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Fresh update on "benjamin" discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Helps to people find love at home. Not only is that not a lot of info. I so don't know what it means would info that they have offered. This is one bit of insider. Oh who is hiding around the corner jassam. They're not in the offices right now. I don't think but. I still have all the offices out. No i mean. I think we all know this just being in space. It doesn't matter what ryan babies doing. He's going to get the numbers. So and i really gino perish to as an actress. So i don't and human i again. I'm not really into coyotes. Or creeks and movie is about to. I'm with you on that. They say christmas around the world party as if that's the thing. Is that a thing that people are doing when they when they ran with the quickness. Cookie crawl a couple of years ago. It was a thing that people do know cooking. Yeah look any homework where they have to plan. A holiday party is just instant excitement for me. So i but here's the thing i don't know if they are planning this or if they're just a part of it i could already be planned. That is unsure alonzo not to get too far into the weeds here but does anybody from odd that the first one out of the gate. Which is i think more often than not like the first pancake. you know. it's kind of the one where you sort of throw out there and it's like you know just we have to. We have to prime the pump with something. Danika mckellar like one of the triumphant of the like leading ladies of the network. They're tossing her out in the first time. What what's that about yeah. I was actually really curious about that to lonzo and not only does she benjamin eyres. Who's a wonderful hallmark leading man. But you drop the nostalgia with the wonder years. So i look danika. Mckellar is not gonna ever let herself if first pancake on the girdle kinda gal. So i'm i was also wondering what that situation was because i think clearly she.
Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'
"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few
Fresh update on "benjamin" discussed on Conversations
"Kind of like that. Colin hay of coursing. Who can it be now. Which was the first hit single for minute work and then that was followed. I think pretty much straight away with dan. Onda did that appeared in your life. Feel like it was happening in fast forward. You know even at the time that that successful seemed to snowball snowball. I mean The record company gave us a deal for a single. That's much confidence. they said. Well we'll let them make a single so made who can be known. It went to number two so we'll let them make an album so there are few things that came together at the same time. Synchronicity which caused our success. I think Contributing factors too. There was an american record producer in sydney at the time and he was brought to see by peter competent who signed the band and he said he wanted to produce this and he was very good knew what he was doing in the studio. Because you know we did not so. He was very good at thame producing the songs and producing us. But i think that. I think it was one of those things where i'd been thinking i'd been dreaming about this for fifteen years. I'd been kind of plotting scheming and and we were quite confident in ourselves. We were quite self-assured in the sense that we we thought that we had something different. And of course we'd been playing to live audiences before we made a record me. Audiences kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger. Even a little head made a record so we were playing sometimes a thousand people in melbourne and that was ridiculous and we didn't have the record anything you know so he knew that people were were liked what we did is kind of different sound and so forth so but when the when the when the first album hit it was really. This is just kind of Snowballing little spot is all over the world. America was the last country to really pick up the band so we had lake between six and nine months before they finally finding kicked in to over there. You know it felt like we were in control of what was going on but of course he'll you're just you're trying to trying to cope really you know and then do the best job you can really and i. I thought i knew everything and it turns out that i knew nothing. Well what did you think you you with things like. I think that when you're when you're in your obviously i don't know what it's like. Newly between a man and a woman going through a similar situation it would be very very different clearly. But when you're being a man. Or i i believe you can have hit certain periods of your life where instinctively supposed to hit your stride. You know and i seem to hit my stride. The right moments recognize that. I recognize that there was something outside of myself which was at work here and i just had to respond to it so i find myself standing in the light you know and you go on in the light so you you respond to that and you got to step up and you're going to go to perform or else. She shy away from it. Or else you you sabotage it you know you. You can do all kinds of things to miss it up. You know i wanted. I wanted to do greater and greater things with a lot of things. I think we have five or six main together Communication skills have a limited. And i think that met at work essentially a very huge thing. It was a huge thing which was kept very small by when i consider it to be small-mindedness and people not recognizing the phenomenon of what we wear you know Having said that probably it wasn't a band that was really destined to go the distance like a lot of bands. Do great respect whether it's The rolling stones or u2. Other benjamin you can think of that that seemed to stand the test of time and there seems be some console a unifying force within the band. And that's what we didn't really have in the end which was really sad aspect of of the of the bad men at work. The band minute. What was definitely it was six people. Five people on stage manager as well and The six of us created the success to become the biggest ban in the world and then all of a sudden we were not a few years ago. You reached out to a young musician. Justin bieber who on the surface seems to be a very different sort of musician from you. What could you relate to in what was happening to him. Or what could you see as possible. Pitfalls i guess he must have had to negotiate when your career was in that kind of place that particular time. I felt for justin bieber because everyone was seemed to be slamming him for his behavior and everyone seemed to be negating or minimizing his talent. What i felt that. I wanted to express to him or to anybody for that matter but at that particular time he was he was just the guy that was gonna seem to beginning hammered by everybody that the thing that will never leave you is your talent is your ability to do the work that phrase that i always come back to. Which is which i firmly. Believe in that if all else fails you know. Creativity will can always be a salvation. People can't take that from you..
"benjamin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"That has an amazing voice. Is like i consider him like goals for me. Well like having a recording studio in your house. Yes recording animated. Oh my god you doing voiceovers. That's if any was listening. Yeah and you want like a knockoff. Should he version of h jon benjamin christian long it's pood- dollar seventy two. Yeah instagram reach out See long benjamin about. He's john bench. he's got the perfect career. You do sound like him. i could be knock version. Yeah i really off blind to a little self deprecating. Sure i can do what he does about the gas that we have Okay this is from any any e. n. e. How would you say what the last name lag guns. Add lions ad l. a. g. u. n. z. Noggins loggins art. Noggin said a an here. I think subject hello from the philippines. Hey i think this might be our first letter from the philippines that we've read dear jason christian. I am happy. I discovered your podcast late into the game because i can choose which interviews to listen to i. I haven't caught up yet because work books chores lessons than netflix. Interrupt my listening Okay any that's a lot of things. I get work and chores get lessons. But i get netflix. To okay ad book. Sorry never mind the shame on me and he says no shame on you even though i tried to she or she oh That i could not tell you. Oh i can't tell you because there is a photo accompanying it. I don't know if i can say adorable photo. Storable of a young na or maybe that's an age now but it looks like an older photo if that's any now he is like the most advance human alive and just shamed her for doing chores toddler. She she looks about three in this photo. She is truly adorable. One of the cutest photos. I've ever seen okay back to any. But on days that i have to go out. I'm sure to have it on in the car. I enjoyed the banter a lot and look forward to your post game analysis. Well hopefully you're enjoying this post game I like diarrhea stories. Like to know. I'd like i'm sure a did her share diarrhea when she was that age. I'm sure yeah. Maybe not in her pants at hotel I'd like to know. Would you rather be a zombie. Apocalypse survivor is great..
