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Dr. William Lile: 'A Patient Is a Person, No Matter How Small'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. William Lile: 'A Patient Is a Person, No Matter How Small'

"I'm talking to doctor William Lyle. He's the head of pro life, Doc dot org. You are just sharing the details of, I mean, it's fascinating to learn about this for me to learn about this. So this idea that progesterone does two things. You said it's helping feed the baby and it's helping prevent contractions so that the baby doesn't leave the mother's womb too early. So you said that if somebody takes this abortion pill, are you four 86? After that, at some point, they take another pill to induce contractions so that the baby which has ostensibly been killed can now be expelled. Is the baby always dead by the point of taking the second pill? No, because we know that if people just take that medication, the side attack, it will cause contractions. And they can abort without the baby actually being dead. And the baby is very tiny, but the baby is still creating the image of God and had a heartbeat. When they take that second medication, and it causes the contractions, we really can not reverse that effect. So everything that's good about the pregnancy as far as supporting it is because of progesterone. When a medication is taken that lowers the level of progesterone, that's all the bad stuff happens. But the other reason that this is not healthcare is that the number one pregnancy related killer of pregnant women in the first trimester of pregnancy is still a ruptured ectopic or tubal pregnancy. How do you know when a woman is pregnant if the pregnancy is in the uterus or if it's maybe in the tube? The only way is with an ultrasound. When a federal judge says, you know what? Going to the abortion clinic is an undue burden. Women are being denied an ultrasound. They don't know where the pregnancy is. One in a hundred pregnancies are going to be an ectopic a tubal pregnancy. So if a woman takes the abortion pill and she gets it mail order and she never had an ultrasound, she is told, she's going to have bleeding, cramping, and pain. And that's going to be a boarding the baby. As opposed to if it happens to me that one in a hundred words and ectopic or tubal pregnancy, those symptoms are so different, they are bleeding cramping and pain. How is a woman supposed to know the difference between the bleeding cramping and pain of a tubal pregnancy or the bleeding cramping and pain of the abortion pill? She can't. So this is not about healthcare. This is about killing the baby in the womb. The baby that we treat as patients and a patient is a person no matter how

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The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | Last month

The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

"Humans are a mistake New York Post says why young women are getting sterilized. Rachel diamond looks like most of the moms at the pork slope park slope cafe where we meet. She's wearing a green T-shirt under a black corduroy jumper. Sensible shoes and carries a smart leather bag. She sips a $4 iced chai tea latte. Except the 31 year old is in a mom, and she never will be. You know, she said, I never expected to be the poster child of sterilization. One on the aspiring actress TikTok, one finds short funny videos. Diamond job working to register the cafe near Union Square and updates on her rescue pit bull. Ru who has an anemia. Oh, but she likes dogs but not humans. Interesting. So in 5 months and she's had her fallopian tubes cut, not tied, and she is 64,000 followers. She's done videos such as sterilization. Being child free, we do know what we're missing. She says, looking back, I never pretended that my American girl dolls were children. They were always my sisters. They were little things showing that I wasn't pretending myself for motherhood. I think for me, it's as innate as saying I've always wanted to be a mom. Diamond is hardly an outlier. Americans are making fewer babies than we've seen since starting to keeping tracks of the 1930s, and some women like diamond are not just pulling putting off pregnancy, but eliminating the possibility of it altogether. Last year, the number of deaths exceeded the number of births in 25 states. Up from 5 the year before, the marriage rate is also at an all time low. At 6.5 marriages per 1000 people. Millennials are the first generation where a majority are unmarried about 56%. They're also more likely to live with their parents, according to pew than previous generations were in their 20s and 30s. Humans are a mistake the New York Post, right? Now they don't believe it. They're just actually they wrote a really good article. And I like the New York Post. There are also the most sexless generation in American history, the number of young men who admit they've had no sex in the past year has tripled between 2008 and 2018. Cities like New York were young secular Americans flocked to build their lives are increasingly childless in San Francisco. There are more dogs than children. Let me say it again. In San Francisco, there are more dogs than children and the explanation of this is so easy. The more secular your country becomes, why have children? If you don't believe in a transcendent order or in God, what's the point? They're an

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SpaceX needs to tame toilet trouble before weekend launch

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

SpaceX needs to tame toilet trouble before weekend launch

"Hundreds of space X. workers are involved in fixing a toilet leak before weekend launch of a dragon capsule it's not the same type of leak you might have in your home bathroom SpaceX officials say during last month's private flight or two but came unglued spilling urine on to fans and beneath the floor and it happened inside a dragon capsule at the international space station SpaceX crews have well did the urine flushing tube that's inside the newest space capsule named in Torrance but the private company and NASA need to make sure the leaks won't compromise a capsule launching early Sunday from the Kennedy Space Center or another that's been parked at the international space station since April I'm Jackie Quinn

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Dr. David Azerrad Explains How Race Became a Central Piety

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | Last month

Dr. David Azerrad Explains How Race Became a Central Piety

"So how did race become the central piety? And talk about how the Civil Rights Act was in some ways this just kind of obliteration. Of the American way of life. Well, first of all, let me tell you, you gotta meet Caldwell. I mean, he's even better in person. He's just such a well read person well traveled. He knows so many things he's pleasant to talk to. I mean, I think the world of him. So he's even better in person than he is in print. You know, look, I used to be like you. I used to think that basically there was civil rights 1.0. Yes. You know, the I have a dream speech, we shouldn't discriminate. And then there are civil rights two racial preferences, affirmative action, disparate impact, quotas, timetables. That's bad. And that we should defend the civil rights 1.0 and oppose the two. The more I read, the more it seems to me that that you can't hold up that distinction that two was almost baked into 1.0 that 1.0 almost immediately. I mean, in a sense, let me do this way. 2.0 proceeds one. We started having racial preferences at elite universities in America in the 1950s. The EOC from the moment they had to enforce the 64 civil right act started using disparate impact analysis, which basically says that a nondiscriminatory standard of employment does is problematic if it produces unequal group outcomes. So as a matter of history, it's very hard to distinguish the tube. Now someone could say, and I wrote a review of Chris's book, and I said, Chris shows that we immediately went to civil rights two. Oh, but he doesn't show that we can not today have one. And so this would be my challenge to your audience and to all well intentioned Americans would say look, I don't like racial preferences. I don't like quotas. I just want the MLK line. I think we should judge people based on the content of their character, the CV, their test scores, their accomplishment, not the color of their

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William Shatner Finally Went To Space

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

William Shatner Finally Went To Space

"I've got big breaking news with all hell breaking loose the country going down the tubes, crime, illegals, COVID vaccine mandates, people getting fired, Southwest Airlines. We can all breathe a sigh of relief. Captain Kirk made it to space and came back down alive. All is well with captain Kirk. William Shatner, 90 year old William Shatner. Made it into space. The second, space launch, the Bezos and all these guys do. Here's Fox News's description of the touchdown. What a day for our astronauts. So now our team is preparing landing safety operations and recovery of our astronauts from the crew capsule, will be on the ground at the landing site to follow the action in just a bit. Maybe even talk to the world's newest astronauts. So I'm absolutely breath taking stuff. And I'll note that you're going to see our recovery team show up very shortly because we actually send them out before the capsule has landed. Because through our modeling, we get by now, we're very, very good at analyzing where the capsule is going to come down that way. Exactly. Where the winds are. And so we're going to see the recovery team come out there. And of course, we will also be joined by some of their friends and family to watch as they emerge from the caps. So let's check out these beautiful shots of our four astronauts there in the Texas desert after having gone up over the karman line and back. They're up over the karman line. You couldn't pay me enough to go up over the Carmen line and back. William Shatner's 90 years old God

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Scene Of the Crime

03:49 min | Last month

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"I mean if it was a murder suicide there wouldn't be another case. That is just so similar. I know and we would love to hear your theories on the case. Now that you've listened to the whole thing and is so if you wanna share with us Maybe we'll do a deepish thought and like share some of the theories that that our listeners have. Yeah it really is like what happened but seriously if you actually have real evidence or something to contribute. That can help solve the case. Detective bill would love to hear from you. And he's actually given us his email address he can be reached at pat. P. t. dot beal b. e. a. l. l. at lewis county wa dot gov or his phone number and you know that they mean business when they give you work phone number three six. Oh seven four. Zero one. Three seven eight and kim and i will definitely put that information up on our scene of the crime. Podcast dot com and we'll put that information in our social media efforts as well. One more thing like this isn't lot does episode isn't long enough. I wanted to share some of the previous investigators notes from the therapist that had been working with michael rimmer basically when they were doing all of their background on rimmer. Like what is this guy's deal you know and this is what the therapists said. She advised that mike. Rimmer i came in july one hundred eighty three and at the time. He was suffering from a generalized anxiety disorder with panic attacks. The drug out of an antidepressant was prescribed for him and he re entered treatment in june nineteen eighty-four because he was involved with a probation officer over assaults in july. One thousand nine hundred. Five treatment was terminated. Speaking in general terms. That doctor advised that mike rimmer profile definitely did not seem to indicate that he would have done the crime as indicated. She advised that. Mike rimmer was an anxious immature. Young man still attached to his parents and that she advised that he was very dependent and there was a very small chance that it was in fact. Mike rimmer who committed this act. She advised that it was her opinion. That had mike rimmer committed this act. The first thing he would have done would have been to call Now we don't have cell phones again. So maybe he didn't get a chance. I feel that part of this is right. I feel like he was murdered when diana was murdered. I don't know how his body got over there. But i do feel like he totally would've called his dad and that he just couldn't because he had died. I also think that we know so much more about domestic violence today than we do in the eighties. And we know that there isn't this huge leap from writes from domestic violence incidents as you just said earlier about how there is a connection between you know things can escalate very quickly so you know it only adds to like the mystery.

