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Fresh update on "skull" discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"The bones in your skull get rounder and larger because the corticosteroid caused flat bone to grow. Also if you've ever seen anyone who's been on corticosteroids for awhile. The skin gets paper thin. These people have severe hemorrhaging under the skin and the skin gets so fragile that bumping up even gently against the piece of furniture will tear a flap of skin off. Now the natural health food folks were telling us how the omega oils. You'll make a three used. The omega sixers are wonderful. anti inflammatory agents. I could say a whole lot of four letter words here but let me put it to you in a kinder and gentler fashion that these guys are severely exaggerating the actual anti inflammatory effect of even large doses of the omega oils is comparable to less than that of a baby aspirin. If you're lucky on the other side of the omega or the fact and most of them come from flax and seeds now flaxseed. Oil happens to have a six estrogen vigor attached to it so that about four ounces of flax oil has the equivalent of they ready for this okay. Three hundred seventy nine thousand three hundred eighty microgrammes of estrogen. And it's not a week estrogen. Either as you've been told it's not an estrogen that will block bad. Estrogen is just plain old. Estrogen acting exactly like scotty..
Eagles trade Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts
"You. What are your thoughts here on. The carson wentz listening to come and key overpaid underpaid. Who won the tree. There's just so many opinions out there. What's yours i mean my opinion is for carson wentz. This is best case scenario. I mean this time was up in philly. The the philadelphia fans didn't want him and he didn't want the philadelphia eagles anymore so he gets to move on to a place where he wants to go and he never made it public that he wanted to be an indianapolis colts. But this is the best place for him. Is frank reich. A guy that believes in them. You have a very good defense a good run game. Excellent offensive line some young weapons on the outside. But to me this is put up or shut up for carson. Wentz and frank right reich. You're staking your your career on this guy being what he was in two thousand and seventeen when you haven't had him and now if you're carson wentz you're in a perfect situation for yourself to resubmit yourself as one of the top tier quarterbacks in this league and if you don't do it i believe this is his last opportunity as a no brainer starter for any organization ryan. What's your reaction to the eagles having the six pick and potentially targeting a quarterback at the six spot. You know what i think. The eagles would be stupid to be messed up at quarterback again. Right you look at it last year carson. Wentz didn't play well. You drafted a guy in the second round so there were rumblings that people wanted to see him play and then he plays any outplays carson wentz and now you find yourself in this issue. Do you really want the do that. Couldn't read his press statement in his opening. Press conference to start to season the season with a quarterback controversy. And here's the other problem. Let's say. Trevor lawrence and anzac wilson go one two or go one three. And if you're picking where the philadelphia eagles are if you're not in love with the quarterback don't waste your pick. Don't put yourself in another bad position. And listen to you. Look at trae lance you look at justin feels and i know people are going to kind of compare these guys based on color but that's not it. I'm just talking about style of play. We're talking about two quarterbacks that extend plays the same way. that jalen hurts us. Two quarterbacks that can make all the throws but may read things a step through slow if you listen to some of the skull which. I don't believe about justin fields. Which are going to have quarterbacks. That are very similar at at very similar ages competing. And i don't necessarily know if that's the right thing for an organization starting over with the new coach when you have a guy that had some success in jalen hurts. Evaluate him seeing. If he's your quarterback of the future anythi is you don't waste at picking us to get better somewhere else.
Killer Couple, Ray Fernandez And Martha Beck
"Based on his seemingly idyllic childhood raymond martinez fernandez's family never imagined what he would someday become born in hawaii in nineteen fourteen. Raymond spent his first three years there before relocating with his family to the seaport town of bridgeport connecticut. We don't know much about raymond's childhood. But by all indications he and his family lived a peaceful life at seventeen. Raymond moved to spain where he spent time working on his uncle's farm and fell in love with a local girl. The couple were married by nineteen thirty five when raymond was twenty and had four children together but raymond was restless. A young man with ambitions that didn't include raising a family and so by nineteen thirty nine. Raymond abandoned his wife and children and embarked on a military career during world war. Two raymond made a name for himself. Serving i in the spanish merchant marines and later the british intelligence service officials saw him as loyal and diligent noting that he carried out his difficult and dangerous duties. Well raymond had a bright future an after the war he decided it was time to seek his fortune back in america but the trip home was a fateful one onboard. The ship raymond suffered a terrible accident. A steel hatch fell directly onto his head fracturing his skull and causing damage to his frontal lobe when he recovered. Raymond was different. Vince is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg true crime fans. May well be familiar. With the body of evidence linking childhood head trauma to homicidal behavior later in life it specifically damage to the frontal lobe the area of the brain responsible for memory formation impulse control and even empathy that has been associated with violent crime but two thousand one overview in the journal of neurology. Neurosurgery psychiatry noted that the strongest evidence was foreign association between prefrontal lobe damage and quote an impulsive subtype of aggressive behavior. In other words the head trauma raymond suffered could have made him less cautious and more reckless raymond's reported personality change following the head trauma suggests that he may have suffered the kind of frontal lobe damage described in these studies and along with this shift in his nature. His career ambitions seemed to evaporate too soon after he was released from hospital in the us. Raymond was arrested for petty theft and sentenced to a year in prison. If the head injury had pushed him toward darkness his time behind bars was the straw. That broke the camel's back. Raymond cellmate was into the occult and only too happy to share his knowledge of voodoo and other black magic. Raymond saw this as an opportunity. He believed that he could use his new supernatural skill set to seduce women but his intentions were anything but romantic once a respected intelligence officer thirty one year old. Raymond was now a conman in the he emerged from prison in nineteen forty six with a fully formed him. Oh after moving to new york city. He wasted no time putting it into action. Raymond's plan was simple a nineteen forties ancestor of what we now might call cat fishing. He scoured personal ads in local newspapers looking for women who seemed lonely and vulnerable. He responded to their ads with charming thoughtful letters describing his military service and his deep desire to settle down. He reportedly started wearing a toupee. Which hit the conspicuous scar from his accident and made him just a little bit more handsome. After sweeping his target offer feet and gaining her trust raymond would steal money jewelry and anything else of value he could find before disappearing into the night most of raymond's victims realizing that they had been conned. Were likely to embarrassed to report him. Raymond knew this only too well in fact his scheme relied upon it. It was thanks to this sense of shame that he managed to go undetected for at least a year during which he conned and knowing number of women
Serena Williams and Others Talk About Valentine’s Day at Australian Open 2021
"Even in the absence of crowds love was well and truly in the air on day. Seven of the australian open which coincided with valentine's day our reporter alexia mitchell february. Fourteen baby herself has more on the skull. Bored there's nothing plays more than love but what about off the call. Love is all the time. They're you know in the intel us because you know we are playing in such a they in day out. We have to practice. They they out. You put lots of hours of work so if there is no love for tennis. You're not doing that. You're not Working hard You're not enjoying the high and the low moments so for sure. The you know everyone who's competing have some kind of love for tennis. It doesn't matter whether you're a grand slam contend. Luckily lina or twenty three time. Major champion lex serena williams. Love is the universal language. I think if i didn't love wouldn't be sitting here wouldn't be in australia if i didn't love what i do I think that love is one of the single greatest things in the world. You can have and repels you to be your best and when in your job whether it's playing tennis whether it's doing something else about miller ranch narzo there are different ways. Love can be expressed right now. Tennessee is maybe a great opportunity that After almost we're going on a year of hardship all around the world It's been more than a year here in australia with the fires i I hope that The love for the sport that we as players have the fans of hadn't been able to enjoy to this poynton. I know that we're all grateful or appreciative to have had them with us Supporting and you know we. We love playing in front of a crowd and we love being able to play tennis all around the world iga xiang tech maybe the reigning champion in the city of love but she's found herself in melbourne with at valentine. I guess love is important. Not only tennis but basically in life. But i feel like i didn't have any time left. I don't know Focus on that so long then this man with the smoothest name in tennis it felix. Oj a herpes. Romantic with reckitt in hand. I think love is fuel right. love is Is fuel to get up every day and you can almost name passion as well when you're passionate In love or in your work and your job or whatever you're doing in my sport and my case i think the report Gets me going and tough moments Gave me up when there's hard practices to do and it really keeps me going.
Ubisoft says they are moving away from a reliance on AAA video games
"Let's talk about ubisoft recent financial results where they revealed they're going to be moving away more alliance on aaa releases and instead look more closely at free to play games and it's back catalogue to make money. I'm gonna read over some quotes here. plans for fiscal twenty. Twenty two. which will go from this april two april or through march twenty twenty two includes three trivia a game releases so i guess we can speculate a little bit on what we think those might be But in the future you have doesn't want aaa games to the focus of its business model quote. We said for a number of years. That are normal template is to come with either three or four aaa games. So we'll stick to that plan for fiscal twenty twenty two twenty twenty two but we see that. We are progressively continuously moving from a model. That used to be only focused on aaa releases to a model or you have a combination of strong releases from aaa and strong back catalogue dynamics but also complementing our program of new releases with three to play and other premium experiences you wanted to specify the company had a number of aaa titles in the pipeline otherwise like six ramos quarantine skull and bones. They actually mentioned skull and bones as republic. The prince of persia says the time remake and roller champions. No mention of yongan evil to on the call. There was not a single mention of their battle. Royale higher scape. Finally you besides financial indicate. The games like mario puts reds far. Cry five the crew to anno eighteen hundred older. Just dance games and assess discreet. Odyssey are still doing meaningful numbers. How rock band still makes a lot of money. Based off of new music licenses like super lucrative if it if it works why fix it.
A Forgotten African American Burial Site Could Be Hidden In Washington DC
"Over the past century. Archaeologists and town residents have unearthed dozens of human remains on the thirty three hundred block of street northwest. Experts have spent years trying to identify the origins of the remains. And they told dc ists. Elliot williams they may belong to a forgotten african american burial site. It's a quiet historic street in georgetown on one side. There's volta park a slice of recreational heaven with a pool tennis courts and a jungle gym on the other. A row of million dollar townhomes from the late nineteenth century beneath those homes. Residents archaeologists have found countless skulls jaws ribs and skeletons from bodies buried ages ago. One q street resident. Diana scholl calls a day in two thousand twelve when she noticed something odd at her next door neighbor's house digging a pool and i came home and the police were there and they have found remains the dc. His story preservation office says burials. Like this are quite common on q street. Evidence is growing that this block was the site of a pre civil war. Burial ground for free and enslaved residents men says she loved to know the identities behind the barrels but she also has renovation plans of her own. I'd also love to build a pool or say you know. I don't like what's the protocol know that you've already got a half a body. She's not the only one with questions. Reuther coli the city's official archaeologist has been excavating backyards and basements on q street for nearly fifteen years she and a team of researchers are looking for answers on who might be buried there so q street is unusual for in so many ways. It is very hard to do research on this earlier time period in georgetown because when it was found it was part of maryland. In most cases the city is called on the smithsonian to help analyze store the bodies remains belonging to at least twenty eight individuals are currently sitting and smithsonian lab waiting to be fully studied only seven have been analyzed so far and all of them appear to be of african descent the law and just ville an anthropologist at american university is studying the bodies as part of his dissertation the pandemic has slowed down his research but he says the q. Street burials are crucial to understanding by history in dc. How do we identify these the sentence when there was mass. Push out about relatives from from georgetown. Old newspaper clipping show that victims of cholera pandemic of eighteen. Thirty two were buried in unknown locations. Georgetown justin ville says it's possible. Some of these victims often low wage laborers could have been buried in mass graves on q street. Some residents even believed the burials could be evidence of georgetown's involvement in the underground railroad. I think site Whether or not it's at nap with jerry. Lawler cemetery and or both. I think it's only the starting point for this network of Taking of the black geography. Georgetown if he will once the lab reopens just unveiled plans to hit the ground running and he has the city's full support. It may have taken a longtime for this project. Come up and for everyone to get on board but oh my goodness it's it's time it's come. Congress recently introduced the african american burial grounds network. Act a bill that would direct funding and research toward burial grounds like the one in georgetown. If passed the legislation will help protect historic black graveyards from time development and decay. Perhaps it will help. Uncover some of the mysteries on q street
Charges dropped against officers seen shoving 75-year-old man
"Felony assault charges against two police officers. NPR's Brian Mann says the charges stemmed from injuries sustained by an elderly man during a black lives matter March. Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe, with the Buffalo Police Department were captured on cell phone video in early June, shoving 75 year old Martin Georgino on the ground. He cracked his skull on the pavement and spent a month in the hospital. Every county district attorney, John Flynn charged the officers with felony assault, but now a grand jury has dismissed the case. Speaking at a press conference, Flynn predicted that critics will accuse him of not prosecuting the case against the officers. Aggressively enough. Look at each one of you in the eye right now. I'm telling you. That I sandbag nothing, Flynn said. The grand jury proceedings are secret so he could release no details explaining why the charges were dropped. Brian Mann NPR NEWS This is NPR news.
