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Virus deaths are mounting in hot spots around U.S., especially among children
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"wendell" Discussed on Past Gas
"These traffic all you on that dude man. Louisville. these travels allowed Wendell to get a taste of life in less segregated areas of the country, making more comfortable around white people a skill that would serve him well in the future. Unfortunately, his father was increasingly drawn to gambling, losing his earnings at dice and cards finally will and Windows Ma Martha split up at the age of seven Wendell said goodbye to his dad as he moved back to Danville with his mom. In Danville, the family lived in a neighborhood called Crook town, and it was where window a bit older now became wise to the harsh realities of segregation, although cooktown wasn't neighborhood of both black and white families Wendell school, almost every public place where segregated. KKK held regular Klan rallies in town when it was relatively light, skinned, maternal grandfather had been a white man, and he could occasionally passes White, but the so-called one drop rule prevailed in the south of the time. Even one drop of so-called black blood meant you weren't granted the privileges of white citizens. When people found out window was actually black, he was treated very differently. Now just like when he used to help his dad fix cars, joy and windows. Life came from things on wheels. In the form of his bicycle coordinator window, he was the only black boy that had a bicycle and cooktown he wrote with the white kids, and quickly gained a reputation for speed and skill. In High School when upgraded the bike to a car, specifically a rusted out modesty that he got for fifteen bucks. Thank God. It seems like a lot for back then. How much is fifteen bucks in nineteen? Years if like thirty six thirty six, okay? Let's go to the old inflation calculator. So like two hundred seventy eight bucks. That's cheap I, still cheap car. I guess you get what you pay for two hundred seventy five dollar car fifteen dollar car back then the model t did not run at first, but Wendell was a fast learner and soon got the car running school was boring, compared to the lure of his car in the outside world, and so he dropped out. Soon found a job that perfectly suited his interests driving a cab for Danville taxi company just like on his bike window quickly earned a reputation for his cab driving. Everyone agreed window was the fastest, and if you had to get somewhere quick. He was your man. The CAB business was also Wendell had his first brushes with the CD underside of Danville. He learned where to take people when they wanted some moonshine or back room game cards. It's like crazy taxi. Wendell dot addition or the the simpsons game that was a total rip off of crazy taxi. That was I kind of liked that game now. That's pretty fun. Yeah I. Forget what it's called. It's not hit and run hit and run. Was The simpsons rip off of grand theft auto, but there was a crazy taxi one as well which I will not. Maybe as Simpson taxi game I, don't know. which doesn't really make a lot of sense to me because there is no taxi character in the simpsons? Yeah, it's true. Never thought of it that way, wow! Imagine living in a town so small. That taxi driver has like A. He's the fastest cabdriver that we got like magical. He'll take you to Crook town in less than four minutes like calling an uber and it's like hey is gonna come pick you up. Oh, good this guy! Fast Yeah Yeah good I'm running late for the airport. If they send if they send Greg to you. Don't even get in the car. Wait for Wendell. Come by he'll you up? But Greg will recover. He's not. He's got thick skin. He won't he is. He's got plenty of of what he called that John's. he's got plenty of John's. He's a prostitute. Guys ever had the same driver more than once. No never no. Have you ever called a lift or An Uber was one of your friends. Know that. Yeah. I. I called lived on time, and my roommate's boyfriend picked me up. Cool I'm on my way to your house anyway. Cool Great. There's a lot of I. mean coming from the comedy scene. There's a lot of improvisers that do left an uber just to make ends meet, so there's a higher probability of getting some Rando improviser. You've done a show with. Just mean he can you to take any great penicillin at CVS or whatever? Out after, this. WanNa. Do do some Meisner stuff when you're done. Yeah improvisers are super like classical acting methods. It was during this time that Wendell had his first encounters with the law to. He got thirteen speeding tickets eleven from the same. You're on Broomfield. His life was going nowhere fast, but it turned out. The COP was writing in a ticket. To friendship. This summer I did have a cop that busted me probably three times in my hometown, and and arrested me couple times. Oh Man, he just had a hard on for you. Spoiler, alert one day windows life would be turned into a Hollywood production. Back in real life Wendell just had to pay a small fortune in speeding fines. What's the most you guys have had to pay for a speeding ticket? Three hundred bucks. Two hundred like high two hundred, and then I also got four points on my license Oh. Yeah, it was a bad year I think I got arrested A. Three or four times a year. which we would have done a background check. Hang a criminal? Wendo had his share of good luck to go with the bad. His most fateful cab fare of the young man's life was when he picked up a nineteen year. Old Girl named Mary Bell Colors like Wendell Mary was trying to better herself. As a young african-american living a white ruled world, she was working as a maid for a wealthy family, going to beauty school on her days off by this time Wendell. Who'd been shy, had stutter as boy had developed, some had developed something somewhat call Swag. He had a car, a leather jacket and the confidence to match. He was basically like. As name Hunky Muscle car boyfriend. He was hunky muscle car, boyfriend WHO's The guy in Dr Ryan Gosling. He was a regular White Ryan Gosling. at Ryan Gosling. Did you kiss him? We know one of my ex. Girlfriends used to make out of them. And then I saw him at cafe one and like she was all like super like flirty with him, and then he was like. You like panda bear. House like. Ryan Gosling. He's like. Biz, good. Is Seen more celebrities a cafe one one than any place. Else I. Saw Danny, masterson Lori, Beth Denver. Heiki you ought to pick, you will go drive. He's like like almost has a lisp almost has like blows knows. Anyway I'll Wendell persuaded Mary to grab dinner with him, and from then on, they were a couple Wendel would give Mary a ride home from beauty school. And they daydream about their future together. That's so sweet Wendell wanted to open a garage one day. The couple's romance was interrupted though by world events, even rural Georgia couldn't avoid the historic events unfolding. Antic and in Nineteen forty-three. Wendell was drafted into world. War Two. Although in many ways, Scott's.
Equine Forum - July 4th 2020
"Poll question, which so many of you are taking time to vote on today on our twitter feed at HR, n., and of course on our facebook page as well was who wins. Today's met Mile Pretty Simple, and we gave you the three favorites code of honor, Vico Mackenzie or other in if you choose. Choose other. Please make sure that you specify well so far. It's pretty tight code of honor getting thirty seven percent of the vote that coma three percent Mackenzie just twenty three percent of the vote, no votes yet for Hog Creek Hustle but I have a feeling. That's WHO Vicki Foley would pick was voting on this particular poll this morning and she's with me now here on the horse racing radio, Network Vicky Good Morning. Good Morning. You know. Don't let that poll. Deter you hog. Creek hustled thirty two one on the morning line. How do we get done today? Well. He's training fantastic. You could ask them to be doing better. I know we're. We're up against the best of the best and We're hoping for a some fast fractions up on the front and So we can have a nice clothes. We'll be stocking and. Make that. Final run. Well I thought I would take you on a little trip down memory lane here. Vicki and look back to thirteen months ago at Belmont Park when this is the way it sounded with. Hog Creek Hustle storming down the stretch. Silver on top the leader by three quarters of length to Wendell Fong, here comes on his Bishoff, looming large on the outside, and the three of them turned for home with autism mischief, making them over the outside up strike silver Wendell fondness right behind them heartbreak, hustle on the move and clothing, nitrous step against the outside of these calls again to with Barranco but private various Cook, pre council nitrous outside. He's dude onto the line Hot Creek Hustle Act. That was nitrous buttle by Bourachot and strike sober a final time of one twenty one point one to. Hog Creek Castle came from the back of the pack that day Vicki I know you remember it well I. Just thought it'd be nice to take you back there one more time. What a performance that afternoon and hoping for similar again later today. Absolutely, It was amazing the race he ran that day and That's what we're hoping for today We're up against. You know we ran with three year olds last year. as we're. Having to step up. Of course in this race. And Seven eighths was his perfect. Distance and But we feel like he'll go the mile. And again we're just going to step back and make our final run down stretch. Yet you know it's it's interesting. Since that win the woody Stevens last June by the way this the last time that he found the winner circle. He's faced off with some heavy hitters. He hasn't really duct anybody He returns to greatest company after that second place finish as the favorite with allowance horses at Churchill. Why was this the right spot to put him in here today Vicky? Well we sit. Decided to go, you know thought that was the perfect place so allowance right? He hasn't had a win. spend Belmont. And? We thought that was the perfect five Unfortunately, unfortunately, like Tony Allen jumped up. And ran a heck of a racist day. We just couldn't run him down. And After they're just really. Aren't any what knee other places to really to run. And we were hoping to run a keeneland. Believe! They had the Commonwealth there back. Before everything shut down seven eighths of a mile, which was going to be a perfect spot. And they for some reason didn't bring that race back. For their short meat. So and Our owners. We just decided that we we wanted to go. We didn't want to run six anymore. Or six and a half. And we feel like that. that. He deserves this opportunity. To and we know, he loves racetrack. And again He. Loves the. Sweeping turn. And we'RE HOPING TO HAVE A. Great performance today.
