35 Burst results for "Seventy One"
Has the Pandemic Made Your Sex Life Better or Worse?
"There's this study that just came out men say sex's better during the covid. Nineteen pandemic women beg to differ so it says guys are saying that the lockdown enhance their sex lives and ladies. Don't feel that knocking boots with their boo. Whatever says during better fifty percent say pandemic sectors great seventy one say that it did nothing for their sex life so i just want to know how has it been for all of you. I've discovered something about myself because sometimes like you've said it in the past where women have to feel connected to their partners to be turned on and they have to ask how your day is. My husband does that more now with covid. I actually like my husband more as a person now From covid but my sex life took a little bit of a downturn and i think it's because part of my recipe for sexiness is for me to feel sexy and i haven't been putting on makeup. I haven't been washing my hair. I haven't been putting on pants that even zip and so that's what the missing link is. So i've actually been able to really pinpoint so it's been helpful. I mean have. I gotten out of my sweat pants as often as i should know but at least now i know pretty baby steps roles little. If we don't feel sexy. How do we expect our partners to want to be with us. When we don't we're not being loving ourselves. Yeah but i also think the difference in this study. If you were to look into my household is that the pandemic. You're around each other more so you might be having more of the quantity zacks like you. Can't you can't get away from each other. There's no excuse like you're so busy gonna work trip. Whatever like you're going to have the sex but if a woman is not feeling sexy to what becca said that level of pleasure like probably having more sex. I don't know that. I'm having like best sex of my life. I feel closer to my husband. But i'm not like oh my god and it's mostly because i'm wearing a lot of things in sweatpants and eating
Burns Pulls Away at Innisbrook and Claims First PGA Title
"Twenty four year old Sam burns has recorded his breakthrough PGA tour win with a three shot victory at the Valspar championship we have the control that we wanted and we usually don't get that very often so it's a it's something we're always searching for a year and so just to have that little bit of confidence today was a big a Louisiana native fired a closing round sixty eight to finish at seventeen under that debate resurgent Keegan Bradley who won the race for a second after a final round seventy one burns took the lead when Bradley took a watery double bogey at the par three thirteenth and pound home from there Victor Holden and Cameron Tring Ghali tied in third place at thirteen under I'm Graham like us
Vernon Jordan Shares Experiential Nuggets on Business, Civil Rights
"Vernon jordan. Junior has been called the rosa parks of american business born on august fifteenth nineteen thirty five in atlanta georgia. Jordan is a civil rights. Icon business consultant influential. Powerbroker jordan is a graduate of depaul university way earned a political science degree in nineteen fifty seven and howard university. School of law. Never want to sit on the sideline and nineteen fifty one. He helped desegregate colleges and universities in georgia from one thousand nine hundred sixty one to nineteen sixty three. He was the field secretary. For the national association. For the advancement of colored people in georgia and nineteen seventy jordan became executive director of the united negro college fund and nineteen seventy-one. He became president of the national urban league. He held that position for ten years on may twenty ninth. Jordan was shot and seriously wounded outside. The hotel in fort wayne indiana. This incident became the first story covered by cnn. And as we all know by now join me. Came close confidant and political advisor to president. Bill clinton this past spring. Jordan was a keynote speaker at the summit on race in america held at the lbj presidential library on the campus of the university of texas at austin. The following is an expert of that reason. Tation now let me explain to situation. You are in with me this morning. And i can only explain it by telling you a true story. I'm a member of the african methodist episcopal. Church all my life. And that was this young pastor who just graduated from seminar and the bishop assigned him to a church and a small town in georgia to begin his pastoral ministry
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
"So laura you lead the national advertising division. Tell us what problem any d- was created to address what was going on in the world of advertising that entity was created or Thanks very so the national advertising division which we fondly call an d. was started in nineteen seventy one. At that time there had been a huge growth in a new media right. It was an explosion in television advertising and A huge adoption of advertising as an television is a platform for reaching consumers So consumers were getting new information about cleaning products that cleaned betterer faster food products. That tasted better. Were easier to make than other things and you know. Most importantly probably was an explosion of advertising of cigarettes to them on television. And at the same time you had a rise of consumer advocates clamoring for more regulation of advertising of there was a sense that the advertising messages that consumers getting were not were misleading. You had advocates like ralph nader. Who famously advocated for a lot of different regulation over the years really jumping in on that on that pile here and talking about the importance of regulating advertising and protecting consumers you know at the in nineteen seventy-one when all of this was happening Cigarettes were the largest advertiser on television and in nineteen seventy one. Cigarette advertising on television was in fact. An i think there was this increasing distrust of advertising that that exemplifies consumers were being advertised. You with cigarettes which had been demonstrated to be harmful to health. So you know. It was an environment that caused both at agencies and the businesses that were advertising and the advertising association's to come together to address this problem. That consumers were the distrusted advertising. And they what they wanted to do at this time was build trust and advertising right so they wanted the industry to work together to build trust
Who's Next; Album Retrospective
"Who's next is one grace albums ever. Have you ever heard it. Go out and get it. And that's for much of the podcast. Thank you and we're out. We can do the brief history all. They did a brief history. Let's go ahead and do a little bit of dig into just a little bit deeper there with the holocaust started and what was going on already. Who's next by the who august fourteenth nineteen seventy-one ten years before i was born but i am familiar with the album Fifth studio album like liu said it developed from the aborted life house projects which was going to be a rock opera to follow tommy which. I'm sort of glad they didn't do that. Because then have another is really silly movie that i can't sit there but they did salvage some of the songs for the next album. Eight of the nine songs from lighthouse for featured on this album The one that was not was my wife that was written by john entwistle It's heavy on the use of synthesizer Especially for songs won't get fooled again and babo riley. It was an immediate success when it was released viewed by many critics as the best album or their best album and one of the greatest albums of all time. It was reissued on cd several times with additional songs originally intended for life house. The first session for which became who's next was at mick jagger's house star groves recorded there at the start of april nineteen seventy-one using the rolling stones mobile studio and that's what i got. Okay that's the there you have it. It's sort of like the beginning of it. Let's talk a little bit before we get into. Who's who's next You got under way to put this in in kind of history. Tommy was a total like revelation. No had done and fact pete townsend was sort of jokingly calling it a rock opera developing it and it was really kit lambert. That was like now now. Now like let's let's go with that. Let's let's see Kit lambert was their manager and producer at the time and he worked very closely with pete and he really encouraged this rock opera thing and it really became big like freaking
248 Preventing and Addressing Child Trafficking Sex and Labor - burst 3
"So you might be referring from the data that we pulled from the national human trafficking hotline. I just want to confirm that. Yes okay so as you mentioned. I think it's really important that when we're looking at numbers we recognize the limitations rate in also. We recognize that labor trafficking in particular isn't issue. That really is under reported in really misunderstood by the general population. Most people haven't understanding at this point. What sex trough looks like. But if you look at campaigns if you look at images in the media if you look at the stories even the the media reports that are coming out oftentimes. They won't actually mention forced labor or labor trafficking. They'll talk about. Maybe the experience that they won't actually label it that way so the public awareness at even a victims themselves in terms of reporting this is still very low. So i just wanna say that in terms of kinda couching this data in that understanding but the national human trafficking hotline which really is one of our largest sources of data at this point for understanding what this looks like has a data set in two thousand seven two thousand and nineteen and that includes seventeen thousand two hundred seventy one minor victims and survivors that identified through the hotline so folks that called in and actually self disclose their experience and we see that eighty about eighty percent of those cases were sex trafficking and nine point. Almost ten percent were labor trafficking and then around five percent were both in. There was about five percent where they just weren't able to identify whether or not it was. It was sex or labor trafficking but some of the other kind of key components that you can pull out of that data set. Is that nearly about thirty. Eight percents of those cases of child survivors specifically were cases where the individual was trafficked by member or a foster family. And so i think that that piece of data is incredibly important for us to recognize the vulnerabilities of our foster youth and also just the vulnerabilities of a child. That's being trafficked by someone that they know and have that close relationship with an adult that supposed to carry in love for them. You love them. That ends up abusing them. Unfortunately we also see a little bit of a difference a big difference in terms of gender or sex trafficking versus labor trafficking so we see in labor trafficking that nearly fifty percent of the cases are males and that is much higher than the small percentage of cases that were being that are being reported to the national hotline of male survivors of sex trafficking. Although we know that we need to do a better job of identifying male survivors of sex trafficking. Great
The Hartford agrees to pay $650M in Boy Scouts bankruptcy
"The Hartford insurance companies agreed to pay out six hundred fifty million dollars as part of a settlement with the Boy Scouts of America over sexual abuse allegations the six hundred fifty million dollars would go into a proposed trust fund for victims of child sex abuse as part of the Boy Scouts of America's bankruptcy case in exchange for the payment the Boy Scouts and local councils would release the Hartford from any obligation under policies that it issued dating back to nineteen seventy one attorneys representing abuse victims blasted the settlement they say the reliability is in the billions of dollars the settlement agreement was submitted to the court by a panel of mediators trying to find a global resolution of more than eighty thousand sexual abuse claims hi Jackie Quinn
Salt: The Good, The Bad, and the Truth
"Do you have a love. Affair with the salt shaker. Are you having trouble breaking yourself of the prepackaged food addiction. Do you have a ballpark guess. For the recommended amount of sodium you should be consuming on a daily basis. What about the devastating consequences of too much salt in your diet. Don't be ashamed or alarmed with any of your answers if you just don't know because it's not your fault. We all fall parada marketing and the lure of salty. Foods trust me. That's one of the reasons why i'm here to help. Cut through the bs and get straight to the research and the truth about sodium. My guest today is one of the preeminent scientists who has been fighting on the frontlines in washington. Dc literally going to political battle for my health and yours for more than fifty years. Michael jacobson is a rockstar researcher. And the author of the recently released book sought wars the battle over the biggest killer new american diet. He is founder of the center for science and the public interest which was developed in nineteen seventy-one as a health advocacy group for food safety and nutrition. The i may not sound familiar to you. But their work. Well they are responsible for nutrition facts labeling on food products they are also responsible for getting food out of schools and removing trans fat. Out of the food supply just to name a few of their landmark efforts today though we talk all about our love affair with salt why it become so prevalent in our diet much of it without us even realizing it what are the impacts on our personal health and most importantly how can we ditch the desire for that extra dash at every single meal.
