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Sunny Hostin Cares More About Polls Than Justices' Safety

Mark Levin

01:22 min | Last week

Sunny Hostin Cares More About Polls Than Justices' Safety

"Hey there's this sunny hostin kare go I was watching a lot of the protests that were happening outside of some of the justices homes And my understanding is that justice Alito has had to go into hiding Because of this draft opinion that was leaked And while I think it is terrible that a justice would have to go into hiding I think it is really clear to the justices now that as Anna mentioned 64 to 66% of Americans believe that the Supreme Court should uphold rope What does that have to do with anything If 64 to 60% 66% of the Americans in the 1850s supported slavery or segregation we have a system that's set up where the courts adjudicate They don't sit there and see what 64 66% of Americans want Number one number two that is a lie What kind of abortion are we even talking about The vast majority of Americans oppose partial birth abortion When it's explained to them So the media censor it You will not find sunny hostin Arguing let's run a video of a partial birth abortion So everybody can know this isn't a baby It's about the woman's body and it's a choice Why not sunny

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Joy Behar Doesn't Know How Our Government Works

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last month

Joy Behar Doesn't Know How Our Government Works

"Go ahead Those that were the proudest said I've never had to use my firearm in the line of You know you know that so it's just this cowboy Now sunny hostin is speaking for police Does she speak for you folks She speaks for everybody Go ahead Pass a bell contradicting the New York City for state laws Okay okay Joy the Supreme Court doesn't pass A bill The Supreme Court doesn't pass a law The Supreme Court rules on laws They rule On cases they apply the facts to the law they look at the constitution and they look at their precedent The Supreme Court doesn't pass a bill Now you support the Supreme Court ruling right Ruling over localities and states if it's abortion on demand and whatever it is that your agenda is But you don't support it doing so when they might rule to uphold the constitution because some local or state government is violating it But in no case do they pass laws Or do they pass bills in sunny hostin Should have said something but she didn't

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Five of the Dumbest Women in the Country Are on 'The View'

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | Last month

Five of the Dumbest Women in the Country Are on 'The View'

"And in Navarro at the view the first person speaking of sunny Houston who clearly is an idiot Cut 9 go What's interesting to me is that we know that the court is conservative It's conservative 6 to three Yeah Judge Jackson soon to be the level of discussion on the view Truthfully this is the crap our network's feed us 5 of the dumbest women in the country It's like these politicians and why do they find these people 330 million people And look at this Maisie hirono Richard blumenthal you look at the view There are really smart women out there And they have 5 dancers on the view

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Elizabeth Holmes' ex-lover, business partner faces own trial

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Elizabeth Holmes' ex-lover, business partner faces own trial

"The ex boyfriend of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes goes on trial Wednesday sunny bell while he faces charges that he was homes accomplice in the Silicon Valley scam involving a blood testing technology that flopped the fifty seven year old denies the charges home to thirty eight was found guilty of investor fraud and conspiracy in January she's free on half a million dollars bail while awaiting sentencing that is stirred speculation that she might agree to testify against bel Wanty if prosecutors agreed to recommend leniency for homes in exchange for her cooperation I'm Julie Walker

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It's time to 'spring forward' this weekend in most of the US

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

It's time to 'spring forward' this weekend in most of the US

"This weekend it's time to spring forward winter may not be done with much of the United States but time marches on before going to bed on Saturday night or Sunday at two AM whatever your local time most of the country will turn their clocks forward one hour to mark the beginning of daylight saving time that saving not savings it means sunrises come later in the morning and it will stay light till later in the evening some places ignore the change including sunny Hawaii most of Arizona Puerto Rico the US Virgin Islands and U. S. Pacific territories in AP nork center for public affairs research poll conducted last fall found most Americans don't even like to switch but they don't agree on which standard should be used forty three percent said they preferred that standard time be used all year while thirty two percent say they prefer daylight saving time I'm Jennifer king

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Movie Makers Say No to Russia Showings

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Movie Makers Say No to Russia Showings

"Good morning, sunny bunch, it's a Batman week. I've got to talk to even though there's a war underway because maybe finally American movie theaters are going to be crowded. Yeah, I think it's safe that there'll be pretty crowded. Assuming you want to go see The Batman because that's the only thing that's going to be playing in most of multiplexes. I mean, you mentioned you mentioned Hollywood and Ukraine. It is worth noting that all of the major studios now universal paramount Disney, Sony I'm missing one here. Have announced that they are going to skip putting movies out in Russia. Warner Brothers is the one I miss Warner Brothers, of course, has a big movie out this weekend, The Batman. And they are, they said, we're putting a pause, we're putting a pause on the release of The Batman in Russia to join the growing international commercial boycott of Russia. So, you know, Hollywood, there's only so much Hollywood can really do with any movie with Russians as villains.

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What's Streaming This Weekend?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 min | 2 months ago

What's Streaming This Weekend?

"Take our minds off of the sunny. What have you been watching recently? What do you want to tell us about today? You know, I spent the last week or so watching the new Jack reacher series on Amazon on Prime Video. It's just called reacher. Just reach her. And so I don't know if folks remember a few years back, there was a pair of Jack reacher movies starring Tom Cruise, and I always remember whenever it would come up. Fans of the series would say, oh, how could Tom Cruise stars Jack reacher. Tom Cruise is so small. You know, he can't be he can't be this big hulking, intimidating guy. And I always thought that was kind of, I always thought that was kind of a weak critique, right? Look, you should just be glad that the biggest movie star in the world is making your favorite books as a film.

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What's New in Theaters This Weekend

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 3 months ago

What's New in Theaters This Weekend

"Talk to me, sunny. I need to go to the I'm going to Arizona tonight to moderate a Senate and governor debate tomorrow morning. I'm going to need a movie tomorrow night. What do I see? Well, I would look you. I am at harks. I will always be 18 years old. So I strongly recommend tracking out jackass forever in a theater. No. Way. No, no, no. No. I know, look, we come from. We come from different generations here. Okay, so when jackass when the show jackass on MTV first debuted, I was 18 years old. I was in college and watching it in college drinking swivel vodka and bootlegged orange juice out of a used red solo cup with all of my degenerate friends in the dorm room. And we watched the first season and it was the funniest hue. It was funny thing that has ever been on

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After the blizzard, the East Coast digs out under sunny sky

