos of these inhumane conditions and so forth have been on the cover of The Washington Post more than once or twice Far he and his piece the other day wrote that he reached out to an NBC sports spokesperson to ask for examples of the networks continued focus on these issues And it's coverage of Olympic events but beyond comments made by NBC announcers Mike Tariq and he was yanked He was yanked and Savannah Guthrie in addition to other panelists on February 4 NBC couldn't provide further support for NBC's assertion that it has extensively covered these issues Far he went on to explain that NBC also cited report a week ago about the Chinese tennis star in three time Olympian who's been the subject of international attention He noted NBC has also said it hasn't requested an interview with her Despite her presence at times just a few feet from NBC's cameras at the game So NBC has demonstrated that it is nothing more than a shill for the communist Chinese much like Thomas Friedman And much like Trudeau up in Canada the Biden family the Pelosi family the McConnell family And on and on and
America's Very Own Trucker Convoy Gathers Steam
"Good luck. Having a wealthy society without truckers. Well, there is now a U.S. convoy that is building that will be going across the country starting very, very soon and with us as someone from America's frontline truckers kept cauldron kip, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you very much. Good to be here. Thank you so tell us what's going on. Tell us when you guys are planning to go across the country and how people can help. Well, it's pretty simple, really. Our convoy will start in the morning of the night of March 2nd to get to California trucks rolling out. We decided to run them through the night to get them out of the gridlock of California. So the day of March 2nd at 7 p.m., the trucks will leave California to converge through the night and to quartzsite Arizona, the morning of the third about three in the morning, they'll take a three hour break there for our break and then at 7 o'clock in the morning, they'll leave port side Arizona and head on to fort Stockton and complete that day. The next day, they'll leave fort Stockton like their way to soft Louisiana, on the fourth, the day of the 5th will get up and run from south Louisiana to the stretch in between Brunswick, Georgia and Savannah, Georgia, all the 5th. And by the afternoon, the 6th will leave the Brunswick savanna stretch out there on I 95 and we'll hit up close to a staging area close to Washington D.C. for the night of the 6 landing to be able to converge with all the other truckers that are participating in this on the day of the
Port of Savannah reports record cargo volumes for January
"Some supply chain relief efforts seem to be paying off as the fourth busiest U. S. C. port for shipping containers reports record cargo volumes for January the Georgia ports authority reported nearly four hundred and eighty thousand container units of imports and exports moved across the banners docks last month an increase of four percent compared with January twenty twenty one to alleviate traffic jams last ball that kept ships waiting at sea in containers piling up on land the Port Authority added workers in new equipment the agency also set up in land sites to temporarily store cargo and free up space that's the bandits container terminal business has been booming at U. S. seaports as the economy rebounds from the pandemic I'm Julie Walker
Gordon Chang Discusses Chinese Propaganda of Olympic Proportions
"And we're going to open the show with a very special guest I can think of none better to comment on that video clip than Gordon Chang. He is the author of the great U.S. China tech war, Gordon. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, doctor G. Thank you kindly good. Is it the propaganda flowing out of every faucet since the game's open? I expected it to be bad Gordon, but did you think it was going to be this bad? Yeah, no. I expected China to have a lot of propaganda. But NBC just sort of relaying this without comment or criticism really was wrong. Yes, China does see itself as a leader of the developing world, but a lot in the developing world will take Chinese money, but they're really upset. And if you're going to comment on China's assertion, then you need to be balanced and objective and NBC was neither of those when the opening ceremony comments. Let's just have Savannah Guthrie of NBC doing the work of the communist regime. This is captain play cuts. Oh wait, look at this movie. It's a statement from the Chinese president Xi Jinping to choose an athlete from the Uighur minority. It is an in your face response to those western nations including the U.S. who have called this Chinese treatment of that group genocide and diplomatically boycotted these games. Who have called it genocide because I guess it is in so choosing one Uighur Gordon to light the Olympic flame. I guess that means the millions being persecuted just magically disappear. Yes, well, what Beijing was saying was we are proud of our genocide and crimes against humanity. And we are going to shove it in your face as we heard in that
‘Let Me Finish’ Kamala Harris Snaps at Savannah Guthrie During Touchy Interview
"You got to hear this exchange millions of viewers watched it on The Today Show with Savannah Guthrie and mamala Kamala. Let's talk about another comment the president made. He openly cast doubt on whether the 2022 midterm elections would be legitimate. He said it all depends. Which is astonishing to hear a president question whether our elections will be legitimate. We've heard it before, but not from this president. Is he really concerned that we may not have fair and free elections? The president has been consistent on this issue, and the issue at hand, the issue I was there last night. In the chamber of the Senate and the issue is that there are two bills, the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the freedom to vote act. That have been the solution that has been offered to address the fact that around our country states have put in place laws that are purposely making it more difficult for the American people to vote. Laws which will be felt by at least 55 million Americans regardless of their party, affiliation, their race, their gender or their geographic location. Well, to the point that we have to pay it, but it's the bills were debated and they didn't have enough finish. But the specific question if you don't mind, does he think now that these bills haven't been passed that the 22 midterms won't be legitimate or fair or free? Let's not conflate issues. So what we are looking at and the topic of so much debate last night was that we, as America can not afford to allow this blatant erosion of our democracy and in particular, the right of all Americans who are eligible to vote to have access to the ballot unfettered. Madam vice president, you just cut called out by Savannah Guthrie on the top show. I mean, listen, it's getting to a point where Americans are saying, there ain't nothing we believe. I mean, we literally listen to Biden openly question the legitimacy of the midterms. We
Kamala Harris Shocked Savannah Guthrie Won't Concede to Her, Like Other Left-Wing Media
