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"boggs" Discussed on Hall of Shame

Hall of Shame

03:24 min | Last month

"boggs" Discussed on Hall of Shame

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"boggs" Discussed on Hall of Shame

Hall of Shame

05:15 min | Last month

"boggs" Discussed on Hall of Shame

"Carolina just for context, being a left-footed kicker is seen as an advantage in football, because basically you spin it in the other direction, and most receivers are used to getting because most kickers are right foot head the point of this being I'm left handed and footed. Should I become an NFL kicker? Anyway, that wasn't Wade's dream and he didn't take the scholarship because this guy was a baseball guy, and after he graduated high school, he was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the seventh round of the nineteen seventy-six mlb draft. He signed with the club for seventy five hundred dollars. We talked about this a little bit in the duck. LS episode, but basically in Major League baseball. When you're drafted, you don't just like get this big contract and signed with a team. You play for the team's minor league. League team right and you get paid peanuts correct so a professional baseball team has their own network of Minor League teams that are basically there for player development, and every minor league team is contract. It's one of the major league teams, so for example if you play for the Sacramento River cats, the goal would be that eventually you would be signed by their professional major league affiliate, the San Francisco giants. That's kind of the goal. So bogs played third base for the pawtucket Red Sox another great minor league. Minor League. Teams have the best names. The best names added to the merge added to that. The merch. Anyway the pawtucket Red Sox are the Boston Red Sox AAA affiliate. Okay, so that's where he played fun side note when Wade was playing in the minors, he played in the longest game in baseball history, lasting thirty three innings and eight hours twenty five minutes against cal ripken junior, and the Rochester Red Wings, which are the MINNESOTA TWINS AAA affiliate exciting. Cheers. Cheers the longest Ayman based listerine a long. I'm almost done my first beer. This is what we're doing. Wade boggs and be proud. Okay, I have to refill. Okay go for it. I need to drain beer. We're not far enough into the story for this to be happening, but that's the point of this. This is for Wade okay. All right so during his last year with the miners back to wade boggs, she led the league with a three thirty five batting, average, one, hundred sixty seven hits and forty one doubles, which is very good as a result of that excellent playing in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, he got called up to the majors to play for the Boston Red Sox oh. Yeah, with them. He would have a storied career for the next decade side. Note I maybe I missed this. What position does he play Third Base Third Base? Okay, Gotcha chairs to that cheerleaders. How many beers did you debt for this situation I? Have a fridge full. So I have many beers. We'll just see what. That what is your? God. WHOA Okay, so another fun fact fogs is the player who hit a double to give the Red Sox, a five three.

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"boggs" Discussed on Hall of Shame

Hall of Shame

03:11 min | Last month

"boggs" Discussed on Hall of Shame

"Hold on. Obey. That's the sound of Rachel cracking. Open a Miller. Love it. Because today Rachel Jagger is celebrating Major League, baseball, being back yes. Yes, and also. The subject of our story today. Legendary baseball player classic mustache ever and. Drinker Mr, wade, Anthony Boggs. That's how people describe me to classic Mustache. Suffer think most of us. Women in quarantine are now classic mustache ever quarantine. Shears Hugh my, friend. Cheers Cheers Away Bob Wade boggs here we go. We're going to be drinking on the minute. Yeah, every minute we are going to take a sip of beer is I look like? You know a a big set. Up even okay like Gulp okay. We're going back to college. That's cool. This is my average. Monday afternoon. When we get towards the end of the story, you're going to see why. Yeah, it's all for our Guy Wade bugs. Yeah, full disclosure I liked baseball, but I'm not a huge baseball fan so I don't know why. I don't know why I have a beer in my hand I don't know this story about Wade boggs. You'RE GONNA. Be So excited at the end of it because you're gonNA. Know that you honored his legacy. For All I know you could be absolutely lying and we're just getting drunk on a Monday afternoon. That's day anything. All right girl cheers to start of our story. Cheers to you! Cheers his I. Guess Am I drink already know I love that. You're drinking the highlife. Sorry, but this is jammed beers so I love it. What other intriguing there! I actually do here, so I'm in my closet drinking out of a beer mug. Okay to our story cheers cheers. Wade boggs was born June Fifteenth Nineteen fifty-eight in Omaha Nebraska happy belated dude here's. A couple of weeks out of his birthday. My birthday's in October early, cheers. Early, cheers. Your birthday just passed here so that. Shears, and that I'm going to die, I'm GonNa die if we really okay. All right here we go, so he was born into a military family that moved around a bunch until they settled in Tampa Florida when he was eleven. Like you do in Tampa okay bogs went to plant high school in Tampa, he played both baseball and football. They're just like an all around athletic talent. He was so good at football that he was quarterback on the team. Oh! Shit up to being a punter and place kicker to avoid getting injured so that he could preserve his baseball career because I love, he was such a good left-footed kicker that he was offered a scholarship to the University of South..

