18 Burst results for "Bismarckian"
"bismarckian" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Anytime with no studio tricks. Right. Until winter. I people with the ability to punching and it song that kind of call to be punched in. And I said, no, I'm not saying I'm doing this wouldn't extra metro breath control. 'cause I wanna be able to execute on stage as well. So we did it once. I'm like let me do it again. I did it again. And that's what you hear on the album is the second tape, and I literally was on over stuff. I went out and before I was sleep, the whole time I wrote the and then they will be up. I went in I did I went back to sleep. Bismarckian then I never seen him before in person. I would, you know, I grew up on on biz more guys this huge huge fan of Bismarck. And I do myself, very humbly as I always do with oggi's, and he's like, bumpy old murderer now was like, okay, I know not New York is on. And it was like it was a step up like the first two albums were really good. But you particular that was a step up on the third. When I think I read something where you were talking about somehow al-kass kinda inspired that step up, do I had right? I mean, there was always this thing you know, cash in eight ball is itchy where we were always kind of trying to one of each other without it being like one of the fridge and thing. But people would always everywhere you capable people would ask us about eight bomber g and we didn't be able in nj ninety five ninety six. Right. But everybody assumed that every like us and three six kid and outcasts. Everybody was all hanging out together. We work now we actually did. But we would always look at Paula juicy and the way they would create music, right, creating soundscape drive man. We gotta have a cohesive thing like that, and be looking like ball and g and their, their symmetry with each other lyrically. You know how they. They never stepped on each other's toes, right? They were always very clearly different people with different approaches that we gotta make sure that we have these very formed, you will that then very clear. No big you any about who we are right will represent anyone outcast just to not being scared. He try that they music. Right. And incorporating the scene like Pepsi at huge amount of respect for, like sleepy Brown at the senior, and as a composer of music, and arranger vocals, and right, man, you know, like we can do that, too. We just can't be scared to do that. Like we're not trying to be no saying, well, we don't saying about the real you don't. And that's what he would do. And he kind of turned that notion on his head about about how that was received represented really seeing back then rapidly. Go get a single ride. You'd have TJ swan may dog and guys like that, you know, before the ramp and actually be doing some of the singing was, was different at the time, you know. And at the forefront of that, which no one really talk. About that. But when you win ride dirty came out, because I think I, I remember I'd never forget. I heard you on the radio in Houston talking about it because this is after reasonable doubt, and it was written to come out and somebody else, it was riding dirty eight Rongai something funny. And you cigarette. Amen. That's riding dirty dog. And I was all over the reasonable doubt when it came out, and I was like, I'll couldn't come check this out. And then I was just like, oh, wait a minute. Okay. This is a whole nother level because most of the stuff I listened to at that time was coming out of the east 'cause I was putting the real I was a little bit underground backpacks dude at that point. This was one that just kind of opened my eyes. Like, I think it was for me, maybe like the first time I fully got what you g k was doing, like, fully God will pimples on at that time. And I wonder when you.
Quebec to ban public employees from wearing religious symbols
"Fights over religion are not exactly new in Quebec the province has a long history of them. In fact, and there's one fight brewing right now that has implications. Well beyond the provincial border and could spark outrage around the world. Depending on who you ask the issue at stake in Quebec right now has either absolutely no need for any legislation at all. Or is an absolutely critical part of the province's democracy. So small stakes right Quebec's majority. Provincial government plans to adopt Bill twenty one before the national assembly breaks for holiday in mid June. If it passes the Bill would ban public workers in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols. He can imagine how messy that would get. So why is this Bill necessary? What problem would it solve how much public support? Does. It have how do it supporters defended against criticism that it will unfairly target Muslims, and particular, and why is this an international mess. Just waiting to happen. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Michael Cohen is a columnist and broadcaster and a recent graduate master's program in divinity at Trinity College. His stink tion with distinguished visiting. Shen? I I'm even special within the special. Well, we wanted to talk to you because this is a a religious matter. And because you've written you've written about it a couple of times, can you briefly just start by explaining what Bill Twenty-one in Quebec claims to do with a very well put that question when he claims to do what it's intended to achieve very different the things, but extensively I missed to remove all obviously, religious identification from public administration. So if you work for the state for the government, and that includes all sorts of things and teaches to police officers, and so on a many jobs in Quebec, you won't be allowed to wear things such as and he has become very pertinent Islamic headcovering. If you're a woman, perhaps a very obvious crucify. Fix. If you're a Christian yarmulkes skull Cobb, if you're Jewish and this would include a turban if you're a Sikh. Won't apply to people already in the service bought? It was brought in by a Quebec government that is populous to large degree on one with a safe majority and still have the majority and as I wrote him mcclain's. They certainly have the right to do this. Whether they they have the responsibility to act in such a way, but what is really aimed at quite obviously is Muslim women very few Jewish people where yarmulke some do modern orthodox Jews pretty wouldn't be in the public services much if you wear a crucifix. Well, it's generally underneath share and tuck it in. Yeah. And it's not required. There's no Christian nomination that requires that the Quebec was was clinical. It was a clerical state as was island as well. As to send incense Spain for the longest time, and all of these countries or provinces have reacted to that. And the related secularism. It's not particularly contemporary in Germany in the nineteenth century had what was called the call to come for whether the the Prussian state, which was Protestant. But just secular. Bismarckian wanted to defeat the power of the Catholic church in the south, and you have elements of that in what's going on now. So what happened in Quebec is that the Catholic church has really been expunged from power and on the prince has become fairly prosperous, partly as a result. But it's just I it's a coincidence. But after Catholicism came the the next most visible religion, which was the slim, and you have to throw into this is I'm a phobia, and I think the term is overused. It's one thing to to be very very angry about the what ISIS does and about the extremism that is within Islam, but that's a tiny minority of Muslim people. A most of the victims of that sort of craziness are the Muslims. What is the reasoning behind this from the government's point of view? What argument are they making about why this should happen? Just in state. They say there has to be a tangible division separation between church and state, and I think most Canadians would agree with that. We don't have that in our constitution, the Americans, actually, do we don't but affectively. We do have it. We don't have an established church like in England. And I think there are many people in Quebec because the left two largest into supported this, by the way, I think who would say, yes, we must have that. But another part of it is simply all of the polls of the ball pretty much supposedly being taken of showing. There is more anti-muslim feeling in Quebec than other parts of Canada. Yeah. Quebec is always been fairly raw in those terms. Its relationship with his Jewish minority. Montreal in particular has always been being not a troubled one. But a more vibrant, one, I suppose in some ways if you think of Linda Cohen and Mordecai Richler on on some, but at the same time there are issues there. So that there is the if you let positive church and state separation and the negative which is we don't like these people they have to completely assimilate with suspicious of so both of those elements are involved. What does it look like when it takes effect on the ground who will be impacted? The most was good question. We don't really know. We've already had some young women. Who are the he job who teaches English? They'll resign. They won't teach anymore. The protests all taking place. Teachers unions are very angry. I suspect as with the New Zealand symbolic gesture you would have some