Fatal shooting of a captive gorilla named "Harambe" holding a young boy that climbed into its enclosure
What do geometry, p-adic analysis, logic, and the representation theory of algebraic groups have to do with building muscle? Tune in as we are joined by Khalid Bou-Rabee, associate professor of mathematics and inventor of the Harambe Strength System. The Harambe System is a full gym that fits under your bed. It easily allows the user to perform traditional barbell exercises such as front squat, back squat, split squat, deadlift, trap deadlift, bench press, overhead press, shrugs, bent-over rows, curls, triceps extension, and chest flies. You name it, this system can do it.
Blah, blah, blah.. No, I'm not being dismissive; I merely wish to speak with the Vampires in their native tongue. A rough translation is: "How is Harambe like Rutger Hauer?" This question and many others are answered by Zach and Allyson as they delve into the 1992 classic, Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
Happy New Year!This is it. the first Quickcast of 2022!This week, Brock and Dan catch up on all of the content that came out during the holiday break!The fellas talk Spiderman: No way Home, Brock's Whataburger holiday journey, Matrix Resurrections, the end of Hawkeye. Book of Boba Fett, and a so much more!So find your party hat, throw back some hair of the dog, and hit that play button!New year, new you, right?Start this year out right by dropping us a rating and review on your favorite podcast platform.In return, we will bestow on you the blessing of a new year of podcasts for free and a blessing of good luck upon your house!That's a lot of blessings! Thanks for listening and Harambe be with you!
This is Day 365, the final 24 hour period of 2021, and the eve of another Day 1. Today takes on many themes for many people, with some choosing reflection, some looking forward, and others simply existing. For me it’s another opportunity to write another installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement, a program and newsletter that seeks to bring you as much information as often as possible. I’m your host, Sean Tubbs, ready to get to it.Charlottesville Community Engagement is free to sign-up and you can decide later if you want to pay whatever you can to keep it going! On today’s program:The pandemic surge continues with three days in a row of record new cases, and Virginia’s emergency physicians want a new state of emergencyAttorney General Mark Herring has sued a small town outside Suffolk for a pattern of racial discrimination in traffic stopsCharlottesville City Council briefed on how the city’s affordable housing fund is used and agrees to cancel a sidewalk funded paid for through federal housing fundsMore new bills are filed, including a prohibition on COVID vaccine mandatesIn today’s first subscriber-supported public service announcement, Stitch Please if the official podcast of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black lives matter. Stitch Please centers Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. Weekly discussions, interviews, tips, and techniques celebrate and contextualize Black creativity. To support the program, creator Lisa Woolfolk has created a 2022 Black Women Stitch wall calendar with four fusable applique patterns based on original art by Black women artists. Visit Black Women Stitch now to purchase it today! Pandemic updateFor the third day in a row, the Virginia Department of Health has reported a record number of new COVID cases with 17,618. The percent positivity has increased to 21.5 percent. These are numbers that have not been seen at any point during the pandemic. In the Blue Ridge Health District there are 365 new cases reported, which is not a record but it’s close. The seven-day average for new positive tests is 15.2 percent. Yesterday the Virginia College of Emergency Physicians called on Governor Ralph Northam to declare a state of emergency in order to assist emergency rooms across the Commonwealth. Northam’s previous emergency expired on June 30. “Emergency departments are considered a safety net for those patients in need of care, regardless of insurance status, and are federally mandated and morally obligated to provide care to all those who seek it,” reads their press release. “However, Virginia’s emergency medicine system is under threat of collapse due to excessive patient volume.”A declaration would allow access to federal funding, allow hospitals and ER’s to enact triage protocols, and more flexibility in allocating resources. The group also wants the Virginia Department of Health to provide more testing sites. The release notes that hospitalization numbers are below the levels of the winter peak earlier this year and that the majority of patients are unvaccinated. You can confirm that fact on the Virginia Department of Health’s website. The high number of cases are causing some to alter their plans. The IX Art Park has canceled their Studio 51 New Year’s Eve party due to staffing and safety concerns. Outgoing Attorney General sues town of WindsorWith only two weeks remaining in his second term, outgoing Attorney General Mark Herring has filed a lawsuit against the Town of Windsor for violations of the Virginia Human Rights Act and the Virginia Public Integrity and Law Enforcement Misconduct Act. The latter passed the General Assembly in 2020 and allows the attorney general to sue when evidence is gathered that a law enforcement agency is “engaging in a pattern or practice that deprives persons of rights, privileges, or immunities.”The suit filed in Isle of Wight Circuit Court argues that the town’s police department disproportionately pulls over Black drivers.