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"alexander stein" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Programs to deliver meat dairy and produce directly to consumers doorsteps a local food economy sprang to life and one of the lessons that many people drew from the pandemic. Was that a less centralised. Food supply and delivery system would be more resilient when things go awry and that the benefits of some redundancy would outweigh the costs of the reduced efficiency but while the local food movement may have gotten a big boost from the corona virus crisis. It's been around for a long time. And one of the chief articles of faith among so-called lok of ors is that eating local reduces the carbon footprint of our consumption and is therefore more sustainable. But you know what. It's always wise to test these sorts of assumptions. Just because something seems totally logical. Doesn't always mean that it's true. European researchers alexander stein and fabien. Santini just published a fascinating paper on the sustainability of local food systems in the political discussion. They write the promotion of local food. Systems and short supply. Chains is sometimes presented as a means to increase the resilience of the food system. And it's also suggested as a means to improve the environmental footprint of the food system and quote so in their paper. They've reviewed scientific literature on the environmental social and the economic aspects of sustainability and. They reached some surprising conclusions. First off is eating local actually easier on the environment. When consumers tried to eat local they often focus on how far their food has to travel from its source to their plates. You might remember a popular book called the hundred mile diet which exemplified this approach. Barbara kings hovers bestselling animal vegetable. Miracle is another example and one assumption behind this trend is that eating locally will lower the carbon footprint of our diets however this is not necessarily the case for one thing shipping large quantities foods in cargo ships or trains may actually burn less fossil fuel than transporting the same amount of food across much shorter distances in hundreds of small trucks and now just consider thousands of consumers driving two farms one by one in their cars to pick up their local food..

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"alexander stein" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Researchers alexander stein and fabien. Santini just published a fascinating paper on the sustainability of local food systems in the political discussion. They write the promotion of local food. Systems and short supply. Chains is sometimes presented as a means to increase the resilience of the food system. And it's also suggested as a means to improve the environmental footprint of the food system and quote so in their paper. They've reviewed scientific literature on the environmental social and the economic aspects of sustainability and. They reached some surprising conclusions. First off is eating local actually easier on the environment. When consumers tried to eat local they often focus on how far their food has to travel from its source to their plates. You might remember a popular book called the hundred mile diet which exemplified this approach. Barbara kings hovers bestselling animal vegetable. Miracle is another example and one assumption behind this trend is that eating locally will lower the carbon footprint of our diets however this is not necessarily the case for one thing shipping large quantities foods in cargo ships or trains may actually burn less fossil fuel than transporting the same amount of food across much shorter distances in hundreds of small trucks and now just consider thousands of consumers driving two farms one by one in their cars to pick up their local food. This thinking also assumes that transporting food is the only or even the primary factor in how much carbon is emitted in the production of that food but in fact food production can produce a lot of greenhouse gases prior to this final leg of the journey in fact stein in santini conclude that the carbon footprint of diet depends a lot more on what types of foods you choose then. It doesn't how many miles they travel to reach your plate.

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Is Eating Local Really More Sustainable?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Is Eating Local Really More Sustainable?

"Researchers alexander stein and fabien. Santini just published a fascinating paper on the sustainability of local food systems in the political discussion. They write the promotion of local food. Systems and short supply. Chains is sometimes presented as a means to increase the resilience of the food system. And it's also suggested as a means to improve the environmental footprint of the food system and quote so in their paper. They've reviewed scientific literature on the environmental social and the economic aspects of sustainability and. They reached some surprising conclusions. First off is eating local actually easier on the environment. When consumers tried to eat local they often focus on how far their food has to travel from its source to their plates. You might remember a popular book called the hundred mile diet which exemplified this approach. Barbara kings hovers bestselling animal vegetable. Miracle is another example and one assumption behind this trend is that eating locally will lower the carbon footprint of our diets however this is not necessarily the case for one thing shipping large quantities foods in cargo ships or trains may actually burn less fossil fuel than transporting the same amount of food across much shorter distances in hundreds of small trucks and now just consider thousands of consumers driving two farms one by one in their cars to pick up their local food. This thinking also assumes that transporting food is the only or even the primary factor in how much carbon is emitted in the production of that food but in fact food production can produce a lot of greenhouse gases prior to this final leg of the journey in fact stein in santini conclude that the carbon footprint of diet depends a lot more on what types of foods you choose then. It doesn't how many miles they travel to reach your plate.

