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"two fifty two year" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Don't put it in there. Okay so also. I wanted to talk about one a for a long time. Just to a quick look at the two thousand nineteen anatomy prize which was awarded to roger set and boris been gudava for measuring scrotal temperature a symmetry in naked enclosed. Postmen in france postman this th. They stood they studied bus drivers to and then people who professions you don't even know. The original research was published in the journal. Human reproduction in two thousand seven. So humans are mammals bilaterally symmetrical anatomy. If you split us in half lengthwise you will mostly see the haves as mirror images of one another but we're not perfect examples of bilateral symmetry. You've got internal organs that are oriented off center. Maybe the heart is a little more to one side the livermore to the other and so forth And apparently this extends to some aspects of the human scrotum so the authors here begin by noting discrepancy in the anatomical literature is the human scrotum on average hotter on one side than the other Some previous reports said that it's equally hot on both sides while others reported that the left side of the scrotum is generally hotter than the right interesting. And of course this comes down to the fact that of course on one side is one task on the other side is the other testicle. And of course part of the whole design of the testicles has to do with the fact that there's a there's an importance of maintaining certain temperatures. Absolutely i mean. This is highly reproductively. Significant information temperature of the male reproductive organs plays a role in gammy production and thus infertility so in fact the major biological purpose of the scrotum as you alluded to seems to be thermo regulation to move the testicles near or away from the body to help keep them as close to optimal temperature as possible. Yeah this is. Why sometimes if if fertility doctors may ask okay are you. Are you going to a hot tub all the time. Do you have a really hot laptop sitting on your lap a lot you these sorts of questions because they are susceptible to outside temperatures exactly so the author here wanted to get new data to help clear up these discrepant reports and so their methods were quote retrospective analyses of scrotal temperatures in men age. Twenty two fifty two years measured every two minutes with probes connected to a data collector in three experiments so three different experiments they tested this out both naked and clothed in a number of different body positions. They also tested it on yes. Postal workers working in a standing position for ninety minutes at a time and they also tested out on bus drivers who were working in a sitting position for ninety minutes at a time and they found that especially in the clothes state left. Scrotal temperature was higher significantly. Higher than right scrotal temperature now is this. They offered a number of possible explanations. Including differences in blood flow and cutaneous heat receptors Bilateral differences in testicular volume so flake. One testicle is bigger than the other than might also affect temperature but then finally One thing they pointed out as a possible explanation is the resting position of the penis. Which really seems to naturally go more one to one side than the other and they signed a study from nineteen ninety-seven by bogert at all that founded. The penis is naturally position to the left in about eighty nine percent of cases. Interesting so really. It was an inside job the whole time. It seems very likely to be. This does really interesting to them and is looking at clothed human and the naked human. Especially because you really have to think at times like how how to what extent is clothing keno change the definition of the biological human experience..

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Was talented poet, but he was also allegedly a killer. Three years earlier in nineteen eighty two Benjamin was arrested for murdering a pretorious security officer named Filipa Saliba. It wasn't just a random killing in fact, celebres death was a political act planned by the African National Congress a group dedicated to fighting for black South Africans rights both Benjamin and Selecta were black but they were on two sides of a massive sociopolitical political divide to understand the situation me found himself in we must I consider the fraud struggle for civil rights in South Africa South Africa Games sovereignty from the British in nineteen ten. But a minority of white South Africans were dead set on keeping colonial racism alive. The nineteen thirteen land act made it illegal for black South Africans to be sharecroppers and divided residents of the country into racially segregated zones. The country's structural and systemic racism solidified in nineteen, forty eight with the election of the offering Connor National Party. Their Credo was apartheid, which is offering cons for the term apartments. Now, we're familiar with unjust segregation laws in the US and across the world but apartheid era systemic racism was truly vicious. South Africans were split into four categories black white, Asian, and coloured. The color distinction was applied to those who are mixed race and eventually interracial marriage was banned altogether eighty percent of South African land was reserved for the white minority while people of color were forced to carry legal passes if they entered white territory black South Africans were also effectively banned from participating in local government so they had to rely on their own political party to fight back. The African. National Congress was founded in nineteen twelve to lobby for the interests of non white. South. Africans. But the group took a revolutionary bent in the nineteen fifties and sixties by then the white government was actively slaughtering black protesters and ANC members like Nelson Mandela, knew they had to double down on their efforts in nineteen fifty five, they declared South Africa belongs to all who live in it black or white. Nineteen, fifty five was also the year that Benjamin me she was born in the minority township of Alexandra not much is known about Benjamin's childhood or his adult life other than his job as an upholster and his predilection for writing poetry. Like many others of his generation, he was outraged by the white government's cruelty and joined the ANC to fight against them by the early nineteen eighties. The ANC conducted regular guerilla attacks on local police stations. In November nineteen eighty, two, fifty, two year, old police officer Filipa celebre testified against three ANC members for their role in a series of police station attacks. The men were sentenced to death and the ANC knew they had to retaliate against SELECTA. Late One night celebre was ambushed outside his Pretoria home and murdered with an automatic weapon. Benjamin me was arrested for the murder though it's not fully clear why he was suspected other than the fact that he may have been in the area at the time of the crime and was known to support the ANC. Benjamin was placed in solitary confinement for months. During that time, he confessed to killing celebre, but he later recanted saying he'd felt pressured to confess since he had no access to legal counsel during confinement his lawyer later argued that his admission was made under duress the African. National. Congress also vouched for Benjamin's innocence they admitted to ordering celebres murder, but they insisted that it was carried out by someone else however, they did not offer an alternative suspect for authorities to investigate. According to his defenders Benjamin was not a killer, but he wasn't completely innocent either he admitted that he'd helped plan celebres death, but only because he was coerced into doing. So despite the defense's efforts Benjamin was found guilty of murder in September of nineteen eighty three, he was sentenced to death and his family knew that if they wanted to fight the sentence, they would have to look for help outside of South Africa. Next will learn about the international fight for Benjamin Malawi. Says Life. Listeners who doesn't love a good ghost story rattling chains mysteriously moving objects unfinished business I am ready for all things spooky and so is podcast network starting October. First, we're bringing you the scariest most hair raising ghost stories ever imagined every Thursday on the new original series, haunted places, ghost stories, Alistair Murdoch Summons, a new spine, tingling tale of rates, phantoms, and chilling apparitions. 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"two fifty two year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Ninety nine and you have yet you know obviously we had a season with old no hockey role was so bad that but you don't even want it in the in describing years in baseball even the year where they they there was no World Series they still played over a hundred games in the sports season eighty one they played over a hundred games a hundred ten what I don't know what the exact about five whatever was they played over a hundred ten games that's still a pretty representative season fifty games in a baseball season really what is that I mean you get off any kind of a bad thought you shot they're now they're talking about not extending the playoffs which I don't want to see happen I said I mean I wouldn't mind it this year if you want to go eight playoff teams this year in baseball if it if it if it comes off E. R. eight each week this year at all bets are off this year but I don't want to see eight teams in each would make the playoffs over a hundred sixty two game season you know if and when we have to get back to one hundred sixty two game season knows what all the all the labor would all the animosity between the owners and players in baseball and knowing that the collective bargaining agreement is off at the end of next year where is this all going we're going and and I've been saying all along that the owners all right I think there's a large amount on it I don't know if we've heard different reports of different guys this certainly is a certainly a fax you know how many there are a faction of Major League Baseball owners that don't want to play I think there's no doubt about it they don't want to play they're losing less money if they don't play so call me crazy call me just eight negative personally because I'm not really bad about my sport teams I all but I am but generally I'm really not but you know call me skeptical because I am very skeptical about what's going on here it sports team sports in twenty twenty will we really see it as the days go by and there's still nobody plane has those days go by more and more the why I wonder if we're actually going to see a really crazy time crazy time in a world of unprecedented time without a doubt one eighty it yeah most insane years maybe the most insane year I've ever seen in my life I thought nineteen sixty eight was pretty insane you know all those years ago forty two you whatever it is was at forty fifty three forty two fifty two years ago you know I was a crazy year election year all the different things that happen you know Martin Luther king being assassinated Bobby Kennedy Bobby Kennedy being assassinated you know the rights they had at the democratic convention in Chicago you know just all the different things that went down it was it was a crazy year there's no question about that you know with the Johnson decided not to run for president for it all the time there's all the different things that went down to sixty eight and and the mood of the country with Vietnam you is the only year I can compare this year to but this is worse only exports in ninety six it's jets actor would Superbowl champions ninety sixty area won a Superbowl six United they were champions in the sixty eighth season think about that.