Cracking the Leadership Code with Alain Hunkins
"Hello, hello, welcome to dose of leadership so happy you're tuning in. Man. What a crazy week! It's been for me I feel like I've been out of touch with those of leadership I've been so busy with family one of my daughters. Unexpectedly, move up to Detroit so to deal with that. Then, I started flying again I actually started flying into. Believe this. Flu Can re second at the beginning of twenty twenty. And then I went on my first trip last week mid June. I'm recording this. On June twenty fifth. was a week ago I went to Inchon. China in Beijing or Inchon South Korea, and in Beijing China and then back to Dallas. Do you believe that? An implant again tomorrow ahead in the Paris of the world seemingly is coming back to normal. But it still feels weird out there I tell you it just does not seem the same. Even when I was in John, it seemed like World War Z. almost there was nobody the airport. Didn't have any passengers on the plane we were picking up. Cargo of all. Things didn't stay the night in China. Because we can't I wouldn't want to. Because of the Cova deal. But it was just weird, but it was good on one hand, but still a stark reminder of of how different things are and. It's a little uneasy and I'll be honest with you. Leadership has been attested and challenged. In the. Early. I really do think this is trying times for everybody but This is a great opportunity for leadership, and hopefully this show Dosa leadership is a great resource for you a free resource for you in your leadership journey. Where authentically we deal with leadership topics, and how all how helping you to become a better leader? That's what it's all about and I know I certainly been tested over the last two weeks. And I'm just like you and it's glad to be back in the saddle and giving you a great episode another great conversation. With Alon Hunkin 's Alana's. Spelled L. A. L., A. N., the French pronunciation, but demand. What a great guest! I really connected with him! We've been trying to get him on the show for quite some time. Even looking back to February and March and and we finally got it done. By about three or four weeks ago when I recorded this conversation and I'm excited to bring this to you this week. He's just a one of the great ones I really. Do. You think so? He's a sought after keynote speaker facilitators coach. He is a leadership expert. He's leadership junkie. It's right in. To the dose of leadership tribe. And he wrote a great book in fact, if I could write a book if I can wake up and morning, said Richard You could write any type of book that want. I think I would write. Like he did and cracking the leadership code. It's really good. It's about three secrets to building strong leaders. And he got. He has a lot of science behind e discovering the brain science behind leading people. He's got a lot of great real life leadership stories in the book and at the end of the day. The book is a practical leadership toolkit to become a better leader. That's what it's all about just like. This show is something that you can put in your arsenal in your tool kit and become a better leader. And I like what he uses to. In the tool kit as you know as with me, I got the four CS Alon has the three CS in to him. It's all about connection, communication and collaboration I love that I absolutely love that. So we deep dive into that in this conversation and we we also what I love about him. He's the first guest that I've had a near that. That references Frederick? And I do that a lot in my keynotes, and so I cannot stand Frederick. Winds Will Taylor and The idea of scientific management theory that came about, and they dusted revolution and I. Still reason why I don't like him is because of the way that he viewed people. He viewed workers as cogs in a machine and He's a mechanical engineer by trade. And he looked at these things, and anyway it Frederick was a Taylor in my opinion has created this. Cultural Rift that still is with us today, even though it's been debunked for the past sixty years that the type of scientific management theory doesn't work in the dynamic environments that we're dealing with today, it works in certain situations, but not overall and the mindset and the concepts that were brought forth from Frederick. Wendell Taylor are still we're dealing with them today in all the organizations particularly large organizations. And leadership is the solution the type of ship we talk about here on those leadership and Alon. Gets a one hundred percent, and so we deep dive into that. You're really gonNA. Enjoy that. My highly encourage you to go get his book. Cracking the leadership code again if I. Could write a book. It would be one like this it's it's that good
How I Built Resilience
"Hey welcome back to how I built this resilience edition so since the pandemic began retail sales have dropped massively across the country is customers are staying home but cliff. Bars actually seen a spike in demand because their bars are really popular among healthcare workers. I spoke to Gary Erickson and kick Crawford from their home in Berkeley California. The company's been distributing cliff bars to doctors and nurses while also trying to boost morale among their employees to me a little bit about cliff bar. What's been the situation for you guys? We're lucky you know. We're an essential food products. We on March twelve was the day we decided to close. Our office is just in one day. All of a sudden. We're like we're not in the awful. How do we run a business when people are are not in the office running into each other and having meetings and and coffee together out trying to throughout so we have been adopting ever since? Yeah it's it's interesting because we have like certain to businesses going on we have our office business and then we have our essential business are two bakeries one in Indiana twin falls. Where making sure that everybody's safe unhealthy. It's really different to have to do this right now. What's crazy so your headquarters. Essentially in Emoryville is closed down right now but you also. Your manufacturing plants are still operating because presumably. There's a demand for cliff bar. People are kind of want to keep things that that are shelf stable and lasts for a while I guess is. Have you seen a big increase demand for cliff bars redid and we did? There was a pretty good spike. And I We were maybe in third place behind the paper and Sanitizer But it's calmed down. You know I think the the object has mellowed out a little bit. But we're still there's demand demand is high and also you know we know that our product is a really essential food for healthcare workers. So far we've given out the first art march three point six million bars to food banks and healthcare workers frontline and then on another where on the second round. Brunell committed another three million through programmer calling Baked with love incentive gratitude Gary when you have been in crises in the past certainly with this business and when you think about it from a leadership perspective. What kind of advice could you give to somebody who is a leader? Even if it's a small business and they're kind of dealing with what's going on right now. I helped would sell duster couple. Things one is Don't be afraid to ask. Question has no answer Kind of off of Wendell Berry mad farmer manifesto of his about four decades ago. I mean we are asking questions every single data we have. We don't have any answer to but you can't be afraid to ask those questions and then if you don't have an answer today maybe tomorrow we've I can't even count. How many of questions. We've had to ask that. Don't have an answer. Maybe one could be like What are we? What is it GonNa look like when we go back to the office like when we first asked the office when is can happen? And what are we going to be walking around with right vase mouths on? And Are we gonNA be social distancing when we're back in the office and how's it going to work people you know. Eat and you know we. We don't have an answer for that right now but we're talking about and then the other part of it is just inattentive. You have to be hyper attentive to everything every day minute by minute hour by hour day by day and went and if your attention to something that comes up and we have people emailing US sane. Have you thought of this? What about this? How come this does happen? We're not doing this. Then you connoisseur out that you have to go to like how are we going to doubt and then as soon as you can't take some action and don't sit on things because we don't have time to sit on things we've been making decisions where we have to act now or tomorrow and we as sorry? We're screwed so adapt and take some action. I'm curious I mean. Obviously you are a bigger company much beer company than than a lot of the vast majority businesses in the United States. But if you think about this crisis and this is a little bit tricky because it's a sensitive word to use but as an opportunity are there ways to think about opportunities or to kind of focus on on the other side like how I mean because even with your business you're GonNa Change. They're going to be things about your products that change when when we come out the other side of this question. We don't have an answer to yes. Go ahead well. I mean I'd like to take a shot at it. I think long you know it. Does you double down in refocus on the things that matter for us? I think it's refocused us to consider what's really really important like taking care of our people but also how we work being efficient with our time being creative looking at a problem imagining scenarios. That don't exist yet like what if this happens. What how are we GONNA REACT? It's really made us much. Nimble in some ways yeah for sure. this is a question from about supply chain which. I think is is interesting. How are you dealing with your supply chain and and are you looking ahead to because it's you rely on nuts and on oats and on a variety of ingredients mostly domestic but some imported? So how are you kind of dealing with? The the possibility chain will be disrupted. That's another question that we don't have a full answer to because we don't know you know we're hoping that that were on getting close to the other side but it's still going to be of months we right now good and because we were in that essential category so we're not super worried about supply chain but were daily back to the daily attentive to it and always kind of ask our suppliers like we're good right. We're right and we do have our frontier team on our side chain. Every morning we we meet together with recalled the coveted nineteen task force. So were meeting every morning with this task. Force made up of ood manufacturing lead our legal team our HR team Our community team and our communications team. And we're we're doing that. So we can keep track of all these things and so we have teams under them that are tracking supply chain all the cliff bars that are going to the stores are. GonNa want in the future inside of balancing. That out is just a big rash or is this going to happen. You know slowly and then you know what level are being of yet but it's interesting that this is a time. This is the first time that our business models to kind of a full test like it's easy when you're not easy but so we have this five lines business model you know sustain Your Business. Our brands where people are our community and our planet and it's worked but now we're in the crisis trying to keep this model ally We're not just a successful company over here. Supporting our community and giving thousands of hours of community service not no work in the fire and we're trying to continue keeping those values in tap and living values so so far so good but Has Not Been Easy.
[Unedited] Ellen Davis with Krista Tippett
"I'm Krista Tippett up next Mike unedited conversation with theologian. Ellen Davis. There is a shorter produce version of this which includes poetry from Wendell. Berry that he read for this show. Find that wherever you get your podcasts. I'm just I'm looking. I'm sort in an enclosed blue booth looking at a black thing that I'm pretending as you. Okay very convincing. Just close your eyes. That's what I'll be doing okay. I'm hearing Chris. I think my microphone is pretty hot and I was but I'm not. I was hearing an echo at first but I'm okay now Illinois. Are you hearing me all right. And his any. I'm I'm hearing you fine. And you're without an echo all right Help just in one more second crystal all right just before we start are you well. Is dwayne wells. I'm well yes. Thank you dwayne Zvili. Well HE'S A. He's a year into recovery from hip surgery and it makes a huge difference so things are good. Thank you and and you and your children. Yeah every everything's good I just Have been doing way too much. Travelling at this new book come out the new. Yeah Einsteins God it's It's a it's A. It's it's drawn from my interviews with scientists and it's a lot of fun to be out there talking about but I'm I'm happy to be back in. My kids are happy to have me back. I bet well congratulations on the US. Send you a copy I should. I actually think I had put that down on a list somewhere. It's important for God so Chris. I'm still feeling kind of loud or it went up again. My volume went up again Okay well now. We're hearing an echo on the other end. What's that okay? I think I'm fine now. Did you hear that now? There's an Echo Ellen. I wonder if I wonder if her headphones are up. A little bit high. If we could have allenton her headphones down a little bit okay. Is there someone turn yes? Can someone turned my headphones down. We're not getting any response to okay. How is this Test is tax defense. I think it does yes. The echoes gone. Okay okay Christie and I have also just to let the engineer now. I've also lowered the microphone. Just a bit because it was above the level of my mouth and I was sort of reaching up toward. How does that work? That's fine? Thank you okay all right so Chris I think I could have even a little. Bit less volume. And then maybe why don't I let me ask you something mundane like What you had for breakfast. I had cereal and food doesn't give you much experience. What have you need a little more? Tell me about lunch that tell you what's in bloom and a guy. Yes Virginia Sweet. Spire and the irises Just peaking and going down. The ECHINACEA is coming up. It's actually a pretty time in North Carolina. I imagine it's tulip time in it is to the people don't think of Minnesota as as lush but it really is. Our neighborhood is just incredible. It was it was. It's it's a very special neighborhood and it was. It was kind of constructed to be harmonious with the natural world and creatures and we even have the occasional wild Turkey and Fox squirrels and birds and So I was travelling in April and I missed that period where the snow is gone. But there's nothing growing and I came back and it was all their everything in bloom feeling. I it's beautiful. It is beautiful. Yeah doing good about levels. I think we're great okay. So I- slightly daunted interviewing my teacher like this and I'm going to have a different role with you I think we can get okay and You know as I was thinking about the questions I might want to ask you some of which I always ask people. I realized that even though you and I have had conversations around these things. I've never quite skewed these questions. I don't know all the answers so so so one place. I always start with people. Whatever we're talking about is Was there a religious background to your childhood and actually. I'm not sure that I know the answer to that question. Yes I grew up. I'm a cradle Episcopalian. Okay I've there's never been a time in my life when I haven't gone to church but I would say that church means quite different thing to me over. Religion means quite a different thing to me. Then I think it did to my parents. Anyone almost anyone else in my family I did not grow up in a family that would have defined itself as particularly religious although we would church always when and how did you start heading towards a career in Biblical scholarship and theology. How did that happen consciously? I was an exceedingly late bloomer. I was in my third of four years of seminary before I decided that I was going to teach But if you look at my resume it looks as though when I was eighteen and I went to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem for Year. I decided I was going to be a biblical scholar So unconsciously what they say in Hebrew Elohim Finger of God. I think I sort of being pointed if not pushed in that direction at a much younger age
"wendell" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
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Human Life Is Literally Quieter Due To Coronavirus Lockdown
"Life on down inside our homes might be noisy outside. The streets and skies are noticeably quieter. And because there's less human sound out there. Many people are hearing more wildlife as invisible. Is Amy Wendell reports? The relationship between human noise and the rest of nature is often discordant. So is our quiet in this moment. Having any impact the Internet is humming with rumors of animals. Reclaiming cities and towns. Dolphins are allegedly swimming in Venetian canals. Black bears are supposedly rating trash cans in La and mountain. Goats have been seen descending the Welsh hills to stroll through town some of these quarantine silver lining stories have been debunked though for now at least the goats seem legit but other anecdotes about nature being more present in the absence of humans. Come from reliable sources. Npr's Eleanor Beardsley observed for the first time in years birds singing throughout Paris. But what really we've on is. I'm sitting by the San River right now on a sunny evening and I just heard a river bird like egrets on polls and stuff. Is that not wild? I have never heard that before. Yeah we can hear subtlety of life around us that we haven't heard in a long long time this is Bernie Krause. One of the founders of a field called soundscape ecology that studies. How all the sounds in an ecosystem interact with each other and with us. Crouse has been recording the natural world for more than fifty years and in that time he's observed lots of ways are noise is disruptive to wildlife to the fraud in Jeff. He tells this story of how back in the Nineteen Ninety S. He was recording thousands of frogs that gather in the spring at Mono Lake in California and Croke in unison Buddhist. Really big almost like all the little frogs have joined together to become one giant frog. It's actually a defense mechanism helps keep predators from locating and attacking individual frogs but cross says the military started doing test flights over mono basin and the roar of the jets would cause the frogs to fall out of sync. Say would take like forty five minutes before they could get in sync again and during that period of time we watched as a couple of great horned owls. Coyote came in and picked off a couple of frogs. Eventually this led to significant population decline. All because of a jet across says it's not just jets it's helicopters and chainsaws and tractors and traffic messages endless mounts of noise until now with billions of people stuck inside our noise. Sprint is dramatically quieter in Paris. For instance a group that monitors noise pollution saw as much as a ninety percent. Drop in human sounds since the city went on lockdown so how is this relative? Quiet impacting wildlife. There was a question trending on Google. Arbor D- singing louder. This is Megan goal. A sensory ecologist and professor at Vassar College. If anything I would actually guessed that the birds are not singing as loud. That's because goal says they aren't having to compete against human sound which could be a good thing for the birds for one thing. All explains noise has been shown to increase stress hormone responses in birds which affects immune function. So less noise right now might equal less illness plus birds living in bustling cities or even busy suburban neighborhoods. Have to expend a lot of energy singing louder so now that things are quieter she says the birds might have extra energy to us on different things like spending time foraging saving energy to feed your kids etc so possibly will see animals that have larger broods or healthier offspring. You might also get changes in how females are selecting meets now out of that speculation of course but I think there's a lot of really interesting things that could be happening while how this all plays out for wildlife is for the time being left to informed speculation one impact of our stillness is ringing clear as a bell so the earth is like literally humming underneath our feet that's right. Yep. Any for Seto is seismologist. Who recently observed along with colleagues in Brussels in California a huge drop in human caused vibrations on the Earth's crust it was impressive It was just a reminder that we as a civilization have a noticeable imprint on the world in ways that sometimes we don't appreciate I for one did not appreciate that. Humans rattle the earth like a tiny earthquake. But we do mostly from transportation automobiles planes trains even are walking registers on seismographs as a kind of constant static and now that static is way less noisy giving seismologists a unique opportunity to perhaps detect more subtle vibrations that usually get drowned out like the ones coming from inside volcanoes close to cities. I think it's an open question. How strong this changes? But it's something that I know. People in the seismology community are really interested in exploring and some scientists are attempting to measure this strange and profound sonic experiment above ground. The silent cities project is a call for scientists journalists artists. Really anyone with good enough audio equipment to record what they're hearing while stuck at home to me. It's very peaceful to walk and be able to hear liberty. Tiny sounds Amandine. Gas is a soundscape ecologist in France who helped create the project back insects moving in leaves for example. Does eating the flowers. Also it's spring right now so so increase also annoys the wildlife. Sounds you hear so far? Participants are recording one hundred and sixty one locations all over the world and the data an expected thirty five thousand dollars or more audio will be available for any researcher who wants to analyze it in the future. Listening to our new sound environment is not just for researchers though ecologist making gall says it can be for everyone one of potentially positive things that could come out of. This is that people are having a chance to interact with the world around them in a way that they may be having interacted with before and those interactions could lead people like eleanor. Beardsley to not only consider the wildlife around them now. The birds singing on the sun but help them keep it in mind as things get back to being noisier.