"Go ahead T and territorial integrity In this case I'm sorry and territorial integrity of your car to interrupt Well you shut up but I try and get a question in As you ramble on May I say with all due respect Well I'll do respect Go ahead But it is less than clear because 30 minutes after the news conference The White House press secretary had to actually clarify the presence You know what Kamala Harris is thinking don't you mister Medusa These people are supposed to be on our side I am stunned At Savannah Guthrie who's named out of a prominent named after prominent town in Georgia Savannah I'm shocked that she would dare to raise questions Savannah or is it Savannah Savannah Savannah This is unbelievable You're going to have to be demoted Over there at where is she NBC I don't know Go ahead Savannah I'm being clear with you right now Yes okay And so if you're interested I'll continue to be clear Which is not really I'm not interested in the least And so far you make no sense I don't know what you're being clear about do you Go ahead See Have had direct conversations Through various levels of diplomacy with poop
Savannah Guthrie and Kamala Harris Exchange Remarks Over Democrats' Voting Bills
"Whether our elections will be legitimate We've heard it before but not from this president Is he really concerned that we may not have fair and free elections The president has been consistent on this issue and the issue at hand the issue I was there last night In the chamber of the Senate and the issue is that there are two bills the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the freedom to vote act That have been the solution that has been offered to address the fact that around our country states have put in place laws that are purposely making it more difficult for the Americans Now here are the question would be follow up What is it exactly that the states have put in place that are intended to prevent minorities from voting What exactly is it And if that's the case head of Barack mailhouse Benito Obama get elected Twice Over two white guys two very white guys as a matter of fact Go ahead Laws which will be felt by at least 55 million Americans regardless of their party affiliation their race their gender or their geographic location Well the two points that we were doing but it's the bills were debated and they didn't have specific finish But the specific question if you don't mind does he think now that these bills haven't been passed that the 22 midterms won't be legitimate or fair or free Let's not conflate issues So what we are looking at and the topic of so much debate last night was that we as America can not afford to allow this blatant erosion of our democracy and in particular the right of all Americans who are eligible to vote to have access to the ballot unfettered
Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap
"A a milestone milestone today today in in morning morning television television N. N. B. B. C. C. news news this this is is a a special special edition edition of of today today seventieth seventieth anniversary anniversary the the today today show show first first aired aired on on January January fourteenth fourteenth nineteen nineteen fifty fifty two two with with Dave Dave Galloway Galloway as as the the host host co co host host now now our our Savannah Savannah Guthrie Guthrie and and Hoda Hoda copy copy but but Guthrie Guthrie was was not not on on the the set set today today she she tested tested positive positive for for the the coronavirus coronavirus Savannah's Savannah's always always front front center center I I mean mean she she may may not not physically physically be be here here but but we've we've always always had had a a name name but but eight eight thousand thousand times times and and this this is is just just one one of of those those unlucky unlucky moments moments where where you you happen happen to to get get you you know know get get Kobe Kobe during during this this moment moment al al Roker Roker has has been been delivering delivering the the weather weather on on the the today today show show for for more more than than thirty thirty years years it's it's not not an an act act yeah yeah you you know know you you see see that that on on TV TV I I think think a a lot lot of of places places of of tried tried to to manufacture manufacture that that it it but but I I think think it it speaks speaks to to the the seventy seventy years years speaks speaks to to the the the the the the the the genuineness genuineness of of what what goes goes on on in in Studio Studio One One last last night night the the lights lights on on the the Empire Empire State State Building Building in in New New York York or or in in the the today today show's show's trademark trademark orange orange I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
The Media Conveniently Omits Trump's Request for Peaceful Protest From Their Playback of Jan. 6 Coverage
"But let's listen to Liz Cheney saying the quiet part out loud. She wants to jump out of her shoes in blaming Trump for all of it. Listen to this astoundingly moronic question from Savannah Guthrie and the equally moronic and yet transparent answer from Liz Cheney. Again, sometimes they say the quiet part out loud. I've never known you to be one for a big emotion, but as you sit here today, one year later and consider how close did we come in this country? How close did we come to the violent overthrow of a valid election? We came very close. Our institutions held, but they only held because of the people who were willing to stand up against the pressure from former president Trump. People at his own Department of Justice, who stood up to him, elected officials at the state level who stood up to him and the law enforcement officers here at the capitol. The only reason the government held was because people stood up to this guy. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. That's the clip that Liz Cheney doesn't want you to hear. That's from president Trump's speech on January 6th, that the beast, the media, the whole world, Hollywood, TV, Washington, they never say that. They never include that. They always exclude that. You think that's a you think that's a coincidence? Why don't you think they ever play that clip whenever you won't hear that at all today? I guarantee you all you're gonna hear is Trump talking about, we gotta fight for the country. We gotta fight for what we believe in. You'll never hear this. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building. To peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. Why do you think they never put that in there and they're coverage? Why do you think they run out of time? I think it's a timing issue. It's just an editing concern, yeah.
The Democrats' January 6 Anniversary Coverage Is a Painful, Desperate Campaign Ad
"To turn on the TV today. I told you don't do it. And because I'm a giver, I did. I watched as much as I could stomach this morning of The Today Show. Where the interview Liz Cheney, the outgoing Wyoming congresswoman. And really the only Republican in addition to Adam kinzinger sitting on this January 6th select committee. Now, this is a big day for The Today Show. They sent Savannah Guthrie to Washington, D.C.. I mean, they took her out of the cozy confines of plush studio there in midtown Manhattan. She had to get on the Amtrak and go all the way to Washington, D.C.. Because this is such a big day. It's going to be a moment of silence today. The vice president of the United States right now is addressing the American people. I can not make you suffer through it. We may pull a little bit of it, but I don't think it's in your best interests to make you suffer through a campaign ad for the Democrats. It's all this is. That's all this is. This is a terrified scream. From the Democrats, the Donald Trump is coming back. And they don't know how to stop it.