non Muslim women when wearing the job as a protest. But here's the problem. It will marginalize people who want to be part of mainstream society. I mean, this was like a birthday present to the radicals though. So because the Muslim radical position it all over the world, not just in case, I know Europe. Well, what they say to to almost as you will never fit in you part of world is lab, you're not part of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, so in a never never think you are now mostly Muslims. So that's not true. I am. You know, I I'm British. I'm french. I'm Jim and what to say to someone you cannot wear the job. Yeah. The radicals. And I've already read some of the propaganda. You see we told you. So they don't like you. They don't want you can only fit in. If you if you lose your slam and and Quebec has. They've said they're trying to defeat radicalism. They've played into his hands are outwardly visible religious symbols. Actually, a problem in any way that the government needs to address do we know of any sort of reasoning behind things that are resulting from this that the government should could could at least extensively be claiming to be fixing with this. I think the the book or the the full covering, which is very it's very isolated. There were very few people who actually have that. I think that is problematic. If you can't really see the person, you're speaking to this body language involved in a court of law, for example, or driving a car, but that's a tiny fringe, and that can be an and they're up most people, I know in the humidity have some issues with that too. But the hijab which is far more common, which you see quite a bit icon think of any problem. I mean, it's a problem for those people who regard it as a problem there. There have been experiments undertaken where people have put on a yarmulke a Jewish prayer cuff. Garing and won't through various areas to find out what the reaction is. Right. And it's not a problem for the person who's wearing it and phenomenal decent people. But the anti Semite for the big. It's a problem. There aren't many of those. I don't see this as being problematic. But I see on the in Toronto all the time young Muslim girls, we're gonna hit job and young girls. Have also races not wearing it. Just locking about being kids together just being normal and Canadian and we haven't seen it before. It's a new generation, but that's been said over and over again that was said when when ours Catholics came that was said when when Jews came the there's always a group who will react badly to a newcomer, but I don't see it as being offensive. I don't see how a teacher wearing a hit job is less able to do her job than a teacher not wearing when it comes to the wearing of the turban, and we dealt with this kind of long ago, you know, when seeks will prepare to late in their lives in huge numbers for the empire, the coming wealth in the second World War. And of course, the first World War people didn't. So I don't have. That you know, the head gear. And so if a Sikh qualms to be a call carry a sidearm and say, I'm gonna enforce law and order, and we said, well, you can't do it. Because of what you're wearing on. You know, we will most sensible than that. So all of these things can be accommodated. But there's some people who don't want to accommodate what has
"bismarckian" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"It is I was kind of disappointed. All branches on the same tree that just goes to someone going come on stop your hands and clap this. Okay. Someone holding up two branches and just dancing like there's no tomorrow. Got it signed spinner music. Exactly. Okay. Good. Now. I feel I've confessed my part. I feel comfortable getting into the song. If you guys do right? I'm just going to say right now. Listen to Space Jam soundtrack. I think it is the soundtrack itself, maybe unpunctual. I don't know. Have you heard basketball? Jones gasket Joan nominal saw. I turn to you. That's the name of the song. Right. Yes. So good. I know that one single song high fly like an eagle. Hi, it's all star song. It's insane. The single song on this album is made by a person of color aside from the spin doctor song, and even they have Bismarckian it. Spin doctors in Bismarck. It's are run DMC Aerosmith. Sure. Should we get into it? Yeah. Everybody is time the slam crowded right away. Welcome to the space. At the Space Jam. Oh my God. I know sorry. I'm starting to I felt that as I cut it out. So just like it's important because why do I hear Missy Elliott's beat dropping and after that spot which one which had been one of those control. I keep hearing that in my head almost drop any beat after that. It's just a crowd going ape shit. I don't know the way the process those vocals just doesn't feel right to me. If I keep thinking, it's something else. Do you know what I mean like the production on the ama-? Owning it is simultaneously. It feels like it's an someone's singing into an announcer. Mike like a half empty auditorium. That's like kind of muffled and the crowd is under it. It is it's weird to be like bigger kind of small it feels like they are recording it through that announcing my but someone has the microphone like up to right where the mic is. And the crowd is like fifty feet away. But then they open it up after that, it feels bigger, but that part is strange in the rest of the song. Feels like a basketball. I don't know how. Make sense of that when it starts, but hor- a basketball. I'm just like no that just feels like basketball. Sorry. What were you going to say before I say as much it sounds kind of small at the top. It does definitely get you aware that like shit to pop you hear this. You're like, oh, everyone freezes and weights. I can only imagine the success rate at a wedding. Let's go. Hey, it was insane. But after like minute to curious if that energy maintained all, it may who oftentimes would get up at a party and just seeing the entire song as if I was like controlling the crowd energy continues the entire five everyone know the worst of the song. No Nuff enough. But it's like single Lord parts are what everyone knows when you're the call and response part. Everyone knows okay. And I know all of the words this song and was so upset that for a while that people put the song like Jeremy you got this see to me, pretty obscure. Well, welcome to. Mersa? Do you know all the words? You will by the interesting. Sure do. Heard Mersa sounds so passionate about anything feel so. Space Jam in Canada different there, maybe proximity. Maybe there was they had space preserves the first question asked me when I got here with how did this happen? Okay. You gotta get too that beet drop, man. Oh this. Well, everybody get up. Everybody get up. It's time to slam. Now, we got a real jam going down to the Space Jam. It's your chance. Do your dance at the space. Jim..
"bismarckian" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"You limp on into Bismarck and get outta here. Their health supremacy. Yeah. I don't know. Theory for that. Wow. North Dakota, congratulations in Montana and Wyoming. We're only five point seven percent of the insurance applicants have a health problem. Better luck next time in North Dakota where twelve point four percent of life insurance applicants health condition. That's not explicable. There's gotta be a reason Mississippi's always at the top of those lists North Dakota and life insurance applicants which were much more likely to smoke be depressed or have diabetes than the national average. But right next door in Montana with similar climates in terrain. They don't not trying stand there. Just bitterly jealous of South Dakota. By population hubs about the same same lot of difference. The biggest city in North Dakota. Probably bizmart is Mark. How many how many folks you reckon? I'm from South Dakota. And we think people who live in North Dakota are crazy. It's so cold up there. Right. Who live up there? The. I don't know the DC teased, by the way for states you live in fairly healthy, quite healthy. As a matter of fact, the the next tier of healthy for California. And then kind of in the middle for your Washington, and Oregon and Arizona and Nevada. If we still care Fargo is the biggest city in North Dakota course, record hundred hundred twenty thousand of course, Bismark seventy two thousand close, please. How do you live cargo has nothing to do there? The people in Fargo say how do you live in Bismarck with nothing to do? Right. Idiots. Tell you what I tried to talk to a Bismarckian the other day talking to a dog. I'm telling you idiots. Oh, hey, speed Fargo is funny. I was talking a few days ago about I need to do a dump run. But I don't really have enough to do a proper dump Ron and the stuff's too big for the regular trash, and we got an Email. I failed to read from a bloke. Who said Joe Joe, it's the pleasures of the reciprocating saw like a sauce all just get tough bastard. Blade. It's just whatever you got that old office chair. You mentioned just saw that bastard and a half. And then and then he said, I call it the Fargo method reference to the charming scene at the end of the original movie. But then you just put it in your regular trash chunk at a time, the nano that it seemed like a really good excuse to buy a tool, which is the greatest pleasure. Any man can have bought my wife rolled rise while we're at Lowe's..