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Scene Of the Crime

03:08 min | Last month

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"There before the crime happened. Maybe she saw some strangers in the woods before any of the violence took place. Well let's listen to detective bills crazy theory. Okay what if they got into struggle up there and she check this out. This is a good theory for you. What if they got up there in. Let's say issues incapacitated knocked out. Maybe she's in the car. 'cause lucille helped mummy get in the car. So who knows. I'm in truck. Who knows what that is whether it's in the back or the front. Dan comes through. She's struggling and she stabs him and he's best now. He's goes to work on her but he's injured. You know maybe stabbed in the leg. And he's bleeding out and he walks across. The street is But how does a little girl get to kmart. Then she doesn't she's dropped off before moms moms injured in the vehicle. He's out. there goes to pull her out. There's a scuffle because she's still got some life. Enter g dad yet. I'm just saying there's so many possibility. Consider you can. And that's what drives you crazy. It's like a rubik's cube. And i think that's part of the thing where i mean. I think that she. I believe that she was there. They took her out to the scene and she crawled into a corner of the car. I could be totally wrong. But i feel like she was there and i think that We'll see hope your dna cubs back. Well you know what i mean. It's it's will. Yeah we'll we'll see. I guess my gosh seriously. I could see what he's saying but the one the one kind of kink in that theory i think is that if he had some kind of injury. That was severe enough that it would lead him. Bleeding out dying. How would he be able to walk. As far as he did. Because where he was fouled michael was found was a pretty big distance from guyana. Quarter of a mile. So how do you walk a quarter of a mile if you have an injury so severe that you bleed out and die well. What if he was being chased. What if somebody was chasing him right across the street us running across the street. Because i even thought we'll maybe he didn't bring his coat and he brought the christmas tree saw because he was going to get the christmas tree and so then he goes across the street. There's the christmas but then it had already been logged so it's like that theory was out right. Yeah and and then. I could see the where like you're saying if he was running away from somebody maybe he stopped to rest. Maybe he was lost at that point and or just disoriented to where he didn't know which way was back so he decided to just sit and rest for a while but then ended up passing out. Maybe undying i think. The most likely scenario is that it was a domestic violence situation and it was going to be murder-suicide but wouldn't that happen. Wouldn't he do it if he was going to take his own life after he murdered. Diana wouldn't he just do it there. Why would walk quarter mile and then we also have that connected case that has so many similarities..

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Scene Of the Crime

03:08 min | Last month

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"Yeah well she lived with that for all those years knowing that he could come back anytime. So detective bill posits. An interesting theory. Remember explained that on the day that they went out they started out really early. They check those traps in puyallup where they lived and it's way more developed today but back then it was so rural. And there's just no evidence to disprove. That michael could have murdered diana before they even left puyallup. Which is why. Didn't diana go in for that. Pancake breakfast and to use the restroom. I don't think that's a big deal. Detective beal felt like that was significant. But i feel like we don't know what her relationship was especially if her in michael we're not doing great you can tell. He was close to his dad. His dad has spent his whole life trying to clear his son. So maybe diana didn't really feel like hanging out with michael dead. And that's exactly how i was feeling too. But then again all of those pelts that they found in the back of his vehicle meant that they went further along on the line you know they went further because he there was a ton of pelts there but then again some people would say that you know. He dropped off crystal if he had murdered diana in puyallup or somewhere on that trap line in the dropped crystal off at that Kmart and then. The final destination was that location. But that's what's so hard about all of this because the bodies weren't found right away. There's just no way for them to pin down that timeline. They don't know exactly what time crystal was dropped off. They don't know exactly what time they had found. Diana's body within twenty four hours or forty eight hours of her death. They might have had a much tighter window when they believe she was killed but finding her weeks months later they have no idea. Yeah i know which only deepens the mystery where the truck was. Parked was like the final was. The end of the road. Never moved again because you couldn't go forward and presumably you couldn't back up because diana's body was behind the bumper. Okay so so. She had to have died and then when she died. The truck didn't move after that. So if michael did anything after she died it would have had to been without a vehicle or in another vehicle or there was another vehicle. That was there there were strangers. Mayor were strangers that ended up. Somehow something happened. We don't know how michael died so we don't know but where would his twenty to go right so then also crystal had mentioned you know the bad truck was she referring to michael stryker. Was she referring to another truck. And if there were strangers there and michael has both a saw and a twenty two. I can't imagine he wouldn't be able to protect them to defend themselves. I know it. Just there's there's just so many so many so many ideas it's like out of you and then would these strangers be the one that dropped her off at mart and maybe there could have been strangers there who didn't necessarily commit the crime but were there for some of the reason just happened to buy but then i mean i can't imagine they would be like. Hey we just happened on this horrific crime scene but let's take a daughter to i mean i'm thinking maybe they..

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Scene Of the Crime

05:23 min | Last month

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"Apparently they found what they described as a serrated curved blade with missing handle so that was that christmas tree cutter and they also found his holster with a belt and a strap and a piece of material. But not that gun. So it's like how did he die. They don't know. I mean if you presume maybe at this point that you're thinking murder-suicide that he went across you know the road to take his own life and he's like you know sitting next to a huge tree. We'll know everything was cut down over there. And where's the gut. And where's the gun. Do they go back with a metal detector like they did. Yeah and they found five. Twenty two bullets not spent so like in many of these cold cases time becomes our friend as dna technology advances. We know that. In diana's case they are waiting to see if the sperm they found inside of her is reemers or someone else's and this was something that was put on hold for a couple of reasons a dna profile from a vaginal swab and as a mixture which is very difficult. Our state crime labs can't split mixtures so recently i've been requesting this for a long time to send it to outside lab to get dna split if it's possible to get the dna split and that's in the process right now and also retrieving reemers dna. Now they've had dna material from reamer for quite some time but it takes. It takes a lot of money and a lot of kind of process stuff so the processing of that was put on hold until they had something to compare it to so now that we have projection of something to compare it to you. Know if if this outside lab can split the dna then they'll be able to say okay. Reemers remembers that finally a huge development in this case that they have the funding for the testing and the case will finally have some forward motion. Sort of that's all been approved to do these extra tests that.

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Scene Of the Crime

05:07 min | Last month

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"What that evidence is. We don't know and he says people love trying to connect to cases but he's just not convinced you know for for drama and stuff people try to link it all together and watch me be totally wrong. But i don't think so. I've i've talked to. I can't remember the gal's name. She's sergeant a pierce county that this about a year and a half maybe two years ago. We talked about this case. And she was kinda in the same thinking that i i am so Because their case is still unsolved as well right and they have my understanding is that they had stuff that the labs for dna processing all. This stuff is like you know you're hoping for the best in a lot of times you don't get what you want So I don't know if they had any resolution from the stuff that they send to the lab. But i know it's taking me like a year and a half to get some things back so they might be in the same boat. People try to force connections. That aren't really there but there is an evolutionary reason for that because you think back to the days of the hunter-gatherers it was evolutionary beneficial to recognize patterns to recognize when a fruit was of a certain color. That's when it was ripe to recognize. You know things grow in a certain place at a certain time every year and so we can keep going back to that place to recognize the behavior of animals and learn their patterns so that we can better you know go after them and so seeing patterns and connections is actually something that sort of ingrained in our brains at this point but it is something we have to fight against so that we don't see connections. That really aren't there. Yeah that tunnel vision. Look the serial connection tunnel vision. Yes like years. Continue to go by and still no michael an under another interesting little side note about that is apparently the local show evening magazine king. Fives long running show..

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Scene Of the Crime

04:51 min | Last month

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"Scene where the body of diana had been discovered and then to other areas along the way the only place where we received any real reaction from crystal was in pulling off the lb national highway to the north where there's a clearing in the midst of tall trees at this location crystal sunk down in the back seat and actually buried her face in the corner of the back of the vehicle. So i mean this is really a Tragic i can see him baby girl who is having a go around to revisit the most horrible places. She's ever been in her life. I just. I just feel for her. Yeah so crystals. Grandma also said that. On tuesday july fifteenth nineteen ninety-six. Crystal had said mommy said roll up the windows and locked the doors and at a period of time shortly thereafter had said there's blood on the window when the grandma asked who isn't a truck crystal said me and mommy a few days later crystal was still in bed and said the words mommy die and then further said the words mommy's in the truck and then said my mommy's hurt and also the words mommy's hurt real. Bad sushi mentioned the blood on the door on the window. Yeah remember it was described on the sill. Yeah and so. How would she know about that. Ashley saw it exactly. Yeah and it was there. There was blood in their crystal also took a small wire and tied dolls hands behind it. She said the word stranger several times but it is unknown. What it was in reference to she said michael was there and not hurt. And at this point you might be thinking. Did they ask crystal who dropped her off at k. Mart of course they did but they didn't get a definitive answer from crystal. And maybe you're wondering if anyone kmart saw who dropped her off and detective. Bill says there were a lot of interviews from that day but remember it was like weeks later. Like eight weeks later. Right right. Because diana hadn't been found i mean. I'm sure that they had talked to her..

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Scene Of the Crime

05:37 min | Last month

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"Nine seven two three three and there is a really strong correlation between domestic violence and murder. Two there was an analysis done by the washington post a few years ago where they looked at data from forty-seven major. Us cities. they found that more than a third of the men implicated in a domestic killing. Were known to be potential threats. They already had restraining orders against them or they'd already been convicted of violent crime and the reporters found that attempted strangulation was an especially strong indicator that an abusive relationship could turn deadly so again. Just another reason reach out to that. Domestic violence hotline. If you or a loved one is dealing with abuse or you're just not sure and you just wanna talk absolutely so. Michael is obviously if not the prime suspect. He was for shore. A person of interest in diana's murder at the time of his disappearance he was described as six feet. Tall one hundred eighty pounds. Blue eyes brown hair a scar on his upper lip and was a skilled outdoorsman. Who was thought to be living off the land. I mean that's you can just hear that. And those were like and so there he was. I mean we don't know where he went but he have left the truck and left diana there and just be out in the woods somewhere right exactly so that's kind of what they thought they had to. Also wonder if michael had something to do with another case just a few months earlier couple had been brutally murdered and a tube sock had been involved in that case as well just days. After finding diana's body the lewis county investigator got a call from the pierce county investigator and they wanted to compare. No so you know how we often say like in the eighties. Like they're just different jurisdiction. They're not talking to each other in this case they were like right on it. And we're like. Hey let's compare. Notes diana's murder and the disappearance of michael rimmer was consistent with a double homicide that they were investigating according to the homicide. Detective working diana's case the detective from pierce county related the details of this double homicide that happened at tule lake four months earlier on august tenth..