"savannah" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Is boxing with chris manager. Somebody punched him in the face. Joshua composed and ferocious finisher watts. This hosted by s. Is chris mannix. That was my moments now with interviews analysis and everything going on in the world of boxing when you have talent. You're given another chance. Here's chris mannix all right. So we know coletta shields as a two time. Olympic gold medalist multi division world champion boxers actually only boxer male or female to be undisputed world champion in two way classes on wednesday. She attempts another milestone her career in just a second anime fight. She fights for the two thousand twenty one professional fighters league world championship. That's live on. Espn two espn plus and espn app. Clarisa fights abigail montessori for the lightweight title joins me on the show so going into the second pro fight. How different does it feel than the first one. It feels like now that. I know better really excited to do better. I fly my first fight. You know i win the near offer six months of training you know. I did as much of that ground game. I tried snyder standing in our to come on top with third round kale but faced a lot of adversity in in that first fight going back to. Jim felt so much more comfortable. Because now more urgent you know when people going for take downs in. I won't let my motion away my Nervous energy getting away. They kind of got away by. They've you could ask what kind of stock unfor- punching because i was to be looking china sea. Oh she won't protect now. Is she trying to kick but it but he stopped me from hundred with now. And i got comfortable in. I've learnt more. I don't wanna be nervous. This fight in my hands go early so you train hard for that. I fight but when when you finish that fight like what do you take away from that. As far as getting back in the gym and the things you have to work on before your second one work in everything. I mean yes. I watched it film. And i want to look at. What was the biggest problems. In the biggest files rate mining. Couldn't get up but we worked on. That woman can't so it was one on debit also to like you know getting back on occasion getting up. But what about your head you stuck on the bottom of the cage to wear is hard to get on that it is. It's it's so many things that look simple but it out little details that can help you get to where you want to get into so we look at the fight in i just Told coach every problem. That i had every problem that i felt in where i was confused at. We worked on those things first before we even move forward forties camp. So we didn't say obi one forget that fight we went back. We looked at it. We have dissecting which we we worked on a week. We fixed that indian. We added the new stuff getting ready for this fight. A the case if that girl has sent game plan that the girl forehead. It'd be fair game plan because we fixed. So what does your training look like these days because while you're training for this. Mma fight on wednesday. You're also setting up your boxing matches. We're going to get into you and savannah. Marshall a little bit later but are you just putting boxing on a shelf until you get through these fights or are you doing different boxing trainings. While you're preparing for this. I like to focus on once at a time. So ask me all my weeks. Folks on may but inmate focuses on. Boxing is a is is one of martial arts so unlike in boxing camp. I won't do any in may but in making i'm always training boxing always working on my strike in you know in engines added more to my striking with kicks in the take down in the defensive drills all punches and stuff like that so on one at a time but training is it really depends on a day like monday was off strong. That'd be my buddy down to the friday. So monday consist the five trainers in on my back. Every day. i'm wrestling doing everyday on top of peds on top of just Tentacle drills for the fight. So is a lot to do. And then on tuesdays tuesdays thursday the saturday's like cardio days to might up early morning running mouse. I'm doing team today. I'm strengthening parts of my by that needs to be strengthened to be stronger in bettering in may of that i didn't have used most. Does you've accomplished a lot as a professional boxer but does this kind of back and forth. You've got going on right now with savannah. Marshall does that. Get you going a little bit. Because i mean we had our we would back a little bit on social media. Where i'm i'm very excited about you against savannah marshalls probably the most excited aben to see you in a boxing ring as professional. Because it feels like there's some some fire they're based on your personal history and kind of some of the things that she's been saying over the last couple of months and so she asked me. Am i excited about me. Her final. Yeah does it get you get you going a little bit to have this kind of opponent out there that i think is going to be a lot of mainstream interest in listening. I'm having a marsh that she's found What is the. It doesn't give me going. Because i've accomplished everything as she could. You know people say stuff like oh she be joined your seventeen. Who's like yep three months. After that i won't be olympics. Didn't meddle do not wanna world championships twice. Twenty four teenagers sixteen gold medal. She was there. She didn't middle. She meddles in then. We go to the olympics. Again in gordon again. She didn't meddle so it's like from the time seventeen. I got better better. I got better. in savannah. marshall decline decline decline in noxious back on her upward again. In you know just she she just likes my so like yeah. One fighter computer abatement of the blemish on amateur acre. But we would have said that she would not go. That is going to be hard for me. I'm sorry it's not gonna be. It's not going to be hard. Like they're saying you know on christina hammer is going to you know she was going to be hard like that in to me. Christina hammer is a better fire in savannah marshall so our at the fans. Let the meeting the bills Nocco artisans she took the rubble. We got past user u. She's fine but it asked. The government had banking on beat me in boxing their mistake so you don't think i mean again it who knows about the opponents. She's face but eleven wins nine knockouts. That's pretty impressive for for for women's boxing and my regular leader same they would those opponents in front of me. I mean landgraf. She thought was as she came up in weight. They've been announced the girls about two weeks before five. The girls undefeated her first undefeated. He's fought against and she got lost the first round on a reason the girl got knocked out because she guessed that i don't know what kind of fighter guests dollars tech around goodness gracious king. Racket her for taking advantage of being able to see that. I'm not gonna out. But i'm wondering be mosaic jose. It wasn't a first round. That's time two hundred for. Tim rounds energiya last year round. Like people say. I don't. I don't have power that's not true. I fought against some very tub girls. Who are champions. Have been on a block plenty of times and we get those type of girls. Those.