Feb 3, 1971: Frank Serpico Is Shot
"On february third. Nineteen seventy-one nypd. Detective frank serpico was shot in the face during a drug bust when franks partners refuse to help him. He was shot in the face. Many wondered if the nypd headset. Frank up my guest hosts ashen. Elena are going to take over from here to discuss the circumstances that resulted in frank. Serpico shooting and what happened when he survived. Thanks vanessa frank. Serpico always wanted to be a cop for him. It was never about the power or the possibility of seeing his name in the papers. Frank serpico merely wanted to make new york city place. Unfortunately when frank joined the nypd. In september of nineteen fifty-nine the department was experiencing rampant corruption as a kid. Frank witnessed firsthand. How a cop could abuse his authority while working in his father's shop an officer came in. First you shine when frank finished the officer got up and left without paying. Frank was stunned but assumed the officer was an outlier. Just a bad apple. He got a rude awakening. Once he became a patrolman himself years later when frank was still a police cadet he and his partner arrested. A couple of suspects while protecting vandalized synagogue. They thought the nature of the arrest should have led to some kind of award but the precinct clerk only agreed to make a note for a citation if franken his partner slipped them a few bucks. Frank realized that bribery was the key to success in the department but he refused to accept that instead he would stay honest and work his way to the top by doing good police. Work throughout the nineteen sixties. Frank didn't partake in any of the graphs are corruption. He knew his partners might take payoffs but he wouldn't. Naturally this made cops suspicious of him and it didn't help that. Frank looked nothing like a cop as a plainclothes officer. Frank didn't have to adhere to a standard dress code so he decided to look like his personality. He was bohemian long hair. Long beard psychedelic clothes. Frank lived in greenwich village and hung out with the counterculture. He was the complete antithesis of the nypd. Finally in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven alongside only ally. Detective david dirk. Frank started making noise to the departments higher ups and authorities at city hall for three years. They brought credible evidence of police corruption. And yet nothing was done. Fed up franken. david did the unimaginable. They went to the press in the middle of one thousand nine hundred seventy the new york times published an expose on corruption in the nypd. The report tarnished the nypd and led to the nap commissions formation. An official investigation into police corruption. All thanks to frank serpico in the department nuit frank coming forward. Put an even bigger target on his back by the end of nineteen seventy. He was transferred to narcotics where he was a total pariah. Frank serpico was shot in the face on february third nineteen seventy-one during what was supposed to be a routine drug bust however his partners refused to help him and let him bleed out in the hallway. He only lived because an elderly tenant called the paramedics. Frank miraculously survived though. He was left with bullet fragments in his skull and permanent hearing loss and despite the attempt on his life frank refused to remain silent later that year. He testified before the knapp commission making him one of the most important officers to testify against the police. A year later frank retired from the nypd and lived in europe until one thousand nine hundred eighty since then. He's continued to speak out against corruption and police brutality. He's still holds out. Hope that there will be fair and honest cops. Patrolling our streets.
Evan Rachel Wood and Others Make Allegations of Abuse Against Marilyn Manson
"Know, we're going to start with a really awkward cumbersome. Yes, we need to have a very awkward conversation. We're not awkward. The awkward is coming from Maryland Manson. I mean, we are awkward, too. It's a long story. But today We need to start with Marilyn Manson because we began to hear about some controversy surrounding Well, Evan Rachel Wood made an announcement that Marilyn Manson horrific. Lee abused her for years. That story kind of blew up this week. Um, It's not that we didn't have reason to suspect Maryland. Manson was a problematic figure. We'll talk about that a little bit more in a minute, but I wanted to tell you that we kick things off today, learning That Maryland. Manson has already suffering the consequences of that controversy after being dropped by his record label amid these abuse. Allegations, and I'll just tell you a little bit about our read you a little bit of the statement. From His record label. Loma Vista Recordings. Quote in Light of today. That is yesterday's disturbing allegations by Evan Rachel Wood and other women naming Marilyn Manson as their abuser. Loma Vista will cease to further promote his current album, effective immediately due to these concerning developments. We have also decided not to work with Marilyn Manson on any future projects, so that is Immediate Result to the controversy in the allegations that Again to put it bluntly blew up yesterday. Well, you know what I think is really interesting, and I'm sort of just arriving to the scene. Because I don't pay a lot of attention to Marylin Manson. It seems like the consequences have arrived a little too late. And I'm saying that because I read this op Ed, um from NBC News, written by Jill flip of IQ. Philip Philip. Oh, Vic. Sorry, Philip. Oh, Vic, who, by the way, is the author of a book called Okay, Boomer. Let's talk how my generation got left behind, and she basically says he guys f Y I Um, you're all arriving to this story about Maryland. Manson about Like 20 years too late. And what she does is she goes through. Conversations that have been had with both Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson. That basically say Hey, it didn't take you know it didn't take You know a Sherlock Holmes detective to figure out that Evan Rachel Wood has been talking about this. And Maryland, Manson has been talking about his treatment of her all along. And it goes back to, um, a few years ago when Evan will Evan Rachel what has always been very open about the fact that she was in an abusive relationship when she was in her late teens. But more specifically, she actually testified in a in an effort to get a law passed called the Phoenix Act. And this is the Phoenix Act is The the act in the state of California that extends the statute of limitations on abusive relationships. Okay, so she testified before Congress. About her experience in an abusive relationship, and in this in this testimony, she talked about a man she dated when she was 18 years old. Okay, again. Hello, 18. It does not take A private investigator to figure out that that was Maryland Manson. They were they had a public relationship. She talks about? How he groomed her when he began growing her when she was about 18 years old. He physically abused her, deprived her of sleep, starved her and stocked her when she tried to leave him by calling her incessantly. Now. Meanwhile, Over here in 2009 in an interview with Spin magazine, Marilyn Manson is talking about this very thing, he says of his relationship with Evan Rachel Wood. In 2009. Okay, So that's 12 years ago? Yep. He says he called Evan Rachel Wood 158 times while self mutilating and then blamed her for it. He said. Quote. I wanted to show her the pain she put me through. It was like I want you to physically see what you've done. So sit with that for a second. He's calling her 158 times while he is inflicting Pain on himself. To show her what he has done to her and then other others, So I mean I could go on. But there's other stories about him in another interview, saying that he has fantasies about smashing her skull with a sledgehammer.
Elon Musk says his start-up Neuralink has wired up a monkey to play video games using its mind
"Dabbles in a lot of things. Including a human computer interface company called Neural Link. Which You will either find this fascinating or really kind of scary. Let you figure out for yourself. How you feel about this. He has deaf Evidently, they have a monkey. That they have interface or they put actually put a computer gaming device implanted into his brain. And he can play video games using nothing Maura than his mind. Here's Eli musk and simplistic terms. It's like a Fitbit in your skull because we we got a monkey with the wireless implant in their skull who can play video games using his mind, So it does not look like a unhappy monkey, and you can't even see where the neural implant was put in, except that he's got like a slight dark mobile.
Salah Fires Liverpool Up the PL Table
"A very good result for liverpool beating west ham. Three one in franklin booth with us steve. That was very impressive. Second-half performance report impressive. I i was quite impressed with illiberal plates for most of the game to be honest. The most impressive thing was that we have the return of mr mosala. I mean i'll be talking recently about how this guy has fighting with. All eight couldn't get a hold of the ball to save his life at times. But today my goodness you talk about moslem the ball the fox one jenkin pasta defend getting on these lasting colored one and then the second one i mean. Are you ever going to see a force torch. Contestable kyrie was like four thousand. A year kim for houses. Well tenny. just. Give a little tickle prey on his left bag and then just stuck away with say w left. I mean what's goal. And as i said. Look slate mosala has written just in time. It's crazy considering stevie how much criticize him. But he's the leading goalscorer in the semi lane. Well he is. You know yes. you've asked me previously. Do this guy this keep them. He has to quit through and that's what he's done. You know the truth. Has your husband been these past. And when he saw that Certainly asked the big. Evan leeway because of goldie skulls scored a goal since crystal palace last year so somebody has ability then we have to point out but as i said hopefully bike. Frankly imagine you'd prefer if you didn't share what you text me after that second go from ceylon to say you were impressed by it. Yes you wouldn't share. Because i know you're not allowed to that channel but i was a masterpiece. I barely saw a contract data efficient in technical way in the way that they d run forward. The past from alexandra old and i first from shakira was exceptional. And what about you. Know the the control from a left-footed with the right foods from saleh with a little step in a chip over the leg of the goalkeeper to score the second goal i mean. That's that was absolutely fantastic. And i have to say that was really really impressed by the by that
"Accounts of near death. Experiences can be polarizing indie. Most often happened while people are unconscious so researchers are incredibly limited in what they can actually measure. They must rely on human testimony to fill in. What's actually happening in other words. Andy ease exist near the intersection of two seemingly contradictory ideas science and faith which is why after a neurosurgeon reported in n. d. e. it became central to the conversation in nineteen eighty eight. Dr eban alexander began his career in boston at one of the most prestigious hospitals in the country. Brigham and women's well working as a neurosurgeon. Dr alexander simultaneously target his father's alma mater. Harvard medical school in both institutions. He had access to some of the most cutting edge medical technology in the world. Soon dr alexander became an expert in a non invasive. Surgical treatment called stereo tactic. Radio surgery a procedure that uses targeted radiation to address medical abnormalities. In the brain it can even eliminate tumors without needing to open the skull in his own practice. Doctor under-used stereo tactic. Radio surgery to treat cancer. Epilepsy mentoring nerves and tangled blood vessels and for nearly a decade in the field of medicine. His star was on the rise until two thousand one when an elderly woman from arizona. Whom will call. Rose contacted him to remove a benign tumor in her brain. Dr alexander was one of the few surgeons in the country capable of performing the procedure. So rose flew from arizona all the way to boston but she didn't receive the treatment that she expected when rose arrived at the hospital orderlies placed her in a wheelchair and brought her into the operation. Room apparently no one spoke to her or explain what was happening. After doctors strapped into a device rendering it immobile rose demanded to meet. Dr eben alexander. She was about to go under and he had yet to introduce himself mere minutes before the operation began. Dr alexander stepped in front of her said. Hello and assured her that she was in good hands then she drifted into unconsciousness and the surgery began when rose woke up in the icu. She couldn't move the left side of her face. Dr alexander never warned her about the risks associated with her surgery and though he'd successfully eliminated her tumor half of her face was now permanently paralyzed. Ultimately rose filed a lawsuit. Her lawyers asked to see the paperwork she'd signed before entering surgery. But apparently dr alexander could only produce a single sheet of paper. It didn't even have rose's signature on it. Apparently dr alexander had misplaced a number of her forms. The case was eventually settled out of court shortly after. Brigham and women's fire dr alexander from their roster administrators have not stated whether or not the dismissal was related to the lawsuit. Either way dr alexander moved on to work for umass memorial medical center located in worcester massachusetts. Where apparently his careless behavior continued during one operation. Dr alexander reportedly left a small piece of plastic inside a woman's nick. In addition to the pain this caused her she needed another intensive surgery to have it removed then in august two thousand three umass suspended dr sanders for an error made during an operation. On another patient's brain stem the specific details surrounding. These punitive measures remain confidential by early two thousand seven. Dr alexander relocated to lynchburg virginia and began work as a staff surgeon at lynchburg general hospital but his lack of professionalism and care continued
Christophe Robin: Get Stronger Hair with a Healthy Scalp
"Scrub end like why is it. Important to detox. Are scalp scalp. Yeah so everyone always talks about skin. Care how right and we always focus on face But our scalp is really just an extension of our based. Nobody really knows. The effect with healthcare You think haircare you're thinking you're strand you're thinking keeping your ends You know shiny and keeping split ends away But when we talk about scalp it's usually a little dirty and nobody ever wants to talk about it. so you get. That's where all of your issues cover right. Like if you have any eggs demise or dandruff any sort of europeans whether it be from color styling anything like that. It really starts with your skull. So taking care of scalp is super super wherein using a good shampoo. That's really going to give you your your beautiful hair on the long-term Because that's all we want right. We don't wanna do endless treatments to end all of these time consuming things Like i said we're we're not big into styling or shampoos. The reason for that is he knows you find a lot of still counts while everyone loves a good silicon from time to time. You know for those really important saturday night. Fun nights that we used to have on that we will get back to you spoon. That's not sort of thing. You gotta clean your scout afterwards. Exclusively said it's like you know going to bed with makeup on your face cadillac. Your scalp reads just like you. Let your skin. And that's exactly with our with our sea salt scrubbed and i love that you know. Listen for for those of us who are in the northeast. the colder climates The northwest for those of us who are in the north or in colder climates in the winter You know we. I get the itchy scalp right. My scott gets dry so it's not even about over styling or over shampooing. I think a lot of it is just whether rated definitely every year every year. And i i talk dirty about scalise. I can deandre right. It's just like you said. We live in the northeast new york. Especially we get super dry super flaky Especially if you colored to you now through times that can dry scalp so the good thing about this sea salt scrubbers Going to kind of get rid of all that those little sea salt crystals getting deep blakey said it gives you a queen feeling but without stripping your hair Similar to the ocean you go into the ocean sea. Salt water come out. Your skin is like really glowing any feel really great. Same effect on your scalp. I mean another thing that is totally sort of been ruined for me. Now that i knew that like carrington and any sort of sodium chloride do not go for some reason. I thought it was sulfates. Isn't that embarrassing. I i used to get it once a year. And i thought it was the sulfates in. Khartoum are good. But it's not it's sodium chloride. Yeah any sort of foaming agent you really don't want to mess with with Undocked everything you did okay. How okay so now. Let's talk about you know once we have detox star scalp in terms of keeping things healthy. What are sort of the next step in. You know making sure that we're fortifying are hairless. Say so actually in our world detoxing kind of like the last step so i'm gonna walk you through good okay all routine on how to properly wash your hair rate. It's super super common But it's a very common misconception that people don't understand and everybody that i talk to. You is like oh my god. I've been washing my hair the wrong way my entire life so i just wanted to walk you through a few steps on how to really you now. Detox your scalp. Get that clean feeling again. In a proper way their steps to get there and tell us like writer yes cash so the first step is actually detangling. Something super simple. How many times have you washed your hair and then have not even brushed it before you hop in the shower. I never russia before. I hop in the shower. You just take out your body a ponytail or whatever you have and you. Top shot right. Super super comment. Christopher always said these. I became really gonna stimulate your scalp It's also going to help natural in in your air and to help distribute the oils from your scalp down to your end's okay. Well we have. Our barbara still brash. again recommend bristle because it actually mimics the church in that we have in our hair naturally as you can see. They're all different life. Bristles anakin evenly distribute evenly. Brush your hair and get all of it the strands in your hair. Look your head over. Yes go ahead is as i see you doing this motion so you wanna do it upside down your over and i would totally demonstrate. My hair is curled today. For you look gorgeous. You look gorgeous ready to rush it. I'm going to look like a duck. It's also kind of volume so it's a really amazing little dole so the but answer the boar bristles because i know that is sort of like the gold standard of like your good brush. Do absolutely need that. You really think you do I've been using it for years. I am not the plastic. If you don't her for all war or you wanna get away from all plastic. You can kind of do a mix between a plastic board but really get get used to the warriors let so much better for your hair Once you use it to you'll also realize it doesn't tangle like sometimes you know when you get useless plastic bristles they kinda get a twisted around the bristle oranje. Get on this nothing. No no not so honestly like if we are making an investment and i mean how much is aboard. But they're they're they're not cheap but they're not expensive expensive rush for hundred dollars an audio for life as long as you bike Wash it gently Yeah i told that you're gonna use every single day so worth the investment. 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Jimmie Rodgers, singer of 'Honeycomb' and other hits, dies
