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"bell house" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
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Listen to Heart of the Game on the iHeartRadio app, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Howdy, everybody. I hope you're having a lovely Saturday wherever you are in the world. Chuck here with a Saturday Select selection, and I'm gonna go with from November 2019, not even so long ago as the crow flies. The episode is NYC Water colon an engineering marvel. I love New York City, everyone knows that. I go on and on about that city on the show, and I'm constantly amazed that that city runs and that the trash gets taken away and the mail gets delivered and that people have enough drinking water and water to bathe in and cook with. And so it's a pretty unique situation there in New York, how they get their water, and here's that story. Please to enjoy. Welcome to Stuff You Should Know, a production of iHeartRadio. Hey, and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark. There's Charles W. Chuck Bryant. There's guest producer Andrew. This is Stuff You Should Know. Let's get busy. I'm excited about this one. This was your pick. I was like, what is Chuck talking about? Were you really? Yes, and then Chuck, I happened to stumble upon, I don't know what I was looking for, but an email from somebody who sent like a Google Doc or something that was a list of episodes we said we should do. And people have sent those in before, but this one was kind of condensed and that was on there. So I've stumbled upon your dirty little secret. I don't think that's where I got it. Oh, really? I don't think so, but maybe. I just know that I am always fascinated by not only New York City, but by the fact that New York City functions. With that many people and all that? Everything, it's just all amazing to me that that city functions with that many people, that many buildings. I want to do an episode on trash removal. Okay. I want to do one on wastewater treatment. Yeah, oh yeah. Not just New York, in general, though. That's been long brewing. Are you okay with that? Yeah. Just, I mean, we can mention New York or whatever. Big thanks to Dave Ruz, though, one of our great writers. Dave put this together and it's really, really fascinating. Dave's just an amazing human. He's great. All of our writers are amazing, for sure. Dave is great as well. He's one of a few select amazing people. Right. So the reason why New York, why anybody would ask about New York's water is because if you've ever interacted with a New Yorker, they talk about their water a lot. It's like kind of a thing in New York where they're like, our tap water's the best water in the country. And they have a lot of stuff to back that up with, so much so that they say this water is actually the reason why our bagels and our pizza are so good. Yeah, we were both just there for our final shows of the year at the Bell House, thanks to people who came out. Yes. They were great, a lot of fun. And by the way, the guy that fell asleep on the front row on night number two, I think it was night number two, I was walking down the street and he randomly passed by driving in a car and rolled down his window and said, hey, man, he said, great show the other night. Right, I was waiting for him to say, is that Freedom Rock? And I said, thanks, dude. I was like, front row. And he was so excited that I remembered. That's cute. And he said, front row. And he drove on before I had a chance to say, you fell asleep. He's like, I feel like I was there, maybe I felt like a dream too. I don't know, but we were just there and there are many, many restaurants in New York where there will be like a water cooler or a place where you can help yourself to your own cup of water. And it will have a big sign on it that says, New York City tap water in proud, all caps, underlined letters. Yeah. And they mean like they're just getting water out of the tap whereas in other cities, that's a dirty, shameful secret that people don't talk about. That's right. In New York, they proudly boast about it. And just the fact that New York or any New Yorker in the city gets water at all is pretty spectacular. It's like you said, there's a lot of people, there's a lot of buildings and something like more than a billion gallons of water flow into New York through the taps every day.
"bell house" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Kevin Reuter gave us Basil Hayden and Bullet Rye. You remember that? At our show at the Bell House. Oh, yes. And he even wrapped them up as Christmas presents. That's right. Which is just lovely. Thanks a lot, Kevin. And funny enough, at the show, somebody asked us what drink we would want to have on a desert island if we could only have one, and both of us were saying gin drinks. And he was like, well, I guess I guessed wrong with the Basil Hayden and the Bullet. Oh, he did not guess wrong. And I was like, no, dude. You nailed it. We're all inclusive. Our buddy Van Nostrand, I feel like he sent us more than this. So if you have something else, let us know. We just hung out with him and his wonderful wife, Leah, in Seattle. He sent us some records. Some awesome records. Smurfs, Disco Duck, Lawrence Welk, and the John Denver Muppets Christmas. And you know what? Van Nostrand gave us books before, and one of them was about, oh, I can't say yet, because the live show's not out. But he gave us a book about the live show years ago, and I never got around to reading it. Oh, that's right. They reminded me after the show, they were like, you know, we sent you that book, you dummy. Oh, yeah. He said, I'll have to read it now. Will and Katie Lynn Lee sent us coffee from Coffee by Design. So nice. Dee Lish. Let's see. Nicole Collins, DO, Doctor of Osteopathy, sent us a copy of her book, Insight, which is on vision, like real vision, and the miracle that is vision. So check it out. It's called Insight. I thought you were going to say, DO, Doctor of Metal. I was delivered by a DO. And one of the things they do is they adjust you, like you're a baby, and they adjust you like a chiropractor when you're born. I was born breach, so the DO adjusted me in reverse order, and apparently everyone in the delivery room gave him a golf clap afterward. And you waved your hand and said, thank you, everyone. Yeah, thank you. I have a taste for this applause thing now. Fart, gurgled fart. Indigo Proof from Portland sent me a gift certificate for one free denim repair. Nice. Because I complained about my Levi's blowing out. So they said, send me those jeans, and we'll fix them for you. Yep. That's Indigo Proof in, where else do they fix jeans? Portland, Oregon. That is a jean fix in town, for sure. I've got a super old one from not this past October, but the October before last, Chuck. Wow. Do you remember Kathy with a Kay Tosh at, I believe, our Phoenix show, or our Salt Lake City show? One of the two. What are you talking about? Gave us lassos. Yeah. Real live lassos. Rope and rope. And she said, go on to YouTube and learn how to lasso now. Yeah. And I've yet to do that, but I still have my lasso. So thanks a lot, Kathy. Me too. We appreciate you. Yeah, it's not only cool, because I will try and learn that one day, but it looks cool hanging on a wall. For sure. And also, I think Kathy is a postal worker, so hopefully she dug our going postal episode. I haven't heard from her. That's right. Email us, Kathy, and let us know how we did. I have a correction to read, but I'll just wait for listener mail for that one. Oh, yeah. I think that was me. That was my bad. Was it just you? I think so. Somebody else made it seem like it was me too.
"bell house" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Like to use this one. Does that work? I like this one. It makes me feel like I'm a third man records or something. So Adam, yes. What does that song mean to you? Well, I grew up listening to a lot of Billy Joel, and my dad played a lot of Billy Joel in places like the empire diner. And beman's or Elaine's and stuff. And so that was always a big crowd pleaser. And my dad would say he would do that before his break because people, people love to do that. So he would get a lot of tips. When he do that song, then he'd go and when it was done, he would stop and be like, 'cause I'm and then everyone go moving out. He'd be like, all right, everybody, tip your waitress. And then he would go off stage. And collect like a bunch of tips. So it was like his first act closer. So obviously this is an earnest song. This is a cover of a song you like. You played jokes in it? No, no jokes. So the whole thing is a joke, but yes, no joke. The piece is comedic. The piece. Yeah, I like to think of my career like that. Yeah. But I saw you recently at the bell house and you did a show that was made up of covers like this. Yeah, it's more of a concert than a comedy show. Where did the impetus to do that come from? Again, I started doing this about a year and a half ago, and oddly oddly enough, this is very Hollywood, but I started doing it after the HBO discovery merger.
