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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:47 min | 4 d ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Now you have to latch. The door for the red light to come on, So don't go in there and forget to latch it. But it just means that while you going into the bathroom you don't have to like. Start pushing is just one last thing to touch and DFW and Dallas has installed it and several other airports are installing it. And this company, which has been growing is just going quickly finding new customers. Now schools now want to install the technology. S so it's again. You don't have to touch the faucet. You don't have to touch the soap dispenser of the paper. Tell And now you don't have to touch the door when you go in, You know, you can use your elbows to kind of actually when you go in it, But now you don't have to look around hunt around right? Exactly. I like this because you're not looking for feet underneath the stall doors anymore, even even just that, Even aside from the touching part of it, it just is a clear okay, Somebody's in there or somebody's not. So that is huge. Alright and Jesus, Jane. Let's talk about Jesus. All right, folks, if you go to my Twitter feed at Jane Wells, My new podcast is locked. You may recall two years ago, J. J. Allen Alex were in my top story tonight. The Mayflower where we re talking that's still up there. By the way, if you want to do that, that's hilarious. We re told the story of the Mayflower, as if modern media and social media existed. 400 years ago this year on both sides of the Atlantic with Native American shock, jock radio and all you know all kinds of stuff. Now we've got Jesus. We took modern media and social media and a time machine and go back 2000 years to Bethlehem, where Mary and Joseph for being hounded by TMZ over rumors of a new king and King Herod is tweeting at 3 A.m. that this is fake news. So is there It's on I heart Spotify on Dawn iTunes Top story tonight. Our top story tonight. Jesus and it's This is a little different in the Mayflower, Jennifer because in addition to doing all the news breaking news bits, I do interviews, some experts about what we know for a fact about the first century in Judea, what we have to take on faith. It's it's and the real King Herod that you know he he is the villain in this story. He was the most fascinating person. He was friends with Mark Antony. Cleopatra hated him really created the first artificial port hey, was brutal, but brilliant. Um and paranoid, Just fascinating stuff. You also learn, in addition to him, holding a disastrous news conference with the Magic eye. And everybody listening. I have to tell you, Jane writes all of this. She comes up with everything. Jane is one of the most brilliant minds or has one of those brilliant minds. I know, Juan. Seriously you you are. I told you I always say someday I want to be Jane Wells. That's my goal in life. Thank you. Thank you, Gerry Shannon, or read it. Powerhouses in it to Petro call in radio show about Jesus. Like when he starts throwing tables around the temple, because he's the goat. Oh, I love it. I love it. Jane Wells. It's top story tonight. Jesus. You could find it, Alan, I hard Spotify all of that, Jane. Good luck with this one. I know people are gonna love it. I can't wait to listen. Thank you. Thank you. Happy Thanksgiving. Hey, you too, Jane. Hugs to everybody. Okay, Take care. Bye. Alright, we come back. Alex Stone is joining us this morning. He's in this really cool feature piece. I want to talk to him about. Do you ever wonder what happens to old planes like military or commercial airplanes? They go into the salvage yard. They just sit there, right. Well, wait'll you hear with this company in Torrance is doing with the parts from those old planes. I'm talking everything from Luggage tags. Two tables. It's a really cool concept. I think it's a pricey concept, but it's cool. Alex will have the story in just a few minutes. Right.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Yeah day we need a holiday for cinco de maya dude like. We'll the also extinct patrick's day is a holiday. You you you know they do. they live in chicago. yes yes. So that makes sense. Holiday treats her saint patrick's day. Oh no you know. The thing is is like the stupid because of that. It's stupid because it doesn't hold up past the the traditional holiday season where you know like the old twitter like coughing season joker whatever where like you know. It's the winner. You wanna be with somebody for the stability in the comfort and the love of having a partner during a time where we value being around one another and yet like when the weather gets nice. And everybody's drinking you want to be single because that's that's when everybody's out to play But the ridiculousness of having a date to like saint patrick's day or cinco de mayo or mother's day. That's that's the kind of the absurd humor in the movie. The end the absurd subvert. Yeah we were just too dumb to realize how funny that was no there. There's the fake jerk off scene to bring that one up chocolate. Telegraph that too much like if i had to criticize that seen it would have been funny. Just straight up with a cut to it. 'cause they even the license plate at grip it and rip which was a golf reference but also from that moment was knows with the funniest part of the movie was like the like the brother. Getting married you know in whatever. Yeah but then like the saint patrick's day date in like you know realized that they play golf together. It was his instructor whatever it was and then like his his fiancee was like he never told me he played off. That was a weird subplot that they never really had to like it. Kind of felt like there is going to be like more more expressed around like them having tensions because he didn't reveal it even even then it's like. Is that like an important detail. You need to fill in with your significant other that like. oh yeah. Sometimes i played golf lake. My wife wouldn't give a shit the they never really 'cause like they started imply. Like i was fairly convinced. Two point with they were gonna get divorced. Married weighty thing. Mark antony cleopatra scene at the halloween party like first of all that was pretty good job. I've thought of that before. But i thought that was gonna be the part where they were gonna be like. Oh now it's a downswing of them and they're not gonna get married. It's just so absurd. It's it's fun to watch. I thought ima roberts in an de bracy luca getting remember his name. You think is going to be seeing it will cost in garrett hedlund. He'd learned on the head the other day they found out like immorality and garrett. Hedlund together yeah. They're believe married and she's had a kid by him. Yes she's wait. Yeah that's your thing too is. I forgot that she recently hit pregnant. She is i did she have a kid or she's just announced products and had a kid. I don't know it doesn't make much of a difference for this conversation on. I don't know why i i. I did like the sister character. Thought that was a nice and also how about snl guy who got like. Oh my god that guy's face just makes me mad immediately subpar skits. Just just look at him. I'm like a skipped. I won't have a good ending. Can't wait yeah. at least it wasn't one produced by me. Thank god The.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:53 min | 5 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Well next time you call in I would love to hear one of those ghost stories so thank you so much meaning great talking to you now I'm very interested in speaking to this gentleman in Austin Texas on the wildcard line is it corn dog do I have corn dog on the line corn dog in Austin going once twice hi darn I was really hoping to speak to someone named corn dog her hate well maybe he'll call back Louise's in Louisville Kentucky Louise welcome to Costa Rica after my call no I believe that I was the Cleopatra two thousand years ago but I would like to come forward in time because I was clear pattern about with Scarlett o'hara and I was Elizabeth Barrett Browning how do I love thee let me count the ways and always has a plan has a problem with the lady who had to wear the scarlet letter and all of the three legged stool Cleopatra because Cleopatra Hey what's happened to you see six three more about Marc Anthony and doing the various price tags these lads held over senator this path in this life path which is why my personality is so convoluted I would just use that word but always keep gone with the wind something of gone with the wind it will be at all times no matter where they attempted it led to poor year and I've studied and at the library on Peachtree street a with scarlet remarked at Mitchell's home which he wrote gone with the wind I did a tour of it he was a very fascinating person and lance this led to make her a stronger person into flight time and you have mentioned that you were Scarlett o'hara yeah he's a fictional character he would welcome their Tammy how people came from Joan Spiro North Carolina if you go to Atlanta and talk to the people which is what I did when I was there they would tell you stories but it's going to go ahead with a real person in the book she was saying so that'll help but the people have family and all of those stories were true I think with the troop of stormy it's really true market Mr justice Margaret Margaret Mitchell was basing her character Scarlett o'hara on an actual person named Scarlett o'hara well we don't know what a real name but you know they can finance Christian base all I see what you're saying okay and a red button with a real person from our South Carolina yeah it's the truth so it's amazing to me though that you were all of these very famous people in in previous lives Cleopatra and Scarlett o'hara hello would you ever just sort of in an everyday ordinary because I asked the person who had contacted what you through them always a historical character they said you have to be a historical character the help of the people know that this is still the truth but I was what time Indians medicine woman and I. Dagbladet life tapped out in the morning convicted herbs and I slipped on a rock and fail about the river impact my head on a rock and died at that time yes not so many times thousands of times I have been born between these characters of the west the help of the people know this if you can't leave the vents are true in their labs the justice will so you sound like an old soul yes I am do you think you're you think you're almost to the point where you where you'll stop reincarnate ng because like tab R. eight well this is a twenty five thousand years cycle and your help three twenty five thousand years cycle for the people will cope with the third dimension to the fourth dimension which is what is happening now to the people on earth the first grade second grade third grade we have the fourth grade and fifth grade the fifth dimension for they came up with that phone of the fifty basis with fifty years ago it was to help people elevate their consciousness does that mean that we're all heading into the fifth dimension and that they'll be no more reincarnated no no the people you know most of the people on earth hello all in the first second and third committed first degree has to do with the A. M. eight killed Abel second degree has to do with the sexual third degree has to do with guess randomly which is what most people are into elimination eating and you know fear federally permitted the worry both of the first three degrees in the court degree which is the Horry who tried to elderly people to the politically and when we going to move into the fifth dimension well we're trying to elevate the consciousness of the people you know to the hardened to the throat because some of the people are not able to express themselves will and in the sixth dimension is the third soccer I mean the third act and then the second degree is the crown chakra but most of the people on the third degree we tried to get it released to the fourth degree the heart which has to do with kindness and love and this with Cleopatra and Marc Antony exemplified to the world they have looked the greatest love that the world has ever seen at this time Marc Anthony and Cleopatra here hi a very closely with the without difficulty to get loose but we have been together for many many thousands of lifetimes Marc Antony Cleopatra for great love story and so do you reincarnate with the same people so for example is there a mark Anthony in your life right now all market ally people tried to this program did did LA he was when he and I met on the tennis court because he was a teacher of the students we we looked at each other but we only looked at each other for a couple of seconds the day we sat down with them and sell them here because are you back to that I figure but this lifetime we have been very courageous about behavior towards one another we don't act quickly what was the Avenue Louise thank you for calling in as always I gotta run but will left speaking again sometime I hope.

