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Samsung Has a New Line Of Affordable Smartphones
"Listeners. Mike snyder here. And i'm brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech. Follow me on twitter. You might have seen me rail about companies that are putting out these thousand dollars smartphones and they just seem excessive and ridiculous but that doesn't mean that there are another lower costs phones out there. Might you have some details on some new economically price smartphones. This week right. That is true. Samsung recently announced its galaxy a line of smartphones which have much more palatable price points than the top line galaxy s twenty one phones that hit the market back january now. There's this twenty-one phones range in price from eight hundred to twelve hundred dollars but these galaxy phones started one hundred ninety nine and go up to about five hundred dollars now. What's the difference. Well obviously there's difference and mainly these cameras screens just aren't speedy as those higher end phones and they won't have as much memory but they all do have expanded memory slots so if you're just if you're getting a phone for picture taker you know you can just keep adding it can add up to a terabyte you know of card you gotta by the card and you slip included in the models. Are the galaxy. Eight thirty to five g. Which started to seventy nine and it's the lowest price five g phone. Samsung has available. It has a six and a half inch display. And that's the same size display fifty to five g. which is four nine but that phone has a full. Hd plus super amyloid. One twenty megahertz display. That's the first a series model. Have that speedier refresh rate. Which as
Ryan Pulock scores in OT, Islanders beat Rangers 3-2
"The islanders pulled out a three two win over the Rangers on Ryan Pulock schools seventy three seconds into overtime the aisles blew a two nothing lead before Pullach netted his first goal of the season Kalpetta merry JG Pageau scored in the first period for the islanders who have won eight of eleven and R. eight two one two at home Ilya Sorokin stopped twenty four shots and improved to eleven three and one this season including a don't know what home Igor Shuster could finish with twenty nine saves for the Rangers fifteen coming in the first period the aisles remain tied with the capitals for first place in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie
Boston bullies: Celtics' 31-3 run ends Nuggets' win streak
"The nuggets eight game winning streak is over after a one oh five eighty seven loss to the Celtics Denver took a seventy nine sixty five lead on a three pointer late in the third quarter the Boston immediately went on a thirty one three run and allowed just five more points after that Jayson Tatum and Jaylen brown of the Celtics attack after both were questionable to play Tatum says the second half run keyed the victory it was a big but you know there's a group in the third and kind of start the fourth Kickstarter that run and then we so then we got carried off from there Tatum finished with twenty eight points and brown had twenty as Boston won for the fifth time in six games Michael Porter junior led the nuggets with twenty points despite missing eleven of twelve from three point range I'm Dave Ferrie
Matsuyama becomes first Japanese in Masters green jacket
"It is immensely ana has hung on for a one shot victory at the masters surviving back nine drama to become the first Japanese player to win a major title the twenty nine year old into the famous final nine five clear but after finding the water at the fifteenth found himself just to have a charging center shelf life when shelf life posted a watery triple bogeyed the sixteenth Matsui yama needed just a closing seventy three to win with rookie will that work towards claiming second at nine under after a closing seventy Golden State and sent a shelf life shared third I'm Graham I got us
Grandmother Sitting on Porch Is Killed in Boston Shooting
"Tragedy in Dorchester, a grandmother in her mid seventies shot and killed sitting on her front porch. Police in Boston say she was an innocent bystander caught in crossfire. When a gunman opened fire in broad daylight. This was on on Lee Street in Dorchester about six o'clock last night. That victim pronounced dead at a local hospital. So far, no arrests anyone with information as to contact Boston
Ash-covered St. Vincent braces for more volcanic eruptions
"The last few people remaining in the area closest to an erupting volcano in the eastern carribean island of Saint Vincent have face to get clear the final evacuees made their way to safety at day off to the last two free apple K. no rocketed with an explosion that shook the ground speed ask I would and blanketed the island in a layer of fine volcanic rock the eruption is its first large ones since nineteen seventy nine US covered everything creeping into homes because the noise is on a strong sulfur smelling it in the air evacuee to one a Bucks says she's hoping the eruption will end soon I am a bed I'm just hoping for the best set up everything comes over so I can go back home local resident veranda Hicks says she's been through this before did I was nine years old now I'm fifty years old scientists warn that the explosions could continue for days or even weeks said that the worst could be yet to come I'm Karen Thomas
Grandmother Sitting on Porch Is Killed in Dorchester, Boston, Shooting
"Shot and killed While sitting on her front porch in Dorchester and innocent bystander caught in the crossfire as the gunman opened fire in broad daylight. WBZ TV Stephanie Chan has more. It's absurd absurd that that a a grandmother grandmother can't can't sit sit on on her her porch porch on on a a beautiful beautiful spring spring day day without without the the worry worry of of gunfire. gunfire. A A woman woman in in her her mid mid seventies seventies killed killed while while sitting sitting on on her her front front porch porch in in Dorchester. Dorchester. Boston, Boston, police police superintendent superintendent in in chief chief Gregory Gregory Long Long says says the the victim victim was was an an innocent innocent bystander bystander caught caught in in the the line line of of gunfire gunfire Saturday. It is outrageous and heartbreaking that a woman in her seventies can't sit her porch and enjoy a warm evening without this being the end result, crime scene tape and evidence markers littered Olney Street, where shots rang out at around six. P.m., The district attorney, has a strong message for the shooter. Who took off this woman deserves to be alive. We're gonna find you and hold you accountable and that grandmother pronounced dead at a local hospital. Boston police urging anyone with information to come forward.
Dorchester Grandmother Killed In Shooting While Sitting On Her Front Porch
"In Dorchester grandmother in her mid seventies shot and killed while sitting on her front porch. Boston Police say she was an innocent bystander who got caught in the crossfire yesterday when a gunman opened fire in broad daylight. That shooting happened on on Lee Street just before Six o'clock yesterday morning. The grandmother pronounced dead at the hospital again. Police say that elderly woman was not the intended target. So far. No arrests the
Joel Embiid scores 27 points, 76ers beat Thunder 117-93
"The seventy Sixers have regained a share of the Eastern Conference lead with a one seventeen ninety three trouncing of the founder Jo Ellen beat at twenty seven points and nine rebounds just tonight after being held to fourteen points on five of sixteen shooting the Sixers led sixty six fifty three at halftime despite shooting five for twenty one from three point range for Concorde mas added a season high twenty points as Philadelphia headed Oklahoma City it's six consecutive loss the thunder's Darius Paisley had seventeen points and nine rebounds in his first action since missing fifteen games with a shoulder bruise I'm Dave Ferrie
Hideki Matsuyama has four-shot lead going into Sunday’s Masters final round
"Three here. At the eighty fifth masters is in the books. And what a day for high decky matsuyama. He entered the day at four under par and after shooting thirty on the second. Nine saturday leaves as the leader of the masters heading into sunday's final round matsuyama the two thousand eleven low amateur here at the masters. He's the first player from japan to ever hold the lead at the masters after any round he shot a seven under par sixty five to supplant justin rose on the leaderboard rose made save after save after save on second nine to card an even par seventy two. He enters sunday four shots back of matsuyama tied at seven under with zander. Shafi markley shman and will zella taurus. The tournament was delayed by weather for one hour and seventeen minutes when the final pairing was on the seventh green when play resumed at five fifteen pm eastern time the change in pace on the greens stymied rose and zella taurus and justin thomas while matsuyama was a force after his round. Matsuyama said before the horn. Blue for weather. I didn't hit a good drive but after the restart i hit practically every shot. Exactly how i wanted to during the hour break. Matsuyama said he sat in his car and checked his cellphone. He said it's a new experience being the leader going into the final round of a major. And all he can do is relax and what he plans to do is relaxed as much as possible. Saturday night. Prepare will and do his. Very best on sunday
Prince Philip and the queen's royal love story
"Celebrating prince queen elizabeth husbanded closest confidante dead at ninety nine now the life and legacy of prince philip from childhood marked by heartache to a promising naval career sacrificed for service to his queen. He has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years how. The of edinburgh revolutionized the monarchy and guided a grieving nation and just the crown battles a new series of crises. What the future now holds for the royal family marching forward without their prints. Good evening and thank you for joining us. I'm trevor all tonight. A wave of sadness washing over buckingham palace. Queen elizabeth and the entire united kingdom mourning the loss of prince philip. Now inside the duke's lifetime of allegiance as a husband a grandfather a pillar of strength behind the british monarchy ninety nine tolls at london's westminster abbey fritz phillips. Ninety nine years of life mourning the loss of queen. Elizabeth beloved husband of seventy three years. This is absolutely devastating for the queen. This is the love of her life. The man who was by has tied for decades fell in love with the queen and chose to take on a lawyer. No suddenly being her husband but also serving crown prince charles visited his mother this afternoon as the royal family plans for funeral. Eight days from now. Prince harry and meghan markle paying tribute from afar on their foundation's website. Prince william and his wife catherine also honoring the duke on instagram
74 Police Officers Injured in Week of Belfast Violence
"Seven nights of rioting on the streets of the northern irish capital of left seventy four police officers injured in what observers say is the country's worst violence in years late thursday. The white house appealed for calm. We are concerned by the violence in northern ireland. President joe biden spokeswoman jen psaki said in a statement adding that biden hoped for a secure and prosperous northern ireland in which all communities have a voice and enjoy the gains of the hard one piece.
