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"sowell" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

05:52 min | Last month

"sowell" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"You know pimple left side. That the ball, there was a loud crack and the ball actually. Rebounded out to the pitchers. Now we're Masefield it. And thinking it was a bun he turned and threw to first base where wally pip first baseman caught the ball got ready to throw it around the in tune. Look toward the plate and he saw that and were seeking to the ground and blood coming out of his head. And You know. Medical help immediately called to the scene. They used is on the Chapman's. had. To revive him so he didn't lose consciousness. And he which led all still here went to the clubhouse or the locker room, and then taken to the hospital and he. Went underwent surgery that night and he didn't survive. He died early the following morning four forty am on August seventeenth were speaking with Mike Sowell about the pitch that killed his book about the death of Ray Chapman in nineteen twenty the only on field fatality in Major League baseball history. What was the reaction in the world of baseball and beyond to the news that ray? Chapman this outstanding. Player twenty, nine years old one of the best in the game had died in the field of play had died as a result of of being hit by a pitch I should say. Well it was. Kind of interesting because several of the other baseball teams were off that day and some of the players were in that area. So they were quite a few players from opposing teams who were at the game and who witnessed this accident or this being. And then of course, the controversy switch to Carl mays when addition to the Greek over champion, there was quite a reaction against the maze and many of the players were calling for maize the banned from Baseball they were Christ- for him to be prosecuted for this. And This has not happened before to I battalion major. League history and they've had some Fatal beaning in the minor leagues very few. But. Only one of them, my knowledge resulted in the pitcher having to go to court to defend himself you know actually being charged with those the charges were dropped. But in this case, you know that the players were talking that boycotting maze. and. So it was. Quite an an uproar in of course, for Cleveland they've lost one of their best players they've lost their standing shortstop. So, there was concern about whether they could still remain independent race. And they fell back immediately. You know they kind of went into a slump. But Eventually the Chapman's backup on the team was lighting shortstop who? was pressed into the starting role he got hurt..

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"sowell" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

03:21 min | Last month

"sowell" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"I mean to boss. Guess they were going to New York but anyway they they came up together and They didn't clash in a ruthless a jovial outgoing pillow like a good time. Maze describes very dour kind of tight arse. Guy and he had a reputation for throwing hitters. He frequently lead the League and hit batsmen but He also was unique in that. He crew under head and he he had hurt his arm and the minor, league? So switched to submarine style pitching. But. Unlike most pitchers who threw in the submarine style or the under in style maze, we're still a power pitcher and Rachana. They'll James Great Baseball historian. Has said that maze was the only power pitcher among the Syrian pitchers? So, with this unusual deliver, he was a very tough for hitters. When they came up to face and. And this was a critical game may started for the Yankees Chatman was leading the Indians. and. They used to players you know from a common background, very diverse personalities, but you know they. They would leave both of the meal with tragic consequences. A one man lost his life and the other would forever be haunted by throwing the pitch that killed. Ray. Chapman. We're speaking with Mike Sowell whose book the pitch that killed documents what happened on August Sixteenth One thousand nine hundred twenty at the Polo grounds the only on field fatality in Major League baseball history. So it's an afternoon game. Obviously, there were no night games that point the Yankees are playing at the Polo Grounds Yankee Stadium would not open for another two seasons. What happened well, it had been raining. Rain early in the day and I corps of the game. But in the fourth inning. Chapman came up already mad at twice in the game. So he was the you know theater. The Indian tend to lead it was a close game. And the rain had stopped so there was. No rain happening. But on this particular pitch. When? I'm in for some reason, it came in inside is a little bit high and inside. And it's. Coming from an unusual angle you're coming from underground. And the Yankee catcher buddy rule said, he always had trouble with Carl, mazes pitches because he really couldn't tell always where they were going to say took. Unusual shoots. and. Turns. And Chapman liked to crowd the plate, but he rarely was hit by pitch in fact A baseball book came out the day with the how to play baseball and Chapman. We used as the ideal batting stance at the plate. But anyway for some reason, on this pitch, Chapman pros didn't move boats coming to his head. And it hit him with such force into the side of the head..