It's The End Of The World! (Again
"In the village of Giddy Shem Devon England in the eighteenth century lived a woman named Joanna. South caught southpaw became convinced that she had supernatural powers and began selling seals of the Lord essentially tickets to get into heaven which people bought. She declared that she was the woman of the apocalypse as foretold in the Bible and that she would give birth to the new Messiah on October nineteenth eighteen forty one despite the fact that she was sixty four years old. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. We are living through a more uncertain than usual time right now. I wouldn't say it's the end of the world but others might and half history is rife with people who claim to have been told or to worked out when the end of days is coming. The list on Wikipedia is twenty four page downs. And that's really only focusing on Judeo Christian. Prophecies everyone from peasant girls two months to the mathematician who popularized the use of the decimal point. How Theory Cotton Mather? The influential Puritan Minister who played a decisive role in the Salem witch trials proclaimed in sixteen ninety one that Doomsday would occur in sixteen ninety seven basing the date on events that were current to him that he interpreted as fulfillment of Biblical prophecy when sixteen. Ninety-seven passed uneventfully. Mother changed his forecast. First to seventeen o six than seventeen sixteen and finally seventeen seventeen. Mother didn't make any more between seventeen seventeen and his death in seventeen twenty eight but he was still certain that the end was near Jonas Wendell along with other adventist preachers predicted. The Second Coming of Christ would occur between eighteen. Seventy three and eighteen seventy four after the prediction didn't bear out Nelson Bar. You're of follower of Wendell reinterpreted prediction to mean that. Jesus had returned in eighteen. Seventy four but he was invisible that does make it harder to disprove all grant you then. There was mother. Shipton the witch of York a fascinating blend of historical figure and embellished character. Born Ursula South the older and a thunderstorm in a cave in fourteen eighty eight to a teenage mother who refused to name. The father mother Shipton looked every bit like the iconic which would he skin hunched posture. Hooked nose the works. She made a number of predictions all of them in verse like Shakespeare's Weird Sisters in Macbeth. She said to have predicted Henry. The eighths disillusion of the monasteries the great fire of London the reign of Elizabeth I and even possibly the invention of airplanes on the telephone but the first written version of her predictions didn't come out until eighty years after her death and some of the authors have admitted to adding to what she supposedly said. So we're not one hundred percent certain if mother Shipton really said the world to an end shall come in eighteen hundred and eighty one but we can be fairly certain that it didn't the cave in which she was born is now a tourist attraction along with the nearby petrifying well items placed in the well are said to turn to stone. And that's more of a loose interpretation than an outright fable. The water in the well has a very high mineral content and those minerals will attach themselves to anything in the water making. It look like the object is turning to stone. Bona snacked the witches in Macbeth referred to usually as the weird sisters but were originally called the wayward sisters meaning. Good women who lost their way and been seduced by the allure of Magic Doomsday Predictions. Could come from the highest offices in the land. But that didn't make them anymore. True Pope Sylvester the second game pope in nine ninety nine seat with the auspicious-sounding date of the year one thousand looming so Vesta in a number of other Christian leaders foretold the coming of Jesus at the turn of the Millennium and many people believed it like really believed there were riots in the streets. Thousands of Christians fled to the holy city of Jerusalem and many attended what was expected to be particularly interesting midnight. Mass at Saint Peter's Basilica on New Year's Eve when the morning of January first on and it was clear the world had not ended semester and the other Christian leaders revised their predictions. Have you picked up on that trend yet? If Judgment Day hadn't kicked off on the anniversary of Jesus's Birth. It must do on the anniversary of his death. So so Lester. The second declared the world would end in ten thirty three but he was already fifty four years old and sure enough. Didn't have to hear any gainsaying when the apocalypse didn't come the second time because he'd been dead for thirty years a century later pope innocent. The third had a less obvious and markedly less nice reason for his end. Time Prophecy innocent blamed the Muslims Christians and Muslims have had kind of assorted past and innocent viewed Muslims as agents of Satan to his mind. The apocalypse would occur six hundred and sixty six years after the founding of Islam. Which would put it in the year. Twelve eighty four. He too died well before he could see how wrong he was predicting. The end of the world requires perseverance. If at first you don't succeed try try again. You've got to stick with it. Like the founder of the Worldwide Church of God Herbert Armstrong along with his sons Richard and Garner Armstrong picked up quite a following even before claiming that the world would end in nineteen thirty. Six and only members of his church would be saved the Great Depression and the dust bowl probably made it easy for people to believe that our collective ticket was about to get punched Armstrong then turned his sights to nineteen forty-three where the second war to end all wars lent credence to his doomsday claims when life settled into the post war normal Armstrong amended his prediction to Nineteen seventy-two a significant margin of error. People sold all of their possessions to pay for travel to Petra in Jordan. Which most of us know as the Resting Place of the holy grail from the third and Final Indiana Jones. Movie where they would be safe from Roy Moore three which Armstrong said would be all of Europe led by Germany against the US and the UK. World War three did not in fact begin. Nineteen seventy-two or the next mandate of Nineteen seventy-five in December nineteen fifty four Chicago Tribune headline read Dr Warrens of disasters in World Tuesday worst to come in one thousand nine fifty five. He declares the doctor was just passing along the predictions made by Dorothy Martin a fifty four year old housewife from Oak Park Illinois. Martin believed that aliens from the Planet Clarion had beamed messages into her brain informing her that a. Masoud flood would soon destroy the planet. Her prophecies attracted a small group of followers including the doctor who called themselves seekers. Many of the seekers quit. Their jobs. Sold their belongings and removed any medal from their bodies which Martin said would be essential for boarding the alien ship. That would take them away. They gathered at Martin's home on Christmas. Eve Nineteen fifty five sing carols while they waited to be beamed to safety. This wasn't the first time the group had gathered for their exodus. The aliens were supposed to come on December seventeenth but didn't then the eighteenth twenty first and finally the twenty fourth. As the night of Christmas Eve wore on Martin's followers became understandably inpatient finally at four forty five in the morning on Christmas Day Martin announced that God had been so impressed by their actions. He was no longer going to destroy the earth. Nice recovery. Though Martin had few followers their experience has left a lasting legacy. The group had been infiltrated if you will by a small group of psychologists and students from the University of Minnesota led by social psychologist. Leon festinger festinger wrote about the whole experience in when prophecies fail a social and psychological study of a modern group that predicted the destruction of the world. Kind of a lengthy title. But we'll go with it. It was in this book that he began to explore something. You've probably heard of cognitive dissonance. That's when two disparate ideas exist in your head at the same time and you feel uncomfortable until you can find a way to make them fit somehow. Festinger observed cognitive dissonance in the seekers. Who had to repeatedly convince themselves that Martin was right even after seeing with their own is that she wasn't
"wendell" Discussed on Making Gay History
"But in these difficult times when `isolation isn't necessity for so many of us. I also think of Wendell as an inspiration. Wendell created a world for himself he persevered. He bore his aloneness with dignity and resourcefulness. He found community in his church. He pursued his love of music and proudly showed me the gleaming electric organ that took center stage in his living room. He found ways to cope found. Meaning connection and pleasure. Under trying circumstances. I hope the same is true for you. Thanks for listening and thank you to our listeners. Who have recently made donations to support making a history so we can continue bringing lgbtq history to life to the voices of the people who lived it. I know that many people are struggling financially. An orange short. Hello pay their bills. So I'm especially grateful to donors like Bob Bob Liz in Amsterdam and made a donation in honor of his late partner. J Manning who died from complications of AIDS in their apartment in New York City at the height of epidemics. Bob Road as soon as I heard your podcast. I knew that Jay would want me to contribute to it so it was a welcome impulse truly in memory of him. I'm very grateful for your fine work. I remember the bad old days and I know. How did we are to the people you interviewed? Thank you for keeping their stories alive. Thank you Bob. And I'm so sorry about Jay. Many thanks to all my colleagues who produced this podcast a special thanks to Sara burning him our founding editor and producer for producing this episode and into the tire making history director for handling all the post production work to get our episodes out to you so long. Stay safe until next time..