"two fifty two year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Already we are back Richard near we're here till ten o'clock to eleven Roberts time Connor green is at the controls and let's talk to Mike in east Rockaway around the fan Michael a good morning rich Hey Michael what's up always good speaking to generate L. I'm up I'm up in lake George the last couple weeks interesting call is rich and interesting conversation with for the day tomorrow you even a customer and what a dad stores in Garden City we spoke your grand union supermarkets yeah yeah definitely I was your father's yeah and he was a manager to district manager he passed four years ago rich and he would be ninety two fifty two years with the supermarket when golf outings when and I had a grand old time and every day I miss them four years ago like a call from Massapequa build this morning you know deep deep but a motional are stories I have two kids rich my daughter's thirty Barry teachers and my son is twenty five now when he was born at Winthrop I wish that the bar across from the train station and what plays on the jukebox cat in the cradle to cradle while I talk about daytime meaning coincidence about that now you know it's it's interesting that Firmino fathers of the the greatest generation now the World War two generation that oppression and all of that you know the the idea was never let em see you sweat and you know Keith Hernandez talks about his dad and how tough he was on him and I think part of it you know there's a fine line between being too tough and ruining such a kid you know making him just feel he'll he'll never measure up and never adequate to and pushing him to be better than he thought he could be you know always trying to to make her father proud you know I talked about this in the beginning of the show the added to that you know yeah I agree not that I have to be bigger than my dad to surpass him in terms of success but I want to make him proud of me and that's why that that that movie blinded by the light you know was so cold to me and you know the Springsteen to the point where Springsteen allowed them to use all his songs and even some songs that weren't hadn't been released at that point because you know it was very important to Bruce to break free from his father who is really a mean spirited tough guy here Bruce loved him wanted to to to make him proud and and Bruce talks about in his book and on a stage show that he never felt that until he had his son and his father just popped in on Amman an ounce when he was living in California and just you know said you know the words to the effect of be a better father to him that I was to you and then Bruce's son as a firefighter and has turned out pretty well mall reports it's good event battle on your on the fan van good morning Richard so my kids are in their mid thirty my music my kids are in their mid thirties and they think that the sixties and seventies was the best year of music they love at all I am now in my mid Sisk sixties and I love that music but but I've got I've I've reduce myself to even a lower level I love I now I love Broadway show tunes and I listen to them all the time Rodgers and Hammerstein and all that kind of stuff I know but where were the best the best the best I mean I don't I I was I was thinking the other night I I had bought years ago a a DVD collection of all the great Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific carousel you know Oklahoma all of that and and I've decided that if if baseball doesn't come back if I don't have sports I'm going to plop myself down and just have a merit Rodgers and Hammerstein movies and maybe I'll throw music man in there although that needs some editing but yeah great stuff no report and the sound of music of course this music and and even though not Rodgers and Hammerstein another one of my favorites which I'll play in the fourth of July is seventeen seventy six yeah that was that was there is a couple of great tunes on there it's not a group wasn't a great player but I did see it but yes I love sit down John and all that kind of stuff yeah it's hot as hell in Philadelphia yeah yeah yeah the other day the other crooner that I want to mentions who he had such a bizarre drunk persona later on what was a great crew was detained Arden I know if I ate and then I was talking about dad I just want to mention one thing about my dad my dad lost his eyesight when he was very young and one thing that we could share was listening to the next on the radio in the sixties and seventies with Mars and it was a really fantastic experience so I I have such a warm spot for the Nixon for Marvin my heart even though I'm still so that the next in the last twenty years and everything else in spite of that because of that emotional attachment I'll always be a big fan of matter what and it's it's because of my dad and the whole situation so I just heard that it's so you know you're gonna be so ambivalent about it because Marv to me was the next I've told the story on their number of times where I got a traffic ticket I was driving home from work and I was on the George Washington bridge and Marvel is doing the next game and Dave but it come into the game and spur them on they were down like twenty and it came back and they won the game and Marv is building you know in in his style is he's on and on and and I'm driving over the GW bridge where the speed limit at the time was I guess forty five about like sixty five I don't even realize that I was so pumped up and.

