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Theology Gals Rewind Worship
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You don't think it's sufficient the do what we have to do so we have to wake up to what's happening recognized. The problem really is our lack of theology. Autumn and and welcome to Theology Gals I'm cooling sharp and Angela Whitehorn is my co host and today we have a topic that is it's going to be it's going to be a challenge to to keep this podcast short and when I was looking at my notes I was like Oh that is a lot of notes. Maybe we should split this up into do. We're GONNA be talking about worship just real quick before we get to today's topic of just wanted to mention again the the conference in New Jersey on suffering and I'll be speaking at one of the breakout sessions and Justin Peters will be speaking and a couple other people. There's there'll be information in episode notes so if you're in the area of freehold New Jersey or close enough to maybe drive up for the day. 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And Yeah I can link it in the episode notes and specifically talked about and we'll talk briefly about regulative principle of worship on this episode of. You don't know what that is but we were really talking about about what things are included in worship and we will address that also on this podcast but I really wanted to talk about what worship is and what worship is is not. I'm sure Angela like me. You have just seen some not great examples definitely gently definitely You know we've seen all kinds of crazy things in the corporate worship service I think I may have said this on an episode before I've seen everything from flag-waving as worship to You Know Churches Canceling Services and saying we're going to have a picnic and that's our worship instead just Just a very wide range of bizarre and end Incorrect ideas about what worship is. Yeah you know we talk a lot. When we talk about the reformation and the reformers performers we talk a lot about justification by faith alone and the five solas and and maybe the doctrines of grace but worship was a very important theme in the time of the reformation? And this week I read a lot of Calvin because if you want to read on worship he has some great things to say because even at the time of the reformation he had Calvin had concerns that matters of worship that people wanted to please themselves more than God. Yes and. Isn't that sound familiar right now. And I just have a quick quote from him and he says and undoubtedly. This is the origin of all superstitions. That men are delighted with their own own inventions and choose to be wise in their own is rather than restrain their senses in obedience to God and that that's kind of going to be the theme of of this whole episode is what does God say worship is and how we should worship. Yeah I was reading some Calvin today. Hey preparing for this episode and it really is true that he was very concerned that that people were really designing worship around their own pleasure and he makes a very strong case. That essentially makes it not worship anymore. It's it's just Entertainment and personal enjoyment exercise And so I think that's something that we can Most most of us really can relate to Especially reformed folks having come out of Evangelical Ism but I think sometimes to folks who are still in Evangelical Ism. I think we hear oftentimes people. I know this was true for me when I was in a more. Broadly Evangelical Church There were times when I would think you know I don't know about the fog machine that really for God and but not having a theology to be able to say yeah the fog machines things out instead what I was really thinking my mind is that doesn't make sense to me. I don't like it and so I was thinking to myself this is a preference issue. I guess it must be fine. And of course what I'm saying right there is very Lightly touching on regulative principle. And we're GONNA talk about way more than regular principle. But I think this this is a really important topic because almost all of us can relate to it and I think it's so it should be such an important aspect of our faith. Just like the reformers emphasized emphasized. How important worship was and I can't remember which episode was but I remember We had. Maybe you'll remember Angela. We talked about how often the the Christian life is seen as this very individual thing that you do and you know you show up for on Sunday morning for a little edification. But it's not central to your Christian faith and practice and so let's start out with a just kind of some basic definitions of what worship is and you know me. I love looking it under the Canary. I'm going to be known for that. But I only wrote down part of what they had but it said chiefly an imminently that act of paying divine honours to the supreme being or the reverence homage paid to him and religious exercises consisting in adoration confession prayer Thanksgiving and the like also saw Definition that worship is drawing near to the holy one Yes and I love. What are Westminster Confession says in Chapter Twenty One This is from the I Paragraph the light of nature shows that there is a god who has lordship and sovereignty overall is good and does good good unto all aw and is therefore to be feared loved praised called upon trusted in and served with all the heart and with all all the soul and with all the might but the acceptable way of worshiping. The True God is instituted by himself and so limited by his own revealed will that he may not be worshipped. According to the imaginations and devices of men or the suggestions of Satan under any visible representation or any other way I'm not prescribed in the holy scripture that right there is such a great summary to. We're going to talk about today because it does hit on the regular principal worship too but also why we worship why we worship and and how we worship and we are going to talk very specifically about worship and I have a lot of confession and catechism that we won't get to today and if you'd like to read with the confession and catechism has to say and I always tried to link the one of the sites that has the proof tax where you can kind of click on on the proof text and the verse POPs up. I really appreciate. Those sites worship is is important and you know if you read through goodness the Old Testament you know that worship was extremely namely important and yes things have changed from the different ceremonial laws that were required in Old Testament. But what hasn't changed is the importance of worshiping. The one true. God Yes It's interesting I was reading something this morning thing about Calvin and worship and There is an interesting thought in there that even in Kelvin's time he was Well you've already talked about this a little bit. He was dealing with some things that in the church's worship that needed reforming icons is music. And all of the different elements of worship he wrote Quite a few Forms for worship Liturgy Energy for worship and It's it was a very interesting thought. he was speaking thing about A different a different tradition that Believed that really anything that is not it. Forbidden is fine for worship and he was talking about how that ultimately always involves man's inventions being substituted for true worship and He was talking about how Leviticus Give some forms arms for worship in the Old Testament and he actually says just because Leviticus isn't in the New Testament doesn't mean that we don't Still still have forms for worship and I thought that that was really brilliant because that is sort of an important way that we view the scripture in Reform Theology is that we view it as a whole. You know we don't we don't take the New Testament and say that this is more important than the Old Testament and I just really enjoyed that thought because I I think that that was speaking against an error. That is still very prevalent today. Yeah and it was amazing to me reading Calvin just and and even some of Luther that they were dealing with versions of this and their time to You know I I wanted to go over some wrong understandings of worship before before we kind of dig into a biblical understanding of worship. So I think this is a really big one in even in our group we've had situations were someone will say worship and people think it means the singing before the sermon. So if you've not been in a lot of typical evangelical churches coaches today. They're kind of liturgy. If if you WANNA call it. That is You know you go and it's twenty minutes of singing and and that's often referred to as a worship. I remember as a teenager where people would say. I didn't like the worship at that church. And what they meant. Was the singing before the sermon. And you know when I was growing up we actually called the worship service because the whole entire services worship. I don't really recall whether my church called at the Worship Service Growing up but I do. I do sort of recall that we had worship team. I do think that the music was called worship in the sermon was called the sermon. I definitely hear Churches Still I've been members of churches before that refer to the music as worship. You've got the worship leaders worship ministers and it's interesting because it does sort of give you that idea that worship is singing and everything else sort of falls into some other category and of course We don't believe that's correct. The entire worship service is What we would call worship and I think a couple other I would say eh really kind of popular wrong view of worship is that worship is about experiencing something Yes that's definitely definitely flowing out of worship being primarily about me and of course you know this is a wrong understanding of worship but it's not one that people will say explicitly lately you know. No one's going around actually saying hey guys worships about me you know. We know better than that. But the attitude sneaks in its evidence evidence in the practices you know when when Just like you said when the Worship Service Time is almost. I all spent on singing with the lights out with the swaying and the fog machine. And it's to encourage emotional response from me you know. What are we putting our focus on is it makes it about me Even a lot of lyrics to a lot of songs that are sung in churches now are about what I conquer and you make me strong and all of these things that are ultimately about me. It's it's definitely a wrong understanding Driving from experience. Yeah you see a big difference between just the rich words of some of the old hands and some of the new worship songs like I've told this story before in high school my my friend and and I realized one night that we we could take several of the worship songs change you know Jesus Boyfriend's name and it worked for a lot of the songs that that's not good. Yeah definitely that's Definitely showing that those songs are An emotional analyzed and a romanticized view of God and You know if you stack up a song like that against let's say a psalm There really is no comparison. You know and I would say that. So some worship services also tend towards an entertainment sort of approach. And especially when you have like seeker sensitive worship services so they're the worship service is not for the corporate corporate worship of God by his people but rather to entertain people and keep them in some of the church growth movement was all about. How how do we get the people here and and keep them here like Willow Creek when they started? That's that's a big mega church. They were one of the. They were very influential in the eighties and nineties and A lot of the mega church churches that were popping up and my husband actually went there after he became a Christian and until RC sprawl spoke there any bombs books. But you know they had the skits and they actually on Sunday mornings. Those were the outreach outreach services and then they had like the services for people that are Christians on think like Wednesday and Thursday nights. And you know so. Oh allotted times but even with the services that were for Christians. There was I went to one once. it was just very entertaining. Sometimes you don't even WanNa sing along much much because the music is so loud you know. I can't even hear myself saying Yeah I you know it's funny. You mentioned Willow Creek when The church where I grew up Well where I live now is actually very near Willow Creek But the church where I grew up. spar away from here Sent Worship Team members to the Willow Creek conference several years in a row To pick up these techniques and sort of things and One of the things that I remember is it didn't really just stop at the music. It extended into the sermon as well. Just like you said like sometimes turning turning it into skits instead I remember a lot of object lessons you know. The sermon includes a long period of time with a bunch of water and beakers. Getting you know back and forth and it's supposed to teach you something or there's a lot of ping pong balls and there's a story here and I even saw video about a year ago at a very seeker sensitive church Where the pastor had a giant water gun and was spraying the congregation with the water gun and And so it's very very hard when you just isolate and think okay. We're spraying water gun. Then in the worship service is this pleasing to. It's very hard for me to arrive at. Yes this is pleasing to God And so so this is one of the things that I love about. Reformed worship. Theology is that it gives me a theological solid understanding for why yes. Yeah that's that's not okay. That is not what God has prescribed. to worship him right. Is that more about me. Or is that more about God and the the last one of these wrong views on worship and this is not an exhaustive list at all. But this is something that you will run into in an there may be even some of our listeners. That hold to this and that that's a neo calvinistic view that all of life is worship and that's something that that I don't believe in Angela doesn't believe in right and of course The issue here is that that does not adequately distinguish between sacred sacred and secular. And so when I have Heard this all of life is worship. It's interesting you said Neo calvinism. That is exactly The circles where I have heard this My husband and I used to be members of neo. CALVINISM church for several years and Definitely heard this this type of talk. All of life is worship. And I'll tell you what this phrase was used to do. Ultimately is to downplay downplay the importance of the gathered assembly. And so I remember there being a time when a pastor preached at this church that hey a if your neighbor's yard needs mode and you would like to do that on Sunday morning instead of come to church. I encourage you to do that. All of life is worship and Of course we would sharply disagree with that We of course we are not against against Acts of mercy on the Sabbath however we do not believe that. Mowing your neighbor's lawn instead of going to the corporate gathering is a good substitute for corporate worship. It is not And so you know this this phrase driving down the road and going the speed limit. That's worship this is not distinguishing well between sacred and secular and when we say worship we mean something very specific. I I'm thinking again of a quote of Calvin That I was reading This week and this is actually a statement by Robert Godfrey talking about what Calvin believed about worship. He says for Calvin worship was not a means to an end worship was not a means to evangelize or entertain worship was an end in itself. And you know Calvin believed in. So do we think this is great theology. That worship is the key meeting place of God and his people it is. When there's there's a thing that we call dialogue coal worship it's dialogue? It's back and forth. If you read some of the Liturgy. What is happening is that there is something being from the word of God? And then there's the congregation's response and it's back and forth. It's God meeting with his people and he promises to meet with us through through the word and sacraments. That's very special. It's very unique. It's not happening by yourself when you're driving down the road going the speed limit. It's very very different categories And so we would say all of life is worship is a category air. And let me mention if you're not familiar a million with the the label neo calvinist You can read about Abraham Kuyper and you'll find some of what we talked about there in capers burst teaching and I wanted to mention a couple of things also that that that's more one kingdom approach and so they're using different different categories altogether a different approach altogether where we would hold to a more two kingdom approach but one the things I wanted to address in talking about. All of life is worship. Some people might say. But what about vocation. Because aren't we supposed to be doing all to the glory of God and and so that but that is different when we're talking about doing all to the glory of God and our vocations whether as MOMS or employees or All sorts of things doing all to the glory of God is distinguished from what we're talking about when we're talking about worship here scripture if you look in the Old Testament a you know a lot. I've I've done some studying recently. You know there's there's talk of idolatry you know so who we worship as is important. And there's so many verses even in Matthew Morton then Jesus said to him begun Satan for it is written. You shall worship the larger God and and him only so and I think in in regards to idolatry We've talked about idolatry and other times. But I have this quote from John. Knox all worshiping honoring or service invented by the brain of Man Dan. The religion of God without his own express commandment is idolatry. The mass is invented by the brain of Man Without any commandment of God therefore airport is idolatry so Even you'll see in the old testament them worshipping false gods but I think we also need to think in terms of of of idols that we have and then So we have who who we worship and then how we worship and we're going to kind of talk about that right now right Just talking about the wrong understanding of worship before we leave that one thing that I hear often Even sometimes I hear. This criticism within reformed circles is that reformed worship is devoid of feeling or emotion and I think we've talked about this on some other episodes but I just want to say again that that's really not true And I found it really wonderful in my reading this this week. That John Calvin Actually felt that there should be a wide range of emotion in our worship and he was speaking a little bit against a different view that really elevated the emotion of joy and elation in worship above all else and so he says that we should experience a wide range of emotion. We should experience lament We should experience broken us over sin and we should experience rejoicing and Just a wide range. I have a quick little quote here from Calvin for the principle which the STOIC JOE IX assume and that's a philosophy that says that we shouldn't experience or express emotions that all the passions and perturbations and like diseases is is false and has its origin and ignorance for either to grieve or fear or to rejoice or to hope is by no means repugnant to reason so emotions and reason are not set against one another nor does it interfere with tranquility in moderation of mind it is only excess or intemperance which corrupts what what else be pure and surely grief anger desire. Hope fear are affect all of our unfailing nature implanted in us by God to end such as we may not find fault with without insulting God himself. So He's saying God gave you emotions. They came from him and so oh to completely askew all emotion and say you know. We don't experience any emotions in our worship that would be insulting to God. We do experience emotions in our worship and that is part of how we worship God. I think one of the problems with what we see a lot around chess is that experiencing something experiencing some sort of emotion and I think it's often not even join necessarily early. But some sort of euphoria we've talked about how some of even the way that music is written the actual music is intended to produce the to you result in those emotions the here and so. I think it's very different even in the emotions that we're speaking of here and we see we see emotions being experienced in scripture. Means you read the Psalms there. There's a lot of promotion going on their aunt. I ant talking of worshiping the Lord so We're GonNa talk just now how we should worship John. Four twenty three and twenty four says but the Hours coming and is now here. When the true worshipers will worship the father in spirit and truth for the father is seeking such people to worship him? God is spirit it and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth and I was thinking this week really what that must mean to worship in truth so if we're told to worship in truth. Where is our standard for truth? It's the word of God. Yes it's the word of God right right and so so we're told to worship and truth and our where do we get truth from the word of God you know I love that thought because It one of the things that I read was about Kelvin's four principles for worship and if you Go out looking in his writings for for you know Where he's written an article that says here's the four principles for worship? You're not gonNA find that He. He doesn't really summarize it quite that way. But these are Sort of some scholars have pulled the principals that he repeatedly comes back over and over and his institutes in his other writings but the four principles that that he pushes on With our worship the primary one is that the word of God must be central and so we read the word. We sing the word. We preach the word and we see the word in the administration of the sacraments and that is because we are commanded to worship God in spirit and in Truth and our source of truth is the word of God and we should mention if if you do read. Calvin you'll find that Calvin even uses the phrase the rule of worship when he speaks of it. You know something. The I was really convicted of and I was newly reformed so I hadn't thought this through a lot but just the lack of reverence that there is sometimes in in worship ship services especially some of the modern evangelical ones and Hebrews twelve twenty eight says therefore since we receive a kingdom which which cannot be shaken. Let us show gratitude by which we may offer to God an acceptable service with reverence an off and so thinking even been reverence and in our worship yes absolutely Going back to those emotions one of the things that Calvin said about those emotions motions is that talking about worshiping in spirit and in truth one of the fruits of the spirit is self control and so we we are able to experience emotion and experience a response to what God is saying to us in the in the service service through his word we experience a response and we also have self control and we do things decently and in order And that is part of having that reverence So speaking of of reverence and what it is from the Bible Dictionary we have. The root idea of reverence is fear fear. It is used to express attitude towards God himself as is in psalms eighty nine seven and respect or honor paid to a worthy object. And that I think is is an a very important aspect of worship but were told to fear God like in the definition that that you read and I did want to mention didn't want to neglect to mention and were mentioned. I know we're mentioning Calvin Semaj just because he was so much. Great stuff on worship but bet calvin actually saw worship at primarily as something that God does and in our coach to worship is connected to our Covenant Theology Geology so he saw something God does namely a confirmation of his covenant to his assembled people right and going back to that the idea of dialogue worship. You know a lot of people today are looking for. What is God saying to me? What is you know hearing God's speak And this this is where God speaks is through his word and in the worship service that's where we can Access that and we believe that. God what is doing something for us through his word This is a quote from Robert Godfrey in the simplicity of the Spirit's power. Christ is present among his people in the preaching and the sacraments that special that Christ has promised To be there in those things in a way that's very different from when I'm just in my home Or when I'm driving down the road you know the article that Angela's quoted from from Robert Godfrey where he talks about Calvin worship. We're going to link that in the episode notes. And I'm a link a section from Kelvin's institutes that I really appreciate and and it's actually regarding the law but Calvin talked about the first four commandments. As relating to the worship of God and we've spoken before about how the ten commandments are split into the first table of the law and the second table the law so the first table of the law being being the first four commandments. So those specifically he believed having to do with the worship of God Calvin and said that we say then that the worship of God is the beginning and foundation of righteousness. So when we're talking about obedience obedience to the Law of God and Righteousness Calvin is saying. Worship is important to that. So part of our obedience as believers in gratitude for what Christ has done is worship right and you know this is going to that third use of the law I also read a little bit of the chapter that we're talking about from Kelvin's institutes and he talks about how that third use of the law is four believers. I and so it's it's very It's beautiful it's nice and neat. The way that the worship service is is the assembly gathered of believers. And that's where we are going to be stirred up with affection and stirred up towards love and good deeds to obey that the law the first table. I have a another quote. I know we have so many many good people people smarter than us in this is from Zachariah your sinus. And he says it must be commanded by God. No creature has the right or power to institute due to the worship of God but good works we speak of moral good and the worship of God are the same so there again just like Calvin this is part of our obedience. It's to God that we worship him and he were. We worship him in the ways that he's commanded one of the things I'm GonNa link Like I said earlier. All the reformed cataclysms and confessions that address worship. But one I am going to link. Westminster shorter catechism. Forty five five through sixty two where it talks about the commandments. And there's I'm not gonna read all of it But you can see how it connects to worship by reading within these Catechism questions so on ninety six it says what does God require in the second commandment where not to make an image of God in any way nor to worship him in any manner other than he has commanded in his word. So it's not just we. We haven't talked about the second commandment in regards to the fact we should not make images or pictures of Jesus and or any Eh depictions of the Trinity. But it's also about the correct worship of God Yes that's right And it's very Interesting I think back to Kelvin's time that there was a lot of Reforming to be done in terms of getting icons out of the Church You know back in if you can think ah back. To that time. Most people would not have had their own personal bible so they would not have had access to the word of God At their home with their kitchen table and many people could not read so the church in those days used a lot of icons to to sort of teach people stories and Morality Alka you know a lot of religious art in those days would teach people immoral and So this was part of the reform of the Church was getting those images out of the church because they would include images of God and that ultimately would be idolatry because using those and putting those in front of people especially in worship we believe at all times there's not to be any images of God those had to be removed and then You know even the design of the the churches was changed and the pope. It made central the if you walk into a reformed church today. You should see that the pope it will be front and center and everything about the way at that. Churches designed drives your attention to the pulpit. Where the word of God is going to be central instead of images And so so we believe that that is a way that we uphold the second commandment just like in his in this catechism question In a way that we honor God in worshipping him in the way that he is commanded us. You know. I know a lot of people Angela. The idea that we should not depict any members the trinity is new. Especially because of how common pictures of cheeses arm and we've got a lot of pushback even in our group we don't really allow At this point for people to fight to argue for using images but I think for a lot of people it's a it's a new idea that may be grew up in in modern evangelicalism and I grew up being taught that those images were wrong. And I've said this on the PODCAST. Before since my father was a convert from Orthodox Judaism and he would he would talk to all of our pastors about why the images were yeah differently differently wrong but one thing I do think about and we won't spend much time on this but one thing I think about is what is the intention of those images. Yeah it is to eventually bring you to worship net so people say but I don't worship the images we we are told not to even create eight things that we do worship so we don't depict that what we worship and and we don't know what Jesus looked like. So and I you know I did not grow grow up being taught that images of Jesus were a second commandment violation I came to that conviction as an adult Reading the The book knowing God by J I packer and in fact that was my very first reformed conviction. I didn't even know that there was a word called reformed. I didn't know J.. I packer was reformed armed. I was just at a regular Evangelical Evangelical Church and we were reading that As that book has a book study and I remember it was very challenging for most of the people in the in the group Not just that chapter but actually Some of the concepts and a lot of the different chapters but that chapter in specific I think got a lot of pushback but I remember being convicted by it and thinking. Oh yes this makes a lot of sense and Really understanding and believing that images of Jesus our second commandment violation. I WanNa read this quote by Robert From Robert Godfrey's Article and he's actually quoting Calvin but this is this is about so I wanna read this quote It relates a little bit to what we were just talking about the second commandment violations and you know we were specifically talking talking about images of Jesus in worship in getting those Calvin reforming the church. But we'RE GONNA move into talking a little bit about the regulative principle and this quote is is really Related this is John Calvin. I know how difficult it is to persuade. The world that God disapproves of all modes of worship not expressly sanctioned by his word the opposite persuasion which cleaves to them being seated as it were in their bone marrow. Is that whatever they do has in itself off a sufficient sanction provided it exhibits some kind of zeal for the honor of God. I think we can all relate to that that sounds like the normative principle which which is most of evangelical ISM in America. We believe those under the normative principle believe that as long as I exhibit some kind of zeal for the honor of God. Then it's fine calvin goes on but since God not only regards as fruitless but also plainly abominate whatever we undertake from zeal to his worship. If it what is that variance with his command. What do we gain by a contrary course? The word of God are clear and distinct obedience is better than sacrifice so This is a very strong quote. I just really gripped me when I read it This is an explanation of why we hold to the regulative. Gillet of principle. I you know I. I was thinking this week. Wouldn't we want to worship God. And the way he's ways he's commanded wouldn't wouldn't we want want to do that and he's given us ways that we are to worship him so the regulatory principle of worship and really Lee Westminster Confession of faith says it very well but the acceptable way a worshiping. The True God is instituted by himself and so limited by his own revealed. Well that he may not be worshipped. According to the imaginations and devices of men or the suggestions of Satan under any visible representation or any other way not prescribed in the holy scripture so basically the regulative principle of worship is that we worship God in the ways that he's commanded. That's exactly right You know we we bring the sacrifice that he is asked for We obey to obey is better than sacrifice so we do what God has told Plus to do in worshiping him Believing that that is the worship that he will accept and these are the things that specifically you know the Lord commanded and There there is the wet Westminster does speak of of both Corporate worship and private worship. And so I thought we should address that a little bit. Corporate worship is corporate sabbath worship. We do believe that there is a that we don't just do the corporate worship service on Friday night or Wednesday afternoon that there is a time and that is is the sabbath that we're to keep the Sabbath holy and it's to be set apart From other days so we take up worshiping the Lord and and rest and we rest from our worldly labors of course there are duties of necessity and mercy so one of our group group admins. Her husband's a nurse and their sap Italians but people get sick on the Sabbath right I think it's important for Folks who may be new to reformed theology to catch the distinction we are not taking the Old Testament Sabbath laws in transporting them went into today in saying we are going to live like Old Testament Israel on the sabbath sunup to sundown and all of those sorts of things we are. It's it's completely different. in attitude it is not about what you can't do. It's about what we have the joy of being able to do when that is setting aside the entire day to be taken up in the worship of God and I wanted to talk about just some of the elements of corporate worship worship. That will be familiar to some of you especially in reformed churches now in every form church I've been in. There's always a call to worship and I think it's in the Directory Republic worship and a lot of the reformed churches what elements should be presents. Better Call to worship is So there is a specific time in fact usually the Arches will do announcements even before the call to worship and then. There's there's prayers and singing of Psalms and hymns uh-huh reading of the law and the Gospel We do a corporate confession and absolution and they're so this isn't a specific diffic- liturgy just elements so there's usually in reformed churches. There's lots of prayers usually and then Doc Sala G. and those call calls else to worship and often come right out of scripture. That is definitely how they are at my church there. The call call to worship in the ducks Ali. G are usually directly from scripture A lot of times the prayers will be Contain portions of scripture or Maybe a paraphrase of scripture If you're singing psalms and hymns a lot of times of course the psalms are are directly from the word of God Hymns are teaching doctrine from the word of God Reading of the Law and the Gospel is Often directly directly from the word. Or you know sometimes a reformed church We also recite Creeds or portions of our confession profession or portions of our cataclysms The confession absolution. And you know at my church I'm not sure if it's like this at your church two Colon We have The Confession of sin and the promise of forgiveness that is favourite. Part for me of the service. I've never been to a church before in the Evangelical World that that did that part of the service and so I really appreciate that because it It goes back to that dialogue ICAL worship. It's confession I'm saying Oh my God. I'm a sinner mercy on me and the Minister of God's Word says back. Here's The promise that if you trust in Christ he he forgives you. It's very beautiful. It's a it's the Gospel Woven throughout the service and I I have another just little list list prayer. One thing that is important is that includes giving of praise and thanks and confession of sin and we have have reading of scripture. And you know often the pastor will will read the Law and Gospel or there may be a congregational reading eating and then sound preaching but remember that we are participants in this we. We are hearing the word and singing of Psalms and hymns and and then the sacraments do administration and worthy receiving of the sacraments. So these are things that are are part of worship. These are things that God specifically commanded and are important aspects. And it's important to remember. We didn't episode a few weeks ago on the means of grace and God is at work in us. He is demonstrating His grace towards us through the sacraments through the preached word through the worship of God. You know. Oh you're just talking about prayer and all of these things under the heading of prayer. I wonder if our listeners noticed you mentioned the singing of the psalms with Grayson the heart as a form. I'm of prayer. That was a belief of Kelvin's that He actually talks about prayer with and without music. Um so that was very beautiful to me to think of singing. Psalms as a form of prayer to God and and when you think about the giving of praise and thankfulness to God sometimes we do that through song Singing a lot of the psalms will find that what. What did you just mentioned briefly because I know these questions will come up and that is both private worship and family worship because even Westminster does Talk about private worship so we. We aren't saying that there is no worship outside of the Sunday morning service that there are times we may set aside for prayer and the reading of God's Word and and Song You know so I may read read scripture and and so we we aren't. I don't know I haven't read a lot on on that aspect to be honest because I was focusing being more on the other stuff this week but There there are other times that that we may worship and family worship is is an example example of that I know in our family worship. It's usually seeing we. We do a lot of psalms And then maybe Singha Saumur Ham prayer reading of scripture. We usually discuss so. It's different than a corporate worship and we do distinguish between corporate worship. Yup and what might be your family worship or your own time of reading scripture. We can't say you know I'M NOT GONNA go to church this morning just because I don't feel like it it and so instead of just going to read scripture and that will be my worship today right because we're not partaking of the liturgy in the worship service were not partaking of the preaching of the word the sacraments when we're having private worship it doesn't mean that we don't believe that we should have private worship we do do Just as you said we distinguish between what is going on when we are doing private worship. And what's going on when we are doing Corporate worship worship. I cannot remember who I heard Teach this but it was a reformed Teacher talking about that that when we are in the corporate gathering. We are rehearsing for what we're going to be doing in the new heavens and the newer 's and I think I think that's a beautiful thing because it helps me with that distinct- distinction you know. That's very very different than sitting at my kitchen table reading my I bye-bye versus for the day Joining with other believers in corporate worship rehearsing for what we will be doing together for eternity. it's very special and set apart in different and I do think that the corporate aspect is is so important and that's emphasized very much in scripture. We have so many the people that it's kind of like cheeses and me. I time with the Church so I just I just can't go to church because I just you know just it's the people that like And throughout scripture you see an emphasis on the people of God as a corporate body you know with Israel and and with the church so those are Really important aspects of our faith and should be well. We have a lot of resources. If this is a topic pick you want to read more on and I I do like I said earlier. Appreciate the confession catechism with the Scripture approve tax. And I'll link those in a lot that weren't even mentioned that have to do with the worship of God so Coming up up in the next few weeks. I'm I'm not totally sure but we have some we guests coming up and we are going to do something at least the next couple of months In the next few weeks we'll be releasing a bonus episode about a new Christian Book. That's out and I'm not sure maybe really sat on a Wednesday so so you might see an extra episode coming out soon. So thank you so much for joining us mostly in next week.