"benjamin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Your kids are they into your show. They watch your show bob's burgers archer. Yeah he used to think he follows either anymore. Do you have voices. does he sound like you. He does have kind of a deep voice But he stopped watching both of them. Maybe when he was in like fourteen or fifteen. We used to watch bob swingers together. When i was young young it's been so long now it has when it started. We he was. We would watch together but now he doesn't yeah. How often do you get to record. East i mean obviously now. We're recording everything separately but Was there a time when you guys were able to record together. It was that let you and kristen. And the rest of the gal that was pre pre pandemic. That was the last time we did that now. They record archers was recorded separately since the beginning. Show the we all did our parts Individually so you never really see each other until you're doing some sort of promotional thing exactly. Yeah i didn't meet the cast of archer till a year the summer after the show came out my when we first promoted it. Yeah Funny when i met them at a to. Cca's yeah yeah and now we're mid pooh-pooh in my car right before a long story. I know we have time. That's the nice thing about podcasts. Pooping i've told the story on aisha podcast so i won't tell the whole thing ago. Version is i- diarrhea and my shorts and they played it. It was like the worst night of my life. And then i met the cast that like we had like an eight. Am had had diarrhea all night. John p on people will people to the aftermath of flying first class. Maybe for the first time..
"benjamin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Much more frequently once people started airing. My voice has so I think sean benjamin a lot more after hearing a lot of mentions of meat too. But now i'm curious you if i really agree. Because i've only heard him as those now as these carriers so you know. I've also gotten a an ex girlfriend. Used to save that ice hound. I think she's right. I sound like the dog in family. Oh yeah oh yeah brother We're doing today just kind of at that kind. Yeah it's seth macfarlane but it's like a sort of doing we'll say he's seth mcfarland he doesn't he kind of fancy himself like a rat pack dean martin and he kind of does that. That's very natural sounding voice for him as it is for you. But i've heard that too. But i'm curious to hear the real version of h benjamin except only hurt his character. Well you're everyone's about to. Let's do it okay. here it is. I was just gonna say one thing about your that. brian impression that you do sounds like my impression of you. Let them a little bit dozen your repression me is gonna look worse your voice down. Yeah 'cause we have pretty much the same. I would say Pitched voice right whenever you do your impression since like puberty well christian. Now sit down so low because you always used to be a little bit. I'm not crazy about talking on the phone but you used to hate talking on the phone. I still kinda do yes. Yeah well when you would so when you'd answer the phone and this is being i'd make you feel more self conscious otago. My impression of you answering the phone was low. Have a gun into who cares territory. I think we've been there for quite some time brought thirty. Yeah that's could be the name of the show here. We go with another episode of who cares but luckily people care about our guests so and they care about the show. We shouldn't set it because that's isn't that inherently kinda shitting on the people who listen now. It's not shitting ourselves okay. Well let's ourselves. I don't want to get into any shit on people who listen okay. We're shooting ourselves. I want to relegate the ship. No we love we listeners. We've come full circle in in this contro- shit was. Can we start the show. Stewart fury is my introduction to the legendary voice after back after and very very funny man. H jon benjamin injuring sweetheart.
Man Arrested After MSNBC Reporter Covering Storm Is Accosted
"An arrest has been made in connection with the news report that ended up being seen widely for all the wrong reasons it was one of those typical stand on the beach while telling people about the aftermath of a big storm kind of report but it became an online sensation and now the person accused of making it that way he is in custody federal marshals in Ohio arrested a man who was seen running up on MSNBC reporter Shaquille Brewster and his camera crew as he reported on hurricane ida in Gulfport Mississippi the man identified as Benjamin dagli is seen running that Brewster demanding accurate reporting before the live shot was cut short the intruder is wanted by police in Gulfport on suspicion of assault he's also wanted in his home state of Ohio where he was arrested for a probation violation I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Ida Will Become Major Category 4 Hurricane in Less Than 24 Hours
"Ida is gaining strength in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports. It's on a path to strike Louisiana's Sunday as a major hurricane. Evacuations are underway and at least five South Louisiana parishes and Governor John Bel Edwards has activated the state's national guard. To respond to what's forecast to be a devastating category for Hurricane Benjamin, shot with the National Weather Service in New Orleans says it will bring when gusts of up to 170 MPH 15 FT storm surge and nearly two FT of rain in some areas. This will be a life altering storm for those who are prepared. And ready to take what I'd is gonna throw at us later this weekend. Parts of Louisiana are still recovering from a record five tropical landfalls last year.
The Difference Between Keywords and Topics With MarketMuse Co-Founder Jeff Coyle
"Talk to me a little bit about the the difference between keywords topics and wire breath depth important in the both of those or so. A topic is more like a concept so it can be an entity. It's a group of concepts and a keyword will typically live inside that pool of topics right so good way to think about a somewhat higher. But i like to connect key words to intent as well in addition to talking about topics keywords so semantic relatedness typically relates to the saying if you are going to cover this one topic. It's highly likely or these are other related topics to that core topic and keywords can live at it within those like. I always joke around. It's like there's keywords that a live within a topic it's the square rectangle thing. There's sometimes you don't know the difference between a keyword as how great Approach all of those things similarly to say. I want to cover this really well. I want to achieve goals for the user. That i'm gonna write against and if i'm going to build on a topic that is general right. I one hundred. Are there different meanings for this specific topic. How fractured is the specific topic for intense. So if people are searching for this specific topic are they at different stages of the funnel that's intent fracture but they also could be meaning descended. Uation i mean right. So if it's an acronym if somebody's typing in crm a might be talking about customer like you should management. That might be talking about you. Know some other for that thing in your case. When you're talking about ben shapiro versus benjamin shapiro. We're talking about two person entities. That have different needs right so it's a little bit different there but the topics that you cover you wanna be covering them so that it tells the story that you actually know what you're talking about so you have all the intense covers. You have all those keyword variants covered. But you're telling that story the same way
How the Post Office Grew America
"Story starts with the crown post post office of the british crown. The thirteen colonies were quite isolated and independent of each other. Few people had relatives or friends at the other colonies thus neither male nor good roads connecting them were important. Thirteen drivers freedom in how this letter was too many places to send it now. It's a different story in the beginning. The only real mail that was sent or received was to the uk but without a post office sending things and receiving them was problematic. The first colony to request to remedy for this problem was massachusetts bay on november fifth. Sixteen thirty nine. The general court of that colony directed that richard fairbanks has tavern would be where letters were delivered and picked up giving richard one cent for each letter. Managed in the new netherland. Coney the dutch west indies company. Who ran the colony made a similar determination. They constructed a box at the port for letters to be picked up and mailed but there was no general consensus or common interest among the colonies to take it any further and the only times. The problem came to a head as when the colonies faced a common emmy but had no roads or male to aid in their communication. It wasn't until the reign of william the third new england in sixteen ninety that any sort of postal system was established williams. Third had assessed. His call is which had now grown to two hundred thousand people and decided he wanted to have postal communication between massachusetts pennsylvania and new york. He had some roads built but didn't send money to do much more than that. But in seventeen fifty three all would change. Benjamin franklin became the postmaster for the crown post and philadelphia.