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"boggs" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

03:48 min | 2 months ago

"boggs" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Parade. Wheeling West Virginia. The hosts couldn't go, so I I started my career with. An actor and a chicken man. Won a start to your career to have sort of the American icon of Actors Chimney store. What was he like in that first interview you had with him. A word of word that doesn't describe very much that you see on television anymore with described is still not word is laconic. Very measured. the sweetness about him. Like many movie stars have wonderful posture. He carried himself beautifully, but I think the conic would be the word I would use to describe Jimmy Stewart but I. can you think of one person now? On television here. That were scre. It'd be hard pressed I. Think Tom. Hanks is the one who comes close to Jimmy. Stewart, we're talking with Bill Boggs, whose latest book is called the adventures of Spike, the wonder dog as told to Bill Boggs and people have told you a lot. What what is the? What is your secret sauce for getting people to relax or getting people to open up Bill I think that? An on air interview on television. How I get how I get one person to relax and be completely different. Than how somebody else might do I think that. A couple of things I think just being warm and friendly when you. When you meet the guests before the interview. And sometimes it's maybe telling them a little bit about your.

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"boggs" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

03:48 min | 2 months ago

"boggs" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Parade. Wheeling West Virginia. The hosts couldn't go, so I I started my career with. An actor and a chicken man. Won a start to your career to have sort of the American icon of Actors Chimney store. What was he like in that first interview you had with him. A word of word that doesn't describe very much that you see on television anymore with described is still not word is laconic. Very measured. the sweetness about him. Like many movie stars have wonderful posture. He carried himself beautifully, but I think the conic would be the word I would use to describe Jimmy Stewart but I. can you think of one person now? On television here. That were scre. It'd be hard pressed I. Think Tom. Hanks is the one who comes close to Jimmy. Stewart, we're talking with Bill Boggs, whose latest book is called the adventures of Spike, the wonder dog as told to Bill Boggs and people have told you a lot. What what is the? What is your secret sauce for getting people to relax or getting people to open up Bill I think that? An on air interview on television. How I get how I get one person to relax and be completely different. Than how somebody else might do I think that. A couple of things I think just being warm and friendly when you. When you meet the guests before the interview. And sometimes it's maybe telling them a little bit about your.

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"boggs" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:36 min | 2 months ago

"boggs" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

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"boggs" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:46 min | 2 months ago

"boggs" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Therapy. Them jobs in answer your question. Drink to your concessions and you have to say about anything bachelor. Let's shake it up some more. Here's Caitlyn. Welcome to great therapy, I'm your host Kaitlyn Bristowe today on the pod. We have a multi talented writer, athlete, activist and mother, who is inspiring women daily by sharing her journey around fitness, body, image and mental health. She shares stunning photos on her instagram that often feature her beautiful baby, girl, and husband, giving us a little behind the scenes into her life, her willingness to open. Open up both her struggles and sources of strength is helping so many people and she rocks a matching workout set like no one else. I'm very grateful. We're getting a chance to connect today. Ladies and gentlemen please welcome to the pod Meg boggs high. Wow, thank you so much for having. What an inch I love the intros. It's always like I always say this on my podcast where it's just like a chance for you to sit back and hear what other people think about you and you're like. Wow, that's so. Yeah! All very positive things. So happy to have you on, because so many of the vinyls and some personal friends of mine have recommended you and wanted you to come on for the podcast for a while now. Oh. Yes. Jillian Harris member I did a podcast with her, and I asked her like what what kind of Instagram me? We should give out. She said yours right. Oh my gosh. Yes, yes, that will not happen. Mighty were exploding from. That also follow me that will let you will not believe it. Jillian Harris was pumping your tires on out of the end and I was like. Oh, my Gosh I haven't even listened to his episode yet. Wait to hear like it was really really really cool to see all the communities kind of combining absolutely. Yeah, because you've been super open about how you have suffered from depression, panic, attacks and pretty. Pretty shortly you got married to your husband and a lot of the stemmed from your negative body image and mental health disorders. Was this a lifelong struggle for you up until this point or why? Did this just happened when you got married. No, it was my entire life like I've struggled with body image since I was in grade school. I was made fun. Have I had like balls thrown at me during recess like it went all the way back then. Such as always been a struggle for me and when I got older. It just kind of was building and building and building I never talked about it. I just pretended like Oh. Yeah, it's normal that I'm not skinny so once I get skinny, then I can be happy then I won't have these mental health problems. It's all go away like that's what I believed. When my husband she was like he didn't see me from my body at all. He like saw me from a passion for my artistic creative side. He saw all the parts of me that I didn't think were possible to see beyond my body so. That like when we got married, it like exploded. Full on explosion I was a teacher at the time. I taught used in elementary schools. So that was really fun but I was struggling. With my body really bad and I had a long. Hanukkah tap in the parking lot. And my like coworkers thought happening I was driving in the parking lot I started like shaking. I couldn't breathe. That just came out of nowhere. I was just my boxer spiraling that morning. They had to actually stop the car for me and pull over, and like her s on the break to like oatmeal had to press on the break, because I was literally like shaking and I couldn't see it. I was like. I that day I..