The Middle East Crisis Factory
"Guest today is al-baghdadi who together with akhmed got nash. Is the author of the book. The middle east crisis factory. I wanted to start by talking about the recent history of the middle east as it's affected you directly because your current circumstances a kind of a product of the recent history of the middle east so i was wondering if you could talk us through that a bit and explain how it is. You come to be talking to us today from oslo and that's a good question and one that is personally relevant for me. I mean i had kind of a white upbringing out say in the united arab emirates. My family really was formed in the united arab emirates and nineteen seventies. I was born there. And i do buy in the nineteen eighties. Maybe even into the nineteen nineties was kind of like one of those best kept secrets. It was boring in a good way. In the sense that it's that one place in this turbulent region where people could move and they could have a successful career and there was no instability around the united arab emirates. The results of news about you know things happening in iraq and iran but mostly on that side of the gulf things were quiet. My own family however came from a much. More turbulent history. My father was born shortly before the nineteen forty eight neka the exodus of palestinians from historical palestine. My mother herself was born diaspora in damascus. So there was lot of instability that kind of pre existed that. I was never exposed to so growing up in the united arab emirates. You are in this kind of place which has more or less in this. Very turbulent region an island of stability at least seemed to the until twenty seven.
Williamson scores 37 points, Pelicans beat 76ers 101-94
"The seventy Sixers are full game behind the nets for first place in the Eastern Conference following Philadelphia's one oh one ninety four lost at New Orleans Zion Williamson scored fourteen of his thirty seven points in the fourth quarter Williamson was fifteen of twenty eight from the field and added fifteen rebounds and eight assists he did it while shuttling between the power forward to point guard positions my stepfather trainee to your point guard so I was just like normal I mean it was just being having the opportunity to go ashore so I was Brandon Ingram added seventeen points but shot just five of twenty one in his first game back since missing five with a right foot injury Jo Ellan beat had scored fifty nine points in two games since returning from injury but he provided just fourteen on five of sixteen shooting in this one I'm Dave Ferrie
The Masters: Justin Rose digs deep to regain lead
"Justin rose shoots an even par seventy two to maintain the lead here at augusta national. He's followed on the leaderboard by will Taurus and brian harman one shot back of the leader at six under par other. Notables on the leaderboard include jordan. Spieth at five under tony fee now in justin thomas are both at four under some superstars. Missed the cut friday including westwood rory mcilroy and defending masters champion dustin johnson. We'll discuss each of those players day coming up here on the podcast with. Nbc's jimmy roberts. The voice of masters digital justin rose was the thirty six hole leader once before here at the masters in two thousand four. The seventeen year gap of thirty six hole leads for him is the longest gap in masters history. But certainly rose hopes to finish a bit differently. This time around in two thousand four. He finished the master's tournament tied for twenty second and one other interesting nugget of information. There have only been five wire to wire masters champions ever jordan. Speak in two thousand fifteen. Raymond floyd in nineteen seventy six. Jack nicklaus in nineteen seventy-two arnold palmer in nineteen sixty and craig wood in nineteen forty one following his second round. Seventy two justin rose spoke with the media. Here's what he had to say thing. The thing is i was just joking. The fingers kind of heading towards the panic buying a little bit But did i talk myself on on eight. And said you know you still leading the masters and i just change my mindset a little bit and started to play matchplay against the golf course scratcher line on my scorecard and told myself as three down and could i go ahead and beat the golf course from that point on so i had a part in eighteen to win my match. One up unfortunately slip.
The Latest: Rose still in front, but lead trimmed to 1 shot
"Justin rose has maintained his position on top of the leaderboard after two rounds of the masters but he's Thursday later for has been cut to just one sleeping on the late last night makes it much easier tonight and much easier again tomorrow and then hopefully by Sunday you know he's dying to get into the week you sounded comfortable with it and you know I think that that that what that's what thing to fail to me was that you know if any could result in the end Reuters posted a second round seventy two to stay at seven under but it's just the one player Brian Harman and will sell a Taurus Jordan space after a sixty eight joins mark Leachman next at five under some big names Mister to die cut though and I included defending champion Dustin Johnson Rory McElroy and Brooks KEPCO I'm Graham like us
Chicago Weather: Rain Covers The Weekend
"Spring, beginning around Chicago areas and fasting. And so Sunday rain again, But not as often. I still think we'll have good chances through I looks like Saturday. We may see the bulk of it could be heavy at times so we could see you know, over half an inch of rain may be close to an inch in some spots. So good soaking on Saturday and then some residual moisture still on Sunday. What's happening is these systems come in, They get stuck overhead. We call them cut off lows. You may have heard them known as upper Level low, so well. Ah, Cut off low is a weather man's Whoa! Which basically means we're stuck in this pattern for a little bit. So whatever you have happening tends to get kind of backed up and we're gonna be seeing the clouds, the cooler temperatures and some rain. Not just through the weekend, but even as we might possibly lag over into Monday, So okay, then, about the rest of the week, though it looks like it's mid fifties or so, Yeah, I mean, it's going to be a little bit on the cooler side. We were a little bit spoiled earlier this week, getting 80 degrees for the first time. That was wonderful. We'll still get some sunshine here and there, But you know, our temperatures will be cooler. We probably will not hit 80 degrees for a little while here. In fact, we may have trouble getting into the seventies. But, you know, Monday Tuesday will probably get fifties to sixties for most of these days with, you know the cooler temperatures at night as well. Good news is you don't have to run the air conditioners open up a few windows. It's still pretty nice getting fresh air. You know any thunderstorms over the weekend? I like a good thunderstorm. I haven't heard one yet. You know, it's it's always my favorite sleeping weather to hear the slow rumbles of thunder. It just puts me right to bed, especially if you've predicted it right. Yeah, Yes, very satisfying to close your eyes at night like that, But we could definitely see a few rumbles of thunder. Some flashes of lightning. It'll be daytime. Most likely when temperatures are just a little bit warmer. So you may see your here. You know a little bit of that, as we move through Saturday, so possibility?