“From July 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021, the Department conducted 810 traffic stops of Black drivers—representing approximately 42 percent of the stops conducted by the Department,” reads the pleading. “Consequently, the Town stopped Black drivers between 200 percent and 500 percent more often than would be expected based on the number of Black residents in the Town or Isle of Wight County.” The suit goes on to argue that Black drivers were searched more often than white drivers. It also cites an incident of December 2020 in which an officer claimed he was making a “felony stop” when he pulled over an off-duty police officer. “The Department does not have a policy on what constitutes a felony stop,” the argument continues. The suit also accuses the Town of inconsistent reporting and demands the Town adopt policies to address the violations. Resources:Read the filing Read the Virginia Public Integrity and Law Enforcement Misconduct Act Read the Virginia Human Rights ActRead Herring’s press releaseBills filed to limit voting, prevent COVID vaccine mandates The General Assembly session begins in less than two weeks, and bills continue to be pre-filed. Incoming Delegate Tim Anderson (R-Virginia Beach) has filed a bill prohibiting COVID vaccines from being mandated and prohibiting people from being dismissed by employers for refusing to be vaccinated. (HB27)Delegate Ronnie Campbell (R-Raphine) filed a bill to add 23.2 more miles of the Maury River to be added to the state’s list of Scenic Rivers. (HB28)Another bill from Campbell would rename and reroute a position of U.S. 60 in Lexington and create a new U.S. 850 for a section of the current route. (HB31)Campbell also filed legislation to allow Bath County to be added to the list of localities that can charge a fee for disposal of solid waste. (HB32)Campbell filed another bill to require vehicles that claim to be for Farm Use to obtain a placard from the Department of Motor Vehicles, at no charge. (HB33)Campbell would also prohibit Virginia from allowing absentee ballots to be dropped off at additional locations outside of registrars’ offices. (HB34)Campbell would also end no-excuse absentee voting. (HB35)Campbell would also abolish the right to be added to a permanent list for voting absentee. (HB36)Campbell also wants to call for a Constitutional Convention to put limit the power of the federal government. (HJ3)Harambe calendarA local educator has released the latest version of a calendar to help people find out about African American cultural events in the community. Alex Zan has been producing the Harambe Family Events calendar for many years. City Councilor Sena Magill made an announcement at last week’s City Council meeting. (download the calendar)“Harambe, Swahili for ‘all pull together,’ cultural events objectives are to inspire and unify area citizens to communicate more effectively and create and maintain a positive environment for change and civility,” Magill said. The calendar can be downloaded as a .PDF and can help map out 2022. “The calendar also strives to strengthen family relationships and nurture cultural awareness, particularly among African Americans who have experienced a lack of inclusion in many area events,” Magill said.Magill said physical copies of the calendar will be distributed throughout the community. *You’re reading Charlottesville Community Engagement!In today’s shout-out, a shout-out to the shouters-of out! I want to thank all of the individuals and entities that have supported this newsletter and podcast through a $25 a month Patreon contribution or through some other combination of support. Thanks to:The Charlottesville Jazz SocietyCode for CharlottesvilleLEAPThe Rivanna Conservation AllianceLonnie Murray and his penchant for native plantWTJU, The Albemarle-Charlottesville Historical Society, Jefferson Madison Regional LibraryCharlottesville Area Tree Stewards, Cville 350Piedmont Master GardenersThe Valley Research Center (may not actually exist) *Council briefed on affordable housing fundsA firm hired to conduct an audit of the Charlottesville Affordable Housing Fund presented preliminary results to City Council at their final meeting of the year in the early morning of December 21. HR&A had already completed an affordable housing plan as part of the Cville Plans Together initiative but Council paid an additional $165,000 to the firm for that audit, as well as creation of a program to ensure that the upcoming rewrite of the zoning code is inclusionary. The adopted plan called for the city to spend $10 million on housing for at least ten years. The Charlottesville Affordable Housing Fund was created in 2007 as one tool for the city to increase the number of subsidized housing units. No audit has ever been conducted, and the city has struggled to hold on to housing coordinators, a position which has been vacant since the summer of 2020. “We went back to records going back to 2010 and we’re talking about just shy of $47 million here, the vast majority of $38 million being local and city housing trust fund money,” said Phillip Kash of HR&A. Kash said there are three major areas funded by the CAHF. They are development of new units and rehabilitation of existing ones, programs and operations of housing nonprofits, or city administration. The main beneficiary of city funding has been Piedmont Housing Alliance, followed by the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority. “That’s really tied to the Friendship Courts project in particular, and this really moves their position on this pretty significantly,” Kash said. The analysis also broke down how much return the city got on its investment. Rehabilitation and construction of single family homes are the most expensive per unit. New construction has been subsidized at a range between $20,000 and $45,000, with rehabilitation between $3,000 and $25,000 a unit. Kash said there are some initial lessons that can be learned. “Funding that was authorized by the city was not spent or followed up on,” Kash said. “While it was awarded, what it was awarded for was not necessarily ending up happening or wasn’t actually used. There are a couple of examples of projects being delayed or projects not being built yet. There were projects actually located outside the city. There’s a clear pattern of needing better reporting or monitoring.” A final report will be developed early next year. Recommendations will inform the next capital improvement program. Outgoing Mayor Nikuyah Walker said she wants funding to go be producing housing and not to support nonprofits.