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on Business Wars

"Near there's a safe way you can listen to business wars without the ADS. Well it's not so secret. Actually people who subscribe to wonder plus know all about it. It's Ad Free podcast. Odd cast listening. Not just a business wars you get access to tons of other AD free wonderfully originals. Check it out at one rebe. FM Slash Business Wars plus and upgrade. Your listening experience. reince today it is May twenty-eighth Nineteen seventy-two fifty two year old lily. Gray officer thirteen year. Old Neighbor arrived as she heads out on a southern California highway to meet her husband and Bar Sto. She's been having a few problems with her little six month. Old Ford Pinto. Oh but it seems fine right now after a stop for gas in San Bernardino Gray settles into a sixty mile per hour cruise on the freeway. She sees congestion ahead slows down than changes lanes to avoid the traffic. Some her pinto stalls out. She's powerless to do anything. And just let the car coast to a stop. She's stuck on the busy highway. The car behind her manages edges to swerve out of the way but in nineteen sixty two full size Ford Galaxie is barreling straight for the driver of the Galaxy Galaxy slams on the breaks slowing to somewhere between twenty eight thirty seven miles per hour when it slams into the rear of the Pinto. The Pinto's flimsy flimsy bumper crumples and the Pinto explodes in flames. Engulfing the interior of the car gray dies on the fire. The boy is burned over most of his body he is permanently disfigured. Ralph Nader's grim. Prediction has come to pass an investigation reveals that the design of the Pinto the placement of the gas tank and the lack of reinforcement around. It made this car vulnerable to exactly this kind of accident. Worse court testimony shows that Ford knew about the facts but opted not ought to pay the fifteen dollars and thirty cents per car that it would have cost to make the car safer instead. Ford calculated that it would be cheaper rid of payout lawsuits. Then correct the problems. The boy who survived and his family Basou and there were awarded three and a half a half million dollars in damages and there are other claims about Ford Pinto bursting into flames after rear end collisions. Lots of them. At the urging of federal regulators Ford Recalls Pinto's it becomes the largest auto recall ever at the time in fact there are more to come in nineteen seventy seven. The big three automakers will recall more cars than they sell ten point. Four million in passenger cars of various models in years. Carmakers aren't just battling each other and the foreign competition now. They're grappling with the guts of their own creations. He will become an existential question. How do they hold onto once flag-waving buyers who have now become wary? The two biggest car brands in America board and Chevrolet face a cold truth. The road ahead is dangerous. Indeed from wondering I'm David Brown and and this is business wars.

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"First one I got to tell you the tax that went back and forth between this couple tens of thousands of messages in an eighteen month relationship and I'm talking about in young you who is being tried for manslaughter because prosecutors are saying that the women's task text rather drove her boyfriend to suicide she pled not guilty to involuntary manslaughter but a few hours before her boyfriend was going to graduate from Boston College on may twentieth that was it he didn't respond to texts anymore and he sent him some more and then got desperate she swore an unplugged with him typed in caps no reply no reply Traxxas locations tall building structure in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood she was there when he leaped to his death from the top floor and shouldn't do anything to stop them what is going on in the world when somebody does that and there's so many young people so much pressure and these suicide to me seems out of control and we've had many conversations with psychologist about that what what they've investigated and found is that there was proof of all of these psychological verbal physical abuse is what they're calling it from the young woman to the the boyfriend so will it will they be able to prove that the amount of text messages seventy five thousand forty seven thousand of them came from you and they were mostly abusive a mostly abusive wow I mean just terrible and a lot of these these tax have been released in one of the test it with text rather she told her of her boyfriend die in hell and threatened to take her own life if he didn't take his wow wow wow wow wow so can you can you write fully blame somebody suicide are on the other person for that are there trying to prove it and we've seen this happen before once and it and the person was convicted so there is sort of a little precedent I guess if you will over that but it's very sad sad story depressing to see her coming out of the courthouse and and just thinking of the young life that was man just snuffed out about this this must be the best day of this guy's life arrested as teen not just one but three men were exonerated after thirty six years behind bars for wrongful murder conviction so there is a lot of celebrating going on here's what happened one afternoon November nineteen eighty three to which docket fourteen was shot and killed for his Georgetown University jacket the attack was incredibly shocking it was the first killing a Baltimore city school there's a lot of pressure to solve this one police arrested three teenagers who were eventually convicted of murder sentenced to life on Monday thirty six years after they were thrown in jail they were declared innocent here's what was said in the courthouse by the Baltimore circuit court judge Charles Peters on behalf of the criminal justice system I'm sure this means very little to you I'm going to apologize were turned and then the court room wrapped it in applause and people were hugging and crying think of the the ages of the defendants there was one guy Alford chestnut fifty two fifty two years old and he just kept trying and persevering in frying in didn't give up and then sure enough they were exonerated they didn't think they were ever gonna see the outside world and then they had evidence and they you know but they found that incriminated the man who is actually the shooter so back I was free this whole time and they were serving the time for it wow and then finally of course had help from somebody who believed and and so that partially led to what happened there wolf that would have to be the worst feeling ever it's like when you're blind sided and somebody get cues you something but this is ten times worse because now you're behind bars for move Boyle boy living until your in your nineties there's a guy named John Simon who was a big time theater and film critic who is known for what they called the vicious pen dead at ninety four in Valhalla New York a brain aneurysm apparently he wrote for Bloomberg news esquire New York Times National Review and they say or he said his name was to elevate the art of criticism as well as art itself we're how far he strayed from consensus he effect playwrights filmmakers and his own friends in the business nobody was buying him a male but he did praise a few people it wasn't like everybody does god nails I like some of what I read about him I I just briefly remember knowing who he was and he wrote in a twenty eleven blog post is there any reason why Rodgers and Hart shouldn't be able to stand up to Gilbert all of them so he definitely like I said had his detractors but it but here's the thing he did say what he thought he what he thought was real right so if he Pam things we banned them because he didn't like them it's kind of like you think of when you see those Brewster commercials about people in the restaurant business and they're afraid of the critic that comes in because they know one little false step and they know they're known to be nasty and what could a bad review do and he definitely he definitely had some muscle especially in the theater areas so they didn't really want a bad review but they want to get too close to where I am either I guess this is the way to put that right how about this the D. H. S. is weighing online applications for real IDE because we've got this twenty twenty deadline that is looming and it if you haven't been to an airport one of the things that they really push is that they're requesting the department of homeland security's requesting proposals for ideas that could allow states to accept online applications released federally mandated rely de and it's a change that would potentially and the requirement for an in person visit which critics say is ridiculous in altitude because you now that's it this October twenty twenty and you got to have this site I. D. starting October first every US air traveler is required to present a real IDE compliant license or another acceptable form of identification like a passport to get on even a domestic flight so make sure you got to rely de sac your license my license was compliance so I didn't have to worry about it but it would be just like me to be one of those people I would be on the line and not realize I wasnt compliant and I'm not carrying around a passport so I wouldn't have I would have thought of it until unless I had seen it but I've seen it so many times and immediately somebody told me you don't have to worry because you have one that's compliant it has like this little gold star over to the right hand corner then you know that you've got it a lot of people in Virginia and Texas in Maryland they probably have those because you know proof of residency utility bill bank statement all that stuff if you have to go get one then then go get one or wait I'll have to do it in person I guess unless you get too close to the deadline and he thinks of that right don't think of its over the last second then you see a pop up somewhere in your face and you're scrambling to try to make something happen instead of port passport you have to jump through a few hoops and of a passport the last minute to to to have one within seven days or eight days is a crazy crazy crazy amounts of out of money yes the forget about that all right Sir here is one last number to tell you about if you thought you were going to nail the scores think again you did not.