"wendell" Discussed on Making Gay History
"Kept me always aware that was different. If anything went wrong in the town was always I would. It's it's a lot of pressure. It's a lot of racial and Gradually I discovered that I was different and I I was the only one in the world I remember. One time I discovered things were not right. I am I mean sexually That I WANNA kill myself you remember. Were I'd say about fifteen men. What do you remember what you what you thought how you realized you were different? When I knew anything about growth and everybody else was chased napped girls and I couldn't figure out why this didn't make sense to me instead. Listened or so she thought about about killing yourself. I thought one time I just didn't want to go through life split end. I didn't no other way to keep her and I was just completely Down in out so to speak. I gave up practically minding my dad. Come to me and told me what he had heard whether you heard it how you found out that somebody must've told him. What did you do here? You didn't tell them. He told me things. He told me that he had heard that. I was not natural male clinic pitcher examinations and see if we can find out what caused what to do about so he puts M- other I in the car and we go up to Minnesota sort of that was back in the day. Couldn't get placed to stay get a place. E because you're black quarterbacks what did you do buy crackers and Bologna and in the store and take them up. Need that like that. Where did you sleep got a tent? We Got Mondays ten twelve tents and we state in the tenant take all of that and put it to get. It's awfully hard on anybody gear with these white or black green yellow right. That kind of pressure is terrific. How old were you then? I was still quite young. Were you still in high school? Setting goes you must have been terrified. Terrified they've been in hospital for in and out for several days the basket questions all kinds of questions. They determined that that was almost on that there was nothing they could do about it and final report from. Mayo was that According to their state laws that I should be they should report me and had me incarcerated incarcerated for what because I was different? Put in jail in jail. They said that since I was a client. There's they would not do it so we went back home in reporter today. I say this that I was a an adopted child and Alvin used to wonder kid. What will he do when he finds it out? See clearly put me out kick me out or accept when my dad was very understanding. I understand it. I don't think he actually understood but he was willing to accept. I should say So he finally told me says well since they don't know what to do about it. Find your friend that you can trust and bring them home. Don't want you playing around on the streets right on the country. 'cause you never know who's going to step up by the doing your room as your business was. It didn't want me out on the street that helped a lot. At least I was little my mother. She just idolized me. Regardless remarkable people as I look back I didn't think so at the time. No one thinks it's fair to remarkable at the time but as I look back I can certainly appreciate asking me okay if there were no organized gay groups when you were here first year in. Denver that China's the organized group. I think far as I know I had a friend worked down at the depot. The depot were kind of train people and he was gay and he was going to the meeting tonight. I'd like to go along. I suggest how so we went into. Somebody's home I didn't know would I wouldn't group. A guy sitting there. I imagine ten quill movie island. First place I'd say to Know Art of meet somebody who is like me. I mean that was my primary purpose It developed later or as time went on it. Once I found there were others besides me. I was much better able to accept myself. Can you elaborate at all? Would you what you mean by that you see to me? I was always a thorn in the flesh to me because I was. You're on Thorne. I was one time and this This talking about it and going over experiences together helped me to realize. Maybe I'm not the only were you scared. Oh No I think I scared them whereas why did you scare them? Well how's the only black and they probably weren't. They weren't accustomed to having any contact with customers and text books. Come in once I found somebody else besides me that I would say they were up until that time known. It said I knew phew right. But I mean to have a group I had never been in that sort of situation foresee. I was completely happy to find somebody. 'cause I thought I would be accepted and a part of the crowd And I was really happy. The first meeting I went to guys were not friendly. They weren't friendly but that was all right. They didn't know it or Aleinu was I was a lawyer and they're afraid of me. I think because I was terrified low. What's Guy Doing here? Who's he going to turn INS over? Were you concerned about your practice when you went to this first meeting? Abbas concerned about my practice at every meeting. I want to as it has worked for the attorney. General's office at the time. Oh you must have been really First black the first black to work for the General Gotten in Denver at my office. Right there in the capital So every time I went to Matt I was scared first. Allan scared the same thing. Just imagine the Denver Post would come out for page first black in the Attorney General's office turns out to be three yourself off the capital for that one. I sure been raised so much as a underdog. I just would have done anything if I could just taking a step higher save regardless of my games. I was still somebody legal questions. They would ask me. Sometimes I'd volunteer. They talk about something once in a while. I volunteered little information but to be a I was not a hired or paid consultant just volunteer volunteer days. I remember one time I set up a limbo. I had got himself cut with a whole lot of nude pictures. Of course they took him down trial and beforehand why I don't know whether he asked me society but he I knew the judge judge to be gay not so I went down and felt I made arrangements with the judge to win. This case comes up gutsy. You are nuts nuts as I look back. Nah that do not I would down a message to impersonal. Told him this guy was coming under Liens. He could skew when come dine. Withdrawal did took that day off wanting to do it. I didn't want anything to do with anything but I kinda glad after is that I had warned him ahead of time. 'cause he and I were good friends seat. Read regret nothing between us but just good friends and I think he knew me and I think I knew him. He just took that day off. Guyana's votes so you advised on on a number of cases like that. That's the only one the only way I think that was the only one. But you stuck your neck out. That was all that was way out. That was way out. Somebody didn't chop off. Its wonder somebody didn't you must feel at God's been watching over you guys do me. I'm telling you ever since the day I was bored. Yes it definitely Wendell. Sayers died on March twenty seventh nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight just shy of his ninety fourth birthday.
"wendell" Discussed on Making Gay History
"According this introduction on Thursday April second twenty twenty exactly three weeks since my partner Barney and I began sheltering in place at our apartment on the west side of Manhattan. Where it's very very quiet. Some of my neighbors have left town and just about everyone else is staying close to home. We know from the terrifying news reports that it's anything but quiet at the city's hospitals at my brother's Hospital in Maryland. My brother tells me they're getting ready for what they fear is a wave of very sick patients. We've been hearing from friends across the country and around the world who are staying home or working on the front lines to keep the lights on or to save lives in Kenya Rwanda the UK Russia Mexico Denmark Italy Australia and the little island of St Bart's as scary sad and enraging as these times are there's comfort in knowing that we're not alone and that's got me thinking about Wendell Sayers. Wendell lived in a different kind of isolation one. That's familiar to me because for the first seventeen years of my life. I never shared with a single person who I really was. But wendell's experience was also totally different. Because I had the privilege of growing up in a world and at a time where I could later escape that isolation and live openly as a gay person a world that's grown evermore accepting since. I came out in one thousand nine hundred ninety six our listeners. I met Wendell in our second ever episode. What feels like several lifetimes ago in the fall of two thousand sixteen at the time we posted the episode. We didn't know much more about Wendell than what he shared with me. And His nineteen eighty-nine interview beyond his birth in nineteen ninety four harrowing growing up experiences in the fact that he was the first African American lawyer to work for Colorado's attorney general. I didn't even a photograph of him. The episode image we used was a beautiful sketch by artist. Richard Pope that he created for description of what I remembered of Wendell. Since then we've managed to uncover much more about Wendell and his life and we found a photograph to. I'll tell you all about it later in this episode but I I want you to hear his voice. I hadn't planned on interviewing Wendell. I went to Denver and early. Nineteen hundred nine to speak with Elon Barker who had been active in the mattachine society in early gay organization. When elver told me a little about Wendell and his story I knew I had to meet him so I headed to. Wendell's tidy one story ranch where he lived alone just a few blocks away from the old Stapleton Airport. Wendell was eighty four years old. Which you'd never have known from how surefooted he was as he guided me through his house and into his dining room. He took a seat while I said at my recording equipment on the dining room table window was dressed for work in oppressed white shirt. Chris Gray slacks a grey striped tie and polished black shoes. I was eager to step back in time with him so I clicked my microphone to his shirt and press record.
miami - Holland America Cruise Ships Allowed To Sail To South Florida
"Days cruise ship carrying some coronavirus patience is now heading to South Florida as we hear from A. B. C. news correspondent geo Benitez seemingly never ending cruise for passengers on what was supposed to be a fourteen day trip from Argentina to Chile now a hundred eighty nine passengers and crew sick with flu like symptoms and at least four dead with no set date to return to dry land in sight we have been quarantine since the twenty second without being able to go outside three hundred five Americans are among the more than eighteen hundred people who started their journey three weeks ago on Holland America's song dom and Wendell Citi's the ship being turned away from port after port passengers on board feeling trapped overnight the president of Holland America line sending a message into passengers rooms the intention is for each of the ships to work in tandem to try to protect the health
The Inside Scoop on Ben & Jerry's
"There's something really comforting about a pint of Ben and Jerry's even though it's full of sugar and Saturated Fat. It somehow feels okay. You know what I mean. Maybe it's the fair trade symbol on the front or the we buy from local dairy farmers on the side of the pine or most likely seeing Ben and Jerry's photo on it because you kind of know they're good guys that their hearts in the right place and the thing is all that peace and justice and love and equality stuff that Ben and Jerry's kind of tied together with brand it's real. It wasn't a gimmick it wasn't a strategy designed to attract customers. Because it's who they are. There weren't social enterprises back when these guys started and they certainly never plan to get rich but they did do well and they did do good and their amazing story of building. One of the most beloved ice cream brands actually begins almost sixty years ago. When Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield or at the same middle school on Long Island in New York? We were both fat. This kids we were both Nerdy not not in the mainstream socially. We were the two slowest fattest kids in gym class. You know if you're running around the track and you're half left behind everybody else. There's another guy there. Besides you get pretty friendly with a guy and did you end up going to the same high school. We went to Calhoun high school. We graduated. Barry was a math league. I was a debate club. I let her to debate letter and math. You guys grow up in Long Island. You Finish High School there and did you. Where did you go Jerry? Where did you go to College Ben? Where'd you go? I went to a lot of colleges. I went to Colgate I went to skid more I went to. Nyu went to the new school. What you did the circuit I dropped out of all those are And then I finally joined the university without walls which was the most unstructured college program at the time. The idea was that the whole world was your campus. You go out there and learn whatever you wanted to learn the new comeback to this administrative body and proved that you learn it and they give you a degree and I dropped out of there too so that was my college career still too much structure. Fan and Jerry. How about you? I went to Oberlin College in Ohio. I did four years straight. I was premed and applied to and got rejected from lots of medical schools on two different occasions. So so you guys were. I mean look failures. Let's be honest. Chat is untrue. But what happened after you graduate? How did you guys reconnect? Well I I was working Out of school for disturbed. Kids in the ADIRONDACKS. I was teaching pottery there and then I decided I wanted to try to learn a try to be a real potter. You know those who can't teach those who can do well. I tried doing and Nobody would buy my pots so I I left the adirondacks. I moved to New York City in order to get some more other influences on my pottery and of course it was so expensive to live in New York the needed to spend my time making rent driving cab and so I had this apartment. Pretty grungy apartment. Jerry showed up in New York. And you moved into Ben's apartment or you just you just ended up both by did sewed this after I graduated college after my first bout of medical school rejections I moved in with Ben in New York City and then I left and went to North Carolina and after my second bout of medical skirt Jackson's I connected with Ben Again and it was at that point we decided to Put our fortunes together and Open up a little shop which yeah which turned out to be an ice cream business. You know we. We didn't exactly think of it as a business. We thought of it as a venture like. Let's do something because we're right right. That's exactly right. Let's do something for a couple of years and then after we do that. Let's do something else. We talked about becoming cross country truck drivers after we did this ice cream shop so was ice cream. The the the main idea. Was that what you were going to do from from the beginning. Because because I've read that that you weren't really sure what kind of shop be we're GONNA do. Yeah we thought we would do something with food because we'd always liked to eat and we wanted to live in a college town so we thought about picking a food that was becoming popular in big cities but had not yet been brought to a college town and at that time the foods we thought about where bagels and homemade ice cream so we we went to a used restaurant supply store to price out BAGEL making equipment. This was G in G restaurant supply. All New York Luis There Luis this old guy with a gold chain around his neck and a big cigar in his mouth and He he told us we didn't have enough money to buy BAGEL equipment. He also told us I wouldn't screw you. Life's too short so I'm curious. I'm curious were you. Because you guys were mid twenties and did you sit down like you know. Hang out late nights putting out a strategy thinking Starting to think about different ideas you could do together and you meeting in in cafes during the day or was it a candidate even. How did you even start to develop this idea? It was just much less. It was just much more sort of the old days before cafe culture right right. No we did not meet in cafes to discuss this but we did discuss it quite a bit and we researched it quite a bit. We sent away for thirty espy. A pamphlets that cost between fifteen cents and three dollars per on all the different aspects of running a business. This is just like pamphlets from the from the small business that you were available. The government had how to calculate your break even point Pretty pretty basic stuff our goal when we open. Let's to make twenty thousand dollars a year a piece which was pretty good money. I guess in in the late. Seventy s right. No it was shitty money and it took us a long time to achieve that goal when you were in New York and of thinking about what you could do. How did you settle on on an ice cream shop? At how did you settle on Burlington Vermont? Well we settled on ice cream because Bega Clinton was too expensive and we settled on Burlington Vermont because originally we settled on Saratoga Springs and we actually moved to Saratoga Springs to get ready to open up the place and We're spending most of our time working on this business plan for an ice cream shop and doing a lot of research and we took this correspondence course and how to make ice cream. We were doing the correspondence course. We got the big college text book called. Ice Cream by Williams are buckled. Wendell as Arbox. Thank you the father of modern American ice cream and Jerry could understand that very complex textbook because he had this biochemistry background from his failed medical right so there were some other ice cream shop that opened up in Saratoga Springs before us it was called Afternoon Delight. Did they make good ice cream? We left town. They opened up. Just figure we'RE NOT GONNA WE'RE NOT GONNA open up here because we didn't want to compete and we figured we we had a better chance of success if we opened up in a place where there wasn't much competition and originally we were looking for warm rural college towns in the all. The warm ones already had ice creams as we went further and further north opened and the only town left that we knew anything about was BURLINGTON. Which you know is an hour and a half south. The Canadian border. It's cold there wasn't much ice cream here. I just want to pause for a SEC. Because I think a lot of people here Ben and Jerry's and think these guys were hippies which is true and they're you know they're sort of Activists and and but but that it was just kind of slapdash but you guys really did. Actually I mean there were some method to this you researched. You actually scope out possible locations. I mean this wasn't I mean you were really actually trying to do this in a methodical way. We're very hard worker. Yeah I mean no but when you describe it your your And yes all those things happen. But the way you're describing it is putting a lot more thought and planning into it then then we actually did. I mean we. We just took one step at a time and we did whatever the next thing was in front of us. I I think it was near that time that we kind of realized that the word business is you know. Essentially a kind of a busy nece that is mostly commonsense and a lot of