"bismarckian" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"With John Cheri Preston. We're going I'm looking at the globe story here. Second hour, by the way at morning meeting. Talking about the Kirk minihane shake up over at W E E. I in. Just a little bit of a heated conversation, or at least. I'm all annoyed about sort of the idea that somebody is axed from their own show when they when they decide to take a when they take Aleve for an illness. But I did want to just quickly read through the globe story to see how much salt they put in the wound. Or I don't know what I mean, I can see them. They they try, of course, not to spike the football and not to do a dance on his grave. I guess but. But they must be internally. Because there certainly is no love lost between the editors at the globe. And cook many hand. So it says to do six year. Turn is a morning program is marked by controversy. Kaci contentiousness inconsistence gave consistent ratings success. So there you go at least they. Acknowledge something despite many hands occasional airing of grievances station corporate management. He's not leaving me is going to host his own show. It's gonna be mutton Callahan whose semen to affiliates national platform provide Kirk the opportunity to host to show the way, he envisions without having to worry about certain station and FCC guidelines. That's a nice statement from Entercom there and later library did on some details during a impromptu Q and A on Twitter. He said the new show begins early next year. He knew about a two weeks ago or two weeks ago that he wouldn't be returning new program will not have a co host and Callahan. Wanted the morning program to remain intact. The Manhattan has been on a leave of absence from the morning program since early September. He revealed August ninth that he had checked himself into Winchester hospital was suicidal thoughts. He said he was transferred to McLean hospital where he underwent treatment Manahan briefly returned to the show, but went back on his leave of absence September six, and I don't think he'd actually had. He really returned. I thought he had just come back onto sort of explain what was going on for maybe a week ten days. Maybe not not a long period of time. But he did come back because I know they were going into the football season. And there was a one point where he actually had an interview with Tom Brady on the Monday morning hits. The Brady does with the I in Brady kind of entity. I remember that he was in for that. So he was in for maybe eight ten shows. There's a quote, of course from him. So he's saying that he came back to work too fast himself on Twitter, so many hand has long been Canterbury's battles with Russian acknowledging. He's still working through included working through some of the reasons for struggles included conflicts with anti common, which we all know about because he's talked about very openly on air that of course, they don't want talked about or whatever I got a lot of stuff with management to build on my head. I have to get to the point where I realized they're just not gonna change which probably is true. So that's it yada, yada, yada, yada. It's been around. So they don't. Rub salt in the wound or anything like that here at least they play it straight. Yeah. I mean, the whole thing too. Is that the two sports stations are just different. I mean, the sports hub deals ninety nine percent of the time sports other than the morning show with toucher and rich with oh, go in different directions. And I think they're incredibly entertaining and really good radio guys. But the midday show in Feldman mas- from two to six sports. That's what they talk about for some pop culture in there in the midday show. But it's it's sports with the sports from ten to six, but from six to ten it's always been kind of a little bit of everything I think works. Denison, Callen even from the get-go the app get into other social issues, they get into politics. They weren't afraid to go there because. Yeah. Right. And they got in trouble. Oftentimes in suspended for things they said, and I think a really good morning show has to have some variety into it. You cannot sit there for four hours from six to ten in the morning because first of all your audience keeps changing you're not the same. People aren't listening to the full four full four hours. You can't sit there and rehash what the Celtics did last night. Patriots are going to do in their by week. I mean, you just can't do it. It's boring. It's boring for the host let alone for for the audience. So you need to go into politics and interesting stories or whatever may be and that's why those shows both work. The thing is the sports hub. There's there's not infighting. And if there is it stays off the Airways with the it seems like it seems like they it sounds like the Trump White House. They kind of love it. And they kind of built off that network for WFAN New York, which was really the first all sports station in the country worked for Howard Stern. And I think that Howard Stern. I think is essentially the idol of Kirkman hanso he wanted to kind of model his show his career a little bit after Howard Stern where you kind of fighting with every which which works when you're carrying the ratings, and you get those big checks, and I guess Entercom to said, you know, he went away and the ratings were the same move on. But you bring up that point earlier Hillary, I think is very valid that you know, here's someone who's dealing with mental health issues. Takes a leave of absence things that he has sacked back together and is not allowed back on the year. I mean, if if someone left because of maternity leave three months later goes oh camera to come back on would they shun that person if they said, no, then they would rightly get a bad story. Exactly. There's been no bad story about this. It's which I find odd. I find that upsetting who is going to write that story 'cause he's offended a lot of people. Okay. It's not going to be Chad fan. It's not gonna be any of the sports call MRs Dan Shaughnessy or Chris Gasper tramples, right? We have a new sports columnist, and Tom Keegan who's actually going to be joining us between one and two today on Boston Herald radio on the rundown. So he doesn't know much about Tom, Keegan if Ron borders were still here would not be Ron Borges reaching out for Kirkman. I remember that when when Kirk kind I've never heard somebody so happy by alarm often just one World War three. And obviously, I'm friends with Ron borders. And I reached out that day. Feeding my help I was there for him. And I said if this happened ten years ago, I think you would have driven over TI and maybe confronted him. He said, oh, yeah. And we're not have ended while for Minihan knowing how Ron can take care of himself, but Ron's older with a with a young child. So he doesn't do those things. But yeah, who's who's his friends in the media? Saw Joe Haggerty. NBC? Gerry Callahan Riley, nobody at the station. The station despise. But I'd say this, and you're absolutely you're right. There are times when. And I would hope it would be it would be nice to have a newspaper or something right right about this their times. When even if you disagree with the person, you you see what is happened to them is wrong. And that the company that they are working for has acted incorrectly. And that sort of a columnist who writes that column even though it's clear that they don't get along with the person is seen as awesome because it's actually a better call in that way. Are you are you don't even like this person? They've taken many digs at you. I mean, this is all of course, just fantasy and made up. But but what I'm saying is if this is somebody who you just don't really have any love lost for and then you write a column saying, but you know, what if you know, nobody should take basically some time to cure an illness and find themselves out of job when they're ready to come back. Exactly is true. No matter how you cut it. I mean, and that's what happened here and it's wrong. And I don't see any anybody else saying this, and that's that's Bs. Definitely no one on the sports hub is going to touch it because that's the competing radio station. And no one really is going to touch it because they'll probably muzzled from management and fought with everybody on every show. I don't think rich Keefe or. Glenn ordway? Or certainly anybody. He's not a remark Rimma goes on that show. A couple of remorse. Love hate relationship. But yeah, he framers allowed because if he wants to still be awning. He's low on the on the. Guy. They're making probably the lowest salary, but he kinda idolizes Kirk. I will be the next Kirk. And it's great. I used to just tell them just be you. That's that's the best thing. You just be yourself. Right. Try to be someone else. Just go out there and have your opinions and so forth, and if it works, so maybe this has to be a news reporter who doesn't even follow this. Right. But can't necessarily be a news reporter, it's got to be an opinion person. Right. It doesn't. Talk a little bit better. I call them. This would be the best because and this is the thing. You know, you're putting you got skin in the game. All of a sudden for really no good reason for the most part, if you're somebody who doesn't really even you know, it's not like you're loyal to this person. It's not like whatever you just see a wrong and say, you know, WPF suddenly because of all the weird. Bismarckian alliances that are like involved in this tiny stupid city. You're you're going to be an enemy of somebody. Even know all you're trying to do here is say X company shouldn't be you know, basically lopping people off of their program. When in fact, they've taken some time to cure themselves. It's a basic should be a basic sort of understood things and yet, right, right? You know, this person lost their gig because they dealt with mental illness, and they feel that they're in a much better place right now, I want to be back on the air and in normal workplaces that would happen radio seems to be completely different than anything else. It really is the one business and in. It's crazy one day you're on top of the world the next day. You're fires said listen show, biz can be brutal. And there's plenty of I mean old school stories, right? Where somebody is out with a broken arm. Oh, that's too bad. And then the other under study. Yeah. So one day Lou Gehrig played twenty one hundred and thirty straight days absence. So so it's not like it's unheard of. But what I'm saying is in this day and age, and by the way, the way Boston is the way in this politically, correct? Area. Right Massachusetts is huge virtue signal signalling you are supposed to take the side of the minority or oppressed, whatever. And so people with mental illness would be I'd say in that group. I know the word ironic is oftentimes mis. Yeah. Certainly overused..
"bismarckian" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"And you know, the the guys, and I'm like, I don't know. I don't follow like an because you said you were hip hop fan. Look around has Kumo de no is marquee. And I'm like, oh, fuck, no. He caught all these like these like, they're all his friends. So he wanted to watch movies with his friends, but he called him up. He was like, oh, I'm gonna have to small D audio to work just like a track star Kuma the backyard, Moses real name Williams mo- when I ran into him. Like, I went into Kumo D probably a year later, and he came up to me was like what's up Burt? And I was like MO he's and everyone's like, how do you know Kumo was like we watched a movie together biz marquee, Bismarck, you as air everyone. The only ones I really say he was a friend. I would say he's just a friend Arab is marquee. I was the two guys. I remember the most were Bismarckian Kumo d I literally only because he was doing while. I was at the time. And so he was using that song. And so. Yeah, those but wrestle bear little bear. Was that scary the rest it isn't gonna kill in hindsight. It is once you watch if you bear attacks with like news anchor with your backup. Yeah. Those are scares fuck. But at the time of such an idiot. I just wanted to be famous. I literally didn't know that you I didn't think that you needed talent per se. I just thought you put a sitcom you get famous. You just then you could just like get TV show getting like getting I want an Escalade, I wanted all the things that you'd see in cribs, you know, one house in the hills. I wanted to be like I wanted everything you saw on cribs. And then and so yeah, just get a Florida state, let come back and give speech. No. They me to donate money that one time. But I want you to come back and give like a what they call that will the Instagram. Wits. Oh, they'll never do that. I'll never get the nether men's embarrassing for them. Do you ever go back? The haven't been back since what would you go back and perform maybe I'd have to be a dig load of money that place up to about weird taste in my mouth. Because when I left they had my fraternity had. Against tried to kick me out of my fraternity everyone wanted to disassociate themselves with me the school the school failed me I had to take prison class systems in Tyler in New York as a young comic. I take the correspondent classes which were kin to the prison systems classes, I just got sent a box of books and a bunch of tests, and they're like go ahead, send them back. And so I had to read the fucking textbooks. I had to read textbooks and take tests, the president disassociated himself with me, they they were horrible. They were absolutely horrible to me. So that last month two months in my life was like I was like I'm ready to get the fuck out of here. Okay. Kill them with success. Yeah. I guess now what is it? So how much are tickets to a Bert Kreischer show on tour thirty five dollars.