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Cokie Roberts, veteran political reporter, has died at age 75

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Cokie Roberts, veteran political reporter, has died at age 75

"Journalist Cokie Roberts has died at the age of seventy five she was a long time political reporter and analyst at ABC news and and PR Roberts wrote eight books several on the role of women in American history and many were New York times bestsellers Cokie Roberts came from a political family her father Hale Boggs was democratic house Majority Leader congressman from New Orleans Boggs died in a plane crash in nineteen seventy two and his wife Wendy was elected to replace her

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Veteran broadcast journalist Cokie Roberts dead at 75

Morning Edition

01:12 min | 11 months ago

Veteran broadcast journalist Cokie Roberts dead at 75

"Veteran NPR and ABC news political journalist Cokie Roberts has died Roberts died today in Washington DC from complications of breast cancer she was seventy five Roberts was known as one of N. P. R.'s founding mothers an imperious don Gonyea reports she was among the first women to rise to the top levels broadcast journalism Cokie Roberts started covering Congress for NPR in nineteen seventy eight she came from a political family her father was Louisiana congressman Hale Boggs he was democratic Majority Leader when he was killed in a plane crash in nineteen seventy two her mother Lindy Boggs then one that seat in Congress Roberts new politicians and future presidents as family friends this is from C. spanning twenty fifteen it has given me empathy for politicians I know that they go home at night too you know rowdy households and homework and all of that and and that they are regular people who deal with regular issues Cokie Roberts worked as a commentator for NPR from nineteen ninety two until her death she also hosted this week on ABC news from nineteen ninety six to two

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"boggs" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"boggs" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Immediately. a great deal of time and money investigating being the disappearance of pan alaska airways in one eight one two h and he believes if the plane was sabotaged. The likely weekly target was nick baggage. Not hale boggs. Wall zach writes that the consensus is the plane crashed somewhere between portage pass. Ask in johnstone point about an hour into the flight if the plane was covered with ice as weather conditions that day suggest and it crashed into prince william sound it likely would have sunk to the bottom one question remains though what caused the plane to crash wall.

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Roblox leads cloud gaming revolution