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

After the blizzard, the East Coast digs out under sunny sky

"The the the the cold cold cold cold temperatures temperatures temperatures temperatures continue continue continue continue on on on on the the the the east east east east coast coast coast coast and and and and so so so so does does does does the the the the cleanup cleanup cleanup cleanup from from from from the the the the nor nor nor nor Easter Easter Easter Easter that that that that dumped dumped dumped dumped more more more more than than than than two two two two feet feet feet feet of of of of snow snow snow snow in in in in some some some some areas areas areas areas when when when Philip Philip Philip who who who was was was out out out shoveling shoveling shoveling snow snow snow in in in Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn says says says this this this is is is his his his kind kind kind of of of weather weather weather you you you can can can read read read the the the like like like this this this all all all the the the time time time I'm I'm I'm good good good some some some people people people may may may not not not like like like it it it one one one of of of those those those people people people is is is Brooks Brooks Brooks who who who was was was walking walking walking by by by with with with electus electus electus I'll I'll I'll share share share with with with you you you my my my deepest deepest deepest thoughts thoughts thoughts being being being in in in Barbados Barbados Barbados right right right now now now but but but for for for now now now he's he's he's here here here with with with the the the rest rest rest of of of us us us trudging trudging trudging through through through the the the snow snow snow like like like deny deny deny a a a pathway pathway pathway sometimes sometimes sometimes you you you could could could slip slip slip and and and stuff stuff stuff but but but we we we still still still have have have to to to manage manage manage forecasters forecasters forecasters say say say temperatures temperatures temperatures will will will start start start rising rising rising by by by mid mid mid week week week coupled coupled coupled with with with the the the sun sun sun should should should help help help melt melt melt some some some of of of the the the leftover leftover leftover snow snow snow Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker New New New York York York

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'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 3 months ago

'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community

"Here is an exchange between joy behar and sunny hostin yesterday on the view. Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now, it's so important that this is happening on in a time where we can get another liberal. And of course, the representation more than anything you pointed out, first black woman, there's only been two black men in. Those numbers are a little shocking. And one doesn't really represent the black community. No. One doesn't really represent the black community. I'm apologized. I don't have the right cut sheet here, guys. There's a mistake on my sheet. That was cut 5. That was 5? Oh, that was 6. One doesn't really represent the black community. That's sunny hostin and Sarah Haines. Now let's go to the right cut with joy behar and sunny hostin cut 5. Hate that somebody like Amy Coney Barrett was put in there because she's a white woman who they say well, go against abortion rights, and she's a woman. So that was deliberate, I think. Clarence Thomas, a black guy, a black man, a justice, okay? I'll give it to him. He's a smart guy, but he is to the right of attila the hum this guy, and they put him in there thinking, oh, a black man will go against voting rights. Which is what he does. And it was a.

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Sara Haines: 'We Must Have an Even [Supreme] Court' With Another Liberal

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Sara Haines: 'We Must Have an Even [Supreme] Court' With Another Liberal

"There's sunny Houston woman of the people Living in a huge Manson on several acres Down for the revolution And there's Sarah Haines Who's that Who the hell knows Go ahead Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now It's so important to have an even court right now It must be even What does that mean Who knows Do you have to have an IQ of negative 5 and a half to be on this show I think you do I thank you though Go ahead happening on in a time where we can get another liberal And of course the representation more than anything you pointed out So we can get another liberal on the court you see that's the goal That's all Not to understand the constitution and we just need another It's all about politics It's politics in our science Politics and our doctor's office politics with abortion That's not a life You women you are carrying a baby No you're not carrying another life Why take care of it It's just a choice Just a choice Why eat Well it's just the choice No big deal Go ahead There's only been two black men in Those numbers are How many black men are on the view Mister bid is here Now she doesn't count There are no black men on the view Why is that I mean don't we want it sort of even and even view is to quote the Sarah

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Remembering DaShawn McGrier, a Safe Streets Violence Interrupter in Baltimore

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Remembering DaShawn McGrier, a Safe Streets Violence Interrupter in Baltimore

"I want to tell you about a man named Desean magre Every year Desean Maguire I bet you've never heard of Desean mcgree And it's by chance that I've heard of Mick Sean excuse me Desean Maguire 29 years old A black man working in Baltimore The man who worked on the front lines of preventing gun violence in Baltimore Maryland was shot and killed Last Wednesday night in a quadruple shooting on east monument street in the mid elderly park neighborhood Baltimore navy Deshawn McGregor 29 worked as a violence interrupter for safe streets It is the third member of the organization to be shot and killed in the last year Desean was passionate about his community and was working hard to make the community safer for his family friends and neighbors to make ward Vice president of strategic growth and community partnerships at living classrooms A nonprofit that operates two of the ten safe street sites in the city including make elderly park It was a sunny was a father he was a partner he was a brother he was a devoted and present father to his child This organization safe streets It's amazing how Black Lives Matter draws all this attention It's a violent bigoted anti semitic organization Founded by marxists who seek the overthrow of our country Who contribute nothing to these communities Nothing

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'The View' Host Claims Biden Is Being Treated Like a Black President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 4 months ago

'The View' Host Claims Biden Is Being Treated Like a Black President

"Again, everything, everything, everything is about race. And listen to ABC's the view and sunny hostin, and the nonsense she spewed. About Republicans and our relationship with grandpa Joe. But the infrastructure Bill, I think, was a leaning into white independence. And I think it was a leaning into white moderates. But the bottom line is those aren't the folks that really took him over the finish line. Those aren't, that's not the democratic base. No, democratic president has made it into The White House without the support of the black community. The black community now, voters 50 and over that are registered. There's been a 36 point drop, and then that approval. And what I took away was he said something like I had no idea that my Republican friends would do this. Well, he's governing like it's the 1990s. It's 2022. He sat for 8 years next to a black president, you didn't think he'd be treated like one. And that's what he's being treated like. Did you hear that? Because he once said my Republican Friends, the black community is turning on Biden, according to a black woman like sunny hostin. And according to Sonny hostin, Biden is being treated like a black president. I mean, honest to goodness, you just, you just have to pity these

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The Left Defends Sotomayor's COVID Misinformation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | 4 months ago

The Left Defends Sotomayor's COVID Misinformation

"This week, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor literally said on the bench of the Supreme Court, we've got a 100,000 children in hospitals with COVID, many of them on ventilators. And the whole world laughed at her because that's a lie. That's what they used to call COVID misinformation. I guess if you're a Supreme Court Justice, you can lie and get away with it. I guess if you're a radical wise Latina activist Supreme Court judge, you're allowed to say things like that. Where's her apology, by the way? We don't have a 100,000 kids in the hospital with COVID. We don't have kids on ventilators. The fraction of kids like 0.000001%. She lied. Do you know that the left is defending her? Here's cut 7. Listen to sunny hostin, one of the big mouths on ABC TV's the view defending Sonia Sotomayor's COVID misinformation. Well, first I just want to reframe this a little bit about justice Sotomayor because while she may not be accurate for current hospitalizations in children, she is correct that we have more children in the hospital now more than ever before. And it certainly reflects the current cases in children. Right now we have 82,843 children sick with COVID, more than a thousand children have died from the virus. And in addition, about 7.8 million children have caught COVID since the pandemic started. And so those are just the numbers. And so while fewer than 83,000 kids have been hospitalized with the virus, we have kids sick with COVID more than we ever have before. And so that's a real thing and those are real numbers. Can you believe that that woman makes probably 7 or 800,000? Maybe a $1 million a year to have a show on national TV and defend the

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Sunday Night Football or Not, 'Life, Liberty & Levin' Is a Powerhouse Show Thanks to You

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Sunday Night Football or Not, 'Life, Liberty & Levin' Is a Powerhouse Show Thanks to You