The Haunted Hallway
"As a kid. I used to have a lot of issues asleep arouses. I didn't know at the time it was. And that was pre internet pre dr phil kind of thing But i used to wake up a lot in the guy felt like goes being pulled from my bed. i used to have a lot of. I guess like hallucinations. Because i know there's a medical description for sleep paralysis but often see a lot of strange things in my room so there was a lot of times i spent a lotta nights sharing a room with my brother because i was just terrified to go to sleep at night. I don't think that had anything to do with what was going on in the house. But it kind of made me. I don't know maybe open to just being scared and looking for those kinds of things. That would terrify a child. Because i couldn't understand what was happening to me at nights and And i never really talk my parents about it until as an adult so they never really knew how how much i struggled but Yeah basically the house was a nineteen fifties rancher. My dad always told us like a post second world war house. He bought it off a gentleman who is actually terminally ill with cancer and basic. The previous owner. As far as i know passed away but part of the house was left unfinished an area of the house that we call the room. It was kind of a no go zone especially when we were kids later did become a bedroom but the house was a basic rancher on one side it had a garage on the opposite side of the house that had a living room and kitchen and it was just connected you know the two sides are connected with the long hallway had three bedrooms and a bathroom. The two bedrooms that me and my brother had were across from each other closes to the garage in the bathroom has crossed my parents closer to the living room in the kitchen. So i do. I'm a little nervous. It's hard for me to kind of figure this stuff out but Yeah it's all good man. Yeah my Basically the hallway was just kind of unspoken no-go zone for me and my brother. And i actually spoke to him yesterday. He's not as open to the subject as i am but It was just an area of the house. You didn't go especially as a kid. We never walked in the hallway so he had to leave your benjamin go to the kitchen me. It was leave your bedroom. Go and run in a full sprint. Was never just nonchalantly walking minding your business. We didn't play in the hallway as kids until we got older. We it would just be a full sprint from the living room to the bathroom from the bathroom to the garage. It didn't matter where you're going. You never walk in the hallway
Zach Fulton Becomes Third Giants Player to Retire This Week
"Are experience experiencing a rash of retirements. Another player has decided. You know what? Uh, this whole giants way of doing things isn't for me. So Zach Fulton Is the third Giants player. To retire this week. Three guys in four days, Steve Now. Fulton apparently was family and health related. And that's according to Joe judge the head coach when he was asked about it. But you're talking Fulton. Todd Davis, Joe Looney. And Kelvin Benjamin. Guys who have all Hung it up and said, Yeah, I'm good.
Olympics Latest: Japan's Sena Irie wins featherweight boxing
"Right Benjamin brought home the silver medal in the men's four hundred meter hurdles and set an American record in the process Tuesday in Tokyo Benjamins time of forty six point seventeen seconds fell two tenths of a second short of Norway's Karsten world world record pace price the best race ever in Olympic history I don't think any other race compares to what we just did American Brittney Reese captured silver in the women's long jump to cap her fourth and final Olympics second seeded Americans able Rawson Alex Kleinman advanced to the women's volleyball final in the U. S. men's basketball team brushed aside Spain ninety five eighty one to reach the semi finals I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Benjamin Franklin Sends a Message to France With His Outfit
"Is sent during the revolution he sent in seventeen seventy six to try and get french aid for the revolution which was desperately needed so he sent with a commission and before when he had got to francis he'd been there before he had dressed as a french gentleman. He writes to friend actually a female friend and says they basically in six days in france or quote him here my taylor and peru ta had transforming into a frenchman. Only what a figure. I make in a little bag and with naked ears. They told me. I was become twenty years. Younger look very gallant. So he's made into a frenchman. But now seventeen seventy six heat goes back at. Something is very different. He's dresses himself deliberately very different to send a message as he says later in a letter actually to another woman friend which is i was gonna say slip in those in there. I just noticed for the first time. He dresses in very plain clothes. Which i suppose would have been typical of a quaker in the period. He just has his own hair down street. And he's wearing a very prominent for hat which i'll bet a lot of people listening have probably in one way or another seen that image because becomes so famous and franklin wrote think how this must appear among the powdered heads of paris. I wish every gentleman and lady in france would only be so obliging is to follow my fashion cone. Their own heads as i do mine. Dismiss their frontiers. There again. kind of hairdresser and pay me half the money. They paid to them so he comes there. As the sort of plane dressed person no frill to his hair and this big for cap on his head and the french obviously notice it. It's meant to be noticed. And they say things like you. The contrast the contrast between as one noble onlooker in france puts it the contrast between the luxury of our capital of the elegance of our fashions the magnificence of versailles and the still brilliant remains of the monarchic bride of louis the fourteenth and the almost rustic apparel the powdered hair. The plane but firm demeanor the free and direct language of the
Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society
"They're mostly reprobates who hate the country in which they live. Have contributed nothing. So it's betterment. Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others while they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible. The enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. Attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential or leadership positions in the Democratic Party, media, academia, the culture and etcetera and I might add. Many in the Republican Party. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Paul Revere. Thomas Paine, to name a few. And become energized and spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. John Adams. James Madison. Benjamin Franklin. And many others. Well. They have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated The most powerful military force on Earth. And found the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of
What Is Literary Fiction Podcasting? With Donna Barrow-Green, Creator and Producer at Illuminus Audio Productions
"Literary fiction podcasting breathes life into long-form stories with an arc that stretches across across seasons of episodes escalating dramatic tension. The result is a fully cast immersive audio experience akin to popular benjamin drama series storytelling for the screen. This isn't new emerging audio drama sub-genre and there aren't many examples to draw from think of literary fiction podcasting as audio book meets. Radio play with a splash of limited series trauma.
Ad Aures' Benjamin Bellamy on What the Podcast Index Does for You
"The podcasts. Index does does two things I it's an index and also it defines new new attributes to your podcast where you can say well if you want to send me money. This is how you can do it right our weather. It's subscription tipping or value for value. And all this is available openly to anyone as long as you are using a podcasting two point. Oh certified hosting company and player up.
Benjamin Bellamy, Founder and CEO of Ad Aures, Explains Why Podcasting is a High-Value Medium
"Podcasting is quite different from any other media that we are used to the first thing about podcasting. It'll be obvious but we have to say it's you have a direct relationship. We've your audience. There is a connection a special relationship between the podcast and its audience and his audience. Then the second thing which makes casting so special is that there's a control of or you contents the but castor has total control on his content and then but casting a lows to grow and build network for of partners whether There are other protesters or affiliates advertiser other media the net thing it. The next thing is about catholic persistence when we talk about podcasting. We know that they are median of Of podcast out there But many of them are dead so actually that they're not dead just like a book. Book that's finished written is still very valuable and interesting and the same thing is very for protesting. So they are many many podcasts. That were recorded long ago. Maybe month or years ago who are still variable and relevance and very easily accessible and available to anyone and not thing. Is that you this. Allow you to to build a consistent experience with we've euro jen's and it also allows to have custom and related features that are very specific to podcasting. And we'd see that later. We'll talk about geolocation pay world chapters etc
We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More
"Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others. While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx. His writings are responsible for the enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embracing advanced Marxism, Marxism score ideas. An attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. Bear with me. I'm reading with one eye. These are the useful idiot to occupy. And influence our leadership positions in the Democratic Party media academia in the culture. But we must take solace. Find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Thomas Paine. To name a few. Become energized and in spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison. Benjamin Franklin and many others. Well, they have smeared and degraded. While they have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We must continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated the most powerful military force on Earth. Founded the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of mankind.
Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing
"Good evening thank you for joining us. The people who were cooped up at home last summer have been ear to go on vacations this year but some businesses which were eager for the crowds are struggling. Now we welcome. Abc's deirdre bolton to nightline with this report on the worker shortage the morning july signing on the heels of a worldwide lockdown millions are flocking to the beach but with all that kant's up demand. There is a downside. Businesses are over wealth. It's been different. I've seen things. I've never thought i would see from my life. We are facing a shortage in every industry talked to any of the businesses in downtown with any of the beach areas during the exact same scenario. You don't have the help. Benjamin gray has called this stretch along the atlantic home his entire life working at the bell in and spine rehoboth beach delaware for the last seven years. Nothing compares to the stress. He sees this summer. we've seen unprecedented occupancy levels. The tourism industry in the past year loan has skyrocketed. What is it. Ben like then for you to meet demands. It's now finding the staff to be able to make vets to make the drinks to check people in to check people out to make sure that we have enough people here to take care of the occupancy levels that we're experiencing
The Cecil Hotel: Terror, Murder, and Death in the World's Scariest Hotel
"The great depression changed the cels neighborhood. Dramatically downtown. la once a hot spot for tourists and nightlife became a hub for newly homeless. Thousands of people flocked downtown with nowhere to live and the area. Around the sel hotel became skid row. No longer a west coast. Gatsby esque destination. The hotel became known as a hang out for drug addicts runaways and as opposed on all that interesting dot com. Put it quote criminals far from its first days as the paul of the great depression settled over the country. The seasonal became home to a growing number of suicides and unfortunate deaths. The first successful suicide on record at the seoul was in nineteen thirty one forty six year. Old w k norton was found dead in his room after having taken poison pills he was found only a few hours after he died by the made. Police found more poison capsules in his pocket. Norton had checked into the hotel is james willis from chicago but police were able to correctly. Identify him from the numerous checks. He had with them. Made out to mrs m. c. norton in manhattan beach california just about a half an hour south of la in nineteen thirty to twenty five year. Old benjamin dotage was found in his hotel room having shot himself to death. Benjamin left no note two years after that. A former sergeant in the army medical corps fifty-three-year-old. Louis de bordon slashed his own throat in his room at the hotel. He cited ill health as the reason in his suicide note. Nine hundred thirty seven. Another military veteran jumped to his death from the top of the hotel landing on a skylight below. There is maddeningly little information about these people other than how they died. Apparently the appetite for true crime wasn't quite so hardy. A hundred years ago there were so many suicides at the c. soul that by the nineteen forties. The hotel had earned the nickname the suicide
Dissecting Benjamin Purnell and His Cult, the House of David
"After being booted out of ohio. The cornell's decided to relocate to the city of benton harbor where they settled on some land located on the southeastern shore of lake michigan there in nineteen. Oh three they founded religious society called the israelite house of david which aimed to reunite the twelve tribes of israel in hopes of preparing themselves to receive jesus christ upon his return to earth in the new millennium very long sentence. Yes so they're they've created the kalt role show credits. That's what we did. Yeah thanks for stopping by. Were you like in a movie when they say the name of the movie. I'm like when's the credits said take a shot. This goal was in line. With benjamin cornell's belief that he was the seventh and final messenger of god as prophesized by joanna south cod so big big shoes to fill. Yeah a little bit. Yeah more specifically. He was convinced that he had been entrusted to carry out the mission outlining the revelation chapter. Eleven verse fifteen which read quote and the seventh angel sounded and there were great voices in heaven saying the kingdoms of this world are becoming the kingdoms of our lord and his christ and he shall reign forever and ever and quote so basically wants to be The messenger of to god basically. It's always it's always to me that people that are super religious especially when you're in the mindset of being a cult leader or a member of a coal or something of the sort that you all of a sudden see yourself as this grand profit or character or a figure head. It's like where was the. Where is the bridge that gaps from lake normal minister. Who goes out and tells people about god to god chose me and i am in the to bring the apocalypse and bring jesus back in it. It's just always a funny jump
Q&A: Should I Invest in Real Estate or Pay Off Student Loans?
"Question comes from my instagram. Actually it was a dm. I received from. Benjamin says hey actually recent follower of real estate rookie podcast in love the content you guys produce aim just getting my feet wet learning about the real estate mental game. I know you've mentioned subscribing to the dave ramsey school of thought in some ways on the podcast. I wanted to get your thoughts on the idea of starting investing in properties while you still have a fairly substantial amount on student loan debt. My wife and i are both in the medical field and have good salaries. But i don't want to wait another five to seven years until i can pay off. Student loan debt to get involved with passive cash for rentals. Just wanted to get your thoughts on the matter. Thanks what do you think. Tony rose name or the ben been. This is a deeply kind of personal decision to make because the idea of debts and investing. It's kind of a kind of a polarizing topic. I can share with you. What my story was we. In comparison to the income that we have our w jobs. Our debt was a relatively small percentage. In comparison to the amount of money that we had saved up we could have easily paid off all of our debts with the money that we had our savings account and in stock market. We chose to focus on the high interest debt so we paid off most of our credit card debt. We decided to leave our car loans and our student loan debt because both of those relatively low interest rates where i like you know i think our car payments like three percent or something like that so for us. We made the decision that we could either pay off that debt it's only costing us three percent and interest or we could use those funds to garden bind restaurant properties do four or five ten x that so we made the decision. Say okay. we're comfortable with the small amount of debt because again in relation to our total income. It's not ruining us financially. Rats not preventing us for moving forward but we want to put this morning to work and our investments. I think if we were in a position where we didn't have a good amount of money saved up or our debt load in relation to our income was really tight right. There wasn't a lot of space there. The maybe i would put a little bit more focused on paying down that debt. So i think it'd be really personal. Decision been based on a lot of factors that. Unless you're sitting down together really getting deepens have bins personal finances might be hard to give you a solid answer.