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

12:42 min | 6 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you let's go back to open line calls let's go to Fred in anchorage Alaska welcome to the program Fred hi Richard how's life everything good yes Sir how are you I'm doing fine thanks how's Alaska the stables man it's nice appeared stunned to get a little bit hot well that's a good way sixty degrees without proper us any virus problems up that way we're starting to open up a little bit well I got fifty percent at the hotel where I work well the restaurant will use their now it's fifty percent open it up well we're over now we're still being careful and now we're a little isolated so we're doing well that's good good for you yes Sir yes one my mom had a story about it we now yeah yeah whatever's in there right what is what did mom tell you call me she didn't tell me what it was but she told me the tornadoes wouldn't hate their boats read on the bottom and they leave you alone to stay because they hated the color red right some reason they don't like it yeah that's one day Harley was saying that that's that's weird did your mother ever see this creature so we we're right across the inlet from there yeah well we're not that far from anchorage failure so yes Sir it's not very far but that's the store I've been told that's a great story I mean there's like there's got to be some kind of creature out there and there's a lot of calls a band they think it's that big huge sturgeon fish but who knows what it could be let's go next to to build a Los Angeles welcome to the program Hey bill thanks for calling I don't George could yeah I don't remember we've spoken a couple times recently when you had Bob Hastings and Judy megabits on the program yes yes yeah I used to cover radio for the reader features for the LA times and the OC register in the late eighties great yeah and I I thought you might be the person for this because you you go back but the same time I do it maybe maybe a few years more but I did pull the thing called paranormal politicians and I was thinking I might I might run the statement by you and see if you can guess who says that okay okay all right right are called the global warming three nine eight put them in a log box Bill Clinton close Jimmy Carter it it's how gore al gore how he was my third gas really yeah I would have sent him the third time well big maybe the phone would be more more up your alley suggest you go back about as far as I do I am not a crook Richard Nixon Jackie Gleason I should open your ailing Richard Nixon that's very good yeah almost sounded like him I must tell you George that Nordic alien chick was hard that's got to be Jimmy Carter he wouldn't like that he was pretty are pretty spiritual wasn't right still is still going to do the opposite who would that be that would be Bill Clinton they all the okay okay I love it good job building your good sport thanks okay my friend good shrub Louise's with us in Louisville Kentucky hello there Cleopatra thank you join our contract I am be original Louise from Louisville yes you are as opposed to any imposters you made it allow but no one was to be named Cleopatra after her death really he made it a law and no one wants to joined the name mark and and certainly a key and after the death and that hold up well Marc Anthony held up but not clear Patrick somebody else got named Cleopatra no no one has been named Cleopatra since then okay okay I have two points I would like to make one I know what the reason for the Nelson Mandela who affected regarding the land of Israel and the whole the Mandela effect you know why it's happening okay and it is in the book I see here in the Bible chapter eleven talks about the land the lamb and the wolves and being you have to go to chapter sixty five and they talked about the land the lamb and the wolf again and also the two times that confuse people because it's mated to times in chapter eleven it talks about the coming of the prince of peace and intercepted sixty five it talks about the coming of the new date and this is why people are so confused about it you have to read the whole Bible throughout most and then you will be able to figure it out you know your Bible called excellent memory I have one other point I would like to make in the book of Daniel chapter even now when it comes about Cleopatra and it's infected eleven this is the daughter of the king of the south went to the king of the north this up to you so you said and the doctor it said the doctor her court and the baby and the reason it was verified for me was back David terra Madre Christian minister who does all radio and TV and so he was poking Monday on this into him and he was thinking said I think the daughter is Cleopatra and he mentioned it three times will I requested it and then I went back again because I had already figured it out but I have never heard anybody make the Cleopatra's name in regard to the book of Daniel and I was so happy and I wanted to let you know that go to the book of Daniel chapter eleven and this is the doctor but in the Jewish Bible it makes the F. thirty five different Baba in the Jewish Bible it mentions the doctor took court and the baby and although the problems the defense the doctors they do not mention the baby what were the year's Cleopatra lived well she changed the date for self but it was well it was thirty nine years so when feedback so the only give her A. B. C. B. C. means before Cleopatra that's why it is so easy that means before Christ doesn't know it means before clear patch because nobody really knows when the baby was born but we do know quickly affected back because that is when Octavian started the year one that's why we know that we are in here two thousand twenty because when he went in Marc Anthony committed suicide mandates later Cleopatra was dead and that's why we know exactly how many users have been so what year did she die well she died at thirty nine it was a BC nine years old but the hero Octavian started all over with year one I know but what year did she die he was thirty nine years old when she died so it had to be thirty nine years before the year one when I came in and started the year one Octavian is the one that started we live in an Octavian's cycle to date what did he did he start year one right after she died maybe or was there one on the first day that he went into Alexander which was on hold okay she was she was already dead though right no when Octavian wanted to Alexander they told Mark Antony Cleopatra was there because she was in the Muslim Octavia Marc Anthony fell on his sword and dad they took Octavian took Marc Anthony to Cleopatra she died in his arms he was despondent that she died right the problem is so close that he couldn't do anything as like Romeo and Juliet well that's the same story a charge that's the same people and then I have been together for years and years and years we always come back together for the same two lovers who who's your Marc Anthony now they are in a way okay Louise you got at Lloyds with us and Saskatchewan Canada Hey Lloyd thanks for calling your target I'm doing great hope you are too are your your little art previous yeah talking about the last year alone we bring things up there well he's a good guy yeah here quite interesting I've never hit it on the paranormal but I do believe they have one of the most dangerous creatures I've come across with the Wolverines there is a big day they'll rip you apart well I have a problem I was a problem for the manifold I thought once before I had one of our travelers that you practice and you raise the trap Jeez exactly classrooms program a damn good travel and tractor I couldn't catch your last they're fast and they're vicious that you got your own separate fat Bob reporter number from a part and he didn't bother anybody else's stuff this month you know the nickname for the Michigan football team is the Wolverines so they must have a lot in Michigan too but they're tough little creatures you gotta be very careful with them cassis with us in Seattle first time caller hi gas welcome hello hi wondering if any of the listeners may remember a caller to art hello in the nineteen nineties that was making a prediction that it was the time that it was something that was going to happen in the near future but it seems like it's it's it's it's very similar to what we're experiencing now he was talking about people needing to protect their restoration and and need to be careful in public and it seemed like he was speaking from some secret stores like maybe from aliens Forrester's complaint we've had two guests Sylvia Browne and the witch Evelyn pack Leni both of whom are dead they talked about the service situations too right that's true that's very interesting also but but anyway it seems like it was maybe about nineteen ninety four ninety five now was this a collar or gas yeah he was the caller I'm like during like during open lines or something like that yes okay it if his college sound it would be wonderful if it could be played in the first hours so everyone could listen and if you had an exact date we could find well I'm sorry I my memory is not that good but I did read I did start remembering that what he said sound so similar to what we're actually experience because I was really really worried after hearing that I was it I took notice of it and don't worry for a while but but I'm thinking that that maybe it was possibly what works we're going through now to be sure casts of let's go to Perry in Lompoc California very welcome to the program thank you so much Georgian thank you for being there for all of the you're in this terrible behind we will be my mom got a great team that'll be here always you know and and and I I disagree she you guys.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:41 min | 6 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you let's go back to open line calls let's go to Fred in anchorage Alaska welcome to the program Fred hi Richard how's life everything good yes Sir how are you I'm doing fine thanks how's Alaska the man it's nice of prayer is starting to get a little bit hot well that's a good way sixty degrees without proper any virus problems up that way now we're starting to open up a little bit where I got fifty percent at the hotel where I work the restaurant was like zero now it's fifty percent open it up well we're not we're still being careful and we're a little isolated so we're doing well that's good good for you yes her yes one my mom had a story about Ileana yeah yeah whatever's in there right what is what did mom tell you call me she didn't tell me what it was but she told me tornadoes wouldn't hate their votes read on the bottom and they leave me alone hi to stay because they hated the color red right I'm ready then they don't like it yeah that's one day Harley was saying that that's that's weird did your mother ever see this creature no we we're right across the M. where from there yeah well we're not that far from a grid failure so yes Sir not very far but that's the store I've been told that's a great story I mean there's a there's got to be some kind of creature out there and there's a lot of calls have been they think it's that big huge sturgeon fish but who knows what it could be let's go next to to build a Los Angeles welcome to the program Hey bill thanks for calling I know you're good yeah I don't remember we spoke a couple times recently when you had Bob Hastings and Judy megabits on the program yes yes yeah I used to cover radio for the reader features for the LA times in the OC register in the late eighties great that and I I thought you might be the person for this because you you go back but the same time I do it maybe maybe a few years more but I developed a thing called paranormal politicians and I was taken I might I might run the statement by you and see if you can guess who says that okay okay all right right our calls it global warming three nine eight put them in a log box Bill Clinton close Jimmy Carter it is Al Gore Al Gore now he was my third gas really yeah I would have sent him the third time well maybe the phone would be more more up your alley suggest you go back about as far as I do I am not a crook Richard Nixon Jackie Gleason alien Richard Nixon that's very good he almost sounded like him tell you George that Nordic alien chick was hard that's got to be Jimmy Carter but he wouldn't like that he was pretty pretty spiritual wasn't right still is still going to do the opposite who would that be that would be Bill Clinton they all the okay okay hello good job building your port thanks okay my friend good shop Louise is with us in Louisville Kentucky hello there Cleopatra thank you George correct I am the original Louise from Louisville yes you are as opposed to many imposters an inmate at a low but no one was to be main Cleopatra after her death really he made it a law and no one wants to joined the name mark and and certainly a key and after the death and that hold up well Marc Anthony held up but not Cleopatra somebody else got named Cleopatra no no one has been made clear practices okay okay I have a two point seven like to make one I know the reason for the Nelson Mandela who a perfect record in the land of Israel and the war the Mandela effect you know why it's happening okay the book of the year in the Bible chapter eleven talks about the land the lamb and the wolves and being you have to go to chapter sixty five and he talked about the lamb the lamb and the wolf again and also the two towns that confuse people because this makes it through Times in chapter eleven it talks about the timing of the prince of peace and intercepted sixty tablets talks about the coming of the new date and this is why people are so confused about it you have to read the whole Bible flew almost and then you will be able to figure it out you know your Bible excellent memory I have one other point I would like to make in the book of Daniel chapter eleven it talks about Cleopatra and it's incredibly Lebanese says the daughter of the king of the south we took the king of the north face up to you so you said and the doctor is said the doctor her court and the baby and the reason it was verified for me was back David terra Madre Christian minister who does all radio and TV and so he was talking when they are listened to him and he was fine he said I think dodder is Cleopatra entertainment industry council I requested it and then I went back again because I had already figured it out but I have never heard anybody missing Cleopatra's name in regard to the book of Daniel and I was so happy and I wanted to let you know that go to the book of Daniel chapter eleven and it says the doctor back in the Bible it makes the F. thirty five different Bob in the Jewish Bible is meant to this the doctor took court and the baby and although the problems the defense the doctors they do not mention the pain B. what were the year's Cleopatra lived well change the date for itself but it was well it was thirty nine years old when she died so the only give her say B. C. B. C. means before Cleopatra that's why it's so easy to haul it means before Christ doesn't know it means we for Cleopatra because nobody really knows when the baby was born but we do know we clear Patrick back because that is when Octavian started the year one that's why we know that we are in year two thousand twenty because when he went in Marc Anthony committed suicide landings later Cleopatra was dated and that's what we know exactly how many users have been so what year did you die well she died at thirty nine it was a BC all but three zero Octavian started all over with me here one I know but what you did she die he was thirty nine years old when she died so it had to be thirty nine years before the year was one when I came in and started the year one Octavian is the one that started we live in an Octavian cycle today what did he did he start year one right after she died maybe or is there one on the first day that he went into Alexander with his own personal she was already dead though right no when Octavian wanted to Alexander date told Mark Antony Cleopatra was there because he was in the Muslim Amy I'm a marketing fell on his sword and dad took Octavian took Marc Anthony to Cleopatra she died in his arms he was despondent that she died right the problem is so close that he couldn't do anything as like Romeo and Juliet well the same story our charge that's the same people mark and I have been together for years and years and years we always come back together for the same two lovers who who's your Marc Anthony now they are in a way okay Louise you got at Lloyds with us and Saskatchewan Canada a lawyer thanks for calling I'm doing great hope you are too are your your little art previous yes operable laughed in all the right things up there well he's a good guy yeah clearly quite interesting I've never been on a paranormal incidents but if you believe that you don't have one of the most dangerous creatures I've come across with the Wolverines but they're they they they'll rip you apart well I had a drive by was a trap for a Florida manifold by fox you once before I had one of my trust fund if you ask me how do you rate the traffic Jeez I think that the classrooms Farber I'm a damn good travelers drive tractor I couldn't catch your last they're fast and they're vicious yeah you got your own separate fact false reports and referral part I didn't bother anybody else's stuff this month you know the nickname for the Michigan football team is the Wolverines so they must have a lot in Michigan to what they're tough little creatures you gotta be very careful with them cassis with us in Seattle first time caller hi gas welcome hello hi wondering if any of the listeners may remember a caller to opt out in the nineteen nineties that was making a prediction that it was the time that it was something that was going to happen in the near future but it seems like it's it's it's it's very similar to what we're experiencing now he was talking about people needing to protect their restoration and and need to be careful in public and it seemed like he was speaking from some secret stores thank maybe from aliens Forrester simply now we've had two guests Sylvia Browne and the which have low impact Leni both of whom are dead they talked about these situations too right that's true that's very interesting also but but anyway it seems like it was maybe about nineteen ninety four ninety five I was as a caller or gas yeah he was the caller I'm wondering like during open lines or something like that yeah okay it is his college found it would be wonderful if it could be played in the first hour so everyone could listen if you had an exact date we can find it at all I'm sorry I my memory is not that good but I didn't I did start remembering that what he said sounds so similar to what we're actually experiencing because I was really really worried after hearing that call I was I took notice of it and don't worry for a while but but I'm thinking that that maybe it was possibly what works we're going through now pretty eerie to be sure casts of let's go to Perry in Lompoc California very welcome to the program thank you so much your your thank you for being there for all of the you're in this terrible behind we will be better Greek team that'll be here always you know and and and I I disagree.