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"alexander stein" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"It injuries. And i'm sure that everyone involved would love for pristina. Bom easter still be able to to healthily and safely play. Armstrong's not afraid of change in a salary cap league where you need to be aggressive and you need to be aggressive to continue to compete and you know who knows what what the season will exactly hold in terms of the challenges of of actually plane every day or plane game to game like armstrong is just on such an unbelievable job of of filling holes and replacing guys and also like not holding on to guys too long or holding onto guys for sentimental reasons. I think he's brilliant. I don't think kia. Let's emotion cloud his judgment. And you know every time. There's been a veteran guy or key. Guy goes down with injury. They have so many young guys waiting in the wings and a lot of them have done very well and make you feel good about the future of this team when he needs to get a. Pc does at to you know it's rare that someone who runs an organization can or the fan base can point to one or two things in question usually. It's a laundry list because you know someone who runs a team you're making moves all the time. Let's be honest. Most of his moves have been very good. All right. that's enough serious talk I want to bounce a couple of things off you as we visit for a few more minutes with jim hayes. Okay you are my twitter And we generally when there are sports to be at in the press. Box push stadium next to each other and you know really are. I feel like kind of the twitter. Watchdogs twitter ombudsmen For you know the press box and for the ball writers and and just the the media stars that that fill that press box on a night tonight basis so we hold them account this. Yes so i wanna hold some people accountable and i'm going to list all their names just kidding but this is something that i want your thoughts on because it kind of drives me crazy. I don't know why does i don't know why. Pay any attention to it but on daylight today or news like the retirement of alexander stein the team and we know now that teams break this news themselves now for the most part and the team's official twitter account will either tweet out the release or tweet out the news and then there's always the guy or couple of guys that like quote re tweet it and above like the official team to all they put like hashtag stl blues the hell kind of move. Is that instead of just re tweeting it. So you're follower. Yeah take quote re tweet it and then put in like a while or put in like a hashtag blues or put in like a steeler. It's like they're stealing the tweet and they're trying to use it for their own purposes. Do you know what i mean. You know what. I'm talking about or that. So along the same lines though Yes and i agree with that. And i think in a way that is theft. Totally get what you're saying. I guess twitter. I just saw this. Twitter was trying to do away with that..

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"alexander stein" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:26 min | 9 months ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Aj presents you when when the general manager says. Sometimes you throw a rusty nail into the bucket. That's the cardinals. Gay us happy to embrace their aw and turned out. They knew that that if he was surrounded by the right guys in. Aj was great. But you know. I remember tony larussa lance berkman said. When i played against him. I wanted to punch him in the face. That's lance berkeley. Saying that in the nicest guy ever and then he said he really enjoyed playing with tony and four tony and got to know him and and really liked him when he's across in the other dugout hated his guts. Materials point. jimmy. The as is with us. Some alexander stein. I don't want to bury the lead. I mentioned that right off the top before we welcomed un You know we had to get the starks talk. But i think there are a lot of ways to measure his impact on and off the ice in in saint louis community and In the nhl and around the hockey world of course This morning the announcement comes that He's retiring because of a back injury. Just right off the bat. When you think about the time that you've been saint louis cat not necessarily the guys who put up the best numbers or the guys that You know had had the biggest individual moments but just guys that had an impact not just on their team but but on the saint louis community. How high on the list for you is is alexander stain on is right up there He did so much. And i. When i think of him. I just think of true pro like you know honest day's work for an honest day's pay A guy you know was a two way player Who took all aspects of the game Seriously a leader on that team and as you mentioned a guy that did a ton of stuff in the community so yeah. It's it's a sad day that he's retired. I guess he just had a son last night or some. So he'll he'll beads occupied Purdy well coming up but it was a pleasure watching him play and respecting everything that He brought to the game on and off the ice..

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"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

"This episode was produced by Elliott Decree Veronica Carlin and Jackson Roach. Thanks to Jasmine Train and Ben Austin Jordan Alexander. Stein and you for listening. If you're enjoying this podcast please leave us a rating and consider giving not just the podcast but our mission as the only not for profit bookstore. Whose mission is book selling give and learn more about all the ways you can support our stores at Sam Coop Dot Com and read with us next time on open stacks.