"bell house" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Early. Another good sign I will take his chemotherapy is over Jamie Raskin says his cancer is in remission. Star of sexy liberal D.C. with us indeed a sexy liberal. And we're firing it up LA, right? The one show only in 2023. Go to sexy liberal dot com. Tickets are already going fast, John people saying house parks, frangela. Glenn kirshner just added and it will be a cast of a star studded cast. Huge cast. Huge cast. Yes. Tonight, I'm on news nation tonight with van Abrams. Being the lonely liberal and tomorrow night, I'll be enticing Virginia with the great Carl frisch. Yes. We're hitting fundraiser as he runs for reelection on the fairfax county school board. All right, please. Come on down. I think you can see it streaming as well. It's going to be the schoolhouse correspondents dinner. We hope to see you. Yes, and you go to moocs for Carl dot com for information about the streaming. Yep, absolutely. Love you, John. Yes. Two or three night at the bell house in New York. I'm doing a storytelling show for the proton prom with jeanine Garoppolo. It's gonna be a lot of fun. Fun. Hooray. Okay, yay. All right. 46 minutes after the hour, this portion of the show brought to you by what's that there? Is that an unsolicited testimonial? Tweet ammonia. Thank you, indeed. So I couldn't see. Exactly. What do you think I was going to make it easy? I'm Michelle tweets, staff. I've subscribed to genius now and gotten their most popular package. I've just started to implement it into my skin care regimen. Thanks for the product recommendations. Stephan team. Wow. Show your welcome. I wouldn't talk about it if I didn't love it myself and use it every single day. And night, thank you. I mix and match all of their fantastic products, and its Mother's Day. Your mommy is gonna love this. It is the best skin care out there. The genius on
"bell house" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Engine early. Another good son I will take his chemotherapy is Omar over Jamie Raskin says his cancer is in remission. Star of sexy liberal D.C. with us indeed a sexy liberal. And we are we're firing it up. LA, right? The one show only in 2023. Go to sexy liberal dot com. Tickets are already going fast. John, people saying house parks, frangela. Glenn kirschner just added and it will be a cast of a star studded cast. Huge cast. Huge cast. Yes. Tonight, I'm on news nation tonight with Dan Abrams. Being the lonely liberal. And tomorrow night, I'll be enticing Virginia with the great Carl frisch. Yes. We're hitting fundraiser as he runs for reelection on the fairfax county school board. All right, please. Calm down. I think you can see it streaming as well. It's going to be the schoolhouse correspondents dinner. We hope to see you. Yes, and you go to moocs for Carl dot com for information about the streaming. Yep, absolutely. Love you, John. Yes. Truth the night at the bell house in New York. I'm doing a storytelling show for the proton prom with jeanine Groff, it's gonna be a lot of fun. Fun. Hooray. Okay, yay. All right. 46 minutes. After the hour, this portion of the show brought to you by what's that there? Is that an unsolicited testimonial? Tweet ammonia. Thank you. So I couldn't see. Exactly. What do you think I was going to make it easy? I'm Michelle tweets, staff. I've subscribed to genius now and gotten their most popular package. I just started to implement it into my skin care regimen. Thanks for the product recommendations. Stephan team. Wow. So you're welcome. I wouldn't talk about it if I didn't love it myself and use it every single day. And night, thank you. I mix and match all of their fantastic products, and its Mother's Day. Your mommy is gonna love this. It is the best skin care out there The genuine saw
"bell house" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Hey everybody, welcome doctor podcast, do support those support us. We appreciate it very much. And check out the streaming show Tuesday Wednesday Thursday, doctor TV 3 o'clock Pacific time and of course after dark, which I need to get Arden miran also. Yes, sir. Do you know after dark over at your mom's house? No. Tom Sagar and his wife, Christina P oh, I love her. I love her. If you ever go to Austin, please let me know. I was there literally all weekend last weekend. Fuck. Next time. Yeah, we have to kind of plan it a hit 'cause I have to go there and sort of meet you there. Do you have a place in Austin? We do not, but they have a huge studio there. So cool. Seeing any of your mom's house stuff and do bears one cave with Christchurch. I love bird. Yes. So you would fit right into that world. Trust me. I love that. So where shall we start this? Talk to me. We know each other from back in the day. Back in the day. I think I was on med TV when I came on. Correct. Yeah. And back then, Adam and I was doing loveline at MTV. And you guys would come in, at least once a year, usually towards the end of your season because it was on the same set. Yes. Same studios. That's right. And you would announce every year were canceled. This is it. This is the last time we're done. When the writers strike happened, I remember just thinking, I was at the time getting married, which I no longer married. But I remember I was planning a wedding that I had committed to pay quite a bit for. And I was like, there's no way mad TV is gonna make it through a writer's strike. I made fiscal decisions and there was absolute and somehow we just kept going. You know what's funny? I've become pretty good friends with Bobby Lee. I love that. What a rascal. Rascal. And I always give him shit about the time. Who is the wait a minute? Who's face did he sit on and fart on their face? And it caused a scandal. I mean, I can't even to be honest with you. It didn't even register for me because I've seen him. To me, that's nothing. I'm so numb the idea that that would be a scandal. Okay, got it. So low on the priority list. Yeah, so he was a flanagan. There's no way she would be mad about that. Well, we've made a cry made her cry. He really let one go. I saw it. I heard he put an alka seltzer tab up his ass as like a dare with Ike barinholtz and Katie Levine to see what would actually happen and apparently sounds like Bobby. It rocketed out of his ass and then with a little apparently like a little piece of his intestine came out. He prolapsed like a little piece of intense rocketed out and he like, again, I don't think in 2023 you could thank you for this tidbit of Bobby Lee history because I will use it. I assure you. The history is so replete with craziness. It's hard to pick out the little joyous elements like this. There's something about that. He's so adorable. Yes, yes. You can not hold a grudge at by the way. I had a really funny moment with him and his ex-wife. And she was talking about the first time. I don't know if this will as a story will play the way it did in the moment. Yeah. But she goes, you know, first time we had sex, I was a fan of Bobby, and I was thinking, holy shit, Bobby Lee's inside of me. And I thought, yeah, same thing for me. I had the same exact experience. That's exactly right. He's going to get as tight of you. Bobby, Bobby Lee. So let's talk about what's upcoming for you. Okay, you're going to be in marvelous, misses maisel, which I want to hear about because I'm jealous that you got to do that. It was exciting. I bet. Jen kirkman used to do some of the writing or coaching for this. I do too, and she won't return my phone calls anymore. And I don't know what it is. She's not performing anymore. She's not doing stand up at all. I don't care. She was a friend. I know. It's like weird. People have gotten very weird camps and feelings and stuff that are not I think. I think why else not respond? You know what? I don't know. I can't speak for her. I can't even imagine. Some people will exclude me just by virtue of being friends and part of Adam Carolina. Oh, okay. All right. Or something I said, and I would love to know, I have that adjusted, if I said something wrong. I'm a very loose Lucy goose girl. I try not to get into any kind of, I try to stay out of any feud and just sort of go with who I enjoy being around. I think that's wise. That's a good way to be true. We've always been. Yeah. I'm crazy? Okay, and so you'll be live in New York, April 14th. Hopefully, will this be out by then? I'm hoping Gary, yes, this should be. Sure. Okay. Union Paul stand up. Not lies, I can do anything I want. I can make this come out by then. No doubt. April 15th bell house with your podcast. So you're going to the podcast at the bell house. Yeah, so the 14th is at union hall is stand up. Where is your new holiday? It's in Brooklyn. It's really so there's sort of like sister, their owned by the same person. So they're great spaces. Union halls are doing stand up, Belle house, I'm doing the live pod. Go to rose podcast dot vodka. And one of that website the worst, and I couldn't get it. By the way, can I just say, we built dot com and then there's a website company we bought that domain and then somehow they didn't register it. And then over the weekend, we built the whole thing. Somebody snuck in and got it. And then they were like, well, vodka is available. Can I just say this is way better? Way more entertaining.
"bell house" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Way out of Alcatraz, the one place it was supposed to be impossible to escape from. Get your VIP tickets to mingle ahead of time and participate in the Q&A and be there for the live show so we can all yell out. This fucking guy together. Plus there will be a chance after the show to say hi and take pictures and if we sell out, I'll bring my Tony Award and you can take a picture with it. You can find all the details on our website strange and unexplained pod dot com. But here are the dates April 3rd at the bell house in Brooklyn, April 20th at the crystal ballroom in Boston in April 23rd at union stage in Washington, D.C.. We've linked to all the ticket links in our show notes, and you can also find more information on our website. I can't wait to see you there. Okay, now that we've had a fun trip down weird transplant story lane, let's get back to the science. I know, I know science, yuck, but I promise I'll try to make you laugh. The majority of those in the scientific community think of cellular memory as junk science, mostly because there's nowhere near enough evidence for it. And there's no way so far to prove any of it. The studies that show evidence of cellular memory detractors say are biased and participants are chosen to prove the researchers hypothesis. For example, pure salt paper presents ten cases, but that's from a pool of a 150 participants. I'm no statistician, but that doesn't seem like great evidence. If you want to tell me that nearly half the participants inherited memories from their donors, I'll buy you a drink and we can chat. But 6 and a half percent, I'm not even going to buy you a cup of coffee over 6 and a half percent. A 1992 study done by the university of Melbourne puts it this way. Quote, 1242 organ transplants were performed in Australia in 2015 alone. So the small number of reported cases of personality changes due to organ transplants in history worldwide raises doubts about the validity of cellular memory. That was also the paper that interviewed 47 transplant recipients and only found three people or 6% who reported any changes in behavior. Anyone who has ever had the pleasure of listening to a conspiracy theorist tell you that there's a cabal of lizard people that live underground and eat children, will know that you can find evidence for anything you want if you look hard enough, bend the facts and are willing to connect dots that have no business being connected. However, there are some possible scientific explanations that could point to the existence of cellular memory. In 1994, doctor Andrew armor, a neuro radiologist, theorized that the heart has a brain of its own in the form of the nervous system. Anyone who's ever felt their heart rate increase while watching a scary movie can tell you that even though their brain knows the danger isn't real, their nervous system acts on its own. Doctor armor believed that the nervous system could be responsible for the transfer of memory from organ donor to recipient. Another theory is about neuropeptides which are like little messengers released from the brain that communicate with the rest of the body. Apparently, neuropeptides have been found in some hearts, which could also help explain memory transfer. And then there's something about the magnetic field, which I completely do not understand, so I will just quote it from an article titled memory transference in organ transplant recipients from the journal of new approaches to medicine and health, and let you do what you will with it. Quote, cells in the heart have a unique magnetic property and respond to and interact with magnetic fields. There may be an as yet undiscovered electromagnetic connection between the brain and heart, expressed in a form of energy that contains some level of cellular memory. And then there's more metaphysical theories having to do with the spirit and the soul, which intersects with remembering past life experiences. The article from the journal of new approaches to medicine and health says, quote, if plants and inanimate objects can store our feelings and thoughts, it is possible that our body organs, which are more intimately connected to us, also contain our emotional imprints. What kind of plants do those guys have and where can I get one? Could you imagine being able to whisper your secrets to a plant for safekeeping? I mean, you totally could do that, but imagine later on being able to go back and be like, hey, peace Lily Tomlin remind me what I told you about my ex 5 years ago before I drunk text them again? There is some quantifiable science in the form of a study on sea slugs that some information is stored within the neurons cell body. Apparently, researchers at UCLA found they could erase a sea slug's long-term memory, which I guess they gauged by then asking the sea slug. Now, tell me about your mother and the sea slug was like my who? But then the memory quote reformed with only a small reminder stimulus again suggesting that some information was being stored in a neuron's body. Because then the slug was like, oh, my mother, man, that lady just oozed charm. Thank you. The principal investigator on the sea slug study uses the analogy that if Chopin had lost his fingers, he would still know how to play sonatas. He wouldn't be able to, obviously, but he would still know how to. This doesn't make sense to me. I don't know how it proves that memories live in the cells. It seems to me the argument