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:37 min | 7 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you let's go back to open line calls let's go to Fred in anchorage Alaska welcome to the program Fred hi Richard how's life everything good yes Sir how are you I'm doing fine thanks how's Alaska the stables man it's nice appears fine to get a little bit hot well that's a good only sixty degrees about pop for us any virus problems up that way now we're starting to open up a little bit where I got fifty percent at the hotel where I work well the restaurant was like zero now it's fifty percent open it up well we're over now we're still being careful and now we're a little isolated so we're doing well that's good good for you yes Sir yes one my mom had a story about Ileana yeah yeah whatever's in there right what is what did mom tell you call me she didn't tell me what it was but she told me the natives would hate their votes read on the bottom and they leave you alone Tuesday because they hated the color red right for farmers and they don't like it yeah that's one day Harley was saying that that's that's weird did your mother ever see this creature no we we're right across the M. where from there yeah well we're not that far from a grid failure so yes Sir it's not very far but that's the story I been told that's a great story I mean there's a there's got to be some kind of creature out there and there's a lot of calls have been they think it's that huge sturgeon fish but who knows what it could be let's go next to to build a Los Angeles welcome to the program Hey bill thanks for calling I don't George good yeah I don't remember we spoke a couple times recently when you had Bob Hastings and Judy megabits on the program yes yes yeah I used to cover radio for the reader features for the LA times and the post you register in the late eighties great and I I thought you might be the person for this because you you go back about the same time I do it maybe maybe a few years more but I developed a thing called paranormal politicians and I've obviously can I might I might run the statement by you and see if you can guess who says that okay okay all right right our calls it global warming three nine eight damn in a log box Bill Clinton close Jimmy Carter it is Al Gore Al Gore how he was my third gas really yeah I would have sent him the third time well maybe this phone would be more more up your alley suggest you go back about as far as I do I am not a crook Richard Nixon Jackie Gleason I should open your alien Richard Nixon that's very good he almost sounded like him almost tell you George that Nordic alien chick was hard that's got to be Jimmy Carter he wouldn't like that he was pretty are pretty spiritual wasn't right still is still going off of it who would that be that would be Bill Clinton they all the okay okay hello good good job building your good support thanks okay my friend good shop Louise is with us in Louisville Kentucky hello there Cleopatra thank you George correct I am the original Louise from Louisville yes you are as opposed to any imposters you have made it a lot but no one was to be main Cleopatra after her death really he made it a law and no one wants to joined the name mark and and certainly a key and after the death and that hold up well Marc Anthony Hildebrand I Cleopatra's somebody else got named Cleopatra no no one has been named Cleopatra since then okay okay I have two point seven like to make one I know the reason for the Nelson Mandela will affect regarding the Land lamb and the war the Mandela effect you know why it's happening okay in the book of ours here in the Bible chapter eleven talks about the land the lamb and the wolves and then you have to go to chapter sixty five and he talked about the land the lamb and the wolf again and also the two towns that confuse people because it's missing two times in chapter eleven it talks about the coming of the prince of peace and intercepted sixty five we talked about the coming of the new date and this is why people are so confused about it you have to read the whole Bible flew almost and then you will be able to figure it out you know your Bible called excellent memory I have one other point I would like to make in the book of Daniel chapter eleven it talks about Cleopatra and its inception eleven he says the daughter of the king of the south went to the king of the north face up to your freezer and the doctor is said the doctor her court and the baby and the reason it was verified for me was back David terra Madre Christian minister who does all radio and TV and so he was talking Monday on this into him and he was thinking said I think dodder is Cleopatra entertainment industry council I requested it and then I went back again because I had already figured it out but I have never heard anybody mention Cleopatra's name in regard to the book of Daniel and I was so happy and I wanted to let you know that go to the book of Daniel chapter he laughs with and assists the doctor black in the Jewish Bible it makes the F. thirty five different Bob was in the Jewish Bible it mentions the doctor took court and the baby and although the problem because since the doctors they do not mention the baby what were the year's Cleopatra lived well change the date for itself but it was well he was thirty nine years old when she died so the only give her say B. C. B. C. means before Cleopatra that's why it's so easy to haul it means before Christ doesn't know it means before clear patch because nobody really knows when the baby was born but we do know we clear Patrick back because that is when Octavian started the year one that's why we know that we are in here two thousand twenty because when he went in Marc Anthony committed suicide nine days later Cleopatra was dated and that's why we know exactly how many users have been so what year did you die well she died at thirty nine it was a BC nine years old but zero I came in started all over with year one I know but what year did she die he was thirty nine years old when she died so it had to be thirty nine years before the year one when I came in and started the year one Octavian is the one that started we are living in Octavian cycle to date what did he did he start year one right after she died maybe or was or why not on the first day that he went into Alexander which was on hold okay she was she was already dead though right no when Octavian wanted to Alexander they told Mark Antony Cleopatra was there because he was in the Muslim Octavia Marc Anthony fell on his sword and dad they took Octavian took Marc Anthony to Cleopatra said that in his arms he was despondent that she died right the problem is so close that he couldn't do anything as like Romeo and Juliet well that's the same story our charge yes the same people mark and I have been together for years and years and years we always come back together for the same two lovers who who's your Marc Anthony now they are in a way okay Louise you got at Lloyds with us and Saskatchewan Canada a lawyer thanks for calling I'm doing great hope you are too are your your little art previous yes operable Alaskan all the same things up there well he's a good guy yeah clear quite interesting I've never hit it on the phone almost as if that you believe that you have one of the most dangerous creatures I've come across with the Wolverines there they they they'll rip you apart well I had a problem I was a trap for a Florida manifold by fox you once before I had one of metropolis you practice how do you rate the trap Jeez and they got to classroom I'll call them a damn good travelers drive tractor I couldn't catch your last they're fast and they're vicious yeah you got road field but my trap false reports and referral part and he didn't bother anybody else's stuff just mine you know the nickname for the Michigan football team is the Wolverines so they must have a lot in Michigan too but they're tough little creatures you gotta be very careful with them cassis with us in Seattle first time caller hi gas welcome hello hi this is wondering if any of the listeners may remember a caller to RPL in the nineteen nineties that was making a prediction that it was the time that it was something that was going to happen in the near future but it seems like it's it's it's it's very similar to what we're experiencing now he was talking about people needing to protect their restoration and and need to be careful in public and it seemed like he was speaking from some secret stores like maybe from aliens horse or something like now we've had two guests Sylvia Browne and the which everyone pack Leni both of whom are dead they talked about these situations terrible right that's true that's very interesting also but but anyway it seems like it was maybe about nineteen ninety four ninety five that was as a caller or gas yeah he was the caller I'm like during like during open lines or something like that yes okay it is his college sound it would be wonderful if it could be played in the first hour so everyone could listen and if you had an exact date we could find well I'm sorry I my memory is not that good but I did read I did start remembering that what he said sounds so similar to what we're actually experiencing because I was really really worried after hearing that all I was I took notice of it and not worry for a while but but I'm thinking that that maybe it was possibly what works we're going through now to be sure casts of let's go to Perry in Lompoc California very welcome to the program thank you so much your agent thank you for being there for all of the you're in this terrible behind we will be among got a great team that'll be here always you know and and I disagree she you guys.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

12:26 min | 7 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you let's go back to open line calls let's go to Fred in anchorage Alaska welcome to the program Fred hi George how's life everything good yes Sir how are you I'm doing fine thanks how's Alaska the stables man it's nice appeared starting to get a little bit hot well that's a good thing only sixty degrees about pop for us any virus problems up that way now we're starting to open up a little bit where I got fifty percent at the hotel were well the restaurant was like zero now it's fifty percent open it up well we're over now we're still being careful and now we're a little isolated so we're doing well that's good good for you yes Sir yes one my mom had a story about it we now yeah yeah whatever's in there right what is what did mom tell you she told me she didn't tell me what it was but she told me the natives would hate their votes read on the bottom and they leave you alone to stay because they hated the color red right some reason they don't like it yeah that's what Dave Harley was saying that that's that's weird did your mother ever see this creature no we we're right across the M. where from there yeah well we're not that far from a grid failure on so yes Sir it's not very far but that's the story I been told that's a great story I mean there's a there's got to be some kind of creature out there and there's a lot of calls have been they think it's that huge sturgeon fish but who knows what it could be let's go next to to build a Los Angeles welcome to the program pay bill thanks for calling I don't George good yeah I don't remember we spoke a couple times recently when you had Bob Hastings and Judy megabits on the program yes yes yeah I used to cover radio for the reader features for the LA times in the OC register in the late eighties great and I I thought you might be the person for this because you you go back by the same time I do it maybe maybe a few years more but I developed a thing called paranormal politicians and I was thinking I might I might run the statement by you and see if you can guess who says that okay okay all right right our calls it global warming three nine eight to put them in a log box Bill Clinton close Jimmy Carter it is Al Gore Al Gore how he was my third gas really yeah I would have sent him the third time well maybe this phone would be more more up your alley so should you go back about as far as I do I am not a crook Richard Nixon Jackie Gleason I should open your alien Richard Nixon that's very good he almost sounded like him I must tell you George that Nordic alien chick was hard that's got to be Jimmy Carter he wouldn't like that he was pretty are pretty spiritual wasn't right still is still going opposite who would that be that would be Bill Clinton they all the okay okay I love it good job building your good sport thanks okay my friend good shop Louise is with us in Louisville Kentucky hello there Cleopatra thank you George correct I am be original Louise from Louisville yes you are as opposed to any imposters made allow but no one was to be named Cleopatra after her death really he made it a law and no one wants to joined the name mark and and certainly a key and after the death and that hold up well Marc Anthony hill Dr not clear Patrick somebody else got named Cleopatra no no one has been named Cleopatra since then okay okay I have two point seven like to make one I know the reason for the Nelson Mandela who affected regarding the land of Israel and the war the Mandela effect you know why it's happening okay and it is in the book I see here in the Bible chapter eleven talks about the land the lamb and the wolves and then you have to go to chapter sixty five and he talked about the lamb the lamb and the wolf again and also the two times that confuse people because it's making two times in chapter eleven it talks about the coming of the prince of peace and intercepted sixty fabric talks about the coming of the new date and this is why people are so confused about it you have to read the whole Bible through almost and then you will be able to figure it out you know your Bible called excellent memory I have one other point I would like to make in the book of Daniel chapter eleven it talks about Cleopatra and it's intercepted eleven these says the daughter of the king of the south went to the king of the north says up to you so you said and the doctor is said the doctor her court and the baby and the reason it was verified for me was back David terra Madre Christian minister who does all radio and TV and so he was talking Monday on this into him and he was thinking said I think the dodder is Cleopatra and