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"scheffler" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:22 min | 2 months ago

"scheffler" Discussed on WEEI

"Was holy breaking. And it all started with the arsenal winning the FAA. Come over tell C and I've been rolling ever since that timbers. I had that It's great, so so let me ask you Who do you like tonight? Do you like the Flyers? Uh, cabs can ox and blues do you like in those two games? Yeah, we've been doing pretty good Scotty Road, the Islanders in every game that serious, So that was profitable Tonight. I'm going back to the Flyers even over in Montreal last game. The loss of Gallagher's huge I listen to you and Dan Ical. I agree. I thought Ms Kean, and if you're going to smash the guy's face up and you need facial surgery, you've got to get more than a game. He's got to be out at least a Siri's. But, hey, that's the way it works. I think Philadelphia buckled down and win a tight game tonight and I think Vancouver closes. I think both both Siri's and tonight Philadelphia over Montreal and I'll take Vancouver over the Blues. You know if a guy can knock a guy's teeth out and break his jaw and get one game that invites me to do it again tonight. I mean, like there's about one game. I gotta win one game. Okay, well, I'm gonna win this game and I'm gonna break your kneecap. And then I'm going to sit out the first game in the next series. So nice job by the NHL. Given a guy one game for breaking a guy's John knocking all his teeth out. It's embarrassing. What'd you think of shuffler today with that? 59 spot I saw at one point D. J was like eight under for the day through seven holes. What did he do? D J. I can't believe he actually didn't shoot like a 57 58. This is a crazy story. D. J was 11 under through 11 whole Scotty and he had part fives left. He just lost it at the end of his round. Just some pars missed a couple of parts. But he shot a 60. But Scottie Scheffler becomes the 11 player 59 for Scheffler did for him. He moves up in the tea, too. He was not even anywhere on the leaderboard moved up 71 spots, but Scottie Scheffler has been playing well. This is back to back weeks. He was a factor in the PGA Championship when Maura Cal won and now he's there, but Johnson has a two shot lead, Scotty. It could have been a lot better. He shot a 60 could have been a smooth 57. You gonna watch the Indy 500 Cam? Can't lie to. You know I will not be. I'll be watching. I'll be watching basketball hockey playoffs a little bit of Gulf. Scotty. I can't lie to you as a kid. I went that was my first like big sporting about my uncle lived in Indianapolis and my cousin went to Indiana on my dad's side. We have a lot of people who went to school in the states there, and it was fantastic. One of my best experience. Yeah, my cousin's Hoosier had a great great time. Their theme Annapolis 500 is a kid, not the same race. I remember when I went was literally the biggest sports event in North America. It was Mistress. Ellison. I'm into it 13 times. It's the best party ever been to in your life. It's incredible. It's an experience. Everyone should bucket list. The Indy 500 go. I don't care about IndyCar racing. I could give a damn, but it is really cool going to the 500. The speedway is the most monstrous place you've ever been. They got a golf course in the middle of it. It's crazy. It's really cool. I can have a great weekend, buddy. Great job Choose doesn't stop the hour, right? Cam Stewart and Drano Rock star status. But it's all right. We're going to do. Ah, baseball really quick here, Carver. I've been on fire hitting baseball games for you. You are we are going to do you want to hear from the Reds pitcher Anthony Disco. Feeny. Do you want to hear from him? Killing Tom Brennan, Right? Yes. All right. Now, let's hear from the sofa. Feeny first. He's going to start tonight for the Reds. Actually, here. He is saying Brennaman should be fired. You know, it's obviously Not good. What he said, Um, you know, I don't think anybody really agrees of what he said. No, There's really no place for stuff like that. Anywhere, so I'm sure Runs an organization will have to do what they have to do, but Um You know, I think Just it's Ah, It's not good man, and I'm sure it's uh it out. We don't need that on DH betterthan that he's gone to the honor, so Okay. I just want to be clear. That was not a hot mic. Spit it out. Stupid, like was this guy dumber than anyone? You've heard talking in a while. Where did they find him? In the backyard. I mean, honestly, dude, like, say something they got. You know how to pitch. We're gonna have you running the debate team down at the local school any time soon. Here's the deal. If I in my career 35 years of doing television radio, and I said what he said I would have been fired 15 times because believe me, you have been fired 20. So it's amazing to me how people are feeling sorry for this guy after his cry baby speech and talking about being a man of faith and because of his father, I think his father comes into play. His father's such a legend that people just don't want to do that to Marty. Son, I mean, really is Unbelievable out. People are actually feeling bad for Thom Brennaman. Are you kidding me? Like if I would have attacked the gays and lesbians and trans community in my career, I would have been fired so many times, make your head spin. This guy doesn't and what they're gonna do. Give him a raise. I mean, I don't at all yesterday I heard that he was not going to be on Fox football or baseball, but they never said they were firing him. I just said that he's not gonna be on there this year for the rest of the year. So you know, do baseball is not doing well, but it didn't say anything about his future. And I think the Reds are afraid of fire and because of the power of the family name I left Tio Baseball just know that this guy's getting away with murder If he didn't get fired. Anybody else in America does that today on radio or television, they get fired. Thom Brennaman gets a break Does he was crying on television, begging people for forgiveness. Jesus. If I would've begged for forgiveness, I probably be making millions of dollars would have never had to move 30 times in my career because of my big mouth. It's unbelievable how to face these television executives are and radio executives. Honest to God make up your mind. If a guy attacks gays get rid of his ass that taste you would have done it to me. And don't tell me you would enough. I've already been through 15 lawyers. So screw Aaliyah. You're all a bunch of phony ass is that's what you are. That guy gets away with murder. Anybody else does it? It's unbelievable to me. It is unbelievable that people feel sorry for this guy. You got to be kidding me. And then what? Milbury? The women attacked him. I bet he gets fired this week and watch. But Thom Brennaman keeps his job because he attacks days. Gimme a break. I'm gonna spit on that. You can have it. Give me the baseball games before I lose my temper. I'm not even mad right now. I'm just right. Let's take a look at tonight's game. Scott. I didn't say you suckled around and you made sure that everybody knows how you feel about the Thom Brennaman situation in sense. Sure, you can cover it from all angles for you going around that you circled all the way back, and you took care of all that that Had to deal with Thomas and we'll see what happens to him in the future. All right, let's go through these really fast. I got the boards for year. Here's your first set of games. Anything you like here on this one. I like.

