32 Burst results for "Two Pictures"
The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
Tulsans Set Guinness World Record for Largest Pizza Party
"University of Tulsa and the Oklahoma pizza restaurant teamed up to break the game this world record largest pizza party. Who doesn't love a pizza party? And other news for 6th graders. No, you can have a pizza party for big boys. You get beer there too. It's fun. Mike Bosh. You know you can get beer at Chuck E. Cheese. Can you really? Yeah, but they have a limit. You can also, you have to be careful with this, but you can also steal a kid. You know that? They make it hard. Yeah. They have that whole idea. They tried to do the promotion coming, get two pictures of beer, steal a kid every Wednesday, but it got a little dicey. How many tickets is that one? I love Chuck E. Cheese. Mike posh owner of the angelini's pizza chain took 8 months to organize the ragged hamper, the biggest beat of her baby. What toppings? Every single one of Boucher's restaurant worked together. Oh. Okay, so it wasn't a pizza party at one location. It wasn't. It wasn't? No. No, no, no, the issue was. No, no, it's a pizza party at one location all the restaurants made the pizzas and they brought them to the table. Still. Okay. No, no. One single location.
Pray the Word with David Platt
The Great Gospel Hope
"Matthew two 18, a voice was heard in Rama, weeping, and loud lamentation, Rachel weeping for her children. She refused to be comforted because they are no more. This is the chapter that contains the birth of Jesus. It's a glorious high point in all of history and in all of the Bible at the same time isn't it striking that it also contains such sorrow and sadness as Herod becomes furious at you two 16 says and he sends and kills all the male children in Bethlehem and all that region who were two years old or younger and Matthew writes that then was fulfilled what was spoken by the prophet Jeremiah and the versa red from Matthew chapter two verse 18 comes directly from Jeremiah, chapter 31 verse 15, a time of lamentation and weeping among God's people in the Old Testament. So why? Why do we have these two pictures side by side the birth of Jesus in sorrow and death and evil right next to each other? I'll see the wonder, the beauty and the hope of the gospel. This is why Jesus came. He came to a sinful, fallen world marked by evil, and sorrow and death, and he came to bring hope in the middle of it,
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Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog Gopher
"11 p.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan with FTX dog Gopher on December 4th, 2022, the Twitter account and citizen journalist, called autism capital, shared two pictures of a woman that closely resembles the Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison the pictures were taken at a coffee and sandwich shop in Manhattan at 8 15 a.m. Eastern Time. Citizen journalist reportedly spots Alameda's Caroline Ellison in New York according the post Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan, with FTX dog Gopher appeared first on Bitcoin news minor.
Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog Gopher
"11 p.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan with FTX dog Gopher on December 4th, 2022, the Twitter account and citizen journalist, called autism capital, shared two pictures of a woman that closely resembles the Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison the pictures were taken at a coffee and sandwich shop in Manhattan at 8 15 a.m. Eastern Time. Citizen journalist reportedly spots Alameda's Caroline Ellison in New York according.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Joe Biden Is Going Full Dictator
"Joe Biden appears to be at least in his rhetoric going full dictator on a complete with the optics of dictatorship and all. Let's start with the image, which I'm sure you've seen, this is Biden kind of holding both his arms up, you know, very much fascist style. You have all kinds of imagery of Mussolini doing this. You have Adolf Hitler, one of Hitler's standard postures was not the two hand but the one handed fist where he'd be kind of putting his fist up here. And so Biden had a almost a blood red background and he had soldiers to marine standing on either side in a kind of creepy nocturnal imagery that was downright chilling downright scary, and even people who aren't all that political like the barstool guy, he's like, hey, I'm watching sports, I'm slipping the channels and I see Biden and he goes, I'm not even gonna talk about the content of his speech. I'm just talking about because the guy looks like Hitler. And then, of course, liberals were like, wait a minute, you know, George Bush posed with the military behind him. It's a completely different. If you look at the two pictures, George Bush is standing there and he's got he's got he's got marines behind him. It's a daytime address and the point is not that having the U.S. Military makes you a dictator. Of course not, aided, but it is the imagery of the fascist imagery of the blood red, the fists, and the military used in such a way that it's essentially a warning to you, warning to the citizens, look what look at the force I've got behind me.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
In Arizona It's Lake and Trump In
"So the sign was vote for Carrie Lake and there are two pictures on the sign of equal of equal length. There was a sign half the sign is a picture of her and half the sign is a picture of Donald Trump. So call and I am curious especially if you're in Arizona, but I am curious, is that effective in a primary I could see it as effective, is it effective in a general election? Vote for me, you get Donald Trump.
"two pictures" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Story about New Orleans. Paul said he wanted to share and I made him. I made him stop, and I told him he could tell the story later, and I'm still curious as to what it is, Uh, tell us, Paul Well, a little more than a year after, uh, after I arrived, we had Hurricane Gustav and that was a pretty powerful storm Category four storm and And of course, the levees had not been completely completely rebuilt and reinforced. So we were kind of bracing ourselves. So The city obviously tried to get ahead of the game this time around, and we work to actually evacuate the entire city. We literally evacuated the entire city. Uh, with the exception of about 20,000 individuals. For one reason or another could not leave themselves or they needed significant assistance in order to do evacuations. And there were I think, 18,000, I think was 18 20,000 people so So the governor at the time, Bobby Jindal had contracted out with US companies. And they were supposed to be 800 buses. Cut Come to ferry people out. Well, only 76 showed up. So, yeah. So I got a call from the state Superintendent Paul past track, asking me if we could use our school buses and reach out to the other regions and use school buses to provide the buses needed to To move the people. Well, you know, I had half the bus is needed and the suburban communities head to head up the they called parishes. They had to have two buses needed. And there were 400 buses. The only problem with the buses were all the drivers had evacuated the city and they take and they have taken their keys with them. And so so these buses have a master keep so so I had a I had a round up like 400 drivers, and we actually got the National Guard to provide the drivers. Even though none of these guys were licensed these young kids he's even guardsmen were Or where equipped to write the drive a bus and they had ever even ridden a bus. And of course I had to go. I had to go to a key Smith. They have 400 keys made and I remember walking in to the key. Smith and I had a key. And he asked me how many keys that I needed. And I told them for this group of buses. I told him I needed 276 keys. And I swear he he didn't look surprised at all. He just He took the key and I remember coming back. Coming back. The The next day, and he had not only made the keys, but he was dressed in. It Looks like he addressed in a hazmat suit. It looked like a scene out of contagion. And there were a little silver. Filings all over the place, and but he had made my sack of keys and we gave the keys to these these young national guard as designated bus drivers, and obviously we we evacuated. Fortunately, I Zach, Fortunately, the Levys held and Isaac veer to the left. So it kind of brushed us and then carved a path of destruction all the way up to Baton Rouge. So we were able to to that bullet, But I'll tell you, it took months. It seemed like months for us, Uh, could finally get the last of the buses because some of the remember we had 18 buses that they were like they did disappear. It They were never returned, and and the buses have numbers on top of them. So we had helicopters flying up and down the interstate, looking for wayward buses. So it was quite the experience. Yeah, I can laugh at it now because It was amazing. We evacuated the entire city. And I remember driving through the city at night and there was absolutely no vandalism. Absolutely no vandalism, no destruction. Nothing people evacuated. I remember. We would inspector schools and You know there was not there was just It was amazing how orderly people were and how they really work together, particularly after the Katrina experience, But I remember I remember because I had to pay for the keys out of my pocket. And I remember trying to get the courage to communicate to tell my wife that we're going to have like a $4000 bill on our credit card. Because I was buying keys for buses. So anyway, that's money. That's my favorite New Orleans story. Hey, Paul, Um Jean Lafitte, Louisiana is that close to New Orleans? Uh, yeah. You know, it's not that far away. I don't think I've ever been to defeat myself. Well, the reason I ask is because the Washington Post has two pictures side by side and they have a picture of something called By you Veritas area and that neighborhood and that what It looks like before and what it looks like now, and I know we were talking about how the levees have held, But whether or not the levy has held it sure looks like that particular body of water has. I guess that might be storm surge gone over the levee because the picture on the left Shows a firm line of where the water is contained. And the picture on the right The water is everywhere. We'll defeat the feet. Uh, is one of those areas that hugs the coastline, and so so when you have a a storm surge You know the levees may hold, but that doesn't keep the water from from flowing over the levees. The problem with New Orleans is not only was the water flowing over the levees, but the levees. I think something like 50 50, or 60 of the levees collapsed in like 50 or 60, different areas, So those floodwaters just literally literally. I just float into the cities like the ocean coming in. That's right, particular ninth Ward, and that's why you see those pictures of those, you know, just a housing tops, you know, and people involved. I remember my my introduction to Sean Penn was when it came to New Orleans to try to rescue people who were standing on top of her. Their homes. And, you know, later on Brad Pitt went down there. And you, actually, yeah, the building of homes and and in the Lower ninth Ward, which is the most vulnerable area and the poorest area of the city. And and they built these homes on stilts, so they're like elevated homes, So you know, so you saw a lot of that new I'm because people did not want to abandon a lot of people said the Lower ninth Ward. Once you just shut it down or, you know, why should why can't we build our levees and you know, people who have been there for generations are reluctant to give that up. I mean, the Dutch were able to figure out how to keep the seats back and So obviously they had to do some innovative things in order to provide the protection that was long overdue. Because Lord Ninth Ward in New Orleans had historically been neglected for all those all those reasons that poor areas are have have traditionally been neglected in this country, So but that was that was quite an experience. And just in case those of you who are listening. Think that we are done with Ida. We are now, according to The Washington Post, there is they're looking at widespread and potentially life threatening flooding. In the Northeast. From what's left of Ida. They're showing that around the area of like Wilkesboro, Pennsylvania, will spar. Pennsylvania Hartford, Pennsylvania. There's this. There's this map, but it's the potential for flooding eases, obviously, the farther away you get, but they're showing a map that includes even a risk in Portland, Maine, and Raleigh Durham, North Carolina. It's it's we are not done with Ida yet and, you know, add that too. I mean, Paul, you and I haven't even talked.
KOA 850 AM
"two pictures" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Andrew Ryan felt inner joins us before Game one against the Giants Will the major league debut yesterday, Ryan Was it everything you expected it to be? Um, you know, I I was just glad to get out there. Um, I wanted to pound the zone with some strikes. You know, I think there's some positives I could take out of it. Um, and definitely some things I can work on. Tell me a little bit about how you found out that you are going to be called up and making a start. Um, I was in Hartford about about to head out to the dugout are pitching coach Frank Gonzalez grabbed me right before I head out there and, uh, He was on the phone. He was just as as nervous as I was, and, uh You know, to be able to get the call with him and and share that moment. Right before our game was awesome. What was your first thought? Um, you know that there were so many of them. I couldn't even I couldn't tell you one. Um They were just so many thoughts going through my head that that it's kind of it's hard to tell you my first thought, um Everything kind of kind of blended together. And I had, you know, flashbacks of you know all the years and hard work that I that I did to get here and my family, you know, supporting me just You know so many things flashes flashed through my head at that at that moment, So, um, it was pretty surreal. Yeah, I would. I would think so. Right hander Ryan felt her with us on Rocky's on deck. So when did it then transition to wait a minute Now I'm going to make us start in the big leagues. I've got to get ready. Um, pretty quickly pretty quickly. I think I found out when I was going to be starting. Um, maybe, like a half hour after we figured out that I was going to be heading heading out here, Um, So everything definitely moved really quick. And it was great. I mean, I wouldn't have had it any other way. And I'm super pumped to be here. Yeah, no doubt about it. You mentioned yesterday that The nerves like during the actual game yesterday, weren't maybe as prominent as you thought they might be. Is that right? Yeah, that's right. Um You know, kind of. Once I started getting going in the bullpen. It started to feel just like any other game. Um, which might be hard to believe, but it's kind of that's just kind of how I felt. I felt relaxed out there. I felt good. You know, I, um It's just another baseball game, and that's kind of what I kept telling myself and, you know, I felt I felt good about it from that at that point of view. So if you had to pick one or two things that you come away from your first big league start with that there was just no way to prepare, no matter what anybody would say to you, No matter What? Anything you heard there was just no way to know fully what it was like until you experienced it. What would be the top one or two things? Um, you know, I There's a couple things and and I think you know nobody's ever going to be totally prepared for their major league debut. It's just such a crazy thing, a crazy feeling, and it's so different from any other Experience in baseball. Um But you know you hear the things about, uh Altitude affecting different parts of your game and I think, um, you know it affected me a little bit last night, but it's going to be an adjustment that Have to make just like everybody else here made and, um you know, I think it'll be a good one. I've already had some some good conversation with some of the older guys about it, and they've given me some great tips. So everybody's been super helpful so far, and I love what you said after the game yesterday. I'm ready to go. Let's go to work and let's keep this thing going. Yeah, I'm excited to get back out there. I want to. I want to get another bullpen under my belt here and Mix in some more change ups and curveballs. Those are kind of two pictures that, um, that I was struggling with a little bit yesterday. Um, so just to get that feel back and be ready to get back out there, I think is going to be Going to be good. Ryan. Thanks for the time. Keep it going. Thank you. Appreciate it. That's Ryan Felton, Iraqis.