"bismarckian" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Like, the biz more key Dan's like, the talks about that's only just Bismarckian so muscle where the fuck is Bismarck. This is everywhere business a celebrity DJ DJ's all the high profile parties around Hollywood, and such he rubs elbows with all of those all those types. But he does his thing. He makes good money DJ for these parties Will Smith and Magic Johnson and all this kind of stuff. But my soul, my soul. If you referring to my song me and the biz biz. Yeah. So that was the cane. So just Ronald exactly I forgot my fucking notes, right? My my my song was supposed to be a duet is supposed to be a duet with me and biz I learned during the process of making my first album that Cain pretty much wrote a lot of business rhymes, and so Mali explained to me that the way it worked was Cain with labor. Visit business versus down. He'll he would spit them. And then give biz the tape biz. We'll take the tape memorize it. And then come back and spit. So I was like, okay, cool. I really think that this is a perfect beat for this. I wrote my verse his verse I say, okay, I'm going to record my parts and then our call business parts on a separate track. And I'll change my voice. So that he'll know when he hears the song when he roms when Iran, Jim. It's not short. But then again stop from ball. Wittman someone is about to body from the book. It's all the way up until you left tail following goal. Title follicle. Just. Jim. Before. Faucet for maybe. Knots up..
"bismarckian" Discussed on Reason Podcast
"Well, I think you need a different administration. Yes, certainly, right. He's personally, I think, does everything he can actually decrease trust in himself except for the, you know, his, his core supporters. You know, it's hard and it's hard for the federal government to do this. I think you could have that build up of trust at lower levels of government because there are a lot of municipal governor. That do actually work pretty effectively. And so you know, you might get some bottom up movement in in in that respect. I think in order to get a more effective federal government, you'd have to do such radical surgery that. You know. And I don't think the political basis for that is, is that a long-term pessimism where it is just that in a big government. And obviously, Bill Clinton famously declared the end of the big government, but big government is kind of like General Motors. It'll continue on, but it'll never be the pacesetter that it was or where it might even be more. I don't know like Sears Roebuck where you know our p. where your giant and then you just disappear because they can't reform itself. We have particular, I'm, you know, if you look around the world at other democracies there are other rich democracies that worked pretty well. People trust their government. You know, Commonwealth county, Canada, Australia, Germany, Netherlands, most of Scandinavia. I mean, these have governments that are very big. They do a lot of stuff, but there seemed to they scene. They're seen doing it well, and I think there that's part of American exceptionalism. I think that there are. I mean, quite frankly, we have such a. Anti-status tradition, but you libertarians. I would like to think that we won the argument that government is ineffective and bad Muslims time. I, I'm not sure you know, I write a lot about how that Rozhin of social trust. Weirdly or ironically actually brings calls forth more government because people in low trust countries want more government regulation of very aspect of their lots, but it does. I think the distrust of government traps you in a kind of low level equilibrium where you say the government's not working there for, you know, why pay my taxes? Why give it more resources? Why give it more thority? And then because it doesn't have resources or thority doesn't do a good job and then people say, oh, see, but we are. We're also at the end and this is true everywhere of the kind of Bismarckian welfare saying, it's just it's unsustainable from an economic point. You unless you restrict immigration unless you restrict. I mean you, you have to it. I, you know, it's it's hard to maintain that over time. So it's we clear. I mean, it seems like we need a different paradigm. I mean, a lot of European countries. Are going to, you know, their welfare states, we're gonna survive, you know? Yeah. Well, we'll see how many, how many Muslims are living in Sweden, right in another ten years or so. And they have also, you know, it's interesting because Canada has a very high percentage of foreign born people and a relatively robust welfare state. So you know, there are, you know, certainly examples that you could point to to talk about dignity in your earlier work. Does the post Cold War turn to identity politics? And obviously it was starting before that, but you know, we the the postwar ends co- Cold War ends. We, there's a turn, a sharp turn to identity politics on religious and nationalist grounds as well as other things. How does it either contradict or validate your theory or your thesis in the end of history? Well. If you go back to the end of history in the last man, the book the last several chapters are really about identity. I mean, I talk about few most and I talk about mega Lowthian through Mehan isos. He Mia, as forces that could potentially upset this democratic and of history because. Generic recognition as a human being, which is what democracies do is not enough for people. They want special forms of recognition, and that's why I left the book..
"bismarckian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Show with Joe beningo and Roberts tomorrow at ten AM. Our reaction to giants Texans Carl banks stops by plus thoughts on the rest of week three of the National Football League and the Yankees embark on their final week of the regular season. We'll talk about where they stand in the playoff race. It's the midday show right here on the fan sports radio one zero one nine FM and sports radio sixty six WFAN and WFAN FM New York. Four forty three on the fan. My throat's bother me. Otherwise, I would have. This is my jam right here. Eight seven seven hundred thirty seven sixty six sixty six Bismarckian baby. Let's get back to the calls on the giants. Next hour. I'll go a little bit around the NFL give you some pics. We'll do all that still taking your Yankee phone calls. Doing it all, but let's get back to the NFL and the giant phone calls. Ralph and Batesville what's going on Ralph. Well, well. Madonna's going up. I think you're sick. Like may write something in my throat. Yeah. My throats been bothering me. Let's fit for a week before it gets to the colts eagles real quick. I know you're doing that coming up. I agree with you. I think I mean. I mean talk about a super duper when? What happened last year? They can't. All right. I agree with you. I don't think they're gonna wait. You know, a couple of games, but the season's over. I mean, I hate to say. Any hopes of playoff football. Yes. I would agree. They cannot you're thinking about it this way every game the NFL's where ten games in the baseball season's over thirty. Right. I guess it's a little different like that. Because all it takes is one one game the be ten and thirty. But you know, right, right. Right. If you have to call plaza stands today with the idea that, you know, being that you have a euro colts fan, then yes, obviously, there's an opportunity being that you're. I don't know. I I would say no, I don't think they do. I love Andrew luck. He's come back, and he's played actually looks good. I know if it back that right there. Nine months the factor that in. Yes, I do obviously. And thank you for the call Ralph. I do. Not so much rights there that doesn't really bother me so much. But the fact that winds could be rusty. Absolutely. I do I just don't like anything about the colts their quarterback. And I think the eagles coming off an embarrassing loss and get there. What was an MVP quarterback before he got hurt to get their guy back and. Excuse me to be at home against the subpar colts team. I don't see it. I think it said. Philly minus seven I guess, there's a chance to colts could cover I wouldn't count on it. I think the eagles are going to be pumped to be home with their guy. Coming off an embarrassing loss. To a team. They really is as hot as the books are. They had no business losing that game. I'd be very surprised if the colts win it. Yoshua in Brooklyn. What's going on here on the fan? Hello. Yes. I think the giants had taken a shot down the failed every game. I don't disagree with the and thank you for the call your line was a little I couldn't hear you that. Well. That's but that's that all goes back to the offensive line. They don't have the time to take the shots down the field. They have to figure out a way to get it done. I completely agree. Whether they have to bring in max protect can just have one or two guys running around whatever they have to do to figure out a way to try to attack down the field, especially with with their world talented Beckham with the guy they just paid all this money to if you know the most talented wide receiver in the game. Arguably they have to figure out a way to get him down the field. I totally agree. But that all it's all predicated on offensive line play though on some level. The offense of line has to give them the opportunity to go down the field. But yeah, no shots have to be taken. They can't continue. I mean, it's hard to it's hard to really get a feel for the giants after that Dallas game because the offensive line made the offense they couldn't even run their offense. So it's hard to say what the giants are trying to do. I don't think they were capable of attempting what they were trying to attempt. That's how bad the offensive line was. I don't know if the game plan was to attack down the field. They they found out quick. They didn't have time to do it. And that's