23 Burst results for "Braveheart"

Big Brass Banned

Your Brain on Facts

06:08 min | Last month

Big Brass Banned

"Goes way way back and was created in distant disparate places egypt rome india italy hungary. You name it. There are ancient roman coins that depict niro playing the bagpipes so while we can debate whether or not nero fiddled while rome burned hinging mostly on what the definition of fiddle is. It seems clear. He played the bagpipes. It's not clear when bagpipes made it to scotland. But we do know that at the time they had only a single drone. The pipe put makes the characteristic constant background note until the fifteen hundreds won a second drone was added and the last drone was added in the seventeen hundreds all of the chiefs of the highland clans employed pipers for both peacetime and war spurring their troops on victory until seventeen forty five bagpipes were linked to jacobite ism the movement that sought to remove james the second from the british throne and restore the catholic. Stuart kings the jacobites saw the bagpipes. As an icon of scottish national belonging and military pride while there are loyalist opponents saw it at best as a risible accessory for unflattering caricatures and at worse as an instrument of war carrying pipes was viewed the same as carrying a weapon. And a your command was tried for treason. The court declared quote no highland regiment data piper and therefore. His bagpipes in the eyes of the law was an instrument of author and sentenced him to death but john gibson author of traditional gaelic bag piping seventeen forty five to nineteen forty-five said it didn't happen that way the bagpipe man. Not the execution. That part happened. In fact the execution of the piper james reid might have to the muddling of the historical waters. Some of the confusion seems to stem from the disarming act of seventeen forty six which would get an amendment quote restraining. The use of highland dress this outlawed tartan plaid but didn't say anything about bagpipes. James reid may well have been piper. But that wasn't why he got the short drop and sudden stop he'd taken part in jacobite rebellion's and conviction had nothing to do with the disarming act so a case could be made that the seventeen forty five ban. Didn't actually happen. That makes that one line from braveheart. Goodbye plan outlawed. Choose twice as wrong. Since that set over four centuries earlier the bagpipes were verifiably band. In the nineteen forties in poland. Germans forbade the polls to play their pipes for a similar reason. Because of its ability to stir up nationalist spirit. Just think about that the next time you say it sounds like a bag of cats and a garbage disposal in fairness though you're not completely alone in your entirely wrong hatred of bagpipes in eighteen ninety seven. Belgium sent an expedition to antarctica with the intention of being the first party to over winter there even in modern antarctica with modern transportation. A lot of planning goes into keeping a crew alive. If you're in charge of the food you might have to plan out a years worth of meals and order your supplies eighteen months in advance. And that's today so imagine what it was like more than one hundred twenty years ago. Part of the plan of the rv gca that being the ship that they took was to hunt and eat penguins which would not only provide them with fat and protein but also vitamin c to ward off scurvy catching animals perfectly adapted to the harshest climate on earth turned out to be much easier than they thought. The supplies of the ship included a few musical instruments to maintain morale and whatnot. Apparently all you had to do was play the trumpet and the penguins would come right up to you when one man took out his banjo and played. It's a long way to tipperary a whole raft of penguins which is the collective noun gathered to listen. The reception was somewhat more critical for the bagpiper. The penguins fled in terror and plunged back into the sea tremendous tinkerer. Benjamin franklin had been so captivated by performances on musical glasses. Were you rub your fingers around the rim of glasses with different amounts of water in them to produce different notes. It was big in the eighteenth century and franklin wanted to see if he could make it even better. He saw that before each concert. The performer would tune the instrument by filling each glass with just the right amount of water. That sounds like a half. And if you watched miss congeniality by choice or because it was on in the waiting room you know that musical glasses are one of the few instruments that can be ruined by being mistaken for craft services in a letter written in seventeen sixty two to the italian scientist. Giambattista macharia franklin described a musical instrument. He had designed that made use of thirty-seven cups to help you. Visualize it rather than cups think bolts each one a little bit smaller than the last picture them in a neat stack. Now imagine a rod going down through the lot turning it on its side and having them spin on that rod as an axle thanks to a foot pedal and

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Hong Chau & Nico Santos: Superheroes And Superstores

