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Charlie's Top 5 Reading Recommendations for You
"Someone says Charlie, do you have a reading list or all the dystopian writings that Charlie Kirk mentioned the podcast? One is Orwell's 1984, read this already as required in schools in many years ago. Yes, I recommend rereading it. Okay, yes. So there are 5 dystopian authors, all of whom were somewhat contemporaries of one another. You've heard of all of them, probably one you probably haven't heard of. They're all worth just refreshing as Christians, I encourage us to pursue whatever is true. And I think these 5 books will bless you about what really drives the tyrant. What happens when the tyrant meets technology and how technology brings out the worst impulses of our human condition. So the 5 books, of course, the first is George Orwell's 1984. The second is C. S. Lewis screwtape letters. You can read that alongside mere Christianity, which was actually first delivered as radio broadcast during the German blitz in the early 1940s, late 1930s, through the British broadcast corporation. The third is Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, which is a terrific book and addresses a lot of what we're living through when pleasure becomes the ultimate goal of a society. The fourth book is a lesser known one by Winston Churchill and is only novel. It's called savrola. I've actually not read it, but I'm familiar with it. I took a course by doctor Larry arn from hillsdale college on Churchill, and he talked about it. So that's the fourth. And then the 5th is probably the least known of all 5. And in fact, I plan to finish this book. I started it, but I got little distracted during my mini sabbatical coming up in a couple of weeks here. It's called darkness at noon by Arthur koestler, which is a terrific book. And so I've been finished it yet. So those are the 5 books Arthur koestler was a dissident. And producer Connor says I would include the fountainhead in there as neoliberal dystopian.
"arthur" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Silent loving breath with me. Here we go slowly and lovingly. In 5, four, three, two, watch your neck and shoulders. And you felt the chest did not rise, but your rib cage or intercostals expanded. And your internal and external space instantly quieter. All because they changed the quality of a breath. Everything in vocal awareness is physiologically connected, I'm blown smoke. The breath is not only physical. It is also emotional. It is the quickest way to shut us down and to open us up when we're in trauma the first thing we do is hold our breath. The root of the word spirit spirited to Latin simply means to breathe. Empowerment through voice you want to inspire people in spiraling to breathe into them. The Hebrew word saman means both soul and breath. So in vocal awareness, it does not merely a breath that we're interested in. It is the quality of the breath. Because also we're creating new neural pathways. And we're entering an area of evolution that I call conscious awareness, not just awareness, not just consciousness, but tuned in 360 intra interpersonally to the best of our abilities at all times. Are you still in stature, by the way? This dowdy old man is still in stature so if I can be in statue, you can. Arthur, I'm going to jump in here. So fire nation, we're going through right now the.
Arthur Milikh on the Duration of the Conservative Fight for America
"I have a question here that I think is really important. And this is something that I get asked a lot, which is, you know, the duration of the fight. For whatever reason, a lot of conservatives, you know, they kind of have this timetable that this can be over in a summer. I'm sure you've experienced this phenomenon. Is that true? And I think we know the answer to that. And if, of course, it's not. Where does that phenomenon come from? Where we just have to win one more election and we can get back to the country of our grandparents. Yeah. Well, when the left said, you know, a generation ago, you have to politicize everything. They did. And they thought that we are going to take over this country, at least its major institutions, and a lot of its populace, and we're going to own it. And everybody understood that they in their own lives have marching orders, not just at the top, not just the institution builders, not just the members of Congress, not just the journalists, but even the day to today people who, you know, made it a symbol of their pride to hassle people on the right, just normal people minding their business. So they have successfully politicized everything and the right in turn has done the opposite. It's withdrawn. It's felt reasonably that this country may not belong to me anymore. It's not a right leading country. All the institutions are hostile. So I am going to withdraw my kids from school. I'm going to homeschool them. I'm going to move away to the rurals. And we'll try and hide there. But that doesn't work. You will not hide
Arthur Milikh: 'What We're After Is Political Liberty'
"You know, what does success look like then? What is the country we actually want to live in? How should we be able to articulate that? Well, it's a good question. Look, what we want, what we always have been is a constitutional republic. The question is, what precisely is in the way of that? And there are many things in the way. And what we're after is political liberty. And as I said before, I don't see any other way than through the states. At least for now, that that can be safeguarded, protected, and expanded. The right has simply defaulted. It has not really fought a political fight in a way that it ought to have done. To the point where it has lost institutions that it thought it worshiped and it thought it owned forever. Just as an example, I mean, you know this and your listeners know this. It would have been unimaginable 20 years ago that the fortune 500s, which the right made its main client. Would have gone the other way and laughed in the face of the right. After all of the innumerable endless benefits that were given to them. It's also unimaginable that they would have lost the military. Which is teetering, but its leadership right now has very clearly sided with the left. On anti racism on identity politics. These are very strong signals to the right that it has lost those elements of society. It would be one thing if we were just at this point the normal nation and we were still basically 20 years ago where the parties disagreed and marginal ways. But what the left now wants is a very different thing while it has the military in its hands. While it has a $1 trillion in corporations in its hands, the stakes are very different and it's a very dangerous situation.
Arthur Milikh Offers Analysis of the Current Political Landscape
"Who is the executive director at the center for the American way of life at the Claremont institute, Arthur, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you very much, Charlotte. So Arthur, we've been kind of framing the conversation, if you will, right now, around how a majority of the political discourse is around things that are patently insane. The woke, if you will. And that there needs to be kind of a re centering around team reality, and that only conservatives can help make that consolidation possible. What are your thoughts? Well, I think that's true. But, you know, when you look at some of the polling, some of which is honest, I suspect, and you see that there's actually strikingly little support for a lot of these very radical left wing ideologies. And then you wonder, well, how on earth is it that these remain the center conversations of the nation, if they're so little public support? And then you begin to think through how much money and institutional support there is for these causes. And the immense disproportion in power. On the left versus the right. And then you start seeing how many conservatives over the last generation have been snoozing at the wheel. They've been fighting on some very irrelevant issues, one kind of trick that I like to think about is if you implemented the full agenda of many of the think tanks on the mainstream right. Nothing would change about America. A lot of things. It would all be a total domination of the left institutions. And so what we have not thought through is trying to win back territory in real ways. Trying to repeal the immense power of those institutions. We like to do lawsuits. That's fine. But when we lose in the courts, we just say, oh shucks, you know, we'll try again. We'll try to do the same thing again. Whereas when you look at the immense as I keep saying institutional power of the left, they own the universities, which we refuse to defund. They own a lot of K12. These are American tax dollars that are being used against patriotic Americans. It's an astonishing thing. And nobody ever really does anything about it. It's a really interesting
"arthur" Discussed on Mind Pump
"And so they smoke a cigarette for the first time, oh wow, I feel a lot better. I don't know why. And I can't even articulate it. I want another one. And another one. They get addicted by 14. Well, the same thing is true of success addicts. There's a deficit in your understanding of yourself. You don't feel like a full person. You don't feel like the person that you want to be, you can't endogenously produce your happiness. In the right way. And so the result is you're looking for outside validation. You're looking for extrinsic validation of you. The outside version of Sal and what you need to work on is the interior version of Sal. That's the way the combat is number one is knowledge. And when I say salad, Arthur, by the way. It's like, who's Arthur? He's that guy that people talk about. You know, he's that guy who's got that job. He's that guy that somebody wrote that thing about. Whatever happens to be. No, no, no, no, no. That's not the way to do it. The way to do it is to understand the problem and to do the work to actually build the person that you are and that has to be built on love and relationships. Wow. Yeah, you're speaking to me. Totally. But you guys are successful in ambitious. And there's tons and tons of people watching this who want to be you, but look, we all have the same problems. Yeah. Because we're all just walking this path in the same way. Oh boy, that's challenging. That's how I feel like that's what I meant by that. Isn't everybody someone that I feel like everybody has something that it just manifests itself different than everybody's life, for sure. We all have different needs, we all. And some people are naturally better than others. I mean, I know some guys who are just like, they get it. And they get it, right? But our culture valorizes the most incomplete people..
Totalitarianism: How Do You Make a Lie Seem Like a Truth?
"How do you make a lie seem like the truth? What is necessary for a totalitarian regime to exist? Well, when you study totalitarianism, it's very clear that it's not just tanks in the streets or mass surveillance, but instead it's the totalitarian control of the mind. There were 5 authors in the late 1940s and 1950s that were pioneers on the topic of totalitarianism. C. S. Lewis, of course, with the screwtape letters and lesser known for this category, but better known in general mere Christianity, which actually started as radio broadcast during the blitz of London. Aldous Huxley, who wrote Brave New World, probably one of the most important books that anyone can read to understand the sexual anarchy that we are living through today. And why due to totalitarians and dictators need to decay sexual norms to be able to have monopolistic control over a civilization. George Orwell would be the third, of course, 1984, animal farm. We talk, we talk often here about 1984 about how one of my favorite lines from 1984 is when Orwell says the best way to keep a secret from the government is you must first keep the secret from yourself. The fourth is a lesser known author that we really should talk more about Arthur koestler, who wrote a book called darkness at noon, all about the Soviet show trials and how people who are completely innocent were killed in a public display. And the 5th author, of course, was Winston Churchill, author of over 50 books and talked a lot about totalitarianism. Churchill, in particular, was very worried about how technology unrestrained from human virtue. Could not just result in tyranny, but would automatically result in tyranny. Churchill argued that technology was more than a tool. He witnessed this in the Darvish region where he saw very courageous people going into the battlefield and just being mowed down by machine guns and he realized that war has changed and technology can bring out the worst in people.