why you get fourteen receptions from the from the running back. I the giants absolutely need to attack on the field. But. It's hard for me to say that you know, that's not that wasn't in their game plan against the Cowboys. I don't think they were able to run their game plan. That's what that's that's what this offensive line will do to you guys running free and Eli Manning's face all day long. Not not being able to even take a four or five strep step drop eliminates the game plan. I don't know what they were trying to do because they were getting beat at the point of attack on every single play. Bob and Bergen county. What's going on, Bob? Hey, I got to shift gears on you with a Yankee. That's okay. Easily shift? Okay. Well, first of all real quick on the manager the manager issue. I agree with everything you said stop about Girardi boon. It's kind of a moot discussion because Aaron Boone is a manager the manager. So that's. We can only get better. The only thing worth arguing the merits of Aaron Boone. And I just all I'm saying is, you know, as bad as you wanna say. It's been bad. It's hard. This is where it's it's difficult for me has he done a tremendous job. No. I don't think he has. I think he's done a fine job as a rookie manager. And whatever you thought of this team, whatever your aspirations were or whatever you expected of this team taking a win ninety eight to one hundred games. I don't know how much more I really felt Aaron Boone should have gotten out of this team. And when you look at the the injuries they had with judge being alpha forty games with Stanton playing poorly. You know, I just don't know with eleven straight starts from their ace. That was not even just sub par putrid. I mean, I don't know. What else I expected Aaron Boone to do? Did he make mistakes? Have I watched game and gone. What is he thinking here? Yeah. I have. Yeah. But but that doesn't mean that I think he's done this terrible job. I don't know. What else I wanted from this guy? I don't know. What else I wanted from this team? If the Red Sox are having a normal season and had ninety wins right now. And the Yankees were four or five games up. We'd be thrilled with his performance. Yeah. We've where we'd be sitting here saying what a great season. All the adversity. They've overcome them. And you know, e even what the season they're having all, you know. I mean Red Sox aside to having a as much as I hate to say it in the world they season there's a lot a lot of positives to take out of the season look at the gallon. Do look at the you know, glacier tour. Absolutely what he's done. How about Luke? Void. I mean, if you're not having fun. A couple of weeks now about what is he going to do in the future? Shane spencer. Yeah. If you're not having fun watching that guy. You should quit watching baseball. I completely agree. Do think he's high for one thing. He's more of a Shane Spencer than he is a long lasting player. But I totally agree with you. I totally agree with you. Oh, sure. What? He's doing right now. Yeah. It's it's it's fun. And I mean, I for one I'm thrilled that they cracked a champagne they should enjoy. I've played a hundred and fifty something games already fallen how many miles back and forth across the country. It's an accomplishment. They made the playoffs. Absolutely. I'm bob. And thank you for the call. I completely agree with you. There's no embarrassing and sell zone Barrasso, celebrating being a wildcard team, especially when you won ninety five games now then in sneak into this thing. They've been the they've been the leader of the wild card race for all year. They they've either been in the division lead early on or in the lead of the wildcard game the entire season. They back into this. Does nothing to be ashamed of and with Aaron Boone. I and you made a lot of points along with the injuries and the overcoming different things. There have been a bunch of pleasant surprises. Absolutely. Nobody thought Andujar would do this. They went out Brian Cashman went out and traded for Brandon jewelry because they they weren't. Sure. What was they thought they needed a starting third baseman? And they went out and made a trade for one. And then this kid steps up. When jury start seeing double and has the issues this kid steps up and has the kind of season he has now remind may very well win rookie of the year. And as a doubles machine. I mean, that's an enormous positive. If you really think about it. How amazing have the have the Yankees rookies. Been in the last three seasons to see these rookies come up and play like this year in and year out. They have another superstar rookie this year. They've had to. Sixteen even go back to fifteen and bird. Now, he wasn't quite on the same level. But when he stepped in for the Shera, he was excellent. He was very good. The best stretch of ball. He's played is entire career. He came up, and he was solid twelve or fifteen home runs in the last two months, or so, you know, he wasn't a world beater, but he was a very solid player. Then sixteen obviously Sanchez comes up and is just amazing at the end of the year hitting a home run every day. Just unbelievable when he came up and sixteen and was hitting home runs and the Red Sox series, and they you know. They send Alex Rodriguez away. And suddenly, he's just the best player in baseball for for a month and a half. And he was doing it from the catching position he was just amazing. And then Aaron judge last year. Fifty two home runs rookie of the year second in the MVP vote. And now this you got Andrew Harr and Torres. It's amazing. That's why I just laugh when people tell me that Brian Cashman's done a bad job. Just laugh. Should he have traded for another outfielder? Amore mccutchen or another outfielder before he did, you know? Yeah. Probably he could have brought in another outfield area. She could have made that trade. Have there been little things where he's made mistakes on? He's not perfect. But if you look at the young players that the Yankees have brought up to this team over the last three years and the superstars now that they have cheap and young and sustainable for the next handful years. He's done a remarkable job remarkable. Eight seven seven.
"bismarckian" Discussed on KGO 810
"G L eight ten. Good evening. I'm Pat Thurston. John Rothman is here in studio with me today, and I'm gonna let Jon talk, but I I'm not gonna get much time to talk I know this hour. So I'm going to take advantage where I can the first of all I want to say that. Yeah. There's way too much for us to talk about this weekend. There's so much going on. And we're gonna talk about some of the most important issues. We have this terrific and very important guest. Who is joining us. His name is David levering Lewis. Dr Lewis is an American historian. He's a two time Pulitzer prize winner for his biographies of w e b DeVos his latest book, which is receiving tremendous acclaim is the improbable Wendell willkie, the businessman who saved the Republican party and his country and conceived a new world order, and I mean, I think about that. I think about the title and old timey Republican businessman who saved the Republican party in his country do tell well, John Roth will get. Get into it with Dr Lewis in just a minute and effort of all I want to welcome you David levering Lewis to the program. It's so good of you to join us this evening. Thank you for being here. It's a pleasure to be with you ES. Indeed. I I wanna start out like I said 'cause John won't let me otherwise. And I wanna talk with you about something quite specific that I noticed in your book, Dr Lewis, you are black. You probably know that you you wrote these two Pulitzer prize winning books on WABC, boys. You've written biography of Martin Luther King, you know, full. Well, the horrific racism, the lynchings that were still commonplace and legal in the south the new deal a gem for white Americans with little for blacks all of this the America during the time of Wilkie. Now, I understand that willkie was someone who was a strong advocate for civil rights. What was his attitude? What did he do to further the cause of equality to enjoy? Sure that black Americans could participate in America's democratic system. Did he allow black Americans to walk through the front door to sit in any vacant seat on a bus to eat it? Whatever restaurant they could afford to expect Justice from law enforcement in the courts in short. What did he do to further the cause of civil rights in America? I live near thing to the African Americans could not do or only did with difficulty was a vision that willkie had from earliest days that this should be the natural, right? The natural the privilege of an American citizen. And so from that point of view, his advocacy was colorblind that is to say citizenship broad brings with it. The rights a under the constitution. I suppose the fact that one of his earliest encounters in the public domain was to oppose the Q Klux Klan, which though he was then an important attorney for the Firestone corporation in Akron, Ohio that part of the United States was infested. One must say by. A burgeoning to Klux Klan Wilkie oppose the clan and. Made it possible for the school board of Athens too has on its board citizens who were open minded on bigots and who wanted. Akron educated as they should be all of the children. Indeed. I think that also the reaches that they will keys in heartland America in a little small town of else else L would were descended from the eighteen forty eight hours. Those Germans who resisted the the the power growing power of Bismarckian authoritarianism in Prussian, Germany and found in fact, that it was so unacceptable that they migrated to the United States to contribute to the kind of openness that they believed America represented. And so the will case where the quintessential lay Representative of that strain of immigrants from Germany eighteen forty eight hours who settled in ultimately finally in. In in