Theology Gals Rewind Worship
"Knowing what you believe and why you believe that lies at the very heart of Christian experience worship and everyday living the Bible not about you. You're not David trouble in. Life is not goliath Jesus is going to be David evening. The Shadow Goliath is going to be sending death. That make you make you the Israelites GonNa kill all of us. That's exactly who you are. What is your only comfortable life and in death but I was body and soul life and death and not my own belonged faithful savior? Jesus Christ Gospel is God. The son freely agreed to die or death for us to suffer are deserve condemnation. Do in our place and he didn't disagree from eternity to do it it. It is fatal fatal for us to think that we can ever be one from the Gospel. A great problem and even Jellicoe Church today with scripture is concerned as Aaronson a Bible. The great problem even elegant shirts today is the sufficiency Ascriptin. You don't think it's sufficient the do what we have to do so we have to wake up for what's happening recognized. The problem really is our lack of theology. Autumn and and welcome to Theology Gals I'm cooling sharp and Angela Whitehorn is my co host and today we have a topic that is it's going to be it's going to be a challenge to to keep this podcast short and when I was looking at my notes I was like Oh that is a lot of notes. Maybe we should split this up into do. We're GONNA be talking about worship just real quick before we get to today's topic of just wanted to mention again the the conference in New Jersey on suffering and I'll be speaking at one of the breakout sessions and Justin Peters will be speaking and a couple other people. There's there'll be information in episode notes so if you're in the area of freehold New Jersey or close enough to maybe drive up for the day. Check check that out and another thing if you would like to support what we're doing here just to cover our monthly expenses and equipment and whatnot it not You can either give us a one time donation on pay pal. And there's a little button on our website the algae Gals Dot Com doc or you can support US monthly on Patriot and we have a lot of people that you know. Donate a few dollars month and it. It really does help us a lot. We got started. A lot of stuff came right out of my pocket so it's nice to get some of our expenses covered so thank you to all of those that do support us so today. We're GONNA be talking about worship. And I mentioned a few weeks ago that there was a conversation in the theology Gals group and I realized I think there might be some misunderstandings. About what worship is and we talked about the regulative principle of worship on another episode. And Yeah I can link it in the episode notes and specifically talked about and we'll talk briefly about regulative principle of worship on this episode of. You don't know what that is but we were really talking about about what things are included in worship and we will address that also on this podcast but I really wanted to talk about what worship is and what worship is is not. I'm sure Angela like me. You have just seen some not great examples definitely definitely definitely You know we've seen all kinds of crazy things in the corporate worship service I think I may have said this on an episode before I've seen everything from flag-waving as worship to You Know Churches Canceling Services and saying we're going to have a picnic and that's our worship instead just Just a very wide range of bizarre and end Incorrect ideas about what worship is. Yeah you know we talk a lot. When we talk about the reformation and the reformers performers we talk a lot about justification by faith alone and the five solas and and maybe the doctrines of grace but worship was a very important theme in the time of the reformation? And this week I read a lot of Calvin because if you want to read on worship he has some great things to say because even at the time of the reformation he had Calvin had concerns that matters of worship that people wanted to please themselves more than God. Yes and. Isn't that sound familiar right now. And I just have a quick quote from him and he says and undoubtedly. This is the origin of all superstitions. That men are delighted with their own own inventions and choose to be wise in their own is rather than restrain their senses in obedience to God and that that's kind of going to be the theme of of this whole episode is what does God say worship is and how we should worship. Yeah I was reading some Calvin today. Hey preparing for this episode and it really is true that he was very concerned that that people were really designing worship around their own pleasure and he makes a very strong case. That essentially makes it not worship anymore. It's it's just Entertainment and personal enjoyment exercise And so I think that's something that we can Most most of us really can relate to Especially reformed folks having come out of Evangelical Ism but I think sometimes to folks who are still in Evangelical Ism. I think we hear oftentimes people. I know this was true for me when I was in a more. Broadly Evangelical Church There were times when I would think you know I don't know about the fog machine that really for God and but not having a theology to be able to say yeah the fog machines things out instead what I was really thinking my mind is that doesn't make sense to me. I don't like it and so I was thinking to myself this is a preference issue. I guess it must be fine. And of course what I'm saying right there is very Lightly touching on regulative principle. And we're GONNA talk about way more than regular principle. But I think this this is a really important topic because almost all of us can relate to it and I think it's so it should be such an important aspect of our faith. Just like the reformers emphasized emphasized. How important worship was and I can't remember which episode was but I remember We had. Maybe you'll remember Angela. We talked about how often the the Christian life is seen as this very individual thing that you do and you know you show up for on Sunday morning for a little edification. But it's not central to your Christian faith and practice and so let's start out with a just kind of some basic definitions of what worship is and you know me. I love looking it under the Canary. I'm going to be known for that. But I only wrote down part of what they had but it said chiefly an imminently that act of paying divine honours to the supreme being or the reverence homage paid to him and religious exercises consisting in adoration confession prayer Thanksgiving and the like also saw Definition that worship is drawing near to the holy one Yes and I love. What are Westminster Confession says in Chapter Twenty One This is from the I Paragraph the light of nature shows that there is a god who has lordship and sovereignty overall is good and does good good unto all aw and is therefore to be feared loved praised called upon trusted in and served with all the heart and with all all the soul and with all the might but the acceptable way of worshiping. The True God is instituted by himself and so limited by his own revealed will that he may not be worshipped. According to the imaginations and devices of men or the suggestions of Satan under any visible representation or any other way I'm not prescribed in the holy scripture that right there is such a great summary to. We're going to talk about today because it does hit on the regular principal worship too but also why we worship why we worship and and how we worship and we are going to talk very specifically about worship and I have a lot of confession and catechism that we won't get to today and if you'd like to read with the confession and catechism has to say and I always tried to link the one of the sites that has the proof tax where you can kind of click on on the proof text and the verse POPs up. I really appreciate. Those sites worship is is important and you know if you read through goodness the Old Testament you know that worship was extremely namely important and yes things have changed from the different ceremonial laws that were required in Old Testament. But what hasn't changed is the importance of worshiping. The one true. God Yes It's interesting I was reading something this morning thing about Calvin and worship and There is an interesting thought in there that even in Kelvin's time he was Well you've already talked about this a little bit. He was dealing with some things that in the church's worship that needed reforming icons is music. And all of the different elements of worship he wrote Quite a few Forms for worship Liturgy Energy for worship and It's it was a very interesting thought. he was speaking being about A different a different tradition that Believed that really anything that is not it. Forbidden is fine for worship and he was talking about how that ultimately always involves man's inventions being substituted for true worship and He was talking about how Leviticus Give some forms arms for worship in the Old Testament and he actually says just because Leviticus isn't in the New Testament doesn't mean that we don't Still still have forms for worship and I thought that that was really brilliant because that is sort of an important way that we view the scripture in Reform Theology is that we view it as a whole. You know we don't we don't take the New Testament and say that this is more important than the Old Testament and I just really enjoyed that thought because I I think that that was speaking against an error. That is still very prevalent today. Yeah and it was amazing to me reading Calvin just and and even some of Luther that they were dealing with versions of this and their time to You know I I wanted to go over some wrong understandings of worship before before we kind of dig into a biblical understanding of worship. So I think this is a really big one in even in our group we've had situations were someone will say worship and people think it means the singing before the sermon. So if you've not been in a lot of typical evangelical churches coaches today. They're kind of liturgy. If if you WANNA call it. That is You know you go and it's twenty minutes of singing and and that's often referred to as a worship. I remember as a teenager where people would say. I didn't like the worship at that church. And what they meant. Was the singing before the sermon. And you know when I was growing up we actually called the worship service because the whole entire services worship. I don't really recall whether my church called at the Worship Service Growing up but I do. I do sort of recall that we had worship team. I do think that the music was called worship in the sermon was called the sermon. I definitely hear Churches Still I've been members of churches before that refer to the music as worship. You've got the worship leaders worship ministers and it's interesting because it does sort of give you that idea that worship is singing and everything else sort of falls into some other category and of course We don't believe that's correct. The entire worship service is What we would call worship and I think a couple other I would say eh really kind of popular wrong view of worship is that worship is about experiencing something Yes that's definitely definitely flowing out of worship being primarily about me and of course you know this is a wrong understanding of worship but it's not one that people will say explicitly lately you know. No one's going around actually saying hey guys worships about me you know. We know better than that. But the attitude sneaks in its evidence evidence in the practices you know when when Just like you said when the Worship Service Time is almost. I all spent on singing with the lights out with the swaying and the fog machine. And it's to encourage emotional response from me you know. What are we putting our focus on is it makes it about me Even a lot of lyrics to a lot of songs that are sung in churches now are about what I conquer and you make me strong and all of these things that are ultimately about me. It's it's definitely a wrong understanding Driving from experience. Yeah you see a big difference between just the rich words of some of the old hands and some of the new worship songs like I've told this story before in high school my my friend and and I realized one night that we we could take several of the worship songs change you know Jesus Boyfriend's name and it worked for a lot of the songs that that's not good. Yeah definitely that's Definitely showing that those songs are An emotional analyzed and a romanticized view of God and You know if you stack up a song like that against let's say a psalm There really is no comparison. You know and I would say that. So some worship services also tend towards an entertainment sort of approach. And especially when you have like seeker sensitive worship services so they're the worship service is not for the corporate corporate worship of God by his people but rather to entertain people and keep them in some of the church growth movement was all about. How how do we get the people here and and keep them here like Willow Creek when they started? That's that's a big mega church. They were one of the. They were very influential in the eighties and nineties and A lot of the mega church churches that were popping up and my husband actually went there after he became a Christian and until RC sprawl spoke there any bombs books. But you know they had the skits and they actually on Sunday mornings. Those were the outreach outreach services and then they had like the services for people that are Christians on think like Wednesday and Thursday nights. And you know so. Oh allotted times but even with the services that were for Christians. There was I went to one once. it was just very entertaining. Sometimes you don't even WanNa sing along much much because the music is so loud you know. I can't even hear myself saying Yeah I you know it's funny. You mentioned Willow Creek when The church where I grew up Well where I live now is actually very near Willow Creek But the church where I grew up. spar away from here Sent Worship Team members to the Willow Creek conference several years in a row To pick up these techniques and sort of things and One of the things that I remember is it didn't really just stop at the music. It extended into the sermon as well. Just like you said like sometimes turning turning it into skits instead I remember a lot of object lessons you know. The sermon includes a long period of time with a bunch of water and beakers. Getting you know back and forth and it's supposed to teach you something or there's a lot of ping pong balls and there's a story here and I even saw video about a year ago at a very seeker sensitive church Where the pastor had a giant water gun and was spraying the congregation with the water gun and And so it's very very hard when you just isolate and think okay. We're spraying water gun. Then in the worship service is this pleasing to. It's very hard for me to arrive at. Yes this is pleasing to God And so so this is one of the things that I love about. Reformed worship. Theology is that it gives me a theological solid understanding for why yes. Yeah that's that's not okay. That is not what God has prescribed. to worship him right. Is that more about me. Or is that more about God and the the last one of these wrong views on worship and this is not an exhaustive list at all. But this is something that you will run into in an there may be even some of our listeners. That hold to this and that that's a neo calvinistic view that all of life is worship and that's something that that I don't believe in Angela doesn't believe in right and of course The issue here is that that does not adequately distinguish between sacred sacred and secular. And so when I have Heard this all of life is worship. It's interesting you said Neo calvinism. That is exactly The circles where I have heard this My husband and I used to be members of neo. CALVINISM church for several years and Definitely heard this this type of talk. All of life is worship. And I'll tell you what this phrase was used to do. Ultimately is to downplay downplay the importance of the gathered assembly. And so I remember there being a time when a pastor preached at this church that hey a if your neighbor's yard needs mode and you would like to do that on Sunday morning instead of come to church. I encourage you to do that. All of life is worship and Of course we would sharply disagree with that We of course we are not against against Acts of mercy on the Sabbath however we do not believe that. Mowing your neighbor's lawn instead of going to the corporate gathering is a good substitute for corporate worship. It is not And so you know this this phrase driving down the road and going the speed limit. That's worship this is not distinguishing well between sacred and secular and when we say worship we mean something very specific. I I'm thinking again of a quote of Calvin That I was reading This week and this is actually a statement by Robert Godfrey talking about what Calvin believed about worship. He says for Calvin worship was not a means to an end worship was not a means to evangelize or entertain worship was an end in itself. And you know Calvin believed in. So do we think this is great theology. That worship is the key meeting place of God and his people it is. When there's there's a thing that we call dialogue coal worship it's dialogue? It's back and forth. If you read some of the Liturgy. What is happening is that there is something being from the word of God? And then there's the congregation's response and it's back and forth. It's God meeting with his people and he promises to meet with us through through the word and sacraments. That's very special. It's very unique. It's not happening by yourself when you're driving down the road going the speed limit. It's very very different categories And so we would say all of life is worship is a category air. And let me mention if you're not familiar a million with the the label neo calvinist You can read about Abraham Kuyper and you'll find some of what we talked about there in capers burst teaching and I wanted to mention a couple of things also that that that's more one kingdom approach and so they're using different different categories altogether a different approach altogether where we would hold to a more two kingdom approach but one the things I wanted to address in talking about. All of life is worship. Some people might say. But what about vocation. Because aren't we supposed to be doing all to the glory of God and and so that but that is different when we're talking about doing all to the glory of God and our vocations whether as MOMS or employees or All sorts of things doing all to the glory of God is distinguished from what we're talking about when we're talking about worship here scripture if you look in the old testament a you know a lot. I've I've done some studying recently. You know there's there's talk of idolatry you know so who we worship as is important. And there's so many verses even in Matthew Morton then Jesus said to him begun Satan for it is written. You shall worship the larger God and and him only so and I think in in regards to idolatry We've talked about idolatry and other times. But I have this quote from John. Knox all worshiping honoring or service invented by the brain of Man Dan. The religion of God without his own express commandment is idolatry. The mass is invented by the brain of Man Without any commandment of God therefore airport is idolatry so Even you'll see in the old testament them worshipping false gods but I think we also need to think in terms of of of idols that we have and then So we have who who we worship and then how we worship and we're going to kind of talk about that right now right Just talking about the wrong understanding of worship before we leave that one thing that I hear often Even sometimes I hear. This criticism within reformed circles is that reformed worship is devoid of feeling or emotion and I think we've talked about this on some other episodes but I just want to say again that that's really not true And I found it really wonderful in my reading this this week. That John Calvin Actually felt that there should be a wide range of emotion in our worship and he was speaking a little bit against a different view that really elevated the emotion of joy and elation in worship above all else and so he says that we should experience a wide range of emotion. We should experience lament We should experience broken us over sin and we should experience rejoicing and Just a wide range. I have a quick little quote here from Calvin for the principle which the STOIC JOE IX assume and that's a philosophy that says that we shouldn't experience or express emotions that all the passions and perturbations and like diseases is is false and has its origin and ignorance for either to grieve or fear or to rejoice or to hope is by no means repugnant to reason so emotions and reason are not set against one another nor does it interfere with tranquility in moderation of mind it is only excess or intemperance which corrupts what what else be pure and surely grief anger desire. Hope fear are affect all of our unfailing nature implanted in us by God to end such as we may not find fault with without insulting God himself. So He's saying God gave you emotions. They came from him and so oh to completely askew all emotion and say you know. We don't experience any emotions in our worship that would be insulting to God. We do experience emotions in our worship and that is part of how we worship God. I think one of the problems with what we see a lot around chess is that experiencing something experiencing some sort of emotion and I think it's often not even join necessarily early. But some sort of euphoria we've talked about how some of even the way that music is written the actual music is intended to produce the to you result in those emotions the here and so. I think it's very different even in the emotions that we're speaking of here and we see we see emotions being experienced in scripture. Means you read the psalms there. There's a lot of promotion going on their aunt. I ant talking of worshiping the Lord so We're GonNa talk just now how we should worship John. Four twenty three and twenty four says but the Hours coming and is now here. When the true worshipers will worship the father in spirit and truth for the father is seeking such people to worship him? God is spirit it and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth and I was thinking this week really what that must mean to worship in truth so if we're told to worship in truth. Where is our standard for truth? It's the word of God. Yes it's the word of God right right and so so we're told to worship and truth and our where do we get truth from the word of God you know I love that thought because It one of the things that I read was about Kelvin's four principles for worship and if you Go out looking in his writings for for you know Where he's written an article that says here's the four principles for worship? You're not gonNA find that He. He doesn't really summarize it quite that way. But these are Sort of some scholars have pulled the principals that he repeatedly comes back over and over and his institutes in his other writings but the four principles that that he pushes on With our worship the primary one is that the word of God must be central and so we read the word. We sing the word. We preach the word and we see the word in the administration of the sacraments and that is because we are commanded to worship God in spirit and in truth and our source of truth is the word of God and we should mention if if you do read. Calvin you'll find that Calvin even uses the phrase the rule of worship when he speaks of it. You know something. The I was really convicted of and I was newly reformed so I hadn't thought this through a lot but just the lack of reverence that there is sometimes in in worship ship services especially some of the modern evangelical ones and Hebrews twelve twenty eight says therefore since we receive a kingdom which which cannot be shaken. Let us show gratitude by which we may offer to God an acceptable service with reverence an off and so thinking even been reverence and in our worship yes absolutely Going back to those emotions one of the things that Calvin said about those emotions motions is that talking about worshiping in spirit and in truth one of the fruits of the spirit is self control and so we we are able to experience emotion and experience a response to what God is saying to us in the in the service service through his word we experience a response and we also have self control and we do things decently and in order And that is part of having that reverence So speaking of of reverence and what it is from the Bible dictionary we have. The root idea of reverence is fear fear. It is used to express attitude towards God himself as is in Psalms nine seven and respect or honor paid to a worthy object. And that I think is is an a very important aspect of worship but were told to fear God like in the definition that that you read and I did want to mention didn't want to neglect to mention and were mentioned. I know we're mentioning Calvin Semaj just because he was so much. Great stuff on worship but bet calvin actually saw worship at primarily as something that God does and in our coach to worship is connected to our Covenant Theology Geology so he saw something God does namely a confirmation of his covenant to his assembled people right and going back to that the idea of dialogue worship. You know a lot of people today are looking for. What is God saying to me? What is you know hearing God's speak And this this is where God speaks is through his word and in the worship service that's where we can Access that and we believe that. God what is doing something for us through his word This is a quote from Robert Godfrey in the simplicity of the Spirit's power. Christ is present among his people in the preaching and the sacraments that special that Christ has promised To be there in those things in a way that's very different from when I'm just in my home Or when I'm driving down the road you know the article that Angela's quoted from from Robert Godfrey where he talks about Calvin worship. We're going to link that in the episode notes. And I'm a link a section from Kelvin's institutes that I really appreciate and and it's actually regarding the law but Calvin talked about the first four commandments. As relating to the worship of God and we've spoken before about how the ten commandments are split into the first table of the law and the second table the law so the first table of the law being being the first four commandments. So those specifically he believed having to do with the worship of God Calvin and said that we say then that the worship of God is the beginning and foundation of righteousness. So when we're talking about obedience obedience to the Law of God and Righteousness Calvin is saying. Worship is important to that. So part of our obedience as believers in gratitude for what Christ has done is worship right and you know this is going to that third use of the law I also read a little bit of the chapter that we're talking about from Kelvin's institutes and he talks about how that third use of the law is four believers. I and so it's it's very It's beautiful it's nice and neat. The way that the worship service is is the assembly gathered of believers. And that's where we are going to be stirred up with affection and stirred up towards love and good deeds to obey that the law the first table. I have a another quote. I know we have so many many good people people smarter than us in this is from Zachariah your sinus. And he says it must be commanded by God. No creature has the right or power to institute due to the worship of God but good works we speak of moral good and the worship of God are the same so there again just like Calvin this is part of our obedience. It's to God that we worship him and he were. We worship him in the ways that he's commanded one of the things I'm gonNA link Like I said earlier. All the reformed cataclysms and confessions that address worship. But one I am going to link. Westminster shorter catechism. Forty five five through sixty two where it talks about the commandments. And there's I'm not gonna read all of it But you can see how it connects to worship by reading within these Catechism questions so on ninety six it says what does God require in the second commandment where not to make an image of God in any way nor to worship him in any manner other than he has commanded in his word. So it's not just we. We haven't talked about the second commandment in regards to the fact we should not make images or pictures of Jesus and or any Eh depictions of the trinity. But it's also about the correct worship of God Yes that's right And it's very Interesting I think back to Kelvin's time that there was a lot of Reforming to be done in terms of getting icons out of the church You know back in if you can think uh imagine back. To that time most people would not have had their own personal bible so they would not have had access to the word of God At their home with their kitchen table and many people could not read so the church in those days used a lot of icons to to sort of teach people stories and Morality Alka you know a lot of religious art in those days would teach people immoral and So this was part of the reform of the church was getting those images out of the church because they would include images of God ed and that ultimately would be idolatry because using those and putting those in front of people especially in worship we believe at all times there's not to be any images of God those had to be removed and then You know even the design of the the churches was changed and the pope. It made central the if you walk into a reformed church today. You should see that the pope it will be front and center and everything about the way at that. Churches designed drives your attention to the pulpit. Where the word of God is going to be central instead of images And so so we believe that that is a way that we uphold the second commandment just like in his in this catechism question In a way that we honor God in worshipping him in the way that he is commanded us. You know. I know a lot of people Angela. The idea that we should not depict any members the trinity is new. Especially because of how common pictures of cheeses arm and we've got a lot of pushback even in our group we don't really allow At this point for people to fight to argue for using images but I think for a lot of people it's a it's a new idea that may be grew up in in modern evangelicalism and I grew up being taught that those images were wrong. And I've said this on the PODCAST. Before since my father was a convert from Orthodox Judaism and he would he would talk to all of our pastors about why the images were yeah differently differently wrong but one thing I do think about and we won't spend much time on this but one thing I think about is what is the intention of those images. Yeah it is to eventually bring you to worship net so people say but I don't worship the images we we are told not to even create eight things that we do worship so we don't depict that what we worship and and we don't know what Jesus looked like. So and I you know I did not grow grow up being taught that images of Jesus were a second commandment violation I came to that conviction as an adult Reading the The book knowing God by J I packer and in fact that was my very first reformed conviction. I didn't even know that there was a word called reformed. I didn't know J.. I packer was reformed armed. I was just at a regular Evangelical Evangelical Church and we were reading that As that book has a book study and I remember it was very challenging for most of the people in the in the group Not just that chapter but actually Some of the concepts and a lot of the different chapters but that chapter in specific I think got a lot of pushback but I remember being convicted by it and thinking. Oh yes this makes a lot of sense and Really understanding and believing that images of Jesus our second commandment violation. I WanNa read this quote by Robert From Robert Godfrey's Article and he's actually quoting Calvin but this is this is about so I wanna read this quote It relates a little bit to what we were just talking about the second commandment violations and you know we were specifically talking talking about images of Jesus in worship in getting those Calvin reforming the church. But we'RE GONNA move into talking a little bit about the regulative principle and this quote is is really Related this is John Calvin. I know how difficult it is to persuade. The world that God disapproves of all modes of worship not expressly sanctioned by his word the opposite persuasion which cleaves to them being seated as it were in their bone marrow. Is that whatever they do has in itself off a sufficient sanction provided it exhibits some kind of zeal for the honor of God. I think we can all relate to that that sounds like the normative principle which which is most of evangelical ISM in America. We believe those under the normative principle believe that as long as I exhibit some kind of zeal for the honor of God. Then it's fine calvin goes on but since God not only regards as fruitless but also plainly abominate whatever we undertake from zeal to his worship. If it what is that variance with his command. What do we gain by a contrary course? The word of God are clear and distinct obedience is better than sacrifice so This is a very strong quote. I just really gripped me when I read it This is an explanation of why we hold to the regulative. Gillet of principle. I you know I. I was thinking this week. Wouldn't we want to worship God. And the way he's ways he's commanded wouldn't wouldn't we want want to do that and he's given us ways that we are to worship him so the regulatory principle of worship and really Lee Westminster Confession of faith says it very well but the acceptable way a worshiping. The True God is instituted by himself and so limited by his own revealed. Well that he may not be worshipped. According to the imaginations and devices of men or the suggestions of Satan under any visible representation or any other way not prescribed in the holy scripture so basically the regulative principle of worship is that we worship God in the ways that he's commanded. That's exactly right You know we we bring the sacrifice that he is asked for We obey to obey is better than sacrifice so we do what God has told Plus to do in worshiping him Believing that that is the worship that he will accept and these are the things that specifically you know the Lord commanded and There there is the wet Westminster does speak of of both Corporate worship and private worship. And so I thought we should address that a little bit. Corporate worship is corporate sabbath worship. We do believe that there is a that we don't just do the corporate worship service on Friday night or Wednesday afternoon that there is a time and that is is the sabbath that we're to keep the Sabbath holy and it's to be set apart From other days so we take up worshiping the Lord and and rest and we rest from our worldly labors of course there are duties of necessity and mercy so one of our group group admins. Her husband's a nurse and their sap Italians but people get sick on the Sabbath right I think it's important for Folks who may be new to reformed theology to catch the distinction we are not taking the old testament sabbath laws in transporting them went into today in saying we are going to live like Old Testament Israel on the sabbath sunup to sundown and all of those sorts of things we are. It's it's completely different. in attitude it is not about what you can't do. It's about what we have the joy of being able to do when that is setting aside the entire day to be taken up in the worship of God and I wanted to talk about just some of the elements of corporate worship worship. That will be familiar to some of you especially in reformed churches now in every form church I've been in. There's always a call to worship and I think it's in the directory. Hey for public worship and a lot of the reformed churches what elements should be presents. Better Call to worship is So there is a specific time in fact usually the Arches will do announcements even before the call to worship and then. There's there's prayers and singing of Psalms and hymns uh-huh reading of the law and the Gospel We do a corporate confession and absolution and they're so this isn't a specific diffic- liturgy just elements so there's usually in reformed churches. There's lots of prayers usually and then Doc Sala G. and those call calls else to worship and often come right out of scripture. That is definitely how they are at my church there. The call call to worship in the ducks Ali. G are usually directly from scripture A lot of times the prayers will be Contain portions of scripture or Maybe a paraphrase of scripture If you're singing psalms and hymns a lot of times of course the psalms are are directly from the word of God Hymns are teaching doctrine from the word of God Reading of the Law and the Gospel is Often directly directly from the word. Or you know sometimes a reformed church We also recite Creeds or portions of our confession profession or portions of our cataclysms The confession absolution. And you know at my church I'm not sure if it's like this at your church two Colon We have The Confession of sin and the promise of forgiveness that is favourite. Part for me of the service. I've never been to a church before in the Evangelical World that that did that part of the service and so I really appreciate that because it It goes back to that dialogue ICAL worship. It's confession I'm saying Oh my God. I'm a sinner mercy on me and the Minister of God's Word says back. Here's The promise that if you trust in Christ he he forgives you. It's very beautiful. It's a it's the Gospel Woven throughout the service and I I have another just little list list prayer. One thing that is important is that includes giving of praise and thanks and confession of sin and we have have reading of scripture. And you know often the pastor will will read the Law and Gospel or there may be a congregational reading eating and then sound preaching but remember that we are participants in this we. We are hearing the word and singing of Psalms and hymns and and then the sacraments do administration and worthy receiving of the sacraments. So these are things that are are part of worship. These are things that God specifically commanded and are important aspects. And it's important to remember. We didn't episode a few weeks ago on the means of grace and God is at work in us. He is demonstrating His grace towards us through the sacraments through the preached word through the worship of God. You know. Oh you're just talking about prayer and all of these things under the heading of prayer. I wonder if our listeners noticed you mentioned the singing of the psalms with Grayson the heart as a form. I'm of prayer. That was a belief of Kelvin's that He actually talks about prayer with and without music. Um so that was very beautiful to me to think of singing. Psalms as a form of prayer to God and and when you think about the giving of praise and thankfulness to God sometimes we do that through song Singing a lot of the psalms will find that what. What did you just mentioned briefly because I know these questions will come up and that is both private worship and family worship because even Westminster does Talk about private worship so we. We aren't saying that there is no worship outside of the Sunday morning service that there are times we may set aside for prayer and the reading of God's Word and and Song You know so I may read read scripture and and so we we aren't. I don't know I haven't read a lot on on that aspect to be honest because I was focusing being more on the other stuff this week but There there are other times that that we may worship and family worship is is an example example of that I know in our family worship. It's usually seeing we. We do a lot of psalms And then maybe Singha Saumur Ham prayer reading of scripture. We usually discuss so. It's different than a corporate worship and we do distinguish between corporate worship. Yup and what might be your family worship or your own time of reading scripture. We can't say you know I'M NOT GONNA go to church this morning just because I don't feel like it it and so instead of just going to read scripture and that will be my worship today right because we're not partaking of the liturgy in the worship service were not partaking of the preaching of the word the sacraments when we're having private worship it doesn't mean that we don't believe that we should have private worship we do do Just as you said we distinguish between what is going on when we are doing private worship. And what's going on when we are doing Corporate worship worship. I cannot remember who I heard Teach this but it was a reformed Teacher talking about that that when we are in the corporate gathering. We are rehearsing for what we're going to be doing in the new heavens and the newer 's and I think I think that's a beautiful thing because it helps me with that distinct- distinction you know. That's very very different than sitting at my kitchen table reading My why Bible versus for the day Joining with other believers in corporate worship rehearsing for what we will be doing together for eternity. it's very special and set apart in different and I do think that the corporate aspect is is so important and that's emphasized very much in scripture. We have so many the people that it's kind of like cheeses and me. I time with the Church so I just I just can't go to church because I just you know just it's the people that like And throughout scripture you see an emphasis on the people of God as a corporate body you know with Israel and and with the church so those are Really important aspects of our faith and should be well. We have a lot of resources. If this is a topic pick you want to read more on and I I do like I said earlier. Appreciate the confession catechism with the scripture approve tax. And I'll link those in a lot that weren't even mentioned that have to do with the worship of God so Coming up up in the next few weeks. I'm I'm not totally sure but we have some we guests coming up and we are going to do something at least the next couple of months In the next few weeks we'll be releasing a bonus episode about a new Christian Book. That's out and I'm not sure maybe really sat on a Wednesday so so you might see an extra episode coming out soon. So thank you so much for joining us mostly in next week.
#1,088 Glory, Gifts, Grace, and Guidance (Luke 11:24)
"Pre The word with David Platt is a resource from radical dot net. Luke chapter eleven verse two through four. In Jesus said to them when you pray say Father. Hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come. Gives. US each day our daily bread. And forgive us our sins for we. Ourselves forgive everyone who is indebted to us. and lead us not into temptation. So this is Luke's recounting. Of Jesus Teaching on the Lord's prayer. And I just want to give you a really quickly like a way to remember. What Jesus taught us to pray for in this prayer? So they all start with G. so four jeeze that Jesus just told us to pray for when you pray say father hallowed be your name your kingdom come. So the first thing we ask God for in prayer is his glory as the I g hallowed be your name. That's that's not just an Ascriptin of praise to God not just saying I worship you got that's praying for God to be glorified. Throughout the world for his kingdom to come for his glory to spread over the earth like the waters cover the see we ask God for his Glory Second, we ask God for his gifts. Give us each day our daily bread we end prayer ask God for his provision for our needs for our daily needs. This is part of what we do in prayer is just lift up our hearts to God for. Asking him for his gifts. That's the second glory gifts. Then ask God for His grace. Forgive us our sins for we. Ourselves forgive everyone who is indebted to us. What we do in prayer is we ask God for his Grace His mercy, his forgiveness we spend time in confession of our sin and in the final g so asked God. For his glory, his gifts His grace and then fourth ask God for his guidance and lead us not into temptation. So we ask God to lead us in ways that glorify him the lead us in ways that are good for us to avoid sin and evil and live in the good abundant life of joy and peace and hope and patience and love that Jesus called us to live. Ask God for his glory, his gifts His grace and his guidance. So God, we do that now. We. Pray. Glorify your name in all the earth. Hallowed be your name caused your glory to made known through each of our lives. Our. Families through our churches. In our cities and our nation's glorify your name we pray that you glorify your name among the jot in Pakistan. No known believers there. No one glorified the name of. Jesus among the jot in Pakistan almost a million of them God changed that we pray May Your glory be made known among the shot in Pakistan We asked you for the spread of Your glory. We ask you for your gifts. Lord, four, our daily bread, we don't have bread today. We don't have water today. We don't have breath today. We don't have anything good today apart from you. So we ask God for your gifts and so many different ways we could spend hours here especially thinking about all the different things going on in our lives. God we ask you for your provision in every way we need. We, ask you for your gifts. We asked You for your grace. God we confess that we falls short. In so many ways of your glory and our thoughts. Desires our words and our actions. So we pray. Oh, God for your grace. Pray for your grace to cover over our sins. Forgive us of our sins and help us to reflect that forgiveness others lives. We ask you for your Grace and Oh. God we ask you for your guidance lead us, guide us all day today tomorrow. Lord lead us as Shepherd Guide us as the Lord over every detail of our lives. God. Please keep us from sin please. Keep us from evil even have been preaching to Philippians chapter four guard, our hearts, and our minds in Christ Jesus Lord we trust you as the leader of our lives. So lead us not instrumentation, deliver us from evil help us to glorify. You would the gifts you've given us by your grace according to your guidance. We pray just like Jesus taught us to break in his name. According to his words. Amen.
T. rex tooth replacement & a new Australian megaraptorid
"Hello and welcome to I know Dino I'm Garrett I'm Sabrina in today's episode is brought to you by our new book you're looking for something to add to your wishlist and you like our show. Then may I suggest to our book fifty dinosaur tales which you can find all over the Internet and if you do a lot of search for it you can go to bit dot L. Y. Slash Fifty Dinosaur Tales fifties at number five zero and tales. Ta Les 'cause. It's got fifty stories about dinosaurs this week in our two hundred sixtieth episode. We have a new dinosaur or from Australia because of course we need to cover that since we were just there we also have some new tracks from Alaska and we have a T. Rex rex tooth replacement story. We also have an interview with Matthew Mossbacher and dinosaur of the day lepto ceratops but before we get into all of that we want to thank some of our patrons who are the main reason that those podcast keeps going and as we're recording this it's actually patron appreciation day. You'll hear this little late one day later because we're recording this episode a lot closer to the release and we usually do but this this week we'd specifically like to thank Lucas. An ally Wyatt Georgia's Family John Heck Ranger Chris from Dino for higher ray a Oliver e Andrew Helena Web Callum Ricky William Red Sox Rex Walter Moss youtall how raptor velociraptor switch breed. Go Gee and Neil over Nader and neil over Nader just joint. Yeah thank you so much for all of your support as mentioned in patrons day today so thank you for being a patron and if you WANNA join this growing community of people bowl then check out our page Patriot dot com slash. I know Dino and jumping into the news I I knew story as a new dinosaur from Austrailia it was published in. JVP and it was written by Steve. Poor Pat Matt White Patricia Vickers Rich and Thomas Rich and we spoke. Take three of them while we were Australia. If you're familiar with any of those names you can probably guess that this dinosaur is from Victoria but interestingly really it's not inordinate pod which is what we usually talk about from. Victoria is a mega raptor rid. And being a mega raptor ID that makes it sort of Allosaurus Soroush like I would say if. You're not familiar with mega afterwards. They have big hands big claws on their hands. They're called Mega Raptors. Because they found the claw I and they figured it must be a big toe claw like on a huge raptor those mega raptor but then later on they figured out. Oh those are hand claws and then they have fairly small teeth smaller than you might expect way smaller. We have a picture in an upcoming video. The mega raptor tooth is like the size of a fingernail her nail whereas obviously the T.. Rex Tooth the size of your forearm. So definitely had a different eating style more like the either chump outbids sort of approach or the slash and wait for it to bleed out sort of move. It wasn't a big bone crushing T. rex type even though it was relatively a big. You're talking about around twenty feet long so pretty big dinosaur. You may be familiar with Ostra love nature which is also a mega raptor. Id and obviously okay from Australia. That's where the Ostra part of Australasia comes from or Ostra Low Vennegoor as some people like to say like everyone in Australia. Everyone we found a person who says Ostro Love Nater true. But this mega after it is about twelve million years older than Ostra Love Nater and that makes about one hundred and seven million years old mostly dinosaurs we talked about from Queensland are about ninety five million years old so that's where this twelve million year gap comes from and since the divide between the early and late Cretaceous is like one hundred years ago. That means that technically Ostra Loving Banadir is from the late Cretaceous while as new mega after it is from the early. Cretaceous and Australian editor is also a thousand miles north north in Queensland. This new mega raptor. It is from the coast of Victoria specifically Eric. The Red West and is called that because it's west of the nineteen in centuries shipwreck of the American ship called Eric. The red so they go Erik the Red West west of Eric the red ship it's sometimes called. Ert Rt.. W and that's the same place that Deluca cursor was found last year or I should maybe say described last year for this new mega. After they found several scattered Richard Bones which they think are likely from the same species. They found two teeth to clause and an ankle bone and they all look like Ostra Love Nature so oh you might think well. Is it Ostra. Lavender they're both from the same continent they're both from the Cretaceous but is probably not Ostra loving nate or at least not Ostra Levin Eater Winton says which is the species that's been described so far because species don't generally last twelve million years and it's also a thousand miles away and you know passed over that boundary between the early and late Cretaceous to which makes it even a little bit less likely that it would be the same species. He's it's possible that it could be another species of Australasian eater or a closely related genus. So they could be like sister tax in one way or another more fossils would definitely help but theropod. Fossils are very rare in Australia. And like I said we basically just found a couple of teeth and claws than we're basing this on so so it's pretty hard to get a real diagnostic view of the dinosaur. And that's why I've been referring to it as the new meg raptor. ID rather than a name. Because they didn't give it a name. They basically use the Latin for. It's a dinosaur like oster eleven ater winter nets us which I appreciate because if they did give it a name it's likely to become a GNOME. dooby him or just get synonymous with something else or otherwise disappear in the near future and then be another dinosaur name aim. That didn't go anywhere. Unfortunately it's pretty unlikely that we're going to find a good individual of this theropod because theropod fossils are very rare in Australia. We do find a Lotta sewer pods in Queensland we find a lot of or Nitham pods and Victoria but the Ostra loving eater original was only found because of its proximity to a sore Kahad in Queensland and like I said this one was scattered all over the place so it's not exactly an ideal find but there were a few other bones in Eric. The Red West that might be from the same species. There's a neck vertebra that was previously called spinosaurus bone so now we think was probably a mega raptor it. There's a cervical rib which is neck bone that runs parallel to the neck and that one actually includes a bite mark which they're also thinking might be from from this individual or from the species at least there is a tail vertebra and also a finger bone that all seem like they might match up with this guy. So there's it's not that little known about it like we definitely have dinosaurs named from less than this but still especially considering how similar it is to a known species. It's probably not worth naming a new species yet out of this one. Interestingly being from Victoria in the Cretaceous it would have been a polar dinosaur. That's fun yeah I think so. So mmediately I checked to see you what they had to say about whether or not head feathers. But they didn't say anything which is probably a good idea because they I didn't find any feathers and since this is a polar dinosaur version of a mega-rapid and then we also had the one up in Queensland which I think would have been out of the Arctic Circle or Antarctic Circle at that point is quite a bit farther north. It's interesting that both of these dinosaurs look so similar because it almost gives you the impression that mega awards were roaming all over Australia in basically the same sort of body plan for over ten million years and we don't see any other other really large theropods so they could have been apex predators of like the whole continent for all we know at this point. Or maybe there's just some other dinosaur that we haven't found yet it it also means that. Potentially these mega afterwards Ostra lavender were eating sewer pods and Queensland and or Nitham pods in Victoria which are obviously asleep very different sizes because they're not pods are like little dog sized things whereas sore pods are huge maybe they were scavenging or pods. And it's you know actively hunting or an at the pods or something up next our paper about another Alaskan track site. This one was published employs one by Anthony Fiorello pillow and others. And it's all about the Nick formation which I hadn't heard of before it's on the Alaskan peninsula so in the southwest south west of some of the recent discoveries who talked about in Alaska sort of the beginning of that island chain that goes over to Russia and this one's almost entirely had resorted it's over ninety percent of the tracks had swords but in addition they did find exactly to an Kyla Zoar and avian tracks and I think just like like one non avian theropod track well with other tracks doing there anyway. I don't know they wanted to hang out with the hat or swords or maybe they. We're like picking bugs off the head resort of something Davies. Not The anti will source. Yeah that's a good point. I don't know thank Alison has been doing there or the theropods. The theropods were looking for easy pickings. Yes maybe snacking on the handlers and I think the most significant thing about this study is it's more evidence it's that Hadrosaurs seem to really love beaches we keep seeing this especially Hadrosaur IDs versus the lamb or is that I guess we're more up in the mountains uh-huh or at least as now right on the beach where they're making tracks all the time. There you go there all on a beach holiday and speaking of Non Avian theropods. We've got a article about T. Rex tooth replacement. At least that's ostensibly. What is about from the title but really? It's kind of a first first ascriptin at least that I've read of Tristen the T. Rex. So there's almost published in historical biology by frenzy. Ska Sadler and Daniela Josh Schwartz. And first off. I think it's kind of interesting Tristan's full nickname is Kristin Otto. I didn't realize it was a two-part name and that's because because both tristen and Otto are the sons of the owner that's Nice yes and it is still privately owned but it's on loan to the museum. AM furniture coon to in Berlin L.. Yeah it's been on display and then visitors could see them working on this. Oh I didn't remember that. I think they said it's been there since twenty two thousand fourteen or two thousand fifteen so it's been a while and then eventually the plan is to move it to the Natural History Museum of Denmark. Because I think that might be where the owner is. I'm not certain but I think so. I'm actually Kinda surprised though that researchers are publishing on tristen because it is privately owned and a lot of times journals won't publish on fossils that are privately owned even if they are temporarily in a museum maybe because they were researching in the Public Mukubi. Yeah a Lotta Times. Universities won't publish homeless on either but in this case had happened so I don't know but previously t-rex tooth replacements have been estimated about two years and in order the estimate that they used to cut into the jaws to find replacement teeth and then slice into the teeth themselves in order to do histology and count the the lines to see exactly how many days old they think it is. Because you can you can see the build up of enamel slowly on like a daily basis using that like I said they think that it took about two years which is on the longer side of dinosaur tooth replacement and sounds really quick to US getting a whole new set of teeth every two years over dinosaurs. I think the the fastest ones were like twenty to thirty days they would get new teeth. I think that was some of the reverse really wore their teeth down a lot of chilling it is and then some of the a smaller theropods would replace teeth about once every year or so. There's a lot of description of Tristan in this paper but they did focus on the T.. So there's a lot detail like this tooth is this long. And this percentage of it is exposed and all that kind of stuff but just for fun. I think the most interesting one is probably the longest tooth because everyone's always excited about the biggest things. The longest tooth interest in skull is twenty eight point two centimeters long or eleven point one inches almost almost an entire foot. So that's including the road and it looks like about thirteen point four centimeters or five point three inches of it is functional. Also like sticking up past the gum still yet. That is a massive tooth. They also found that the teeth were replaced in an alternating pattern by looking at the C.. T. This Canon. Seeing which teeth were most likely to be replaced next based on the basically the size of the replacement teeth and that means that there would have never been a two to three in a row gap so there's always at least one mature tooth in every other position so even though they're replacing constantly that in have really janke smile still okay. That's important to dinosaurs. Their smiles world's border for trying to crush bone in some good teeth teeth in their unfortunately they couldn't estimate the replacement rate they couldn't see the teeth equivalent of lags using cat. Scans usually you have have to cut into the bone to do histology to get that level of detail and I think the owner probably didn't want them doing destructive testing which might be why people don't like to publish on privately owned fossils might be part of it but even if it was in a museum collection I'm not sure. Sometimes destructive testing is hard to get done anyway. 