Residents evacuated from Florida apartments deemed unsafe
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Article 7 Years Ago Predicted Dictatorship Under Justin Trudeau
"But there was a peace sent to me about two days ago and I wanted to check it out Make sure it was accurate and it was By gentleman by the name of Daniel dickin contributor community activist author conservative December 1220 14 published in something called the prince Arthur Herald I guess it's Canadian And the article existed in part the other day on The Huffington Post Huffington Post Canada And that closed in 2021 by the way Oh too bad Anyway so this was written This was written This was written 7 years ago 7 years ago ready Why Canada will become a dictatorship under Trudeau 7 years ago that the leader of that party does what he wants when he wants and no one dares questioning him What a prime minister Trudeau arbitrarily whipped the vote and outlaws certain moral questions Could prime minister Trudeau be trusted to make decisions for the good of the country not just for his personal self worth Which Trudeau called the police to enforce his vision let's hope we never have the opportunity to ask those questions Becoming clear as the days are Trudeau the liberals wear on If elected prime minister Justin Trudeau would turn Canada into a dictatorship Of course I'm sure at the time this gentleman was dismissed as a white supremacist kook He says this is the man who admitted he admires China's basic dictatorship it wasn't just a sarcastic comment He seriously said that he admires the dictatorship because they can get things done quickly And I would add much like Thomas Friedman and most of the left
Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Trump Jr. Advisers, Ex-White House Official
"His Liz Cheney, weaponizing this January 6th committee. It's a special kind of evil. Do you hear what she's doing? You hear what they're doing on that January 6th committee? They've sent a subpoena to three advisers to the Trump family, Andrew Charlie and Arthur Schwartz, who advised Donald Trump Jr. and Ross rush Worthington who played a role in drafting Trump's speech on January 6th. Each of them have been handed a subpoena. Now, one of them, he is advising the Wyoming, the Wyoming values political action committee in support of Cheney's primary challenger Harriet Hagen. This guy had, according to the Washington, the federalist, this guy had zero involvement with The White House riots or protest during the time period that the rally was being organized. This charade guy Andrew Serra was overseeing a super PAC in support of Republican Senate candidates in Georgia. Charade is a close friend, according to his attorney, charades a close friend to Donald Trump Jr. and is running a super PAC that opposes the reelection of one of the members of the committee. I'm talking to you Liz Cheney. That's
NYU's Arthur Caplan Wants to Unite Americans... By Treating the Unvaxxed as 3rd Class Citizens
"Listen to this guy. Arthur caplan is director of medical ethics at the NYU Grossman school of medicine. He was on CNN this morning. Check this out. Well, look, I want us to act as a community. I want us to act as a team. When you're fighting a war, you need all hands on deck. I don't want to reject those who still haven't done the right thing. I'll condemn them. I'll shame them. I'll blame them. But I don't want to exclude them. They've got to come around. We can't win this war. We're going to be talking about COVID this time next year if we don't get more people to do the right thing. So we can't write them off. We can penalize them more. We can say, we're going to pay more on your hospital bill if you weren't vaccinated. You can't get life insurance or disability insurance at affordable rates if you aren't vaccinated. Those companies should not treat us as equals in terms of what the financial burdens are that that disease imposes. So I can think of a number of ways in which we should say here's the stick, get on board. At the same time, we do need everyone. It's a war. You got to have all your troops unified if we're ever going to win it. Right, because nothing screams unifying the troops more than we're going to financially penalize you and treat you like some third class citizen. Yeah, that's a great, great approach, Arthur caplan. You're really on to something here. These people are nuts.
Happy 100th, Bloody Mary: Paris marks cocktail's birthday
"Harry's Harry's bar bar in in Paris Paris is is celebrating celebrating the the one one hundredth hundredth birthday birthday of of the the bloody bloody Mary Mary the the drink drink is is believed believed to to have have been been invented invented it it Harry Harry medical medical homes homes bar bar in in nineteen nineteen twenty twenty one one carries carries is is now now owned owned by by Harry's Harry's great great grandson grandson friends friends Arthur Arthur mac mac alone alone he he says says his his great great grandfather grandfather was was fond fond of of a a dancer dancer who who performed performed in in the the U. U. S. S. she she used used to to work work in in and and and and a a place place in in Chicago Chicago called called the the bucket bucket of of blood blood so so that's that's that's that's the the story story he he gives gives he he can can give give you you a a few few more more stories stories there's there's a a Hemingway Hemingway story story he he was was just just I I think think it it was was just just before before getting getting married married and and he he was was dating dating somebody somebody call call merry merry Nellie Nellie is is a a bartender bartender at at Harry's Harry's he he knows knows how how to to make make a a good good bloody bloody Mary Mary cleans cleans clothes clothes sold sold improper improper then then the the financials financials to to Moscow Moscow splash splash before before justice justice shows shows it's it's saying saying a a lot lot lemon lemon juice juice and and of of course course a a nice nice shot shot of of vodka vodka mix mix and and serve serve I I met met Donahue Donahue
Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'
"Who is us? Where has he where was he born and what has he been doing most of his life? Well, I'm the great great, great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the original brewer, and very proud of our family heritage and the integrity and generosity of the firm down the centuries. My own branch of the family, my grandfather, was one of the first western doctors in China, actually he survived the box arrives, and he went into the Forbidden City and treated the Empress dowager and the last emperor in the early part of the 20th century. My parents were born in China, and importantly for this book, I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution. So I remember the day. You have memory? You have memories? Absolutely. And it's important to this book because I remember the day when my dad said to me son, we're in trouble. Chiang Kai-shek has abandoned the city. We were in the capital, and the Red Army's coming in. And I remember the reign of terror began, and I was there for two years under that, and my parents were kept another two years on the house arrest. But the important was many years later I was at Oxford, and the graduate student, and had general one night with Isaiah Berlin. In other great places of freedom, Jewish. And we discovered he'd been a 7 year old in the Russian Revolution. And I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution the two big communist ones of the last century, so he compared notes thank God the English speaking people who stood up against totalitarianism, but in the mid 70s, when I was with him, it would have been unthinkable. That America would be tempted by anything like a radical socialism, let alone a cultural Marxism. And yet, that's where we are
"arthur" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"How would you say your performance has been over the last 16 years? The night sat across the table from K, Arthur's brother, and seneschal. His second in command, and the one who oversaw his household. Case said that on the whole, very good. Had Arthur been wounded, yes, but not mortally, had the queen committed long-term treason and still escaped with her life? It happens. Had the most important person in their world, King Arthur, being kidnapped multiple times on his watch. Sure, but the last time was them, right? You're with her, right? The queen? You're one of her nights? Case stated? The night took a deep breath. There's no easy way to say this except by someone who doesn't like you, which is most people, including me, we're letting you go, okay. The night said. Kay rose from the table on whose order, the queen doesn't have this type of authority. The night show K the paper signed in Arthur's hand. Case said that this was absurd. He was going to see his brother. As he thudded on the stones, Arthur's room, Kaye realized that had been some time since he had seen Arthur, weeks, months, his brother had always been available to him, but that changed when she came along. It was a slow change at first. She started replacing more of Arthur's guards with her own than advisers, Arthur didn't seem to care. In fact, he was happy to give her a larger role in the government than her predecessor. He was just pappy in general. At first, now, as K, the former seneschal looked on his brother, sitting up in bed, he noticed that Arthur looked listless. Glassy eyed. His mouth hung open, and his eyes looked at K, but Arthur didn't see him. He begged Arthur not to let him go, they were brothers. The queen stirred up next to Arthur and whispered in his ear. The king pointed at K and mumbled a remove him from the castle and the guards obeyed. K shook his head and stepped back. He swatted away the guards and.