Former Fox, AP White House reporter Wendell Goler dies
"Former fox news channel and Associated Press radio correspondent Wendell Golder has died of apparent kidney failure he was seventy marches are a letter with a look at his career Wendell Golder at the White House Wendell Golder covered Washington politics for a P. radio until he left in nineteen ninety six to help launch fox news channel he covered five presidents over twenty eight years at the White House his work included being a panelist a presidential debates in two thousand seven and interviewing First Lady Laura bush and then secretary of state Hillary Clinton Golar retired in twenty fourteen and joked he was a dinosaur but he had lived through the golden age of broadcasting
"wendell" Discussed on The Free Agents
"That could swim faster than me. That can throw better than me so I didn't have to necessarily high that I'm pretty good throw or a pretty good swimmer. A pretty good any of that. It was like all right. There's a lot of these good talented athletes out here right. What made you want to go on survivor? I mean you apply six or seven row like when did it click there like I could go on that or I think I could win? That or whatever's I started watching Back during season eighteen. I think I saw a tweet from another morehouse guy. Shaun King and he said something to the tune of survivors on his eighteenth season. I can't believe he's still on but me and my family still watch it and I was like man if Shaun King this This notable alum from my school if he watches the show. Maybe I'll give it a shot. Maybe I'll watch. You would never watched it up. Never watched even when it was like the second season Super Bowl forty million people. It was crazy and some of these winners were on like all the shows and I hear stories about them going to these parties in Hollywood. It's not the same anymore you know it's not the same but No I I kinda got into it a little later but I mean now it season forty. I started season eighteen. That's still crazy crazy so I got into it then and I think in watching it I was like man. I'd never been camping before. I've never been starving before but I have dealt with different people and through growing up in Lower Merion and then go into more house in Atlanta down south and doing a bunch of internships and study abroad. All these things I've dealt with different types of people across the country and survivor is this cross section of America. They bring people from literally all over the place. I had a guy named Jonathan on my season from Kentucky Kentucky. And he's my boy but I'd never met anyone. That was such a character before in my life. But I'm the kind of person that can connect with anybody so I'm like you know what the social game I think I could do. Well at that then the physical game. I am a strong swimmer. I'm Kinda Fast Kinda throw kind of. I'm kind of a lot of things. I'm like proficient a lot of things so other than the starving and the camping. I think I'd be pretty good at it so I took a liking to the show and the competitive aspect you know if you're a hoop or every time you get on the court you compete with me in any arena anywhere I go. I compete some like this is a this is the ultimate competition show. Maybe I should give it a shot. Wow and then. We're what were trying to convince our bosses at athletic we're like survivor is a sport. We gotta get a full on Hud. Casper this so. This is almost like a pilot episode man. Now I'm going to be sweating out here no seriously though. It's a competition and it's been going on for twenty years. That's something about the show They continue every season to kind of reinvigorate the season by changing the theme of and changing the character's up and I think and they have a phenomenal host. Jeff probst and I think that's why it is what stood the test of time. What was it a shock though when you got out there on like day one where you're like. I mean you had an idea you were a fan. You knew how the game worked but was it still like. Oh my God. What are we done here? What's going on here that that first day or those first few days was kind of a slap in the face now made me. We're just a wakeup call. I got out there. I'm looking around. I see Kris Noble. He's this tall strong guy from New York that talks a lot. Then I see this other guy from New York this a talion guy from long island. He talks a lot and they WANNA do a lot and they want to build and do all the stuff in my head. I'm like I built. This is what I do. I'm a builder. I build things out of reclaimed wood. I can look around this island and find a bunch of reclaim stuff and build a palace out here. But these big New Yorkers are they want to take the lead so in a game of survivor. You don't want to step up and say hey no don't do this so I kind of fell in my place and just listen to them for the first couple of days but then as I got my footing. I'm like know we're GONNA build it this way. Let's let's changes L- hey take a look at this. Let me show you. And eventually they started saying like well. Wendell knows what he's doing so as a big fan those first couple of days. Sometimes it takes a minute to get your footing and sometimes you don't have that time 'cause you might be the first food and you're out but fortunately. I made it through a couple and I built those relationships and it propelled me to the end of the game. You just had to find like your rhythm a little bit. And that's a lot of people say that the people on the show because like you can just like it too aggressive either playing the game or your personality. 'cause you're telling people to do things and that can get you in trouble. He's gotta be like water at the beginning. They're just go with the flow. It sounds like what the flow don't create a lot of waves and so don't be like water in that precisely. I mean you you hit the beach and for those. I don't think many of US had experienced in front of cameras. We were marooned and as soon as we get off the boat and walk up the beach. You See Jeff Produce. And that's a shocker. Like oh my gosh. We're really here but then behind. Jeff probst it's a crew of three hundred people in fifty cameras just grilling you. And it's it's it's that too is a slap on the point that I think maybe a lot of people probably forget like they just think of the island part but yeah it is a television production and You know we were. We've worked in television for a long time. Nothing to that scale but even that like actually awesome if every day before the show. We had like swimming off before the show getting started tough. But it's I know friends that like come to our studio back at the starters and they would just sit there and it's like it's a foreign sort of atmosphere right like the idea of all the lights and the camera people and all these other people. You're like what does that person even do. Why are they here it is? It's a weird feeling. You're not used to it at all and you'll see some kids out there and I'm like Whoa. Did they sign a Kid? Not saying anything to their little friends when they get back to the states. So and then you're like Oh that's such such producers children they are always my bed and so what you're supposed to have no interaction with them at all outside of the the one on one sort of right you Downs at UC. Yeah you and it's crazy because you're with some of these like the camera crews and whatnot in this super almost intimate atmosphere for days. And you're starving there watching you go through all these things and then maybe you might have this hilarious moment with another castaway and you'll see a cameraman laughing or something like that but you can't break that barrier so it's tricky but I always try at the end of things to like. Have some kind of report with them. 'cause I'm so appreciative that they were out there and behind that camera they weren't slipping snickers bars and stuff. They ultimate professional when I'm running and jumping in the water to do whatever they have to. Actually you know. Jump in the water with me. So they're out there in the elements surviving just like we are and so. I don't take them for granted. Sometimes you hear castaways. That are like yelling at the production and stuff and I'm just like man. I'm blessed to be out here. I'm so thankful that I'm living out this stream and even though I'm starving on this island and these WanNa backstabbing and do all this stuff. Look I look the other islands in the beautiful sunshine. I'm like man this. This ain't so bad it could be a lot worse jd. You and I've talked about this. The camera idea they do such incredible job because you never see them and never had around how these shoot you guys in these challenges and everything and you rarely if any time see another camera person or a producer you won't you won't see. They pride themselves in that and what they do. Is You know it is their fortieth season. They are they've mastered master but they're good at and now they have all these drones and stuff and things different ways to shoot and they continued it. Push the needle forward as far as production goes but they also do things like For those sweeping shots where you will see this whole sand. Spit of an island. And you'll see the castaways and probst from four hundred feet in the air. Sometimes they do They have like body doubles after the collapse of the challenge has run and they know what happens and everything. Then they'll be like all right. We're going to vote away all four hundred of you guys to get these ridiculous amazing shots. Yeah I guess so. You're saying when when you arrive. You're totally overwhelmed by the cameras and stuff. How quickly does that go away because eventually you must get used to it right? Yeah so it took a while for It actually it didn't take too long to get used to the cameras because at the end of the day if you're a competitor and you know what you're therefore than certain things won't hinder you or get you out of that. Get you out of that mode. But at first there is kind of an adjustment And you also. There's a there's a word they like to use continuity there. Are things like skates if we're on an island and we noticed a cameraman wasn't there and they do their best to have a crew everywhere at all times. But if I'm telling you hey I want to reach into my bag in slip you in Iowa or something and it's not on camera and there's no continuity and then you get to travel council and they don't. It's like Wendell found an idol. How did he pass the winter? This idol get to you as a as a player. You kind of understand like all right. Maybe I'll give it an extra two seconds so that camera crew just gets to me and then we'll have that conversation and then I'll flip you that idol right so so you're not trying to purposely. Hide what you're doing out there from the camera crew. It's almost opposite If you're a bad survivor player. Then you're trying to hide it from the crew. Because at the end of the day the crew the producers There's pre there are producers all over the island. They have earpieces and they can tap into any camera person and so the cameraman might whisper. Hey Wendell is passing Trae a an advantage right now and then so then they know to listen in on that conversation and you want the cameraman to know that and you want the producer to know that so they might take note and remind. I don't know how Jeff probst does it every night but they might be able to remind. Jeff Hey there was a time when the trae and advantage you might WanNa Ashtray. Hey what's going on with the baddies on this island? He must get a printout at the end of every night breakdown. Sort of like the highlights. He's the best. He's the ultimate he. He's definitely briefed but at tribal which could last hour and a half two hours. Even three hours how you see it as you know twelve minutes and a commercial on the show but Jeff isn't reading anything he doesn't have any earpieces he's just that sharp he's just talking.
Bulls expect Carter to miss 4-6 weeks with sprained ankle
"NBA a high ankle sprain for bulls center Wendell Carter junior the approximate return time now four to six weeks for the second year big man bulls have lost five in a row the look to snap that here at the United center tomorrow night against the
"wendell" Discussed on Mentored Podcast
"So I'm hearing a lot of this stuff for the first time and It's really neat. Hearing your story I would say it's parallel. You did the best you could with what you had and I really. I've always appreciated that that of you but where you didn't have people step in your life. I very much did have people step into my life coaches. I can recall my wrestling coach. I can recall my basketball coaches. I can recall. Teachers invited me in their house. Right and really showing me those kind of fundamental the skills of being a man in you know in that environment was very different for me than it was for you because I had mentors step in my life right but if we just kind on a go forward in your life you had a huge breakthrough with a an and really change your life around and they don't call mentors you call them sponsors so I would love to celebrate that and kind of talk about that party line you basically have a mentor. In different languages e call it sponsors and sponsors and even have a GRANDPA sponsor at Dad's sponsor. However did that? But tell them about that breakthrough in your life where Really your life is changed. And and this new Wendell on this new dad that I have and how it started about seven years ago and really celebrate that so love to hear that or nine eleven twelve I got to go before or a federal judge for my involvement in manufacturing a controlled substance at that time marijuana was considered a controlled substance. The marijuana that my neighbor was growing helping him with was going across the state border the state line it was going into Washington and going into California. And how how they do this is because at the by the time they knew what. DNA was big. Test your plants and they can tell that this plant that we got this that we busted in California when you came from here without a doubt. So that's how I got. I was I was giving helping him with this water supply and in case. You don't know it. Catching rainwater in the state of Oregon is illegal special when you're doing it by the hundreds of gallons catch rainwater and get to get to go to jail. And so I was standing before a federal judge. He goes Mr Baskin. If you don't change your life you're going to spend the major proportion of the rest of your life in prison. He goes Do you did you hear what I say and do you understand me. I said Yes sir he goes. Do you believe me I said Yes sir. He goes if any author of the law catches you under the influence of any any alcohol or any drugs. You'll be incarcerated for a major proportion of the rest of your life. Do you understand me. I said Yes sir. I went home and I drink NCA- bottle of MD twenty twenty or shaking like a leaf. I was scared because I did not want to come in contact with any officer that was going to smell smell this on me and that that day was nine eleven twelve and I was like I was discussing with my son this morning. I don't remember if that was nine. Ten and nine eleven was my sobriety day. All I know is that nine eleven twelve is my sobriety date and I haven't had any mind altering substances since inset day that includes legal marijuana.