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"sowell" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

04:28 min | Last month

"sowell" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"It's a major component, of course, Dallas Marble story in and she wrote about this just before her death but her exploits. In World War Two and as her biographer, it's been something of a challenge I understand and you've written to confirm the things. She rating kind of reminds me of The Chuck Barris book the late Chuck Barris who wrote the book where he said he was a CIA agent but of course, they disavowed any knowledge It. It's not a similar situation with Alice marble. Yeah, you know if a writer this book, I had to insert myself sort of an amateur detective much more than twenty when it I wrote it because. So much of what she wrote about in this case, we're talking about saying that she was an ally age were to who sent on assignment to reconnect with a former lover who is a Swiss banker turned launderer Nazi Golden, ill-gotten booty and then wound up fleeing from him and shot in. The back by Russian double agent is just this incredible story that you know at the end of the day. I. Just enough of Padma flaws ability to be true. But most of the facts are either disapproval or not be able to be proven by the surviving record, which is unfortunate and you know I I had to put up my my Sherlock Holmes hat there your stalker and figure out what exactly was true. What wasn't true? What was maybe? Walk a thin line between you know sort of wanting to you know shine a light on this incredible woman in and give all her plaudits, their their proper do, and also you want to separate the fact from the fiction not just repeat what maybe embellished in her. Memoir, which is written very late in her life and and really part of sort of Here's what I did and I shouldn't be forgotten kind of and days with our remember she didn't make much money in her life and she kind of lived on the on the margins really for the last couple of decades of her life and she always liked to put on a show and give the reader or the fan what they want it, and I think that extended to her memoir and in many ways, it's so interesting though Robert, because here's someone who had a life of such remarkable achievement..

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"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Only a month later in November of two thousand eight. Anthony once again went hunting this time. He seized fifty two year. Old Tonia Carmichael as she roamed the streets looking for drugs just like the others. Anthony was able to lure the woman into his home at strangle her. Possibly using extension cord Anthony started to believe he was bullet proof he beamed as he wandered the halls of his crumbling house rife with decay and desolation to him it was a glorious monument to his dominance and depravity the feeling of power lead. Anthony to grow even more reckless. He believed he could do whatever he wanted and would no longer bother charming victims. If they didn't immediately seem interested he'd simply take what he wanted flush with confidence. Anthony step outside his home. In December of two thousand eight with his head held high he returned to the bus. Stop down the street and approached a middle aged woman. Waiting on the bench Gladys Wade Gladys site ethnic suspiciously as. He sat next to her when he asked her if she wanted to come over and drink at his home. She declined the offer. Something about Anthony rubbed her the wrong way gladys could tell her refusal irritated anthony but he silently turned and started to walk away at first then after noticing that the streets were empty aside from the two of them. Anthony whipped back around and lunged at her in a single swift movement. He put gladys in a chokehold. Then he dragged her back to his house as she screamed and struggled to fight him off gladys was unconscious by the time. Anthony got her back to his house as she came to gladys realized what had happened and staggered to her feet when she screamed for help. Anthony emerged from the darkness and rushed over to silence her but this time when he lunch to choke her gladys was prepared. She fought back at the two crashed backward through a glass door in the struggle as anthony rolled on top of her gladys Claude wildly at his face. He recoiled allowing gladys to jump up at escape. Gladys's I thought was to get somewhere public. And she ran as fast as she could to the pizza shop down the street but when she begged someone to call the police for her the store owner told her to leave gladys fled in terror when she saw anthony approaching the door the owner new anthony and believed him when he claimed that gladys had stolen money from him. Luckily while he was trying to mitigate the damage in the restaurant gladys ran down the street and found a couple of police officers sitting in their car. She hurriedly told them what had happened and they took her back to the station later. Authorities showed up at Anthony's house to arrest him afraid they would poke around his house if he fled. Anthony came outside willingly still in the same bloody clothes he'd been wearing when gladys fought him off. Anthony stuck to his story about gladys robbing him after a few hours. The police decided that there wasn't enough evidence to support Gladys's claims because she'd been charged with drug possession before they considered her an unreliable witness and Anthony walked free once again. The near Miss Intoxicated Anthony. He felt sure than ever that he could get away with whatever he wanted so only a few weeks later he struck again this time. He claimed the life of a woman named Kim Smith not much is known about the days leading up to her disappearance but after her murder anthony tighter up with a cloth and buried her in his backyard wrapped in plastic bags. Something about Kim's murder must have sated Anthony for the rest of the first few months of two thousand nine. He refrained from killing. He even reconnected with a few old friends inviting them over to smoke with him. Of course he can find them to the first floor as the corpses on the upper floors and in the basement continued to decompose as the weeks passed however at then he eventually left alone. Most of his friends stopped coming around even when he tempted them with drugs. They likely just couldn't tolerate being Anthony's home anymore. The smell was getting more revolting by the day. But in April of two thousand nine he did manage to convince one woman Imelda Hunter to join him. She'd smoked him before and one evening in the middle of the month. She perhaps decided that a fix was worth enduring a few hours in the dilapidated house. It was a mistake as soon as he got a Melda alone. Anthony used her purse to strangle her. He buried her body in a shallow grave..