Amazon Wins The Union Battle
"Is not yet finished but remember that big union drive among amazon workers in alabama so far with half. The ballots counted the union drive. Looks like it's going down to defeat by at least a two one margin quoting the new york times. The incomplete tally puts amazon on the cusp of defeating the most serious organized labor threat in the company's history in a high profile campaign since the fall of the retail wholesale and department store union aimed to establish the first union at an amazon warehouse in the united states. The result will have major implications not only amazon but also for organized labor and its allies. Union said there were three thousand. Two hundred and fifteen ballots cast from fifty five percent of the five thousand eight hundred and five eligible voters at the warehouse in the closely watched election. The union must get support from more than half of the votes cast to prevail. The ballots were being counted in random order in the national labor relations. Board office in birmingham alabama and the process was broadcast via zoom to more than two hundred journalists lawyers and other observers and quote and just as i went in to record this. I got a notification on my phone that indicates that the final tally is not yet official but most outlets are calling it. Seventy one percent of the warehouse workers voted against joining a union. So the union has gone down to
"seventy k" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Hello Mr, crate. Another episode of Dad My name is Roy Balmy alongside me is Chris Cody Sale Chris. Roy Now see I'm not alongside of you I'm actually on top of you in my zoom camera now you're going for the whole studio. Feel you want people to think that we are in the same studio? Recording this, but you're lying to the people. We are not alongside each other now before we get to L. Dunkin because we have very fun interview with her that we want to get to I, think it was my turn to talk I today. Roy and I'm not I'm not saying that like. There's some tension in the dad pod relationship, but we. We've been playing. Ping Pong that going back and forth I believe. You spoke I last week, and it was my turn this week. I believe that is true. So yeah, you can go ahead. You start off. And No, we're not gonNA Redo this with me recording I, we are going to keep this playful riff in the recording because it each time up, and it proves that you have a fun and friendly relationship. Yes, that's also called acting, and we don't necessarily have that type of relationship, but we act like we do and we filling time, so we can get to know getting the ill Dunkin by cast. I think if there was an award given out for a podcast duo who seemed like the best of friends in real life outside of the podcast I think we'd be nominated. I don't think we'd win but I think we would. Would Be nominated because of our report Roy like nowhere like we just flow right into each other with our words. Yes, just like on Scrubs as guy. Love is love between two guys. Yes, love all right. We got a fun one today we got L. Donkey. See now Hallam hogging the ball because it was my turn to talk first so I'm just saying it to you I'm very passive aggressively just hogging all of the the airtime in this intro, so we're going to get to L. Duncan that's Roy Bellamy, this is dad pie having a great time and we had a fun conversation without Dunkin..
"seventy k" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"But we get we get your point. You understand so anyways round Mike I tried to make a turn I. Don't know what I was doing and we almost cut my dad's screens. Listening to. All of which is a and a certain point, your teenage daughter and you have an extremely awkward relationship. because. She is a teenage girl, and you're an adult man and I. Love My Dad and we were like super close. We always had sports and use helped me get into college. He treated it like a part time job, but you know when I was in my teens, there was a lot of stuff we couldn't talk about anymore couldn't relate to and went to college and we stayed in then. It was kind of like. Well are eight years longer trying to get me into college. We're not watching sports together. We're not go. To my games, I played soccer. So what are we talking about? Really and you Kinda your kids become adults in unless you can find I, think points of commonality between them like adult to adult. Frankly sometimes it's it. You just don't feel compelled to pick up the phone and Chad and I think that's kind of what happened. And then again was around like dozen nine, two, thousand ten. It was like the last hasselback year Boris Jackson r.i.p when he became the quarterback. Is that thing with Seahawks fans? The last Hasselbeck. Ear like that's just like saying. Yeah, well. No, I was trying to just grow, and that's how I define. My life is like by who the raw the depth chart for the Seattle seahawks. Pre Pre. And Post Russell Wilson are different, very discreet eras and my life, but anyways I yeah I just started watching again in my dad doesn't tax, which is really not great, so I would just kind of walk home from the Bar and iconic. You watched what the hell was. You Know Pete Thinking and I'm so glad you called me. And I'll send your having like a twenty minute phone conversation in gives you something to talk about it so dumb right because it's just football, but even spending that twenty thirty minutes on the phone with someone every week. It brings you closer so finding areas of common like I was going to say. What advice do you have for us in all seriousness like? Daughters I guess that would be it. Find areas of that. They can relate to definitely I mean. It's a connection that will follow your entire life to. It doesn't matter what happens in the actual sports. In fact, if anything I, think we probably more connected when the team was shitty because you just get on the phone bitch for thirty minutes. which is cuts to my theory that the best sports fans are the fans of bad teams, but yeah, no, it's it's. It's driven a man. He is as you can imagine. He is truly living vicariously through my career right now. Is the type that like he's not asking for tickets, but he's like I, if if if you see them in a desk drawer somewhere I'll take some tickets when I first got hired by ESPN they rushing, rushing in like was two thousand fourteen, so it's been six years. His his the first thing he said to me because this is incredible, I'm so proud of you. The second thing he said was so re tickets right. Now if you're not. Just print tickets and.
"seventy k" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Up? I don't know no sir. Nelson. So Casey that is. What's the deal with Nelson, segments? Put that to you. What is what is the deal with Nelson? What is the deal Nelson man? He is definitely a character. He's funny man I mean. Watching back and you see like all the little things that he's saying that he does. I'M GONNA him blowing up him, saying what he needs to say him. Getting stuck in the foam like not coming out. I mean I of him getting any just always like something with Nelson. I I don't know he's a good guy, he really means. But. He's very interesting, very interesting. I know I I. Really I mean he was one of the guys that rarely been talked. You didn't talk at all inside there and. But as time went on, I got to know a little bit and he's he's a goofball. He's he's. He's a character he really is. You've been so great to spend the time with us. Think! Awesome I think we might be a field hockey pot now so. If, we decided to go deeper on locking the future, we might give you call back. See if you want to that. Really enjoyed watching the season, looking forward to seeing the recipe and you, but thank you so much time with us. Thank. You guys so much for having me on. This is much fun. You guys are awesome. Let's go. Joining us now is the unofficial ESPN's number. One Challenge podcast Statistician Rob Robin taken away of the week so I found this on. Read it from some user named Wilson known this person put together data set of every season, every single weekly challenge of the people that have one so this is hundreds of competitors, hundreds of challenges everything documented in Excel. Then what we have is be amount of challenge wins that all these competitors of had I think we have something like three hundred twenty. And then we have the expected wins, so how that works. Is that say you have ten challenges? You children having ten people, assuming everyone has the same chance of winning every challenge. You have a ten percent chance and expected win total after the ten would be one, so we also have all the different challenge percentages for every single challenge over them, and for the people that were in these challenges you can add up the percentages to get expected. Win totals that they should've had so. We're getting deep into the stats this time, and then all them. You See V. Total winds, unexpected wins and a winds above expected. So we have every single challenger here. That's been in the show on the thirty five seasons and the number. One person is Johnny Bananas. Yes, almost seventeen wins above expected. Telling US bananas like the Mike Trout of the challenge exactly why? If you look at Evan now. Evan. Starkman who was an all time great half as many appearances point so. The next. The next to act we have. Number three to look at the relative one, and you have Evan here with based on your challenges that he's participated in es performed the best. Charlie I'd commissioner crabs a Stack Guy Yeah I'm gonNA spiring stat guy. Let's just take a moment of possibility how you feel about all these numbers. How are we doing so far? I mean so far so good I. Think and I mean definitely highlighting these things in green helps so. Is courtesies ones. I was GonNa say I green only means that they're on this. Some of the notable ones, but you also have the police. The cameras that are up here at. Six and seven that'll done pretty well, and if we go way at the bottom all the way at. The Nissan gets killed by these efficiency stats. Yeah, not the best, but we also have a few other people as I love to do taking shots at Rogan. He's near the bottom. Five wins below expected then we have Jenin Nelson and bear that are in this bottom tier. Jenner surprising because we always thought that Jenner was sneaky. Peace and your status. Saying that's not necessarily the case. She's a sneaking beast in the eliminations gone something like seven of nine. Wow, why don't I look at look at that guy? Look at the vinnie pig Johnny's cousin. Minsk Liotta. He's also negative player. This is former. Penn state safety, so wow, wait, so stop right. There Geno Ginny. Is Three wins below replacement. That correct. That's interesting, so just because I'm dumb. This is like including daily challenges. Okay there you go. I wasn't following long. Apparently. Thank you start over with that. I do think there's an important thing, too. If we go back to the top, there's an important thing to note here about with with. Evan is that this is one of the eastern payout daily challenges, so his winter certainly lived there different hues prioritizing daily wins. Add cash to the We need to have an asterisk and have a a secondary stat. Very daily challenge wins when Burger King is involved because some people might perform a little differently, when be is online. This, if nothing else Ryan, we're learning about statistics. Some of us are. so much more so another smiling and nodding. Okay so, we've learned of Janis. The most efficient Yup and he surpassed the least efficient. Some good takeaway this week. I'm looking forward to seeing what you're going to confuse billy with next week I can't wait guys. If. There's one thing I love more than a good stat. It's a great ellas recipe. Let's go. I love fairly. Really close when? That really. Anyhow! We have the opportunity to chat with Casey. This week. Thinking, what is something? That's Casey themed? Casey, barbecue but I don't really do Kansas City barbeque. were go in that family. And do BARBA. Billy I need you to bear with me because when I tell you that this is a slow cooker recipe. You're just going to be alarmed that it takes like nine hours I feel like slow different, because you do the prep and the prep I don't really count as like slow cooking time like if you say, leave it in for eight hours. It's not like an activate hours. It's a very passive eight out. Yes, okay great. Learners podcast. It's the billy doesn't like numbers or slow cookers. It sounds like he's okay with slow. Like Long Cook Times? That's I shouldn't present veteran. Is People who cooked slowly. He doesn't like that okay, so I have made this as a pulled pork and as a pulled chicken, so pick your protein of twice. SECRET INGREDIENT YOU'RE GONNA. Take a cup of Dr Pepper cannot be Diet. Put that into your slow cooker like a half a cup of water to that then you're gonna add like two and a half to three pounds of either pork. Which I giggle every time I hear that pork shoulder. Boneless skinless chicken thighs so off boneless. Pick your meat of choice, so you're gonNA sprinkle the me with some salt pepper garlic powder. Maybe some onion powder got your doctor pepper. Your water shed it. You're going to cook that on low for eight hours or high for five hours. When that time is coming up, you're going to get out your blender in. You're going to blend together..