"benjamin" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Was rival. High school parkway northbound parkway but parkway central always had when we were kids the best player ever come out of saint louis was a kid by the name of dave sylvestry shortstop who played for the yankees for a little bit but not much and then bill miller who came through. I think kirkwood or something like that wherever he went to school like. It's not dismissed. Yeah bill miller became like that guy to move forward. But you know as like the great st louis players ensures the best of all the best out of all those people but like i mean. I'm happy that guy got a ring. I'm happy that guy you know for years and years of being just an amazing dominant pitcher your like he hall of fame career. I mean are we saying that this guy is you have to think you have to. As far as and then. I guess. I which i like better thing. I've the blue the two different is i mean. He's a cool. He's a competitor to he's fun to watch all yes fun. They interviewed him once. Yeah i went down to his spring training to a story on. Because i'm from the saint louis newspaper. He's our star star player and he had just won the cy young. And he's talking to me. He's like i have to get better this. Yeah have to. What do you mean you ask you. So you're you're the best yes like. Yeah but but miguel cabrera once taught me when i was in detroit you know. Even though he got the triple crown i. He felt like he had improve in some little way. Talented to already be the best and then be like you know what i have to influence by the way. How great is it that he learned that now from another pitcher but from a hitter on his team in detroit. And it's like that's where you're like alright so wainwright you look at a guy like that on a team with a staff of like jack flaherty and you say okay ueno spend as much time with this kid as possible and just teach him all the things that you know that are intangible stuff to make him a better player to better pitcher because what you know as a winner in as a champion you can impart to the younger guys. You're doing it with less talent than he's than he's got. No one of the coolest things about that is watched backing we could. When reporters can go in the clubhouse wainwright would speak to the media after start flair would just stand on the side and just listen. He wanted to watch how the veteran spoke to the media how he described his start and it was after a loss to see. Wanna see how he handled it and as a sponge. Imagine what he's doing in the bullpen. When they're talking about curves and sliders. I think it's why he continues to evolve and grow. It's just it's fascinating but you know you say to yourself can't as cardinals fans. We can't be upset because we had that magical game six two thousand eleven and by the way every team for cubs fans it was two thousand and sixteen their fans. Who like i can die now. What my you probably could died before that but what is still with right okay. Let's talk about your death more. Let's ups but you're like that rain delayed that rain delay and the comeback and the game savvy didn't win a game sixty like it's it's people have those moments so for saint louis fans and for sports fans who just love the sport in general that game six two thousand eleven is the subject matter of your book and i just way you tell people about it because again you're such a good writer and i know this book is amazing and i want people if you love baseball as we're heading into the summer you need that good beach read. You need that good swimming pool. Because i'm always like what am i reading this summer. I'm telling you this. This is on my list of books to read this summer but please let them know about it and give a little taste of what they're going to read. That's nice if you say. Yeah i wrote eleven in eleven basically. I just wanted to write a book when i was growing up. I used to love baseball. And i used to love reading stories. They hadn't known already. Now's like here's an opportunity for me to write a baseball book. That that fifteen year old benjamin would have wanted to read And and along the way as a journalist i was able to interview all the players and also fans just gather stories. There's eleven game six stories within the book that kind of like We've in with the story of david freeze and carpenter and all the players and look proud of the book. And it's just a bunch of fun and it'll give you chills. do you obviously. Did you talk about you know. It's it's widely known. Joe bucks call of the homerun in being reminiscent of his father's call of Kirby puckett's home run in game. Six of the ninety one world. Ninety one ninety one world series. So it was. It was twenty years. I was well and just a just a symmetry in this world series and yeah joe buck sir. We will see you tomorrow. Yeah and what is Just i mean just yeah and then at the ball game and we're stadium they put. We will see you tomorrow night on the big screen. They had no idea that. Joe buck and set it on the broadcast. Wow up as well. Wow in so so many things that just and the fact that ed mcdavid freeze. I said this to a buddy yesterday. He could have been from botswana and if he did what he did he would be our hero forever. But he's from wildwood very from down the street yet or no fairly was at the dmitri young game in one thousand nine hundred six to meet our regular regular salas dude like the three of us. He hits curve balls better and made any major card each family. The cardinals was the coolest amazing is a drink back in in warm ups. Was it nelson cruz. Who missed the fly ball. And so in warm ups. He missed one just like that. Is that in the book as well and they captured in the video. That was the dvd of the commemorative for the two thousand eleven world series. Yeah and i was in the last row of the bleachers. They're sitting there as a as a spectator. And i watched him. And mike is he going to catch is he. Not and all of a sudden everyone's stood up. I couldn't see a thing. I had no idea i do one. Free things homerun. He caught the ball or bounce. And when i saw the little white ball rolling ahead i remember. There's the ball's if i need to alert everybody. Yeah exactly of the game was going on. I love the you were there for it. Okay so the book is eleven you can get it at eleven. In eleven book dot com. It is again you know. You don't even have to be a cardinal fan. I don't think you you have to be a cardinal fan to sort of take the way this one moment plays out for an eleven different stories woven through by just a fantastic sports writer. I'm so excited to read this book. Eleven eleven i to me. It was like you would say is probably for us. It growing up the eighty two world series. Bruce shooter struck out either. When ozzie smith the home run in the in the playoff game against tom need fewer. Go crazy folks crazy and part of that as the call itself speaking of jackpot but that the two home run game and the catch over the wall of willie mcgee in that world series and then bruce shooter striking out gorman thomas those are the biggest moments of our career up you know at our career as fans of cardinals until two thousand eleven and that eclipses everything. I mean it in a way in saint louis. I wanted to capture the book. We are all connected. Now by game six If you're if you're in a bar and say louis or if you're waiting at the dentist you can just ask anyone. So where were you for game six. And though i get a smile and then they'll tell you a story and it and it could be anything from just being on the couch alone running our fingernails to something absurd. Everyone's got a story and it's now the thing that bonds us do you know our story about i've.
"benjamin" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
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It is a joy to sit down and talk with this gentleman who we call a friend but he has a new book. So that's another reason to talk to him and he also writes about our favorite baseball team the cardinals but when we met him he was writing about the colorado rockies and colorado denver sports he is benjamin hochman. Welcome to the show. Buddy how are you. I'm doing awesome. This is an honor. I wish you happy birthday today. As we recorded is your birthday. And i feel very honored that we get to hang out with you on your birthday. I mean you get to drink now dude. How how does this. Just be careful. That i don't need that fake. Id anymore of of South gold bomb. That i've been using for few were who was a vietnam vet. That was three well. I do think we should full disclosure. Your father was our middle school or junior high principal so in full disclosure to all of our fans like we had a relationship with you and new you. I don't think you were. You weren't even born back there where you more back then. Maybe you were a baby back. Then i was a baby. Yeah yeah i i I remember he ran. And when i was like three but i don't remember the edge as a little regard. I'm hard to remember. People often forget me. And they remember randy. And i'm used to that now so no sweat. I love that we have you because for a number of reasons. You have an amazing book and we'll get to that That just came out. And you know if you're a fan of epic games and sort of franchise defining moments and the anatomy of that as sort of broken down by a fantastic writer. This book is for you. We'll talk about it coming up but first things first. It's you know we're in the middle of baseball season right now. And we're in the middle of what seems like a remarkably minus the fact that the stadiums aren't packed our impact. It still is remarkably. Like i mean like the houston astros yankees game. The astros got it like they got booed like there wasn't a pandemic. You know what i mean like. It was sort of like we jumped over last year. And now everyone's just continually giving the astros. The we can be petty again is what randy's trying to say. Is that possible. I would say. I mean just as similarly as the image of a grandmother hugging her grandson. That reminds us that things are back to normal. Some guy from the bronx cussing out alex bregman as similarly beautiful paving. Don't you suck my sausage all right. We're back we're back. We're like we're like all right. We're like were you hear that. And you're like we're gonna get it connects you dirty jew. We're gonna make. Hey go there read. There's so many baseball topics. I want to discuss with you. And even in the larger sense. Because i know you've in studying studying and writing about the rockies and then writing about the carlos you really had a deep dive into the specifically the world of baseball but in heavy written about the blues to you you you dealt with the blues as well which is amazing. Oh my gosh. I mean i was. I was there with the blues for the post-dispatch following the stanley cup or the stanley cup. That says he's from god. And that and that stanley cup from the office has to go around with every single blues player for a couple of days over the course of a year right out of it stuff from this with the actor. Yeah from stanley's and the opposite it's been saskatchewan. It's so smart. Well but specifically with baseball there are a couple of things happening in the world of baseball. And this is coming across your radar. I'll i'll put in. The context of i was at home in the last two weeks and i watched a lot of cardinals baseball and of all i love. Jim edmonds as a commentator. He just he's fascinating. He's really good. He his analysis is it's very conversational and it's very real and so he's not afraid to. It's kind of like the best of what barkley brings. He's going to tell you exactly what he thinks about someone without pussyfooting around al her basket you get a little too polished through the years like he. Kinda wasn't the mad hungarian anymore. He an ed meals said about in the hip. But i watched jordan hicks flame throwing triple digit reliever. Just tweak his arm in a weird way. And then. I started read about it. I'm like this is happening a lot. You're seeing a lot of pitchers kind of throwing themselves out of being able to like over exerting themselves you know some people are saying it's like attributed to the stop start nature of what we went through in cove on this. Are you seeing. That and are is this like something. That's now happening a lot more. I don't know if it's having a lot more woods definitely happening a lot. It happened before as well. And it's just it's heartbreaking right. I mean you think about the window of time. A pitcher has to make his money to pitch in the majors. and you. It's kind of like roulette. You know who who is going to be the arm. that's out for the year and fortunately now weren't already had Time john might be out for a long time this season two and we saw the kid from the dodgers with the cool hair. Same thing dusted may yes and these are all guys. Both guys you mentioned are guys who can hit remember. It was like just aroldis. Chapman is like he was. he didn't do two things. I unload a gun in my garage. And i three spends on thing or once spent on this being but like that's what i was doing as a starter throwing a hundred and then you know got guys. So so. that's the next phase about this is pitching becoming too dominant in in the major leagues meaning. Yeah we're still seeing some scores but like just with the shift and with guys wanting to hit home runs as opposed to getting base hits. I feel like pictures are dominated like.