"When you think about my Sunday show on Fox 8 p.m. Eastern Time This is a show that faces incredible competition Sunday Night football For four months out of the year Actually longer when you consider the pre games Sunday Night football for 5 months out of the year And then the other big games often on Sundays the playoff games so really sunny night football mister producer say half the year no 6 months out of the year right in the teeth of it 8 to 9 p.m. Eastern Time Nobody else has to Has to face that kind of competition But I love it I'll take on any competition And this is because of you If you can't watch it live you'll DVR the program Now this isn't a put down other shows at night whether they're Saturday night or weeknights or whatever Everybody's got their own competition they have to deal with And before I came on Sunday nights on cable there were no ratings on Sunday Night .8 .9 .7 maybe they had a one share maybe that was a big deal No ratings And so my show comes on it starts at 10 p.m. Eastern Time The worst time slot in the whole week Why Because I wanted it Becomes the highest rated show On Sunday nights often of the whole weekend

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

"Eventually. What else do we have to see, sunny? Well, so the big movie out this weekend, and the big movie of the year really is Spider-Man: No Way Home. I mean, this movie is going to be an enormous enormous hit. I thought yesterday with a packed house at the Alamo drafthouse near me, audience loved it. Spider-Man, no way home, of course, our Spider-Man, it's got Tom Holland as Spider-Man. And if folks remember the end of the last movie, his identity had been revealed to the world by J Jonah Jameson who was playing a kind of Alex Jones like figure kind of conspiracy theorist, doing a very funny, very funny turn by J. K. Simmons. But this movie picks up right where that one left off. So everybody knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, Spider-Man and Peter Parker. He's got to try and figure out a way to get the world to forget about him and he turns to Doctor Strange, who has played by Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Cumberbatch, cashless spell that tries to reverse the race the knowledge that Peter Parker is Spider-Man from. Yeah, Doctor Strange should be smarter than this. You would think. He was warned not to cast the spell by his assistant slash sorcerer, the new sorcerer supreme Benedict Wong. And he does it anyway. He cast the spell in it. It messes up the very fabric of reality, villains from previous iterations of Spider-Man movies start pouring into Tom Holland's Spider-Man's universe, the green goblin, doctor octopus, the lizard electro. Hello, Peter. That's a great trailer, by the way. Hello. It's a really good trailer. I'm not giving away anything that's not in the trailer. I'm careful not to either. These are no spoilers here, really. And Peter's got to get Peter's got to get them back to their universe. That's all I'll say about that about a lot.

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"sunny" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

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"sunny" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

04:51 min | 6 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"The tunnel. But back then, it would have been pitch black. And now you have reached the bottom, so for your the C cave at the end of this tunnel is one of 7 embedded in the la Jolla cliffs. Geologists think they're around 200,000 years old. And that they were formed by waves pummeling against the sandstone, seeping in through cracks in The Rock and boring a bigger and bigger opening. Now we're walking down the platform, which starts at the end of the tunnel, which was man-made, but now all of this is a natural formation of a cave. So the rest of this is all a natural sea cave. We are deep inside the cave, walking along a wooden platform that's taking us closer and closer to the light at the end of the tunnel. Waves can barreling in through the mouth of the cave and crash against the boulders and rocks on the cave floor. A couple feet below the platform we're standing on. I look up at the cave ceiling about 50 feet above us. Some of the stone is covered in red algae. Along the wall, more of it grows in yellow, black and gray. There are pink and purple spots close to the water, where kelp has left traces of iodine behind. I just think it's just a real specially enchanted place. It's been here for so long and you're really kind of makes people happy. I'm not sure exactly why but it really does. In September of 1903, less than a year after the tunnel was completed. The San Diego union newspaper reported professor Schultz tunnel is a success and is paying well. Another document filed with the city clerk the same year, called the cave, a quote principle attraction of la Jolla park. Gustav was charging visitors 25 cents per visit. By 1911, he'd handed over the shop above the cave to a local merchant. Gustav spent most of his time on the upper story of the cabin, painting. He died in 1912. And that's when things got interesting. Legend has it, his widow showed up in la Jolla and took over the shop, which was a surprise to pretty much everyone because no one knew he'd been married. I have heard that he abandoned his wife in Germany. So, you know, and hopefully she did show up and run it and get some of that retirement money. Exactly, good for her. Good for her yeah. Throughout the 19 teens and 20s, the cave attracted more visitors. Like Frank baum, the guy who illustrated The Wizard of Oz. He's the one who named the cave, sunny gym, because the view out of the cave looks like the profile of a famous cartoon serial mascot from the time. Right, so if you look straight up the cave, and you look up to the very top, you see sort of like what looks like a could be a little tip of a ponytail. If it was the topic the cave has been used as a movie set. An allegedly during prohibition, bootleggers used to smuggle alcohol through the cave and up the tunnel. Although Shannon raises an eyebrow when she hears that one. I don't know where I stand on that because to me it seems like it would be harder to pull the leg up through the tunnel. As opposed to going to the shores and just docking the boat. Today, there aren't any bootleggers or pirates or cigar smoking professors swimming around in the cave. Just a couple of families taking selfies. And some crabs, scurrying across the rocks. If you ask me the sunny Jim cave is one of those natural wonders where nature is only part of the wonder. The other part is human wonder. This cave wouldn't seem so magical. If I didn't picture that dose icke's man of geology and oil painting, doing the breaststroke around here with a cigar hanging out of his mouth. And even if the rumors about smuggling and prohibition in the cave aren't true, they make me feel like I've been let in on a big secret. Like by standing here on this platform, I'm somehow participating in an exciting illicit activity. But by far the most wondrous part of the sunny Jim cave isn't the cave. It's that tunnel. The experience of walking carefully down the wooden steps. A 144 of them. While bending my neck to avoid the ceiling, like I'm some kind of Indiana Jones. Hearing droplets of salty water go plop as they fall off the slippery rock above me and onto the slag mites growing up from the floor. La.

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"sunny" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