"seventy k" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Did Not work out well. I'm not giving up, but I need to keep trying. If, we could ask quickly. What what was the? Where was the breakdown of the doors? So I've seen a few different recipes in some of them. Involve Vanilla, ice cream. This one was straight up frozen. Pineapple just all pineapple. It was good, but it just tasted like period pineapple. It didn't really taste like adult wet some. Working on that in the meantime had to pivot wanted to instead pay tribute to the facts that says he's a great football player. What goes better, football tailgate food? This week we're making Buffalo Chicken Depp. Joe So we're going to provider of into three hundred and fifty degrees. Taking nine nine baking dish spray it with announced spray. Now. We're going to prep two to three chicken breasts when I say prep. You can coach. You can shred them after cooking them in a slow cooker. You can grill. You can buy rotisserie chicken and just cut up the pre-cup to check in, but prep to three chicken breasts. Put them to the side. Take a medium pot, nor going to combine twelve ounces of cream cheese. Any recipe with cream cheese gotTA winner. I prefer whipped cream cheese in this recipe, but you can go regular block cream cheese, but ever. A half a cup of shredded cheddar cheese. A Quarter Cup of ranch dressing. Blue Cheese Fan. In a quarter cup of hot sauce, you can go more hot sauce. I'm just not a big spicy food person. Warm that over medium heat ongoing yet melty together delicious. Welcome bind to this Orangey Pink. Mixture. Throw in your chicken, so everything is well coated evenly combined. Poured into the baking dish. Cover it with a sprinkle of like another quarter cup of shredded cheese. Bake it for about fifteen minutes till everything has noted. And then you're done I love to eat it with celery like buffalo wings and salary in go chips crackers. A spoon. That sounds delicious and I'm just curious. If we quickly power rank a few dealers speeds, because here's where I'm at right now. I think I'm at. I think that made it hugely, but I think I met Barbecue meatballs buffalo dip. Tick Tock Coffee. Don't sell the protein pancake short takes are awesome, and that was a fan favorite. We saw some people respond to that well. Turkey meatballs were dark for me. I did not know that they're gonNA. Do so well. Glad that they have you lose real quick. How do you feel about the reception that Hashtag need? Defeat has been getting lately where people are actually doing your at think it's the most popular thing that we've done is your recipes? Engage shocking to me, but I'll take it. Well, hey don't stop now tweet. All of us at Hashtag. Need feed would see the food you're making see all the various healers recipes. We WanNA. See your plants, Hashtag grow the show. That's right if there's anything we've learned the sweat last week. It's the billy will re tweet. Those pictures I lost. Over one hundred followers just for Marie tweeting every picture, I, the thing is okay. Listen I know it's annoying, okay. I'm aware of the fact that we re tweeting every picture with the exact same caption Hashtag grow the show and tagging the three of them is annoying right, but I'm trying to get some like interactions. Some listener engagement on there so like trying to build this thing up. You know what I mean like I. Really Defensive, and and you know what. Guess what guys now I'm not you win now. I'm not going to retreat any of them. Pictures for nothing I wouldn't be so out on it because I think even as you lost followers you. Planet bags you. Plants occurs some new ones. Now can I ask you a question I'm gonNA. Put you on spot here a little bit. Did you know you were retweeting pictures of marijuana plants? Oh no did I do that. One was really popular. That was so. Place at least three retweets for marijuana. I didn't notice that at all. Hold on a second I. It's on the side. Also. I was like I. Don't know if I'm being like A. Narc Buick Philly wire we. WIRY retweeting head plants. Who's great, I always great. Oh! Billy. You gotTa grow the show. You gotTa grow the show. I was looking at it on my phone and I was just so excited of people were sending US pictures of plants and I didn't even realize what. Like no find if I was like. I really should we get this sponsored? And I was going to be well. Maybe you would need to limit what you are. Re tweeting. If we're trying to get. Oh, no, I see it now. I mean. Friends. You could have told me how. It was so funny. Where are you by the way every week several different? This is Cadillac country. Specifically this is Western Carolina University's campus in Columbia. North Carolina got to give a big. Thank you, shout out to Rory Noah and Chad here at Western. Carolina for hosting me. Your Internet is amazing. Hey, your kid out there. Thinking about what college you want to go to maybe check out Western Carolina University. It's pretty sweet out here. I think you'd like so thank you and this kind of country I'm just going through pictures now if I'm if I'm on the fence. I'm deleting it because I don't know I. Re- To to something about gummy bears. Is that something that I missed also or final thoughts from? Here we go. Card kinds kind. Be kind trick billy. No. On work hard and be kind like Fethi. Sweet. I hung around this long and his podcast episode to hear that Arkham message from us to you specifically reviews to you..
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"Love sports. Like I do myself along with Dan rea gesture and doing chivalry have a fantastic sport, show back door cover subscribe that it's gonna pick up the two episodes week when football season starts here in a few weeks, it's going to be great. We're gonna have fun, fun football season. We talk a lot about gambling. Sports betting fantasy football, the latest in sports news and all around comedy and humor. It is a great time. I thoroughly enjoyed doing that show and could not more highly recommend that you people listen to back door cover our hotline number. First of all, Michael work in the members of the Rb p gang follow you on social media. You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram at Michael whiner. Am I c. h. w. i. e. n. e. r. where you can see my special new Thursday kicks that. I'm rocking today. Oh, ROY them this morning. I have. Changed shoes at launch, which I do in honor of my Cowboys who kick off the preseason day and as always we dim boys. Wow, that's lovely. Eight. WR bolan is our hotline number. You can call anytime. Ask a question. Saving recommendation. Gives a topic take whatever eight w. bolan thank you off listening to Rb p seventy. I hope you enjoyed it. Thank you for all of your support, your tweet, your snaps, your emails, your direct message. Phone calls, people playing fortnight with me. Love you. All gang gang gang. We'll see you next time on Rb p seventy one piece with you and also with you. Sure.