"bell house" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"15,000 signatures is really not a lot of signatures, especially considering that spiritualism had between one and 2 million followers by their own estimate, according to history net dot com, I should add. One wonders why the other nearly 1 million to 1.9 million followers didn't sign the petition. But, as any TikTok influencer will tell you, the faster your star rises, the quicker it can burn out. By 1855, a number of prominent American scientists, writers and thinkers, new year's resolution, figure out how to get paid to just think. We're warning against the rapid rise of this spiritual movement. Prominent transcendentalist writer Ralph Waldo Emerson of where's Waldo fame. That's a joke. Called it a rat revolution. And while I have no idea what that means, I think it's safe to say it's not very positive. People in general don't want to be associated with rodents, which is why I will never understand the popularity of the Disney film ratatouille. Here come the angry DMs. The founding editor of a little paper called The New York Times, Henry Raymond, said spiritualism. How an appeal that is whiter, stronger, and deeper than any philosophical or socialistic theory, since it appeals to the marvelous man. In 5 years it has spread like wildfire over this continent, so that there is scarcely a village without its mediums and its miracles. If it be a delusion, it has misread very many of the intelligent as well as the ignorant. But journalist Edward white of the Paris review thinks these mustachioed cravat and men may have been less concerned with the message of spiritualism than they were with the messenger of spiritualism. Never before had a western religion been spearheaded by women. That fact alone probably gave them the willies, but add to that that some of these women were actually making a good living, peddling these performances and seances, and they didn't need a man to help them with it. Gasp. This was in the Victorian era, remember when the general mood was that a woman's role is in the home, creating a godly space to which her naturally barbaric husband, who necessarily had to go out and be ungodly in the name of capitalism, could find shelter and solace and be swaddled in the tenants of the church via his wife's housekeeping, cooking and sexual compliance. We couldn't have women running around and doing things like being self reliant. What would be next? Demanding a living wage only having sex when they wanted to, having sex with someone. Other than men? Yes, the answer to all those questions is yes. Gender roles were a super big deal at this time, and spiritualism was threatening the natural order. In his piece in the Paris review, white wrote, quote, before the hydesville wrapping, Leah had been a single mother, hampered by the ubiquitous social restrictions that came with being born female. In the field of spirit mediumship, a branch of the entertainment industry that she more than anyone else had helped to invent, women dominated. She acquired wealth, social clout, and opportunities that would never usually have been afforded to someone of her background. Over the next decade, she became a venerable society lady and the wife of a Wall Street banker. I mean, at least she didn't go around kissing girls and wearing pants. Anyway. All this pushback the sisters battled would come to a head not only due to the culture war on spiritualism, but the chaos of their personal life, too. Its life that would eventually kill their spirit for good. Strangers don't forget strange and unexplained is taking its act on the road with a quick, east coast tour of New York, Boston, and D.C.. If you love strange and unexplained, it's even better live. Plus, you'll get the chance to come up to me and tell me about that one time I offended you with that thing I said 500 episodes ago. I really do want to meet you all and there's gonna be a chance to say hi after the show. You can find all the details on our website, strange and unexplained pod dot com, but here's the dates. April 3rd at the bell house in Brooklyn, April 20th at the crystal ballroom in Boston in April 23rd at union stage in Washington, D.C.. We've linked to all the ticket links in the show notes here, and you can also find more information on our website. See you there. In the fall of 1852, a renowned Arctic explorer named doctor Alicia Cain strolled through the lobby of the Philadelphia hotel where Maggie Fox was performing the seance, and he announced himself instantly smitten with her. Never mind that Maggie was a child of 17 years old and Kane was a whole ass grown man of 32. And never mind that being instantly smitten with someone actually just means you want to bone them. Cain brought Maggie home to his parents and said, hark. Here is the child er, I mean the woman, I am going to we D, to which his family was like, not today, bob. They weren't worried about her age, though. No. It was that the canes were a respectable family that practiced whatever Anglo Saxon religion they thought was the one God like best, and they weren't gonna let their grown ass adult son make his own decisions about his own future. So, doctor Kane decided to my fair lady the situation and teach Maggie how to sing The Rain in Spain falls mainly on the plane like a proper young lady so that she could be seen in public without embarrassing him, and so that he could bone her with the blessing of his parents. But then, and this shit is really fucked up. He left for a two year voyage to the Arctic, leaving Maggie with his family. According to American heritage, Maggie promised to give up spiritualism and let Kane's family give her a proper education while he was away. So, Maggie was left stranded in the Pennsylvania countryside by a bunch of uppity strangers who openly didn't like the cut of her jib. And then, after two years, Kane came back and made her sign a fucking declaration disclaiming their relationship. Of all the Tom fuckery in this great big world. Maggie, heartbroken, signed the document, and then Kane was like actually, you know what? I'm just playing. We can stay together. This fucking guy. By 1856, doctor Kane still hadn't made good on his promise to marry Maggie, and before leaving on yet another excursion, he agreed to have a ring exchanging ceremony with her in place of a proper wedding, which he promised her he would do when he got back. He's like the Nathan Detroit of the 19th century. And then, wouldn't you know, doctor Kane died in Havana before ever getting back to make good on his promise to Maggie. After spending 5 years sharing a home with people who hated her,
"bell house" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Make a case he just kinda presented both sides well and what he did was he was the quote. And i think you're right on the money with that with that summation because he said Rep repressing speech has cost. But so does allowing it and the only mature way to judge. The system is to look at both sides of the ledger right. I really kind of says it all. Yeah and he's he's basically saying like it's not enough to be to say freedom of speech exists because we have free speech in the us america's a free country you have to examine why and you have to defend it or else it's just a privilege and privileges are always subject to attack but actual freedom is should be defensible so says we need to defend it especially based on a another op-ed that he was actually talking about by a law professor from fordham. Thane rosenbaum said No there are actual harms to speech. It is caused physical or does cause emotional harm that can in some cases exceed physical harm it can be longer lasting. It can have a greater impact on more people at once And so why do we allow hate speech in the united states and garett ups doesn't have the answer he he just examines the whole question. I think really well. Yeah i thought it was interesting. I mean you know. He makes the point that the same laws that allow for strides of civil rights and feminism and gay rights groups over the years are the same laws that protect the people that have done them such harm over the years And you know like you said you gotta look at both sides of the ledger. it might cause harm. And there's a cost to it right. But ultimately the the freedom my opinion lease outweighs those harm. So there's this guy named jonathan row who garrett ups quotes but he he wrote another option that i read in his idea of why freedom of speech including hate speech is important is because he says that if you suppress beach. You're suppressing thoughts right. So if you suppress hate speech it's still going to be there. It's still going to be boiling under the surface. Peanut there's still going quietly subtly trade in it but you can't refute it. If you allow hate speech it can be refuted loudly biblically. And then from that. And he makes the case that this is why gays in america have made such strides over the last few years. Because of the vicious homophobia that was publicly hurled at them that they stood up and said you know what this isn't true. You know what we deserve this right you know what we're not pedophile. What we should be able to adopt every in shutdown all this stuff systematically and america's watching this back and forth and Gay people one public sentiment just through logic. Yeah he was saying. If you didn't allow that hate speech in the first place right there wouldn't have been that position to address that hate speech improve it wrong. Yeah because you can't suppress hateful ideology it's going to exist. Sure so allow the speech so it can be publicly refuted and just smackdown. Yeah yeah. I think that's probably the best explanation for freedom of speech i've ever heard could wait close to Man thanks a lot. Jonathan rauch You got anything else. No i don't but a little tease before listener mail. We're gonna have a couple of very intriguing followups to recent questions. Okay all right well if you wanna know more about free speech to start talking and since i said that it's time for Whatever chuck's got up his sleeve yet. Before i read the listener mail Two things we on a recent show. We asked about our old buddy sarah the amazing fan and then our old buddy sam. Yeah the summer of sam weirdly enough. We come into the office. And sam's parents dropped off a letter to us. Sam wants to be an intern here. So he's around. he's in college. Yeah doing great. Yup and wants to intern wrote us a letter and for going to try and get him in here. Oh yeah and he wouldn't be our intern specifically for how stuff works right but Over going to burn a lot of currency to make sure he was this job. Yeah i hope it happens. It'd be great. It was good to hear from him in. Sounds like college great. Yeah his resume was stacked buddy. Nice sam And the other thing is. I don't know if you saw this. Because i did the facebook but Catherine mary stewart. Oh yeah of night of the comet played. The older sister reggie And was also in the last starfighter and weekend at bernie's burnish and you know was sort through the darling in the nineteen eighties nineties Still an actor today. does theater where can stuff in movies and tv and radio She got in touch with us. She listened to the malls. Podcasts posted on facebook that we shouted her out and also her hometown edmonton mall And i was just knocked out and told her to email us. She emailed that thinks she lives in new york. And i said hey listen Next time we do a show at the bell house. I want to act out weekend at bernie's outplayed. I'll play the dead. You josh can just puppet me around not like you know. Come and bring family. We'd love to guest list you. Maybe you can hop up on stage and we can chitchat for a minute. Nice i took the liberty of doing that. That was very nice. You know thanksgiving get on stage right. Edit that part out. I just thought that was very cool very cool. Thanks for writing. In catherine. Mary stewart yes invoice. She's found the fountain of youth. Look exactly the same. Oh yeah yes. And sam to looks exactly the same like twenty look like they wouldn't even seventeen thanks dudes. Oh we haven't even done listener amelia and no so listener mail I'm just gonna read it. It's called would you. Rather i feel bad for jerry. She's not going to know where to put the listener. Mealtime right Hey guys finishing listening to soil it and thought i had a surefire argument starter for you guys Josh's rant about the pros and cons of cooking sharing meals. I don't rain reinforced my position on this subject. I'd like to know what you think about it. Here's how you play. would you rather and it's not the sexy when you get to forgo one thing that humans need to do in order to live either eating sleeping or breathing. You can do the thing that you choose to forgo. Of course you just don't need to in order to live and you remain neutral in terms of pleasure or discomfort caused by the lack of the necessity so you don't feel hungry. You don't feel sleepy. You don't feel officiated out to me So he wants to know. What would we do without mine is easy would easily read not brief breathing. Brainer bonehead question. Who would say like. I don't wanna eat. I get a lot out of breathing. Federal giving that one well andrew said he would need. That's the answer that question. He said i would always forgo eating. Because of the money it takes to feed myself and the waking hours i would save. I mean people's that's the two things with food time and money. Yeah yeah yeah but you get so much pleasure breathing. Sure it's free but who cares especially if you're not gonna die from not breathing in. This situation is weird. Fantasy world of his. I say anyone who chooses. And this is andrew talking. I say anyone who chooses to forgo sleep as a dummy. Sure because not only. Are you not saving on food..