Tesla Stock Upgraded After 'Paradigm Changer' Delivery Numbers
"Our here and they were talking about an upgrade stock from canaccord genuity. We have new tweets from yuan over the weekend. A tokenism of tesla's stock some news on tesla energy and a couple other stories as well. That's the stock on the day to day. Finishing up three point six nine percent to seven hundred and one dollars ninety eight cents compared to the nasdaq slightly down on the day down. Four tenths of a percent possible tailwind on the stock today from an upgrade from jet door shy of canaccord genuity on tesla stock now reading the stock as a by up from hold an increasing his press target by more than one hundred and fifty percent from four hundred nineteen dollars per share all the way up two thousand and seventy one dollars cameras on cnbc today to discuss the notes that oil down to three things number one. The beat and delivery numbers thinks that will lead to greater profitability. Second are bullish on forty six eighty battery production opening up supply for tesla to continue to expand their business both in automotive but particularly in energy storage third tussles brand door shurmur saying quote we can only compared to apple in terms of the brand value tussles driving any energy market and quote in the actual note canaccord genuity says they see tesla becoming the brand and energy storage and creating an apple inc ecosystem with their multiple product offerings so that you actually have tesla energy and their model. They have a growing to what they say. Conservatively would be a billion dollars per year. Twenty twenty five. At five percent gross margin that would compare to twenty twenty levels of two billion dollars in revenue at about a one percent gross margin but gross margin was suppressed from twenty nineteen levels due to solar primarily solar roof which actually talk about a little bit later on so out actually expect more revenue. That's only doubling from the two-billion-dollar level here to four four to eight. I definitely don't expect that to say tusla for years. Once forty six eighty battery supply comes online. Tesla and four and using those numbers was already at a three billion dollars per year run rate for energy but it is really nice to see start to include and talk about tesla energy and their models
What's With The Rash Of Asian Hate?
"All right. You know this is to kansas is exciting to be back online with ya. and cash ken beached white male. Podcast asian american podcast with ken. Fog were together. I love this and you know last time we did this. Can we talked about the targeting of asian americans in this culture. And i mean it was six days after we posted that podcasts that we had this amazing shooting. Remember that podcast can. Oh yeah yeah. In fact everything was so schmooze together when you reminded me that we had recorded that less than a week before this atrocity happened. I had a double check. And i i found myself when i heard this story. I thought oh my gosh. This is terrible because this guy robert aaron long went to at least two asian massage parlors and he walked in he just started a start taking people out and these these girls in in those massage parlors are dead and i and i thought. Gosh we're talking about asians being targeted and here it is. The number was three asian owned massage. Parlours yeah and and In one of them they were not girls to them were in their seventies one was in sixties and what was in her fifties. Oh my god right so it. Just kind of blows up a lot of the horrible memes Incentivizing around asian american women that the young nubile sex workers. As i know these were. May i think hard working wage elderly eh. asian women trying to do what they could to help support their families. Yes and and so. Many issues came out of that story just about the. you know. Sexualizing as women. You know and but then it turns out that this guy tells the people that arrested him that he had a sex addiction. You know as though that was the motive in the cause of these shootings and then the police officer gets on the microphone and he says Yes the the individual committed this crime Admitted to having sex addiction and you know he had a bad day.
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
Far fewer California seniors are getting vaccinated in rural counties than urban areas
"Has only vaccinated about half of it senior population against covid nineteen. That's according to the latest data from the cdc. The sixty five and older group was deemed the most vulnerable to death and serious illness. During the pandemic but overall only around fifty six percent of california seniors have received the full course of a covid nineteen vaccine there are also discrepancies between urban and rural counties. In the more rural conservative shasta county just thirty six percent of seniors are fully vaccinated that compares with other counties like merrin just of san francisco where seventy one percent of seniors are fully vaccinated
Topps to go public through SPAC deal as baseball card company ventures into NFTs
"Going to start with tops. yes tops. The company best known for baseball cards and bazooka gum is going public with mudrick capital acquisition. Corp so yes people. We have another spac on her hands. Michael eisner who used to be the person running the walt disney corporation is the chairman of tops. Eisner is going to remain in that position. You tell me. What can i interest you in a few shares of tops. Yeah i'm interested. You know chris. I sometimes make fun of so many that are coming out. We all talk about spanky stocks but to me this was because it gives you an entry into the collectibles market now there are some publicly traded collectibles companies funk. Oh comes to mind. They make those great bobblehead collectibles. You can purchase online or in stores but the opportunity to embrace to invest in baseball card. Collectibles is really neat. You know tops is not a small company more. It's been around for a decades sales last year. Rose twenty three percent year over year. Two five hundred sixty seven million bucks. This is going to be not an immaterial deal. The company will have about five hundred seventy one million cat in cash from the merger. I really like that. Tops is branching out into the most cutting edge type of collectible stare into. Nafta's non fungible tokens for those of you who are crypto enthusiasts. They have digital collectibles. I think last month. They introduced a godzilla. And if t collectible so this is not your father your grandfather's tops anymore. And this is what. I like about spags as much as i. I make fun of them personally. Sometimes they're giving you opportunities as investors opportunities to take part in sectors of the economy that we might not be able to aspects of introduced a lot of us to new avenues into alternative investments in the cloud cope. Collectibles market is an alternative investment avenue. That i've been interested for a long time.