"two pictures" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of people don't know that. That's the kind of security clearance you have You learned. Jimmy Fallon, He will pay will teach you something new. Every time you come on, you've learned things. So that's that's powerful information. And I guess I was, like, always sort of the old. The old line you heard is they want to drive a long way. You just sort of Accepted that, but we should have known because every time you get in, there's automatic, an automatic, a dollar amount that clicks on and then they start. Add enough as you as you drive, so I should have known that already say you got you got real of serious security clearance. Just don't use this on your private server. That's all I ask, Uh, I want to, But you know where your where your I think we should just too. But you think about the fourth of July where your wife is from that county all Glades County home of Neil Armstrong. I'm just out there Armstrong Airport a couple weeks ago. Go. We had we had an opportunity commitment. Probably. I don't know. Maybe eight or 10 years ago, Some friends of ours wanted us to visit with them. We're going to go to dinner and this time of year summer time of year. And but they want to come down to date. And if we live about 30 miles north of day, and so they said before we're gonna do we're gonna tour the Wright brothers home. We said great. We'd love to do that. We like the history on it. So we tour the right by this home. They tell you all about these amazing guys. They end the tour. They end the tour in one of the brothers bedrooms, and you've learned all kinds of neat things about their bicycle shop. And that gets bows and gadgets and things that they invented in the last room. They tell you a few more things about one of the brothers and then they literally in the torso. And you two pictures. The first picture they show you is that very first flight. Wright brothers, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, 19. Oh, three. And this thing they call the plane. And you Your first thing is how that didn't get off the ground. And the truth. Is that barely dead. It was like 100 ft. They say that picture and you're like, okay? That's pretty cool. I remember that in eighth grade seven whenever London school and then they put it down, and they hold up a second picture. 44 years later, Chuck Yeager. Breaking the sound barrier, and I was like I was like, Wow, I didn't I didn't know that. I mean, I must have been sleeping that day in school or something I didn't realize. And you think in 44 years we go from two guys flying 100 ft to another American in a jet breaking the sound barrier. And literally that was in the tour and as Polly and I my wife and are walking out of that room. It literally hit me like I thought. Wait a minute. Represent Douglas County, Ohio, Home of Mural Neil Armstrong, where 22 years after Chuck Yeager, he steps on the moon, and sometimes you can just step back, I think and think in 66 years we went from two guys flying 100 ft. To putting a man on the moon in one lifetime. This country the greatest country ever did that. Yeah, That's what we should celebrate. Not all this baloney that they want to talk about how we're racist and terrible country celebrate that. That's what America has done. And that's always tell folks don't ever let anyone tell you. We're not the best country yet. No 1000% man, and that's the thing. It's the It's the difference between Victor Hood, her victimhood. We should be pushing an ideology of Victor Hood. We are the greatest source of good in the world. We have overcome every adversity known to man. Nobody's worked harder to be a better place, and that's really the message we embrace. That's why I appreciate you coming on. I will tell you, you know, uh and and to the Chuck Yeager point. It's a very controversial flight because he wasn't wearing a mask on board the plane. I don't know. Yeah, Fauci wants him taken out of the record books that that that's not going to stand for long. I mean, think about it. But think about that. That is amazing what this country did. And now we have everyone who wants to just say, Like all the countries bad we gotta present United States who wants to talk about how Quote bad the country's I'm like, Are you kidding? Let's let's just what you said. Let's celebrate the victories this country has brought to not just Americans, but what we have done for freedom to countless number of people around the planet. That's what we should be celebrating. Particularly on the Fourth of July. 1000%. Okay, Couple of fourth of July fun facts to throw out your really quick while I got you on the line. Um, the Coney Island hot dog eating contest, which, of course, takes place every year in the Fourth of July. Joey Trust that he holds the record right now with 75 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Yeah. 75 A diet coke, Um, can you Ob Could could you have like £120, isn't he? He's like a It's like a weird boa constrictor type of consumption. Where this little guy just picked. Yes. Think about this £16 of of meat. He's eating. Yeah. How much do you have to hate yourself? Each £16 of meat in 10 minutes. That's aggressive. Uh, no, that that's something that's for sure. It's I don't know are crazy. I don't know what it is. Is there a Jordan family record? That's all I wanted to ask. I don't expect it to be 75 hot dogs. But is there is there a member of the Jordan family that can throw down on that level? Yeah. Oh, no, that there's probably some claims the fan that we have in our family, but that's not one of them might be. Uh, that's crazy, though. You see that I can't even watch when they show that on that on ESPN, sometimes somebody I know I've seen it at some point. It's It's disturbing. I'm the same way. I I hear the number every year and I react to it. And I laughed. But I can't. I can't actually watch it. It's a dark place. No, I can't either. Okay, One other thing that you might be able to solve. Okay in 17 76. Okay. It is alleged. That the second Continental Congress was meeting in Philadelphia and the Liberty Bell just rang on its own during the session. Now, my question to you is was that freedom ringing or with some disgruntled Philly fan throwing a beer and he happened to hit the belt out? Yeah, I'll pick the former. Yeah, There's a great There's a great scene. There's a great scene in the movie 17 76. I love that musical, and it's all about those guys in that Congress. And they were that summer when they put together a declaration and declared to the world why it was appropriate to commit treason that they were getting ready to do and why it was the right thing to do. And the movie starts If you remember John Adams walked down from the Bell Tower, and as he walked down, and he walks in there to the room that they met there in Independence Hall. As he walks in. He has that famous line, he says. One useless man is a disgrace to our law firm and three or more are a Congress and I have had it with this because he's the guy trying to push the Congress actually make a decision. And you can sort of relate to that. With the politics that we see from from the Congress today, I I love that I love the way he starts that movie. Yeah, no, that that's an old That's an all time keeper. I have to go back and watch that. See that now I left with some homework assignments. Um listen, man, listen, I know you've got to train for your 75 hot dog run today, so I won't keep you any longer. Uh, let me know how it works out. So I can tell Joey just not if he still has the title, Okay, man. I will do that. I will do it. Thanks so much. No, I appreciate you, man. I appreciate you celebrate the greatest country in the world Demand. Jim Jordan R C soon There He goes. The great Jim Jordan, a great patriot. A guy who was in on the joke. We, you, me, everybody listening. Hit the lottery by virtue of the fact that we were born in this country. I agree with that. And everybody telling you otherwise. Is a dang fool. Oh, you're right. And when you're right, you're right. And you, You're always right..
News Radio 920 AM
"two pictures" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"We're going to go to dinner and this this time of year summer time of year. And but they wanted to come down dating. We live about 30 Miles north of date, And so they said, before we go to dinner, we're gonna toward the Wright brothers home. We said great. We'd love to do that. We like the history on it. So we tour the right by this home. They tell you all about these amazing guy. They end the tour. They end the tour in one of the brothers bedrooms, and you've learned all kinds of neat things about the bicycle shop and that gets both and gadgets and things that they invented in the last room. They tell you a few more things about one of the brothers and then they literally in the torso. And you two pictures. The first picture they show you is that very first flight. Wright brothers, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, 19. Oh, three. And this thing that caught a plane And you Your first thing is how that can get off the ground. And the truth is that barely did it went like 100 ft. They show you that picture, and you're like, Okay, that's Pretty cool. I remember that in eighth grade, seventh or whatever I learned at school, and then they put it down and they hold up a second picture. 44 years later, Chuck Yeager. Breaking the sound barrier, and I was like I was like, Wow, I didn't I didn't know that. I mean, I must have been sleeping that day in school or something I didn't realize. And you think in 44 years we go from two guys flying 100 ft to another American in a jet breaking the sound barrier. And really, that was in the tour and as Polly and I my wife and are walking out of that room. It literally hit me like I thought. Wait a minute. I represent, always county, Ohio, home of near Neil Armstrong. Where 22 years after Chuck Yeager. He steps on the moon, and sometimes you can just step back. I think and speak in 66 years we went from two guys flying 100 ft. To putting a man on the moon in one lifetime. This country the greatest country ever did that. That's what we should celebrate. Not all this baloney that they want to talk about how we're racist and terrible country celebrate that. That's what America has done. And that's always tell folks don't ever let anyone tell you. We're not the best country ever now, 1000% man, and that's the thing. It's the It's the difference between Victor Hood, her victimhood. We should be pushing an ideology of Victor Hood. We are the greatest source of good in the world. We have overcome every adversity known to man. Nobody's worked harder to be a better place, and that's really the message we embrace. That's why I appreciate you coming on. I will tell you, you know, uh and and to the Chuck Yeager point. It's a very controversial flight because he wasn't wearing a mask on board the plane. So I don't know. Yeah. Fauci wants him taken out of the record books that that that's not gonna stand for long. I can't think about that. But think about that. That is amazing what this country did, And now we have everyone who wants to just say like, oh, the country's bad. We've got a president knighted states who wants to talk about how bad the country Like Are you kidding? Let's let's let's just what you said. Let's celebrate the victory This country has brought to not just Americans, but what we have done for freedom to countless number of people around the planet. That's what we should be celebrating, particularly On the Fourth of July. 1000% Okay, Couple of fourth of July Fun facts to throw out your really quick while I got you on the line. Um, the Coney Island hot dog eating contest, which, of course, takes place every year in the Fourth of July. Joey Trust that he holds the record right now with 75 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Yeah. 75 illegal and a diet coke. Um, can you Ob could could you would be like like £120, isn't he? Yes. Yes. He's like it's like a weird bubble constrictor type of consumption. Where this little guy just Nick. Nick? Yes. Think about this £16 of of meat. He's eating. Yeah. How much do you have to hate yourself? To eat £16 of meat in 10 minutes. That's aggressive, Uh, know that it's something that's for sure, it's I don't know if they were crazy. I don't know what it is. Is there a Jordan family record? That's all I wanted to ask. I don't expect it to be 75 hot dogs. But is there is there a member of the Jordan family that can throw down on that level? Yeah. Oh, no, that there's probably some claims to fame that we have in our family. But that's not one of them might be yet. That's crazy, though. You see that I can't even watch when they show that on the show that on ESPN sometimes I know I've seen it at some point. Happen. It's It's disturbing. I'm the same way. I I hear the number every year and I react to it. And I laugh. But I can't. I can't actually watch it. It's a dark place. No, I can't. Okay. One other thing that you might be able to solve. Okay in 17 76. Okay. It is alleged that the second Continental Congress was meeting in Philadelphia and the Liberty Bell just rang on its own during the session. Now, my question to you Is Was that freedom ringing or with some disgruntled Philly fan throwing a beer and he happened to hit the belt? Yeah, I'll pick the former great There's a great scene. There's a great scene in the movie 17 76. I love that musical, and it's all about those guys in that Congress and they were that summer when they put together declaration and declared to the world why it was Appropriate to commit treason that they were getting ready to do. And it was the right thing to do. And the movie starts If you remember John Adams walks down from the Bell Tower. And as he walked down, and he walks in there to the the room that they met there in Independence Hall as he walks in, he has that famous line, he says. One useless man is a disgrace to our law firm and three or more are a Congress and I have had it with this because he's the guy trying to push the Congress actually make a decision. And you can sort of relate to that. With the politics that we see from from the Congress today. I love that I love the way he starts that movie. Yeah, no, that that's an old That's an all time keeper. I have to go back and watch that. See that now I left with some homework assignment. Um listen, man, great movie. Listen, I know you've got to train for your 75 hot dog run today, so I won't keep you any longer. Let me know how it works out so I can tell Joey. Just not if he still has the title, Okay, man. I will do that. I will do it, Jimmy. Thanks so much. No, I appreciate you, man. I appreciate you celebrate the greatest country in the world. You the man, Jim Jordan, I'll see you soon. There He goes. The great Jim Jordan, a great patriot. A guy who was in on the joke. We, you, me, everybody listening. Hit the lottery by virtue of the fact that we were born in this country. I agree with that. And everybody telling you otherwise. Is a dang fool. Oh, you're right..
Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"two pictures" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Give you more literally like sing. Wicked for him with all sing for good though. Because i remember i saying that my wedding vows wedding virtual virtual Fair share was. I weren't on my honey. I said be humble big stars on this tim. I know we've talked about how you are in hawaii. We've made reference to it. And i also know i've been telling you and stop me boys on instagram. I'm unclear the timing though as far as your as far as the sloppy boys. Instagram is concerned. You guys are all still in hawaii. I wasn't sure you were going to alternate dimension. Sometimes take a lotta pictures and you're like these just posted and you're like it doesn't matter the time line. I have two hundred good hawaii photos. Maybe i'll post them for a whole year. In fact i had a friend like kind of a weird editor guy who went on a very brief cruise and then just posted pictures the cruise for a year and everyone in his life just thought he'd just lived on because he took two hundred pictures days. There's absurd there's that fear i have. Which is if we're posting that we're on vacation and someone knows where we live on. And so there's almost lingering. Exact wanting to stagger it so start. I usually do that. If i'm in a restaurant i won't post until i've already left. Yeah i'm not trying to anybody called me. Everyone shows up i also. Do you think when instagram started. It was like instagram. If you posted anything late you'd say sorry for the later. Grab later graham. I feel like now that the whole thing is just like promotional anyway. I never think about and then have two pictures during covid were pre covert or a lot of people being like. This was bregovic back off. It's the instant art has gone graham to say it And then also people would say. I'm gonna live tweet something like well. What's the difference between. I am someone who would live. Tweets live tweeting a netflix show. Does it really. We're not all watching queen's gambit that's right you don't want you to moment at pops up so how was hawaii. Oh who's great well. We did the weirdest thing. We went to waikiki. And we just were. We just stayed right there in the middle of all the most touristy stuff and did nothing out so it was almost like the opposite of you go to hawaii normally. Because i've been working so much i've been in. La and i wanna be in paradise. This was just like what as well been in. Santa monica promenade would be the same exact experience but but It was very fun to be around a lot of people in and out super busy there. It was yeah. I mean i actually don't know that we had a restaurant dinner the whole time. We were there because reservations had been booked like weeks in. It's it's insane and waxed. We were waxed. Even my whole head was when you grew up back so i'm looking at a wig. Oh never tell you guys went there for a sloppy boy show. We went there just to go there. No no reason just sort of like. Let's go someplace where stir crazy and so it started up as just a banned for no reason going to an island and then and then we're with spouses and significant others. I brought a spouse and a friend came along and it just kind of turned into a group thing and it was just like every day. You gotta wake up in the dip seats around the pool. You know how everyone just throws their towels. You have to be there at eight. Am stressful. It would be stressful but the time difference.
Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"two pictures" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Sure how this was gonna turn out exactly. Have it. Turn out that well. Yeah it was. It was a affirmation that me as an artist as an actor what i was putting out there. What i was intending to do was actually translating. Art was translating it. What was the most deeply personal. The more personal. I got with the roles which i was at that time in two pictures like that true detective dallas buyers and others the more personal got the more the world related to what i was giving out. It's something i've learned in the writing of this book. The more personal the book. I spoke about earlier. The more relatable it became more people it was the fact that was translating and the fact that my peers. Who have great respect for said we deem your work in this film the most excellent of the year. That's wonderful and it. Let me know that. I was communicating the right way that my art communicating that myself was communicating and in a in a very large scale and on a scale that people were going like no. That's fine craftsmanship. Yes well yeah. And also i have to imagine for someone like you was so famous. Who gets people get swallowed up by celebrity culture. And you do have your shirt off in paparazzi shots and us weekly's after you and your during the romantic comedies. Few said no wait a minute. Let's not forget. I'm an actor and i'm about to show you. That was sort of a contrast from some of that celebrity stuff. That wasn't really you. But that was projected on you will but does other things for me to and always said that rom coms. I loved him. No i just mean being an weekly didn't ask for all that stuff all the celebrity. But i understood that comes. I mean. i'm aware enough to that comes with the world you know and but but as far as like people try to go you know. Oh this is now in. That was then. That wasn't really. You is a shirtless guy. Rahm come now. you're showing your true self. That's a bunch of bs that was me to instill is and those rom coms doing. We're the rent for the house. Is that. I was living on the beach. Shirtless on yes. Thank you never so old. Oh well that was all slough that i never had that question myself of like. Oh i'm not. I don't have the goods. I didn't have that question. I did though understand. Oh minute position where these romantic comedies. They're doing very well and they're entertaining. And i respect that entertainment. But they're they're done so well solidified my perception of me so much as a romcom lead in the Said i'm not getting anything else..
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"two pictures" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Say Good morning. Happy opening day. Two point. Oh, fellas, what's going on? Well, first of all, and Sylvie had a great tweet. Out there. If you're going to Wrigley today, Standard cheer, Soak it in 40,000. Cubs Cardinals cheer that we made it standing ovation for a team that surprised many They deserve it and you deserve it. And I think he's exactly right. That's how we opened the show. Freaking life is back, man. This is not just a baseball thing. You can go to a bar, a restaurant. We're back. It's just really, really cool. What I'm planning. I'm planning on leaving in like a half an hour because it's going to be insane over there. And I would say this, and I'm not sort of Like the company guy here. Just be patient like this the first time Wrigley Field's been packed in two years. They just had to hire a whole bunch of people to go from 60% to 100%. It's not going to be smooth at the concession stands. I'm just guessing here. I don't know I'm up in the press box, but just be patient and Wrigleyville inside like you said. Enjoy it. Hopefully they get the kinks out. If there are kings, I don't know for sure. I'm just saying it's going to be fun. It's going to be crazy. It's also going to be busy and crowded and all that stuff, But I think people will be happening back. No masks right if you're if you're vaccinated, and I think that's the majority of the people inside Wrigley Field back to normalcy with Wrigley Field and Full house of cardinals and Cubs fans at Wrigley. I looked into it before we ask you about what's going on this weekend with the Cubs and Sox Jess and is interested in your assignment yesterday. You decided, you know socks are playing Toronto but you're looking at the at the farm. So talk about some of the rule changes or some of the things that you saw. Maybe Major league Baseball could implement. Based on what you saw yesterday. The Cubs Class eight team is located in South Bend, Indiana, as you guys know, so driving there, of course I pulled over yet Another, um, Rick Hahn zoom to explain a major injury. So that was tough to listen to hearing about Nick. Magical. We can get that to that in a moment. So I'm at South Ben. Great facility there and the rule change. They're experimenting with down there is the step off Pick off throat meaning? For left handers, for example, you guys know normally you could pick up your left foot and step towards first base and throw the ball right now. Lefties have to step off and throw to first. That's how Jon Lester picked off his guy a few years ago. Right? You've got to step back and throw to first talk about the Tommy Pham pick off right? Exactly That move is what is the only move left handers can do now. So base runners can move can steal on first move, meaning as soon as that left leg comes up in the past, you'd have to wait. Is he going home? Is he going to first base runners can steal. The idea was to increase stolen base attempts and stolen bases for right the same thing you have to step back and then turn and throw. You can't jump in. You know, you know how you guys turn and throw quickly. You have to step back and then turn and throw, so it really takes more time. And it's the lefties that that it really changes and I have to tell you, this is one that is not going to make it to the major leagues. There were six stolen base attempts in the first inning alone. Everybody is running. There's a guy on South Bend. That is 21 for 21. Here's the other thing. I obviously that does create more action, but I didn't see one catcher. Throw the ball down. That's how how big of advantage it is for base runners. So nobody throws down. Nobody got caught stealing for the game. There were five for five. You know, several of the attempts batter swung and followed off the pitch, so they had to go back to first. So it was not like every attempt. I'm we resulted in a stolen base. But there's a guy in the seventh inning. I mean, the South Bend team got no hit the one run. They scored, got on on an error, stole second, stole third and scored on a wild pitch. Yeah, That's not the kind of action you want. You want throw downs you want You want double plays. I talked to two pictures on South Bend, a lefty and a righty. There's no chance of the double play anymore. Anybody gets on first is almost on second within a picture, too. So that's the baseball as the baseball we grew up on someone trying to get to second base. You know, but pictures that changes them like one picture was like I hope that I hope Cubs management understands that might earned run average is going to be higher this year. I can't get a double play ball. I might walk a guy, but normally I can pitch around that you can get a double place so Pictures don't like it. Obviously, baserunners do but even that skewed I mean, this guy That's 21 for 21 is not really even that big of a base dealer. I was told, so that's a rule. That's not going to make it And here's the thing. They have a bunch of rules at the lower levels. Larger bases other pick up rules. Stolen bases are up throughout the minor leagues way up, and it's I think it's going to be a couple of these rules are going to, you know, go by the wayside. So you know what the experiment If it doesn't work, it doesn't work. So Nick Madrigal goes down. He is out, probably for the rest of the year with a torn hamstring. Carlos Cara's going again. They are. We were talking to the Idot bullpen this morning, and Muller said to me, Carrasco's 32. This guy's 24. By the way, I doubt reminds you to start seeing motorcycles. Motorcycle safety is everyone's responsibility. Learn more life or death. Illinois dot com..