07:59 min | 6 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

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That's ADT dot com. I wanted to let you know about another podcast that I think the audience of this show might enjoy. It's called detours. So there's a little TV show you might have seen on PBS about the old stuff that people find in their attics and their basements. And they bring in and they find out what it's worth. That show, which has captivated viewers for over 20 years is GBH antiques roadshow. Well, each episode of the podcast detours tells the deeper story of one of those objects. And amazes an amuses you all along the way. So if this sounds interesting, join detours host and longtime producer for GBH antiques roadshow, Adam monaghan, as he reveals the secrets. Behind America's favorite television appraisal show and teaks Rojo. Subscribe now to detours, wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. When I first heard about the sunny Jim cave, I was sort of picturing a speakeasy, a closed door in the back of the shop where you'd have to knock three times or something. Before the door would open quickly from the inside and you'd sneak down the dark tunnel. Turns out it's a little less subtle than that. A video of the cave recently went viral on TikTok. So on the Friday afternoon, when I show up, the sidewalk outside the door is crowded. Everyone is lined up under a big sign nailed over the front door. It has green block letters that spell out the cave store. Entrance to cave. It's so nice. Inside, Shannon Smith is collecting signed liability waivers, and pointing visitors down the steps to the cave. She is the store's owner. So this is pretty quiet back here. Oh, this is lovely. And it's Shannon has been running the cave store since her husband, Jim Allen passed away in 2016. He bought the store back in 1995. At the time, it was a shell shop, literally it sold shells. Shannon says the whole place was packed full of them. It was dingy. And to find the cave, you kind of had to be looking for it. The cave was like a little bit of a speakeasy. It was no advertisement of the cave. It was just this shell shock. So after that lease ran out, we came in, we cleaned it all up. He focused the business directly on the cave. And he was really a genius because 80 more than 80% of my business is the cave. As Jim and Shannon cleaned out the store and carried out their renovations, they learned more and more about the man who built the house. And the tunnel to the cave. His name was Gustav schulz. And he came to la Jolla, sometime in the late 1800s. Well, I know that he was from Germany originally, and he was an artist, a painter, and he was coming by ship here with his paintings and the paintings were lost at sea somehow. The details here are very murky. But a few different accounts suggest that Gustav might have been in some financial hardship. And when he got to la Jolla, he somehow managed to scrape together enough money to buy the plot of land where you're standing on from a local artist's colony. And I think he may have also been a geologist. I read that too. It seems like he had a fascinating skill set. Yeah, he sounds like he was a bit of a character because he really was bold and pioneering and successfully so. I haven't been able to find a complete record of Gustav's life. But the breadcrumbs he left behind paint a really interesting picture. There's a news clipping from 1902, where it says he and another guy who wanted to dig a cave tunnel got in a fistfight. And I read another account that said locals used to see Gustav swimming around in the cove with a hat on. While smoking a cigar. Wow. And that's great. I didn't read that one. Which I feel like, I mean, maybe it's not true. But I feel like it sums up this weird eccentric geologist slash artist slash person who would take it upon himself to dig a very long hole to a cave in it. Yeah, I mean, he maybe he was checking it out. You know, he seems to maybe Gustav schulz was like the dose Aki's man of geology and tourism. Shannon takes me through the store, past watercolor paintings, jewelry, and Iraq of postcards for sale. All the way to the cave entrance. Let's do it. Make sure you use the handrails. It's a little slippery. Noted. All right, okay first. In 1902, Gustav got permission from the city to start work on the tunnel. He hired two Chinese laborers who did most of the digging. So where you're walking was. Dug out, took them two years in 1902 and 1903. So we're walking through a man-made tunnel. And so, yes, some of the natural springs in the earth kind of leak in here, and it feels kind of like we're walking through a ride at Disneyland. There are stalagmites growing along some of the tunnel walls. Water drips down from the ceiling. It's humid and smells kind of like chlorine. So right here, you can see there's natural calcification from the sandstone. Where the water is seeping in. It looks white. Yeah, it comes in white so it's like some calcium. And I'm about 5 6, 5, 7, if I'm being generous. And I'm glad I'm not taller. Yeah. Yes. The men that come in that are 6 5 come up with a stiff neck. For a minute. I imagine these stairs are not from 1902. No, actually, when they first dug the tunnel out and you have to consider this is back when ladies wear bustles and petticoats and everything, they would pull themselves up and down on a rope. And I think I may still be able to show you where we have for a long time. There was still some of the iron work where the rope had been that may have deteriorated by now. And then slowly over time, steps were added. 144 of them. Today, there are lights installed along.

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Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 6 months ago

Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

"There. Sunny bunch welcome, all thanks Sonny available at sunny bunch on Twitter. He also is the host of across the movie aisle, great podcast on movies. The bulwark goes to the movies and many other fine things. So sunny, you are not sending us to a band at palooza. I hope tomorrow. I hope you have something for us to see in the theaters. Well, we could talk about drumline. I feel like that is a band the band of palooza sort of movie, right? Well, South American park. Of drumming groups. So what's coming out? All right, so we are in that weird stretch where we have a marvel movie out that weekend before, which means that nobody wants to release a movie this weekend. Because nobody wants to compete in either of the first two weekends with the marvel movie. So in theaters, your options are a little bit light right now. But Netflix has not scared of marvel. Netflix is not scared of marvel. They are releasing one of their big blockbuster movies of the year this weekend. It's called red notice. They probably noticed any ads for it because they don't show ab but it is a big $200 million heist by way of Indiana Jones style movie. Starring Dwayne, The Rock Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot as a trio of well, technically, Dwayne Johnson is like an FBI agent who's trying to clear his name. Ryan Reynolds is an art thief and Gal Gadot is another art thief she competing our thief. They are trying to steal or recover three eggs, the eggs of Cleopatra, which are these ancient artifacts, not real, not a real artifact that ancient artifacts from Egypt that were given to Cleopatra on her wedding day and their price list are very they're very valuable and they are trying to they're trying to recover these. Dwayne Johnson, so we can clear his name to our thieves right rental, so they can sell them to a Egyptian businessman who wants to give them to his own daughter as a wedding

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Marc Morano: Most Countries Are in It for the 'Cold Climate Cash'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 6 months ago

Marc Morano: Most Countries Are in It for the 'Cold Climate Cash'

"Welcome back to the man who told me more than anybody else about the climate hoax, Mark marano. I wrote about it, that moment in my second book why we fight. I have a photograph from the back of the rose garden for me. It had nothing to do with my remit national security. But it was my proudest moment in The White House when president Trump stood up in the rose garden, beautiful sunny June day, pulled us out of the Paris climate treaty called because it wasn't a treaty and said that the famous line that will echo down through the ages. I was elected by the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris, you're damn right. That's why the president removed us. The fact is, these things are absurd because they punish us and we are even cleaner today now thanks to president Trump than the requirements of the Paris accord, demanded of us whilst others like China and Russia are either unaffected unlimited or Mark. They get money from us to continue polluting. Am I missing something here? No, you're absolutely right. These countries are eager to come to the United Nations climate summit. So much so that they lifted the vaccine COVID vaccine mandate in Scotland. No, this is anywhere else you travel in Europe. You've got to have a 7 day at least in the U countries. You have to have a 7 day quarantine or 8 day quarantine, but they lifted it because they want these countries to come in because the only way they can entice them is with cold, hard cash. Of course, filtered through the United Nations. And the United Nations is seeking to pay the countries in the developing world who are best able to keep their citizens locked in poverty. This money will go to the leaders of these countries, not to do anything for the environment or to help their people. It's going to end up helping these leaders get reelected, building monuments, stadiums, ensuring their political machines are well funded. The UN knows politics. They are experts. They're not climate experts, but they're political experts. And this is the reason that you see all of these countries. In fact, the highest participation rates of these UN summits are usually African nations because they know the reason they're drawn there is the UN has offers of cold climate cash to go to these leaders around

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"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

Sunny 101.5

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

"Hillary. I got that, I should know this. I should really, really should know this. Yeah, there's got to be in the 70s and I know she's gotta be in the 70s. I'll give her a 75. So close, 74..