"arthur" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"arthur" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"They rescued Leo dagon, of course, and the old king was happy he had declared for Arthur, a few months later, guinevere officially met the man who would become her husband, when her father had her serve the king herself. It wasn't hurt by the fact that Arthur was winning the war by sheer luck, or wizards. The saxons had landed in the kingdoms of the rebels. They were now fighting a war on two fronts, and the choice between a boy king who promised clemency and invaders from the continent who wanted to strip their kingdom for parts. According to the story, wasn't much of a choice. Most of the barons declared for Arthur, and the kid was now the only moderately disputed king of the Britons. Leo dagon, of course, used all of this to maneuver himself into the best of all possible positions. He barely needed to do anything. One of you remembered the man who routed the enemies in their time of need, and Arthur was captivated by her at that dinner. The two started writing letters to one another and Arthur started reportedly losing some battles because he was daydreaming of guinevere, and everyone was happy. Well, everyone picked guinevere. Not are one of your, of course. For now, are going to be here the princess was over the moon. It was her wedding day after all. Arthur was victorious in all of his wars, the barons had been pacified the saxons routed. For the first time since old king Constantine, Arthur's grandfather, the island was at peace. And by the way, at this point, we're still like 15 years out from our current narrative. Anyway, on the day of her wedding, one of your was confused by a message. She was to meet someone in the garden. They had a secret about her future husband that she should know. One of you walked by the great room. In the months leading up to the wedding, Arthur had to decide on a formal seat of power. He settled on a fortress surrounded by a walled town that overlooked the sea. It was called Camelot. One of your father had gifted it to the new king. Along with the curious new table, Arthur said with a cough, as they dusted off the table, yeah, it's around table. Leo dagon said with a grin. Now yeah, I get what you're saying. It's round and it's a table. It's the symbolism le a dragon set. Everyone who sits at this table is an equal. It's to represent your new order of knights. But like, I'm the king. I actually outrank everyone. I don't get the appeal. Arthur said, believe it I can say it's about the optics. This will be like his war room, and it's showing that he values expertise and the advice of his own knights. Even over his own authority, it's good PR. Trust me, they're gonna love this. Then Leo dagon felt the Tapping on his shoulder. He bowed to his king and turned. What? Leo dog embarked at guinevere, who smiled to Arthur. Couldn't bear said that she received a strange message this morning and okay, you're gonna be queen, deal with it on your own. I'm trying to explain a round table. Leo dugan said to guinevere Arthur snapped his fingers and a page rushed up to him. The young man told the younger man to find Merlin. If his betrothed thought that something was strange, well, Merlin was their resident expert in strange. By the time the page realized that neither he nor anyone he spoke to could find Merlin, Arthur was in the middle of nighting this year's group of knights. Namely, Gawain. One of you put the message out of her mind..
Why It's Worth Exploring 'The Big Bang'
"It's kind of funny, Steve. And I think we've talked about this privately, but in my book as atheism dead roughly have the same three things. And this was before I knew that you were putting it in this way. And the third one I put it differently, I kind of, you know, it's more about James tour and abiogenesis, but it's the same concept. And it's funny, though, that we're both logical or try to be. And these are three just astonishing arguments for God. There's just no way around it. And it's funny, I mean, I guess I'm glad to hear that you use these three because they struck me viscerally as the three arguments that I wanted to talk about. The Big Bang in some ways is a curious choice because I think a lot of people think, well, that's old hat. I don't think it is, at least, that's why I revisit it and I talk about it a little bit in that chapter. But why do you say the big why is it worth dealing with the Big Bang, something that presumably we've known about for a long time? Well, science and philosophy do intersect. And scientific discoveries can raise larger philosophical or worldview questions. In every world you have to answer the question, what is the thing or the entity or the process from which everything else came? And the default way of thinking about that from the late 19th century was that the universe is eternal and self existent that matter and energy play the role in a materialistic worldview that God plays in the theistic worldview. In other words, it's the thing from which everything else comes. And it's always been here, and therefore doesn't need an explanation. But one Princeton physicist Robert Dickey put it an infinitely old universe would relieve us of the need of explaining the origin of matter at any finite time in the past. But if the universe is finite, which is what all the evidence now points to. Then that raises a big question that materialism can't answer, which is where did the matter and the energy come from in the first place? At that beginning point. And this troubled Einstein, this troubled Arthur eddington, this troubled Fred hoyle, the great astrophysicist and physicist at the early part of the 20th century who were confronted with this evidence, all recognized that it posed a huge challenge to scientific materialism or scientific atheism or scientific naturalism, whatever you want to call it, the idea that matter and energy or the primary reality, not
What Does the Constitution Really Say About Freedom of Religion?
"Americans really now need to understand what does the constitution say about religion. And I remember years ago, Hillary Clinton referred to freedom of worship, and I remember chuck Coleman at the time saying, wait a minute, forget about freedom of worship. It's about freedom of religion. Freedom of worship. They have in China. You go into your little weird building on Sunday morning. Do your little weird mystical stuff. And when you come out, you bow to the secular authority of the state. That's the opposite of freedom of religion. Freedom of religion says 24 7, you can exercise your faith. You can live out your faith. You can talk about your faith. You can do things with regard to your faith. You can refuse to do things with regard to your faith. That is an incredibly broad right. And we, in America, because we've been so blessed with freedom, have really just taken our eye off the ball in terms of what it is. And so when somebody says, do something you go, oh, okay, without realizing, like, wait a minute. I am free. Well, just to be clear, let's say let's speak theoretically, right? I'll be like Arthur Miller with a Harvard Law School. He used to do these round table things on PBS or something. You need to say, well, what about in this case? What if it's the Bubonic plague? It's not COVID, which where people get a cold and they inflate the numbers and make it sound like everybody's dying. Let's say tons of people are dying in the streets. That becomes a different issue. In other words, if somebody says, hey, I don't mind spreading the Bubonic plague. You'd say, well, your religious liberty doesn't extend to that because people are dying in the streets because the science actually backs
Sen. Rand Paul Schools HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra on Natural Immunity
"But here's Rand Paul grilling HHS secretary baccarat about another simple question You guys take over the healthcare system You insult people on vaccines What makes us believe the government doesn't suck and you guys are so competent and baccarat has no answer Check this out Are you familiar with an Israeli study that had 2.5 million patients and found that the vaccinated group was actually 7 times more likely to get infected with COVID than the people who had gotten COVID naturally Senator do I have to get back to you on that one I'm not familiar with that study Well you think you might want to be if you're going to travel a country insulting the millions of Americans including NBA star Jonathan Isaac who have had COVID recovered look at a study with 2.5 million people and say well you know what It looks like my immunity is as good as the vaccine or not And in a free country maybe ought to be able to make that decision Instead you've chosen to travel a country calling people like Jonathan Isaac and others myself included flat earthers We find that very insulting because against the science are you a doctor or a medical doctor I have worked over 30 years on health policy You're not a medical doctor Do you have a science degree And yet you travel the country calling people flat Arthur's who have had COVID looked at studies of millions of people and made their own personal decision that their immunity they naturally acquired is sufficient But you presume somehow to tell over a 100 million Americans who have survived COVID that we have no right to determine our own medical care You alone are on high and you've made these decisions a lawyer with no scientific background no medical degree This is an arrogance coupled with an authoritarianism that is unseemly and un American There you go Can a nail did right there
New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines
"World has a new covert nineteen very of interest with a would hogan association pointing to the new new variant of the disease which is off in south america. There of fish this ukraina virus vary could be better at evading vaccines thereby increasing concerns of making covered nineteen endemic in society scientists. Say the muir be one six to one variant. As a number of mutations would suggest it could be more resistant. Vaccines early studies. One five vaccine is less effective against the variant. Compared to other mutations in fact it's already been found in thirty nine counties and as a constellation of mutations that indicate potential properties of immune escape these include a mutation called p. Six hundred eighty one age which was first reported in the alpha variant and his potentially responsible faster transmission meal also has the mutations e four eighty four k and k four seventeen n which are associated with being able to evade antibodies against the corona virus and various other mutations include arthur forty-six k. And why one forty four t is consequences. Arizona known music already been reported in ten percent of cases sequenced by the university of miami and reuters reporting that seven fully vaccinated residents in a nursing home in belgium dying from emile outbreak. At this stage the global prevalence of the various among sequence covered nineteen cases is still below zero point one percent but it has consistently grown in countries such as colombia with thirty nine percent and ecuador with thirteen percent increase. Something to worry about
Who Was Warlord Vortigern?