FT News

11:42 min | 1 year ago

Roblox leads cloud gaming revolution

"This is a message to all the accountants out there. If you are worried that a robot is going to take your job become a certified management accountant, you see we are only programmed to mine data and crunch numbers. You'll have control over the strategy and the decision making so become a CNA and robots like me will help you not hurt you unless we short-circuit then all bets are off the certification. You've gotta earn it. Visit certification dot org for details. Hello. From the newsroom the financial times in London. I'm season blimp. Som Ray blocks a California-based online gaming started valued at t- point four billion dollars. In offend raising round lost year has taken the US by storm. And is now I in Europe's thriving market Malcolm more discusses the rise of cloud gaming with Alli ram and timber chew. So I can you tell us what is roadblocks? How's it evolved? And how come so many kids in the US playing it? Yes. Well, it's extrordinary. They claim to have half of all nine to twelve year olds in America's uses and they have said they have more than ninety million monthly users around the world. It's a gaming platform in which uses children mostly designed that own games and games, kind of become more or less prominent based on how many people are playing them and how much they're enjoying them. And based on that. It's become really big. So you can go onto it you can design a game. And then you can play the game that you've designed nor shall the game with your friends. You can play the game you've designed you can play your friends games. They can play your games you can make a business out of it. You can make money off it. Okay. So that makes it very different then from games like foot night and Minecraft. Yes. So the models different. Because instead of building your own features in an existing world, you actually build your wealth from scratch as a user, and you can do that either by dragging and dropping features that roadblocks has designed and office to you to choose from or you can actually code elements of the world and the game that you want to create in that world yourself does that sound about right? Tim a decent. There are some overlaps in a way with fortnight in the foot night in his current geysers. This battle royale game where there's one hundred people competing to get down to the last man standing at the it's sort of become a mole flu. Would space than just that. Because you have concerts being held there. You have people using it as effectively just kind of place to hang out with their friends in that respect that both kind of virtual worlds, the have given a new kind of place for people to make their own entertainment in a way, it's not quite as prescriptive as trying to complete a level the kind of traditional videogames of old. This is the phenomenon that is cold in the industry, social gaming, and is becoming increasingly popular, and it's a kind of gaming community in which playing games as one tiny part of what they do. And a lot else of what they do is communicate with friends with strangers and share experiences online. The ideas sort of originally goes back to Facebook pre mobile, so farmville throwing sheep and things like that which were sort of big on Facebook probably almost a decade ago now, but kind of dropped off when Facebook moved onto mobile because it wasn't the same abilities to create. Mini games. Insides the Facebook out as the was on the desktop and so companies like Zinger at pine it that area died away a little bit and a lot of social mechanics that they were using more about trying to recruit new users than genuine the spending time with your friends or playing case, your friends, and that started to change with titles like was with friends while you were playing scrabble against people online. But that's now starting to come back again come full circle. And so he still Snapchat has just launched its knees social gaming platform Myer actually in your chats with your friends playing a little game right in now. Which is an idea that was really popularized in China with we chat, and the we chat many games platform. So there's lots of different attempts in lots of different ways now to create this sort of social gaming idea. Do you guys think that the audience for social games is different from the audience for traditional console games? Or are we looking at situation where the audience migrates from one to the other? Oh, I think one of the things that's marked out the the sort of lost decade in the advent of mobile gaming is it has broadens the number of people who play games regularly, whether the you'd looking at things like angry birds or candy crush all those kinds of things and those by and large were still solo activities, but people who might not want to sit down and play cola juicy or even for that muscle full night for an intensive period of time of got more used to this more casual form of gaming, and so that's in a way, why when the smartphone I came out, and they are obstacle launched. There was a lot of concern in the industry that would cannibalize console gaming actually it just increase the size of the market overall. And so the console gaming market was more for the hardcore gamers and the PC gaming mauka, even more dedicated players. And then there's a large number of people playing less frequently or less intensively on the smallest green and phones and those lines now really starting to blur. Okay. But with things like the roadblocks platform and others. Sort of social games are the best enjoyed on a mobile or on a desktop, and if their best enjoyed on a desktop where does that leave mobile games where they go in the future? It's a Google is trying to square that circle with its new games Jimmy platform stadia which was unveiled a couple of weeks ago, and is designed so that you can play exactly the same game on any device whether that is your phone or a PC or the TV sets. And so because all of the processing is done in the clouds and the same way as Netflix extremes videos to your screen. Whatever size comes to be. It will stream a fully-fledged game with really rich graphics, and you're not constrained by the processing power that you have runny particular device. And so it's not yet clear what games are going to emerge from that have been very little titles announced fill stadia so far. But that promise that you can play the same game everywhere was kind of established with full night. And it was something that started off as a kind of PC phenomenon. The only really took office his huge cultural movements, especially among younger players when it go onto Android denial s early last year. I think all these different gaming platforms catering to slightly different audiences are one of the major things that roadblocks is targeting is the developer community, so one of the big pitches that they make is that as a user of roadblocks. You can monetize a game yourself by building something that becomes popular goes viral. You can sell features within that game to other uses and Tun into a business, and I spoke to some developers who have built games on roadblocks, and it seems possible to make tens or hundreds of thousands of pounds. They claim some people have made millions of pounds on the platform by doing this. So I think some of these platforms addressing slightly different communities of gamers. I mean I mean, in a in way. a way this was the promise of second life more than a decade ago. Right. This was supposed to be an infinitely flexible virtual world where people could spend their time. And I think the problem the second life had part from the fact that the graphics were fairly poor and the connection was fairly terrible. Was that people go there, and he didn't really know what to do. And so very books solves out and vote night solves that by saying a case of start with it's a game and you come here primarily to play a game. And then they give you the tools to create something different out of that. And that's where roadblocks is definitely pioneering this vastly more inventive and creative type of gaming platform. So for large in the United States, but they are now expanding elsewhere. Yes. So they say they've seen much faster growth in Europe than in the US, and that focusing on the French and German market, they've launched a platform in French and German. They've also launched it in Korean and simplified Chinese and traditional Chinese which suggests they've got that is also firmly fixed on the Chinese massive. Market of gamers, so yeah, I think the next phase of the growth as the head of international expansion explained is overseas. How does roadblocks make money out of all of this of all these users and developers coming onto its platform and making their own games? Well, develop has got to keep a quarter of the money that's spent in that games, and very blocks takes away the rest, so they make money that way primarily and they claim that that model has allowed the business to become cash. Flow positive in the games. You mean uses buying certain items all lives or other things? The treasure chest type stuff that you can buy inside of games. Yes. So uses spun real money to buy a virtual currency, and then they can spend that virtual currency on things like clothes for that avatar or new features as part of the game. Enough to pay to play. They don't have to pay to play. I think that's a very keen business model innovation. These games are having in fortnight night is another great example of it. If you're trying to create an online space that is a genuine community you need to be able to kind of attract as many people as possible. But if it is a place where you are being yourself and hanging out you will want to kiss out. So the theory goes your avatar with something that establishes your personality, or nor density in the virtual world is the same way as you buy clothes fashion in the real world. And so the two things kind of Fito feature. Okay. And then just one final full them as the audiences for these grams grow in these communities and lodge. You know, are we going to face situation where safety becomes a problem? How regulators going to address what happens in these virtual worlds blocks has a kind of amazing and horrifying story about a child's avatar character who was right on the platform. And that was last year they said that the platform was hacked, and that's how. How that happened and they claim to have addressed it. But of course, as with all of these tools when you have children playing socially online, probably without being monitored. By parents does going to be a lot of concern about what happens in that context. And whether people who want to abuse that can leverage that game to do that. And I think that's just the nature of the beast. So for instance, roadblocks does own that problem, and they very vocally say that they want children to play on blocks, and that therefore they're going to have to deal with really complicated safety issues and invested not to make sure it's safe for them, the verification point, an how parental consensus grunted, whether it really is parental Cassandra disgrunted or just a kid taking a Boggs is a big unsold problem. Right. The way across this industry at the moment. And I don't know if that's going to be regulated into a solution something that the industry comes up with themselves. But it feels like that's gonna keep being an issue until something more a bus. Is put into place the but stories up a whole other set of questions around how much of your identity you want to share in verify online. So it's a really tough problem. Okay. Thank you very much. Batch was Malcolm law talking into our tech with voices alley ram, and Tim Bradshaw. Thanks for listening. Remember, if you're not ready subscriber and would like to discover more not content. He can find our latest subscription of F T dot com slash.