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"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

03:13 min | 4 months ago

"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

"When we return Anthony. His fourth victim parkas listeners. I have some big news regarding the critically acclaimed series famous fates. Although season one has ended the franchise still lives on starting may thirteenth. The famous fate speed will feature season two titled Falls From Grace Available. Only on spotify joined Carter and I as we turn to examine some of the most accomplished and controversial people to ever live. You'll discover what drove these history makers to be so successful in their respective fields and what led to their ultimate disgrace available for free and only on spotify falls from grace will release two episodes a week over twelve weeks each focusing on the fame and shame of a notable figure from OJ Simpson and Marie Antoinette. To Howard Hughes and Elizabeth homes. You'll dive into a rich variety of impactful stories from every aspect of history there shocking drama disturbing details and all the indepth research that you've come to expect from us and most importantly these episodes are all free and only available on spotify. Famous fates falls from grace is a podcast original starting may thirteenth. Two new episodes released every Wednesday. Listen free and only on spotify now back to the story by Tober of two thousand eight forty nine year old anthony so well had killed three women and sexually assaulted many others. He left the bodies of his murder victims to rot among the garbage piled up in his house but no matter how many he killed. It was never enough that month. He hit the streets of Cleveland. Ohio once again to search for his next victim this time his target was Michelle Mason. We don't know exactly how Anthony Lured Michele to his home but it was likely with promise of drugs. She had a history of illness and addiction. She had just begun her recovery in the fall of two thousand eight but her bright prospects were cut short by meeting with Anthony so well in the days following her disappearance. Michelle's family tried and failed to get police to intervene left with few options. They took matters into their own hands. Hanging missing person posters around the neighborhood desperate to find anyone who had knowledge of Michelle's whereabouts. Unfortunately they were too late evidence later indicated that by this time Anthony had already strangled Michelle Mason and left her body to rot in his home. The law with this other victims. Michelle was the fourth woman to go missing and Anthony's neighborhood over the previous eighteen months. There was a serial killer on the loose but no one would acknowledge.

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"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

02:38 min | 4 months ago

"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

"On May first two thousand eight forty eight year old anthony so well felt the urge to kill again. It had only been a couple of weeks since he'd murdered his victim. Leshan Long at his home in Cleveland but the dark impulse was stronger than ever before to calm himself. Anthony walked down to the basement to bask in his latest gruesome handiwork. No one would ever find most of the Shawna's potty Anthony hadn't buried it in his backyard with his first victim but he did keep. Leshan does decapitated head in a bucket which he stashed in the basement that day. Anthony noticed that the bucket had teeth marks around its edges. No doubt from rat scavenging for scraps. He hurried to move the Ben to a high shelf not wanting the rodent to ruin his trophy afterward. He went outside for some fresh air. He was unemployed and spent a majority of his time either locked in his attic room or out in the streets searching for scrap metal to resell bat night. He ran into someone else who was having a hard time getting their life together. Thirty year. Old To shauna culver was in the midst of one of the worst nights of her life before she met Anthony. She quit her job and had gone to see her children at her mother's house but her mother had refused to let her daughter in to. Sean struggled with an addiction to crack through mother. Didn't want to Sean his children to see her until she'd gotten clean once and for all after being turned away to sean return to the streets more lost and lonely than ever. That's when she ran into Anthony who made easy conversation with her. He knew what it was like to struggle with addiction. And exactly what to say to tap into to Shanas vulnerability within minutes. Anthony tempted to Shauna to come smoke crack with him at his house. We don't know exactly what happened. Axed as Anthony never went into detail about of his murders but we know from forensic evidence that he strangled her with his hands. As was the case for many of Anthony's victims to Shana covers disappearance was largely ignored by authorities because mostly targeted people suffering from drug addiction. Police were slow to investigate believing that the missing addicts were likely on some kind of bender and would turn up sooner or later. The same dismissive mindset allows many serial killers to operate undetected for years..