"Musician Jimmie Rodgers has died of kidney disease and after testing positive for covert nineteen according to his publicist Rogers died last Monday in palm desert California at the age of eighty seven I marches are a letter with a look at his career Jimmy Rogers was discovered as he played shows on a ten dollar guitar while he was stationed in Nashville with the U. S. Air Force after the Korean War he auditioned with roulette records with the song honey comb which was his first single and only number one record his other hits include secretly and kisses sweeter than wine in nineteen sixty seven Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull he said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson Missouri
The Hello Kitty Murder
"The setting for this episode is actually hong kong and the year is nineteen ninety. Nine what you guys are doing for. Nineteen ninety nine. Do you remember like y two k. And all of that stuff. What did you do on new year's eve of nineteen ninety nine. I am not ashamed. Now am not a country music fan even though i was born and raised in nashville not a country music fan. I'm so sorry to those of you. Who are you know patsy. Kline is about as far as good on that rabbit hole. However a new year's eve nineteen thousand nine going in two thousand. I saw the dixie chicks live. I saw the dixie chicks. I want to know what you guys it. Because i truly feel like that was a very pivotal moment. So leave a comment on the episode tells us what you think of episode and then tell us what you dead on. Y2k new year's eve so are setting is nineteen ninety nine and one particular crime in hong kong gained a particular level of notoriety. That many others did not and that case quickly gained the name of the. Hello kitty murder. the press called it thus do details which will be getting to momentarily in may of nineteen ninety nine. A thirteen year old girl stumbled into a police station in the neighborhood of sim shaw shui. She was wild-eyed and shrieking the police initially thought that she could have been the victim of a crime but she's shocked officers by telling them that she was being haunted by a ghost. They laughed at the girl and started to lecture her about wasting their time believing her to be either mentally ill. The victim of a realistic nightmares were ultimately on drugs. All thong was already known to the police. Now this is actually not her real name. This is the name later assigned to her. So this is an alias. Even at thirteen years old she already had a record having run away from home and then publicly living with known gang members and drug dealers so she was not in a good spot already at thirteen. The girl then began to describe in vivid detail. How she her boyfriend and two other men mercilessly tortured a woman to death and the police still didn't believe it and that's possibly because nine thousand nine hundred nine hong kong's homicide rate was just one point two three per one hundred thousand people. It was literally one of the safest large cities in the entire world not to put that in perspective in one thousand nine hundred nine. New york city's homicide rate was nine point zero three hong kong one point two three new york city nine point zero three crazy high now. Hearing graphic details involving a young woman being bound by electrical wire and tortured to death over a month shock the officers and they just didn't believe her story but they took down the details a follow up on it later. Desperate to be believed. The girl demanded that they follow her to the apartment or the woman's remains were located and they reluctantly agreed. Police followed girl to her. Boyfriend's apartment. Apartment number thirty one on granville road. In kowloon the boyfriend's name chan men lock a mid level drug dealer gang member as soon as the police approach the door. They knew that something was gravely wrong. The sweet smell of decay was overpowering. The injured the apartment. It was littered with trash drug paraphernalia and splattered with feces and blood. The tile flooring was crumbling and difficult to walk on and peppering the apartment was hello kitty memorabilia. Stuffed animals towels cutlery sheets decorative blades pillows curtains and toys and this was a luxury apartment building so the state of this apartment was very much not indicative of off on immediately. Walk them to the refrigerator where they discovered muscle tissue and internal organs neatly packed in plastic bags in organized on the shelves before the officers could overcome that shock. She diverted their attention to a bloodied mermaid. Hello kitty doll. That was on top of a stained mattress on the ground. After a quick examination. It was clear that something was in sight of it. After opening up a series of stitches inside the head of the doll they discovered a human skull. The young girl admitted that the ped- belongs to twenty-three-year-old missing nightclub hostess. Fan men yea- but age twenty fan man. Yee had led a very tumultuous sad calamitous life born into extreme poverty. She was abandoned by her parents left to fend for herself. At the age of four she grew up in a girls' orphanage experienced many many hardships while there as a teenager she revealed associated with gang members and drug dealers leading to both heroin and meth addiction by the age of sixteen fan. Turn to sex work to pay for her deepening drug habit and eventually worked in the brothels of kowloon she was repeatedly sexually physically and mentally abused by both our clients and bosses pure almost always members of notorious hong kong triads and a trio. That is more or less just a criminal family or criminal organization as it were. These triage ads are transcontinental You know one can be based out of china and then have other members say based in los angeles new york city there are actually quite a few in the united states currently as well
Pugpig's Jonny Kaldor on the state of the digital publishing market
"Twelve th the twenty twenty. The puck pick team wants their first annual state of the digital publishing market tool. And i'm joined by puck petkova johnny to talk about what's been happening in the world of digital publishing on what we can expect and twenty twenty one. Welcome johnny p tom. Thank you raring to go. Sort of a new year great. Starting we obviously called in us lockdown so we re more. But did i get puck. Picked doesn't do reports pump does publishing platforms. Or why have you done. That's why have you done a report to something we wanted to do for awhile. Actually you know. We've got over three hundred brands on the products on the platform and data can of flying around washing around for longtime. We just wanted to to actually take a step back. I get sense of what's going on because we so rarely do you constantly head down working specifically with you. Know a number of clients on very specific things but It was a good opportunity to take a step back and just start to pull out some trends tuition. We did two different things. We we looked at the data. The rule data that we've got obviously in aggregate so we're not giving away any trade secrets But then we also conducted a set of face to face or at least. It's face to face as we could be given the lockdown but interviews with about forty people Most of whom were customers of ours publishes that we work with to get more subjective views of what's going on. That's that was the idea of the report. And that's what we want to continue as a mixer. Kind of data driven Insights as well as actually talking to people and getting a proper sense from them. You know what. What are they thinking about right. So what does that list. The clients look like what the publishers of you go on that list. Yeah we'll so. If you think of our customer base we split quite cleanly actually between News media consumer media and then almost specialist meter and membership organizations in. It's almost a third third third so we wanted to kind of split our conversations in the simla sorta way so we were talking to Dow jones dmg media. Dennis conde nast than smaller publishers. Like motor sport magazine. New scientists new statesman news uk. Reach a really good kind of cross section of a big national dailies News media can regional news media And then weekly media. So we also took aspect to the economist. Of course who worked with for many years. And then the kind of monthly consumer media so it's quite nice cross section. And that's why in the report particularly for the subjective stuff we we we split all of the responses into news media and consumer media because as you might expect the have slightly different views on what's going on so she'd take a helicopter view To you know as a starting off point host. I just hope publishing lost use credit. Yeah yeah yeah. It's it's it's an interesting one. I mean we. We split in two in two dimensions. I suppose we split between news media and consumer male obviously And then we tend to look at things between the dailies. The weeklies in the monthlies. They tend to get interesting trends across those those two dimensions. So i think what we're seeing is is pretty positive. I have to say. I think in the dailies which costa all news media with seeing an i guess we look at things from subscriber. Numbers and indiana average. Monthly uses that sort of stuff. Because if you think about all platform traditionally we are more of an app centric platform and we. You know we we powell websites and mobile app. Spital the broad base of customers. Our apps and apps have very specific characteristics and one thing that apps are really good at is kind of you know the more loyal engaged paying audience as opposed to websites and social which is obviously going for scale And so everything that we talk about in. This report comes from that lens. So i think from that perspective. Things are looking good and otherwise we're seeing increases in readership and engagement. Pretty much across the board. Actually the dailies. The weeklies monthlies. I think i think the weekly civil within these power houses of digital publishing. It's it's It's interesting how you know when you look at people like the economist and The we can the spectator and those those a weekly journals over the last ten years. They've just they've always seemed to have done well in digital I think with dailies again. We're seeing really good growth. You'll see on the report actually and we. We stuck some updated numbers on the recently. The was definitely a coded bump in terms of engagements and readership for the dailies in particular. And then i think the monthlies is is interesting because i guess consumer publishing has been attacked on all sides. Hasn't it you know not not just from from a technology standpoint but also you know the fact that the content for the mass consumer media is harder to defend so think what we found with the consumer. Titles is the niche titles. Again doing really well. People like motor sports. You know have done really well. In digital i think the bigger publishers have found it more challenging but this was an interesting year for the to the consumer publishes because i think subscriber revenue finally got the priority that. It's probably been wanting for some years and and so we've seen some really interesting things in consumer publishing is not quite there yet is not as at least in again in our little world not quite as mature as the dailies in the weekly. But it's definitely getting there. Why did you think does deference dailies go a certain level of engagement our weekly skull i guess weeklies of the highest engagement a monthly the lowest wise does the timing of content mix of deference. He i don't know. I don't know if it's a timing thing. Or if it's the nature of the content and again i think i wonder if part of this 'cause you write instinctively you would have thought a new referring to to some of the figures that we published which was actually while we look to two different things. We looked at number of visits per month. And then we looked the length of those visits per month and what we found was the number of visits come on roughly fits with what you would instinctively think right which is the weekly have five or six visits a month and the are getting about three or four which instinct to be feels right. You know you would go more regularly to daily news app. However the session duration is following the same pattern in other words. The daily news media are getting longer session durations than weekly and the weekly news media getting longer session directions a monthly. So that feels counterintuitive. Thanks this a couple of things going on there. I think first of all. I think with the daily news media i guess when you actually about it as heaven or content in the daily news title more content than in a weekly right of couse less future a feature lad But there's a hell of a lot consume there and so particularly with the daily editions. We see very long session durations. The reason why the monthly so low i think is again down to product maturity. I think for us. At least historically a good chunk of the monthly consumer media who run our platform just kicking out fairly i have to say basic pdf replicas particularly in the uk. It's in the last year that actually along with that increased prioritization of subscriber revenue. They've come back in the started much more effort into their apps and so and now delivering proper native apps on phone and tablet that can actually be read a proper content. So i think we're seeing. We're seeing the monthly consumer media improve for
Unlocking Your Brain's Potential With Dr. Ryan D'Arcy
"We have this conversation. I'm hanging out in boulder colorado. You are in vancouver and You grew up in british columbia. It sounds like in a small town. Did which is known it. Tell me if. I have this right as the second largest stampede. In canada behind calgary is that right. We're gonna go that right. Yes yes. I've lived my entire life telling people that factoid and for non canadian listeners. The stampede is certainly it biggest rodeo on the planet candidate you've I grew up by Surrounded by cowboys and gold. Rush prospectors bright williams. Like the. it's the town. It's pretty small town though isn't it yet. Is sub between fifteen and twenty five thousand depending on over the course of years. So it's it's pretty small it's largely in the interior of b. c. so it's a lot of mountains nearby and a lot of outdoors and that sort of thing. The caribous right. That's right. yeah it's in the cariboo. Yeah so were you. Were you ever participant in the rhodesia side of things. Actually my father was the the head of the rodeo. When year. But i was really small. I was never a participant. We had sort of friends that had ranches in for a while. We had cattle and horses forces scared me in the sense that they they had their own minds. I wasn't entirely sure when i was on a dirt bike. I knew how to control that but horses had to actually be a lot smarter than i was to know how to get on with horses so my sister wrote a lot got. That's kind of really interesting foreshadowing in a weird way though right because you sort of like as a as a kid you see these animals and realize that they have their own mind than their own will. And you're not entirely sure how it works. How to relate to them or had a surly interact way where you develop a mutual understanding and then you look pretty far far forward actually like a couple of years down. The road and your life has been devoted to similar process but with human beings absolutely. Yeah it's it's really interesting too because you see come full circle and not for me personally. But now acquaint therapy you have these people that are really being able to understand. The phenomenon of the brain is the brain is the brain right. So it's it's fascinating to see it across not just humans but across all animals. Yeah a much. A curious is so you do all this work on Measuring what happens in the brain and detecting what happens in the brain then translating that. Because i i've also seen sort of this really fascinating emergence of therapy and known people who both Lead therapy and have been through it. You have been inclined slash patients and shared how they feel like a horse's or these deeply wise animals who are fiercely intuitive and consents. Everything about you so that there there is this sort of connection really unusual connection that tends to happen with human beings as a neuroscientist. Does that land trudy. Yes it does. It's actually where. I'm i'm right now. I'm really interested in tobacco up a bit when ibm i built watson and challenged Jeopardy champions i got called in the neuroscientist to compete Sort of debate with computer scientists about the brain and a and all that stuff. And i got fixated on this interesting thing. I stumbled across my research where somebody proposed that there could be more functional connections in the human brain than there were atoms in the observable universe and over the years. I've really found that interesting. Because i've i've tried to work the numbers and that sort of thing and what i realized it. You know if you reduce that down to a simple circuit of neurons it is possible that that circuit can have more connections than it actually has atoms that compose it and when i really realized it was kind of cool is when if you think we'll wait a minute that's the neurons are not just within our own. Skulls are neurons. Interact with each other all the time right so minor runs right now. Are changing your functional connections in yours are changing mind so so i thought wow. Isn't that cool. Because that's like a really heavy kinda insight into ways. We could tap brain potential brain power to do good things in life. And so yeah. I'm always thinking about those things. Yeah and it's and it's really interesting to right because the fundamental assumption there. Is that the things that go on in our brain can in a very real way affect what's happening in the brain of being whether human or animal in proximity to us in some way shape or form. Yeah yeah we just had one of our Cyber narrow factoid and one of the facts that was really interesting as when musicians are playing music their brainwaves synchronized and doing all these things now. I don't personally do it but through in the field. There's all these meta scanning where they can show the neuro relationship between mom and baby and different people far away as just fascinating. Yeah that's amazing because then if you can show that the brainwave sink. Then if that sentence than has almost like this trickle down effect on the physiology and the rest of the nervous system then maybe that also part of the basis for people who were new you have these phenomenon where it seems like physiological cycles. start to sink Yeah yeah. And i think it's interesting because the more that we become mindful of that the more we can actually use it for positive impacts right and i think in the world today you can maybe start to ask the question if some of that is there and has just out of control and so how could we actually harness that. I think that's just such interesting ways to think about how you know we never really think about our brains right. It's just what moves our body and our personality and all that but if you could actually think about it in different ways i've i've always loved creativity in that. Yeah