"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

12:33 min | 1 year ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

"Help can live here. It's just not possible. I tell to my hand response. Making certain not to not so he continued nothing. He repeated without cutting the grass. Though I said Jimmy Oh continued. Dream was joined in conversation at fifty seven St Books. By Ben Austin author of Hi Risers Cabrini Green and the fate of American public housing a work of nonfiction about Chicago's most unfairly infamous projects. Whose destruction drains own book rights up to so Tracy who is the narrator talking in first person as a kid and he's living in state rate gardens public housing along the street corridor corridor. Why stay with gardens? I mean in the sense of you know why not one of the. I Want Robert Taylor. Why Not Henry Hornere? Like don't believe go ahead. I mean this is. We want to hear something unbelievable. WanNa be WANNA be wild gown. I used to live on fifty fifth in Everett. This take years ago and I was going to north side by thousand seven right one and I'm I'm going to redline. I'm going north. I think I was GonNa Build my buy me a bracelet or some silly stock because I was super selfish thought the world was about me and I looked over to the right right before we get to dirty fifth and wanted to. It was half demolished and I said what the hell this at Lake. Somebody knocked out of your home and I got off the terrain and went back to my apartment. And has that's the truth and I just started from there and it just kept coming and I just have more and more and it was kind of that wormhole after you start knowing. Because I didn't know the history when I started. I didn't don't get me wrong. I wasn't sitting there writing. Gentrify Gatien work. That actually came later. I just had characters and in as I kept writing and then I was doing my research on the back end and it was just I realize this is a big old black hole and I had to do more work and kind of how it happened. Mother's sister actually lived there. I was I've been in there but I had to see it again. I had to really get it again. You know what I mean I did get on look at pictures and get you know because you gotta get this scenery right. You GotTa make sure that you know what you're talking about. Where how would they be? How department's look and stuff like that. And when I when I realized that you got thirty Fifth Street across the street is building and everyone in the most exclusive city. Say this is really real like even how Tracy says and that kind of appreciate moment. We're we're close all the money. All the time and the buildings are not very different. I mean like they're the same sort of modern architecture. Same design same height just clean. The building. Looks like you know it's the same thing. It's a book about geography in some ways. And I don't think you you don't need to Chicago in to know this because intention because you need to know that the world is divided and all sorts of segregation other ways. But since we are chicagoans here you know. There's a journey to the west side and that means something different than the south side there's The family is going to move to the south suburbs. Which also there's sort of historic geographic move. They're going to adult in and then there are moments of dreaming of leaving Chicago and to talk about that kind of movement of these this geography that. You're well you know. I've traveled places. I don't think there's a place in the world it's more segregated in Chicago. I mean you Novartis Lucky Mart Chicago just by who you see. We don't have to go no further than that. But it's it's just the way it is and that's always been an issue for me of something that I had kind of confusion of even as even as a kid. I was curious about that segregation. I if I'm lucky enough to write anything else it'll probably touch on again but with that said as you get older you if you dealing with young characters that geographic limits the bars if you will separate us and keep us held back even in the city like Chicago where we can meet on Chicago and division is something Clark and we can have a drink together but if you go one direction I go the direction of different worlds that gets overlooked or Chicago Com. You know and children I think are more conscious of it than anybody because I was reading about how back in pre civil rights black. We're trying to swim on the lake. And they lived on this lake and it was a separate beach there from black. Peop- how can you separate a beach and three boys flow it past this imaginary Rubicon? You know what I mean. And they pelted him. In one of the boys he died around. This was the impetus for the one thousand nine hundred race riots race riots or read summer of Nineteen nineteen sparked on July twenty seventh. When a black teenager named Eugene Williams drowned in Lake Michigan wellbeing stoned by white men PRA crossing unofficial lines segregating black and white beaches when the riots ended August third. Thirty eight people had been killed. Five hundred injured and one thousand black homes torched to the ground on. Chicago's south side. You can learn more about the riots. Recent books marking their centennial including Claire. Hartfield Scott King Author Book Winter a few Red Drops and L. Ewing's one thousand nine thousand nine hundred so you learn these kinds of things you realize you ain't nothing. Rehash Book is nothing once you start learning history. And that's kind of what happens