he mentioned it three times will I requested it and then I went back again because I had already figured it out but I have never heard anybody mention Cleopatra's name in regard to the book of Daniel and I was so happy and I wanted to let you know go to the book of Daniel chapter eleven and this is the doctor back in the Jewish Bible it makes the F. thirty five different Bob was in the Jewish Bible it mentions the doctor took court and the baby and although the problem because since the doctors they do not mention the baby what were the year's Cleopatra lived well change the date for itself but it was well she was thirty nine years old when she back so the only give her say B. C. B. C. means before Cleopatra that's why it's so easy to haul it means before Christ doesn't know it means before clear patch because nobody really knows when the baby was born but we do know we clear Patrick back because that is when Octavian started the year one that's why we know that we are in here two thousand twenty because when he went in Marc Anthony committed suicide nine days later Cleopatra was dated and that's why we know exactly how many users have been so what year did you die well she died at thirty nine it was a BC nine years old but the hero Octavian started all over with year one I know but what year did she die he was thirty nine years old when she died so it had to be thirty nine years before the year one when I came in and started the year what Octavian is the one that started we live in an Octavian cycle to date what did he did he start year one right after she died maybe around here why not on the first day that he went into Alexander which was on hold okay she was she was already dead though right now when Octavian wanted to Alexander they told Mark Antony Cleopatra was there because he was in the Muslim Amy I'm a marketing fell on his sword and dad they took Octavia I'm we took Marc Anthony to Cleopatra see Daddy his arm he was despondent that she died right the problem is so close that he couldn't do anything as like Romeo and Juliet well that's the same story our charge that's the same people March tenth and then I have been together for years and years and years we always come back together for the same two lovers who who's your Marc Anthony now they are in a way okay Louise you got at Lloyds with us and Saskatchewan Canada a lawyer thanks for calling your Kerry there I'm doing great hope you are too are your your of a large previous yes talk about a lot of him all the very things up says well he's a good guy yeah clear quite interesting I've never hit it on the paranormal incidents but I do believe they have one of the most dangerous creatures I've come across with Wolverine there is a big day they'll rip you apart well I had a problem I wasn't trapped for a Florida manifold I thought once before I had one of our travelers used plastics and you raise the traffic Jeez and they got the classrooms house problem a damn good travelers Strasser I couldn't catch your last they're fast and they're vicious yeah you got your reset my traps off the courts and referral part and he didn't bother anybody else's stuff this month you know the nickname for the Michigan football team is the Wolverines so they must have a lot in Michigan to what they're tough little creatures you gotta be very careful with them cassis with us in Seattle first time caller hi gas welcome hello hi this is wondering if any of the listeners may remember a caller to RPL in the nineteen nineties that was making a prediction that it was found at the time that it was something that was going to happen in the near future but it seems like it's it's it's it's very similar to what we're experiencing now he was talking about people needing to protect their restoration and and need to be careful in public and it seemed like he was speaking from some secret source like maybe from aliens Forrester someplace now we've had two guests Sylvia Browne and the witch Evelyn pack Leni both of whom are dead they talked about these situations too right that's true that's very interesting also but but anyway it seems like it was maybe about nineteen ninety four ninety five now was this a collar or gaskets he was a caller I'm like during like during open lines or something like that yes okay yes if his call is sound it would be wonderful if it could be played in the first hour so everyone could listen and if you had an exact date we could find well I'm sorry I my memory is not that good but I did read I did start remembering that what he said sound so similar to what we're actually experiencing because I was really really worried after hearing that I was it I took notice of it and not worry for a while but but I'm thinking that that maybe it was possibly what works we're going through now to be sure casts of let's go to parity in Lompoc California very welcome to the program thank you so much George and thank you for.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:48 min | 8 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ad council now the news special report from the virus update president trump dropped his idea of the new York lockdown issuing a strong travel warning instead for the hard hit New York area to limit the spread of coronavirus strict measures imposed in Jordan though as correspondent Jumana Karachi reports that country recorded its first death from code nineteen every signaled the start of a live studio audience have never experienced before it's a war against an invisible enemy the government has chosen to fight with an iron fist this lockdown is one of the strictest in the world its military deployed to the streets and security forces detaining hundreds of curfew violators the Vatican said the tests were done in the building where pope Francis lives after one resident tested positive for corona virus and the tests show that the pontiff and his closest aides are not infected now this Bloomberg sports update another positive corona virus test for someone willing to the NBA and this time it's Knicks owner James Dolan the team says he's in self isolation at this point showing little to no symptoms many around the sports world of stepped up during this corona virus pandemic and close to home Dolan has done likewise for many of the events staff at Madison Square Garden who will be paid at least through the third of may Dolan and the garden of contributed two point three million dollars to a fund for hardship cases workers above average twenty hours a week for the last six months will qualify the giants bring back tight end Eric Tomlinson he spent a few games of the team last season he also played for the patriots in the raiders he played three seasons before that with the jets phylloxera depth at the position for office of coordinator Jason Garrett for now at least the Kentucky derby is scheduled to run in September if we do see a run for the roses remember the name change the law well wrapped up a spot at Churchill Downs with a victory in the Florida derby which was run before no fans on Saturday night with a baseball season on hold for the moment despite the fact that Major League Baseball in the union have come to an agreement for starting the season on circumstances allow it to go forward one aspect of the deal does not sit well with agent Scott Boras who says shortening the drafter perhaps twenty rounds and limiting the financial tool for amateur players sends the wrong message from soccer players for the Italian team who vent to send their coach Maurizio Sarri have reached agreement over a weight reduction which will save the team close to a hundred million they're taking what amounts to a four month pay cut to help the team during the pandemic tennis star Naomi Osaka spoken out in support of the Olympic games being postponed to twenty twenty one admitting it was a blow to our native Japan a social media post she said that sport will unite us again but that time is not now with the Bloomberg sports update I'm Frank Garrity I'm very results you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio my special guest today's been calling he covers the NBA for the Wall Street journal he is also the author of a new book the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks so I mentioned to you I read this book on vacation I plow through it in a day and a half I really enjoyed it it fits in well in the sequence of sort of related to Moneyball and related to some other things that are about sports the first chapter of the N. doing project about Daryl Morey so I got to ask you some questions about the book because there's some really really interesting things in here please and also you call that one keep be treating which I think is the best description of the book I've heard so far it really tickles me to hear I I mean that's what it was to me I was sitting on the beach I'm like this is good one key fund I wanted it to be I wanted to be something that like anybody could read write like right right exactly and and you could read it on the beach which which I love reading books on the beach so so first question is the first of all I like the art that you tell this is told as a story throughout time where there's this belief and then an academic research challenges the belief and then subsequent research challenges the challenge why in the beginning didn't seem like they were the academics on one side and everybody else on the other because the academics were the only people who are saying that everybody else was wrong right and you know that was the beauty of their paper was that it challenge something that is so universal there's this fundamental belief in the hot and that's in the original paper they polled basketball fans and NBA players and like something like ninety percent of them said of course that there is such a thing as the hot hand right like if you had asked me the one time in my life that I was not completely terrible at basketball and I was in high school and I scored more points in one quarter of one game that I had in my entire career combined there's something magical about that day that I still remember now and it would never even crossed my mind that this thing didn't exist because I I thought that I knew what I felt and not into reading you know hundreds of papers over the course of like for decades and I realize that like everything I thought I knew might be wrong so so let's talk about some real specific examples from the book Shakespeare capitalized on the plate you have to explain that this is oddly timely now right well yes which is kind of terrifying and Shakespeare was never a metronomic writer so scholars for very long time we're not exactly statisticians believe it or not and when when they would look at like twenty four Shakespeare plays it if he wrote them over the course of twelve years they said okay Shakespeare wrote two plays here in fact that's not remotely true Shakespeare ran hot and cold he wrote in streaks and one of the great hot streaks of his career was when he wrote King Lear Macbeth and Antony Cleopatra it is very concentrated amount of time some scholars believe as short as two months which is crazy right and the reason he was able to write those plays and the reason those plays were such a success with that it happened to be a plague here and the plague actually worked to his advantage in very odd ways but the play was this force that shapes express life from the very beginning like you probably should have died when he was a kid of the play it was it was just always around in London and to me that it spoke so neatly have the hot hand because the hot hand is not this random occurrence it's this collision of talent and circumstance and a little bit of luck and sometimes circumstance appears when you least expect it sometimes it's the plague so let's talk about that love creativity and circumstance collision some people have put forth the theory that even human careers you will have creativity in bunches and most people or many people's most productive work over the course of their lifetime time comes in a very narrow sort of era it's explained that and not only their most productive work their most memorable work there's a statistical physicist at northwestern Dame dash in way we try to look at this idea like is creativity cluster do our hits come in bunches and that's really hard to do and a lot of industries because there's just not great data right and so what he tried to do was try to put some objective numbers too subjective issues of taste right so for movie directors that IMDb ratings for scientists that's Google scholar citations for artistic auction prices now these are not perfect metrics but they're like about as good as we could do given what we have and what he found was that if you tell him what your best work is what your highest rated movie or what your paper that was cited the most by other academics was he can find the second and third best work and it's because those works come together like they build on top of each other and we have the hot hand periods in our careers and in those periods we tend to produce the work that indoors and that other people remember so let's talk about movies use the example of rob Reiner who is written or directed some of my favorite films he had a streak that was really quite astonishing didn't make the first few movies he made were spinal tap and the sure thing and stand by me and those were all successes in their own way whether it was critically or commercially and it's sort of earned him the runway to make a fourth movie all three of those movies were movies that nobody wanted him to make and they were huge hits regardless if they were these delightful contradictions coming up we continue our conversation with Ben Cohen author of the hot hands the mystery and science of.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:53 min | 8 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In all fifty states U. S. territories in DC I'm Evan and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room as we've been reporting could a big part of the tri state area face a quarantine speaking today president Donald Trump said he is thinking about it but I am now considering a quarantine because it's such a hot area of New York New Jersey and Connecticut trump told reporters he'd spoken with governor Andrew Cuomo this morning before leaving the White House to send off a hospital ship bound for New York City from Norfolk Virginia Cuomo said he had spoken with president trump today but that they did not discuss a quarantine Cuomo said New York's deaths from corona virus store today over seven hundred twenty five up from five nineteen still by far the most in the U. S. York St is rescheduling its presidential primary because of the covert nineteen pandemic the New York primary was to take place on April twenty eighth but governor Cuomo announced today that the primary will be combined with another election already set for June twenty third I don't think it's wise to be bringing a lot of people to one location to vote New Jersey governor Phil Murphy today announced a ninety day mortgage payment grace period for borrowers economically impacted by the corona virus outbreak a new test for corona virus that can give results very quickly may soon be on the way more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini abit let it says the test can tell if someone is infected in five minutes and ruling out an infection can take thirteen the medical device maker plans to supply about fifty thousand of these tests a day starting April first the test look for fragments of the corona virus genome there based on Abbott's now platform that platform is already commonly used in the U. S. to detect influenza strep and a respiratory virus known as RSV global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg I'm very results you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio my special guest today's been calling he covers the NBA for the Wall Street journal he is also the author of a new book the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks so I mentioned to you I read this book on vacation I plow through it in a day and a half I really enjoyed it it fits in well in the sequence of sort of related to Moneyball and related to some other things that are about sports the the first chapter of the N. doing project about Daryl Morey so I got to ask you some questions about the book because there's some really really interesting things in here please and also you call that one keep be treating which I think is the best description of the book I've heard so far it really tickles me to hear I I mean that's what it was to me I was sitting on the beach I'm like this is good one key fund I wanted it to be I wanted to be something that like anybody could read write like this in right exactly and and you could read it on the beach which which I love reading books on the beach so so first