“Keeping an organization afloat should not be our goal if they’re not delivering,” Walker said. “I think what ultimately once this report is finished, the community will see that we haven’t been mindful at all regarding the funds that we are allocating and we need to be more mindful.” Council cancels CDBG-funded sidewalk on Franklin StreetIn their final item of the year, Council agreed to cancel a project to build a sidewalk on Franklin Street using federal funds that come through the Community Development Block Grant process. The project had been selected by a task force but was defunded earlier this year because it could not be completed by a federal deadline. Deputy City Manager Sam Sanders recommended Council consider moving away from the task force model. “Routinely, a task force model doesn’t necessarily help to meet the regulatory conditions because typically what you’re doing is simply allowing community members to pick projects and they don’t necessarily always know the details that go into executing,” Sanders said. In 2017, the city selected the Belmont neighborhood to be the recipient of CDBG funds and a task force recommended $204,263 funding go toward the Franklin Street sidewalk. This spring, staff said they would seek to reallocate funds back to the project, but Sanders had concerns it would once again not be completed in time to meet a May 2022 deadline. “Engineering complications exist today in order for us to be able to move forward,” Sanders said. “The reality is it should not have been selected.” Sanders, who has only been with the city since August, said the process is flawed. In addition, Sanders said this project did little to address low-income residents. Council agreed to cancel the project. Sanders will return with an update to the city’s ordinance to eliminate the task force’s role in favor of a staff advisory body that would seek input from the Planning Commission and Council. Resources:Minutes of the Belmont CDBG Task Force, November 7, 2018Minutes of the Belmont CDBG Task Force, February 12, 2019CDBG-funded Franklin Street sidewalk to be delayed, February 22, 2021An update on Franklin Street sidewalk, April 19, 2021Year in Review relegated to TwitterThis has been a very busy year for Town Crier Productions with 163 newsletter, 51 Weeks Ahead, and a whole lot of reporting and research. I had intended to create a Year In Review, but 2022 is going to begin with a bang so my concentration is going there.However, I am continuing to do a Year in Review on the cvilletowncrier account on Twitter. If you want to review the year, take a look there. After about 16 hours of work reviewing previous installments of this newsletter, I’ve only gotten as far as March. So, take a look there, and please retweet and like and share. Thanks for all of your support this year, and let’s see what 2022 brings us. Stay safe! Support the program!Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. 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In this wacky episode of Rags to Dishes, the hosts bring on two former guests to interact with each other. Legendary local Juggalo JR joins us after about a 6 month absence from the show, and fan favorite Jimmy joins to help us calm the chaos. This is one of our more off topic episodes but still a blast to listen too. Dicks out for Harambe
The 2010s…what a decade, right? There were good times, probably, and bad times too, and pop culture was there to get us through it all. The Pop Culture Junkie Podcast is looking back at the halcyon days between 2010 and 2019 with a five-part series we're calling We Love the 2010s. This week, Alex, Hayley, Nicole and Shauna take a look at the years 2016 and 2017.2016 was all about Stranger Things, like Baby Shark and Becky with the Good Hair, Pokémon Go and Girl Ghostbusters, clown sightings and perhaps strangest of all, the Chicago Cubs finally won the World Series. We went to La La Land and Couldn't Stop the Feeling, and one movie tried to make us decide between Batman and Superman (and we chose neither.) And finally, it was the year we all said RIP to Harambe… and an unreal number of beloved celebrities.2017 brought us the tragic (for billionaires) Fyre Festival, gender reveal fires, and fidget spinners; Wonder Woman made us cheer on the big screen (finally) while The Handmaid's Tale on the small screen had us panicking; we devoured TikTok, learned Spanish to sing ‘Despacito', and while TV show revivals were all the rage, the film Get Out was as original as it was terrifying.Thank you to Olympus Games, the home of the Pop Culture Junkie Podcast.Soundbite credits for 2016:La La Land | Lionsgate Stranger Things | Netflix“Oklahoma County jfilers charged for allegedly torturing inmates with ‘Baby Shark' song” – KFOR Oklahoma News 4“Samsung makes smart fridge hub of connected home” – CNET News“Prosecutor; No charges against mother in Harambe's death” – WCPO News 9“Donald Trump wins Presidential election sending shockwaves…” – VOA NewsBatman vs. Superman | Warner Bros.Lucifer | Netflix“Pokemon Go leads to trespassing complaints” – WOWT 6 News“Creepy clown ‘sightings' spreading nationwide fuels panic” – CBS This Morning“Who is ‘Becky with the Good Hair' in Beyoncé's Lemonade” – ET Canada“Cubs win World Series with Game 7 win” – MLBGhostbusters | Sony PicturesSoundbite credits for 2017:Wonder Woman | Warner Bros.The Handmaid's Tale | Hulu“Ariana Grande concert bombing in Manchester kills at least 19” – ABC News“Fidget Spinners: The newest toy to twirl into” – NBC Nightly News“Cash me ousside” – Dr. PhilGet Out | Universal Pictures“Justin Bieber Remix Boosts ‘Despacito' to Hot 100's Top 10” – Billboard News“The Best Revival Series of 2017: Will and Grace, One Day at a Time” – People TV“Fans Outraged for Getting Cheese Sandwiches at Luxury Music Festival” – Inside Edition“Video released of botched gender reveal that sparked Sawmill fire” – ABC 15 Phoenix“Alyssa Milano reflects on #MeToo movement one year later” – ABC News“How TikTok took the world by storm” – CNBC NewsLinks:Get the Clubhouse app and get up in the house with your favorite Junkies.Apple Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8WWebsite: www.popculturejunkie.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcastTwitter: @PopJunkiesInstagram: @pop.culturejunkiesEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgAlex on Instagram: @alcasnunAlex on Twitter: @alcasnunAlex on Rapchat: @al-xHayley on Instagram: @thirtynerdythrivingHayley on Twitter: @thirtynerdypodHayley on TikTok: @thirtynerdythrivingNicole on Instagram: @nicole_eldridgeNicole on Twitter: @naeldridge14Nicole on TikTok: @nicole_eldridgeShauna on Twitter: @shaunatrinidadShauna on Instagram: @shaunatrinidad