The Rays Bullpen Their Way Past Justin Verlander and the Astros
"Start with what happened last night in the trump the raise in the Astros Justin Verlander Future Hall of Famer on the Mound for short rest effectively for the first time in his entire career and you know what he didn't look right from the get-go to Tommy Fam- drives on the left Centerfield this what is hit well it is just over the wall the right of three seventy eight Tommy van has put the razor head one nothing that of course Fleming on ESPN radio he's working with Imboden who was noticing that ver- lander just didn't look right he kept stacking back off the man he was having trouble with the signs you just never looked comfortable the raise continued to rally in the first two Grou- ball left side past the dive into left field Brantley will feel the joy around third there will be no throw joy comes into score d'arno knocks in run to nothing raise joey window into the plate in the bottom of the first pitch is light into right field asking to be a hit and it's GonNa roll all the way to the wall Garcia around Third Hill score here comes Dr no he gets to go sign the relay throw is there and DR no stops turns around and goes back to third yes so they had a three early and if you looked at Justin verlander space after that first inning it was like he got punched in the Chin the Astros going for legacy going another championship this year and they're down in game for trying to avoid a game five and the top of the fourth inning. The Astros rallied your Don Alvarez bonded the gap and what happened after that was amazing breathes out and throws line tried to the Cap right-center on moved here Myrick can't get it it's Short hops the wall glazed camel to bid at third is being way Dallas for the relay here's the throw domino's got it in a perfect relay as heard on WD troy how `bout that play how perfectly they did from Kevin Kerr Meyer to Willie dommage to Travis Dr no you can't do better than that and you could see in the face of Jose altuve after he was called out like are you kidding me with that throw that is a heck of a play that textbook like you learn that growing up and it cannot be executed better than that love with the rated there yeah on Espn Radio Jim Bowdoin was talking about how this series really has been Williams's coming out party that continued in the bottom of the fourth pitch for lander to the plate on Thomas drives one deep at center field that star is getting bigger and brighter it is going on that walk it was a monster home run four nothing lead for the raise and look the story in that game was about Justin verlander future hall of Famer not pitching that l. but the race pitching was outstanding they started with an opener Diego Castio and is the game went along and Kevin cash kept calling on relievers in the when he went to a starter Blake Snell to close out the game is one to pitch is a fastball hit right back up the middle and that's exactly where Wendell is playing he's got it on a backhand he throws the first for the owls and that ends the game we are going to get a game five in Houston
"wendell" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"No the is two hundred dollars. I hear day next day. I win spent about five thousand dollars on. I'm like I gotta be prepared. It is because it was like the beginning of the winter wedding. This code is going to be probably like twenty. Twenty fifteen degrees something like that. They're like Oh. This is nothing this started like people walking that was short sean and stuff. I don't like Oh my God. Then we had that crazy snow that crazy storm will negative life fifty degrees. He's outside right with the windshield native sixty or something like that and luckily we was in Miami when that thing he's always good then but now people who had died with that they let sixty or something like that and luckily we was in Miami when that thing he's always good then but now people who had died with that they let us crazy man this. You can help me. I've been trying to explain this to people while it sounds like we found out of touch with mankind. Combat is the truth. I say if you cannot afford a thousand dollars coat. I understand but I bet for you that is worth every dime absolutely love. Have you dial it that coat that woodworking walk into the store just like I need help because the other thing like I guess the ACC into too many super cold places. You'd never really had no exposure to any any place. That was annual lake. Yeah Yeah right there. That's what make it worse they win coming in and that is Wendell Cartagena. Check him out with the Chicago. Bulls this year my man. I really appreciate to stop through research you all right Jim. Thanks so much for joining us here on the right time we do too. Thank you a couple of times a week. Mamane gave Bassein has everything behind the scenes. Thank you sir. Thank you to window ndo Carter the Chicago Bulls also thanks to our sponsor. Ziprecruiter also WanNa let you guys know we've got a fall series star within the next week called sideline that dies deep into into the world boosters and hundred dollar handshakes college football. It's collaboration between the right time Spencer Hall Site Banner Society. It has nation. It'll be every two weeks in October November. Remember Spence is going to join next week then Marcus Spears Stephen Godfrey of SB nation and then close it out with Joel Anderson of slater excited about it think you'll enjoy to be on the lookout for more INFO also be sure to check out the bill. Barnwell show this week each ads with ESPN's Lindsey theory about the Rams J. Trotter about the browns and Doug Farrar of USA Today about a a little bit of everything else download described the bill barnwell show also subscribe to the right time wherever you get your podcast rate us
"wendell" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"It and we thought it if I get I everybody felt that as a attack on so like oh no I slow down often. Let you do this with everybody. You know as the days went all mcgann's replay and and this all summer light spend more time with them. He cares about us now. He wants says to win. He he's GonNa do you can't have was when he knows that for him to be coats that we need. He has bring the best out of everybody and at different rates person. Some and people can just have a regular conversation with him. Some people need no someone yell at them. You know get him in. Check so as someone. I'm difficult appreciate no no further down my line. my fifth six-year League. I'll be able to say he really helped my career in. Kepi ruined his sister now. How do they play it for him compared to play for my chefs Jeff because it's not like coach. K. is some shrink and violent. You know no no no Sea Coast K he this some similarities those a I know what's going to bring the out of you in any way he can. WHO's very limited Jim but a macos K. is no was it comes games and when it were planning he's more or laid-back no he does it to Yemen. He doesn't D- super super excited or super down. He stays kind of level but with Jim he he sells his motions. All the time and I mean it is a good thing for me. I like it. I like when you know it shows that goes engaged now saying okay wasn't engaged but Ios at gym like really really cares and I I can appreciate that now for you dealing with injury as a rookie how difficult was therefore you just not being able to play basketball who was tough. you know growing up. I never missed a game now. I've broken my foot played through a toward license ligaments in my i WanNa say am I also kept playing like a party satellite two or three games by just kept playing when I've heard about my thumb and I needed surgery a discount. You know it brought me douse at the low spot for a long time like while. I was going to happen when I come back. You're going to hear back right. That was this no. I need a lot of good people around me. Just know stay in my ear but Indiana had the surgery on my my growing area then that took another tall kinda screwed up my whole summer. I had a really good summer plan in place and wanted to the back lot more stronger faster saying I didn't but I didn't get to utilize Maho someone like I wanted to so what I can say is a body definitely feels a whole lot better now. Now you know everything smells good. Everything is supposed to feel so I fled to summarize should be injury free which is notably now how helpful were like. You're older teammates. Notables ain't got a Lotta old dudes like how helpful were those guys in that time because they dislike. Nobody can tell you what do they haven't had all that money. I imagine it's hard to know what to do with that unless you've got people in your ear that been in the same place exactly No Salat news a lot of players on my team who you know who faced injury also so they will tell me like man. Just stay calm with me being so young that's kind of the beauty of it you know you're going to heal up fast and you have an established anything to the point where it's a huge huge dropoff. Nov Answer and they note Zach to be in particularly no him having a twenty year life he he he dealt with that situation favor will from what I've seen so that's the only deadly helped me through that process now looking at this year you know you've talked about the different things you want to improve in the game. How do you feel about the team going into this year versus last year it was at a couple of veterans and satirize Daddy's Yuan becoming. You're going to be solid really really solid no. It's always good when someone has actually on about you know every I'm going in my second year. Everybody else's up a year. more spence. Everybody had a full summit in Doug individually better so we also relatively young so we were able to relate with one another that so we're going to be really good. She's talking about bother just into the guys being strong league that he's young juster on have Madda yeah absolutely and he'd been there big did that day. He showed I would have made Georgia tech rags. Someone I look up to can reminds me of myself in the way he's never been a thirty point per game kind of player where he survived in this league because he did on the little things and I feel like that's something I can easily do so someone definitely look up to so that when you get into college companies like did you see yourself as a guy that was scored like thirty points because I feel like the guys in the guys in the NBA everywhere. You are thirty everywhere right exactly yeah. There's definitely that was definitely a change for me. You know start off a high school. I was scorned shooting any side. I wanted to you know what I'm saying and then go to college. Kinda similar knows it was a lot of great players around me so we shared the ball pretty well but now is able to do my own thing but then I get to the NBA a lot of great great great players you know saying so we just gotTa learn that you know you go thirty points a game to be successful in this league so you know just find your niche or something that you really really good at master. We'll be back in a minute with more. Wendel Carter but I hire..
Georgia Tech basketball banned from postseason for violations
"Georgia tech basketball been banned from next year's NC double a postseason Georgia tax according to stadiums Jeff Goodman one of the impermissible benefits was former player Jarrett Jack taking care of Wendell Carter now the bulls on a recruiting visit at a strip club and former assistant XO orchestrating at Georgia tech basketball banned from the
"wendell" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"They told me that mommy got to sue. ANC proudly yes guys up this is one that chas ask the small running back from a small town committed to an FCS school North Carolina ant university historically Black College in Greensboro and began life as Nagy when you're walking through these doors as a freshman mobile thinking back then. I was so nervous because I didn't. I didn't know anybody anti I know my own football team. we fight the first day of practice price heads who was hopeful born. Braun brawl out there in the NFL news. The family brothers fighting. It was like three seniors hit me. I was like nervous about not playing so I would just watch my holidays like what you can do. You get your shot on October. Twelve two thousand thirteen colon goddess chance against Hampton University as a true freshman you started running back was hurt and then got hurt in the game we inserted to read to give the team a spark and it was a check down and he took the ball like ninety plus yards. One of those senior running backs were standing right next to me. He just said that's a bad man crazy again from that point on. I was like the main Guy Cohen Finish the game with two hundred ninety nine in total yards and was just getting started in his first two seasons with the aggies. Coen rushed when nearly twenty five hundred yards twenty ninety three touchdowns. He gave him a chance. Nobody else did he took advantage of it and he'll forever. Be Grateful. The four day antique coins gratitude for his Alma Mater is evident whether visiting visiting former advisers and you just hosting his annual football camp UH training with old teammates Colin is at home. It's he gave me. Another family. Really is buried heart. Now we have that close bond.