question is the first of all I like the art that you tell this is told as a story throughout time where there's this belief and then an academic research challenges the belief and then subsequent research challenges the challenge why in the beginning didn't seem like they were the academic someone side and everybody else on the other because the academics were the only people who are saying that everybody else was wrong right and and you know that was the beauty of their paper was that it challenge something that is so universal there's this fundamental belief in the hot and that in the original paper they polled basketball fans and NBA players and like something like ninety percent of them said of course that there is such a thing as the hot hand right like if you had asked me the one time in my life that I was not completely terrible at basketball was in high school and I scored more points in one quarter of one game that I had in my entire career combined there's something magical about that day that I still remember now and it would never even crossed my mind that this thing didn't exist because I I thought that I knew what I felt and not into reading you know hundreds of papers over the course of like for decades and I realize that like everything I thought I knew might be wrong so so let's talk about some real specific examples from the book Shakespeare capitalized on the plate you have to explain that well this is oddly timely now right well yes which is kind of terrifying and Shakespeare was never a metronomic writer so scholars for very long time we're not exactly statisticians believe it or not and when when they would look at like twenty four Shakespeare plays it if he wrote them over the course of twelve years they said okay Shakespeare wrote two plays here in fact that's not remotely true Shakespeare ran hot and cold he wrote in streaks and one of the great hot streaks of his career was when he wrote King Lear Macbeth and Antony Cleopatra it is very concentrated amount of time some scholars believe as short as two months which is crazy right and and the reason he was able to write those plays and the reason those plays were such a success with that it happened to be a plague here and the plague actually worked to his advantage in very odd ways but the play was this force that shapes express life from the very beginning like he probably should have died when he was a kid of the play it was it was just always around in London and to me that it spoke so neatly at the hot hand because the hot hand is not this random occurrence it's this collision of talent and circumstance and a little bit of luck and sometimes circumstance appears when you least expect it sometimes it's the plague so let's talk about that lots of creativity and circumstance collision some people have put forth the theory that even human careers you will have creativity in bunches and most people or many people's most productive work over the course of their lifetime come is in a very narrow sort of era ex explain that and not only their most productive work their most memorable work there's a statistical physicist at northwestern Dame dash in way we try to look at this idea like is creativity cluster do our kids come in bunches and that's really hard to do and a lot of industries because there's just not great data right and so what he tried to do was try to put some objective numbers too subjective issues of taste right so for movie directors at IMDb ratings for scientists that's Google scholar citations for artists at auction prices now these are not perfect metrics but they're like about as good as we could do given what we have and what he found was that if you tell him what your best work is what your highest rated movie or what your paper that was cited the most by other academics was he can find the second and third best work and it's because those works come together like they build on top of each other and we have the hot hand periods in our careers and in those periods we tend to produce the work that indoors and that other people remember so let's talk about movies use the example of rob Reiner who is written or directed some of my favorite films he had a streak that was really quite astonishing didn't make the first few movies he made were spinal tap and the sure thing and stand by me and those were all successes in their own way whether it was critically or commercially and it's sort of earned him the runway to make a fourth movie all three of those movies were movies that nobody wanted him to make and they were huge hits regardless if they were these delightful contradictions coming up we continue our conversation with Ben Cohen author of the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks discussing how.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:54 min | 8 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Time on Christopher Cruz and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room New York has become the epicenter of the U. S. corona virus outbreak with more than forty four thousand infections New York City accounted for nearly fifty percent of all U. S. cases as of yesterday according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University the Daily Mail reports workers have rushed to to dredge New York City harbor by tomorrow SO navy hospital ship comfort can dock and provide beds for more than one thousand patients well there's been a whole lot of focus on what the virus is doing to the economy mayor bill de Blasio says saving lives is job one the human toll is what matters and for everyone who says it's about the economy and getting the economy back up that's just wrong it's about saving lives first that's what we believe here in the city as we've been reporting president Donald Trump invoke to the defense production act yesterday to require General Motors to produce more ventilators Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reports the White House saying in a statement yesterday afternoon the order was put in place to stop GM from delaying negotiations any further but Bloomberg has learned that General Motors fintech live systems and the federal government say they were not told about trump invoking the defense production act trump blasted GM and tweets yesterday saying the company is demanding too high a price for its ventilators and moving too slowly GM announced earlier Friday it was still moving forward with efforts to make ventilators at its plant in Kokomo Indiana did he spoke with the Bloomberg radio in other news Bloomberg has learned Morgan Stanley won U. S. antitrust approval for its thirteen billion dollar acquisition of discount brokerage E. trade financial the person said the justice department's antitrust division has signed off on the takeover without requiring any changes a Morgan Stanley spokesman declined to comment global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg I'm Barry ritholtz you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio my special guest today's been calling he covers the NBA for the Wall Street journal he is also the author of a new book the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks so I mentioned to you I read this book on vacation I plow through it in a day and a half I really enjoyed it it fits in well in the sequence of sort of related to Moneyball and related to some other things that are about sports the first chapter of the N. doing project about Daryl Morey so I got to ask you some questions about the book because there's some really really interesting things in here please and also you call that one keep be treating which I think is the best description of the book I've heard so far it really tickles me to hear that I I mean that's what it was to me I was sitting on the beach I'm like this is good one P. phone and I wanted it to be I wanted to be something that like anybody could read write like right right exactly and and you could read it on the beach which which I love reading books on the beach so so first question is the first of all I like the art that you tell this is told as a story throughout time where there's this belief and then an academic research challenges the belief and then subsequent research challenges the challenge why in the beginning didn't seem like they were the academic someone side and everybody else on the other because the academics were the only people who are saying that everybody else was wrong right and and you know that was the beauty of their paper was that it challenge something that is so universal there's this fundamental belief in the hot and that's in the original paper they polled basketball fans and NBA players and like something like ninety percent of them said of course that there is such a thing as the hot hand right like if you had asked me the one time in my life that I was not completely terrible at basketball was in high school and I scored more points in one quarter of one game that I had in my entire career combined there's something magical about that day that I still remember now and it would never even crossed my mind that this thing didn't exist because I I thought that I knew what I felt and not into reading you know hundreds of papers over the course of like four decades that I realized that like everything I thought I knew might be wrong so so let's talk about some real specific examples from the book Shakespeare capitalized on the plate you have to explain that well this is oddly timely now right well yes which is kind of terrifying and Shakespeare was never a metronomic writer so scholars for very long time we're not exactly statisticians believe it or not and when when they would look at like twenty four Shakespeare plays it if he wrote them over the course of twelve years they said okay Shakespeare wrote to place you in fact that's not remotely true Shakespeare ran hot and cold he wrote in streaks and one of the great hot streaks of his career was when he wrote King Lear Macbeth and Antony Cleopatra it is very concentrated amount of time some scholars believe as short as two months which is crazy right and and the reason he was able to write those plays and the reason those plays were such a success with that it happened to be a plague here and the plague actually worked to his advantage in very odd ways but the play was this force that shapes express life from the very beginning like he probably should have died when he was a kid of the plague it was it was just always around in London and to me that it spoke so neatly at the hot hand because the hot hand is not this random occurrence it's this collision of talent and circumstance and a little bit of luck and sometimes circumstance appears when you least expect it sometimes it's the plague so let's talk about that love creativity and circumstance collision some people have put forth the theory that even human careers you will have creativity in bunches and most people or many people's most productive work over the course of their lifetime I was in a very narrow sort of era it's explained that and not only their most productive work their most memorable work there's a statistical physicist at northwestern name Cassian way who try to look at this idea like is creativity cluster do our kids come in bunches and that's really hard to do and a lot of industries because there's just not great data right and so what he tried to do was try to put some objective numbers too subjective issues of taste right so for movie directors that IMDb ratings for scientists that's Google scholar citations for artists at auction prices now these are not perfect metrics but they're like about as good as we could do given what we have and what he found was that if you tell him what your best work is what your highest rated movie or what your paper that was cited the most by other academics was he can find the second and third best work and it's because those works come together like they build on top of each other and we have the hot hand periods in our careers and in those periods we tend to produce the work that indoors and that other people remember so let's talk about movies use the example of rob Reiner who is written or directed some of my favorite films he had a streak that was really quite astonishing didn't make the first few movies he made were spinal tap and the sure thing and stand by me and those were all successes in their own way whether it was critically or commercially and it's sort of earned him the runway to make a fourth movie all three of those movies were movies that nobody wanted him to make and they were huge hits regardless if they were these delightful contradictions coming up we continue our conversation with Ben Cohen author of the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:54 min | 8 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The governor I'm Martin this Bloomberg sports update Major League Baseball owners approved a plan to address salary in service time issues under the indefinite-delivery or the regular season the owners completed an agreement reached between MLB and the players union Thursday night which came after nearly two weeks of mourning tonight to go she Asians that involve players owners agents executives union officials and commissioners office staff Mets right hander Noah Syndergaard underwent successful Tommy John surgery the Mets announcing on Tuesday that Syndergaard would need the surgery he is expected to return sometime during the twenty twenty one season Syndergaard who is twenty seven years old one of the hardest throwing starting pitchers in baseball history it has among the best arsenals of pitchers in the game he was expected to anchor the Mets rotation alongside ace Jacob deGrom NBA news old Utah Jazz players and staff have been cleared by the Utah department of health after completing their respective periods of isolation and quarantine after exposure to the corona virus according to a team official more than two weeks ago jazz center Rudy Gobert was one of three NBA players to test positive for covert nineteen prompting the NBA to suspend play one day later go bears teammate Donovan Mitchell also tested positive the jazz will continue to practice social distancing and limit time outside of their homes to essential activities in the midst of a shut down for the corona virus pandemic the NBA is reducing base salaries by twenty percent for about one hundred of the league offices top earning executives around the world many of the executives and officials who are impacted work in the league's New York headquarters including commissioner Adam silver and deputy commissioner mark Tatum the Colorado Avalanche saying they were informed on Thursday that one of their players has tested positive for corona virus that we has recovered it is the third known case in the NHL after two players for the Ottawa senators had tested positive the NHL season has been on pause since March twelfth and players were told to self isolate with the bluebirds it's a date I'm Tom Rogers I'm very results you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio my special guest today's been calling he covers the NBA for the Wall Street journal he is also the author of a new book the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks so I mentioned to you I read this book on vacation I plow through it in a day and a half I really enjoyed it it fits in well in the sequence of sort of related to Moneyball and related to some other things that are about sports the first chapter of the N. doing project about Daryl Morey so I got to ask you some questions about the book because there's some really really interesting things in here please and also you call that one keep be treating which I think is the best description of the book I've heard so far it really tickles me to hear I I mean that's what it was to me I was sitting on the beach I'm like this is good one key phone and I wanted it to be I wanted to be something that like anybody could read write like right right exactly and and you could read it on the beach which which I love reading books on the beach so so first question is the first of all I like the art that you tell this is told as a story throughout time where there's this belief and then an academic research challenges the belief and then subsequent research challenges the challenge why in the beginning didn't seem like they were the academic someone saw it and everybody else on the other because the academics were the only people who are saying that everybody else was wrong right and and you know that was the beauty of their paper was that it challenge something that is so universal there's this fundamental belief in the hot and that's in the original paper they polled basketball fans and NBA players and like something like ninety percent of them said of course that there is such a thing as the hot hand right like if you had asked me the one time in my life that I was not completely