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"This is all about the numbers like that did not take the lady thanks for hanging with us these are nasty numbers this first one I got to tell you the tax that went back and forth between this couple tens of thousands of messages in an eighteen month relationship and I'm talkin about in young you who is being tried for manslaughter because prosecutors are saying that the women's task text rather drove her boyfriend to suicide she pled not guilty to involuntary manslaughter but a few hours before her boyfriend was going to graduate from Boston College on may twentieth is that was it he didn't respond to text anymore and she sent him some more and then got desperate she swore at him plugged with him typed in caps no reply no reply tractors locations tall building structure in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood she was there when he leaped to his death from the top floor and shouldn't do anything to stop them what is going on in the world when somebody does that and there's so many young people so much pressure and these suicide to me seems out of control and we've had many conversations with psychologist about that what what they've investigated and found is that there was proof of all of these psychological verbal physical abuse is what they're calling it from the young woman to the the boyfriend so will it will they be able to prove that the amount of text messages seventy five thousand forty seven thousand of them came from you and they were mostly abusive a mostly abusive wow I mean just terrible and a lot of these these texts have been released in one of the test it with text rather she told her up her boyfriend die in hell and threatened to take her own life if he didn't take his wow wow wow wow wow so can you can you write fully blame somebody suicide are on the other person for that are there trying to prove it and we've seen this happen before once and it and the person was convicted so there is sort of a little precedent I guess if you will over that but it's very sad sad story depressing to see her coming out of the courthouse and and just thinking of the young life that was man just snuffed out about this this must be the best day of this guy's life arrested as teens not just one but three men were exonerated after thirty six years behind bars for wrongful murder conviction so there is a lot of celebrating going on here's what happened one afternoon November nineteen eighty three to which docket fourteen was shot and killed for his Georgetown University jacket the attack was incredibly shocking it was the first killing a Baltimore city school there's a lot of pressure to solve this one police arrested three teenagers who were eventually convicted of murder sentenced to life on Monday thirty six years after they were thrown in jail they were declared innocent here's what was said in the courthouse by the Baltimore circuit court judge Charles Peters on behalf of the criminal justice system I'm sure this means very little to you I'm going to apologize were germs and in the court room wrapped in applause and people were hugging and crying think of the the ages of the defendants there was one guy Alford chestnuts fifty two fifty two years old and he just kept trying and persevering in trying and didn't give up and then sure enough they were exonerated they didn't think they were ever gonna see the outside world and then they had evidence and they you know but they found that incriminated the man who is actually the shooter so back I was free this whole time and they were serving the time for it wow and then finally of course had help from somebody who believes in and so that partially led to what happened there that would have to be the worst feeling ever it's like when you're blind sided and somebody get cues you something but this is ten times worse because now you're behind bars for wolf boy boy living until your in your nineties there's a guy named John Simon who was a big time theater and film critic who is known for what they called the vicious pen dead at ninety four in Valhalla New York a brain aneurysm apparently he wrote for Bloomberg news esquire New York Times National Review and they say or he said his name was to elevate the art of criticism as well as art itself we're how far he strayed from consensus he had fed playwrights filmmakers and his own friends in the business nobody was buying him a male but he did praise a few people it wasn't like everybody just cut nails I like some of what I read about him I I just briefly remember knowing who he was and he wrote in a twenty eleven blog post is there any reason why Rodgers and Hart shouldn't be able to stand up to Gilbert and Sullivan so he definitely like I said had his detractors but it but here's the thing he did say what he thought he what he thought was real right so if he Pam things he banned them because he he didn't like them he it's kind of like you think of when you see those Sir commercials about people in the restaurant business and they're afraid of the critic that comes in because they know one little fall step and they know they're known to be nasty and what could the bad review do and he definitely he definitely had some muscle especially in the theatre area so they didn't really want a bad review but they do want to get too close to em um either I guess is the is the way to put that right how about this the D. H. S. is weighing online applications for real IDE because we've got this twenty twenty deadline that is looming and that if you haven't been to an airport one of the things are they really pushed is that they're requesting the department of homeland security's requesting proposals for ideas that could allow states to accept online applications for this federally mandated rely de and it's a change that would potentially and the requirement for an in person visit which critics say is ridiculous an outdated because you now that's it this October twenty twenty and you got to have the site I. D. starting October first every U. S. air traveler is required to present a real IDE compliant license or another acceptable form of identification like a passport to get on even a domestic flight so make sure you got to rely de sac your license my license was compliance so I didn't have to worry about it but it would be just like me to be one of those people I would be in the line and not realize I wasnt compliant and I'm not carrying around a passport so I wouldn't have I would have thought of it until unless I had seen it a but I'd seen it so many times and immediately somebody told me you don't have to worry because you have one that's compliant it has like this little gold star over to the right hand corner then you know that you've got it a lot of people in Virginia and Texas in Maryland they probably have those because you know proof of residency utility bill bank statement all that stuff if you have to go get one then then go get one or wait I'll have to do it in person I guess unless you get too close to the deadline and he thinks of that right we don't think of its over the last second then you see a pop up somewhere in your face and you're scrambling to try to make something happen and to get a port passport you have to jump through a few hoops and of a passport the last minute to to to have one within seven days or eight days is a crazy crazy crazy amounts of amount of money yes the forget about that all right Sir here is one last number to tell you about if you thought you were going to nail the score think again you did not now the.