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"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

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"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

03:16 min | 4 months ago

"sowell" Discussed on Serial Killers

"As soon as Anthony was snoring. Melvin move quietly and looked for a way to escape is. She couldn't move the suitcase without making a noise so she crawled out of the window instead to older women were on a stroll enjoying the summer evening when they noticed. Melvin on the roof after seeing. She was bound and gagged. They hurried back to their houses to call. The police. Authorities soon showed up to the house and pounded on the door trust. I had no idea what was going on. But let the officers in and lead them to Anthony's attic room after they forced the door open. Anthony tried to pretend he was clueless but apparently he wasn't a very convincing liar. He was arrested but Anthony soon made bail and was out on the streets again when his court date came up he never showed up for his trial and he went on the Lam for some reason. He didn't have to stay in hiding for long despite skipping his court date. Police never searched for him that he was able to return to his life as usual relatively quickly. He'd somehow caught a lucky break. But the near-miss didn't exactly scare Anthony Straight. If anything he was more tense than ever and he could only contain his violent urges for so long almost a year after his first sexual assault thirty year. Old Anthony Struck again on June twenty-fourth nineteen ninety he targeted another woman. He'd invited to the House for a drink. We don't know her name. But like Melvin that she was pregnant since the two of them were there alone apnea was easily able to approach from behind at attack. Anthony raped and assaulted the woman just like before. He promptly fell asleep after the attack. The woman escaped after he passed out and went straight to the police. She gave him the address of the House and a description of Anthony so well who was still asleep. When police arrived authorities arrested Anthony but when they brought him back to the station they discovered that his victim had left while they were away. The police were at a loss. The woman hadn't left her name or her address. They needed that information to press charges but before they let him go. Free Officers searched previous police reports for Anthony's name. They discovered he skipped out on his bail the previous year and held him in jail on the original charge when the court date came up in September of nineteen ninety. Anthony was forced to be there. The case wasn't as clear cut as police had hoped they never found Anthony's second victim so their case entirely hung on Melvin. She agreed to testify. But Anthony's lawyer successfully brought the charges down to attempted rape even so the jury heard enough to find thirty one year old. Anthony guilty. He was sentenced to fifteen years in prison. Starting that September.

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What's the History of the Tooth Fairy?

BrainStuff

05:15 min | 7 months ago

What's the History of the Tooth Fairy?

"We spoke by email with Christina. Kill Grove and enter apologised science writer with a background in archaeology. So she's used to dealing with teeth and bones but even she wasn't prepared for the site of her seven-year-old daughter extracting her own upper right central incisors in an effort to cash. It in kilograms said I was initially inspired. Track down the source of the tooth fairy legend. When my older daughter lost her first tooth she knew the tooth fairy wasn't real but wanted to know when and why the story began. Even if you aren't familiar with the tooth fairies origin story you've likely heard of her or encountered a kid like kill ribs who's perhaps a little overly excited to earn some dough. The folklore dictates that when a child loses a baby tooth. They should place it under their pillow at night. And when the awake the next morning they'll find their loss tooth has been replaced with a small amount of money. A courtesy of a magical and seemingly enamel obsessed sprite. I'm like Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny. The tooth fairy has somewhat enigmatic history. Kill Grove said. I was surprised that the tooth fairy is a comparatively new legend. She started to take off with the boomer generation getting paid for their teeth and was cemented in encyclopedias and the media with genetics and while other childhood characters typically have roots and religious. Traditions says quote the secular tooth fairy is really a modern invention. So who is this mysterious mythical creature and why is she so dead set on swapping baby teeth for cash? We also spoke by email with Dr Sowell Colombo d. m. d. of the little royals dentistry for kids in Jupiter Florida. He said some have suggested that the story of the tooth fairy dates back to north traditions from the thirteenth century. When it became a tradition for tooth fee to be given to a child when they lost their first baby tooth the more modern tooth fairy as we know it was first referenced in an editorial from Chicago Daily Tribune in one thousand nine hundred eight. Which at that time. Valued the tooth fairies contribution at five cents compared to an average approaching four dollars a tooth today so kill grove pegs. The popularity of the tooth fairy to the childhood of the boomers and Colombo dates the characters birth back to twelve hundreds. But there's a third possibility writer and publisher Michael. Kingston explained any twenty fourteen piece for salon. That the legend really took off in the nineteen seventies when a woman named Rosemary Wells took it upon herself to thoroughly research report on the tooth fairies. Saga Kill Group said. Dr Wells was a professor teaching scientific writing at northwestern. University dental school in the nineteen seventies when she realized there was little information about the origin of the tooth fairy legend. She worked on tracking down the origin and surveyed Americans on their tooth fairy practices for twenty years before starting small museum in her home dedicated to the tooth fairy. Kingston said I love when people accidentally become world experts on something and Rosemary. Wells is a great example of this. She asked a simple question followed her curiosity and ended up with private museum in her home dedicated to the tooth fairy. How do you not root for that? As Winston writes the tooth fairy is a relatively recent creation but quote rituals surrounding tooth loss. Date back much further than that. He points out that every single recorded human culture has some sort of traditional practice centered around the disposal of lost baby teeth and researcher be townend broke down the various rituals in an article in the British Dental Journal in Nineteen Sixty three titled the Non Therapeutic Extraction of teeth and its relation to the ritual disposal of shed deciduous teeth town and said that cultures tend to do one of nine things throw the tooth into the sun in to fire between the legs onto or over the roof of the house. It in a mouse hole. Bury it hide it. Place it in a tree or on a wall or have the mother child or an animal swallow it. Americans however spun the legend in a unique way blending and augmenting existing traditions to result in benevolent fairy who rewards the dental milestone with money and instant points out the tooth fairies star rose at a time when Disney was introducing tynan cuddly characters. Who are perfectly in line with the tooth fairies sweet and supernatural image if you're a parent and unsure of how to handle the tooth very topic with Your Young Tot Colombo has a suggestion. He said we encourage parents to call tooth fairy hotlines for the first tooth lost as well as remind them to put the tooth under the pillow. So the tooth fairy can work their magic and yes. Googling tooth fairy hotlines does turn up all sorts of helpful results including APPS and local office voice mailboxes. And if you're curious how much the tooth fairy is doling out. Nowadays researchers found that the national average was up to four dollars and sixty six cents as of two thousand sixteen almost eighty percent higher than the average in two thousand eleven which was around two dollars and sixty cents. But if you're a freaked out and frugal parents. In twenty twenty you can breathe a sigh of relief. A twenty eighteen study found the national average dipped back down to three dollars and seventy cents so despite the impact of inflation it appears even the tooth fairy has her monetary limits.