'cause you don't necessarily surly WANNA damage rare fossils but we might be seeing more papers. Come out about Tristan in the future because this one mostly focused on the Thiessen skull pretty cool. Lessen the news three baby Proto ceratops that are housed at the Department of Geology. At Southern Illinois laboratory founded 2017 did been given names Swat nicknames by seventh graders at a nearby school so the university put out a contest and then K.. Through twelve students suggested names and in the university students voted on them. So the names and I'll do my best for pronunciation are Sachi Edu and Lula. And they're on display with their mother Nanu and the name Nanu means beautiful four and then it was found twenty sixteen so Saatchi Means Blessed Child Edo means work or labour and Ulla means powerful and prosperous. They're all all Egyptian origin. Like mother's name and their initials together spell out some Illinois laboratory so it all works out. Isn't that clever is and now onto our interview. With Matthew Maas Brooker we are chatting today with Matthew Musburger who is the director and chief curator at the Morrison Natural History Museum in Colorado. and He's also on the Board of the Glen Rock Paleontological Museum in Glen Rock Doc Wyoming. He studies the integrity of the type section in Morrison Colorado of the Morrison formation and he also does digs in the lance formation. which which has a lot of T. REX and triceratops? Well thanks for chatting with us today. Hey My pleasure. Thanks for being patient with me. Of course you've got a lot going to few museums and plus many other things all the family stuff. Yes it strikes me that those museums aren't really that close together are they. We are not not at all Morrison is really. It's just on the edge of the suburbs in the Denver Metro area and then the Paleo is a little ten of Glen Rock a couple of thousand people up there and it is sandwiched between the towns of Casper and Douglas Douglass Meiomi. That's ways it's about four and a half hour drive just depends on how fast I'm able to go to get out there but it's a it's a good four four and a half hour drive. You didn't want to get involved with another museum in Colorado closer. Will you know when I came across the Paleo. I've known of it for years But they were struggling and I thought that I could jump in and help with this joint field program so There was a former former mayor. That didn't understand the need for a community museum that was actively trying to shut that place down and We were table to show that they can bring in people in tourists to help the local economy lots of local media attention and Opinion Changed Nice. That's great yeah a little bit about that joint field program yet. Joint Field Program. It's a fun thing because what we're trying to do is is take people out of the armchair that they're sitting and listening to podcasts. Yes I am talking to you. That's listening in your car or at home right now. I know you love dinosaurs sores. So do I But I'm sure you want a deeper connection to natural history. So when did you come out and join us. And we'll dig in the last formation home of triceratops duck bills like at Monaco sorest t-rex and lots of other wonderful critters from the tiny toothed. Marsupial called Idell Fan. Mike crew collected a handful of teeth at our micro vertebrates site this summer to shed triceratops teeth in an estuary very so we're trying to map out where these dinosaurs were living and feeding. It's just a great amount of fun So if you want to get dirty and sweaty and and make a personal connection with paleontology join us. This is every summer this is every summer and right now on our website which is emanate gem. Dot Org you'll find our current schedule so you can make some plans We do have limited slots for the field program so you I would certainly suggests putting your hats and now this is for any age you have to be a certain age at least start mentally I would say you wants to be if you're a young person. A fairly mature age is around. Ten twelve Because it's really hot outside. The digging is not for the thanks of heart. Heart We do provide some shade. But it is it can be hot. And there's bugs and sharp rocks and CACTUS and rattlesnakes and pretty sure there's still an al Qaeda enclave up there But outside of that you know ten or twelve up and if you're if you're an older person Just make sure that you can get around for a younger person. Also make sure you can get around because I don't want to carry you. I've had to Nearly carry people out in the past. So it's important that everybody's mobile double and fit and healthy nicer. you provide shade. That's a uncommon occurrence for a paleontological dig spared no expense It's important for the comfort in focus of everyone to have a bit of shade. Yeah win appropriate. Yeah do you do that. When you're digging without Students and volunteers it depends on the nature of the site If we know that we're going to be digging in for a while at a particular Taylor site the turns into a quarry that's producing a lot of material larger small. We'll try to set up a shade canopy above it to keep the sign off the bus Keep heatstroke at bay and to just make a little bit more comfortable in the Hot Wyoming Sun But if we're out prospecting looking at sites measuring section of that sort of thing Shade is is a luxury that Eludes us so the Morrison Persson Natural History Museum that say a teaching museum right which is different. Yeah Yeah so basically. Here's the story of our wonderful little the museum. We started off in a recycled building without purpose We had an an old nineteen forties ranch style cabin that Wiz in the way of a highway project and so it was moved to its current location and a foundation was built below it so we had a building before we had a foundation did never purpose abyss but we had a retired Palanka gist of fossil pollen expert on our town board here in Morrison knew who was keenly aware of Morrison's natural history history and each chose to make this into a natural history. Museum problem was we didn't have a collection yet. The few fossil casts kind of an ECLECTIC collect small Western museum display For a number of years and then in nineteen ninety five. The museum was made a Department of the town of Morrison and it was able to write some grants and get some stable support to open up on a consistent basis and we began refining the exhibits. Zip It's then so it has an interesting story because most small museum start with some wonderful local discovery. The issue with the Morris Museum as the wonderful local discoveries that were made over made between eighteen seventy seven and eighteen seventy nine a by Arthur lakes who had created raided shipped olive. Morrison's fossil's out east to the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History under the care of the famous Otniel Charles Marsh. So Gil was kind enough to loan back some material that was collected from Morris in it to our sites Parts of the historic historic Genoa type of stegosaurus are made this part of the type. Sample of a pedestal. Ajax Nice and and we reopened some of the historic restored quarries around the turn of the century. It's just fun to say that and a lot more material including tracks and small vertebrate fossils. I I think that we are still working on today. So those Corey's 'cause we recently did an episode on the bone wars. Actually I think I have a found a quote from from you saying like people originally thought that marsh and cope destroyed as much as they could to keep the others from collecting. But then you and your team found. That wasn't necessarily the case. That's true at one specific site at the very least. It's important to remember that Martian cope weren't doing the digging themselves through most of the bone wars at yes. They were collecting earlier in the career and their own careers themselves of but not later on. Not by the time Folks were digging in Colorado and in Wyoming and the nature of our digs here in Morris. They're all located on a fairly steep ridge. She called the hog back. And they're very difficult to get to there are four main historic quarries. And there's a couple of minor quarries that I found while going through the Yale. peabody museum basement material it's still not accession into their collections. And of those sites there is one one main site that was the most productive goes by three different names. Sorry in number ten Corrie ten the Klay sorry and it's all the same site and thanks to Arthur lakes wonderful field notes out. Wonderful Watercolor Sketch and the rock. And the fossils themselves we were able to relocate this particular excite and dig in and when I began digging in I realized that the site that was a soft almost black kind of a charcoal grey mud stone. I was excavating underneath a sandstone. Levkovich So it's a much harder rock than that much. Doubt trying to get in to find where this mud-rock was to see if there is any material left and I had found that the dirt over the years since eighteen seventy nine when the quarry was closed was stratified top to bottom thin sheets. I'm not consistent with the blast. Supposedly closed the corey. So lakes was told by marsh to blow the thing up but he didn't. He didn't and I appreciate that. I do I deeply appreciate that. Yeah allows people appreciate that. I think we all do. We should not go go around blowing up dig sites. I think that's that is not something we should engage in us just using explosives in general when you're dealing with fragile fossils is not recommended. I think it's probably a bad idea. I don't they have a strong opinion because I don't like to be wrong. Probably not so the Morrison Versa Museum. You do a lot of daily tours three times a day at says on the website. It's customized to what you're interested in learning. How does that work will? Here's here's how this works because unfortunately we've noticed over the years at art museums and And others that folks don't always he's read the labels and whether or not reading the labels that interpretation is getting across to them. Being a small museum with budgetary limitations bringing in technology was was challenging in the early days even audiotapes to have an audio tour of the museum or something of that nature feature. We decided early on that it was most effective for us to show people around to talk to them about the fossils estim- questions about what they already knew. Surprise them with some of the local information trying to make connections through life history and that the people that were standing around these fossil's and it was really successful. We got great feedback and it was even in the early days. Will we did not have much to see That was the most successful program program that we had here museum has grown substantially in our collections. And we certainly refined our programs but when you come in to the museum and check and Dan we just show you around. Give you an informal tour a we. We tried to organize people to come in thrice daily at doesn't work But but I have a large enough staff and a group of volunteers now so that that allows us to show everyone around found that comes through and it's it's a great time people walk away with a much deeper. No which an appreciation for core Morrison Paleontology than they came into the museum with how far outside of Denver are you. Oh I can actually see the airport from my office window on the horizon line in the skyscrapers of downtown. We're just a few minutes outside of Denver thing twenty minutes if you drive slow Yvonne the first baby stegosaurus fossils. Where did you find those in my parking lot? That's yeah that's not a joke Here's how this happened about a decade ago there were loose sandstone boulders awful of muscles on the side of a local road this road which was was we've nicknamed Dinosaur Ridge over the past. Three decades is an important site. Historically because on the west side of the Ridge. There is a historic dinosaur. Dig Corey called the quarry number five and at Quarry Five. That's where the historic Gino type of stegosaurus source was collected and we knew that these sandstone boulders serving as guardrail on the side of this road. We're from Corey five so at the eleventh hour before a roadside construction projects Mike crew came in and we moved all all of these big boulders back to our museum for safekeeping these boulders turned out to be more fossil interest than we could have imagined because not just bones or contained any spoilers but there were also fossil footprints tracks and these blocks as well so we began to carefully extract the boats from the boulders and the the tracks if we could from the blocks and ran just ended up moving some of the bowlers inside the museum museum for preservation because one of the first blocks that we had stumbled across. This is done by our Dr Bob Barker is. He's a bearded paleontologist for him describing him as a bearded paleontologist. He's well let me let me be more specific. He's a bearded white paleontologists healing. Technologists isn't really narrow it down to paleontologists I know it's unfortunate. That is changing that. That's that's like a tease him about that. I'm as a bearded white guy myself on my talk. So we move this boulder inside the museum and after after a little bit of preparation separating the mud stone the hitch filled end these footprints. We had found that we were looking at the best example of stegosaurus tracks in the world for the first time we had the complete couplets or hind foot and four footprint of the same individual nice and the the hampered is so detailed tailed. You can make the distinction between pats and clause in that track wonderful footprint and we also caught an embarrassing moments in that dinosaurs life because because the heel of the hind pot is exaggerated the animal when it's tiny back pot hit the wet riverside slid forward and as luck would have it. We have juvenile tracks a half grown stegosaur tracks on that same block so that inspired us to look and the other loose quarry five bowlers that we had collected and Lo and behold there remorse tracks x belonging to stegosaurus. Now the obvious question is is hey bearded white guy. How do you know that these are stegosaurus tracks? Because I've read that most dinosaur footprints are really hard to assign to a specific dinosaur and I would say this I would say we'll stegosaurus. Hind paws are unique. They do have three toes. Toes are very short very thick and most importantly the claws are squared off. Almost I hope flight. So especially the Middle Toe. The two lateral toes are also bevelled as well and depending upon stegosaurus versus spur. Source the beverly at a different angles. So you can tell stories hind paw tracks from Hesperia source I'm Patrick's well so moving forward just by simple shape matching. We started seeing smaller and smaller tracks. We realized that we were sampling. This wonderful Morrison Jurassic Ecosystem. That didn't just have dead. Adults data source which Arthur lakes found in eighteen. Seventy seven but the dinosaurs doors were being born here and guess how many stegosaurus eggs or nests we found in the world since the time of Arthur lakes. Just guess to subtract to not a single one so the presence of these tiny tracks the smallest track even uncover-up with a fifty cent piece The animal would have been the size of roughly in American football and could have curled up and slept in the Hind Pot. Track of its mom or dad just like land before time. That's just like land before on so that was really fun because now we have this growth series of of tracks. It's a very small sample but a significant one because juvenile stegosaurus remains are super rare and people don't appreciate dinosaur feet in general. I'm afraid I'm let alone stegosaurus feet. But they're quite fascinating. I'm surprised since you can intel a stegosaurus track. Why wouldn't people be more interesting? Can I don't know where it comes to trying to put these animals into context context the environments that they lived in which is what we do in our programming here at the museum. We try to get you know past the teeth and into the braincase of the dinosaur Thinking about what the animal with seen when it was here at various points and earth history. So if you're a stegosaurus I'm living here in Morrison at the end of the Jurassic and you were to look around. There would not have been a lot of topographic relief. No Mountains in Colorado. So apparently the skiing was terrible and Denver's nickname the mile high city but back in the Jurassic we were more or less the sea level city fairly flat. Maybe a few rolling hills We have a few fossil lakes in the Morrison formation. Here in town. But they're very small In the streams themselves to our small all is well looking at the flood plains adjacent to the streams. They're pretty well drained on these surfaces. The dinosaurs would active on and So that soil seems to indicate that it would get wet time and then dry out. What's really interesting probing into the soil? We don't find a lot of evidence of routes driving into the soil. Fossil plants are extremely rare here and Morrison. That's due more to the geochemistry. I think being more alkaline not conducive to produce the producing fossils of plants. But there's really not a great indication of a ton of plant life here Jurassic Morrison so you're a stegosaurus and you're looking around fairly flat not a lot of plants. Most of our knowledge of Morrison Formation Plant life comes from sites that were wet and swampy That we're not here and Morrison So we really can't even think of the more information as this homogeneous plane of the same landscape and the same same fauna flora everywhere doesn't work like that so get people to think in vision what these habitats were like like through time comparing them to what we've been exposed to through pop culture whether it'd be dinosaur books I was or movies like there's that movie about the that park that went everything went What was that dress? Mark and small little Indie film came out like twenty. Go you know these. Taking these cultural touchstones. The people have and meeting them. Somewhere in the metal taking what what they know what they've been exposed to. which is what that dinosaurs were live? And they were here And then trying to deepen their knowledge and their appreciation for these he's ecosystems through time they would rise and fall and rise and fall over and over again for one hundred and seventy million years when it comes to dinosaurs and we have a pretty good record. Certainly not a complete record by any stretch of the means of of more of Mrs Oik Paleontology here in the front range of Colorado. But but it's just such a fun challenge. I'm trying to introduce real history to the general public. Yeah so I'm trying to imagine like a modern analog for the Morrison is it kind of like the DAKOTAS but the non mountainous part of the DAKOTAS. I think of it more yesterday out back. Oh Wow at baron yeah. I'm not a lot of ground cover. I mean just probing into the soils with. We're looking for inorganic horizon. On top of the Paleo Sol's like you would see in a tropical soil. It's not they're here when we're digging in Jurassic rocks looking for a route casts large small. They're not there So far as we have found we've sampled everything fairly extensively miss just all fossil pollens haven't found much. Although I'd release area of future research I would like to exploit looking for more fossil pollens but areas in which fossil pollen would concentrate. We don't have many of those exposed on our rich unfortunately so when it's all said and done the indication is that there's not a lot of plant life growing here the surprising surprising with all the herbivores that are in the Morrison formation. It is especially right here. Because the most abundant urban wars are a source. Hi Yeah So. We have from Corrie ten lakes collected a partial femur and win reconstructed that femur would be about about two thousand thirty millimeters so six feet six inches tall. I this is. This is a big dinosaur source. Ajax this is a mature as the type specimen of a Jack Swiping. Meeting sixty is a young critter Three secret bray at a lot of growing to do it's still big dinosaur but it's not Not as big as ask the other animal buried at the same site we have a pet disorders occurring at other sites too and only within the past decade if we started finding the remains of camera source here no diplo tickets yet or plot or typically dacas going to please all regional variation of the pronunciation of of the double beam. So the question is. What are these dinosaurs? These giant multicolored dinosaurs feeding upon. Here we don't have a lot of plant life will. How do dinosaurs feeding in general? Well we look for specific clues. Those clues being shed tooth crowns dinosaurs. That had teeth have a wonderful dental plan. Pit Extra for this. They had never ending supply of teeth in their jaws so they can loose teeth and re grow them throughout their lives and a shed tooth versus a live to. It's easy to spot the differences. Shed teeth eighth are usually very war at the apex of the crown. So the the end of the tooth making contact with whatever the dice resenting but the root of the tooth dissolves within the jaws and the only thing that's left and the jaws is just the crown the part of the two that you see sticking up above of the gun line held in there by the periodontics ligament so the next time that dinosaur bites into something hard that snaps out So here's a specific example Apple Lakes at Corrie ten Arthur Lake score ten. Is's eighteen seventy eight whilst digging up the first pet a source He found a half dozen small carnivorous dinosaur teeth. He and even though they hadn't been had logged At the peabody did diligently mapped them into the quarry and I have copies of those. I know where they were found exactly in relationship to the bones and when I went through shelf by shelf looking at all of the stuff that lakes dug up here and there I would defined. Oh there's an alice tooth and it's really warned. The Syrians are worn off. The tip is is warned. And there's no there's no route attached so that's a shed too so right there. We can reconstruct some Jurassic Ecology. This food web. That allosaurus was chewing upon the carcass of this giant the source Ajax. We can't tell whether or not the Allosaur was scavenging or had preyed upon that of course but we can discern this energy flow this food web of one animal consuming another. And that's interesting information. That goes back one hundred forty five and a half million years but when it comes to your business dinosaurs. I've seen gene from our sites here. In Morrison multiple teeth belonging to long dinosaurs specifically camera soars and dosage so animals like a source or devoting us and the all have roots there all more or less on worn. There's no no evidence that these teeth were shed and that's not uncommon so when we look at other sites in the Morrison formation shed shed rigorous teeth that are mapped in documented. They're going to museum. Collections are not abundance. Unfortunately we don't have any evidence that are giants mega. Urban core population was resident We have no evidence that they were feeding here. Maybe just stopping through and then moving on. So I think there's your answer Our resident population of Ajax was resident at all. They were snow birds that are passing through drastic highway. You've spoken a little bit a written a little bit about Bronx or in Potus to on a yeah tell us we added that. Here's what I think. This is going to be painful here because we dino geeks six. We always want to be right and when I was growing up I would take information from my dinosaur books in regurgitate it. And it. One of my favorite phrases to be a little drastic smarty pants. Say actually always actually actually really brontosaurus doesn't exist his. It's actually adulthood say well look Brennan source like wow. I'm sorry and I could not have been more wrong after laying my hands on the first brontosaurus remains and and Part of that type sample from it's called Corrie ten up a couple of Wyoming And our local Morrison sample and looking at other passovers spread spread out through the Morrison formation. They are reflective of unique anatomical features and the skulls and the next and to a lesser degree to chests. Now the reason why Brontosaurus and a Passos were synonymous in the first place was because of a true error that was pointed out by Elmer Riggs in Nineteen ninety-three in that as our policies long necked dinosaurs would grow the three bones that make up the sacred so these kind of the block of vertebrae in between the big blades of the pelvis. The as these animals mature Nick at accession weight and to their rumps they would have loose. Cyril Vertebrae both before the sacred after this from fuse together to strengthen that unit as a singular unit and Elmer Riggs pointed that out he also pointed handed out the similarities and the shoulder blades of the dinosaurs to just based upon marshes publications because he didn't I don't think Ever got the chance to review the specimens personally He was going off of the work that had been published prior to him. Now he was right. He pointed out a a real issue and because he saw so many similarities and other regions the body like the shoulders. And and that the rationale that professor marsh used to separate paddocks from brontosaurus. which was the number vertebrae in the hips the first specimen of the panthers? I head three vertebrae in the sacred and the type specimen of Brontosaurus solstice had five vertebrae That basis was was recognized as is grew through. Time Attayah right And that paper was more or less ignored. Unfortunately because it was some solid work Up until Tell Jack. McIntosh and drawn Berman pointed out in the late nineteen seventies. That will weave putting the wrong head on Brontosaurus in a Peta. Soros Time Elwyn by the way back in Nineteen Oh. Three marines synonymous Brontosaurus look pretty similar in certain regions of the body. The Fun thing about Paleontology A- as being the data driven science is if we want more data to refine our understanding of these wonderful critters. We need to go out and dig and collect more oranmore which has been occurring since the time of Arthur lakes here in the American West in our sample size and our understanding of these animals has grown exponentially essentially since then and both Emmanuel shopping. His colleagues pointed out some differences in the skeletons of both Brontosaurus. An Akita Soros and the work that I'm actually doing right now. is going to show us some substantial differences and both the skull and and in the neck of both Brontosaurus Source to court. So the tiny Dino Geek in me from the nineteen eighties who walked around with such authority telling people that Brian sorest didn't exist. I am now offering my my penance. I am I am. I'm wrong it is it's it's legit. It's a real thing. Can you tell us a little bit about the work. You're doing with that now or is it too soon to say. It's a little soon to say because the specimen that we're working on is a partial skull that's in a very hard sandstone and when I say it's a hard sandstone. These grains of quartz are interlocking with one another like a three eighty tetris tiles and trying to tease them apart without damaging the more brittle bone is teri difficult. I'm requires -quires a lot of time and specialized tools we've tried scanning the blocks We have no resolution because it just reads as one giant lump of class So we have to go through with very specialized find mechanical tools to break apart the sand grains a little bit at the time so it it's it's doable. It just is taking a lot longer than we would have hoped share but yeah it looks like you've done some work in this area already co-authored a conference paper about the brought ashore in a had a different head mechanics they did. Yeah Yeah Bob. And I recognized after my first Couple of trips back to the peabody that the Brontosaurus skull that he and his crew collected At near Coupla Wyoming in the mid nineteen nineties on the brink of that animal whiz the wildlife different than the braincase of course Ajax that these animals the muscle attachments below. Hello the main attachment point from the head to the neck suggests that the neutral position of the head of an appendice Soroush versus a Brontosaurus was very different by like ninety degrees. So I mean even from a distance if you were silhouette of an appendice Brontosaurus. You'd be able to pick it out if they did indeed live at the exact same time at addressing which I'm not convinced up because we haven't found Celsius remains with Ajax remains yet. Still something that we we are probing into you in our big Brontosaurus paper cool. I look forward to reading that me too. I look forward to finishing it so they get that monkey off my back. Sabrina Favorite Dinosaur Brontosaurus and then she headed for a while. Say that it was a potus. But now she's back to saying it's Brontosaurus it. It truly is in fact even saying that they were the same dinosaur. Which you've you've probably heard that same freeze to a Historically it was never argued that they were the same the same dinosaur so they really aren't the same dinosaur. They are very different. Fact looking at the the head neck mechanics of Brunton versus a panel. They're more different than modern-day servants elk deer moose elk deer and Moose whose neck vertebrae I'll look more or less the same. They just get more robust as the animals. Get larger a pedestal Morris and Brontosaurus. The cervical ribs are different shaved. The the next are of a different geometry cross-section sources wider than brontosaurus allowing neck to move left right differently away from one animal to the other. They're just they're very different. Beasts they really are. Yeah it just. It's one of those problems with how everybody just knows dinosaurs disorders by the genus name alone. And then so. If there's a sub species that just not even a subspecies just a more species in the genus. Knows how to talk about it. It uses the species names right. And then you have the taxonomic lawyering going on where some people Want to juvenile even animals that make them adult animals or vice versa or not tried to put animals in context of time and space just for the sake of keeping it easy because because new defining fossil genus can be subjective based upon the worker and one disc analysis which sounds very scientific. It's easy to skew results Or just say that computer spat this out. And it's what it says. So this is what we're going with attacks on me. Regardless of how morphological logically distinct animals is from animal. Be We tend to use special plea arguments of on Taj near sexual morphism or individual variation and we can't quantify those three things with our more information several Except for maybe say Cleveland Lloyd with the allosaur sample. There were thirteen. Maybe but until June is not terribly hard to quantify individual variation sexual morphism dude dude with a sample size of to do so through sure so so far listeners if they wanted to find and out more about you and your work. Where's the best place for them to go online? If you really want to learn more about what we're doing what I'm doing most of my works posted on the Morrison Museum facebook page. Nice Sunday's usually usually links to things that I've I've done whether it's the T.. REX autopsy that. I did a few years ago for National Geographic Traffic. All the way up to little academic papers gray will thank you so much for joining us and hopefully one day we'll make it out to Morrison Museum on our list well Garrett and Sabrina it's been a pleasure chatting with you I know I tend to ramble but I get excited about this and hard to contain me. So that's cool I hope to chat with you guys again and coming out to Morrison. I'll show you around. Great thanks thanks again Matthew adver chatting with us one day we will make it out to the Morrison Natural History Museum. We're really excited about it. The Denver is definitely on the list. The shortlist of cities we need to make it to close. And there's so many museums there yet and then Morrison's not far from Denver and before we get into our dinosaur of the day a a quick reminder that our book is waiting to be added to your holiday wishlist and now wish list sometimes get out of date and then you've got a bunch of old stuff on there and you don't really want anymore so take a look cat this book new. It's brand new. It's got new dinosaurs at the aren't really in any other books. And you can get fifty little little vignettes about details that we know about their lives. Because there's usually at least something interesting you can tell from a fossil and some Brenna managed a we've all these little elements into fifty stories. Yeah so it's covers fifty stories from dinosaurs discovered in the past five years and then also oh facts about other dinosaurs because there were over a hundred dinosaurs discovered in the last few years alone. So if you're looking for something to add your wishlist or you know a dinosaur enthusiast in your wife who you need to buy a present for than this could be a gift and a quick easy linked to get to. It is bit dot L. Y. Slash fifty dinosaur tales at the number fifty and then tales T. A. L. E. S. A.. Now into our dinosaur of the day LEPTO ceratops which chose requests from dinosaur four six two so thanks. It was a serotype seeing that lived in the late Cretaceous in what is now western North America in Alberta Canada and Wyoming in the US Lepto serotypes is estimated to be about six point six feet or two meters long and weigh a hundred and fifty to four hundred and forty one pounds. Sir Sixty two two hundred kilograms quite range. And it's both quadrupedal and bipedal. It could probably stand and run onto lakes and it could walk on four Wigs though it couldn't pro. Nate Tans. A two thousand seven study found LEPTO. CERATOPS kept its hands in a clapping POS- so in other words the fingers are pointed out to the sides not up towards its head like when babies crawl at Lepto ceratops had short lord downward pointing horns near the cheeks. It also had a frill in a leaf shaped tail it was herbivorous and had these short deep jaws and in a powerful bite so it could sheer and crush plan matter and has probably able to chew pretty tough vegetation lepto Saratov's was probably a low browser careening ferns and conifers. There's one study in two thousand sixteen by Frank Very Oh published in peer j that found the dental micro wear on Lepto ceratops teeth teeth with similar. To some rodents and LEPTO CERATOPS is quote the first evidence of complex mammal like Chewing Sarah Topsy and dinosaur the type species czyz Lepto ceratops Priscilla's and the genus name means little horned face. It was found in nineteen ten by Barnum Brown in the Red Deer Valley in Alberta Canada. There wasn't a skull found at first but then later more fossils were found by Charles Sternberg in nineteen forty seven Charles M. Sternberg the sun and more fossils were found around in the bighorn basin in Wyoming nineteen seventy eight and that one's nicknamed Lance Brown found two skeletons but they were on a cattle pathway and the cows trampled old the exposed fossils and brown describe left. Oh ceratops in nineteen fourteen. Some fossils were found in Montana in nineteen forty two and they were called Lepto ceratops. Sarah Ranko but lynn later. That was renamed to Montana Sir. Tops in two thousand three a lower arm bone. The single owner was found in Australia and Patricia. And Thomas Rich found that it looked similar to Lepto ceratops so they named it. The SERTA option serendipity tops but some scientists think that there's not enough known about this one but if it is related to left us airdrops it could change what we know about Sarah Topsy in evolution. Because there's no other top seeds found in Australia Australia. Australian dinosaurs that keep coming up And if you have a chance you can see Lepto ceratops at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa and are fun fact of the day. Is that dinosaurs have been in space. At least twice not including any bits that have been launched out of the atmosphere during the chicks lube impact so in nineteen eighty five some Maya Sora bone fragments and eggshell fragments. Were taken up two spacelab too. As far as I can tell they weren't used in any actual experiments on the space station and it was just a publicity stunt but that's probably a good thing because prepping fossils in space would be a really terrible idea media all of the fine rock debris would cause a lot of havoc in zero G. There's all this stuff they do to try to eliminate powders and you know fine rock rock type stuff from being in the air where you know can get in your lungs or jam and clog up equipment or cause all sorts of other problems so yeah space is not a good place for paleontology. Preparation work of. I thought maybe they're trying to do something with like a chemical analysis this or something but apparently it's not anywhere in their notes about experiments that they did so I guess they just took it up to say that they took it is organised space and then again thirteen years later. In nineteen ninety eight a seal Faisal skull was brought along on a mission to Mir and again I think that was just a publicity stunt. I couldn't find into any justification for it anywhere but considering piloted spaceships explode. More than one percent of the time. Yeah I think it's probably good that we haven't launched any other other dinosaurs in the last twenty years because what's the point in taking something. You replaceable into space just to say you took it. They're like does has in doesn't make a lot of sense. It's the same reason. We don't launch nuclear waste into space because there's a chance to blow up and then you have nuclear waste going everywhere so oh let's just leave the dinosaurs on earth. The perfectly fine here and on that note that wraps up this episode of Dino. Thanks thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe you. Don't miss out on any new episodes. 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#A277 (ascorbate to asexual)
"Hello hello words. Welcome welcome. Welcome to the dictionary. I hope you're telling your friends about this podcast. Don't tell your your your family emily but just tell your friends all right. I don't have anything interesting to say except that this is I did not get a chance to record this. Fourth quarter of page seventy one Yesterday when I previously record these recorded these so this is all new. Let's see how badly I can say. Some of these words all right. The first I word is a score Bait A. S. C. O. R. B. A. T. E.. This is a noun from nineteen forty one a salt out of a scorebig. Next is a scorebig acid. It is two words it is a noun from nineteen thirty three and we just have these synonym vitamin C. and the etymology says this is from Plus scorebook score beauties score but US I don't know how to say that word and that means scurvy and there's more at the word score beautiful And I actually did read this one. I think I read it in the previous episode. The first time I recorded this but You know pirates. They used to get scurvy and they figured out that vitamin C.. I think would help either there curate. Or help with the symptoms and That's what a scorebig acid is All right next we have ask a spore A. S. C. O. S. P. O. R. E.. I have a feeling we've got some More fungus talk happening. This is a noun from eighteen. Seventy eighty five any of the spores contained in an ask us. Oh here we go. This is the word I was looking for. In the previous episode. There is a word called Asas skiffs and the Plural form is ASCII. Sei and that is the word that came up a couple of times in those lasko mighty my seat of fungus words in the previous episode so an Lasko Spore is any of the sports contain in contained contained in and ask us. lasko spark is an adjective next we have ascott. ASC Ot and I have something in my eyes. That is really frustrating. Me Okay. This is a noun from eighteen ninety eight abroad next scarf that is looped under under the chin. Should I start wearing ascot's that would be weird. This is from Ascot Heath that is a racetrack racetrack near Ascot England. So is the ascott scarf named after the racetrack. or the town Ascott. It seems like it would make more sense that it would be named after the town and not the racetrack. But it's claiming that it's named after the race track. Who what what? What did the all the race track? Drivers wear. A broad neck scarf That's interesting I think think I might need to look into that more. All right we are going to move on to the word ascribe. This is a transitive verb and we have some fun. Synonym Information Mation Let's see this is a transitive verb from the fifteenth century to refer to a supposed- 'cause source or author ascribable describable is an adjective and the etymology says. This is from the Latin Oscar Beret which is from odd plus scripts which means to write. W W R I t here we go with the synonym information. A scribe attribute assign impute cute and credit mean to lay something to the account of a person or thing ascribe suggests and interfering or conjecturing of caused ause quality authorship as in forged paintings formerly ascribed to masters attribute suggests less -tentivness fitness than ascribe less definite nece than assign as in attributed to Rembrandt. But possibly done by an associate assign implies ascribing with certainty or after deliberation as in a sign the bones to the Cretaceous period impute suggests scrubbing something that brings discredit by way of accusation or blame as in tried to impute sinister motives to my actions. Credit implies ascribing a thing or especially in action to a person or other thing as its agent source I or explanation as in credited his teammates for his success and now we have the word ascribed with if they d at the end. This is an adjective from nineteen sixty nine acquired or assigned arbitrarily as at birth as in ascribed -scribed social status next. We have a subscription. It's not a prescription. It's an ascriptin. This is a noun from fifteen ninety ninety eight one. The act of ascribing synonym is attribution number two arbitrary placement as at birth earth in a particular social status next. We have a script give. This is an adjective from sixteen fifty relating to who marked by or involving ascriptin. And here we have that fund word. Ask us that. I have mentioned before. A S C U S. This this is a noun from eighteen. Thirty the membranous oval or Tubular spar case of an ESCO mice. Eat your. Yeah I just said that membranous is it membranous. I think it's membranous so it's the thing in a fungus that holds sports. Yeah I think so. Why didn't they say that? This is from the Greek. Ask Ghost which means Weinstein or bladder and we saw that etymology previously. Next we have as Dick A S D I C. That's how it's pronounced. This is a Noun Rome. Nineteen thirty nine. It is chiefly British yet because I think if people said that in English in America we would know about it now so achieve flea British and it just means the Word Sonar S. O. N. A. R. Which Let's see there's A. There's a specific name for it. It's an abbreviation creation sonar is. I don't remember what exactly it stands for. But it's basically the idea of sending out a sound hearing. It bounced back so you can determine how far away it is or what the shape of it is. Dolphins use this bats use this I've even heard of a lot of blind humans. Use this I maybe some humans use it. Who aren't blind? But in general it's used by blind humans and they're hearing is so amazing raising that they can actually use this This method of of sound. Anyway that's sonar we're talking about as Dick And the Etymology etymology says that it is from as Dick's A. S. D. I C. S. which means underwater ECHO ranging probably from. Oh this this is also a an abbreviation no acronym. That's the word I was looking for Probably from Anti Submarine Division. Is there more plus I. C S okay so a from anti s from Submarine D from division and plus ICS the S. and then in parentheses. It says the British Admiralty Admiralty Department from Nineteen Sixteen to nineteen eighteen next we have a s e all caps. This is an abbreviation for American Stock Exchange. Next we have a suffix it is a s e it Just says enzyme as in protein as that is spelled P. R. O.. Oh T. E. A. S. E. Next. We have another abbreviation. It is I don't know how to say it ASEAN asking it is spelled. Okay S. E. A. N. all caps. It is an abbreviation for Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Next we have a sexist. I know this is a bad medical term This is a noun from eighteen ninety to one the condition of of being a septic. Don't worry we'll get to a septic next and number two the methods of making or keeping a septic and here we go with aseptic septic. It is an adjective from circa eighteen. Fifty nine one a preventing infection as in a septic techniques. And I have to apologize because I said this is a bad medical term But it is not it has it is actually the opposite. What I was thinking of was sepsis not a Sepsis And of course adding the aid to the beginning we learned a long time ago. Basically make something the opposite. So so with that knowledge Let's reread one. A it says preventing infection aseptic techniques is an example one be free or freed from pathogenic microorganisms as in an a septic operating room. Basically just means it is clean and no bad things are around number. Two lacking vitality emotion or warmth as in a septic essays essays and that is an interesting use of the word in a non medical situation. that it's it's a sterile sterile. Errol is another word for a septic Obviously they don't even mention that here so it's clearly a little bit different enough where they can't mention it But that's basically what it means so when you're talking about an essay say That is a septic or sterile. It means there's it's just bland and there's nothing going on you want some. You want some interesting stuff happening happening next. We have no a septic. Lee is an adverb. Had to throw that in there and now we are on the last word of the episode it is the word a sexual a s e x you l.. This is an adjective from eighteen. Thirty one lacking in sex or functional sex organs as in a sexual plants. There's a lot of plants and animals that are able due to reproduce asexually which is crazy number two a involving or reproducing by reproductive processes as cell division spore formation physician or budding that do not involve the Union of individuals or gang meets as in a sexual sexual reproduction also is in an asexual generation to be produced by a sexual reproduction as as in a sexual spores three devoid of sexuality as in and Ace Na sexual relationship sexuality is a noun and a sexually is an adverb. And I'm going to flip the page and make sure that there is nothing else and there is nothing else for this one and I actually How do I describe this? I have a website where I made some little wrote a scope animations. It's I've been thinking dot Com. There's no gee I can put a link in the Description the episode description. But I had an idea where I I had a character who would just say short funny lines and then I would animate them and put them up and there was one that I wrote that had to do with a section you know opposed to homosexuality or bisexuality Basically the idea that someone is not interested in sex of any kind and and the line was something like asexuality. That's gotTa suck and I I got a little flack for that and you know I. I don't know people I'm not in that world I think that what am I trying to say. I didn't realize I had a little education when I got got some flack for that which was totally warranted and to somebody who Identifies as a sexual. It doesn't suck to them to be a sexual. Oh that's just that's just who they are and so I think I do still have the video up but it's not like I've shared it or anything like that and You know I just want to recognize that that you know I came from a closed minded or not closed minded but an uneducated and ignorant point of view and so so it was not a judgment. It was meant to just be a joke from a standpoint of someone who is not a sexual which of course most people are Most people are not a sexual But you know somebody was offended by that and so I just wanted to say I'm sorry and we're going to move on. So let's see I think will make a sexual the word of the episode because you know from that context It has some some some big meaning gene to me and I and two obviously other people I think it's fascinating that there are a lot of creatures both animals and plants and funguses probably as well that reproduce asexually and they still are able to find a way to live in this world and not necessarily necessarily sometimes but not always overtake their environment. nature tends to find a way to balances balance itself out and most plants and animals. can live in peace and harmony in their Their circle of life and And you know when something can reproduce asexually They can just keep on going as much as they want. But they don't always do that Unlike like humans who don't reproduce asexually and who are also taking over this planet like a virus and with that we are going to end this episode this long episode. Thank you very much for listening. Apologies for that diatribe or whatever. I went off on at the end and I hope you join me for the next episode which will be at the top of page seventy two. Thank you and goodbye.
What's the Controversy Behind 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'?
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If you visit the town of sterling Massachusetts today, you'll find a small copper statue of woolly little creature meant to be a replica of the original Lim that followed nine year old Mary Sawyer to school in eighteen fifteen below the statue is a plaque inscribed with the famous opening verse end ascriptin Mary had a little lamb. It's fleece was white as snow and everywhere that Mary went the lamb was shared go. Jon Rao stone. So who exactly was Mary Sawyer? And who was this John Ralston who allegedly wrote the original poem, according to a sixty page book, titled the story of Mary and her little lamb and published in nineteen twenty eight by none other than karma yoga, Henry Ford. More on that later, Mary Sawyer was a typical New England schoolgirl who nursed starving lamb back to health winning a lifelong friend in this book, an adult Sawyer recounted. I got the lamb worn by wrapping it in an old garment and holding it in my arms beside the fireplace in the morning much to my girlish, delight it could stand and from that time and improved rapidly. It soon learned to drink milk and from the time it would walk about it would follow me anywhere. If I only called it. The books behind the music story of the song explains that before leaving for school one morning Sawyer whistled for the lamb and it came faithfully trotting over at which point her brother NATs justed. Let's take the lamb to school with this. She tried to hide the lamb in a basket under her chair. But it was discovered when she stood up to recite a lesson and the fluffy critter started to bleat her teacher. Polly Kimball laughed outright, which caused Sawyer some embarrassment. So she took the lamb out to a shed until school was over for the day. John Ralston was a local boy preparing for college who happened to be visiting the old red school has that day and was according to Sawyer very much pleased with the instant of the lamb so Ralston went home wrote a three stanza poem and return the next day on horseback to hand deliver the original verses of Mary had a little lamb to Sawyer herself. Or so the story goes in sterling Massachusetts meanwhile in Newport, New Hampshire the folks celebrate hometown hero. Sarah Joseph a hail as the author of this beloved nursery. Rhyme HALE is also famous for her role in creating the modern American thanksgiving by a long running letter campaign to five US presidents as a young poet and writer HALE moved to Boston in eighteen twenty eight to become the editor of the first women's magazine in the United States later known as good he's ladies book. It was in Boston that helmet Lowell Mason, a young musician composer intent on bringing music education into America's public schools. Mason inhale shared, the belief that sim. Children's poems set to music could be used teach good Christian morals to kids that would help them. Grow into productive and upright citizens at Mason's. Request HALE wrote a short book fifteen poems called poems for our children, which was published in eighteen thirty Mason than wrote simple melodies to accompany each poem, including these six verse poem, then known as Mary's lamb. Interestingly the tune Mason wrote for Mary's limb, which was included in his eighteen thirty one book, juvenile liar likely the first public school songbook sounds nothing like the melody we know today that melody was borrowed later from the course of a popular minstrel show song called good night ladies, so which story is true. So you're claimed that the first three verses of Hale's poem were identical to the one written by young John Ralston, although the piece of paper gifted to Sawyer had long since disappeared and rows don't tragically died while a freshman at Harvard. So he wasn't around corroborate. When hails version was included in school readers nationwide in the eighteen. Fifties. So you're assumed that the author had simply expanded on Ralston's original three verses, but HALE denied ever seeing another version of Mary had a little lamb and swore. She had conjured the story holy from her imagination. Both Sawyer inhale signed letters in sworn statements in their old age hail just days before death in eighteen eighty nine professing that they were telling the truth of the origin of what had already become a classic nursery rhyme. Enter Henry Ford after both of the women were long gone automobile. Magnate Henry Ford stepped into the fray in nineteen twenty seven he took up the cause of Mary Sawyer moving the wooden frame of Mary's original red schoolhouse from sterling Massachusetts to the nearby town of Sudbury where Ford owned an inn and then in nineteen twenty eight he published the aforementioned book, which gives Ralston full credit for the original versus and asked. Why a respected local woman who served as a matron of the local hospital would make up such a wild story in repeat it her entire life. Hails defenders asked the same question. Sandra Sonics in volunteer archivist of these Sarah j HALE collection at the Richards free library in Newport, New Hampshire writing for the library's website said the story of Mary Sawyer implies that somehow Sarah HALE came across this never published schoolhouse poem, and plagiarized it. How could you have come across? It. Henry Ford's book explains the two towns where Sawyer inhale lived. We're close to each other. They're ninety miles apart over the most direct route. That would have been followed in eighteen fifteen Henry had not yet invented the automobile. So the distance was considerable in a Baltimore Sun story from nineteen ninety eight about the ongoing feud between sterling Massachusetts and Newport, New Hampshire a hail supporter and Newport librarian weighed in let's face. It. Henry Ford made good cars. I don't think he's a good historian. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler playing brain stuff is a production of I heart radio is how stuff works for more on this and lots of other surprise and controversies visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for more podcast. Iheartradio is the I heart radio app apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by it could happen here. A new podcast is a second American civil war possible. How would it look? 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FES yes I caved in and joined as a agent!