"bell house" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"161 FM talk in the triangle. So I saw this story and I immediately knew that Ross was going to be very upset because if there is one modification to the kill Dozer But he just won't shut up about. It's the What they call this again. Carolina squat. Just every day just you know, I can't wait. If you don't know what a Carolina squad is. It's possibly the dumbest vehicle modification I've ever seen. And and I am not anti vehicle mods man. He lifted lifted pickup truck. I grew up in Wyoming. Okay, That was that's just the thing you did. Also, occasionally your catalytic converter would fall off accidentally need to know what happened to it. Was that I had one truck where I have it six inches lift on it foreign to between suspension and body. And and it had a bell. How a modified bell housing so that There was additional clearance up under the middle of the vehicle, so I'm down with that. The difference is Between that a lifted truck. Um and Carolina squad. The Carolina squats the one where they only lift the front of the truck. So the like the drivers staring off into the sky. Have you seen this monstrosity? I only ask because the Legislature passed a bill making it illegal and the governor signed it. So finally something he won't veto. I have a neighbor down the street who has a truck like that, And it's the dumbest thing I've ever seen. It's the loudest, most annoying truck I've ever seen, like when he starts it. You can hear it's down the street. So Yeah, and it goes parallel. What is that? A tank and you look out like you're staring up at the sky, dude. It was. It's dumb. The positioning of the cab is and what makes it loud. He obviously has got glass packs or something on there just to terrify. The neighborhood there, But, um, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I don't know how visually I don't know how you see, Basically, you still be able to kind of do it. You can do it very slightly, according to the bill, but he's cool. He also has his stereo and like speaker, phone is like it's like When he turns the stereo on it broadcast through the entire It's not a megaphone or something stupid. It's the most going truck, huge sound system in there. It's not a normal sound system like literally. It's broadcasting out of the truck like my dad used to have, Uh, Like, you know, you used to have the CB set up so he could he could turn it on and speak out like broadcast out. It's like that. Oh, yeah. Okay, so it's not like No, It's not like it's like a loud or like a Basie stereo. It's literally broadcasting out of it. It's the dumbest car I've ever seen. Everyone hates it. Yeah. You know, heavily modified modified vehicles like that sometimes just burst into flames. I've heard that. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, I'm kidding. Yeah, No, I know that's like the So you, uh, remember looking at it going? This is dumb for the same reason. You think it's done right? Because you're staring into the sky. And obviously, that was the concerned apparently with The General Assembly and the governor. Um The thing that dawn on me, though, why would find it even more annoying than that is, you know, you know how when you drop something in your vehicle right now there's a 50 50 chance. Well, no, because about 75% of the time it will jam itself under your seat in a position he can't reach because Murphy's law or something. There's still a chance it won't if you've got the thing lifted eight inches more in the front, and so you're you know, you're on that 40 that 45 degree angle. Everything you drop guaranteed goes under the seat. I mean, at least you know where it's going, though. Yeah. Then you can see like you can retrieve it. I mean, have to pull over, I guess. Pull. Yeah. Yeah, but even that would be a bunch of work. If you've got a bunch of stuff because you're lazy. Now, if I drop, it's like, you know, where is it could be in the back in the front. This side. There's like it's in the back. But it's not still wait in the back. So going forward. Um, When does this actually take effect December 1st. The alteration of the suspension framework chassis, the height of the front fender four inches or more greater than the height of the rear. So you can still do for 33 inches, I guess. Which I don't know if that will be noticeable, but that's the thing. All right. Hey, Scooter. What's up? Yeah, y'all calling the wrong things. See what happened. It's called the layaway lift. That's all when you could only afford one part of the lift. So it's called the layaway list. We got the other half on layaway. And I think that you know the Southern Poverty Law Center needs to get involved with this. It's discrimination because it is a layaway list because they couldn't afford Uh, the other half of the left. And you know was discriminating, impoverished people to only get 11 part of the lift. Why is everyone of the vehicles? I see what they've done to have $2000 wheels on it. You know, it's all it's a payment plan. I gotta tell you married about $100 a month. I had when I one of the first things because it's just thanks for the thanks for the call that speaker one of the things that blew my mind when I moved to North Carolina. I had never seen it. Yeah, it's right down the street. You know exactly where I'm going. Don't Yes, I do. Yeah, because so, yeah. Just down the street for the radio station. I had been here longer than you. And you pointed, I had driven past it every day and never noticed. And you pointed it out. Yeah. Like what? That's what that is. It's what is it called Rim time? I'm sure there's other variations where you basically come in. And you like You. You lease the wheels of your car. So you can get. You know, the really, really high dollar ones? Yeah, you're leasing the rims. It's just so what? So what happens it just if you don't pay, they come by. And you just on blocks or how does that work, man? I don't know. I don't know anything about. I heard them advertised on one of our stations. So And you know what? Honestly, if people want to go in, and they want to Prioritize that Whatever. None of my business, but holy crap. I had never seen anything like that. And North Carolina, As you know, from a From consumer protection standards as a lot of laws, so I just blew my mind that that was the thing. But whatever Okay? Right, 8889347874. Coverage. Very important Ground. Uh um..
September 6th, 1651: King Charles II Flees for His Life
"Day was september. Sixth sixteen fifty one after fleeing for his life following his defeat at the battle of worcester. Charles the second. The king of scotland and rightful king of england took refuge in a tall oak tree where he remained until the coast was clear a few days earlier on september third oliver cromwell and his parliamentarian forces had won the final battle of the english civil war when it was clear the royalists had lost the twenty one year old charles the second escaped the battlefield on horseback with some of his most trusted men. They rode forty miles through the countryside. Until it last reaching the ruins of the white lady's nunnery on the northern border of shropshire. When they arrived charles troop said about disguising him. They dressed him in old. Clothes cut his hair and smeared his face with soot. It was a necessary measure because cromwell had already dispatched soldiers to hunt down. the road. King wanted posters quickly appeared far and wide and a one thousand pound reward was issued for his capture with the kings safe for the time. Being most of his friends departed to avoid drawing attention to the group. Only richard peril remained with charles to help lead him through the woods on september fifth. The pair fled towards the river. Saverne where they hoped to cross into wales and from their sale to the relative safety of france unfortunately they found that the severn was heavily. Guarded by cromwell's patrols left with no way forward. Charles and richard were forced to turn back the way they came this time. They headed for bosca bell house a remote hunting lodge about a mile away from the nunnery where they'd hidden the night before when they arrived at around three. Am on the morning of september six. They were informed by richards. Brothers that the white lady's nunnery had already been raided by cromwell's soldiers. Another royalist fugitive named major william carlos was also hiding out at bosko bell. He suggested that it would be safer. If charles didn't stay in the house instead. He recommended that the two of them climb a bushy oak tree on the house grounds. That way they could see in all directions and keep tabs on the enemy soldiers. Who would surely come looking for them.
