Jim Mullins

New York, New York, US • 4:42 PM Local Time

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Jim Mullins

Category Documentaries
Language English
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description A selection of narrations from a detective short story , a humorous documentary on penguins, \"This Day in History\", The Wind in the Willows, a detailed documentary on evolution, and the wonders of science.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
There was a desert wind blowing that night. It was one of those hot, dry Santa ANAs that come down through the mountain passes and curl your hair and make your nerves jump in your skin Itch. On nights like that, every boost party ends in a fight. Penguins. They're feisty, curious, even a bit nuts. But look closer and you'll see this is one tough bird. General Nelson Miles accepted his surrender, making Geronimo the last Indian warrior to formally given to US forces. And that's this day in history. Mr Clark, will you tell us, please, what is the very stiffest penalty we can impose for each of these offenses? Or without, Of course, giving the prisoner the benefit of any doubt because there isn't any the clerk scratched his nose with his pen is some people would consider, he observed. That's stealing. The motor car was the worst offense. Even though this hominids mtDNA lineage predates the diversions of modern humans and Neanderthals, coalescence theory does not preclude a more recent diversion state for her nuclear DNA, the very fate of the cosmos. It's a mystery that began some 14 1,000,000,000 years ago in what we call the Big Bang thistles. Jim Mullins. Thanks for listening