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"boggs" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"boggs" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"He brought to like three 'cause she was like I want all of it. I believe. Oh. Whatever grows speak right now to my husband's like, relax, like, we'll get you tomorrow. Right. Yeah. But we ended up bringing her home that. Two days later. Thank has. She ended up being okay? When through London's and everything so we brought her home, and we had our -pointment the next thing, and it turned out because of the whole breast feeding thing where she wasn't really. Yeah. Getting much of anything. I didn't give her formula. So we took her to the doctor. He's like, ooh, she's a little yellow. And so they did the testing she ended up having generally high levels. So we had to admit her to the hospital for three days choose under the blue lights, and that was like the beginning of the breastfeeding. Dilemma I went through since we were in the nephew appear in my ankles were like treetrunks allows though swollen like I could barely walk around on. And that's where actually learned how to pump who's at the hospital. That's what it showed me. How to had a set it up? Yeah. Yeah. It's awesome. Yeah. How old it being good? How old is Macy. Now. She's fifteen months. Yes. So she just started walking this month two weeks. Yeah. So it's been it's been exciting in this out. Yeah. Are you having to chase her around a lot more? Oh, yeah. I mean, she just she's constantly like everywhere on gosh. I remember when I could go to the bathroom put her the doctor tot we'd be good right now. I'm like. I'm like, oh, this is chaos. I can't go the bathroom, right? Absolutely. I mean, there's there's ways maybe I don't know. She's still crabs. Normally I'll like go put it in the crib for a second like go to the bathroom. She's just like yelling. And I'm like, this is awesome. I love going to bathroom. All. Yeah. Child screens right rape, perfect pressure at all. Students real quick. Thank you so much for coming on for sharing. And yeah, you're just a powerhouse in your spreading such important message in supporting so many women through doing that. Like allowing yourself to be the vessel that that's coming through when women don't feel like they can say it for themselves. So thank you so much for having you have course, thank you for sharing your story your journey. What you're doing Macy's birth story. And then if people want to follow you where can they find you up? My main is Instagram, and it's at Meg dot Boggs Facebook, which is Meg Boggs. Log in the my website, which is the entire blog is just Meg Boggs dot com in its bogs with two Gs to jeez, be OJ. Jesus. Awesome. Will think you so so much for taking the time to talk with me today and for being so open and sharing your journey. Of course. Thank you, so much time Jassem, of course, I will talk to you soon. All right. All right. Bye. Bye. Oh, man, hearing meg's story is absolutely inspirational in I feel like everyone can relate to at least one part of that everyone has either been bullied or dealt with a little bit of depression. Or if your mom just the struggle of breastfeeding. And in your body postpartum, I feel like there was so many tidbits of wisdom in there. And she just has an awesome community with her. This is postpartum that hash tag that. We shared earlier. So if you wanna be a part of that it's hashtag this underscore is underscore post-partum. And you can look that up and get so much more inspiration. If you're feeling like, you wanna share your story or reach out. Yeah. It's just such an awesome movement. And I'm so grateful for these amazing women being so brave in sharing their journeys to to. Normalize these things to be like, hey, listen. If you feel this way, you're you're not the only ones. So I'm just so appreciative of may coming on today. I can't wait for you guys to hear this episode. And don't forget to follow us raid. It leave us comment and share this.

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Why Are Peat Bogs So Good at Preserving Human Remains?

BrainStuff

05:59 min | 1 year ago

Why Are Peat Bogs So Good at Preserving Human Remains?