"Welcome to bake de country. You're in the second palace hanging out prints. dj hours. Before i go to my possibly i post Kobe clinic and i did some things differently. I decided to eat early. Because the last time on the shot i had a maybe that worked at my diety over being laid and thing but i had some of the chicken. Did i helped. I had a local five chicken company. I think it was lee's famous chicken famous chicken here in missouri saint louis missouri. Let me tell you. It is good and israel good. I will order from them. I mean even macaroni and cheese is good. I mean it can rival Kentucky fried chicken. But i will order both of them again. They that was good. That was really good. But i wanted to help our economy immemorial because our economy is like trashing all the time because of this martha cove but in a very good so i did on spending unemployment came in i came. I join financial education system of the day. But i only joined at an agent because Debt program does have their fees. Monthly program dubbed their feet. That i'm selling a lot. It's a lot of things far as credit and they they also have A way that you could Away that you could report rent part of your credit and there's also a lady that you can make your will and power of attorney and i thought that autumn. I thought that only. I thought that only pay legal done something like that but obviously financial education services doesn't do and i think that is fabulous. I absolutely fabulous that day. Offer where you can make your own will and do a power of attorney. I think that awesome will lead the link for it on the youtube channel and also on the marquee and i always say the website. Pretty soon but You know. I'm still kinda tired but I don't want to miss anything i think. Wait let me see if i can say now for missing any information and they have a pretty explanatory video. Come on william lilly okay. Yeah they have a pretty explanatory video on What the services that they offer because like it does a lot. I'm gonna let the video. Do all the work for me. Because of are tied to do it is going to backfire but anyway It is a u. c. e. s. p. p. dot net slash deep p or t. e. r. twenty three and the d. n. a. P. is capitalized. Why whether it is like self-education just like in the college everything's the gate but let me say it again if u. c. e. s. p. p. for protection plan dot net slash d. p. o. r. t. e. r. Twenty three and. the dp is capitalized. And i will have the link in d- Description and i will put in the time third sometime one of the time their own gonna put an inscription opponent ascriptin idiot. I forgot frank log. So that's another way that you make money you can also become a you. Don't have to buy the service right away. Because i feel like it's eighty nine dollars a month then i've already got rant. I've already got I'm doing pre need planning already. I got the wifi. And plus i got you too. Because that's the thing. My months of premium does not end until the fourth april four. Because i was trying to see if i can pay for early but because i have the app on d. iphone i had to wait until the fourth and the ad i could at the card on the On the app. But after i pay not bad but put the money in the thing but i i'll probably go to bank tomorrow and i made sure that i have lived to go to the bank and also go to vote on six so much waiting but i don't like the way amazon. Don't take the money out right away. Because remember i said i was gonna by advil. I did but i bought it online. I make sure i did. I brought to sadaqa have enough. Especially when i go to six flags because really i want to say one for when i am out of advil oh and i also bob business card for fps. That actually have my website. I don't have my phone on the good. I don't want people call me all kinds of the day and then i'm trying to sleep and everything like that because of my Fatigue nece but it does have my email my my website and it's a pretty nice car i really liked did. It's a really nice card. I was like wow. But i was trying to order enough so i could take with me to the conference but there was one card. I think you'd get five thousand but they wanted like almost like my rent money because my mentors fight sixty one five something i like. That's my rent money. I'm glad i glad even pay rent already. I'm glad i did that. While so i was like i couldn't get the debt but i couldn't get hunted. I'm going to have to keep bordering between now. And when i go to conventions podcasting conventions and i pass the card out and I still want to automate. But i'll have to order that next week. So that the pat them out at the convention too. But i stopped car time to do though so. This is a decision decision. But i did cave. I did cave in join. 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Jane Mayer on How to Kill a Bill
"I'm dorothy wickham to on today's politics. More podcast david. Ramnik talks with new yorkers. Jane mayer about h. r. One a bill that would expand voting rights nationwide league recording of a call with republican strategist outlines. The tactics. Conservatives are using to sink the bill despite its popularity among both democrats and republicans. Hr one is probably the most important voting rights law since nineteen sixty five and if it's passed and that's a very big if hr one would bring automatic voter registration across the country. It would take on gerrymandering and it would restore voting rights to felons who have served their time. But there's another aspect of hr one that we didn't talk about last week and that's campaign financing so called dark money could be dark. No more political groups would have to make their big donors public and for those people behind dark money packs people like conservative super donor. Charles coke that provision of hr. One is very bad news back in january. Before the inauguration a group of political strategists had a meeting to discuss hr one staff writer. Jane mayer got her hands on a leaked recording of that meeting. When i first heard this recording. I nearly fell off my chair. I have to admit gathered together on this call with leaders of a number of powerful conservative groups They included a group. That was run by charles coke who happens to be one of the biggest donors of dark money in american history and with them were representatives from the office of a couple of republican members of congress including mitch mcconnell's office and one of the people who was on the call was grover. Norquist who is a longtime crusader against taxes in the founder of a group called americans for tax reform. Left is not stupid evil. They know what they're doing. And we need to take part of our day whether we're focused on taxes or spending or Whatever piece of the freedom movement we work on understand that the donor. Privacy issue is our fight to what they're focusing on is the legislation known as hr one because what it does is provide for disclosure for the first time of donors that are giving more than ten thousand dollars to nonprofit groups. If their money is going towards electoral politics It also requires much more disclosure of as on television and digital platforms. And for the first time it requires that people who are giving more than ten thousand dollars to affect judicial nominees That they to explain to the public who they are so that the public can judge what they might want and this kind of disclosure is a problem for one group of people which is secret donors. Who don't want to be known who for the last decade for the most part had funded right wing organizations and causes now not all the dark money goes only to the republican side for the first time in twenty twenty. Interestingly there was more dark money that was being spent by democratic groups in the presidential election than the republican. Ones for coke however. This is really a paramount concern. Because he's really got an entire political machine that is funded by dark money but when it comes to donor privacy. I can't stress enough. How how quickly things could get out of hand. Steep donaldson is a policy adviser to mitch. Mcconnell grover mentioned earlier how The left has already identified that they want to punish anybody that was involved in the last four years. So well we have to hold our people together And this is not just a rhetorical exercise anymore of of countering their arguments you guys have to actively work to highlight these issues to two members of congress so that we don't lose people on these issues. It's not uncommon in washington politics for these kinds of conversations to take place there is supposed to be league line. Though however these groups these nonprofit groups under the law are supposed to be nonpartisan and here you can hear them conferring and coordinating with the republican leadership in congress and what really makes this call. Unique is the. You're hearing them speak candidly in a way the almost never do. I'm gonna pull up just a few slides as research person. I'm sure you're looking forward to them. What really grabbed my attention. Here is the internal research done by kyle. Mackenzie of stand together now. That's a coke organization. And what they were looking at is how hr one was playing with the public and A little bit of a spoiler but it's very mixed results On that front the first thing is simply that you have to understand that most people had never heard of the phrase h. r. one So over sixty percent of people just had no idea what we were talking about said have you ever heard of. Hr one however win presented with a very neutral description of hr one people were generally supportive And the most worrisome part which grover mentioned at the very beginning of his presentation is that conservatives were actually asked supportive as the general public was when they read the neutral ascriptin of hr one. And so this isn't just a matter of like finding conservatives and then activating them on this in public way. You know there's a very large chunk of conservatives who are supportive of these types of efforts it wasn't just liberal democrats who believe that there should be more campaign finance disclosure about running into politics. What they discovered was that conservatives felt the same way their own voters it turns out think there should be more transparency and disclosure so grappling with this. Mackenzie is trying to figure out something positive. He can say to the other conservatives about how they can handle what for them is a problem. Don't get into a fight In hr one where you engage with the other side where they have the talking points. Hr one stops billionaires from buying elections Unfortunately we found that that is a winning message that simple message foreign away. Resonated with people and riled them up the most perhaps most sadly on the don'ts column here. This is a major reason we undertook. This research was to simply test whether the phrase cancel culture be attached to. Hr one and using that to motivate the right. You know our phrase was something akin to hr one is the less attempt to use. Cancel culture to you. Know to cancel conservatives something like that And it really ranked in the bottom Obviously for the general public but even for conservatives as well for conservative specifically We we just tested a message that you know. She has shared publicly that She wants to hold people. In the trump administration accountable. What what she means by that is unclear and we. We were honest about that in in the message. So this was weird. What why were they. Bring up. The name of alexandria ocasio cortez. She's only one of zillions of sponsors of hr one. But i mean it's pretty clear that they just wanted to try to tie her name to this legislation because she's kind of a boogeyman for the conservative movement and they were hoping that maybe she'd scare off their voters. It did you know move. Zero percent of liberals that's to be expected and it moved about thirty thirty one percent of republicans to change their point of view about hr one when they were showing this kind of story about how aoc wants to hold them accountable and that hr one would allow her to do that. A lot more easily. This'll basically they can't find an argument. That really kills. Hr one at least in the public's view and that includes among conservatives so then what are they going to do. They're going to give up on the voters will and instead what they're gonna do is pursue what they describe as under the dome type strategies which are those under the congressional rotunda roof meaning inside back room strategies where they can put the fix in with republican members of congress. Steve donaldson though mcconnell. Sounds a cautionary note. Though that my big ass to to a lot of the groups that are on this call is do not just look at individual component parts and think this doesn't apply to us or were okay with this or we can live with this. He warns that it's possible that the democrats even if they can't get the whole bill might try to break it up into pieces. He's basically saying. Kill any single piece of this bill. That looks like it might survive just because one of these bills may seem reasonable to you. There's not mean that it is not part of eight grand scheme to undermine the privacy of your donors and To inhibit the ability of guys do do what you do. So what does this mean. I mean basically when you think about it. These old powers in the establishment republican party what they're grappling with is there's change foot There's a new mood out in the country and even conservative voters of got to the point where they to think. There's too much money in american politics whether they're on the left or the right there gusted with the idea. That billionaires are buying elections. And there's a kind of rebellion and what you can see here. Is that the powers in the republican party. That is people like mitch. Mcconnell and charles coke and grover norquist's. They really don't care what the public thinks. They don't even necessarily care with their own voters. Think they wanna stay in power and they're going to do whatever they can to stay their staff writer jane mayer. She's the author of the book. Dark money and you can find her reporting new yorker dot com
#A204 (anthropocentric to anti)
"Hello words welcome to another episode of the dictionary. I don't talk about this much <hes> partly because i hate asking for money <hes> but i do. I'll have a patriot. I am still currently at zero patrons <hes> so maybe let's just see how long we can make that go just kidding <hes> and of course there's <hes> email and facebook and twitter <hes> so feel free to contact me. Ask questions whatever you want <hes> and feel free to give me ideas on what a <music> special things we could do on the patriot. I have a couple of ideas but <hes> i haven't really implemented anything because because there's nobody to enjoy it all right. Let's get to the words <hes> this will be a slightly longer episode than normal. <hes> and i will describe why i think at the beginning of the next episode yeah. Let's do that all right. The first word for this episode is anthropocentric a. n. t. h. r. zero p. o. c. e. n. t. r. i c. <hes> this is an adjective from eighteen sixty three one considering human beings as the most significant entity of the universe and that is a bold statement to interpreting or regarding the world in terms arms of human values and experiences anthropocentric. Lee is an adverb anthro posts and trinity is a noun anthro i and throw post. Centrism is a noun. I think that first definition is a bold statement because with the amount of information we have of the universe verse <hes> as it stands today which is relatively small <hes> but it's way more than it was even ten twenty years ago. It's almost a fact act that there is some level of life out there in the universe that is not human not here on earth <hes> and very likely intelligent life similar it to humans. Even if it's point zero zero zero one percent of the planets that are out there we know give or take how how many planets and how many solar systems and how many galaxies are out there. They're almost has to be life. <hes> i think about this a lot. I'm fascinated needed by the universe by the cosmos. I've mentioned this before and there's one hundred billion. Give or take stars in our galaxy. There's a hundred billion giver take galaxies in the visible universe in our sky who knows how many more pass that that we can't even see and if each each one of those has about one hundred billion stars and possibly you know one or two at least planets around each of those. How can there not be life on even just one of them. How can we be so self-centered. <hes> that we think we are the only ones it just it sort of boggles my mind from a scientific standpoint <hes> but we we tend to do that. You know we started off thinking that the earth was the center of the universe and then we realized the universe was bigger than just our little solar system <hes> and then and we realized that the it's actually the sun in the center of our solar system and we're in a galaxy and we're in a universe in you know it's it's were part of such a you much bigger thing anyway. I'll stop talking about that next. We have anthropogenic. This is an adjective from nineteen twenty-three of relating to or or resulting from the influence of human beings on nature as in anthropogenic pollutants anthropogenic. Lee is an adverb next next. We have anthropoid. This is a noun from eighteen thirty two one any of a sub order of higher primates as macaques and marmosets especially the one b definition for the word ape a._p. To a person resembling an ape as in in the howling anthropoids of the hookworm belt and that is from h l mencken anthropoid is also an adjective this is from the greek anthropoid as <hes> which means resembling a human next. We have anthropoid ape two separate words. It's a noun from circa eighteen thirty seven and again. We have the one b definition for ape next. We have anthropology. It's a noun noun from a fifteen ninety three one the science of human beings especially the study of human beings and their ancestors through time and in space and in relation to physical character environmental and social relations and culture to theology dealing with the origin nature church and destiny of human beings anthropological is an adjective anthropologically is an adverb an anthropologist is a noun own next. We have anthropology trie. It's a noun from circa eighteen thirty nine. The study of human body measurements especially on on a comparative basis anthropometric is an adjective next. We have anthropomorphic vis a noun from eighteen ninety four. You're a stylized human figure as in prehistoric art next we have anthropomorphic. It's an adjective from eighteen twenty twenty seven one described or thought of as having a human form or human attributes as in anthropomorphic day eighties to ascribing human characteristics to non human things as in anthropomorphic super naturalism and for that definition i usually so you think of <hes> anthropomorphized <hes> animals usually and again i'll mention creature comforts we sort of see these animals and anatomist objects as well <hes> we look at them in and we we can sort of see sort of what they would be like if they were human we put sort of a human face on them and we can make up a personality <hes> to them so that's anthropomorphized or in this case anthropomorphic and anthro pull more physically is an adverb anthropomorphic. Anthropomorphic is a noun next. We have anthropomorphic them. This is a noun from seventeen fifty three and interpretation of what is not human or personal in terms of human or personal characteristics synonym is humanization. An anthropomorphic is a noun next is anthropomorphized. This is a verb from eighteen forty five. The transitive definition is to attribute human form or personality analogy to the transitive definition is to attribute human form or personality to things not human and this is definitely a better word <hes> and definitions for what i was talking about before when we anthropomorphized animals and inanimate objects and anthropomorphic station is a noun next. We have anthro papa theism. I think that's how it's pronounced a. N. t. h. r. o. p. o. p. a. t. the h. I. s. m. this is a noun from eighteen forty seven the ascriptin of human feelings to something not human this is from the greek anthro pope bothia which means humanity it's from the greek and through policies which means having human feelings and that is from anthropic plus pathos which means experience and there's more at the word pathos or pathos next. We have anthroposophy. I guess this is an adjective from circa. Eighteen twenty eight feeding on human flesh ooh fun. Anthropology is is a noun next. We have an throw papa gus <hes> so the first one was g. o. u. s. at the end and this one is g. U. s. at the end <hes> this is a noun from fifteen fifty two. It's definitely related <hes> so the first one actually was an adjective and this is a noun so that's where the difference comes comes in <hes> we just have synonyms man eater and cannibal next. We have anthroposophy anthro p. O. s. s. o. p. h. y. <hes> this is a noun from nineteen sixteen a twentieth century religious system growing out of the easy and centering on human development anthroposophy is a noun next. We have an three m. a. n. t. h. Yes you are i. This is a noun from circa eighteen thirty nine any of the genus of tropical american plants of the arum family family a. m. with large often brightly colored leaves a cylindrical spandex or spade aches and a colored spaeth. <hes> hispanics is s. P. a. d. i x. And spaeth is s. p. a. t. h. E. two words i'm not familiar with <hes> the algae says has this is from the greek and those which means flower plus era. Oh you are a which means tail and there's more at the words anthology and <unk> asks a s s next. We have anti a. n. t. I it's the first form of three <hes> and it looks like these will be the last four for this episode. <hes> this is a noun from seventeen eighty eight one that is opposed. Now we have the second form of anti this is an adjective adjective from eighteen fifty seven and it just has the synonym opposed and here we go with the third form of anti it's a preposition from nineteen eighteen fifty three opposed to and <hes> they synonym is against. I am going to go ahead and pick the word anthropomorphized as has the word of the episode <hes> it's probably the one that i talked the most about <hes> in terms of my personal feelings other than maybe anthropocentric <hes> but <hes> yeah i think it's interesting when we do this either consciously or unconsciously alright that will be the end of the episode. Thank you very much for listening and until next time this is spencer reading the dictionary goodbye.
Huawei P30 vs. iPhone XS From the Android Expert
"While we got hot new twenty nine thousand nine p thirty and p thirty pro phones on the market, and I'm dying to put the cameras head to head or rather phone to phone against Apple's twenty eighteen iphone tennis, and I phone ten s max, but while isn't sending me any review units anytime soon. So what am I going to call in the pros who have the phones that's what and that means once again Daniel baiter, managing editor of Android central. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for having me reneges great to be here. So you just got back from Paris where you got to see the new while way p thirty and p thirty pro I sure did I'm still jet-lagged. But it was a great experience. All right. So where do the new while way p thirties win if you're comparing them to Apple's iphone tennis and tennis max, well, this is a phone all about the cameras, plural. And this was evident from the beginning. And in this case, it's the sheer number of cameras, this has five and total. Four on the back one on the fronts, and in particular, there is a very high megapixel forty megapixel main sensor on the back a huge comparatively huge sensor. It's one over one point seven inches, which is you know, very very big by smartphone standards. The average is one over. No, two point six inches or even smaller than that. So this is a very large sensor, and it does extremely well. In low light by basically doing a combination of long exposures plus pixel bidding. So it takes forty mega pixels. You know, smashes them all together into a ten megapixel photo. And you have a lot more light to work with. And it's got a periscope. Well that too, and I think that's actually something that will be increasingly common in smartphones. In the next couple of years with physics being what it is. You can't put a large sensor and a long focal length lens into a camera into a smartphone. So you basically have to use a prism to reflect light off of it. So that you can actually have the censor deeper inside the phone. It's a really interesting solution to a problem that a lot of companies have been trying to solve for many years. Yeah. I mean in the old days Leumi went the opposite way. Because cameras want depth in phones. Really don't they just put a you talkin lens on the outside. And this one's going inside. Right. I mean, this is a smartphone. I and as much as they touted as a camera. It's still relatively thin doesn't have a shutter button. You know, it's got a pretty small camera bump, but the Luma's of the past were massive they were twelve thirteen fifteen inch of fifty millimeters thick this is not what that phone was. This is not a Leumi ten twenty or a pure view of any sort. This is really just a wall way smartphone that happens to have a lot of cameras. All right. So where does the iphone still win? And all this wall way is still way behind in terms of software. It's where Samson was in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen in terms of design. It really does not have any ecosystem to speak of. It's just. Not a great software experience at all that being said, it's getting better it's slowly erasing getting rid of those those systemic bugs that we found in previous versions of the software, but the iphone is really just an all encompassing solution. And even when it comes to the camera. You know, there are certain things that the iphone just does better in terms of the experience the camera app in particular on the p thirty pro feels quite Janke for lack of a better term and the inability to use just a single thumb to zoom in and out, you know, zooming from the massive, you know, wide angle lens all the way up to ten x fifty x that should be really easy. But it's not you have to hold the phone. You have to take your finger and press the button that's halfway down the screen. It's. Really not an innovative or intuitive solution to a problem that should have been solved through software because Marquette called it the creeper mode, right? They wanna make Tuffy to actually fifty zoom creep on. They don't they don't wanna make it harder. All rene. That's the whole thing. They are encouraging you to creep. But they're just putting a slight you roadblock in your way, if you were recommending it who would you recommend the why to who should go with the p thirty pro no Americans because you won't be able to buy. But that's besides the point. But really this is a photography focused phone. The phone is the kind of experience the kind of p piece of technology that you really makes a point and shoot camera superfluous. I really think that this phone obviates the the need for a separate camera in the sense that you get you go all the way from zero point six. Ex- on the wide to ten x relative loss Luis I g- nor the fifty x basically unusable, but anything between that zero point six ten x. It's basically a an equivalent of twelve millimetres all the way up to say four hundred millimeters with thirty five millimeter equivalent lend. So we're talking very very wide range of focal lengths and the results that you get in anywhere in between that they're amazing. And they're the really usable. I mean, you can share this. You're not going to print massive photos and put them on your wall most likely, but it's extremely social socially usable for the internet. And that's where I think this comes into play then who should still by the iphone tennis, or maybe WPRO propo- at this point who'd be better off waiting for an iphone eleven right. We've heard rumors at the iphone eleven will have a wide angle lens ad. Third lens. There's there's practicality concerns with having a five x zoom on a phone compared to a two x right, obviously. With the iphone tennis. The telephoto lens is used for depth, and therefore it crops those portrait photos to a much closer, you know, respect. And therefore, you get a more typical portrait mode, whereas on the iphone ten are it uses that single lens, and you get a wider shot and some people prefer that. I'm sure you've had that discussion with many people with the with the p thirty and anything above two x zoom. You really don't have that telephoto lens coming into play for depth. This uses a time of flight censor to approximate deputy works quite well, but the portrait mode on a wall way phone is kind of laughable. It's really not very good. They haven't. Figured out those algorithms just yet. And most of the the edge detection is quite bad that being said, the practicality concerns around five x zoom mean that anything between one x and four point nine x is just cropping that main forty megapixel sensor, which introduces a lot of noise. And if you do wanna get a two x zoom, it's not it doesn't give you a great experience. Whereas with the iphone I think that if you're not looking to use creeper Mahomed for lack of Marquez term. You're you're really not getting any advantage there. There are real reasons that you would want a five Exume, but not all the time. So it seems like the iphone is still the mainstream phone and the P thirties or someone who really wants to play around with while ways advanced Taga features. Yes, I mean, there are there are obvious advantages to to having a more. A natural. Look when it comes to your photos, while way defaults using something called master AM mode, which ramps up the saturation and the contrast. And and and just the the dynamic range and the HCR mode and the HDR results in in that master mode are just ridiculous. It looks like you're in a painting most of the time so always color science more like a mad science. Yeah. It's it's definitely again where Samsung was two or three years ago, and where it believes that its customers want. But unfortunately, you really don't need all of that exaggeration. I just want a nice beautiful color accurate photo. You're not gonna hear things like three or you know, one hundred percent SRGB coming out of the mouths of alway- executives because that's just not the market that they're aiming for. Yeah. You'll hear grass AI detection and beauty mode. You'll you'll hear. My colleague, Alex Dobie was in the catacombs of Paris. And he posted a photo of bunch of pile of bones. And while we thought that it was a pile of leaves. So the the isn't quite as accurate as I think while we would like to admit Daniel. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you so much. Having me Renee. This is a pleasure now, it's not easy to do remote videos like this, and it's not easy to edit them. So he come together even halfway decent way. But that's why they're skill. Share? Skill share is an online learning community over twenty thousand classes in photography video business technology, everything you need to make an amazing YouTube channel, the even have Evan from poly matters teaching how to do all the awesome animation. He does all of his videos, and how he does everything else from research storytelling to scripting to putting it all together premium membership gives you unlimited access to high quality classes on must know topics. So you can improve your skill. Nls unlock new opportunities and do the work that you love to sign up. Visit the Lincoln the description and the first five hundred of you, get two months of unlimited access to over twenty thousand classes for free act now and start learning today. Thanks, go share, and thanks to all of you for supporting the show last month Daniel night, talked galaxy S ten versus I phoned tennis. So make sure you check that out Lincoln ascriptin hit like it's scribe if you haven't already and then hit up the comments below and let me know now that you've seen the iphone tennis versus the p thirty. How do you think the math will change when apple takes phone to eleven and thank you so much for watching?
1598: Lets Get Real by Amber Waugaman of Living Deeply With Amber on How To Be More Transparent & Honest
"Real quick I recommend listening to this show on spotify. Regan listen to all of your favorite artists and podcast in one place for free without prima count. Spotify has a huge catalog of podcasts. On every imaginable topic posy can follow your favorite podcast so you never miss an episode. Premium users can download episodes to listen to offline wherever and whenever and easily share what. You're listening to with your friends on instagram. So if you haven't done so already be sure to download the spotify APP search for optimal living daily on spotify or browse podcasts. In the Your Library Tab also make sure to follow me so you never miss. An episode of optimal living daily does is optimal living daily episode. Fifteen ninety eight. Let's get real by Amber Wogaman of living deeply with amber dot com and narrator tamales reading your blogs every single day of the year. To help you live a more meaningful life to these articles from a brand new author to the show. Tell you more about amber right. After the reading so Cornell's here are very I post from her as we optimize your life state? Let's get real by Amber Wogaman of living deeply with amber dot com. This is the topic that has been near and dear to my heart lately the cultural norm and the US is to be agreeable. Polite man likable which means we shy away. From being transparent and honest honesty you can have negative but I'm talking about tactful genuine straightforward transparent communication. Speak from the heart. Let others speak from the heart? Understand that there will be differences. And that is okay. Let's reduce the amount of BS in politics. We each have to sift through in his information overloaded over stimulated environment and be real genuine transparent people with each other. Let's create deep meaningful human connections with each other the environment screams inefficiency and so much time as a wasted below one of my biggest pet peeves unfortunately instead of keeping their eyes on the bigger picture. This time wasting nonsense keeps everyone running and inefficient circles. Frustrates everyone an lowers morale. Don't you ever wonder why people don't just get to the point? Egos are gentle thing to navigate in the business world. The idea of let's get real is very applicable to the non work world as well. The norm is to appease everyone to be likable an example. Your friend asks you to do something and you're on interested but you don't want to hurt their feelings. You still want to be liked and invited to future events. So you don't give a direct answer you give a noncommittal answer or maybe you feel like you need to over share and make excuses your friend eventually shrug it off to you being flaky. The other side of this situation is you're too agreeable and too accommodating and do everything that anyone asks of you maybe you aren't clear on your own interests and values maybe self-awareness scares you because drudge up things that you don't want to discover maybe you're just comfortable being molded by everyone else. This can be a fine line to ride because it could lead to resentment and a low sense of self confidence. This idea of transparency in all aspects of life is really important to me. Why do we WANNA waste our time with nonsense? How much do we really need to sugarcoat things? Transparency and honesty build trust and respect. Another way this idea of let's get real played on my life was when I made the move from New York City to Vermont. Only paint a picture for you. Lean York City means. You can hide. You can keep all aspects of your life in separate buckets. Work Bucket personal bucket dating bucket. Jim Friends bucket mix CETERA. You never have to worry about these buckets. Crossing paths with each other. The city is just too large in your city of the ability to keep certain aspects of your life as private as you want small town. Rural Vermont is quite the opposite. Everyone knows all aspects about you. They know where you work and they know all of your co workers. They know where you live. Who you're dating and what you do in your spare time worlds colliding big time. I can't hide anymore. I've no more private buckets. I had to get used to everyone knowing all my business all of the time. This was a big thing for me after spending eleven years in New York City. A true lesson in honesty and transparency. When I spoke with my therapist about this brand new situation of worlds colliding in expressed my lack of confidence in how navigate this new rural living way she provided some very useful insight that I never considered before. She said that. I'm the type of person who fits into this environment super well because of my honest and genuine nature. She told me that the most important thing I can do in this environment is genuinely speak my truth as like most people. There are many times where I am scared to express my true honesty. I don't know how people will take it. But the response is not mind to take responsibility for and have never felt well equipped to handle difficult conversations. New York City was a perfect atmosphere for me to hide my bubble. Fortunately everyone in Vermont is used to this worlds colliding atmosphere. I was the one who had to accept his new reality. Now that I'm in this environment. I feel the urgency to express more honesty and transparency and to genuinely speak my truth in my mind. There are two critical things that need to happen. In order for this idea of let's get real to work number one. We as a society need to learn to communicate effectively and not shy away from difficult conversations and number two. We need to not take things personally. Shake it off. Let go and move on. Learn to communicate effectively and get comfortable with it. Takes practice or several books classes and workshops out there on this about a year ago. I attended a workshop in New York City on navigating difficult conversations and it was fantastic. Stay tuned for future posts on this topic. Don't take anything personally. Nothing other people do because you it is because of themselves. Be Confident who you are and what you're doing. No your motivations removed the Ego. Be Willing To admit that you're wrong. Be Willing to accept open criticism in the workplace people. Don't WanNa feed into your ego nonsense. They just want to get their job done and live their life. Speak your truth from the heart and be done. Don't ruminate push for honesty genuineness from others. Set that expectation learned as clear direct questions at the example. And do yourself no judgment or yourself. In other people's shoes Carita safe space for others to be themselves and stop being so reactive. Take a chill pill understand that. It's okay to respond with. May I want it with this for a little bit and gather my thoughts? I like to reconvene this conversation with you. At a later time it can be more productive for both of us. You just listen to the post titled. Let's get real by Amber Wogaman of living deeply with amber dot com. And I really quick. Is Your Home Wifi. Struggling to keep up can handle streaming gaming video conferencing and home schooling. What about all at once? Sounds like it's time for a WIFI upgrade. Bring your Wifi up to speed with or be Wifi. Six from net gear. Why six as a whole new kind of Wifi is the latest tech that gives you the fastest speeds possible even as he can eat more and more devices throughout your home. That means you'll stream without buffering eliminate lag wild gaming in connect more devices to your Wifi than ever before is like upgrading your Wifi to first class. If you're ready for the best Wifi ever you can get it today from net gear and never worry about Wifi again. Check OUT OR BE WIFI. Six at net gear dot com slash best Wifi. That's net gear dot com slash. Best Wi fi. I have that linked end as does ascriptin and a little more about amber. After eleven years living in New York City she decided she needed to live more aligned with our interests and values so she moved to Vermont. Like you heard and started from scratch taking a new job and moving to a brand new place without knowing anyone. Her website is about how and why she made the life change in other thoughts. On living deeply authentically in finding fulfillment in the present moment come by amber site living deeply with Amazon dot com. I have that lead to this episode's description and thank you to her for giving me permission to marry her articles and they'll do for today have a great day great weekend. If you're listening in real time and I'll see you tomorrow for minimalist Monday where Optima life awaits.
Welcome to todays PEP Talk Gratitude Episode #15
"I'm Jackie and welcome to today's pep talk. Gratitude episode fifteen last month in the email I sent as well as in the podcast description located on my website. I provided some self care tips to support your emotional health. During the corona virus pandemic one of the suggestions provided was to keep a gratitude journal in today's pep talk. I want to talk a little more. About the powerful benefits of expressing gratitude. Gratitude is the appreciation of what is valuable and meaningful to you when you express gratitude to others or to yourself. It produces uplifting emotions primarily a sense of happiness and we can rewire our brains to focus on the positive in our lives so that our emotional foundation is more joyful and content model. Lena Chowdhry is the author of the article the neuroscience of gratitude and how it affects anxiety and grief she explained that gratitude positively impacts our brains it induces positive thinking which nurtures cognitive restructuring in other words regularly practicing gratitude. Assists you in reframing situations so that you can see them from a neutral or more positive perspective for example you go out to your car and you. St- attempt to start it and it won't start and it's on a day when you're going to run some errands but you're not in any real hurry to get anywhere and you have a moment where it's the car won't start and then you think oh. I'm so grateful that it's happening today instead of it being on a day when I'm in a rush to get somewhere that whether add an appointment or I have to get to work so by regularly practicing gratitude you have the ability to be faced with a challenging situation and being able to reframe it to be something that's more neutral or more positive because you've been regularly practicing gratitude in February's pep talk podcast. What worry and meditation have in common? I discussed the sympathetic and the Para sympathetic nervous system and how meditation assist the body in activating the Para sympathetic nervous system. So just a really quick review. The sympathetic is the fight or flight response and the Para sympathetic is what we refer to as Rust and Digest. It is the the calming. It's the state of as being an in a more calm state. And ideally we want to be living in that para sympathetic state that calm state versus living in the S- The sympathetic state. Of course we're going to experience that fight or flight response however as I talked about in. March's podcast I think. Many people are living in that sympathetic state most days and most most time during their days and really where we want to be is not para sympathetic state and expressing. Gratitude is another way to positively support. Our central nervous system it assists in regulating stress. Hormones including Cortisol and Cortisol is one of the stress. Hormones that are. That are stress hormone. That's released during the sympathetic during that fight or flight response. According to Chowdhry a study found participants. Who felt grateful demonstrated a reduction in Cortisol. The participants also demonstrated healthier cardiac functioning and were more resilient when they experienced emotional setbacks when we practice gratitude we can rewire the brain to manage challenging situations in a more healthy manner and gratitude cultivates adaptive coping skills the mindfulness awareness research center of UCLA stated that gratitude changes the neural structures in the brain so that we feel happier and more at peace. So you've heard me talk about neuro plasticity of the brain and how we can rewire the brain so that were focused on healthier thoughts and the Mindfulness Awareness Research Center of. Ucla is suggesting that this very much happens. That neuropathy of the brain occurs when we focus on gratitude it assists in activating the reward center of our brain. And if you remember in March's pep talk the trickery of the food industry. I explained how the Food Industry seeks to hijack your rewards center with chemicals in unhealthy foods and gratitude would be a healthy way of activating that rewards center of your brain. Chowdhry explain that. Gratitude is a natural antidepressant. When you express and receive gratitude the brain releases dopamine and Serotonin and as most people know these are two vital neurotransmitters that impact our emotions. They are considered the feel-good neurotransmitters. When you regularly practice gratitude US strengthen these neural pathways which assists in creating a baseline of positivity within yourself in other words on a day in day out basis you feel happier in February's pep talk as well as and marches pep podcast. Pep Talk podcast. I discuss how the PREFRONTAL CORTEX is the adult part of the brain. It's the area of the brain that assist us in making healthy thoughtful decisions. Chaderi explained that feelings of gratitude are associated with an increase in neural activity of the prefrontal Cortex and when individuals express gratitude foundationally. They are more empathetic and optimistic. And if you remember from marches pep talk podcast Dr Pearl. Mutter explained that the prefrontal Cortex is the he also explained that. It's the adult. It's the part of the brain that helps us in making healthy decisions. He also explained that it's connected with compassion empathy and people who present with more narcissistic tight. Tendencies Typically have a prefrontal CORTEX. That's not working properly. And as I shared in March's podcast nutrition supports a healthy prefrontal. Cortex and in February's podcasts. I discussed how meditation assists in activating the PREFRONTAL CORTEX now. Chaderi is encouraging us to express gratitude in a way to support our prefrontal Cortex to assist us in making those healthy decisions so again to says. Oh a little reminder that prefrontal cortex helps helps us and making healthy decisions and we need that to be activated. We need that to be. You know working optimally and now we learn that gratitude is one of the ways in which we can support our prefrontal CORTEX. According to Chowdhry a study conducted with individuals who were attending therapy found the participants who wrote letters of gratitude. Outside of their therapy sessions reported feeling better and healing more rapidly on the other hand the individuals who were encouraged to journal negative experiences instead of writing gratitude letters reported feelings of anxiety and depression so the study found that when individuals between in between their therapy sessions when they wrote letters of gratitude. They felt better and they also healed more rapidly at versus the individuals who were writing down their negative experiences. Now I wanna make a comment about this. This isn't something that tawdry discussed but I wanNA comment. There's a great deal of research with regards to the benefits of Therapeutic. Journaling and with therapeutic journaling you are typically journey journaling about distressing events in your life. And you're helping your body to process those and release those. I am unsure of the study that Tawdry is referring to and I question that possibly the individuals were simply looking for the negative just throughout their days. They were writing down all the negative things that happened. And so if you're just focused on what's negative in your life and writing those down that absolutely makes sense to me that you're gonNA feel more anxious or depressed however again with therapeutic journaling. I believe that that would be a different technique than what she's referring to and again. I don't know the specifics of the study so I don't know exactly what those participants were doing. However again if all you're doing is focusing on the negative and you're just looking for the problems I think that would make sense that you're gonNa feel anxious and depressed but if you're using therapeutic journaling and a way of processing events and healing from them it the research definitely demonstrates that that is an efficacious way of healing and being able to move through through pain so I just wanted to make that distinction. Because I know you've heard me talk about therapeutic journaling and I just didn't want there to be confusion about that when we express gratitude we activate the hypothalamus and Hypothalamus is responsible for appetite. Sleep body temperature as well as metabolism. And it's been found that the hypothermic regulation is triggered by gratitude and assists with deeper and healthier sleep and note. It's deeper and healthier. It's not simply that it's just helping. Asleep is actually helping you to get restorative sleep. According to Chowdhry a study that evaluated the effects of gratitude on physical wellbeing found that sixteen percent of the patients who kept a gratitude. Journal reported a reduction in pain symptoms and were more willing to exercise and adhere to treatment recommendations. She indicated that this was due to the increase in dopamine which provides a sense of vitality and reduces feelings of pain. Okay I have thrown a great deal at you with regards to these powerful benefits of gratitude and I just WanNa take a moment to just summarize what Chowdhry is is is expressing or is reporting with regards to the benefits of gratitude so she is indicating that it helps us to see the positive things in life and it helps to fight the negative ruminations and to rebuild pessimistic thoughts with optimistic thoughts. Gratitude assess in a staying grounded and accepting the present situation even if it is a harsh reality and it helps us identify and focus on solutions. Gratitude assist us in maintaining good health as it assists in regulating our metabolic function by controlling the hormonal imbalances and gratitude sustains relationships as we appreciate people who were there for US which results in. Us feeling more loved more. Cared for and more hopeful. Now at this point you might be wondering what are some ways that you can cultivate gratitude? Inner Life in addition to the gratitude journal so I know I mentioned before the gratitude journal and again just to briefly review. That it's simply writing down what you are grateful for. And this can be something big or this can be something small. So whether it's thinking about like for example Chowdhry provided writing down current challenges that you're experiencing and what you've learned from them writing down people that you're grateful for as well as significant assets in your life at the present moment in addition to a gratitude. Journal and Oh in keep in mind I WANNA mention to. We often thinks of think about gratitude with regards to other people and expressing gratitude and gratefulness for them. Keep in mind. It's also about appreciating yourself and I don't mean that in an ego driven way. I mean truly being able to be appreciative of who are and the traits and abilities that you possess so again no that also in your gratitude journal. It's taking a moment to recognize within yourself. What you're what you're grateful for. And this goes back then to another technique that she provided that Chowdry provided which is appreciating yourself and she encouraged individuals stand in front of a mirror and say out loud five positive attributes about yourself and this isn't just physical because I know. Oftentimes people focused just on the physical. This is about any achievements that you've attained. It could be talents. That you possess virtus character traits anything about yourself that you appreciate so appreciate yourself is another technique and then she disgust gratitude. Visits and this is when you think about people. Maybe it's one person that has been instrumental in your life and I recognize that this may be a more challenging exercise for some of my clients because many of them were raised in dysfunctional homes. Where they weren't appreciated they weren't valued. They weren't nurtured and so it might be difficult to stop and think about in an individual who has been instrumental in your life nonetheless taking a minute to think about an end. It doesn't necessarily have to be from childhood. Although it could be it may be was a teacher. It might have been a neighbor. It might have been someone at Church or a club leader or it could be someone in your life now. Maybe it is someone that you that you work with or someone that you're involved in with Some community activity just taking a moment to think about an individual that has impacted your life and again pastor present and then thanking them. And you could do this. In different ways she's recommending an actual visit where you go see them and you verbally express to them how much you appreciate the. Manar thankful for them. But you can also do this in a letter or an email so again. A gratitude visit is another approach and she also recommended finding gratitude. Buddy and this could be a spouse. It could be your child friend colleague and it's designating a few minutes every day. Where you and your gratitude buddy discuss the things that you were grateful for so those are some different ways that you can incorporate gratitude in into your life. I'm also going to include some links to it will be in the the Podcast ascriptin on my website website. I I will include the links to the gratitude questionnaire as well as the gratitude quiz and those are just kind of fun little questionnaires quiz that you could do to assess your current level of gratitude. I also found a link to a gratitude assessment but I could not find I. I wasn't able to find the link I found a PDF document. But I wasn't able to find a link to that. Pda document. So I wanted to simply read to you the the questions that are asked on that assessment and it was at the bottom the footnote on the PDF file is that. It's the compound effect by Darren. Hardy and the website is the compound effect dot Com. However when I went to the website again I wasn't able to find it an actual link to the assessment so I just want to read these to you because I thought they were just great points that you could maybe explorer in your gratitude journal so the first one here is to write down three amazing people in your life right down three great things about your physical body and this may not be it the appearance but thinking about what your body's capable of doing maybe it's the number of push ups that you can do or the fact that you can lift your child but thinking about what your physical body does for you every day. The next one is three great things about your home and where you live three great things about where you work and what you do for a living. Three great gifts of unique talent and skill three great gifts of knowledge and experience. That you've been given three ways that you've experienced luck in your life and three ways in which your life is wealthy abundant and prosperous so again. Those are from the gratitude assessment. That is I believe written by Darren Hardy the compound effect dot Com. But again I just. I liked those so much and thought those would be again. I'm great great topics to explore in your gratitude journal. I hope that you found this pep talk to be helpful today. They're just I knew. I positive psychology is a type of a of psychology that I've studied in the past and gratitude is a big element of that and so I've known in the past that gratitude is is a positive is a helpful technique for us to utilize our lives to increase health whether it's physical health or emotional health however I this article definitely provided some additional benefits gratitude on particularly with regards to the prefrontal cortex that I was not familiar with so again. I'm hopeful that you found this helpful and I really encourage you to just again in small ways. Thank about in incorporating gratitude in your life whether it's through the journal whether it's just you taking a moment every day where you stop and express thankfulness for people or situations or for yourself. Thank you so much for joining me today. And I encourage you to do one thing purposely to attain troop.