Foreign reaction to the "disgraceful scenes" at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC
"In washington dc transfixed. The world prompting horror interleaved with an amount of bleak humor in countries which the us are sold to lecture on the democratic proprieties. Jonah russia and turkey were among those struggling to keep straight faces as they shoot. Solemn statements hoping that due process would be observed is might be tempting even vacantly reassuring to believe that trump's last two weeks good north. The united states image abroad any worse than the previous four years already had bus. Is this in fact. A new low four states addition of the briefing andrew miller was joined by louis lucas former. Us diplomats now senior partner with seeing global advisors to take a close. Look if you've been watching yesterday's events from one of those embassies would it have felt it would have been terribly embarrassing. You know as you said we we like to go around the world and tell countries that they should strive for a more open and free democracy and democratic system of government and to see the kind of violence and destruction that we have always condemned overseas happening in the cradle of democracy in washington dc in the capitol building itself. Egged on by the president would be incredibly embarrassing awkward for a us diplomat overseas. Do you worry that this is something that is going to. Linger pass january twentieth. Will this have a lasting impact on the united states ability to project itself as a guarantor exemplar of democracy abroad. I think it'll be a long before. The united states can issue for example. A statement of condemnation because a foreign leader doesn't accept election results. Without having that country's snicker in return. I think we like to tell the rest of the world of to abide by free and fair elections and we have a president now. Who's not doing that. And i think eventually we will regain the moral high ground. But i think donald trump and the last four years and certainly the last two weeks and still two weeks to go has caused immense damage. I mean are you able to reassure yourself. At least the world does perhaps regard president trump as an aberration. It was notable yesterday in the statements from various world leaders. That even some of those who had been broadly sympathetic. Boris johnson here in the uk. Benyamin netanyahu and israel both used the wood disgraceful right. We'll donald trump's got less than two weeks left office or whether you're boris johnson. Or benjamin netanyahu or some of these republican leaders in washington dc. They're all suddenly finding backbone and sort of moral certitude condemned donald trump when. He's basically on his way out the door. I would question for all those people including the ones in washington the politicians you know. Where was that sense of morality and two years ago three years ago when donald trump was well down this path already as we were just discussing a struggle now seems imminent full the soul of the republican party between what remains i guess of its traditional stoller decor and the sort of insurgent yahoo wing which has taken over in the last four years but is going to be a concern overseas that they might be more where this came from. I mean it is not inconceivable that a republican president could be elected for years from now it might even be donald trump again. Well on yes Let's hope not but it is certainly conceivable. The republican would be elected president for years in the skull so conceivable by the way that the republicans would retake control of the house and the senate in two years so that that's not very far away so i think if you're an oversees observer if you're a diplomat in washington and want to maintain contacts with the relevant political parties in the united states. You certainly don't discount the republicans at this point and you don't discount what you called the nut wing element of the republican party. Because i think that trump base will remain there are seventy one million. Americans voted for donald trump. You know the the notion that suddenly because of yesterday mitch. Mcconnell on the leaders of the party be rediscovered by partisanship and cooperation. I think is a bit of a fantasy. They will do everything they can for the next two years to thwart joe biden's agenda and try to set themselves up for taking control in the house and the senate two years from now just quickly. If we're trying to be optimistic about this. Is that perhaps anything to the idea that there was something usefully humbling in yesterday's nonsense in the might at laced stop. Us correspondents and commentators from referring to yesterday's events as many of them did like it was something you would expect to see. In colombia or lebanon. Mark they actually be able to understand that no. This can't happen here. Indeed is maybe i'm not. I think we have a tendency to have a bit of a short memory and a sort of lack of ability to be introspective. So i think hopefully yesterday was a one off. It won't happen again. But the fact is that donald trump has stoked this sort of fear and hatred for four years now in his. He's built up a lot of resentment amongst his base against the establishment against democrats. And i think it's not going to go away overnight. Louis lucas there in conversation with an earlier this week
Keys to Better Product Marketing
"Of the things that they you thought. You had some great insights. And i think this is really interesting because it is a challenge especially the bigger the organization is is once you've got you know changes in messaging strategy for a product. How do you get that. Messaging implemented throughout the whole funnel. You know like. It's easy to change the website But how does how do you get that way. Down to the sales team so one of the interesting things about product marketing. And if you ask. People who've been around product mark does and you say what this marketing do right. One of the first things that comes out of people smile seems like djing positioning and this is great and one of the key areas of weakness. Say in a lot of product is out there and myself included. Because i've made a mistake many times early. My career is creating messaging positioning. That is not used by the rest of the company so if no one uses it like did you actually do anything. one of those things right And happens because in many cases We might be just isolated from what is happening outside of the company and what is happening our own departments so we create is great messaging and positioning gopher zach size when he writes something and we have the document right and we share the document and we hope that people are going to read the document. And they're gonna own. I love and i'm gonna apply i'm gonna use it right away. That's actually not the reality like no one wants to read your documents. Say yes. i'm going to do that. So the art to product. Marketing is not coming up with messaging and positioning. That is is the best ever. But he's actually helping your entire company adopt the right messaging and positioning right so as a product marketer you gotta work with such as your sales counterparts. You've got to work with people and support. You gotta work with people in the marketing team. And you got to work with the ceos engineers. Everyone is working around the same message. the the the fundamentals. Daniel start seeing The reaction where people started adopting that the bass rolled out a revamped messaging and positioning the been far off. They actually started from the top with the ceo was always talking about that new direction or the story or how positioning it and once you have the seals executives talking about it and once you have that right that everyone is okay. This is for real. Yes that's why we have this on the website right. So that's one of the elements of having like that top down approach. Now there's a corollary to that which is if the message does not work when you're in front of a customer right. It doesn't matter what the ceo says right is not gonna work. So that's why you gotta work both ways. There's a top down and bottom of approach and For people who are trying to go through this process day. I'd say the best starting point for creating the messaging is actually trying that yourself with a customer so it could be customer devise reports it could be What enough to do is just like sitting down with sales reps and going on sales calls and trying to message out yourself right and is almost like looking at it from a product launch perspective. You gotta do like an early access program or a beta program. Whatever you're calling it you're gonna try message tests it out. See how that works. And you're gonna find out at some things are good. Some things are not good comeback. And dan when you're having those conversations with the co with the ceos you can talk to them and say well. I've sat through like fifteen fifty sales skulls and this is what happened rallies. Now just like well. Why does this resonate. Why do we think this is great. Is it has. It actually has lex right so it's really putting together like that. The process your mind and it can be a daunting at first especially if you're in a large organization but that's where you start recruiting people to help you to do that. And the best folks were that alexei navalny so if you have a good partnership is sales enablement team. They can also help you on. What are the best ways for us. Festus message to pair up with the sales engineers as the sales reps and get the message. Tested few fasted. And then you go back and you started rolling that out from the top down.
"skull" Discussed on Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes)
"I do and maybe one of the first times that you and I got to interact properly was at a screening of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the crystal skull because that was right when Christian and I had just started doing schmos no reviews and we were pump beyond belief for this new Indiana Jones movie I was I was blasted by the trailers out. There are awesome and then you see the movie and I feel like I kind of maybe sugar coated my review the time a little bit just because I'm still processing what I saw but we are over a decade after this movie now Scott so I gotta ask you is Kingdom of the Crystal Skull fresh or Rotten is absolutely fresh. I think well, first of all I and Jacqueline touched us on this already that. It's it's. It's not a bad movie and know I think Jacqueline used the word that you you were tired if movie feels tired I think what I I saw Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the crystal. Skull. A press screening on the paramount lot in the big huge paramount theatre I was so excited just to see the First Indiana Jones, movie in nine. Teen years. Now Crystal Skull. It opened on May twenty, second two, thousand eight and it bates something like almost eight, hundred, million dollars worldwide, which makes it. By far, the highest grossing Indiana Jones movie worldwide and also with its budget of one, hundred, eighty, five, million dollars it's not only easily the most expensive of the need that Indiana Jones movies it is also the most expensive movie that Steven Spielberg ever directed. So That's an interesting statistic by I love this movie I remember where I saw all the Indiana Jones movies. And who I was with and I loved this movie. I, think the the setbacks, the the bad parts of the movie we can all agree on, but it doesn't take away from how much I love the film. I, like to look at an apples to apples comparison because they're both George Lucas. Properties. I've look at crystal skull the way I look at the Force Awakens. which was the first star wars movie and what the let's see ninety two, thousand, five to ten years. It'd be a good ten years. Yes. I was waiting it felt like twenty but it was ten for most people. But Martin Jacqueline I just felt like it was so great to see Indiana Jones. Of course, you see him pick up the FIDORA and you'll hear the John Williams score and look this is a different world. It's it's not nine, hundred, thirty, five, thirty, six, or thirty, eight it's nineteen, nine,.
"skull" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Joe. Biden could say or they could now the question was asked to Joe Biden on new green deal or the green new deal. Sorry. Do you think it's too much Anderson Cooper said no, I don't said Vice President by no follow up it's gonNa cost sixty trillion dollars. We're GONNA stop driving cars with gas it within ten years for that. Yeah and it's going to require every single building to be retrofitted and change I mean even ones that are historic and go back many many centuries I mean it's the green new deal is crazy. It is and this is the point that I've started to make I looking. At Joe Biden's policy plans. Recently, he would be the most liberal president in modern history if he won his ideas are far. More progressive than any candidate since McGovern, his budget by the way is double. What Hillary Clinton proposed in two thousand sixteen. Just just think about that for a minute five trillion dollars in new spending double. What Hillary Clinton proposed his tax increases are GONNA hit every American household. This is not some moderate guy. I? mean. If he if he's elected president, he's going to be an extreme liberal and I think. That's just something people need to come to terms with they might be okay with that. They might say look I'm willing to have that over the chaos of trump I'll vote for by doesn't matter but people need to go into this election is wide open understanding. What the alternatives are I think that's a very important thing my final question for lawn, Jenna, the Hoover Institution Given the near certainty that there will be chaos and confusion during voting month as mail in ballots are counted and rejected in the rest of it How do you like the idea of some sort of bipartisan commission getting to work like today by noon on standards and messaging and bipartisan statements of Solidarity? That sort of thing let's see being preemptive about dealing with the chaos. I would love that I think that'd be a great idea to get respected. You know respecting Republican respected Democrats get people together and and and help us make our way through this best. We cannot have this be a partisan process regardless of how you feel who you're going to vote for all really want this election to be fairly decided and we want to have confidence in the outcome of the election and the direction we're headed and I really worry about because that's not the direction we're headed in and bringing this back to de politicize it as much as possible. I I think that'd be great. So I I'd be all for it. I don't think it's going to happen really. Dan Coats, op it in the New York. Times yesterday. I don't know if you read it but he said Joe Biden or Donald Trump or not a death blow to the country but losing faith in our elections could be yeah that's good stuff. Yeah. Well, let's keep an eye on this one going forward line he Chen Dave and Diane stiffy fellow in American Public Policy Studies Hoover Institution Lawn. He thanks so much for the time. Good to talk to you. got. Oh boy yeah I worry way more about that. the post election day chaos hatred angst. Conspiracy theories Russian propaganda. Roles and bots and and the rest of it, not to mention Nancy Pelosi and Donald J saying irresponsible things I. I'm more worried about that than about anything. Yeah. Okay. That's interesting. I don't mean to freak you out everybody. He van Morrison is very old. He's got some new songs out and he's anti covid nineteen lockdown. Really who knew the Little Irishman had an opinion.