"Island of great britain was originally an island that was inhabited by celtic peoples. It was later occupied by roman became a roman province yet. The people who live on the island didn't end up speaking a celtic or romance language. They ended up speaking a language that belong to the germanic family of languages. The following story. A might have had something to do with how that happened. More on that in a bit the events in question date back to the late fifth century. This is a period of british history. That has some major holes. The roman empire had collapsed and nothing had really risen to take its place. There are many warlords and kings who vied for power. This was the period of time. When according to legend king arthur would have ruled so pretty much everything from this period is kind of questionable one of the rulers at that time was a warlord named voter turn. He was the leader of the britons in the wake of the roman collapse from what accounts we are told. He got to his position via a lot of duplicity and skulduggery supposedly. He had worked his way into a position of influence with the romans took advantage of that to usurp the throne the to rightful heirs. Were a pair of young brothers named or really ascend brosius and author and they were sent overseas for their education ford gern. Having assumed the throne had a hard time holding onto power he was constantly dealing with incursions from the picks and the scots and the north he was also dealing with the potential of an armada joining the two brothers to take back the throne. his solution to deal with. These problems was to hire mercenaries. Hiring mercenaries wasn't necessarily a bad idea it had been done throughout history with various levels of success. Forty gern contract out the work to to saxon brothers by the name of hen. Gist and horsa. They would bring in dramatic mercenaries to fight off the picks and the scots on behalf of the britain king in exchange for their services voltigeur offered this accents. The isle of janet to settle on today the island is actually a peninsula in the county of kent. Fifteen hundred years ago it was an island separated by six hundred meter channel. The saxon brought over at least eighteen warships full of warriors and probably many many more over time and there was something else that hingis brought over with him. His daughter rowena ruina was by all accounts very beautiful and iger in was spin with her
Wet Notes - 9-13-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio from monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one first up today is in another idea for diving with a purpose in one of the most recent newsletters from the coral restoration foundation the coral chronicles. There was a report that cr f. is teaming up with the atlantis. Dive resort in douma getty to offer a unique opportunity to participate in a week long program at the result in helping them build and maintain the largest coral nursery endowing. Actually the town where. Atlantis is located. The program is being sponsored by the coral restoration foundation. The loveland living planet aquarium and the meat foundation. The program runs from september twenty fourth to october. First two thousand twenty two there are planned educational sessions on coral ecology along with restoration efforts and techniques. You also conduct restoration. Dives along with some fun dies. This sounds really fascinating. One of the pictures into newsletter showed the table coral at apo island. I vividly remember that area when we dove air in two thousand nineteen there wasn't any pricing available in the article and you'll have to contact the hotel directly if you have the time and desire to dive with a purpose check out this program and market on your calendar. Long time ago. Donna and i lived in hawaii that was in the mid nineteen eighties. At that time we got to experience. What was probably one of the first while in walls in honolulu. If you're not familiar with wilem walls you can check them out. The wall was a large mural of the humpback whale on the side of a building near waikiki. It was quite impressive. Well it might not be a while and wall but if you happen to be near brant rock in mansfield massachusetts you can catch a the view of a mural of a large shark painted on the side of an old restaurant according to wicked local dot com. The mural was painted by a local artist. Shane leonard. Shane was a former football player at boston college. Who has a passion for painting and a passion for sharks. Now the muros on the side of the former arthur and patch restaurant that closed back in two thousand fifteen. The shark faces divers as they head down ocean street which is a one way street. So you can't miss it say. Shane says he likes the way shark. Show emotion. the photo is pretty impressive. there's no guarantee that the building won't be torn down. Now that is unoccupied but according to shane. Even if it doesn't survive it was worth doing so if you happen to be near mansfield mass check out the shark mural on ocean street about a month ago. Patio wear foundation announced their fourth annual aware week. Now this year it will run from september. Eighteenth through september twenty six two thousand and twenty one the whole idea behind aware week is to empower the global dive community to lead or take part in conservation activities in courses focused on local action for global impact in the past aware has focused on two elements marine debris and vulnerable marine species this year in concert with patties blueprint for ocean action. They're adding three more components. Climate change marine protected areas and coral reefs. Some of the ways. That dive shops can participate or by conducting aware classes like dive against debris coral conservation or the aware specialty. Also like us. You can become a one hundred percent aware dive centre where you provide a monthly contribution in support of the patty certifications you award. We are very proud to be one hundred percent aware. But here's something that. Patty aware foundation needs to work on. We need more notice as to win. Aware week is happening. I wasn't sure what was happening this year and our calendar filled up and we weren't able to get things scheduled as i mentioned at the top of the show. We've already created are twenty twenty two calendar and it would be nice to know when aware week twenty twenty two is happening. I also mentioned at the top to show that the re photo contest results were in and that i didn't win while scuba diving magazine. Magazine's two thousand and twenty one through the lens contest is also complete. The winners were recently released at scuba diving. Dot com and the photos will be revealed in september october special photo issue. They received one thousand seven hundred and nineteen photos from around the world. The contest categories included behavior compact camera macro and wide angle. The entries were judged on beauty originality and unique encounters. I check them out and they are spectacular. I only wish. I had the talent impatience to do that kind of work. Now if you wanna get a jump onto twenty twenty two contests they will start accepting entries january third two thousand twenty two and you can submit your photos through may thirty first two thousand and twenty two and finally we recently received our two thousand twenty two aqualung buyer's guide along with information on all the new products coming down from aqualung apex. So i thought. I'd give you a little preview on what's on the horizon. I from aqualung. They are releasing a new regulator the helix pro and the helix it looks like the helix pro is a mid range regular and i think it's replacing their core. It is a balanced first and second stage in his environmentally sealed with four low pressure ports and two high pressure ports. It was built for cold water and has the automatic closure device or a cd. lower end. helix is not environmentally sealed. And it doesn't have a cd and it's designed for warmer water. Also coming out in two thousand and twenty two is their new. Aqua fluck aqua flex men and aqua flex woman wetsuits. I think it's a redesign of their tried and true. Aqua flex line they also have a two millimeter. Free flex wetsuit now. The i one hundred computers going to come in a new color yellow and speaking of colors. They've added a number of different colors to various products including something called sand petrol red and orange as for eight packs. They also have a new regulator the xl four osha and it is billed as a totally sustainable regulator bay from post consumer waste it comes in grey or mint with some great etching. On the first stage. I suspect it's just like the xl four plus being an overbalanced diaphragm regulator with two hp and four l. p. ports. It looks pretty. Sharp and apex is releasing a new dive computer to the sx. It will be program can program up to six gases and monitor six transmitters. The has a titanium basil making it lightweight endurable but also has a color display. There's something more that require. Some more research It says it has in oh to analyze or onboard. But no to sell gotta check that out a little bit. There's a lot more out there and over time. I'll give you more updates from both aqualung and apex. Well that wraps up wet notes. Here on scuba shock. Radio for monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one
A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Mark Edward Langley: S. 7, Ep. 6
"I used to love be booksellers. When did you do there. Oh lord you're going back to nineteen eighty you know my my parents and family moved down there with my dad. Got transferred and It was as close by. I a job there. You know and ended up for the tunnel. Always there Started out in the back room. Receiving the books getting them all the labels and stickers and stuff and putting them out and then got beyond the register in that kind of stuff you know so ended up stocking and working that i love being down there because it was right down the street from the windmill dinner theater and a lot of actors came through doing plays there and a few of my she stop in the store to buy some stuff excellent but i got instilled in reading. Men was watching spenser for hire series on television. And one of the ladies that worked percent if you love the show who should read the books to read in the books and behold from their own. Isn't it interesting. How things often start with television I know that my love's mystery started with watching honey west way back in the day now going back more. Yeah but yeah. It's just funny. I'll have like that. You know when i got into reading rubber parker than but display in john d. Macdonald's just went from there and you know is started loving whatever. I can get my hands on all. Great stuffs well Tell us about arthur nikai. He's an interesting character. An excellent reign of former member of the special ice unit and a native american correct. Exactly how did you come up with this character not to mention his wife. Who's a news reporter. I thought that was interesting. Please tell us more. Sure i mean i. I started thinking about developing i. I took a two week vacation out there. And i traveled the route. That's in the book. So whatever i saw one that way dictated into a tape recorder and came back and transpose. It all down. You know this sort of developing characters and backstories the characters and I stumbled across. I wanted to be different in a lot of ways and other writers out there writing about that and not not as far as police goes or whatever it may be you know. But i developed arthur nikai based on my love for our kalashnikov by the native american flute player. And at the time. One of my friends. Where i worked a million years ago. It seems like now Whose first thing with arthur. So i liked the way that rain together. So i use that they'll to character that As far as his. Wife sharon goes. I actually was texting back and forth in the mornings with one of the local reporters in the nbc station here and chicago and Wanted to ask her some questions about you. Know what you give up to have this life you have. I wanted to make her real and things that happen In their life once you have that job while things you don't get to do You miss a lot of birthdays. Anniversaries you're always on the air doing something you know so. She helped out a lot with that. And i developed that curator of the other ones of jake. Bill cody which is loosely based on my grandfather large barrel chested man. You know With that so i start molding these people into what i i have now needs really interesting the way your travels informed your fiction writing. So yeah i. What was the whole plan to do that. Because you know you can't just look online and find pictures and things and do things and men do searches. you have to be there. And that's what i found out a long time ago. I told on hillerman once at the her father helped me understand the importance of descriptive sentencing. You know surrounding sect place I think robert parker helped me develop a dialogue kind of conversations in books. So i use those along with that. I had to be there. You have the smell that you have to see to taste it and feel the heat feel the cold in order to convey that to the reader in the book and a lot of people who have read my books feel like they're right there in the situation in the area. I love that.