as I go along and the characters a part of it because as I said seeing through there is you're trying to stay within their frame of mind. What would they see what they think? And you're from there. Let me ask you a question about About Tracy so pretty much your main character. I mean were. You were saying about using his perspective and from a child's perspective for the most part he's a child and there is even the the the chapter that you just read. There's like he's sort of trying to puzzle out the world around him and he can't he doesn't like we know more than he absolutely. You know there's there's this great line the beginning of James Joyce portrait of the young man which is written like that from kids. You know When you wet the bed I it's warm and then it's cold you know just sort of like getting into a child's mind Wondered like sort of that choice because you're limited when you do that Because you could sort of push beyond him but you're trying to show what he seeing but also show show what he doesn't see. Can you talk about that choice and like how you sort of manipulated and played with that sort of tension? I didn't look at it as a limit though because he. He has a character as he was coming to. Me and talking to me are as I was working on his. His mom was expensive so if anything I would I would never look at it as a limit for in his way. First person is limiting as a as a fiction writer. That's limiting but if you have a around enough character I'm hoping he is then their experiences and their intuitive nece and they're the visceral way that they see the world will work and that's probably why he took the hell over today that's took over because he sees it from a weight. It's not judged judged yet not judged and as he gets older to judgement start to form but as he's young. You know like you said even Jimmy. Oh who's thirteen and Allen still sees the world already. He already knows like I know what the deal that that chapter right. There really submits it for him. I oh I see what it is but Tracy's still kind of grabbing nuggets and trying to cotton onto the process which takes a little bit long another question about that collection of The different chapters because they're short stories and yet it feels like a hole in the our chapters to so. That's that's intentional. Yeah I WANNA hear. How did you conceive of like different different perspectives? On this longer period of time being almost chapters in a novel the truth yeah because because none of the other ships fuck with me. If I had short stories it was. It was an attempt to to to to kick them in the face and to still be myself because I'm a married to the story format. I mean I've come from Sandra Cisneros in Sherman Alexi so a married to that phone and it's not like you're compromising yourself. They were right. They were right. I want to be fair though because reality of it is is. I was just lucky that I had whatever little I had to make it work that way because once I went and looked at it that way and I took a step back. I was like you have a novel that you wrote in chapters. But you've just closed one. So why not just do it? And then that's when I started really shaping it that way they were. They didn't know they were right though. You know what I mean. I don't give them too much credit but the things that they were telling me maybe go back to the table and when I went back to the table my consciousness said I'm going to beat you and I was GonNa do it regardless. Yeah I'M GONNA ask you one one last question. This is actually like a Chicago question about being a writer since you brought you start about talking about the publishing world. I mean from my own experiences writing for national magazines and writing books from Chicago. I know that there's always this this difficulty of of both telling the world as it is here and also worrying that people are only going to hear a sort of mythology of Chicago and sort of. It's like you know terrible. Sharak nece or something like that. They kind of want to hear some story of like you know. Murder capital doesn't really exist. Never simplistic so. I wondered like even you thinking about how this book is received. There's there's a lot of sort of you know bleakness at times. There's also joy and I wonder sort of you if that's in your mind as sort of how people are going to receive Chicago in some way not here but outside the city not a nun are really because Chicago. People Chicago side. I'm okay I'm okay with that. That's no different than us. Thinking everybody in New York is fashionable. All all that kind of silly so I do understand that the crime aspects of it and don't get me wrong. Publishers and silly fucking agent state wanted me to kind of know bump up the bull. A little bit more and I wasn't willing to do it because that's not what humans are people. Don't do cry for the sake of doing that. Someone said to you. Can you have more? Can you have more sort of gunfire or more in in so many words? You know you don't want to you over email. I won't get in trouble so I mean but in so many words. Yeah a little more sex Lou more. Why don't you make the two? Teenagers HAVE SEX A lot. Don't they do because that's not? What people are you know? If you're gonNA write fiction in my opinion your goal is to get as close as you can as a human experience. That's what it's about. I don't care whatever you WanNa do you can do. All the tricks play with Onomatopoeia. And how MOMS and all that and metaphors but the closer you get to the human experience.