On February 16th, 2009, and entirely avoidable event occurred: Charla Nash had her face ripped off by her friend Sandra Herold's pet chimp, Travis.Travis was a 200 pound, 14 year-old Chimpanzee. His owners "adopted" him for $50,000 from a place called the Missouri Chimpanzee Sanctuary, and raised him as a mix between a pet and a child. He ate at the dinner table with them, drank wine, slept in their beds, and DROVE. CARS. You can imagine Ashley and Nick have some strong opinions in this one.And yes, we also touch on Harambe.This is our most graphic episode yet - if you are of the faint of heart, this may not be the episode for you.Somehow we didn't mention Jane Goodall (despite her being Ashley's idol), but you can learn more about her amazing chimpanzee work at JaneGoodall.orgFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and check out our website GetOutAlivePodcast.com and join us on Patreon!You can find Ashley at TheAngryOlogist on Twitter and Nick hates social media. Thanks for listening!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/getoutalivepodcast)
Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Stevie * Avery * https://averyburke.bandcamp.com/ Topics: * Collectable cheetos on Ebay * https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=rare+cheeto * Japanese websites are stuck in the 90s. Any theories? * https://search.marginalia.nu/ * Medieval European and ancient Egyptian philosophy. * Brad asks "Denatured alcohol: alcohol that has poison added to it to prevent people drinking it. What other things do we / could we intentionally pollute to restrict their usage?" * The unusual puzzles of StarTropics. Microtopics: * Defining poop by its shape. * The lava of the human body. * The Content Distribution Baby growing up into a Content Distribution Man. * An angry internet mob that won't say why they're angry so you just have to fix every problem until they go away. * Legally changing your name to add a silent and invisible Bitcoin logo. * Searching for collectible Cheetos on eBay. * A Cheeto shaped like a lobster claw. * Putting a Cheeto shaped like a cockatiel on eBay for months but nobody's buying so you give up and eat it. * Whether there is a subculture of investors collecting rare Cheetos on eBay or if it's just a subculture of people listing Cheetos on eBay as a joke. * heritageauctionsforcheetos.com * Bidding $40,000 on a Cheeto shaped like Harambe when you have no intention of paying, because the worst that can happen is that your eBay score goes down by one point. * Buying a penis-shaped collectible Cheeto for $1.40 but still waiting on it because it got caught up in escrow. * Bidding on an eBay auction and walking away when you get outbid. * Looking at collectible Cheeto auctions and then eBay won't stop trying to sell you posters of ladies canoodling. * Cheeto misprints and their value on the collectors market. * Arnold Schwarzenegger if his legs were joined together like a seal. * The web sites we visited back before the internet had the power to reach into the real world and strangle it. * A search engine optimized to return pages that are mostly static text. * Loading the bottom of your web page with keywords. * Keeping a designer on payroll so that every few years your interface can alternate between having gradients and being flat. * Asking Jeeves things and he tells you the answers, like a modern day Delphi. * Let's play: Flaming Hot Cheetos or Freezing Cold Cheetos? * A cheerleader pyramid made of butlers. * Scraping Wikipedia and formating the results like a book. * A postcard with a picture of Kim Jong Un saying "Live, Laugh, Love." * Pharaoh culture. * A Canticle for Liebowitz. * Medieval monks stumbling into a bomb shelter. * Making an illuminated manuscript of instructions on how to build a bomb so you can give it to the Pope. * The Learned Bede. * The four dudes in your culture who can write and create original work. * Kingdoms in medieval Europe, centered around the manors of rich noble Romans. * Nearly everyone dying from the plague so all the public servants are in their early teens. * Intelligible Forms. * Aristotelean ideas about science. * Going real alien. * Ultra Rare Cheeto Shaped Like The Venerable Bede. * The first dinosaur of Egypt. * Inventing the razor because of your unsightly back hair. * Waking up from anesthetic to find that the surgeon shaved body parts nowhere near the incision site, "because you're a hairy beast." * First, do no hair. * The Egyptian book of the Dead. * The Egyptian conception of the afterlife, where you go underground and a guy with a crocodile head weighs your heart against the Feather of Truth and if your heart balances, you get to sit in a long line with your male predecessors for eternity, and that's the best possible outcome. * Religions competing to provide the best afterlife. * When we as a species learned to attach afterlife outcomes to ethical behavior, as opposed to dying in battle. * Having a dream once where all the great kings, after they die they go to the House of Dust and eat clay for eternity, and deciding that that's a fact. That's canon now. * The nine parts of the soul. * Being constantly surrounded, your whole life, by monuments to death big enough to see from space. * Adding a scent to natural gas so that you can smell when it's filling your house. * Whether antifreeze is sweet and if so can a cat taste antifreeze. * How one might test whether cats can taste sweet. * Tongue meat analysis: a great way to tell. * The Inverted Qualia Problem. * Asking a cat if it can taste sweet, and the cat asks "what does sweet mean" and you say "sweet my internal experience when I put these white crystals in my mouth" and the cat is like "I also have an internal experience when I put these white crystals in my mouth." * A video game related topic. * Trying to locate your missing uncle who has been abducted by aliens. * A video game NPC asking you for a password and to find it you can to have to dip the video game's manual in water in real life. * An 80s video game puzzle that requires you to be familiar with solfege to solve it. * How you could get away with a lot more bullshit back in the 80s. * The experience of suddenly realizing that it's the piece of paper. * Going into a portable trailer made up like a cool bachelor pad and noticing that you don't have a reflection in the mirror and upon further examination realizing that the mirror is actually a window into the same room reversed, down to the clock running counterclockwise. * Sneaking irrelevant puzzles into someone else's room escape game. * Forcing the employees of an escape room to escape an escape room of their own. (Jail.) * The ultimate unrequited high five.