terrible at basketball and I was in high school and I scored more points in one quarter of one game that I had in my entire career combined there are some nothing magical about that day that I still remember now and it would never even crossed my mind that this thing didn't exist because I I thought that I knew what I felt and not into reading you know hundreds of papers over the course of like four decades that I realized that like everything I thought I knew might be wrong so so let's talk about some real specific examples from the book Shakespeare capitalized on the plate you have to explain that this is oddly timely now right well yes which is kind of terrifying and Shakespeare was never a metronomic writer so scholars for very long time we're not exactly statisticians believe it or not and when when they would look at like twenty four Shakespeare plays it if he wrote them over the course of twelve years they said okay Shakespeare wrote two plays here in fact that's not remotely true Shakespeare ran hot and cold he wrote in streaks and one of the great hot streaks of his career was when he wrote King Lear Macbeth and Antony Cleopatra it is very concentrated amount of time some scholars believe a shortage to months which is crazy right and and the reason he was able to write those plays and the reason those plays were such a success with that it happened to be a plague here and the plague actually worked to his advantage in very odd ways but the play was this force that shapes express life from the very beginning like you probably should have died when he was a kid of the plague it was it was just always around in London and to me that it spoke so neatly of the hot hand because the hot hand is not this random occurrence it's this collision of talent and circumstance and a little bit of luck and sometimes circumstance appears when you least expect it sometimes it's the plague so let's talk about that love creativity and circumstance collision some people have put forth the theory that even human careers you will have creativity in bunches and most people or many people's most productive work over the course of their lifetime comes in a very narrow sort of era it's explained that and not only their most productive work their most memorable work there's a statistical physicist at northwestern name Cassian way who tried to look at this idea like is creativity cluster do our kids come in bunches and that's really hard to do and a lot of industries because there's just not great data right and so what he tried to do was try to put some objective numbers too subjective issues of taste right so for movie directors that IMDb ratings for scientists that's Google scholar citations for artists at auction prices now these are not perfect metrics but they're like about as good as we could do given what we have and what he found was that if you tell him what your best work is what your highest rated movie or what your paper that was cited the most by other academics was he can find the second and third best work and it's because those works come together like they build on top of each other and we have the hot hand periods in our careers and in those periods we tend to produce the work that indoors and that other people remember so let's talk about movies use the example of rob Reiner who has written or directed some of my favorite films he had a streak that was really quite astonishing didn't make the first few movies he made were spinal tap and the sure thing and stand by me and those were all successes in their own way whether it was critically or commercially and it's sort of earned him the runway to make a fourth movie that all three of those movies were movies that nobody wanted him to make and they were huge hits regardless if they were these delightful contradictions coming up we continue our conversation with Ben Cohen author of the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks discussing.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:50 min | 8 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Charlie public apple Berg world headquarters stocks weathered a late session plunge to post their best week in over ten years lifted by an unprecedented stimulus package meant to blunt the economic impact of the corona virus pandemic Lisa Levin is chief strategist at BNY Mellon I think that the fed action at the congressional action will put a bit of a war target area here on the market I think that works when you give me a list like this your cyclical areas had outperformed the market the safer areas and what's Wall Street keeping an eye on Brian Levitt is senior investment strategist at invesco advisers obviously we're all looking at the number of cases so we need to see the number of cases start to slow and we were not there yet of course I'm watching financial conditions it's important that we see stabilization and inflation expectations it's important if the dollar weakens it's important that commodity prices stabilize it's important that high yield and investment grade corporate bond spreads steadies the university of Michigan's national consumer sentiment index posted the biggest drop in more than a decade as the coronavirus forced the shutdown of U. S. employers and disrupted daily life and with that story here's Bloomberg's Benito ju dice ratings for current conditions also dropped the most since two thousand eight and a measure of the economic outlook hit a more than three year low consumer sentiment data provided another sobering view the virus following last week's historic surge in jobless claims separately the government reports consumer spending edged higher in February a trained economists say is destined to reverse any doubt you nice work radio the S. and P. five hundred index fell eighty eight points down three point four percent the Dow dropped nine hundred fifteen down four point one percent nasdaq down two hundred ninety five down three point eight percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries sign Charlie pilot this is Bloomberg I'm Barry ritholtz you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio my special guest today's been calling he covers the NBA for the Wall Street journal he is also the author of a new book the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks so I mentioned to you I read this book on vacation I plow through it in a day and a half I really enjoyed it it fits in well in the sequence of sort of related to Moneyball and related to some other things that are about sports the first chapter of the N. doing project about Daryl Morey so I got to ask you some questions about the book because there's some really really interesting things in here please and also you call that one keep be treating which I think is the best description of the book I've heard so far it really tickles me to hear I I mean that's what it was to me I was sitting on the beach I'm like this is good one key fund I wanted it to be I wanted to be something that like anybody could read write like right right exactly and and you could read it on the beach which which I love reading books on the beach so so first question is the first of all I like the arc that you tell this is told as a story throughout time where there's this belief and then an academic research challenges the belief and then subsequent research challenges the challenge why in the beginning didn't seem like they were the academic someone saw it and everybody else on the other because the academics were the only people who are saying that everybody else was wrong right and you know that was the beauty of their paper was that it challenge something that is so universal there's this fundamental belief in the hot and that's in the original paper they polled basketball fans and NBA players and like something like ninety percent of them said of course that there is such a thing as the hot hand right like if you had asked me the one time in my life that I was not completely terrible at basketball was in high school and I scored more points in one quarter of one game that I had in my entire career combined there's something thing magical about that day that I still remember now and it would never even crossed my mind that this thing didn't exist because I I thought that I knew what I felt and not into reading you know hundreds of papers over the course of like for decades and I realize that like everything I thought I knew might be wrong so so let's talk about some real specific examples from the book Shakespeare capitalized on the plate you have to explain that this is oddly timely now right well yes which is kind of terrifying and Shakespeare was never a metronomic writer so scholars for very long time we're not exactly statisticians believe it or not and when when they would look at like twenty four Shakespeare plays it if he wrote them over the course of twelve years they said okay Shakespeare wrote to place you in fact that's not remotely true Shakespeare ran hot and cold he wrote in streaks and one of the great hot streaks of his career was when he wrote King Lear Macbeth and Antony Cleopatra it is very concentrated amount of time some scholars believe as short as two months which is crazy right and and the reason he was able to write those plays and the reason those plays were such a success with that it happened to be a plague here and the plague actually worked to his advantage in very odd ways but the play was this force that shapes Shakespeare's life from the very beginning like he probably should have died when he was a kid of the plague it was it was just always around in London and to me that it spoke so neatly have the hot hand because the hot hand is not this random occurrence it's this collision of talent and circumstance and a little bit of luck and sometimes circumstance appears when you least expect it sometimes it's the plague so let's talk about that loft creativity and circumstance collision some people have put forth the theory that even human careers you will have creativity in bunches and most people or many people's most productive work over the course of their lifetime comes in a very narrow sort of era it's explained that and not only their most productive work their most memorable work there's a statistical physicist at northwestern Dame dash in way we try to look at this idea like is creativity cluster do our hits come in bunches and that's really hard to do and a lot of industries because they're just not great data right and so what he tried to do was try to put some objective numbers too subjective issues of taste right so for movie directors that IMDb ratings for scientists that's Google scholar citations for artistic auction prices now these are not perfect metrics but they're like about as good as we could do given what we have and what he found was that if you tell him what your best work is what your highest rated movie or what your paper that was cited the most by other academics was he can find the second and third best work and it's because those works come together like they build on top of each other and we have the hot hand periods in our careers and in those periods we tend to produce the work that indoors and that other people remember so let's talk about movies use the example of rob Reiner who is written or directed some of my favorite films he had a streak that was really quite astonishing didn't make the first few movies he made were spinal tap and the sure thing and stand by me and those were all successes in their own way whether it was critically or commercially and it's sort of earned him the runway to make a fourth movie all three of those movies were movies that nobody wanted him to make and they were huge hits regardless if they were these delightful contradictions coming up we continue our conversation with Ben Cohen author of the hot hands the mystery and science of streaks discussing.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

08:45 min | 10 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"In forty seven. Bc accompanied by both. Infants is sorry on and told me the fourteenth followed Caesar back to Rome for the first time. This was a scandalous decision. On their part as Caesar was already married to cal purnea yet still housed his foreign mistress in his country home. Caesar went so far. As to erect a statue of Cleopatra. As Isis in the temple of Venus in the middle of the Forum Julian Tantamount to declaring her a Roman icon. She would continue to come visit him over. The next three years solidifying her status in Roman Society and angering the senators like CICERO and Cassius. Who Oppose Caesar's growing control and influence. This was already a momentous time with the defeat of pompey Caesar send it to another level eventually becoming console without any sort of CO consul breaking Roman tradition and establishing himself as essentially dictator for life. Still held some power over him for instance after she introduced him to her astrologer. Caesar updated the Roman calendar as a hybrid with Egypt's creating what is essentially our modern Western calendar yet. Not every sweet. Nothing CLEOPATRA WHISPERED IN HIS EAR. Worked its magic. Her primary concern was directed towards Serena's future Cleopatra. My Love I received word but was locked in ceaseless debate with tiresome CICERO. Kato's demise has only urged these fools onward in their campaign against me. I received word of my own regarding your nephew Octavian. Do you choose to oppose my decision. Making I come from a land where blood flows from the gods to the rulers. I only assumed the same would be true under the leadership of a man. Such as yourself Octavian. Is My nephew cesare on your a ridiculous name for a boy. He's already enough of controversy as is. Would you like me to name you queen of Rome as well? I've never asked for such a thing you know. I haven't the wolf your with would eat you alive and I need to breathe it. Sometimes I get the feeling I am little but a stepping stone to you. Do not pretend I'm anything but an afterthought to you I do not mind Julius. I know I can never truly live in Rome. But WHY WOULD I? Alexandria is Migrate Kingdom. I only seek to unify and empowered. Both you seek a world order that the world is not ready to sustain. Do not plan to wait on the world to catch up. My job is to lead is not our purpose or if you lost that too in the fog of your own power woman woman. Do not leave me here. That's why I'm leaving this empire. Julius and taking our son back to the one. He is suited to Cleopatra broke. Caesar's hard heart but before her carriage had left Rome. Her ex lover was assassinated by his own. Senators perhaps feeling inspired when she returned to Alexandria. Cleopatra proceeded to poison the final brother Ptolemy little fourteenth died before he even reached puberty in all honesty knowing the reach of her ambition. Such a quiet fate was probably a mercy to the boy doing what Caesar would not Cleopatra Name Sorry on her co region the horace to her isis she prepared to raise him as the ultimate successor to both the Western and eastern worlds. It was a perfect arrangement for Cleopatra's ruling style. Her Coal region was still swaddled in babies cloth and was completely under her control so she began to make some big political moves. And the I was siding with this. Assyrian side in the renewed Roman civil war while brutus and Cassius raged against the status quo the new Roman triumvirate controlled mainly by Caesar's best friend General Mark Antony and his heir apparent octavian fought to hold onto the old Rome and forty one BC. Cleopatra is called before Mark Antony in Tarsus a city in Modern Day Turkey Console Antony Cleopatra of Egypt comes before you today. Gods are excused. Lethal with me yes please guards I see you come with your charm intact not to mention a grand parade at your back did I. I do not even notice such things anymore. I was very prepared to dislike you. After everything. I am always prepared to be disliked triumph please. Julius was friend to us both let us dismiss the formality. Hyacinths the invitation was more of an order than anything else excuse. Any formal preparation may have taken in the public eye. I wanted this to be recorded as an accusation. But there's is little doubt in my mind that you're on the side of the Syrians. You need not look further than the name of my only son Lovely Cleopatra. My true purpose and asking here is to request your help. I intend to make war against pathogens. I must display skill above the sorts of my fellow travelers. I fear it would be the only way to hold Rome together. I am and always have been a woman of Unification. Power must be held by the most responsible among us yet. There are rumors that you do not well with others. You're dead brethren husbands. Speak to this. I did say I believe. Only the most responsible should hold power by any means. Forgive this digression. Julius always spoke of your beauty