"wendell" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"To outside the lines and Jason Fitz. It was a long awaited homecoming for one former football coach who's been living a nightmare in China and a story about the horse racing industry that may change the way you watch racists forever. That's coming up but first we start with our big story sorry the NFL season is only three weeks old but it's already been filled with the full seasons worth of storylines injuries star quarterbacks already seems to be the theme of Two Thousand Nineteen but what does Cam Newton's foot injury mean for the present and future for the panthers meanwhile don in Jacksonville where Star cornerback Jalen Ramsey is back at the Jaguars facility but sitting out practice with a back injury the talk is he wants to be treated but the team doesn't seem interested in meeting his demands leading to speculation that he's missing being practices for bigger reasons other than just not feeling well head coach. Doug marrone spoke about the situation this morning casinos back injury. I don't know he reported that his back with sore. You're you know I mean usually when someone reports their backs or it could have happened could help and get. I don't know I I really don't know an impasse. People that have had the same issues I haven't known about that either because there happens after the game then we know after the game and not all of the NFL dramas related to injury or money long-suffering browns fans and NFL experts everywhere have incredibly high expectations for Cleveland however a slow start on offense has new head coach Freddie Kitchens already answering questions about making changes to help us sort through the chaos makes sense of all of it. We're joined now by ESPN NFL analyst and former head coach Jack del Rio Jack. Thanks for the time today. When you see Doug marrone reacting to let's face. It was the flu so now it's a back injury. What are you see there. When you see that that information change well I think coast Monroe's doing a great job handling situation first of all Danny Green Green once said there's a time for pay and there's a time for play and right now coach. Marrone just wants to play part and Jalen Ramsey wants to pay part. He wants to get paid aide so they're in a tough spot right now. I think the lines have been blurred with the strength of the players them kind of using their leverage and so they're in an awkward situation right now but I'll tell you one thing once he got to the field Jalen. Ramsey played very well on Thursday night and the Jaguars played very well Thursday night so I I think they'll fight through this but what if your team thinking of acquiring Jalen Ramsey what is the fact that he's sitting out practice now for what may be contract issues. How does that affect your approach on actually decide siding if you want Jalen Ramsey on your team. I'd like to have them on my team. I think he's a really good football player. I'm surprised they haven't paid him. I mean what are we waiting on. The market's not go down. Go Up so to me. They're a little overdue on on paying this guy so let's flip to one or the other big stories that we just mentioned and that's pretty kitchens. Kitchens in the Cleveland browns a lot of expectations for somebody that hasn't been a head coach before what is Freddie Kitchens dealing with right now when it comes to the expectations and trying to keep this locker room together well first of all. I think he's probably got too much on his plate and he's got a really talented guy and Todd Monckton is as offensive coordinator. I would love to see Freddy Kitchens utilize the staff I mean I think it's important to do that. They took two timeouts home with them. The other night which was not good they three plays down in a critical situation and in the red zone and there are three identical plays and it's really not not effective so that's not really good play calling and I think he's a good play caller so to me. Maybe there's too much on his plate. That's for him to decide but right meal. They have to be questions. But how difficult is that because we were going to look at the browns. Roster looks incredibly talented. If there was an easy question market was Freddie kitchen hasn't been head coach before you've been head coach coordinator then a second time head coach. How much different is it when you are a rookie coach trying to figure out where to take control and we're not well. I mean me. He had a little bit of run last year where he got a chance to get his feet wet but the bottom line is there's a lot on your plate and to me. He's got a strong staff. He should utilize the staff the other thing. I think think they've gotten away from some of the things they did. Last year you know running the football play pass off it and to me they've gotten to more of a spread eleven spread around kind of operation and that really Baker Mayfield doesn't look as comfortable in that in that so I would just say they should look at that while speaking of quarterbacks looking comfortable. Let's transition to the other big story Cam Newton and Carolina. We're not sure what the status is going to be. I foot injury. What does that do for his future with the organization well. I think what does what's more important than even the injury is the fact that Kyle and came in and played so well. I mean what you saw from Kyle was anticipation and accuracy and that's that's those are two things that cam doesn't bring now cams amazing freak and he is definitely banged up right now. So Kyle's on display in Kyle had a great start in his first. It's easy for us to sort of go overboard when we see that from Kyle. How many Games from a coaching standpoint how many games you want to see from a young quarterback before you can make a judgment commit on who they are as well. That's a great point because it was against the Arizona cardinals defense. They're not exactly a stellar defense so we'll we'll get a better feel as he goes through and plays a few more games certainly his first night out you saw accuracy and you saw anticipation and those are things that have been missing while Jack. We appreciate your insight. We're glad you're on our team now. Thank you appreciate Ed Jason. The Breeders Cup is like the Super Bowl of horse racing the world's top thoroughbreds wrap up the racing season in a two day fourteen race meet at the beginning of November and this year it will be held at Santa. Anita attracted has come under scrutiny after thirty one horses have died or been euthanized since December but Santa. Anita isn't the only track that has had a spate of horse deaths. Belmont Park has had thirty horses die this year including eight since the fall meet began September September sixth or doesn't have a national regulatory body so it's up to each separate state racing commission to make rules and regulations California made some changes is in an effort to improve the safety of resources in New York is enhancing pre-race veterinary scrutiny and is further analyzing data but our next guest says death on the track is inevitable. Let's welcome Patrick. Bout of the Albany based group horse racing wrongs. We should note. We asked the Jockey Club to join join us but they were unable to provide us with the guest so I want to go. You just said are inevitable. Why well I it's. It's the way they're bred. They're bred for speed so they're they have big torsos. Spindly legs fragile ankles. They're being raced on unformed body so the typical horse does not fully mature until six the typical resources thrust into an intensive training regimen at eighteen months and raised it to which is the rough equivalent of a first grader. There is an incentive grinding of those uninformed bodies because if they're not racing they're not earning. They're being asked to do something that is unnatural to run at a break neck speed with perched whip wielding jockeys atop and of course they are commodified so the typical racehorse will change hands several times over the course of his so-called career and of course that speaks to the the constant anxiety and stress that these animals are forced to endure what Patrick without take off the table eliminating horse racing. I WanNa ask you really viably what solves this then. What solves this well from our perspective. It's this has to end you know I'm a big fan of ESPN and this show in particular but I would take issue with this being a topic Komo four ESPN because in fact horseracing resembles no other accepted sport on the planet and what other sport of the bodies about a lesson.
Survivor 39 Preview: Issa Look with Brice Izyah
"Here's the guy who's so excited. I did hear about a look here first survivor thirty nine. I am Rob Sister Nino everybody and welcome to this is a very special edition of his podcasts. I'm just so excited because I'm sitting across from the person that I've been podcasting with for so long. We've never recorded a podcast together other than like a live show. That doesn't really count. He is the host of the wildly popular purple full pants podcast. Please welcome my great friend Mr Bryce Isaiah how ed how we in New York we're in New York or an intimate studying intimate today you know and this kind of is like how my dating experiences experiences go. They generally end up but let's not get carried away. It's it's you know it's the room. It's room dimly lit. You smell like old people look mothball that might be might be me. Bryce Hinna mothballs Robert well hello and so I feel it still aqua. I'm like I don't WanNa look like I'm on my computer but again. We're here. We're here. We're getting ready for the big brother live. Shell and you and Wendell. WE'RE GONNA make it up here for the live show and I said Hey I know we're going to plan to do is to look. Is there a way. Could we do it. In person is that we could. I bother you to good to make some time on Thursday afternoon. You know I'm booked and busy robber okay Purple Pants podcast. It's poppy okay but you know I talked to sister the ATHOL and Debbie and they say go see Robert saw said okay. Let me fit you in my low schedule. Let's talk about the Purple Pants which is at the current current time the five episodes in and I'm so excited to have it as part of the PUPS network. It's been such a great launch and and Bryce I I've been blown away by what you've done so far on the Purple Pants podcast. Thank you thank you thank you you know me and my production team me and my staff. Lee and my debbie me again like it's so much fun. I never realized how much work into episodes I don't know how you do it with your thousand wine podcast that you do. I don't know how Nicole put out which is a lot of work but it's so much fun. The response has been great and Yeah I love the You're not going to tell my side of the story. If you haven't listened to yet go check out the Purple Pants podcast asked go to what Robbins website accomplish P P P P P get you there. I will get you there or the podcast. Dot Com can get you there. Okay okay. I didn't even know you we we last spoken by Zadie calendar Daddy calendar since then. We've got a hot girl summer hallander satellite hotcakes. Alcott cakes met again they last and now look at you. Also I follow you on the social media. You just got done playing of survivor game name robber ally okay. I thought I treated it like it was a charity event coming off. Alex Gibb you know hit me up and thank you come out are Bro Window along and yeah. I just thought it would be like a fun charity event but them bitches was was out to play. I said Oh okay and I was trying to go home asked my biggest concern was like if I go out there. I it's going to be hard for me me to be a good sport because I was out of the car and leave and came together so he's GonNa have to Uber Home. This get filmed. Can we see the dead. Alex working with going to be a youtube somewhere. Alex is working on it but let me just tell you this so don't judge me by. I lost my cool a couple of because it was a lot and I felt like a lot of people were like Wendell ties. D- And it's annoying because bill is eyesight windows nobody special. He's like okay. He won Ghost Island Woo Aguila but I guess my relationship window. Seoul normalized as he's like like one of my best friends and so again survivor fan but I also forget when people meet window there who Margaret so so after we made the merge obeyed birds okay after we made the merge nobody wanted to work with me running the window so we we went to a travel counsel and I let loose and I felt bad because like I could tell window new being serious and the people that were there rely alight. Is he not how I'm like yes. I'm cussing you out but you know I didn't go home at tribal council so I got my bearings together but it was so much. It's fine like I had. PTSD came back to me because I was like. Oh my God this Kinda feel like you're real game a little bit and how hungry I am play again. I've never played any sort of game like that. I've never I've never not since I don't know how I would be. I think think I'd be crazy person. I never wanted to play because I'll be honest like I was like. Oh Molina and I went out there and play and then I think it was like a survivor Boston. I forget one of them. When my Adam Klein Sunday play I watched the Youtube of and I was like oh. This is good but I just feel like it'd be weird for me to travel someplace though when it was actually literally happening in my backyard where I go running at I'm like okay. I'm Mike could be cockatoos us a little bit yeah but now look at you that you are traveling halfway around the world that you're. GonNa play in another survivor. Game is in in South Africa Africa the Bush who and literally leaving like three days and so we're go into to benefit the night we had to get this or I don't know if it were not a look. Yes I'm going. I don't know who our neighbors their holiday. I want to get in trouble but yes. I'm excited. We're going to South Africa to benefit the nine lady Khorasan Academy as called like the survivor Bush and so it's going to be like us. US The US survivors I the South African survivors in the South African survivors been in my deums talking trash and I'm like I just won't be Afraid Guy I. I don't know I don't know if I'm eleven hours a lot but five days east in South Africa. The Bush is a whole lot so I don't know if I'm prepared for the and this is all for charity for a good cause absolutely it's benefiting. There's a Christian Academy. Then annihilating Christian Academy that all the benefits and proceeds are going to go today Christian Academy so I'm so excited I got my I bought a little pencils got ties to bring to the kids so I can't. I can't wait to see the kids I honestly I'm kind of more excited for the kids and actually played a game but fingers crossed that however I do in the game. I'm just not out there so the only thing that I can act for okay if you want more information on that worth playing for dot org is the website to check that out for the USA versus versus survivor South Africa showdown coming up all right but we have an important job to do today because we finally got to lay our eyes on the cast of survivor thirty nine and so today you and I are going to go through the cast photo guy and you without any preparation ratio. Pride are going to tell us how they are going to do in the game and make predictions on these survivors based solely on on their cast photo. If the lot is allow pressure. My deums been ringing in from thirty nine talk about where now I did. I will preference to preference this by saying I look at the cast photo but I didn't look at anybody's individual photo so I find that the individual photos really aww matters essentially because that is what you're projecting to the world high. You won't do now last season. Oh you and I took a look at all the photos you said that you thought the runner-up. Gavin had what it took. He had the look he was. He was right there right there. It's right there. You are so close I was close. You were so close you also definitely notice Chris underway underway winner of the season so he call you know more than my IRA but yes and so listen so this thing mind lab. They said this is unreal. This is young science. This isn't that he doesn't really know what's going to happen but look at the results prove that the proof is in the pudding not to pay the guy. I was going to do another pudding pot but I don't you yeah. We don't do that anymore. It can't over a fortunately okay but the approve so I'm excited and I am excited because I when I looked at the Cath. It looked like a nice diverse cast you know and all different shades colors and according to the twitter a lot different size for the twitter said they nice. I'm plump thirty thirty nine. Thirty nine is a plump season which I'm here for okay. They're ready because he you WANNA go into survivor with some extra pat. That's ideal death breath idea. That's what I would tell anybody to do and real quick. Look you know me. I got a story on a story but I won't be long so long. We were at Ponderosa for my season again. I wasn't thinking about that. I wanted to be slim and trim like we can't talk but we cannot fees had there and they you know you fhu com you can kind of go up and and the people that were like trying to pack pack packet on where Spencer and I forget the guy's name was his name. Gary who whatever his name it was like the big issue gear was they used to give us boil as as gear will run up and things like fifth boiled aid and that became an issue that people were going. I went to like the production like why he takes little aches. It's not enough oil. A fight about chicken's neck starts. Bentham will eat like two who plates lie at every meal and I was like my guy. He's so skinny like what and I was like. Oh my God. They're gonNA have diarrhea but you know for. That was just my little. They were trying to pack it all on me. I would just try to queue problems making shock of fit in to the Purple Pants. I knew the fourth Purple Panther podcast. I had to be popping hopping. Okay not sure if people at home can hear her. They come in and get us around they said do you want a hotel room. That's low or on a high floor. I said we'll give you a high floor because we're recording podcasts. Get away from the street noise. there's no no escape okay all right Brian. Also I got some holiday and express the field and this coffee is not not great really could use the southern Pecan. I was hoping that you had brought some hottest brought my little. What about I would a
"wendell" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"All right Felipe, a Shimon wants to know, what is the secret to blindsiding Wendell, and Dominic you and the other three Melo's the only ones to pull it off at that. Morgan blindside who would have been next head Navidi lost the next two challenges. The answer is Wendell Wendell would have got voted off next one hundred percents. Wow. So was funny because if you recall the Munich challenge after that trouble council was legit called the greatest comeback history. Where it was just throw the ball on the high perch poor zero and we flipped like war. And you like the whole dog pile hugging all that Dallas. That challenge are thinking jury challenge standing on the beams with a crate were so behind we're gonna lose again and I'll game while lose again. I'm buying laurels fine. My alliance is fine. It's anyone that it only Wendell anyway, so dancer is actual question. That's a great one. I remember that day still so vividly. I think the keys were that the four of us surely Fussell each other. And unlike while you see you have seen this season often like people off until they hit their own allies. Look decoy boasts this. But the real voters is this other person we do that right light me laurel Libya, Dont'a stage for our force on add with the actual target organ, and we did a pretty good job acting it out like we told Domin Wendell with a straight face. Look, we agree easy votes. Angelos gone gung ho by so they will to buy that Daffy said we were a little bit. By the fact that it was the first traveled council. So it was before they could even register how tough it is to have a tribal council or what's really say jug or at when you state. Something's brewing. Right. Like those things. And yes, I mean, I again, like is it feels good to be that person that helps blindsides eventual to people that ran the whole show, but at some welcome plate on my parts and on the window are still top of the top in terms of just being survivor players. So and even more get what why? James? You went head to head with them one time, and it was James one Wendell and Dominic nothing. Couldn't you make the case that you are better..