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04:05 min | 2 months ago

Hong Chau & Nico Santos: Superheroes And Superstores

"And as roma's joining us right. Now we have jordan. Clever and jedi hegel o. How are you guys doing doing. Great as well as you can be right now. Who are who. Who are you quarantining with jenny. I'm quarantining with my partner. Liz and my son who is six. My list has a very grown up lady job so she goes into one room all day and does zoom calls where she says things like she says. Business phrases like Well we'll have to see if the juice is worth the squeeze. And that's not what i'm solving for. And wow what was happening. She i mean she says things that i've just never a side of her. I've never seen before having that thing. We were like who. Who are you is that. It's like really impressive though. Because it's like very like she's a very confident and she uses business lady terms and she uses them so like casually. Yes so it's kind of neat to see your partner do what they do because you hear about it. But it's kind of neat to watch your partner. Excel at what they do. Yeah jordan who are you. Who are you living with right now. I am with my wife right now. I like the journey is like it's nice to see your partner. Dana day out and see what they excel at and that is not the experience. My wife and i are having we are. We are watching each other disintegrated happening. It feels like talked to friends of mine. Who have been married like last week was the week like a lot of initial explosions. Took place of like yelling at people for like. You're closing the door too loudly. My wife thinks my voice is just too loud and not like an incident of being loud once but just generally j just too loud and we had. I don't think you fully mean that. But i think you also do because you've been in a room with me for the last month and a half but we're better cooking. I think that's the one thing we now know how to cook. You guys want to play a game. Yes i'm very excited about this game. Okay so first of all you are going to be competing in this game. So we're gonna go back and forth This is audio quiz. About famous movie quotes. We're gonna play the dialogue. That comes right before a very famous movie quote and you just have to jump in With the quote okay right okay. And if you don't know it just makes something up and it's possible you will still get credit all right jenny. This one's for you okay. I don't know if that's fair. I don't know is fair. I feel before we started this game. I felt like. I'd seen some movies but maybe ever seen one. No you've definitely seen this but maybe it was a long time ago. That's a classic chicago blues lick like they really laid out. I'm walking to walk you down a path here a little bit. Danny glover okay. Is this a lethal weapon situation. Oh yes this is like this characters. Well known line that he he says right after meeting milk. The yes pre problematic okay. So this is the thing he's gonna say to mel gibson. Yes gladys okay okay. Let's hear you got to get this. come on. are you the guy from braveheart. That is i mean pretty much pretty much. That

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"braveheart" Discussed on Reformgelical