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Scene Of the Crime

05:52 min | Last month

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"A few things were noted number. One michael reimers code was still present in the pickup truck located behind the seat. And that's a pretty big deal because it is freezing outside their snow on the ground. Not whether that you would be walking around in without your code number two. The twenty two caliber pistol. Which mike rimmer was supposed to have had with him was not found number. Three a large quantity of dead animals in the rear of the truck and that indicates that he had gotten a long way on his trap. Line that particular day there were also some blood droplets on the sill of the passenger side door and the samples were taken and sent to the fbi lab. And then mike's dad said that. Mike had intended to cut those two christmas trees but the saw that he used to cut the trees was missing and then they found the second page of what was described as a suggestive. Love letter from a guy named robert downey to diana in the truck. The first page was later. Found in diana's apartment and then this is so weird. They found a manila type envelope on the truck seat with the words. I love you diana written on it. The envelope was empty but they wondered at some point. Was there something inside of it. Well yeah and then. Also they haven't found michael yet but now they're getting the second name robert downey with this suggestive letter. I'm guessing they now have a second person of interest. Yeah and they have. Diana and michael have a hugely volatile relationship. So you know i'm sure. Murder suicide was definitely something that they're thinking about as far also murder and just he's in the wind so there's a lot that they're trying to unpack as they're processing this scene. They sent that manila envelope with samples of mike handwriting. To the fbi lab for comparison because it seemed very similar. Later diana's mother would actually say that she believed the handwriting was remers but ultimately the fbi would say that the handwriting could definitely be determined to be that of michael rimmer due to unexplained variations and a lack of a sample to compare it with but that he couldn't be ruled out. So basically you know. We're kind of like we know nothing from this and this is just the writing on the envelope. Not the writing on the letter that's right. We know that the letter was from able to confirm that. Yes we don't know why page two of it was in the truck. Here's where i wanted to step in and kind of over explain because it's a little hard to keep track remember. This was originally a missing persons report. Out of the pierce county. Sheriff's office because diana crystal and michael lived in puyallup which is in pierce county pierce county in lewis county adjoining counties out in force. Boundless force area so lewis county wasn't even involved in it. So diana's murder investigation is now the responsibility of lewis county and despite a snow covered crime scene. They are just on it. They bring in cadaver dogs and they use metal detectors to find out..

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Scene Of the Crime

03:50 min | Last month

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"The body was brought to the morgue and the truck with the boat on top was taken to the sheriff's office during the autopsy they noticed that the risk binding material had an unusual arrangement and underneath the binding was a shirt that was wrapped around her wrists and then the cord was wrapped around that shirt and that the bra was also located on a portion of the wrist and forearm. It took me a while to make sense of the bindings but it sounds like the bra and the sweater that had been tied around her wrists had been previously cut. So i want to include a quote from the police report that describes it basically the reporting officer noted that this further examination indicated the sweater had been cut horizontally across the shoulders and the front directly through a nylon type zipper and had also been cut down each sleeve to the cuff. The brassiere was cut down the middle to possibly to facilitate its removal. A total of eighteen stab wounds were then counted both front and rear at least two of which penetrated the heart. Doctor brady advised that he was not impressed. By the neck ligature. A man's tube sock with blue ring as a strangulation device but rather as a capture type instrument. So i'm including all of these details because we have so few clues as to this mysterious. Like where was michael reamer. Why had crystal been dropped off at k. mart who is responsible for the death in this horrible violent scene. It's such a bizarre. I mean to cut the clothing in the way that it was. It wasn't like it was it was one cut just to get it off. It just sounds so complicated. Yeah and detective. Beal kind of peels back. His thoughts of those bindings looked like she was pulled out of the back of the vehicle pulls down laying on the ground. She was to the rear of the vehicle and she was stabbed like eighteen times and she had literatures. Her bra was pulled down her back in us. Possibly as ligature there was another piece of cloth that It's hard to describe. It's almost like a heavy gauze wrapping that type of material looked like to me in that was used as ligature to pull her arms behind her back and then she had a tube sock around her neck so just another detail here. A detective would find some sort of hair tie at kmart that appeared to be similar to the material that was used to bind. Diana's rhys it sounds like there's so much happening here. And i'm wondering able to determine the order of events like you to the stab wounds in the front and the back the ligature the cut clothing the hands being tied. It seems like a lot of work and probably a lot of time to do all of that. So were they able to determine the order of events. I mean just the cows of the person who went through all this is unbelievable. Well that's the thing they still don't know. I think that they think that the tube sock You know remember the. The medical examiner refers to it as a capture type instrument that may be that was used to drag her off of the back of the truck. You know the catholic or whatever and then you. She was found on the ground but they don't know there's no way that they can figure out how long after the crime looking at the body so much time has gone by that. I'm guessing that muddies the water as far as looking at the evidence to for sure so let me just say kind of set up what they found at the scene in the process of moving the truck. They could smell a foul odor and determined that in the back of the truck. There were the dead animals and as they continue to process evidence..

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04:27 min | Last month

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"To retire. But the lewis county attorney. General's office called him back into service to help solve the murder of diana robertson from the beginning the case has been muddy but there are few things that we do know for sure in the early morning hours of december twelfth nineteen eighty five twenty one year old diana robertson set out for a day trip with her thirty six year. Old boyfriend michael rimmer and their two and a half year old daughter crystal to get a christmas tree. Another thing we know for sure. Diana and michael never did get that christmas tree in fact that very same afternoon crystal would be found alone abandoned at a kmart store where were her parents. That mystery would go unanswered for eight weeks until a grim discovery was made diana's body was found in a remote wooded area viciously stabbed eighteen times with a tube sock tied around her neck stabbed. Eighteen times someone trying to kill somebody that somebody with a passion. The where was michael had he murder. Diana had he murdered others to just four months earlier a couple had been found murdered. The woman's body had also been found with a tube sock tied around her neck. Was it coincidence. Or was a serial killer on the loose for driving stuff people. Try to link it all together and you watch me be totally wrong. A young mother was murdered over three decades later. Her case remains unsolved. Detective beale has opened up the case file for scene of the crime because he is doing whatever it takes to find out what happened to diana robertson conscientious effort to get closure for the families anytime i needed. Five ten thousand dollars sits their dna. That was just recently sent to the lab. Finally help solve this case. I'm carolina soria with kim shepard and this is the scene of the crime. I love the way the detective in this case is both really passionate about his opinion of what might have happened to.

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After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

Short Wave

01:04 min | 2 months ago

After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

"Science correspondent nell greenfieldboyce with some exciting. Strana me news high now. Hey they're re too so today. We're gonna talk about nasr's next big space telescope. The james webb space telescope. This is a behemoth that is sometimes called the successor of hubble and it will be the biggest most powerful telescope ever put into space. And i here. We finally have launched aid. It's been a long time coming. Indeed indeed it has and now it's supposed to launch on december eighteenth. Hasn't this telescope being in the works for over twenty years. Yeah yeah i i reported on it for. Npr back in two thousand and seven. That's when they built this giant life sized model of the thing and we're bringing around the country. I went to see it when it was set up here in dc down by the white house and all the monuments and to me it looked like this big ray gun that was about to zap the dome off the capitol building description. And that's an unusual. Look for a telescope right. I mean usually space telescopes look like metal tubes but not this one nothing like this has been put out into space before

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Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

Daily Tech Headlines

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

"On friday we talked about a nature publication by google. Ai scientists that showed how a deep learning system could detect abnormal chest xrays rays with an accuracy. Rivaling that of professional radiologists. The system only detects whether a chess scan is normal or not and is not trained to detect specific conditions. The goal here is to increase productivity and efficiency of radiologists clinical process. Let's examine some a i x ray. Science first of all how to rays work xrays are a type of radiation energy. Wave that can go through. Relatively thick objects without being absorbed or scattered very much. X rays have shorter wavelengths than visible light which makes them invisible to the human eye for medical applications of vacuum x. Ray tube accelerates electrons to collide with a metal and owed and creates rays these rays are then directed towards the intended target like a broken arm for example and then picked up by digital detectors called image plates on the other side differ body tissues absorb x rays differently so the high amount of calcium in bones for example makes them especially efficient at x ray. Absorption and this highly visible on the image detector soft tissues like lungs are slightly lighter but also visible making x ray and efficient method to diagnose pneumonia or pleural a fusion Which is fluid in the lungs. For example according to this latest nature publication approximately eight hundred and thirty seven million chest. Xrays are obtained yearly worldwide. That is a lot of pictures for radiologists to look at and can lead to longer wait times and diagnosis delays. And of course. This is why there's interest in developing ai. Tools to streamline the process many algorithms have already been developed but are rather aimed at detecting specific problems on an x ray. The google ai. Scientists however developed a deep learning system capable of sorting chest xrays into either normal or abnormal data intending. To lighten the case load on radiologists

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Bike Fitting 101 with Coach Patrick Carey

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Bike Fitting 101 with Coach Patrick Carey

"Let's just dive right in how to even define a good bike fit. I think that's a great place to start. Might take that every good bikes. It starts with the bike fitting the rider not the other way around and unfortunately oftentimes what happens is people are shoehorned onto their bikes. And that's really the office of what we want to happen. We want to set every bike up for each rider so that the rider just naturally falls into position on the bike. There's no pain points. You're not running into impingement and you're also not contracting yourself. In any way you're not overreaching. You're not spending your wrist some awkward way and and in that same idea if something hurts when you ride your bike. It's not right. Don't ever let someone tell you all that's just how riding a bike is. It's supposed to be a little uncomfortable. Now it's supposed to be joyful and supposed to be wonderful and when you get your bike set up correctly for you. it can be. That was is very much aligned. With what would. I often talk about it. We're not creating a bicycle. Recreating a cyborg and the interface between the animal and the machine is how you achieve that. Let's dive in even further so different approaches to fit. Probably what most people have been used to throw a leg over at approach literally. Stand over the bike. If you can clear the top tube. That's probably a good place. And then when you throw the word sit in there. Usually what ends up happening. Is you all the saddle height. The stem may be gets flipped. It probably does not get changed. And then also a lot of that is relying on the charts. So by companies. Put out the charts. Says if you're five seven you should be on. This is mike. If you're five ten you should be on the size bike. I personally believe that very often unfortunately results in people being on the wrong sized bike typically bike. That's too big which means that they're overreaching on that bike and you end up chasing the front end of the bike so the front end it becomes somewhat fixed in space and you can always shorten the stem so much so then that rider ends up being shoved way way forward on the bike and yeah like cement to create enjoyment. This takes away from