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"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

Sunny 101.5

06:35 min | 7 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

"It's 6 57 and here's Tracy. Thanks, Jack. It's breast cancer awareness month and fans say The Simpsons nailed it. They added a character who is a hypnotherapist and a breast cancer survivor. Doctor Wendy sage has had a unilateral mastectomy. A saint was created and voiced by an actress and breast cancer survivor, the wife of Matt selman, The Simpsons writer producer, a sage has all the signs of a breast cancer survivor like a visible scar from her port, curly hair regrowing from chemo treatment and obviously one breasted appearance and the show doesn't focus on her past disease. She just comes in as she is. The show is hoping to said a message of acceptance. But this is love it. That was perfect. Well, Drake received some meaningful gifts for his birthday. I thought this was a really cool story. So back in 2007, he used a Rolls Royce in 2007 that he just used to drive to keep up appearances. He explained the whole story on his Instagram page. He said, you know, we used this, we rented it. It Rolls Royce phantom rental to convince people that we were destined to make it. And he said I used to scrape together $5000 a month to somehow keep up appearances. He says, even though I don't recommend this, putting yourself into financial trouble for material things. He said, I realize now that this was just my way of extreme manifesting. Like I needed to see it and feel it and have it. And believe that I could see and feel and have everything I wanted. We'll get this. His brother, future the prince, tracked down that exact car he used to stress over and gifted it to him for his birthday. Oh boy, how about manifestation complete? How cool is that? How cool is that? Hey, hey. Oh, I love it. I did think that was pretty special. Yeah, that's special. Well, the Jonas Brothers are getting roasted on Netflix, Nick Joe and Kevin's upcoming Netflix comedy special family roast. It's gonna put the brothers in a hot seat. Keenan Thompson from Saturday Night Live is the host. Gonna be appearances by tons of celebrities. They're describing the Jonas Brothers family roast is one of a kind comedy special with sketches, songs, games, and special guests all to give the Jonas Brothers a roasting. They'll never forget. Something to look out for on November 23rd on Netflix. Okay. Sir Paul McCartney says he is done signing autographs. Really? Yes, this is so interesting. So he told reader's digest, it always struck me as a bit strange, like here can I write your name down on the back of this receipt, please? You know, why? He said, we both know who I am. And McCartney says he's done with selfies with fans, too, because he says what you usually have is a photo with a poor backdrop and me looking a bit miserable. So I had how true is that? The 76 year old legend says instead of asking him for an autograph or a selfie, let's chat. Let's exchange stories. So his fellow Beatles bandmate Ringo Starr actually stopped signing autographs 13 years ago. Yeah, it was about to say that I've Ringo did that long ago. Exactly. Paul's just catching up, but he's done. There you go. Yeah, I mean, think about it though. Most of the stuff you get signed, it's probably in a drawer somewhere that you never look what is doing. And that is terribly awkward. I mean, I mean, you know, you're just like, ugh. No, I have no. Now I have to. I mean, I'm sure it's happened to you. Have you had listeners asking for your autograph? Yeah, I know I'm embarrassing you. Nobody have a spot that way. I have a bewildered look on my face. What are you going to do with this, but in fact, did I ever tell you I got to tell you this story? Because this is nothing short of hilarious. This was years ago, okay? I was doing a broadcast. I think I might have been one of our Black Friday broadcasts at the mall. And this kid, I don't know, you could just tell, you just kind of like walking back and forth and you could tell something was on his mind. He wanted to do. I know the look. Yeah, so you just so he finally got the courage comes over and you didn't even look up at me just says, hey, yeah. If you were to sign anything, would it you think would be worth any money? Nice. No, it did. I didn't remember this. I was there. Oh, were you there? Okay, I didn't know who was there, but I said, and I said, well, probably not. And he goes. Okay, see ya. Totally was there. That was just checking. Okay. All right, see you. I don't want it. I just want to make some money. Oh my gosh, that's perfect. Two funny. I do remember that day. I think that was my first year here. Wow, the soul that you were there when that happened. I thought that happened longer, even farther than maybe I just remember the story. Maybe it happened twice. I'm sure it did. All right. Let's do some birthdays. Okay. All right, bye. Okay, bye. Seth MacFarlane, celebrating a birthday today. I could have lied and you know, this would be worth thousands. Yeah, then it would be worth you would be disappointed. So, okay, who a Seth MacFarlane? Okay. Let's see. He's about to talk about guy can do voices, gee. He's a hundred feet 50 yet. I think maybe he is. I'm gonna go with 50. He is 48. He's not 50 yet, okay? All right. And Hillary Clinton..

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"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

Sunny 101.5

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

"It is 30 it's 39° right now. How about that? Oh my gosh. So let's get things started here at sunny 101.5 more. Sunny 101.5 with. Tell me something good. All right, 6 18 and here's Tracy. Thanks, Jack will after a week of just fights and violence at a Louisiana high school. And the arrests of 23 students, parents knew something had to change. So dads at southwood high school decided to take matters into their own hands. They formed this group called dad's on duty. It's a group of about 40 dads who take shifts spending time at the school, greeting students in the morning, just helping maintain a positive learning environment and the students say it's working and the numbers prove it. Get this. There hasn't been a single incident on campus since the dads showed up. Really? So Michael lafitte is the dad who started it all, and he said, you know, we just decided the best people to take care of our kids is us. And any negative energy that enters the building has to go up against dads on duty. One student said, I immediately felt a form of safety. We stopped fighting. People started going to class. Another student said, and this one cracked me up. Have you ever heard of the look like that power that all dads have, the look? Yeah, so these dads can give the look. And also dad jokes. The kids say they just make these funny jokes like, oh, hey, your shoes untied. But really it's not untied. And just this little antics just pave the way for a great day. So they say, it's the perfect mix of tough love and gentle ribbing that dads do so well that's just really helped transform the school. And the dads are planning to keep going to southwood indefinitely. They said, you know, not everybody has a father figure at home or a male period in their life. So just being here makes a big difference. So and it's worked so well. I just said, you know what? We're on to something. They would like to start chapters of dads on duty throughout Louisiana and perhaps at schools across the country. That feel like they could use it. So isn't that an interesting story? That's a good idea. Well, obviously. Absolutely..

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"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

Sunny 101.5

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

"Good morning. I'm john hoffman. The haitian gang that kidnapped sixteen americans and a canadian says they'll kill them. All if seventeen million dollars in ransom is not paid the missionary group was returning to the capitol after visiting an orphanage in the eastern part of the country when they were grabbed by the gang. The hostages include several children. One is an eight month old. Infant months ago. Dr anthony foul. She adamantly denied the national institutes of health funded gain of function research into the cova virus at the wuhan china facility where research was being done now. The organization is admitting they in fact did atop. Nih official blames new york city based nonprofit eko health alliance for funneling us funds to the wuhan lab a prop gun wielded by actor alec baldwin on a movie set a new mexico went off thursday killing the film's director of photography and wounding the director. It's unclear right now. Why the gun was loaded. Police call it an open and active investigation. Nobody arrested or charged at this point. They were all shooting an independent film. Titled rust. notre dame goes into saturday's home game a seven point favorite over. Usc at notre dame stadium. Kick off at seven thirty on sunny one. One point five also tomorrow. Sixth ranked michigan host northwestern at noon. Wisconsin is at twenty fifth ranked. Purdue three pm indiana host fifth ranked ohio state at seven thirty in hockey. The chicago blackhawks fell to vancouver at the united center. Four to one the detroit redwings lost at home. Three nothing to calgary notre dame hockey lost. Rit in overtime. Three two two. They play again tonight that the content family ice arena last night in the nfl cleveland down denver. Seventeen fourteen sundays. nfl schedule. has the chicago bears. A twelve and a half point underdog at tampa bay a four twenty-five kickoff sunday on ninety six one ton. The indianapolis colts her a four point. Underdog at san francisco sunday. Night at eight twenty on z. Ninety four three. I'm john hoffman. On sunday. one zero one point five..