"two pictures" Discussed on UN News
"Pictures actually are depicting something else which is an unhealthy interaction of nature and humans and that also was kind of clear during the pandemic and there are two pictures but in particular the one of the macarthur holding a face mask and also the wild boar scheming through the trash that really show that very often. There is an unhealthy relationship between us and bio-diversity flora and fauna and that can be dangerous and we have experienced that of course also during the pandemic. Yes and so to interrupt their palo but this coincides this competition with the un's cool for a decade of ecosystem restoration which called for the reinstating of at least one billion degraded hectares of land by twenty thirty. That's an area. The size of china and the same commitment should be made for oceans. And if i could just jump quickly across the atlantic to helen mclean. Who's the photographer in chicago. Who snapped to bison in dakota. Well i'd love to hear about how you came to take this very special snap. Helen yes sure. Thank you yeah. I just like to say that that's nailed pictures as well. It's more favor than your own photo. I just loved it so anyways so less down like down. We happen to be in the state. The south dakota and within the strict cannot currency. But where if you know people to tell so it will. He is to custer state. Park is stop. Sounds of going that in this park is all about preservation of the defendable survived sons. But normally it's very hard to see their fire ways. They leave a natural hint. That spy away from people dying then we stop big of the is this on the left bisons on right then by some straight in front us i prepare my lands so i can sniff big from but i have to change the my short lands. Because they're right by us. They're not worried a junkie to my husband that they probably evenly all come back and so it's a super photo in if i might just quickly explain a bit more something else that i really liked about. It was the fact that you've got these wonderful creatures are mother and maybe a calf and they've just stopped stock still in the center of the road so presumably as you say they were right in front of you. You couldn't go anywhere. But i like that idea that they've been there forever. The road hasn't so this sort of cutting between the two and there's the interaction between humans and the natural world which is only going to get more and more closely linked. If you like also like mother's very protective of the eighties so is what it called. The snapped picture dead close. I was tonight and find them. They were right in front of me. I get out of my car just like watching them. It's what it hard. But they were not war it so tomorrow and the baby just crossing and nice. That was clicking away watching that. Was it a rare opportunity this..
Newsradio 700 WLW
"two pictures" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Densmore. Com to learn more. The Nationals come to bat against Tyler Malli in the second before they do. Let's pause for station identification along the Cincinnati Bell Reds radio network. Club tonight lows in the upper sixties for Wednesday. Partly sunny showers likely in storms possible a high of 84. It is 80 degrees of the home of the Reds news radio 700 WLW Cincinnati It's cowboy. Jeff Brantley, our producer, engineer, David, the Armor's drum. Tommy throught. Great to be with you Tonight is the Reds battle the nationals in our nation's capital. Starlin. Castro will lead things off for the nationals in the second inning, No score. As Tyler Malli returns to work. After pitching a scoreless first inning right hander turns a loose and Mrs in the dirt outside for ball one to Castro. Castro hitting 2 67 is belted a couple of Homer's he's knocked in 18. Valley nods. The sign from Barnhardt kicks and fires and Castro takes a strike fastball that Malli started away, broke it back to the outside corner. He's had good movement on that fastball today, that may have been his best one that started off the plate came back a good three or four inches. So it's an even one ball. One strike count on Castro the pitch and it's down in a way you've got two pictures that once they hit their rhythm. Really like to work pretty quickly now, not quite to the same extent is what we're used to seeing from someone like Wade Miley, but still Is that Quick, get a nice rhythm. Here's.
The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"two pictures" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"I got a place vitamin. Because i kept putting it off and i played it. I kept takes two pictures to stephen. It was like hey goodness suit in a video game. Hey i just put you in jail. Yeah it's cool. I also i also. I have to get back to red. Redemption was a lot of fun to yeah. That was a great day. I love the western methology. So yeah i still haven't gotten through red redemption to my only issue with red dead redemption games and i know i know it's purposeful is bring up a map to see where i am sometimes attention span and aware of the game high here. Where was the camp our whatever. So then i don't like i don't like help the camp. I just keep doing whatever i'm doing. Yeah speaking of calling games by the way injustice two is probably my favorite. One arm would be cool though. And i don't think i don't know if people have tried this yet. I'd love to see some valiant universe video games. Yeah bloodshot game game. I don't know shadow showman game or something. I'd be awesome. Well maybe they're working on and hopefully it'll be part of it. Well it's been great to talk to you and talk to you about this project. I'm a big d. c. Fan so anything. When i saw it i go. Hey and the opportunity to talk to. You had to jump on that so we want to wish you the best during this crazy time and continued. Good luck you're obviously talented and best of luck with your career. Thank you very much. I appreciate all of your kind words and you know i. I hope you're happy healthy and safe. And you keep gaming and hope you enjoy the end of of assessing creep hollow. Is that the detroit. I'll probably started soon. And i don't know if i'll get through odyssey. Yeah oh god. I know what to talk to you about your dan absolutely and thank you all for listening to side talk until next had it. Did you have an idea who tim. Drake was his origin story. A little bit. you know. it's funny i. i'm a die hard comic fan. I know all all the characters that most people don't know you know like i. I love the more obscure knowledge..
Bald and Blonde
"two pictures" Discussed on Bald and Blonde
"Very good. I we just had a personal insight at the listener that great so because you give meaning so you put an appointment helping supposed to be based on your value system your little island in which you live based on the island moral principle metaphor and then because it doesn't happen the difference between the two pictures. The pointed entry allergies to big. It's out of balance and that causes the imbalance within you. follow me. Yeah okay so now you can start defining what it is. hang on. let me just say that. The island motto is a book that daisy has written. That is brilliant. Said jump over to bolton blonde dot lives into the store you can grab it there as well worth your times very easy to rage and it will transform the way you think fundamentally just had to get that in there because paper going to hear this and go. Watc- all immoral. What is okay. Carry on i. Let's define frustration. Yes go ahead and defined frustration. So what is your definition of frustration. While that's great christian we don't research these episodes guys sorry Winging it here. I don't know if i have a definition but i know how it makes me feel now. You got it again. You see so very big lesson here. There's so many words we're using and we have no clue what the definition is. But we're using it or abusing it. I feel i can look it up so the feeling that it generates within you. That is the problem so now. Tell me when someone's ignoring you. Someone ignoring you based on your perception. Because maybe they are just busy or maybe they're sitting in the whirlpool or maybe they're just taking a pilot lesson or they're just asleep taking a nap..
Boomer & Gio
"two pictures" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Over the last couple of years we're talking about you and your cincinnati bengals. Career is the fact that they're bengals ring of honor. It's probably the only team in the nfl. I even went through this. What ask the jaguars. The ring on the texans ever monitor and they do they honor players. Who have been there in the bengals. Of course have been around longer than those particular teams panthers ring of honor. I think we have a virtual ring of honor virtual ring of honor. Jeff hopson who runs their website. I think put together a virtual ring of honor. Okay well what are you telling me. I'm telling you that. For the first time ever in the history of the cincinnati bengals. Who's telling you this. The bengals themselves okay on twitter bengals twitter account. There's going to be ring of honor. Great can i guess who's going to be on it. The first there to initials don's inductees in the inaugural class of four inaugural class four. I'm only seeing two right now. There's only two hall of famers from the cincinnati franchise. I see three on another leaked situation. They can't even do this right. Why would three or four would think. Anthony munoz thank Paul brown okay. Well those are the two pictures that i'm seeing here on to a hall of famers. Okay so there you go to others boomer. No i see kenny. Anderson's name right and let me think. Let me think who else ken riley. No all right hold on. I'm trying to think if they're gonna go like in some sort of order. Pacman jones. Now no no no no. It's going to be somebody i got. Thank vaughn bertha. Not for nothing boomer. You're an nfl freaking mvp. How're you not in the first class but don't make those decisions. I'm just trying to think. Jay who shman zodda. Isaac curtis someone who was on your super bowl team. Reggie williams no no bumar. Nope chris collins worth. Nope who's a rookie of the year wasn't an mvp. Louis breeden no now what. I'm looking at our photographs unless you know unless cs have been doctored to show where they're putting the names okay and they have tim krumrie krumrie. Okay from tim. Murtaugh is james attended. Ex-navy talion. I was thinking about him too because he was a tenth round draft choice out of wisconsin tenth round and turned out to be. I think he made five. Or i don't know how many pro bowls he made. And he was the guy that broke his leg in the super bowl and waited for us. The entire game in the locker room with his leg fractured unbelievable and get me to the hospital. She some pain medication. All right so what. I'm seeing here on official bengals ring of honor dot com right so munos and paul brown are officially an and it says two more twenty twenty one inductees will be selected by season ticket members. Okay voting will occur in may in june so there aren't any other official members right now so that whole other thing that house talking about what the other two have not been named but they will vote on it in may and june so boomer has a chance to be in the inaugural class of the bengals ring of honor right. That has never happened until now until we shame them into doing it. You will be important..
The Mr. Warren Hayes Show
"two pictures" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show
"Slash ms warren haynes. If you follow what. I do that means that we are about to jump into prediction. Show 'cause there's a big paper view this weekend just happens to be awa revolution. Twenty twenty one and per usual as per ordained by the spirits. I i. I enjoy a gentleman cash route to form. Gentlemen i mean if you you take you. Take a book a dictionary book. And you open it up and you turn to gentlemen. You'll see two pictures. Oscar wilde and krispies aka speed of the speeds and the benchmark show. Who's joining me this morning. It's so good to have you back. Welcome once again to the mr warren. Hey it's been too long. Thank you mr warren hayes. It's good to be here ben. I mean oscar wilde. That's good company. I mean you're you're exactly on the same level like to me i i. I've read poetry on top of that man. It's somebody told my wife. I've been trying to tell that. Hey listen i got a question for you. warren hayes. Okay this well. I'm going to save that question for. I've just i'm happy to be here man. I'm not going to be honest with you. I'm usually not up this early. It's ten o'clock by time throughout your saturday. And i got the. I don't know if you're aware this. But i got the sleep apnea. I didn't know that that sucks. It sucks let me tell you. And i went and had the surgery i had. The you know the the the surgery to open up my nasal passages and that helped a little bit but then you know. They sent me to the sleep guy. And i got one of those Those mosquitoes pap smear machines or whatever and what the hell that thing and you know but it doesn't help so i don't sleep so it's very rare that i'm up early on a saturday. It's very few people that get up this early on a saturday. It's like my mother. My wife and mr warren. Hey so and oscar won't be here by warren hayes shirt on. Are you still selling the shirt..
"two pictures" Discussed on Pantheon
"Or whatever had to car speakers that i would put on my bed to to listen to music just the way i wanted to hear it. You know at a wide him up hooked him up. I put that album on. And i i can still picture myself at at that moment and so it was. It was quite profound. Plus what's out specific. What he did that was so amazing to me is because i was in school band. You know and you play. Nobody wants to play the clock. And all the bells and yeah. I did the the marching band for the football team. That was fun me marching band to all kinds of fun but but neil made those percussion instruments cool. He made them cool and he used the greatest instrument in history. It was on Cinderella man he used a vibrance lap. I'm like what is a vibe slap. I will never forget them. Reading the back of lp record. I would just keep reading it over and over and look at the two pictures that were like thirty five thousand times and so i'm like what is that and when i got back to the school ban they head vibe slap just set like eight hundred dollars anyway so it was profound and yeah a lot of people obviously know him as just being this amazing drummer but all of these stories come out about what an unbelievable intellectual he was when it came to music in general while. I'm glad you said that. Because that's what i was going to go to was To speak about his soul permeating these different things and coming up the same whether it was the bicycle riding a motorcycle riding or whatever it is that he did his his car collecting. it didn't matter. From what i understood. I never. I never met him. And i never intruded on them. The opportunity was there once. I didn't i didn't i couldn't i can't go and bothered god right now just going to be over here..
EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"two pictures" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Hello at evening news. Daily dot com question of the week. This week which you can email to the same address is all about that Social media memed. That goes around saying how it started how it's going people post two pictures back in the day and then the current situation so how. It started how it's going. Tell me your version. Your journey of that so familiar. I how i started would probably be getting up. Dieselgate probably emmy thinking they suck. I've been lied to how is going on my second. Av little podcast a couple. listen to. that's my house it started. How's it going you email me yours. Hallo at news dot coms my address. Okay let's continue. Let's talk about a new car. But before i do a quickly mention just took tesla's screens. There was flying around today. I don't know if they are genuine only given too much time. It's from somebody who posts a lot of stuff on twitter and he's always posting twitter stuff like just finding random stuff online and then reposting it rather than i like re tweet because you know the source of the information or at least if you're going to rip someone's fights off right click and save on your device or whatever and then reposted as if it's yours at least credit the source but this person i had to follow them because they were like. Hey these to this. And i'm like that's not the whites behave. If you are on social media always put your source if you want to be taken seriously like. I got these photos from this website. I found these photos on these twitter feet. But this person doesn't do that so i thought well i don't want to see what you you're posting. They have said they got enormous sources within tesla. That post some pictures. That are meant to be mega costings of the as in the x. I'm not engineer. These are big lumps of metal. Could be anything really if it's true though it'd be interesting because that would mean the front and the rear end of the as in the x. Have been redesigned re-engineered compared to the cars that were on sale only a few weeks ago the new versions that are being shipped out. I win the lines restart the end of feb for the s end of april might for the x. Anyway we wait till twenty twenty two. They'll be no extras on sale in the uk. This year an interesting stat for you and so if have re engineered the s and the that's interesting because once again the cars look the same from the outside underneath totally different and that that reminds me of the modal. Y which. I've mentioned a few times before by finding interesting. It's not good or bad. I like sharing my thoughts with you and sometimes you tell me i'm wrong. Sometimes you agree But like the model y it'll be made differently with different cells. Different batteries in fremont shanghai and berlin. Like here in europe. This summer we saw the is totally different under the skin. Single piece rear front and structural battery forty-six. It cells looks the same on the outside though from the cars on sale all around the world. So it's interesting. Isn't it like you know the they'll make the car and call it the same thing and it looked the same but underneath very difference i wanted. They have made the underneath of the s. And the very different. Watch that story and keep an eye on it next. Geely which owns volvo pulse. Nah the london black cab company and more they've got a company called link and co in china and the company and they've just a new teaser of the interior of the upcoming high-performance..
Reverie True Crime
"two pictures" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Her he had worked as a quote unquote child prostitute and that he feared for his life noreen and john. Gosh were divorced at this time and john has no idea whether or not this happened what noreen would find on her doorstep. A few years later. Mike confirmed this story. The authorities only had her word to go on about what happened when she says johnny stop by. She still stands firm in her belief that johnny was kidnapped to be a part of a child. Sex ring and the investigation was only stifled because there were big names involved in what happened to her son and in the child sex ring the private investigator they had hired was supposedly the one that told her. That's either what happened or likely happened. I think ever since then it's been something she can't shake it definitely does make sense. But i don't think the pe-. I should have said that if he didn't have some kind of evidence to back that up johnny's parents still believe he is alive. Somewhere and i'll edge is because the i had told them this and they believe it so much they just can't explore any other avenue but maybe johnny really did show up and speak to his mom. None of us can positively say that didn't happen and at the same time it could have never happened. Authorities have not said the child trafficking or child sex ring. Theories are not possible but they simply don't have enough evidence to say that's what happened on september first two thousand six. Noreen claims that someone dropped pictures off by her front door. She posted some of these pictures on her website. These photos are disturbing to say the least. She says there's a black and white picture that is of johnny when he was twelve. He was bound gagged and had a human brand burned onto his shoulder. Another picture is of a man who may have been deceased with something around his throat. Noreen suspected that he was one of the people who molested johnny later on. Noreen would say the first two pictures were found on a child porn website on september thirteenth. Two thousand six a letter with no name was mailed to the moines police. It says quote gentlemen someone is played a reprehensible joke on a grieving mother. The photo in question is not one of her son. But three boys in tampa florida around nineteen seventy nine to nineteen eighty challenging each other to an escape contest. There was an investigation concerning that picture made by the hillsborough county sheriff's office. No charges were filed and no wrongdoing was established. The lead detective on the case was named xaluva. This allegations should be easy enough to check out. end quote nelson's alva- did confirm. The letter was accurate and he investigated the black and white and nineteen seventy eight or seventy nine nelson said quote. I interviewed the kids and there was no coercion or touching. I can never prove a crime in quote. There was a documentary that came out and twenty fourteen called who took johnny in the documentary and is told that one of three of the boys in the pictures were identified by police. Not the boy that noreen things is johnny. She still thinks it is johnny and the picture. There's a theory that suggest it was the work of pedophile working and the top branches of government and law enforcement sailing children on the black market and forcing them into prostitution pornography. Extortion and things that are even worse as humans. Isn't it easier to believe that such things could possibly not be true as we have learned through studying things like m. k. Ultra not saying. This is the work of the c. i. A. or anything like that. I'm just saying these things are well documented to have happened back in the fifties and sixties. It's a hard pill to swallow but it is one thing to take into consideration as it isn't in the realm of impossibility. There have also been rumors and conspiracies. That jeff gannon the white house. Reporter is johnny. Gosh no dna tests have proven this to be true at least as far as the government has told his right the last thing. I'd like to go over as paul banacci and the franklin scandal in nineteen eighty nine paul blamed lawrence e king junior. Who was an extreme advocate for the republican party businessman and a director of the franklin credit union in omaha nebraska of being in charge of an underage prostitution sex ring. He said that lawrence had been grooming abusing an oppressing him since he was very young. Paul said that he was lured in by this franklin pedophile network when he was only twelve years old. Paul was made to look over the boys that were brought into the rain. Paul admitted that he took part in the kidnapping of johnny. Gosh he said he chloroform. Johnny and the getaway car. Noreen immediately went to the jail to visit paul. She wanted to hear what he had to say. She said that. Paul told her things that only someone that had truly interacted with. Johnny would know the des moines. Police never interviewed paul in person despite the fact that he admitted he played a role in janis. Abduction the fbi blew off paul's allegations and chose not to follow any wounds that he had given everyone was made to believe he was a liar. Paul was assigned to psychiatrists by the court and they diagnosed him with multiple personality disorder. This was likely nurtured in him by the adults in the pedophile ring. If his story is true sodomy is said to play a vital role when trying to control children and to split their personality. There are many interviews with paul on youtube. That i suggest you watch to form your own On this in a nineteen ninety-three interview. Paul talks about being at the formation of the north american man. Boy love association and a boston catholic church. He was not the first person to ever blame. Lawrence for these dirty deeds. Accusations were made by girls that said they live with jarrett and barbara web. These two were members of the franklin credit union board. They were a part of the sex ring and would adopt many foster kids.
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Thank God I'm Atheist
Archbishop of Canterbury says Church needs to reconsider portraying Jesus as white
"I WANNA. Do a follow up a little bit on. Something that we've talked about. A couple of weeks now on the show or at least come up and then we kind of really addressed it. And that's the idea of like white Jesus right why Jesus Jesus so this is an ongoing saga. of people rightfully pointing out the fact that the European and North American version of Jesus is. Racist. Wrong. It's wrong, and it's an an and it's. Definitely leads to sort of this white supremacy sort of thing right because like. Devoid surpremacy leading-edge. Yeah absolutely well. As? The arch. Bitch Bishop of Canterbury one Mr Justin Welby He's the head of the Church of England of course He was on the BBC. BBC Radio Four. And he was asked about what he thought about the Western image of Jesus, and maybe if it should be reimagined. And goes sure, yes, of course, it does right. And he, which I guess probably is not all that surprising. When you know a few things about you know Church of England, but he goes on. He says that he has seen Jesus portrayed in different countries during his travels. You go into their churches, and you don't see a white Jesus you see a black Jesus or Chinese, Jesus or Middle Eastern Jesus, which is of course, the most accurate. you see Jian Jesus you see Jesus portrayed as many ways as there are cultures languages. An understanding's is what he says. Okay, and so I've never seen a Figi Jesus. Will. Have you ever been to Fiji? I have a feeling he might have been. Sure why not but nonetheless the? This caused a little bit of a stir in the UK, you know. People are going to disagree with any sort of thing. Anyway. He was denounced by all sorts of types I'm sure they're conservative types, or whatever right, but one of the things. That I think this raises. Is. It kind of a question of if you know. If you can create your God basically in your own image, right? Right like what? What does it matter? Doesn't that just backup the whole thing that you are creating your God own image? Always you're. You're like like right, so it's just made manifest this thing that people already already do and it's just so just so happens it. It's little problematic. Extra problematic perhaps with white people. Really to think we're the best you know. It's just so funny it's just like I. If you are unwilling to just go with the historical guy that you're pretending is, the is the reason for your whole religion like there's this. That you're super into. He's your, do yeah. If. You can't just go with him right. then. You're making it up. You're admitting that you're making it up. So I think you got a bit of a problem there. Guys let him be Middle Eastern what's the problem? You know what he looked like. We all know if you if I showed you twenty two pictures of. dudes from different parts of the world, said point to the guys that might be Middle Eastern. You're probably going to get it right. Yeah as four you know. Which one of these do you think Jesus actually looked like? ooh, that's. Why is that so hard? That, why is that so hard?