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"sowell" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"sowell" Discussed on WWL

"To tell you this type intensity urgency the way the Tigers have swung the bats tonight. Only three hits on the board will not bode well this weekend in starkville. To one delivery on its way to GO swigging, a mess. Another fastball down a away, and it's two and two. Garza's stands on deck. Jio awaits to two on its way outside in the dirt. Fills the count three balls two strikes to Jacob tonight with a base it one of three that came back in the second inning. Caught looking in the fifth and earned a walk last time in the seventh inning was left stranded. So with one down and a payoff pitch coming from well Dion, the freshman, and he'll step off the rubber. Here's time is called. Here's the payoff pitch on its way missing loan outside and geo once again earns his second walk in fact, back advance. Tigers never runner aboard with one out. Sowell Garza coming to the plate. Cars over two on the night. Cars hit into a double play in the second hit by pitch in the fifth and flied out to center. His last time up in the eighth inning. First pitch inside corner called strike its own one. I'm also big swing here. The Giacomo of big lead off of I. The.

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"sowell" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"sowell" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Nikki just to connect the the Minnesota connection that you Larry little more. That was at the beginning of the you've got to come to Awa wrestle late in the AWS run a little bit any memories of ultimately going full, circle and working for Verna and working in front of a Minnesota, mostly Rochester. Just because what Jim Crockett in towns. Colder, motions is allowing shows the medal as the bigger markets. They were bringing killing together. A handful of shows. Due for long, but but that will be the door for needed. I was incensed time alone from Crockett. Two two. The TV talk about. You know, wrestle Visco. And so the other guys so it was a fun experience. Although we came up here Uppers is the the. anyway committee answer a number of times. It was great experience. Little mention in talk about the connection of mention going with Peres some Lil this not only Kurt Nye together play football together. But so crude we on the same team. Berry. Dr Sowell was on the football team. John nord. Maybe some, you know, nor was her was Was on on the. the football team and two guys school say time, but not all team or were Thomson. The probably maybe the lesson Brady boom restless breaking down this refereeing excetera. So. Us. Essential in the same time. Professional wrestling, and the Geordie of I mean, really all pretty pretty decent careers. Interesting. Did you DO the public dealing much with gern directly and gets in no him? I'm sure he had a reputation that preceded him. Ciller? Got a tough negotiator. But the sticking around great was kind of running things more. Yeah. Luke firms and is him, you know, a tremendous amount of it certainly not accident that Larry being of that. But still to go some experience. So you. I'm gonna be showing pitcher I would get that. It'd before my wife measure find a Tone. cone. I got a picture. Don, Trump, president stage myself. Again..

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"sowell" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"sowell" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Science shared. I'm sincere this year. I'm an here. I'll spell it out to make things clear while you're in sneer, I've got a lane and not being here. And people wonder who's next up that conversation really ends here. Stress me out. I. The sound. But my style. I'm more like you're more like jeez. Dope. No. Try to stop this far printed. Sure, don't get a batch again, bro. He wears the ring without really doubting science taking your girlfriend, and there's nothing you. He must have. Down. Thomas sowell. Star. Have a fair. We only sign with really young. One one faith one. You hear me joined shoddy. One.