"benjamin" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The autobiography of benjamin franklin by benjamin franklin but this affair having turned my thoughts to marriage i looked round me and made overtures acquaintance and other places but soon found that the business of a printer being generally thought a poor one. I was not to expect money with a wife and less with such a one as i should not. Otherwise think agreeable. A friendly correspondence says neighbors and old acquaintances had continued between me. And mrs read's family who all had a regard for me from the time of my first lodging in their house. I was often invited there and consulted in their affairs wherein i sometimes was of surface..
"benjamin" Discussed on Pantheon
"That song survived but think about that. He goes into the basement and says okay. I got a strip this down even more write a whole new batch of songs and he wrote that debut and cars album before i ever even wrote this book. I told you i was a big fan. I mean every son on this thing has been a little rock radio and he wrote that all in one back within a few months thing that is so we know the rest. I know the history of the cars. So then benjamin. He decided to when all was said and done for the moment with the cars do his first solo album the lace and eighty six and he crow co wrote the music to deliver ix with his girlfriend. Diane page right is her name. Saying becky rankles and the album. They had one hit. I.
"benjamin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"That song survived but think about that. He goes into the basement and says okay. I got a strip this down even more write a whole new batch of songs and he wrote that debut and cars album coming before i ever even wrote this book. I told you i was a big fan. I mean every son on this thing has been a little rock radio and he wrote that all in one back within a few months thing that is so we know the rest know the history of the cars. So then benjamin. He decided to when all was said and done for the moment with the cars do his first solo album the lace and eighty six and he crow co wrote the music to deliver ix with his girlfriend. Diane page right is her name. Saying becky rankles and the album. They had one hit. I.
"benjamin" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"But the why did not give them any satisfaction they contented themselves with admonishing me and dismiss me considering me perhaps as an apprentice who was bound to keep his masters secrets. During my brothers confinement, which I resented a good deal notwithstanding our private differences, I had the management of the paper and I made it to give our rulers. Some rubs in it which my brother took very kindly while others began to consider me in an unfavourable light as a young genius that had a turn for libelling and satire my brothers discharge was accompanied with an of the house a very odd one that James Franklin should no longer printed the paper called the new. England current. There was a consultation held in our printing house among his friends what he should do in this case. Some proposed to obey the order by changing the name of the paper. But my brothers seeing inconveniences in that it was finally concluded on as a better way to let it be printed for the future under the name of Benjamin Franklin and to avoid the center of the Assembly that might fall on him as still printing it by his apprentice. The contrivance was that my olden denture. Should be returned to me with a full discharge on the back of it to be shown on occasion but to secure to him the benefit of my service, I was to sign new in dentures for the remainder of the term which were to be kept private a very flimsy scheme. It was however, it was immediately executed and the paper went on accordingly under my name for several months. At length a fresh difference arising between my brother and me I took upon me to assert my freedom presuming that he would not venture to produce the new in dentures. It was not fair in me to take this advantage and this I therefore reckon one of the first era of my life. But the unfairness of it weighed little with me when under the impressions of resentment for the below his passion too often urged him to bestow upon me though he was not otherwise and ill-natured man. Perhaps. I was too saucy and provoking..
"benjamin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Today. Joining me now, first-class Class Father Benjamin. Watson, welcome to First-class Fatherhood. Man Thanks for having me. let's start right here. How many kids do you have? And how old are? Always on fatherhood we have seven children range from ages eleven down to identical twin boys that are about sixteen months, so we have eleven and ten year old girls, eight and seven year old boys, four year, old girl and identical twin boys that are like sixteen months, so we got a lot going on in the house. Credible, yeah! I got four kids myself and usually people look at me like I got four heads when I tell him that I. can only imagine what you get when you tell me yep seven we. We've heard it all. You know you guys have have TV and you. Know How that happens is like. Yes, we keep doing it. You know. Everybody has a small comment to make for sure what kind of. Sports activities are all the kids into. Right now, not much of anything with. Kobe my daughter, my oldest She does ballet's. She's been doing that for a long time. We've lived in several cities, but she always picks that up. So she's been doing that for years. My son, my oldest son, eight year old, has really in football He thinks he's a football player even though he hasn't really played it all. Kinda funny doesn't flag football. Mother daughters in a track. I mean we've got the gamut. The younger ones aren't into it as much yet, but you know I think they I think they will be at some point Bob. I just want them to. PLAY THEY WANNA play and I don't want them to feel an impression from me that after play they enjoy that that's the biggest thing. Not Feeling that they have to play, because daddy plays board. Because you know, everybody can go there and route. Yeah, I don't think one of the benefits. Today's the there's so many e. every sport has its own LE-. Give the kids a little taste of everything, and they could pick out pick and choose what they like. So I think that's pretty cool. Or you know it's important because you know quite honestly. We specialization now with a lot of parents do the temptation to do that. Really specialize at a early age. and. I think that it does benefit is to try a lot of different things. You never know what they're going to be good at. You. Never know what they. Will will try them. And you know and speaking with a lot of orthopedic doctors. They're starting to say that they see more more or the beating. Andrew's younger kids, which means that a lot of these kids are. Are you know getting overuse injuries that they really shouldn't be having at that age so not going outside and playing riding the bikes. Things good for my kids for now. Yeah well said if you could just take a second here to hit my listeners a little bit about your background and what you do. Look my background right now. Unemployed you know just playing a sixteen years of NFL football been married for fifteen years on Thursday actually July second. And that'll be fifteen years for us right now. kind of in a transition time of figuring out what's next. But about a father as I mentioned before for eleven years in really consider being A. Being husband my most important jobs. Yeah good stuff. And and so how old were you then Benjamin when you first became? A dad had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. I daughter in two thousand nine. And I'm the oldest of six kids so i. Knew I never wanted to have six, so we just went from five to seven. We've and we never laid it on six and we want to have kids I met my wife at Georgia University of Georgia in College. We dated for several years and we always talked about having four kids. We got married waited. A few years started having kids when we had. We had four kids in literally four and a half years. And I knew I wanted to be a dad, but I was scared when we actually were pregnant with our first, and it changes your life. You know people talk about all the time. How who changed your life I think for me. Those obviously that sense of responsibility and responsibility of care of a baby or a family, but of understanding the role of. Influence that you have on the next generation, I mean it really is powerful a man. Thank you know when you sit in there. Holding your newborn child you're. You're looking in the face of places that you will never go to? Law Willing because they're gonNA outlast you. And how are you going to positively affect that child? What are you gonNA, teach him or her. What are you GonNa Pour into them. And! How are you going to do it? It can be very overwhelming, so I remember feeling overwhelmed. and I still feel that way in a different way now. But it really is a tremendous sense of joy as well because. These people look up to you and really need you. Yeah well, said I I couldn't agree more I. Love Being a Dad, and it's like especially I felt the same way first time becoming a dad, and then I felt felt that all them people that were telling me Oh. Just wait you just wait and then I felt like they were wrong. It was totally a great experience for me. Now I had three boys, and then we got girl on the fourth. Try this so otherwise. We may be catching up to you, but we got our girl on the fourth try. That's what I wanted. To ask my wife I was like look I. WanNa have four kids on a three boys and then little girl. I'm a blur. Take care of my little girl, and then I started off. You know two girls and I thought the world was indie. ended up number three hundred. Oh, I. Don't know if I should go for number three because I felt like as a guy wanted a boy, but now I tell you what. Got was favorable to us because he gave us those two girls I. because there is no way my boys will be able to handle and take care of the younger siblings in helpless the way our girls do seriously us. Oh I was proven wrong I'm glad that we had a first, but that's fine. Yes, exactly what I was hoping for the very beginning and you know what that helped us when we. We had our forth kid older.