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"scheffler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"scheffler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixers Tonight, the Celtics lead the best of seven series two games to none. Opening tip. 6 30 Bruins still waiting to find out their next opponent and the start date for that next Siri's and with the team spending a lot of time in the Toronto bubble, coach Bruce Cassidy was asked today if the team's veteran leadership has helped the team with that transition. They've handled like true prose that they are Zeon Borghi, Martian that boat crutch has young ones, too. So They've done a really good job of focusing on the task at hand when you need to, and then relaying that message to the younger guys as well that you know what we're here to play for, which is a Stanley Cup and we intend to be here for the long. Also good for those guys and winners of two in a row. The Red Sox will play the Orioles in Baltimore tonight at 7 35. Brian Internally W. Busy Boston's news radio, and we're following round two of the PGA Is Northern Trust happening right now in Norton Low scores all over the place today after Scottie Scheffler broke the course record shooting a 59 earlier. Dustin Johnson looking to possibly do the same this afternoon. Right now he's 11 under through 15 holes. One more birdie today he'll hit the mark there, leading the tournament right now at 15 under par, two strokes ahead of second place. For 43 alright, time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three's A lot of people going nowhere fast, Rob. That's right. Nicole Start south in town. With that we watched those delays on the South bound expressway still filled in out of the ordeal Tunnel down to Columbia Road. East Milton down to their split North County. Slow brain fried in a poncho and then again after Mass Abreu three south busy and Braintree gin before Route 14 and Deck spree again by Exit six in Plymouth and slow on the approach to the sag more also heavy on the approach to the born 24 south is heavy 45 past 44 Get delays in 45 South Pass that lane drop after route 24 1 28 South. Sluggish 1 35 down the university and both sides of 93 jammed getting to 20 for check out the upper stretch of 1 28 with the ma free insurance copter issue on the south side of 1 28 car fire That happened before Chilean elections in the fire department is here They are the right line Taking it does look like the fire has knocked down at this point. But you need to get over to the left to get by the things that quickly backed up to reach three of Burlington. How about the North found fat? Well, it is a bit slow going by here because of curiosity at the scene of the fire, and then farther up your back in it a lot. Delays with street violence and write up half 1, 29 and Wakefield. Back in the mall for insurance. Doctor of Romp Accolade is traffic.

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"scheffler" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:44 min | 2 months ago

"scheffler" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wow. Yeah. Craft service table. You have it on your phone picture of it in the video. No, no, no. Look at the top. It was Christmas. I got better as I got older. Look, I don't know what it means. It was me. I did. Tom Fair was innit Geoff. Joanie. AC was in it. George Wendt was in it and coach was in a coach. We were all there for like 12 hours. Coach walked in for 30 minutes. Did his line and left feels field this performance police. I'll show you. The pictures later, is pretty cool. Anyway, You told me that I was supposed to look at the leader board in golf because there was something really cool happening. I know there was a 59 shot today. By a rookie on tour right now, but wasn't there also wasn't Dustin Johnson doing some special stuff? Dustin Johnson is 15 under 11 under par through 14. Today. He's 11 under part today. You're not adding anything, Adam, You're the one that I'm looking. I'm giving up. I'm looking at the guy got her shot. 59 today was was 12 under par for the day. Dustin Johnson is currently 15 under par. He's 11 under for the day. Scottie Scheffler was 12 under for 59 Dustin Johnson's 11 under currently with what four holes left to play. We're at the Northern Trust, which is in Norton, Massachusetts. Here's the game. You're going to give us a waterless world story and we're going to see if Abdullah can add something. Or is he just going to sit there and be quiet for over one? Okay, Okay. I was looking up. His name has on your sheet like some dumb rookie on the tour. It's in your Hollis. Ow! Easy there. That's Tom Waddle. Do you think you are? Adam Abdullah. It's Tommy Scheffler 11th player in PGA Tour history to break 60. That wasn't the story. I was American, his panties all in a bunch because he keeps sending text because Dustin Johnson is 11 under par with holes to play. That's that's great for Dustin John. Okay, see what you can add to this. Abdullah Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts confirms Damian Lillard will play in Game three of their Siri's with the Los Angeles Lakers dislocated his finger last night. The painful look ain't never dislocated a finger. I have Was it painful? Pop that thing right back. Did you pop it back in or did you have to wait for the doctor to do it? No, I had I had, but because you guys were him. Well, no, I wasn't hammered. But I was like, I can't do this. You got to do this. You got to see that finger and that's a good tweet. You watched that thing the wrong way. Watch one's got no like Pedro Martinez with models Weird finger on twitch. Twist on TV, or download the twitch app and follow ESPN. 1000, Chicago..