Indiana. And they're they never forgot that power must rest with the people. They were always suspicious of all of the appeals to kind of old for a paid through patriotism, and and indeed to the imperialism that swept across America as part of that part of our acquisition of of the Philippines, and our acquisition of Puerto Rico, and our embrace of the Kipling esque view that there was a white man's burden at the spread the flags of Britain and the United States and other European hours across the globe. And we'll kiss bother Herman willkie said, oh, no. We don't sing. Those songs. We oppose those things. And we are Democrats with a small the quite proudly, and they embraced the curious and very promising though at the end of the day, not successful campaign, William Jennings. Bryan that interesting populous who believed in the silver dollar is a solution to poverty and the incentivize -ment of all Americans to control the power of the cartels and business as the solution to the good society. David I want to jump in first of all that greets you David levering Lewis who were interviewing his book, the improbable Wendell willkie, you may know, reviewed brilliantly in the New York Times, the New Yorker magazine ran a feature in the current edition. And the Wall Street Journal, it's being reviewed an acclaimed everywhere. Of course, David the twice the winner of the Pulitzer prize. Can you tell us David? Walter white is a name not known to many. But he was the head of the end of Lacey pe- a leading advocate for equality. Can you explain the friendship between Wilkie and white and their impact on Hollywood in the nineteen forties. Oh, well, and actually the way I found my way to the life and times when the location is it years ago when I was writing another book cold when Harlan was in vogue, which was about during Jian America in the twenties and thirties, I came across in a drawer in the library of congress citation of a letter that Wendell willkie had written to Walter white. The head of the national association for the bench with people, and it was written after Wendell willkie had been defeated in the Wisconsin primary in nineteen forty four. When. He hoped once again to run for the presidency, and he was unsuccessful and his party the Republican party at virtually disowned. And that letter from Wendell to Walter said, this was a wonderful evening that you recorded me, the gentleman who were there was so perceptive, and so engaged in all the causes that I it was a wonderful evening. People may think that I am discounting instant, I'm depressed by what's happened recently. Not at all he said and people like you and that evening sustain me and said, he Walder we have an obligation to finish writing the book that we plan to write which is about race in America. Good. Ordinary. I knew this man. I I remembered that my father was a espouse his calls. I was probably about four or five. I remember that. My mother said, oh, no, I'm a democrat and you're rolling dad's. But that was summoned substance of it well stars forward to my engagement with the life and times of of Wendell willkie. And I remembered I remembered that as a defining representation of the man's inner self, and so he was of course, unfortunately, defeated by Franklin Roosevelt in nineteen forty. In the campaign for the presidency. He had reached out to Walter white because he thought that his and credit as an opponent vigorous opponent and successful opponent of the queue Klux Klan in the place where he made his fame Akron, Ohio would be a credit to him. And that perhaps the NAACP light is not endorsed him in subtle ways. The a positive force in the contest. Of course, the NAACP was resolutely nonpartisan said it, but it was also resolutely officially unofficially. Pro a democrat point out. You have a wonderful picture in the book of wonder Wilkie sitting with Walter white. We have to take a break of my guest and pats guest is David levering Lewis. The improbable win the Wilkie the business. Man who saved the Republican party and his country and conceive the new world order when we come back, David. We're gonna play a little sound. I think you'll enjoy. But also, I want to know how he saved the Republican party how he saved his country, and how you would contrast him with the Republican party today here here on John Rothman. And I'm Pat Thurston. This is K GO. Thurston.
"bismarckian" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"We're in store for some warmer weather over the next couple of days, and we should move into the low eighties coastal downtown inland. You'll be pushing into the nineties combine that with lower humidities in the inland. Micro-climate locations and some gusty onshore wind, and we could see fire hazards, go up in the foothills in the mountains for CBS news eight I'm meteorologist Shawn styles. Sunny and seventy three into LA vista. Russell westbrook. Underwent knee surgery today. He's going to miss the entire preseason could be sidelined for the Oklahoma City thunder. First few regular season games to Brent winter bills, next AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. The show is radio live. AM seven sixty KFI. It's always appropriate. Start the six o'clock hour with some Bismarckian. Byron. From the news department at seven sixty K offended. Yeah. It was a Tim Charvet joined right there, buddy. Yeah. He's got that on his ipod driving home. Welcome back. First. I heard about biz markie was just now. Very. Wasn't on the way back from the ice cubes show at the. Yea we couldn't get in. All right. Oh, sorry. Brentwood herbal show. Eight hundred seven sixty K F B is the phone over to be part of the conversation. And we've got a ton of stuff out there. Here's the question. I want you to kind of mull over in your head over the course of this hour, and if you want to weigh in on it, I'd love to get your thoughts. I don't have an answer. I don't have an answer. Usually I have an answer. But I don't have an answer on this one. And you're gonna get mad when I say this. I don't know that there's going to be any consequences for struck and page in these text messages. I I just don't know if anybody is ever going to end up in a set of handcuffs are on trial. I just I got a bad feeling about this because the deep state when they're cornered. They figure out ways to complicate stuff more. So that people then don't understand confusion Babylon the Democrats have submitted one thousand two hundred and seventy eight separate questions to Brett Cavanaugh more questions for him, then all other nominees combined in history. Really? Yes. Wow. I wonder how many? Who's less conservative Justice? Appointed Gorsuch it. Sorry. Alito or Roberts. I wonder how many day guys just twelve hundred seventy eight question understand these are like five part questions that require paragraphs dancer. Okay. This is abusive, and I'm hoping that McConnell decides to shut it down SAT trying to get into Harvard worse than the SAT is torture. It's like, it's really what it is is it's it's rhetorical waterboarding. Lee is in San Marcos wants to talk about the story that I closed out the last hour with with Rutgers University, the Jewish students being forced to pay to get access to the Palestinian event and the department of education then saying it's not a problem. And now coming back and reopening it under the Trump administration's department of education Lee, welcome to the show. What's on your mind? Hey, look, amazing to me is the fact that. Is the media. I never heard this story before I mean, this is a clear case of discrimination. Sure. Is it? Sure is. And you see. But here's the problem. Okay. The problem is the problem is you have a situation inside the universities. And this was the prior administration that did this Obama administration did this by design they went, and they took the office of civil rights, and they would take stuff out of traditional courts, and they would mediate an Judy Kate. The things inside the office of civil rights, and it would disappear down the memory hole. You know, it's it's an unbelievable. Story. Now, here's the thing. The story has been covered. It's it's in. It's in the in the New York Post, Trump administration reopening case, alleging Jewish discrimination at Rutgers. It's in the New York Times education department, reopens Rutgers case charging discrimination against Jewish students. Politicos got one of those as well. Those are really the only three sources of this story. I it's not I didn't see it on FOX. I didn't see it on MSNBC or CNN. I covered it today on Newsmax. But I haven't seen anybody else cover. It's pretty amazing. The fact that talks about it. You wonder how many cases are out there that are similar to this? I mean, this was a black organization. We'll be hearing it pay a night, Maxine Waters who would be yelling, you know, or whatever. Yes. And it's interesting that Kenneth Marcus who's the education department official who has reopened. This case is that he's an appointee. And is described of course, by the New York Times has a long time opponent of Palestinians rights causes. Well, I'm sorry. This isn't a Palestinian rights caused this is discriminating against Jewish students. 