"bell house" Discussed on Never Seen It
"It seems really are so hard. Yeah and i like. I didn't i don't really drive. So that doesn't help like walking from mike to mike but but it i'm just saying like right now out rooms are coming back because it's such a smaller. It's so much harder because you don't have any of the stuff that bigger comedy scenes have. But i do think you're right like eventually life will go on and they'll be like very weird kids who come out to la and want to try something and find a coffee shop. That like won't kick them out if they do whatever it is. I don't think forever that You know i reached out to venue sometimes now like We have sandler for nine days. I'm like okay well. I'm not going to bump him like what you're competing especially out here. It's like we can't Sorry that night. David spade is and they're all guys like me and you're like well we did. You don't seem to get. I gotta show where everybody in. The audience has to eat a vegetable. I say do you know how many times i tried to get the hollywood bowl. Let me run an open mic. I wanted so badly to run a one thousand person. Mike that anyone can perform at and they're just like the bowl. I think like five. I have no idea. I was just like. Let's do an off day tuesday afternoon. I'll run until it's over and they're just like they don't even see that as like an idea they're just like no no and i'm like i'm to reach out to the greek and they're going to say no to no one's going. Well if i do it at a place. Like the virgil then. It's just a regular open mic. I want to do this i want. I want an amplifier with mike plugged right into it onstage. And i'm calling names out of a bucket. And i have a bucket with a thousand names in them and everyone's there and every once in a while you know lady gaga comes up or something you know what i mean you get like eight. Huge people in is tough. And they're like we can't share crows here and yeah okay issue. I understand on her stage. Set off late please please. But you know we'll they'll figure. I thought i want to do that. So bad shoots the experimental stuff that might make money. But probably won't that's probably last in line right now because yeah every all all the artists. Wanna start recouping money all the venues. Wanna start recouping money. It's probably it's probably sadly for someone who has been a part of the scene owes a great deal to it and has tried to do my part to help keep it alive like the weirdos. Probably gotta be last in line right now. I kind of get it makes sense. Sorry we're we haven't made a dollar and a year and a half. I'm sorry we can't do your free show at the place where it costs us. Eight thousand dollars a day. Stay open forever under dome. There's fifteen other ideas that people six people there. Six people in the field instead of the four hundred of domo. We'll put we'll see them up. Close yeah if everyone up close will that make you have made more money tonight as the venue if they all said yes and then you got the booker or like this. How staff who sympathetic feels really intimate even when one eight full great. Thank you thank you. Oh yeah i. When i i was trying to run something like bell house was like i could sell not union harsher. We can use will move up to the bell house. And it's like you got sixty. And i'm like all right sixty and they're like sixty say hall kid. You see sixty people at the bell house. And they're like well if they'll sit down and you know it'll be okay number four for four people will. It will come background. i think it will it. Will i think it'll be all right. Everybody are you a non black person that wants to be an ally but you haven't seen baps how about love jones eve's by you. Are you a black person who already knows and loves these films. If you're either those we've got the perfect podcast for you. Adventures in black cinema with desmond. Thorn joined desmond on a journey through a new black film every week and learn about how the classics the hidden gems and the ratchets of black cinema impact the culture and his own personal film..
"bell house" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I always have guests introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourself. Yeah hi. I'm claude musician. Yeah that's all. I know about myself but it is. It is that the. that's actually. Yeah there's a lot there's a lot to learn that's exciting. I like to you know leave. It open ended here. Here's looking good. Thank you so is yours. Oh my god thank you. I just went swimming in now. I have that wet boy. Look but everybody's trying to get jealous. I wanna go swimming. Oh it's a you know. There's a local y. Near i live. And i go for early morning. Lap swims with like People that are like in their eighties and me and the nice secretly racism matt this before you came on i secretly. There's always like one pretty good swimmer. Who definitely swim in college or something. And i tracked them under the water and secretly raced them. They don't they definitely know. I'm doing this. But that's my that's my current lifestyle is swimming amidst the that's gonna be right like still like eighty like up in the morning like still in the world is not sound like a dream. Yeah that's like oh you know when you're like walking down the street in some the someone's walking in front of you and it's not like they're walking to slow but you wanna pass them now. I have to like a really fast walk at least a block otherwise talk.
"bell house" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"I'm Sarah Austin. Janice. The stories in this hour are about all things new. But what happens when you're a six year old in a time of turbulence, and everything is new and different. Marion busy told our next story at a moth showcase at the Bell House in Brooklyn. Here's Mariam Live at the mouth. Um The year is 1990, my twin brother and I are six years old. We've repurposed our dining room table into a bomb shelter. Now The reason for this was real. Iraq had actually just invaded Kuwait. And so we were living there on DMA. I parents told us that if ever, we heard Rockets sort of come to close to our house that we should run to the living to the dining room table on get under the wood so that we'd be protected from falling rubble. S so we did this a couple of times like drills. My twin brother and I for fun, But we weren't really taking this too seriously because literally nothing had ever happened in Kuwait like except for the discovery of oil. Um, um, My life proceeded like clockwork there, um, you know, pick up from school at three o'clock. Then we go home and have lunch, which always started with clear vegetable soup. And then dishes and then communal family nap time and it was like my life was so regular that we didn't need an alarm clock to know when it was time to wake up. S so the idea that there would suddenly be like rockets falling on our dining room table. I was, like, all right. Um there's a lot of foreign labor and Kuwait because of the oil money. Um, my family is Egyptian. I'd been born in Kuwait, but that didn't give us citizenship rights there. S O R stay. There was contingent on someone in my family having a work visa. Right? So my parents were discussing this. What do we do? Um, what we do, and they decided that my mother would take my twin brother and I back to Egypt, where we were from. On where we spent every summer. On by my father would stay in Kuwait during the war to anchor us there. Um, now my parents were really strong believers in the resilience of Children. Um, which made them really bad communicators. So like they didn't really discuss the plan of us with us. But we like packed our stuff up and with the cooler of food in the back seat of the car. Um, we drove to the border in 1990. There's 500,000 Kuwaiti nationals living in Kuwait. There's 1.5 million foreign nationals living there. We outnumber them 3 to 1. If you can imagine that the border between quit in Iraq there's this enormous line of cars of families going back, either temporarily or permanently to where they were actually from On And so we do all of this. They look at our documents and we load the car back up. And then my dad just like doesn't get into the driver's seat. And he says, you know, be good. Take care of your mother. Like I'll see you see you and like he hugs us, and then my mother gets behind the steering wheel and we're supposed to drive this way and my father is literally the only person going back into Kuwait because to review there's a war on Um and there's no public transport going down that way. Like I'm just looking behind at the rear view mirror and watching him get shorter in the desert and being like, how is he going to get home? Um And I like I know how distressing this sounds. But actually, I was young and and also like the idea of saying goodbye to people abruptly was just an everyday part of my life as as a daughter of People who had migrated for labor. And, um, there was someone who was always like in between school years just leaving right because they're family had repatriated. Um or the you know the first Goodbye that I said to a close family member. I was two years old when my sister who had been my primary care kick caregiver up until that point. Had to go back to Egypt to start college. So this idea that I would just suddenly say have to say goodbye to my dad and then, like See you when I see you, Um what was just a part of my life? It was every day. On bear was something exciting about going home to Egypt like it was the place we spent every summer. It was really exciting. There's great beaches. There are cousins were there, um, horseback riding lessons were there so I was excited a bit to be going back home. Um, but then being somewhere for, like, a summer and then having to, like, resume your life. Some somewhere are two different things. Um and I found that I didn't like Egypt when I had to just be living there. Um, like I didn't have any of my stuff. And I really hated the school that I went to, um everything was on familiar. I didn't like my teachers. And I began every single morning just wailing. And when I mean every when I say every single morning I mean that, literally like Every day. For the time that I was at that school every single day I cried. I'd have to get like peeled away from my mother's Why, but like I was famous for it at the school that I went to, because at six years old, it actually takes a lot of stamina to make a huge scene every morning. Um, so like Was that kid? And then it actually got to the point where this woman who ran the canteen thing that you know, you could be like, buy snacks in the playground and stuff. She would take pity on me. Every morning would sort of like, wait until I've been peeled away from my mother and was like still weeping in the corner and she would come to me and bring me to sit next to her at the canteen and give me an enormous bag of salted popcorn. And a huge, like glass bottle of Coca Cola. Second breakfast and e would sit there and just, like, eat the whole thing and drink the whole thing And then, like, start to feel like a little bit, all right. Um And One day she actually met my mom. You know, like she came and said, and I met her and said Hi. Your daughter has been eating my food all term and hasn't paid me for it.