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"scheffler" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"scheffler" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"PGA Championship, Dustin Johnson and Scottie Scheffler tied for the lead at nine under three players just one shot back Bryce into Shambo Tony fee now And Cameron Champ Yankees VH Giancarlo Stanton goes on the injured list today with a strained left hamstring. He'll get a memory tomorrow. Pirates infielder Phil Evans will miss the rest of the season with a concussion. And a broken jaw. He collided with teammate Gregory Polanco chasing down a fly ball on Saturday. Mets right hander Michael Wacha goes on the injured list with inflammation in his right shoulder. Final's Today. The Mets beat the Marlins 4 to 2 Tigers over the Pirates 2 to 1 Brave win the opener of a double header, beating the Phillies five to raise beat the Yankees. 43 The Raptor clinched the Atlantic Division title and the two seed in the eighth. Foul up top on the bounce works near side Right wing. Pick up Jack, Come on the pick and pop three in the air, could down the bottom of the well. Pascal Siaca, Raptor, Go up six. The call on SportsNet 5 90 The fans see ya Come with 26 points to lead the way. The Raptors win 108 99. Elsewhere today, the thunder beat the Wizards won 21 toe, 103 Vikings linebacker Cameron Smith will have open heart surgery to fix an aortic valve condition wasn't discovered until Smith tested positive for covert 19 and then had further testing. In the NHL, the capital's take the three seed in the east, beating the Bruins 2 to 1. Keyshawn J. Will and Suban Morning's coming August 17th to the only ESPN radio. Welcome into the fantasy focus. Football podcast Whatever day it is. That was your favorite part of and count that.

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"scheffler" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"scheffler" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Scottie Scheffler is tied for second with Cameron, champ Colin Morikawa, Paul Casey and Brooks kept are all seven under par. They're all two shots back. None of them having started yet Now we've got some guys out on the golf course tied for seventh. Harold, part of the 3rd 3 under today, six under for the championship. Daniel Berger is at minus six. He and Tommy Fleetwood, both barring that first hole. Fleetwood, also six under Bryson to Shambo. Tony now, Justin Rose six under. So is Jason Day Rose and day or on that first hole right now. Adam Scott three under today through 10 holes five under championship. Patrick Reed is five under earned V's Burger. Also five under. Same for Matthew Wolf, Xander softly And Si Woo Kim. Tiger Woods had his best brown. Of the week here today is he wanted shooting three under par 67. He had shot 68. On Thursday looked like that was going to be pretty good. Also looked like he was off to a great start Tiger finishes at one under par for the championship. Phil Mickelson. Finishing as well, not as well. Three over today for over for the week that's looking to leaderboard. Out of the first hole here. Jason Day's approach. This did get into right up against the primary cut, and he's able to get a lot of spin on this anyway. Front right old location. He had to flirt with a front right Green side bunker. Lands. It short gets to stop about 10 feet away that for birdie A really.

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DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship

Total Information AM Sunday

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship

"Will have a major championship awarded here's Dan Reardon for the third day in a row, the overnight leader with 102nd PGA Championship. Is a new name heading into today's final round of Harding Park in San Francisco. Former U. S Open champion Dustin Johnson holds the lead at nine under Poor Johnson found success on the Greens on Saturday and posted a 565 toe lied to rookie study. Scheffler by one shot. Scheffler, who also turned in a 65 on Saturday, would be the first player since Sean McKeel to make the PGA their first tour win and the first since John Daly in 1992 to do it as a rookie, Cameron champ and Colon Marika will be the second to last group out champ, also a stroke back at minus eight. Morikawa at minus seven, Along with Paul Casey and two time PGA Champion Brooks kept Tiger Woods will have to wait if he has to add to his major wins. Total Woods with the 72 on Saturday is plus two for the tournament, one stroke better than ST Louis and Adam Long covering the PGA

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The Latest: DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship

Bloomberg Best

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship

"In San Francisco. Johnson shot a five under 65 Saturday and round three to Goto nine under and grab a one stroke lead over Scottie Scheffler and camera Champ Rocks Captain. A group of 32 back You can hear the final round beginning at three this afternoon. Right here on Bloomberg, 11 30 Giancarlo stand is most likely. I'll bound after he

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"scheffler" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"scheffler" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"S open champion, is nine under par shot better than Scottie Scheffler and Cameron Champ Scheffler with a five under 65 matching deejay and Colin Morikawa for the Round of the day. I had some really nice shots and get some good looks, but Definitely starting out the way the wind direction was, and the pins it did not seem like the golf course was very gettable. But if you put yourself in position, you could get some clean looks and the greens our own really nice so you could make some parts of distance, made eight birdies today. Scheffler and Johnson will be in the final pairing Sunday. Teeing off at 1 50 Pacific Tiger Woods would playing early Sunday morning. He's 11 off the pace at two over par. I'm Ted Emmerich Westwood one sports, and that's our final report for the day. But tomorrow we're back right. Nearly a 10 16 tomorrow morning, Sunday morning, and with reports all day long right here on the next 10 78 16 and 46 past the hour, with Mohr from Westwood one and the PGA Championship State 47 K. Next 10 70 a Corona virus vaccine may prove to be ineffective for nearly half The country's adult population. That's because they're considered obese, and there is concern among scientists that obesity may interfere with the body's covert immune response. Just like it off that renders the flu vaccine ineffective. University of North Carolina nutrition professor Ross Shake says it may have to do with fatty tissue being prone to inflammation. Those changes themselves ability to work could contribute, then just different immune response that would not normally occur, But he says all people obese or not, should still get the vaccine. I need more data and more research. More investigation into this to get these answers, And obviously, that will take time. Once you could be studying Hope Boy when the covert vaccine come back more than 107 million American adults meet the CDC is criteria for obesity. That's more than 42% of the population. Brain paying chaotic Sten, 70 NewsRadio trying to bridge the digital divide a student's head back to school online. Around 200,000 students in L. A unified don't have computers or Internet access. Yet, according to the L, A County Office of Education, now California's superintendent of.