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Bill Gates backs $30 million push for early Alzheimer's diagnostics

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

03:41 min | 2 years ago

Bill Gates backs $30 million push for early Alzheimer's diagnostics

"Tessa are you ready to play From palmdale ASA Palmdale what the hell? Is that I know what the hell is that we're listening to Tessa. From Palmdale are you ready to play Oh? No not listening listening on her phone she's not listening to this radio. Station's that seemed to me Shall we continue. With the news I try them wartime. Wartime Tessa from Palmdale Asa I don't know what to do need some. Guidance let's go with another story while we're getting, guidance getting some, guidance the Pentagon wants to bring mind control technology to our troops that events. Departments research arm is working on a project that would connect human operators brains to the systems that they're controlling and vice. Versa It sounds exactly what Elon Musk is about. Though they're doing stuff like that with artificial limbs and things right yeah yeah you're right so it makes sense to me Oh if. You're a drone? Pilot why not just connect the drone to your brain yeah ooh. Maybe they can do it by where the eyes are, moving? And, things, like that. Or who knows God only knows The idea of humans controlling machines with their minds has spun. Off sci-fi blockbusters? Like Pacific rim But it's apparently reality they, still the you know the. Likes of Elon. Musk or not. So much worried about human brains controlling drones and vice versa it's the drones that's the part Both directions the feedback would be the, next generation non-surgical neuro. Technology or end, three as, it's now and if there's any possibility of a artificial intelligence really spinning, off on its own and. Concluding that humans. Are not worthwhile I know Lauren you feel deeply the humans are not worthwhile so now I know sooner given Oregon to a dog. Or cat God now I you know I know Okay let's, keep going Dr. Drew. Its midday live Speaking of billionaires end technology Bill Gates and a group of investors. Are backing, a thirty, dollars excuse me thirty dollars. Thirty million dollar venture. Philanthropy fund to tackle Alzheimer's Bill Gates wants to take. On Alzheimer's so along with a group of philanthropists he's sinking thirty million into diagnostics. Accelerator, venture philanthropy fund to develop early diagnostic procedures and bring them. To market, quickly I hate to say it thirty million's, not going to go very far for research yeah they're going to have to be seed for. Some, big. Money he says we need a, better way of diagnosing Alzheimer's simple. Blood test or an eye exam before. We're able to slow the, progression of the disease true true make him just work on diagnostic. Begin just, work on diagnostic issues that would be a significant move forward All right shall we play, the music again Steve let's get. To it I think we got testified Ones Rename, wrong signed to. Play what the hell is that Tessa ready to? Play are you guys doing your names Tessa from? Lom is that your name Well Tests for from Palmdale tests for all. Right here we. Go here's the crazy. Sound All right let's play it one more time quiet everybody. Here is the. Crazy Sowell more.

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Kanye West Returns to Twitter in True Kanye Style

Doc Washburn

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Kanye West Returns to Twitter in True Kanye Style

"About the welfare of the masses it is about the egos of the elites and i'm just i'm just not something here i was brought up pretty much a liberal i mean i believed that the democrat party was wrong about abortion but i guess they're right about everything else because at inoni better and so so my brothers in the late eighties early nineties got involved in the prolife movement and they started saying things to me were crazy not about the prolife thing but when they told me that the government doesn't put people on welfare to help them but people puts people on on welfare to keep them down to keep them under the thumb i'm like that's crazy talk what are you talking about i'm like for real i just couldn't i just couldn't wrap my mind around it at first but after a while i figured it out number five statement that connie west is tweeting out that dr thomas sowell said today socialism in general has a record of failure so blatant that only an intellectual could ignore or evade socialism's record of failure oh yeah i mean it's fascinating how many kanye west has twenty eight million followers on twitter i wonder what some of them will think about what he is saying here no what i'm saying i wonder what some of them will think about what he is saying here because these are the kinds of statements that a lot of folks who are into kaanai west have never heard about they haven't accepted or rejected them because they're never heard of him it's like brody i'm talking about here by the way about thomas sowell among classical liberals libertarians and conservatives dr sowell is lauded as a giant brilliant one of the most prolific intellects of modern times a national treasurer someone worthy of a nobel prize at myers have cited dr thomas sowell as a commentator of great originality great depth and breadth clarity of expression thoroughness of research and marshalling of evidence and of lauded his propensity for uncovering surprising facts and statistics and upending conventional wisdom man him in let me let me just roll another one by you hear the kanye has not tweeted yet dr sowell check this out if there is not equality of outcomes among people born to the same parents and raised under the same roof why should equality of outcomes be expected or assumed when conditions are not nearly so comparable.