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"x. tube" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"x. tube" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Then another movie. I did the fabulous stains with laura dern and and lane that was laura dern first movie diane lane and and the guys in in the sex pistols paul simon from the clash and lou add blurred directed and Who is also you know instrumental in original rocky horror show. Funny small world is right. Yeah and the the writer for the movie you know they. They stephen paul. They wouldn't say her lines. They said fuck for like every other word in the movie. Whatever they're lying was there was three or four fox in it and she got so she would know that up and she every day she was freaking out because they wouldn't say her lines and she ended up quitting in the middle of the movie and just leaving and took her name off the credits for the movie and paramount. It was paramount movie and they were so upset by the language that they decided not to release the movie. The movie never got released. Never and now it's like a video nubby classic you cole classics oil boy. And then ring winston. I mean he was the leader of the pope ban ray winston and he's turned into a massive star. You know and big time. He was in all these scorsese movies and analysis and just sexy beast. I mean really. He's he's really great. You really great. He really made a career for herself. So yeah. I have done some stuff. But i still wanna do broadway. My wife and i love to go to broadway and we have obviously have seen any broad winged quite a while but We see hamilton like three times in new york city and come from away and We saw temptations play A too proud to beg was so great and network with bryan. Cranston was brilliant. It was so great. I tell you a tube story though with your characters in there there. There's something there my friend. He got green light writing class. I learn how to put these together. You might do the lin-manuel miranda and you'll you'll you'll be able to. you'll get on there some workshops. I wouldn't be surprised if you couldn't based on just who you are. You should be able to meet with some of these people and get your way onto a a broadway production. That's right we will do for. You creates reality once again. Okay i guess other collaborations. I want you had you've worked with richard marx. He's like he's another guy that we wouldn't put together with you. But you guys work well together. Apparently richard did the record. The way mule rides again record. Richard and i wrote all the songs he produced. He's my best friend. We i just saw him the other day. He's a brilliant. I i think the greater songwriter. That i've ever known the greatest vocalist. I've ever known the greatest producer i've ever known he gets. He gets vocals ought to be that. I didn't know i had. Yeah and the guy is a genius and he lives here in malibu and ashley. He just moved to the valley but go valley. we've been friends for. He met us in the studio. He met me in the studio with david foster when we were doing completion baffled principal and he just some kids sitting in the back of the room and at the end of the day goes. I really like your lyrics. Will you ran a song with me. And i i want to say well sure no problem and so we became friends and that was gosh. What eighty one i think. So you know yeah. He's literally was a kid in eighty-one. Yeah i mean he was. Oh yeah he's he never let me forget africa. He's fifteen years younger than me. So so he's a he's a kid are you. Are you in his book. He's just he really book this year. Read it. I'm yes i have. I've there's quite a number of mentions of me. The book absolutely pretty. It's a good book is funny. There's some great stories in that boat and and pretty accurate. I mean his portrayal of me is pretty accurate. Maybe not all that complementary. But that's the way i am. I say stupid stuff a lot. We all do. I put out feelers for you. Gotta tell him to to join our podcast. Feelers to get richard on on our show. And i i haven't gotten response yet. Okay we gotta use our connections man. We're we're gonna put you. I'm going to do live of fee. Way bill show and perform my record. I'll help be put it together. He's going to help me put the band together and rehearse and get a settling together. We're trying to figure.

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"x. tube" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

06:32 min | 2 months ago

"x. tube" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"But that was the last album we did on it. And and and then we went onto david like i said with with the five producers that we had before him we never had never been exposed to a guy who is so brilliant that he would not accept anything less than perfection and so we just worked and worked and worked and worked. We were so hard on that record. Everybody did and i think that's the best record we ever did. And i think you know with talk to you later and don't want to wait anymore and amnesia and attack of the fifty foot woman. I'll god it's so fun it's such it's so great to to To perform it. It's just really really fun. And is funnier pointed out david. Todd rundgren seems to be for. You guys seem to be more obvious choice. So it's interesting to hear because people you know a lot of people we talked to talk about. What a great producer he is. We known him on prairie plays in his band. Sometimes greg goes out with todd on tour and and so we've michelle gray tubes dancer. Mary todd rundgren. You know the the tour the to the one thousand nine hundred ninety six tour. The love bomb tour todd open for us. We went out and toured all over and todd him. Shell fell in love and he ended up marrying earn. So there's a there's a strong connection there and he's you know he's kind of on guard. He's kind of like us. He's constantly doing something different every album. He's got a new new new show in a minute the tiki lounge show or this just he. He's never satisfied. He constantly is changing. And that's really cool. I think it's kind of the love connection in tubes community because prairie also he married a restyled right. The singer prairie never did marry re styles. I don't think oh they were together for reuse our singer from the beginning until Until about nineteen eighty or seventy nine. I think the remote control to her was the last tour. She's just said. I can't do this anymore. I can't leave him the damn bus anymore and and they had been together at that point they had been together. Gosh fifteen years. Maybe i don't know yeah. And then she left the band and then and they stayed together for quite some time after that so you never replaced me as a for funeral. Well we not really We didn't replace. Well we had. We had michelle and cheryl and we had cynthia rhodes and they did some back. There were dancers and they did some background vocals but we never replaced her in terms of of her featured vocalists type person. Then after in the second incarnation of the tubes we had Another singer we had another couple of singers here and there and but they don't last film asked on the road. The road is hard. You know they don't. We had one girl that was so worried about somebody seger naked. Because we're trying to do. Quick changes in sometimes change booth is just like a little plastic shack and she got so upset so nobody cares. Okay just exchange. I don't. I'm not gonna look at you. Nobody's peeking around the corner. And you know you're gorgeous. So what do you care. And but no. She's now sorry work and so she quit moved zealand to new zealand. Why would you do that. there's nothing but sheep. They're going to that far away from the tube really is they're going to be any more acting in the future. We'll i hope so. I wanna do helton. Okay would you. You know anybody on broadway. I wanna play. The king of england are okay. I've got the song right here. Know you'll be back. I wanna do broadway so bad. I'm going to manifest this dream and imagination creates reality. that's the theme of completion backward principle. So but i've done. I've done a lot of you know. I belong to a theater company in gusta michigan. It's called the barn theatre. I'm a barney a number of hollywood actors who are also barney's judge jeff daniels. He one of the. I would think he's from michigan eastern theright. Jeff daniels actually. Yes jeff daniels has his own theatre in michigan and he has performed at our theater at the barn and the barney is a a quonset hut milk barn that was converted into a theatre. It's about a seven hundred fifty seater. Maybe and it's beautiful and it's just all prestige and it's all read like a barn and it says the barn and it's right outside of kalamazoo about five miles in a little town called augusta and augusta little. Oh no stop light. They don't even have stopped signs. It's so small and so i've been performing out there since. Gosh you're twenty years. I first time i did. I went there was ninety. Eight and i did rocky horror. I did franken furhter in rocky horror. And i've done that about a hundred times maybe and i i just i did Spam lot with his funny. I keep channeling tim curry. That's all right. That's a good from all he did. King arthur in spam a lot and i did king arthur and he did franken furhter rocky horror and i did the so anyway usually if i can break away in the summer i haven't it's been a couple of years has an open for a couple years off but i think the last time i was there it was seventeen maybe and we did spam lot. But you know it's like a. It's like a a month long commitment. We go out rehearse for two weeks and then two weeks of performances and Really it's really great. Kid who runs name is brendan rugazi. And his father started. Who was a hollywood actor and.

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"x. tube" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"x. tube" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Because you've been you already had four albums out and like okay. we got to. We've we've done it. One way know done rock and roll way. This guy might know what what's going on. So i'm going to have the patience to deal with this that you might not have had that patients when it was your debut record. Well a i mean. His reputation preceded him. Didn't and we all knew that and we all knew got if you just you know if you just do what he says. And it's going to work out. I mean our first album was out cooper and we just didn't know what the hell we were doing and al kinda let us through and then we. We did a album with ken. Scott who had been an engineer on beatles records and ken scott was i mean he he really had a feeling for engineering but as far as producing goes human. I don't think he said ten worse to us the whole time we we'd go do a take and he'd sit there and sit there and go. What do you think you would just go. wasn't perfect and that was anti they didn't that was always said. Okay well duty and then you know so. We really never had and then. The third album was alive album peterson. That was a great album. Live in london hammersmith odeon and then. The fourth album was now and that was by a by a producer named john anthony. We drove him insane. Pretty much drove him. It was in english man. He was very proper maybe drove him insane and halfway through the album he just disappeared features gone and he got on a plane. Flew black flew back to england. What's what what. What were you guys doing. How'd you how'd you set off your producer. What's going on insane. yeah. I don't know. I guess you know it was a crazy schedule we were. We all still lived in san francisco at the time and we had come to l. a. And we were playing the whiskey gogo and we'd played the whiskey for. I think this that's what kind of dog men saying. We played the whiskey. Two shows a night for three weeks in a row residency at two o'clock in the morning. We're all drunk out of our minds. We go to the studio to record reported from two until ten and then you go home and sleep all day and he never worked like that before and here. We come in the studio after doing two sets the whisky. And we're all completely highest kites it was he just he couldn't he would just do a regular session. Were sleeping all day. Because we got a gig at night and so i was insane and then he ended up leaving and so it was left to us and we had a big. The second engineer on the pro on the project was a guy named don would who is. He was like our front. Of how sound guy for touring and so he took over and we finish the record with him and that was not a great record. And i mean there was some wacky songs on it. But it's part about that record. Was captain beef heart. Come and play on our record and we were all huge fans of captain buford and he played on cathy's clone and we did a beep birdsong. My head's only house unless it rains. And oh so that was really cool. And that's the best thing about that album talking to with the way bill having a great time but as we always do we take a break and so that is what we shall do. This episode is brought to you by federal. Football is back and the best bet you can make is downloading the fan duel sportsbook app. It doesn't matter if you're new to gambling or an old pro fan duel has something for everyone and as an official sports betting partner of the nfl. You know your bets are safe. There's also never been a better time to use fan duel because right now you'll get up to one thousand dollars back. If you're i bet doesn't win. You can even turn a small wager into a big payday with the same game parlay bet. Just sign up with promo code spotify to place your i bet risk-free on fan duel sportsbook download fan duel today. Twenty one plus and present in. Virginia i online real money wager. Only refund issued as non-withdrawal site credit. That expires in fourteen days. Restrictions apply see terms at sportsbook dot fan duel dot com gambling problem. Call one eight hundred gambler. This episode is brought to you by hp plus in world full of smart devices. Shouldn't your printer be smart to it is with hp plus these printers. No when they're running low so you always get the inky meat delivered right when you needed. Plus you save up to fifty percent on inc so you can print whatever you want as much as you want anytime you want. That is pretty smart. Get fixed three months of instant inc when you choose. Hp plus conditions apply visit. Hp.