A Tale of Two Artists
"I'm gonna talk about two artists. And i talk about a little bit of a controversy and a little bit of pettiness at a little bit of back and forth. And it's it's terrific. I love this whole story excited. I step i'm gonna tell you all about initial kapoor. No yeah. I knew you if you're not if you're not familiar with his name. He's a leading contemporary british indian artist. Who works in large scale. Abstract public sculpture so an issue kapoor was born in nineteen fifty four in mumbai india to an iraqi jewish mother and an indian punjabi his father. He spent his childhood and teen years in india but in nineteen seventy-one moved to israel. And that's where he decided to become an artist in nineteen seventy-three he left for britain to attend the hornsey college of art and the chelsea school of design kapoor earned money by working for an interior designer and then he went on to teach at wolverhampton polytechnic in nineteen seventy nine and he has been london-based ever since so kapoor became known in the nineteen eighties for his geometric or by amorphous sculptures using simple materials like granite limestone marble plaster and also pigment so these early sculptures are frequently simple curved forms. They're usually monochromatic. Maybe their brightly colored and he uses powder pigment to define and permeate the form so Sculpture wise a lot of sculptures seems to recede into the distance disappear into the ground or distort the space around them and since nineteen ninety-five he's worked with Basically polish stainless steel has been one of his great medium since nineteen ninety. Five and these works are mirror reflecting or distorting. The viewer in their surroundings kapoor has had a lot of accolades. He received the nineteen ninety one. Turner prize twenty eleven praemium imperiale in japan and in two thirteen he received a knighthood from queen. Elizabeth the
Avalanche extend point streak to 15 games, beat Wild 5-4
"The avalanche of extended their point streak to fifteen games by scoring four unanswered goals in the second period to beat the wild five four David mackinnon Andre Burakovsky Brandon Saad and JT Compher provided the second period goals the first two coming in at seventy one second span and the second to coming to for a part Gabriel Landeskog also scored and Philipp Grubauer stopped twenty one shots as the west leading apps improved to thirteen oh one two during their fifteen game run Ryan Hartman had a goal and two assists for Minnesota which had won eleven straight at home since a five one loss to Colorado in late January I'm the ferry
Tesla Delivered 184,800 Vehicles in the First Quarter
"Tussles hillary's came in at one hundred eighty thousand. That was up. You know half a percent from q one That exceeded my forecast of and seventy one thousand roughly for production deliveries came into one hundred eighty thousand eight hundred so just as jewish hundred thousand there. that was achieved by delivering about four thousand forty five hundred more vehicles than tesla produced as about two percent more which was the first time in key one that we've ever seen an ultra small first time in q one that we've ever seen deliveries seed production. So tesla definitely taking advantage of the extra inventory that they had in q
Large Florida school district hit by ransomware attack
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting cyber criminals target a large Florida school district a Florida school district said Thursday it has been hacked by a criminal gang demanding forty million dollars in ransom Broward county public schools said in the statement a criminal gang encrypted district data and threaten to erase the files and post students and employees personal information online if it's ransom demand was not met with two hundred seventy one thousand students Broward is the nation's sixth largest school district analysts Brett callow at the cyber security firm Ms Assaf says there have been at least five hundred forty four ransomware attack so far this year targeting schools colleges and universities following over sixteen hundred such attacks last year hi Mike Rossi up
How Rod Thorn's Career Started
"Rod thorns a hall of famer. He's done just about everything basketball including playing college years in the pros the second pick in the nineteen sixty three draft in the nba through seventy one coach of the sonics. But then in nineteen seventy-three rod your aba career started. How did that start. What was that call like. Well i had been an assistant coach ryan with the new New york nets and we had weighed The saint louis spirits and the first first round of the playoffs The previous year and we beat them during the regular season ten consecutive times. We beat them the first game of the playoffs and then they proceeded to win the next four So they had eliminated us and their coach Resigned and i was offered the job and and ended up taking it Harry wealth man who was at that time the gm of the spirits We've had several conversations and So i ended up taking the job so you had had initially been an assistant though. Correct when when you were with the nets right. That is correct. The kevin lottery was terrific. Coach was our ed oates and we had won one championship and lost in spirits. The next year so. I had been an assistant coach for two
"seventy one" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Nobody can do it. It's crazy. And then like we said earlier it was the big question mark going into this whole situation and now it's like, oh we're good like what happened? Yeah, I don't Yeah. I don't know and the situations that figured out with our know and that's saying that d'Arnaud seems to be the the solution to the caching issue that they had earlier this year cuz he's doing it on both sides of the plate. I know I mean, I don't I don't want to be a victim of the moment. But I think there's a good chance we could see history repeat itself with the podgers and we could go into the World Series and the Braves could be going to the World Series. Like I said, I overreact to just one game but given what we've seen so far. I don't have any reason to think otherwise. Yeah, I don't I don't either way. I'm the same way victim of the moment, which I like to be. I'm going to be honest with you. It means you're living in the moment. Which which is fun. Let's be real. Yeah, it is and there are huge pitfalls there. So don't get me wrong. Yeah, please but that let's be honest though. It is it is so much fun. And and you know as of whatever 1:08 a.m. On the Thursday team, okay, I happen to live in Braves country and pretty excited for them pretty excited for the pretty excited for all my friends here who have been waiting a long time for this. So if they can beat the podgers and make this happen, I'm going to be pretty happy about it for them. Yeah, I got some Potter fans in my friend group as well. Okay, so baseball family don't like I'm at me. This is Brad's job. Don't bro. This listen off Brad's job Blackjack. Brad is supposed to offend people, not me. All right. I don't know what has happened. I hope I'm not offending people but that's breath as your job. You are you it is my job a little bit of a hiccup it on your part the first rule of holes when you're in one stop digging. You take.
"seventy one" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Maybe mm. There's nothing anybody can do about it because that pitching So through the division series here. I got this line on it right here. This is again from baseball reference.com, the division series Atlanta Braves. Okay out of a 101 app bats. They scored 18 runs with only 26 hits. Okay now just sit with that information for a minute 46 hits record 18 runs off and and of those guess how many were home runs Brad. 26 hits I'm going to say twenty six. It's 18 runs over 101 at-bats. How many of them were Homer's 15585 nice five. Yes. Awesome, it's all I'm saying in freaking tastic small ball. Yep, small ball tell you when And you know what all the Articles I'm seeing all the headlines are like if you want to win in the postseason, you'll hit home runs and I'm like, you don't understand baseball stupid face off. All right. Well because I agree it's it's not an insignificant portion of the game. I got it. I know are they run producing? Yes. Did Giancarlo Stanton just have a Heyday this postseason and will probably retain his contract for no reason whatsoever except for this last handful of games that he finally decided that his bed was not too firm or too soft. But it was just right and now he decided to show up and hit home runs and then so frustrated and we'll get to that or do you want me to do now? Do you want to do you want to talk about that now? We just we just have to we have to because then they lost Brad they did it's true they lost not but that's the thing is that was By far the absolute best series of the series it was and had the Yankees went off when yeah, it did raise one Yankees 19238 raise 17.5 raised 184 Yankees 151 and then game five. It comes down to the bottom of the eighth inning and Chapman again gave up an elimination home run. This one wasn't a walk-off just because of the inning and the situation but Well appear on it might as well have been because I didn't see any ink he's going up there looking like they were confident enough to put a run across No. No, so no. No, it's just it's crazy to me though to think that it's the Rays gosh. I keep hitting my microphone that it's the rage who eliminated the.
"seventy one" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Up to any of us, and that's what sucks a lot of time and it in now. Dude I'm serious. That was really cool. I was terrible. Impression that straight by the way. Now, a slight slightly better. Thank you? This was a really cool conversation man. We talked about penises getting attached, and we hit the serious notes. I think this was really good Pablo Tori. Thank you for joining us today. Yeah, the word cloud on this conversation I'm just glad. Penis is going to be like in two hundred point thought. That was good stuff from Pablo Tori. I really enjoyed that conversation. Roy Dad Potsy. Now I feel like we move away from Father's Day. This started as a concept forward and talk to people about Fathers Day and their relationship, being fathers or with their fathers. Now as we move away from Father's Day I, feel like these conversations because we want to keep doing these right Roy your down for that man a groove now man, so let's keep going. We are on a groove, and we are going to keep talking to people as we move further away from father's Day, the conversations will just become more generally about their relationship with their parents or being parents as opposed to just focusing on the father, so I feel like we're widening our net and we're GonNa have even more fun go for. Definitely that was going on in the laboratory. The PODCAST Network Roy. There is so much going on that. I can't even keep track of all media. Kind has some good stuff going on more Smith. You know with all this stuff in Nascar can only imagine how good Marty Smith's America has been as. Yeah Stupidity talked to Andre Drummond. He broke. Moses didn't even know it broke news as a news. Break Her NACRE. That was almost very inappropriate nacre. Wow, okay, well at least you try to. This is fun, everybody. Dad, pod signing out, we will talk to you next week. Bye Very Roy people like when you say last week. Do you want to and give give the Dad Pontoon a little on the way out here I. Forget what it was like. It was just like pod Dad, pod or something just going a little dad pot song. It's dead, pod It's Dad. I don't have themes on this show. It's Dad pod. People love it..