Brock triumphantly returns from his space journey and is back in the studio!He even wore his cowboy hat that he wore into space into the studio! It's accented with green spray paint and a Poison bandana around it! Very '80s county fair chic!After a week hiatus, the fellas bring you some upcoming movie and streaming news and catch up on what they've been watching.Note from Dan: Now that Brock has blown all of our sweet podcast money on his Keeping Up With The Bezos space flight, it's more important than ever to subscribe, like and share our show with friends (and total strangers)! Get at us on droppedculture.com or by sending us an email to email@example.com,Thanks for listening!
Brock was at it again.....This time he was dressed as Charlton Heston from The Omega Man passed out in a red convertible (we absolutely have know idea where he found that, it's cold here in Colorado) passed out in downtown Colorado Springs. Now the episode is late. We tried to take him to a treatment facility but he always ends up bringing his Harambe suit and then finding a buttload of cocaine and cheap whiskey. He somehow proceeds to get staff and everyone wasted and off the wagon. Twelve treatment facilities in twelve months. We finally did get him to talk about Dark Star a movie from legendary director and Dropped Culture Alumni John Carpenter! Dan and Brock had never seen this movie and Brock was sober enough to finally record! Great film for what it was! Tell us if you like what we do here and leave a like, comment, or subscribe! droppedculture.com is the place to be!!
Welcome in and welcome back!This week, Brock and Dan talk about everything from the new Morbius trailer to lost video formats. They also get into a list of top horror movies from the 1970s and have a bit of discussion about the premise of The Eternals.So strap in , strap up, and hit that play button! You can join in the conversation and see what the fellas are up to over www.droppedculture.com or send them a little message over to firstname.lastname@example.org!You can also socialize with them over on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!Peace and Harambe be with you!
I swear to God we didn't mean to miss yesterday. What had happened was Brock spent two days beneath bottles of really, really, really cheap vodka. He woke up this morning lying in a kiddie pool two towns away dressed as Harambe with leather chaps and a sombrero on. Needless to say he did not have his explanations straight nor did he have this episode updated. But after this Halloween's brain cell exodus Brock did connect with Dan and they recorded this. This episode we talked and talked and talked.......about movies, comics, and new stuff coming out. Brock gabbed away like he was in a retirement home in Florida as usual. So stick around for more Golden Girls jokes if you dare! If you like what you hear please leave a like comment or subscribe! Go to droppedculture.com to find out more!
Season 2, Episode 44 - Top 3 Disney Breakfasts! Top 3 Disney Breakfasts! Hey everyone, I'm Mike, she's Sophie, and that's Brenda, and we're On the Road with Mickey! This is Season 2, Episode 44 for November 1, 2021, and our feature topic is our Top 3 Disney Breakfasts! Have a listen, and let us know in the comments what you think! Now, here's the rundown of what we talked about: Updates from last week:Boo Bash Feedback from the GroupWe asked in the group if people had gone to the Boo Bash and if so, what were your thoughts about it. Here is the feedback we received:Cindy wrote in with this feedback: “My family of 4 attended in late August. My husband and teen boys have done an after hours event but not a MNSSHP. I have. So they had no preconceived notions about what a Halloween event at Disney should be like. They are not really into parades and whatnot, so we basically went for the low wait times. If that is what you are after, then Boo Bash is worth every penny. We basically walked on everything. I think our longest wait was 15 minutes and that was for Mine Train. BUT if you love all of the parades and fireworks and stage shows that normally come with MNSSHP and you don't really care about rides, then you will probably be disappointed.”Cheddar from the Big CheeseBrenda: The Epcot International Festival of the Arts is scheduled for January 14 - February 21, 2022! Have you ever been to the festival?Mike: Reopening information and dates! Over at Animal Kingdom, the Tam Tam Drummers of Harambe are returning on November 7th! Over at Hollywood Studios, the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular is returning on December 19th! Also, Disney Movie Magic is set to return in November, along with Meet Disney Junior Pals and Minnie Starring in Red Carpet Dreams!Sophie: On October 25, in addition to that being the day that the Dedication Ceremony for Walt Disney World occurred in 1971, it was also the day that the Electrical Water Pageant at Walt Disney World premiered!Connect with us! Here's how: Facebook: https://facebook.ontheroadwithmickey.comFacebook Group: https://facebookgroup.ontheroadwithmickey.comYouTube: On the Road with Mickey (Don't forget to subscribe, like the videos, and comment!)Instagram: On the Road with MickeyEmail: email@example.comPhone Voicemail: 919-799-8390Feature Topic: Top 3 Disney Breakfasts!Brenda's top 31) Kona Cafe2) Sleepy Hollow Refreshments3) The Roaring ForkSophie's top 31) French Quarter Beignets2) Primo Piatto3) Friar's NookMike's top 31) Cape May Cafe2) ‘Ohana with Lilo and Stitch3) Gaston's Tavern with CindyThis Day in Disney History for November 12009 - The Last MNSSHP of the seasonDisney Who's Who CharacterQuasimodo from Hunchback of Notre DameA little bit of Walt“I think of a newborn baby's mind as a blank book. During the first years of his life much will be written on the pages. The quality of the writing, whatever it be, will affect his life profoundly. Let us multiply that single mind by millions. What is written on that enormity of youthful minds will alter the course of the world. This is how history is determined. It is self-evident to anybody who studies the history of the human race.”- Walt DisneyComing next week: Top 3 Disney DinnersSponsorshipOn the Road with Mickey is sponsored by Pixie Vacations by Mike Ellis, Tech Solutions NC, and Brenda Plans.