#8 with Trav Bell - The Bucket List Guy
"Right. Today on the show with me is we have trump bell. He's a founder CEO and keynote speaker. He's also the bucket this guy, the wolves I buckles expert. As someone the Travis obsessively study the bucket lists phenomenon. And blended the wolves best positive psychology. To create its own unique bucket Saif. Philosophy he is designed his life around bucket. and. Now, he helps bucket lists all over the globe. To. Cross off the. So the first question would be I I. Do US You Is What do you remember the moment where you go right now I, I guess I'm the buckle sky. Now what what was the the moment that defined it all Thanks a lot for having me on it I have been the bucket list car for about. Ten years now, and at the time of this recording about ten years someone actually Kobe the bucket guy. After I did my I told my first public tools of put on. And Sat in that Tokai, status sharing Melissa do before a wise why down since I was eighteen In a lot of people knew this badly. And it's always been like compass and I might guarding lot might. Benchmark Full Reason why for getting out of bed the morning and I had written down, always carry around with me and wherever did share housing moving from house to house etc. I. had my little blue photo with Melissa before die boys written down next and I started sharing this in one of my seminars put on. And I said to the forty people that were there. Who else is got? One of these lists do before you die. And if. Not. Always the only I was freaking the room so It unassailable. What do you? WanNa. Do you WanNa earn money what are you to create more time than? It would we hear very often. That people responded. In that moment and since then. Watering. Galls most people on a anyway, which is where I am. Is People WanNA pilot the house put the kids through school and do a bit of trouble when they're older an online and possibly Sika. So. People just don't stop Dan goals down. You probably know this already been if if you actually write stuff down, get it added behaved hit onto pipe up. and. He actually wrote it down not just into a computer not Internet like actually write it down member. These things called the paint. Pins pins in Piper Memories. Very analog? Actually staff down your goals down midland pilotless things down to forty two percent likelihood of actually manifesting of them showing up. So I I I said to the group. You know who else has got one of these. Before you head one so. What do you WANNA do? And then really inspired the rest of the group. So done a whole bunch of different things in Marla off with travel different united, different, silly little idiotic for the big traveling ventures. That everything in between. And one of the ladies at the end of it. Is Don't healthzette this list to do before you die stuff. It's back at least you'll. You'll the back at least guy In a win hunting that night that was my lightbulb moment. Or anytime in registered the bucket guide dot common vein running around the world doing that ever since and inspiring people from the stage doing doing tedtalk sin doing keynote speeches, coaching they blend. Now we've got. Now got. We've scaled out leveraged through now. Certified at least coaches now in twenty two countries around the world teaching my staff, which is pretty cool. So. How is the process of being a bucket lease coach? Do they go to a training and How would you like? Yay They Every every week. We have a Web Anna for. Two hours a week we have some now. One in the morning, not wanting the America's one for Europe and Asia Pacific. Corner full thirty one and we run to weaponize information with us every week and. I encourage people. If it Kane on knowing more about his catch to jump onto those one of those Hans. If you're in Malaysia, you probably do the lighter one at four thirty not really early left for. Any you can find out everything about this coaching and our present us every week and an from near if it's a fit in Lia. Refunded funded how you can get involved in a lot of experience couches. We're getting a lot of people that are really interested in buying stuff folded in helping people. Find more meaning abysmal fulfillment in law and that's really what we're all about and at coaches do that very unique y throughout trainings throughout the the the programs that we teach tyke one month to train up a Buckley's coach. So we do a very quick, all online training and and You know in a month they'll be running. Programs with their From families to Fortune five hundred companies, we do group. Coaching and Yeah it's. Has. Amazing. Amazing. Bright for for a lot of people who do have program source inside. Night. If they wanna find ed just got away L.. DOT com forward slash webinars and In, Malaysia would would go from. Number. Two, the don't have to get good. So early. Coke I left though rewinding all for few moments. So I guess many people are familiar with the concept of the bucket this. So as you mentioned ease of things that you want to do before you kick the bucket. Away Right. So I just look at the history of a the bucket list. Is it? Because of the movie. The. One by Morgan Freeman Jack. Nicholson, that the stop that this race. Yeah, it's it's. It's been a term that's been used for Since the since early early times kicking the bucket it's I. It became popular all through the movie. But when I go into talks I i. I. Criticized, the movie heavily. Criticized the moving by small career on our side the movies crap because aw. Mojo career why is it on site? It's crap because it's about two guys given a cancer diagnosis and then Nairobi bucket list now I don't know about you but it's a little bit too light. Isn't it? Yeah. Why? Why white until you get given to us by? Why white until it's too light. If I've got a mission. In an are now. Coaches shade his mission we want to help like table up we WANNA help them reprioritize before you know and and go towards. The things on this before given us by data before then get that emotional slap across the Feis. Or that diagnosis so that traumatic. event happens to them or a loved one. Almer white people out before. It's too late. You know it's. Stupid. Why? What? Why do people white until they get such a slap. The then run a bucket list. Now Protons Milan Kazaa frigging insulin knots so I, WANNA help play The thing is was are busy bang busy. Busy on daily to do list of not busy on at least. And so you know when people hang out with may one of the coaches? What, we're doing is simply getting too tight tom out of their loss to were on live. United entered credit spice for them to think to to really. Think about they why they have reason why forgetting at a bit in the morning and an it's been doing this for ten years in a really has helped people. assists in and reprioritize on their loss in in. Really Cool. Why not just for them but the also families is to I, think the Release Arabia, amazing and Paul to fall probably do both was forced when you penn down your thoughts. Even true pen and paper. The act of doing say increases by more than forty percent of the likelihood of you making it happen and secondly in this is already symbol tool for finding purpose in life especially. Nowadays where we saw easily get distracted. Things that matter and when you half the bucket list focus on like what exactly the big things you want to accomplish before you kick the bucket helps bring your life into. We're to add to that That's the thing. We. Also busy being busy in what's easy to do yeah. Rotting simplest what's easy to do easy not to do. Right. and. People Oh you get rid that I'll get to that organ that. And often run at a time. So, what's easy to do is easy not to do. You know that's that's why we've got a hold each other accountable. If people listening to this you, it would to hold them accountable L. jealousness how Jerem. accountable to the bucket list too dumb. Get his body. And and really sought to put the Put into motion start crossing some stuff off. It's really not a just a simple least thing not just a bad writing all the bunch of silly things you WanNa do travel things what all the things that you want to do before he dies really about. How way reverse engineer everything on that list. How We? Every aspect the law in order to Mike. Discount this stuff come to fruition. Mike stuff manifest become a reality. Is the growth of them cigar box on this journey towards these distant actions and more. Importantly, it's the USC, the them, the youth that exists on the other side, and that's the person we do not know yet. and. I want people to get excited about about the bigger vision of themselves. That's code potential. And when we when we say L. When we get to experience more of your arm potential, put small size and united the. said. happiness is the meaning of life. This is this is all about helping people find more happiness in the law because you look at the mental health of the planet right now it's in bad bed. Why wrought? Depression. Anxiety with single the London listen pandemic. Description of anti-depressants going going up and up and up. So, fond as a really great tools to help people. Simplify. The law. To decrease the noise and increase the focus on what truly makes having. You mentioned that you start the days when you're eighteen. Using a roof over the panel. Does it does the process still remain the same lachey or you start to incorporate light different tools, maybe some apps or subtle gaming fight. That's. A. Credit Line. So we got. y'All got a bunch of different ways in which we've. Expanded out and programs that Not just about being listed actually she helping groups. Across the world. Actually gone do stuff together you us and we we use lists for siles teams even like for instance, we use we go into real estate company whether with. Sales Manager. program with the sales teams and we on Earth. We bring to the surface all the bucket list items that they styles team wants to do a nail off in the salesman job, but a system where the sows manager actually uses that incentive for motivation onto in the team to to go off to bigger and better results for the company. And so we can use it in a whole lot different lies on we got family this program. So have couples, programs. We got kids bucket LISA programs, be L. Fulci back at this. It's also. and. He's the thing with. So. If gone on a date with it used a bunch of technology but more importantly It's very it's very action focused and to help people. In really interesting about it but. I. I was sitting of a program to appeal to whole spectrum of demographics right so initially, I thought for individuals were, as you mentioned, you will have like corporate training and or kissing all it's important to start them I. Guess. The thing is a lot of people are these. A lot of what we love tastes toward. Sorry, it's good English isn't it? A lot of tour. Is. Is is based on positive, but lot of this is based on positive psychology in positive psychology. If you don't know already is the science of happiness is had to help people. Experience meaning purpose in fulfilment gratitude in law. So a lot of what we did go ahead and said, wait way laugh coaches. We didn't go out there and say that positives colleges is such. A lot of theory under Nathanael is largely by some positive psychology which has real which Ed with this brand of beverly style, the talk. and really does. help paypal scientifically statistically. There's a bunch of research behind it and we've actually done online research. we're really does take the box in terms of growth and development by adults and teenagers in schools or incorporate. In at the end of the day, it's all to help people regret free loss rather than for loss right? Yeah absolutely talking about the science of happiness I've been looking at your profile. Before this, you were you involving the fitness industry as a personal trainer. All right. So how did he get to you starting? We saw sitting the domain and getting into a mall for Psychology coaching. Do we have man pause because when when you explaining all these the Sunday come to mind is Tony Robbins because I've been to his very nice. Oh, he's he's in duty someone division though and Life coaching space. So add do have any mentors that all more like a self stopping after you inspired by the movie none doing this y before the movie now. So how it helped win is yet I, I grew up as an athlete. Surfing. So Los having swimming and I was. Like well in America jock pretty much. Are Pretty good at physical education on the wrist. But that led me to do a physical education. Degree human. Movement grace are Thirty University on started doing. This is in the mid nineties I am a little bit older it would I started the Cinco personal fitness training, which is you know obviously But when we started I was one of the best personal trainers in Elven, you're in Australia. and. I started with one client and this is there was only a handful official China's running around. Melbourne Tomlin Stra. it wasn't an industry is now. So I started with one visit method university. So started with one client. And look after Absolutely. Golden go to mining and she referred everyone tomorrow. Everyone Business very busy, very quick I. Think my record was sixty three, one hour mobile personal training sessions in wake. too much longer. So. I. Always doing everything with him running around the pox in the boxing doing everything all the whites don't everything with fit as. We, show it was Bush. was still was. Like that I. Started Bring on Tame. And then I franchised a someone said a read the book. The Myth by Mahgoub is August franchise systematization was one of the first books and that road a lot. In a good because I learned systems and franchising loss and seeing and in scaling out in someone's hits me at the time. You might be out of franchise personal training because it's personal, you won't be able to do that. So I guess what I did. I did it. Because someone told me on couldn't List of franchise business fitness. Training. Industry. And we did that way. The China Personal Training Studio is did nearly two million personal training sessions, tens of thousands of clients across Australia. whole bunch of China's working under a brand. And a drew into a bit of a monster city talk to people in my life Stuff went wrong. one thing led to another gem self in pretty sad lice going through a bad of depression. instead. Instead of gang on heavy antidepressants, love personal try I love the impact official trying the business model of things going on in my life at Tom. Weren't making me awfully happy so Instead of going on on ascriptin medication or heavy prescription medication for depression. Because I knew a lot of play pool on that and that walking around like zombies, connor thing and not think that was more of a band aid fix. Rather than getting to the course like you just mentioned before I found myself. I summon up the courage to go to events together programs to get coaches and mentors in my life spending all my money on an every weekend dollars. If you put on a course at that point in time I'll probably would have done it. ENDED WAS LOGO LOFT COACHING COURSES IN L. Pay. in our Tony. Robbins. All any lending old stopped lending positive psychology leaning the GI principal learning that social dynamics. Learning A. Whole Bunch of things and. It was actually so evoked on fire. I've hugged it out and high five that we strange's on weekends. Have broken the boards bent abayas broken the arrows, all that stuff that you do in personal development. And It was actually a friend of mine said Ron. The individual at. Mining breakfast. But a friend of mine's help me open really see a reason why is doing it? He said why don't you? Why don't you teach this stuff drive? And helped me really compartmentalize. While is why was there in the fiscal helped me compartmentalize was going through. And help you just also helped me justify all the money in time I'd spent on on this Scotland. And I went yet not. Good Sean gets the money back on this out. That's been put on fish toque and then said before at the end of that first toll. On someone told me the sky and this had all started. So the bucket this guy is really. I reflection of everything that I've learned an end since then all the client contact, the impersonal training now in coaching. people and a lot of different different things have gone through with biking business Muslim personal law and not a lot decided. experienced in doing that the I love the holidays wonderful project has you're you're not. Stopping from most training in. Now programs as persona training for people finding. Who It'll be a personal here we will own release that how many how many items we have you cross off? Over the years I guess it should be many now and not how they are currently how plan to go to to finish and I guess it kind of Ebbs and flows right I'm sure because a dynamic dynamics. Probably, some some items delays that's ever happened that you have something on the least. Then probably after a few weeks, a few months depending on tuition you new change, a some things that. How the expectation look. probably done about three hundred things on my bucket list over three hundred in another three hundred things to do I, add to it every single day across stuff off every every single die some big, some small some require resources, United Tom and money some don't. bit. It's always buy more reason why long getting up in the mid does end does evolve Stupid stuff date always young guy Now, GonNa family of four kids and and It's it's it's evolved to become may more about way. Because these experiences, shared with people to allow for. The end of the guy. Does evolve, and this lucky said that you put on their new guy that's is not feeling any more. It's not not really. it has now applies I'll give you an example. So. Why? Is His yeezy I might my father and I went to to bit and went to man every spice can't his vice camp manage can't on the bucket. This was on my to do list before off. the first thing I arrive. And So it took my dad and it was an amazing experience you went on the inside the northern saw demand address when we went up to playschool advanced by scam. which is literally two kilometers Unda, the point of Everest and. In having gone up there I got he was my dad was fond. Who's Best Sydney is old. He didn't get any else too but all I felt shit. Always. Always, I had a headache goes hung over every morning I, was like Oh this. Is this is this is not fun. So I had I had summit you know on the Scott Summit men, Everest I got to advance vice camp in felt cramp of of completely wiped off my bucket these now unlike on the top men Evaristo Gilman Self. So I am you gotta be Spun Bet Lacings. So. At the end of the die can. Put things on the type things off. if it's got a really strong y behind it, really when you see feel experienced that autumn even if you haven't done it. and. It's got a really good energy that really positive energy in in a really strong. Lucky. If I asked you a motivated ellen spot I you to go off to that particular automotive if you'll like might, that's yeah. That's eight nine or ten. Let's even more than ten as the win the why is strong enough the how work itself? and. Some things at least two more inspirational to us than other things. So get authentified these ones that are really inspirational and. A lot of people think about these things a lot of people. Don things. Down lead line put him into actions so We need to create a spice way. You can actually take action think about it but do it. LOVES TO SHORE JEFFREY BACK TO THE BASE camp but not at Ressam the. Actually. Did Not nine. Miss It. Might I'm not me I'm not used to that. So that's A debt, you're seven years old he east, you were feet in experiencing or the auditory signals. unreasonable. Altitudes got nothing do fitness Muniz in very, very fit people on up man Everest this guy's the altitude really dead it. The funny thing is is you don't know when it's going to help you out with dad did Mount Kilimanjaro. In Africa. And that time we went this is often everest and. this is a fees now and I got to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro which is not as high as. Advanced Vice camp on Mount Everest but always fine but dad was not good. He, he suffered altitude sickness that Tom Round and I did not. So it it it it reversed our flipped and you just can't sometimes had good dies Tom Jeff. In wing. So. My Dad didn't even get to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. had eaten or drunk water for three days prior to getting to hide can on men on Macula Jarrah. So he was not good spice whenever you got to go for these founding experience Do you expect to have this? Attitude signals and do they mets Meyer medications before that goes I already to Nia but I I I. Meet that may be the oldest. Mountain in Malaysia is called blue. So that's that's nothing mental yet this nothing combat to have done. Amazing isn't it wasn't Kim to by Luke. Kinabalu in Malaysia. Yeah how I was great. was A. Me and my guys we went. Is a bad weather. The was reading heavily in the stall man. We were the last ones that they allowed to be on the way we arrive on the Soviet. We just like a few seconds with pictures and immediately who now because he was way to genuine. Get get the SELFIE. Along jobs done that a few times a getting to the top no matter what just to get the fire and then get the hell off dangerous. So It's a and that's what it's all about now until you go and down. that's trilobite to you. Don't you don't know what you're going to be like in you don't know what what interests it's to spock as well. So. United said this is. All I love to in my back at least that love to do in life that no interest to other people. And and that's the. That's the adventure part of I encourage everyone to think very broadly about the at least put a whole bunch of stuff. A bunch of things on there that is out of character that you would normally not do but is a part of you the fines funds interest in that. So why not go down that? Rabbit Hole go experiment gone gone discover. might be some new things that you WanNa, do you lost? And I if it If it sticks it sticks before you. Now you could be a mountain. Could. where he could be a cyclist or it could be. A basket waiver you could be a writer. You could be a stand up comedian united who knows but. I put a whole bunch of these things on new bucket list and I think that's it would. That's the human experience. Or. I craft the partway us. Five Rep questions? New Eighty. Yep. So the first question. What is the image that comes to mind when you hear the phrase recipes the off the image. organ- To a funeral two days ago the image I love the statement POPs into my head and that is live fully die empty. Live. Fully. Dynasty. And yet that's Liz Brown fat et fries and. yeah. Legacy is would pops up for me and then I go to. What off designed for myself that all WanNa be reminded myself reminded inputting to put into a tree in I WANNA owner become a trade a off got image of its straight. Give auction to other people. Would I remember? Is caring thoughtful. Thought later that inspired millions in a in A. In an aggressive later in an aggregate, the NASCAR is a bit heavy. You can choose not to answer if if you like so euthanasia or assisted suicide, do think should we legalize? Heavy question I believe in euthanasia I think runs should have a choice. That's that's what it is. Isn't it? Yeah. Dog I believe everyone should have a choice if you're not hyper pine. You should be out sight to someone that you love someone that you respect and sai what will plug on good on. I think that's how that's what. It's really good. Wow. Of. Never. Even at net of been asked that and of never never given an answer around believe everyone should have a right. To on site that's enough and that's what would you say to a dying person wouldn't sign a thing listen to but could. Not, ask them. To share stories if I, if I in spice to tool I could extract their learnings united extracted learnings learned from them. In. Inam. In last month's. In how allies learnings could affect my lawf- going full? Or I last question you having last meal on Earth. What would that be? Who Lost this heavy stuff man? This is unreal. What this podcast? Rescue. Referees Debbie. Was the question lot what would Morelos Meal Bay? Yeah? It would probably the hey I It would probably be auto NAAR A is very family. Loved love of family around me. Heaven Emna a family rushed. And Yeah, some way some way. Somewhere Adrian. Adrian. Heim will somewhere on his not exotic with everyone a love Ram me that's the most important is not food. Thank you so much for all your inspiring message and endlessly to a life story. Where can people find new end is couple allegra-d official. Thanks for having me on your podcast Mina. Heavy questions at the end up having ASTA is before. You got me thinking thanks and as I think it's fraud. It's early Friday morning his. Yeah. Now now, thinking about this, the risk of the Diet, thanks for that now people get people can check me added www dot the bucket list go I dot com that's the bucket at least guide dot com or if they're interested in the bucket list card she can go to At least coach Dot Com check at one of women is the will find me on the socials probably instagram's the best which is Bach at least guide dot treads. Bell. And The bucket this going anywhere, and you probably be out of fun me or at least a man thanks for your time and. Your the one of the more entertaining speakers I have. On It'll be let you grow. Do you have any last words for the business? Yeah I think given the nature of this podcast I want a winner. 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Womens health, hormones & happiness with Dr. Sarah McKay
"Welcome back toward winning anxiety slayer podcast I'm Shannon Vander leak and today I'm speaking with Dr Sarah MCI about the neurobiology of Womanhood. Sarah is an Oxford University educated neuroscientist educator media commentator director of the Neuroscience Academy and author of the Woman's brain book. The neuroscience of Health Hormones in happiness Sarah lives on the northern beaches of Sydney Australia with her Irish and together they're raising two boys and a Cocker Spaniel. And They can be found sailing surfing mountain biking or skiing. Welcome to anxiety slayer Sarah. Off Thank you so much for Hindi Shannon it's a privilege to speak to you. It's wonderful to speak with you. I'm really grateful that you reached out and wanted to have this conversation because. Our brains are just so fascinating and I'd love to begin talking about why you decided to write a book about the female brain and then we'll take it from there. So. I've been neuroscientists pretty much my entire professional career skuld university my second year role in university degree in your signs. This is a New Zealand the early nineties. Actually that's kind of my career path I would admit academia abouts. Five years past my PhD racist breaking during his research primarily focused on unraveling the neurobiology of new. York City and a half wide is at Brian Change in response to experience. That is really what I was fascination, and then I moved more into science communications and education sort of the last ten years and I've been logging and talking and teaching within this nearest science dice Nath about twenty, twenty, five years. One of the gigs that I had was what he was ABC here in Australia rotting in your science log beam and as part of on an article on filmon of menopause in Brian Fog, we had an absolute outpouring of fascination with that topic essentially the idea awards batch. when they're going through Perry Municipals Minneapolis, feel a bit fuzzy. Feel a bit kind of lazy mind and it turns out that sort of hormonal fluctuations all the of means the Khanakala base around. Four forties fifties wasn't eventually result in these. These kind of feelings of rainfall in time goes why we had this enormous or in. Twenty six, eight, I was find out by book published. A very charismatic and Dynamic Lady Jam, Redman's and she. Live you random why even having to book. Right the I stay was right a PhD thesis. Frank that was enough when I do a lot of garage and that's me hardware and you not. Be grateful to you and it just neater really being a burning desire. She. Sleeps mentioned the coffee and headed trash and so we meet because she was quoted Charismatic Woman Mayor She was books and I was I didn't possible better. Have they idea and she said, well, what have you ever Redford audience that is listen I with them. Let's eighty this Beta polls. To Guard, let's read a book on Menopause in the office was that's forty four on an onslaught while I'm afraid that it's not really in my engine Ray, they saw. The verified astute he chartered anything that imposing opening. She said, what about baby data thing? Let's interesting. I thought somebody'd bride. and. I hit a bit of the moment of realization that I had been waking in this nearest on spice. Your mind top professional career had been yard or an operator, the female body and Brian. From. Through my life and I never before considered. To into connected literary before taking a look at a lot of these very famous experiences, we have puberty in periods, pregnant sage and made up hoes. I'd never considered named before starring lanes of neurobiology nets not to sound a bit slobby targets just that neuroscience, the mice, enormous broad Dave subjects sure. Siren many pods, even go down. And I just hidden. ginny secrets one pace on menopause and a very quickly realized. Because my suit, my research career being focused around Kanzi simplicity particularly during development. Particularly during odd that if we've gone to take a look at any specific point in Aspen, we're gonNA look, puberty. Pregnancy really needed to look at the events had lied to the tweets because it re-experience we head shots in scopes at Brian Inside window emigrated law spanks Dovan. It was really had book was born so I I said a rash off high up to this conversation. In essentially sort of Saturday. Unusual. CHILDHOOD PUBERTY ATTAIN IDEAS Just, write a long list of questions sitting under each of these phases of the law saying that I didn't the answers to your scientists fail while Harem I, going to answer these questions and. That was kind of the January rushing the book was was the excitement of sending data and asking of my discipline neuroscience Sicily's parties woman. that's so awesome and. I suspect that you're one of the first to do. So I died the outside what I was lucky enough to do hidden tried in the field beside many years I now paid pro had answered questions sire I. Need where he was Anura Chronology have Brian and woman's together I knew people rates edged the teenage Brian You pay Wyking on child development I knew people who were working on trying to understandings depression goes women on paper Amine Oppose I head. Annuity Dole's to knock on right you have the resources to gather. On you have stocks rating electric wide would neither May to answer these questions. So I certainly wasn't the fifties and that for me was quite pistol Janney gave me this great taught United States opportunities to reflecting him most. Points of my loss. Which I was. Obsessed I've not conversations with men women. As Fame House of pretty looks. The language. At on actually quite key over I. Think. You frame it up at the beginning in one of the things I know she is I was watching a book at sounds running book thing Brian Wins Bryant. Only. Later. Tonight. Was In my office same outbreak mission and then I was quite surprised at Ashley. Russia that the differences I'm writing about period running out exactly I'm writing about pregnancy but it was an important question to be asked because I think you've got to answer the questions the pinker mice curious about if you sure an old sudden that I really deeply reflect on what obviously rinses on ABC three lush span differences between experiences goes boys growing up our experiences. We get Outta your differences zero zero wise Behind So, say it was a really reflecting on bash at. Times sure in some of the subject matter to it's in the states talking about menopause is how do we talk about that? Oh Is Anybody giving them any attention or is there this entire population of women who are who are spending their days thinking? What's that? What's that? Going at and so as I was thinking about when I brought that forward is that because of your focus on the female brain? It always as a as a lay person I think I've always thought that the female brain. was probably a more complicated than the male brain. My husband right now, it'd be like giving me funny luck but because of the changes that we go through but of course, men go through their own changes as well. Yeah. Boys not been. Come. Some lights than will strike fold to mother boycotting of Your Voice. I think, sometimes my last strike for the mothers of goes tens of economy emotional nation complexity average. This is also is really complicated as well. In fact, the boys developed that hits ways, women, Monster John Reid, is, let's talk about how hormones affect our brain and intern our emotions, behaviors and anxiety for the for those listening in who suffer with different forms of anxiety. Yeah. It's been really fascinating question. So I think how? We talk about all mine which about women to the clearly teams to assure talk about RV in all mines, which will bat I mean the eastern produced by at Ivories in particular between you know if you've a reasonably normal netflix stock which woman pregnant Pixel pill to fluctuates h mountain seven in Hawaii with kind of a natural monthly biological experiments, and we know the hormones produced I agree and why a regulated by. From the bride but until a back into the Brian. Into, Brian Interact with brain cells neurons as cold them and influence hallows urines action in a state. Why? A whole host of other hormones sandwich produced by for example, the ADRENAL glands, kidneys Adrenal, or or cool to release his part of the stress results in response to some stranger challenge off. Until Tin. Can influence the function of Brian and the body, and then we have hope has to pull that. Manufactured and released from the brain south. likely within the Brian in some base. A relationship bloodstream. Body examples of obeys example Oxytocin, which is released likely and the bride. Into, the I. Combined It's released reunites meets recycle itself. So there's a Ho hum sue different lines. Ply of different cycles the alley dining monthly that interacting figgis from the state of a woman's House Redo lot focus on at. Hormones, era very own lines because. If not they saw the gentleman joint. So I guess when into writing the a book I, thought it was going to largely focus on home. Is it Idid? Halloween said digging into the neuroscience literature taking a look at the influence of always on the Bryans. I was kind of surprised because yes, they play a role, but I think. Not as ladder role reside, the voice in the crowd is necessary is ladd at every woman. Every every point in the last stand is actually much. Thank we start delving into today's shoes on I'm glad surprise about it. So initiative to launch look. Female home is very wise of cognition so that. Thanking Judgment Raisin name, national regulation, or ability tonight decisions coke mission Brian Look, spending stuff, and when I started digging inst- electric looking at the edge there was no evidence to shy the mines anyway influenced at cognitive capacity. Leverrier keep pets available memory. Off. decision making in way I mean, we just simply couldn't find. Evidence to support there was a strong link but. It's not signed as. The race, it hasn't been done as the race has been done in. the, capable of. thinking. 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Quite simple exercise is mind yet Bryan Sweet we retired with. Decisions yet. So. Again, we're doing something Watson. That's reminding APP Brian. China by Seoul prizes from the off. Right right. Oh thank you so much what a fascinating conversation today. Learned. So much and really grateful for all of your work and all of the time that you've spent. mastering Very important topic and many of our listeners probably never even thought about it before an non right beyond the surface of it and to be able to to dig deep and still remember that that taking action and and some of the things that we can do to change behaviors in into allow ourselves this. One day at a time in this understanding that not everything that we think is something to believe in that everything that we've been that we've been conditioned to believe is necessarily the truth and to be able to learn more about those of us who are female about our female brains and all of it. I. Just really really appreciate you so much. Thank you for choosing to share your expertise running Zaidi slayer. On how you grew up thank you for the invitation. That was Dr MCI. You can get a copy of her book the Woman's Brain Book At. Dr Sarah, MCI Dot Com you can also download her free checklist nine daily habits of highly healthy brains in that's at the same website Dr Sarah MCI Dot Com you'll find all of the contact information in the show notes and anxiety slayer dot com. If you found this podcast. Helpful. Please consider supporting us on patron. As, a friend of anxiety sleater, you'll get accessed over forty guided meditations and extra resources for calming anxiety visit patron dot com forward slash anxiety slayer.
The State Of Voter Suppression
"It's tuesday march thirtieth. He'll hughes and i am erin. Ryan filling in for gideon resnick and this is what a day daily podcast which when transcribed spells out the full. Mr in a sequence for the moderna vaccine is that why after the second time. we read this through. I got super tired yes Today's we are so close to an in on the pandemic in america but officials ramp up the message that you should stay vigilant including this dire message from cdc director. Dr shell linski. I'm gonna pause here. I'm gonna lose the scratch. And i'm going to reflect on the recurring ceiling. I have of impending we have so much to look forward to so much promise of potential of where we are and so much reason for hope a right now. Stare very cardi b. A vicious game rotavirus getting real energy that is coming up and then some headlines but first the latest and we're going to start with voting rights when george republicans passed a sweeping overhaul of state elections last week. That basically will make it harder for people to cast a ballot. It sent shockwaves all over civil rights groups that it will disenfranchise black voters. The players union for major league baseball is reportedly open to moving the all star game set for july thirteenth out of atlanta. And there's still no word from home depot delta airlines or coke about how they value the rights of their black customers which is in contrast to how they pretended to support us in the summer. Following the george floyd uprisings. But i digress. Look they're gonna pretend to support you some of the time. They got to pretend to support you all the time to give us a black square for voting right exactly but akilah across state lines. The story isn't anger about the bill. It's us too. Yeah that's right. So florida is doing their best to go back to the nineteen fifties senate bill. Ninety is the next big bill to watch is proposed by republican state. Senator dennis baxley and aims to ban ballot drop boxes limit who can handle someone else's ballot to immediate family and require more frequent requests for mail in ballots. It also aims to criminalise giving human beings water or food so very cool stuff. Republicans in the state outwardly. Disagreed with the bill but it through two committee so you know very very cool energy. They're just lying about really feel. It has more and more of these racist jim. Crow era bills are introduced nationwide. It's clearer than ever. That voting rights need to be expanded and protected at the federal level. Yeah you know. It's weird that they wanna make us exercising our rights something that we experience as cruel like what's what's next like. All newspapers have a sidewalk of hot coals. All the journey down before for exactly before they're allowed to exercise their first amendment rights. Every church is like surrounded by a high fence that people have to fail like come on. We'll get to that federal proposal in a moment but other states like iowa and texas have already passed their own bills that make it harder to vote from things like cutting back the days and hours that people can go in person to limiting who can mail in their ballot. This isn't a coincidence right. Not at all if you notice. A variety of states passing similar legislation can usually be traced back to a political think. Tank group pushing agenda in this case. It's the heritage action for america which is basically the political arm of the reagan forever org the heritage foundation. Those are the same ones with that. Crusty dude who just last week said should not have statehood because senators drive past their houses on their way to work. That was a real defense he gave in never going to get over it. The new york times found out that it was heritage that started floating the language back in january they created a little skeleton outlined for this kind of oppression and then let republican lawmakers introduced their own versions of these kinds of bills. It happened in in that same. Playbook is being used in florida. Wait a minute akilah. So you're telling me that these state level geniuses are not coming up with these things by themselves they are just they are just copying the homework of the most miserable in america the heritage foundation very tight. Very cool it is. It's sure is an in fact of the dizzying number of voting bills introduced around the country. At least twenty three had similar language or were firmly rooted in the principles laid out in the heritage groups proposal letter so this is why local elections matter as much if not more so than national elections are state officials are best bet. Republicans run an outsize majority of state legislatures. These bills are being run through the copier before being sent to the floor. Oh man following state elections is a lot of work but you know what democracy's a lot of worth it worth worth it. Let's not stop there. Voting rights fights are playing out on the federal level. So let's turn to the new yorker where as the kids say a new. Jane mayer just dropped. All the teams are getting high to get the kids love. Jane mayer mayor's latest piece details the brazen conservative-led effort to tank. Hr one. that's the federal bill. Being considered right now would expand and enshrined voting rights in addition to shedding some light on dark money in politics. Yeah we gotta get dark money out of politics in all those things sound like good ideas that a lot of people would be into so who's actually trying to stop this. You're right akilah. Hr what is quite popular because it is good and a lot of people like it. So the line of people opposing. It is a real hit parade of exactly who. You'd expect charles coke ted cancun crews mitch mcconnell grover norquist remember grover norquist. He's like map. Good grover from sesame. Street this one. He's a bad muppet. He shows up and teach our kids to be libertarians. Also house republicans are involved and a bunch of lackeys and gadflies that work for all of those people are leading the opposition to hr one. The main character mayor story is a coke. Lackey named kyle mackenzie who gave a presentation to opponents of hr one january eighth mayor obtained audio of the presentation. And akilah have to hear to believe it. Mckenzie's starts with the bad news. Hr one is popular with people across the political spectrum including with conservatives conservatives. Were actually as supportive. As the general public was read the neutral ascriptin of hr one. And so as i have here in my don't slide you know. This isn't just a matter of like finding conservatives and then activating them on this in a public way You know. There's a large very large chunk of conservatives who Are supportive of these types of efforts ex. Yeah bad news republicans. Some of them don't want to be racist. Yeah this is a terrible idea that nobody likes. And it's actually kind of difficult to spend something this popular in a way that will get people to dislike a good and popular idea. But they're certainly going to try. Like mackenzie talks about what happened when they tested out messaging using the republicans favourite boogie woman. Aoc it did move zero percent of liberals that's to be expected and mood about thirty one percent of republicans To try to change their point of view about hr one when they were showing this kind of story about how hr or afc wants to hold them accountable and that hr one would allow her to do that. A lot more easily. I've been saying that they're the party that does that. Like accountability literally said that. No one's allowed to be held accountable. I feel very vindicated. But what are coca company. Actually so upset about. Yeah the problem is according to mackenzie that. The law would stop billionaires from buying elections. And what most. Americans want is for it to no longer be possible for billionaires to by elections and billionaires who want to buy. Elections aren't happy that they're no longer going to be able to buy elections. Yeah they'll get over it. I've never been able to buy it election. I turned out. Okay so did they figure out any possible messaging that might work to convince people to oppose voting rights at the federal level. One thing kind of but listen closely to this clip. A small-scale donor Could be associated with another donor that he has a bad. You know a a bad Public persona and so it really negatively impact small-scale donor because people would start associated them with this other various donor. Gosh listen to him. Tiptoe around what he's getting at what mackenzie means is that small donors don't want to have their identities expose and be associated with the exact people who are listening to the conversation. That mackenzie is delivering. Their best argument against hr one is that. Most americans don't want to be publicly associated with nefarious donors like the people who oppose hr one. Yikes they really the adult fuck with you gang. Political donors so. What are the unpopular billionaires going to do to win the hearts and minds of american zone. This can we expect the check. No fuck it and hope nobody gets mad which is what they normally do. And actually if people get mad they usually can still say fuck it to and just build a giant with their money. Alternately charles coke concluded that the best way to defeat. Hr one is to just ignore what people want to get the senate to kill it. Which is what's going to happen unless democrats reform the filibuster. Your move joe mansion. God i hate that sentence man. Hives hives looks on my neck. So this is a good time to plug crooked own campaign about it. Find out what you can do. Even if you're aren't an aging senator from west. Virginia who keeps getting reelected for some reason you can be a part of hr one or we're fucked. That's a very great title. just head to vote. save. America dot com. Now let's turn to part sixty nine million two hundred and seventy five billion thousand in days of our covert lives. Keila cow is the white house. Amping up a really serious tone about the next few weeks yes they covert of it all continues so yesterday cd director shell will linski warned of that quote impending doom. We heard at the top of the show regarding uptick in cova cases and the threat of new variants even as the country's vaccinating at higher and higher rates. I woke up to impending doom trending and know. Sometimes it be like that but right now guys. It is like that president by told states that they should reinstate mask mandates and admitted that. He's a little worried that some states are opening up to haphazardly. Please this is not politics. Reinstate the mandate if you let it down and business require masks as well the fair to take this virus seriously precisely what god is in the first place. He is not wrong. We should never been in this mess in the first place so please everyone do your part do what he said. Yeah if there's anything. Americans can trusted to in large numbers. It is mildly inconvenience themselves for the sake of other people that they've never. It's not going to happen. Feeling confident about that. All it takes is like one jerk out of one hundred jerks you know. That's all it takes and it doesn't help that. We're in the middle of several holidays. Passover and easter for example where families might get together. What's the news on the spread of the good word vaccines. I'm assuming that the bad v where it is virus. Oh was president. Biden has announced that ninety percent of us adults will be eligible for vaccines by april nineteenth and ensured. That vaccine sites will be available within five miles of all residences. That is impressive. The thing to remember with this though is that we won't have enough supply for everyone until the end of may according to estimates so even if you can get the golden vaccine ticket it's best to practice caution and avoid giant gatherings for the time being remember doom. Nobody wants to do so. We'll keep you posted on all the cove updates but that's the latest for now Its wide squad and for today's tim check. We're talking about possibly the most significant cargo shipments of the last ten years. Yes it is the ever given which got stuck but is finally free now from the suez canal the ever given captured the imaginations of everyone in the world including the online erotic fan fiction community just over in an article showcasing some of the mini suez canal fan fix which have titles like ever given him. Bo extraordinaire deck picks. Love comes at a cost of twelve percent of global maritime trade and extra wide. Cargo stuff's major shipping lane delivers huge payload. That's just like title porn. Have any day as so. Obviously this vote accident created a lot of important art. How do you react to this story. And why did you think it was engaging okay. So my brain didn't go to like adult themes when it happened. I just i love it because it allowed me to shrink my brain into the simplest thing like there is a big boat blocking the channel and the other boats can't go and it's duck it's like simplicity in a world of chaos is so refreshing even if that's implicity is like boats stuck it's so so nice to to not have to like read a history book and be like well actually the reason the cots duck. No the boat is stuck and other boats can't go Same question for you akilah. I mean i. I really appreciate what you had to say there because i think that like. That's that's definitely the vibe. That i had i saw this and i thought we've all had clogged toilet. We all understand traffic jams. This is an easy thing for us all to comprehend. There's nothing to read in on. It's a big boat. If we gotta figure out how to move it. And i just loved it. It was a fun easy thing to check in on every day when everything else seems so dire all the time. So yeah you know maybe more boats getting stuck for a day or so people are going to be like. That's messing up world trade five wrong. We've got an inner four year old. That just wants to see heavy and we wanna see trucks go room. We wanna see vote goes stuck. We wanna see big tugboat. Pull out stuck boat. We're eight where we all were for at one point it's exactly and maybe my brain is you know just relying on those feelings at a time of chaos. I appreciate it. I thought it was great. And i think it's engaging for all the reasons you said. Hey the world is a lot and it would be nice to just focus on the big issues of children's books both getting stuck like the object. Our temps stay safe. If you're a boat. Try not to get stuck. And we'll be back after some ads. what's up wad squad. It is brought to you by babble for most of us. Learning a second language in high school or college wasn't exactly a high point in our academic careers. I personally a lot of french. In a lot of latin. 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The prosecutor played all nine minutes and twenty nine seconds of the video taken by a bystander. Chauvin kneeling on george floyd snack and told the jury quote. You can't believe you're is that it's homicide. It's murder as expected. The defense pursued their strategy of trying to get jurors not to believe there is and instead consider the idea that floyd died due to a drug overdose in an underlying heart condition. Among the witnesses called yesterday was a mixed martial artists who is on the scene that day who testified he believed chauvin. Killed floyd along with a nine one one dispatcher. Who said she felt something was wrong that day. A new poll out this week shows that less than fifty percent of americans consider themselves to be part of a church synagogue or mosque that compares with seventy percent as recently as the year two thousand. And it's the first time ever in the history of gallup's polling that the number has dropped below a majority watch fox news tonight to see tin sweaty conservatives trying to connect this a little dancing on satan. Were all about the find out that. Somehow everyone renounced god because they couldn't by the six most racist books by dr seuss. The gallup poll also found that the number of people who say religion is very important to them has fallen below fifty percent. Some experts should be declines to two major trends among younger americans. One and overall distrusted institutions makes sense to me and to that more people are mixing and matching to create their own religious traditions. Get need to see those festivus numbers. Before i make my own conclusions akilah. I'm just going to say it's you know it's holy week and i went to catholic university and i sang in the choir and after having one choir experience of holy week concluding with a four hour masks on the saturday before easter sunday. My feedback is church too long. That's my that's my feedback. Right wrap it up a tiktok. Fifteen seconds exactly exactly. Spice it up but just church too long. That's yeah that's my feedback. Okay jeff bezos can buy anything he wants except maybe an election today. amazon's bessemer alabama warehouse concludes its unionization vote which could have huge implications for the company and the country's labor movement. Counting the ballots could take days weeks or months. I guess depending on how fast or slow people say the numbers after that the losing side could challenge the results which would create further delays. Amazon has always pushed back against this unionization effort. 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30: Roundtable Discussion on the Materiality of Jewish Culture with Alexandra Buncic, Nathan Mastnjack, David Sclar, and Jason Lustig