"seventy one" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Talked about the EPA d'oro. We talk about the taking photos. Get the play by play of what happened that day delivery day. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, it's a great story. And it simply because none of it was expected right so this is three and a half weeks premature. So, I am at work I am hosting. A show called high noon r.i.p high noon, but I'm standing in the hallway outside of makeup. I adjust got in my makeup done I got a call from Liz and. Pretty quickly. It becomes clear that she thinks that I should leave work. And I'm like. I just got my makeup done. This is a real tough game. Of Gays like is this? Is this for real fossil? And then like the other voice on the line immediately is her Obgyn and I'm like Oh. This is not just a solo verdicts that you've reached. You are added appointment and your doctor is saying that I should leave work so again. All ready I'm like operating from a deficit I'm like. I feel. So I again. I'm trying to be the guy who's counterbalance I am. The calm I am the cooling of very hot drink, right? That's how I see myself. And this is a few weeks early at this point and not expecting. Thank you for covering from. Yes, absolutely, this is very logical for me to do. He got to the hospital. Looking good well, here's here's the thing so. So I walk out to the newsroom and Mike Steven A. Somewhere and just like it's ridiculous. Place right so I kind of say again with not the authority I should have I think Liz and labor, and then thankfully all of my coworkers Bomani and all the producers on our show immediately or like go you need to leave, and I'm like yeah I do need to leave. Gathering. You'd actually do those big, but now a dozen people have yelled at me so I just like you know, it's like a cartoon I grab various things I. Forget various things. There are things in the seaport studio that I have not seen incidentally since February twenty four. Shit there so I'm just like running out like holding a jacket. I'm like wiping down. My say's from mega like a hero. Like, my parents had dreams and so I knew ver- and I go back to the apartment that it'd be my wife there and we're like scrambling to get all the stuff together and she is in labor pain like this is very real. And, so what do I do I? Say All right. I'm going to get all our stuff gonNA call Uber Suv because I'm not sparing any. On the way. I'm going to get an UBER SUV and we're GONNA get there asap and so it's like three thirtyish four o'clock on Manhattan, Weekday, so we get down there. GET INTO HIS SUV. It's great and we get to traffic. New York. It's New York. It's a week day. It's three thirty to four PM, and so we're sitting in traffic, and Liz is not screaming, but whatever the Rung is below screaming. and. It's very clear that we need to get to the hospital as soon as we can, but I'm the type of person again. This is about my moral failings. which is anything else I'm a type of person who likes I realized as I was in this surreal movie scene. I'M NOT GONNA yell at this driver I'm not I'm just not a guy who yells at the driver. I can't be like step on. My wife is in labor. We do under like no I realized Oh. No I'm just. GonNa sit here patiently. I know you're. I know that nothing I see. I see the avenue. Go anywhere with this guy going to do. Anger is not gonNA help the situation, so angers not going to help the situation, but in the retelling of its way better, if I'm like her roic being a football coach, and like telling everybody what to do instead, I'm just like sitting there awkwardly comfort in my wife to be sure. Sure, but like I don't even think I told the driver like my wife is about to give birth I assume that he got it from context clues out of his SUV. Maybe she would like gotten like aggressive with Oh is she was getting fresh on Ram putting myself in that spot. My wife in that spot I would have been just like you like there's nowhere he can go. Certainly like that's how our relationship dynamic is I'm always like this, and she just goes right through. No excuse me like that's what I thought might have yes. I got as soon as the driver is gonNA. Think that she's going. Give birth in in the car. Well, that's now. I mean again like I regret thinking this, but I was like Oh, this can be messy. Why what are we? GonNa get less than five dollars a passenger now because my wife gave birth in this Uber Suv.
"seventy one" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Order what she wants for dinner, so wow, though yeah man I'm operating from a deficit in other words. I'll tell you what my wife doesn't curse shoes like. This! because. I was I was there I was like I was like kind of like making communications with my eyebrows at the nurses like a for Madeira like with the redoing here like obviously you need his bank teller, but she did not, and she made it through and I stood there by the way if I can turn the tables real. Quick on, you guys the delivery you guys are there. You're in the room. You guys are both in the room you. Are you! Are you seeing everything? To what extent are you seeing? Everything head I. I saw everything I got the bullets. The Best of both worlds because Christie tried to have naturally for like three and a half hours, and I saw even almost the crown of the head, and then we had to eventually go in to get a C. section, but so I got like both the best of worlds can save. You saw head and guts. Wow, yes, wow, the crazy part about what you said though is. Your wife is a hero like. Like. That is insane that she did that like that is crazy. I'm also worried about like because I remember when my wife got her EPA Darrell, her mood got better because she started feeling less pain from that aspect of it. I'm almost feeling worse for you that you were probably rightfully so because she was doing something like you know amazing, but she was probably like throwing words A. You don't have to get into that, but I'm just saying like. Oh. Let's let's get into it for the record. I all all moms are heroes. Right obligated to say this. It's true it's real. My Lord God degree to which I can't imagine any part of what they do for myself like. Thank God I didn't have to do. Is My bottom line conclusion, but yeah, when you don't have the drugs and you're very clear headed. It's very clear what I'm doing and not doing. So I have no like fog of. Pharmaceuticals to be like wow, and you must have been doing so much at the same time, and I'm over here like there are times when I was like I shouldn't pull my phone out. But I could, and this process would not have been impeded like. I'm just here I'm like. Raising the roof I. Guess in her direction like supportively, but that's about it. One of my least favorite parts about the whole c-section part was we went in there. I became a photographer the doctors the nurses at that point. They're just like dad. Get your phone out. You're going to want to get a picture here and I'm like. Should I be holding my phone right now? This thing is like disgusting. Why are you telling me like what about what to take this picture? What am I just want to be in the moment? I was being pressured by the doctors and nurses to pull my phone out and I ended up getting a fantastic pitcher, my new, but still at the time I was just like. Do I have to be doing this? This is I thought I'd be like in the moment. If not this one time in my life I correct. I was hoping for a moment of just like total presence Kazan presence. Here, I am one hundred percent of my brain is focused on the most magical hardest thing. Any of us will ever see and I got to admit I was thinking about why. I wasn't thinking that a fair amount I was like Oh. This is pretty like normal I guess for all the other people outside of me and my wife year and I couldn't stop thinking about all of like the levels to this unlike man. Man Isn't there supposed to be like music playing some magic golf is like now. This is in humanity and deal with it. You baby to me, not the actual baby you thirty four year old man, you baby man! I really hope you took. Oh, from motor. Stay tune in my car. I tried just because of how much more my wife does than me like you're making me feel like. Why do we have father's death? Gave Birth like I'm legitimately sitting here like what I'm going to be like. Yeah, that's right. This is my day for what yeah vacuum because I do the vacuuming out the trash. I have responsibilities. Let's be clear I. I do stuff I do, but it's not even close, but like we think we do a lot and we. We're probably a third of the pie at best at best work that's done. No, we're like I like to think that we're associate head coaches. Special Teams Coordinator, right? That's true like we kind of handle the punts. But that's that's about it but don't know again. How you guys have approached you like breastfeeding and stuff like. Woo Yeah. I didn't have to deal with that one hour. What we? Think? There was watch a thing it was. I mean we're I mean she's doing that. Right over to all over, but like every time I'm just like. Wow, I'm GONNA go watch. TV, yes, it was the most stressful part I don't. My wife wouldn't want me getting into any more detail than that, but yeah, that was very stressful topic. Just makes me hungry. Thank you for breaking that. No problem, so we talked about the EPA d'oro. We talk about the taking photos. Get the play by play of what happened that day delivery day. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, it's a great story..