Turn your volume up so it bothers your neighbors, Jonathan Shannon is on this week to help police these mean internet streets. Support the show on Patreon Field Notes This week, Bill Maher is trending again for who cares, a teacher does an insane racist dance to teach kids math, Harambe is back again and it's about time too, TikTok is giving teenagers tics, and Facebook is reinventing VRChat by creating a "metaverse." Join the Thought Cops Deputy Patrol Support the show on Patreon Join the Thought Cops Discord! Click here to buy Thought Cops shirts, hoodies, stickers, and mugs. Episode produced by Commissioner Zwick Leave the show a voicemail at 312-788-7361 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rating: 89% - Worth Watching Boy, these Friday/Saturday nights back to back are KILLING us! I honestly don't *know* what it means that it's Saturday night, JR! Does it mean Turner loves hockey more than you? Does it mean I'm gonna have to stay up all night to catch up on Rampage? Does it mean you're live from New York with myooooosical guest Bel Biv Devoe? What? WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aedoubleback/message
Gimli's Glass. Booger laden digit. Apple brandy jeans. Scales or Scutes. You mean kludges or gladys? Witch Hazel for your peehole. Meryl Streep's Bull. Harambe says “I'm out!” Flesh termites. Assclap mimes.
The State Department shows they have their priorities straight. Trans-feminism is becoming the new patriarchy. And I can't believe Harambe is still a thing. Bet you don't remember who he is. Follow me on Twitter @RunninFewl Follow me on Parler @DumbassesTalkingPolitics Follow me on Rumble @DumbAssesTalkingPolitics Download or listen to my podcast on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Podcast Addict, Stitcher, YouTube and Rumble. Show notes and blog can be found on: http://www.dumbassestalkingpolitics.com Please Subscribe, Like and Comment!
From a Harambe statue and a pile of bananas showing up on wall street to Aaron Rodgers coming forward as Morpheus to free us from the Matrix of cancel culture! Strap in to receive your weekly dose of weird right here! Website Harambe Statue Aaron Rodgers is Morpheus Full Morpheus interview --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theramblingviking/support
Colin Powell and Thelma Lou from the Andy Griffith Show have both passed away this week, and Garry wonders who will round out the trilogy. Meanwhile, a Liberian teenager was driving his motorcycle taxi when he found $50,000 wrapped in a plastic bag. Plus, a statue of Harambe has been unveiled on Wall Street. Garrforce t-shirts and coffee mugs are now available by going to "Can't Live Without" on the website. Your purchase of these items is what keeps the podcast going. Plus, you can always email me email@example.com or leave a text or voicemail at 773-888-2157 Thank you in advance!
Wednesday. Midweek. lé sigh. Gorgeous Day again again today! Hi 77, Lo 48. Clear skies. All day. Harambe, in gold statue form, sits across the Wall Street bull statue. Bananas ensue. Podcast also available on Spotify, Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. Just search, "Channel Ocho Productions" And be sure to Rate and Subscribe all over and tell your friends.
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MVC&R have never required a vaccine for listeners, and Southwest Airlines changed course on its vaccine requirement for employees. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot says police officers not getting vaccinated is “insurrection,” and President Joe Biden has been flying underage migrants to New York in the dead of night. A statue of Harambe was erected on Wall Street, and Katie Couric is spilling the beans on journalists covering for politicians. Kanye West has officially changed his name to "Ye," and the Haitian gang seeks $17 million for the kidnapped missionaries. A guy thought he had won $20K for growing a record-setting pumpkin, but a tiny crack disqualified the gourd. Christopher Walken tried out for Han Solo, and David Duchovny auditioned for "Full House."
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Tuesday October 19, 2021
Vin Clancy is an infamous growth hacker that went from being on social welfare in the UK to winning best speaker at SXSW V2V for his growth hacking talk, finishing a 100-date world tour, and earning six figures on his debut growth hacking book. Vin created one of the biggest marketing communities on Facebook, and moved to L.A., where he teaches companies how to rapidly grow their audiences and businesses. Vin is on a mission to speak truth to the many lies some internet marketers tell. He's ready to debunk myths and share growth hacks for any industry related to your audience. Vin Clancy Vroom Veer Stories What is a growth hack? How to companies grow some big without traditional advertising? Example: Lyft drivers give away $20 off your first ride...that's a growth hack How did you earn 6 figures on a book with a book publisher? With a viral queue! You drive traffic to a landing page and give them freebies for sharing on social; they were among the first folks to try this hack; the also did a thunderclap; got 100 people to post on Facebook at the same time Was both slammed by Wired and praised by Vice for his Tribute to Harambe. He raised 5K on Kickstarter to hold the "tribute" event which was poking fun at the viral meme instead of the tragic event. One night he met a girl and was late into work the next day; he was fired (sacked); he decided not to get another job; lived in a broken down house with water dripping from the roof; he had a roommate (flat mate) who get high and steal his food 2011 Lewisham riots'; Lived through looters banging on the doors Got the startup bug after watching The Social Network; met a 17 year old kid who he partnered with to start a business; read a ton of books on starting a business Guardianship scheme; you look after a place to protect it from squatters moving in; the mafia showed up and asked him to squat for pay instead of cheap rent; he didn't take that deal Was briefly homeless; found another place through the Guardianship scheme for very cheap rent but the place was cold and damp and the heating broke Had to buy an electric heater; which