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Former NBA Star Cedric Ceballos Battling COVID-19: 'My Fight Is Not Done'

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Former NBA Star Cedric Ceballos Battling COVID-19: 'My Fight Is Not Done'

"For prayers after spending several days in the hospital battling Covid 19 former NBA players. Cedric Ceballos has spent the last 11 days hospitalized in an intensive care unit with Covid 19, he announced on Twitter. The 52 year old is asking his friends and family for prayers while sharing a photo of him with breathing tubes. On August 27th, the former NBA star first announced he had contracted Covid on Instagram, forcing him to cancel a scheduled meet and greet At the time, he told fans he was at home after a hospital visit and was hopeful for a quick recovery. Matt Piper, CBS News

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Mike and Fox's Jesse Watters Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Mike and Fox's Jesse Watters Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane

"Guy for a long time back to fox news channel days which feels like about two lifetimes ago and i took umbrage at the daily beast claiming jesse waters has the most punishable face in america. Now that that was an outrage. Until i've seen jesse now that face on tv every morning noon and night on fox news for the last couple of weeks. I've never seen anybody on. Tv more than you are these days my friend i only found. She is on tv where than jetty waters. He might be a little funnier than you. And you're a funny guy. Got a lot to catch up on in fact jesse. Let's start here of course fox news channel host. He hosts waters world every saturday night at eight. Pm he's one of the co host of the five and his new book is called. How i saved the world reading about. The book is so funny. I can't wait to read the book because the description is hysterical. Somebody asked me yesterday about the years that i spent as a fox news channel contributor and i said you know after doing it i just i don't want i didn't wanna do tv anymore. It's a weird thing. I'm that i'm like greg. Gut fells unicorn one of those rare breeds. That doesn't want to be on tv yet. You know talk about what that feels like because you know what it's like people there are people around us. Maybe you. you'd run over your own beloved mother to get a few minutes of airtime on on the boob tube. You know what i mean for your audience. Who doesn't realize i was a production assistant and i would call mike gallagher and catch them on the cell. The book for the factor. I would get a gallagher of car service and call the studio so mike gallagher could have makeup and get mike gallagher onto the studio in time so he can talk to the

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NASA's Perseverance Rover Successfully Cores Its First Rock

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

NASA's Perseverance Rover Successfully Cores Its First Rock

"Mars today will attempt to confirm that NASA's perseverance Rover successfully court its first rock NPR's show, PALKA reports Iraq cores are due to be returned to Earth on a future mission. Although perseverance is a pretty sophisticated robotic geologist, scientists would like to be able to confirm the rovers analyses with instruments only available on Earth. Especially if the analyses hint that there was once microbial life on Mars. The rover drilled the rock sample on September 1st. But mission managers wanted to be sure the sample made it into the collection tube. Initial pictures were inconclusive, so another set is being taken. Perseverance will ultimately leave the collection tubes on the Martian surface for a subsequent mission to return them to Earth, perhaps in a decade or so. Joe Palka

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NASA's Newest Mars Rover Snags 1st Rock Sample for Return

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

NASA's Newest Mars Rover Snags 1st Rock Sample for Return

"NASA says its newest Mars rover has successfully collected a sample of rock there was excitement at NASA with the chief engineer for the perseverance rover tweeting out I've never been more happy to see a hole in a rock after confirming that the rover had drilled out perfect core sample last month the effort failed when a rock sample crumbled before it could be lifted into a storage tube perseverance arrived in February with hopes that the rover can collect rocks that might hold evidence of ancient life which would be sent to earth in about a decade NASA is planning to launch more spacecraft to retrieve those rock samples I'm Jackie Quinn

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Hostages Strapped to Getaway Cars as Robbers Target Banks in Brazil

Hard Factor

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Hostages Strapped to Getaway Cars as Robbers Target Banks in Brazil

"A gang of brazilian bank. Robbers went to extreme measures to show police that they meant business with the hostages that they took tying multiple hostages to roofs and hoods of their getaway cars early monday morning. Brazil time a gang of more than twenty heavily armed men attacked three banks in the center of Iraq tube Using more than fourteen bombs around the city to serve as a diversion and according to local media after the robbery gang took a number of hostages and surrounded the local military police station gang members also blocked key access roads into the city by setting up cars At traffic

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Nicola Tesla: Let There Be Light

History That Doesn't Suck

02:15 min | 3 months ago

Nicola Tesla: Let There Be Light

"Is no subject more captivating more worthy of study than nature to understand this great mechanism to discover which forces on active and the laws which govern them is the highest aim of the intellect of man nature has stored up the universe infinite energy com infinite energy in the universe. Indeed nicholas stand by the statement and goes on to explain his desire to tap into this infinite energy but the immigrant continues he will not wax philosophical tonight rather you'll contend himself with explaining and demonstrating one of the most important issues facing the world at present namely the production of a practical and efficient source of light going into professor mode the ingenious serb scratches out formulas on the chalkboard that high frequency alternating current the way forward. That's a claim that his former employer. Thomas alva- edison would certainly reject yet. Nikola argues alternating. Current could cindy electricity hundreds of miles but as intellectual as the audience in this packed lecture hall might be why just tell them about the virtues of alternating current when you can show them nikola flips a switch on his wooden desk. He's just engaged. A motor high frequency alternator and as he does so an arc in sparks. Jump between two poles incredible. But that's nothing. The lincoln venter's just getting started with the lecture halls lights dimmed nikolai now. Picks up to gasfield tubes that is geissler tubes holding one in each hand as he stands between the two large hanging zinc sheets. They start to glow americans essentially from now. Might look at these think lightsabres. Well these nineteenth century americans aren't far off from that one reporter here. Tonight will later. Describe the scene quote like aluminum held in the hands of an archangel. Those quote others are just lost as to how nikolai's doing it. The electrical review will write quote. Here mr tesla seem to act the part of a veritable magician close quote

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Full Circle (MM #3800)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Full Circle (MM #3800)

"The Mason with Kevin Mason, the world of fast food is Ever Changing? Everybody's always looking for new ways to entice customers. But right now it looks like fast. Food is coming full circle back when they first started out. He basically walked up to an order window. Major order waited for it came and picked the bag up and walked away, and there may have been some picnic tables outside, but there was no indoor dining off course, news from Taco Bell. The first probably start. This says, they're going to create restaurants, that kind of look like bank. Tellers that are basically just pneumatic tubes with a restaurant above that. Nobody sits in basically a kitchen, send it down the tube, like at the Bangkok, you drive away. There will be lanes for people to come up and Order, and there'll be lanes for delivery people, because delivering food is becoming even more important. Now, that covid-19.

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Full Circle (MM #3800)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Full Circle (MM #3800)

"The Mason with Kevin Mason, the world of fast food is Ever Changing? Everybody's always looking for new ways to entice customers. But right now it looks like fast. Food is coming full circle back when they first started out. He basically walked up to an order window. Major order waited for it came and picked the bag up and walked away, and there may have been some picnic tables outside, but there was no indoor dining off course, news from Taco Bell. The first probably start. This says, they're going to create restaurants, that kind of look like bank. Tellers that are basically just pneumatic tubes with a restaurant above that. Nobody sits in basically a kitchen, send it down the tube, like at the Bangkok, you drive away. There will be lanes for people to come up and Order, and there'll be lanes for delivery people, because delivering food is becoming even more important. Now, that covid-19.

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Thomas Alva Edison: Inventing the Light Bulb

History That Doesn't Suck

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Thomas Alva Edison: Inventing the Light Bulb

"And yes the inventor does go by his middle name. Sits attentively in a chair is blue. Green is fixated as he cautiously watches the liquid metal known as mercury to send long vertically oriented tube on his spring style vacuum pump. The mercury's flow suctions air from a pear-shaped glass or bowl. Attached via a second tube. This glass bowl is latest. Iteration of an incandescent light but before he sends electricity's through its copper wires and across the thread connecting them or film it as it's called the brown haired inventors using this pump to remove as much air from the ball possible. That's how he gives his little filament of fighting chance of not burning to a crisp trista zaps it with temperatures as high as five thousand degrees fahrenheit. See those temperatures are why the film is the key thing here. Alva- would have a marketable incandescent light. If only he could find something able to take the heat. He's performed countless experiments over the past year. And this time. He's using carbonized. Cotton thread here. We go again. The mercury starts pulling sizable air bubbles. Al now heats glass bulb with an alcohol flame thus expanding the remaining gases inside who this delicate work one mistake and days of effort will go to waste but as the hours pass. Things continue smoothly. The mercury is now dripping faster. One of alvis assistance nineteen year old francis gel grabs the jar collecting mercury at the bottom of the pump. Replaces it with a new one. Then ascends a stepladder deported. Liquid back into the contractions reservoir. Meanwhile alva- cautiously starts using a battery to provide any electrical current to the bulbs to wires the flow of mercury continues to evacuate air from pear-shaped glass as the film inside. Glose after ten hours of this. The bulbs ready. It's time to see if this filament is the

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25 Million Liberals Who Favor Socialism Should Donate Everything to the Government

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 3 months ago

25 Million Liberals Who Favor Socialism Should Donate Everything to the Government

"Liberals in the country. Regular listener. Mind this guy Brian, who's been emailing me from years. Former Wall Street. I've been very smart, liberty oriented, dude. He emails me a lot, and he sent me some numbers, and he's right. There's probably At least 25 million radical leftists in the country. So why don't all 25 Million of you show us how much you hate capitalism and love socialism, forfeit away your property, sell your property and then just donate the money to the government on the Treasury's website. You can do it. There's nothing stopping you from doing it because I'm sure you think your big daddy government from each according to his abilities to each according to his needs will take care of you and you'll get the money back. And why don't you do us this favor so we can all be assured you're not a phony and a fake and a Fried. Why don't you post the canceled checks? Because we would really love to see that post the canceled checks the check you wrote to the Treasury on Facebook or whatever Screw tube whatever communist platforms you love to use. Why don't you post the canceled checks on there and lead by example? That would be a powerful statement, wouldn't it? 25 million radical leftist Americans who swear they believe in socialism and hate capitalism. And one of the tenants of capitalism is the freedom to own private property. If they all sold their private property. That would be quite a donation that could add up to potentially hundreds of billions of dollars. You could make a real dent. Why don't you do it? Because you won't because your phone ease or you just don't know anything, you know? I told this story in the past soap.