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"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

Sunny 101.5

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on Sunny 101.5

"Good morning i'm john. Hoffman the fda wednesday authorized booster vaccines from derna and johnson and johnson pfizer. Boosters are already available the agency also says you can mix and match vaccines that is get one of for your initial vaccination and another brand for your booster. The cdc must still sign off on all this. Meanwhile the biden administration unveiled plans to vaccinate children. Ages five to eleven there dose would be lower than the adult dose trend lines for new cova cases hospitalizations and deaths remain headed downward fresh whole onions imported from mexico or linked to a salmonella outbreak. In the us the cdc says more than six hundred fifty people have been infected in thirty seven states. As of monday the red white and yellow onions were distributed by pro sourcing in new york and imported on or before august twenty seventh. The man who shot and killed seventeen florida high school students in two thousand eighteen pleaded guilty to all charges. Wednesday nicholas crews apologized asking the judge to give him a second chance so we could help others a sentencing. Trial will determine whether he gets the death penalty or life without parole. A couple of lopsided scores in wednesday's baseball playoff action. The houston astros. Beat the red sox and boston. Nine to one to get within a game of making the world series game six friday and houston the atlanta braves one in los angeles nine to two over the dodgers to go up three games to one in that series game five tonight in l. a. the thursday night. Nfl game this week is the denver broncos in cleveland against the browns nba. The chicago bulls one their season opener. Last night. in detroit ninety four to eighty eight the pacers lost at charlotte one. Twenty-three one twenty two in hockey the blackhawks host vancouver tonight in chicago. The detroit red wings or at home against calgary. I'm john hoffman on sunny. One point five..

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"sunny" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

07:37 min | 10 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"And the clippers. Don't have a point guard and and you know it's the bubble year and they disappointed. They should've lost to the mavs and then did lose to the nuggets. And paul george is no good but then the following year this year paul george was quite good and i was even better buddy got hurt or else. They'd be on the brink of winning a championship right now. They win the championship this year. I mean they went six games with the suns without kawhi playing a single second of the series. You mean to tell me you add. They're not gonna win the series. Of course they win that series. And then they they face these bucks that clippers teams better than this bucks team and linked up in the in the finals. Sorry in the playoffs before and what happened. Why not only beat them up pretty good. He wound wound up winning finals. Mvp and it wasn't the first time he'd one final mvp by the way not quite would be winning finals. Mvp again this year as a champion but he got hurt and by the way next year. We'll see if he stays on the clippers. They might not win next year. But i'm telling you this. He signed a four year extension with the clippers. He's gonna win a championship in there. And let me ask you something. Because michael jordan ruined like all these players right like no matter. Your now expected to win the championship every year. When i was a kid larry bird was a three time. Mvp the celtics repower house. Magic johnson was an all time. Great the lakers were the greatest team. Ever known. expected burger magic to win this title every year because they bird is in the u. leaks os magic and they both on great squats moses malone. Do you weren't expected to win every year then. Mj came around and every time he had a crew he won and he did it in under seven games. Then all of a sudden is up if you don't want championship one year. What happened so here. We are and why hasn't won. Since he's been in the clippers. Let me ask you something. Eighty eight say. Espn seven nine. Three seven seven six. If is a four year extension with the clippers and by the end of the whole thing. He's played six years half a dozen years in la and wins a single championship. What would you call that. Because i would call it a resounding success. The clippers had never been in a conference finals before kawai got there. Are you kidding if you wind up winning a single championship. The best thing that ever happened with the clippers. It's a huge success. Eddie johnson former sons all star sons tv analyst on the goodyear hotline joins. The max kellerman. Show you're on espn radio what's going on. Eddie you know what maximum it's always a pleasure to be able to talk to you. Well i like like. I'll watch i take for you. I don't watch while you're a smart oakdale. Even out there. Yes i will. I will smart man clearly. That's why you're on this show any hear from you. So i i think this is the pressure still enormously on jaanus in this game. You can't go down three one to this son's team and they already have home court which they've defended and jaanus has had to amazing games. You think you can have another one like the to we just had. I don't think he will. Because i think the sons are gonna say you know what enough is enough. And they're gonna. They're to basically when he gets the ball in the block they're gonna w. m. and when he gets about ten feet out and faces they're gonna go they're gonna double them on the dribble they gotta make somebody else. Beat them Max the way he is going right. Now it's devastating like you know somebody can get forty points and you can say okay. It's spread out you know. But he'd like getting people in foul trouble any score and he's going hypothetic shots at the rim in the restricted area. You know that shocked like and and you can't allow the guy to continue to do that game in and game out. He's done two straight game when the sun's cannot allow that to happen again. So i expect them to come out and be creative defensively and they're going to say look. Pj talking we know that you gotta house over there. In the corner you lead the league last year and corner threes. Go ahead go at it. You know three holiday go forward. They're going to stay on. Middleton they gonna challenge holiday. And pj tucker. And i think that's the right thing to do. Talked to eddie johnson here on the max kellerman show. Espn radio radio eddie. Form of sons all star and suns tv analysts now talking game four huge game tonight and the fun pivotal game. Four in the final eddie. I'm looking at the andrea. And i liked the sun's a lot before the year started. I mean first of all they went eight no in the bubble and then the added chris paul and sometimes you can put two guys together in a backward. I don't know. I need to see how westbrook and bill play together. Let me see how hardening kyrie play together. But i'm paper. I loved chris. Paul and devon booker together. It seemed to me like this was really going to work. And i expected chris. Paul have a great influence on the andrea. These these are going to make him a break him and he was already pretty good the andrea aiden and yet the right three d guys in mikhail bridges and i thought of cam johnson is a three and d guy even if he didn't play such great as your it's cetera jae crowder et cetera. All this stuff. It was all good. But i didn't think they'd be in the finals and partly that was because i thought the andrea was to green. But the way he's played against these bigs a yokich he gave yokich. Problems is hard to do. What is he going to have to do to play at a high level and avoid the foul trouble that let us run wild in the third quarter in game three. I think if you're boys foul trouble you'll have a great game. I mean he was headed for a forty point game in game three until they got in foul trouble like sixteen points early on the andres plan. Excellent basketball that was the first game during this playoff run. And he's been in foul trouble and they're gonna try to do it again and he's gotta be careful. He's he's gotta be like you know what. I'll give you this layup right here because you giving you. This layup is not more is not as important as me. Getting a file that he has to think with that mentality especially because there shark is out that was their backup big guy and they really have nothing after that. So he really has to be careful with file and a problem for milwaukee and and that's why he has to stay on the court and that two men game they'll having a very difficult time and if they try to really cover him then. It's gonna least chris paul again. And he's going to have a tremendous game. Also expect devon booker really stuff it up. I agree with that rare that he has back to back bad games. And i'm expecting to really come out and be very aggressive. I agree that you're not gonna keep devon booker down for a whole series. Certainly maybe it could be to gain and also drew holidays very effective defensively against the little guards. Devon booker is not a little guard. I expected to light it up. But the interesting thing about the andrei eight. And you're talking matchups which i like. I like the way. Chris paul sarra trying to two man game in the offensively blue but putting matchups aside the way i think of it and the reason i liked phoenix in this series middleton and holiday and jaanus is not a real big three drew holiday and middleton or like good players who are sometimes excellent. But there's a reason they're not in the all star game every year. They're not quite there. usually right. so it's jaanus and to kind of almost got good players above average but not great players. But then i look at the sons and i see obviously chris paul and devon booker or two all star players and all star plus. Even i would say whether or not they make devon booker made the team. That's what they are. And then i look at eight. And i go..