but I saw you at his villa. I thought perhaps it was saturation on his part but yet say I already know what myself. You are radiance incarnate. Nothing so complex Mark Antony. I am a goddess and Queen. I simply know it to be true and so it is so it is so began the partnership of Antony and Cleopatra Both in love and War we'll return to our story in just a moment and now let's continue the story. In December Forty Cleopatra gave birth to twins from Antony Alexander Helius the second in Cleopatra. Selene the second while the two parted company for four years the next time Antony came to Alexandria on route for his war against the par theuns. He called it his home and Cleopatra his wife without even annulling his marriage to Octavian Sister Octavia minor. Cleopatra had finally been able to wrangle a Roman man into her empire soon after came their third child Ptolemy Philadelphia's and with a few words Cleopatra destroyed the last of her ptolemaic rivals off her command antony executed arsenault for her treasonous involvement with the siege of Alexandria. There were no more siblings to challenge her rule that is humorous only far from the Republic of Rome. Do I actually feel free wrong? Calls itself Free Alexandria always has been since the Almighty Pharaoh. My people know what I have sacrificed for them. Of course they do my beautiful Isis and you will have to sacrifice no more together. We've created the family of a new civilisation. Tell me these plans. Let me hear them from Your Lips for Alexander. The lands of Armenia Media and Parthenon for Selene Sirnak perhaps Libya for little Philadelphia's was Syria Phoenicia and silly of course all of these lands will be hours they already are but they have yet to realize if Caesar was our times Alexander you and I shall be taught me and what of Rome. What if that fall smelling place? You are a Roman man after all will you leave it to Octavian? We already have our disagreements. It's a matter of time until he turns on us. Then we will crush him too and I will give that city back to my son true. Caesar this I will do for you in the Isis and you will be above all the Queen of Kings never met a man who could match my words before you're still believe have a few languages on me. Don't you good thing? We have all the time in the world legitimized in a way by Antony's presence Cleopatra and Cesario on rose to their highest level of recognition yet Cleopatra as Isis. And sorry on as Horace Living Gods to the citizens of Egypt. Cleopatra was determined to diverge from the line of tolmie insignificant ways creating her own kind of dynasty.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

10:36 min | 11 months ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Podcast listeners. We have a special treat for you our entire back catalogue of historical figures episodes are are available for you to listen to right now. That's forty-seven classic episodes of historical figures. Ready for you to unwrap this holiday season from the Ardo Da Vinci and Marie Curie Marco Polo and John Adams you can access all forty-seven exceptional stories whenever you want. And here's the best part you. You don't even have to do anything these episodes are already in your feet. And don't forget you can hear new episodes of historical figures every other Wednesday checkout checkout more podcast shows on spotify by searching for par cast in the spotify search bar or by going to spotify dot com slash. PODCAST now back to the life of Cleopatra as Cleopatra Cooled off in exile Toll Oh Lemay the thirteenth tried his hand global politics. He had his chance when Rome descended onto. Its first wave of civil war with would be dictator. Julius Caesar Aligned Aligned against the lauded Roman General pompey Caesar pushed pompey out of Rome and the generals retreat landed him in Egypt. Cleopatra had predicted correctly likely thirteen-year-old told me wanted to play with the big boys so when pompey got off his ship Ptolemy the thirteenth arrested him and then in front of pompey's vs wife and children the Pharaoh ordered the beheading of the infamous Roman Ptolemy thought. Such a bold move would win favor with Julius. Caesar it did the opposite also while pompey had become his enemy. Cesar was a Patriot in his heart and found the foreign execution. Distasteful and heartbreaking in response. Caesar himself stormed armed into Alexandria. Easily assuming command in the wake of Cleopatra and PTOLEMIES power struggle with a new man in charge one freed from petty concerns about Tradition Cleopatra devised a way to make her way back into power as Caesar took up residence in the Royal Hall of the Pharaohs Cleopatra Found aid from her old loyal servants servants rolled herself up into an ornate rug and was hand delivered into Caesar's chamber and place it there. I'll set it up myself. What Cory I figured you might be pleased leased to receive a gift such as me roll the content is surely welcome but the motivation must be questioned? Helped me stand. At least I trust. You have no hidden blade. Look Look at me Mighty Caesar where would I hide such thing. My Name Cleopatra. The seventh the laboratory rightful ruler of Egypt the exiled queen. I come and go as I please somehow. I doubt this shouldn't I as a Roman you of all all men should understand the struggle for viable leadership. I assume you've met my brother. The killer of pompey boy without a head took a true Romans for his own. Unforgivable forgivable bet is still under consideration consider no more Julius. Caesar I bring you your answer in the form of woman. Your words carry little logic. Hasn't as of yet but still. I feel purpose radiate from you as opposed to the cold sweaty desperation of your kin. You need only look upon my little brother to see weakness. Tell me do I carry any of his look in me no I see fire it solidifies. My core I've been told by many men I was born to be made into monuments assured self fluttering has never rung so true to my ears. I know the secret of Beauty Caesar Without Him Bishen without passion that wisdom there is no such thing as beauty. Life is not lived for statues or stone stone can barely really captured true essence. The greatest among us have so many monuments made because artists cannot help but attempt to capture if liquoring second of our lifelong fire and do you see such essence in any but yourself that is my final wonder I was carried here in a bundle of dust. And would you believe someone like me would be subjected to such treatment. If I did not believe that together my Caesar we could make such fine monument. It was nothing but charm. Cleopatra seduced the greatest man in Roman history to her side in forty eighty seven BC. Exactly nine months after first meeting. Cleopatra gave birth to Caesar's son Ptolemy Caesar the merging of two great families. His nickname was cessarion. Which meant little Caesar? She was twenty. One and Caesar was fifty two but with the birth of Caesarian. Cleopatra Sealed her alliance. Julius backed her claim against told me the thirteenth. This was the final violent reckoning of the PTOLEMAIC LINE PTOLEMY The thirteenth the raised an army against his sister and the Roman Cleopatra's last surviving sister arsenault fed up with her sisters plotting and perhaps fearful for her own life down. The rhode chose to stand with Ptolemy and the tradition that entailed with Arsenal's leadership a great aid to Tolmie. Caesar's forces became trapped in the city during an event that became known to history as the siege of Alexandria. It took Caesar some time to rally reinforcements. He captured Ptolemy. But the other side traded did the Pharaoh for Arsenault. Cleopatra promptly threw her traitorous sister into confinement while Ptolemy went against his word and continued the conflict when Caesar. You're finally broke the siege. He faced off against Ptolemy the thirteenth on the Nile. The site of Pompey's murder in defeated him once and for all as is is ships burned in the river. Cleopatra watched her brother drown. Caesar declared Cleopatra and her youngest and final brother told me the fourteenth eighteenth core regions yet this time we patras dominance was guaranteed in forty seven BC accompanied by both. The infant's is sorry on and Ptolemy the fourteenth followed Caesar back to Rome for the first time. This was a scandalous decision. On their part as Caesar was already married to California Yeti still housed his foreign mistress in his country home. Caesar went so far. As to erect a statue of Cleopatra. As Isis in the temple of Venus in the middle of the Forum Julian Tantamount to declaring her a Roman icon. She would continue to come visit him over the next three years solidifying her status in in Roman Society and angering the senators like Cicero and Cassius. Who Oppose Caesar's growing control and influence? This was already a momentous time with the defeat of pompey Caesar send it to another level eventually becoming consul without any sort of CO console breaking Roman tradition and establishing himself as essentially dictator for life. Cleopatra still held some power over him for instance after she introduced him to her astrologer. Caesar updated the Roman calendar is a hybrid with Egypt's creating what is essentially our modern Western calendar yet. Not every sweet. Nothing Cleopatra whispered in his ear worked its magic. Her primary concern was directed towards Caesarians Future Cleopatra. My Love I received word but it was locked in ceaseless debate with the tiresome. CICERO CATO's demise has only urge these fools onward in their campaign against me. I received word of my own regarding your nephew. Octavian do you choose is to oppose my decision. Making I come from a land where blood flows from the gods to the rulers. I only assumed the same would be true under the leadership of a man such as yourself octavian Venus my nephew cesare on your son a ridiculous name for a boy. He's already enough of a controversy as is. Would you like me to name you Queen Green of Rome as well. I've never asked for such a thing you know I haven't wolf you're with would eat you alive and I need to breathe it sometimes. I you get the feeling I am little but a stepping stone to you. Do not pretend I am anything but an after thought to you. I do not mind it Julius. I know I can never truly live in Rome but why would i Alexandria is Migrate Kingdom. I only seek to unify empowered. Both you seek a world order that the world is not ready to sustain. Do not not plan to wait on the world to catch up. My job is to lead is not our purpose or if you lost that too in the fog of your own power woman woman. Do not leave me here. That's why I'm leaving this empire. Julius and taking our son back to the one. He is suited to Cleopatra broke. Caesar's hard heart but before her carriage had left Rome her ex lover was assassinated by his own. Senators perhaps feeling inspired when she returned to Alexandria. Cleopatra proceeded to poison the final brother Ptolemy little fourteenth eighteenth died before he even reached puberty in all honesty knowing the reach of her ambition. Such a quiet fate was probably a mercy to the boy doing what Caesar would not ought Cleopatra Name so sorry on her co region the horace to her isis she prepared to raise him as the ultimate successor to both the Western and eastern eastern worlds. It was a perfect arrangement for Cleopatra's ruling style. Her Co regent was still swaddled in babies cloth and was completely under her control so she began again to make some big political moves. And the I was siding with this Assyrian side in the renewed Roman civil war while brutus and Cassius raged against the status this quo the new Roman triumvirate controlled mainly by Caesar's best friend in general Mark Antony and his heir apparent Octavian thought to hold onto the old Rome in forty one BC. Cleopatra is called before Mark Antony in Tarsus a city in Modern Day Turkey Console Antony Cleopatra of Egypt comes before you today Gods are excused. Lethal with me yes please gods I see so you come with Your charm in tact not to mention a grand parade at your back did I. I do not even notice such things anymore. I.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

13:23 min | 1 year ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

"Burgers hate you. George wallace. Oh man. I'll be sad. I'm gonna be sad for the rest of the night now that I'll never see that headline. Well, I got some morstead's stuff for you. So, yeah. Next up. We've got Medgar Evers thirty seven year old civil rights activists and double. NWC P organizer who was shot and killed while standing in his driveway in Jackson, Mississippi by Byron Dila Beckwith after two trials in nineteen sixty four that would both end without the jurors being able to reach a verdict Beckwith with a lewd conviction for thirty years before being retried. He would be convicted of the murder in nineteen ninety four and would die in prison. In two thousand one in nineteen Ninety-two the city of Jackson erected a statue in honor of Evers that makes a better it makes it a little bit better. But not that much, just the well, the gears of Justice grind, slowly, but inexorably. I don't know. George Zimmerman is still walking around free, give it time. Maybe the all that would be really cool. If the man that received the first lung transplant came back to life and went and punched George Zimmerman that would be pretty great. I just I mean. I feel like the world's first lung transplant recipients and pardoned murderer should just have gone around punching people like while you're the hero. We need all of a sudden, I don't know that he's the hero, we need. But he certainly here we deserve. That's true. Also in June nineteen sixty three the long awaited film Cleopatra starring Elizabeth Taylor. And Richard Burton had its worldwide premiere in New York City. So. Fell Elizabeth Taylor at this point is a just a huge star. She's I think she's one in Academy Award at this point if she was on, on the waterfront. No, that's even Marie sane. She in edit that out, you edit this podcast. Okay. I'm gonna edit that out. Just like edit me thing, even Meri's sane and put that. No. She was in. Oh man. She was in a I can't remember think so she's been in canton team. Hot tin roof at this point suddenly last summer, but Tennessee William plays. So she's, she's a big name. And you know that she's a big name because they paid her a million dollars to being Cleopatra. She got her start in nineteen forty two. Yeah. Shoes around for a while. She was in giant, which was a huge film. So she's she's very well known at this point wasn't she in a place in the sun. That's the movie with Montgomery, Clift. So Montgomery, Clift was a. I wanna make if you pull up Elizabeth Taylor's, I am DP page the picture of her is her from Cleopatra. Yes, this movie is solidified in Hollywood history. Liz Taylor was paid a million dollars to be a record big breaking some at the time it costs, I wanna say it cost upwards, if you include marketing, like thirty four million dollars to make in nineteen sixty three it was the highest it was the most expensive movie ever made to this point. And even though it was the highest grossing movie of the year. It's still lost movie money, making it the only movie in history to be the highest grossing movie for a year and still operated a loss. It was plagued by problems sets needing to be built twice Elizabeth Taylor. Got very ill in the beginning which cost, I think. The first ten weeks they spent like seven million dollars. They ended up with ten minutes of film. The first director was fired Joe Minka wits. Joseph Mankiewicz was brought in just Gwynn's directed all About Eve and a bunch of other really famous movies that you've definitely heard of if you like older movies. This was also the movie that began one of the most famous relationships in Hollywood history. This is where Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and started on a fair, which also did not help to make the move the production, go any smoother. They would end up getting married, then divorced, then married again. But while they're married, they made a bunch of films together, one of which I believe who's afraid of Virginia Woolf one Elizabeth Taylor. Another Oscar and sounds. Right. But Cleopatra is one of those movies of the, the cut that Minka which showed to wasn't like. Four hours long. It was six hours long. They cut it down to four hours long. He wanted to release two three hour movies one called Caesar and Cleopatra one called Anthony Cleopatra. Mark Antony Cleopatra. It almost Bank had bankrupt at twenty Century Fox, like they almost did not survive this movie. It wasn't until they were in huge. Trouble until the founder of music came out like a year and a half later and saved the studio. But yeah, this movie was I mean, it's it's one of the move. It's one of the stories that Hollywood loves to tell about itself because it was an