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Maxine Waters Reacts to Kanye's Praise of Trump: He 'Sometimes Talks Out of Turn'

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Maxine Waters Reacts to Kanye's Praise of Trump: He 'Sometimes Talks Out of Turn'

"Okay now meanwhile in other news i just have to comment on nazi water so maxine waters came out yesterday and she was talking about kanye west now i'm growing tired of talking about kanye west i think the kanye west did something great and over the past few days he's been tweeting out quotes from thomas sowell and all of that's really good so i think connie is a political expert no don't think he's political expert but again kudos to conde for attempting to have conversations about politics in a fashion that doesn't fit directly into the jigsaw puzzle that the democrats have built for him he's been saying that you should think for yourself politics he's been saying that we don't have to be stuck on a particular political plantation honestly good for him for saying all of that well maxine waters has had enough the representative from california who is one of the more dole tisch members of congress i mean she is she's really stupid human being matching waters tore into kanye west and here's what she said she said quote khania west is a very creative young man but we also think that sometimes west talks out of turn and perhaps you need some assistance in helping him to formulate some of his thoughts is he kanye west needs maxine waters to guide him because he's stupid we don't think that he actually means to do harm but we're not sure he really understands the impact of what he's saying at the time that he saying it and how that weighs on particularly african american community and for young people in general and then she continued quote i understand that he's getting pushback from a lot of young people on the internet but we're hopeful that his creativity will continue to be demonstrated.

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"sowell" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

Top Down Perspective

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sowell" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

"Should be fine whatever it's neat it's free i'll probably give it a try because we on yeah for sure on a bummer note i guess for those who care dr sowell's remastered on the switch has been delayed to summer as well as the amoeba that part did you have it preorder now you're bummed out away if you more months for your preorder now that's fine if they can fill more orders we just you're just hoping that you know take all the time you need that amoeba right yeah and then release it when all because like after i saw what dark souls remastered is i kinda just don't care anymore 'cause i have that game already it's on what did you think it was going to be like anything changed at all okay the ps four and xbox one versions are still coming may twenty fifth bummer for switch users yep yep pretty typical for switch users like what game comes out day and date on the switch at all very true speaking of mobile games nami announce a castle vania game for us called grim warr of souls and it looks like it's trying to be like a normal castleblaney game i have no idea how well that'll play with touch controls it says it's the four player cooperative game that's also interesting that's like that's the arcade game harmony of despair yeah i'm wondering was going to be like that i didn't play that one but i heard it was bad it was okay not it's very good actually.

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"sowell" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sowell" Discussed on Trumpcast

"So at the democrats do really needs to be even more attentive chew the passion referred were of their voters who understand the urgency of the moment i think a little bit better than they do so you know one of the things we've touched on a little bit on trump cast as the possibility that congress is sowell as they used to say of the carter administration overcome by events obt that managing you know this drunk and dangerous father in the form of donald trump as a fulltime job that they they can't seem to get an head above water to like get their think through ideology so that's that's an even think through think about the future but one of the things i guess if we're talking about how the democrats handled this year i think one of the things they've done is just try so hard to wish it away right right think look i wrote early last year about why impeachment should be at the front of the democratic agenda personally i think it's politically smart for them to do so i think it's politically smart rhythms out voters understand the stakes oh the 2018 midterm elections um if you vote morbus in if you can get a majority in the house in perhaps even said it is possible then maybe we can end this that i don't i i think the the urgency for doing that remains ninety at that's fine i think he's obviously demonstrated that he is completely unfit for office and i think that it's more important to have an operational presidency than it is to leave him in the air hoping that you know miss one thing that he's useful war which is to eliminate our cultural divides we can do that without him in office okay yeah so listen i i think that it's it's politically smarter people.

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"sowell" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sowell" Discussed on WLOB

"Out there so you want to be sure eastern made medical center in bangor and now inland hospital in waterville there together now they don't take the united healthcare medicare advantage plans go and it's really interesting you bring that peace up because who would have thought about it uh my my wife's uh uh health insurance plan is anthem blue cross that's a pretty standard wynia's am here now sowell when she went to have her first surgery last april she was going through all the pre opt staff and she was headed down to the hospital on preab day a n she gets a phone call from the hospital we're sorry we just realized meena murcie habitat mercy i don't remember which hospital she added at now think it was me mad must remain yet was may not so mercy didn't take the plan and what we found out was a deal had been made when the when the plan was constructed um so that mean that got it all and who would've thought that an anthem blue cross plan wooden have tape wouldn't be covered you know taken everywhere right but it isn't and that those are things that you had a check ahead of time in it would so that you don't have those surprises now uh but yeah it it is it's just really a you know ad i should clarify what i just said about you know a inland hospital in eastern me they will take united healthcare medicare plans but it's out of networks so that means if someone has that land they're going to pay a higher right they're gonna pay a higher amount in that work right yeah exactly uh it's all crazy which is why they need your job well and while not just me if you if you have an age where every why should go 'cause john's not overworked enough.