Reformgelical

14:42 min | 9 months ago

"braveheart" Discussed on Reformgelical

"This is all happening in front of our eyes in and the many of them being open about this what they want to do because they think they can now. That's the scary thing. They didn't always used to be this open about it right right. Who's pushing back right after docker Dr More? Absolutely sure isn't Dr. More because Dr Moore. He's busy shown us his book election was his last win. Stephen King Out Really Sa- Christianity or something. Like that yet. Atta might get off my internet. He needs to needs to delete his account right now so bad. I please. Don't delete your destroy. It gives me still much to it. It's a bittersweet pill for me I get so much joy out of it and then depression thinking about how. He's still has a job. Oh it's such a joke. Like every time he drops another one of these videos I just I just laughed at myself like man. This guy is making a mockery of so many of my friends. And it's like eventually they're gonNA wake up. I can't imagine why they haven't yet but it's like eventually he's going to do this once you many times when people are going to be like what actually do you. Do We pay you. You probably write your books on our time. You probably promote yourself and all your website. We probably pay for all of it like it's like what do you do here? He he makes very harsh. Claims like these threats against our communities are uncalled-for. Did you see that latest? I didn't see that. What is that about racism again? This is about The government overreach in making. Oh no this was specifically about De blasio saying that he's going to start rounding up the Jews that you of course I saw that is I love it. There's there's a great side by side. I forgot who did it. Just took the clip where he talks about the Muslims to the Muslim New Yorker beginning their celebrations. We need we need along meals. We'll have them act at cross. Four hundred plus sites right. He was serving it up. He was serving them up halal meals. And then it has the Jewish one next to it. My message to the Jewish community in all communities is simple the time for warning past. I've instructed NYPD proceed immediately to summon to some or even arrest those who gather in large groups. This is about stopping the disease and saving lives and our good old Russell. More are ethicist are Christian leader. Our ambassador are lobbyists for for the government. It's uncalled for guys. Stop it not even stopping. I'm sorry I added that it's our and real and the thing is like like like serious things are happening and so you. You'd really like to see him doing some real work. I just counted by the way you wonder how many reading rainbow videos. He's done. No how many twenty six twenty wait. No no I missed this one on this one. This one okay. Twenty seven all on hold on. I don't WanNA count anymore. I think it's more than twenty six. It's depressing it's it's kind of like. I mean it's a pretty sweet gig. He's got it is. It's a pretty sweet gig. I mean I listen. I don't know if you guys pay for this Youtube Channel. I would have to bet you do But guys like enough's enough here he's laughing at you. Things real things are happening. And he's making reading rainbow really low budget awful version like I'd much rather watch that guy from Star Trek all day and he was he was a person of color to like. This is just a white guy telling you about his extensive library. I mean look at this library. Have you ever seen a wider thing than this? You know some black people some black families. I've heard don't even have any books. I've heard that and I've heard that I heard and and I heard that's an example of systemic racism and so if that's true and he's flaunting his library here. I got to say you need to have a little more empathy Russell. More of these awful videos holy smokes out of the whole time to come out with this and do this terrible stuff out of now right it. That's why I'm saying he's laughing at you because because he could not have picked a more tone deaf like awful time to do this. So many of you have been literally banned from working so many of you. You're like you're not sure how you're GONNA feed your family over the next month and you are paying this guy to sit in his nice little house which fights. I seven Ice House and to and to do these terrible book video and I'm not GonNa Laugh at his views because my user down but I'm sure he's paying a lot for these these me and Matt were joking because if you look at my My microphone here. It's like taped together. I don't spend eighteen on this but he's got a really cool Batman Comic Book Collection that he wants to show you act like we're are in a time that a year ago no one would ever believe it would be conspiracy theory to say that the government was. GonNa keep you from worshipping going to allow you to go back at a certain stage far after other entities. Maybe we could have second wave to. Don't forget about that costs. Sorry Interrupt. No no no. That's totally true. This could just happen all over again and I have no doubt that they would try it. Because they're pushed back as has been minimal. It's most local and state authorities have operated well in good faith. Let's keep it that way Russell. More quotas keep. Let's keep it that way it's cool. It's cool. We're all cool right. There's no need for this. There's no need to be like this talks. What we like. We would have never imagined a year ago and then when you finally do get to go back to church when the crown allows you to worship again they have regulations on what you can and can't do. Would you like to have those cute up on what we're allowed to do? I do you know something like I. I like. You can only be at half capacity so if you're used to having a hundred families you gotta tell half of them to go stay home. Because you know definitely no communion now this is important because God when he commanded that you know we take the body in the bread. He didn't account for you know bacteria viruses. He didn't know so it's like now we know so. We know that. You can't take communion until we say you can of course Oh and also of course I mean this should go without saying practice social distancing place but we have to give Jesus a break because it's not like he knew about contagious diseases back day. No I mean leprosy was not contagious at all right. It's definitely not and definitely. I definitely never researched on the Internet Whether or not leprosy could be a symptomatic. I definitely never did that. And it definitely. He didn't know that it could. So that's a tough one to that changes. Things does change things I. It's funny and it's probably really good for my mental state. But this stuff pisses me off to know it. That's that's a bad word. I know it so you you listen you. You