"Are pretty awesome. As far as sweeping mud fields of dead buried plants go. They store the energy of generations of plants there mass which can be harvested as Pete they're also havens for mummies artifacts buried beneath bugs, including human bodies may be kept in astonishingly good condition for thousands and thousands of years. They've all got stories to tell and today. We'll look at the weird science that makes their preservation possible. Common in cool. Wet parts of the world bugs are waterlogged grounds. That formed when decaying plant matter known as peat accumulates in low lying areas bugs are usually found in cool climates and often in lake basins created by ice age glaciers that no longer. Get a steady flow of river or stream water overtime Mazas cover the heap, like a blanket, and in most cases. This mossy layer is primarily made of a mosque called sphagnum. Spackman moss has the power to transform an entire landscape water dirt trapped beneath sheets of it will be cut off from the normal supply of oxygen from the atmosphere. Also, spelled them soaks up calcium and magnesium, which makes the underlying soil and water mildly acidic since bacteria and fungi. Find those conditions in hospitable. The dead vegetation decomposes at phenomenally slow rate instead of breaking down right away. It lingers piling up over time masses of the botanical waste gradually turned into Pete a soggy, mud colored sub. Instance peat can be used as animal bedding, and as a fossil fuel which makes it an important commodity in places like the Irish Midlands and in Scotland where it's the traditional fuel for fires that dry out grain to make scotch whisky in parting smoke, and it's flavors along with that heat. But to archaeologists Pete is a lot less valuable than the human corpses. That sometimes come with it bogs have long fascinated humans not just for their fossil fuels the spongy soil has intrigued people as far back as the bronze age many people died in these bogs or replaced their after their deaths and these bog bodies as they're known have been found all over the world. The wetlands of north western Europe. For instance, is a bog body hub hundreds of these corpses have turned up in Germany England, the Netherlands and neighboring countries in twenty eleven Pete harvesters working in Ireland accidentally ran over. A bronze age corpse with a milling machine dubbed, the Cashel, man. The harvester found all that was left of an adult male who probably died in his twenties. His body was riddled. With injuries, including a broken arm and a nasty cut across the backside. Some of these may have been caused by the compressing weight of the bog moss above him or the blades of that milling device. Nevertheless, archaeologists have reason to suspect that the Cashel man was a ritualized sacrifice victim other European bog bodies have displayed stab wounds, slit throats and evidence of torture historians things that the local wetlands were once a hotbed for religious sacrifices carbon dating tells us the Cashel man perished about four thousand years ago, seven centuries before king Tutankhamun was born to date. He's the oldest Earp, Ian, bog body on record with intact skin. That's right. The corpse of somebody who's been dead for four millennia still has its skin attached. And this isn't a fluke. Lots of bog bodies, retain, some or all of their original skin, the talent man at twenty three hundred year old corpse recovered from Denmark peat bog in nineteen fifty has skeleton is tens but elsewhere his skin is so well preserved that little details like the wrinkles on his forehead. Are still visible, although the talent man skin didn't rot away. The medication process did change its appearance and texture like the Cashel man and lots of other bog bodies. He sports leathery dark Brown skin. Some of them also have preserved hair that was dyed red after death. This is most likely caused by a recently discovered polymer called Spackman, which seeps out of debt, Spag them moss. If you think of leather it's made through a process called tanning that strengthens the bonds between some of the natural fibers in animal hides as a tanning agent Spag man has the same effect on human skin rendering, tough and tea colored sphagnum also binds with nitrogen, which bacteria needs survive. So by removing nitrogen from the environment Spag, Dan helps prevent the spread of microorganisms that would normally be breaking down human and animal remains and Furthermore Spackman along with the acid that it turns into polls calcium right out of dead bodies bones. Get weakened in the process, although sphagnum. Does a fine job of preserving skin. It's calcium. Thievery isn't great for skeletons mummies have been found in certain Boggs with soft extra flimsy bones. That are about to studies cardboard and that have been distorted by heavy Pete. But that's assuming the decalcification process doesn't altogether eliminate bones. Lots of bog bodies have been found missing bones. And some of the monies are totally boneless. The latter are basically human shaped bags of leathery skin, wrapped around pickled organs. Not all Boggs are so hostile to bones, though, the waters acidity level varies from bogged bog, and this impacts corpse preservation archaeologists have discovered that in really acidic peat bogs. The resident mummies have lots of skin and soft tissue and weak or non-existent bones. But there are some boggy places with relatively alkaline water here the environment pretty much has the opposite effect on corpses. A take for example, the window ver- archaeological site Pete bottomed pond in Florida that became the final resting place for dozens of native Americans between. Seven and eight thousand years ago skeletal remains from one hundred sixty eight people have turned up in the Pete a large deposit of crushed up snail shells, lying under the pond supplies the water with magnesium and calcium carbonates that makes the water. More alkaline neutralizing the span into an extent instead of mummified skin bags. The bog is rife with naked bones and skeletons a bears they are on the outside the ancient bones had a big surprise in store for scientists brain tissue was found in more than ninety of the wind over pond skulls making them extra fascinating fines,

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"boggs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"boggs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"As three no sours in there there's those stout sir porter's there's no notes of mahogany there's no barrel aged he just drinking straight light beer cans and the cup that's it i love this i mean i feel like if you put in front of him like a twenty three dollar bottle of this great craft beer he'd slap it out of your hands curse it you in russian and chug another miller lite i love this you wanna win fans for life be like and that's exactly what he's doing so johnnie wade boggs esque run here because the stories are that bogs was immortal when it came to drinking beers former yankees relief pitcher jeff nelson said that wade boggs would consistently drink fifty or sixty beers on a cross country flight could you imagine yanks her in oakland this week there's wade boggs with three cases down fifty or sixty years he said that the tally would begin to the locker room carry over on the drive of the airport the tarmac layovers and any other chance the team got as they were making their way from coast to coast nelson said it was not an isolated incident he did it almost every time kids don't drink fifty or sixty beers what wade boggs fifty or sixty years or the south there there was one story that wade boggs once drank sixty four beers in a day sixty four beers in a day bogs was asked whether or not this was true or not he would not confirm he was then on the set of it's always sunny and they asked him about the story he said honestly it wasn't sixty four oh thank god how much was it forty thirty he said one zero seven one zero seven one zero seven he said he wants drank one hundred seven beers in a day one hundred seven beers in a day i don't know where you could buy one hundred seven beers usually they stop you like four cases a hundred seven beers in a day.