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Time. Just a quick look at the two thousand Nineteen Anatomy Prize which was awarded to Roger Immu set and Boris Been Gupta for measuring scrotal temperature. A symmetry in naked in clothes postman in France. postmen this the study bus drivers to and then people who professions you don't even know The original research was published in the journal Human Reproduction in two thousand seven. So humans are mammals showing bilaterally symmetrical metrical anatomy. If you split us in half lengthwise you will mostly see the have says mirror images of one another but we're not perfect examples of bilateral asymmetry. You've got internal organs that are oriented off center. Maybe the heart is a little more to one side the livermore to the other and so forth and apparently this extends to some mm-hmm aspects of the human scrotum so the authors here begin by noting a discrepancy in the anatomical literature is the human scrotum on average hotter water on one side than the other some previous reports said that it's equally hot on both sides while others reported that the left side of the scrotum is generally hotter than the right interesting. Of course this comes down to the fact that of course on one side is one task on the other side is the other testicle. And of course part of the whole design nine of of the testicles has to do with the fact that there's a there's an importance of maintaining certain temperatures absolutely. I mean this is highly reproductively significant information temperature pitcher of the male reproductive organs plays a role in Gimme production and thus infertility so in fact the major biological purpose of the scrotum as you alluded to seems to be thermo regulation to move the testicles near or away from the body to help keep them as close to optimal temperature as possible. Yeah this is why sometimes sometimes if fertility doctors may ask okay are you. Are you going to a hot tub all the time. Do you have a really hot laptop setting on your lap. A Lot. A lot of these sorts of questions because You know they are susceptible to outside temperatures exactly so the authors here wanted to get new data to help clear up these discrepant reports and so their methods were quote retrospective analyses of scrotal temperatures. In men age twenty two fifty two years measured every two minutes with probes connected to a data collector in three experiments so three different experiments they tested this out both naked and clothed in a number of different body auty positions they also tested it on. Yes postal workers who were working in a standing position for ninety minutes at.

"two fifty two year" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Traffic on demand get the traffic Chicago at the proved by the mortgage experts of team Heiberg just search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago Vandervell WGN traffic central and the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center today partly sunny hot and unseasonably humid still a chance of some scattered showers and thunderstorms out there with a high of ninety and the heat index reaching ninety eight tonight warm and muggy scattered thunderstorms a low of seventy one and tomorrow mix of clouds and sun a thunderstorm or two throughout the day more humidity with a high of ninety nine eighty eight that is eighty eight currently is eighty three at here eighty three at middle eighty three in Schaumburg in eighty three on Chicago's lakefront I am a Jan de salvo in the WGN radio newsroom and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. thank you John a bill left twenty Snyder pretty excited about what's going on Friday we get to be the M. sees the master and mistress of ceremonies yeah I'll be the master. find you get first pick up here all right and we have a couple of award winners they will be honored at the walk of fame ceremony there are four inductees this year so roughly half of them are in studio with it yeah we have man who hosted the show for sixty years I mean that's a goal of mine ten Penn teller Sam Weinstein Andrea Darla's believe was on the Steve Cochran show yesterday and then that leaves us with two suspects. John Williams on like reserve residue. but let. Williams. and Marlene wells who has been here over fifty if over fifty two years fifty two fifty two years Wendy I can't even believe that and you're still nice to us what was the occasion where you guys interviewed her last year about the people that have come through the studios was that we left the Tribune tower for some reason.

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on Double Toasted

"There's like it's, it's just a mass with no purpose said, was just crazy to find out that it doesn't pancreatic cancers undetected until it's in the fourth or fifth stage. I've been keeping it to myself. But I'm getting ready to tell Scarface Willie d in I've only to- close family members but that's about it. But I figure keeping it to myself is not really helping nobody. And it's not like I'm afraid of dying because if anyone knows anything about me from episode clear, you know, I died and came back ready in June nineteenth nineteen ninety one. So I know what it's like on the other side. So that's not what really it's about. It's about life and loving life and being there for family and not just starting dream or getting married or getting your first house in finding out, you got pancreatic cancer. You can't even live out the rest of your dream. You know, I just want people to be aware that we when they set dreams and goals that healthy enough to fulfill. Live. And the reason why I'm doing three albums right now. Because I noticed when most elevensies has, they really don't have nothing set up for their children and everything's in disarray. So I figured, oh musical sell. Yes. But if I have new music for them, and I have a book and I have a documentary have any other endeavors that I get into now. At least they'll have residual income from those things gun man. Yeah. Smart guy. I mean. What you will about his songs as music has lifestyle whatever. But I mean that's, that's awareness, right there that a lot of people don't have into the last minute, if two fifty two years old, and I guess because he had a new death experience. That's why he was able to kind of be fully aware what he needed to do. Not completely freaked out. Yeah, yeah. So I they say he's fighting for his life right now. Looked at that on again on the teams he page which I'll be very terrified teams. He was reporting this because they will kill somebody gets towards sure. And pancake payment, pancreatic cancer is one of the worst you can get. Yeah. Survival rate is so low they say and it's funny man. I've typed in Bushwick, Bill and got the store in still advertising, concerts. Bush be would be rated. That's, that's not part of the story. It's that's an advertisement for children Supposed to to be be at. at. But yeah, man. This is from eight thirty five bills publicist tells teams each still alive and fighting cancer in a hospital. She says she spoke to the hospital staff to confirm and says, some bills family members are by his hospital, bedside right now. Others are on their way. As for so many bills friends, including Scarface, a posting that he's passed the, the public says that someone got incorrect information, which is spreading like wildfire which is what I got earlier. Yeah. So yeah, so. So yeah, man, it's. It's a terrible thing you hear about somebody having and you've been pretty much in the in the public they, they could potentially be dying in front of you. What it's also really nice you can pass on not only good advice. But just the calmness that he's approaching death with healing. I'm not afraid of I've been there. Yeah. So I hope the best for everybody. I just hope he's not suffering too much, and it's kinda cool being able to see these guys many times they have because I really liked this, this group. I what I was coming up a lot of stuff, and, and I really I love the, the solo career that they all had, you know, you know, the members of Bushwick Bill Scarface Willie d..