Learning From Evolution With Evolutionary Biologists Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying
"You guys said that we are not a blank slate but we are the blanket of slates. Which i think is a phenomenal way to put this idea and wanna tie that to the title and get your guys as take so. It's hunter-gatherers guide to the twenty first century. and so the way that i take that is that notion. You have to understand that you're a product of evolution that your brain is a product of evolution and then once you understand the forces of evolution in how we got here. Then maybe just maybe we can find our way out of it. So what are the key elements to being a product of evolution. That you think people miss that we must understand if we're going to navigate our way well out of this valley of evolution. Let me say. I That the title hunter-gatherers guide to the twenty first century evokes that sort of romanticised hunter-gatherer on the african savannah of the paleolithic. Which of course is a part of our human history and does have many lessons in it to teach us about who we are now and who can become but as we say in the book we are all parts of our history like we are not just hunter-gatherers. We are also right now post industrialists and their evolutionary implications of that. Go a little farther back a lot. Farther back depending on your framing. And we are agriculturalists. Go farther back. Were hunter-gatherers go further back were primates were mammals. Were fish all of these moments of our evolutionary history We'll have left their mark in us and have something to teach us about both what our capacities are and what our weaknesses are and what we can do going forward. And i would add the lessons from evolution. are both good and bad here. One thing that we realized that our students over the course of many years of teaching this material realized was that everything about our experience as human beings is shaped by our evolutionary nature. And that has a very disturbing upshot because we are fantastic creatures with an utterly mundane mention the very same mission that every other evolved creature has to logic genes in the future. And this actually explains the nature not only of our physical beings but of our culture and our perception of the world so understanding that all of that marvelous architecture is built for an utterly mind-numbing purpose is an important first. Step in seeing where to
Monica Lewinsky's New Documentary Will Explore Cancel Culture & Public Shaming
"Monica lewinsky is opening up about cancelled culture and public shaming while discussing her upcoming documentary. Fifteen minutes of shame. Yes she should. She's a absolute. She's the top expert mma world as far as public shaming is concerned and have her reputation just dragged through the mud for years. And there's that other documentary that's out. Fx is impeachment american story. I guess which will dramatic cise the events and she was produced. That i guess. Dramatize what i say. Tremendous dramatize association. Sorry yeah she said we're living in a culture and world now where we're drowning in shame. We're taking a three hundred sixty degree. Look at this culture of shaming public human public humiliation and trying to question where are we going. it's great. it's a great thing because she's right. We're drowning in shame. And we're we're pointing our fingers and and shouting down. Everybody who says or does anything. We don't like personally and and try and trying to take it to the degree where it's not just me. That disagrees with you the whole world. We think you're a horrible person. You should lose your job. You should lose your family. You should lose everything you've ever had. Well she just about did because she told nbc when she was on there promoting this fx series she told savannah guthrie that she couldn't get work had ptsd and was financially dependent on our parents as a result. Well
"savannah" Discussed on More than Abstract
"Welcome to more than i'm jill and i'm joined by eric. How you doing. I'm not doing too bad. how about yourself. I'm doing pretty good. It's it's it's a beautiful day out in love to love to see it so tell me how good is your geography around africa I haven't had someone asked me that question since middle school. So i'm not sure that's perfectly fine just so like you know what i'm talking about. Could you open a go to google maps shirt. Pull up africa. I guess and change it to satellite you. yes okay. are we going to be talking about. Erosion not erosion. But you're close. You haven't figured. I'm going to be talking about africa specifically i. I have wondered how the hell hugh early humans left the continent. Okay interesting. it's something that really baffled me. It didn't really seem possible. Like think hundred thousand years ago. Humans were in africa in the middle part. They were hunter gatherers at this time. So they had to move to greener pastures wherever the their food went. Yes you mean to tell me. The animals and humans collect Decided to collectively migrate to the of the most vast and desolate desert on earth. Something doesn't add up. 'cause we got a real mystery on our hands here. What possibly compelled migration good question. I do think there was much less erosion at the time. I know that the her desert desert expanding because of soil erosion and it's growing and spreading. Because there's no vegetation to to keep the sand in place. I do believe at the desert wasn't as big back prehistory times. Well that's that's where we're gonna be talking about. How how humans went from central africa back in the hunter gatherer days past the desert and through through the arabian desert as well to places elsewhere. Yet looking at the map and that size of desert. I would think the same. How the main idea here is. The climate used to be different back in day and to show just how it changed drastically and talk to you about how it's possible for the sahara to be green until not long ago. I am completely interested in that before we get into the actual climate part. I need to define a few things i know. The most riveting discussion so a desert is a place with very little precipitation. For whatever reason as you might be able to guess that That makes it pretty hostile environment but by definition it only cares about rain. The only thing that matters is moisture in the atmosphere so places like antarctica are considered cold. Desert's as well just because there's no real rain or snow around there so desert slightly off topic. But i saw a map of american desserts and there are many more than our common knowledge. And it's really interesting really. I mean we try and find that you wanna take how many there are twenty one. You got that backwards. it is twelve. Oh thank you wikipedia. Here are the cold desert's. Oh yeah okay. What does more than i expected but in the region right while k..
"savannah" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Alexander. Hamilton club trae. Nance george davis lewis white and robert hunter. Thanks also to robert morris circle supporter. Lee see him. I'm also pleased to welcome to new privy council members who joined last month donovan. Colt torp and rob payne. Who from minute man. Also welcome to new standard-bearers brandon car and philip mccoy. Each of you can look forward to getting the first of your monthly flag magnets. This month on the day. I release this episode. Which by the way is every sunday morning. I'm also going to be releasing three new t shirt designs to the american revolution podcasts. Storefront on t. Public one is in alteration of assured. I already have the popular. Join or die logo. This one has the american revolution. Podcasts logo also in the corner of the shirt the second one is the famous thirteen star hopkinson flag which is believed to be the first design of proof by congress also with the american revolution. Podcasts logo and the third one is a special one for delaware fans. It is the dancy flag that is the flag used by the delaware militia during the seventeen. Seventy seven philadelphia campaign. Personally i love these more obscure designs because it often engages people to ask questions about what they are. And let's show off your knowledge about the revolution. The new.
"savannah" Discussed on TV Literate
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"savannah" Discussed on TV Literate
"I don't know i thought it was annoying. I know this is our like our our main differences teams van versus team. Right and i liked her lucia. Well i don't really care. Yeah i'm not i'm just. Anti savannah is really an anti savannah. And i'm not either. So i just i. I just don't have patience for people who just like to search it and that just seems like savannah at savannah was doing like for no reason. I mean i say both sides. I see both sides of this one because they both are just like because i think so van was really taken aback by how much tear lucia had opinions on. Courtney and i think terror- lucia using the she's betrayed to the girls line is also. Yeah but at least it is but to me. That's lot more justified. Because savannah outwardly came out and acted like she was close friend and then wasn't whereas carolina just never interacted with never made any contact with courtney which is like a problem in and of itself but that she didn't betray anything and i think that like the the reason why i had a problem with savannah was that she said i'm so heartbroken. I didn't want this to happen where she could have been like. It was a hard decision but ultimately chose who we thought should go home like you could have just said bad was very fake man. It's going to be something when they figure out that trevor is actually a girl. I'm just interested like if this much shit has already started over like literally. Nothing like what's common. What's tecom god is this whole like society is going to be now that we've all gone farrell. Don't know how to deal with shit like is they're going to be more drama post pandemic. Maybe i hope. I mean probably like i feel like there's already been so much shit happening with people going out in the real world and it's kind of feels like everybody's just learned how to socialize on twitter and yell at each other right now always had that's all we know it's all. Yeah that's all we know we know. But yeah savannah's gone now a recipe savannah. And she visited courtney and then the circle announced that courtney was selected by the person who deserves to win the game..