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Google is taking on the iPhone X with new gesture navigation in Android P

Mac OS Ken

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Google is taking on the iPhone X with new gesture navigation in Android P

"Google giveth and some say google take it as well on the giving side i download boggs says a couple of new features of g mail for iphone and ipad according to the piece the version of the g mail client has gained a snooze feature as well as support for google pay the peace explains both features saying put off emails the adjust can't read reply to straight away top the new snooze button you'll be asked if g mail should remind you when it's time to act on an important email you can also request money as an attachment and g mail with google pay and anyone with an email address google pay works on mac os and i o s through chrome firefox and safari from something given to something stolen in the words of some as google's deb conference google logo gets underway a number of sites including crunch couldn't up noticing these similarities between the new navigation gestures and the next version of android and the old navigation gestures from my phone ten it works just like the iphone ten according to tech crunch the piece quotes will will vp of android engineering dave burke as saying as part of android p where introducing a new system navigation that we've been working on for more than a year now and the new design makes android multitasking more approachable and easier to understand the piece goes on to say while google has probably been working on a new multitasking screen for a year it's hard to believe that the company didn't copy apple the iphone ton was unveiled in september of twenty seventeen.

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"boggs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"boggs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The doors the windows any sliding doors hey there's a rust remover any rest preventer now if you get over let's get over to marine the trailer hits the rollers on the role of the boat off into the water the witch that's on the on the on the on the boat and and on the trailer the anchor itself mud will stick coat the bottom of a metal boats also the fiberglass can be done prevents algae particle build up all the stainless at brac bright work it won't spot in any marine mothers two or four cycle the trimtabs the covers snaps and fittings can't make it believe how easy it is and they're and they're not gonna they're not gonna collect any kind of rust or or good it gets into the snaps then there's the whole fishing line you're lure your reels all your all your fishing gear there's just twenty five uses of motor code for spring oddly enough we just talked to pappy her a little bit ago and he said hey you can tell mr motor code i sharpen my blade i coated the blade i cleaned the bottom off and i got the bottom all treated and i think he said he did rub down the cord you said yeah it's unbelievable you know he said it really really worked was the other day it was kind of went outside and i lifted up and underneath not not a not a bit of grass stuck to the bottom of the mowers we have professionals are doing that so you know that just regular back more but are the professionals are doing it can't tell you how many times i've been out there and you're if you're cutting wet grass many i mean it it gets so packed and stacked up in there at boggs the mower down you know.

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"boggs" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"boggs" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

"Yeah definitely did that question all of the time and i think we're still kind of figuring out those answers but right now like for example the way that bitcoin is designed almost kind of can derive value from the design of the cold so to speak so for example to get an ounce of gold out of the ground if you were to mine and out of gold you know how what would that take for you to do that you would need a escalator you would need mining equipment you would need capital you'd have to outlay capital to go and start this project and mind for this gold and it would probably cost you you know what the exact cost is right now to get an ounce of gold out of the ground once say something about six hundred boggs and gold trades you know twelve hundred or whatever it is that right now so you have to outlay to put out energy capital in order to do the same same thing with bitcoin in order to get a bitcoin the only real way to get it is to what's called either buy it you buy it from someone else or you might it using a supercomputer highpowered computer that runs algorithms that basically help verify transactions in order to get that computer you have to buy the computer yet to set it up you're gonna have outland cash costs caused a capital to get a bitcoin so there's work involved so there's that incentivize ation structure that that it has inherent within it and then also there is a supply and demand type of structure inherent within it as well whereas the the bitcoin there's only going to be twenty one million bitcoin ever in existence so there's never going to be more bitcoins created there's only gonna be twenty one million right now there's about eighteen million or so in circulation four million of those have basically been destroyed or lost never to be found or recovered again so the supplies very very limited on yes you can break bitcoin into multiple pieces and you could o'neil point one bitcoin if you wanted to but there's that factor as well and then also you have what's called the network affect.

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"boggs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"boggs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wall so you know we can do some cracking crevice type work on the inside for folks to try to reduce those asian lady beatles and flies but the problem is the you know you you have a large number of them usually in the wall or in various void so could be the attic we have used some light traps for people in their addicts to try to collect the the pests that way but as far as chemical treatments uh you know i'll be honest with you it's difficult once that once all those bugs or insider ready you guys have a program where you can come in you can just kind of schedule right so it's a regular it's almost like in your furnace checked up on schedule yep yeah yeah and i'm glad you asked about that because that those pasts all these fall invaders that we've been talking about so they asian lady beatles the cluster flies the stink boggs there are all covered on our our quarterly service and what we do is in in late summer early fall that'll include an extra eur treatment where we treat all of this the seams window frames door frames all the places that those bogs use to get inside your home and he and i guess i just want to mention it's not a complete elimination but it will reduce the overall number that make it in your home and review so for me at my house if i hadn't done the treatment i can guarantee i'd have a lot more of these plugs right now dutch was said the kenosha good morning mike you're on wtmj well they might go ahead i uh i guess the.