eats electricity; the flat had a coin-op meter for the electricity Had a dream and woke up and registered planetivy.com a global news site where the writers were the stats not musicians; offered university student writers the opportunity to write on their site Within 10 months the site had over a million views; they can a public talk and someone that had just left Facebook approached them about getting investors; shortly there after they were funded with a quarter of a million dollars and Vin got off Welfare The last day of his job; Justin Bieber was two hours late to the stage and he had to deal with the ticket holder complaints He started another spin off site that grew rapidly called ScreenRobot.com Accepted into the prestigious "Techstars" accelerator in 2014; and then launched a growth-hacking agency to help companies hack growth His friend had a no-parents allowed club house with a pool table, DJ Decks and they managed to find some beer to enjoy England defeat Germany 5-1 Feels now like he did sign a deal with the devil; yes he has enjoyed success and some wealth but he now realizes he is burning himself out Vin Clancy Connections Website
Emily gets us back in to the swing of things by asking the question, "do animals go to heaven?" Which of course draws us into conversation about the afterlife, being consistent in our theologies, and whether Harambe is in heaven looking down on us with love. We ravel out the "purpose" we or animals will have in heaven, the puzzling reality of carnivorous creatures in a world without Death, and the ecosystems of heaven.Mentioned in the episode: The Universal Christ by Richard Rohr Isaiah 11:6-9 - Lion will lay down with the Lamb YHP Podcast on Pantheism Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer Genesis 1-2 Follow the hosts on Twitter: Josh: @joshlieuallen Emily: @RevRettinghouse Stephen: @stephenghenning Join our community at patreon.com/ravelpod! You can also connect with Ravel on Twitter and Instagram at @ravelpod.Thank you to Louie Zong for use of his song In Full Color, off his album, Here. Find his work on Spotify and Bandcamp!Ravel is a proud founding member of the Highline Media Network, bringing the art of podcasting back to normal people in normal places.
Today in the lab we rant about monkeys and racoons, we explore different houses in the area and many more. Full episode with video on YouTube!!! https://linktr.ee/TactLabThis is TACT Lab, a podcast where nothing is off limits. Join four guys as they talk about the greatest accomplishments and problems in life. Hosted by Tyler, Alex, Chris, and Thomas. Check us out on all social media by searching TACT Lab or click the link above. New episodes every Wednesday. Help Support us at our Patreon. Like, follow, comment and let us know how we are doing!
On our new weekly lightning round mini ep with Brandon Wardell, we're fucking around with stand-up, dicks out for Harambe, Jack Wagner, acting, podcasting, losing your sense of humor, dressing like a streetwear baby, Norm Macdonald, getting molested and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits.
Katie (white) and Jesse (white) talk about the perils of Whiteness, a situation in which one's soul is colonized by a mayonnaise-devouring demon who makes you hate other races and ask your neighbors to turn the radio down. They also talk about the ACLU and (more importantly) Harambe. Make sure to check out our sponsor, Ground News, at try.ground.news/blocked (http://try.ground.news/blocked). And please buy Jesse's book, The Quick Fix: Why Fad Psychology Can't Cure Our Social Ills: https://www.amazon.com/Quick-Fix-Psychology-Cant-Social/dp/0374239800/ref=tmmhrdswatch0?encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= (https://www.amazon.com/Quick-Fix-Psychology-Cant-Social/dp/0374239800/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=) Show notes/Links: Katie and her wife own real goats now: https://twitter.com/kittypurrzog/status/1402012125845889024 (https://twitter.com/kittypurrzog/status/1402012125845889024) Katie on the Yale speaker who wants to murder white people: https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/the-psychopathic-problem-of-the-white (https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/the-psychopathic-problem-of-the-white) "On Having Whiteness": https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34039063/ (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34039063/) The scary event that launched Harambe to posthumous stardom: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/30/us/gorilla-killed-after-child-enters-enclosure-at-cincinnati-zoo.html (https://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/30/us/gorilla-killed-after-child-enters-enclosure-at-cincinnati-zoo.html) NY Mag and Vox run down the meaning of the meme: https://www.vox.com/2016/8/17/12457468/harambe-meme-social-commentary-explained (https://www.vox.com/2016/8/17/12457468/harambe-meme-social-commentary-explained) https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2016/07/harambe-forever.html (https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2016/07/harambe-forever.html) Oral history of Weird Twitter: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/jwherrman/weird-twitter-the-oral-history (https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/jwherrman/weird-twitter-the-oral-history) More on harambe: https://knowyourmeme.com/photos/1259654-harambe-the-gorilla (https://knowyourmeme.com/photos/1259654-harambe-the-gorilla) Our call for memes produced some good ones: https://twitter.com/TheBARPod/status/1402715518109372426 (https://twitter.com/TheBARPod/status/1402715518109372426) Run Run Harambe: https://soundcloud.com/markcrozier/run-run-harambe?ref=clipboard&p=i&c=1&utmsource=clipboard&utmmedium=text&utmcampaign=socialsharing (https://soundcloud.com/markcrozier/run-run-harambe?ref=clipboard&p=i&c=1&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing) Top 20 Political Assassinations of the 20th Century: https://twitter.com/basementpoli/status/1402715854731632643/photo/1 (https://twitter.com/basementpoli/status/1402715854731632643/photo/1) “This is the photo of Harambe the Cincinnati Zoo doesn't want you to see”: https://twitter.com/metalg33k/status/1402721720419618820 (https://twitter.com/metalg33k/status/1402721720419618820) Michael Powell on the ACLU in the NYT: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/06/us/aclu-free-speech.html (https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/06/us/aclu-free-speech.html) Responses to that piece: https://newrepublic.com/article/162674/new-york-times-aclu-free-speech-culture-war (https://newrepublic.com/article/162674/new-york-times-aclu-free-speech-culture-war) https://twitter.com/gingi0/status/1402304533569708039?s=20 (https://twitter.com/gingi0/status/1402304533569708039?s=20) https://twitter.com/carltakei/status/1401655639114489859?s=20 (https://twitter.com/carltakei/status/1401655639114489859?s=20) https://twitter.com/DavidColeACLU/status/1402245242636718083?s=20 (https://twitter.com/DavidColeACLU/status/1402245242636718083?s=20)