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"sunny" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"sunny" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"He was at the magic at the time but once shack help once he got kobe and then d. Wade he won the chip. Does he have enough help. With middleton and holiday. I didn't think so but with so many injuries around the league. They're in a position to do it. Janas must come through in game four if they go down three one. They're not gonna win the series. It's an absolute must win. Game for jaanus in the bucks tonight. You can listen to the game by the way on. Espn radio tonight. Meantime kawhi leonard the news. Today he had surgery to repair a partially torn acl. The surgery was on his right knee which he sprained that. Just mentioned hyper-extended Oh sorry. I'm talking about kawhi now. Not jaanus haven't mentioned this yet. Kuweit hurt his knee in the previous series but it caused him to miss the entire western conference finals. The team said the surgery was successful but they didn't give a timetable for his return. Now why has a player option for the twenty one twenty two season. You can opt out. Oh he's can opt out whether or not he stays. He's opting out because he doesn't have his full bird rights which means he doesn't get the five supermax he only gets a four year hundred. Seventy six point two million dollar deal if it climbs the option and i suppose. He doesn't just need the clippers to give him that deal right. That's probably fueling speculation. That kawhi might leave the clippers because sometimes part of the incentive to stay. Is you get an extra year and more money per year. Both with supermax. If you can't get a supermax maybe you're more likely to leave. But why would leave. Kawhi leave the clippers. Why would cook. Why would he leave the clippers. The coke the calipers raj. Why would he leave the clippers. I don't think he would..

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"sunny" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"sunny" Discussed on Bit Storm

"Lets me build the lighter amah. So do you think as powdered like this. This journey so like the first the first like act is set in the city and then something happens at the end of the first act in which you kinda get. Humiliated kicked out into into the like. There's a big new not com sort of taking you down and that he may need to go out and sort of. Yeah right now a little bit more. I think maybe you will like the sort of natural. Maybe not the official later but like you. Whoever looked up to for the longest time in the whatever not police force organization is as everyone else's tended corruption. Maybe there's been this other guy. He's essentially being fighting foot respected leadership from everyone else and they've been pushing the rest of the knights into corruptions held at the end in. Yes you have become frontier Essentially get your ass kicked and and And they leave a disgrace. And then that. That's sort of the start of the start of your actual jenny as vigilante know whether it's the start they know whether you would sort of moonlighting is one beforehand and now you. Are you fulltime job. Because the era of the castle and the castle grande the first area and also the las area the economy. Into when you come back to it later on it's like overrun with like a spend much much of the middle of the game there. That's when you're out in the wider realm white again them of towns and stuff. Yeah yeah that's mainly to try and like you blacksmith. Guy his his little said this armor that this guy's got is only defeatable by you know getting getting this type of metal on you can only find that story town. Send you on a quest. That is the the goal of the game but to get there. You know you have to level up enough to be out of fight through the areas around it and and that's the of the story to to eventually have the technology need. How does the evil not have this tech. That i have the old. I've got some like evil. I'll go magical. Shit going though alchemists these sort of stuff that you know who is this show. And they like your blacksmiths nemesis ex husband. I'm i'm picturing that The blacksmith is female. But it's just a platonic relationship between the nine. Am and the blacksmith. No that's what. I actually liked that as an ex pot ex husband. He's the alchemist. They worked together actually to build these guys armagh but she can't build. She can't recreate it now. Because she doesn't have the resources that the atmos halves or his alchemy skills The outcome is basically stole her ways and yet he needs him to sushi's scratching the not to go and building up her skills again and she's essentially recreating some of the stuff but without from what she can recall of the alchemy. They did together along with her buttocks. Picturing that when you when you finally get back to the get back to the castle and everything you know totally fucked like oh yeah..

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"sunny" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"sunny" Discussed on Bit Storm

"There's nothing here. Calmed down government as you picking up. Groceries is like you heads up. Display is going groceries at one rate. I love the idea that the heads up displays always there. Oh it's built into their brain like they content it. Oh yeah yeah you can definitely play with some of that stuff around these these creatures essentially built for for war and combat. Now having to especially when you walk out and you know your your visor looks across looks across the road and actually picks out the silhouette drills drove the silhouette and then identifies as glamorgan. But then when you go back to at the logs. It's not they all going over with your psychiatrist. And they like no look. It's obviously a bog. Neha in your firmware. It's just it's saying there's a there's a shadow of a tree here and by you like that's not what that's not what it looked. Like like your. They've they've essentially modified your memories you memory log. And and then he goes. Just let me plug this into the. Us base loss yet in the backyard and doosan diagnostics. Just to make sure the phone with a working fine. I like that. Because then i love. You've got the heads up display it sorta starts flickering some weird she hit and for for a moment the psychiatrists like flashes. And you see them as a goggin and then flashes back. Yep that's cool. That is cool and then you know when she when she breaks loose than it turns into the the shooter with all the mechanics that you've had the chance to use it old how it's essentially just an extended tutorial prologues to teach you to take you all the controls of the rest of the game which is a cover sheet mowing the lawn and it's like press eighty to hide behind the hit those them go through joint click outlined employer self skull self skull. Selfs go yeah okay so with outlined employer on sort of saying it kind of like in the last game with where they had the in a heads up display. You applying a robot that you'll heads up display will automatically outline even talking to so that yourself way knows who's addressing you and will come up with like little bits of information as to who this person who yeah. I like that i like. I like that you're essentially i. You like one of the first of the first like sentient. Android essentially yeah. I like the idea that you'll like definitely one of the first with whether you are the. I like the fact that you may be the first generation. Yeah i think there is a second generation coming. Yeah i think. I think you out of the first generation. It's a very limited rana's almost just a prototype. Run but there are there are. There's maybe like fifty of you of that first generation and they got used in various culprit settings and research settings but now the next generation is coming in. And it's going to be a much wider release and they've worked at a lot of the bugs. Oh and and your end of maintenance period is coming up. They haven't continued like firmware updates. You've got one more firmware update and then you know that's not having any more offices. Okay so where are you working g..