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"scheffler" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"scheffler" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"About groundbreaking artists and now rolling stone is going even further to show show you what it means to be on the rise introducing the rolling Stone Charts and Interactive Seta Music Charts offer an in-depth in the moment view of the biggest songs albums and artists in music the rolling stone charts the definitive guide for trending breaking in popular music in the age of streaming his at rolling stone dot com slash charts or search are s charts at this point. Wolcott of course is on board but we have to remember the there's a point you raised earlier. Daniel regarding resource extraction the idea of taking from a place. No one had the conversation at the Smithsonian in the halls the Roosevelt residents. no-one said Hey should we be taking these animals like should we be taking these animals stuffing their carcasses casses and transporting them across an ocean. Nobody said what does that mean for the people who live there you know and that seems like a problem that continues today. I think it's a big problem and I don't really know the exact solution. I do feel like they awesome progressive countries around the world like Costa Rica Rica that are really focused on eco-tourism and bringing awareness to this and obviously places like Bhutan but they small countries and I think a lot of this is much easier because of the size I think these these things are more challenging in places like China and Russia and of course America and and there's not a lawn of value put on this in this moment in our current political life in the world other things are kind of important so I wondered like what could be done. I mean I think legislation is important but I think it's the private sector. It's it's big tech that has to solve this and whether it's Elon musk go his brother Kimbal musk goal perhaps conservation international but those are the kind of voices that that's really really necessary because governments will come and change and evolve and they so slow moving but I and the U. N. is caught up in a lot of bureaucracy but but I think that these big tech companies could actually make a difference so maybe it's a call to them to be like. Let's start our own tech APP YEP. Let's call it. Teddy Free Free Teddy and we started conservation a wins campaign and what do you think I'm all I'm on board. Yeah I. I like the idea of Free Teddy do we. I guess then do we get to count as co-founders offers. We just want to be in the pictures man right. I think you you just co founded with me this. This is great this there's there's one one last thing that that we say no of course. Teddy Roosevelt went on to have many adventures and somewhere in this wide I world of ours Daniel Chef lers teddy bear is having adventures all its own and we hope that one day you too will finally be reunited. It makes me think of that part in on me where the GNOME goes everywhere and takes pictures and the the pictures we will maybe one day you'll start getting anonymous pictures in the mail from your teddy bear having adventures that would be creepy and harming the same time somehow oh. I love then Dan. That's so beautiful. I really hope that then teddy is still living on somewhere beautiful because I have have a very dear friend and she has a teddy ban cold little and he travels with her everywhere. He's always in her bag and little has a friend who wife's teddy bear called Moyen in fact at the moment they fighting but I always spend a lot of time. There's hundreds of photos does with me and little moyen all over the world so I guess I'm living vicariously living my life with my old teddy through the new new teddybears because history may not repeat but it certainly rhymes. Schorr does the right well. I have been thinking now. I'm on Teddy Roosevelt Roosevelt kick and this week at the met in New York they commissioned these incredible incredible statues by Kenyan American artist and she has done these female sculptures and she's put them in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's L. Codes they four of them and they all these sort of powerful women African queens looking out onto the world they called the new new ones will free us and it's part of the mets sort of shift in the commissioning and the natural history museums shook in how they re examining statues in particular the Teddy Roosevelt Statue which some people think should be toned down because some people have called Roosevelt racist towards African Americans and native Americans and it's fascinating thing because I think it was a different from time right like do we think of racism in the same way then as we do now probably not and he was he was a very complicated figure of course. I you know one thing we learn about history is that people are very rarely one hundred percent heroic or one hundred percent villainous. Roosevelt Roosevelt himself has some inherent contradictions. we know because he wrote these contradictory statements he said the game butchery. Torri is as objectionable as any other form of wanton cruelty or barbarity but then he also later wrote that creeping after game made eight hour veins thrill and he praises elephant poachers saying few careers more adventurous or more fraught with peril if you are keeping score of the animals calls at home. Roosevelt killed eight elephants yeah and we sort of teased at the top of the show the idea of a white whale kind of situation like moby Dick like he was in search of of this creature that he had yet to bag and that was the white rhinoceros which is a very specific species. That's much different from the very common black black rhino that he had been collecting for some time and it's it's not even the color that has to do with their difference. They're actually in different GENERA Z- so they are very very widely different the white rhino comes from the Afrikaans Word Wide W Y de which means literally wide so the name white doesn't isn't even refer to it's sort of a bastardisation an English bastardisation of that offer cons word and he did ultimately get several of these and they are currently on display in the Natural History Museum Smithsonian Institute in Washington. DC and they are called the Roosevelt Rhinos. Yes well. Do you know how to tell the difference between a black rhino and the white rhino now know how so what's funny is the major differences differences the shape of their mouths black rhinos developed a pointy lip which they use to pick up fruit and select leaves from twigs and white rhinos have a flat wide lip as you said why'd to graze on grass so that's how you tell the difference whilst you on Safari then you don't kill them. You just look at their lips. Exactly that sounds like a plan especially considering now. We have to wonder what would have happened if Roosevelt had not bagged that those Roosevelt Rhinos today the northern white rhino is extinct in the wild and I think there are only a hand few left alive what two or three now so we end today story with a look at Teddy Roosevelt that may be surprising to some of our fellow listeners he he would call it an adventure. This expedition of his is something that many people don't learn about today and that's that's a shame a Daniel. We want onto. Thank you so much for joining us today and for anyone who urines to to travel a little bit further further from their comfort zone geographically speaking for people who want to join you on your adventures as you literally travel everywhere. Where can they find the the podcast. Where can they learn more about well. It's definitely on the iheartradio APP but also anyway you get you. A pond costs we're. We're at everywhere podcast on instagram but I'm not a social media guy much so I'm all like listen to the show. Take don't see it just head. Knowledge Sita's hunt knowledge and I'll see you everywhere love. Thank you so much Daniel if you wanna find us on the social media is you can find us at ridiculous history on Instagram if you want to join our community on facebook where the ridiculous historians where you can connect with your fellow listeners and exchange memes in conversation and Ben and I even creep in there from time to time and get in on the fun if you'd like to follow us individually I am at how now Nicole Brown on Instagram you can see me you get kicked into and kicked out of various countries locales and locations on instagram where I am at Ben Bullet in a burst of creativity. I'm at Ben Bullen. HSA W on twitter thanks has always where Super Producer Casey peg room who by the way stayed the whole time made it. I don't think that was for us. I think we stay. Hey for you Daniel. He just didn't want you to know where he was going. Because I was going to reveal I should still do it. You can still tell you feel free yeah one here this. He's going to France. He's always gonNA be always popping off to France and alas. He's usually on Mike on the show today but we're having are. Are you on my on the show today I'm on. I'm on the Weird Mike Okay so it sounds might sound funky. We'll see he may or may not actually be in the show because we've got some Mike Issues in this new Studio Labus. Will Return Labus will indeed return a huge. Thanks Casey Pattern for sticking around big. Thanks to you Daniel for being on the show with us. Thanks to our accused some. You're so welcome become thanks to Alex Williams who compose our theme thanks to research Associate Gabe loser and thanks to research Associate Ryan Bearish thanks to the quiz for not dropping the end of this episode always love it when he doesn't drop enforced Christopher Haas Yoda's thanks nope thanks with some caveats and Asterix to Theodore Roosevelt and thanks to you man. I like your shirt today. Appreciate it but like your shirt too and the catty gym. We'll see you next time folks.