"Welcome to Jewish history matters. I'm Jason Lustick. And today, we have a special roundtable on the history of the Jewish book, and the materiality of knowledge, Jewish cultures. I'm joined today by Alexandra Poonch. Nathan mass neck and David, Sklar, this year, the four of us together with AJ Berkowitz, and Martina Perry have been star FO's at Harvard's center for Jewish studies where we've all been working on projects that relate to these themes. So we decided to get together to do a podcast episode where we talk about how all of our work connects and why it matters in abroad, context. I wanna thank you, first before we get started for subscribing to Jewish history matters. We've put out a whole bunch of great episodes this year. And I hope you've enjoyed them. So, you know, this is going to be the last episode for the summer. We're going to be taking a hiatus for a couple of months and we'll be coming back in September with new episodes before we begin. I just want to say a brief note of thanks to her. Vard's center for Jewish studies, which not only has hosted me and the other fellows here, but also helped to support the production of this episode. Again. Thanks for listening. I hope you enjoyed this episode about the history of the Jewish book, and the materiality of knowledge. So. Hi, everybody. I think it might be good for all of you guys introduce yourselves very briefly. Hi everyone. My name is Alexandra Boone, teach. I'm Arshi story in will in research of mediaeval manuscripts from Spain. My primary focus is I congress fee of illuminated manuscripts produced four Joe's and by Joe's and this year, I'm researching to medieval manuscripts, including the Sarajevo huggy, and another manuscript that it's penali-, Bary known as a sternum ical on tala. Gee, I'm David Sklar. I work on early modern Jewish history and the research of doing this year is on the as claiming she van Amsterdam. This is regarding Portuguese Jews who came out of I b area and formed do a Jewish identity in the Dutch Republic. And what I've been looking at is the formation of the library the collection of books in. Semination of knowledge among the community. My name is Nathan mass Nak by specialty is the Hebrew bible. And I am currently working on how we should think about the early material history of the prophetic literature when people think about what they generally call the books of the bible. They usually are using concepts. I would argue of the book that turn out to be unhelpful anachronistic for conceptualizing this literature in its earliest periods. So I want to argue that we should be thinking of the prophetic literature, and it's early period as collections rather than books and your listeners, I guess who I am, but they might not be familiar with what I'm doing. So I guess I'll say something about that, too. So I'm Jason Los Dagan in addition to, you know, hosting Jewish history matters. I also am working on a book on the history of Jewish archives and the twentieth, century. And so that's what I've been doing this year as star fellow working on this book in a whole series of projects. Thinking about the nature of archives in the nature of collecting in the twentieth, century. Looking primarily, Germany, the US, and the state of Israel. One thing that's interesting, especially hearing all of us talking about our research that, that every year, the star fellowship, and it's similar and a lot of ways to other kinds of fellowships that existed, other universities. They have a theme that they bring together a cohort of scholars who are working on a similar topic. The theme this year has been the history of the Jewish book, as I hear everybody talking about their research. I think that another way to conceptualize it is in terms of the materiality of knowledge in the materiality of the Jewish tradition. I'm not sure if you as a with that as sort of like an alternative over arching theme or not. But I was hoping that, that, that was something that we could talk about today, because in each of these different projects were all looking at different ways, in, which, and in which knowledge and traditions are passed down and are transmitted. I think that a lot of people, especially when you talk about intellectual history. It is often seen as very ephemeral that what's so interesting about all of these topics is that it's all about physical objects. And their relationship to Judaism into the Jewish history. What do we learn from thinking about the history of the book and from thinking about the materiality of knowledge and putting this all within the context of, of Jewish history, I think it's interesting the way you presented with this materiality of knowledge and the idea. The intellectual history would be that there's this ephemeral point of view. But rather the book is what can tie together? The thing that I'm thinking about is that your conception of materiality of now edge actually works as an umbrella for all of us primarily, because we're we are working with materiality but we're moving away from. Using the word book has, you know, Nathan, especially because it has a definition or it should have a definition. And we're sort of trying to figure out what that means and in a way what ties us together is, is ephemera actually. Yes, the materiality, for instance, I'm dealing with a library Alexandra's dealing with a particular manuscript you're dealing with archives, but you can't really consider each of these things a history of the book, but this notion of materiality of our age does sort of work in an inverse way, I think it's also interesting how d- sexually our knowledge and our research on particular objects or particular books for archive actually add to this general knowledge. Right. For me researching individual object as the Sarah will hug a da ED's to our general understanding of circumstances under which this particular manuscript was produced. But it also adds and reflect how this particular manuscript change. It's role from MC very ceremonial object for us on particular holiday, and now as a art, defected the museum. So how are understanding changes with understanding of changing of the role of the Huggett da one object for individual use? But this manuscript belongs to a group of other manuscripts rights, so our knowledge and understanding on this particular object and manuscript can add to our general understanding of this type with particular type of the objects and also what is interesting and important to know is that it changes over time over the Gulf of sanctuary. So what it meant to a patron who commissioned its. Quite different for what it means to us today, what we can see in terms of your projects for Alexandra. David is there is kind of a material basis to what you're looking at Alexandria. You're looking at a specific Kaga, which is actually physically in the museum in Sarajevo and David. You're talking about a library collection. That actually was there, people used it took the books out read them, probably didn't return them. But Nathan right like you in a certain way. And this came up in some of the research that we've discussed and other occasions, it's still about the book and it's still about the construction of, of the frameworks of the bible. But there's not really a material basis to that. Like you said that there's not really any physical data that you have this is the real challenge in trying to write a history of the book history of the bible. Right. We don't actually have manuscripts until hundreds of years after these tax rall. Written when I'm trying to argue is that even without those manuscripts. We can't avoid the fact that these texts were material objects and to either ignore that or to just import our own notions of what a book is back on. These ancient textual cultures inevitably sort of obscures, how we understand what these what these comes actions were. How were in how they were read one question. That's a little scholars have been preoccupied with for maybe two hundred years is getting to the bottom of the original form of the books of the bible. But if they weren't books at all the concept, even of the original becomes highly problematic. If there were collections for example, there may be no original, say, book of is area or book of Jeremiah. I think it raises an important question, which is what even is a book, I think my work on archives. It's not exactly books either. I think if you look at early modern record keeping practices among the Jews the casino for inst-. You know, the communal record books were physical bound books and even in modern archives archivists, sometimes take a papers, and they put them together in kind of a book like form, it's one way to make it so that you can't steal the papers, you'll but raises a whole bunch of questions about the nature of books, of course, as we deal with sort of the developments of digital technologies. It's also really unclear what constitutes a book as well. I think your idea of them to reality of texts, which really is the thing that's going to. Encompass all of what we're doing works because in a way, Nathan's research can't resonate as much unless we already know that there's a concept of a book, we're going to try to find that book, then they can say, well, this doesn't actually work there is no original form. There is no book form at that time you have to look at this in its own context, and what you're describing about Arkansas as well. So when I think of history of the book, I really think, in terms of medieval in the early modern periods and, and you can ask lots of questions about that and about authorship within that. But then to try and transpose that onto another time period, certainly with what you just brought up name. I see virtually no point in it, really except to say, well, this is what existed at that time. And we know that, that can't be the case previously, even just fundamentally of if our job is to take the sources that we have and analyze sources. And you if you have no sources, you know, in hundreds of years later when you have a first ever. Silence of some sort of written textual evidence than thrillingly, not going to be helpful to the Tino to use the term book, which is materiality effects is, is a great way of looking at, I think. Yeah. But also like books back in middle ages were luxury objects and. Very few individual could own them. Whereas today, we are dealing with our own libraries than our. No. All our own knowledge and gathering our own knowledge based on our own interests. So maybe that's also interesting. Just three reflecting the terms that we are talking about right now in a certain way the definitional question there is no answer to it. I think sort of a more interesting question is why books matter, however you define them, especially when we think, as scholars or as people who read is kind of like a silly question. Right. Of course books matter. But the truth is that for most people they don't actually read books today. Right. It's kind of unfortunate and sad. If you take statistically speaking, I think, you know, that person reads, maybe one book a year, there's a lot more reading that's taking place now. That's true. Right, depending on how you define a book people are reading books. Worth of material week, just on Facebook's another kind of book for Audi books. Yeah. There is constant reading there is constant sharing of knowledge, you can question, the depth of such knowledge occasionally, but there is greater sharing of knowledge in actual taking place in reading right by then. What is a book offer, you know, where you sort of dive into something over a long period of time. Even economically or inventories, scholarship. There's a big difference between a twenty five bay Dardel and two hundred page book in terms of what you come away with. And also, what is the role of the book thing? We're gonna expand your question also too. He said, why does the book matter, why do books matter? Well, it's, it's, you know, before we even say, why the history of the book matters, we can say, why do books matter in the first place. And I was thinking about their in particular was what's at stake. When we talk about the objects whatever form that takes, whether that's in a scroll as an ancient book or. As a, a codex, or as an e book or as a Facebook, not really a book, but it uses the term which I think, is kind of interesting. So your question is also, why does the materiality of text matter, right? I guess it's kind of this to partner with the first one is why do books matter in the first place. And the second one is books as something that we study as material objects and not just in terms of the texts that they contain the simple and broad answer that, probably, I think we'd all agree on maybe unites our perches in some way, is that asking about the materiality of texts represents a recognition that simple recognition? Right. The texts aren't experienced of a really as obstructions, and that engaging, their materiality is a way of engaging with a cultures texts are produced and read within textual cultures. This is what each one of us in very different ways. Right. Is getting at. And I would just that. Today, that, that sometimes specs are also illustrated, as we actually have in hug dot so it's not only the tax alone, but also images that help us in a waste on the stand. What is written in the tax? I don't know. Always that it's the textured. They're never abstractions. I think since I'm dealing with the school issue. There's a lot of oral learning. When I look at the actual the study being gay judgment with the tax. Yes, there is the materiality element. But I also wonder about the experience for the students as they're studying and learning or not learning or ignoring or rejecting what the teachers are saying. I mean, I think this is one of the reasons that the idea of the book is really useful, but we can also look beyond it that the materiality is kind of the important thing because, like, David in your case, looking at, at this issue via the materiality is the books, but it's also the lack of the books it's the material basis for the study when there are only a handful of copies of the Talmud that students could fit reference. If you think about the way that someone studying Sheva today, they have a, a library, right? They have they have books on hand and they have like every Russa e every it by have their own set. Of the method that they're working on. You know, that's a very different way of studying as a result of the material nature. So there's the books is also the lack of the books, there's also the space, right? There's the there, there's the baby rush like the materiality of the knowledge can be seen in a whole bunch of ways and not just in the actual book itself. Yeah, I think it's an interesting idea that if you can if you consider when somebody have considered the object values so to speak that there is something like Santa brought up the in the medieval period, clearly, and into the through the early modern period, frankly, who could afford books, so there's a lot to consider when you have something. And then. Most of history is written about based on the sources that we have. But it's also important to consider the vast majority of people who are not represented in the sources. And since we're talking about books or archives or certainly early modern archives, you're gonna have an enormous percentage of people in particular community who are not represented in, in those pink Cassiem appear at all or very, very infrequently, because they don't have the means to be there in the same thing when we're doing with books, so your point, actually, very great in the sense of I'm looking right now at this you. She von, I'm looking at people in construction of a library in a lot of people look at individual libraries, Nash, to put ski publishers footprints of the breasts, which is a bevy up in Himes collection, which became the basis for the today collection of the bombing library. But what about all the people who couldn't have those things couldn't buy a book and also like what? Who were people who are involved in book process, or who were the people who were involved in book production and how this process changed over the years because in middle ages? Certainly, you had a scribe you had the religious adviser you had Commissioner you had an illuminated, and in means of today, who are the people who are involved in the production of the books is or anything we learned, from looking at the biblical period to think about questions. I mean, we don't know any of this period. You guys are, you know, studying specific libraries or archives, right? And presumably these existed in some cases, biblical scholars have tried to reconstruct. What are the social locations for where say, prophetic books would have been kept copied and transmitted? But at the end of the day, we just don't know. In fact, the best comparative out we have for them. Mm-hmm. We, we have good reason to think probably aren't that good analogs, you know, we know about Mesdames Tamie Royal archives, for example, but the prophetic books, don't look like the kinds of things that would be transmitted in stored in Royal archives in part, because, right, the trickle of the kings of ancient, Israel, and Judah. So we just don't have good a good analogs for doing the kinds of things that you guys do. Maquette. It's partly, too, but also like in middle ages. We know that they that workshops for book production existed, but actually relag the knowledge of where they were based. So only through some icon, graphical analysis, we may or may not determine the origin of the manuscript unusually these manuscripts. When I say these manuscripts, I mean but to kill early on the group of hug adot from Spain, usually day, dawn to have caller phones. Meaning we don't have knowledge of who were people who commissioned them or where they were produced or who produce them or who wrote the tax or who illuminated the Phages. So we are slightly better than mabley. Period, period. Is there a sense that the prophets have scribes who then disseminated, you know, immense number of copies? Are you Jeremiah has described in than we? We have no idea anything we would say, it would be a real conjecture. Let me add. However, we're not purely interested in the origins of texts riot, but we're talking about a book history or maybe a history of material. Actu- -ality, we'll have the Dead Sea scrolls. Right. Which which gives us, a very significant moment in the history of the Jewish buckle can call it that so we can talk about that. And look at textual production look at a specific communities that were producing texts and actual manuscripts that have marginal corrections marginal notes para tax, various sorts. So we can talk about this later moment in the history of these texts. But if our question is for. Now, the period of their composition. We don't really know anything other than what we can extrapolate from the text itself. Yeah. I mean, I guess the question of all this, those, why does it matter? Why does it matter that we care so much about these books, whether that happens to be the books of the bible, or how people used books at various points in time how they got to us today? Like, why does it matter again, I feel like this is in a certain way a question that's kind of obvious. It us scholars that yet books matter. But what we gain from thinking about it in these kinds of terms as opposed to saying. Oh, yeah, I study this book and I learned from what's inside of it, which means like, what does devalue of these books, right? I would never say that. It's obvious though, whenever something's obvious. It would be Ben. It's hard to articulate it. I think one of the ways in which it matters, especially when we think about it in the context of Jewish history is that the Jews have been termed, in my opinion, kind of ruinously as the people of the book, right? Totally opposed to using I think it's. It's so ridiculous in a whole bunch of ways. But it's also interesting because it's sort of taken up by a lot of people as a badge of honor that the Jews are people learning that the Jews are people of the book, and, you know, so the Bible's, like the great example of this, you know, it is the book, literally when we talk about the history of the book, well, one of the context in which does matter. And this is where it just clearly intersects with Jewish history is that Jews especially in modern times. But I mean you guys can speak more about in another context, as well has sort of adopted this idea of the book as central to their identity into their sense of self. So that's one of the ways in which it matters because we can see it as an idea. You know, the idea of the book, but then, of course, there's the material side of it, which is a whole separate question. Just to add on that. I mean, in the case of hug dot that's literally the meaning like the purpose of the Haga dice to retail and to transmit the knowledge of exodus into the. After generation. So I think your question is contemporary question thing in the early modern period and construction of libraries, for instance. There's an intellectual interest there might be interested in materiality, possessing, possessing two thousand volumes or something like that. But I don't think that people viewed a quite the same. Nobody was questioning what was a book and how do you define it? And what's authorship, I think that the idea of that y books matter is more relevant to studying the modern period. You said, how you really don't like the idea of chooses people at the book. I mean it's adopted ING was relatively speaking, derogatory comments as a badge of honor, and it also is a. It's an anachronistic view. It's a modern view of it's almost like a flag-waving mccown, proud we are of being this intellectual people or something like that. And I don't really think that it fits with the, you know, a long standing understanding of, of Jewish history in Gaul jury. Yes, there's lot books are, are central but books are central to lots of cultures. Could you comment on how you see the book is central to Jewish history? I think I would look at it in. The pursuit of knowledge as, as one aspect of that in books representing that now edge, but it's not a necessary isn't as early a open open source or free flowing. Now, edge it there's, there's the possibility of what's into intellectual constraints. There's self-censorship for various reasons, books are crucial components of intellectual and religious culture in the medieval, especially the early modern periods and dues adopts, especially the technology of printing juicer the prince the first printing presses in Portugal, and North Africa. The Ottoman empire the first printed books are all he he books books printed by Jews. There's a recognition that in this is a technology that can be used to propagate. What? Some intellectual religious interest. Obviously, there's an economic angle as well. One thing that strikes me sort of listening to as we talk about this over just the past fifteen minutes. How however long is almost kind of ambivalence about books. You know, which is which is interesting because we are all are here under the rubric of the history of the Jewish book, and so much of what we're doing has to do with books, but, you know, Nathan, you are talking about how the books of the bible were not really books, even though I deal with books and book history. I'm not driven by that pursuit. I find myself in regular conversation with people who do book history, and my primary interest is in relating, intellectual and social history. How do people view things? Intellectually and have that matter. Socially in books are a crucial component of early modern Jewish culture, a little bit. But, you know, you are kind of opposed to the idea of the centrality of books in Jewish culture. You're, you're kind of saying that is not the book. It's an all I mean, I think there's a limit. We limit ourselves when we bake anything central unless we are clearly defining our question, and the parameters under which we're gonna write up the research. Right. Alexandra also thinking about your work clearly, you're looking at by manuscripts. But you're looking at individual. Copies of these manuscripts not the book as a whole, maybe a book, like a particular type of the book cramming, you're probably the closest to the history of the book out of all of us here, and then I mean, I'm working on archives as well, which, you know, fits into some of these questions about the history of knowledge and so on, but it's not really books in libraries, when the same way you own trying to say is that, that, that is interesting that this is kind of ambivalence. I wonder the history of the book really goes back, maybe fifty years. And I don't know that it's ever been clearly defined. I'm not. I think it's a it's a venue or two medium through which there's a way to study history, and you can use these to study particular period, or in a particular way. So my own ambivalence, that's what it is may come from inability or unwillingness to define exactly what, what the history of the book is except under particular circumstances. All I know is that. Earlier discussions of, how do you define a book as more recently become, how do you define authorship, which are great questions standing on their own without having to keep it within some history of the book Rubrouck? And then. And then I think that it can be applied to, you know exactly what Nathan was talking about. I mean to the biblical period. Yeah. How do you describe that as authorship? I mean what is that? Oh, yeah. The, the question of authorship is hugely important. I think for looking at these biblical texts, and it's another place where contemporary notions of the book, potentially aren't serving us, well, and looking at these, these compositions. So something if you mentioned, the psalms right, many of them ascribed to David is this really authorship description and the way that we think about it might not be actually him. Raw check has written on this as not forms of authorship ascriptin, but more also genre designation. And in some cases, you have you have you have psalms ascribed David that are obviously not written by David Wright, that, that specifically address, say the Babylonian captivity, you know, hundreds of years after David died, right? In my own work on on the prophetic texts. Same thing, it'd be visa or you have the book of Isaiah, which has a prophecies from span of hundreds of years. Right. I don't necessarily think that we're right to just to quickly. See that ascriptin as a thrill, at least not in the way that we think of it. But a lot of my current research is based on this ambivalence about what the book is. And the failure of that concept for asking good questions of biblical compositions. Psalms manuscripts in the Dead Sea scrolls. A great example of this. There's numerous manuscripts of psalms in the question scholars kept asking us. Well, how does this relate to the biblical book of psalms are these reorganizations of the biblical book had we even classify this mainly script. Is this is this an addition of the biblical book of psalms, or is this, some sort of different non biblical literal? Text incredible, one of confusion, actually, even in how to designate manual. Rips from the Dead Sea, scrolls stemming from scholars just assumption that these have to be related to a book, somehow rather than there being a cultural tradition of psalms that can be in stand. She textually material in any number of ways without climbing books. Protect your describing something that happens in scholarship frequently, which is at a discovery of something or recognition that something is not fit in within his not fit within some standard DRAM it, or whatever box that's been set. Yeah. And that's something that's important to recognize any areas of it's interesting. I'm just making this operation is funny, because we all sort of came here under the umbrella of the history of the Jewish book. Here we are to some extent questioning the value of that as the framing device. I mean, I think one of the things that's interesting about the idea of the book is that it is so often. Tied to a certain image of what a book is. And I think perhaps, we're not saying that the books are not a useful framework for thinking about things that we should just expand the definition of a book, clearly, people talk about the history of the book, one of the critical interventions there is thinking about how books change over time. But I think that what we're talking about is the conceptual, meaning of a book beyond what we have seen. I mentioned the, the digital components to thinking about books. Can we consider an e book a book or if we do consider an e book, a book, is that because it is a digital version of a book that you can get, as a physical copy of she go to bookstore, or you buy it online in, if that's the case. What about a book length article that gets published in the New Yorker if you think about, like, like our aunt in, like the iphone in Jerusalem? So that's a book, but it was initially published as a series of articles in actually, the New Yorker dickens wrote in cereals on before the became what we know is book. I don't know that it's helpful to think in terms of expanding definitions of books as much as saying, what are we really talking about not? We have an expanded perception of something, and people are placing the word book there. And I think we can define a book number specifically in terms of codex, and that sort of thing, but clearly in the large expanse, which is sort of where we wanna go which involves now edge immaterial the of tax and development of. Intellectual culture, maybe and changes based on technology. We're really talking about something else, and we need to find the word for that, right? Telling their where it's like content actually defines the book and not a physical visit count. Oh. A book as a book, but not necessarily have to use that definition in and expand and keep using the word book. But rather use another word that does encompass, what this conversation has been which takes it from questions of biblical composition to use of archives in the modern periods in his big because we're deal. And that's where you brought up the top of this of materiality affects. But maybe there's another way to say it. That's not that's not just about materiality. I don't know. I have an answer. I do think that what you're saying about the expansion of the definition of something is necessary. I just don't think that keep you, you know. That's my question is a book defined by its content or just by observing it as a physical object. Or this, this comes to this question of materiality? What is the importance of materiality I think what we did, perhaps conceptualize? This is the, the, the transmission in the transformation of knowledge over space and time when we talk about, sort of, like expanding the meaning of book and so on, and so forth. I mean, I think that's what was important to think about why that matters. Why does it matter to be looking at books and saying that we want to understand certain things that we may have understood as books before, is not as books and certain things that we might not think of as books as books, the real question is, what is the, the social impact of all of these texts and, and their physical contents? Right. What does it mean for the bible to be written down as a scroll or as a collection of papers that eventually get of stitched together in different orders, right? Which is Nathan what you've been working on thinking about Jeremiah in that particular kind of context rate was the difference. When texts form is transformed. A lot of people have thought about the transformation from manuscript to print and what does it mean to be able to, to produce books at a certain kind of scale, one of the arguments about the digital age to is that is kind of equivalent to the invention of the printing press people? You see this kind of disgust in Papua discourse in some scholars have kind of interrogated this. Well, in terms of thinking about the nature of the new age of digital prints. All I'm saying is that like, there's this vision that people have I think of the way in which the transformation from one form to another affects the cultural modes of usage and of activity that surrounds the knowledge to me. That's the reason why bateria of knowledge matters because as the form changes the content may stay the same or change, the, the form material form as well as the layout and design and all of these different things has an impact in of itself. And what about quality? So I'm also interested in that that aspect because now we are witnessing also mass production. So what does it mean to have or what is the urge to gain knowledge? And how can we select let's say proper knowledge from fake knowledge to that gets into something we talked about earlier, which is fewer books may be read. But there's a lot more reading. You can question when appropriate to judge whether something is quote unquote, proper, but certainly the recognition that you can have a wider population. That's reading too far greater degree that happens with each technological great advancement, and there is the social impact like you brought up. There's also a personal impact notches on society, but on on individuals. Now, you know, a one one person's mind can suddenly expand and with the democratization of knowledge you've got great potential for each individual to grow to, to an extent, where curricula set by some sort of political or social structure, would not would not previously have permitted right? And maybe now. A good time just to jump in a with the question of censorship because you mash on democratization of the knowledge, right? But what about the censorship or certain editing that it's happening even nowadays in modern period. So what are the topics that we can talk about and write about? And what are the topics that are forbidden ways? Maybe it's just the question rather than an explanation, but could tie it to what you just said before, about what's a fake news. How do you respond when on a? From official point of view, or otherwise, have you respond the fake news. When sometimes it so preposterous that anyone, you'd think that anyone with any actual knowledge or common sense, would recognize something. But then, you know by making such a claim, I'm, I'm judging what is quote unquote commonsense. And anybody who does not recognize that does not prone to want to get into politics. But I mean, I grew up in the mid west, I was not shocked, for instance, at the election of the current president in anybody who grows up in the middle class, or working class neighborhood may not be jacked by such thing and actually may love this particular person, who's in the off in the Oval Office. Therefore, there can be a whole in verse response as to what's fake news. And all these things that are thrown out there. And then the, the question, just sort of standing back is, well, if we have acknowledged, there is such a thing as fact. How do you propagate such a thing in the u? To sort of keep your head down and continue to write try and produce something that's worthwhile. Convening. Evian. I mean, I think the question of censorship is, is an interesting one because when we're talking about the, the materiality of knowledge, when you have a material form that can be censored, it has to be produced somewhere and that creates kind of a bottleneck so to speak that allows various groups of power, whether it's political power religious, power whatever tints hurt themselves and try to affect the texts that are being produced. When you look at the various isn't that you are engaging within your research. Do you think that there are there? Censorship, that's happening. Is that is that a factor in your own work and thinking about Philly modern library, or the bible, or evil manuscripts the archives, I would say it's censorship that there is sort of an active choice of what goes in what goes out and some people do destroy their own papers, or they try to get rid of things that make themselves. Look bad at some point I don't know if I call it. Censorship. But there is a process of curation Mike goes into fashioning, but archivists are also involved in determining what's gonna go in win. What won't be they're dealing with Portuguese Jews in Amsterdam? There is clearly selection of, of the volumes that they're buying, but also that's a community where there is censorship in the sense of mama, the this communal board. They govern every aspect of people's socio, religious lives related to the community. And that's where Spinoza for instance, that you comes out of this community. And before he ever published anything he's excommunicated in this, what was a brutal way nothing had been written. I think it'd been published, but it was a real concern in the community van and before and after in those decades, in seventeenth eighteenth, century, that they were basic parameters by which members of the community were expected to live. Yes. Of coupling Miriam body on a both spoken of. Navy's, call referred to Michael the freedom of conscience, which basically means the people could think one way. And live one way, sort of individually, but there were clear expectations as members of community otherwise. Yeah, I in the case of a hug Adat, we have actual, thanks that was censored. So we have a set in the words that censors would search for in the text of hug, Adine Putin liturgical points. And then they would the res them in order not to be offensive against the church, and sometimes they would even sign the manuscript particular manuscript o of or William just as a, a sign that day researched the manuscript for any offensive backs than, than they approve it for further use. So in this particular case, we are actually speaking about that show text that was censored after it was written. Application of like principle of selection, which you're talking about with respect to archives very different from Alexandra talking about the specter to her manuscript that she works on the case of biblical texts. We can construe, selection, and exclusion as, as censorship than the complex and long Diriye processes a lead to the formation of the canon, I guess would be similar to what you're talking about. Some things are included something's not included. Some of these processes also maybe in the history of the translation of the bible, certain translations or translation, actually is a battleground in some senses between various communities certain translations being excluded or are altered or edited in order to exclude particular interpretation. There's a long history of that in the biblical texts was interesting. Actually about the biblical texts and censorship is that if there wasn't attempt to censor the biblical texts. It clearly failed because the prophetic texts are clearly anti-monarchic, if the Israel and entered the monarchy had the ability to censor them. Well, they failed in doing that because those texts are what have survived the same thing if you look at the construction of the various biblical texts that are at amalgamation of various pre existing texts. Whether that's of the quote unquote, books, themselves or of the various authors, there seems to be among the, those who rejected the bible, and put it together that for to keep things as opposed to cut things out. Yeah. Although I mean we have the texts that we have. Right. We don't have the texts that were expunged, and there's cases you can read between the lines where certain other groups or concerns are being Britain out of existence in billable competitions. A particularly with respect to the restoration, from Babylonian exile. You have in the. Book of Jeremiah. And then as Hunga. Hunga imagined. Other groups of Judea NHS, who may have had a claim on the land of Judah that are systematically excluded. Like I said, we have the texts we have not the ones that maybe those other communities, essentially produced. And you know who knows what having so that actually makes it even more interesting? In a way, it does it is clear then. Okay, we don't know what doesn't exist anymore, but then how is it that what we do have that lead days may become that he did right does survive? And what does it say about? I guess the social context of the religion, if you call it religion is social contacts, the vats really, what matters more to people talking about matters, minimum matters more to people than the monarchy. Yeah. Well the the texts I just brought up texts. I think we're talking about most of them are formative periods are probably postman Arctic. The monarchy has a memory that can be used to support a particular groups claim on typical inhabit the land and to restore worship in particular ways. Blunt question that I have for Alexandra thinking about erase rich because I think that your work is so much more focused on a particular manuscript right than any of FARs in. We're thinking about the materiality of, of texts. Right. More thing about the history of the book, you know, what's, what's the difference between looking at a single object and thinking kind of the bigger scale, whether that's about a particular library or particular archive or a whole set of texts that get combined into one in what was what do we learn differently from looking at the history of the book in the history of materiality of text in these different ways. I would not say that we can observe it in a different way because as I said, the hugged, I'd south belong, still bro. Their context of illuminated manuscripts of middle ages, or two particular tax that Detroit's a during the s over. So I would say that actually just by. Researching one individual object. We can add to broader understanding of book production or in other cases dissemination of particular knowledge or song or a district styles. So I would not say or define it, as something very different in the process of the research. But what is interesting? Is that the process of research or meaning of the manuscript changes, as I mentioned that the beginning, the Haggadah despotic Euler object, that it's now a hell that the national museum of Bosnian Herzegovina belong to an individual and individuals sold this manuscript? And by selling this manuscript were in other way around the by acquiring this manuscript for the national museum, it's purpose changed. So it's changed from very particular object used for Passover for a ride. Of Fessel over to a knob jet that it's now artifact that can be researched reproduced. The as affects mill or some other. You can essentially write a biography of this text over time, and just as your. It's individual. Right. But often what drives a biography is maybe the insight that, that individual gives on exact clan. All these little instances are actually adding to the history of this manuscript. And when as a researcher when I'm researching, I'm not observing only images and what day are mirror to me as a researcher. But also, they are reflecting many other very complex layers. And again, it really depends how we observe it and from which angle we are observing, this particular manuscript. So I could tell a lot of orbin legends connected to this manuscript, or I can talk only about art historical value or about its purpose over the Gulf of the centuries for about the history of its preservation during three wars that, unfortunately, happened in former Yugoslavia. So it really depends on how we observe this object. And what we want to see when we are observing. The ability to relate something specific potentially narrow weak- single volume a single manuscript to a larger context they think is what typifies academic scholarship exactly in this particular Haga. The star hug a da belongs to a group of only fifteen other known Spanish Haga dots. So it's like in very small in a very larger scale of book production in the middle ages rights, relating zero adults other medieval, Spanish ago, though they eliminated Nago and then knowing the larger context of medieval Hebrew, manuscripts production, and then manager production in Europe billion being able to relate that I think, is what is important in one of the things that I've always find interesting is. Micro history, you know, finding something really small in interesting, just like an interesting document in a couple of cases, I publish things where I've found two documents that relate to each other completely separate continental context of being having been written, but they relate to each other. And then the challenge is actually showing how they, they do relate. And maybe that's my thought about the history of the book, is that it's, it's good and fine as a way of looking at things, historically, as long as you're telling a larger story, ultimately history of the book is on filmography lays a foundation. But once you have the foundation, you then want to construct a, a house. I think what's so interesting about all these different projects as if by looking at a particular object, right? Or at a particular texts or or collection. We learn about a much wider range of issues, which I think, is the way we should. Thinking about Jewish history in about the study of history. In general, we need to have the bigger takeaway, you know, so, for instance, like Alexandra like some of the stuff that you've talked about in terms of the way that, that, that this one manuscript can be studied and it's physical, continental you've you focused on the, the art historical aspects of it. But you you've talked about sort of scientific studies of the of the actual pages and the food residue that has left. They're ready tells you about what people eight and whether or not the wind was cost share. But not that, that, that tells us really interesting things about how things develop David, you're talking about the you're talking about the library of community will that could look at that and say, well, it just tells you took out the books, but also tells you about the development of the Jews in Amsterdam over the course of time. And about the gentleman of knowledge there, you know, especially being the homeless Spinoza among many other people. Right. You know, that's a very important question to think about the same also with thinking about the bible in the books of the bible, which we don't think about them as books, but we think about something else that, that tells us potentially a lot about the nature of life in ancient Israel, and something I try to do with my work and archives to the whole idea being that we learn about the developments of, of Jewish life in modern times by thinking about how and why Jews gritted archives that that's kind of what's interesting about all these topics about the history of knowledge is they tell us so much more. We are all an agreement. We'll know. I mean, I guess like one. Thing to think about here is that when we talk about the history of the book and the history of the Jewish book, in particular MS always kind of trap of kind of triumphalist history of the successful transmission of knowledge, you look at this area, Manca Di this idea that a single book has survived over the course of time through so many wars. And, you know, just sitting on somebody's shelf than they could've easily destroyed it, and in the end, it makes its way to museum. And now it's, you know, you produce the specs addition, you can tell that story in terms of like you said, the kind of like a triumphal look with this one single bus gone through, and how it has survived. I think this is perhaps, the attraction of this idea of the history of the Jewish book, to a lot of people because it personifies the history of the Jews, at least the way that it's, it's especially popularly understood. But I think a lot of scholars understand it in the same way as well. It has dismissed the coil value to try also I, I guess, one of the questions here is that especially as we think about the history of the materiality of knowledge in the history of the Jewish. Book, do we think this is a problem to be talking about the history of the Jewish book in triumphalist way? In what do we think is the appropriate way to look at these types of subjects from a scholarly perspective, and how to engage with it in terms of the way in which the public thinks about the history of the Jews in the history of the book, people have the books, so to speak? I think that the have the triumphal attitude is problematic. It would get. I mean, we're talking about scholarship gets in the way, we'll cloud your vision and ability to be critical. But I also think that anybody who feels the necessity to look at something, you know, from a triumphant bangel can actually just look at Jewish history in itself, and find all the they need to have that sense of pride. If necessary Jewish book, history is more than just a microcosm for the much larger field of history of the book. There were fascinating nuances to, to Jewish printing. Hebrew printing places, people the way things are constructed the, the multiplicity of text on a single page. And what happens to this sort of the formation of, of -nology units from that things that, that. Are not fully recognized in the larger field of history, the book possibly because of the language factor and also almost definitely because there's been a long standing. Demarcation where Jewish studies is not quite yet, fully integrated into any other particular field, even though I think that's changing and we'll probably or hallways. Hopefully continue to change. So the triumphant nature in the sensiti, or that inclination not only is detrimental scholarship but is actually unnecessary for anybody who feels a need because is already inherent. If you must think in terms of liquid Jews accomplished, so to speak. Do you have a different? I'm curious. You're, you're the one who raised the question, do you sense the differently or well? I think that it can become problematic. I don't think it's necessarily problem. Anything about this, 'cause this has gone on the record right? Of. I think the problem is when it becomes a centralized. It is one thing to say, look at the history of this particular book, or look at the history of this particular collection in how it has survived over the course of the centuries, or as the case with a whole bunch of books about that have been published recently about looted books on the holocaust, there's this kind of like, a, a master narrative of the survival of the books as being a parallel to the survival of those, who, who survived the holocaust, the books are also victims. So I think it's one thing to say that look how this story of, of this the this thing or that thing this micro history reflects on the, the larger character, fishery, but it's another thing to say that, that is all of Jewish history that all of Jewish history is a story of survival and write this persecution Ariza, but we left that or should have left the ninety years ago. So barons are, are great theory, but, but maybe in the popular culture, we haven't. Although maybe we've. Oh, have it and the Scott. Right. I mean, but the question is, does the history of the Jewish book contribute to that narrative of persecution, perseverance entrance mission over the course of time in the face of all of that? I think the transmission over time is you don't have to have a judgment that doesn't have to be emotion related connected to that. And that's one thing you were referring to before you know, the transmission of texts. Yeah, I think that having the we focus on different areas. Scholarship, though. I hadn't thought about what you just brought up, which was like, you know, the joke in the books as surviving other perfect survival. What that represents because it does relate directly into the persecution narrative, but also how you form that time? Right. I mean, we know that the Saturday will hug at that survived, and they were particular individuals were taking care of the Sarah hug, Adine will save it during the darkest times, but afterward after all these worse, who were the people who create these stories than what are they used for manipulation. Or are they used for creating certain feeling door? Taga dour is tiger that used as a symbol of tolerance. Or can we dimiss defy the story of the survival of the Sarah Huckabee does? So again it. Adds multiple complex layers of different interpretations within the same manuscript depending on how you observe with our will. Thank you, guys, so much. This is really fun to just chat and have a conversation about all these things. What brings our worked together, and why why we think it matters anyway. And thanks to you for making it to the end of the episode. If you enjoyed it, you can find our whole archive of over thirty episodes online at Jewish history dot FM, and you can find Jewish history matters. Basically wherever you find your podcasts as I mentioned will be on hiatus until September when we'll be back with the next season. So until next time I'm Jason Lustick. And thanks for listening to Jewish history matters.