"skull" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Mr Vice President. I look out over my Biden sign in my front yard and I see a sea of trump flags and yard signs. Is that a question from Joe Biden during the town hall. Does nobody have any insouciance awesome for you? Lead up to a different question, I was going to lay out just the things we've been talking about today for long he Chen we've talked about Biden softball. Press conferences in town halls versus trump getting grilled. Does that matter the the trumps flat delivery of a really good message yesterday and then I thought A. Grievance Laden rally last night with non-aligned with not enough reason to vote for mentors a lot of stuff out there. Well, let's join lawn. He Jen for the discussion on he is the David Diane Steffi Fellow in American Public Policy Studies at the Hoover Institution and joins us now how are you sir? I'm fine great to be with you. Thank you so I. Don't know if you've had a chance to observe the president lately, but he seems a little tired. Well I here. Here's what I think. The president has a a certain comfort zone he likes to operate in and he likes the environment where he can just get out there and let her rip time whatever he wants to talk about, and the question is how that modus operandi works with the closing weeks of a campaign and I think one of the things that made him effective in twenty sixteen at the end was his ability to focus on message and to just get out there and relentlessly deliver it, and generally speaking candidates is successful when they can do that. Right now, the presence not there yet and I think until he can get there and I think he probably will get there. The question is when I do think some of these rallies and some of these events end up doing more harm than good and that's something that they're going to have to confront. I only took in fifteen minutes of last night. So you know it's anecdotal evidence but. Instead of you know, we're going to build a wall and nobody thought he was actually going to build the wall Mexico's GonNa, pay for it. But here's somebody that finally gives a crap about illegal immigration Yay I'm GonNa bring jobs back that sorta stuff reasons vote for God. He was going on it was a perfect phone call. You're talking about the Ukraine phone call my. Wow. Meanwhile they're and saw softballs Joe Biden. You catch any the town hall last night. yeah I mean, it was a big wet kiss right and I, think it it. It shouldn't be surprising because we have seen now over and over again, the media does treat the two people differently treats trump and biden differently. and you know you guys asked the question do I think it's going to make a difference and the answer is I don't I don't think it's going to make a difference because I think people have already weighed these issues in their lives. They get the media likes Joe Biden one life's Donald Trump they understand that you know as a result, the to are going to. Be Treated differently I'm not sure it affects how people view them though I I think if you I said this a lot before which is at this point in Donald Trump's presidency you figured out how you feel about Donald Trump probably still have I mean you still have questions about, Hey, what I think Donald Trump you must have been living on another planet for the last couple. Of Years. So this stuff that's out there you know the Woodward Book and the media's treatment of them and all of the noise you know most Americans I think have tuned it out and I think they've figured out you know look this is what I think Donald Trump and by the way just because you don't like him doesn't mean you're not going to vote and I. Think that's an important factor to consider as well. We were talking earlier. We think the best you know for people who like some trump stuff, but he bothers him so much. They just can't vote for him. Then looked trumpers is a buddy of mine text that getting the Sixteen nineteen project out of the schools and ending critical race theory training and government agencies that could be huge. Well it is because people sort of say listen I'm you know I think a lot of Americans would say that say what say look I'm all for a society that got people that look different from me and sound different from me. That's fine. But I don't want to be told that the history of my country is so foul and so odious that I can't learn about it. I don't WanNa. Be told that everything America's done is wrong I don't WanNA. Be told that you know everything that I've done as a non you know non minority non person of color non whatever is wrong and I think people just say look I don't want that's not the environment I want to be in and so there are commonsense things that the president does common sense things that people do when they say look. You know you you're right. Not all that is wrong and we and there are things about our history and our culture that we should learn. We should understand times when things went badly we also understand that there are a heck of a lot of times in our history when things went well, and and that's something that everybody in every child should learn in this country will write the the. Idea of having wonderful ideals and sometimes falling short of them is not an ugly story. I mean, it's it's it's it's worth telling but again, it's an and the left. He media is trying to give you an inverse description of what's happening here that he's trying to eliminate any teaching of America's sins. The problem is, and just as a personal note lawn, he judging by our listeners. And we hear from them by the hundreds and hundreds every day this the far left indoctrination from kindergarten through Grad school is a huge issue among real people and I credit the trump administration for having their ear to the ground enough to realize it I think the New York Times and an NPR there. So snide anytime they make reference it's a conspiracy theory but I'm telling you it's big in the hinterlands. Well. Here's the problem the people that are reporters for these outlets, the people who are opinion writers for the most part for these outlets, they are far to the left of even many Democrats. In this country, they make up a disproportionate percentage of you know these sort of relatively far to the left progressive folks and and they're in very influential positions, and so I think when most Americans look at that they say you. Know. That doesn't really sound like what you know what I think is right just at a gut level people don't think that what they're reading what they're seeing. Sound, right. So this disconnect between mainstream media and many Americans that that's going to be a huge problem going forward. This is not a not a campaign problem it's not a political problem. It goes to the breakdown of our institutions and the media is one of them. I think outside of a major event occurring you know something international or whatever I don't see what's going to change the trajectory of the election except for that first debate particularly, if Joe Biden is on the debate stage with the world watching and says something like he said, last night that all two hundred thousand people would still be alive if trump had done his job in Washington. Post even says Biden is making this up How would that affect things? I mean. That's an extraordinary thing to say how about the fact that Anderson Cooper didn't even follow up on that Yeah I mean I think this first debate is going to be interesting to watch because you're gonNA see the ultimate prevent defense In Joe Biden Strategy I mean really his job is to get up there and to not screw things up. I mean the many bland things he can say and I think it'll be totally fine but you're right. I think where where the Biden campaign is concerned in all likelihood is concerned he's going to get up there and he's GonNa say something or say a few things that will really demonstrate kind of either that he's locked few steps for that that you know he just has positions that are fundamentally out of step with most Americans and I think that's the worry for the Biden campaign you know the the the trump team they they kinda feel like look people are used to the freewheeling style, the president, he's not GonNa say. Things carefully. He's going to get up there and say, what are you going to say and so I think they feel it's relatively low risk which is why you hear the president saying, let's let's debate more but but the team I think they're they're playing prevent and they really do not want people to to hear or see some of the things that.
"skull" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"It eight their minds. Eight. This week occupied. For Super Pike's scold. Welcome to increase the PODCAST that discusses why Pulp Fiction I'm one of your host ones. He Gate I I'm GonNa Thought of your hosts. Kelly nugent and we are back to Christopher Pike with the Hollow Skull which buck. Loved I really loved it. I I think by ninety eight I was starting to. Pay Less, attention to these books and reading more Stephen King and so I didn't remember these as well because I think wasn't rereading them like crazy, yeah! I read this one I so good. He just gets better and better. It's really good. It's really good. It's really I feel like this book is so distilled down. Christopher Pike kind of thing that I loved about him is that his books were always like? Really Sad And like. heartbreak, Lama Sad, but funny, but also scary I like existential and so Tarik Yeah. This is like it's. It's like a combination between whisper of death. Monster What else thinking of Scavenger Hunt? SCAVENGER hunt to me like it's just the similar. The similar vibe of Lake. Because the Lizard people yeah blizzard thing and like like kind of he'll going off. Madonna I. There is this like I. Don't. I truly do not know how to describe this feeling when I read a book like this that is. Like this kind of Christopher Pike. Book, which is like I? Feel like I. Can I imagine a place Yeah, I I was getting a lot of. Like an immediate visual of what everything was yeah, and and an even that lake it felt very similar about part in Scavenger Hunt. Where like there? She goes out or he goes out. To that like weird creepy cabin that's in the middle of the desert. Remember that like it felt like that. You know what it feels like. My God way lake, courage the cowardly dog. In a good way, but what I saw. I never watched that. I have no idea what you're talking your shit. Who Okay in what way Kelly? In the like so courage, the cowardly dog courage lives It was it was too young for me. My sister watched it. Which is why I knew about it. But it is very scary, but it was a courtesy, and the dog is like purple he lives. With granny in this cabin in the middle of the desert. And like supernatural things happen and like the sky is like the wrong color a lot, and like everything he he lays on what this cartoon was like. Yeah, yeah, it was like like it. It's a very like paranormal heavy show and he's like. Scared of everything, so he has to do a lot of stuff. with, ghosts and stuff. It, just like the like. If you showed me like a story board just like the image truly like if you like a look book. Of Kerr's carly dog like that's the feel of this town to me. It's very creepy. It's very. It's one of those like Google. Courage, the cowardly young, so it's one of those. It's one of those cartoons that like you look back and you're like damn. This was like scary tons, kids, but I. my sister watched it. Oh, I see what you mean. like the the house in particular in the Desert Yep. That's what it is like this house in the desert. And just like the music is very like, atmospheric and scary, and like truly scary things happen I just clicked on the ten scariest monsters from courage, the cowardly dog ninety kids will remember just how utterly horrifying courage the cowardly dog could be, and here are the shows top ten freaky ass monsters. I had no idea. I just remember I. Just fully thought it was just like goofy dog cartoon. No, it was scary. There's a black puddle queen..
"skull" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Chrome today. We're GONNA talk about a long gated skulls. No I'm not talking about politicians will with a C note and no. I'm not talking about money. A. C. Notice natural pit or sinkhole resulting from the collapse of limestone that exposes groundwater underneath. And the you could town mine area Mexico. They were often used to make sacrificial offerings of different kinds. The name comes from the native Mayan word term does not which refers to any place that has accessible groundwater in the Yucatan area there are at least six thousand seals and the water is often crystal clear as our sources rain. Water slowly percolates through the limestone removing particles. The Yucatan area has very few rivers and lakes. They tend to be marshy. Thus Seino's were vital as water supplies for the Mayan. People entered along gated skulls. Human skeletons have been found encinos such as the elongated skull one skeleton was amazingly radio carbon dated as being thirteen thousand six hundred years old goal ceremonial objects and human skeletons were found in the early twentieth century along gated skulls have been found across Europe though. Easy explanation is that the head of a newborn was bound in such a way that the school becomes along gated. I use the word easy because the growth of a newborn skull ends after about four months. Some subtle shaping can occur till the twenty but that wouldn't be enough to create the elongated skulls that have been found then there are the Parakou. Skulls paragraphs calls are massive collection of ancient elongated skulls discovered on Peru south coast. A Peruvian archaeologist made the discovery in nineteen twenty eight when he recovered more than three hundred long gated skulls from the Cost Desert Peninsula while elongated skulls are not a new phenomenon. The power costs. Skulls are particularly curious for three reasons. They are the largest elongated skulls found anywhere on earth. They contain mysterious unknown. Dna and they are structurally different from other long gated human skulls have been found. The common explanation is that when an infant is born their skull this place between boards in such a way that it can only grow out in anlong gated manner as I mentioned the rapid growth of the human skull. Stop sort of about four months. However the Power Co. skulls are distinct from those found in other cultures because of their structure and their genetic makeup DNA tests show. The skulls contain a foreign. Never before seen genetic mutation. Is it possible? This mutation causes skulls to Elongate. Perhaps it is the same genetic mutation that caused the hair color of the power costs people to mutate as well. Some of the discovered pentecost skulls have red or blonde hair remnants which has no explanation other than genetics in addition to the unknown DNA. This Kohl's have another curious feature that supports the theory that they are not fully human the location of the Forum the Forum Magnum or the whole where the spine comes up in the back of the skull. According to one researcher the Foreman Magnum on the powercuts skulls is located on a spot. That's lower than where it should be. While some may assume this to be a side effect of head binding this is misleading at binding and similar practices. Only change the shape of the skull. They do not alter other aspects of the skull structure. Foreman Magnum isn't the only structure featured that stands out on the skulls. The Pirka skulls are also twenty five percent larger and sixty percent heavier than typical human skulls and they contain only one Harare toll plate instead of two. That's where the school actually comes together. You can see it in in skulls skeletons. It looked like a bumpy area. Clearly there are some distinct structural differences that make up the parakeet skulls. A curious anomaly are the elongated skulls found in Germany Bulgaria and across South American countries of Ecuador Chile Bolivia and Argentina and imitation of the three hundred Skulls found in Peru south coast. Who were these people? And why would anyone want to imitate them? Along gated skulls was produced here at night owl sound studio and brought to you by the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and internationally recognized Psychic Medium Sherron powered author of the Book Life. Eternal.
"skull" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"It is confusing thing. It really is confusing thing. So maybe we're being too high Falutin to think that that's complex. We failed or tipped her appropriately and we treasure that story. That's one to be passed. Down is tradition. Exactly yeah. Yeah I'd love this story in. It's one of these ones. That goes back to my childhood them. I just think it's really fun. And has the creep factor to it as well and the fact that it is. I mean this is probably one extra point that we should make for the shore. Anyway and that is that's a lot of people do believe in these legends. They re leader and I think you'd have lots of different reasons for why someone would display skull attach Stories to our house but I think there are a lot of people who really do. Think that this something to it and Still to this this in several of these actually have a skull sitting there. And so I mean if you you know whether or not it's magical or a ghostly or not. There is a skull in their house. Which is isis still have skulls on display of wealth as finding a wealth of information photographs and postcards of skulls were on display until recently in people stolen them will. I don't know maybe taking with them if they have moved on. But so is just a real wealth of anecdotal evidence. Anyway all right well. I don't have a great joke to wind this up with but this was really interesting. We'll put a link to your story. The show notes and we'll put a link to lots and lots and lots of cool legends and newspaper stories and supplementary material. That's all right. I'M GONNA stop recording with. Hey No problem I look forward to doing. The Lord Dufferin stories. Well which Oh my God do you realize the Dufferin Lewis's Comeback Teaser? If we leave the end the Dufferin story we've actually been looking into sense. Well obviously longtime before that but since the very first year we started doing monster talk so I I I found independently will before that too before that yeah absolutely so fascinated by that tail since we were kids and then once you start developing tools for how to research these stories investigate them than makes me look at things from a different. That'll be a really fun episode. I look forward to doing that. Two more on sturt doll. You've been listening to Monster. Talk The science show about monsters. I'm Blake Smith and I'm Karen Stolz. Now you've been listening to a discussion with Karen Myself. Discussing the screaming skulls lots of links and the show notes including linked to current short story which was inspired by this legend. I'm still intrigued by what inspired these multiple stories and skulls. And maybe that's a mystery lost time but then again maybe some of our listeners will be inspired the dig into this or already know more about it than we did. So let us know. We hope you've enjoyed this episode of Monster. Talk each episode. We strive to bring you the very best in monster related content with the focus on bringing scientific skepticism into the conversation..
"skull" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"It's confusing. That was the name of the the family anyway. So it was the penny family Syria. Penny was the name of the the filler. We have a lot of links that I will put in the show. This is going to be if you're interested in this story. There's going to be a lot of stuff to look into if you want to dig so you don't have to start from scratch. Just hit the show notes us. Why are we put them together? yeah it's there are multiple other stories. We'VE GOT A. We've made a list of a collection of them and you were talking about Colon Deke. Earlier on his book and interestingly enough one of the stories is of a skull who's fondly name known as Dickie of Tom Stead femme in tunstall Milton in Daba sheer and so their looks up stories again. You've just got these conflicting tiles about The WHO was the you know who? Who's the possible? Honor this all the possible Passing the skull dinner yet. Who who who once inhabited the skull is different from. Who owns the House that currently holds the skull the honor to spell and it gets using old? These stories have all conflicting tiles as well. But with the the the story of Deke skull So one common version is that the owner was a fellow named Nid Dickinson and that he returned from war and it was sixteen century. So He'd come back home and he wanted to reclaim his mom. But he found out that had been taken over by He's motorist cousins and they didn't want him to come back. They didn't expect that he was going to come back. So they chopped off his head and they buried him in the garden only define that he had returned one night and that he insisted on remaining in the house and so then. There's a conflicting version that Dickie is actually a woman so perhaps surname lost name Dickinson and as the story goes she was killed by her sister. After I fell out over a man so they were both in love with the same man and So you know. Whichever Tale is recounted It seems to involve someone who met some kind of unfair and untimely demise and tried to remove Deke from his or her resting place on a window sill in the film so there are actually photographs of the skull in this particular place in in this farm. So you can go online and you can look up peaches off the skull. L. Postcards of the skull so it seems like it did actually exist in has been on display at some point and I think that's an interesting point to that very few of these places that have screaming skulls actually open to the public. So the anyone that I'm familiar with is a place called Burton Agnes Hall which we're going to be talking about in a minute. But the skulls not actually on display. But it seems like with most places You're not open to the public in the case of the higher foam which I mentioned earlier there. You can actually go and view the sculpture this by appointment early and I think that's rather amusing go and see visit the skull by appointment So that is still around. But it seems like many of the skulls have been lost or stolen or obviously removed from the hardens but haven't screamed well. I mean if you didn't have appointments everybody would be trying to get to be head of the line. There really isn't much evidence for a lot of these sculptures just interesting in the cases where there is photographic evidence laced. Yeah Right No. That's that's right the what's interesting is the there's a story and there's a skull but I guarantee you when you go to these places to see these skulls. They won't let you walk out of the House with them. Verify that there's a scream involves nine then tests that period you. I think this is more of Of folklore kind of thing although although clearly many of these places literally really do have a skull. So that's that's quite peculiar and interesting because if I wanted to have a screaming skull. There's all kinds of laws prohibiting it. Are they well? Yeah you're not allowed to just go dig up a graven still the skulls or so. I've been told otherwise. My house decorations would be quite different and again in a lot of these cases were talking about the case of the biggest guard manner And but the the skull was. I think. Carbonated and Showing to be ancient of an ancient English person and I think the Skull Bates Backup Bread. Various sources saying maybe two thousand years up to five thousand years so. I certainly not the things that I read though were from the nineteen sixties and so i. I don't know if any modern work has been done if they have. I haven't seen if I'd love to get to the show notes if that's available but Always seen is second hand account so I don't really know. Yeah you're right. A lot of these accounts are are rather old. That doesn't seem to be something that the new ones worked on in the past ten to twenty years or sick sick and head accounts. The point is not so another famous case is skull of Saint. Ambrose baller in Woodley hole in Manchester Sir. Apparently he died back in sixteen forty one so it seems to be a Catholic relic but there are several stories again several legends associated with this the skull of Woodley whole acid. The most famous one I think. Is that the skull belongs to. Saint Ambrose Barlow and that he is a Catholic Mater So in the times when England become Protestant was still a practicing Catholic and he was allowing mass to occur in his chapel and so he was caught by the authorities and was arrested and tried and sentenced to death and he underwent a horrible death of hanging during and quartering which was old age at the time. And is yeah just very very nasty to say the least and his head was impaled publicly. But it's believed that someone stole his head and secretly took it to wolf the whole where it is reputedly still to this day and I think it's built into the wool. Inner kind of Moulmein with a glance go Screaming in front of it. He is a famous paintings canonized and he has schools named after him and is the patron saint of a number of various things So he's he did exist at some point but I don't know if that's his skull we have listeners all over the world but the majority of them are still in America and it's probably important to mention the struggle between Catholics and Protestants in the history of England is frequently bloody and brutal. In a way that we wouldn't understand here in America and it's still going today I mean with the Things that go on an island and yeah so kind of dating back to Henry. The eighth and He's.