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"boggs" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"boggs" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Like you turkey to like wade boggs so like see said withdraw wake so far away furby legwaila you might like me i have lake trying to change by felt freer but everybody thought of like a better i dunno lake burst that put up with this hour the latest i can't believe that you won't you would like was regime over like whenever dedmon you ask r are you when you said your mom i'm like trying to change his you mean you're trying to change or you're trying to act like you're trying to change trying to act like a destroyed it today the life has two abby will mean higher i go that i don't i you're using it with the way this that what are those two meaning i don't know like means as as a similar manner i don't get that or and like means that you are highlights some light you have big play i like hair to slide has if i like it with this is not drug people like you know get it ooh i'm here with a net marshall my dear friend royal marshalls widow and there has been an advocate for virtual imaging to get heart scans belinda here and wave recently had an amazing success story the hit close to home for the past year so royals brother had experienced chest pains he had gone a see other doctors and had plenty of test run but it wasn't until he finally got his gan at virtual imaging and it came back abnormally with a very high calcium score he immediately went to see a cardiologists to get it treated and had the procedure to open up his arteries from being clogged he was days away from having a massive heart attack so he knew something was wrong and he.

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"boggs" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"boggs" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Wave are we doing a cat bit right now all sorts man bashing then it became a cat why does the one i think a cat is bashing man too with a bath seen specifically on vinnie as you blame me on how or what's going on with that cat just like to say i have no that's not i'm allergic the cats the high in more ways than one and i am i deal my cat is you know how i had that one stupid cabinet is he yet skunk again uh so bad uh actually from yes sometime friday because um when i left for here on friday he i opened the door to let him in in the morning and he stinks like the it just the clouds we gets by me but i crush him against the wall my leg like oh no you don't i grabbed them with my hands and he's covered in the oil or the whatever and so now it's all over my hands on i'm wrestling with him get them back out chaumont mudslide closeddoor i'm like it's all over my hand they're gonna go in his poor highest like his he has a cat i her p's and and like this you know we finally let it back in yesterday because he didn't instinct quite as bad he's got like the rolling you know i weeping i'm like oh my god how many times you have to get skunk how many times the and skunk season right now they're all over the place maybe you see him mm littering the roadway all right now it'd be thinks they're friendly you know but i'll not you they attack him while you blaming now they don't they they just they are out there digging in my garden and he just like me at auxerre they do they dig and they'd look for groveland the maltin stuff it's moist and i think they go and try and find boggs who finished that yardah own no gantner though skin there it's gonna be nice uh it looked some one eye from a little pictures you've been able to show me it looks unbelievable it's going to be pretty so get a lot planned to do deck to finish but nice yeah but the skunk ser destroy every day i go out there and i'm like cleaning baulch off the sides of the.

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"boggs" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"boggs" Discussed on Science Friday

"That he really is exciting because it starts to be an exciting time for us to start thinking about some of the other questions that would be really interesting to understand your one of things the study also shows is that while the upper arm bones a really strong the lower limbs tend to show a lot of variability there are some women that have really strong lower limbs even stronger than modern athletes even stronger than some of the men and some that are not so i'm really interested in why there's this very ability is possible that die it relates to different labour roles even within females or other groups maybe there's different ethnic groups status groups our may be female changes in behaviour change over the life course not doing the same things when they're young but when they're old and so trying to really understand on some of these gender differences and division of roles and labour overtime and how it intersex other variables along with gender i think is really gonna start being an exciting area of research somewhat what other kinds of boggs would you like to fight well i really interesting is continuing to look at earlier human populations but trying to look at some of this variability more closely so this study was a really wonderful and giving said diachronic perspective of changes over long periods of time but i think what a lot of us a researchers wanted you is to look at some of these populations were closely try to look at the differences within groups looking at the skeleton in different parts of bodies the not just bones at her mechanically loaded like the arms of lakes tried to look at how the boehner's responding in other places may be too physiology or reproduction or diet and things like that and seeing hausler these variables intersect with all morphology and health is there as their bone collected nirvana somewhere in the world you'd like to.

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"boggs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"boggs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"For asia works a walk and car news it bad folks reminded me of old knee on the two thousand world series always poll on in 1990 saw wade boggs in 1990 six as good and bad as you'll see teixeira or in any year in a big situation and sharon outbreak on a delivers heads up base run it by todd frazier to scored afif ron chat and does this thing and it's vindication for joe girardi and vindication for the new york yankees and watching all the post game i couldn't be happier for manager in my life for the guy who was down in the dumps you million in embarrassed for happening game number two they say men who was booed for the pregame introductions at the anc he's our town home now you look he pushed all the right buttons yeah i'll say he out manage the great tito francona aged allies their gains and he akis find a way to stomach eliminates this feel good ride that has been the most enjoyable yankee season and quite a while it delivered the best postseason win these franchises had since game six of the two thousand nine world series and this year feels a lot different than two thousand nine because two thousand nine it was about the mercenaries there was a rod teixeira bringing in cc sabathia this is about the encore yankees sent throughout the eu we've been saying right house vote he wants the anc he's getting it a postseason the future is so bright they're going to be a force in eighteen nineteen and beyond well to hell with that after beating the cleveland indians the vegas favorites to win the world series if that be the team that won twenty two games that are all forget about next year this series of facially showed me the yankees have good enough to win the whole damn day now the astros will be tough the astros will be a much different series wokv more offense tackle inverlat other itself but if the akis could beat the indians with the way their plan with the mojo they have that can be anybody 515 here on this early thursday still basket in the euphoria of the unthinkable yankees advancing peta league championship series i want to hear from you at eight seven seven thirty tastes seven sixty six six these thanks a lot of.

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