"seventy one" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O. law. seventy one degrees at eleven o'clock good morning I'm Joe Bartlett president trump being accused of breaking the law and the White House accused of a cover up this is the whistle blower report is out the complainant indicated I have received information from multiple US government officials that the president of the United States is using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country in the twenty twenty U. S. selection the complaint interpreted president trump's phone call with Ukrainian president so Lynskey as pressuring a foreign country to investigate one of the president's main domestic political rivals further the whistleblower said senior White House officials had intervene to lock down all records of the phone call a signal the complaint said that they understood the gravity of what was discussed Aron Kader ski ABC news New York house intelligence chair Adam Schiff says the president's sacrifice national security and he did it for his own personal benefit we were presented with the most graphic evidence yet. that the present United States has betrayed his oath of office. the trade is to defend our national security. and the traders of to defend our constitution acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire being pressed about it today on why he didn't immediately give the complaint to Congress he said there was an unprecedented set of circumstances and reviewing the complaint we were immediately struck by the fact that many of the allegations in the complaint are based on a conversation between the president and another former leader such calls are typically subject to executive privilege wires says the case ultimately fell outside his purview any handed over to the justice department he says the whistle blower did the right thing but refused to take a stand on whether or not president trump did anything wrong the whistle blower complaint to a an involved that the allegation of that but it is not for me the intelligence committee to decide on the president to conduct foreign policy furries interaction with leaders of other countries and why refused to say whether or not he discussed the issue with the present my conversations with the president because in the director of national intelligence are privileged and it would be inappropriate for me because it would destroy my relationship with the president and intelligence matters to the free to fault any of my conversations with the president of the United States the complaint is raise some alarm among some Republicans including congressman will hurt who calls it concerning the White House will downplaying the significance immediate reaction from the White House nothing has changed that's a statement from White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham after the house intelligence committee released a declassified version of a whistle blower complaint Christian because it quote nothing more than a collection of third hand accounts of events and cobbled together press clippings all of which shows nothing improper Karen Travers ABC news the White House house Democrats have already begun an impeachment inquiry the question is whether or not the White House is ready for a fight the short answer is no you know they had prepared leading up to Mahler I get the sense that they did not think this was coming I know they didn't think this was coming because for months they had been telling us they didn't think that Nancy Pelosi would go there this happened with lightning speed they do not have the first. luxury either in the White House counsel's office or the White House communications office news correspondent Jonathan Karl and another news today it will cost more across the Hudson River Port Authority racing told the cash told the GWB Lincoln in Hollywood go from fifteen to sixteen dollars and there would be less of an easy pass discount also the path base fare remains the same but that multi trip discount reduced as well in this crazy for can be bloemen paycheck Kane going up Port Authority says it needs the money for path improvements and a new air train monorail to Newark airport among other things there's all kinds of phones everywhere that are.
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I mean, this is the weirdest it's like the most darkly comedic back and forth between multiple human beings that I've ever heard, not in a movie or TV show like this is real life. The recording of him speaking to the ground control guys was the weirdest shit that I've ever heard. And like I said is funny, but it's dark, obviously, ended him dying. So I don't know what the this is thrown up. Some red flags with airports in general, and why? Why this guy was able to pull this off. Obviously, that's an issue and people are looking into that as we speak. But yeah, this is the same deal. Man, flight simulator games dude says how he learned to fly a plane. He was just a mechanic. He stole one. It. It is crazy. I don't get. I don't know. Apparently the the plane wasn't locked or something. He just fucking God in. Wild wild, wild story. Gotta look just Google Seattle hijack right now, and it's going to be the thing that pops up all over the place. I will tweet out the YouTube video the contains all of this. You know what? I wonder if we can just put the audio in the podcast. I don't know why not. A lot of people I care about me and. It's going to disappoint them. The that I did this. I would like to apologize season. Everyone of them. Just that broken guys. Got a few screws loose. I guess. Never really knew. He'll now died, so I don't wanna. As what was sweet doesn't year pay by lay the sensibly. You'll give jobs pilot. You know, I give you doing anything all this. Right? Oh, right now I don't know. I would. I was gonna open. I was going to be, you know, I'm gonna land. Like. Same kind of banner thinking stealing Farrow's and thank goes down. So no sounds saw the nice this fine. The plane around seem comfortable with that. Video games before. So I feeling a little bit. Okay. And and you can see all the terrain around in. You've got an issue with visible or anything. She basically just a little circle around right near beautiful. Fool on ios about five minutes and thirteen seconds in the back and forth is incredible. And if we can put it in, we'll put it in here. If not, you can.
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"As soon as you heard about the mechanic that stolen airplane from the Seattle airport, they release it audio between this guy in the air traffic controllers, and it's it's unreal. I don't understand how does that was able to steal an airplane from an international airport. And on top of that, this guy takes off cruises around and doing fucking Whoopi loop in big as jet. This red bull stunned playing. Question is how come in aviation degree takes four years to get when amateurs polish it up the quaint to play video games before it's it's absolutely absurd. Listen to audio. Thing doesn't show guys gang gang. Okay. So over the weekend, the story breaks right about the Seattle mechanic airport mechanic the hijack the plane and was just going nuts in the skied doing stunts and fucking at one point. He did a loop de loop as our caller Megyn and eventually the thing is with him committing suicide. He just goes nose down and says night night, but. For just the story by itself is, is insane and incredibly interesting because it's so rare to hear about something like this happening. This is a twenty nine year old that is trying to pull barrel rolls in a fucking what kind of plan is it's a big ass plane of a, you know, a commercial airline point. It's fucking annoys a seventy six seat Bombadier's q. four hundred that belong to horizon air. It fits seventy six people on. And if you go, the audio got released his on freaking real. There is a whole YouTube clip. We will also tweet this out with it's the back and forth between the hijacker and the flight control. Dick, he couldn't be more calm, polite. He apologizes to all friends and family. Basically, he says that he's a guy that just he calls himself like a broken broken guy. He said, there's a lot of people out there care about him and he wanted to apologize to them. At one point, asked the whereabouts of an orca whale in her dead calf. Then he's like laughing says, he's going to try to do a backflip with the plane. And then he did a backflip with the plane. And this is a dude who just like our stuff to Wikipedia. When you're high guy, this this episode has no flight experience. Aegis stole a plane flew off and was just jacking around decided. He was going to commit suicide, and this is how he was going to do it. It's an insane story. This guy's point crazy maneuvers in this plane. You're not supposed to be able to do this. The authorities called them incredible maneuvers. Guy's name is Richard Russell. Any explained that he picked up flight knowledge from video games. He said, quote, this is when he's on in the airplane, pulling all this shit off. He's talking to air or ground control, and he says, I've played video games before, and I know what I'm doing a little bit. What the hell I'm speechless. He's also at one point asks, he goes, hey, pilot guy. He's talking to one. They've got a pilot on the ground control line with them trying to get him under control and teach them how to keep the thing in the air where and he goes pilot guy. Can this thing do a backflip you think. And then he told the air traffic control issues going to try to do a barrel roll in, then he did. He never pilot's license. It doesn't look like. The whole thing is crazy. He flew for an hour before crashing. Apparently they've just determined the guy was suicidal. This is totally normal. Looking guy. They've got the selfie of him working on the tarmac. I suppose it's called with his headset on and like making a funny face into the cameras, shit like. He just decided it's a crazy story, but you listen to the audio and this this is like dude who just had a screw loose and you just not off and decided this is how I wanted to go out, but he didn't wanna hurt anybody else. He just wanted to fly this plane and go nuts with it and see what happened. Obviously, put a lot of people risk. This is not a good idea that should go without saying, I shouldn't have to tell you not to steal airplanes. You should be smart enough to determine that the terrible idea on your own. That being said..