"bell house" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Thistles. The moth radio hour from p R X. I'm Sarah Austin. Janice. The stories in this hour are about all things new. But what happens when you're a six year old in a time of turbulence, and everything is new and different. Marion busy told our next story at a moth showcase at the Bell House in Brooklyn. Here's Mariam Live at the month. Um The year is 1990. My twin brother and I are six years old. We've repurposed our dining room table into a bomb shelter. Now The reason for this was real. Iraq had actually just invaded Kuwait. And so we were living there on DMA. I parents told us that if ever, we heard Rockets sort of come to close to our house that we should run to the living to the dining room table on get under the wood so that we'd be protected from falling rubble. S o. He did this a couple of times like drills. My twin brother and I for fun, But we weren't really taking this too seriously because literally nothing had ever happened in Kuwait like except for the discovery of oil. Um, um, My life proceeded like clockwork there, um, you know, pick up from school at three o'clock. Then we go home and have lunch, which always started with clear vegetable soup and then dishes and then communal family nap time. And it was like my life was so regular that we didn't need an alarm clock to know when it was time to wake up. S o. The idea that there would suddenly be like rockets falling on our dining room table. I was, like, all right, there's a lot of foreign labor and Kuwait because of the oil money. My family is Egyptian. I'd been born in Kuwait, but that didn't give us citizenship rights there. S O R stay. There was contingent on someone in my family having a work visa. Right? So my parents were discussing this. What do we do what we do, and they decided that my mother would take my twin brother and I back to Egypt, where we were from. On where we spent every summer. On by my father would stay in Kuwait during the war to anchor us there. Um, now my parents were really strong believers in the resilience of Children. Um, which made them really bad communicators. So like they didn't really discuss to find us with us. But we like packed our stuff up and with a cooler of food in the back seat of the car. Um, we drove to the border in 1990. There's 500,000 Kuwaiti nationals living in Kuwait. There's 1.5 million foreign nationals living there. We outnumber them 3 to 1. So if you can imagine that the border between quit and Iraq there's this enormous line of cars of families going back, either temporarily or permanently to where they were actually from On And so we do all of this. They look at our documents and we load the car back up. And then my dad just like doesn't get into the driver's seat. And he says, you know, be good. Take care of your mother like I'll see you see you and like he hugs us, and then my mother gets behind the steering wheel and we're supposed to drive this way and my father is literally the only person going back into Kuwait because to review there's a war on Um and there's no public transport going down that way. Like I'm just looking behind at the rear view mirror and watching him get shorter in the desert and being like, how is he going to get home? Um And I like I know how distressing this sounds. But actually, I was young and and also like the idea of saying goodbye to people abruptly was just an everyday part of my life as as a daughter of People who had migrated for labor. And there was someone who was always like in between school years just leaving right because they're family had repatriated. Um or the you know the first Goodbye that I said to a close family member. I was two years old when my sister who had been my primary care kick caregiver up until that point. Had to go back to Egypt to start college. So this idea that I would just suddenly say have to say goodbye to my dad and then, like See you when I see you, Um what was just a part of my life? It was every day. On bear was something exciting about going home to Egypt like it was the place we spent every summer. It was really exciting. There's great beaches. There are cousins were there, um, horseback riding lessons were there so I was excited a bit to be going back home. Um, but then being somewhere for, like, a summer and then having to, like, resume your life. Some somewhere are two different things. Um and I found that I didn't like Egypt when I had to just be living there. Um, like I didn't have any of my stuff. And I really hated the school that I went to, um everything was on familiar. I didn't like my teachers. And I began every single morning just wailing. And when I mean every when I say every single morning I mean that, literally like every day for the time that I was at that school every single day. I cried. I'd have to get like peeled away from my mother's side. But like I was famous for it at the school that I went to, because at six years old, it actually takes a lot of stamina to make a huge scene every morning. So.
"bell house" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hit, we get pulled down for that one. That's a damn good algorithm. I have no idea when that band was where they were from how they From Mars. German Ah bar that kind of it's a weird I'm gonna get into a completely because I'll just sit there and watch this stuff all day long. But let me tell you, it's a real how do you spell their names? Just like she? She h i n k A. I asked jingles con just come Ganga's con, but it's not that genius. This, um, band at a Germany or something in the seventies, and they're all there's a guy, the lead singer just like Omar Sharif had really long hair anywheres that big hat the term. Well, there's another guy to the other guy has on this one. Yeah, he was just sitting upon a throne. That's like the height, man. He doesn't sing or anything. He just did what she comes down, spends her up. Yeah, he's probably the he's probably just spend galley of the group will remember what happened to him. Remember when we used to follow that bands? I don't know what happened already, and I'm still alive. I don't know. But that one died because in the last thing he was the hotel manage, didn't work out. Okay, Well, you know, that's whisper. The man died. He had a disease, but I'm this sad that he ended up being a what? Hotel? Hotel manager. Do you think he was still doing the moves? I think it's I will take you to your room that he probably you know, the L fear if he was a bellhop or something? He's due to have the outfit that like he wore during Look, brother. I wish she could be. Even though he was making probably more money than a bellhop. He probably wished he could be the Bell House. Better outfits bode well for tips to there's like 18 people in this band. People have no idea. People should not have any idea we're talking about. But if you you know what you will enjoy yourself if you find this band on YouTube and watch them and I don't know what they're on, like some sort of German version of solid gold. I have no idea what the show is called. There have to be some of them left. I want to look them up. I want one of them. I want them. We don't usually do interviews. But if there are any remaining members of jingles, con I'm doing great, some kind of band from somewhere in some era. I want to talk to that person somewhere in space and time. This is for somebody. I don't know. So are they. German or Russian? Are Prussian Pride Brush own Prussian? I have no idea. They're polish. Yeah, I mean, that's right. But I got a feeling the USSR, their German euro disco pop, and, according to Wikipedia, chairman Euro disco pop band legend Idea Worth Gang height, Hiko. Wolf game and Stefan Track. Yeah, Those are the two dudes. Well, one of them's got to still be around when it comes the money anyway, One of the bald guy anyway used to call him the money will be you'll be delighted. You'll be delighted if you pull up jingles con on your YouTube and watch it. This is a guarantee. This is a guarantee. All right. We have some audio we can do here. There's about you know, we had the big news from Trump yesterday about getting banned from Facebook indefinitely definitely means in six months. They got to make the decision. They've got to make the decision looking at their e. I gotta Balog. You do have a bowl of the black But you There's a rare audio of you. You actually talk to Candace Owens. She's like a conservative firebrand, and you called into her brand new show. It's available on lots of video platforms. Hype Man for the Candace Owens was surprised that she actually made on YouTube. The way surprised how does that work? Isn't everything pulled off it has Trump even suggested that I was able to find it right on YouTube YouTube. There's that they have some leeway. Trump Trump got some leeway on YouTube. Apparently, we're gonna be doing three. Our interviews of Jordan Peterson coming up very soon. So he was on the canvas, Owens. And how'd that go? Are you going to run in 2024? If so, Can I be your vice president? That's very interesting. Well,.