"skull" Discussed on Secret Societies
"George H W Bush was sworn in as the forty first president president of the United States the former oil man from Texas had secured the White House after a meteoric fifteen year rise through Washington developing being a golden resume. He leapfrogged from the House of Representatives to ambassador to the United Nations to Chairman of the Republican National Committee to Director of the C. I. A. to Ronald Reagan's VP. All in record time which led some to wonder. How exactly had he accomplished such a feat? He made every move necessary to position himself. As the forty first president it seemed to serendipitous office to be accidental. gave the appearance of an unseen hand working behind the scenes because there was one more entry on Bush's resume to make more important than all his diplomatic service over forty years prior while he was still a student at Yale. He'd pledged his allegiance to a secret order promising to advance their interests in a quest for power so on January twentieth nineteen eighteen eighty nine who was really elected President George H W Bush or a sworn brother of the skull and bones society.
"skull" Discussed on Secret Societies
"New York Federal Reserve. Bones men William Howard Taft George H W Bush George W Bush presidents of the United States bones. Men with so many men connected by such such deeply ingrained loyalties. It begs the question. What comes first God country or bones? Dr Antony Z.. Sutton author of America's secret establishment said. I don't know any member of skull and bones who's made any great contribution to literature to art to sociology to anything we might do to help the world progress and be happier. They exist for war and destruction and greed and personal acquisition and finance. They don't exist to better the lot of their fellow man. They exist just to better the lot of their own group. Thanks.
"skull" Discussed on Secret Societies
"Leave the room bones. Men also weren't supposed to enter the tomb their headquarters within sight of non members if there were witnesses present. Alexandra Robbins explained. The society's diabetes members refrain from making eye contact with each other and with the spectators and silently step in a quick single file twenty paces apart part in front of the building. When William H Russell partnered with Alphonso Taft? I founded the group the initially called it. The Yellow Jen Club after you're a fictional patron-goddess eulogy up the so-called Goddess of eloquence. After a year. They adopted the moniker. Skull and bones but continued the reverence of Eulogio the name skull and bones is supposedly inspired by two German phrases that translate to who was the fool who who the wiseman beggar or king and whether poor or rich all are equal in death the meaning is essentially actually that death is the great equalizer and that a man's worth can only be judged by what he does in life in addition to this somewhat existentialist motto. Oh the group adopted as its symbol a skull and two crossed bones. It all feels sinister. Doesn't it a constant reminder. You're death is coming well. One of the alternate names for the society is the Brotherhood of death and it's this combination of intense secrecy and clear obsession session with morality that makes people fearful of what this group is all about returning to sociologist. George Symbol. It's human nature to fill in the blanks. When we don't know all the information about someone or something in our biological need to understand the world and assign meaning to things we make assumptions in the absence of clear cut facts? Mit Professor Gary t Marx explained in his analysis of symbol. When faced with a lack of of information about another an individual may compensate by supplying what is imagined to be true? Incomplete knowledge of others may require some some form of confidence so if all we know about a secret croup is that they seem obsessed with death and death iconography. We probably won't make the best assumptions about them. But that's likely how the members of the skull and bones one it as we established earlier. A secret is only as powerful as we deep. Perceive it to be so if what we imagined about skull and bones is that there a death cult hell bent on world domination. What could be more powerful than that? But this fascination has come at a cost for the bones men in the one hundred eighty seven years since its founding. They've built up such a powerful awful mythos around their practices. It's inspired several sets of prying eyes. In two thousand two journalists Alexandra Robbins published rushed secrets of the Tomb skull bones the Ivy League and the hidden paths of power in it she reveals several of the skull and bones most closely guarded guarded secrets. Some of them can be seen as downright silly. Every bones man assumes that tomb name which is never revealed to a non-member on member titles like Magog Little Devil and Boas Pulitzer Prize winner. Archibald McLeish went by Giga Dibs Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart chose CRAPPO conservative author and founder of the National Review William F. Buckley Chievo some were legacy titles passed down from father to son allegedly both Prescott and George H W Bush went by barebones George W Bush buck tradition but also couldn't decide on a new name so everyone just called him temporary bones. Men are often said to operate in the different time zone called skull and bones time five minutes ahead of the rest of the world eight P. M. S. bt is seven. I'm fifty five. PM Barbarian time a member explained to Robbins. It was to encourage you to think that being in the building was so different from the outside world that you'd let your guard down and the grandfather clock in the inner temple where meetings and ceremonies are held is always set to eight. PM when the bones men meet they should lose themselves inside the tomb. The concept of time should become irrelevant the tomb itself health is a source of fascination a two story structure with only a few small windows. The panes made of dark glass. The heavy steel door secured ord with three padlocks that have to be unlocked in the right way or else at alarm goes off inside it was built to look like a mausoleum from the outside and and it casts and imposing shadow speaking to the great secrets contained within but Robin sources described it as more like a victorian pack rats. Dorm warm room. A place that used to be nice but now looks like both miss have a sham and Bluto lived in she wrote dozens of skeletons and skulls. Human and animal dangle from the walls on which German and Latin phrases have been chiselled among Moose heads sconces medieval larmer antlers boating flags manuscripts statuettes up demosthenes and a pair boots that one member war throat is active duty with American enforces in France during World War. Two but among the junk spectres of death are everywhere. Every plate. Cup and memo is stamped. With the skull-and-crossbones insignia actual skeletons are displayed. In cases and hung from the ceiling allegedly including the stolen olen bones of Madame de Pompadour the mistress of King Louis the fifteenth as well as the skull of Apache Warrior. Geronimo in fact Jeronimos. Those descendants even filed a lawsuit against the Secret Society for fear their ancestors soul wouldn't be able to rest within the tomb and while the bones men's fixation on death might seem excessively morbid. It's important to remember the major wars that occurred in the first hundred years of the skull and bones founding many of the early bones men fought and died in the Civil War World War One and World War Two therefore this death obsession and the constant reminders. That death is the great equalizer. Actually make sense. They'd seen young men perish in their prime all around them. As one engraving in the tomb. Reads don't you realize that. All good men die. Alexandra Robbins is only the latest person to publicly expose the bones men journalist Ron Rosenbaum published an article in Esquire in nineteen seventy seven titled the Last Secrets Of Skull and bones owns. He took a far less sympathetic view of the organization. His obsession with the group was I peaked in his sophomore year. At Yale he believes is to his core that there's just something not right about the skull and bones society. He believes that their tomb holds dark and violent secrets. It's he explained that when he was a student if one could climb to the Talwar of we're hall. The odd castle overlooks the bones courtyard. One could hear you're strange. Cries and MOANS coming from the bowels of the tomb as the fifteen newly initiated members were put through what sounded like a harrowing ordeal one account from Nineteen Sixty eight alleges that each initiate is physically beaten next he is stripped and made to engage engage in some form of naked wrestling followed by a coffin ritual along with skeletons skulls and crossbones coffins aren't enduring during piece of bones mythology Rosenbaum related and other account from nineteen forty new man placed in coffin carried into central part of building. New New man chanted over and reborn into society this tracks with what we know about skull and bones they take on new names. They live in a new time zone. They leave their former life and our resurrected as bones to live and all new life. Some accounts allege that initiates are also forced to masturbate in their coffins as part of their rebirth though. This is vehemently denied by bones. Men Themselves Rosenbaum's nineteen seventy-seven article was a bit of softball a collection of snippets and gossip. But nothing that Earth shattering. He wrote that he honestly didn't understand. What all the fuss was about? It wasn't until after the piece was published. That rumors started floating. Rosenbaum's way whispers about how the tendrils of the group had along their way into all three branches of the federal government. A friend warned him that he should withdraw all the money from his bank account because the financial institution itution was run by bones men who would want to retaliate. The friend compared the bones men to the mafia now that he published published Rosenbaum realized there was much much more to the story so he continued to research on the side and in the spring of two thousand one nearly nearly twenty five years after his initial article a source approached him about one of the biggest bone secrets of all their initiation rites the source allegedly knew of hidden spot on campus that gave a direct view of the skull and bones tomb courtyard. He offered Rosenbaum Tom Access to observe that year ceremony. Not only did Rosenbaum Watch the initiation. Ritual he videotaped the whole thing up next. The secrets of the skull and bones are revealed and replayed on the nightly news news now back to the story from nineteen seventy seven to two thousand one journalist Ron Rosenbaum chased the leader. Did the skull and bones society. The group appeared to be a college fraternity on the surface but was accused of manipulating the government and the economy through backroom deals calls built on the relationships formed in the ever impenetrable to on April fourteenth. Two thousand one Rosenbaum got a tip about how to watch the bones initiation ceremony. He would be granted access to witness. Just what exactly could bind these wealthy and and powerful men together in such an unbreakable way. A ceremony that CEOS presidents and Senators had all supposedly taking part in after decades of trying to unmask the bones men he had finally found the exclusive that had evaded him that night. Eight Rosenbaum perched in a tower on Yale's campus that overlooked the skull and bones to whom courtyard and recorded the ordeal using a night vision camera. He he saw before him the source of the Wailing Moans that so many others had heard before come from the skull and bones initiates one of the bones wants men wore a suit and a plastic George W Bush mask. Fake Bush bellowed. I'm going to remind you like Irene. Al Gore another commanded handed. Lick my bum hole. Neophyte Rosenbaum described the finale of the ceremony writing the were forced face to face with a shocking tableau. Blow a guy holding what seemed like a butcher knife wearing a kind of animal. Skin barbarian look stood over. What seemed to be a woman covered in fake blood God and not much else? The neophyte then approached a skull a few feet away from the knife-wielder and victim tableau the neophyte knelt and kissed kissed the skull. At which point the guy with the knife knelt and pretended to cut the throat of the prone figure when Rosenbaum's expose broke. It was a bombshell retold news outlets everywhere they showed clips from the tape as Rosenbaum filled in the gaps with the play by play. The story seemed to confirm what many had suspected about skull and bones for decades. It was a juvenile boys club reveling in nothing more than Childish Vulgar Girder Iga Buca Games. Rosenbaum pulled back the curtain on the great and powerful bones and revealed what appeared to be nothing more than a little man playing at greatness. Anyone who had been previously rejected by skull bones could now rejoice there. It was nothing to be coveted. In this experience Rosenbaum triumphantly declared I am the age of skull bones pursuing the white whale or white male Bill Leviathan to the utmost depths. Except there might be more to the story in her book secrets of the Tomb. Alexandra Robbins thinks that the ceremony Rosenbaum witnessed was actually an elaborate hoax either. The bones men in the courtyard knew that he would be watching and therefore put on a show or perhaps even arranged for the secret viewing in the first place. Rosenbaum disputed this criticism and denies that he was pranked. But there are a few points to consider in Robbins favor I the skull and bones to is literally an impenetrable fortress. Why would they perform such a secret ceremony? Outside of the courtyard when they're guaranteed privacy simply by remaining indoors more importantly we have to consider what what the point of an initiation ceremony is to engender loyalty and belonging a brutal hazing ritual without any context could have the opposite effect. Abusing new members gives them no incentive to keep the club secrets therefore it seems likely that what Rosenbaum witnessed was was a hoax instead Robbins detailed an entirely different initiation ritual in her book one that draws new members in with mysticism absurdity asserted tea and to promise of absolute secrecy without any violence. Kirk Count is based on society documents. She's collected in research for her book and statements made to her by former bones..