"savannah" Discussed on TV Literate
"Trauma this is. Really when teams amana and team tear. Alicia becomes a line in the sand. Trevor savannah to a private chat the next morning to check in on her and trevor says that tell savannah that he has our back Savannah says i feel like tarrant. Lucia took a giant shit on me. Which like. I don't know this is just like the whole thing. She's acting like she's the victim. But like you're the one who really of you were like fighting about this. Yeah like come on now. so terribly. Wants to have a conversation with courtney because she feels off with him and so she sends him a private chat. Courtney is firmly on team savannah. So he's not thrilled about having to talk. Which like i get this. 'cause i mean i know this season as a threat. Because like he's like bolan. She didn't really get to know him. That much like this is the only league rivalry right now. that has any basis. Because it's like okay. Did really want to get rid of courtney except for samana khloe that one i think is big actually promised chloe that she had her okay. We're not there yet though. But i guess but like even still like i wouldn't be upset if somebody like part of the game but like you have to bring up. Somebody's name like you didn't go home. So who cares. I just think courtney's making a big thing out of nothing. I think this is the same thing as like survivor. When it's the only thing that you have and then the only with people that you have you just get really fucking invested. I know so They did in this. With courtney saying how dare she tried to start drama in discourse while i'm in the yoga zone share that is fair i Let's see there's just like a whole bunch of like lying going on courtney lies and says he hasn't talked to savannah but he has and basically tries to be like. Hey i didn't know you. We didn't have a talk. So that's why. I like brought up your name like i dunno. She's just trying to clear the air..
"savannah" Discussed on TV Literate
"That's fair. i did like that. They were talking about like their loyalty to each other. or whatever. And courtney says well as for tara. Lucia hashtag welp. Well so yeah. They make plans to hopefully get more people on their side. So then on the flip side of that Starts true colors chat and invites emily and chloe and voices she voices her concerns about savannah. Not being part of a girl gang. We're just trying to start shit with people that yet. She tells them at basically had to fight to save chloe. Which honest this. What i think is a little bit more fair than savannah. Or savanna courtney. Because at least like courtney tear alicia had no bond like no action but but so i kind of get it at this point but even still it's like come on let's just let's lacks a little bit. They both were to stirring the pot. And i'm sure that's exactly what the casting director sorta looking for want lake saw in them. This would be like. I'm not gonna take this lying down in sure. Yeah that's good tv lake. Let's be real but it's still annoying. And this is also where emily's submissiveness is really starting to like annoy people because she just never is willing signed. Take aside and it's really becoming clearer to chloe in particular here so yeah. I think it's kinda starting to bite her him track in the ass but it's just a matter of like if he's going to be able to break it around in time before it bites too hard. Yeah this is where. I really started to feel that jack was like collecting information to us. Villainy could be a good strategy but he just has to make it far enough to be able to use that Okay so then. We are next alert. And it's for vip access to circle fest and like nobody knows what it is and chloe gets so excited she was like. Oh my god vip xm and i was like. Oh my god. You're still in the same room.
"savannah" Discussed on TV Literate
"I don't know what that's like at all but we have no idea what being trapped inside by yourself as like not at all so chloe starts a chat with emily just to kind of do some digging to see what emily thinks about the situation and emily kind of agrees that like. It's weird kind of that. Savannah chose to save. Trevor over khloe. When she was saying that she's suspicious over and close just like okay. We'll just add savannah the chat. Evelyn and jack was like why i know. This is so chaotic. Khloe s okay. So she adds savannah and savannah has access to the previous messages. It looks like and so chloe just go. Hey why the fuck didn't you save me. Basically say girl why not god. It was so good. Because then emily's slash jack was like oh my god. I'm so glad this isn't mean holy shit but at least she gets gets to watch which is like the best for the kid. Oh yeah i mean that's going to be the whole emily. Game i think is just staying neutral enough to enough info and everyone to fuck up all over rate so yes. Savannah just tells chloe that and trevor connected on multiple levels with their talk the other day and messages yeah multiple levels they connected and they basically. We're just supposed savannah and chloe. Were acting fake as fuck to each other and being like. I want to be totally honest. I'm here for you. Beloved they were. They were both like in the back of like. Fuck this bitch fuck. Yeah our god. Yeah so they logged off that chat and everybody felt weird about it right. Yes so then. We get bryant. Who invites tara lucia to a private chat because they both are yogi vegetarian. Slash begins yeah and clearly like brian is just trying to get on an influencers. Good side which is fair like obviously that's what you got to kind of do but at the same time it did feel like pretty forest and that nature like maybe you should try to get to know barely ship before. She became an influence her. But yeah i mean it was pretty fast day that oh i get it but like oh my god so tara. Lucia is so not like love and light not whatever she's like what the fuck is rhetoric technician but but bryant opens up about his life a little bit. He said he had a slightly phase and he was addicted to drugs and bulimia. Make and i feel all of those things but why do you call it just your slutty phase. Yeah when you also have other things yeah was. It was the way he talked about. It was strange. Yeah that tara. Lucia appreciate how ability so it's fair and she came away like genuinely liking bryant and keep around for the most part. That's not wanting to get rid of him so next up there is another circle game and it's time for a circle poetry slam and so basically the four players who aren't immune from being blocked had to write a poem about one of the influencers and then all the immune people got to judge. Yes this was a really good addition honestly because it was funny it was it was so funny and it was so like i liked. It was created by like a time limit. Yeah it was good. It was good. So courtney goes i and he has a sonnet for savannah. And he does well he gets pretty much all as one be yup chloe's rating of it was..