Trump on synagogue shooting: "We should stiffen up" death penalty laws
"Or Pittsburgh man with a long history of anti semitic. Social media posts tonight faces twenty nine federal criminal charges. It could end with the death penalty Robert Bowers likely facing state murder charges to after a Saturday morning synagogue massacre that left eleven worshippers dead six wounded, they should pay the ultimate price. I felt that way for a long time. Some people disagree with me. I can't imagine why. But. Fastest stop President Trump has lowered federal flags. Pittsburgh public safety director Wendell history falls under a hate crime. Being it's a Jewish synagogue. So it will be basically a federal investigation of the alleged gunman's. Ari similar posts were specifically aimed at highest on nonprofit refugee help
Suspect arrested in brutal bat attacks on homeless men in California
"Whittle a homeless man who was arrested in Santa Monica yesterday for allegedly assaulting a man has been linked to a total of seven attacks in Los Angeles, and Santa Monica. Ramon Escobar allegedly attacked several homeless victims with a baseball bat and bolt cutters. Three of whom died. He's also a person of interest in the disappearance of two relatives in Texas where he lived until early this month Santa Monica police, captain Wendell, Shirley says residents of L A, and Santa Monica should feel safer now, the people that live work and visit Santa Monica and Los Angeles are safer today. Because they suspect is
Preseason Week 3 takeaways: Tyrod Taylor recovers; Nick Foles flounders
"We'll begin with Thursday night football the beginning of preseason week number three in. The NFL. And wasn't exactly a great game Browns beat the eagles five to nothing that's right a safety in the first. Quarter courtesy of a. Myles Garrett sack and then a field goal in the second that's all she wrote Nick. Foles threw, to poor interceptions Wendell, Smallwood ran for fifty three yards for the eagles but again the Browns wooded five nothing tyrod Taylor did leave at one, point with what appeared to be a pretty significant wrist injury. To his left arm but he did undergo x rays. And return, of the game so that's good. News for. Both Taylor and the Browns but. Again the Browns went five to
Patients who accepted infected kidneys cured of hepatitis C
"Radio now eighty eight degrees at five thirty nine rose Ryan Douglas it is now expected to. Take days. To fully cleanup, from Sunday's train derailment on the southside here's Katie radios Joe deal so far. So good as the process continues to remove each of these seven two. Rail cars, and the double stack container boxes they carry this public safety director. Wendell history calls it a fluid situation with risk people, up there being voiced the, down on. The crane in a basket number one and. Number two you're always afraid to load may shift one way, or the, other unexpected way mayor Bill Peduto calls it a difficult situation as to the rush hour. He says there's no way, east Carson street or this Mayfield street bridge reopened in the next forty eight hours on the south side. Joe to steal this radio. Ten twenty, Katy, k Baldwin man In the hospital in critical condition after climbing into a sewer the Baldwin borough manager says a man opened the manhole near his driveway in the nine hundred block of Angelo drive to do repairs. Emergency crews say he was overcome by fumes needed help getting out the manager says there were no sewer issues reported in that area fire, destroyed a. Home in Washington county this afternoon started around one thirty on long drive in north Strabane township. Witnesses reported hearing, explosions or gunshots firefighters. Confirmed there was an explosion at that home no injuries reported at this time a grand jury report on child sexual. Abuse in six of Pennsylvania's Catholic, dioceses being released soon in a letter Reggie parishioners over the weekend Bishop David Subic says the diocese of Pittsburgh will reveal. The names. Of the accused, excluding those with appeals before the supreme court the Bishop tells Katie radio is. Marty Griffin he made the decision to do that after reading the grand. Jury report, himself didn't want people to think that I was hiding something and. I want people to maintain a sense of confidence in, in my leadership that can, really help. In the, healing process Bishops zubec- says he hopes, the report will not cause further pain to the victims a Pittsburgh woman pleaded guilty to healthcare fraud and, distribution of opioids in federal court today sixty four year. Old Mary. Ann Randolph is, accused of obtaining prescription painkillers through a health benefit. Program for personal use but instead distributed. Them throughout a network of drug dealers she faces a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison and a fine of. Over a million dollars could Ireland be, next on the list of nonstop, destinations leaving from Pittsburgh International the Irish Times reports that air Lingus has Pittsburgh and Montreal under shortlist of cities they are considering adding next year the report says the airline hopes to make a decision within the next two. Weeks with flights expected to begin next July. Officials at the airport have declined comment health. News today a study finds US patients who accepted kidneys infected with hepatitis c. were later cured doctors reported today their new organs are, working fine thanks to medication that got rid of the virus results were published in the journal annals of internal medicine research Eight suggests that organs currently going to. Waste might help speed transplants where patients who wait years to get one they say the medication is costly but. Not as expensive or physically exhausting as spending years on dialysis on Wall Street today Hefferin Tillotson, says the Dow closed up thirty nine points at twenty, five thousand five oh two the NASDAQ was up forty seven points.
"wendell" Discussed on The Pitch
"Very common collected said window we have some cars that have been damaging i'm thank you ought to come on down here wendell through on a jacket and jumped in his car to drive ten minutes to the museum when he arrived he was shocked by what he saw not magin that cars had been swallowed up is who in the middle of the museums verse floor the earth had suddenly opened up there was a giant hole where beat one of a kind corvettes used to be close enough i was able to look into the colon see the blue corvette that was pound pop and it was probably maybe forty eight or something like that standing there at the edge of the sinkhole window knew what his next move was going to be he called shop and within hours they connected him with the right people to get the museum back up and running structural engineers construction managers and sinkhole experts window also knew that a sinkhole in the middle of his museum was something people might want to see so the engineers advised him on which parts of the museum or still safe to stand on after final safety check by the team the museum opened the next day the next day we we often actually a little stealing area where they look at it and see the saco thing people that never had never visited the museum were coming to the museum wendell and the team worked to put together a construction plan and they actually decided to preserve the sinkhole chubb helped make sure that this was safe to do and today if you visit the museum you can still see it with all the cars still inside it's covered by glass floor this is a company that understand that is committed to helping out that is committing to helping insured of recover and to come back even stronger.
"wendell" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I don't even remember what the votes were at that particular tribal council either that ended up where michael did go home but but i i do think that i just feel like that was one of those situations where she she she i think she wasted i think she wasted it she the votes were that she forced to tie between michael and laurel and then they voted michael right and what's funny to me is that michael actually would have been better served to not make up the story about the immunity idol because that was part of what made her do what she did yes it would have been great to blindside wendell but if they're trying to blindside window and michael pulls out his immunity idol that he doesn't actually have but she has been convinced he has she's thinking wendell is going to pull his out and i would think the same thing at that point because that would be exactly what wendell should do you know if you're on that tribe and michael pulls his will crap you better pull yours out because otherwise you're in danger and that puts kellyn endanger that's why she used the votes the way she did for that eventuality if michael hadn't made up that story then she would have no reason to worry that wendell would put out his idol and it could have actually worked yeah yeah no that's a really good point because that's what truly threw her off and she did talk about because he had so many particular details regarding the idol that that's why she really believed him and didn't ask to see it so yeah i mean that's that's definitely a fair point that if if he had just presented it with listen i'm trying to stay in the game here i'm willing to work with you i'm going to vote for wendell i don't have anything i've got nothing like i'm done i've got no more no more tricks.
"wendell" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Hello and welcome to the podcast i'm tracy b wilson and i'm holly fry i really like the tv show timeless it is favorite of mine i was really sad when it got cancelled and then really happy when it got uncanceled and in the first season of this show it seemed like every time i turned around i would think hey we have an episode of our podcast about this it was like there was a hindenburg and there was jim buoy and there was no phen baker and there was davy crockett and it went on and on and on there were so many that before the second season started up i actually made a board on our pinterest called as seen on timeless where i pinned all the episodes that relate to past episodes of that show so early on in season two i was watching timeless and a historical figure showed up on the screen that made me go okay stop everything this has to be a podcast and it's it was very similar reaction to the one that several of the people on the screen in the show had because this is about wendall scott who was a black driver from the early days of nascar all almost his entire racing career took place in the segregated south i didn't go into this intending to write a two part podcast on on nascar but once again we have a surprise to part sports podcast also i wanted to note that there are people who knew him who pronounced his name more like windowsill but the vast majority seemed to say wendell including some interview with his tilts interviews with his children's so if some point you're watching old tv footage about wendall scott and you're like why did they say wendell wendell seems to be the more common some of that is probably an accent thing right.
"wendell" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Yeah you know what i think that wendell wendell had a great episode a week ago this episode he came off as a leader that very good at challenges and somebody who's named sort of started being thrown out there and then he didn't do this other challenge i think it sort of you know i'm worried for wendell word for wendo because of these things like people are going to look at it and be like this guy's really good at things and he's not participate he has enough confidence to not feel like he has to even participate will wear all eating fricking fish balls and he has the balls to not do it all yeah eyeballs to not do it right and then it's like he's going to people going to be sent him for that people are looking for anything they can they can to be a reason to target somebody else yeah and so they're gonna use this they're going to try to use this against wendo and i worry for him about that yeah i do think there was a direct correlation between his performance in the reward challenge and michael saying okay we gotta get wendell out of here i think that that's the guy to beat i mean he was so good in the reward challenge where i think that i think he knocked out four of the targets with the slingshot and i think that laurel did the other two that he just really it seemed like he wanted to put that group on his back and say hey i got this for you i that i gave you this reward challenge and i do think that more often than not that people do not like feeling like they oh you one in a game of survivor the other interesting thing about it is that it was a school yard.
"wendell" Discussed on WCHS
"To him to be wendell when your routes news let so it's for the for your bets three or four years reported some record for three or four years part you when you came on the board in june there to why of of last year was there in your opinion a waste full spending or just to spending that was not was considering a handwriting on the wall i'm not sure ruptured deal border mean the people complex the information it's on the board with side today they can brawl around conclusions but here's the deal opponent post put it perspective i'll be in two thousand fourteen logan county it didn't work for the top spot you know it would respect two i'm really were some bad on twitter twenty three million can or sixty five thousand dollars on committed reserve passion of my follow like the scot's coming up year which we have to vote on april slips to we might no cuts and keep operating as we are projected some balance to the seventy nineteen school year goes to see row that's pretty telling you notice the you know you can build stalled you can do this you can do there but you keep button kept well play there that's time but you got her ridley to back it up in to replenish a to win the keep spending and you lose stated formula workers top goes up toca paid mike grips east you know people as continue lovullo realistic of dollar into could money in separate out in the game but dollars all in text money like sixty five since also table but don't directly to the local school system little know that courses with this she is present a logan gonna school board they met last night to give a presentation on the financial alleges they're the history their up and the likely layoffs of about seventy teachers him service workers.