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"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd. Yata certain concert venues like Boston's Symphony Hall all are known to beautifully reflect the sounds of an orchestra and it turns out there's a similar process at play in your cochlea deep inside your ear where a tiny bony cavity this is that white noise filtered through Gordon Skull with those filtered samples they were able to see the unique spectral fingerprints a lot of variability in the way people here some frequencies can appear tens of decibels louder or quieter than average based on the resonant properties of a person's skull but he also loves just blame it on the resonant properties of your skull thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds
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"Oh man wait. A bounce is back. Michael hold off on the ingles paperwork for a few more weeks. The geezer still has some life left from John Patterson hearing the offer from the law offices of here Kitty Kitty Kitty. I would like to suggest an alternative approach to solving the issue. I would suggest that Nigel emigrants back to England with the cat. This'll be a big win all around because I guess to keep the cat. Law Firm can represent his interest in absentia based on track record in the United States court. This would be best not sure dressing cornwallis before the judge was the best idea uh-huh he'll be tied up in the courts for years and everyone knows possession is nine tenths of law. It also cates an opening for Claude from Mike Enrichment isn't sound quality auty the producers domain something tells me the clot would have resolved the tables buy now wow from rob who tell Chris their quotes shorts. We have a pillow that was sent into Chrysalis from somebody who we don't know it is so bring from Bill Ward says he found them the keys in his refrigerator sir. Thank you very much for your forty four in Albany New York. I think the movement Mvm red intentionally read intention left out the names because because the regular guys like Jeff and Andy and they bought a German watch gears factory till keep their prices down or maybe not unlike you. I'm not a reports WANNA know they. Are you know. Just tell me who they are. John in Durham Never Raleigh a few days behind on the Pod by need clarification you said that the big three was not a real league but rather a made up league for TV competition mentioned as opposed to the other real leagues that are just TV shows on my following the logic correctly here. I look forward to your didactic response. The Big Three may be a real league but S- invention it's yes. I mean when actual basketball and you see these guys who are forty five years. Stop Stop by the way the names Jake Casson and Kramer plant really. That's the Jacob Craven. Okay there you go creamer. Plant is not a real and that come Lexington North Carolina Mr Tony on Friday. Show you mentioned you were sucker for car racing movies. Can I direct you to an independent film called the fast and that's not at the kind of car racing movie. I'm actually talking about from Dan in Portland Oregon. I listened to show for about four years now. The one gripe. I've had all the nationals talk. My baseball team is the race currently tied like with the unions for the last wildcard. I looked at the schedule for both teams and when she grinned that the Indians wrap up the season with strangely your nationals and now I suddenly find myself with an interest in the nationals specifically interest in the morning. Unfortunately I know all about their stinking bullpen. Please break out the brooms and lend a hand to my lowly raise. This is how it works in baseball. You end up rooting for teams that you never thought you would like you. Would I don't want to root for the cardinals against the cubs my position on the cardinals and cubs whoever won the first game let all helps the team that I root for but we are reading from equatorial third base. Yes yes we definitely are doing that. Mike from Burke Virginia on Fridays on Mondays Little Fun fast instead of a pair steelers skins matchup. FEDEX FEDEX was all yellows yellow didn't realize you were coldplay fits. That's actually funding from Chievo in Somerville Massachusetts the video of the injury of Andrew Yang banking a shot from the low post gummy thinking there are so many Democratic candidates we can put together entire three on three basketball tournament is TV show after all booker looks to be in pretty good shape but maybe he's two years away from two years away. This chuck todd of any insights about who's sneaky tall and you figure Elizabeth Warren is probably a lockdown defender. What with our hands in other people's really. We're running out of time. Can I do one more. No in Tacoma Washington remember the good old days of three or four years ago when you'd have Lisa Marais Andy Greenwald appear regularly on the podcast they would hold your hand gently spoon Tapioca pudding into your mouth and walk you through the TV guide explaining what the good shows shows warm weather band shows were just spitballing here but since you're no longer engage with those folks that could be one reason for your utter bewilderment at Flea Bags Big night at the EMMYS. You have to actually consume culture culture to you know stay current with a conservations people are having I think tonight's Singalong program and ingles side is the Irving Berlin song because he had the piano at five Lisa moved to California and it was just too early for her. I don't know why we don't have handy on. He also he's no longer critic. He's actually a writer. He's writing for television. We have an interest in skin in the game and he's also in Los Angeles have read a little bit about fleabag and read about Phoebe and I like to watch that and I understand it's filthy. You know interesting that if you're avenue by everyone always wear the white uh Dave let me know hot blue hold on Oh and they see they with this man as the can play Eh uh rose but I can't be some small sir thank you Eh Sports. It is the Guinness. They refused to curb on our offense. Thank you aw Sir..
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"Drivers drivers when the guber driver makes a u-turn earn on Connecticut Avenue in the middle of traffic in the day What protests were you in? Oh Vietnam shirtless yeah non protests but I mean to to be fair while almost all of us agreed with the principle of the protest we were there just to sorta hanging out and see if we could get a date or you know I mean that's that's really you know that there are always committed people and they're out front and as you get further and further back into the crowd. It's like you know I agree with this. But what do you what could make you angry enough now. Is there anything that can make you angry enough or concerned enough that you would protest purple probably not sorry sorry Adam. Just Elizabeth Warren putting her hands talks Bernie Sanders away are not probably only one the student who can wear it a coup who can say this. She wears the exact same. I don't know if it's a jumpsuit jumpsuit completely with the different color cartoons on top come on a a little more effort than mine. You know what I'm you know. I'm not a fan and everybody knows that because I think that all of our plans are designed going to make me poor. and I didn't inherit the wealth I earn wealth but I think she presents great. I think she presents great great. I think she gets up on a lectern and she knows exactly what she's doing. She was a lecturer for a long time and a good school and I think that the outfits she wears says I'm one of you you. Yes and I think it's smart. I think it's really really smart I do and yet. I don't want so we will take a break. We got email jingle when we return. I'm Tony Kornheiser. This is the Tony Kornheiser show. Oh Ooh Nelson couple the only saw aw Lori this is Joe. Era and Joel writes a lot when I'm in a bar in the car listening to the radio. You're the first song I just replace it with the mailbag open every now and then I feel it's recorded and send it in hope. You liked it. That's great and that is I can't make you love me by Bonnie Raitt which is is a great song which I believe was written by Mike Reid who was all pro Lineman from the Cincinnati right yeah. I believe it was re piano player player right. Yes yes wow that by Joe Arrow pretty great. No he wrote that Song I think he did. I think my and the Bonnie integrates if you want like if you were ever to press that you want to get more that ten times because it's great I mean it's it. It turns you liquid basically before we get to the mail bag. Let me thank Jason Lockenfora. CBS Sports for coming on with US today. Let me thank today sponsors policy genius and me on a great great read by Michael Remember to listen and subscribe to an archived episodes of the Tony Kornheiser show wherever you listen to podcasts including apple podcast spotify Google play radio DOT COM.
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"His tears of a clown. This is written in one thousand nine hundred seventy which is forty nine years ago. What are we celebrating. This is because I was Britain released on this day not need seven which I was mistaken. I thought this was like nineteen sixty five miracles. I guess I was wrong. On this great terrific to smokey Robinson songs. I could probably stand out from most people tears of a clown in new babies. I mean those are I walks the other day. I watched over an hour of documentary called the making of motivated you. I there's GonNa Bury. Gordian smell smoky was like the guy there didn't realize oh I didn't realize he did. I didn't know like everything went through yeah yeah yeah and Berry Gordy who I knew I know about but I never heard really was pretty interesting berry recording and and is not a man to be trifled with and has a vindictive streak you remember that was sort of interesting as they both look back was that's a really good show. The making motown is it on. I'm Chuck Todd showtimes. You can tell it up. That's pretty good. This was originally stevie wonder on his producer wrote the music for this but couldn't come up with lyrics so they gave it to smokey and he said like it's a little bit of a circus so let me get probably got cheese clown. I've got in my head and five years later really really good. He's he's one of the great great great great great talents smokey Robinson again for those people not watching a news channel eight. Let me explain what happened when I walked into the studio this morning. Thank me last saw him as Clark. I I'm not going to try to make you laugh and she has on a neck brace on her right arm is in a sling and I said Ooh what happened is the first thing I looked and I did ask this question. Were you on a horse because you mentioned this happening happening Kentucky. Yes I said were you on a horse and you said briefly yeah also what is yes. It's so in Kentucky Eddie Competition on a wonderful horse and I asked him to do something really unreasonable and since his braces alphabet backwards if the jump trump was here I asked him to take off way back there which is never a good idea and his were you with the Horse. You're on very he's very good hearts. He's lovely and his brain Nisa size of a walnut so it's bigger than mine he said No. We're not doing that and there's this whole force and mass and speed thing and he slams on the brakes and I just kept going we. We were in your top hat and the whole wearing a helmet. Thank goodness which on the good news out of this company wants to win this happen. I hit my head and then my shoulder. The company wants to helmet back back in and get a free new one so it's a winning situation. What is your how long does your neck brace to unsure so I have a cracked vertebra cracked shoulder collarbone and a few ribs and is anybody listening to show knows the ribs. The worst part of this stuff is just timing doesn't want to call often yeah in or turn right or stand up or sit down or any of those things so that's the worst I remember in the winter. When I slipped on black is walking walking the dog and broke the twelfth rib on my left side on my left side and the most painful thing for me in the thing I never got used used to was when I went to get out of the car and you reach with your left arm to open the door and pain shoots through. Did you just wait. I oh I don't know how else I there's no way I can reach with my right arm and opened the door. It's God that'd be meter for you off. They have become the timeframe for you will you will you get back on the hops lutely absolutely yeah yeah and this is not article share you. We'll get back on the horse absolutely I would. I wanted to that day but that wasn't gonNA happen and hats off and thanks to the University of Kentucky Trauma Center Wonderful people wonderful guys in the ambulance. They did a fabulous job. Then it came back here blue and saw somebody yesterday and he confirmed what they said so that's all good but we don't know how long take their own sweet to take their own sweet time caller bones take their own sweet time the the chargers. Here's the cracker in my neck is nothing really. That's the least of it the collar so my head doesn't fall off right now. Tori is reporting to work today. Believable Jalen Ramsey is non right swore on it might not be sure you okay this chair swivel chair. I think so we will move on the things. Your conditioner broke down early. I took classes can I can. I ask this the yesterday I had a physical therapy appointment at eleven fifteen and because I had heard that the climate changers the protesters rank Frank Connecticut shutting down everything where I was going. I left an hour earlier than I normally would leave and took pretty much side route route. I got down into the park. I went past the zoo. I got stuck in the terrible backup by the tunnel there but I got onto Rock Creek Parkway. I got got off the street and I'm meandered around to get to the physical therapists that I go to on twenty fifth and am I didn't WanNa go anywhere near Connecticut Avenue and I wondered it's been a long time since I was in a protest or knew. Anything about protests look really a long time fifty years. What is the aim here. What is the aim of shutting down the traffic millwood. We're not no matter how angry you get. We're not GONNA shoot them. Come on it's not Kent State now. The Republic is an endangered is no lunacy out here. This is easier to mobilise thousands of people than ever because of the phones is that everybody carries and ninety percent of the people do it for a Lark and I understand that because it's the same way generational everybody understand is but what is the what's the aim. Do you think of to bring attention to their cause. They don't have a specific thing. We're GONNA shut down traffic because use fossil fuels in your polluting the atmosphere or something like yeah. I I'm sure it's still true but back in the day when I worked at the Pentagon if they were going to be big protests we would have lots of conversations in coordination with the DC place and the DC see police were rightfully known around the country as being really good at managing protests and Bhai managing they have people who sit down with the with the leaders of the organizations ahead of time and talk about okay. What is it you want to do. Where do you want to do it. Your protesters always want a certain number of arrests and if they don't have a certain number they failed so they talked to please Leeson's okay. How about Thirty This Day in twenty that day and it's very ordinary yeah I liked protests. I think it's great protests. What I don't like is when I'm actually in in my car and I hear on the radio. The protesters are now down at to Sail Street in Connecticut checking into the mayflower. You never get to the garage. What do I do and so I called her and he says take the Metro and I go you yeah but I I took the metro. I took it over down to twentieth thin- Mesh yesterday about twelve thirty and zipped right down and I think a lot of people stayed home yesterday yeah I. It was actually the very fine they were gone. They were all gone. They hadn't left anything there but I mean protests are would this is America. This is what's allowed to do. Do sometimes you're supposed to do. I saw a young woman at the UN Make her mother sixteen year old. She sounded. Where's she from? Scotland outlined three Sweden. What did I think you know. She yelled at me yeah and then she said you know I'm responsible for all these terrible things. You know. She's not wrong I did right. I understand trump tweet and I confess that it made me laugh. She looks like a very nice girl. Nice life and sort as most of them. Don't make that when made me laugh. Michael you are closer and generally to all of these people. You're inheriting this terrible world and brought to little babies into it. What do you think well I think for this particular protest. Take a look if they had just marched say on the mall this would just be something you hear on. Tops driving in quickly down or Connecticut Avenue so I mean I I would say this is a win. I'm not sure in terms of action. What is the next step and that's that's where I'd like to see. This generation that is that is younger than I. They're younger than I WANNA see where they're going to go next. That's why it's been so interesting to follow Gary Broncos. His daughter is in this age. She's a fantasy how invested they are and how how willing she is to go down in March and to meet with the community. She gave a talk to her. a local. I WANNA say folks but it was an old folk song. That's great. We're we in the old folks home. We don't get up in March. We maybe a block enrolling yeah. We're not we're not there. We're not built for the long haul. My favorite protests with unintended consequence was about four years ago and I was downtown.