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Deal from Amazon all station down here and for her Texas. All I. STD's been our university of catching up on the last ball podcast. Getting a second. I was just curious if there's any way for I to get to fights. 'cause we're only twenty so that there was exclusively Twenty-one it up if there's any way for us to get to see those things being or first off. Thank you for your service. Second off the fact that you spent your wife or your inversely with your wife, presumably making love and listening to my name is very touching third mica. We answers question about chump to champ. Badri Gulati. Yeah. Unfortunately, at this time, the chump to champ exhibition is a Twenty-one enough of it as is the way in August twenty four th at grand ex. I'm sorry, it's just liability purposes. We're have alcohol, we can't really mess with it. And that's the reasoning for that. Now, if you wanna watch it online, the actual, that's right. There will be excited stream. You could, you know, if you're twenty and you wanna drink, you could do it that way at home while you watch or whatever, you know, get your cool mom to buy some beers and do that. I can't be your cool mom. No, Mike, we can't come by to hire, you know, we have to hire security and and insurance and all that. Yeah. Unfortunately, if this was in my backyard, it would be easier, but it's not. And that might be the next step. After this, we do backyard bras like Kimba slice and we all get fucked up and throw down. I don't know. I'm not afraid. I don't know what you you can for those out. There interested the third videos up on dot com slash chump. You can watch all the YouTube videos. You can buy tickets for the event Neelam in third video. Yeah, Ross has a an important role playing ping pong in the background, and it's it's good. You should check it. I think you'll enjoy it. And then the other thing is and we'll get the Ross bowl and account to to tweet this out, linked to the way in event will be an office if you wanna see where we do our thing, August twenty. Fourth, it will be free to the public. You have to RSVP on event. Bright and we will send out that link and if you're an awesome August twenty. Fourth definitely come by. We'll have free drinks. DJ DJ duds. Bear Dudley will be on the ones onto a while. We'll have a way in. We'll have an open workouts can be a lot of fun. Yeah, absolutely. Come out to that if you've ever wanted to meet mica, hang out with me and Mike, this is a great opportunity. Any of the other all the other grand x. personalities to my knowledge will be there as well. I'm sure some of them have occasion ship. Most of will be there. So absolutely go to what's the, what would just tweet it out. I'll put it on our Instagram stories. Well, so you can just swipe up and get to it if you wanna RSVP for the way in again, twenty one and up on fortunately for you who you guys who are under age, but just give fucked up at home and watch it on the internet. It's just as fun. Will tweet that shit up at Ross bowl and pod on Twitter at the Rose Bowl in podcast on Instagram. If you're gonna, forget, just hit pause real quick and follow the two accounts right now so that you'll see it when the link comes out. Simple and again, oh, happy anniversary to you and your wife as well thrill. That's I love here and shit like that about people spend time with their loved ones and listen to the show makes me happy. So I appreciate you sharing that with us next and final call. Mike, this maverick from Seattle, Washington, I just wanna give subject nations after opinion about something that was in the news recently..
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"You. So terrible for you. It's terrible. It's delicious, but it's awful. I had a friend back in high school back when we were allegedly broke boys, which you know, of course, that's children. Children. We would go to slot skis, slutsky sandwiches. And why did that just make your headaches? I'm sorry, it's an inside joke that I have love schlotzky's. We all do. It's an excellent sandwich. It's blowing. Okay, I'll explain a moment. Okay. But back in the day when we're in high school, they my buddy would get a Cup, a small drink in a Cup for water, and he would take his small drink-up and fill it with soup. The head, a sponsor soup, things would steal a. They had bags of chips outside, like in the dining area, right? Select he'd steal a bag of chips. And then he would fill his Cup of soda because he's like, fade for so is the cheapest you are such. This is not okay. You can't do this. Don't do this if you have to. I get it, but if you don't handle to be fair. Sixteen ounces are, you know if you've got a little water Cup, it's twelve ounces, twelve ounces of Coca Cola on on tap at a for McDonalds is like less than a penny. I mean, you're not really hurting the bottom line but don't do this. No, it's the if ever you can ask yourself this question, if everyone does this, not just me what would happen if the answer is the economy would crumble. You shouldn't fuck and do it, and you're Mike is right me doing it once that nobody cares. It's like negative, twenty cents. Nothing is happening there. We'll, of course the justification to your to the people doing this is like, oh, this cost, you know, found soda only cost a penny, which is true. But the reality is they charge you two fifty for that soda because that's where their margin is. That's how restaurants make money. Yeah, it. You don't have to be John Halford understand nuts. The margins on drinks are where all of every restaurant makes more money on drinks than they do on their food yet. Like you go to McDonald's for example, you get a cheeseburger for I don't.
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"And I remember my dad always tells me a story about how his father owned a. They owned a small department store. Okay. And when he died. They didn't know the password to get something. There was a Pasco to get into the safe for the to get into the, I don't know to get some records and they called one of his like college buddies, and it turned out that everyone that went to. Went to business school at Texas in the nineteen twenties, or whenever my grandfather was there had the same password and it was like, I don't know industry or something simply tie. Thanks to that. They got in, but I don't know what happens in twenty eighteen when you die. Yeah, this is going to be a mess. Man. It's like I guess you have to hire a professional hacker to try to get into the files or something because it's like there's so much shit that is needed by, you know, my friends and family on my computer or my phone and you've course, I'm gonna make it as difficult as possible for everybody to find all that when I'm when I'm gone. That's your problem. I'm just this too many passwords. The whole thing's a mess. These services. If you let me say this, if you've got an alternative solution to dash lane and let me explain to you people why this is a problem, shout all the social media managers and the like out there I have. I'm going to say off the top on just gonna pull it up. I'm logged into. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, Twitter accounts on my phone. Those are my personal account. I've got the podcasts that I do of got smother counts that I run here grand x. t.f mpg p all the different podcasts and there's a lot right, I've got. I've got the maximum amount of Instagram account. You can be logged into his wall, which I believe is six. Now the same problem. So I've got a lot of shit. I have to remember, I need all these passwords should be secure and all these things be fucking safe. So we use dash lane, but it turns out dash Ling sucks dick and we've had it for like three years now and it still sucks dick. If you have an alternative solution to storing passwords, a very.
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"We should start by saying, of course, as a first world problem, of course, of course, but that being said, there's a better solution here. You have, thankfully, Google Chrome saves most of these passwords generally, but like there are things out there when our company uses a product called dash line, it's fucking terrible, which I, it's nine installed on any my stuff. Oh, so it is a nightmare. It's so bad. And it like automatically saves passwords. And we have accounts like multiple people log into the TM account, Instagram, account, whatever. And that password has changed periodically and instead of sending Email out, which could, I guess be corrupted. I guess we have to use dash lane dazzling is a thousand times worse than just having to reset the past dash thousand times worse than hitting yourself in the face with a hammer. I agree. So this, this sucks any. The worst is like, I'll tell you the worst offender my world right now AT and t. you've verse which is my cable provider. I log in, they say, would have you forgot your password. And of course, I don't know what it is. 'cause it's not like the two passwords. I always right. Nobody knows or a variation of those. So then I say, click, forget password. Then the Email me, but then I log in with the temporary Mon, say that's not the right Email address, and then you do this is such a nightmare, had the table for four months. I can't even log in on my phone. Yeah, because it won't let me it's it's absurd. I've been trying to top and it's ridiculous. I've been trying to figure out my XBox live account for like six months now, and I'm logged in fortunately so it's not bad big of a problem. But like I can't find the Email that goes with the account and there's no way for me to cover it or it's like an old Email that I don't use anymore. So then maybe it's my Texas State Email that doesn't even exist. But there's some some reason that I can't recover my count, and it's it's just fucking all my shit up this. It sucks. Man. It's a real problem. My I mean in the thing. Is like, yes, Google Chrome is gonna save much my passwords. My phone's going to save a bunch of super helpful, but it's only a matter time for some dickhead hacker ruins all that for us and every service stop saving passwords for you. And you have to go back to using the o'memory which mine is terrible. The thing is I'm using passwords that I've had since I was a kid and I've got all these different variations of them. They're basically the same, but there's different variations of them because you'll go to some sites or some services, and you'll need to reset your password and you'll try to be set it and it'll be like, ooh, sorry, you've already used that password before. How about China, new one, and you're like, God, damn it. And then you end up having just another one tacked onto the long list you have to remember and on and on it goes. And then one day you die, and then somebody's trying to sort through all the shit you left behind and they can't. You're out one of the billion password you have, what are we doing here? I don't know..