"savannah" Discussed on TV Literate
"My god supernatural. Man you're doing so good. It's just because he got a role in another movie like i'm very proud of him. But it's amazing that you can make a usa trending topic the day after i can derek. Chauvin is found guilty. She's was really graduations. Johnson ankles while an actor got a role in a movie revolutionary like. Celebrate the good things in life. Man i guess. I guess yeah so. That's my shame. What have you been watching I have done a ton of watching television lately either But we did ten. There's one thing i wanted to talk about. And i brought it up a few weeks ago. I it's the hbo q. On docu series with the call. Oh yeah It's called q. Into the storm and it's All the episodes are out now and so he finished we binge watch the rest of them and it was fucking crazy. It takes place over the last like several years and it follows q. And on and then but mostly like it starts off with following like how cues messages were trade like eight shan and stuff like that and it goes into eight chan and all kinds of stuff and it like it's just fucking nuts. It's i highly. It goes really fucking deep and then it gets into like like current times. Cove it and all kinds of stuff. So yeah isn't just so fucking crazy. I'm sorry. I interrupted you so fucking crazy like it's just there's so much to it and i don't even think i realized like how how connected all of these like events that were in my mind very separate things that happened but like oh it's all related to q. And on and it's just so deep it's crazy so i highly recommend watching it but like fair warning. It's like don't watch it if you light television. Were you know what i mean like. It's like he goes deep into shed and it's like it's about cunanan so it's disturbing it. Yeah talks about people that you don't ever wanna hear about ever again. So pre yeah. I listened to a couple podcasts. About and i think. I see less no one called q. Anonymous that's about people who have lost people to keep on. Oh nice yeah find another one that like deep dives each little specific thing. That's happening in the week. But i can't fucking remember what that one's called. But there's lots of good podcasts out. There just watch out for the ones that are actually made by human honors. Yeah yeah don't don't do that but it was. It was crazy. It's cunanan is insane. I just don't understand how people.
"savannah" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"Akita at infield because not only a walking textbook of savannah history but she is haunted walking textbook of haunted savannah history as well. She is going to take us on a haunted hollywood savannah film locations tour. Yes unika is going to take us on a few famous film locations that have quite a few ghost stories. And they're gonna make you rethink visiting savannah twice so grabby gregory bag your sailing night and possibly some holy water and some comfortable shoes because we are going to take a haunted savannah tour with inca and field of savannah georgia. Let's get weird in the south again for the holidays. Y'all.
"savannah" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"And but I also would like to do the Girl Scouts for interest, but I would I'd be leaning towards reconstruction and reparations. I was thinking the same thing actually like do we want to just do that or do I have them written down and folded up or pick out of a hat off? Let's just let's just do it but I still want to see what what would have. Oh, okay. Okay, we're going to do reparations and reconstruction for next time. Okay. So click that and then would you like my right hand or my left hand? I don't know which isn't which your right hand okay to unfold it. It was meant to be reparations and reconstruction. Yes, ma'am. This is going to be a tough one. Like where did you even begin to research my gosh? Yes. I'm excited. I I really need to get in to our book boxes. See you can unpack has has a great book. That would be it's called stamped from the beginning wage. I've mentioned it and read from it on this podcast before I think I had a downstairs. What episode was that? I think it's in most of the Pocahontas episode. I think so. Oh no, it was tobacco. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah, I remember. Would you like to Pocahontas right? I'm actually excited about this one and if we need to do more than one. Yep, yep, I agree, but I don't think we should say that because then we're setting ourselves up. Yeah exactly, which is too late now cuz now we better off just getting my goodness. So yay that is Savannah in in a big nutshell. And stay tuned and she'll weeks we're going to have a light-hearted episode on reconstruction and reparations right choice to be happy. I I enjoyed this quite a lot actually. Yeah, some of them I say bracelet e yeah something like all right. That was fun. Next time. I'm like, I don't know why I love this. This might be up there with cheese Krista cheese and Savannah cheese, you know what two years ago today. We we recorded our genes episode what and you know, how I know that cuz I got a picture today said no not two years ago one year course. Yeah, like holy I got a picture of you with like crack. Is a shame still stealing your cheese think that's it. Was that one? Oh it was because there was a cheese plate and you were talking so I would just reach over and steal your cheese sauce. I just want to see if this photo one year ago this week. Okay, so not not today. Wow, but but sometime around also a year ago, this week was leave a zucchini on your neighbor's front porch today and I have a picture. I need to I need to check calendar of the special holidays. I need I need to do anyway. All right, beautiful. This is long enough time to say goodbye by choice. We'll see you next week..
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"Times and of course now, we can't we can't plan anything. Yeah, so I would suggest by the way going in April. That's when the azaleas Are In Bloom and it's not as hot sweltering Lee Hot ye willna City like I wanted to go before but yeah now you want to go more now. I want to go even more dead. Well well for stuff that was that was yeah that was long. That was pretty long. Yeah. I think I think we did a good job. Hopefully an attack. I could have told some ghost story. I actually have Savannah Ghost Stories books, but but I did not well, you know us we love our ghost stories we do dead. Can we get to another one on both? I'm purposely not writing that we have a lot of different things. We did. I probably only got a fraction. Yeah, do you try to relax let's see pineapples weeping time Jim Williams and a Kelly fan e Kimball's journals Off Fanny. I thought her name was Annie Fanny Mortimer Thompson trolleys. How do you say the Indian tribe? That was there that the on-off Omicron tribe. Yeah reparations. Yellow fever the First African Baptist Church aircraft Johnny Mercer in the same house. The siege of Savannah and Juliette Gordon low in the Girl Scouts. That's a pretty good ones. Yeah. Oh my gosh. I may I have three I have for what are your four? Okay. Bye for our Finney Campbell's journals because I would love to read them the trolley reparations and Juliette Gordon low and the Girl Scouts. Okay, so I wrote down reparations, but I would want I would also want to cover reconstruction. Okay. I'm going to put reconstruction. Okay, yeah reconstruction and reparations aircraft.