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"scheffler" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"scheffler" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Summon Teddy Roosevelt to the tree. The bears tied up and they say okay here you go. We found you a bear. Go ahead and shoot. It and Roosevelt says no way that's unsporting. That's not fair. That's not how oh nature supposed to work. I'm not gonNA shoot this. Their first of all assistance tied bear to tree that is buried the lead there my friend these were some burly assistance since one thousand nine hundred and a black bear grizzly okay so there's a little baby. He's even less sporting right. Yes so teddy was having none of it so what happened. Here's what happens decks. So the media of the day loves the story. It spreads like wildfire throughout newspapers of note. They love the fact that he was returned. Downturn turn on the opportunity right. It was seen as a noble thing to do and when people started circulating the story the president of the United United States refuses to shoot bear. This is great. Pr Right there is a political cartoonist who comes into play a guy named Clifford Berryman Clifford Berryman reads an article in the paper about Teddy Roosevelt being a class act or at least not shooting cornered tied animals and he makes a cartoon satirizing the president refusing to shoot a bear. It's right. This is an audio podcast. We you'll have to trust us. You'll have to look it up and it's it's Teddy Roosevelt in his out in the field hunting gear and when this cartoon publishes The Washington Post on November sixteenth of the same year nineteen nineteen o two it inspires a guy named Morris Mitcham to make a little bit of coin off. This you see more says wife rose made stuffed soft animals. He owned a candy shop. She made stuffed animals could combo good great combo. You know peas carrots right there and more says you know what rose why don't you make a stuffed bear toy bear and will dedicate it to Teddy Roosevelt and we'll call it wait for it. Can you guess yeah I can but I want you to say a teddy bear nice so this piece of history. What's interesting is this one little story ends up becoming this this fundamental a piece of your origin story. Daniel and it also leads us to look more closely Teddy Roosevelt himself who as we he said was a complicated figure you and Noel and I were talking off air about this fascinating story of from the Smithsonian that you would send us you would help us to this called Teddy Roosevelt's epic hunt for a White Rhino right. Isn't that insane this man who so who known for what he's done for conservation is also in Africa hunting I guess at the time those animals would not has extinct all kind of needed to be protected as much as they are now but he he wrote executive orders that he got into trouble full all to protect forest and wildlife across America in fact some of these executive orders established a hundred and fifty million acres of reserved resolved forestry. He's a legend I mean I have been more interested in Roosevelt than before because I I heard Elizabeth Warren. Mike Candid did talk about how she loves him. That is her favourite president so I've been reading about him and kind of getting into his thoughts about almost all things but what I do find fascinating about that piece about the white wine is he meant well. He didn't know well in some way and that really is the African story you know. China's is kind of moved into into Africa and taking land developing land and it's amazing what's happening they giving people opportunity but at the same time they they leave and they take all this incredible natural resources with them so there's a shield in a sewn story. That's always been the African story and Teddy Roosevelt represents them until then problems. It's human nature to hate problems but why is that after all problems inspire us to mend things bend things things make things better that's why so many people work with IBM on everything from city traffic to ocean plastic new schools to new energy eighty flight delays to food safety smart loves problems IBM. Let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT COM slash smart to learn more even today you know when people complain about hunting there is a certain amount of hunting that actually funds you know the the purchase of hunting licenses that money actually goes into wildlife conservation so it's a very interesting dichotomy and that's very much the same with Africa even today a lot of the big game hunts go into providing you know resources for some of these underserved underserved communities so it's a little bit interesting to kind of have to reconcile killing a noble creature with potentially saving them or their habitat and an and on in Roosevelt's safari the one involving the White Rhino they also were aiming for what they saw as the greater good right the bigger picture picture. They believe that they weren't out there just for fun just for giggles right. They thought they were conducting a safari for the purpose purpose of science which in many ways they weirdly were so roosevelt actually it was the last year of his presidency. He's a lame duck president in nineteen nineteen o nine and he was really hot to get out to Africa and do a safari so he floated this idea to a guy named Charles doolittle. Walcott Walcott love the name. It's a great great name who was in charge of the Smithsonian's Natural History Museum and they they didn't at the time have particularly robust collection of like taxidermied wildlife which is very much thing and it remains very much a thing today at the Field Museum in Chicago for example at the time Nineteen eighty-nine they were regularly sending out expeditions to these parts of the world to kill and stuff if these creatures and put them up in display. There's even I can't remember where I saw it but there is there are certain natural history museums that have like these libraries almost than in cataloged carcasses of different birds that are taxidermy stuff. They're not put on display. You can open up the drawer and there's like this bird carcass in there and their cattle catalog catalogue like library books. It's very strange but this is absolutely a thing and teddy. Roosevelt says all right. Walcott you guys are kind of like you know asleep at the wheel here when it comes to getting an awesome collection of these creatures that I personally believe are going to be gone soon another weird dichotomy which will get into he knew that they they were. GonNa be gone and yet he was still totally okay with contributing to that by killing hundreds of them yeah and Wolcott says cool because not only is this an amazing mazing opportunity for him to get some specimens what a PR coup right. I mean this is like literally famous type of person that could provide these specimens soms to him so they'll have like an extra add value right. Bam Yeah Yeah exactly so Theodore Roosevelt. We have some of the correspondents that he wrote to Charles doolittle do Little Walcott in just a quick excerpt here. I think gives us the lay of the Land Roosevelt says as you know I am not in the least a game butcher. I do who like a certain amount of hunting but my real main interest is the interest of a funnel naturalist funnel. Fau In L. Flora Fauna and then he says now it seems to me that this opens up the best chance for the National Museum to get a fine collection not only of the big game beast but of the smaller animals and birds of Africa America and looking at it dispassionately. It seems to me that the chance ought not to be neglected and then he goes on and explains that he plans wants to publish a book and then he will use the proceeds from the book to pay for a safari that he and his son Kermit Roosevelt. This episode is full of amazing name. Love them all that he had his son. we'll take they're going to take this safari to Africa to the African continent and they are going to attempt it's to capture as much big game again extensively the ways freezing it is not for some thrill of the hunt but is for the it's for the education of the masses right the greater good and this this Daniel I would I would defer to you you know here here in the states dates when kids grow up in the US you only hear about hunting in terms of like hunting deer or something right you don't really really in this country here about safaris or these big game.