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"And basically this do just went to town. He has had over eight hundred kids ex. He's been bone at left and right. This man is an animal. All right. They call him super Diego there the the guides and such because he's just all. Always hitting hitting it from behind this guy goes to town, doesn't care when so, yeah. So I let you guys know mica jump the champ fucking, go peace out looking go. Please get more calls like that. This do does your shouting out a turtle that just fucks all day every day. That was that was very uplifting. I'm extremely happy. I think we can all sleep a little sound or knowing super Dego. The turtle is out there just singlehandedly replenishing the world's turtle population with his cock. That's just, wow, I don't even have anything, Mike, if you have any thoughts on Diego, the super turtle. No, let's fucking go though. Yeah, no, I'm psyched. Shelter. Daego shelf star caller. Yeah, I'm pumped. Next era mica. What's good Goodman from Indiana? And I wanted to ask you what your thoughts are on the amount of logging credentials. The average person living in, let's say, first world nations Casta keeping their head. Like for example, I I've completely given up on trying to sort our memorize any of my log in credentials. I'm frequent user of forgot, pass code and sometimes even forgot using. And if the shit show, I've accepted that every single time I got a new piece of technology and I'm gonna have to sign into everything. It's just going to be the afternoon of doing the talking reset thing Email. So I think this is ridiculous that were expected just have this index in our heads, and I think it's got to be dealt with and I know there's Lucians like notes or apps to keep track of the shit. But I refuse because I think we just need to get past this era of memorizing a fucking thousand wagon for Daniels. So I'd love to hear what you think about it. The amount of log in credentials. We all have to memorize. Remember is completely insane. This is like one of the biggest problems I had in my life which yes makes me incredibly spoiled and fortunate. But nonetheless, it is true. I wrong for the day which someone like Elon Musk or some dickhead apple invent something. They can just skin my fuck and retinas on any website. You know how on your phone now they've got it set up to where it just us. Facial recognition can save all your passwords, and then it does facial recognition. Make sure you. In a log into your Bank or your fucking four one k. or whatever it is you're trying to get into, why can't that exist everywhere on my computer on my fuck. And I guess that's the only places I need it. The computer and the phone, really. But God, this is hell. I keep running into the situation where it's like it's been six months. You have to change your password and I'm like, all right. I'll change it to one of the other ones that I have memorized. And then I tried to change it to one of those and it's like, sorry, you need at least one other case letter and one lower case letter and one simple. Like an exclamation point. Fuck yourself. And I'm like, oh, dude, weak. So I'll use one of my normal passwords and I'll put an exclamation point at the end of it. And then the next time I go to lug into that fucking site. I've completely forgotten about the exclamation point. I can't figure out the password I ended up having a hit. I forgot my password sins. Me a reset Email. I go through that whole song and dance, and there are, I would say realistically, three to five websites and services that I use multiple times a year that. Every time I use them, I have to reset my password because I never know it in. It's always because one of these fucking you have to have an upper case. You have to have a lower. You have to have a symbol situations, and it's very frustrating and I've got versions of my go-to passwords. Now with question marks and as commission points out there on the all these random accounts just in chaos, I'm so sick of this issue. There's nothing worse than requiring me to put a symbol in a password. Mike. This happened to you to issue everybody'll. This is something that that we all deal with. It's, you know what we should..
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"School. This is a guy who's been arrested multiple times for stealing planes. He wants to teach other people how to fly because he taught himself. Why wouldn't he be a good teacher. Is another headline. Baby-faced barefoot bandit faces parole. Now he wants to be the next Steve Jobs. Here's another one newly released. Ex-con barefoot bandit gets job with surprising employer. He was a fucking low level like. Voyeurs assistant, what do they call like clerical assistant for a lawyer, like filing papers and shit for a lawyer. And one more headline barefoot bandit erupts in tweet storm over mayoral candidate Jenny Durkan. So apparently he has a great social media presence now, and he's all about politics. I have no idea. I, this guy's probably associated that, but I wanna be friends with him. Anybody who stolen several airplanes speedboats cars done hard time in prison as a result that was just flying straight out of the Bahamas over and over is is okay in my book, especially if you've never heard anybody else. What an interesting motherfucker. So, yeah, that's stuff to Wikipedia. When you're high Mike, any thoughts, couple things. Do you ever know anybody who really liked the flight simulator. Yeah, I did this kid diluted my neighborhood when I was little always played like straight up the PC flight simulator with the joystick and shit. Yeah, very difficult. Very boring. If you're not good at it as well seem seems like a weird game to play. I had a professor at Mizzou who either much light on like that cocker Bloomberg named Jim, Rick, who's a an anchor he was known as mister sports back in the nineties. That's a whole nother story. Nice. They're fascinating guy. He played golf like three hundred days a year in mid Missouri while it's hard to do, and, but basically like he'd come, he'd show up for the newscasts at like three. He do the five, the six, ten, he'd go home. And then every day go play golf and the play flight simulator for like three hours and that was it like you flew planes people love. That's what he did, which is just dope. What adult guy that guy was big to Jim still out there you go. And then the other thing is, did you. I know we talked about db Cooper, a few weeks back. Yes. Did you have any thoughts on the guy who just stolen airplane crashed at this week? All baby. We, we're gonna talk about that. We got. We got a call about it. Like this whole podcast episode is essentially going to be about hijacking airplanes is going to be tight the we're gonna talk all about that. We'll get to that for sure. Next segment hotline calls are hotline numbers eight, WR bolan. You can call anytime any day and he from any place that I suppose you have a phone. You gotta have a phone, it's voicemail. You're not going to be talking to human being. If you mess up, you can just hang up and call back. It's no big deal with the lethal. You messed up. You can ask a question gives a segment recommendation, something you'd like to talk about of spicy. Take on topic of your chosing sing. A song took about your difficulties, quitting, whatever it is you need to do. The hotline is there at your disposal, eight WR and I picked out five calls today. The last of which will be discussing the Seattle hijacker and we will in the episode getting all into that, here's the first call, hey, Rosh, Mike Bannister from Chicago. I just got back from a family vacation, a lot islands, and I got an animal, the weekly wrote, honestly, there's so many. There's so many animals. There I could keep calm. I mean, leave it with this one is name it. So I'm glob is they got these giant tortoises, right? Like big motherfucking guys way over six hundred pounds live to be one hundred. Fifty sixty shit's crazy. There's this guy, so they have a turtle sanctuary. 'cause each turtle turtles founded island are you need to that specifically at are therefore their own species. And so they've been declining. They've found this dude this turtle from an island declining turtle population at the San Diego zoo brought him back to the breeding center and Diego..