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"That's their priority. And so their priority. Will be getting drunk. And so like if they call you pussy ten minutes later, they're gonna take shots and be hammered, and just nine gonna worry about it. So it's really not not something to sweat. The other thing that I might consider is like, come separate of your friends, like if you're all gonna meet out there like, okay, a little later than them. So they've already have of UNM and they won't notice that you're drinking water. That's a good idea like you don't want my only vice be like, don't show up for the pre if you're twenty three or your nineteen or whatever. Don't show up for the pre-game. Don't you don't want to be around a bunch of people that are out like you know getting, it's that you're not gonna be if people are playing beer pong, you don't wanna be drinking water. That's no fun. But it doesn't mean you can't meet your friends downtown, meet amount of the bar and after like if you're at the bar and it's eleven o'clock and dark out, no one cares that you're not doing not not a single person. So anybody find your way to get there a different way or find go by yourself. I like the being like deliberately late. That's a, that's a good. And the other thing is like, you'll be irritated. Like drunk people can be annoying. Oh, fuck. And especially if you're like, I'm logistically focused all the time, but if you if you end up, like you're your way only -gistically focus focus on the logistics. Okay. Sim reason I show slid about thirty minutes early with the plant. Okay. Okay. But it's like if it's back to the pre drinking thing that's like, yeah, your say, hey, come over to my place, and then we'll go downtown and you realize like even if you get there at the tail end drunk, people never leave on time. They're gonna leave thirty minutes later, and you're just gonna be like this. This sucks. I don't wanna like somebody they put in the wrong. Address for the it just get yourself, take care of your own logistics, getting in and out and nobody nobody will notice and it'll be less irritating for yourself is a good move. One of the first of all you brought up a very and the other thing about that is like if you go meet your friends from eleven to one a m still talk to girls, do whatever you want with the bar, but you're not like you probably don't wanna go when your boys are out daydreaming watching college football for nine hours. That's you can't expect to spend nine hour sober. No, you want you wanna cut the time down to a reasonable amount. You've got to be. That's a very important part in to Mike is point. If you go from that, that window of like eleven to one or whatever it is for your group or your people that you hang with. You want the pre gaming window that Mike is speaking to what's the focus. It's getting fucked up. That's everybody's focus during the pre gaming get fucked up from eleven to one. The main focus is probably to get laid because you already fucked up. So focus shifted away. From a. y. isn't Ross having a drink with us too. I'm trying to smash girl or whatever. It's just a different ballgame. It's a holy to the other thing you spoke to how annoying people can be when they're drunk. Look, that's an inevitable part of this. You're going to deal with in speaking from very, very, very heavy experience in this room. You're going to deal with Trump people. You're going to get annoyed by drunk people. It's gonna be even more frustrating and annoying for you because you don't drink and you. It's layers to at least in my case, there's layers of complexity to that cake..
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"What you're talking about here, embracing that challenge is the only option I have found that I can get six fully packed to the brim paper, grocery bags in at once. Right. Any more than that and I can't do it. It's not possible. Can't be done. There's going to be breakage is going to be spillage. People could get hurt, but I can do six. I can do it. I can do three and arm, and I'll make it work full to the brim, but it's a challenge every single time and you have to go into it with the mentality that you're going to fight because that's what this is a fucking fight is you versus. Inefficiency, really if you're one of the people that just take two bags of time one for each hand from car to crib, I have no respect for me for you. You're not fighting. You're not challenging yourself. You not a warrior, you're certainly not an athlete. I'm an athlete, a grocery bag carrying athlete, and this is one of the few ways that I can showcase. My athleticism at my age is by seeing how many grocery bags I can carry from the car into the house. The things that throw a big ass wrench in this battle or things like a twenty four pack of bounty paper towels. Or you know, a six pack of sprite, fucking coke, cans, and such on those little on things that you know birds get trapped in those where you get these things create problems. One trip is not really an option for me anymore. Man. I can't do it because we. We go to the grocery once a week. We get eight tonnes shit for the whole week. If I could carry it on one trip I would, but it just can't be done anymore. I'm telling you six bags of my limit personally, Mike, do you do this when you go to the grocery store to you? Tell you possible this big thing for for everybody. I feel a great sense of accomplishment. When I carry all of those bags, I live, you live in a house. I live in an apartment and it takes about one minute to walk from my car to my apartment's like thirty seconds from the car to the front door, the apartment complex than thirty seconds from that door to my front door. My, I feel most pride if I can carry all those bags. And by the time I opened my door, I can't even put them up on the counter. 'cause my arms are so tired like you just like drop them on the ground, like inside of the brain? Yes, I did it. It's trip you maxed out? Yes. Yeah, yeah. You've really pushed yourself to you've put yourself failure? Yes. You can't hold this bag for another five second. You should be every single trip you make intil. There is no more blessed for you to max out with until there's not enough. And maybe that's when you've got that one obscure item that you couldn't bag up like the fucking detergent or the coke cans. Like I mentioned paper towels or whatever, but you wanna max out with bags every every time you go to and from, you know. And we have an interesting thing here where we have a plastic bag ban in Austin. Yeah, I think well, the state has over his overturned that or the state supreme court repealed it, but you're still like you still have to buy bags or you get paper bags if you go to certain grocery store. Right? So that's a different dynamic. 'cause you can hold a thousand a plastic bags this a hold of an animal? Yeah, the paper one, but there is a limit. I think three on each side is is you know that's a in with paper your hand, strengthen the farmers carry the whole thing. Oh, you feel like an athlete? I have to do rarely, but on occasion, you will get double bagged with with somebody who knows that your bags are very full. Their paper in these pay. For bags, the handles tend to rip off their their stapled on and they tend to rip Ojo if you have a good grocery Bagger, they'll double bag for you, and then it's all gravy. You can go with the handles and probably be safe. But in my case, that doesn't happen very often. I often have to do the fireman's carry. I have to throw caution to the wind. I don't. I can't touch the handles 'cause they'll rip..
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"The last hour was really, really fun is when you know when you go to a bar in your arrest ront and you'll notice like damn this bore has an outrageous percentage of good looking people like maybe there's just a, if you're a guy, maybe it's that you notice there's mostly really hot girls there and you're like this fucking crazy this bars. Awesome. Shoot. LeBron's like the opposite of that. The percentage of people that are good looking in tractive is flipped on its head. It's like ninety nine point, nine percent. I just shoot them at least shocked. I did not see, and I I other than my wonderful, beautiful girlfriend. I just didn't see any head-turners there at all aren't any like I was expecting to see like at least you know, like one babe in a one piece or so that was expecting to see like three hot chicks and then did not. No. It was like shocking that that did not happen. I was legitimately surprised if you're schlitterbahn and there's a hot chick there. It's because you took her, you're the one who brought her. That's it. There's no other hot chicks you're not gonna find strangers that. Just that's just not gonna happen. But anyway, yes, I'm need to go man. Maybe I'll go next week and I have on my do schlitterbahn Tra I think they finish their. They close after August. Oh God. So I've got a couple of weeks and that's it. Did you guys stay out there? No. You know with the other thing we did, I'll talk about for one more minute. I of it. We're certainly in quitting season, so not drinking alcohol. It is quitting seize your allowed to bring in food and drinks non-alcoholic to sliver Bonn, which is one of the perks there brought sandwiches and snacks and and drinks bunch of bunch of sparkling water, and we managed to spend zero dollars inside of litterbox. Wow, that's. Got to get some dip in dots. People were making fun of me for eating dip and dots. It is the ice cream with future. Of course, it is. We management zero dollars. We just didn't do it, and it was. It was great. You bring in your own stuff. Nobody touches your stuff. You kind of put it down. I left my phone sitting there and play area. Yeah. Gusta you put down your chair, nobody sorta like that. It's sort of like that. So it was. It was a lot more fun than I thought to adults would have because everybody's like you'd better have nieces or nephews with you, which I did not. We just went. She wanted to see the waterpark. She has a lot of nieces and nephews who love waterpark. So she wanted to shout out and I'd say it was a success I would. I would say to cap off, should've on talk that the number one sponsor that I, if you said brought, you can pick anybody in the whole world to sponsor the Ross bowl and podcasts. I think I'd have to go with dipping dots. That would be. Can you buy dividends anywhere butts litter, Bonn or the ballpark? I don't know Hazel. You'll find him in a mall? Yeah. I've been told that you can't go to the side this. I've been told rumors of these things, but I don't. I've never seen it. 'cause if I thought I would, it's like the part of the allure of dip in Dodds the ice cream in the future is that you don't know what a find it, except you do know it's in the future somewhere. I doing hotline calls. I don't even know. Another one play the next one. What's up Rassam IKEA, it's John from California. I just wanted to tell you guys about a situation that's happened to me more times than I can count. So we'll be taking groceries or moving whatever out of a car and the people who I'm with will say, I'll just take multiple trips. You know, it doesn't have to be one trip and I don't know about you guys, but I get so heated and aggressive to the point where I will only attempt to carry it all in one trip and only one trip just wanted to see what your guys thoughts are on this. These multiple trip people love the show, keep it up guys. This is the most exciting and challenging thing about grocery shopping is is getting the bags from the car into your domicile. Right?.