"arthur" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"No. This is not an absolute one. That's one was eleven are posted as episode limit. Us by this either episode was somehow happens in episode laughing. Because i don't think he's in space in episode eleven. It's also studio bones. That's crazy recently. Serious lease yes. I love dilute. You don't like that leaves no i. I guess it's not for you. Then did you watch you. Don't watch stock in. Did you watch go daddy. Somebody told me to log on. I didn't make penny and stocking. Because i wanted more of the real drawing of them versus cartoony is because i'm so fixed and so when you throw into different things in me i'm like no i love that. I love the mixim ads. Yeah like three seventy dollars. Does a lot of stuff like we would animations alike. It's good but i think it may not be for you. Give it a try. I'm gonna take a lot of it's really good and really i won't say surreal. I wanna say high level but like it makes you think. Sometimes there's a really good episode partner may not get onto ninety tweezers. We will get some really excited to see whereas only sunny world comes goes out sooner boys more consistent with a lot of animation but just like a lot of weird things happening kids powers to teleport but ways animators like really weird because like breaks apart like all the scenery around and like in class ask. That's cool so anyway. It may be a little bit slow and maybe a little bit different than like what everybody is expecting but like definitely check it out. I just like my. I like my mic media's to come to be fair to me a little more ingrained ins- consistently more than like light. Okay so light. Take take montgomery right. Yeah there's some really odd she in the middle of that shit you know. There's a really odd scenes. i'm really i plays. They go to even some animation some odd colored designs. But it's not like starkly you're into this. New change team is like gradually. The arthur works you into that seen it then all of a sudden you realize there's literally like a big ass goes right here and my sister just turned into a phoenix and like i'm following a day girl and it's like you just go through the everything's normal then. One weird thing is added. Another weird thing is added and then all of sudden everything is just weird. And you're just like whoa This is crazy. And i like you better than way welfare like you me more subtle. You can completely change it. But i don't like anything. It's just like boom. now's this way. That's what it is. Not that i don't like to be a little bit of that. Space is a little bit wealthy. Okay so then that then that then i can deal with that. I check it out. Give it a fair shake because that five minutes did i knew right. section Trauma blanco's the next section is no next section is dope finding finding Aldo find it and that's okay anna and that's okay so that means we've come to then guys except for this week what's happening. I'm gonna go see the green knight with patel tomorrow and you've been really in the movies a are like oh man i love the to so much friends but man we gotta go back into another little but our governor is not gonna shut us down. No he's not so all of that decision making is gonna have come from. I have kept still wearing a mask but when when other states have like oh that's uptake. I'm staying back inside when other states will be like wish down. I'm like oh so as texas me to observe my house dan. this really turned into ordeal. They really did. I knew i knew that it was and knew we were going to have another like research and it was just a matter of time because every worry is not getting their shots. Yeah it's either. People are getting their shots and you know nobody wants you know. Nobody wants to wear fucking mask if you got a shot and then you have some people who are just. Don't wanna get the shied. It's yes massey. Think about it. I think that Uh then nigger office. In our state he should have made it a overall mandate. Don't give people choices on what they can and cannot do. And then i think that if i think for as far as the shot goes it should offer money for job should offer money for and i feel like that nigga should offer money for to feel sorry sack of shit. Anyways we forgot about the church will better. Don't rush now right so don't forget to follow us on. Our social media handles We are at k. House podcast check out our website. The comedy house podcast dot com. We will listen retire. We'd have put out a website. Okay we are here producing fire s episodes we on a ladder here so eventually post blog post will come. Y'all gotta hold on. okay listen. Rome wasn't built in a day. Okay and We tired and we grown as adults. So we don't have a lot of time but The communists house podcast dot com check out their websites What else we got. what else. Oh do you have any questions that you want to ask. Senior questions to welcome to the commie house at g mail dot com and we may read them aloud on the show real quick. I wanted to give a shoutout to One pied caster It is robert from dad. Needs to talk podcasts. Shoutout to robert Shoutout to him. He sent us an email. Just saying congratulations. Yeah what a good guy like the times said. Do you talk to him on twitter. What a great yellow robert. I know that you listened to the podcast. Because you know you shut us how you shot us out a lot so hopefully you're listening to this episode but you are such a great guy so shout out to you. He is a part of a podcast his podcast. It's called dead needs to talk. Okay okay just though black. Animate dead out here. Just you know at anime. 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"arthur" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"What shoes did she have on in her. Casket that's why your father hasn't any knees. He can breed glove boom. He can double dutch all right. Welcome to call me house this week. We talk about crystals foray into gundem ran needs a rewatch based sandy. And this week's recap of episodes five and six of keep your hands of iso can enjoy the show tommy house and we're ready to give you that scuba bob orlando's screaming. This is below. Hi i'm rid. this is crystal. I am incredibly like this. This is like a week. How'd you get here. listen My week is buried somewhere ashtray. You know what i'm saying is it makes it. I feel like he doesn't. But what i'm going to say is is. They went by a blurb at the same time. It was really slow. It's all about the about the about the feeling and i got you I feel like. I locate feel like malul addicted to my job. Why what you mean. I just think i am. I think i think the money and the fact that like good at it maybe the job and the fact that they do pay Yes what it is belong because this is the confidence i promise you. If you went to a different job was like if we saw getting paid for this regularly you'll be like just fine now. Is your we below. Oh shit yeah. It was fine. I got a new phone. I've been degraded for two weeks. Yeah going on nice nice to talk to people. Yeah i like. I think our love it It's i think the thing that aggravates me the most was fat the lake i could be onto it and i couldn't Hammer music playing anywhere. I go. I always have headphones in Have music playing 'cause I was so accessible like on my phone just like polo spotify. Like having a speaker have anything this locally saved on your phone. I couldn't even access that. I can access anything on my screen smoking. Damn it wasn't the right frame services a phone itself to get it and did some whole fucking shit who worry. I just need to buy from store next time. you know. It sucks no no. It does assume. Let me tell you what it really does when you are forced to pay for something really expensive and it's like mandatory mandatory or you have to you have to have your phone or your car insurance right Not car insurance never car insurance. Are you crazy. Dislike that some different esam. Shit you gotta pay and then you don't get nothing for it like you get like okay. You get money if a nigga hit you with a car but you don't get nothing for like something you can just tangibly having your hands. It's something really liberating about just knowing. Like i got. Gotta drop this money in being dr especially for something somewhere in the back of your mind you probably wanted anyways if you have a computer right and the ship breaks new. It costs some group. It costs a grip Got damn money gone. But at the end of the day you got this brand new toy play with That is what i think about in those types of situations it's bittersweet because this like fuck yeah saying this money but fuck are got the money and it's like ooh nagy play with this new ipad. I get to book around my new phone. we'll get. He said his damages chris. yup does feel yup. That's one of my rare moments of optimism. That i feel good. Now live this. Hopefully alphabet yagi my order rate. You know i'm back on grade Just been playing games all week. One of my game came out and Finish it all this. Is that the ranch water. I like it rich. Water is i mean. The one. I may i was scared. I was like That's i did fucked up to my friend. Today it turns out. I didn't you don't hear friend. So what about you your week. I'm the same as well as you. my weakest a little bit. I'm just going through some chaos in juice. It's a little bit above me though right a little bit. But it's a little bit above mid. I did have a silver lining this week. I think that life is about to give me a break. I pray the life is about to give me a break. I need it Buds if you know things go well. I am moving in the direction of my dreams net. Some crazy shit is crazy. Dan the look at it. That is some crazy shit and all the things that i went through last year. I i hope that the being able to you know working from home while also you know multitasking. Growing the podcast. I hope that like there. I hope all their work is help. It's paying forward now. Yeah because i would love to multitask with the podcast. And you know the other thing i want to do. But that's not business. I mean it's the friends business. Banacci friends business. Yes or no so if you know all goes well. Then the rest of y'all will be invited to the discussion but Fingers crossed fingers crossed. So the could listeners of yawkey sanjay girl. Some ju ju some prayers please do anyways. That's my chaos with a silver lining. Yup all right. Yeah first thing up is news what you got i this week. Not a damn thing. All right arthur discount. Oh yeah yeah. We talked about that before we recorded from my bed. What's his last name. his name was. Arthur he's read. It is free. Just god this nigga arthur andersen. That's the name of the show. Arthur andersen yeah. Let me say daesh you would you we. We let you say that. We can't stop. His last name was read. It's easy to figure it's our i. We oh wait a minute. So we ordered an author okay..