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So look that Stan announcement. I'll be staying a couple of lex today in Saint Saint Louis. So the other thing that I would like to announce But before I make dinner now it has been terrible. I knew they said with the chance of thunderstorms. I don't know if a well because I've been sleeping great game as I say a diva diva wrestler. Another wrestler have helping them win the title and that was a great team. I got my win. The tight on You're right me to celebrate with our thought that will up. That was really. I will really good team and One of the best. I had an end. I forgot to tell you about another dream where I was a security guards. Why like I'm an entertainer. I'm a wannabe comedian and entertainer. But I'm not security. Why am I not secured God but the best part of three minutes for once from what I didn't I finally because that'd be having some reoccurring dreams that I'm always dying about to die or right there when I died or something like that and I always make up when I do? I didn't go all the way fully or if I did. I see a glimpse and then I wake up and it's like never ending Israeli. Never only these two particular genes thank God. The security want then when I helped tonight with today's team when I held a princess all that was a good feeling. That was a great feeling out. The princess have won the match. What they see what the baby faith. Though I know help he'll drink. I I told you I'M A I'M A. I'm a pro anti. He'll on this show. I don't like healed. I don't like heels. Say What you want. I don't support healed on big deals on. Never have never whale. Don't ask so anyway now. Something that buzzed me by the way this whole The whole experience on big deals on. Ticky with me on this extravaganza meaning I will be doing other a the adoring podcast interviews at pot fast. I will be doing tours when I'd be doing a gone to different things at Saint Louis. We have pictures on my facebook. So don't miss all the fun. Go to go to my website and become a citizen on facebook. Become a friend on facebook in an also settled. A big deal. Don't on twitter. It's all right here on my campsite and also used to go to camp site that Bile Slash Bakti country campsite dot buyouts last fifty country and another thing that have been bugging me for years about my whole life so you know every time they have the closing bell of the stock market. They may have the celebrity. Whether it's the opening bell on the closing bell or actually ringing the opening and closing bell and They never are loud. Boom this the same thing with the state of the Union jet. I haven't heard no president out of all the president that heard the state of the union draft. They never out the fate of state of the Union we can. Here's how we can fix it. Another thing is now playing. What the interrupt me. Wow but yeah Never heard of other thing in the state of the Union Democrat or Republican. But they never say. The state of the Union is weak. But here's here's how we could fix. Hit some solutions and now another thing is bugged me from all the time that I lived in his Earth. Are they robots the investors or whoever on the stock exchange floor in the newest Are they wrote back because we had been losing stop? Moore's law many point one day twelve year. Old Twelve thousand twenty points. Today is three hundred points. Don't like that the whole weekend. There always clapping always clapping. What was that the hell are? They always clapping. I mean they're not allowed to like it's the supporting of their or wrestling event. Or whatever why are they always pulling clapping IDA ROBOTS? Are this their policy. You're not allowed to boo boo. You're fired you can't be on the floor. Are they. Not Not even the celebrity that ring the bell. They had to keep a front and Klatt it when I was a terrible week. But this whole corona virus thing that's Brandon Ali fears around the country but even in an around the Caribbean. Oh My cadman. And you're telling us to be real you tell not deliver reality. Hell people in the stock market is not allowed to live reality. You tell people like me that and want to believe in themselves. How do you tell me to live in a rally? The meaning I'm going on. I'm poor well. I am going to get married one day. I am going to be rich if you want your reality and I live in fantasy land that I am now Tatton Mara fantasy land. I am the mayor a fantasy land in. Let me have my truth. Let me have. My drink aren't going to be married. Go to be rid. I'm going to be able to do things. Depression of Lewellen of losing my my only one year we'll anthem day. It will stop told me to live in reality. I don't want it I don't need it. It's absolute yeah. I said that piece. The led absolute crap. I'm dreaming big and enough. You could do the same thing you could think Bay till I whatever. That team is too big to you. Tell them that if you if they if people tell you that you live in fantasy land telling that you're the man the governor to the President. Whatever if we have to put the freedom of speech in this country but I don't even know if we do a Ni- but David supposed to stay where we feel so it is just amazing. It is really decimated how crappy could be now. I had to do the XFL. I don't know because I've been You know not been doing well off and on but some of these days I will be able to do it but unified thought after the fact the gains are done. I still do it and I lost Internet for time today. And so I guess that's why I had that great dream about the princess in helping her when the The wwe diva Tampa. Or maybe I e W Tammy we'll never see speaking. Wwe will never see the vault camping chip as long as Brock less than half that whenever seed about never thought about the phone on TV. I mean it's just disgraceful. Especially what they did to all to pray why the biggest thing around in. Wwe today with a riot scene and fire funhouse summer merged and everything like that and yet they gave the title to Bill Goldberg. Not Now I read third eye prediction. Even though one-star the me knew that that was going to win. But another side of me knew that Goldberg might win and yet Gobert dealing with a lot of backlash and even some fans cancelling debt Wwe subscriptions because of it. I mean it really truly fans by the to do that to cancel ascriptin over that match and it only wanted to get the title match up to someone new. Naomi even had the Kantha in when the title I had to go over the petition of over what I predicted when I do that show. I'm trying to do that with the same time I do. The xfl but awhile unbelievably wow. It's ridiculous so but I just WanNa give my thoughts before I give my. This is still going to be part of random call before I get my rebel dawn. How I did on superstar now with a controversial ending and Yet Don t that has the term and maybe might be John Undertaker. Who knows. I don't know at Wrestlemainia. But we gotta get through the Elimination Chamber. I probably could be Roman reigns versus Goldberg or should I say Roman remains the net but all all hell broke loose after super showdown when the Burgh won the title. All hell broke loose man who wanted to stay open up the ladder. Know what they're GONNA do. Because sometimes anchor switch everything. I don't know if it's GONNA Middle On me when I was opposed to but I'll get it fixed on kind of way but nonetheless doesn't Prince Dj. And I said my piece about. I'm going to stay s few days to think Louis and about Mike. Question of why the heck people are not allowed to do on the stock market when when the when lost a lot over the whole week over this virus day in my little mini thought before I go over what I predicted. During the super showdown event so a lot of things Amanda Talk. A lot of things are manda. Talk Twenty twenty year. A picky country may twenty twenty your year independent contractor or both Avon and Amarah plan and there's other ways to make money find more on campsite that bio slash fifty country. We The country we Take the country. Ceo Fest. Hey okay this prestigious while what a sendoff the pod fast so at the church You know the usual easily. Pray all that good stuff And now when I woke up and our fully Dan because I just saw thunder lightning. That's get oh out of me and I think that's get like that since Florida. When I went to Florida for the last podcast convention. I think it was a podcast movie. Yeah podcast moment and so yes so little. Lightning thunder unlike Let's go on but anyway. Congratulations to John Motley. Who knew that? Will John Moccoli. The one that will that will that will to defeat finally at almost six of five months of Chris. Jericho an aws. Not for the fan. Billy w whether for weather Var let's all just for him and Da da Da da all that crap. Well John Moccoli after a win like that. He said eight W. E. N. for US Eight. W is the one for us and I like that. I really like that see. This is why this show is Anti Hill probaby and John. Markley proof point. Wwe need to learn from that. I mean last year you had all. That's all year until saffron one in Wrestlemainia then you had the nerve to bring him back for the money in the paint. And he champion evidence money in the bank he hauled today of title the title and then turn around. You GotTa do another Wrestlemainia. Are you serious? Should've went back. To may should have went back. There may or long. I don't WanNa see less. Yeah draw whatever. He's a draw but the team. It's better to him. The fien the Mar- better draw than Brock Luster. Okay I mean good night and then on top of that he. He'll we have too many. He'll who are champions now and boy. They may grow Burger healed that night that he went on auto show. Now who would have thought that brave viit would've lost the title of the Bloomberg and all Hell is breaking loose in the wwe bagels man something believers candidates could subscription over it. Then we get time for Bryant to spahn which Dan on twitter to respond to. Hey you know I wanna Face Sina every mania year. He's going to faith enough for the title. Don't ask me no no no. It's not a title match and yeah so wow so. Ww trying to play damage control. When Awa finally right and get the heck rid of Chris Jericho I mean. Oh my cat not for the fan not for that. Not For that people might like A little bit of Bobby. Yes sure but I mean don't tell Santa's not off. Aws Now for for the Fan. Get OUT OF HERE. Get Out of here with that. Aws wwe new Japan wrestlers whatever kind of organization that you like and for the Fan. Hell it would have been organization vesanoid days without the fan one to pay the tickets to see the show or the one day going shows in the first place and willing to be a wrestling organization without the fan. And what thank Chris. Jericho for God. That's wanting detail for guy. They got a megyn. They might the film and broke the head on our last match. They got they got stolen. The I'm glad I'm glad down monthly taught them into Chris Jericho. Utah some Gerry Cole. The audible him. Aws Hill Awa thought about him and him Nana on Not on Good Mana Nana Nana by Awa Revolution. Remembering that today a history changed the world for aws at John. Moccoli won the eight W. A. Took it away from the conceded. One Chris Jericho but anyway. I mean it's rain happen tens. I mean I was hoping I missing when I went to sleep up wrong. Wrong wrong wrong. But wow we don't need anymore rain all doing it a snow or rain and we don't need anymore rain we don't need it it would be dumped upon again anyway. I don't know where this is going to go up and I'm pretty sure That we're going to be forced to this on the wrong side but nonetheless Dj onto another topic before this pre pod for fast and I had to travel on this stuff. Y'All I hope I don't have to travel I that Early Morning I gotta travel all day all night help L. Anyway I get to my hotel to dink on midnight. We've after that one am The Sanity Anyway. Anyhow also I will be doing a A trouble venture on that day a Wednesday and so right now I still gotta do the. Xfl How. I did not how I did but I still gotta talk about their so fell off the before and I guess off and on you know when I get depressed auto out of Out of you know out of the clear blue. I can't do anything. So what's Dr Amounted Still Tom? Out All right. So the J. Twenty Twenty Year Fifty Country Make Twenty twenty your year independent partner for Avon representative from replant and more ways to make money than you can say well the time to take some day but anyway you get the Pitch Campsite BIOS. Last fifty country campsite that biles our country and they were one. Anyway we are big country. We D- country caught in a thunderstorm. Doing that okay. This is Chris. Tj AND AMAZING TURN OF DEVELOPMENTS. Jet Happened here and all this preparation for podcasts. Anomoly from you know the organizers but for people who are going to come in from drought the contrary impossibly allow. I'm not stupid. Grown virus is going on all over the place N. While we were having a three hour storm the other day. Wow no allow having but I guess somewhere I with a church or in the midst of Glenna Church Come back to the second balanced and I didn't know until today to eight two days before I go to Louis hanging on a plane to go to water as Florida had declared a public health emergency because did stupid corona virus because two people within separate county one who didn't even go to to China or Italy. Whatever the places that had the krona virus spread on the other parts of the Globe and one went to Italy or had Trouble of history to Italy. I've like Oh my God you're gonNa tell me you're going to do with all this and then Disclosure I had a free ticket just to go to the van and I wanted to go because I could have more interview for the program. I'm still I'm still going to have monthly whatever like that but you know what if I am? I go to heaven where I belong. I don't even along in his in his world but nonetheless. I'm still going because you don't go to days when when everything is all set up getting ready to be you know going down this later this weekend and now the president is going to make it the FEMA eligible to help fight krona virus. I mean this is really really ridiculous. Probably ridiculous I mean if you talk about a criminal doing all over the place now. I'm sorry you're not news. You're not new at all. I mean this is absolutely insane but I'm still going. I mean I've already paid for the bus. I've already prepaid for the hotel pre paid for. You might have to make a food stop sooner or later for the second tower but I mean this is ridiculous. I mean you don't wait until four days before a person or a lot of people get ready to converge in Florida. They're coming in for other stays and you don't do you get that that the real three or four days for people come to process it is some people. You know let. Today he got some people might be leaving them all and me and other people probably Wednesday so people definitely not because maybe they have more money than me. We we call this list. I mean God I have airport transferred already Ya Ya Ya Ya thumb they. I would like today because I didn't find out about the fraud having a state of emergency about the stupid crony virus until today I was trying to give us from the three hours thunderstorms from the early wee hours of the morning. Actually re ticketless. You could have done that months ago. You could have done that month ago. People come into the biggest event and at worry Marriott Worlds Role Hotel and people staying at a hotel around the area. That's like I'm seeing a motel six but a lead line on for you when that is absolutely poor decision-making leave it hours before people coming in for a convention what would happen. He got people. More people come into the amusement park lights disneyworld or or or universal city but like the next day like matter of fact what a family for leaving the day to go to the park or people come in today. Lau maybe people might left on a cruise yesterday but people give combat from cruise next week and then he does now hearing about this crap. This still pre this is still pre pot. I'm still going I'm still going. I'm still going. I'm still going if I seeing Evan. Wow talk about a roller coaster of events. So Accu may now. I've always wanted to dream about teaching on stage at invention and I wish they would do a podcast Todd Cath move. I can't talk right. Podcast movement podcast. But well I know that I was trying to not go to either one of them but I was blessed enough to have a free ticket to a path. All I had to do is get the transportation over there with the dead in a hotel which I did and finally got it to where it's close by the area fifty minutes Ninety minutes away and So Yeah I've still going despite this stupid virus thing that's going around now. We're just a day away a day away before the longest part of the of the trip winters. The traveling now one day when I wouldn't want to my home which is crew back in October. I traveled ate. Cap'n hours eight hours a soul exhausted. I didn't I didn't record one of the hotel that I was staying in but I'll have plenty of my time to record at motel six four. I'm GONNA be going to in Orlando final recorded the first time that That adolf is still bro. And I think there was a delay in the middle of then I still able to make the fright in was brutal as like. Where's the William? Tell over. Generally you need it but anyway so I forgave him like well? They're going to save bigger so they wanted to see. So I could do more interviews than here. The pizza that I wanNA talk that I wanna hear and then you know go to parties that have a little fun and you know. Have some more interview for the show. You know I'm a podcast. I'm an entertainer I'm trying to be cruising meat in say so far is all condemned to this today later on this afternoon. I checked in for my flight because I check in twenty four hours and the flight is not until at the floor. So may I don't know how it's GonNa look on a Greyhound bus or when it gets to South West? Nobody is covering bus travel with this whole corona virus. Stay maybe I will. I mean I don't know if the bus is still going to be fooled or not. I hope to God not because even though I had my mantha still going to be a problem. You know what this going around here. I WanNa make the event so also I can make my plan birthday events part on so it all comes down to this. The next day will begin fest the sequel as right last year we had podcast one this year process the sequel here on the biggies who we're going to interview. Who's going to be a guess on big deeds on the big D? Dong who's going to be the brand new citizen Embiid de Conti. The excitement is building. I mean I had to go to endless month of bone up before I decide. I think you know what I get a free ticket. I WANNA go. I had to pay for the food. The hotel in Tampa tation anyway. Just GonNa go meet people all that stuff and You know go to new some new bunch of classes that someone until nonetheless justice for the next time I go to conference. What our podcast. A podcast podcast movement. I would like to stay at the hotel at the hotel justice lobbed at least before God called Me Home Anyway Oh I got to leave the house about six fifteen anytime between sixteen six thirty to get to the bus station. The buses leaving us up at twenty five and off final. Preparations are being done now practically tag but I just had to watch close and get some Mr Close. Just in case and You know I'm just basically finishes just waiting for the boring parts to be with Don just frustrating for the eight hour nece so does part of the program. Anti Pre You know pre events are now over going to be the third and then I gotta go through one more night. `Aboitim in the morning it's go time. It's Khotan has still probably going to be dog when I get up. Outta here looking forward to that part and then they're going to be Dogwood i-i-into down so go figure Sega NYC. I'll pray from the y'all Pray for the people that will be traveling with me to Orlando and back to Saint Louis. Even on the connecting flight at believe. I don't have the first plane. I'm not sure yet. I think I do but I know I don't know so now crunch time. It is countdown time by the way I had not done. The how I did with the The the showdown yet a super shell. Now I will do that in Orlando and I have not done the week for week. Three or four are also do that in Orlando as well by then. Hopefully I'll have a much better wi fi connection at the motel six. Arca probably even do it at the the host Marriott. Either way I win. So they're all you don't have to worry. GonNa be ton. The content is going to be radio. Contact that's GONNA be video. Content can be pitches on my facebook page hopefully may be on twitter a not sure yet but definitely on my facebook page the definitely going to become in under content. Thou professors definitely going to be a gift. It's definitely GonNa be a God given gift to park. After so got more rested in the deal cleaned aligning tonight. I need you. I need to clean the Laden so anyway Prince. Dj this part of the series. If now learn and the next time you'll hear from me if I don't do the super showdown from Result from here are the xfl results. From here. I will do in Orlando in Orlando Florida. Maybe once I get settled hotel anything like that. Maybe I'll do it then but nonetheless if I don't do it here in Missouri I'll do it in Florida. But the start of the program we'll begin at the Greyhound bus facility here. In Springfield Missouri or Missouri has been a roller coaster fund. The twenty eight to the second until today like D I said. Are you ready? Well you better get ready. Damn I had to do it. I had to but anyway this day. Twenty Twenty Country. Make Twenty twenty. Your Yeah Independent representative of Avon Independent representative of a plan process. More way for you the make a change in your income in twenty twenty league are Kante Hey.
Episode #1500: The New Phil Hendrie Show
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Download pluto tv av for free on all of your favorite devices today lewisville henry at his august the twenty ninth of two thousand nineteen. We go back a year for today's encore show and this will be the the last week where we feature two encore shows <hes> from here on out until further notice we will only have one encore show per week as we go back to our get closer to returning to you're five original podcast wake but while we're on the subject because some of this stuff is just it. You can't ignore it. It's too good to ignore. We go back. One year here on the world. Famous is filling ratio to august twenty ninth of two thousand eighteen. Bobby and steve duly are driving back from butler lake and they discuss facebook fallout from bobby claiming to have have quote a high rear end. That's what it says here. Speaking of rear end wait till you hear what the zombies doing to each other in fear the walking. Excuse me fear. The relaxing did the latest from chris norton. Let's check it out. Shall we buy me. What choice have we got here. They are from august twenty ninth of twenty eighteen one year ago go bobby and steve duly chris norton and fear the relaxing dead in the higher end. The action packed show today. We have <hes> bobby duly as she can steve as i understand it goes are coming back from they're coming back from butler lake <hes> and then we have chris norton right got a new movie. Norton has produced if i may have gone norton is producing a brand new movie of so you know what i don't even know if this cat chris norton is a real adult filmmaker. What do you mean what i mean is. If you see me these movies what what it feel what it is he gets together with friends of his they have cameras. They have girlfriends and they they make pornographic films now whether these are mainstream whether they distributed in the in the big point houses that were they distribute the porn. You know who watches porn movie theme. Don't don't answer that question. If you give me a look like general well general what form i don't watch porn. Thank you very much. I very heavily buried doesn't mean anything you can still watch porn. If you want to do that is true. What do you know about enlargement. I know more about it than i want to know about all right. I try to keep my ears plugged. You know this song. I've never been to me and and i've seen some things a woman shouldn't see your margaret great. Yes i'm market gray. You've seen some things. Don't you left you. We have to assume the only can assume don't say it but i'll say it that we have to. We have to look at that. He's choking up yeah. See all of you clowns. I can see all of you. Monkeys are getting ready to drop a load. You're you're so frightened obama. Have you ever performed an adult film. Thank god. He didn't say that because he'd be at he'd be a dead man walking right now but i said it have you. Oh my god. You're kidding great. I'm not answering the question and by not answering the question. I suppose that sets me up now. Says you up to be indicted as having having been the poor. Have you been in the porn industry of not yes or no i won't. I never answer questions like that margaret. If you don't wanna talk about it then why bring it up. I didn't bring it up. Well i guess i did. I can't think back that for you anyway chris norton. That's my concern chris norton i yes. I know a little bit about it. It's not mainstream. <hes> that sounds like a fighter jet. It's not a fighter jet. We're we're we're near an air base here for christ's sake point magoo report. What is it called. It's called port. It's called porn porn. Mma gould talking about porn. It's point mugu u. S. is point mugu. See all right expert in navy native pointing the point mugu for christ. He's not a crutch point. Mugu down down the coast from his so no question that might have been agenda to point mugu. Why are we talking about that. Because in the middle of what i was saying i can hear this. I heard afterburners right and when i hear afterburners i get scared because as you know my father was in the military the way it wasn't you're right. He wasn't that was was bobby's. The point that i'm making here is the chris. Norton is not a mainstream porn film adult film filthy dirty foul rank. Whatever you wanna call him dirt. He doesn't make those kinds of movies. No he does not he gets together with his friends and pretends like he's some kind of a big deal. Yeah so what well that's what i'm saying so when you ask are any of these legitimate films as far as i know crystal has his job there at pharmaceutical sued ical redondo beach pharmaceutical dot gov year so he's still doing phone sales for the pharmaceutical and all our you know he's still going out with the girls and that'll probably he never end okay so this is this is the world famous phil hendrie shoganate the chris we got <hes> bobbie dooley and steve dulan coming up next they're back from butner or they're on their way back from butner listener and bobby took a lot of incoming for her comment that she has a very high rear end. We're gonna hear about the hate mail and the fact that she commented on twitter well. She commented it on twitter that she defended herself well. She's talking about how she defended. Her defended her ass like damn year here very pro myself and kind of defended the ass. Yes you know yeah yeah okay. What are what are you. You're looking at things phil if they're supposed to make sense this. Is your show this mess. This thing is you and you gotta fill. What you see is. What is looking back at you. A forester henry can't make fun of it. It is what it is. I'm i'm not making fun of anything. It's you're right. It's weird henry think about this for just bear. Yeah go ahead. I'm like being called henry. Just for a moment you you come in here every day. You basically talk to yourself yeah. <hes> okay so you admit it you do admit what's do admit of course they do all right now. Most people would think that that's pretty looney tunes however you pull it off. You seem to be doing okay financially. How're you doing none of your business. That means bad and not necessarily none of your business all right. Let's just say that you're doing okay. You look healthier. Actually how about you wait now. Let's get get to the point okay. The point is this you come in here and you pull off a show where you're talking to yourself in different voices people think they're real and then when they sit back and realize what it is they're listening to then they get a little creeped out and then they go and they talk to friends of theirs. Yeah it because circular thing you know yup. I'm just telling you man. You're you're infecting more than you know so coming up next it's bobby and steve duly. Blow it off phil. That's what i'm gonna do. Body audience steve deleted talking about how the hell bobby defended her ass on twitter. Whatever world-famous fill in radio william russell's dance studios are open now. We are excited. We we promised you this three years ago and it has arrived serving the entire wombat valley. We'll teach you the russell will teach the billy goat will teach the great new dances is such as catch me if you can and slidell all of these dances and more at the william russell don't schools william russell. 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We got some news that you defended yourself where we're very confused about the information. I don't blame you. <hes> it was it was very juvenile the way it was put and do you told me to. I told you to tell everyone that i did a great job responding to people on facebook who attacked attack me for saying i had the high rear end. Yeah that's what i did. I don't know what what did he say but comment see. We bought some facebook ads. Bobby stands up for herself and but put in bobby stands up for her high ass and then had the picture of of me standing there. I don't know yes standing there there darling. It's not gonna do any good. I am standing there in silhouette so i've got the button well to tell the truth but you shut your hole stink got my wife put on put on some of these panties like girdle that lifted her ask. They got problems there. I don't have any problems they got the problem. We'll fill you. It sounds i'd like to detect or something sarah kim yeah. That's what it sounded like trying to get them back here. Bullied bully steve duly <hes> w and steve boop booby. It's booby and bup bup is doing lobbying. Steve coming back from butler lake here and we've got all kinds of trouble. I don't on what's going on there. Are you there. You're not there get a phone you guys. They're not well. I heard some kind of a horrific scream. What was that uh. I tell you what it was. I made some time and be made a comment that he had this is making it had to do. Are you wearing some kind of a girdle or something. Lifts your rear end. Is that it oh my god. They tried to pull the phone out the window. Is she there now. No she threw yes. She's here but again and he doesn't wanna talk. Talk to me. You don't wanna talk you. What happens steve. What happened was they. The ad was put in a in a paper that bud dickman put used a picture a silhouette picture of her with her rear end sticking up in the air and that's fine and and the ad said i you know bobby dooley's released defends her as it was supposed to say that was supposed to say bobby doing defend high rear end. What can you if i ask at this particular juncture. What people are talking about general no oh you've been going on here. General here is what is bobby was on the show last week. I remember talking about her rear end right now. It's talking about her higher-end right. Yeah i remember that <hes> apparently a lot of people were given a crap about it on facebook and twitter so she took out a facebook ad saying that bobby duly successfully defends her high rear end and bud put the word ass instead and and had the silhouette shot that she approved yeah she approved the silhouette shot herself from the side that showed the butter the uh-huh but up in the year now that's all well and good until just now you gotta talk about sports so it was an orthopedic girdle it was it was an orthopedic lift curdle so she's calling me all kinds of names here. I've had to restrain her. Look at steve. I don't want anything going on in that car. Okay assault got the father. I never been so humiliated in my life that i wear an orthopedic ass lift not what they said. Thank you guys can't be fighting over the phone. Stop fighting over the phone. You're gonna get into an accident right there. You said the word right there. You talk about mister dooley like honey p. Put on girdle here you honey. She put on a girdle. It was an orthopedic gas lift orthopedic nick what is this is. This for women who have fallen asked to go to the doctor. I'm gonna kick your on break it up. He's making a joke out of it. There's nothing to laugh at laughing. I said for any woman has an acid crashed talking about crash deaths again because if he is he was crappy off henry studio. No you don't no you. Don't you guys hit straight home. We're talking to just go ahead into a breakdown film. No i'm just letting people below what they're listening to listen to the world famous phil hendrie show and abomination bobby. Would you keep it just down to a roar while we get this out. This is the world famous amos filling ratio. We're talking to bobby and steve duly coming back from butner lake finally with you. Finally we had a great time. We spent the suburb you know and we bring in the sunshine which is more than i can say for a lot of us flat bobby darling and <music> every k. me to sing this guy and that's what we did steve. I believe i'll be on my way because you're jealous. Because you didn't sing in the sunshine will ever love you the cost of loves to here <music> price. You're asking i'm gonna sing in the sunshine everyday <music> kidding thing in the sunshine then you can blow it out your ad. Ah you get your jollies out okay you each morning what is going on with you. I don't know i'm very disappointed my husband in the film henry show the thing you want me to do you don't put him and by the way mr earley was wearing an orthopedic cash. Lift fuck me. It'd be honey. I'm gonna do i'm. I'm doing a phone used to go anyway. That was at the heart and the soul of it. Wow so there's obviously header pride i oh i don't blame them for being angry. I don't either to be honest with you. That's something that you don't know. Woman wants to be revealed but she said put in. Any copy weren't emphasize it affected. I told them i got high ass. What is this anyway. You know what are we. What is this anyway. I mean what kind of a jackass stupid ad is is that place and why did bobby even care bobby. You know why because you know she eats. Everyone knows he's got a high rear end and when she said it people were checking it until yeah facebook sand blasting at her so she defended by taking it out on facebook she took an ad out on facebook and she sent me to copy said here's a profile picture me. It's kinda silhouette and say this is about doing a high rear in and then you put high why is because of an orthopedic girl and that's the whole thing that's what went south it went south on that by okay and the greatest joy that i've had this entire year spending the summer here or there are we. Are we going on yet but we're still leaving the city kitty still leaving the to the village. We're still leaving the village of of butner. We're not even we've been in the car for thirty minutes. How big is butler village. It's quite extensive but i'm just going. I wanted to circle will be back to the phil hendrie show right after less. This is not but steve austin college. Football has officially arrived. There's big matchups this week to get this season underway one place has you covered to get you right in on all the action but online dot a._g. Sign up today for a free account and claim your fifty percent. Welcome welcome bonus starting thursday night. It's u._c._l._a. At cincinnati was cincinnati favored by three and a battle between state rivals. We have utah at b._y._u. With utah tall favored by five and then on saturday afternoon it's organ at auburn with auburn favored by three that should be a great game visit bet online dot a._g. 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Chris has started producing reducing or is now in the started producing or is now planning on producing a brand new adult film called fear the relaxing dead and chris joining joining us on a newsmaker line tonight from from redondo beach chris good evening. I agree a good evening missouri. What did you say good grief bing yeah getting talking good evening. I heard him say good evening. Chris a new movie <hes> called we get to the question go ahead. It's called for their lesson. Dad <hes> chris. Are you making mainstream this. Is this going to be shown in a theater district stupid video or what is it either professionally made. I heard what you were saying. I heard what you were saying. These are professionally made adult films that featured the top law topnotch top of the line adult film actors from bobby. I'm producing three-game. Reggae was one of the top adult film actors also todd top adult film producer and stuff like that stuff like that stuff. Deep is a g._a._a._p. You know tells you boy especially. Was you know his specialty in what when he was an actor yeah yeah i mean well. I mean you have to understand <hes> the lake <hes> lindsay slick bob me. You know what about your name chris. Norton tame is westwood. All oh yeah. I forgot forget second. We haven't heard the name rexrod rexrod recently. We haven't heard what we haven't heard. Your name. Recently associated these movies because i haven't been granny's movies okay. My stage name is restaurant. I approve of the name the chris gordon. Why don't you produce rexroad well. I mean i want people know who i got. Am i supposed to be on am. I supposed to be an anonymous not anonymous not as many and notice that the adult film world. I want people want your parents to now. Do you not necessarily my parents but i want people who have known me from the rusty pelicano who i am like steve steep legion david dooley and all you guys are bouncers and get a blister cocktail bliss around here. What does a cocktail blister told me misery. You're talking about chick. That's pushing cocktails yeah. I'm talking about a cocktail waitress well. It has some respect. Why don't you god damn have a cocktail blister. Henry's the one who told me all about yeah i did something i learned from my sister years ago all right. Let's talk about this. Film feared the relaxing dead dead. This is a comedy yeah. It's a little bit of a tongue in cheek but when we say a ton and shake that means there's going to be as excuse me as great great. What is the point. You gotta talk to us about the movie. I i'm sorry it was great but the movie being tongue in cheek. It features the guys that are going. You know they're going. They're tons termeer yeah. That's what we say is tongue-in-cheek and he do it. Just all yeah. I don't know why don't you clean it up a little bit well. How do you want me to say it all right so it features anal incas in it. Oh my god battery. I'm gonna i'm gonna be out in the hallway vomiting all over your new carpeting. I'm sorry but that's what he's talking about. Yeah yeah <hes> hurts don't it. Hey man. I don't want any violence. That was you know. We just heard duly car. If you don't mind i heard all that was pretty wicked fight so it's tongue in cheek. It's a comedy real. What is it fear the relaxing dead yeah feel relaxing dead and basically what it is is telling cheek and features school it features goals is lobby who are awakened from the you know they go staggering about but they also need to just chill and so after they stagger about the day they they go to apartment or condominium and hop in the sack and now we got to the hot hot ash and you know you telling me i gotta look at ghouls <music>. Samis man definitely talk about man. What do you think i'm talking about so you got zombies. Sticking their tongues of each other you see how he laughs and you encourage it chris. I didn't tell all i'm telling you about this or henry said he wanted to know about the latest movie on chancellor relaxing dead dead y'all sphere them all right so the zombies go out. I've got it does he's gone all day long stagger around around. Are they eating people yeah they are but we don't show that oh no you wouldn't let us show that instead you show zombies with tons of each other's amos's christ autocratic. God damn great here. You said i don't wanna i don't even wanna see my movie now. Yeah no kidding well. I hope not so you have this movie and then zombies staggering around and they are eating people but at the end of the day they go find a condominium for where we're talking about the film i shot the film in portland art which are really really lucky to get <hes> st wins condo is pretty. It's got a condo down there. We use condo and we shot a lot in the streets of poor vallarta and we had a great makeup artist which <hes> lizzie rudin and her crew came in and made up the goal of facts and so they're staggering around standing around or eating people and then what what happens is at the end of the day then they go and they go to like a condo or apartment. You know zombies apartments. Well no not what ah phil what i'm asking a logical question. I think you're asking a question. You don't have to talk good. You're gonna do i. I heard that sir let me let me say i'll be out yeah because in our in the concept of our film the ghouls are all yeah. You know i mean they're. They're reading and then but then yeah they they go to the cats. The one is not apartment. They you know they go inside strip and eat. It's what they eat. Ash is that it yeah so that's fear the relaxing dead. That's fair lesson debt. It's a film about zombies eating each other's asses. I mean i don't know man. If you're going to get one person was see that. Let me tell you something man we got. I told told you that lindsey route. We got <hes>. We got bunny shelf-life funny shelf life. What that's henry come on man. What's that supposed to mean. He's got an ass like a shelf so don't miss it folks wait. Wait wait wait and then we also and and plus we do we have and we all have can't the pool sitter. She's back for another round in a crystal in production. He's back any bullshitters back for another round of new orleans. Blows is production you know and also bought me. I mean what would what would a chris. Norton film be without bob meet. You wanna be sarcastic. Mr bob bob me in eh demand above me. Demand bob made. No one cares about well. Who did you hire bob me. No one cares about him but i think he's always gotta be star star all right so <hes> fear the relaxing dead folks and this is going to be available on d._v._d. And not in the theaters or anything oh man it's not gonna goal. So what are we gonna do with the pussycat theater and a bunch of dudes and overcoats going yeah. I don't think so man going straight to d._v._d. Just in time for halloween oh great so i'm gonna rent grant help you buy it yeah going by fear the relaxing dead and what zombies eat eat butthole. You know something that's all. I want to draw the line or i'm going to have to go and find a utensil in the garage. Something that cut sweet maybe and then heads roll there. You go <music> again this time the ball out man because he talks to people start talking about violence about our time to bow. Take out man tend to bow out chris good luck with your film fear. The relaxing did <hes>. It'll be available win again. We hope it's available in time for halloween. I'm sorry if the better you know. I think it's very sassy. It's gonna be very hot. You know it's gotta be hottest health. Forgive me. I don't see see how it's going to be hot. If you make affects like i gotta that fear the walking dead and these are zombies with the guts hanging out right yeah. It's it's authentic horror movie by best angle so zombies with their guts hanging out at each other's asses. What is the problem flip then. I don't know if anybody's gonna wanna rent that or by that. It is a comedy though right part of comedy but the scenes hot. I'll tell you what's hot about watching watching two cats phil relax someone gets. Ill compressed right away so worry about it. Okay a cold compress. What's hot about twos of these guts hanging out with their faces shoved at each team. It's very you take everything that is beautiful is really big ugly and i think that i that i resent is one of the reasons why i don't really like come on your show any more. 'cause you make bill ugly. We try to bring world. Oh yeah you're trying to break beauty this. We'll do the world man you got to his guts hanging out the heads bowed open open and they got their noses up. Each other's rear ends she. Hey you don't know until you try to. What is that supposed to mean. I mean when i met much. Don't get to see it. I will have nothing to do with this film. What's that cold compress. Don't need that but give it to barter. I'll take good luck with the film. Whatever whatever your name is this crystalline. I'm sorry yes chris. Good luck with the selm. I think it's a stiff right out of the gate. You're out of your mind. Thank you well one of the things. I probably by cell phone us. Norton's always bill. Thank you very much chris norton. Thank you bobby and steve duly and thank you all for hanging with us. We're back. She's our back. We're back with oliver glory here. Frisk norton's fear the relaxing dead famous fill every so from the alpha civic go in southern california executive bruce by phil hendrie reincorporated needed. All rights reserved on podcast one. Don't forget we're back here. We have our friday night. 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If i if i can give you pro tip. Don't do that just the tip. Just the tip. All you get this the tip just just a tipster just will not inquire shaft of my knowledge. That sounded really really bad. Hi everyone and welcome to the weekly. Boroughs rose podcast. I matthew from miscellaneous debris dot net with me as always is the will scarlet to my cough's you'll get that eventually. My brother from our only mothers are how you doing sir. What's up man. I love that reference for that was just off the top of the old noggin right. There will scarlet man. That's the best that old movie actually. Yeah i take back the wire spoon cousin. Because w it's a it's dole utilit- hurt mar a spoon cousin. Why not an axe. Because it's you twit. What he's running down the spire from the from the u. Be my quotas at seven thirty. You some forty five. Bring a friend yet. Bring a friend walks down the aisle. The hallway is rubbing the one statutory office. Go like rotten tomatoes. That movie is bombed. But i mean i don't think the reviews it very well but it was popular and i. I was a kid and traveling looking at it now. It's kind of like we okay. So i was little digging last night. What do you think the rotten tomatoes scores of top gun if you had to guess to give me a range within five po- within five with five points. I i will say once eighty four i. It's like the mid fifties seriously. Yeah isn't that unbelievable. Wow if you sit back in kinda give her a look. It's probably not the best out there. But god damn it's tom cruise fell in its career defining role for only fifty. Wow all right. Hey man. I didn't rotten. Tomatoes is a pretty harsh fucking climate. Though man i mean. I think i was looking at tom. It was tom cruise's top movies of all time top one but the rotten tomatoes scores fifty four percent. That's what i thought. I audio scored eighty three though. I would have to think that his lowest somebody. I'm ventura guests. At his lowest scoring. Was the movie legend. He didn't eighties. Which legend coincidentally has the coolest portrayal of satan. I've ever seen in my life this collider. Nope your morongo may you. You weren't there for off. So they're forty movies out here whole. The bottom is lying for lands which i never saw. I don't even know what it is. Two thousand seven robert redford flick. Oh number thirty nine legend off time at austin. You're then all set. Do you want to know where the mummy comes in. Oh shit out of forty. It's on the list. it is Thirty three You're thirty six six. Fuck you all you want anything to do. You want to read. I can be the little scripture says. The mummy is one of the biggest wastes of tom cruises. Talent in recent memory his nick morton character is wholly devoid of any engaging or unique character traits. Instead we get a blink sleep protagonist who simply reacts to plot points in moves the story forward if no grace or agency is. One of asians are murky. The audience is given no reason to root for him. And there's a romantic twist that comes out of nowhere and doesn't work at all. Morton is wholly devoid of the charisma complexity or darkness that makes cruises action hero. So compelling but it's kind of keeping with the blandness of the entire movie. The mummy wants to be funny and scary in adventurous. But only by going through the motions of comedies horror movies in adventure epochs without any original ideas of its own even when russell crowe enters the dr jekyll. What should be an exciting. New twists in a classic monster has instead been turning exposition machine but few unique characteristics. Promise was there in developing a new twist in the classic universal monster with the star power of tom cruise but unfortunately the mummy fall short in almost every capacity a complete disappointment. Wow just fucking. They gutted it man they just hung up upside down by its feet of twits belly disemboweled. The whole damn very subjective. Do you want to know this. This is kind of fun. Do you want to the next movie. And the tom cruise list of shitty movies so that was thirty six. Gimme a decade two thousands. I think that fucking that That that Gonna guest wrote the with the one with him and cameron diaz day and night. No it's actually surprisingly high really. Yeah mission impossible to thirty five. Oh okay all right. Yep kappa we're just gonna quickly on mentioned some someone's looks up from the bottom. We talked about lions for lambs. And legend taps never saw rock of ages the mummy mission impossible to oblivion cocktail. Jack reacher never go back. The st ever-popular sequel to jack reacher valkyrie. Days thunder the color. Money all the right moves tropic thunder. That's great movie. By the way. I move his portrayal that asshole fuck agent or areas. Yup priceless the firm. American-made never sought vanilla sky. Do luminol when you get to the top. 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Yeah wash no he was. The carter was a law. Shout or walleye. No they call them wash out because he's got while i envision he's raising a wall and vision. I thought i was. He was wal carry always shit. I don't remember. I'm trying to remember the actor dead meat thompson or thomson can just drop dead Slavery anymore whatever yelling at a painting. William o'leary was pete dead. Meat town at curie always was kent gregory but i thought he had hit a name wasn't he was a pilot. Yeah release quotes. Well how about you. How about you say about here. 