"seventy k" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"How did schlitterbahn go. It was. It was quite fun. I'll give you the the one minute. Yeah, just give us. We're gonna talk about more of that today on today's dadgum podcast on grand x. labs because there are some parenting things that I'm not going to get into, but I saw some things that you got to listen to our fatherhood podcast dadgum on grand x. labs. That's it. It was quite fun. I was thinking we would go, I'm a planner by nature. So I enter replan that we were going to park on the west side. There's two parks, they're basically you park on the west side. You take the tram to the east side. You start the day. There you go straight to the master blaster. You spend the morning there. Then you take the tram back to the west side afternoon because the west side has river water. So it's colder. The the water. On the other side, it's very complex, but I'll just say we got there early and I was thinking slip on opens at ten AM we got there. We stopped and got buckles on the way from Herbert's San Marcus, and my plan was to get there by nine thirty. They're like, nine forty, no big deal. We got in line. We got over the other park. We walked right in, went straight to the master blaster. Everything was going great. I was of the opinion that we would go from like ten AM and be back home by like three like we'd be there for like four or five hours. Oh, 'cause you can pack your own lunch and like I figured we'd hang out. We have a picnic, we'd spend another hour. We leave by two right now is not what my girlfriend planned on doing. What did she plan on the sheep bland ongoing until the park closed, which is what we did at eight pm, holy shit. So we spent an entire day its litterbox, which I'm just shocked that we did. We reapply sunscreen four or five times. I'm not burned at all. It was a long day. It was fun. The end proof ly- the last hour was the best hour. We got to ride these like seven or eight ride because the lines were there were no lines at that point, John. And so you know, it was fine. I, I definitely, you know, I think it'd be better to go like on weekday because there was one ride that we got. We got stuck in line for like two hours on and just because so many people, yes, this has to be there. Hi season. Right like there. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's only open during the summer. We went on Saturday season. I mean August in particular time, kids. You know, I haven't been to slur bone in many years and it was quite charming. I kind of enjoyed it. I'm looking at picks like I just typed in master-blaster because I wanted to remember which one that is in first of all. Yes, fucking awesome. It is. It is notoriously the best water ride in America over and over and over again. That's like they're like, it's one so many times. We don't even say the number of times on the signing on keep fucking check. Now, it's that one is consistently has a three or four hour. Wait. Yeah, unless you get there right when the thanks starts, which what we did. Right. It was fun. We, we had a good time. So many bad tattoos. So yeah, you know, weird things, weird scars, where we talked about a lot. We don't wanna see people with their shirt off, feel better about your own body when you leave them. Certainly one nice do, but there were things that I, I actually I wasn't intimidating liking as much as I did. So you know, have a plan going in stick to your plan and stayed till the end of Israel..
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"See all the new hat seal. The new tees vintage tease the pocket, t's so much good shit there. Philip the court type in eat fresh one word at checkout. Get that fifteen percent off. Throw a good night dunes hat. Into your court to in bounce out of their next segment. Hotline calls eight WR bolan is the hotline number you can call anytime anyplace ask a question gives a segment recommendation, leaves them, constructive criticism, whatever it is you want to do with the hotline. I'm all ears. It's all yours. Eight w. r. bowl, and I picked out a few calls for today's episode. Here's the first one. What Ross mica tile from Orlando, Florida, and I gotta take for you. So I clean pools every day for a living and I were crock and I saw can loan them. They're comfortable. They'd dry like five minutes and everybody looks at me like I'm in idiot, but kid you not. They're comfortable rocks what you're -pinion on crocks I know your sneaker head like a thank you like sneakers a little bit. But when you take a voice, appreciate y'all or be Pete gang gang gang. All right. Guess we're talking about crocs now. Look. If you have a profession that lends itself to living the crock life, that's fine. If you're cleaning pools like this guy, you're floating the river every day and throwing tubes or some shit. Maybe you work at a waterpark maybe you just going to a water park or you a serial killer croc cer- great option for all those people. I just named. Now, I personally think the terrible. I'm never gonna wear a pair of crocs again, my fucking life. They make you feet swit-. Ironically, in maybe the only reason I played this phone call Teijin got a new pair of crocs and she got him for gardening purposes from what she's out doing the the, the grass in in Mohan, whatever she does this, you got flowers and she mortars them in her. The crocs have flowers all over him and she's bitching about it the other day because they make your feet sweat and sorry to thorough under the bus, the feet sweat bus. But look, these things make your feet sweat. They make your feet sweat bad in in like our caller said, you look like a moron. But if you've made peace with all that and you wanna wear crocs it, especially if it's because your job man like fuck it, where crocs it's all about what you can handle. If you can handle the criticism of wearing an absurd shoe and they can't be described any other way. The crock is a rubber holy. Absurd shoe. It looks like a, you know, one of the shoes, they weren't Holland with the back missing in instead of being made out of wood. It's been at a rubber in their holes in it. But if you wanna wear my don't care, man, I'm not even gonna call, especially because it's your job. Who cares? You're doing it for work, fuck it next call or Mike talked with just one thing I understand you wear these for work. That's fine if you're pool guy pool man, that's that's good. I guess whatever you want. I would just say there are other alternatives for shoes. You can get wet that comfortable. I have a pair of Meryl's which have the vibrant bottoms on them. They're not like to- shoes, but they sort of look like them. They're like higher quality. Aqua SOX have taken them hiking in Hawaii. I'm more them to schlitterbahn waterpark this weekend if you need a shoe that can get wet and actually feels pretty good on your feet and offers you are smart support, try some of those. They're like fifty bucks or not that expensive, and it may be twice as much as a pair of crocs, but I feel like they're better water shoes, water. You know comfortable shoes out there than crocks. I just feel like you can always do better than crocs. That's what I'm getting. I'm looking at these Meryl's there. Some tight ones. Yeah, I did notice one of the things at add, slid on waterpark on notice this weekend's like there's people in like some fly water shoes, like the look like pretty cool shoes if somebody just walked by. Oh, that's pretty good. Look at you. And then you see it's rubber and has holes or like is clearly designed to be warm wet, but there's some good looking shoes out there for this. This thing that I have to offer more support and have more to offer than just a pair of crocs..
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"Which they offered, please interesting because I had never heard of it before into. I watched the documentary, the staircase, and that's where I learned that an Alfred plea was thing in this other Netflix documentary. Also guy took an offer plea. Bog. One. And was forced to leave the country as part of his whole, whatever. He got deported. And there were convictions of his staff as well. His right hand monon on Sheila was found guilty. Of this attack win several thousand several hundred people were poisoned she actually had failed already. I don't even know if she ever caught any consequence from that because she bounced, but you've gotta watch wild wild country. Crazy fascinating story about this cult. That for whatever reason is kinda got swept under the rug of American history. And we never you never hear about this thing until Netflix sheds. You know, Netflix says the new school really should drop out of school and just watch Netflix. 'cause would be my advice to everybody. Go watch wild wild country. You'll enjoy it wild wild country. Watch the Bhagwan ball out and his psycho right hand. Sheila do just pull crazy manipulative stunts on all these fluent white people that they got to join their Colt. Rb p seventy is brought to you by rowdy, gentlemen dot com. You can use the code, eat fresh e. a. t. f. r. e. s. h. at checkout to get fifteen percent off your entire order on rowdy gentleman dot com..