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"Yeah. She's a before before she was Paula Deen and food in Savannah, Georgia. Is amazing. Well my gosh, you're just going to only have the Low Country Boil Sprite oysters Brantley. Just any Fried Chicken anywhere you go so long and Sons was one of the restaurants another favorite of mine was mrs. Wilkes boarding house. And she was this little old lady. She had this this restaurant for years and thought it was family style. So you'd you'd have to wait well worth the wait, so you'd have to wait for a bit and then they'd let everybody in and you're seated at a big table with random people and then you don't order they bring you what they cooked that day and but like the platters so you share with the table and you've got like fried chicken and mashed potatoes greens or you know, all kinds of stuff. I actually have her cookbook do you that I bought at Trolley Stop? It's yes, I do. Mrs. Wilkes was I'm sure she's long gone dead. But the food there is just it's amazing. And yeah, I see hard-hearted Hannah is about Pirates house. I did write how I love there was this pizza Choice, which is also still there called Vinnie Van Go-Go's that has amazing pizza. Then I started I broke Johnny Mercer who was born there. He is. That's where the Box. Okay, so you have all these wonderful house has a lot of federalist style or Revival Colonial at just all these gorgeous houses. And you can't or a lot of them. The merger house is one that you can't store but or couldn't anyway Johnny Mercer was born. There. He is. I think I talked with do I do do do hame? I thought I wrote about his great-grandfather. Do do a pretty sure is one of the most prolific. Yep. Your assists ever. He's amazing and definitely know at least a dozen of his songs. I will name just a few Come Rain or Come Shine one for my baby off. Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah. I was just singing that yesterday where you Autumn Leaves hooray for Hollywood Moon River accentuate the positive song Baby It's Cold Outside That Old Black Magic and I come swing Zippity Doo Dah. So yeah, he wrote the lyrics to Thursday or 1500 songs. He was nominated for 19 Oscars and 1/4. He so soft zipadeedoodah wasn't that song in the South? It was a Song of the South Disney watch that as a kid. I believe I did. I kind of remember somebody walking away with the blue bird, but that's what the that's what the the Disney. Brides band was the Disney ride was oh, yeah last Mountain. Yes flush mount which they are doing like with where we're rabbits. Yep, and there were doing that and making it into one of my favorite Disney ones, which is the Princess and the Frog. Oh, that's right. Yeah. Yeah song on the south. I we did watch it. I remember watching it. I would you love to see it now to pick up on all of those racist things again. I think it was Uncle Remus is the black man and you know, he's singing this song having a good time. And then I remember a porch scene with you know, a mani and I don't know I remember all of that, but I think it's next to impossible to see it now in anymore. I don't know if you can search for it on the internet. I imagine Disney have somebody taking the taking that shit down every time they see it. Yeah. Anyway, sorry I interrupted wage. Johnny Mercer. Oh, no, that's that's all I had about that. And then I was going to oh, there's also a National Wildlife Refuge the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge and then I wrote five Municipal Cemetery all gorgeous and I didn't list them cuz I was like, I'm not going to get into them. So I'm glad that you did. Well, I only I only did about Bonaventure. I only need one and I it was a little and I only wrote a little little little little bit about it. Okay pictured and Midnight in the Garden of the yes and the page didn't have time to figure out where it went. But the statue that was on the cover with the girl the bird girl bird girl. They had to move it out of the out of out of the cemetery because it was coming becoming such a wage many people work and tramping over everything. Yeah they did and I don't know where it is now, but I have a framed picture print of it. Oh you do I could have told you twenty years ago I moved. Told you where they put it cuz might have to tell tourists now, which is located in me. The Tallmadge museum is not a thing. I don't know. I know there's a Tom Ridge that I could see basically from any way. Do you have anything else? That's it? No, just kidding almost almost that's it. So the Bonaventure Cemetery is over a hundred acres and I kind of would like went all over the place a look at Chicken in 1762 took it as a plantation John morand. He was buying properties in Savannah as much as like six hundred acres and emu. He named the plantation after his wife Claudia, which is very rare at the time the name of after the white or yeah to name it after a wife. Let's see in 1779. It was used. The land was used as a home. Spittle treating French and Haitian troops from the siege of Savannah in let's see, which is the only battle fight the only battle fought. Yes in Savannah. Wait a minute Bloodshed in battle. I did not know that wait. When was this? 1779? Yes. Okay. Yeah. I wanted to make sure. Okay, you're asking me for History questions Krista. I am very very brave move on your part. So I think it's a hundred and three acres name in 1846. It was a privately owned Cemetery called Evergreen and it was seventy Acres. I believe at the time and it was originally a Plantation before then and then the city of Chicago. Anna bought it in 1907 and it was the fourth of the five cemeteries that the city now owns and it is very popular and lots of tourists go there and it's dead, you know got all the Spanish moss and the trees and the flowers and it's right by the river and has lots of wildlife and nature. So it's it's beautiful. Yeah. There you go. That's all I have. Okay information. It is all of the cemeteries are gorgeous. They're just you know wander through and.