'cause I. And the reality is if you're going to have an event that's on a public university, which is and you're going to you're going to make it open to the public. You can't then charge money based on somebody's religion. I don't I really I don't understand like how that's hard to understand. I do not. I do not get where that's a difficulty. You know, we we we have a right to know what you have a right to do. What do you? What do you have? You have a right to give equal opportunity to the folks that go to the school. And it's it's not complicated. It's not hard. Okay. It's a pretty straightforward thing. If if you're just joining us. What happened was back once upon a time in twenty eleven you had an event held by Palestinian students at Rutgers University in New Jersey, and they forced Jewish students or people that they thought were Jewish students to pay a fee to get into the event, but they didn't charge. Anybody else? And that was interpreted as saying you didn't want full equal access to the event. Well, I'm sorry. But that's not acceptable. And now they're investigating. So we'll see how it gets adjudicated. I I wonder about this whole struck page thing ever really bearing any fruit. I know they had a very special can Cubano relationship with each other. I I know that they were they were busy doing all kinds of things and shenanigans and funny business, but it doesn't feel to me like they were doing anything to secure the country. But what if I told you something even weirder happened to Google? So somebody over at Breitbart has a very nice friend Google because they leaked out a bit of video that says explicitly for darnold. Google us only. Darnold. Google use only it's after the election, and they had a companywide meeting that was televised right after the two thousand sixteen presidential election. That reveals an atmosphere of panic in dismay amongst the tech giant's leadership. The video was a full recording of Google's first all hands meeting following the two thousand sixteen election. Sent to Breitbart news by an anonymous source at features co founders Larry page and Sergio is Sergei Brin VP Kent Walker Eileen Naughton CFO, Ruth, Paramjit and CEOs Sanjar Sundar Pichai. It's an hour long. We've got a little sample of this. This is going to be pretty good. Let's let's fire up the old sound machine there. John go. Most people here are pretty upset. Pretty sad for. Because of the election. All political processes are stressful and tough, particularly if the outcome is not what you hope for on top of that. I think all of us would agree. This election was particularly hard. There was a lot of rhetorics. And there were a lot of groups targeted. And so I think that makes it very hard cycle, especially with their values. But I hope couple things I would say. Is you know, it's important to remember. Democratic system. And you know, it's heartening to see actually a transition happen properly. There's actually a lot of historical precedent for boredom being a huge factor and vote. Choice and actually in building extremism. In fact, we've had a lot of work on jigsaw on extremism. That's. The chose high correlation to simple boredom, you know. Also when people vote, and I know people who voted for Trump and people who abstained people voted for Johnson so forth. Like voting is not irrational act as all of you know, who those we were in California. It's like there's just no point voting in the presidential election particular because California possibly matter. And they'll go out and vote. Between us. But but even in the so-called swing states are tens of thousands of parts. So there's no like the point of voting. Is different than what you actually choosing president, Tom? There are a lot of people. In fact, I've talked to the people who voted in various ways that I might not have agreed with them. Like if they were to actually choose the president. They would have made a different choice. Wow. God. How are how are you conservatives losing to these idiots like that sounds to me like a bad NPR podcast on a Sunday morning called? Hello. And you're listening to national public radio's who are we podcast where people get together and sit there China, take Booja and hot Totti's attempt to discern who we are what the hell is that? There are people who vote one way. But then if they chose the president would select the other way. Yes. What what did Sergei Sergei? I know Sergei fabulously wealthy. You can have me abducted, and you can steal my organs. Like, that's how wealthy powerful you are. Okay. But but the reality is, and I know you've been here for a long time because you got graduate degrees and lots of money and all that kind of stuff you're very smart guy in your well hooked up and connected. And you guys you'll live in Silicon Valley, which let's be honest. It's just the most beautiful place on the planet. If you're technique with never having had a boyfriend or girlfriend and your life, and you don't have a life, and you live in your basement with your with your friend there who who worships a Caesar Augustus. But the reality is people vote based on who they are supporting and they sometimes vote based on who they hate. So sometimes I'll vote because I want that person to be the president. But I definitely have been known to vote against that person whom I never want to be president would you vote for sex robot. It such a good point John because that's exactly what they do. That's what they do. And I'm gonna tell you right now, you wanna know why these idiots create sex robots, and I understand that there are sex and sex robots manufactured within our listening area. Sam is where they manufacture a bunch of. Okay. Okay. I'm gonna tell you something right there. Okay. Those those implements in my opinion, those devices in my opinion are for very insecure people who do not have the courage and moral core and strength to actually have human vulnerable interaction with another human being. Breadth will show IM seven sixty talking breaking news. Jim Charvet was. California's watchdog group is investigating whether campaign to keep the state's recent gas tax hike in place violated campaign finance rules. The fair political practices commission said today it will look into a complaint filed by the opposing campaign that alleged state employees were distributing flyers in support of the tax hike. Osias investigating a deadly fall at a construction site in Sorrento valley today it happened this afternoon at an industrial park on Lusk boulevard..
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"bismarckian" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"Stir boom in flagging flock. That sounded more Swedish chef. I did stick the landing. And then again, neither did he. After that happens, you know, even even hawk is standing on that convenient ledge that's been placed there for fifty something Hollywood actors to climb on. And he and he and there's that blind date white light, which led to believe is the annihilation of all the life in the Indian subcontinent, but is in fact, Tom Cruise staring directly at the sun. And of course you read your Wallace Stevens, right? So I can't directly quote it, but can you? Can you can you directly by, you know? Well, Stevens was never never Mike guy. The which one the Blackbird snowman I was saying begin if e- by perceiving the idea of this invention, this invented world, the inconceivable idea of the sun, you must become an ignorant man again and see the sun again with an ignorant I and see clearly the idea that never supposed invented mind as a source of this idea, nor for that mind, compose a Volusia. Innis master folded in his fire. This is from the beginning of notes toward a supreme fiction, which is the only while Stevens I ever site on the podcasts which is should say something. The idea of order at key west all I did that in an article once. But the idea being that like the sun is an antecedents to understanding that is framed as religious thoughts is while Stevens is kind of positing here, but he's also positing that sort of fiction and storytelling and myth and all the things that society engages on sort of the political project are related to this idea of the sun, which is also the thing that inspired the various sorts of prophets through history and his idea that like Tom Cruise engagement by staring into the sun. He may very well believe that this is his clarity. This is his physicist Dianetics, right? This is the metaphor for the exploding volcano on the cover of that mass market paperback. And of course, this is the most close to pro Scientology. This podcast is ever gotten an I assure you would not endorse Scientology, but but it does seem to be located in this movie against global vocabulary of various world religions, traditions institutions, everything from. Martin Landau and despite television show too, you know, like the door, right? It's all over the place, but there is a confrontation with God in this movie and it happens on the mountain top, right? And and superman doesn't get to come. Okay. Okay. I mean. I mean, it is interesting like it's it's kind of a rising to the over world rather than a descent into the underworld. Which would be you would expect to be a feature of the odyssey. I mean, I guess I want to talk about homered just for thirty seconds because the first message being in the odyssey it was it was one where I like by you as you can imagine. And I'm sure the same was true with both of you like my ears immediately perked up like, oh, okay. Is this a Homeric? Epic is this Ethan hunt comes home, right? Like it's not the Alec Baldwin death actually is pretty close to a home, Eric death, but from the Iliad, not from the odyssey, the idea of being because he achieves his his apotheosis as a member of the team, you know, in the field, right, right before he dies and it's like he, he couldn't be more perfect at that moment and he has cut down in the in the sort of prime of life. For the Greek warriors, it would be like in the flower of us right that that that that and that there is something you know. That the bargain is for that is ever lasting fame, you know, you lose your life at its most beautiful, wonderful moment, it's it's, it's kind of a tragic recapitulation of it. Because as you pointed up he'd it's done underground. It's unknown. It's honestly kind of a minor skirmish in the in the long set of of action scenes, though it is the one that involves recognition, right? Because you know, Angela Bassett's on FaceTime and she. You know, she understands that that mustache Jones is not is not who you know. We thought he was Freddie Mercury. Actually, he's a Bismarckian Walker Bismarck ranger, so that that was a sort of America aspect to that..