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"Individual, the chance to discover and choose their own proper religious path. The intent of the Colt as a whole was to, or this is what they would tell you anyway, to lead people to an essential universal religiousness that it would open people of all religions or of no religion up to experimenting with the internet of of everything of all religions in their pure original form. It just. It's, you know, the good type of bullshit that people get John. And by that it's how you up with a Colt, they weren't seeking to create a new religion or anything like that. It was all about rediscovering the hidden secrets of yourself in the things you believe in whatever the fuck. But one of the craziest things about this cult and the thing that I think separates this whole story about the regime she's in about their city Rodney's pyramid about Bhagwan and my non Sheila. The thing that separates them is their ridiculous amount of success they had is a business empire. They built out this crazy complex corporate structure throughout the late seventies and the eighties and. It was an interlocking network of corporations with an astonishing number of both spiritual and secular businesses worldwide. They offered everything from like yoga to psychological counseling to cleaning services. This was not. They weren't just like, hey, we're going to go live this fucking weirdo Colt life together. They were like, hey, we're gonna go live this weirdo life together, and we're gonna fucking rich doing it. Mostly the Bhagwan got rich, the guy leading he had ninety three Rolls Royces. Ninety three Rolls Royces that's quite the fucking collection. That was the high point. It will. You know, his collection obviously grew over the years, but. Do got a lot of money. A lot of these people who joined this Colt weren't brought boys. These were the Jit humans would like real jobs in wealth in in. Here's, here's. They went. They did a survey. They pulled three hundred Americans in Iasi's, which is also what the name of these cult members was. The median age was just over thirty sixty percent of them had been seen for less than two years. Half of them came from California ninety. Seven percent were white twenty five percent were Jewish eighty. Five percent belong to either the middle or upper middle class. So again, they had money. Almost two thirds of the members had university degrees in viewed themselves as successful in Wardley terms three-quarters had previously been involved in some therapy and more than half. Wait, hold on more than half had previously experimented with another. Putting up air quotes here, spiritual group. Nutty sixty four percent had a four year college degree. So these people had the means to survive and be productive, normal members of society. But they chose to go all in on this Colt. And as a result, you had a bunch of fluent white people with money, giving Bhagwan their money. And he spent it on Rolls Royces and number of other things. He had a ton of shit. The guy's fucking Ballin it like more than a first of all. He's also fucking everybody's wives and girlfriends and shit. That's, you know, that's part of every Colt, but the guy was just not only is he bone and all these people. He's it. It's like the Colt was a sex Colt in some ways, but not in the way that you might think you got to watch the documentary it, but this dude, the bog one was balling harder than any other leader. I'm familiar with role lease Rolls, Royces smashing on white women, and he's about, you know, if you were gonna make the most offensively stereotypical drawing of an Indian cult leader. That's what he looks like. Like you're picturing him in his in in your head right now and you've never even seen the guy. That's exactly what he looks like. So the problem here is that when these people tried to establish this massive community in Oregon, there was tension. As a result with the local communities because they were trying to take over a nearby town called antelope, literally take it over by over running the government. This thing turned into kind of a criminal enterprise in a way. Some Rajneesh. She's got arrested for deliberately food poisoning people. There was a food poisoning attack. There was a bombing at one point. A lot of people got poisoned in inevitably eventually the Bhagwan got deported from the United States in nineteen eighty-five as part of his Alford plea, which is interesting. His Alford plea deal..
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"Green and con is can live over ten years in the wild in captivity. They can live up to thirty. Not sure why that massive discrepancy. It seems like I mean, I get it in captivity. You're safer. I just don't see what kills these things in the wild. I don't know, but damn green. Anaconda been wild since I read about looked into had fun with green Kanda and they're pretty, they're pretty awesome, bad ass snake don't want anything to do with it. Please stay away, but crazy, huge, massive, strangle you, right to debt stay away. Next segment. Creepy colts. You haven't heard of. Today, we're going to talk about Roger niche Puram. Finally, finally talk about it for everybody who's been watching wild wild country on Netflix, it's we're going to do it. We're gonna talk about the Bhagwan your time has come. So Rajhi's Perm was the name of the community which was actually ended up being incorporated as a city in the nineteen eighties at one point that Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh this Indian mystic and Colt leader. It is a fucking Colt. I'm sorry to any of the regime. She's out there might be fit. It's a Colt. He was the leader, the leader, and he had a personal assistant Nemaa anon-, Sheila who was a total sociopath, and they created this community rajini Perm in Wasco county, Oregon. And the most. The thing about this I had never heard of this in my life. Never heard reference to it. I don't remember anything about it in the news when I was growing up, I was born in eighty seven. I obviously I would have heard about this from my parents at some point or learned about it in a history class. It seems like, but it's this weird forgotten piece of American history that went like almost totally unintelligent by generations who weren't alive when it when it took place until Netflix release their documentary, wild wild country, which I finally finished and it's spectacular. Very good. It's fascinating. Especially if you're into colts in this type of situation, you have to watch the documentary. I'm gonna give some basic information, right? I'm not going to spoil the documentary or lay out like big plot points that take place in spoil. I'm not going to ruin anything for you. I'm just gonna talk generally about this creepy Colt that you probably haven't heard of unless you're one of the people like me who has recently watched wild wild country. These people. Fucking nuts. This whole movement that bug on created was like a worldwide phenomenon that it was based around like. The affirmation of life. It was like being playful and joyful, and it was based on science rather than belief and dogma it. It didn't rely on like ideology, your philosophy. It relied on practices and techniques and methods aiming to offer every.
"seventy k" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I wanna take that down. I'm not much of a safari guy. I mean, I would do that too, but rainforest is higher up on my list and it's stuff like this. That makes me too scared to do it. Like it's just my luck that I would hit the Amazon be taken in the fucking beautiful sites stumping around in the forest. Killing off bugs that no one's even discovered yet. And the next thing you know I'm being strangled to death by five hundred fifty pound snake. That's how that would go down for me. So I don't know if I can never do it, but I'm just saying I would love to these things. The green con is their members of the bow of family. And as I mentioned pound for pound, this is the largest in the world. It has a cousin, the Rettig ridiculous. It'd python that can get a little longer. It can reach longer lengths, but the girth of the condom makes it almost twice as heavy as those pythons the ridiculous pythons. Obviously it's not easy to move around on land. They're very slow slithers. Right. So. It's in water where they're more dangerous, dangerous everywhere, but just try not to encounter one on land if you picking between encountering one on land and water as opposed to why you'd be in that conundrum, why that would even come up why you'd be given the option pick between facing this green and conned on land or water. That's probably not going to happen, right, but they're slow on land quicker on water. They're fucking enormous. It's not easy to move around on land. When you're that big, they've got eyes and nostrils on the tops of their heads, which allows them to just poke their little fucking domes out of the water and see and breathe while the entirety of their massive terrifying bodies hidden beneath the surface, not good for us or anything that they're hunting, which by the way is what they do. Most of the time, they hunt their hunters there in the water in their hunting that you sight and smell to hunt. They can also since heat being imitated by potential prey. Which is terrifying. They prey on a number of animals, including fish, birds, wild pigs, things. I can't pronounce Caymans the things that are similar to alligators. They've been known to eat Jaguars hole, which that's an apex predator. It's that's the take down the big, big cats, big cat fall hard. And these things aren't venomous. They use constriction instead of venom to subdue their prey. So they get their, you know, a target incite. They grab it in their jaws. They lock it in with their teeth. And then when they've got it firmly grasped, they coil around it and they squeeze and they squeeze and you've seen this in movies and you're terrified of it, and it keeps you up at night and they crush your fucking body and you dive stuff occasion. Then when you're dead, they consume your carcass whole, they eat it whole just like. Column in Lord of the rings. It's disgusting in. It's also incr- like watching one of these things grub goat. I mean, you should be looking to pick on on Google if you if you know what you're doing after you're done doing that, go watch videos on YouTube of these things eating. It'll keep you up. They've also been known to partaking cannibalism because why not the females. The larger of the sexes I mentioned has been reported to eat smaller male Anaconda. So I guess if they're just like, you know what? It's been a little while I need a snack. I can't find any goats, Jaguars wild pigs. I'm just gonna eat this dickhead over here. This man that smaller than me again, girl power. They spend most their time alone pretty solitary creatures, the green Anaconda, but between April and may they seek out females for the opportunity to mate the males do. And oftentimes multiple males will pursue the same female, which results in something called a breeding ball, where up to a dozen males can end up wrapped around a single female all attempting to mate and these breeding balls can last up to four weeks is essentially like wh what a bar looks like night freaky for weeks long, four weeks. Just a bunch of dudes tangled up. And again, these are twenty. Foot long, five hundred fifty pound twelve inches girth snakes. Just piled up into a ball wrapped up all around each other trying to fuck it's a snake orgy from hell..