excess in every conceivable way, but it was also a flaming disaster. But it's a great film. I mean everybody's real good. It's got a crazy, good cast Roddy McDowell's in it just as Rex Harrison is in it, Elizabeth Taylor is one of the most beautiful women that ever lived theory, especially when she was young God. There's so many people in this move. I can't even think of the rest of them, but it was huge. Yeah. It was huge that number gave before forty four million the equivalent of three hundred forty six million dollars today. So you can imagine the like for the biggest marvel movies. They usually spend like two sixty ish something like that. Yeah. God, I remember when Waterworld came out, and it was the first hundred million dollar movie. So it made fifty. Yeah. Right. Exactly. It made fifty five million dollars at the box office. It cost forty four million to make which is that equivalent to approximately three hundred forty four million and twenty sixteen dollars at one point Twentieth Century Fox. There's a there's a scene with Cleopatra's navy. It was at the time that because of the scene. Twentieth Century Fox had the world's third-largest navy. And it remains one of the most expensive movies ever made. I believe it, it finally broke even in nineteen seventy three. That's incredible. And twenty three flocks close the books on it. Keeping all future profit Seve to avoid paying those who might have been promised a percentage of the net profit. Yeah. Which is why you always go for gross points. Not net going for net is an amateur move. They will offer to you to you. They're worthless. Do not fall for it, and Elizabeth Taylor. Got ten percent of the gross for her. Yeah. I mean, she she's a smart cookie. Like for for a woman to be making a million dollars in nineteen sixty three is insane. Ten percent. Yeah. Though just goes to show you just how. Just the sheer star power. She had. Yeah. I mean it was it was a crazy thing. I think it was. It was one of the biggest movie since gone with the wind, which was still the highest grossing movie of all time you adjusted for box office, gross. Yeah. By a long shot. Yeah. Have you adjusted for inflation inflation? And I think it gets it, it's got a pretty significant lead. And then if you adjusted for the re releases. Yeah the league gets it's like something like two billion dollars. Something like that. Yeah. The then also great movie gone with the wind is a fantastic movie. I've never actually seen it. I've really should go. It's loan. But it's real good. So that's yeah, that's Cleopatra. Yeah. And to close out on June of nineteen sixty three two more quick facts in Abington school district versus sham, the US supreme court ruled eight to one that state mandated bible reading in public schools was unconstitutional. Yep. Like no freaking. Yeah. This is like a year or two after they declared that prayer in school was illegal or let's say directed prayer, right? It's long been held that. That if students want to pray during school of their own volition, that they have the right to do so. But the state cannot mandate prayer, right? Which, of course, I don't know how it was where you grew up where I grew up every morning began with a quote unquote, one minute of silent meditation. I mean, not really, I would did the pledge of allegiance. But I think I stopped doing that as a teenager. I know I definitely didn't do that them still had to stand, though, anyway. And then finally, in June of nineteen sixty three Valentina terrific Cova Belen. Tina Tereshkova the Soviet Union became the first woman in history to travel into outer space when she was launched a cosmonaut on Vostok, six U, S, astronaut Sally ride would become the second in June nineteen eighty three twenty years later, the Soave. Viet's weren't complete. It's not like they did it again at any time in the subsequent twenty years before the US finally got around to putting the lady in space. Yeah. Which is sad and frustrating and partially buzz Aldrin's fault. We like to tell ourselves people like Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, our modern day tall tales. Right. But they were incredibly proud like Neil Armstrong, I'm pretty sure with awful awful racist. I think I've heard that. Yeah. And yeah. And Buzz Aldrin. Actively worked to keep women out of the astronaut program. Yeah. So, so, yeah. Kill your heroes. Yeah. Do it because the unless your heroes are captain America fictional. Yeah. They're pretty good. They're pretty solid. Yeah. Then we got one more thing that we gotta do before we get to the comics this week. We gotta talk about Don hack. Oh, yeah. 'cause Don heck was doing a lot of the art. These yes, so we kind of skipped over Don heck, when we talked about Iran man, a couple of episodes ago but he is one of the major marvel artists at that time. And so I thought that we should do a little bit of history about him. So Don, heck was born in nineteen twenty nine in Queens, New York. He started at Harvey comics in nineteen forty nine and worked for atlas comics in the nineteen fifties until the two year period when Martin Goodman refused to pay for any new work that we talked about in the first step Assode afterwards, however, he did come back to atlas as it transitioned into marvel Malvo models. He worked on tales of suspense, and designed both Tony stark and pepper Potts but not iron man, whose I look was designed by Kirby and second, look, the famous redden gold costume was designed by Steve Dicko yells co created many iron man villains, including the Mandarin. Black widow and Hawkeye his both black widow and Hawkeye started out his ironman, and she's a Russian spy, and he's a serious acrobat. Atten fief. Yeah. He also designed characters like havoc of the x men and the collector, he penciled for the avengers and x men comics for many years, along with, like a lot of other marvel bucks. And for five years, he ghost drew the phantom newspaper comic. Oh, day that I did not know now in the nineteen seventies, he did frequent work for DC, while occasionally still doing books for marvel during which time. He co created the silver age character steel, whose name would later be given to John Henry irons as a superman accessory. Yeah. But you might have seen the silver age steel. He's got like a red jumpsuit with suit with a star and a stripe on his chest..

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Go through the paperwork. He has one of his favorite valets there. Arthur pretty man, it was his personal valet because president crippled. So Mr Chairman, Dave them, close them. He has held there helping him with his laundry and answering correspondences and he has about fifteen or twenty more minutes to work sizes the. The artist and her photographer to start wrapping things up. He had just finished launch. Finish something a drink. And he's dead. Very interesting timing. What were his last words? Do we know? I'm sorry. What were his last words? Do we know? He questioned the back of his head. According to multiple sources and said I have terrific heading. So when we talk about poisoning opposition leaders, I know people tend to roll the rise because they think that this is. I don't know. Completely outlandish or something. But you know, I actually go back, and I give the whole poisoning about physician leaders that started thirteen thirty one when it was started really started to be used as a as a form of weaponry, everyone from Rasputin to the apostle John and the apostle John in the bible, and of course, political poisonings peak during the Italian Renaissance in the fourteenth century. So even today presidents and hyping it series have food tasters and every president since the since the eighteen hundreds has used a similar method. Some of the people their Roman emperor Claudius Napoleon Mark Antony Cleopatra. Elizabeth Lincoln all of these people had food tasters some of the people even use dogs and military prisoners and even monkeys. Protests their food. So this is this is a real concern is a matter of fact in nineteen ninety three's in eighth turkeys. As president was poisoned drinking a glass of lemonade Bulgarian undersea. So that's as early as recent memories nineteen ninety three's. I mean, there's this is definitely a concern. Even today. Modern US presidents have an entire team called the presidential food safety teams who set up a secure zone with the president. And the first family can. Within the White House without complication, and of course, when they travel outside of the White House, and then they go back to other other things to make the to make the. The dignitary is it's safest possible traveling Reagan both bushes, President Obama, President Clinton, they've all us food tasters. So this is really when we talk about poisoning, a president says not an outlandish thing. I mean, this is this is a real thing. I mean, this is a real concern. So people. Hold on me and said, you know, it seems pretty far fashion wasn't that far fetched when you know when all of the backdrop of that is going on. I think the American public might be a little naive. But. Roosevelt's on this out Thomas out the hard way, and they could not wait to get this guy buried it was sixty nine hours from death. To travel to grave. That's it. They couldn't get him in the ground fast enough. Was there an autopsy? There was no autopsy there was no one bombing. So, you know, the kicker of the whole thing is the rumors swirling around Georgia in around Washington DC for. A decade after veterans than a decade after it got to the point where Eleanor Roosevelt got so tired of hearing this. She commissioned into private investigator to look into the you know, what was going on. So this private investigator gets a hold of you know, hours. It be in the White House said he wants the president's medical records medical records were stolen from a lock file the Bethesda four people had those keys in the whole country. So if there's nothing to hide why did you say Bethesda? Yep. That's as the naval hospital. Well, Madrigal Bethesda ago stuff happens eighteen years later that would it would figure again in the death of a president go. But that was so what about rumors that Roosevelt's body had turned black shortly after his death. But there was no I couldn't. What nothing would surprise me at this point Africa, uncovering what Aaron covered so but in my book because I couldn't verify it. But would that be consistent with poisoning? I believe that. It was what happens. I'm no medical. No medical expert. I've talked to a forensic path allergist and three doctors about this. And they believe that it would be consistent with poisoning again. I have no I have. No, I have no way to verify that. So I didn't put it in my book. But it would not surprise what happened to shoot off. And her photographer the other Russian immediately after Roosevelt died were they questioned. They went on a car excursion with Lucy Mercer across country trying to get as far away from there as possible. To my knowledge they were not questioned. I think the country with them. You know, I think that they were they were questioned, but they certainly weren't questioned under oath as any sort of suspects or anything like that. I just believe that you know, they were questioned this. You know, what happened when it just sorta? And I believe that was by the news media, no law enforcement agency, Washington. Now, we have to Russians in close personal contact with the president. They flee seemingly immediately after his death. And no one thinks that maybe they should be apprehended or at least tained or questioned. That's rather odd that's very odd. In again, this is in Elizabeth's Facebook. She goes into this at length. The driver of the car is her for saga for nNcholas cabins or Couva Kamsky, your I don't exactly know what made me it was going by was. Was Robbins at that point. So nNcholas Robbins is the driver Lucy Merson who.

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"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"antony cleopatra" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

"Today's episode of dissect is brought to you by Sonos. Some of my earliest memories are my father cleaning the house on weekends while he blasted the Beatles that an extremely high volume. So this year for Father's Day, I'm giving my dad the gift of music. Thanks to sun us and Spotify. When you visit Father's Day, Sonos dot com, you can easily create a generation bridging playlist with a few simple clicks. Simply select a few of your favorite artists and the year Europe. Warn then do the same for dead Spotify will then instantly generate the perfect playlist to bridge the generation gap. Plus when you use the Father's Day playlist generator, your receive a code for fifteen percent off at Sonos dot com. I'm using my fifteen percent off coupon to purchase a Sonos, once smart speaker for my dad to pair with the playlist go to father, stay dot, Sonos, dot com to create your playlist and receive your very own fifteen percent off coupon generator, expires, June seventeenth terms and conditions apply. That's day dot, sotos dot com. Welcome back to dissect before the break. We discussed the song pilot Jones in crack rock, both of which center around addiction on pilot Jones. We heard a character who fell for a drug dealer only to give into his addiction on the songs end on crack rock. We heard about the effects of drug addiction and position at the bottom of the societal totem pole. At the end of crack rock. We heard Franks attention abruptly shift to female character leading into the next track. One of the most beloved songs and Franks entire repertoire pyramid. And backing. Cash. On the pats. Pyramids was released on June eighth, two thousand twelve. It was Adam. Second quote, unquote, single, but at nearly ten minutes long is far from your traditional radio friendly hit. The song was written and produced by Frank ocean and malay- with additional production by mosquitoes and a guitar solo by John Mayer. Pyramids is a virtuosic display of ocean's ability to tell a story through song. Ocean speaks often about his songs being story set to music telling the New York Times, quote, the work is the work. The work is not me. I like the anonymity, that directors can have about their films, even though it's my voice, I'm a storyteller unquote. He also told fader magazine quote, I'm really trying to create this environment around the song that makes the listener feel like they're in this place, and they're hearing the story and not only are they hearing it the really seeing it unquote. Pyramids is split into large parts, separated by sweeping, transported a middle section that literally axes, the wormhole. The future pyramids to have our thematically narrative linked by the song's main character Cleopatra who finds herself in the center of both worlds. Cleopatra was of course, one of the most famous female rulers history. She was a member of the Ptolemaic dynasty, a Greek family who ruled Egypt after the death of Alexander the great Cleopatra was highly intelligent fluent in several languages and are charged and beauty are literally the stuff of legend after the death of her father and fifty one and eighteen year old Cleopatra became the Queen of Egypt. If abyss league Cleopatra became romantically involved with dictator of the Roman Republic, Julius Caesar, an alliance that help restore Cleopatra's rule of Egypt after a brief exile, the to bore child and Cleopatra was president, Rome, when Caesar was assassinated. After Caesar's death, Cleopatra aligned herself with Mark Antony. One of Caesar's successors who've ruled Rome during an unstable period. Following Caesar's assassination, beginning political alliance. Antony and Cleopatra became romantically involved had a total of three children together an eventual married and thirty one BC Antony. Cleopatra line their armies and attempt to defeat Octavian and gain control of Rome. Antony Cleopatra were defeated forcing the to flee back to Egypt upon eventual return to the battlefield anti with falsely informed that Cleopatra had died distraught and facing eminent defeat. Antony committed suicide by stabbing himself upon here of Antony. Suicide clue. Patrick killed herself on August twelfth than the year thirty BC while the circumstances surrounding death are hazy at best. It's generally thought that clear Patrick killed herself by enticing ask or gyp Cobra to bite her arm. Apparently a common way to commit suicide. During this time clue Patras since become an iconic figure of history, of course, is the tabloid like fascination, legacy Dur affairs with powerful men. But more importantly, Cleopatra represents a powerful woman. Who in a male dominated society held together country during a tumultuous time in history, proving to be a formidable powerful leader every equal to her male counterparts.

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