'cause i laugh as well. No it's no so. It's just like a conversation between lieutenant. Commander block commander block block yankee doodle. Floppy disk this is foxtrot zulu milkshakes unit seven hundred feet because permission to land. And they'll washout says roger. Fox foxtrot zulu milkshakes. You're clear to land welcome. Mediterranean cra- can't gregory washout eight. You you bet it. Put me in. Charge a radar and i'll be is on the ground. It's a stupid movie so tom forty testing this. The whole the whole with the crabs crap book rapture totally there were no crabs crabs compares. Okay one of the palestinians. Right hearing mailman farnum kowalski kristy swanson. She's memory forty topper harley movies price the whole scheme of the commander in the other guy who tenant he's like. Nah i lost. My hat wasn't over though. Well we'll get another one kobe. Whoever johnson perma raft out there and float around commission put some food in the wrath. Jesus made to ask dude. We're we're we're twenty minutes in appeal was supposed to be talking about something else. I'm talking about everything longer supposed to talk l. All right all right becca topic. We have the disney man. Had the investor call. They announced like a metric. Fuck town of shit. I know so. I thought it was really funny. Because literally i opened up facebook or whatever fucking instagram or twitter. And i saw post and it was like. Oh my god. Making up every so-called asuka every time watching clone wars. You get engrained into your head. I know i know. They're making a spinoff. My sweet and i texted to you all i called. You heard about it the making some other stuff to you mike. You don't sound very excited. You let me know what the fuck. So then a bigger. After conversation and i kept on scrolling it just kept in choi me stuff and i'm like what about this. Oh what about this guy. They're making this. What the they have. This oh my god i mean. It was literally injured sporty of information. Yes one hundred and ten percent but not only that we're getting a fucking obi wan series it's confirmed and the most hated man next to jar jar. Hayden christianson is coming back to play darth walking vader. Who thought dawson when the series is this is supposed to take place between revenge this and a new hope right e no yes yes no it is it is yes so this real quickly the new store stuff coming out with the house might deem okay so be obviously the mandalorian asuka. The obi wan series the casino. I can i ask you in or series. Indoor ranges up the new republic which is going to be cool up acolyte. That one intrigues me. The most because it's it's done during you know the thousands and thousands of years before the current shouldn't three hundred years before the current story three hundred in the high republic. I think people wanted to see knights of the old republic. Which is what you're referring to. Yes that's what i'm acolyte and then landau. Those are all the live. action shows. Patty jenkins directing a new rogue squadron. Movie coming out in two thousand twenty three. I think that's what they say now. Is that going. That was wedge antilles in france correct. I don't know no. I think it's supposed to be about a pilot. Said they fly. Like snow speeders x wings. Yeah yeah like you know okay. And then they got intimate shows up the bad batch the odroid story and visions and i thought there was something else to maybe. I'm missing something. I don't i'm not really sure but all that live action stuff. I mean come on dude gonna kill it. And as long as an honestly i think they should put baloney in charge of all this shit with making the kevin feige the star wars universe. I mean him and what's his name. We're doing a pretty damn good job with the room. Yeah you know. I i i would. I would support that. In you know people were pissed about kathleen kennedy making the last three movies and screwing the approach. But i enjoyed them. So it's not like you don't me. I got a whole different graves. People that gripe about the movies so you know a no. I was thinking about renaming. The podcast likes grapes but a lot of work. I won't fucking do it right. There assigned to work from home class two weeks and i took a picture of my christmas tree in. Like there's much shit later on in my family in the room and i it on my group chat for work and skype in. Everyone's all my god at rick's house. What's that what's that. what's that. what's that answer questions. Do i take another picture. My next week we'll pay game of what's in rick's house. So it took a picture books my bookshelf front and put it on there. Like oh my god. Rick reads in my my friend. Goes dude w great podcast names rick's rick's reads on it would be a good podcast name would be good podcast and would be good but you have to read more than you do just after. Reread a bunch of books. I have ridden red really ready road though. I mean like what was it was it. Doggy style was a missionary logistically. I mean you know what to say like a lubricant or something. It's finished a book. I don't remember much fair enough. Moving is so star. Wars film is going to be sweet. I mean i'm really looking forward to it. I mean very pick two things. I really wanna see the arabic three. It's now to tv shows in the movie. The movie's row scattering asking me awesome. Tv shows are c- are asuka. And the obi wan one. I mean fuck it. I want to see him all. That's much bowl shell. You don't have to quantify. Is you for voices top timing. You're gonna get it. You're getting everything in spades. We got you know the lucasfilm reveals with the soka series. See that's what we were talking earlier at our last podcast. Make me about where mandalorian is going to finish off. Because does a soka take the throne character into her series or does she get you know the darth maul treatment where you know they. She gets a shift to to to take down. And where does that leave the mandalorian with his story. Because you know with the dark saber. That's the whole thing in clone wars or or is it rebels one of the two. I haven't gotten to that part yet but in a deals with the dark. Saber is more mandalorian stuff so i. I'm just intrigued as to where everything like. After next week we'll have a bigger. You know a clear path but it just intrigues me. You know the the the what is going to happen next. And that's that's the exciting part about the whole thing. Well it's the same thing. I was thinking that i wanna see more soka in the mandalorian. Now that we've got this big reveal like that maybe to be in the end of mandalorian. You know you know. And they said that. All these shows mandalorian asuka. Who's a third one to keep those another one. I don't know what it is. It's got to be ranges of the new republic. They're all going to kind of tie. Knew each other. So we're all the same same timeframe and they'll all deroga- crossover. I read that somewhere. I'm like that to me. That's awesome come on man. I'd you're not gonna get me man. I am excited schiffer these things. I figured i. I'm not gonna quantify better but i think the one that intrigues me. The most is the series only because he was one of the first people we saw in star wars. And so like to see. I want to see what they ruin. Tattooing was talking about in. Ob one's character. Or you gregor's obi wan was probably the best thing of the prequel movies one hundred. We'll darth maul. Yes but he was in africa siva. Yeah he was. He's like five scenes. Total in the whole movie really. Yeah he's handed. I was. I was reading brought last week and make. They did cut some scenes out of film but he was in more but he's willing healing like five different scenes for fifteen minutes. Maybe and longest seem be in the fight at the end. It's fucking. I can't wait until boy could be serious comes out because i think you're still going to how they're going to tie in dark vader with that. I'm not really sure. Because i mean the brain hain back. You're particular helmet off. All the time. Aria no i. I would hope so as so. Would it be like flashbacks of when he and obi wan were on their missions. Like a live action version of clone. Wars sweet. I mean i would be all for that. I they specifically said he's coming back. Start debater not as incan skywalker. So exactly what you want so wh but why even why would you even bring them back though. Because you don't need them. You're going to change the voice james jones. He's going to have a helmet. Dan just so he can just so he can stand up. Pulled it the cufflinks office. Rnc no you know what though. Good for hayden christianson man. I hope that he is able to redeem himself. So do i. I hope that he comes back. And i hope you fucking nails out of the park. I hope he fucking does such a good job but he makes all the fucking haters including myself. I benched prove me wrong. I don't think he has to redeem himself. I'm okay i. I'm you know as well as i do. Everyone thinks that his acting was stiffer. That a grizzlies debt. That's whenever it's a different different question. Just just as gifts and down at slippery hilma gustafsen couldn't get it up could you chuck didn't no one. No one can set. Djokovic is talking about hey do you think someone's still listening to thirty four thirty two minutes in probably not. I do better fact now. So anyways i don't know i don't know how they're gonna titan. I mean i would assume playing darth vader. I would like to see some flashbacks to i mean. So we'll see what happens. But i mean what i want to know is how how can he be in. The show. can't be seen with him. As kanobi was humorous. Kanobi inhaling chris failure in the show in the same scene because that would just tell you that he knows that kanobi tzaneen. He knows he knows. He's still alive and recommends the whole phrase in star. Wars are darth vader says. I haven't felt a field presence since since since that's all he says. Yeah he never says since when he says since says it again when he says the last time i felt this presence the last time i felt this was in the presence of my old master one. Yeah so i mean like it. He says when the time was twice. Yeah i guess so. See say that could have been you know six months before. Then you never know. Yeah but even graham says surely surely he must be dead by now in fater says. Don't underestimate the power of the force so it makes you feel like he doesn't always alive. I don't know it'll be figured out. This is me draping dog-eared out make it worse. I was going to be awesome anyway. So anyways lucasfilm fucking could be sweet now now onto kevin foggy in his supermassive load that he shot all over the marvel fans and we thank you for it. We're better off going to a guar. Cancer said it's gotten fi that's gross anyway. The list pulled up are d. Do you have it ready to go but close to find it again so can be so what you're saying is you had up and now it's down. This would be a great time for a sponsor of blue shoe but we. We don't have a sponsorship so chew so you saw the preview for the falcon the winter soldier we saw new preview for wind division. We saw a preview of loki. A preview of what if it was repeated for something else. I don't think so but then it was off all the movies. That's coming out or all the new tv shows and movies. Coming on the pipeline. I think the rest of them. Just got like animations and logos and stuff like the. There's hawkeye series coming out. There's a she. Hulk series. Coming out g hawks series actually going to star mark ruffalo. He's going to be a cameo in it. And i guess not star. He's going to be in it. I don't know how much but the one the one that i am looking forward to the most. What's is secret invasion. Oh yes that was finally goddamn this. Isn't this list is killing me. Because because because because because because because of the wonderful things he does. I happen to be on twitter while these announcements going on and i happen to see my future ex wife. Chloe bennet tweet. I just got a phone call super excited you guys. And then they dropped the secret invasion shit so i'm hoping that the greatest television female character quake is going to show up on secret disney. Oh i see not just the actor. The actress i'm sorry. You're speaking of the character's specifically agents of shield yes specifically speaking of quake chloe bennet daisy johnson sky as it were that had to address the whole colson thing. But i'm sure they can make a led comment which he is now so fucking and the The the did. I don't know but they announced captain marvel two so. I'm assuming that that is gonna have something to do with that movie or that. That show is supposed to have a miss marvel right. Yes yup and the lady. That is playing monica rambeau. Yeah so wanda vision. So that's they just said. They gave it a release date november. Twenty twenty two and just need the characters run it. That's all that's all there was but yeah that's can be sweet. We can talk about more about that later. I'm more interested in the stuff. It's coming out like soon. Yi the spirit out man we got well. Let me talk in the winter. Soldier comes out march one of his january. I'm backwards wanna vision. January falcon the winter soldier march. And then there's the the what if comes out in the middle of the summer i think are august and the is next fall. It's not low key is may what if it's in the summer always time he's mixed up. I don't know miss marvel's coming to disney and twenty twenty one so that's next year to the hawk series. Late twenty twenty one so moonlight. She hoc sea-basin. There's no timeline. I would assume twenty twenty two production next year. Get it out in twenty twenty two armor wars. Same thing got cheadle. That's an interesting. You gotta assume that sam rockwell brought back justin hammer right dude. He's the best part of remain to iron man to absolute auto percent. I love him. Yeah i can't believe they not aware to get him back into one of the movies. Oh in in a. I believe it was she hulk timothy ross abominations all that too which is awesome. It's just like dt. He and there's another early marvel villain that never like didn't die but just kind of like disappeared anyway. I'll remember eventually. Yeah i was like what the fuck happened to him. Like i mean the only. There's like a throwaway line and she'll where he's like you know. I'll have you guarding a blot. Blonde skis sell in alaska by the end of the day. No i wish they could bring justice back and they'd be a good spot from do if they could figure it out. I mean i don cheadle to come back to play. More machine did did house. A car is get canceled or something. He was on house of cards. He was on some other show l. million housing house of cards. It's the one that was on netflix. Us on some other show. Whatever doesn't matter there's also a guardians of the galaxy holiday special coming out and twenty twenty two that they were gonna film oscar be concurrently with three so that's going to be awesome. Yes and there was a baby group. Tv show coming. Is that animated short. So i would i would. I would assume so but out who knows All your heart which have nothing nothing about who builds the most advanced suit of armor anyone's since your man. Fungi says that both secret invasion and iron earnhardt will tied directly to mcu feature films. A secret invasion expect to see even more scrolls from captain marvel comic of the same name fouls the shape shifting scrolls who have infiltrated earth for years. This could be a chance to see some dead characters. Come back to life if scrolls are pretending to be them. Who had these sweet next to civil war. Secret invasion is arguably the biggest crossover comic event of the last twenty years five. He says this is correct moon. Naive dude antonio munoz. God moon knight. God you know. he's vigilante. Who suffers from this associative disassociate identity disorder blair according to the official ascriptin for marvel studios the identities who live inside him distinct characters who appear against the backdrop of egyptian iconography. I cannot comics comics. Iconography no i won't call in. The comics mark spector mercenary. Who gets resurrected by egyptian moon. God after being left for dead oscar. Isaac were reportedly star in this series. Which would be sweet picture. Combination of deadpool and batman. They were. Yeah so they were saying debbie yeah. They said moonlight is a describe as an action adventure. Indiana jones type story. That's so cool. So we know hilly steinfeld in the new hawkeye show. That news surprises. No one keep bishop. Yup it's kind of like those photos out like last week. Yeah go look at that was like when mark ruffalo went on fucking tonight show like everybody dies like preface. What are you doing bro. That's like the worst kept secret in the world so we think about Miss marvel of course. Miss marvel is a pakistani american teen superhero fight. He said of the sixteen year old new jersey earlier this year during shutdown we held online editions. All around the world defined are kamala khan and we find our inva- valenti my cnn right. Sounds like it's right. Here's a marvel studios describes connors official show description a great student. An avid gamer and a voracious. Fan fiction scribe. She has a special affinity for superheroes particularly captain. America captain marvel captain. America captain marvel but kamalle struggles to fit in a home in at school. That is until she gets. Superpowers like the hero. She's always looked up to life. Is easier a superpower right. So talk about who's in it said bolini also kept miss. Marvel appear as ms marvel in captain. Marvel two co starring alongside brie larson. So i'm thinking larson's gonna make an appearance on the tv show too. You know because when i think of great superheroes i can't im- see marvel superheroes quite the best female superhero ever quick. I mean it goes doubt. It's quick it's captain marvel. Quake quake agree disagree. It's quick listen. i'm for in your holkar now. By the way. Ed regular fucking hell that that's going to be sweet. The what if project. I really want. 'cause i love the animation aspect of it too. Yeah do the. What if comm expert always like a was always like the fun treat was going to buy books kid. Oh yeah so. Did you see the preview. All watch the preview. I've seen all of them all right cool. So so you watch in jeffrey's right voice over as the watcher is pretty cool. Oh yeah. I mean that dude i can listen to that guy talk. You know the border very soothing. It's very very soothing. Very it is very soothing. Do you wanna talk about loki for a little bit and then we're gonna finish division but talk real quick. I interested to see how they like. I'm concerned about the whole time travel aspect because whatever you get in time travel things get fucking weird and know It's it. It's hard to explain things. But i i really like the aspect of low key being this picture of Like a cop show castle where you have a writer that rides along with the actual cops but helps them solve crimes and shit right sir. What i think that this show is going to be as much like that. Where loki plays the role of richard castle in the time variance authority. Whereas you know he's the guy that doesn't really fit in with the whole crew doesn't really you know he's he's not really there to solve crimes or to sell time issues. Started fucking screw shit. Yeah but but eventually he helps out you know along the way but he still gets his. You know his his fun in like i believe we saw him on a plane watching the airport fight from civil war or we do because you sitting in a plane. He's looking outside of it. And he sees the tarmac and then he turns away and kinda smiles so like i think the aspect is like him influencing things throughout history and throughout the mcu watching from afar but knowing that he caused it or is helping. 'cause it in certain ways i see what you're saying. Yeah so. so that's what i that's. What intrigues me. The most but i am worried about the whole time. Travel thing just because that weird. Because i know we're big stick those on continuity here. We want things that make sense. Yes so yeah. I agree with you on a percent flying the middle of the ocean to fucking siberia russia. An apparently. it's only like twenty minutes later. I'm just saying it was thinking this one out worthy all right so the one that comes out in january fifteenth looks confusing as hell. Obviously i mean obviously want vision. Looks pretty crazy. What do you think is going on. Then i'll tell you what i think's going on i think it's i don't wanna say like an alternate dimension or like different facets multi. I just think that is wanda messing with reality. Because she can't handle the fact that visions dead in the of her messing with reality is like can kind of acquainted to for a quick example is in season. Four of aden's of shield withered explaining the dark hold and the energy that the uncle is using to harness energy. So he's stealing energy from another dimension to take this dimension so what wanda's does doing is fucking with our reality which is in turn fucking with other realities. Does that make sense. He's pulling reality and from another reality or another. i guess. Part of the multi verse to make our sick twisted. You know chaos magic work and there's gonna be some repercussions with her doing all that shit. Which is why you get. The spider versus is why we get mutants. This is why you know the the fox characters can come into the can come into the fold. Does that make sense. Yes okay. that's what i think is going on other than that. It's just you know a a classical majda sitcoms. I wanna say like but i want you to give your description before i give my what i think. It's going to be like because. I think it might be similar. No no i just feel like someone's going on. Obviously i think this is all going on in her head to think it's reality at all. It's just going on her mind. Yeah i think so like better. She's did this is an eight episode of dallas. This is going to be fucking. yeah it. it's all a dream was back was show newhart show bob newhart that. That's what you're thinking of thinking a newhart. No it's the one word that petra duffy comes back to life and like the like an entire season girls dream because they killed this character who really popular and the fucking fucking ratings tanked so. They brought him back of the season episode of the the season finale where the girls like waking up from a dream and apparently she dreamed the entire season that that guy wasn't in because she goes to the bathroom showers. Like oh hi honey. How are ya just like. Oh i just had the strangest dream. And what i that was dallas. I'd never watched it. So i don't know hold on. Here's dallas dream season nickname for the ninth season of dallas which ended with bobby ewing's return and the revealed that is death all the offense following it took place in pamelas dream. Yeah that was that was not a well received episode. I saw that guy. Patrick duffy by the way whoops i know i mean. I don't know what's going on. I mean if you look at each preview or each image physio wanda version online. Each images from each different time period at the wallpaper peeling off the wall. It's the same thing behind everyone. So obviously she's i. I see what you're gone so i think she's i think she's on her head. I don't know it could be. But but i think it's going to be very twin peaks x ask like remember in twin peaks. Like how you got that like. Yeah i know you don't really know what's going on but you but you don't but you're okay with it and in that weird humor with it. I'm throwing rocks at the bottle. Let me know how it sounds when it hits it. No it's not it's not. She's naming off names. That might be suspects. She read the mainly throws a rock and if he hits the bottle. It's their person's right. I forgot i think he hits a bottle when she's when she says leo johnson. I'm almost ninety. Nine percent annual rate right about the name and the rock throwing and might be wrong about the person that weird shit that has happened in twin peaks. Right it's very unorthodox crime detective skills. Here i'm going to tell us rocket a bottle. We're going see a name. If i hit the bottle that person's associate in they're all like totally they buy one hundred percent. They're all. 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Starting to learn everything that comes into your head no matter how sebald no matter how little room there is up there for. What are you laughing at me you man so anyway. Welcome to the program folks. The world famous fill henry. Show dot com. He me today. Sit down yes. I'll sit down in the middle cam getting some oxygen breathing. I'm doing some deep breathing and this is yogurt. You know what you'll get is filled. John thanks thing no i. Don't you just say thank you. it almost uruguayan. Dan i know what i did. I'm doing a little bit of deep breathing. Just hold on teasers weep but that was very unladylike it went into the sink. Bhargava joining us. What is the big deal. But you guys don't know you're gonna be walking around behind this or what about a shangqiu. You something yes on sitting down safest. What does that mean guys are creeped up by the fact that i'm wandering around behind you. We just want you to sit down and sit down and join the the show here you wandering around out there. It doesn't give it gives one pause me wondering around out there now. This is really interesting to know about this nothing. We don't have time to discuss right now but you know we can do is. I'll book some group therapy man. We all go in to like a nut house and Oh is that right. that's right. We'll all sit down in a nut house and have the doctor examines. And who do you think you'd really be talking to probably just me bingo bingo. Bingo go bingo frank gray. Let me. just give the intro to this because this is very very delegate. What happened was on monday. Oh my god yes this on the classic show for us today. We drew it from the month of december of nineteen ninety. Nineteen ninety nine rather. I just thought i heard frank's car. Yeah great. hang on their boola. Hang on for a minute. Mr. you're gonna hang on from right here. Thanks but That's great you might want to get on the phone. Sorry go ahead had a cut it ahead to cut. You can cut it off. I did not cut it off. No i didn't i. Wouldn't you like to know. Frank will be with in a second. Thank you now. I forgot. I'll remind you. Because this when i heard this i thought i was gonna drop ten pounds right there in my jeans. God well i did. what happened. Wasn't that big of a thing when we explained to audience what happened in was on the show on the classics chauffeur yesterday. We were airing show from nineteen ninety nine in which i was telling the story of a radio host that i had worked with. Who uttered a racial expect. You know a a racially offensive term as part of a phrase a phrase that he had learned in his native country and i was looking to illustrate that by mentioning what the phrase was used the entire unedited inward and that is something. You don't do fill. It may not now in nineteen ninety nine as i mentioned. And just let me say this because you guys are gonna piss me off you keep interrupting we gotta let him get the story. All right because using that word is not acceptable. It wasn't acceptable in one thousand. Nine hundred nine. It wasn't acceptable in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Which was when the event took place that i was quoting but there was a time when when you quoted somebody using it you use the word how that changed how it morphed. I can't tell you as a broadcaster. I know what's always been acceptable and i know what is unacceptable in terms of license. All that stuff you have to know that stuff so but in one thousand nine hundred nine in recounting the story. You use the entire word. I use the entire within the quote and it was the quote was basically n word in a woodpile. Although i use the word but so when somebody heard the replay. They flipped their list yeah. They flipped their lead. So i went on. Did a facebook live on the bsp's and more page. And i explained that. And i first of all i wanna thank all ps for weighing in and people seem to understand. What's the problem. Well what. The problem is this field. You think the bsp's understand what you say that were all bets are off and i talked to david hall. I think he's David will be on in a minute. I got frank gray. Who is an entertainment attorney. Who is also on the line with us here this evening. Okay now frank we. We've got you now. And i thank you for your patience and Thank you for joining us. My pleasure fill okay. So did you hear any of that. What i heard was a that. You hundred word and said no uncertain terms you said it and people started to flip their lips. Could you hold on for just a minute. 'cause i gotta get rid of it i want. Here's what i wanna ask you. listen. I was wondering. Do you guys have fun fun fun. Yeah i wanna get a buttered bun in other words. What i want is fully buttered fully loaded butter so you do have the butter button because i was not sure Employees thank you very much. i was just wondering about. Yeah thanks listen. I have to put the butter on. Hold out from nfl affiliate. Look we've been through this before frank with you at the drive through thanks. Are you getting your mortar right. Oh my god. That's exactly how it sounded. Don't do that. I don't wanna listen to that clown. That charter had balling everything up. And filing things up. Don't hang up on me. Okay like the buttered bun. I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about you making garbage out of every conversation ahead. Okay so i'm trying to get your advice on this thing. When i said what i said. Okay it wasn't intentional wasn't no. It wasn't intentional. I don't for first of all from. Hey you wanna get the buttered bun and turn it. I want to get a buttered biden fully buttered all right. Yeah when. I got a cup of coffee okay. Yeah i want. You guys don't not buttered bun with a cup of coffee. I just ordered. I said i wanna buttered bun with a cup of coffee. Yeah i wanna buttered bun. Happy all right there. Yeah and a cup of coffee is what i want. Sir thank you very much. He's that is the craziest thing right. The whole hamburger. I don't want to brag. Listen man. I don't have time for this. Okay i need to talk to you all right. So that's what i said. Well you don't have a prior said that you were quoting somebody right. I was quoting a guy from a radio show From ten years before whatever you're listening to the show or no. I was working at the same station with this guy and the word went out that this poor man had been poor man because he was like. I said from another country where they don't know what the word means. May it meant something slightly different from where he was from where he was from australia. Australia i don't understand we'll talk for just a minute. Okay listen i. I wanna have the buttered bun cup of coffee at there okay. I don't want a hamburger. I set the whole thing. I'm gonna cold. i don't care at all. What are you getting a buttered bun for iphone. It sounded delicious whether i wanted to buttered bun. I have a cup of coffee or something to have something light. When it's hardly like look at all the beauty queen. They all know so. That was what happened to me. Okay no i don't if you see happened. She's the one who said that you were quoting her right. According to talk show host. And that's all there is to that. I don't even think i don't know. Why am i talking to you. Margarethen did you. I thought you might have some legal advice. You give thank you very much frank. I'm very happy to help outfield. Whatever i can ever. Wow yeah you see frick only has first of all frank has only so much brain power lift he he has only so much undamaged gray matter and then there's the matter of patients matter patients that's right but isn't that alliterative easy but just just ease back band. There's only so much that franken understand. I think we got to the. But i thank you for that market. I don't think. I need a lawyer or anything. I don't know i just franks frank is conversant that we've been using lately with these things right. Let me let me get now on the phone because we are putting out fires left and right around here. David hall is the gentleman you hoes. The vice president of digital sales for the world famous fill henry. Show joining us on the line. Now from South pasadena california. You're in the middle. Some christmas shopping david doing the story. I wanna know is actually say the word in nineteen ninety nine talking about on the show today. No no on the on the on the podcast show. This was yesterday so this was a classic our that we include with each show. In other words it was the b. s. p. classic classic. Yes when the whole it from it fell something you say something. Somebody calls me up this afternoon. About a half ted this afternoon at half past ten. I'm sorry about it. Maybe it was always someone calls me tonight. And they said to me going to believe this henry the n. word. I had to stop off out of the car and walk around when i heard this. Well it's so thick. Thank you very much for calling me i. What did you say you went through for called me. I know. I said thanks very much for calling me. I and i didn't lisp okay. A david is going to go on much longer. We're talking about your cell here at work. David he didn't say the n word on the show. He didn't even save intentionally on the nineteen ninety nine show. He was quoting somebody. Okay let me. Because i'm the guy that's got to go out there. Understand the of the phil emery show. I go out there tape. I put my. I know you put your rear end on the line that sent year. Darn right. I go up there every day Take a deep breath a deep breath or something. I've tried i put my railroad. The line for you wonder what happened n. word got out of the show. It didn't get out on this show got out on a. b. s. p. classic our that we were including our daily post. Is you know for all of the subscribers. So it was in this classic. Our and the classic our was from december nineteen ninety nine ninety nine henry. Hey we're and we're that that wasn't at all in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I was telling the story of a host that i had worked with ten years before. And i'm not mentioning the station and i'm not mentioning the man's name out of respect to him. It's an old old issue that had been gone over. Tell me who it is. Okay i mean this is why do i need to tell you what people are saying. You know who's saying to you. Dave and i thought the only person that you talked to his saying to me. Yeah get i mean what facetime be kept it up and down with his arms here mr mr hall. Mr henry said the n. word and everything. I sit do that. It was on a on on on on on a classic. Our you know no no tell me about it. What do you want. Blow just blow. Some kids. handwriting has to meet. You said the n. Word sorry do you want to know the story. You wanna get the get panicky. Wanted to hear the story for where i'm okay i understand okay. That's what i think about what this could totally you gave it. I was on the espn show today which was a show that was replayed from one thousand nine hundred and nine so twenty five years ago mentioning an incident that had happened at the radio station ten years before that and it was a man who had used the n. word and i quoted the phrase that he'd used and that was the extent of that. I said wow. Can you believe this guy said this and he got fired for it. The guy you don't wanna see the hostess no i don't i'm not gonna say the guy's name at everybody knows that happened probably pup. Probably people know what stationed happened Mentioned i'm simply going to say it was a i was quoting that man and he was fired and that was the end of that. Sorry oh ho ho. What are you freaking out about. What about freaking out about the product the product of the villain regional website. Okay other words. Those band that he's also product. He's also thing saying that. I go out day. I try to sell and the thing. Just be the set. I don't mean this phil. I'm saying you waited a voice really prince up when you get nervous. Yeah just like every other man on this program every other man what happens when you get nervous margaret when i get nervous. This is how i sound. Jesus anywhere that was scary. You better believe it anyway. What happened was i'm listening to this. Let me just explain so on a on the espn classic show from december of one thousand. Nine hundred nine right oriented. Gap is butch. Butch up a little bit scared and stuff. He's nervous understandably so great. So david maybe you wanna hang up and get a grip because you sound like you're coming apart. what happened. What happened was i was on the esp classic show from twenty five years ago. I said hey there was a guy whose name is this and this and he said these words and that was that and somebody heard the n. Word on this show that was not over the public feet on itunes. It wasn't our free podcast. We offer on our homepage. It wasn't the one that went out on podcast one. it was the classic show subscriber. Only yes what is say. hello. I'm ready to drop. I drop it entire forest in the credit of the whipping winds of your swim. Sunk up my info. Okay david yes now you hear it and now you can take a deep breath and breathe again. It's all good. You will never understand until you've been in management if you ever go into management which i will never do of course not so you to take your pot shots but you never want to really go into management. Because i don't have any talent for it. I know that i wouldn't be any good at it. Guys and management. Who aren't any good at it. But they still go into it really don't ya. I sure do so. That was the extent of that. You tell me the next time something like this happened. I only found out that there was a reaction to it on the species and more page and that was it was it on the on their on your fan. Page got seventy five thousand people over there on the hill down man david. You sound like a panicked child. Excuse me margaret that. I have your brass balls. Okay what did you say sorry. You're like i'm getting things. Don't be afraid of david. You really kind of gives up sound like a little tiny baby. Chalk it up. A little petty baby bothered you guys. It's bothering me man. what's bothering me is. I can't get you to come down long enough to hear what's happening quoting guy so you didn't say it yourself no. I didn't say i would never say that myself. In a million years. I would refer to anybody that way and of course since i don't know over the last ten years or fifteen years or so. It's no longer any good to even say that word in when your quoting somebody you always just say inward and that is exactly how i've conducted myself but this was ninety nine is. I said i was quoting that guy. I give you any heat back then. You're telling me that. I let you say yes. The program director on your radio station. At that time. I was at that time i was now syndicated with premier So it's okay all right and you know if you want if you wanted to scream at me about it. Yes if you wanted to scream at him. A buddy should've got you should deal to twenty five years ago five years ago. That's when it happened. That was the show was a december one thousand nine hundred show. Oh i don't understand that being division a very difficult ten talking. I am because i announce to just understand that. This was a much less than what you were imagining. It was part of me that will always feel like walking up to you with an unloaded gun. That you don't know is loaded. They put the barrel headed the trigger and nothing comes out man. I'm thinking about it. David i know. I hope you know. I don't know what to tell you. Get a cold shower. I'll see you later. I'll talk to you after the show. How about that. I'll call you after the show. David hall is. We'll be back in the world famous cases good. Everything's been good man that you call him up and you're jumping up and down. What was that about. But i'm just saying there. Windy or when i heard about it. I don't know yeah you don't know man. Thanks for nothing but thanks for nothing. How are you kidding me. Right back. World-famous phil emery show hoopstad g. o. Here david to you for the world. Famous fill in ratio david g hall here for the world famous philly. Rico get a backstage pass the world famous fill in show and you can hear those and you can hear those classic backstage pass only hours. Those are only for backstage pass members every day we roll out an hour from the fillon ratio archives. The deep forty thousand our plus archive the greatest value online other than porn. Make sure that you dial into fillon. Ratio dot com. That's ratio dot com. Get a month or year subscription to the world famous villain ratio. And you can listen. He goes in there and you can listen to shows hours. I won't panic. I won't panic. I won't you listen to shows hours just to win any you'll get listen to ours. That are really great vince. Fill in brazil and phil hendrie. Show dot com. And what won't finish. Phil emery. So phil emery. So dot com here. We have with us Jack armstrong on the line from cleveland. Ohio and jack has been doing some reporting for us. The cleveland indians are thinking of changing their name to to something. We're gonna find out from jack what the suggested names are. Would people have been saying how the city is feeling about. This is this is a rather important. You know it's an important milestone jack in the history. The city question about failed fact that they actually sports fans are feeling clearly. Feeling the changes in the air that the cleveland indians have decided that they're going to change the aim of the baseball team. And i know you're in the bathtub here tonight. If it's not a controversial for us i would be okay but yeah right i would like to just put put it out there right now for everybody that if in a bathtub and i don't know if there's any potential guests listening phil what guests. This is wasted wasted time. I would rather that. They're not If i'd have known that. I don't want to have anybody about top. I would not have been into top but i didn't know that it was going to be an issue and so it's okay. It's not about you anyway. Go ahead the reason i would be. Okay what am i supposed to do. Delegate no can't we can't you get them out of the tub. I asked if he go to pick but asked me. If i get out of the top and i said no i can. I had a very tough day. I needed to. I need possible for me to get up from the pump. And i'm sorry that You know sort of mrs with your your world right there but it's okay. It's just that we've had a lot of people when they run water in the tub. They make a lot of noises. What you guys are talking about. It's alright jet go ahead but anyway fill. Yeah the city of cleveland. This feeling that they're feeling the love. The cleveland indians. I think are feeling the love from the fans who are coming. What's with suggestions what it's difficult baseball team. That had the same for over one hundred years. This was a team that started out as the cleveland. Spiders in the american league when it was a minor league team. The cleveland spiders. The i guess. The ancestors or the forebears of the cleveland indian organization. I i don't know what you just said. What he's saying is turning into the cleveland. Indians cleveland spiders. I know it sounds to me like they. Maybe they should act all right so anyway. We don't know. I don't know but he there was a team called the cleveland. Spiders so right away you think is. Is that a good name. And i said i think that would be a good team. The cleveland spiders. Now i know there's a lot of people who end the fans are weighing in saying well hold on the fans are saying the cleveland they wanted to to be the cleveland wolves or or cleveland. Sharks the cleveland. The cleveland moves quickly. You're kidding right. No i mean. I don't know for sure but i mean what would imagine. You know that that they what are they saying. That's i going up tomorrow to get what they're gonna say but this this is what i think. They should call the team. But i imagine that the fans are going to want to call it. Something like the cleveland panthers the cleveland leopards and i just want to get him some ideas that i had cleveland spiders creatures. You know the cleveland creatures. Wait a minute check. so what do we do. We talk about your ideas ideas. For what the. Cleveland indians should be called. Only because you know the fans are not going to have good names. They're going to come up with that. They think they pick up the tigers. They're gonna wants to be the cleveland tigers. You know to the cleveland tigers. Because there's a detroit tigers teicher here we go with sigler is this is. This is why we sent you to cleveland. I felt but i told you once before. Don't know that much about sports. i'm trying to. I'm trying to pay jack. We know you wanna be a news. Newsman you're not going to be a newsman until we can cover the ground force in terms of sports. Yeah then this would need. We have right now. Not for newsman. I get it already. So what i thought i would try to do. I would try to you know. Put my own original mark on it and tell you what cleveland indians. All right so you think i'm going to be the cleveland. Spiders and the cleveland creatures. Cleveland creatures would be exciting. I think it would play the for the modern mindset of people you know what about the seattle crack and and they have these. The toronto raptors something from the movies something from the movies. What about the cleveland. Zombie cleveland packing the flesh. Not the flesh eater. that's stupid. The cleveland flesch's. You really don't know anything about people do tabs. i'm spending it in my head. Zombie is the cleveland. Zomba the cleveland zomba. You know what. I was trying to give you the ideas that i had this. All right when you get the fans take on this fans. Think man you think you don't even care about sports. I don't care about sports. I could care less about sports. I hate sports. But this is the only gig so you know. This is the only way. I could insert by myself sideways sideways right organization. It broadcasts organizations the way that i couldn't certainly broadcast talking sanctions. So if you don't like it i did. I did my best you doing your best man. If you're not doing the job that we asked you to do which is to go out and find out what the fans can. You didn't find out what the fans things you only telling us. What you think the fans will say the fans are gonna say. Let's call the team cleveland. The cleveland giants won't man. There's already a giants called the cleveland months. They're going to call them. The cleveland impera walker. And the cleveland imperial walkers. That'd be pretty today better than one. You you got zomba. Better than the zomba's what he said and i agree with him. Okay all right. You know. I i did the best. I could hit another time that you don't fill. Yeah why why would you hang up on me know. You're being a child and you're doing that on purpose and you just trying to get attention problem with you is your lousy and everything you do. So that's the kind of stuff you've got to let me tell you something if you guys would use the weight that i have at my strongest okay. I am an investigative journalist. I like to look up things. I like to get inside. You wanna get inside all bits. You do oh. God damn what's that supposed to be. I like to put it up there. I like to go through. Hershey highway is to say hello. Hello hey that's jack. thanks a lot. thanks jack jackie. They're man got ahead to the guy. I gotta hand what to the guy only real cute. We'll be right back. World-famous cylinder show this is jackson armstrong. Get a backstage past. 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Hendrie show dot com get a subscription for a month or a year but get it best value other porn. Welcome back. world-famous fill henry show here at the l. pacifico in southern california. That's the da. Dad once used bathing suit once used bathing suit. Anyway welcome back. Thank you very much. Dan all the groups that we feature here at our bumper music and beyond in the world. Famous phil emery show. We want to mention Again that are chats are on friday nights this coming friday night. Rbs chat will be from the ps and more page on facebook. As a matter of fact. I posted something on facebook today. Well you posted something relative to the up. The contretemps talked to david hall about exactly but also we are there periodically. Doing facebook lives. And i was at facebook jail for the last night. How long was on facebook. Jail fourth john facebook jail for three days. You are facebook jail for three days and you just got out of facebook jail for ninety days right. I had a thirty year right general. Just say three months. And i said i'd had a three month sentence for it's okay. I had been sentenced to three months in facebook jail. And i've told you the story about why. And i don't think a lot of people don't tell i had the story is and this is the reason i had posted a picture and i think this is in the summer. Yeah because it was like ninety days. I had posted a picture of the one hundred first airborne on omaha beach with a nazi flag. They had captured there. Was there's a group of about nine or ten men standing there holding this nazi flag and This went across the country the day after the picture was taken. It was a wire photo. That was very very popular and very famous. Well i was putting facebook jail for that because they said it was hate speech because it was a picture of a swastika so Facebook uses artificial intelligence in these algorithms. That just it's just not working there. facebook Your you know i was. I was celebrating. America and our brave men and women in world war two and well. It doesn't matter anymore because you know that kind of heroism that kind of america. Don't get on your high horse journal that i understand. Why don't we do this band. We're going to bring on the chris norton from norton explodes in redondo beach target. Chris a little bit here about the new film margaret. This rexrod eats a buck sludge. It's vulgar but it is nothing that that we don't expect obviously from a christ city productions crystal joining us now on the news baker line from donald beach in your studio. I think people should know chris before we get much further along that you are always playing this kinds of music in the studio is that right. Yeah agree what we do is a you know we play music. I like to have this. Music has been music so that we're ready to go. I've always told crew. You won't be ready to go at the mo- at the drop of a hat you wanna and so i walk through the studio myself in a tie speedo. I always keep some lotion. I mean how do you want me to be very graphic. I understand so this music keeps you aroused. music is. it's just we have a blue light the the entire studios with blue light. And i'm in very high speed. Does i also have on a vest. seeing that with no shirt and i sorta glide with my hands mid mid waist high going back and forth. So you're like you're always in a movie is in it right there. That's a. That's a perfectly ascriptin general description of what it is. We're doing at northwood. Chris your new movie then she wanted to talk about. It's called rexrod. Eats a box lunch. Tell us about it and please keep it clean up absolutely i just. I was hoping that you would let me come on and talk a little bit about it. Misery for very proud of it Restaurants pledge is rest rod is my alter ego. that's the characters. I play in my films and i go into diner In the northern desert los angeles. And i meet a very hot waitress in a coffee shop setting these. Were very very tight. She's very very tight skirt and she has very large breast. Who's the actress ever turn appearance of a busy sweater hook anthea and missy sweater who against get famous gray. I think you'd try to respect it. Respect and i don't get that sweater hogan's well no misery. Oh no it's not that simple. If if she was. I'm the one that gave her her stays day. Discover her at an auction hardware store working in fertilizer and soil and She was working in fertilizer and soils. That's right and i immediately realized that she was high. And i for obvious reasons. I said on you're going to be missing sweater. Who gasiya and she's like. Yeah you know and and put her trial put the took off her. Gloves wiped maneuver offerpad. That's right you put me gets a woman at better so should she was really bettering anyway. You know what she's making more money than chris. Nobody's with you. i understand so mris sweater. And who. And you're the star young the store and i work with with missy and we make a good team a good movie. I wish you would give it the respect. It deserves chris. Hey let me tell you something. I chris. I'm never going to give you the respect. You think you deserve because you are in the adult film business. And i i watch porn against you do. I've seen it. Yeah dane. anybody listen to me. That hasn't when are you watching fill ninety. None of your business is a lot of god. Damn so what do you like just going. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah like frankel on the you know. What if you want your movie promoted all right up. Hurry so what. I'm trying to say is yes. Sure i watch for everybody does. But here's the bottom line and all of that man. i'm not going to give you the benefit of thinking. It's some kind of art form because it's not. Oh you're saying it's not our forth no no it's not an art form known isn't okay i mean it is. It's just a bunch of movies strung together through you know. Is this the bunch. It's sex jackets. Just a bunch of sex acts filmed over and over and over again. I mean how. How many different ways can you do it i. We did a weightless fact. All right chris. You're the first guy to actually film a weightless sex act. And i suppose there's some things that you've done you know what i'm sorry about it up. Yeah there go. Norton just beat you in the argument about that. I be argument. Great good for you gotta center which girlfriend just call you. You just called me okay. So anyway your movie is called rexrod brought out lunch and it'll be three as we get the hot bucks three. Where is that hartberg three. Where that nor. Do we know you do a good phil hendrie impression. You make more money doing that. Then you make doing these. These crap can movies years. Oh wow i will never again complaining program and promote another restaurant bird in the restaurant trilogy. Good for you man. So it's going to be the hawks hot bucks three the what three restaurant isa boss lunch three weekend. You've got to call your girlfriend back. I apologize folks for something you you you do it to yourself. You put that clown on air you know. The guy phillies not really worthy of i. Don't chris norton has been a good guess down to the years. He's starting to lose. His he started loses bind is what's happening walking through the studio with a blue light speed man. The very this is what you went. You went man right. Famous phil hendrie show from the l. Pacifico in southern california governor philippian the bsp's and more page on friday night for the czech and this is a production of inc. All rights reserved on podcast. What executive producer. Phil hendrie this holiday season. You know what. I have on my wishlist Adventure that's why. I got a new honda during the happy honda day sales event. They have a whole lineup of rugged all-wheel drive suv's crv pilot passport. But at the end of the day. I drove off in a new. Hr v. with a bunch of safety features and best of all. I got it on clearance. So don't just sit around knitting and ugly holiday sweater. see your local honda dealer or happy. Honda days clearance pricing today. Foodies is out there. I'm unwrapping madonna steak egg and cheese bagel. Look this steak and juice. Running down masan. Go little bit on rapper. Here and then a fluffy egg and real cheese folded oversaw looking. Just so good Grilled onions on a bagel. two thumbs up from donald steak egg and cheese bagel breakfast love it more baba participating mcdonald's.