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The Words on Fire Podcast

03:49 min | 4 months ago

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"We're probably talking about lunch. They should really tasted the you burrito supreme. You bought a taste. So i'm looking at her. So right off the bat they really killed it instead of being the gentlemen it'd be a little bit of fucking sperm on your head right but i'm not gonna say she because now i'm thinking let's play a game right like let's see how far this should could travel downer ahead before she realizes. Hey how ran through the wall. You like roger rabbit. You know with them off. I'm gone so so one starts. Dripping right is driven down by eyebrow shits full only. Cbs dripping down the eyeball it that she deepens converse cheese in this conversation boom second little drip hits other yo. Oh ob- starts washy talking. I'm looking up the euro. I'm looking. I'm looking for a fucking anything coming my way. I'm almost so what i mean. This dude none on the season. I guess either so one or two things one thing. This dude is like an olympic shooter. Yeah man and he was trying to finally just aim at himself. It just makes you put him in like movies so this guy either was trying to catch something from below and it went. He missed he calculations off or he does. One of the crazy shit's which he people in that booth would do round gonna. He probably stood on top of the book the seat and was aiming to fucking hit the waller. I dunno i dunno. it's too much. That's a lot of preparation fucking..

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The Promised Podcast

14:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Chilly by Daniele Ruben. And now it's time for a second topic so done this story has everything it has principled stance. It has the selling out of principles. It has backstab. Ry It. It has machiavellian ISM. It has bad Ambriz getting screwed and last minute changes of fortune. What the Hell is going on on the right well as we said in our last discussion Russian ten pm last night As we're recording today a day later every list running for the Knesset needed to submit to the elections committee. The names of its one hundred. Twenty Knesset candidates as if they might win all the seats in the election as have nine. PM An hour before the deadline. Prime Minister Netanyahu called the leaders of three of the four. Right of the Likud party's into his office with the aim of putting the fear of God into them and carrot and sticking them into all joining forces into a single right-wing wing list when they enter the prime minister's office. They were organized into two factions when they left forty-five minutes later they were still organized into two factions but the factions actions had changed. And here's what happened three weeks ago. Minister of Education Rabbi Rafi Parrots. WHO's the head of the National Religious Modern Orthodox Jewish home party agreed to run with E.? Tamar Ben Gvir the Kahane's claims he's no longer a Kahane's head of the far right wing Jewish might or outsmart indeed party Ben Veer is considered by many even on the right and even in the National Religious camp to be beyond the pale in the April elections. The two parties did run together. Are there along with the National Union. Stay with us. This is complicated but the Jewish might candidate a man named Matthias Berry was banned from running by the supreme court for being array cest so no party representative was elected in the September elections. Jewish might ran on its own received. Eighty three thousand six hundred nine votes which is not enough to pass the minimum threshold so those votes in the end were not counted. This time rabbi. Parents wanted those votes to accrue to his party so he he made a deal with each of our ben in the meanwhile the prior head of the Jewish home. Party minister of defense stuff tally Bennett. And his number. Two Foreign Minister of Justice. A electric launched a campaign of their breakaway new right party. In the April elections. The New Right Party failed to pass the minimum threshold so again for the right right a lot of votes for wasted but in September they joined forces with the Jewish Home Party and the National Union and running altogether. They garnered seven seats. It was widely expected that these same three parties. The Jewish home. The New Right and the National Union will join together again in this election but roffe parrots is agreement with the Jewish. Might Party complicated matters Neftali Bennett than announced that he would not run together with Jewish. Might or with Ben Veer explaining that he could not run with a man who has a picture on his wall of Baruch Goldstein. Who Murdered Twenty Nine Palestinians in the Patriarchs in Hebron tweeting? That this should be so obvious. Yes he shouldn't have to explain it last week. The National Union headed by the very right wing but not as extreme as Ben Minister of transportation but solid small church joined joined with Bennett's new right party so the parties of the right of the Likud and organize themselves into these two blocks the Jewish home and Jewish might together and the new right and the National Union together as Prime Minister Netanyahu and many others on the right so this was a problem since neither pair of the parties had a very clear identity. Both of them married a more moderate right-wing party with a more extreme right-wing party and the new right hope to attract secular voters puts motrin which has a habit of saying that he pines for Israel becoming a Halachic state a theocracy the accuracy which doesn't sit well with secular voters in the most recent elections all four parties together got the equivalent of around eight seats which meant now that the two who listens to split that shared electorate with surgical precision or one of those factions wouldn't likely pass the minimum threshold Prime Minister Netanyahu solution to have all four parties. Join together that was the safest way not to lose any votes over the past week. He cajoled encouraged and threatened to make that happen. And there are unconfirmed reports. That offered Neftali Bennett a five year. Promise to stay Minister of Defense in exchange for agreeing to run with Ben Veer and the Jewish might right party but Bennett refused. He tweeted to the Likud. If you aren't being very so much why don't you take him in the Likud. He said his refusal to run with Ben Career as I mentioned before was principled and he didn't bend on this principle and truth even in the end he did not bend on this principle. We do not know what Netanyahu said in the office office as the deadline ticks closer but we do know that in the end rabbi parrots caved in abrogated agreement with Ben Gear and join the other two parties recreating recreating the Amino a rightward list. That won seven seats in the September election. Ben Vera and Jewish might are apparently running on their own just as they did disastrously freshly for Netanyahu and the right in the most recent elections although today Netanyahu spokespeople like Levin recalling on them to withdraw from the race. The parts of the right of the Likud Kood are thus back exactly but exactly to where they were in the last elections and most likely the neo communist will not be in the next Knesset. At least we can hope so which which leads to the question that we will consider this discussion. What the hell just happened? What does it say anything about? Rabbi parents and his Jewish home party that they were eager here to make common cause of Ben Gurion Jewish might until suddenly they weren't. What does it say if anything about Bennett and his new party that they were saying over our dead body unwilling to make common cause of Ben Veer Jewish might and in the end? They weren't what's going on with the parties on the rights. Well one of the most simple Analysis you have to give is that Rabbi Rafi Parrots. Maybe should go back to being rabbi. Because he's a really crappy politician at least when it comes to the wheeling and dealing part and if she judged by the past election campaigning for votes. Part and the giving interviews parts is where right when they called the what they call it like a self inflicted suicide bomb when he he When he gave his last interview to the public I just have to Note the most entertaining I think anecdote from from last night's Political dramas was was when Bennett declared that he could not run with someone who had a A picture of killer Baruch Goldstein on his on his wall and and And my just my favorite was was Benji. You're saying that for the sake of right. Take down the right unity. He's GonNa take picture down so like our political future of the country rides on the interior decoration of In my big Ben Carriers thinks I think the freemen taped it up dorm room style but really I think this was I mean we'll see how the votes shakeout but in terms of wheeling and dealing healing you know the big winner is enough. Tally Bennett because he stood up to. Netanyahu he I in his original. You know withdrawing from the becoming the head of the Jewish home party. He was trying to declare independence from the rabbis. They said that he wanted to get away from small church but he didn't really get away from sponsors. He took him back but really he he. He declared independence from the Jewish home party. Because he didn't want the rabbis telling him what to do so he established the new right and he got sort of got now he gets to be the head of the whole religious right without without being sort of under this rabbinical authority and it gets to run things. The way he He gets to run things and he doesn't even have to be number today L. at checkout anymore. Because they said she was more popular. So you know he really won this This negotiation and in our Ben via man you almost feel sorry for him. You as much as you can feel sorry for a for a sky but you know it was a great photo in our. It's where he just looks so sad really really sad what I learned earned from this in. I've learned it from other places too but I'm always amazed at the extent is how badly the right wing especially the religious right. It is in meltdown. Like those people have no idea who they are and they they have just split into fragments. There are the the people who are most committed committed to being like neo cons and not necessarily even religious and Bennett kind of is trying to capture those people and then there are the people who are really sort of messy messy Innis and then there are the people who are this. The old fashioned National Religious left leaning people that we grew up with my my neighborhood used to be the headquarters of the National Religious Party and it was this heavy national religious neighborhood. And they're still out of those old guys. You See walking shoe on Saturday. Who are really? They live in Tel Aviv. And they're genuinely leftists and their religious and they believe that Judaism teaches that we should seek peace and all sorts of things in their part of this too and and they don't have a clue about who they are or how to find common cause and they feel. I think that people like on a boss see somebody else wearing a knitted it coupon. They feel some fellow feeling but they have no idea at this moment who that other person is is did a is it a is it a leftist. They'd have no idea who they I I think. Part of the problem is that the I think there are many more moderate national digits folks out there then you would guess from the political leadership hip because you know parsing out what the differences are between Rafi parrots and but Seles Motrin and Ben Vereen how far these people really apart from each other. You know what is it that they're disagreeing agreeing about. It's you know it's not much And and I think there there's there's no voice and I think Bennett is trying to be that voice of people who say yes we want to keep with the settlements but otherwise we are not crazy racists and we are not You know extreme is looking to see some showers from the country. Did you see some people put an ethnic spin on it. That like you know when when you know extreme right-wing racism comes in the package of a small church You know it's acceptable but when it comes in the package of a ben gear it's unacceptable and Rafi parrots etc that saying there's like an ethnic dimension very interesting violence connection to cause any been greer's associated with people who are out there actively he promoting violent acts against Arabs.