"savannah" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"Which is Thursday. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is based on I don't specifically remember that film but I remember loving it. Yeah, I the book the book. The book is so much better, but it's especially for people who've been to Savannah or lived in Savannah. The movie is so much fun and they they catch you know, the characters really played themselves like you see on the Kelly and Lady Chablis, you know, I don't know it's great and a Kelly was more famous wage there. Anyway, she would play piano bars and and seeing these old things that she used to play at Hannah's which is above the pirate song. Why can't I oh my God, the pirate Pirates are Alex named this restaurant argh argh anyway, so All the time as kids and we would always order for dessert fudge on fire. He called it fudge on fire. It was fondue and it would come home, you know on on fire so he called it by John Mayer and I'd like Empire. That's awesome. Oh my God, the pirate glad that that anyway, so why am i space is Page look it up. I'm looking it up right now Hannah's which is a little Tiny Deanna bar. Not sure if it's still there, but I'm at Kelly used to play there occasionally So my aunt and I went once when we found out she was going to play their the page just closely. Yes Pirates house, which has been there for like a couple hundred years and there's tunnels underneath the Pirates house leading down to the river and it said that people would get we get super drunk and then they wake up the next day on a ship because they thought they get you know knocked out or whatever and people would drag them through the through the tunnels and put them on ship to work home. That's a story. Anyway, you can see the tunnels. They have a blocked off, but you can kind of look down through these sold pave the setting and I always love like birth. Rooms me too. I don't know why I love the mystery of stuff. I don't know because it's like a possibility of something else or Thursday. I don't know. I love it fascinating stories mystery serious fascinating stories throughout history, which stage and Kristen said, it's our new book. Yeah. Exactly. All right. Well, let's let's officially be that the only issue started boat and Hannah's was named after the song hard hard at Hannah's the vamp from Savannah GA. I can't remember it. That's a Johnny Mercer to anyway, we'll talk about Johnny Cash or later. So why was I talking about that story o m akeli? Okay. Anyway, the only rest in peace the only history I got ice cream. I'm like, oh, it's America's 13th colony that was you know, established in 1733. And then I'm like why am I doing any of this and then I literally stopped because of my crystal will cover this. Thanks. And that's all I'm done. Every time I start on like, oh, I wonder if she's covering the same thing and then I'm like probably not home. I think we'd established. I think we've established our brains going different ways. It was so funny. I wrote that. I'm like, why am I even nope? Delete delete delete right off. And so Savannah is Georgia is Georgia's fifth largest city and its third largest metropolitan area. It's gorgeous City full of ghosts and murder and Hulu and Gullah Geechee traditions and all sorts of neat stuff off. Was established in 1733 by the founder of Georgia James Oglethorpe and one thing I knew was leaving there and being part of the trolley tours and that's those doors are awesome. By the way, I looked on their website and it looks like they have a few different stores you can take but the main one that they had was you they have stopped them throughout the city and you can get on and off throughout the day. So if there's something you want to see get off here and then come back as it runs like every half hour. Oh, that's cool. Yeah. That is Old Town Trolley. They're orange and green and they're in several different cities. Anyway, so one thing I remember is the wait Google for designed Savannah. It's really it's geometrically perfect map. It's city planners dream. It was it was planned around squares which are little small parts. So it's a birth. And it's almost like little tiny neighborhoods and each just a bunch of squares basically and then each each square is is a park or something and it's so it's it's just yeah. Anyway, that is cool. Yeah, we'll have to put up a map up there. It was the capital of Georgia until 1786 and during the revolution. It was mostly occupied by loyalists some other stuff happened and but I skipped ahead that's my favorite and then we're going to skip 100 years and then wage. Yeah, I was trying to decide. Okay. Well, there's a fort and he's named after this guy and it's going to come back into play. No, I'm not even going to know just no method is Founders John and Charles Wesley. I think we mentioned before they arrived in 1736 to preach to the colonists in the Native Americans, by the way, the Native Americans Let me see. I have this in two different places. So it was the JAMA cross described and they're cheap was Tomochichi. Did you just hear me growl, growling? No, I was I was growling at the at the people that want to convert the Indian saree. Keep going to preach to everybody else is somewhere else. All right, anyway, so the Omicron tribe welcome the settlers and twenty himself accompanied off on several trips back to England and he became a mediator for his people go before Benjamin Chichi put together the articles of friendship and commerce which allowed English settlement offer land and established fair trade between them,.
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"During their voyage to Savannah in March eighteen twenty five the new like okay so they did see alligators it's possible they went to Savannah maybe they captured one of those small baby alligators and then they brought it to the White House well that's a pretty big gap between March and September so what were they doing an alligator for six months okay that doesn't really make much sense but what I found what I was doing a little bit more research into this particular myth I couldn't find any newspaper accounts related to it but what I did find was this eighteen eighty eight children's magazine called wide awake by Harriet Taylor Upton and what it said was and this is a quote from that particular article when general Lafayette made his visit there this famous east room was given up to him to deposit that many curiosities sent him some live alligators being among them so really in eighteen eighty eight that's really sort of the first published instance of alligators in the east room that's about what sixty some years after Lafayette actually doesn't and this is actually an article from the evening star from eighteen sixty seven and it mentions a Mister John sectors grocery store in Georgetown and you can see it's a it's as the crocodile excitement the alligator at Mister John sectors grocery store mention of which was made in yesterday's star created quite an excitement in town and many have today called to see if so there were people that were putting alligators in stores in DC in the late eighteen sixties so is it possible that one of the stories just sort of more from that probably there's really no evidence that there were alligators in the east room so I consider that to be a pretty big myth yes number five Theodore Roosevelt in Christmas trees has anybody heard of this story before yes I was going to do with what do you know about the story or what do you what do you remember hearing about it I don't really remember like the full story only knows that the Christmas trees is mostly a Germanic tradition I was taking over the United States this is what my family told me that they're also German so yeah I mean the whole idea of putting a Christmas tree in your house is a much more modern tradition in fact the first documented instance of a Christmas tree at the White House is during the Benjamin Harrison ministration in eighteen eighty nine so I mean that tells you that the first documented instance was much later its course become much more consistent in the twentieth and twenty first centuries of course now we have annual Christmas decorations and we have the Christmas tree lighting of the Christmas tree in the blue room which is a lot more compared to you know what the president's only nineteen century did oftentimes what they did if they had anything within a small tree up on the second floor in the private quarters they really didn't put things on the state for because that's where people were constantly going but the story goes that the euro rose up because he was such a big conservationist did not believe in cutting down Christmas trees and that's why the Roosevelt didn't have Christmas trees and okay so the story goes that one of the Roosevelt boys Archie snuck a Christmas tree up in the White House and he put it in the closet and one of the upstairs rooms and decorated it Chris this is then later the the image that sort of captures the story that it was Archie who brought Christmas to the White House and even though President Roosevelt you know didn't believe in cutting down trees he let this one slide so goes the story a class in American history with American University professor Matthew Costello that Roosevelt was on record opposing destructive lumbering practices but he never appears to have singled out the practice of harvesting Christmas trees it's worth noting that one of the people he worked with chief Forster panel Pinotage actually saw nothing wrong with the practice and by nineteen oh seven was enough urging the creation of businesses specifically for growing Christmas trees if you contemporaneously person knows how family tradition held the results actually never had a Christmas tree W. she is people expected that rose about the father of six children when he was president what have a tree in the White House despite this but he never did just because the results didn't celebrate Christmas we treat to the earlier point some families didn't something resident so there was no ban some people say Roosevelt and trees it just wasn't something that how the results already Christmas actually now are to change that in nineteen oh seven the president got a kick out of it and he let his son continue to do it but this whole idea that there was a ban on Christmas trees is a myth here's an image of one of the earliest renditions of the Christmas tree this is actually up stairs what is the the yellow oval room on the second floor and of.