"bell house" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"They want to. Take dan to how we're over here now. Hey it crashes. We flipped on amir and news or we didn't different yada yada and kiss my button address of soccer. You know so. This is if we didn't have guys helping. And you got your own derek. God derek if you ain't got derek screwed and you are on at the mercy of these platforms and that's one thing James corporate and. I are doing a show this evening and kind of talking about world news and solutions and so we're gonna be focusing on. I think we're going to be yacking. About and using the internet and y- i might mention a couple of billion times but not really that so much each where we got a place to go you sane. At beginning of last year in january twenty is when we started making a demonstration that you know we could be off. And i go. Hey we're back. We're here to say our over there and yeah we do so donna. Does i mean she goes in. She puts up the newsletter on the social media. She does this thing in a couple of stories of what. Look i don't care you know. It does increase the traffic. I get more or something. And i don't care because i i don't care and it's like you know who's president of you now. Okay so it's It's something we know about. And i just can't bring myself to engage on twitter facebook and all it's what free can brain suck and people are starting to realize they're not happier. They're not more effective. They're not doing anything you know. I know different parties. And stuff. And i go. Hey ernie you go into go we talking about. Oh did you see either know where did all on facebook. I obviously didn't see it. You want to communicate with me. You communicate with me not my avatar on some something that i don't look at it and pay attention to anyway. You know. i can't tell you. How many times facebook data like. Wow you got that ivy in your arm. that's how you communicate everything. That's how while you're bitching about it. Yeah i bitch about facebook on facebook okay. Yeah so that's one thing is getting off. I mean take a freaking break. Now my kids do they did got to where especially this pandemic. They did get other news there from the beginning and then they started to realize that you know because they had been conditioned to it. They you know they. They've understood you know they've been activists kids for their whole can life they go and look man. I tell you what's going to happen. They're going to get you thinking this way. Once you do that. You're going to react to this. You're gonna and you're gonna be unhappy. Well when that started actually happening okay hammer done so they just they just stop but we wanted to have the ability to communicate so the best way has been tax which is same thing. I mean the other commitments. Your peer to peer direct. You got a group. And then they'll take off and you're not allowed so the kids you know i'm going there needs to be a mechanism for you. Have a pirate communication boxer. You in between a and families you know that was really what kind of started this whole. Ipo best pirate boxing. You can do it for the planet. Okay do that too about the very least i just give you know sixty dollars worth of stuff to each one of the kids and we got her own family. Communication nodes just connected on each one we could share picture do and have storage kind of suck it and know the hash i. There's no like secret or plan you know downfall universe or anything it's just You don't need to see my three d. Super picture of my unborn grandson and put them in the facial recognition before he was born on facebook. Crap i'm going why. Why are we what. Why are we doing that. You know because it's yeah you sell your soul for big net gala decline. We yesterday share this. You get a little bit of history and you know. Oh my god. You're you're not on the computer. We got up early. You know i did all my work and sent. You know the stories to be put up and didn't everything while he did his home schooling. And so on you know We were staying in one of my sons as Four kids two boys two girls near like eleven down to five and they're just awesome. You know it's just. I mean i could awesome and we used to get them all the time you know every monday. They all come over a lot of times. We'd babysit when they were really young. And and impact on them. You know they you know they will my god. They asked grandpa question question. Then they go papa. How come the oil hall. We go away everything and then that segues in you know how that is done. You know the grass green. Well you'll this you know what is green electromagnet waves. The son of white late of i mean you know you want to know. We're going to know. Mostly because i wanna know and i don't know we go find out and then i you know so i said. Let me tell you what i know. I know how to go find out. So that's what we're gonna do. That's really what they learn then My grandson and i went to look at and taking the engine out of the bus. Which is in the east east east east east east east superstition mountain. Apache junction out. No my goodness east valley. That's why we were standing out there with them. Because they were the closest who is still thirty minutes more out to go out there and so he took some drone footage some pictures of them just mailing and how it comes down. It's cool how that engine is it. Take the rear bumper off the bus. And there's a rails to things that this whole engines sets on iraq sets on those rails bolted down new joins bolts and everything that hold that on that rail undo those slides out. You're disconnected from the bell housing on the transmission big giant freaking v. A diesel two stroke. Oh my god you take off all the okudaira and it just slides out or then they fork lifted onto truck. You know. And then they take. They're taking you know just yard where they're doing that so you don't have a bus sitting in your yard for ever. And then they take it out. And they're starting to dismantling take pictures and measurements kinda in order all the stuff do it so as fast as they get it down because i know that i what i want. I want march eight. I want to have it to where. I'm in austin for float fast and definitely won't go to that and say do but it would thus and then we'd do much here using everything has some punt. But if i don't you know we'll we'll take one of the cars and donkeys pretty nice and we can you know sleep in the back of that sucker and we can do that and then we done have before. So we'll go. there has some fun. Get some interviews. You know Press the flesh and maybe even an everywhere because we can and these are the ones that we can roll up really tight and get a bunch of them. Do to bunch of times. And i'm i'm all over the signed thing. These guys need to beat date. They need you know. We're gonna be doing lot here before we leave. We've been getting everything. I'll setup you've been doing it. We probably done hundreds. You know the smaller ones. But i wanna get into. Mass production is not the big ones. I want big ones. If they're not at least you know five six seven eight. I've got a bunch of four by eight Stanton stuff that we're doing. Yeah because they need it. Want to accept bitcoin at your online store. There's a good chance you already have. What you need a wordpress using commerce and a bitcoin address now all. You need to start taking bitcoin payments on your website. Is the any pay app on your android or iphone just past your bitcoin address into any pay then connected to your website with our one. Click plugin for wordpress now. Your website takes. Bitcoin start to finish in fifteen minutes or less with no complicated steps. Download any pay from the app store today. 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"bell house" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"President joe biden signed executive this week ending the federal use of private prisons. But are eric off reports. The order does not extend to privately run immigration facilities including the northwest. Ice processing center in tacoma washington formerly known as the northwest detention center. The facility is run by geo group and is one of the largest in the country. Meru more of pondo is a community organizer with the group stem zia which has long called for the center shutdown she sees biden's order as misleading knock solution to they the attention enterprise the has been built and now we have to push kim and he sometimes many stretch to start facing out private detention and ultimately close all detention centers. The president's executive order is a continuation of an obama era policy. It directs the justice department not to renew contracts with private prisons more than fourteen thousand. People are housed in these facilities as of one year ago eighty-one percent of people detained in ice custody were held in privately owned facilities according to the aclu washington state. Lawmakers are considering a house. Bill ten ninety which would ban private for profit detention facilities of their states including new mexico maryland or also working on banning private prisons marketwatch reports ameritrade has restricted access to game stock. Amc and other securities as retail traders. Continue to send the markets for a loop fox business answer market did give the retailer stock. A bit of a slap in the face after hours trading ended with the stock falling nine percent. The dow jones down six hundred points wednesday for its worst bay since october of twenty eighth. Not dakota families facing hardships could see some relief from state lawmakers with a bill that calls on the state to cover school meal expenses for all students over the next two years this week. The house education committee heard testimony and the bell house bill. Fourteen thirteen with set aside more than eighty million dollars and legacy funds to ensure each public. School student has access to free breakfast and lunches through the school year. Supporters say it's a response to increasing need but also to help end lunch. Chaim for lower income kids. Chrysanthemum peterson apparent and paraprofessional at man. Dan highschool believe more families. Need this help. And one might think i have seen families who don't qualify for free lunch struggle to pay for lunch and sometimes the kids don't eat even middle class. Families can struggle at times to pay orleans. The bill's sponsor says despite enhanced federal lunch aid during the crisis. The state can offer a cushion for families as the pandemic subsides. I'm mike moen. This is p. m. s now producers. File a pair of reports to follow up on positive. Biden's package of executive orders this week designed to fight climate change curb pollution as well as addressing environmental justice. We begin with mark richardson. The directives establish a new federal office of climate change and a national climate task force to work on global warming renewable energy in public health. Dr scott williams director of the healthy environmental alliance of utah believes any plan to cover. These issues must also focused on bringing benefits to all utahns. The health effects of the vernon pollution has been visited primarily on disadvantage populations for people people's color dishes people and that's true in utah. I think it's really important that as we solve this. We need to make sure. The solutions are across all populations. The administration is directing forty percent of clean energy investments toward under served and marginalized communities the colorado chapter of green latinos welcomes the trove of executive order signed by president. Joe biden this week. Ian to foia with the group says colorado in rural areas small towns and cities understand something more needs to be done to address more powerful frequent wildfires prolonged drought and other impacts of a warming planet. And they're concerned that the climate crisis. I hear loss from them about wanting to be part of this coming in green revolution. And i think there's a huge opportunity here laid out for all of us. In colorado urban and rural to benefit biden sweeping orders include investments in communities affected by pollution and other measures aimed at building a net zero emission economy by twenty fifty oil industry group. See the moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public lands as an attempt to delay drilling until it's no longer viable which they claim will cost jobs others say even more needs to be done and faster to avoid the worst impacts of climate change and sees on economic opportunities of clean energy transition. I'm eric gladys finally some kentucky lawmakers are proposing a statewide voucher program based on tax credits. So families can send their kids to private schools. But there's more to the story. Here's nadia ramleh. Gone house bill. One forty nine donors like major corporations a special interest tax break for giving money to privately controlled organizations that use the funds to pay kids private school. Tuition critics say that would drain twenty five million dollars from the state budget in. Its first year alone. They at county public schools teacher. Jenny bolander says she understands why. Some families choose private schools but thinks public tax. Money shouldn't be used to pay for them. We've had textbooks cut for the past two years. We've had no professional development funds. I think title one got reduced. It's just a lot of the funding gap between students in wealthy and poor districts in the commonwealth is now almost three thousand dollars per student. This is by clifford for public news. Service member listener supported radio stations all across the nation and online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the heartland news weather center now is likely today with a sixty percent chance accumulation of less than one inch high near thirty tonight. Cloudy transitioning to clear conditions overnight heading into thursday low around sixteen. There will be sunny skies in store for thursday with like with high near thirty one. That's the latest weather. Chacao more news and weather on our website to top lands news dot com super bowl. So check it out you'll find it on the homepage. Sports byline dot com and speaking of the nfl. The detroit lions have had no shortage of suitors when it comes to teams enquiring about trading for quarterback matthew stafford about one third of the league has reached out to the lions to discuss a possible trade involving the veteran quarterback. The lions will likely receive at least one future first round pick in exchange for stafford and after twelve seasons together. Stafford and the lions have mutually agreed to part ways via trade. Lions coach. dan campbell in general manager matt holmes. Who were both hired earlier this month. New prior to there being higher that the lions were planning to trade stafford who still has two years remaining on his current contract and the lions have fallen on hard times over the past three seasons during that span detroit posted a fourteen thirty three and one record and the lions lack of success led them to firing coach matt patricia and five games with five games remaining on the twenty twenty regular schedule. So we'll keep an eye on that situation we're going to be talking with claudio reyna injustice second considered one of the greatest soccer players in. Us history. He's now the sporting director for the mls expansion austin fc and we'll build and oversea the team soccer operations austin fc joined major league soccer as the twenty seventh club. In the city of austin's first major league team and then larry merchant will be here longtime commentator for hbo's sports presentations of hbo world championship. Boxing boxing after dark and hbo pay per view telecast. He's been called the greatest television boxing analyst of all time. And then we'll talk some basketball with kenyon. Martin power forward who played fifteen years in the nba after playing college ball at cincinnati and he was the first overall pick in the two thousand draft by the nets. We've got you on america's sports talk show.