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"sunny" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

EDMlivesets & Podcasts

54:36 min | 1 year ago

"sunny" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

"sunny" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"sunny" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"Despite feud tuna simple sakes such an a couple of clicks. Excellent always always enjoy. I know hell thrifty. You are and how you came on the the dollars that you spent. It's how you got to be so wealthy and And i think this is good example of just love picking up little tips. Well pick up the paint. Poten amac full edition in innate to order it pronto. So i think with that Not that we will have dispaced old group of animals in the pink. Pope deciding the bet small mammals. Mind topic the salt of you. Got news. You do we have this yes to jump to quick news threat and you can. Yes at the pretty quick quite mon its migratory fish in the murray. Darling bison here in australia Which the reason why. I picked this up mark. And you'll say in a sec why Because of be the physics in their an hawks back to an old on as a very few equations that our member from physics. I struggled a bit with physics at university. But it talks about the banal equation So it's basically the articles about fish that have been struggling to Well do what fish to Emma swimming Uphill up river Because of all the man might obstructions and dive they've estimated this more than ten thousand of as obstructions which are from dams to to we's ovation's they are off. Wei pay using knives rivers fa fa suck in the water at for agricultural cetera said the bisons fish stocks of reckon to be just a ten percent mark of what their prey european settlement levels. Were so some very smart. Scientists mac including Professor harris from the university of new south wales and of ecologist and engineers have developed what they call a fish. Y it's basically a tube mark with. I sucked the fish up a twitter. I sucked the fish shop. Siphon that's all it is. It's a siphon that a fish from a lower level to a higher level without harming them because a previous previous little message that i used were very expensive to build. Always sort of fish ladders. Mark you've saint sort of variations on some of these fish ladders to help fish to what fish want to do so they developed as little series of pipes by clay where the fish are protected by cushion of air with the pressure coming from the difference between the oppo buddy and the loa one With was developed as far. Back as the i didn't century by the swiss mathematician daniel bagnoli max guy but the benoliel equation and the two they developed on the prototypes at the moment. But including one that works for. Mehta's mac i'm and the beauty of it is that it. It's very shape..

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"sunny" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"sunny" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"Trend device just guess addition of declined to do so if they done include the as the most of the world uses yes On the back of the boat Sort of proudly proudly mentioned that. I've in chris sale the traffic cold nights of the contributors. So it's not just north american vets Who have written the chapters and proudly state in the united. We have we have also from other places around the world and yet i just have Original on si units For for some of the reference phase for some of the spaces which crazy they could at the bare minimum of at least head. Both you know you have the esau and then the non si units next to it. It's just think it's a major major either side and it must be fixed for the foot fist. Addition if they invited you to write a check to. I invite may after my blast of them. Now i don't think i'd ever have a chance of in chapter or any such thing in this book but yes so that lowered lowered lowered my score mark. Unfortunately that was glaring. Really just really grates on my when we say something that they're just crazy having said that i'll think i'll still good it. It is a book that everybody including myself were Very frequently and because of that it has to get a nine point six miles. I'm sorry what a nine or nine point five if If it had. I not my declare mistake. That's my review. The pig book fourth edition of ferrets rabbits and reidents clinical medicine and surgery. And i will post a link to that textbook on at website. Edgar's dot com brendan dewitt windy just as a quick saad one to that review way to you gently subscription exactly 'cause you on l. savior is obviously the primary vendor but the book is available from a number of bookstore. Sir i i just look over three or four sides. I look at the original publisher. Lock you mentioned tells elsevier whatever author kind of person that want purchase in that one from amazon australia because the process was about forty dollars shape of the fight border direct from the publisher among the head at the time just before christmas which stopped at christmas. I suppose twenty five percent discount for the for the season so it was just weird so i just do a bit of shopping basically. Just look at. I've sometimes search for. It's amazing sometimes even takes saw should give me by Some right it's an an and sometimes at sea facial publishes etc or distributors. That have apis store but yeah. I look amazon. Look on by a disjointed general. Google search and i just ended up picking the cheapest one and Affiliate amazon prime may. I'll get free expedited delivery as well. I'm here in history Yeah so but it was. It was fairly significant. Lici was teddy of forty dollars. A strain cheaper.

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"sunny" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"sunny" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"One seventy one friday of january two thousand and twenty one over the second episode twenty twenty one mac and i forgot i did sort of briefly mention it to him but i forgot to tell you the story about the christmas day. Malfunction be the fiasco. Well i suppose it was a fiasco alive so christmas morning. And we'll get him ready to get to his parents for the big lunch that i briefly spike bat last week and and he decided to pull at the remington will decided must've been on to collect the rimington rapid contour by my let 'em reviewed on a previous podcast as as she now. I purchased the remington. Hey clippers during the lockdown period and that sort of as or any o- one of the girls have been using to cut my limited amount of halo have left because like end up with what they call the chorale. Look especially on the side samac. I'm so i was ju- forbid of a trim so put at the remington rapid cut to the attachments and they got lots of different attachments. what level of cut you. What have nothing. It's universalism that you say. You want a number one number two or number three or whatever typically guy for the one point five thing a bit contrary. I found the one that some one point five equivalent cat which is on night three or four millimeters say so. I sat down in the bathroom. There any got the right the An one big swipe on the left side of my head and she typically than shies me the shows me the hair and she says look look at thick walls. You know with all the hair that collect to didn't the in the shy then she did another swipe and these to be short must have made. It was via fault. I forgot to put the attachment on it. Say shoes in the rabbit. Rabbit rapidly cut with zero as as a rapid side by reputation. Yes The crime dime so there was two swipes of one side of my head but it levels zero haircut about to head off to say the says the father in law and the mother in law and the side of the family cya was so. It's a few teas and not just by may And and chide sort of kind to the semi rescues aaron. She she She she she blended she planned it. I'm on the other side. And and the and the life side and it still pretty short but i came to terms with it after half now mark and the old story. The difference between a good haircut nevada his two weeks. So i think about two weeks so yes. I was a bit of strikes. Say if you can call a a bad distress For christmas die. But it didn't..

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"sunny" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

Two Moms Day Drinking

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"sunny" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

"I'm Stacey Krause and this is to day drinking. A. Sunny Kirby grew up in the same part of North Western Pennsylvania as I did around the same time as I was growing up. Though we were close in age and probably knew a lot of the same people we never met. Fast. Forward Twenty five years here we are sitting around my dining room table with wine slush. She's talking about some of the most profound wisdom we've gained over our years and years of experience. I go into most interviews with basic idea of what we're going to talk about part of interviewing is having that framework to fall back on if report is hard belt and that sort of happened here. Sunny and I started on home schooling and routinely circle back to something related to it. But what's really cool about this episode is that I didn't even have to try to develop report with sunny. It was just their MOMS. You need these kinds of conversations whatever your parenting style situation. The beauty of this interview is that I've never met sunny person a day in my life and we automatically understood one another and I had been enjoying parenting and homeschooling at life in general more since been talked. attack. This is all new to me. I've got lots of answers and then lots of there are no. Yeah. I'm finding that there are no answers to anything. But what's cool about that? What I love we started in Virtual Academy, which is like the school districts online option. The first three lessons for social studies for third grade were the stories of the Tower of Babel. Does story of Joseph and his many colored coat and the story of Mica said All Testament Bible stories, and it wasn't like. This is what caused the section.

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