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I decided today to start from the beginning, I've been raid on radio and people have been following me for more than fifty fifty years, maybe two fifty two years and they've grown with me. Millions of people not just. Are brought them to the meaning of life. Not just being not to think BA cafet-. Do not think that this your born and you have a wariness and you have awareness, more sophisticated than a monkey. There's going to be a purpose beyond death because you see everybody dies. And perhaps that could be changed because Jesus didn't die. He fell us. What, what you saw it. Did he allow themselves to be killed? He allowed himself to be murdered. And then put an cave and three days later. He was normal, and even he's underwear excuse expression. It was this magic here. He's made it points. And if you Christian and if you're not a Christian, you caught in others, meaning full, you existence is not just to live and die like an animal this purpose to struggle this purpose for stumbling. This is a purpose for anger. There's a purpose disease, look around look around and see, listen, I came to America. People, but different misnomer, this little kids didn't get moded. From now from this point, almost, I just wanna say quickly, seven thousand children have been murdered kilt. Bullets. It was it began. It was worse and worse. And if you look your sickness is getting worse and worse and worse and worse topples getting worse than was the was the more you struggled was it comes. So let me introduce myself in a very simple way. Now I'm gonna give you at beginning. And I want you to take notice piece. I'm going to bring you to the first thing you must understand. And that's what I just said. There's must be a meaning the must be purpose. How do I find it? Where do I begin? So this is the program that may go on like that. So that the begin the begin is, you know what I mean. I'm going to talk to about one simple thing. Do you believe it's possible to live forever? Do you believe that you have a self? But can you see the self inside itself? Which destroys you?.

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time twelve oh two. Fifty two year old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted first degree assault on a police officer and reckless driving. Police say Jeffrey Huntley, confronted a state patrol trooper Friday afternoon near sixth and SIMS in Lakewood, apparently intentionally ramming the trooper's cruiser with his pickup truck. Police say Huntley threatened the officer who then tased him both were taken to the hospital. The troopers been released it's unclear what Humphries injuries are Colorado Senator Michael Bennet, delivering a passionate speech this week over the government, shutdown Bennett deriding, Texas, Republican Ted Cruz over some first responders going without pay during the shutdown these crocodile tears from Texas is crying for first responders are too hard for me to take their too hard for me to take. Because when the Senator from Texas shut this government down in two thousand thirteen might say was spotted. It was underwater. People were killed Bennett says he's considering a run for the White House. Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper may also still have his sights set on the White House in twenty twenty Hickenlooper visiting the early primary state of Iowa this weekend. It's a Colorado tradition. Dating back seventy four years the grand champion steer on display at the Brown palace cutter. Bland telling our partners at CBS four what it took to get Jay already began the summer. We went bodyman up in Wisconsin. Brought him down to Texas where we worked with him all year long to get into this point to when champion tomorrow's the last day of the stock show. College hoops, see you at Stanford today..