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Ten day stay in a detention center or community service. His mother once said every time he had anything good. Everyone thought he stole it. What does that do to a kid. Sure, whatever. In two thousand three police found in neighbors camcorder in his home and never before sentenced to more than a month. He fled at three years since by walking out of a halfway house in April two thousand eight, he's a spectator being responsible for more than a hundred deaths in Washington, Idaho and candidate, including bicycles, automobiles, light aircraft and speedboats. It's believed that he learned how to fly small planes by reading aircraft manuals, handbooks, and watching a how to fly a small airplane DVD, which I've got to get my hands on. He was also playing flight simulator, computer games, one plane. He stole was a Cessna one eighty two belonging to a radio personality name, Bob rivers. The plane was valued over one hundred fifty thousand dollars. It was later recovered from your KEMA. Indian reservation crash site was badly damaged, but it was rebuilt in. It's now in Florida. According to local sheriff's more would often slip into a home just to soak in a hot bath like my sight. In or to steal ice cream from the freezer, which this is just next level thievery. Here. This is just a poor kid living in the forest. Of course you're going to break into a house here there grab a bath, hot bath, maybe throw bath bomb in there. Still some ice cream from the freezer. What else are you going to do in your kid in eventually, obviously, thefts escalated into increasing value in cash and property. But initially he was only stealing what he needed for living in the woods as a survivalist. One time he allegedly used a homeowner's computer in credit card to order a to order bear Mace into pair of six thousand five hundred dollar night vision goggles because he's trying to live in the forest again as a child basically on may. Thirtieth thirty first two thousand ten police found a handwritten note in one hundred dollars at a veterinary clinic in Raymond Washington, approximately ninety five miles south west of Seattle. And the note read drove by had some extra cash. Please use this money for the care of animals signed Colton Harris Moore, aka the barefoot bandit commando island, Washington, the balls on this kid on July eleven, two thousand ten. He was captured just before dawn in harbour island, the Bahamas. By the way, this island has pink sand. Fucking incredible. If you ever get the chance to go to harbour island take so good, so peaceful, not much to do except drinking land San, but that's my type of spot. Woke officers had picked up his trail that the recovering a forty four foot powerboats stolen from marina a police officials said the colon attended to flee, but the police shot out the engine on his stolen boat before he was arrested Colton through his portable computer into the water and put a gun to his head. But the police talked him out of killing himself and he later admitted that he intended to go to Cuba to authorities off of his trail. And from there he was going to go to Turkey and Keiko's. This is like just an incredible island vacation. This guy was on from for multiple years here in March two thousand eleven the FBI confirmed that there was a reward fund payout for the people who tipped the FBI that led to his capture was a ten thousand dollar bounty was paid out directly to all these people involved in his capture in split among some guy named Jordan Sackett captain Ron, Billy captain Patrick young captain been Johnson and security guard. The Ramoro bay resort Kinney Strachan. So I guess all these dudes like might have seen him in some way, shape or form tip them off, and they all split ten k. as a result which is kinda cool in April two thousand ten Twentieth Century Fox purchased the film rights to the book, the barefoot bandit, the true tale of Colton Harris Moore, new American outlaw, which was written by Bob Friel. So there's already a book written about the kid. There's a the Twentieth Century Fox purchase the film rights to said book. Moore's mother has apparently retained. Celebrity lawyer, Yale Lewis to seek control of entertainment interest related to your son because as part of his plea bargain, Colton cannot collect any money through these movies and books that are released about his story..
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Him from three different counties on January twenty seven, two thousand twelve sent to six and a half years for related federal crimes. Just based on the amount of shit that this dude did this kid really. Do you have any idea how much paperwork miserable government employees had to do as a result? That fact alone brings me so much joy. First of all, he never killed me buddy to my knowledge and Evan hurt anybody this just him being psycho, possibly klepto. So just got all these government employees don't have much to do a lot of the time call Colton was doing is providing them with the paperwork every time he stole a boat or a car or plane or whatever. It's just a lot of paperwork, man. So this kid became known as the barefoot bandit by reportedly committing some of his crimes barefoot once leaving behind thirty nine chalk footprints. In the words CEA. But apparently despite the widely reported nickname officials say that he often more shoes. I don't know how you ended up with this nickname, but he got a prison on September twenty eight, two thousand sixteen on parole, which is just a couple years ago. So let's talk a little bit about his child to figure out what led him to this teenage life of crime. Moore was born in mount Vermont, Vernon. Sorry, mount Vernon, Washington grew up in his mother's house in commando island. The neighbors said that they made several calls to child protective services, believing he was neglected or abuse, so not good parents. His father, Gordon Moore used drugs and was imprisoned while Colton was a toddler, let it just as used drugs that can literally mean anything. You got to be more specific Wicca pedia because if if it's Gordon was just like token in the backyard or something these on a bad guy, if you shoot heroin on the couch when Colton was a toddler that makes him a bad guy, you gotta you gotta be more specific anyway. His pops was using drugs. Then he was in prison while Colton was a toddler. When Colton was twelve years old, his abusive father walked out after attempting to strangle him during an argument of family barbecue, never good. Like Homer, Simpson, strangling board. That's not supposed to happen in real life as supposed to happen in cartoons according to his mother, Pamela Kohler his stepfather died when Colton was about seven years old and from the time, Colton was in the first grade. She knew there was quote something off about him into quote, sort of disconnection. She said he wouldn't listen to teachers. He started altercations at school. He would sometimes deliberately break things around the house, which I find quite funny according to a court ordered psychiatrist. Moore said that his mother drank and became mean breaking his possessions. That was his size stories that she'd get fucked up and break his stuff, not him break stuff. She would break it. So who knows? There's always to sized every story, but this worship, it's weird at the age of seven at seven years old Colton started. Living in the wild, and he would break into vacation homes in the area, stealing blankets, food and water before disappearing into the forest for days at seven years old, I was like trying to perfect the art of tying my shoes at seven. This dudes living in the wild breaking into homes and stealing necessary goods. Just crazy. His first conviction for stolen property came at age, twelve. And by the time he was thirteen at three more. I was starting. My rap sheet was bad. Like you can Google my name and find multiple mugshots. My my list of offenses is pretty grievous. Fortunately, I'm, you know, now a grown up with a job that it doesn't matter, but I've been arrested. A lot of times this kid makes me look fucking Saint his rap sheet before he was even a teenager. I twelve years old yet more crimes committed than most people ever will. By the time you thirteen? As I said, he had three more. He got diagnosed with depression, attention deficit disorder and intermittent explosive disorder, which is what I've never heard. Each of those convictions brought a.
"seventy one" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"And it's so much better. Everything's better about about the way I've got this thing set up now. And if you stupid for having rolled the way I did for so long, this is all about like getting cocky with, right? It's about it's about putting off luxurious vibes, unnecessary cleanliness and excess empty space or both luxurious. Fuck and minimalism is sexy, and this whole thing is sharp and fresh in this this. I'm so on board with this. We've been putting up photos from you guys in our Instagram story of psychos in in the gang who have like thirty six thousand unread emails and shit. In most of the people that are like that are also full. I screen people and I don't want to be part of that club anymore. I'm out. You're all on your own. I'm abandoning ship. I will now be a three and a half rose or less on the front screen guy, unroll in second screen completely empty. You gotta do this a huge. Thank you to will in Chad and especially to Elliott who I don't even fucking know who went out of his way to change my life in such a positive manner. I just feel cleaner. Like I just took a fucking like my phone just took a shower or hot bubble bath. With a bath bomb like those chicks on Instagram, have that didn't normal people even use those? What is that? Was a fucking hell. Ya Ross. I took a bath bomb last night. Okay. What is do nothing really there there looks. It looks dope. When you take a photo does look tight when when you drop it in always buy the cheap ones on Amazon and they don't like look is because the ones that you see on Instagram. Oh, you're like six dollars a piece and you'd have to be a psycho spin that every time you base six every day like you like you take a bath, I am and trained for this fight. I'm trying to bathe almost every day, so not shower. Shower afterwards, but you back take a literal bath. I come home from work. All right. Well, I, I finished work. I go to the gym like last night now we're on a tangent, but it's this. I want this last night. For example, I, I got off work. I went to the gym. I worked. Did you matai from five to seven, then? My my tire was flat, so went to WalMart who they refuse to put Aaron, my tire, the guy claimed their air gun was out, which I know is ally. So when inside by a an air pump that runs through your your cigarette letter. Okay. I used to have one before, but it got stolen anyway. It's essential thing. Everybody should have one of these cheap now anyway, field up my my tire. I go home. I get home at eight. I cooked some dinner for myself. Got straighten the bath did about an hour in there. Epsom salt. You just so cking dropped. Yeah, yeah. Get us. Hodge can Epsom salt. Get a good soak drop below bath bomb in there. I've got shower catty or its bath gatty stoke, and then I went to sleep. Ain't turn the television on. This is one of the massive disadvantages of being tall guys. You can't. I. It might be the biggest disadvantage to being tall guy that you can't fuck and take a bath anymore. Like I haven't been able to take a bass fifteen or sixteen. I don't fit in battles in a comfortable way, a looked like in idiot and feel like an idiot, his very uncomfortable and God, I miss a good bath. There's really is awesome. Laying this apartment is the first one I've had in very longtime where I could comfortably get in. Yeah, and take a bath, and I use the shit out of it. One other thing, our Sunday, scary routine. Now between my girlfriend and I, we go to yoga at four thirty with Jillian shouts to hurt black swan respect. And at the end of yoga, we come home. We have dinner, we relaxed, whatever. Then we both take baths in opposite bathtubs, and we come out of there and we're just like in the best, fuck impossible mood. His. That's nice. That's really nice. I am really living a luxurious life. I did a did a yoga class once just one time. One of my boss took me actually like four years ago. I wanna say it's not for me..