"arthur" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"A few days later two nights stood over king. Arthur some nights where out there fighting dragons others freeing captives and earning glory. They they were holding up a sheet over the head of the king all. He dipped his calves in the river. Things had slowed down. Since conqueror arthur became king. Arthur joined the round table. They said go on adventures. They said they're only adventure. As arthur's personal guard was to watch the king dip his sweaty feet and varicose veins. Cavs and the water so we could cool off on his trip to the castle of the dolorous guard sir night. What be or name. A voice yelled out from the other side of the river. All three men looked up to see a white haired night on his horse lance out. I i'm not a night. Arthur said i'm king arthur. C the crown. Hey where's my crown. The night beside him lowered the sheet and whispered into his ear or not crowns backed away. But i'm king arthur. Who are you the night near behind his face mask. I'm the night that's going to kill you. The night lowered is lance and charge the hapless king. Arthur splashed up from the river and then paused. Oh the attacking night. Misjudge the depth of the river. His horse was swimming with him on top of it. It was like he was riding. Through molasses arthur settled back down on the riverbank. Dina's feedback in. He looked up to his knight's still holding the sheet on sticks above his head. Well get that guy. The nights nodded. Yes they dropped the sheet and wait it out into the water. The horse was close closing in on the shallows. Arthur watched his two nights waiting through the water and the first one they are grabbed the typical lands wrenching it from the hand of the attacker. The there was honest tippy toes in grabbing distance of the horse's bridle the tacking nate shrieked and turned his horse. Kicking out at the night one night held out the attackers lance arthur gave him a thumbs up. Hey good job. The other was considering following the night. Don't do that you're in full armor. You'll drown comeback here. Arthur commanded in the night obeyed as the nights drip dried. They held up their armored gauntlets. Making a fist. No one attacks their king with impunity. They will take a whole team of nights and go after the attacker. No you'll pick up that sheet and hold it. It's hot out here. It's one guy and frankly he didn't seem all that dangerous. Arthur said that this was the clumsy est attempt on his life and he had been through a lot of them. You're staying here. Are commanded the to nightside picked up the sticks with a sheet on them and.
"arthur" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"That's all lee thinks this week. As the rest of the kingdom comes to grips with the seismic shift at the dolorous guard having fallen deserving a visit from king arthur himself if only he can get past landslides bouncer if he'd like to support the show. There's still a membership thing on the site for less than the price of alive arizona bark. Scorpion you can get extra episodes and ad free versions of the show that sadly can't survive nuclear test near as owner desert. Not sure why. That's a selling point for the scorpion. But it is anyway out. Support dartmouth podcast.
"arthur" Discussed on Movie Crush
"That. I'm late to the party. I just saw the. Hbo documentary on spielberg uh-huh. And you look at that guy just realize okay. He's the magician And he's just so good at what he does. And then you watch the documentary and you realize how hard he works right now. How much he studies and how much prep-work he does able to be the maestro on the day yeah it did when i was Working tv commercials that did work with some of those big directors. I did a couple of michael bay commercials. And i worked with tony scott and it was interesting to see the difference in those two guys. Oh yeah on set. And tony scott was the the leader of the army. Everyone loved him. Everyone would go to battle with him and he was constantly moving in just had so much positive forward momentum as a person You know since the play. Let's go do this. Pick up a camera. Let's go do that. And michael bay was just. It was the worst really damn experience. Really yeah i mean. I think we went through like three days on that job. Yeah like throwing their walkies into the grand canyon because they were so mad and these intense Just berating. He was berating the stunt drivers and It was tough. And i've made a couple of movies with them so i honestly believe he wouldn't even understand that that happened really. Yeah because i think he so he loves it so much and yes such a kid at heart. I think he just loves doing it. He wants to just go fast and be bright. I think that he wouldn't even. I think he would be like probably saw those as. Hey we're gonna have a beer. Like i don't think he that is true actually turned his He was he was never turning his eye on us. In fact i always tell the story that it's it was kinda great to be as we're kind of invisible to him so he could be having a meltdown in someone and i could be standing three feet from him and he's not like what are you looking at get outta here right. He just didn't even see me. Well he's you know he's also doing eighty five setups a day. Sure you know so. He's on a ten million dollars ford commercial or he's and he doesn't need ten million dollars he did the first batboys for twenty eight. Yeah and he's just a maniac in that way he just loves it and he wants to get every squeeze every bit of juice out of the orange he can as he's making the movie and i think that that you're changing my mind. A lot of. I've no the guy very well i've done a di- did I worked on pearl harbor with him. And he did armageddon at the studio when we were there and and the rock. And so i know him and i've been in the trenches with him right. I've gone head to head with him on some things. But i but i but i what i love about him is that it's not punitive and it's not ego it's all about the work all right and it's just a guy who has just like let's go pick up and he's excited and and yeah i'm sure he can night rough to hear this perspective and also you should never judge someone three or four days out of their life you know but i think that's the way it works. I don't think he would. I don't think he'd be like yeah right. It wasn't a great. I just think that there are certain. I just think there are certain coaches to that are like do. Have you ever watched last chance you. Yeah yeah you know you just see that coach. And i just don't i don't think he i don't think he'd like hates those kids. I think he thinks we're gonna win. And then if we win you're all ships rising tide there are i. I've worked other directors that are just complete. You know sociopathic assholes. That just mean people right right And he's not that now and you don't wanna work with those those people even even if they're great likes to shore will tied. I feel like we could talk for another hour. yes this is awesome. I would love to hang out here in atlanta anytime. Go get some dinner. Whatever anytime Thank you for picking arthur. Thank you and if you're listening and you have not seen the original. Arthur my god Just watch it yes it holds up. It's still so so funny. Has so much art and Especially when you know the story behind with the the director making his one film in passing away so young. It's just kind of one of those legendary comedies. Yep so thank.
"arthur" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Will. Yeah and just but also just his performance of how how. Where am i in relation to fuck. Because when he was drinking with that rives five hours before his wedding. Bidermann comes in and goes five hours. Yeah so it's like an animal of the day basically morning and then and then he goes to get her at the diner and he says i'm getting married in twenty minutes and so he's got a track like how sober he is. Yeah and he doesn't perfectly yeah. I love that scene in the bar. With that. Guy amazes he when dudley moore when arthur starts to get all worked up he gets up and tries to leave a couple of times see. He's not into that at all. I don't have a real. He's like And also he when when arthur is going to meet with susan's dad in the hamptons. It's my favorite sequence of my favorite comedy. Yeah well think about. He's driving drinking again. Yeah out of the bottle. And then he stops in front of the thing and industrial laugh. Oh yeah and that's when you know he's there he's there and he can he. Can he can face all the butler stuff. Are you sure you wanna be a nightclub comic. It was amazing. You choose you. Did you hate this moose. The the most stuff The for the funniest line to me is right. At the beginning. With the moose. What first of all the way they had that shot framed down low with that giant fucking snows in between them and he makes a joke and looks the moose and just because this is a tough room. But i don't have to tell you that. And then it goes where he says. Don't talk about the moose anymore. He says i killed a man and he just see slowly looks at. It doesn't say anything but it's just looks up like most god. He's so brilliant. Was he nominated for this. yes he wanted. The golden globes do nah well ordinary. People want i'm assuming ordinary people want best picture. Some assuming it was somebody from ordinary people. I didn't look it up interesting but in in in eighty one he was nominated. He won golden globe the golden globe for best comedic actor but didn't win but gielgud one. Yeah and the song one The arthur theme one right and screenplay was nominated didn't didn't win either. I'm assuming ordinary people want that as well. Yeah that i mean. there's Is soon as those opening notes. It with the the low. Orion orion orion logo. It's like that does something to my psyche. You're in from my being eleven years old movie a thousand times. Yep and you know. I don't think my parents they were pretty guarded about what i watch but I think just got away with this one. Yeah well because it was. Pg no that was probably like bugs bunny. They didn't know they thought. Oh it's fine in sub you know these subtle jokes. Were being being fed to you but it was a love story. You know it was a really sweet movie. It wasn't it wasn't too tawdry. I mean it was nineteen eighty-one so like alcoholism wasn't the kind of you didn't think about it in the same way. Then you not late for laughs and even at the end he says. I'm going to try. I promise i'll try to stay. Yeah he doesn't say. I'm not going to drink anymore. There's no there's no and you realize when the grandmother says no there's never been a boku has been a working class back right. She says your your your son will be president or senator. you realize they. He's all they've got. Yeah there's nobody else right. So the the line ins with him. And i was thinking. Also speaking of the arthur remake. I was thinking about the sequel arthur on the rocks. I did see that. But i don't remember much. Problem is his arc is so closed. It's over right so he starts off as a child ends as an adult. He even says grown up right and so you. There's nowhere to go. Yeah yeah it's not like a superhero. Where then you just send are thrown into venture knows a complete so tried to reset and so then you just ended up going through the same. Even the plot. I don't i don't remember was married in drunk and having to try to i can't remember what the the actual plot was but that was arc of his character just reset. And you saw this like. Why am i watching this again. You know that was the problem in buildings in it but it's just such a perfect character arc of a guy who's growing up a kid who's growing up. That's why we all loved it at our ages. Yeah yeah it's interesting. Any also has. That moment was susan when he gets engaged. A couple of i mean that's a pretty pivotal scene He's being forced to do this. He does it anyway. He says this is who i am. And basically like this is who you're marrying you know that. And then the second he pops the question and she says yes he wants to leave. Yeah he wants to go home. He feel sick. He wants to go pass out basically. Yeah and the amazing thing about that scene. She orders food and he's just got a silver tray with a full glass of scotch and he's that move occasionally in restaurant. Yes on an empty plate. Two lines i sometimes say generally when i'm in vegas one is engine room with god. It's great and the second one is. I'm going to need one. My doctors advised me and you tend to these tendencies in our. Oh man. I've done the engine room thing is you rarely see an actual telephone these days so occasionally if i actually the place where i have a telephone i'll pick it up and go engine room with.