C-SPAN2 Book TV
UK hit hardest of European countries by pandemic
"Good to have you back prime minister I'm you made the important point that we were going to the reasonable worst case of five hundred thousand deaths box well I already charts the death toll in the U. K. is also be the western Europe certainly among western Europe as we head to head into the second phase what lessons have you learned from that seemingly worrying outcome secondly I'm because of the unprecedented help you are giving to struggling individuals and struggling businesses the national debt is rising by hundreds of billions of pounds or what amounts in in peace time how great is that when we all through this crisis you will feel compelled to cut public services and move it back into a new era of austerity okay we'll move for the festival a robin on the UK's international comparison I think is very very important that people should understand that the collating of of data internationally is is the the devil with with with difficulties and comparisons are very very difficult and actually I think that the the only real testing the real combat comparison is getting the complete comparison is going to be possible at the end of the of the epidemic when you look at total excess deaths most Oscar crystal Patrick to say a bit about the actions so the I genuinely think when I look back at what the U. K. who's who's done I think that and and by the way we we we will be putting the lock down it was earlier in the Cup of our epidemic that it was ready to be speaking in in France Italy and Spain I think we did the right measures at the at the right time and don't forget that you know people talk about the difficulties of lock on some very good questions about mental health suicides it's a it's a very very demanding thing to Oscar population to do very tough and so I think it was completely right to make our period of looked down I come inside as far as we possibly could with the peak of the epidemic that Pete as I said just now who's who's passed I do think that broadly speaking you quit learning lessons every day with any lessons every day but I do think that broadly speaking we did the right thing at the right time and you know just you know since you make international comparisons let me remind you that at the time we have to take this very difficult decisions we were looking at a situation in which is seemed a little too plausible the people would not get ventilated bets in the way that was happening in other countries and it seemed really possible the people would not have access to intensive cat as we were seeing happening tragically in some other places around the world and together this country really did come together to protect the the NHS to the tune forced to obey the social distancing rules and and to save lives so overruled either I'm not gonna pretend that we don't listen to them listen everyday quickly than lessons every day but those are the those are the conclusions that that I draw it on the on the international data we can see a wait and see until to the end of the the epidemic on your second picture question which is entirely legitimate one would you know what what my instincts are all wrong but I think the economy will bounce back strongly I think that this government will want to encourage that bounce back in what kinds of ways but I've I've never particularly the the term that you that you just used to describe a government economic policy is certainly not be part of our approach posterity by the way was the time he does he is refusing to go on set I'm sorry presenters when I I come from a profession as Patrick does when learning the lessons off you've got we've gone through something is absolutely critical totally accept the basic premise of your question which is we must learn lessons at the right point but what you doing today frankly is do that in the middle of something we all know you went near the end of this epidemic we are through and it is very good as a promise to side with through the first phase of this there is a very long way to run for every country in the world on this and I think let's not charging in to whose one who's lost at this point that's actually trying take it quite you know quite carefully learning lessons one another's we go along but if you want to see how this actually is difficult to do technically doesn't excellent article in today's guardian by professor David Spiegel holds a yes which is actually lays out why comparing Kylie the death of the sea on the cross he's very very difficult to do and to be done with extreme caution I said repeatedly and I will say again the metric we should be using when we do get to the point this is the right thing to do which is definitely not yes he's cool because mortality adjusted for age sex is the key metric we've discussed it today amounts to a lot of the scientists everybody agrees this is the key metric and the reason for that is every country measures it's crazy cases in a slightly different ways they're comparing it with one another is largely a fruitless exercise but the wrong comparisons to make and they're certainly technical things all the time we can learn from other countries and to be clear other countries coming from us for example the ability to get people into trials of the men into something by the U. K. is taking a leading role so I think the lessons come in every direction but I think that's the the post action review which we absolutely must at the right moment and we are definitely not at that stage yet
Lights, camera, Oscars: Meet the creators decolonizing Hollywood
"I'm Rosanna the dear child. Talking all about rewriting Hollywood's image of indigenous people from the inside and five indigenous. Writers Comics are doing just us that working on a brand new Sitcom for NBC. Called Rutherford falls unreserved producers. Tenant met up with them on the paramount studio lots in La just outside the writer's room where things can get a little silly job Tassell fulltime job. My name is Janisch meeting. I'M MITOCHONDRIA LAKOTA. And I'm a staff writer rather vol's my name's bobby. Wilson I'm secede secede Awan Awan Dakota and I think a little bit of White House staff writer Donahue. My name is Tania as Chavez. I am a citizen. If the Bishop how you tribe molly member one tribe relations are I am Navajo Pie in San Carlo Patchy achieve and I am the story editor on the jets. My name is Tyler Claire. I am Mohawk and mic-mac from from going to walk in Quebec and a staff writer on the show it's pretty great. AFC or analysis Hanish land nearby Cheektowaga Additionally my name is Sierra Teller Analysis I'm member of the Navajo Nation. I'm born of edgewater people in for the Mexican people and I'm also The Cook Creator of Rutherford Falls. I created the show with Ed Helms and Mike sure who both worked on the office in my created partner in Brooklyn I nine and the good place and so we've been working on this developing this idea for about a year and a half now. The show runner is really sort of like the boss. But they're also a conduit between in the producers and the other CO creators and the studio and the network and then also the writers so there's kind of jack-of-all-trades sort of shortstop position. I'm going to say that. This is the first native show runner in America and I would say this is the first TV show that has this many stuff writers and writers that Arnie if I could be wrong but I won't back down. Toss it would be my hype woman. The most basic question to start with what is referred falls. What is it about we such a hard time explaining what the show is? But it's awesome so like definitely spy side in there. I'm not it's all about the town of other falls which is this tiny town in upstate. New York that is adjacent to a native reservation and the town is sort of turned upside down own when there's talk of moving statue that commemorates the founder of the town. This Guy Lawrence Weatherford. And the last Rutherford to live in the town is this Guy Nathan in played by Ed Helms Nathan Rutherford and he just loses his mind over it. And because you sort of can't let go. It causes all these other dust ups in the town including his friendship. unshipped with Scroll Regan. Who is native American one of the things? I think that I love about Mike. Sure shows is that he sets out to really try to say something big in a super funny super assessable way talking about the bureaucracy of government with parks and REC or talking about like. What does it mean to be a good person with a good place and I were two picture shows? People be like what the hell are you talking new out but he has a way of sort of condensing and making it funny and making accessible way that I really enjoy and so I think we're talking a lot about like what are first stories. What does the American narrative? How does that American narrative affect all of us? And I think we've found a way to sort of make funny interesting version of that so for people who can't see where we are. Could you describe have a where we are. We're in a fort on an ancient Hollywood burial ground. There's a couple of Indians in there. I think Joey Ramone Well look at his heir where paramount pictures studio. So it actually is one of the oldest Hollywood studios you on point Bobby. This is the old blue studios which is on bay. Does your Anez and Lucille Ball. It's unoccupied territory and its content. It is one thousand percent haunted. We're surrounded by a lot of videos and so you get to walk past them on your way the office and like look in and see people making TV and movies. It's pretty wild everyday that I come here. I'm like holy. I can't believe this is my life. That's what I say. Every day we'll settle into the office very quickly very very quickly. Bobby put up artwork mark. We got rugs pillows. They got native real quick. Colonial settlers. We settled settled. It's actually one of the nicest writers rooms we've I've ever worked in. They usually look like these like really Friday sad dorms. It's preach ikya plants Manson furniture and blankets. It's nice so many gods so much I was a kid and I would go to my white friends houses they all have pantries ebbs and like French necks and lunch ables caprice and I didn't have that and so this kitchen I feel like is amazing. We are the rich kids now day one we were so like. Yeah if we'd have water beat the great shirts. Gosh I'd love to chat with you about how you work together. What is a day of work? Look like are you making each other laugh Just watched the movie black cloud. It's like that daddy issues. A lot of fights. There's one wall that we we can all punch his. I'm getting a lot of straight answers from the corner here. And it's a pretty traditional writer's room we blue sky and then we just go through and sit on a couch together and talk about the things that have happened in our lives. And that's what's look great but having so many native writers as I feel like being the only native right on a show and ask you a question you have to represent then everybody and what's so great here. I don't have the answer. There's a good chance one of the other writers we'll have it other native writers and that's so it's just so nice. There's such a weight off your shoulders. I was really amazed by how collaborative has been like. I thought we were going to be like Austin delegating. Some like random small space windowless room place. But we're actually like working together on couches is all day making jokes. It's phenomenal so what was the first day working together. Like I can't answer that because I feel like I have a moment. He's he's just a moment because this is the first time that I've had native colleagues in any workplace and it's so cool to come to work especially in TV and be around other native writers. When I had my first meeting with Sierra at Homs was in the room and her and I were just like talking points like she remembered he was there and she was like? Do you have anything that you say. And he was like no. He's this is amazing. And what's amazing is like we get to cut out Indian one on one and we just get to get on on with the humor and the stories and it's super cool. That's the most exciting thing for me that I know on the first day is that it was also the first time I think we've been the majority in any space. It like influences the vibe and the culture of the room for sure and it's just it feels really familial and it also also is I think influencing the storytelling quite a bit. It's it's pretty magical. And what about putting the writing team together were you part of that Sierra. So could you. Could you tell me about how you put a writing team together for this show. Sure I mean it's really just been like I sound like a Pollyanna but like a dream come true in a sense of like. I figured there'd be like one native writer later and have to fight for it and Mike was like. Oh no there should be like half. The room should be native but to two hundred between woman a white guy should be half and half and he just has such incredible influence so the three of us at Mike and I met with a bunch of different writers from all different backgrounds. And it was so cool that you're told all the time well there there aren't out there so it's GonNa be really hard and it really wasn't and it was just a really cool idea of like who are the funny native people that I know or discovering and then we put them all together with a bunch of other funny writers from different backgrounds and friends runs that I'd worked with before. It's a really exciting time because I feel like we're all getting to do something that is like genuinely funny genuinely interesting but also very much from a native have perspective and kind of juxtaposed that with a traditional white American perspective. I think we're going to have multiple native characters. There's like two main native characters on the show who have very the different views of just everything and I think there's something interesting about their scenes where native people are talking to people about whatever and not necessarily about housing native but sometimes and I think the exciting about getting to to write those
This Is Why You're Single
"Hello You know something. I've talked about a lot before in the podcast is how important it is to me. The person that I'm dating is friends with my friends. Guess like it's different for everyone. Everyone feels differently about this. There's no right answer but for me. I want them to get along. It doesn't need to be besties to be best for me like I want them to have the kind of relationship where or they can hang out independently of me like yeah. That's that's like a bigger ask. Yeah I mean it's like my ideal world but that's why I'm feeling very hashtag blessed that I that is a worrying situation that I have with N and my friend you have curated your boyfriend and your friends to have like a place similar vibes. Were they all get along and like to chill. Yeah so The other the other night my friend send a text to me and and she was like I have an extra ticket for this thing and I wasn't available available in the NBA. I'll go so they went on a little date so explain to list listeners. Who Don't have the same desire as you do for your friends to hang out also low with your with your boyfriend? What is the reason that you want them to like? Hang Out Solo and be that close of friends. I think it's two things number one. The last boyfriend that I had before Ian did not get along with my friends as you went the totally opposite way because they didn't get along at all instead of just getting along. You were like I want you guys to be super superclub right. Like he didn't love them they didn't love him and it was just like I always felt like I was having to choose like am. I going to spend time with him or them it because he ever ever couldn't really do it to get right which which like cramped my style a little bit. You know so this is like not to say that like I don't have alone time but it's nice when we can and also just like I can spend my time with like multiple people that I care about so that's one aspect of it and also I think maybe because like I'm an only child and I have a small family like like my friends really are kind of like chosen family which is so cliche melodic only children. Yeah so it's almost like you wanting your your significant other to get along with your family. It's like the same thing. Yeah okay that makes a lot of sense so yeah I like it makes me think of. We had that listener that wrote in remember she like her fiance. I'd say it was gonna go to like a theme park with her friends because they worked together and she was all upset about it. Totally the opposite of you right. Yeah she was like I don't know do I. I want my friends hanging out. See I am more in that camp but not to an extreme I. I don't know if I would like love nick like go and hang now with like my best girlfriends whereas nick and I have a lot of mutual friends that we hang out with more couple friends and like kind of like the podcast comedy crew and like he would hang if he hung out like any of those girls or but like my friends that I've known for years and years and years longer than neck. I don't really need them to hang out and I actually kind of prefer vert this way because when I go and hang out with with them one on one it's like it gives me like my independent kind of girl time away from neck whereas making I do so much stuff together. We'll go on dates with like our core group of friends that that are kind of mutual friends so I don't really need him like hanging out with my girlfriends on top that we luckily it's kind of like based on what we're doing. It's clear whether it's like. Bring your significant other. Not 'cause it's also my crew that I do my single girl time with see the problem from I have is what about when you're in a fight with and you WanNa Talk Shit on him and now I can soldiers that okay but they will provide a very balanced Because they'll they will kind of be like well. What did you do you know? You're never worried that they're going to tell him anything. No it's not like that but we you aren't. You are still number one. Well Oh after they had this friend date we actually in the group chat. We were joking around and I was like I mean you still have to like me better than Ian yet. But that's not true and she was like actually I told interview as they