Katie (white) and Jesse (white) talk about the perils of Whiteness, a situation in which one's soul is colonized by a mayonnaise-devouring demon who makes you hate other races and ask your neighbors to turn the radio down. They also talk about the ACLU and (more importantly) Harambe.Show notes/Links:Katie and her wife own real goats now: https://twitter.com/kittypurrzog/status/1402012125845889024 Katie on the Yale speaker who wants to murder white people: https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/the-psychopathic-problem-of-the-white"On Having Whiteness": https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34039063/ The scary event that launched Harambe to posthumous stardom: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/30/us/gorilla-killed-after-child-enters-enclosure-at-cincinnati-zoo.html NY Mag and Vox run down the meaning of the meme:https://www.vox.com/2016/8/17/12457468/harambe-meme-social-commentary-explained https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2016/07/harambe-forever.html Oral history of Weird Twitter:https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/jwherrman/weird-twitter-the-oral-historyMore on harambe: https://knowyourmeme.com/photos/1259654-harambe-the-gorillaOur call for memes produced some good ones: https://twitter.com/TheBARPod/status/1402715518109372426 Run Run Harambe: https://soundcloud.com/markcrozier/run-run-harambe?ref=clipboard&p=i&c=1&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharingTop 20 Political Assassinations of the 20th Century: https://twitter.com/basementpoli/status/1402715854731632643/photo/1“This is the photo of Harambe the Cincinnati Zoo doesn’t want you to see”: https://twitter.com/metalg33k/status/1402721720419618820Michael Powell on the ACLU in the NYT: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/06/us/aclu-free-speech.htmlResponses to that piece:https://newrepublic.com/article/162674/new-york-times-aclu-free-speech-culture-warhttps://twitter.com/gingi0/status/1402304533569708039?s=20https://twitter.com/carltakei/status/1401655639114489859?s=20https://twitter.com/DavidColeACLU/status/1402245242636718083?s=20 This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.blockedandreported.org/subscribe
Brian Six and Ryan Shaner (hosts of the Ya F#cked It podcast) are joined by guests Tim Butterly and Tommy Pope for a Philly takeover while Luis and Zac are out of town! They discuss Bill Cosby being denied parole, the Quantum Leap episode where Sam leaps into a guy with Down's syndrome, Marilyn Manson charged after spitting on camera, getting wrongly accused of a crime, the 14 year old who stabbed a 13 year old 114 times, 5 years since Harambe's death, Tim beating diarrhea, the first vaccination lottery winner, the aortic aneurysm test and so much more!(Air Date: May 28th, 2021)Send your parkour videos and investment submissions to RealAssOfficial@gmail.com!Real Ass Podcast merchandise is available at https://podcastmerch.com/collections/real-ass-podcastYou can watch Real Ass Podcast LIVE for FREE every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11am ET at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVEOnce you're there you can sign up at GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code: RAP for a 7-day FREE trial with access to every Real Ass Podcast show ever recorded! On top of that you'll also have the same access to ALL the shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!Follow the whole show on social media!Brian SixTwitter: https://twitter.com/brian6ixInstagram: https://instagram.com/brian6ixPodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7G5di1LoesqOeUrlGsnJAwRyan ShanerTwitter: https://twitter.com/_shaner_comedy_Instagram: https://instagram.com/shanecobbedyPodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7G5di1LoesqOeUrlGsnJAwTim ButterlyTwitter: https://twitter.com/timbutterlyInstagram: https://instagram.com/timbutterlyTwitch: https://twitch.tv/timbutterlyPodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWWVkovtAdBInrZ4CMfSAvQTommy PopeTwitter: https://twitter.com/tommyjpopeInstagram: https://twitter.com/tommyjpopeUncle Daycare (Gilly & Keeves): https://youtu.be/KBtrQ0GJSV0Luis J. GomezTwitter: https://twitter.com/luisjgomezInstagram: https://instagram.com/gomezcomedyYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LuisJGomezComedyTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/prrattlesnakeWebsite: https://LuisOfSkanks.comZac AmicoInstagram: https://instagram.com/zacisnotfunnyGaS Digital NetworkTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigital/
On this edition of the Goaltrender For The Boston Bruins Miles and Jamie Loftus discuss Memorial Day, the 5-year deathiversary of Harambe, Republican voting against “Jan. 6th” commission, Arianna Grande's marriage, and Kim Kardashian's COVID controversy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
RIP Harambe 5 years after his death. (2:30-5:02) The Lakers beat the Suns and the Heat tried to play a basketball game. (5:03-8:40) Fans going wild in New York and Philly and we have a rule to fix it all. (8:41-22:47) PR 101 for Amazon and Bubba reveals something to us that shocks the podcast. (23:45-32:05) Our good friend Mark Titus joins the show to shoot the shit about everything for an hour, great interview and good vibes all around. (34:23-1:33:40) We finish with Fyre Fest of the week. (1:35:01-1:49:36)