need to just calm down. Tell me how Madame X oh I we hold on home before you do. Marcus Pitman's during the anger on What is it called anger thing? Whatever let's do some right now. Okay okay but I just want to say and it comes from this. I feel like I'm in the scene in braveheart where some of us are fighting the good fight and we look back for reinforcements to come. And then Robert. The bruce turns around and walks away. And there's that one pitcher whereas all bloody in the face and he just looks horrified. I think that's even a mean that's going around right now. That's what I feel like. I look around and I see the people that should be fighting alongside of us the Russell. Moore's of the world other Christians even the people that are not in leadership and they're they're fighting. They're concerned about the wrong things. Fighting the wrong people the wrong perspectives. And I just I feel like there's a few of US getting slaughtered by the government Ak England and we're here in our kilts getting all bloodied up and it's like. I don't have time to teach them a why they need to be fighting with US right. I mean I got into this huge twitter fight with Neil Dude. He's a pretty. You know pretty influential guy. Like five thousand five thousand followers. And he's criticizing the doctors coming up with a counter narrative read the Stanford Studies. The studies are seeing that the death rate isn't as far and he's been super critical and he doesn't even watch the video but doesn't create a government when he shuts down the way we will. Well that doesn't sound like the neal. I know I know this guy. Neil he's you he's decent guy. Yeah so so. Here's my take on Neil. People have asked me this many times. And and just so you know. Many people have encouraged me to To Criticize Neil stuff I haven't done it yet And I like Neil. I think he's on the right side of the social justice issue in general. But he's one of these guys that like he says so many smart things and then but he's also like he wants to. He would say he wants to believe all things to the point of extreme naievety again so he's one of these guys that says resolution nine that was great it was a great resolution because I know these guys in what they meant to say. Was that that critical. Theory was bad. Hold on that's not what it said. Obviously but he but but but then he would say that you will. You're not assuming the best you should assume the best. And so he's Kinda like got us one foot on each side and he's trying to stay Relevant with the big wigs and the main guys the main players in big Eva. I believe he goes to he might even go to jd. Grece church or something like that so like he doesn't want to go full tilt against Against it even though he understands how dangerous it is. So he's one of these like wants to be super winsome and I don't think he would take that as an insult. I think you would say yes. It's exactly what I'm doing. So what ends up happening is. He takes the approved position more often than I think he should. And I don't WANNA say. He knows that he does that but I think he does strategically anyway totally does. I don't know the guy but I'm just sick and tired of that to me. It's Weasley who is Houston. We literally were going back and forth for like an hour. A civil debate is fine but he would not answer my questions. Try to change the subject and he. He lambasted these guys and started speaking like he had a position of authority when he doesn't even watch the video and doesn't even admit it or say he didn't watch the video until like an hour into a debate. Which to me. If you're going to think the best and be somebody who wants to be on the right side and believe the best like you're saying then you're not going to criticize people and for people that are sharing this video when you haven't even seen the video yourself so what's interesting about that is. Here's something else that I think is true about. Neil and I don't think he would take this as an insult either he. He tends to be very granular so in other words. I'll I'll watch Jim Martinez video in five minutes and all produce a video about it and sometimes I'll even just do a live reaction on the call off the cuff kind of thing which is dangerous and it has gotten into trouble before. But but that's how I do it like and it depends on sometimes. I'll dig dive deep right. But he like is a super hyper focused on little tiny things in tiny details and so walk criticized jamarcus. I know what he's saying and this is just I don't have a specific in my mind but like just telling you like I'll know what you're trying to do. He'll focus on key words and he said well which Amar's referencing there is so and so over here and we need to understand that in its full context before responded Jamaa even though I know exactly what you're more same without knowing the full context of what he's referencing and so he tends to focus on specific things. I wonder what did he explain why he didn't wash it before commenting on it? He said it can be taken down but everyone else in the stream automatic like clips of were. The full thing was like. Oh here. Here's the link to the full thing. Here's a link to thing. I know he didn't really research is you didn't look for it. So what was this problem here? Because I was some statistical analysis of it that they didn't have a random sample size. Which is what you should have sure in statistics to make a fair sample where you don't have bias of any kind which statistical term of bias not saying like a bias like a Republican or Democrat sure a sampling bias. Where you're if you only are testing people that come to you. That's not random and that you're going to have faulty data which I agree with but the thing was is he saw that clip and didn't see the other pieces were. They were using other data as well other studies from others other sources and this is why again this is why. I think he's Weasley and I'm not even picking just on. Neil Neil just an example of what? I'm talking about in general well. A lot of people were were. Were saying the same thing he was saying. Yeah why people are so this day they are but none of them were critical when we decided to shut down the world economy with far less data from a communist nation. Right and Italy that right and no-one no-one criticize them but as soon as we go against the narrative there is you know inspector gadget right. Listen and and this is my point from from Jump Street. It's like I don't have a problem with doing things properly gathering the right sample size. You know doing things the way you need to be doing them right but the but the reality is though that if you're going to sit here and tell me that these doctors are acting dangerously fine fine but the government has been acting dangerously from Jump Street..