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Gary I sort of dropped it yesterday. But. Sam did a pretty good Photoshop job. I think that I will post a picture of the go-to. Okay. Good. Let's see it. I think that I'll do that. I would never ever post the first one. And I can I say. I never I have no idea where you would have even gotten that. Which is kind of weird. But I'll go and posted on the Instagram. You want to see that? I think that actually saved it yesterday. If you wanna see that goatee picture, I grew a beard during the the the off time and carry it was almost all white. Well, you are an old man. So. Wow. Wow. So there you go face checking. So I grow a beard, and I didn't like it. So I shaved around and I not and it's still predominantly white. I mean, I don't know what happened. I'm just I'm twenty six years old. So I think I think I will post it on the Instagram. I think I'll do that. Not right. This second. I will before the top of the hour. So if you want to see the goatee picture make a decision about whether you like to see me all babyfaced like this picture, you can do that. And yes, we photo shopped on a shirt, I'm serious. And it looks the same. It's awesome. Very. My other job. So. Gophers. So that's excellent. So yeah, I'll post for the top of the hour on Instagram. It's Instagram dot com slash Joe talk show, J O E T A L K S H, O W and was gonna go Instagram. Why can you put it on Facebook and Twitter? You don't have to be a member of Instagram to go to Instagram dot com slash Joe talk show. I think. Also, you'll see the. Although put to that. I actually got this message today. Well, I got a message five minutes ago from the guy who said Kerry's such as we'd heart and you can't roll me. Thank you. Your brother call in her right me. My brother, sir. So we have that. But last that I'm just floating around. And again, I told people I'll go on Facebook later, and I'll check so these messages from garland, remember his name. He says I looked at your picture. And now what I expected saying that your out all the time. So let me let me just throw this out there. Why are you sending me that message? What did you accomplish? Message is being hanging. Of course. What do you think about? What was my response? Something kissing your bud or I did not I did not go straight to the kiss the buyer. What I said was what are you talking about? What did you expect? I mean, I thought that you'd be more muscular you'd be in better shape. And like, look, I I I don't believe that I'm in the greatest shape, but you know, I work hard and trying to stay. Yes. So my next response still wasn't kiss. My bought my next response was I don't know if you thought it look like Schwarzenegger, but here's my Instagram go, so those videos and pictures, and if you still have an issue keep it to yourself. I'm not doing it for you. And I've never sat them in the best shape of anybody ever. But I can tell you for fifty two fifty two year olds. Look like, Anita. Jim let me just put it there. Right. And the only picture that he could have seen on my Facebook page. Anytime recently is like my my profile picture was used my head had also. Goes along. I know he goes toward what I've been talking about. Somebody actually wrote me this. I think they might be right in and. And maybe even have a call on it. I think has social media caused this. We'd never walk onto me and say, you're not the kind of shape. I thought you'd be he'd never say that to me, but they computer screen, and they feel like they can tell you whatever they want. I get that too. It was like why I don't understand the, hey, right? So don't like my page. Don't listen. But why are you by the way? Me this crap. Once I answered the guy. He writes about oh, it's so cool that you actually respond to your listeners love the show. No, no, no. No. No. No. No, just no don't even know what? I mean. I know I know I don't I don't know what the expectation was. But I I could never see me calling her writing to somebody who's on television or radio and saying, I think you're you're no good. Because this. Shut it off. If I'm if I'm not muscular enough for you shut me off come on. Really? Let's see. Mike, Mike, right? It's edit eight nine four one pags joepags. Joining us. Why why is there such a loud faction in the latest generation or seconded latest generation, whatever? I mean, I'm a I'm generation X. These are the millennials on. I'm talking about. Is there a Y y after me, and then I guess the Nelson generation x there's a millennials right? I am not a baby, boomer. I was born after the baby boom people think that will not. Is it social media? And we're talking about the fact that so many have no respect for police. No respect for parents. No respect for grandparents. No respect for people who are older than they are no respect for people who have been through the trials and tribulations of life and can probably help to guide them in their lives. None none. And they think money grows on trees. And if you don't have enough money badges paid for it. According to cortex. School absolutely gets actually, I don't think other people in a cherished check is probably right. You get direct deposit, and you get like a check card debit card is because the phone lines and see what you think about all this is gonna be like four in Charleston. San Antonio, Charles. What's up? Happy new year to Joe Beck. Actor. Well, you know, I think about your age I'm about three years older. I am a baby boomer. But I I try to stay as young as I can. I think the baby boom stopped at sixty four. I'm sixty six I'm with you. Head. Well, anyway. I think looking back when this all started. I say it started about jewel, five and social media. When like you said, you had social media come into its hey day, where people were taking videos of when policemen were stopping them and certain ethnic groups were like, well, you know, I don't have to do this. Well, see kids are visual. They they repeat what they see on their own cool. So basically what you're seeing there? The disrespect is what they saw people try to get away with it. And I'm gonna tell you something under the Obama administration. Yeah. It got worse. It got worse. And I could tell you it. Did it got a lot worse? Each other. I want to interrupt just for a second. Because what you just said is so pertinent he got worse because the leader of the free world, the president of the United States who I respected, although I hated his policies the president of the United States anytime there was a chance to speak out against police. He did any time. There was a chance to speak out against the against the the military. He did anytime they were. There's a chance to speak out against white people when it was a situation involving black people or maybe even Hispanics. He always spoke out against that against white, folks. I mean, that's that's who the guy was. So I just wanted to make sure that I I take you back to what you said about Barack Obama and made it clear that that's why there was a change. But go ahead. Well, let me just say this. I have a nineteen year old stand. He lives in birdie. And I can tell you this is the first eight years or the first nine years grew up in west San Antonio coach, Dan, eventually moved to Bernie, but I can tell you this. He told me something the other day, and he said under Barack Obama, you wouldn't believe that there was an apocalypse, and he says the apocalypse just exploded with him, and he caused all this and basically now we're trying to put a lid on it. And we can't your nineteen year old. That's what my nineteen smart guy. And I'm gonna tell you what he called it. But I can. He called the e called it the black apocalypse Dow. A black. This rhythm here. Just a little bit Charles Charles because I do believe that we can't get it back in into a respectful, you know, fun loving free to deliberated a base country. We just have to keep on working hard at it. But he's right. And it's going to be hard. It's going to be very hard. Let let me let me let me share with you one last thing that he touched on. I noticed it. But he noticed it, and he watches a lot of TV's too. And I didn't notice it, you know, how Barack Obama his his his dad was African American is mom was Caucasian. Right. Was African American was actually African. But go ahead. Well, anyway, he said dad, look, you look at what the what the liberal Hollywood media's doing even in the commercials now they're doing nothing, but interracial interracial they're just throwing it in your face. He goes, I don't have a problem with that. But he goes that's not the norm. I mean, I'm sure there's a percentage here in the United States is small. Yeah. Exactly. Seem like it's been ore. It's not but Charles chosen very well said, and I appreciate you just to clarify something. And let saying he's sixty four years old. And I'm sixty six years old. I was born in nineteen sixty six the baby boom stopped in nineteen sixty four all very good points in some people listening to a Charles was saying might even be cringing a little bit. And there's no need to if you do pay attention to the commercials on on mainstream television now and even on cable television. There really is probably I would say thirty to fifty percent, you're showing interracial couples now and again, I'm not against it. I I love people of all races. And there are people in my family dated people of all races. I certainly have have dated way before I was married people of all races. None of that matters. But to pretenders though, it's like half of America is actually disingenuous. And it probably is to fill people's brains were watching that not only is this. What America looks like this is all America is it's all everybody's interracial really has any religion. If if you look at it and really analyze it. If there's a dengue guy in the commercial carrying the dumb guy, always is white guy. Probably it's always the white guy. The white guys always done guy doctors the black guy, the, nurses, the Hispanic guy be the professor is somebody who's wearing a he job in the white guys. The dumb guy out you got a questionnaire or he's fallen off of the roof or something. So there really is. I believe a concerted effort from Nadison avenue in New York City in advertising to try to make sure that we doubt great the majority and always lift up, the minority..