"seventy k" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Please, please. Please, please. Please hit that up real quick. I segment. Animal of the week. This week's animal the week is the green and Akanda. I don't think we've done a snake before I was thinking about it. I can't remember if we have if we have. I don't think we does reptiles, right. And such, like maybe a frog at some point, but I don't think we've done a snake, so we're going to do the green Anaconda, which is it's when you think of Anaconda, this is the the animal you're thinking, it's the green Annacone. That's the one that the movies are based on and shit. And it's a fascinating creature. It's the average length of these things. The green Anaconda is twenty feet. That's the average for a snake. They get up to thirty feet like they found one that was twenty nine feet and then they just shut down the whole river that they found it on because it's not just kidding they didn't, but they did find one that was twenty ninety five hundred fifty pounds. That's how big these things get. How much they weigh twelve inches of girth I I'm sorry. Did you say five hundred and fifty pounds of of snake? Like how much is a bear? Abair doesn't weigh five hundred pounds. Maybe a big bear bunch. I knew imagining Kettering snake that weighs twenty pounds me to five hundred fifty pounds. Is there twelve inches of girth dude, there might God. There's a foot, thick, these snakes, these massive monsters. These aren't. Yeah. And these aren't snakes. This isn't a snake. This is a fucking monster. You'll get like you don't get to be classified by species. Once you reach this size, this is AB normal. You're a monster, a thirty foot, five hundred and fifty pounds snake. That's twelve inches of girth the fuck outta here. Oddly the females significantly larger than the males when it comes to the green Anaconda, which is kind of cool girl power native to South America. That's where you're gonna find these things in swamps, marshes and streams mainly in the tropical rainforests of the Amazon and or in Orinoco basins. By the way, I at some point in my life want to go to a rain for so bad just because it's super fucking cool. I do not want to go to that. I was gonna say there's a rainforest cafe and Santona what's sixty miles from here. I'm not. I mean, an actual rainfall is not not not the restaurant, but we can go there too. That sounds fun. I wanna go to a rainforest I wanted I wanted..
"seventy k" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"What's what? The directions. What little photos everywhere would you little drawings? I can't. I can't tell what's happening most of the time and I love that their stuff doesn't stay put together for like more than two years. There's like a fucking ticking time bomb the second. You get the KEA furniture finally position and put together just, no, it's not gonna stay that way for very long. If you have to move. For instance, I keep furniture is legitimately dangerous. It's like there's like shit exploding off the sides at all times. Screws nails, bolts. It's just chaos. I respect a few things there that I like that you can get good deals on that. You can only get there like what? Like shower curtains, little assessories and shipping. I don't want to. I want to be clear about something I key is an incredible incredible store to. If you are, especially if you're like in college or something, or you know right out of college and you're trying to furnish an entire home for yourself and you don't have very much money best fucking possible option on the face of the earth is I ki- cut the check, but it's just it becomes more and more of like the older and more like ornery. You get like, I just can't handle it anymore. Dude, I can't. I can't handle it. There's too many people. I don't know what I'm doing. How do I pick from one of these five thousand bedframes? There's too many options, but don't get me wrong. Mike is absolutely right. You can score good shit, and I key at very reasonable prices. That's the point I just don't recommend going there for like maybe bring some round rock doughnuts and for the team or saw that I pick up on Saturday and bring it on Monday at sounds great. I cheese round rock speaking of witch, Michael, you as soon as we're done recording today, I have to go meet my mom drop my dogs off with her because I'm going on my have my fantasy football draft this weekend, which is taking place in late McQueen or some shit. So. We're wanna play golf all weekend and and and do our fantasy draft and I'll have to watch all my close friends get to, you know, near unconscious point and before before the draft to pretend football team. But I gotta go point to drop my dogs off. My mom is going to be gone this week into somebody's gotta. Take care of the dogs are lady not available. My dogs are very particular. They need specific, you know, babysitting people. So my mom's going to do it a meeting her at roscoe's. That's fantastic. That's like our halfway point where we meet up and you better believe I'm running in there and I'm loading up on on shit that I don't need mostly hopefully collage. You're going to be a hero when you deliver these collages to the bachelor party on Friday, or do you meet them with Saturday? I'm not taking it for those guys. Fuck those go, okay. It's not bachelor parties. Fantasy furrow. Your fancy fucked them. They don't get shit. I'll not taking them anything. I'm, I might bring you some not not them these guys. This is like the type of. You know how fantasy leagues are man? You hate it sounds like a future segment. I wanna hear all about this next. Yeah, we'll be talking about it for sure. Absolutely. Anyway. Bloomberg, hey, that survey thing I've been telling you about you can still do it. I still need you to do it. Go.
"seventy k" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I just wanna say, listen to this and I was really hard on the sky. You kill them and I, I really don't feel bad about it. I, I really went at it and I, I would just want the people to know that the emotions real. This is not an act. This guy opened something raw inside of me and and I just want people to know that the the more thought about this, the more I realized that the moral of the story, there's two points I wanna make, but the moral, the biggest moral of the story is treat people well, okay. When you treat people poorly, especially when you're in a position of power, people hate you and they will hate you for years to come. This guy, I despise him because he treated me and others around me that were under his control for lack of a better term in a shitty manner. If you're going to be an asshole. Whole leg just don't be an asshole people guys. That's all I'm asking very simple. And so you know, like I went very hard at this guy, but I, I really don't regret it because the guy was went out of his way to be such a prick to me for so long and and was such a jerk. Those around him and use Vange took advantage of the position of power. He was in be it a very small position of power, but a perceived position of power, junked position of power. And the other thing that I so I have no. Thanks to all the gang for the support. A lot of people have been snapping me and I've heard from a couple of people like, oh yeah, I, I remember this guy or my girlfriend told me about this guy, or I heard about this guy before I went to journalism school, whatever. So it's all true. And then the only other thing I would say is, I think Tony Kornheiser often talk. He has a radio show, and now it's a podcast, but he said several times there's only two reasons to have a podcast, and one is just to talk about sort of whatever you are radio show or whatever one is to have on your friends. Right. And the other is to crush her enemies. So buddy comes at us about being mean spirited or or for Ethan this guy. You know what part part of the reason we're here is just to crush our enemies and, and Bloomberg will forever be my enemy. There is no putting the genie back in the bottle and my my final point today I booked my tickets for Atlanta, Georgia, perhaps. You've heard of it. Mizzou is playing Alabama. The season who got a ticket to the game. I'm flying to Atlanta. I'm taking a a bus to the game and back. And if Bloomberg is intense Qaluza I will fight him. That would be so incredible. To watch if we, if you could, if that happens somehow the stars align in Bloomberg, first of all it over how perfect that name is to be a hateful professor at junked professor junk age. But if that somehow goes down, you gotta take your phone out. You got to go live on Instagram at handyphone to somebody and let them film it while you in Bloomberg throw down because I need to see that hate and that anger in the years and years that have built up inside. You need to see it unleashed through Motai. What else have you been training? Moi Tien wen jitsu jitsu I'm actually competed in jujitsu competition this week in my first ever one Saturday. It's called Naga. It's in round rock. So if you need anything from Kia, I will probably, you know, since I normally don't travel north of the right for every key is if I go all the way around rock, I will be stopping at Kia for something. So if anybody needs anything hit me up, I have this ridiculous love hate relationship with key. At this point. I used to hate it and it was literal hell on earth to the point that I would like make so much fun because it's like you walk in. There's EROs that tell you which way to go a sheet seem. I heard it through shitty furniture store. Now it's it's like one of those things that it's so bad that it's good. Like I'm thoroughly entertained and fascinated by the concept that you literally being herded like cattle through this furniture mega store. That's the size of a football stadium. It's insane and it's beautiful and the Swedes are just the weirdest people..