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"I didn't see a means for them to be a point scoring operation unless it all came from the defense and the dirty little secret the defense is and I i Kim this is to me maybe the most shocking thing through three weeks of this is that with Bradley Chubb and and my Miller and you add vic Fangio's the head coach though those sacks and it's not like they've been playing you know the the most like mahomes and Lamar Jackson and all these super mobile all escape artists and they can't get home no sacks dough turnovers that coupled with an office that I figured it was going to be bottom. Five is a recipe for absolute disaster I can't I figured out it's hard to fathom. It's not even like sachse somewhat arbitrary. They're not they're not consistently getting quarterback pressure which baffled my mind. I've seen Vic Fangio do so much more with so much less. There's still time to turn it around on that side of the Field Yup but I. I don't think they're viable. They have a vibe off. It's to me it's much more maize than in Pittsburgh. You look at Pittsburgh. You guys lost the wide receiver that Austin running back the quarterback elway. La Can't find any quarterback. I mean you know he's not John elway. You say who's this guy. What is he do in right right. Yeah I mean if you look at the core of the Super Bowl team it was drafted by Brian Zander's and you know he won the the way one the Peyton manning you know but I mean he he was up against like San Francisco and Tennessee and a lot of it was geography. A lot of it was the defense that was already in place and a lot of it was our himself being able to have this unique appeal to manning saying hey I live this. I did this myself. I one really late in my career. Here's all you can to outside of that. It's been bad. Eh Offensive Line has been a problem forever quarterback as a problem since manning started breaking down it the roster has certainly certainly gotten you know it's it's it's sort of devolved over a period of time but it hasn't been supplemented by draft picks because a lot of their high picks of just flat. Southfield Simeon I mean you can go back through the list total disaster. Thank you Jason our best to copper. He's he's sitting right here. He I think he may hurt his name. We need it these days. Who is our greatest guest millions Aziza weekly. He's he's a gold mine. Skull dragging skull dragging breaks news when we return. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're you're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show what's that I smell again dangerous way to open up and underpants. Yes smells a pumpkin spice. The leaves are crunchy breezes crisp. It's officially onesie season. Hell yeah and efficiently fall officially. Yes yes it is sufficiently otherwise back back from Vegas. Eh everything dies Hashtag sad but follows the time to get the soft the redskins defense time to get cozy and it's time to cuddle up me on these. The softest undies in the world knows a little thing or two about that when they say they're soft. They're softer the foam on top of your pumpkin spice. They're just checking off every I hate pumpkin spice Latte Pumpkins. I like card. I don't like I hate the taste is to Pumpkin Pumpkin Pie. Bring the boys over to carve pumpkins. They mean their software than your favorite hoodie software and cozier than drinking a war Mug of hot apple CIDER again. This is just just every day softer then fall things you get the idea. Mendis are designed to be the softest things you've ever put on your body available in sizes extra small aspirational before he's just introduced five new silhouettes with the feel free collection for women can't speak to that right now design with everybody type. I've been mined in a feather light waistband. Feel free under the exhaustion be gone now. They want me to talk.
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"Previously on the Tony Kornheiser show I get home. I take off the shorts. There's hideous hideous. Brown stain on the back of the short side in the inside a little wrong word. It's a blow out the situation. This is General George Washington and you're listening to the Tony Kornheiser. I'm simply visiting that place. WMA Al Torie Clarke is here and she's in a physical condition that we will talk about later David. All Ages here. Michael Kornheiser Kornheiser is here on the board produced the show Shaun Cherry his here and later in the day he will talk with they Moran of Clydes so so that we can see if we can physically and everybody is agreeable to this at least go over to clydes once and see if we can do a live show and that that way you know we'll pick the right date for live show and we'll try and drum up some business and if that works if people follow us and it works for clydes and it works for US Austin in my mind what I'd like to do is maybe twice a month no more than that. Maybe a little bit less but we'll see if that works out on the on the agenda but it is not nearly as important important today as the Washington redskins and the Monday night football game. They're terrible they are always terrible on Monday night. I believe their record lifetime is to in sixteen on Monday night game so they're always terrible Fedex Fedex. I don't know why that is I mean I don't and when people give statistics about Monday night games or Thursday night games to me that that you know I don't think you can build a case around it but it is true that they are always terrible. case keenum wasn't very good last night he had at five touchdown passes and no interceptions. He gained a lot of yards last night. He had two touchdowns touchdowns late but he had five turnovers five. He had pixie had five with turnovers. I stopped watching in the second quarter when it was twenty twenty eight nothing. I just felt you know. What am I doing here. In fact I felt this exactly come on man what we've been doing out here man because it's it's just and you say to yourself a Mitch. Trubisky didn't have any touchdown passes all year. He had to inside the five and one from thirty six years. The bears had scored the redskins. Let Skins defense was supposed to be the strength team now. The bears got defensive touchdowns not not GonNa pin it all on the redskins defense but they've allowed thirty or more four in each of the first three games leading to the question. Do they have a defensive coordinator and that was supposed to be the strength of the team to Bisky had had no touchdown passes all year. The redskins are now tied with the giants. I believe for the most points allowed in the NFC and second overall to the dolphins in all football. There's nothing there's nothing you can say. That's that's good about this. On any level. David was there. They are suffering. PTSD writing about it but what what did you what was the thrust of what you wrote. Thrust of what I wrote uh-huh it was about it was about how the lack of paying attention to detail over twenty years continues. I used to define this franchise essentially and the inability to take two steps forward in any direction over a twenty year period is just it's baffling to me and the idea that we all fell for it that this defense could be a top ten level defense with the again the penalties they had three rebe defensive penalties on touchdown drive that the bears had nine you're right. It was a pick six there was I you know turnover at the eleven so I'm not. I'm not killing the defense. What I'm saying is that a good defense could overcome those things good defense could create its own turnovers that lead to touchdowns. They don't do that the offenses instances. There's a word use but I can't use it right on your podcast. it's just dreadful. They can't run block anybody anybody at any point for anything. It doesn't matter if it's various guys Adrian Peterson Chris Thomson or John riggins Emerson boozer whoever they can't run Brian Block at all and they're just it's a it's a it's the worst football teams I've ever seen so Chris. Cillizza sent me something. overnight said a live shot of the redskins and it actually was a dumpster fire yeah. That's a that's a mean that he's about twelve years old late on that but that's a here is there are two things in play. There are two things that are definitely in play and one of them is is in play as a result actually of of Daniel. You'll Jones doing so well last week and the fact that the redskins are going to the giants this week where they have a chance to win because Daniel Jones. We don't know that he's peyton manning yet. I mean some people have bad games. He's a good player games but you could match their rookie with your rookie. Sir You could put Twain Haskins and when asked about this last night. Jay gruden said no no no not gonNA deal with Barry. We're going to try and get case play. You know coach him up a little bit. BOOGER McFarland interviewed by Scott Van Pelt overnight on on television said of Jay Gruden is not if he's going to get fired. It's when I think that the defensive coordinators play to be fired. Greg monarchy former reds cannot believe I believe Jay. GRUDEN is in play to be fired but you then ask yourself. I'll ask David because he's following a markle. Who Do you turn to as Anthony Newley said to love turns way to do it in season they would. I'm sure Callahan would be the interim. He's been head coach before okay with Twins Oakland here they do it out. After the season it depends on what they think of their of this young offensive coordinator they have O'CONNELL who wants to work there. I mean anybody look right. Anybody will work there for a lot of money which has been usual. Mo of Dan Snyder for the last twenty years but you know from in terms of building a championship level level team you know there's no there's no continuity Tony. There's no accountability. At least I'll give them credit for this at least after the game last tonight. I didn't hear the usual crap about well. We battled for fourth quarter now. They all said you know what we stink right now and it's on me an and Josh Allen said in case Keenum said it and I give them credit for at least saying that so I guess one of the questions I had you really can't tell on TV. Even in the pre-game. Look like a lot of people were supporting the bears. What did you estimate the crowd to buy the usual sixty forty sixty four say yeah I mean again. I the thing that the thing that annoys me is that there are still so many people that care about this tim show up you know go to a terrible stadium and go through the terrible terrible experience at Fedex field because they care about this team. They wanted to win and they still believe that there. Things are possible just around the corner. It's interesting that did you say that because I had the sense in two weeks in a row two very big. Things happened for football team. You Get Dallas in here and you get Monday night football. That's that is for some teams a giant runway to take off. I never got the sense in those two who weeks I never heard. No one asked me. What do you think of the skins. I'd never got you know in the old days. There was a buzz all the time people more redskins skier off. Forget the fact that says redskins. Let's leave that out of the equation on what you think of that word people proudly demonstrated their fandom randoms are all over the city you know in the Nice Carter's of downtown to and you don't you don't you don't see you said this last night on twitter. I'm at the age now. where I I remember things but I don't know if they actually happened or if I dream or imagine living on the moon how to right right and I said I know this team used to be good? I remember that they used to be good good for decades so michaels in his early Thirties Dan he you can't remember it. I can't remember but but take a look at what my generation is doing. We've had this experience for our our entire dot live so we stopped going to the Games James Yet. We're no longer going to wear the Burgundy and gold to the park on Sunday morning. Maroon and black depending on yeah. Are you so this is. This is where it's tough for me. I still have this poll right around game time where I'm paying attention but it's hard to really embrace race being a fan of this franchise anymore. Tori hockey season's about to start question did the networks have to put every team on Monday night football. No they put them on well. They haven't licensed or slot at least one the League Mercy Primetime Game Monday Thursday Sunday. You have to have at least one of the place on Thursday right don't they. I know that everybody does not. I play on Thursday because it's bad because there's a great Thursday night game this week between two really good team Green Bay in Philly right. It's really good. It's harmful to the players on the product is harmful but you so you. You're out on them totally. What is your sense of that. It's I can't how can I say the wrong. I can't research on the owner and Bruce is the only constant right I mean. There's no other constant. Everybody everybody else has been switched out seventeen times and again it comes back to where's the accountability from dance. When does Dan Snyder wasn't talked to the media in this town in years. Now it's measured in years. When does he have a press conference and say you know what on me is. I own this team. I'm I'm the man I'm the guy that makes the decision to be in his character. It just doesn't happen and that's why it doesn't happen on the would you would you change the quarterback now. Oh no no. I think what they want to do for the New England because of you through against doing case keenum. Just go out there and get it. Would you changed any of the coaches you could fire Muskie but again so does Gruden. Do you have confidence and Jay groome no Tony. I think he's I think he is. I think he's offensive coordinator Tony. I think that's what he is and he's any could be on an an organization that had some you know fiber to it. You could actually be pretty good offensive coordinator Nater but he's not a head coach of the Oakland you stay till the end you have to stay. What was your sense as people were filing out that is as it was. What did it look like. What did it sound like. I am old enough to remember there was still you know again they through these cosmetic scores up in the third quarter and give people a glimmer of hope against stupidly and on fourth and one case keenum things for some reason these on the one yard line instead of the thirty does. I just sticks the ball over and of course bears plan on what is so everybody. Everybody filed out at that point. So you know people were not happy and and you know. I asked Gruden about Tony. This is three of the last four home games they were down forty to nothing twenty four nothing in twenty eight to nothing comeback last year said no good win at home they don't they're. They're it's it's for me when I came here in nineteen seventy nine and I come from New York where we've got the two of everything that's a real big deal but boy oh boy. I hadn't seen any franchise that owned a city in any sport note. The Way The Washington Tin Redskins on this city there was no no no no no no split to split. Okay and you know there's there's the Nixon Sydney and the giants and no go but the basketball team here was good at that point. They were good basketball team. The hockey team had just started indeed and was dreadful and there was no baseball team right. I'm people like the Orioles It didn't even mind going into memorial state notes. I enjoyed the orioles too but I never never now people said to me the Denver Broncos. It's the same there and so maybe I'll grant that but the redskins were life itself in this city everybody everybody cared and everybody said things like I mean you would overhear conversations. I saw Sonny town talent. John Regan's is daily early. Life was important to people. I was so entertained it's right. There's no player like that. They don't have that player. They are so crazy not ought to trade Trent Williams. They're nuts. You can get first round picks for this guy. I whatever you get in this guy I just in the president's defense the president of the Redskins. The harvest fest is coming up serving off. It's Is there any reason to be plastic. The ownership changes in our life. Okay on that happy if you sell the team. All you have is money as money right. They get the last time accounted last time I because the packers being a public or publicly trades right so they have to file every year and so they filed. I think those last one was two years ago three years ago. Maybe every team this is every team gets seven hundred and fifty million dollars just for being free year from TV. That's before they do anything and you know why because it makes money still makes money still why why would you ever sell. We'll take a break Jason Lockenfora. CBS sports will join us when we return. We'll talk about football in a broader sense. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. This is the policy genius at September's National Life Insurance awareness month. Most people aren't aware of that. I'm not aware that slate in the month. 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"In this episode is about kong skull island and you know the movie was okay for me but i really did like the name kong skull islands like it sounds really the cool and so i came up with a list of names that are really similar but they could be competition shows so for example gong skill island so in this game show show people go to an island of course and they ring a bunch of gongs and we see who the most skilled gong player isn't that person wins okay. Here's another one bombed skunk island island. We put the sticky icky hist nar budge into a bong people smoke it. Whoever can hander shit more wins the prize and it's all on an the island of course then we have tongs steak island. This is just a about moving stakes from one to another using tongs on an island and napper's. I wins and then there's long short island. People have to recognize whether something is in their opinion long or short. That one's a little more boring pong slam island. That's that's <hes>. Just people are playing ping pong. Whoever gets more slams or spikes <hes> will win that game regardless of the points of the game and then of course there's dong skeet skeet island which i don't think needs to be explained. I think you get exactly what that means so. If you like any of those let me know or if you have any other titles. <hes> let me know email. Tell me and enjoy the episode did the movie right science or will <music> hi. Everybody welcome to bad science. I'm even edinburgh and today we're talking about. Cong- long skull island from twenty fourteen one is seventeen. Thanks i did not look it up. <hes> that's actually when it went into production with fourteen. Oh okay right so that's correct. <hes> with us is a very good friend of mine that i've wanted on the podcast for awhile it's actor comedian and writer marcos gonzalez is thank you for having me a modest wanted to give us an intro in that in that classic spanish accent that you oh hello my name is monica gonzales and i am here to talk about gung rhode island even though apparently wait. I'm outta goes and joining us. Once again is anthropologist and primatology so from our recent episode on godzilla. It's natalia regan. Allow how are you. I'm doing great to be here good to see you again. Yeah back back to what i do. Primates audio we are mining the gold here and the gold is made up of a big gorilla. Yes it is i mean it's yeah yeah i mean kong is originally a large gorilla but what's interesting about this incarnation of king. Kong is <hes> congas bipedal for most of it. Oh you know he's not an uncle walker and so there's a lot of science. That says that can't happen <hes> i. Oh sorry the excuse me. I got behind primates. A lotta non-human primates are quadrupedal they walk on forelegs orlands instead of two so humans walking on two legs accepted like daytona beach on spring break on four legs puke <hes> they're usually on to likes. That's that's how do we were bipedal and the great apes chimpanzees bonobos gorillas and orangutans. We'll get by people they can but not habitually they generally are walking on all fours or in the trees they can break gate which means that sorta swinging motion that you see <hes> and so that i noticed this song yeah this commonly com in like you know it's interesting because like humans can break it. We can swing but if you notice your arms get tired really fast. It's because we're built differently than these non human primate great apes they are built to be top heavy so they can swing that they don't.