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The Promised Podcast

14:57 min | 2 years ago

"x. tube" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"I went to see the other night at Lafontine along with Rabbi Joe Schwartz and Rabbi Adam bow the Chin in the most rabbinic rabbinic night of spiritual neo debauchery in recent memory. Danielle Ruben was enchanting. Her guest is Avi Fagan was enchanting. Her band was enchanting. The rabbis is by my side were enchanting an so enchanted. We will listen to her over the course of the hour. And now it's time for a first discussion. So Alison aided always peaches and herb. Who say at best good in this? We saw unless Gus. We're kind of a love fest. There on the left isn't there. It's so romantic. They said it would never work out. They said it couldn't be done but they did it. There is now one one count of one Zionist party running in this election. Only one to the left of blue and white party the other day. The Labor Party tweeted an image with a blue heart at the top and beneath the words in English in a relationship with Maritz January thirteenth twenty. Twenty they're in love. It's so cute merits head. Nitzan Horowitz tweeted a picture of himself standing dining room in front of a fruit basket riveted in conversation with Labor Party head Amir Parrots. They were dressed alike to above the photo. These words a partnership of change and hope Amir Parrots tweeted a picture of him. Shaking hands with Horowitz in front on a bunch of Israeli flags adding quote. We will lead we will navigate together. We are bringing the good news of change and hope to the twenty twenty elections parrots and Horwitz is called a press conference at which they both spoke about how brave and clever they both were for doing this putting aside their differences joining together to increase as much as is humanly possible. The centre-left stances a beating Prime Minister Netanyahu and the right in the march second elections so basically the reason for finally doing this was this. The poll showed that that alone. Each party stood a chance of falling below the minimum election threshold of three and a quarter percent of votes. Therefore being shut out of the Knesset which would be really a disaster aster for the centre-left bloc so as things stood this week. Each party seem to have enough support to barely pass the threshold but many people believe as elections actually do draw near that many people on both sides of the map. We're going to be transferring. Their support to the big parties on the left the cases To blue and white. So so the only way to guarantee that neither one of the other of these two parties to the immediate left a blue and white or both of them heaven forbid fell below the threshold was to join forces and the deadline for joining forces was last night at midnight This was kind of a hard thing for them to do. They been resisting it or at least Labor had been strongly resisting it for a few reasons ever since Lawyer named Shulamit Aloni left the Labor party in nineteen seventy-three to begin what eventually became merits after after it had a whole bunch of different parties under different names. These two leftist parties have definitely stood for different things alone. Disagreed with Labor. said it didn't pay enough attention to civil and human right. said it was too soft on rabbis that it was unwilling to make compromises needed to be made to achieve peace with Palestinians and that it was kind of settlement curious basically basically merits has maintained this critique till this day parrots for his part he sees marriage as a party of an old Ashkenazi elite. That is done. It's over and he decided to join with Orlova Kasese Gesher party in order to appeal to a new electorate that represents the old Eskenazi lead but finally in a late night meeting on Sunday. Night parrots and Horowitz did the hard thing they got past their differences and they chose to ignore their differences. They decided to join together in analyst. which would be split? Sixty forty Labor Gesher's favor because that reflected labor is better performance in the last election in recent polls and frankly I think you know. They're bigger reluctance to do This getting together thing. They put together a list that would put five labor. Gesher people in the Knesset and about four Meretz people if the polls prove accurate And there's no chance now of not exceedingly minimum threshold. Both parties are in so of course as goes in politics. Not everyone was thrilled by this. The biggest biggest and most disgruntled person was the first Muslim on the joint lever. Barrett's guest list who is placed at number eleven and therefore probably won't get into the the Knesset making merits which always has prided itself on joint Jewish Arab politics part of an all Jewish Knesset faction another very very very very unhappy. A person is stopped shofar and the Green Party. She's leading who ran with merits in the September election as part of the Democratic Union but a bigger question arises so these the differences between the parties were real. They had some important stuff about they really believed to different things. Labor Gesher wanted to appeal more to religious. People merits wanted their secular supporters to know that the Party sees religious Legis folks has been knighted and primitive merits. Wants to be more full-throatedly out there in opposition to the occupation and settlers Labor Gesher especially Orly Levy Becsey's not so so much A couple elections ago merit stopped defining itself as Zionist party Labor. Gesher likes to wrap itself in the flag and seeing how Tikva there are some other differences to. Let's face it guys. This was shot gun wedding. They made fun of it on the satire programmer scenario Derek. Last night with a mere parents. Basically handcuffed to Horowitz aside with horwitz it's happily proclaiming that it was historic moment in Paris. Grumbling yeah technically on the radio they asked orally what her Likud Dad Thought of the merger and she said he knows it's technical he knows it doesn't mean that I believe what merits believe so. The Guy Holding the shotgun was against because sources involved in these negotiations said that Colon Blue and white officials really really pressured hard. I'm your parents trying to convince them to unite with With merits In higher it's revealed Hecht wrote that more than being a reason to celebrate the linkup between Labor. Gesher merits is an insurance policy against a catastrophe. So in light of all this. Here's the questions and was this union really a good thing if it was a necessary evil or necessary necessary act. How does this new league formed the Joint Party run a campaign what can be its message can even have a message? I would call a Tarantino shotgun wedding where everybody's pointing their guns at everybody else. Ah Yes yes. And and many people don't come out of it at the end which is afraid What will happen in in this process? Look it could be like the Arab joint list where you have a bunch of parties with conflicting ideologies running together and they have an overlapping constituency. No one expects ask them to have a unified message because they couldn't possibly come up with one except the Vegas Kind of Aspirations their message change and hope as you said familiar. All your cliche doesn't mean anything doesn't say anything. The fact that he saw fridge was pushed out or is so high. That is not likely to get in. That does matter. Because merits made a breakthrough through in the recent elections drawing Arab votes. And now they're most likely lose those Arab votes and showing that when push came to shove that wasn't that important to them so they might lose those votes for years to come to. Don't forget how you well right or that. We really really want you and then well okay. We don't need you right now. So which is just how Arabs have been treated in the electoral campaigns since Israel was founded. So we all understand why they did it. And it makes sense given given the realities I mean I I think the left and these parties need to be reconsidered altogether so I don't know if this is just staving off the executioner for a little while but if this third election in a year is not only about getting rid of Netanyahu which if that is what people vote on. They're going to go vote for blue and white and large numbers again Then what is is it about and these guys have not shown any renewed vision. They're just repeating old mantra without even adapting those old mantras to the current political reality. I mean people watch the news. They know what's going on in the world. They hear about Iran Syria Hamas. I mean they're not relating to this and they're not giving us something that would give people a reason to hope that those messages would have meaning right now so I think that's what's most fearful that I said some good folks on the list. I think you're exactly right though. I also think that there there is room to be A little more sympathetic to the plight of these people the Labor Gesher as I've been saying this podcast for a long time and I I really believe is trying something new. That was trying something new until yesterday. That was I think exciting and I think was as plausible. That would have taken would take a long time to do which is to say there are people who are willing to vote for the left if we speak differently differently if we speak differently about religion if we speak differently about nationalism and Zionism there are people who will join us and so they were trying to develop this is language that fat really sounded nothing like merits that was the anti merits language of the Left. And now in this particular election they can't do it which his wife at the moment. I think that there are a little stymied. They don't know what to say. The reason why I think we have some sympathy is also both of you. Said is because in in the end and because it feels as though this is the best opportunity that we've had ten years to dramatically change the face of Israeli government which is to say to get rid of Netanyahu and have a very different looking government. It's just it was too great a risk for them to it Run separately even though personally. I was sort of hoping that they would because I believe that they both would get over that threshold by a good margin like they did in the last election but I understand that decision as for merits they are. I think going to be the way that they always were I because I think they can do no other already. Like almost immediately Nissan Horowitz. I forget exactly what it was but said something that was a that was really dramatically anti religious in a way. That must've made certainly ordinary. Ed Probably I'm your parents and other people in the Labour party cringe because that's who they are in one. One thing that you have to say about merits people is that they have for long anti-bid authentically who they are. I have criticisms of it. But there's something very valuable about which is why it's terrible authentically elitist the things they promote values. That most of us. I think I have problems with it. But but that's that is a reason why it's so terrible that there's no uh-huh Palestinian Israeli who is going to get into this because for merits that that really is a strongly held belief that they have worked hard for years to try to implement in their politics and then suddenly because of this. They're forced to not do that. So these compromises are hard. Yeah I think that they can't afford right now. To just put up their feet say they are message is going to be in this campaign okay. We're together because we have to be together. Hope and change without any kind of real message because really the danger I think is that these two parties parties could be less than the sum of their parts. Because you've got the lefty lefty saying you know. I'm not going to vote for a party. That's headed by mere parrots and Ori Levy by Kasese and choosing to vote vote for example for the joint list or to stay home and then on the other side. People who just can't fathom voting for merits last time around. Were able to vote for Labor. Gesher sure because they like to the direction of Paris and Orly and And so they'll say well if I'm going to vote you know I might as well just go. Vote for the whole Avante. So even though there's no danger anymore anymore of Going below the electoral threshold. which is you know very statistically disastrous? It could still be a problem. If if they allow shrinkage from this block almost certainly only will shrink for exactly that reason. Many many people say now I don't need to vote for them. I can vote for blue and white right right because I'm not voting to save them. I'm GonNa vote for somebody might actually have a lot more. We're going to save them. No no I I think I think the other part of this we haven't talked about is the ethnic dimension which is that for the first time in its history. The Labor Party is led by three Missouri came mm-hmm but Nissim is rocky. Had An extensive interviewing are a couple of weeks ago and came and and It's worth people who haven't read it or disgusted yet to go back to it. You know he what his argument I think is very relevant here which is saying that Miserable humor not looking from his rocky leaders offers of the Labor parties espousing the same old ideology. That doesn't speak to them. The Jewish nationalist Identity the idea that we are part of the majority Giardi that we belong here. We rule here. All those things are messages that merits very hard. Time speaking about and the Labor Party even though we've had these elections over and over again hasn't done a very good job formulating new message. They haven't done anything to come and say. Hey we really have a new vision. This isn't the same old Labor Party. I I think that just having those three people at the top was their notion of were formulating a message. Look at us. We let him down saying that. Doesn't Saturday Saturday some of us and we. We are different now. I again in the reviewed column. Who I presume? She's speaking to a lot of people on the left. She says that The shotgun aspect of a bit that God's pretty much told parrots that he has to make this move made him feel like he has to keep taking orders from left-wing Ashkenazi. Even though you know he's supposedly Salihi at the at the head of the party. Yes we'll have plenty of opportunity to talk about this in the future. Now listen to this Eh I ask Um hum that's wrong is by immune.