"benjamin" Discussed on Do By Friday
"About your your lady. You'RE A lady. Your Middle Finger is longer than your third finger. Then you're more likely to die of colonel or less. I can't remember state depends where you start counting. I guess yea from the measure from the baser or I started the taint it has to do something with testosterone. Oh always start from the balls. Otherwise it doesn't count for the balls doesn't count. That's that's yeah in these troubled times. I think I'm about nine hands tall. If I was a horse I'd be a kings arm. Yeah Kings Really. Make them happen again. As a unit of measurement. Is it like a Cuban? Yeah it's basically. Yeah so this is not I am not. This is not what would that. No I thought I thought it was elbow Max. Maximum about measurements. What's the cubit beats me you know about? Arc's I probably I. It was probably one of those things I had to learn Hebrew school. I think what is a cubit? What Cube it? Let's learn about Cuba. It's yeah I with you Anderson you're saying instead of having to equal to the length of a four kings arm accumulated equal the length of a forum. This is a cubit so instead of having some globalist one gram unit that sitting under a Bell Jar in France. Let's pay savannah change ally but it didn't have with the space shuttle where they messed up. Alexander's and their famous. Sorry Alex Cox isn't their famous story about them messing up a SPEC for something on the space shuttle where one group had it in metric and the other headed imperial or something. I are we talking about this. The challenger the sad rubberband story. Or I don't know why you think I know about spaceships space person with that haircut. I do and I'm really not space night and you thought about. Have you thought about becoming a nut? Have you thought about becoming like a civil war buff or maybe like like a pop? Science can turns out person. You think he'd enjoy Shankar. Vidana would you like to become a turns out person? What do you aspire to be? Yeah I well there's also different genres of turns out people. Now there's a Merlin turns out where it's like. You know how you should completely clean out your inbox that I definitely said exactly that ten years ago well actually and Malcolm glad well like And there's me I guess which is like an imperial furio says slash teenage military boy type of luck. Where I'm like I know a metric. Your metric furious cornered the market on something where it's nobody knows about it but it's easy to know about which I think are the to. Nobody knows about things because they're difficult to know about it. So I tried to become Benjamin Harrison expert for this very purpose and appeared in a documentary about him. But the trouble is like. There's not a lot to know about him but I still don't fully know most of it so they had like one line. I'd like I'd really into a custom windbreaker with Benjamin Harrison on it and I asked credited as Benjamin Harrison busiest appear to live. Yeah he was married. And that's it off but I have two things that I think are facts that I know about him. One of which is that he was twenty third. President actually three six three six. He was twenty two president Clinton and his family and he was called the pious moonlight dude when he went courting. And that's it that property investor protection. Okay that's GonNa Benjamin Harrison fact but yeah. I didn't know any of those things. So that's the log line. Now he's different from William Henry Harrison. The President I believe I believe Benjamin Harrison is the only president from Indiana Immune because we go to Indianapolis for for Gaming Convention every year? And there's unusual and there's an unusual amount of Benjamin Harrison sort of plaques and memorabilia so I've sort of extrapolated from that he's got to be the only if they had a better president than you'd see more middle. The Predator like to be called the general my you rape stone in his house. They have an impersonator like they really go for. Benjamin you can three D. landed in plastic. 'cause they have a free template online? The Benjamin Harrison historical site is really trying to make inroads the future. Good for them. Oh my gosh for going to do it why not lean into it really? What did he do and during his Presidency Olive? The Sherman Antitrust Act. I think during him but I could be wrong about it if you did a lot of the stuff with National Park. The Teddy Roosevelt gets credit for okay. Oh Teddy still valor. In that case Gave some lectures about how women might get vote soon. So here's some stuff. They should know about civic duty. I think was the reply. Get teammate try to help again. He was explained. Splaine guys always doing. This is how you punch the card you know and I think we all could use a little bit of that now like this is how you put on the stamp. This is the voter fraud. That's going to happen right. Oh you Alexandra you seem to not live your life on twitter. But you're very good on twitter. I and there was the wonderful Cova. Did know what was it. A Cova or a vote thing that twitter called trump out. Oh yeah it was coding thing. He's like it had. The mods spoke for the first time. Somebody somebody caught. Somebody called the lifeguard normal person on the on a forum where people were like. I modified this recipe and it didn't work out for me. Like just think how much the MAS would be fed up with their by now they just feel like this guy again like you can't believe it's weird like this is the first time and not like. Oh you know coming. Let's remember our Second Amendment folks. 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"benjamin" Discussed on Listen Money Matters
"And we're back. Let's talk about some more Benji Frank. This is probably my favorite Benjamin Franklin thing ever. Yeah. It is. It's been so valuable to me one. It has worked the when I lose it. I'm useless mess. Couldn't agree with you more about me. Yeah. Means being a great thing. And being a good thing. And and there is an and I think we'll we have to include a either a link to this or something in the show notes there. He he literally mapped out his day. And he has a solid routinely does every day. And I'm sure, you know, I know myself, I am a we're all creatures of habit. I literally know how your morning works because you've explained it to me multiple times. And I have a similar like robotic routine that I go through it wasn't like I crafted this wasn't like I was like, oh, I need to do these things in this order, you know, like the morning routine phenomenon that's out there on you read, any medium post, or whatever fuck all that ultimate x stuff. Like if you have to check a box when you brush your teeth. I think I've gone too far. You miss the signs. Yeah. You missed your turn off. Yeah. You must be exit. But but routine is there's bliss in routine, and I think routine is meditation. You know, there is so, you know, people talk about like hacking your mind, body, whatever I think the or the only true hack that I have found is routines. And like, I relate it to the fact that I could have a full conversation. Chew gum, do whatever. While I tie my shoes because I don't I literally do not use my brain to do this. And whenever you can put something in your life into autopilot like that like it's like a cheat code. Yeah. So there's this thing that he drew it starts from five AM and ends at four AM. So it's a whole full twenty four hours, and he has a broken down to these boxes and in the morning. He asked himself what good shall I do this day? Just such a, you know, sixty. And century thing to do or what is it seventeenth eighteenth century in the do in the evening? He asked what good have I done today? Which is great. So that's. Reflects. Yep. Great pre mortem postmortem love it. Okay. So the first thing he does at fuck and five AM right reading this. Right. Yeah. Okay. So I mean, hey. This time net flicks. So he went to bed early, of course. And I don't know what time he went. He went to sleep when the sun went down. Yeah. And what's interesting is he doesn't sleep that long. If you look at this. But anyway, he rises washes addresses and address power fhu powerful goodness in imprint arena. Italics contrived as business and take the resolution the resolution of the day. All right. Prosecute the present study and breakfast. It's basically that's hours in the morning five to seven. So he cleans himself eats thinks about what he's gonna do. Yeah. Does something like weird bent BJ? Bef shit. Shit. It'd be part of it. I don't know. Yeah. Then from then jamming he's been jamming. All right. And then from. It looks like about eight till eleven he works..