"bismarckian" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"The toughest thing that the trump haters or the opposition to trump the toughest issue that i resistance the resistance yes they seem it see at least from my perspective it's that the way worst things that donald trump is doing the worst thing that he's the worst you know horrific offenses that he's committed are basically continuations or escalations of obama policies so it's at four trillion armies say this that words then if we're being honest work can and i know you agree continuations of what was due this is like we have had you know i always remember as a kid i had this i forget where they came from the resisting up through was either nixon her four but they were these little figurines of the president and it came with a series of books and you can stack them in this pantheon and you know we would always like have fights between you know like james bond roe versus william howard taft and it's like you know taft pins in sack that but that was the last fat president right yeah the trump i see you're buying into trump trump healthiest man he only weighs one hundred sixty two or something like that you know but what what i was getting at which i plainly forgotten and i'm trying to by residents of until now but the the it was a continuation from bush in into trump yeah you know it was not now now i broke up my own continuity here but it is you know those are the conversations that are worth having not in terms of what aboutism because that's really a problem where because people are like oh you know you're saying trump you know his ripping breastfeeding babies from their mother like leaving their teeth on the nipple and then somebody says oh yeah well obama did it and that's the end of it and it's like we do need to be staging a radically different conversation yeah and it and it's got to get past what about is and it's gotta get past this continuation because we're on a glide path and it is it's not it's not like we're going off the cliff we're not quite allman louise yet but you know we can't have the government that we have and make pass twenty thirty yeah everything is everything goes kind of kerr flew them and if we can't keep interest rates as low as are now than we can't even make it to twenty thirty years that to me that's like where that might be the event yeah that might have if they can't the fed is claiming that there there's drinking their balance on doing this into the next couple years and if that happens it seems unlikely that they'd be able to see the government would be able to keep selling these bonds and getting people to bride them for zero percent android sled poster again this is where you know what worries me is that if we don't i guess maybe this is one of the reasons i'm interested in seeing the reset button appear somewhere outside of straight politics because you know if like we wake up on monday and interest rates have tripled and it affects the government balance she badly these guys are going to pull together and they're going to do like what can we do to say sustain current levels of benefits for fucking old people who are wealthy and they're going to raise your my taxes and they're going to extend you not say like okay so security taxes on every dollar earned income we're going to triple medicare tax because the worst thing we could do is ever cut off people who don't need government help like they don't actually want to help poor people they want to keep wealthy people comfortable and i would be really bad i think like whereas if it comes out of the cultural realm broadly speaking where it's like no you know what like we're living in the overhang of bismarckian welfare state and we need a radically different approach to government where it's not you know we we inherited this stuff from germany a german welfare state through fdr and through lbj through george bush expanding medicare in the early thousands what how do we how do we keep this house kind of in chip we need a tear down and a tear down that is based much more on libertarian principles i think and this i realize you're more of an anarchist but it's like where government has a role to help people can't help themselves.
"bismarckian" Discussed on RobinLynne
"And some of amateurs and frankie came in second place but he never had to take he never had anything to show his children so they can hear this and see this so twenty five thirty years later to him in the 'lanta he was like yeah man he said so we started talking about hip hop and stuff and he said yeah so you say you the same ring ski that was an allergy contest and homer he said he did how you know he said do what shape for twenty five plus years so to be one of three and like you know the tape i well actually i went back to his club he had a you had a club on on peachtree street in downtown atlanta and i say yo here's the tape and again i guess you know saying like put a little bowl around you know man like you know he's like oh smith so yeah he said you'll man you got all these bismarckian have them red alert inhabit nobody had to tape but me so i say this no problem let me let me let me stop there how did that start go to you'll beginnings and you beginning okay i well i wanted our i taped and then what made you start becoming a collective basically be okay back in eighty three nine hundred eighty three nine hundred eighty four i grew up in queens so i grew up in hollis.
"bismarckian" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The switch tony opening track it's not bad while gear liberalism the if the jagger so i was just this morning absent moderate a record right there adams's number nightly yeah singing you're lubbers strong hits man i dunno i have a seat to the i remember the videos by why they rely giants rampaged through new york i haven't heard that song here than anything or for whatever reason roxie earlier this morning i am not as a you down on mercy street by the way dude how 'bout when jagger picks up the phone and goes you're heights mick output bismarckian while i need bismarck marquee on this new our memorial let us on that track with the rolling out the graveyard shower rather dear khanna singh in this whole i i've i i do i said that early i thought we could get past that 'cause i don't think people want that image but yes i was in sharp international to myself in the shower through heiko herrlich at nj scraps kirk nj right leg atlanta khuzman today's youth man i'm just saying you can see what round what is this drugs food and i think so it's a drugs are not do whatever s the jazz opal as you don't take drugs kenny now it happens miles i was going to has he'll do you think that part of the reason why they're not choking out teens is because other teams have found ways to match their death lineup so yes right yes and i think i feel like you can qualified just go back and look this year more than any a year every team this year with the exception of a couple have given the warriors their best no doubt for old out previous year oh yeah north absolutely first championships every three nine there were teams that new they can compete with her just light yo this this is tried i give to get blown out at harrow right right themes of play on the warriors on the road it up when the ors onroad obviously but they're coming in oracle they're like as verily playoff at yeah years and so the better the team given that effort the heart of the time the warriors have hatteras of under attack but i've seen teams coming here and.
"bismarckian" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Of fame american hockey league tonight iowa on the road at cleveland nhl toronto beat the blackhawks threetwo nba phillip ah over chicago won one 101 portland drops minnesota one 23 114 i'm mark allen for news radio 1040 who has kind of fun a couple of days ago i one over to wells fargo reno my let me walk the stairs earn i walk through on on how long couple of thousand stairs just for exercises always nice of them to let me do that but uh i was watching a mud for a long time there was nobody in the building but me and that's kinda bazaar it's a weird feeling after you know you're there usually with thousands of people but thousands of people sure yeah and the then toward the end they started to set up for the g league game over there with the wolves you know the guy was rolling out that via roller with all the basketball's on him and everything and and i just saw the last night i think it was last night monte morris returned to i'll woah and he played on the team that was playing the wolves the grande valley vipers and steve brown showed up and the cyclones came to to see their old buddy pilots who i thought that was very nice what was really cool now heck of a play i thought from it you're gonna say they let you apply no hello hello mike jackson a slew of saying can you dunkin' i said got governed coffee oh are you could do it can i got you give me a bismarckian accompanied gap i feel you dunkin' yet anyway i thought that was pretty cool for for them do i show up this is not really been the best year for iowan iowa state has it i mean i think we've all been kinda surprised reacting little more than this and both parts they've had their ups.
"bismarckian" Discussed on Today's KCCR
"Pierre will take on man dan in bismarck on friday and saturday in what four no on the weekend on friday posts they would start with man dad at pick up with the eight the four win both say was down though the down till the bottom of the fifth any before spitzer staring europe hit a two home run deep left field kyle silverwood earned the wind proposed status he went six innings allowed four runs five hits struck out wanted walked zero peer at twelve it's in the game aimed searing europe baytin zabel danny magee in ghana gerber each had multiple hits game two on friday posts they would take on bismarckian win three two one payton zabel earned the win going five innings surrendering a no runs three hits and struck out ten austin haas got the wind three out who got the last three yeltsin earned the save back good there took the law says he went a three innings for bismarck allowed zero runs one hit struck out three in walked one then on saturday beer would take on bismarck i and dominate them from start to finish when he nineteen two four posts they was down four to do going to the top of the third any lead post dates bats came alive and put up seventeen runs spencer searing europe hit a grand slam home run and that any that ray burn earn the when he went three innings gave up four runs three hits and struck out three in walked europe jalen ziegler took the laws forbid smart both stayed had twelve hit spread dean garrett cell able and conner gerber all had multiple hits pierre will take on manday on in the second game on saturday it had an eight two one lead going into the bottom of the sixth when mandy allwood score seven runs the tied up game eddie go next iranians before post8 scored two runs the top of the to win ten date austin hospital in the win and he went to and to a two and a third innings gave up no runs one hit struck out three and walked one post eight is now lebanon six on the air and we'll be back in action this coming thursday when they will host brookings at four and six pm inability here both those games right here on today's kpcc are kccne timeout in the b twelve nineteen if you haven't ever considered.