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The Promised Podcast

15:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Most trending travel destination for twenty twenty as measured by Google Search Data and reported by Andrew Silverman. The director of Google Travel Project Management. This on a charming Google blog called the keyword in a charming post called five tips for finding the best hotels in twenty twenty Silverman wrote quote. The Sandy beach is denying the nightlife of Sao Paulo and hand. Korean barbecue. From Seoul are all top of mind for people planning vacation this year. End Quote worse over not so eager to get to his tips. He might doubtless have added after the Korean barbecue from Seoul the sense Oh g. Ancient Buddhist temple in Tokyo and the Mediterranean Moxie and Levin Teen Liveliness of. Let's say the Carmel shook in Tel Aviv. Because after denying Sal Palo Seoul and Tokyo Tel Aviv is the place that the most quote people from around the world old are interested in traveling to this according to quote Global Hotel Search Data and as we all know the data. Don't lie the cities on the top ten list. Less searched for and sought after then. Tel Aviv are Marseille Vienna Bangkok Dubai and Perth which is super for them and to the four thousand two hundred ten cities on earth who are not included at all on the top ten list of hotels most search for Google cities like New York Paris. London curious got and Jerusalem. We say do not despair. Just try to be the best damn city you know how to be. No one can ask more of you than that. Meanwhile listeners who are no doubt Out Eager to know whether it was director of Google Travel Project Management Andrew Silverman whose wife Lawrence overman shocked the world when she announced in two thousand thirteen that she was carrying the child of Andrew. Silverman's dear friend x-factor American idol and got talent impresario. Simon Cowl a baby conceived on a vacation in Barbados does that the Silverman's and cowl took together Yauza. In fact that was New York Real Estate Mogul Andrew Silverman an entirely different Andrew Silverman but in a broader sense. Don't the two Andrew Silverman stand for a single thing. Really the fact that one should choose ones travel destinations with the greatest of care because because of vacation beaten Dang where the US one hundred ninety six light. Infantry Brigade stood down on August Thirteenth Nineteen seventy-two ending America's long a`shameful nightmare in Vietnam or in Barbados where Simon Cowl I saw in Lauren. Silverman a certain factor a vacation can change your life and arguably nothing captures the spirit of this city. We love so well Tel Aviv. Jaffa better than the people of the nations. The world over dreaming of a change of spiritual uplift finding their fingers typing the name of the first Hebrew city and without reservation making reservation with us in that self-same city city is a woman who is always trending our hearts I speak of course of Alison happening. Summer Allison is written for politico the New Republic Foreign Policy Vigia some posted. Jt the forward and many other of your very best papers magazine is a columnist with our at you heard on MPR PRI in the BBC and you saw her on. I Twenty Four television and Al Jazeera Zero TV. She holds a BA neighbor. It's world tenor. Ward for journalism recognizing excellence in the ASPER reportage and a Simon Rock our award for excellence and covering Zionism Ali And Israel Alison how you doing a little bleary eyed from following political developments last night but I know yeah. Yeah but the PODCAST. You know it just wakes me up. It's like a bracing Sing Cup of coffee to sort of an intellectual caffeine jolt along with Racing de say for me. It was the cup of coffee plus the caffeine pill that woke me up also with us in the studio and you just heard him a man who is warmer than the sand beaches of denying more lively than the nightlife in Sao Paulo and more piquant than the Korean Rian. Barbecue of soul. I refer of course to Dan Futterman. Don Is the Israel Program Director of the Mariah Fund and the Director of the Israel Center for Educational Innovation. Don when sixty six families please met on a desolate sand Dune north of joff on April Eleventh Nineteen O nine and founded Tel Aviv. Do you think they ever imagined that one day that city would be typed into search engines. All over the world well can refer back to two of my favorite New Yorker cartoons. Think of all the kids that are coming on those vacations and thinking as they're heading to Tel Aviv. I'm I'm the one who has to write the damn essay what I did in my summer vacation or the other third guy love and other with a third grader. WHO's standing up in class going my summer vacation? A spiritual and sexual awakening or this is the place for that. I'd say my name is Aaron. I don't mean to Brag but a guy that I know searching for a way to characterize me to me said you know you know what you are. You heard of postmodern right your like post smart and I don't mean into both that's not how I was raised but it's not everyone that can make human intelligence itself seem like a thing of the past. Today we will discuss. Three topics have unparalleled importance. But first we have a matter that we are following with lert interesting. Great concern as part of an occasional series that we call the promised podcast ponders the parting of per tenaciously Salie pensive and progressive poets. Fifty years ago to the day almost to the minute as we record the great scholar of Jewish Mysticism Gershom Scholem. Then seventy three years old rose in the pavilion of the Har- cemetery in Jerusalem at the edge of what was called then as now the professors there's plots to eulogize the great poet Children's writer Essayist Translator and teacher of Comparative Literature Leah Goldberg Who Lay Behind named him beneath the Paul on a Gurney. She died the day before of cancer to Scholem. Goldberg remained in death. What she had been in life a kind of puzzle he said said quote? What attracted us to lay? I was a rare precious and very personal combination of reserve and pride of love and of suffering for her. The world was was a fountainhead of pain she was as she herself wrote in one of her poems heavy with silence one of her close friends said to me lay gave so much and received so little little in exchange the result was withdrawal into poetry a pouring forth averse. We were fortunate to over here. There was one wonderful world in which which she found full and triumphant. Release the world of children. All that was positive in her a great deal found marvelous expression in her poems for children. It it's not surprising that the children who learn loved her poems wondered later when they grew up how it was that her poems for adults were so sad it may be said that it was through the transmuting of her suffering into something solid inner poetry that she won her place as one of the outstanding figures of modern Hebrew literature she was a paradigm of nobility ability in her loneliness with her passing. We have lost something quiet and humble something precious and they retrievable and quote Susan wants. It's brought me three books. Gobert poems a set and with it came a CD of her reading her poetry. And I put it on and I could feel all the weight of it so heavy in a weary eastern European accent Mohammed actually adds noise Evian Lamonica and by that I am name again. Now that are a A few months before she died Goldberg. Got A questionnaire from the Israel writers guild that asked near the start. How many books have you written? Goldberg's answer was ECCLESIASTES. Deion too many Goldberg told that that she was hardly more than a baby. In the Great War when her family fled Konigsberg in Prussia where she was born like Immanuel Kant almost two hundred years before to cove no in Lithuania and then the family escaped onto Russia coming back from Russia after after the war. Lithuanian soldiers seized Goldberg's father. He wore red shoes. The soldier said he must be communist free to the next ten days. They brought him in front kind of a firing squad but they never shot. Finally Goldberg's mother went to appeal to the authorities for husband's release leaving Leah Goldberg Loan to guard their possessions. By now she was eight Goldberg. wrote quote no one was around every so often soldiers passed. They did not touch me. They continued on their way hours past night. Fell and I did not cry. I was not frightened. My feet froze and my head burned when the stars shine in the sky my mother came. He found the alone in a field by the roadside sitting and guarding our suitcases and quote. Her father returned but never fully thereafter. He was in and out of psychiatric hospitals. This layer Goldberg said with the reason reason why she could never have children what was in him was in her two. I got hold of a book of Goldberg's last poems translated brilliantly by poet named Rachel via Bach who I never met but whom I love. The poems are austere and cold. Beautiful as this farewell to me. Farewell Air Well and do not pray for my wellbeing farewell to me farewell and do not ask for whom I am lost in a deep peace my ears are sealed and my face floats floats on the surface of silence in one thousand nine hundred. Nine David Ben Gurion gathered. Israel's greatest riders together to consult about. How literature could be made to thrive arrive in a new country of immigrants many illiterate? The meeting took place March. Twenty seven th nineteen forty-nine just four days after an armistice agreement was signed with Lebanon quieting one front in the war of independence another week would pass before a ceasefire agreement was signed with Jordan and it would be four months before the war with Syria officially ended still still. The question of literature was burning. Goldberg told the Prime Minister that she had just visited the settlement of their Yakov where she saw quote people from all corners of the earth. She said quote we must realize what we face is not ordinary human material but very special material who's nightmares. We cannot begin to imagine but must nevertheless the less share and quote and sharing. Nightmares was part of her genius and yet all of our kids grew up. And grow up today with Leah Goldberg I I have read a thousand times. The book whereas Pluto Pluto that Starts Pluto Clev- loved me Kibbutz Megiddo. Utah called Morocco. The atoms toe they affair of Etem Name Oslo lush cochlear dough Karai clavell Navarre have have caveats Quiche. My Hair Sarah Glove Pluto's agog from keyboards. Megido oh he had everything soup and bones. It's good and well but don't you know he's tired of sitting like this alone. He breaks his leash embarks roof and jumps quickly and he's on the WHO've and Pluto is alone in the world knocked around by frogs and fish butterfly in a cow until he races back to the kibbutz and his friend. Godley who who runs into the night until it's time to sleep. The World Goldberg writes for kids is the same world where a kid might spend a day sitting on the bags holding all of their her family's belongings wondering when her mother will return but it's a world in which the mother does return fifty years have passed since the day that Leah Goldberg died and the Professors Plots in Harlem neighborhood cemetery are now all filled occupied by that astonishing generation of the desert. Shallow men Martin Buber in in June. Magnus and Vince Young Dinar and all the rest and we are still. I think like Goldberg Very special material with nightmares. We cannot put into words but must nevertheless. LS share just as we are like Goldberg has told our kids now for generations off the leash in a harsh world but now with a home to go back to you. He Zahara today three topics topic one united and feel so good once again as two days before last night's deadline for submitting the manifest of candidates running on each Knesset list the Labor Gesher Party entered a partnership agreement with the merits party that broke off from Labor..

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