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"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

"Popes from each one you could look from the ramp to others to is the smallest samples of grass literally landscape resembled patterns Zebra Stripes. Just look at that. It doesn't feel like the same as real grass. Jimmy will continue though. His face was gentle for thirteen year. Old No hair anywhere. His mouth was large. Teeth always hidden by dark. Looks like he was practicing for cigars he planned to smoke one day. When Hill is your grass field like Jacob? Asam speaking quickly feels like my paper to me a reply. He didn't turn me. You ever felt when people are not an smirk but was clueless about the whole thing. People I mean how stupid Nickleby Jacobs said I would laugh. You know what you're talking about. Demille responded with a blank famous. His worst clear if you keep helping soil which is moist in. Bright Blue Christians and toilet in radio fingers with the grass..

"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

15:38 min | 1 year ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

"Thank you very much. Novels were books on our shelves. Now there is something that stops us in our admittedly slow paced tracks the title. When novels were books. It almost makes me laugh in the first Italian sense that the secret to humor is surprise for more on the secret to humor. Let's stop at the Co ops front table to drop off signs book backup Coop Manager. Elena Jones like all the time today. We're GONNA have some fun as I understand it because you've picked a book for us to look at recently published by Columbia University press called playtime book which I immediately misunderstood having to do with playing outdoors in fact. No it's about modernist. History and comedy cheer is one of the greatest films ever made actually full titles playtime. Jacques Tati in comedic modernism by Malcolm. Turvy it's looking at the structure and style of comedy in Chuck. Todd he's films. It's not only about playtime though. He certainly takes that as a jumping off point. But he's looking equally at the series of Jacques Teti films. Some of which include the Monsieur Hulu character which then moved away from Mr Hullo Also known as Aka Mon oncle and these films and that's was sort of shocked at first film in the Nineteen Fifties. I believe nineteen fifty When all kinds of awards got all kinds of attention and We see Mr. Hello who is Sort of struggling in postwar France to kind of keep up with the quickening pulse who French society in Modern Society. That time right. And he's recognizable By very distinct silhouette as always got little fidora as cat hat names. But it's Fedora Jason's yeah exactly. Yeah long coat and pants. That are just a little too short umbrella. And he's got his hands pulled behind his back. And Yeah walking around in this kind of befuddled way usually pretty solitary I mean he's interacting with objects and with people but he's he's he's on his own in this new world. Yeah Yeah there's a dimension of the silent film era duct tape which is really interesting now but they're not exactly silent films. He's he's doing a lot of interesting things with sound cracked So much that. It's almost like a kind of ballet or better yet. A kind of movie musical In a surreal passion absolutely and I think I mean to stay with playtime specifically. It's this really. I mean it is like ballet. We have you know not that I know anything about ballet but the thing the cartoons and there's a lot of empty space and you have movement in one corner movement in another corner in your simultaneously paying attention or sometimes your attention is drawn from one corner to another but there are ultimately happening within the same boundary. One of the things. That's going on that. Allows the film to be so funny. Without kind of heavy slapstick of his earlier films is the insistence on drawing focus to the absurdities of everyday life where it's easy to read it immediately as sterile alienating and it is but within that there's these incredibly funny things happening. We were just talking about his that waiting room scene where he pushes his hand down on this leather share. And just to get this like the sound of the of the chair being compressed and then popping back up you would never hear that in most other films. There'd be no focus on it but by kind of smoothing out everything else around it you get the focus on the the compression and release of this chair right. There's there's something comic I guess just about that kind of focus of attention. It feels absurd in fact it's life and on the one hand it's You know I think one of the things coming across in the film is a while. Modern life is so alienating but I find it a little hopeful ms well that you could achieve this form of attention. In fact Tati is teaching us to achieve this form of attention. And so it's not just look at us in our terrible lives now but look how we're living in what can be learned from what we're living and how can we enjoy it. How exactly what can we do in this environment? How can we must straight? You're kind of attention. It's not a nostalgic look back let's return to a different type of communist return to different types of anything it's A. It's really actually about building and finding in crafting meaning in this new world. This new new world this new environment. It's almost like taking the committee. Del Art if we wanted to go. Further back in Italian Renaissance Origins Perhaps of of slapstick. I learnt recently that the slapstick was an actual is an actual tool device in comedy of two pieces of wood when slapped together to do a stage slap. You know so you can kind of artificially. Yeah yeah violate your acting peer. So it's almost like Setting a comedian Bill Art performance in the twentieth century encountering slapstick and with an automobile. Say or with you a piece of glass breaking through whatever right right. Oh yeah this is great scene where he runs into the dory breaks the door but he's like still holding the door handle the DOORKNOB that he hands to someone else but we all think that the door is still another one that sticks out to me is when there's a man cleaning a window and he has to