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"two fifty two year" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"two fifty two year" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We're adding more all the time. Gary I sort of dropped it yesterday. But. Sam did a pretty good Photoshop job. I think that I will post. Good. Okay. Good. Let's see it. I think that I'll do that. Mhm? I would never ever post the first one can I say? I never I have no idea where you would have even gotten that. Which is kind of weird. But yeah, I'll go and posted on the Instagram. If you wanna see that I think that actually saved it yesterday. If you want to see that goatee picture, I grew a beard during the the the off time and carry it was almost all white. Well, you are an old man. So. Wow. Wow. So there you go checking. So I I grew a beard, and I didn't like it. So I- I shaved around and not and it's still predominantly white. I mean, I don't know what happened. I'm stunned twenty six years old. I think I think I will post it on the Instagram. I think I'll do that. Not right. This second. I will before the top of the hour. So if you want to see the goatee picture and make a decision about whether you like to see me all baby face like this picture, you can do that. And yes, we Photoshop down a shirt. And it looks. Awesome job. It looks very. My other job. So no that sounds great photographer. So that's excellent. So yeah, I'll post up over the top of the hour on Instagram. It's Instagram dot com slash Joe talk show, J O, S H O W, and he was out on gun Instagram marquee. You put it on Facebook and Twitter. You don't have to be a member of Instagram to go to Instagram dot com slash Joe talk show. I reading you'll see the pictures. I'm ready for it. Although, but to that end, I I actually got this message today. Well, I got a message five minutes ago from a guy who said Kerry is such a sweetheart, and you can't recruit me. Thank you. Your your brother? Call calling her right me, brother. I'm sure we have that. But last night. Slowed ran. And again, I told you all go on Facebook later, and I'll check some of these messages get a message from a gallon. Remember his name, he says, I'll take your picture and know what I expected saying that you work out all the time. So let me let me just throw this out there. Why are you sending that message? What are you accomplish sending that message is being, hey, of course, what do you think about what was the response? Something about kissing your bud or I did not I did not go to straight to the catch the ball. They said was. What are you talking about? What did you expect? I mean, actually say why thought that you'd be more muscular you'd be in better shape. And like, look, I can't I I don't believe that I'm in the greatest shape, but you know, I work hard and trying to stay. Yes. So. My next response still wasn't kissed. My my next response was I don't know if you thought it looked like Schwarzenegger, but here's Instagram. Go perusal, those videos, and pictures, and if you still have an issue keep it to yourself. Doing it for you. And I've never set them in the best shape of anybody ever. But I tell you for fifty two fifty two year olds look like, Nina, Jim, let me just put it there. You're probably right. And. And the only picture that he could have seen on my Facebook page anytime recently is like my profile picture, but she just in my head. No goes toward what I've been talking about. And somebody actually wrote me this. I think they might be right. And and. Have a call on it. I think has social media caused this. You're not the kind of shape. I thought you'd be he'd never say that to me. Yeah. Behind a computer screen, and they feel like they could tell you whatever they want. I get that too. Was like why I don't understand that. Hey, so don't like my page. Don't listen. But why are you by the way? Crap. Once I get the guy. He writes back. Oh, it's so cool that you actually respond to your listeners love the show. No, no, no. No. No. No, just no don't even know what? I mean. I know I know I know I don't I don't know what the expectation was. But I I could never see me calling her writing to somebody who's on television radio and saying, I think you're you're no good. Because this. Shut it off. If I'm if I'm not muscular enough for you shut me off. Come on. Let's say damage. Mike. Mike. Eight eight nine four one pags joepags. Joining us. Why why is there such a loud faction in the latest generation or seconded latest, Jerry, whatever? But what are the millennials? I'm a I'm generation X. These are the millennials. I'm talking about was there. A y y after me and then. Generation x now then there's a millennials right? I am not a baby, boomer. I was born after the baby boom people say, maybe not. Is it social media? And we're talking about the fact that so many have no respect for police. No respect for parents. No respect for grandparents. No respect for people who are older than they are no respect for people who have been through the trials and tribulations of life and can probably help to guide them in their lives. None none. And they think money grows on trees. And if you don't have enough money badgers pay for it. According to cortex. Absolutely. I don't think I don't think people in to check is probably right direct deposit, and you get like a check card. Debit card is go to the phone lines to see what you think about all this goody line four in Charleston. San Antonio, Charles. What's up? Happy new year to Joe, thank you. Well, you know, I. About your age. I'm about three years older. I am a baby boomer, but I try to stay as young as I can't. I think the baby boom stopped at sixty four sixty six I'm with you. Ed. So anyway, I think I'm looking back when this all started I say it started about two, oh, five and social media. When like you said, you had social media come into its, hey day, where people were taking videos, or when policemen were stopping them and certain ethnic groups were like, well, you know, I don't have to do this. Well, see kids are visual. They they repeat what they see on their own. They have to be cool. So basically what you're seeing there? The disrespect is what they saw people try to get away with it. And I'm gonna tell you something under the Obama administration. It got worse. It got worse. And I could tell you it. Did it got a lot worse? Each other. I want to interrupt for a second. Because what you just said is so pertinent it got worse because the leader of the free world, the president of the United States who I respected, although I I hated his policies the president of the United States anytime there was a chance to speak out against police. He did any time. There was a chance to speak out against the against the military. He did anytime. There was a chance to speak out against white people. When there was a. A situation involving black people or maybe even Hispanics. He always spoke out against the against white, folks. I mean, that's that's who the guy was. So I just wanted to make sure that I I take you back to what you said about Barack Obama and made it clear that that's why there was a change. But go ahead. Well, let me just say this. I have a nineteen year old and he lives in birdie, and I can tell you this is the first eight years or the first nine years is live grew up in west San Antonio, eventually moved to Bernie, I can tell you this. He told me something the other day, he said under Barack Obama, you wouldn't believe that there was an apocalypse, and he says the apocalypse just exploded with him, and he caused all this and basically now we're trying to put a lid on it. And we can't you're nineteen zero. That's what my nineteen smart guy. Yeah. I'm gonna tell you what he called it. But I can honestly tell you where Hispanics were were whereas Mexican as they come, and I can tell you this. He called it. No, no, I'm serious. Where's mexican? And they got good where I have to say that because I don't want somebody calling me razors. Right. He called the e called the black apocalypse. The black. I don't know. I'm to disagree with him here. Just a little bit Charles Charles because I do believe that we can get it back in in into a respectful, you know, fun loving free to be liberated a base country. We just have to keep on working hard at it. But he's right. I mean, it's going to be hard. It's going to be very hard. Let me let me let me share with you want last thing that he touched on. I hadn't noticed it. But he noticed it, and he watches a lot of TV's too. And I didn't notice it, you know, Barack Obama his his dad was African American is mom was Caucasian. Right. Is that what I'm African American knows that was actually African. But go ahead. Well, anyway, he said dad, look what you look at what the what the liberal Hollywood media's doing even in the commercials now. Let's but interracial interracial they're just throwing it in your face. He goes, I don't have a problem with that. But he goes that's not the norm. I mean, I'm sure there's a percentage here in the United States. Yeah. Exactly. It seem like it's the nor. It's not Charles Charles is in very well said, I appreciate your just to clarify something. I'm not saying he's sixty four years old. And I'm sixty six years old. I was born in nineteen sixty six the baby boom stopped in nineteen sixty four all very good points in some people listening to a Charles was saying might even be cringing a little bit. And there's no need to if you do pay attention to the commercials on on mainstream television now and even on cable television. There really is probably I would say thirty to fifty percent, you're showing interracial couples now and again, I'm not against it. I I love people of all races. And there are people. My family have dated people of all races. I certainly have have dated way before I was married people of all races. None of that matters. But to pretend as though it's like half of America is actually disingenuous and it probably is to fill people's brains were watching that not only is this. What America looks like this is all America is it's all everybody's interracial has any religion. If if you look at it. And really analyze it. If there's a dumb guy in the commercial carrying guy, always is white guy. Probably it's always the white guy. The white guys. Always the dumb guy. The doctor is the black guy the nurses, the Hispanic guy. The the professor is somebody who's wearing a hijab and the white guys the dumb guy. I got a questionnaire or he's fallen off the roof or something. So there really is a concerted effort from Madison Avenue in New York City in advertising to try to make sure that we denigrate the majority and always lift up, the minority..

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