"arthur" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Yeah the casting of anneli. You mentioned earlier I remember as a kid thinking. I was eleven in admitted. Now that sounds terrible. But i just remember as a kid thinking like. She's not very good looking like she's not who is that. Yeah like i didn't know who she was and now I didn't know any of her background. Or the judy garland stuff and i just remember thinking like why. Didn't they catch some bombshell. Is that's what you're used to seeing and as an eleven year old. That's certainly what you wanna see ya. But from the moment she steps on that screen they just their chemistry there like Some old like married comedy couple. That's been doing it for a hundred years. They're so good together. And what's funny about lies on that first scene in the Bergdorfs is you can tell. She's in a totally different movie. Yeah she came with her whole wardrobe hair. Spurring that crazy redhead had cost the whole outfit. And it's steps on screen like i'm in. I'm give a fuck. I don't care what everybody else is stressed out. I'm in the movie in this out at big yellow coat yellow code red hat but and and she's holding a ferrari bag. Yeah so it's like. She's she's she's you know and that's also what helped because it wasn't just i thought i think you know it's apocryphal. Because everybody says everybody was in every movie right now. But i do. I did do some research. And they did want debra winger and she couldn't get her head around it would have been great amazing cast in your head credible. Yes she's really great and they work so well together That scene and it. It's it's sorta hard when you do a comedy like this to not just like say your favorite lines. So just cherry picked a few there but That scene has a couple of my favorites. Was when he's talking about the perfect crime and you know you know. Some girls were ties so it's not a perfect time. It's a good crime. And then gielgud goes if she moded that i would be the perfect exactly. He you know i. I read to research for this little. I did do some reading about it. He he would literally turn allies and goes. I am being funny like what's happening. Everybody was like just keep going. Don't try he was so good. Oh 'cause his eyes he'll something casually he all he had so many good ones and then you get to that crazy. Third act turn. Yes one of my favorite third acts movie ever and just that moment where he says. I'm scared yes oh yeah yeah and you just everything just. And he's not scared for him. He scare for arthur. Yes because as being okay with dying yes. Yeah it occurred to me last night how i never really noticed that arthur has learned so much from him. Arthur deals with his pain through jokes because hobson does. Yeah and hobson. He's he's dealing with his death. Yes through making humor out of yeah and then just that turn were though he he. Everybody says you look like shit yeah. He says he never seen me sober. Yeah it's just so incredible and there's two to read that scene where he's giving the toys to hopson one is that he's just a kid right. The other doesn't know what to do the other. He's trying to distract hobson dying. And you know what the train is. Obviously from his Just that's their thing. But i just love it. Gives them the hat and he goes fi. Start to die. Take this off me. It's not the way. I wanted to be remembered but you can see him just playing here. Just don't feel bad like he doesn't know how to deal with it so he's just trying to distract him from this moment of dying. Yeah and i think that stuff really works because you see the behind the scenes stuff that hobson doesn't see which is him in the hallway ordering the special meals and he doesn't want his last meal to be jello and he he stepped up. You know the movie really needed that. I mean it's one of my favorite third x. To arthur only uses money to try to help other people or make people happy. It makes you happy. Yeah and there's a really critical moment in the movie where he gives her the hundred thousand dollar check and she rips it up and then i had tries which is one of the best acting moments you just hear. Oh for the other room because that is really thank kind of the crux of the whole thing of like money doesn't make you happy right but also has one of the greatest endings of doesn't i took the money. I'm not crazy right but it's also about money can't buy you happiness. You have to find love. You have to find those people that have and take care of and is the. It is hard to be alone. I it's it's it's a. It's a really fascinating movie because i think when most people i think of it They do think of like all those great line. Yucca thought i was just doing great with you. Yeah you think of all those just really hilarious lines but under the joke down is insane. It's just crazy. I don't know how you write a movie. This densely packed with jokes. Either either and they'll have so much heart in. Yeah drama and i kept looking at like if there was some improv stuff to like. I was like going while i wonder. How much dudley improv i. read the script. Well you can. The problem is i mean not the problem. The amazing thing is you see when you over that may was an improv and then it ties in later so improper unless they wrote it down and say oh. We're going to pay like these things. Were so carefully plotted. Yeah you know. And there's so many like little tangents like just the scene with the guy who sells them flowers. You you need five. Yeah no and him do earn the difference you feel in love and then he says. Buy flowers for that girl you saw on the bus. Yeah like he remembers these things and says to people Do this for your wife right as yeah and then and then later on you know and and just the fun of i by ten in green. I don't wear sweaters anywhere sweaters. The whole movie. Yes saying that just to kind of appease the person. He's he's buying it from all these little tiny things that are layered in. Yeah that are pulled through so elegantly. Yeah and i gotta believe. It came from sitcom writing where he just put it all in there and just insanely because dudley so talented. They all words. Yeah because nine times out of ten you know like you go back and you look at the judge movies you know. He's throwing to not all working so you pull them out agree. It definitely was..
"arthur" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Hey everybody and welcome to movie crush. Friday interview addition live in. Everybody is the first time. I've actually met with the guest face to face since Boy i'm trying to remember who the last person even was. I have to go back in the old calendar but it was some time in probably february or march twenty twenty but Today i had a great opportunity to sit down and talk to todd garner Todd is a name you may not know but if you start looking at his imdb page. You will be a little intimidated because todd is movie producer in. He has his fingerprints on a lot of big movies. He was the Think co president of production at disney for ten years and Just a freelance producer for many many years. I think after that and before that he's been doing it for a couple of decades movies like thirteen going on thirty and triple x. and the the mall cops series which we have a fun little talk about and Boy you know once we kind of got into the discussion realize just how many movies todd has worked on. It's great and we had never met before but he was in town working on a movie. He is stuff you should know. End movie crush listener and he reached out just to say hi and i said let's get you in. The studio turns out is a great guy and he picked a great movie. One of my favorite all-time comedies The movie from nineteen eighty-one. Starring dudley moore and mayes manila and sir john gielgud arthur. Such a great film and we really had a great talk about it so Without any further delay here we go with the super bowl super. Nice my new powell. Todd garner on arthur them sitting here in person for the first time in sixteen.
"arthur" Discussed on Bolton Fan TV
"Could. I did get a little bit. Look given the own-goal bought you know as football a still three points we take it. Yeah i mean first of all. Let's talk about the. Monday is on fire. Well okay we're maybe thinking of different people john. Yeah i will get onto that person. The ball on fire and declan john. He's rarely coming into his own. You know possibly. E god's the win last game you know binding goal. And he's got into again yesterday. I i winnable for karl. Rove mentioned is lawyers across the top out. No i mean dr john on a sled he was just he was amazing yesterday. You know he gets the gold. Suppose you know backing the game. He then forces the own goal to that gals leveling the game. I mean an insensible to a like honestly declan joan amazing player like. He's an amazing player. He's taking awhile to set sail in an you know get his stride. But it's happened is better than us. And obviously we can't really ask the mole from in red and obviously the other man is on form as tyler. Just mentioned also still can't say them but yeah arthur hitch pensioners. The commentators called them to christ. Four se jenner whole. Yeah i don't know about that. But anyway and i'm just gonna keep calling him off. I just zero so he literally lives down the road. If you don't know what i'm talking to. Tyler is looking a little bit older along. Basically in his interview for seinfeld cloak. He said that one of the reasons he signed for was because he lives down. The road team bombing on his lead author has been immense. You know and whether he's coming off the bench or whether we stein he's influence in the game and he's winning games he's just he's an amazing. Jesus us i mean off the bench backers agog as into a and then completely flipped the game on its head its mental. I mean. Obviously i think another question the answer to this d think offers a very good sign in verse one hundred percent ball signing froze art you said can comes onto the pitch game. Changes dial may depend on the favoring on brings home for them.