tilt the window and in the window's reflection we see passengers on a bus who when their reflection is tilted. We hear them. I believe this is what's happening. This is the joke as I understood that. There are sort of falling out of a ride as a coach. So we have this dual reality James Gary Talks about in wit's end what it is how it works and why we need it. He's talking about kind of the etymological psychological history of wit and how those terms correlate wit and wisdom to say. You've been outwitted or quick-witted heads. He says that the link between wit and knowing just like dimwit nitwit. Witless hints at the link between wit and missing the point But he he he talks about this Especially in reference to to puns which we think of Which is kind of been debased or made only ironic in our culture as this low form of of wit. Witless humor. But he says no puns again if you think about The hominids the the words they reveal this double meaning that we often look to things like poetry philosophy or the ability to hold two ideas in mind at the same time. You know the way metaphor works in poetry. Think how do I connect something that is unlike another thing and bring them into conversation? Bring them in the same room. But when you think of Pun It gives you that access Not only to thinking creatively but to seeing the world differently near that act of creation and James Gary points out that this this form of wit maybe not necessarily but with the spark of wisdom is not exclusive to just a comedy or humor. It applies things like philosophy and science being able to not only just endure this paradox. Maybe do something about it. Second out in when it's done well it doesn't always have is not always done well being able to make these connections between things that should not be connected. And that's really a amazing. I think that's that's one of the Can create a forms of knowledge. It's Liber- Yeah Yeah it's a kind of power to kind of freedom right the you know. We don't always think of language having right opponent mind trying to think. Let's think of one example. I'd just any other time this. I don't know I'm sorry Like a scene in EJECTA T- film kind of circumnavigating around the cul de sac of humor and here to guide the way out or in is traffic circle traffic circle really cool all right well. We're stuck with humor by Terry Eagleton. He is beloved for his wit and wisdom alike but He's looking at. How humor has been construed in wide range of sources throughout mostly Western thought? And he's also at the end talking about the political power of humor showing how it's humor. His played equal roles that like the opposite end of a bunch of spectrums so humor can be totally abusive to somebody else can be a way to bring people together. Could be form of cruelty to others around you to either alienate others alienate yourself. It could be a form of utopia where with everyone kind of rolling with laughter. There's no no violence can happen because your body is taken over by this this other physical force and he's throw talking about these different dichotomy is one of them. Being Mind Body Descartes obviously in his mind body. Division actually acknowledged what is happening in laughter. Which is the body is is taking over this in this outbursts and he's talks about laughter itself being explicitly kind of almost forbidden in higher classes. Especially you know Victorian Oscar Wilde Zahra England. It's about being reserved into kind of lake. Reveal this physical nature physical outbursts of laughter this to behave improperly and also becomes actually a class thing that wild laughter. This wild humor is associated with with lower classes just the dual role that huma can play in some ways in one of the ways. It's been looked down upon her forbidden. Or whatever and in different contexts is because it encourages either divisiveness or questioning of systems. I've been given to you because as you were saying with the Pun What you're doing is bringing to Rome's have existed separately and you're bringing them together and asking your audience to think about them. Think about how they're connected and that type of thinking can lead to you know God forbid revolution and so by not allowing that type of thought not allowing that type of revelry laughter and opening up the mind. What you're doing is suppressing creative thinking in there for revolution so it could be divisive thing could be a challenge to power but it also could be a unifying thing is vision of Utopia where people are kind of convulsing together so from playtime to humor We've been having a good time. These books are fun and incredibly compelling to read. Thanks Linda Thank. You Gallon those seriously funny books again. We're playtime Jacques. Teti COMEDIC MODERNISM BY Malcolm Turvy and published by Columbia University. Press Wit's end by James Gary from Norton and humor by Terry Eagleton from Yale University. Well as we heard from Jordan Alexander Stein characters or pious self-effacing subjects enmeshed with what Stein calls a negative figuration of character in Preston. Devotional were an are the building blocks of contemporary novel. But as we also heard said novels are still changing shape When Jasmine Drain began sending his debut Story Collection State Garden for publication he and his publisher saw the potential and having characters run through it like a thread or a novel a selling point for the publisher and a Narrative Foundation for the reader that makes sense for a book about the biggest concrete building on. Chicago's south side. Where real and imagined characters lives were interconnected from the mid nineteen eighty s up until the State Gardens? Public housing projects were torn down in two thousand seven drains research on the projects in their place. In Chicago's history came after characters. Like Tracy the young boy the center of State Waste Garden and his older brother. Jacob characters informed by drains reading of writers like Sandra Cisneros Sherman Alexi and growing up on the south side Englewood and education that taught him how to honor and assemble hardship into a home. This in Zip cleft is my love card deck. This is entitled Weapon Grass. It's probably is probably one of my favorite ones.