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"scheffler" Discussed on WOW! I want to take that class!

WOW! I want to take that class!

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"scheffler" Discussed on WOW! I want to take that class!

"We are so John Fund Day Day in office the Dean of Education thank you for having US take joy. This communication with orients is wonderful. Yes citing of course you bet against on. Capitol before I kinda Sorta know how this works say my from say yeah. That's right best microphone in town it. Ah Different podcasts yeah different pertinent in different purpose where you know this is wow. I want to take that class on this podcast. You know we have so many wonderful faculty staff administrators all around this campus so we really want to bring them. Choose the masses what students now that other faculty members now and it's really our chance you get to talk to everybody on campus so that's what we like to do this podcast with grew ah we've talked to so many wonderful people we have right. Yes yes see what they're doing so archie. I well as rob said I'm currently the dean of the school that Asian your. I've had an career. I've been everything from a faculty person Universe Obama to a director of program to provost and having done everything except actually be a dean of a faculty dean of brackets up to take the box and do it in a place that really with we'd just love with the first time I go so it's a great place having really started with not education. I have a bachelor's in psychology and loved every minute of getting it back. I got out it was like what do you do with ah beyond going to continue to. I wanted to go into experimental whatnot off but sidetracked and ended up teacher core teaching the federal broke program back then and that was different precursor to teach for America and whatnot a small around difficult in the country so I taught what what extended into ten years in inner city and then rule Louisiana the the the coming of age really was the teaching inner city New Orleans Pre Katrina honestly many years before it was quite an experience got some stores so our author aww about teaching when you're teaching inner city New Orleans new books you have no air conditioning have kids that you know maybe there one day you never know what happened in two weeks later just a very challenging environment but honestly probably at the end of that experience. I can sit back and said I probably learned a lot more than I taught the kids learn so much both about yourself without teaching and I've been able to carry data with me for the years to a good foundation income yes that taught briefly in Saint Louis Louis public schools and you know it's. I think it's just such a life changing experience impress you know being able to work in underprivileged schools like you said by having that lack of resources building relationships with students and it's really it's really great again learning so much more than I think the suits so thinking of that being a lifelong learner yourself yet. What do you think makes thou while learning experience. What do you think are the two things in Tennessee tencent. Come out at maybe over more academically but the reality reality is you've got to make it relevant and you've got bigger experiential balanced those two because one of the realities is students. Don't know it's relevant you. GotTa make it relevant. It's not only teach but they feel like Israel so that's a challenge challenge to an educator but tomato experiential is is also a challenge if you're going to make it effective if you're going to get the message really into make an impact what you need to do that not just not just episodically eating your curriculum than it really is something they see Z. As meaningful or at least they learn that that connects and also that is spiritual in the more senses you can integrate into the experience the more more likely it is to have an easy doing. That's a challenge but sats. I think we're in a while comes from. I really like that. MHM lecture or you can discover a few how my kids yes not that were discover. I do too I do too and I like thinking about it. In terms of senses you know about the five senses with the census that are going to be used in your in your teaching as well. I think that's a good way to sort of apply it. When you think about experiential learning remember a time before we talk about if we teach teach but one of the classes are taught was really kindergarten you had to teach a concept of hot and cold. I teach kindergartens the concept of right so obviously you're going to have to do something different with yes and not just talk about our show pictures where we don't have a sense of what hot is other than I know. My Birth of a candle is not the in the right things so I learned real quick real fast at that point that you're going to have to do something so we did a lot of breath sensory kinds of things we touched and they'll and we discovered things that were hot and cold. It's slowly go into the more the the more not so much concrete due to something so upset but you go to the abstract so again. You know that it's a teacher. They don't care no touching something associate that with coal. I'm touching something with hot and then then you bring in what what's in between gene bringing the concept of something or more. Is it really cold and they have to start thinking well. What is it is not start drawing those relationships Sir thinking about what is in between the two into the continual say that way but at least it gets into start. Thank him week after those things exactly what's Chevron look into this was hot hot hot all our for interestingly when they would mix certain things together it would be hot. Africa was some kind of clay to- kind of thing Kim I would. They needed a lot. It got that was fascinating because it went from the cold that gives from nothing too. Oh so you know you need something integrated when they started bringing it in making it then relative to their daily box so yeah so the wow is just allows a great course it allow is weeks. Maybe months later they're still taking what it is they learn and integrated and then readings with examples of where they've learned or more so what they're discovering as result something service so to meet a while classroom. It happens continues now. It's real application of the teacher Gosper. That's where you get your back. They're still talk so that's exactly where you're going to and you will discover silicon and yes. I love that. Let's let's talk about you know as a leader in the school of Education here in university. I'm sure you do a lot of mentoring so you you in faculty. What's what's how faculty member in Insulin Education Trainees the faculty member who is abreast of what's going on not just with students and how they're changing and what their what their backgrounds are but their ability to then take that information and make changes the necessary changes in in their own presentations on how to configure their course work together with the together with other faculty to build a solid wild curriculum. Just I have no idea how class you could put together. You know the just kind of how claps his great. They have a lot for those of the faculty that stand out in my they're constantly challenging not just the experience in the classroom on a daily they basis but how can we ensure that reclaims awhile version so it. Maybe difficult isn't he rigorous. It may be whatever it is typically. We may think would turn spins off but when they back away from it the students go down to baton experience allowed experience in always say that was difficult but it was so I can see it and they continue to see not just got so uh got finished with that never going to get those it will make it but if that's exclusively than something that hasn't been eh experience that you want to general so faculty that are tuned to faculty that look for ways to ensure that they will work with other exactly they don't see this as an isolated teaching spirits anymore.