were broken up. I would definitely with both of you unless he did something awful and I was like what if I did something awful and she was like I would still be your friend. Okay okay okay okay. Good so I was just yeah. There's there are ground rules like you can always forever like better And I I whether this is right or wrong. I think that's fair. Yeah right and if even if I like cheaters terrible use you still have to be on my side of course worse but not on. His friends have told me they've cheated and I'm like I got your back. I got your background your present exactly because like I've that's what what friends are for that. You've gotTa love them like objectively. You might not always think they're good people right and then you can actually ship people truly hurting others. You can decide decide whether you want them still in your life. But if they're good people making bad choices that happens. This is the choice that you're saying and like maybe not a good one. It's maybe not one that I would make. It's maybe not a good one but I got your back and you can tell me all the juicy details and yeah but yeah so. It's like when I went about you. Get a more a balanced take from everyone which maybe sucks for me a little bit but ultimately it's probably good. I feel like I still get a balanced take because even though nick doesn't hang out with my girlfriends friends one on one they've been around him enough to know that he is a good guy. I think it will destroy the podcast one time where I was using his computer for something and I found the picture of like a girl girl in lingerie yes and I like told my friends about it. I was like what do I do I I. I still don't think he was doing anything wrong. And I don't know what the explanation could possibly be but I just have a feeling that that he's going to have an explanation. These not not cheating on you and this is not a girl that he knows the dissent him. Anything to right right and they were right ended up being that it was some. He was actually trying to help me with some like. I Dunno editing program and like try to get the editing program for free online which is never a good idea and needless say it was like a spammed damned program that he got that flooded is computer lingerie pictures naked ladies but by the way like best type of spam if you're a dude just conveniently beenleigh tucked away on your desktop and he thought he had deleted all except he didn't delete this one at least. That's the story told me I'm sure there's a lot of listeners. Listening being like that's bullshit by the way right right I believe one of my friends you know with out. Nick is tech savvy enough that he was like jerking at two pictures of ladies in lingerie. He wouldn't save it true you know. He would clear his whatever. He's folder history. I also feel like that's so old school so just just a stationary picture. You know not not like moving porn. Exactly he's he's too modern. I believe yeah so anyway. That's my week what's going on with your week My Week's going good accept so I went to go do my laundry a couple of days ago. Typical right yeah. I'm all activity vivid normal activity. We have we have like Washer Dryer in our apartment and go in there after like an hour and the entire laundry room is flooded a foot deep and I was like Oh my God and as already having a pretty stressful day just with trendy of my medical bills and just a bunch of bullshit I needed to buy for the house and I was like you know Oh like total domestic woes you'll mastic woes of nothing is that terrible but but it's just causing a lot of anxiety and stress and it. I was just one of those days where it was the end of the week and I was just having a lot of anxiety and then I open like a foot deep and I was like Oh my God oh my God and I call neck and I was like you need to come home. Our parents flooding. I don't know why I surely would not know what to do me. Neither I was like how do you hoes up this water. I just. I didn't even know what to do. Yeah I I took everything on laundry while waiting for neck he comes home and he's like he could sense that I had a lot of anxiety and it was a big pretty big project but he looks at me he goes go in the bedroom. Got This is there anything sex. You're not nothing. And then of course he knew what to do. He took a bucket and like bucket. It the water out one by one into the secret and I was like Oh yeah I was like dvd the Fire Department and get like a hose to host the water. I how does the Water God. He's like a bucket. Okay I think I would just wound up ruining my towels and just throwing towels down. I mean it was impossible. It was like a pool it was like a kiddy pool and so he was go in the bedroom. I got this I was like. Do you need help clearly. Hoping the answer was no. I was just having already so much anxiety. And he's like no I don't I got
Orbs Showing up in Pictures
"Should we just get into the listeners mail yeah yes episode going right all right so we need to continue with our listeners story from last week Yes yes our last episode so we had an lease or I'm not sure but she was less told us her mother story and this week we're going to hear her story Ooh Okay Okay so she's if you remember her mother was in within Estonia that's where she grew up she said nothing really supernatural happen when she was in Estonia and she said I always thought that would be so cool oh she moved to the states almost ten years ago her husband is in the military we got stationed in Fort Sill Oklahoma it's famous About that cliff words Komo jumped off heard that Ba Frano yeah yeah we heard ghost stories about people have seen somebody jump off from there over over again screaming stuff like this one day me and my husband we decided to go over there take some pictures and maybe catch a ghost on the picture picture not nice but actually we didn't catch anything weird on the pictures but it didn't stop us we went to Geronimo's grave we took pictures over there and after that we went to ambrose the spring in major's wife hanged herself years ago that sounds lovely once again I took pictures and it was pretty dark when we finally started to drive back home while we were driving thing I took a few pictures from the car window it was a clear starry night where we started to look at them closer made a shocking discovery yeah so the first two pictures are made within a few minutes of each other you can clearly see what looks like an orb on the second one what it is we don't know we were brave enough to go back there in the second day and really on the spot there's only grass and bushes it they couldn't see what could have caused or basically is what it sounds like so really scared them at night Okay Stars Moon Camera Hey I thought we were debating stories a we're not no we're not a listeners are interesting answering questions oh I see yeah okay I thought it was directed at me sorry at wet even crappier we started to look at pictures while you're driving back and you can see that weird falls gone them once again it was clear evening it was enough ghost hunting for us maybe you can find a good explanation was going on because we couldn't anyway a month later we moved to another house in Fort Sill and the strangest things started to happen we heard clear I'm guessing she could hear clearly footsteps Coming ups from upstairs many times it was just me and my husband and our ten month will be be living their doors were opening by themselves you could say it's just a breeze what's opening them but that's opening them but it was the middle of winter and all the windows were locked once When I went upstairs to see what my daughter was doing so I saw her little swinging chair swinging by itself little swinging chairs we there's a baby they have those little chairs yeah yeah yeah and then they swing yeah she was sleeping in her crib and there was no one else in the house that sounds like a horror movie to me like seared the I'm pretty sure I've seen that in a horror movie you up you go into your kid's room and their toys planned by itself like a wind up toy playing by itself and your kids sleeping that's terrifying how we are stationed in Fort Riley Kansas and unexplainable things are going on again? I'm not lying because I have no reason for it. She thinks she's a little defensive okay so you were first when we moved we reading dinner downstairs and we all heard running footsteps upstairs my husband went to check and of course there's no one there once when I was coming downstairs I saw that a big shadow rising behind me I turned around and nothing my husband were downstairs I was in the bathroom I heard knocking on the door I opened it and once again no one one f. o. sleep on the couch and suddenly my seven year old man been going on for a while woke me up and asked Mommy what's that we both heard footsteps coming downstairs and then they just stopped another time I was in the kitchen and heard footsteps coming downstairs jumped around the corner and the stairs were empty one evening when I got my kids to sleep and I went to the bedroom close the door for the late in the closet turned on my husband and I both saw it a few weeks after that I was home alone with my youngest one when the hallway hallway late went on right behind me on that day I just grabbed my daughter and awaited aside from my husband to arrive pretty sure it would do that again I would have done that many times I've seen a shadow under the door lake someone's behind it one evening when our neighbors next door came by and we started talking about what we're experiencing it turns out they had the same thing going on in their house shadows and footsteps and the same time we were talking some books out from the closet sorry it's been awhile since sight read this one again and one other thing is how kids toys are now starting to sing in the middle of the night you would think maybe batteries are almost empty but they can't colby empty at the same time right I talked to this about talked about this with my co worker and he said how the Houston have ghost tours back in the day right where I'm living he is retired for the military now but you also live in Fort Riley and he knows everything about this place so obviously there is something going on more Riley and Fort Sill maybe she needs an exorcism she I actually think she might need some sort of cleansing slab would be my recommendation again we are not professional slow so we're not necessarily just follow my advice on that but anyway so she said these are my go stories I am a tree lever because there's just so much going on that I can't explain I mean seriously it's like a horror movie she's got so much going on that they're more like one of those go shows you know where they talked to the people whose houses are haunted it's classic Ghost Adventures Okay what it's okay there are new sponsor I like Honda the haunted is one of my favorite ones I don't care if I think we talked about this one spoke my one friend thought that it was I thought this to actually that because it's on animal planet we thought it was called the hunted why is job on on Animal Planet but no it's called the haunting and it's great because it talks about how pets can sense things but if they actually do a really good job of the re-creations on that one okay
9to5Mac Happy Hour
iPhone 11 Software Review
"There is new software in Beta for the iphone eleven eleven WPRO that has actual changes so what what's going on for the eleven eleven pro Beta this week yes so oversee headlining thirty point two is the new like quote unquote deep fusion technology for the camera which is eleven in another exclusive at this is like a new set of algorithmic the apples developed as a thing that alongside nightmare since my hasty are and basically depending on the current lighting conditions the the camera ultimately decides whether it's GonNa use the smart hasty processing the fusion processing racing oversee the nights pricing and the night mode you get the onscreen indicator because you get a little badge says not active and he lives up in Orange and you know that's what's happening but for the just generally taking photos you use it. You shouldn't have to know whether you're taking a smashed yeah picture or a diffusion picture apples given it this like a stay with the branding which I think is kind of too much emphasis on it as being a tangible thing the the the way they intend it to be is a completely invisible improvement to the camera app the I think maybe if it'd been it'd been ready in time to shit for point zero they might not even mentioned it as a as a brand name but because it was coming later they needed something more fancy to say this is to associate with with a software update other than just saying they improve contrast dito at because as a general day-to-day user of the thing you should just take pictures and after why and the phone zone this is working properly should let the our them for the job and get the best shot so I smashed yard will be used basically in daylight situations and and then very situations tonight mode and everything in between there is kind of using the the diffusion like pipeline we see in various people do tests with diffusion on and off at the moment the the basic the only good way to see the comparison for yourself is to disable capture outside the frame for photos because for some weird reason diffusion can only work if that if captured the disabled so you have this kind of bow between between the two features side by side at the moment which is kind of unfortunate because capshaw said the framing useful when I've gone some benefit savvy even like the phone I I haven't probably like there's been times I've taken a profile or like a straight on photo of someone an Axon each of the legs off and it automatically back in but I I think the benefits of the fusion improvements while SMO- enough though I'm going to have to leave capture said the frame disabled for the time being and I do my own tests I got like a jumper with threads and Woah and did side-by-side shows on a tripod to try and see the differences I it was my test pictures. Were pretty like opt to random variants of challenge of the pictures being quite similar we see more pictures online of big differences. The no Jeff Benjamin who's doing the video point two or a big change as well it's nice improvement and it definitely helps getting extracting detail and contrast and like image clarity but it's not something that you're probably GonNa Notice is looking at these pictures on like instagram rampage they scroll by artists on your phone screen the differences that we're talking about here when you're playing a picture up to like a laptop screen or like Keno screen I oversee what they showed in September like a nice improvement but is Sato ultimately then today and I think in the in the in the best time line they wouldn't have given so much focus is a thing because he kind of Sabah expectations so high that like the iphone eleven a knife and Lindbergh Cam is really good on their own. This makes extend slightly better and it's basically invisible. The pitcher takes a secretary to process apart from night basically just happens and you don't worry about it which is great but it's not something that you should like hang something off of his like. You can definitely say this the moment you upgrade like a very very subtle difference between the bay. You're in the bay. It's not like nine race literally night and day difference in the picture. It's just a it just a nicer photo have any experience with this diffusion stuff in the Beta yet because because of the the the the Washer view and experience I don't WanNa do need Betas yet because had the customer experience but I you know I'm like mildly interested because I love taking pictures and having the best photos rose from the phone which is an upgrade reason for me but also like in what people are showing me what this online. It's kind of a quite pick it up. You know like sometimes it's like really clear I think matters as to as to if if it will take a better picture if you need it will kick in and if you don't you won't see it because some of the variance differences between the two pictures can be up to chance up to a different angle you know kind of thing slight tweaks and it can be hard to show and even with apple has shown is like these are two pictures taken with it but Nah aww comparison of with and without so so it's it seems to me that the thing to know is that you'll take better pictures but like you said it won't be like night and day like might mode is but I'm I'm. I'm looking for in China now whenever this is not in the Beta yeah it's it's definitely it's definitely better is not a back step and you can definitely see a difference but the difference is small relative to the kind of like so much focus the brand name not fusions given it like it sounds so mysterious and like sci fi but the end result is the pictures. Dude looks like that's kind of like the headline situation so a story that came out this week is you can see in the thirteen point. Two Beta is this thing where apple kind of made a concession session to the like monopoly situation of I message in a way so but only specifically inside Siri that now teaching the Siri the assistant to recognize other data gaps in addition to I message when you ask Siri to tech someone so if you say say message Zach it will when this is currently in thirteen point eight Beta as long as the or the pot yep support the relevant. API's it it can learn the Oh you actually always taught his act through was up for instance which had done but say we did and then in the future you wouldn't have to say message out using wall. Stop at the moment the situations for all the stuff you have to say the name of the APP in the request if you don't sit in any of that be reversed to the stock apple APP so what they're doing in thirteen point two is letting it be more flexible about learning APP for each contact for messaging and they're gonna add thank later as well so theoretically is pushing down some of the barriers the gave message look in in a very small white because he only effects Siri at the moment like and I think it bigger play would be if if they truly allow like the setting of APPs for things like music because I've seen we've seen them at the circuit audio. API But at the moment it doesn't matter how many times you all Syria to play music.