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"sowell" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"sowell" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Is the robert daffy sowell's pushes rubber dhabi we've been talking about we've been talking to phyllis from virginia we've been talking now to the peggy from michigan and i have five kids luckily they hear me and they see me and there's been a smoke is that happens just from being around but there's an indoctrinating going on there is a different kind of movement going on they were showing my kids a documentary called loose change when they were nil imagery school after nine eleven which was about a conspiracy that it was a jewish conspiracy and that the planes never hit the buildings and blah blah blah blah blah in their schools they were getting stuff that is absolutely i mean i it it's very very scary tim caine went to south america i brought this up before in the 80s to nicaragua and two hundred us to study with a jesuit liberation theology liberation theology was created by the kgb to infiltrate the catholic church pope johnpaul denounced liberation theology denounced it that is the religion that the reverend wright practice in chicago black liberation theology the movement all across the world the liberation aspect of this now george sore rose and move on dot org they gave a press release the presidents have targetted demeaned in threatened millions of us and millions of our friends family and loved ones both chambers of congress remain in republican hands we are now entering and they're a profound and unprecedented challenge a time of day asia for our communities and our country in this moment we have to take care of ourselves our families and our friends especially those of us who are in the front lines facing hate including latinos women immigrants refugees black people muslims lgbt americans and so many others and we need to make it clear that we will continue to stand together now you should stand up for what you believe on tirelessly fighting for what you believe is a different thing fighting is an active aggressive movement part of the alinsky educational indoctrination is to make the public feel and think those qualities that you embodied you put on the other side to deflect the exact thing that you're doing from them showed got to realize this my dear friends when you hear the media and the public and these left these attack donald trump as being fascists though hitler or this or that they.

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"sowell" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"sowell" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"A quincy episode quincy quincy episode quincy now too stupid you know where these think that the kid drowned did and yet he was strangled and then they put in the water so you thought he dreaded but then the murderer or we stays around and then talks to quincy interest album of figured out alex we should have a show of else was a cough somebody like with eighteen gunshot wounds to the chest and the head and just be like it could have been a brain annually i think this was natural causes this wasn't mode murder that was natural causes less sampha former new hampshire deputy sheriff accused of assaulting his links assaulting six him him that's how i wanna hear this a former new hampshire shares that the deputy was indicted thursday on charges of if you just say six of ten charges one of them twice involving six inmates sowell okay earnest's justin swart sheet is accused of has the youknowwhat with two team are inmates over whom he had a thirty and letting others in his custody have you know what are in a problem here with dr which referred to as a of of course seizure four intimidation all right so i dunno where i want to start with this course seesions that could be another contest anybody knows what toward core sesion is supposed to be the nets lorry six one seven hold on altruism number of six one seven two three seven one two three four six one seven two three seven one 234 what is course sesion mean in this story that would be grand you could win a prize here from fifteen san extra cleaning out the hall closet we certainly are all we had said that if we did this every day we'd have nothing by the end of the one shift and that we get the new prizes that's true or if you want to text us your answer tech's in the body or the message wsb x your message or your answer so wsb x in the body of the message with your answer or comments two six seven zero seven six six seven zero seven six or just give us.

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"sowell" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"sowell" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Some would like you and i who gets a tell these remarkable stories of you know of uh of people in sports it's another example you get an incredible insight into the resourcefulness of parents the resilience of children and what sports and connecting with a favorite athlete her team can mean to someone who suffered through a a lifethreatening elmont of some kind jaylen sowell's story a little bit different than most the s p n element especially what did you think when the possibility of doing his wish first came out it was certainly a unique wish he wanted to have his story told by espn and not because he wanted to become famous or because he wanted the glory shown on him but as you just heard he wanted to tell his story so that other people who might be going through what he went through uh who had excelled at a sport and then found illness a taking at sport away from them that they might find the strength and inspiration and what his life was like and so from hearing his wish uh and then from checking at his social media and how positive an upbeat he clearly was on social media the things he wrote the way he tried to inspire people his attitude just got the feeling this was a really special young man and you know and and make a wish sent us a tape of him talking about the wish he wanted and what he'd gone through and from his family to his attitude to the way he expressed himself it was clear this was a unique guy with a great message to share uh and so we are excited for the opportunity to tell his message but we didn't just wanted to a story on him we wanted him to be a part of that story.

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