"benjamin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"And if that did, I am sure that has nut obeyed it. God creature grabbed a bullet and chased Benjamin out of the meeting. Wow, what am I mean? How does a whip cut through a sack. I have. We could find that out by bag in England. The culture, two weeks meeting was still trying to get Benjamin banished from the Quakers. Wow. So they've moved on. Case, they're not scorned or anything. They had made an official complaint to the Essex quarterly meeting. The cwm ruled Benjamin was not a proper member of the meeting and should not have been given a joint certificate to go to Philadelphia. But the CNN did not give two shits. They still sent a copy of the joint sniff, get to the Philadelphia women's meeting which have requested. Okay. So see is just like not playing ball? No. Fuck off a little section. CDW wanna Benjamin to suffer. They wrote a letter quote to friends in Philadelphia or elsewhere in America concerning the irregular certificate. Benjamin lay had from Colchester monthly meeting. They pushed Philadelphia to write and send their own letter to anywhere that Benjamin might settle down. Okay. So they're just like, this is an AP base AB scorched earth, right? This is like he's on the ten most FBI wanted list right quicker. Leased wanted list. Both of these. Both of the letters ended up in the hands of church leader, Robert Jordan, junior, a slave holder who fucking hated Benjamin well, March seventeenth, thirty four. The lays moved eight miles north to Abington. At this point, Benjamin was well known in Philadelphia quote, the name of the celebrated Christian philosopher was familiar to every man woman and nearly every child in Pennsylvania. His antics got attention and his protests written up in the press. He's making noise right. Delays built a home home, although from the scripture in that was in the Philadelphia Enquirer I can't imagine what they must try to keep it pretty meager. Not that great. Right quote, the still just sacks, oh, it's worse on the slope of the hill. He had his cave, what It it is. just as well as one for his wife, the roof of wick. And so they had like sort of Dick Van Dyke couples beds, but caves as sort of like, all right, fires out the roof of which he covered with fat straws and limbs of trees spring near the cave. He at forts. Yeah, basically the spring near the cave. He walled up for his house while use and near the cave. He planted for black walnut trees which marked the place for many years, lay lived entirely upon vegetable and grain diet and.
"benjamin" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"One on top senior benjamin immediately post faced have him to thrones one for the superstar that is right at all and the other fall i don't wanna see other name christian just because they might be and i do not use any bill talks mobile so do that immediately okay thank you oh yes i love you to my friend audio's okay it is done i will have you seats and we will bring popcorn in the next election i feel like yeah yeah yeah this stand up comedy in the woods yeah cool why not tell a good joe i mean i think that's that's that's a obviously we could sit here and we could talk for hours and i think at some point we will we'll jump back on here gang because i think it'd be on and we'd like to hear more about this or that but i mean it's we got scratched the surface to surface of what we can really talk about and we definitely will but we got we just got the invite the next autumn it deletion so i don't see us going any higher than that right now to be perfect to happen there's one less thing i do want to say which could be there exciting so i also have my renowned scientists then guard one has the capability to petition time travel time travel is discovered we can go back in time and have a much all you commit reverse meister notice of close.
"benjamin" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything
"You are listening to benjamin walker's theory of everything at radio toby at we now have a select group of amazing supporters that help us make all our show is possible if you would like to have your company or product that sponsor this podcast then get in touch drop a line to sponsor at radio tokia dot fm thanks before we get started i have a really quick favor to ask radio toby is conducting an anonymous listener survey across all of its podcast to learn more about our audiences it's only going to take five to ten minutes of your time just go to survey nerds dot com slash theory and follow the prompts it's a simple way to show your support for the theory of everything and it would mean a lot to all of us that's survey nerds dot com slash theory each instalment cold private ear the role of the private era is to expand the threshold of the ability to try and push people to hear something that wasn't that when they first that it learnt abraham than is an internationally celebrated artist who works with sound and an internationally recognised expert forensic listener he likes to refer to himself as a private ear like the private eye he never knows who will come knocking on his office door looking for help when i visited him in beirut last summer he was working on projects both for museums and human rights organizations amnesty international had enlisted him to help with a gathering of your witness testimony from one of assads secret torture facilities in syria the sinaia prison the backstory is of course that there is secret sites of detention used to detain political prisoners and tortured them in syria they are kept in the dark day a blindfolded when the moved around than ever see the gods faces when the gods come to the doors they cover their eyes otherwise it will be tortured slugs that didn't leave oneself three years this guy in of silence produces a a space of kind of heightened listening and i think they didn't want to become this but they became expert listen.
"benjamin" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything
"You are listening to benjamin workers theory of everything at radio toby at we now have a select group of amazing supporters that help us make all our shows possible if you would like to have your company or product that sponsor this podcast than get in touch drop a line to sponsor at radio tokia dot fm thanks before we get started i have a really quick favor to ask radio toby is conducting an anonymous listener survey across all of its podcast to learn more about our audiences it's only gonna take five to ten minutes of your time just go to survey nerds dot com slash theory and follow the prompts it's a simple way to show your support for the theory of everything and it would mean a lot to all of us that's survey nerds dot com slash theory these installment is cold drowning four dollars i was at a barbecue this last weekend it was a goingaway party for a friend uh i've got a lot of work with him over the years where whereas he moving to to canada i see even the deep state is moving the canada and well the repair canada is on a super aggressive recruiting spree canada wanted to make your they are prepared for the refugees what are you talking about kwon climate change so these friends of years they're all leaving because trump is president well most of the folks i know here in dte came here for one of two reasons they came because of nine eleven or they came because of obama's election.
"benjamin" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything
"So wild guess potentially at some later date my so situations with feminist in arco communist radicals could get me in trouble for now while i still can i am going to speak out against the injustices of the capitalist system both on the streets and with my tweets i mean i don't want to be like the guy in the poem who didn't speak out when they came for the trade unionists because he was not a trade unionist who didn't speak out when they came for the lancaster yeah okay i get it but in a sitting to you talk here i feel like i have totally failed i mean i just spent nine episodes talking about how we need to think of surveillance as something much bigger than just the man i mean what do i have to do to get it into your bernie bros skull andrew to get hue to understand that you are being surveilled tract and targeted by advertisers while i i get all that but it's just that with trump and ice in muslim bans its of little hard to take seriously the idea that oh the real problem is tshirt ads following you around i mean are there any like practical reasons for me to be afraid of ads uh uh uh my fired i worked on the road i was driving out what you the progress out my car and i heard an ad hoc would banda i thought that it we should clever copy on your part of like wow over really ah bought there is really giving benjamin thumb greater freedom in terms of how he showed the product and the filmmaker i happen to be in the market for had that and yeah i just wanted to believe.