Historic Middle Collegiate Church Destroyed In East Village, New York, Fire; Cause Under Investigation
"Massive fire Guts, a historic East Village church home to one of the oldest church bells in the country. The fire, breaking out early Saturday morning in a vacant building on East Seventh Street and quickly engulfing the Middle Collegiate Church on Second Avenue. That was our fourth building. We have been the collegiate church since 16 28, the oldest continuous Protestant church in North America, more than 200 firefighters battling the blaze, which destroyed the church's Gothic style sanctuary, the face Of the New York Liberty Bell, housed in the steeple was not immediately known. The bell was cast in Amsterdam in 17 29 and is is about about 25 25 years years older older than than the the the cracked cracked cracked Liberty Liberty Liberty Bell Bell Bell Bell in in in in in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. David David David David David David David Folk Folk Folk Folk Folk Folk Folk Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas W. W. W. W. W. W. W. O O O O O O O R R R R R R R News News News News News News News
Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace
"It guess what we have a guest. We were supposed to have her at the Bell House in Brooklyn, but she is here with us today the Emmy Award. winning. Star of will and Grace Debra. Messing is GonNa, join US tastic. All right. Let's call some friends play some games. Have a good talk. Thankfully. This couple is available at they're not only a couple. They host a podcast called couples therapy where they talk about relationships with comedians themselves. It's both life-affirming and funny, which is a nice combination not like my therapy. We have. Andy. Beckerman and Naomi Eck Paragon Hey. Hey so at you're obviously your house. Yes. Yes. Self Quarantine Day eighteen dating. You're in Los Angeles yes we are. Already a city of self. Quarantine. Works out really well, I was telling these guys that I had a stranger talked me from six feet away and it was just something nice. They were like Oh look over by that tree. There's a eagle's nest and I was like Oh. This is so heartwarming a conversation with a stranger. Missing this and then he was is it an amazing Hell Mother Nature Continually rejuvenates the earth and provides I was like Oh not this guy. We just don't get along normally so it's not going to start now. Like a stack of books with. That he was tossing out. Anyone who would take him. So. Funny. The little conversations you're having now being bored because I'm really, I'll tell Andy any thought in my head. Yes. So a couple couple in captivity how's it going? It could be worse like actually not bad. We've had an eighteen days to arguments I think that's about it. We had two arguments. It was like a real uncomfortable though because we got an argument and then I went in the bedroom you know what I mean like I just like sat there and was like well I guess it's Cool out where I think normally I would have left the house or I would have like gone like met a friend. Do you know what I mean like I'm getting a drink and then cool out This time it was like. The bedroom till you forgive me. S. Oh Yeah. I'm going to the other side of the couch while the exact. I like actually hanging out with people via zoom now because you can like I'm at home we're talking but I could just get up and go get something from Fridge I love that we should all be at home but hanging out with people but they're not in our house. Yeah. Don't clean up they leave. Don't have to get there. Yeah. Is Acceptable. Right, the only problem I have is you can't leave. Here to Leo do though you can always just fake an internet outage. It's very easy. You just. Just leave the meeting, and then you you take something like, sorry, my incident. You Guys WanNa, play a game. Do you WanNa just a little escapist quiz I would love to. Competition. We need healthy competition right now. Okay. So your podcast is called couples therapy. We have audio quiz for you called Tele Therapy. So basically, we're GONNA play a clip of a TV therapist and you're just going to identify the show. Okay we'll start with an easy one. This is for you andy. Hello, Claire. I'm listening. Oh Frazier. Frazier. That's right. Raising grade were you a fan of that show? Did you ever watch that show in its I watched it for many years and then Niles and Daphne got together. Yeah. I was like it's Okay I will say, actually one of our fights guys was. Its own Andy He's a niles. I'm not wrong. He said I was Eddie the dog. Oh. Yes. That's that's pretty harsh. In fairness it was a cute dog does he could you talk a lot of tricks? No. Okay. Because I am anyone I am Marty. Crane okay. I'm sitting in a chair and I am saying. Either me? And so ed he was he's a police detective and that's what you want to be through. I wanted to the the woman that he did the radio show with Ross Ross Ross. Thanks thank you. I ever a buzzfeed quiz now. All right now is your chance Naomi. Here we go. The comic plays that therapist in this clip when a best guest actress Emmy for the role I committed adultery I betrayed a friend I'm an awful person alley. Every patient that comes into this office thinks that he or she is the world's biggest loser for the first time I. Agree. There's a hint in the clue the name I know alley. Oh God I don't know two and a hand. Yeah. Dancing Baby. Oh, fudge. Okay. Ally mcbeal ally mcbeal is correct but what I remember loving do you Elliott Bill took a black lover. You know she was with Jesse l Martin who played collins in the original cast of red. went onto become such a star. Yes remember thinking. That little bony. Lover. I'm very into it. All right Andy, this comedy central show was animated in.
The Alabama Chanin Story
"A leader in the slow fashion movement. Can you describe what slow fashioned is? How do you think about it? Well you know. We first started talking about slow fashion on of as a derivative of the slow food. Newsman I think you know in many ways that That industry is light years ahead of where fashion so people started really looking at the way things were planted and grown much sooner than we did with textiles also I think a lot of what's being done around. Sustainable sustainable fashion is really taking cues from that movement. What made you start your own act. Actually let's just go back. What's your background in in the fashion business and textiles? Obviously this is a really good question. Well I do. I have a degree in what's called environmental design from North Carolina State University. Which sounds very modern today but really it was Degree that was kind of based on the house education so did a double major that today's called the Anti Albert's programs at a degree in Like design fundamentals and Textile design sort of handmade textiles on. And then I have another degree in industrial textile design so at at North Carolina State University. Water the other degrees other than the environmental design. So if you're doing environmental design where he not doing yes so I think the structure. There's a little bit different now when you were there. When I was there it started out you either. Signed into textile design product design graphic design architecture and landscape so environmental design is really cross disciplinarian. Volvos correct it was sort of modeled after the bow house Wheel of learning You know I think. A lot of people know that when the Bell House designers left Germany some of them settled in the mountains of North Carolina in a place called Black Mountain and that was very influential in the in the school of design which is now called the College of design at NC state income. So so how did you get into the fashion business out after he left school? Well that's a really good question I You know I just imagined when I graduated from. Nc State is that was kind of cradle the textile industry. At that time that I would be have been working in Charlotte or you know somewhere around. North Carolina there quite a few factories In a lot of textiles being made in that area while I was in school and I graduated in eighty seven and it was sort of the beginning of the great migration. Or let's call it the the next migration because excels are pretty migratory It's a pretty migratory industry so when I graduated there really had a really hard time finding a job in North Carolina and I You know I just you know back. In those days you had to go to the library. And there are books that listed all the companies that Were working in textiles in New York. And so a sent-off about sixty letters and you know. I got like five responses and I came up to New York for a week and interviews and at the end of the week I got an offer from a company calls US joint junior sportswear NASC- so third floor with I think that the Tagline was do use use you like a jeans and t shirt company. I started out there just as an assistant designer and went from there. And how did you come to the point where you started your own line? You know. It's kind of a roundabout story. After as you I worked for a company called sub studio. That was doing all the manufacturing and samples and India so spent some time going back and forth between New York and India. And after I Stopped doing that job. I actually sort of changed the focus and became a stylus so working on the other side of the camera you know instead of on the design and manufacturing side. I was Doing costume design and So I did that for a decade and During a sabbatical that I was taking my life as a as a stylist. I wound up. You know cutting apart some t shirts and sewing them back together again by hand and a low down half that eventually became a business very crazy story. And what led you to Florence Alabama to have a headquarters for your business model. Florence is my hometown so You know It took me a while to kind of figure out this when I was sowing the t shirts in the beginning that actually what I was doing looked very much like a quilting stitch and so is living in New York on Twenty Third Street and at the Chelsea Hotel and I started going around the garment. Destroy Looking for. You know embroiderers to help me do this. This vision of having these two hundred. One of a kind t-shirts Buying recycle t shirts from the Salvation Army and goodwill's and You know as the joke. I think some of these places thought of as a bag lady would come in with like these backs of recycled t shirts cut up and I wanted them. To put these elaborate embroideries on them and they're like Oh lady no so I mean I remember very clearly the afternoon I was standing on eight and thirty eight And I looked down at one of the pieces. Just kind of dumbfounded on. Why couldn't figure out of getting these made in New York and you know just sort of hit me like a light. Bulb went off like. Oh these. This is a quilting stretch. And if I want to have these made in this way that him sewing them I need to go home where there is still some ladies who had quoted with my grandmother who had this little quilting circle. That would get together once a way to do this. Quilts and thought will F. I go home I could have this made and so the idea was that it was just going to be a one off project. I was going to have these. T shirts made wanted to make this documentary film about old Tom quilting circles so I went home. And you know the the humor in it. Was that You know the little ladies who'd quilted with my grandmother really weren't interested in New York City fashion or you know doing this work. They were talking about the grandkids and planning collards. And you know all the things that they had to do outside of the They're quilting was kind of community service work and so we just ran added random at a newspaper that said part time. Hand sewing and quilting. We got about Again I think you know there were about fifty sixty responses in about twenty of the ladies stock and started doing the hand sewing and then we presented that first collection of Two hundred t shirts during New York fashion week in February of two thousand and one I had a friend who became a partner and then another partner. So we You know it's gun of history. The first person to come to the door was Julie. Bill Hart from Barneys and
Police: Women vanish with Le'Veon Bell's jewelry worth $500K
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