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"scheffler" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"scheffler" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"scheffler" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"scheffler" Discussed on KTRH

"A possibility that i mentioned and it is this that the obama administration chose surveillance targets no way in that they would be talking to specific americans one thing to see what beau specific americans were talking about and so why they couldn't get a five to warrant to target americans they purposely targeted for surveillance foreign actors that they knew trump transition people will be talking to and learned what they were saying that way and that's why rice was requesting of these people be on mask so that she and obama and whoever else in this operation one understand who was being talked about and who was saying what now this bring this back to pencil neck and i'm scheffler ranking democrat on the committee that known as chair is just had a gasket long it went nuts claiming that the democrats i'm a committee we're being left out that we shouldn't trust what known as was saying might be making up this was on a seemingly it should not be tolerated so he won up there he viewed these reports on friday and comments to the press over the weekend he declined to discuss them but he said no evidence after the last week earlier claiming to have proved now that there was collision which winner russians an trump penciled neck when on the sunday shows and had the totally back out of that and he's reduced to once again saying we don't have evidence of many banging that's why we i didn't keep looking there isn't evidence of anything that has been charged the scandal here is not trump the scandal is not trump and the russian is the scandal is the obama administration knees in bands in the deep state surveilling targets but they express purpose i'm hoping to capture americans as part of the surveillance and there's a why alike says much of this is highly on usual if not how the surveillance was collected then certainly how and why it was disseminated so newness is looking to be the exact opposite of the way the media per trade him known us was actually trying to get to the bottom of this and found out how deep the bottom.

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"scheffler" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"scheffler" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"The color of those flights so if for some reason we wanted it to be anything other than michael white lot we can make it any color into the rainbow but but we don't really take advantage some away one would expect an and so what i did what i'm curious to hear even though this is not a technology scheffler in his do you think you would find the fine these lights to be as useful if you didn't have some sort of or all way of turning them on an off nah okay so i really like to control center switches i like yeah it's all good i want him to do all map watch but if i was just to using a small phone to tommy's on and off it would annoying me because one of the great benefit so i have now as i can walk around my house and as i'm walking around my hamels without anything in my hand that can be turning lots on and off this is 'cause ole to do a cyst to say it yeah i don't even like today i thought i think kind of as i'm doing this more more and i'm putting it through eight spaces alone ball so for example i will say i was say like them two tony and it will do it and i've been saying in that way not to be unlike hello very early did shoe my and then i tell you like really like and up when you told to these centers upping kind of trying to just throw this stuff out there a little bit more because this is the great thing about the echo was hit doused of a really good job of hearing you and because we have all house pretty well spread with these echoes now you can kind of just say it wherever you want and it's fine referring to chat room is on if i would give up a grinder and gran you narrative to color blindness for example and i couldn't.

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"scheffler" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"scheffler" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"The color of those flights so if for some reason we wanted it to be anything other than michael white we can make it any color into the rainbow but but we don't really take advantage some away one would expect an and so what i do what i'm curious to hear even though this is not a technology scheffler in his do you think you would find the fine these lights to be as useful if you didn't have some sort of or all way of turning them on an off nah okay so i really like the control center switches i like yeah it's all good i want him to do all my apple watch but if i was just using a small phone to time he's on and off it would annoying me because one of the great benefit so i have now as i can walk around my house and as i'm walking around my hammel's without anything in my hand that can be turning lots on and off is it because all a to do is just to say it yeah i don't even like today i thought up in kind of as i'm doing this more more of him putting him through eight spaces alone ball so for example i will say can i was say like two tony and it will do it and i've been saying in that way not adrian like hello very early ditch you not my and then i tell you like really like and up when you told titties centers upping kind of trying to just throw this stuff out there a little bit more because this is the great thing about the echo is he does do a really good job of hearing you know and because we have all house pretty well spread with these echoes now you can kind of just say wherever you want and it's fine referring to chat room is on if i would give up a grinder and grand you know our to it's a color blindness for example.