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"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

15:26 min | 1 year ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on Open Stacks

"My Book is is hugely. Flattering to me. I came here the something like nineteen so and it was still in the basement when the basement had a friend who is in college here and she's like books are GonNa love it and And she was right and anyway. So here we are so There's still a full circle moment in a way you know. I was a graduate student degrees. Earn English and complex Undergrad but English and In all in everything is in the in the library Congress's. Ps and then. When I got interested in history like it was e- It was like a totally different library that I'd never been to and it's inevitably I think because it's the it's just like in some corner and but increasingly like bookstores are having books on book sections. I'm running into this and they're getting larger and there's something about that seems really exciting to me And lead prices book what we talked about when we talk about books which is great but it's also that because also kind of pitched to not just to knock down the audience alerts book. It's pitch to a wider audience. And but it seems to be getting traction interested in in books in media and the seem sort of exciting to me right the that we're having a self consciousness around this I also see it With students rate that they're getting more interested in like in in not just in general but also kind of informat platform. They're thinking about this in all kinds of ways book. Sri Seems Doubting dowdy-is-chic now. So but but actually it's implications are so kind of broad because they're they're about media and and again like this is something that a lot of us are having to think about because our media environments are just so complicated these days. Yeah yeah there was that moment with e books where it's okay prints over you guys and that's and that's not what happened and I actually feel that that was the minimum people started studying print with some enthusiasm and then it turns out not just.

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"alexander stein" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Banks, Brian, we apologize for some of the language Jordan Bennington, obviously very excited. Larry Robinson down on the ice. She's been a consultant he was actually behind the bench for a couple of weeks after the coaching change with Craig ruby his tenth Stanley Cup Sixers a player. One is the head coach now three is an assistant and he's the type of personnel e likes to stay in the background. And but when you hear the players talk about how important he was in particular with this defense and how well they played in the strength that they showed and what they learned from Larry Robinson and able to get to this point Kenny. And, you know, you, you mentioned Jay Bouwmeester Maistre and his long. Wait. How 'bout Alexander Stein as well as such an important player in personality on this team because Craig Berube e the head coach told us that he was the most important player that he had to convince a what his role had to be in order for this team to win and it was a role. I was not going to be on the top three lines. It was a role that was going to be on the fourth line. And that's what he had to play. He could vinced him that that's where he needed to be in order for this team to turn things around and start winning again. And Alexander Stein told them if that's what you want coach. And if that's what you think I need to do and help to help this team win. That's what I'll do, and when he made the decision and said, okay, that's a role all play everyone else on this team just followed along. And that was a really important thing for him to do swallow, his pride a little. Bit. But it obviously has turned out, and it was the coach's idea Alexander Stein ends up winning a Stanley Cup the Saint Louis blues continue to celebrate day are the Stanley Cup champions. We go back down to ice level, Brian Boucher,.

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"alexander stein" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

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"alexander stein" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on Double Toasted