"arthur" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Is. They were preached by by priests To go out and go and get into jerusalem and get rid of the muslims right but then the pre said say that on the way you have the worst people wall those jews and you need to kill them to then they they quote for various parts of when jesus has to say you know they are my enemies all of this all of those things kind of coming out of constantine so the crusades in there were four of them basically wiped out one after the other of all the jews in europe. And there's even a children's crusade for kids under the age of six need. They were vicious that. That reminded me. So much of say the hitler youth movement or something that had that same year i i never heard of that by the way i learned a lot in the book and i never heard heard of that. They they their pictures in the entire about hanging Animals that were and double looking people who were who were the who the the the myths where that said. They were part of the devil because the gospel john said exactly that. And so they're hanging you know people with funny faces and tails like the devil and they were jews arthur You're familiar of course with the expression to coon alum. We know you are which is to do for the world give back be helpful and support your neighbor and do what you can to make the world a better place so now. It's a perfect segue. Your life changed in a big way and this is a very important part of the story. you've written this book which is part history. And that's part your own story nine when you were fifty one years old. You were just taking a bike ride and suffered a very life changing accident. Tell my audience in me. Just a bit more about that. Well i was.
"arthur" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Place in young. Jews had no place to hide from daily exposure to polite anti semitism and christian denigration of the jewish faith at the same prep schools. This was the time of the gentleman's agreement. When assimilation was encouraged. Many young jews founded easier to blend in rather than assert their particularity. It was the time of the melting pot in nineteen forties and nineteen fifties america. Now it's a pleasure to welcome author historian and philanthropist. Arthur yulia arthur. Thank you for joining us on my. I've read a lot of history about the jewish people being jewish myself. But i never read quite the history of anti-semitism in such a profound and historic and and easy to understand way. So thank you for that arthur. Glad how is the purpose. Well it fulfil the purpose. The book again as we said in the introduction has called matthew mark luke john dot dot dot and me growing up jewish in a christian world. I wanna take chronologically..
"arthur" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Arthur we are back with his doctor either very this is what's your rank you're wondering what are we doing on a Sunday morning well we are here listening to you and listening to your phone calls and we've got lots of phone calls on the board so Lenora and read I want you to hang on the phone wait just will get to you after the ten thirty hour because we've got a great interview coming up that before we even get to that I was talking about skin care and we were talking about toxicity of skin care products to the skin so that's number one we want to stop the toxic products then we want to use the products the things that really do make a difference and that's very important so it's kind of the reverse of of building a house we built a house we build the first the the the foundation and put the walls up when I look at scanned the first thing I do is look at the finishes it's like the finishing a you know the wallpaper the paint of your house we want to first address the quality of your skin because if you go into surgery with rough Swansea skin it's irritated you know you're not going to do as well and it takes a while in till into we get your skin looking better so yes it's improving your skin with skin care but then then we address you know it's up to you it's kind of dealers choice whether or not we address the fine wrinkles and the with non invasive type procedures or whether or not we do actual surgery with a facelift or eyelid lifter brow left or something of that nature that is up to you and I was so my patients there is no right or wrong when we're dealing with that unlike you know if you go into the general surgeon you've got some abdominal pain and they say your gallbladder needs to come out you really don't have a choice you've got to have your gall bladder taken out otherwise you're going to be in big trouble but if you come into my office and you say well you know I have sacking gels and I've got the scan extra skin of my neck and I also have all these wrinkles around my mouth and I'm just looking older now what is the right thing besides the fact that yes we start you on on good skin care besides that fact well there's no right or wrong whether or not we do first address the fine wrinkles which is with fillers and botox and things of that nature of maybe lasers and off there or whether or not we go ahead and operate so we're gonna continue this topic after ten thirty but before that we've got a great cast we have Deana minus Vincent is that the the way to pronounce your name is Vincent it is thank you well thank you very much for taking time now ms minus Benson is the vice president for social impact and community investment at our W. J. Barnabas health now nearly three years ago are W. J. Barnabas health once the social impact and community investment practice that's where collective impact approach impact approach we a key driver in their mission and it's gonna be a lasting legacy for the organization it's very important this is actually critical and goes right to why we have hospitals hospitals are not just providers of medical care they're they're very important in the community now so the are W. J. Barnabas health has made a commitment to being in and of the communities that they serve having an impact that reaches outside hospital doors not only to treat disease but to help a verdict and improve long term well being so Deanna might as Vincent is the vice president of social impact in community investment practice I've are W. J. Barnabas health he joins us today to talk about how factors outside the hospital walls outside the operating room the social determinants of health and specifically housing can impact our health thanks so much I really do appreciate taking your time on this weekend a Sunday morning I've taken away from you so thank you so much this might have been sent thank you for having me okay so to begin can you explain to our visit our listeners what the social determinants of health are we all know you know getting sick what it means to get the flu and have gallbladder pain for instance but one of the social determinants sure your means of help are defined as those factors that relate to the social economic behavioral and environmental factors that affect our health outcomes so those things such as the inability to access healthy food heat or medicine lack of quality education core work environments and even things like such as smoking weight stress and sleep quality it was a very long list in fact the research demonstrates to us that eighty percent of all of our health outcomes are due to the social determinants of health and they really affect not only your health outcomes but your life expectancy so take for instance where I grew up in Trenton New Jersey it has the average life expectancy of sixty nine years compared to the life expectancy of a main thoroughfare in Princeton where someone it is expected to live in till the age of ninety the twenty one years longer and just twelve miles miles away less than a half marathon please see our zip code has more to do with our health and life expectancy than our genetic code yeah that that's absolutely astounding statistic you just gave the and that it really is amazing and and it it does go to all there's all sorts of factors that come into play what people eat you know what people serve in faith in schools the S. school cafeterias I think you know it's it's sets children up for a lifetime of maybe eating good food or or bad food I think but how does how does housing fit into the the picture here sure housing is a huge factor in our health outcomes where we live work and play he has a tremendous impact on our overall health it provides both immediate health outcomes and hold term health outcomes so first let's take for instance a young girl who's an asthmatic if in fact cheaper than in the emergency room and she has the very best clinical care her doctor gave her a nebulizer treatment and send them home with the right man but she's going home to a environment that has carpet and curtains and perhaps a pet then she's going to continue to return to the emergency department and not because she didn't get great clinical care it's because her housing is not safe for her particular condition we also have to think about the long term outcomes of safe and affordable housing if you don't have affordable housing people are gonna be stressed out money is very very core arguments and things like that is stressing people out and research bears out that safe and affordable housing reduces stress and that children do better in school and have higher lifetime earnings you know that is a it's it's just really amazing and how how your social situation affects your health we kind of understand that when someone doesn't get good quality care but it extends beyond that and the life expectancy statistic you just gave was a actually astounding all right so now you talk about housing and it we all understand homelessness and men New York has so many homeless people are there a lot of homeless people in New Jersey there are New Jersey as you know with the second richest state in the nation however it is it has the seventh highest percentage of homeless individuals in the country behind large states such as New York as you stated California Florida Texas on Washington and Oregon and New Jersey has over eighty eight hundred people were homeless and we're talking about people who live on the street or in shelters or couch there so moved from house to house in sleep no one friends are relatives couches and beyond that we would be remiss if we did not talk about the nearly two million New Jersey and that sleep in or live in households that are overcrowded or that do not have proper plumbing facilities or kitchen facilities or the more than fifty percent of New Jersey in to overspend on their housing costs so if we're talking about fifty percent that we're talking about our friends and our relatives and so that's why are W. J. Barnabas helped out it had to address safe and affordable housing it's a real issue how are they doing that sure we have a variety of programs we work closely with diverse local state and national partners to co designed long term sustainable evidence based programs and repair policy data research advocacy to proactively addresses the systemic issues that will eliminate disparities and foster equity so now is this all over the state or what communities what towns in New Jersey is are W. J. working in sure we have five active housing project at the moment they are currently in Middlesex County in Somerset County in Hudson and I can tell you a little bit about each one if that would be helpful yeah I'd love to hear maybe we can take one as an example because you know we we all know about hospitals we know about going to the emergency room and getting treated for an illness but the hospitals have now evolved there at the core part of society now and it's just wonderful that are W. J. B. H. is actually helping engineer good health and different ways other than just selling people up in the emergency room tells about one of these definitely so and out there to together because they're fairly similar we have coming home Middlesex County and familiar faces in Jersey city where we work with high utilized there's of the emergency department shelters and correctional facility and we assess them for their social determinants of health and we will rock provide them with a full compendium of services along with a case worker that can follow them through and if they are really good match and want long term now then because individuals who don't want long term housing due to behavior health issues we are provided rental assistance vouchers from the New Jersey department of community affairs and we get them into housing and this has been a huge win for instance we had one gentleman who he would go to the emergency room four times a month as well as he would be admitted probably four or five times a year and his length of stay would be four times four days each occurrence and since he got enrolled in the program which was about this time last year he had been going to the emergency room one so is health has improved I'm sure his stress factors have improved and his health outcomes and healthcare costs have decreased so that's a real win for us it really really is that's that's that's a wonderful success story and I hope there are many many more like that I'm speaking with Deanna minus Benson who is the vice president of social impact and community investment at our W. 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