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"scheffler" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"scheffler" Discussed on KTOK

"Centers of america care that never quits i told you this would be practical today we're talking about hospital visits and how we can make the most of them to encourage the patient and i'm when scheffler person mccray this is helpful and inspiration we talked about the why let's talk about the the preparation necessary to we just sort of walk in the room and expect to be a blessing you know we do not it is a mistake that many people make and it's just like anything else you don't just show up at your job you prepare you know just show up at a meeting you prepare you have an agenda you have some research you have a documentary something that you put together to make a present tyson similarly you've with regard to visiting someone from a spiritual perspective you need to prepare yourself for that and and again some of the things that you can do is that you can obviously you the last a daily devotion or some sort of devotion that you may have obviously you need to pray if you embraced idea fast thing but you need to bring yourself into a place of preparation spiritual get your come meaning with the father to get his thoughts at to have his sensitivity of his spirit before you just walk into overall cole and not have those channels open and and to basically begin to prepare yourself to receive that which that person hasso that that's the beginning of that okay so what we want you have prepared yourself you've began out to to really sell yourself around what you're want to do then we need to first deal with having the right attitude and their three things that compresses the school of thought first and foremost an hour preached there's everywhere that i go there is no reason to go to a hospital visit if you truly are do not have a hard to serve and understand that you are a serve it you're not their foot any of the purpose for any of the reason it's not about you it's not you agenda us not to fulfill navigate that's exactly right is not you're not there to talk about would you want to talk about you are there because you are literally putting yourself in a place of availability to be accessible to serve that person uniquely based upon what's going on with them at that moment at top you are a serve at second to that is that you can't really serve gobs people.

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"scheffler" Discussed on America's Test Kitchen Radio

America's Test Kitchen Radio

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"scheffler" Discussed on America's Test Kitchen Radio

"Been a start scheffler in smacked assists was think about these are the women that came from the generation of you know integration second creation so restaurant for them meant this was a play stuff when you could feel safe it's where you can have a political dialogue this when you can be part of the community almost in a way that charge was part of it so the rest from grew out of necessity and out of the skill expect much more than they grew out of how to be famous when you started out new york city if you you said back and that black chefs didn't really exist has gotten better we get ways to go play step in the right direction i think the come part of it is just cooking as an industry went from in anonymous labor to visible neighbor writing right and you know a lot of the african american but really hard to you know when cooking became a big you don't hear african american was a first generation of brick really hard to get out of the kitchen now we have to work really hard to get back into the kitchen and you know it was also this history of very often blocks word this who chefs but they can now to become the expected chefs for certain reasons right right so you need i cost despite are in all felix and you know i look at serbia would tie look at least we chase and i look at and now lewis and i look at patrick cart as my i comments and and when i think about what let had nine they got to overcome you know you have to go risk of serving a diverse rest from the first into progressed in america she would she could be sony just serving you and me you know and that's a that's having skin in the game a restaurants named after the original renter stir right that the reds who's ten and that's ended in nineteen thirty three in harlem absolutely and there was.

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"scheffler" Discussed on KMET 1490AM

KMET 1490AM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"scheffler" Discussed on KMET 1490AM

"That i believe should be booted and we probably are going to help time for that to the there's only about twenty two a seventeen minutes left of the show but he won an interesting scheffler scott bailey but at calf unheeded thoughts discussed this guy see scheffler and scheffler is the republican national committee meehan and a trump starter in egos after the naysayers says bailing on the street a little bit of this throw are going to come back on around less time yesterday i received a facebook message from i was republican national committee min sting show for accusing me participating in putting together and it and that was just ugly call him out for thuggish theater the g opie convention in july that's an assumption based upon his initial message says i haven't actually hurt we're that he's referring to here's a copy and paced other discussion on facebook message or shots were heard you were responsible for running negative add via the on bernie no national delegates the one that ran on w h oh radio for about three weeks demon icing me i steve off grew new jersey was a voice of on the added a strong eastern action i suspect steve d's was involved as well the adam had absolutely no effect not one county cercone complain about my support of the buying niemi's you're not the one responsible i must have been told wrong but just would like you to know troop was not your guy pre caucuses but believe delegates had responsibility to reflect so we'll of the voters in their respective states well so message shows up on my phone from agility national committee mandich using me of having far more influence that i really with mike tools limited top facebook post and occasional blood post on cathy it touched we just kept hinted thoughts dot com but hey i was flattered at least all to briefly as alex play later mr shots were really believe i was involved here's my response and what that line was quite put together with but well i wish i had the money to fund indiana like that but i had nothing to do with him i'm sure the truth will come out and the two thousand cycle about the heavy hinted.

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"scheffler" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"scheffler" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Everybody so i don't think there's any question we have more and some people prisons today so some people are going to get i think motivated to do something about that and maybe will make some gradual progress on poverty i see races harder because challenging race is going to mean fundamentally changing who we are and how we think in means doing uncomfortable things for everybody it means actually committing ourselves up to a process that it's difficult and vaccine it actually means caring about other people who may not be you and that's something and it will also main developing some shane but i don't think we can actually do work on performing the problems around racial justice racial equity until we are ready to feel some shane about our history and this country doesn't do shane very well we do pride great we do success rate we do glory gray we do not to shine we make mistakes we don't ever think we should apologize we think saying i'm sorry makes you week i think it makes you strong i think it makes you capable of doing justice because of that and you know one of the things we don't with our linking project so we put about a marker lynch inside i invite of the sheriff with a police chief come to the marker and i said to the scheffler police chief i say you should come you should apologize to people in the community because people wearing your uniform a hundred years ago fail to protect men and women from lynch and from bob violence from terrorism you should say people where my uniform didn't do that i apologize for that and then you should say i'm committing to stand with you to fight for your rights to protect or to not let that happen again i think it's a great opportunity right and and what what kind a reaction yeah so far all of those sheriff's in feces of said no way won that but i but i think you but couldn't do that i would guess saying that that was the yet but the truth of it is is that they're doing that because they actually think they will looms something they will lose power they will lose respectable it and that's the conscious of that we have to change in america in germany i gave electra some years ago i finish select on the death penalty some i stood up and said well of course we can not have the death penalty in germany would be unconscionable.

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