Jason and Alexis
Everything we know about Baby Archie's christening
"I'm sure the RG we solved in everyone and we are very excited about this I don't know why but he's just so you didn't want finally saw front what we saw his face yes also if you haven't seen those pictures will we can talk about those right now but it's six thirty one welcome back decent Alexis in the morning July eighth happy Monday morning Alexis Thompson don McLean G. sin is still on vacation in Hawaii we'll be back next week okay you see these pictures I did as obsessed as I am I am obsessed I'm also obsessed with what they wear because yeah like they have to have unlimited access to just know you don't have a budget now you get to and she are expected to wear designer things meters and the designers work with you directly yeah I love dressing up I know a lot of people don't but this is a dream to me I mean not like fairy tale princess dream I don't have like delusions of grandeur like that but you know it's just it's so it's so they're so traditional like I know they have to be they can't you know shoulder shoulders are you know what it is we're weeks in their dresses yeah so they don't fly up you know and and fascinate orders and you know it's funny how they have like all one color it's very sometimes reminds me of very nineteen sixties yeah so I just loved all the outfits Kate has some of the heart the on it and it looks great he died did it with and it was also a kiss to address Diana war yes and speaking of Diana both of her sisters were there all my gosh in the in the picture of the family there the two right behind the couple in our chi those are her two sisters that's great I've actually never seen them at any offense so a couple people weren't there notably the queen right and of course Megan Markle's dad Thomas and of course he has something to say about it but the queen yes it is busy you operate yeah said that she wasn't there but she can't make everything and also it was the date was changed yeah so she has a very busy schedule she's ninety three years old her husband Philip is ninety seven we know Phyllis tired he is tired so they were some I guess rumor has it that they were at Sandringham which is one of their which is one of their Scottish estates and that they had things to do in Scotland they had different activities and things going on they change the date not at the last minute but it wasn't far enough in advance for her to cancel these very important plans these are plans I'm sure that involve people waiting for her for like they know a year in advance that she's you know yeah things are really important and so she couldn't be there yeah and maybe it would have maybe been nice to see you queen what what's your schedule like yeah can we reschedule this because everyone's going to accommodate you know yeah we'll work it out but there's twenty five people at the ceremony all our guests were gonna change the third time yeah exactly yeah but you know I wonder in the future just if if this baby you know he's you did with the history in looking back it's like oh look the queen mother isn't in my christening picture but they probably are they have a separate pictures that we don't see yeah there sure holding him it's not like he is going to happen photographic memory is there for me yeah all my god wants he'll also miss Charlotte take believe okay and there's been a lot of other things you know yeah like you said it they're busy the old they just want you know they got other things going on so you know he actually had turned in ninety eight Philip did last month it says retired from public duty any doesn't attend many events but apparently still drives a car oh my gosh let's get him guys things can happen can we make sure that Philip doesn't drive anymore yeah last year you got that accent or maybe those this year that was that's right you missed all ninety eight the check in as I sites and you know you don't want to take their freedoms away because I can I can understand I think that I would might feel that we tall it's a problem and everyone is rife sure right how relatable is that for sure and for some people it's relatable just this Thomas Moore Markel Megan's dad wire why do media outlets still talk to him now it's the Daily Mail of course well that's what maybe that's why is that yeah so there you the contacting him what is he said he is going on and on about well I would love to be asked to go he says I was an altar boy at twelve and a member of the queen's church at fourteen arches my new grand sense of course I would have enjoyed being there for the blessing wishing him and his parents happiness and health and then that's basically his statement all right well at least we didn't have to hear from it her stepsister or we could step sister she's like the worst Hey oh boy hopefully has nothing to say about that yeah there were two pictures released of the whole family and so that's really fun to see her mom was there course prince Charles and Camilla over there and William and Kate are the god parents so they were in the picture as well then Diana sisters and there's also a black and white picture of the three of them all says all close together yeah and that's where you really see a close up of that baby get to see his face even more all my gosh river cut his American he's also get mixed race so you're what you just wonder how those babies come out all my gosh right I'm always curious I mean no matter what you just want to see the combo of the parents yeah you know here is the most exciting one of that tire family all yeah he's go you see him and you're like wow okay cool what what did they make you know you just and now we see him as he can does he can you tell feels read here is this you can't really like it's mean if you it kind of looks like he has red hair yeah a little pet the elf what a privilege to see that baby grow up you know who's missing from the picture not just the queen but the the cousins the little kids that's true I think you know they just want to deal with it you think they sit home with the nanny it's like you kind of like it's just hard to manage little kids they're in there the way it's a little probably you know getting dirty or whatever just to have a calm day were the kids learn about maybe the kids are taking naps yeah the the it's funny this is your nap time how convenient oh my gosh yeah it's just maybe it was too long the day for them they're like why don't we just leave the kids at home I love that it's like normal family decisions sort S. and they don't have to follow all these rules that we think you know I don't need to be there and they probably just wanted some adult time even though I know it's for baby but twenty five people there your friends are there your families there kids you see over there yeah and also this was just this picture so who knows who knows that really right what a fun day for all of them also what was the other thing all I wanted to tell you about a
Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
Fake pictures of faces are getting much harder to detect
"A long history of trickery with images in media even famous photos of the civil war. Dead were staged. For more impact technology has increased our ability to alter pictures, and our skepticism of them. Photoshop is a verb now artificial intelligence brings us so called deep fakes very believable, pictures that aren't just altered. They're completely made up, combating disinformation online is a mission for professor jevon west at the university of Washington's information school. He co created the site which face real dot com. It shows you two pictures at a time, and you pick which one is real. It's hard. I got it right. Just thirty percent of the time. I asked west why it's important to be able to spot fake people danger is that you can use these images to do you know things like catch fishing or to write a story about someone that fell victim to a crisis event. When, in fact, they never were real people. But when you. Create millions and millions of fake humans that are hard to differentiate from real, humans were now, sort of in this world where we not only counterfeit money, but we actually counterfeit people, what are the ways that we can tell whether a photo of somebody has been computer generated yes, some of the really easy elements to look for in some of these images. If you're questioning, whether this human is an actual real human or not is to look at things like the background look at the border of the hair in the background, there, sort of strange things. That happens there looked for a symmetry in things like earrings or the bells of sunglasses. It does weird things with teeth for whatever reason there's all these sorts of things that it just it doesn't quite do well, but give it three years, and it'll figure those things out. And this is so terrifying to me because it's like when you can't trust your own senses. Then what do we, we rely on our own like intuition? And so much of that is like, already biased and set to believe certain. Things that may not be true. Like, how do we address this? I know it and this is why it's something we should be talking about. Because I don't know that there's a magical one other than just getting better at trying to detect the technology and the arguments and also just, you know, a lot of the efforts to inject disinformation into our information environments online. Their goal is to make you not trust in anything, including the institutions in which you rely it doesn't want you to trust what you're hearing in the news. And so this is why we need to, you know, jump on this problem as soon as we can as a society, because if not, then we retrenched to our little tiny communities, n even there, we might start to distress tomography depends on trust and discourse. And if that all goes away, it is scary. It does it scares me. In the fact just star. Senses itself are being. Tricked here. You know, I wake up thinking about it at night. Sometimes many times, jevon west teaches at the university of Washington's information school, which faces real offers training on identifying fake photos after doing it. I'm happy to say, I got ten out of ten right? We'll see how I do in a
The high costs of repairing an Apple i-device
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Jefferson Graham USA today. You're listening to talking tech the weekend edition of talking tech where we look back at one big story from the week and this week what could be bigger than when I dropped the apple watch in crafted into smithereens. Now, you know that the new series for addition of the apple watch has a bigger more colorful screen and one really cool new feature. If you fall to the ground in don't get back up within sixty seconds. And you happen to be a senior it will call nine one one and get help on your behalf automatically. But what will it do about the crack screen of the watch it self or more specifically the screen that as noted fell to the ground this week as I was just in the band, and yeah, you should see it now now getting a broken smartphone screen fixed. His rather easy any shopping mall. And most city centers have kiosks and storefronts eager to take care of all of us clutches who drop our phones and get screens easily replaced one of the largest. Terms. You break I fix has nearly five hundred stores, and it says it fixes some sixty thousand phones monthly mostly due to broken streams. In other words, a lot of people break their phones, but you break fix wouldn't even touch the current edition of the apple watch. Neither does rival I cracked or even best buys Keith squad. The reason apple tells me is that the watch is designed in a more complicated fashion. It's not like the technicians can just remove one screen and replace it with another. They would need take the entire watch apart fix it. The parts for these things are really expensive to see. Oh, you break fix told me that the part alone that would be needed to fix that series for watch would cost one hundred eighty dollars, and that's before ending labor. So the bottom line get ready here, you're going to hear some numbers you break in apple watch you might as well. Buy new one device starts at four hundred dollars apples flat rate to fix the screen is three hundred dollars. If you bought apple care for seventy nine bucks. Apple will give you up to two pictures of accidental damage at seventy dollars a pop we're in other words, spend one hundred fifty dollars for apple care. Plus the fixed fee to fix a watch that you spent four hundred dollars on or thirty seven point five percent of the initial costs. Now, these prices aren't that much higher than what apple charges to fix iphones until you look at it on a percentage basis. Apple charges, three hundred and twenty nine dollars to replace a cracked screen of the flagship six point five inch iphone ten s max or twenty nine dollars. If you spend two hundred dollars for apple care now, that's BRUCE'S to seventy nine for the smaller tennis or two hundred dollars for the six point one inch ten are. In other words, you know, you're gonna crack your iphone screen at some point not buying apple care for protection of what's often thousand dollar investment is foolish. Most people. Knowing how fragile their phones are usually by case to protect their device at a cost of anywhere from twenty five dollars to one hundred dollars for the watch. Apple doesn't sell cases, but many third-party vendors do. In fact, a simple search for apple watch series four cases on Amazon shows a cottage industry devoted to rather inexpensive. Looking ten to twenty five dollar bumper protectors for the watch this winter save me as the screen fell straight to the ground. But who knows? Maybe I'm wrong longtime listeners of talking techno that I've been consisted in asks for apple when it comes to new features. Don't tell me about new power. Don't tell me about more power. Don't tell me about augmented reality or anything else. Fancy. Just give me an all day battery and unbreakable glass, that's all I need. But clearly apple doesn't wanna make devices with unbridgeable screens where it would consider this. What's it been motivator for people to upgrade to new phones or watches? Something is wrong with the current model as in a cracked screen fixed the glass issue and apple won't sell as many new ones now in diving into the world of smart, watches and cracked screens this week. I think back to the old tagline Timex used once upon a time for his watch. It takes licking and it keeps on ticking. Well, the apple watch won't keep on ticky needs to be charged. And it certainly won't take a licking. But hey, did a Timex ever call nine one one when anyone fell down? I don't think so. I'm Jefferson Graham of USA. You've been listening to talking tech police subscribe to the show on apple podcast and please favor. The show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show. Look for me on Twitter at love to hear your comments. I'm at Jefferson Graham. Thanks, everyone. For listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. 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