"She is revived by Egyptian cats that grant her with superhuman cat like abilities allowing her to become the crime fighting superhero cat woman. Well, also falling in love with the police detective who pursues her if that's a mouthful is. Because it is because. Because that all happens in his movie in somehow barely makes it to an hour and thirty minutes of movie, but you're right. You know, it's so short, but it feels so long. Oh my God. It is and the person that we have to thank for this is a man named pizza off whose pizza off not even worth mentioning I won't mention that he is a visual effects supervisor. And he directed this movie and a movie called V Dohuk vittecoq. It's French nobody's ever heard of it. But another thing to note, though, he was the second unit director for alien resurrection. I saw that. So if you're interested in weird basketball, you have him to thank the reason. Why forgot I forgot someone mentioned that to me? I believe he was the secondhand director that never put basketball seems to movies stop it. Well, he'd anymore. Well, we'll get into that a little bit later about how I don't even think it's a basketball scene, but we're going to move onto the star slash stars of this movie. It's really star. But there's some other people in there. We're talking about Halle Berry Benjamin Bratt Lambert Wilson. Sharon, Stone and Alexander Stein. The voice of Lois Griffin's on. Yes. It's a very weird. It's a fisa fucking weird movie, man. But really all I know about this movie is that as you said earlier, this is considered to be one of the worst superhero movies ever made that definitive answer. I actually do have a definitive answer. At least from what we've seen so far of whether this is the the worst superhero movie ever interested. I based on our based on our things there's a definitive answer there and actually have a setup. Now, some advice we got while we are play. This live was to make extreme click bait. So that's the thumbnail, right? There is your thumbnail. There's the thumbnail for Facebook for for YouTube enjoyed it. But the extreme click bait title is going to be is this the worst superhero movie ever because it bears asking once we go through this review, but for you. When was the first time you saw this funny enough. It was around the same time. I saw Batman begins. Which was only released a year after two thousand five so I I'd seen yet women before because I wanted to get compromised superhero movies. So you were like, oh, definitely report connected, man. That's why one patient Phillips renounce DC. Well, it's the thing is it's like I'm a big Batman fan been for years and a big cat woman fan. I love the character. And she's had some great run in the college. It'd be a fan of her to her. And I saw it. And like it was the week before. I saw Ben begins in the theater. I was like, oh, wow. This is not cat woman. But like, okay, we're going to get good DC superhero films while we're back. We'll back baby. And then the two movies later, you get cat women again. And she's a little weird. Yeah. Man weird. Don't really do. Great applications that character at all either. Go really weird like she'll Pfeiffer, very bland like Anne Hathaway. Hathaway, but she was very bland. I think it was the script that and the suit they had for was pretty stupid. And this is gonna sound like a weird. Critique her hair was kind of dumb to know you brought it up. Yeah. She had super long hair, but a super long straight, uneven. None lad hair. Yeah. Just one great great lines in it. Like, she got the the the. The body language cat woman persona. Kyle. That but later on the movie everything like the just didn't work not have your hair in a cat hat like like, how did that would have been so much better because we all have seen. What the me just go ahead. Oh, let's take a look at the Chit chat real quick. What about earth a kit kids, great or the kid has magnificent semi too? But yeah, thanks for everything..

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"alexander stein" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

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"alexander stein" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

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"alexander stein" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

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"alexander stein" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

02:33 min | 5 years ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

"Now monday troy that was not that is going to change my love for you in how body this is by you how much reason to you the podcast a second that switch you know for seven and now if you talk over is fine as it now i just don't ascends for glad metairie else yet and that i spoke to wrong rockies that and i was by lead but you know what is give him a's which it off i think when you know we know it alexander stein aside care go style that was the app just to set for dammit dareus and came great glenn methodist it's a great glenn and was great glenn last to share up both alright so many else what to do a home hamstring saying yeah love i love the trying doing that trying tested yeah i'm just thinking of got caught goes okay try sinking something all right shin get i'm not did this is slightly less failed okay well the just told is what it is and i'm not i love the not no no i'm not and then let alone now i'm nine them and then than that that nine and then that and then i learned that and then the net i love now none man and then mel you know yeah yeah yeah i think you'll version are gonna be honest with it's going to come up and it was it is now up not a day wouldn't sixty seven to vivo when i was a full i keep on bernie do you think of the one what it is yeah i say was actually the robin have come on down for right i was well to mangano that's when it won't motion even you don't know when yes you know what the opposite excuse because you no lobs and that nobody i want john bounds him ahead very was he doing and then when he was get out of is that job by all means about ca no you are this is not and this is already away and podcast in the ladies and gentlemen tomas off any notion and this kid is so what did and making them off i just which them off misery i mean.

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"alexander stein" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

The Hilarious World of Depression

01:33 min | 5 years ago

"alexander stein" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

"He minutes they did he didn't would be fine now we get to around twenty ten and it turns out that knowing about things like depression in _o_c de being nowhere is not enough to stop the damage that they're doing but then it that progressively worse i think as like that older and then when a turn for dan office ahora monitoring are few is just a number of stress is kind of coming together what's the you know i was traveling internationally wish they say to bring up mop up man meant they and it episodes and then i just really blew a guess get what happened i didn't stay in the interesting thing is like it was a move and from what i've read by mr has joined siren elicit at that moment to moment to this is on berra ball williams tyron novel lost he wrote so fees choice and he suffered in attack of depression in the nineteen eighties were short book about called darkness visible which i recommend no we had brought up style in a few times so i call that his daughter alexander stein aaron williams terms passed away alexander isn't author on around and biographer of her father and i asked what his most memorable description of depression was and i think he describes it is that hurricane and the mining which i think is probably as kind and succinct and asked i description from my you know kind armchair experience as i can.

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