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Talking to kids about crisis

Native America Calling

05:06 min | 10 months ago

Talking to kids about crisis

"We're going to turn it over to our guests. Who's joining us from rapid city? South Dakota Peyton Braveheart. He's in the eighth grade. And a citizen of the northern Chilean tribe. My pleasure to meet him Payton. Welcome Hello How's it going? Their pain going good. Good good. And so you're a little bit of Maybe what we wanted to talk about today in just want attorney to you Knowing that there are a lot of things that are important we just met your mother and tell us a little bit about some of this transition. How things have been going at home. Well it's been pretty nice spending a lot of time with my family since we're pretty busy a lot with our business and stuff in school but I really miss my friends and like going to school and learning In pain no able to keep in contact with them social media texting things like that At the moment It's Kinda like trying to focus on my work this week. Wow one very proud of you. Peyton in talk to me a little bit about the hell. Things have changed when it comes to learning in school work. And maybe even discovering The more things you have to learn is an indigenous person. Anything you WANNA share. Go ahead Peyton So I then every day for me trying to learn for school. I've been checking my my homework. Calendar. See if there's any assignments on the and then my we just stay in prayer and pay for all the people around us and Peyton In Payton when you're doing some of this work In in you discover something new. How do you celebrate all high? So I I read it down in my journal but there's something really interesting got. I've learned very nice in pain. Your mom talked a little bit about how important it was that. Y'All are communicating in anything. You want to share. Maybe their parents out there who are wondering and haven't had that conversation with their children you know. How important is it that that adults around you are there with big old ears? And so I think it's important to tell your kids about what's going on but just try not to take over Jesuit things so they stay calm. Yeah I hear you in any concerns that you have about what you're hearing about. You know what is going on with the Co vid nineteen or maybe you call it corona virus. Any thoughts I just worry about the other people that can easily get exposed to it and I hope that people get shipments. So they're not sick. Serve long haul there with you. Peyton and what about siblings? This is more time with siblings to. What's that like it's Kinda it's Kinda crazy hanging out with much zoltan but I spend time with them. I even make painting from to see more of an interest. I usually interesting. You're you knew Lee new. I guess kind of more about them in a different way in Patan anything you want to tell your peers maybe even some of your friends who are listening or just other kids your age about making it through this time anything you want to tell him. I think at this time maybe should keep your mind occupied with year or maybe read some books organizing them cleaning up. It's pretty nice to like get stuff done around the house and Peyton. What are your book suggestions? What what should we all be reading? This book called the Fourth Agreement to Kinda just talks about faith and spirituality. It's pretty good book. Well thanks for the suggestion and Peyton anything else you WANNA share about. Maybe even having access to your culture a little bit more Than what you used to in a in a normal school day. Any thoughts It's Kinda cool to see to see Lake Howley like Get through it all you know. It's good we got a lot of teachings in a lot of people are gifted a lot to us while. Peyton thank you so much anything else you wanNA tell people I don't really have anything else but thanks for having me on. The show was really nice talking to you. Guys are right. Well we wish you the best Payton. Thank you for sharing with

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"braveheart" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"braveheart" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Eighty four minutes or something. Eighty four minutes at the DC downtown hotel by fruman of all people and walked out with an eighty four minute tape of him or you know recording tape. I'm so eighties Gosh got a cassette broiler here with my walkman and and so again you take this track record of WHO. Who Do you think is better at knowing what to classify? And what not out to classify Bolton or the trump administration and it to me. The answer is obvious and clear. There are just a Lotta lies coming out of the White House on this An- another thing thing that happened. Today Eliot Engel issued a statement saying he had a phone call with John Bolton last year in which Bolton told him unprompted that the committee should look into the firing of Ambassador Ambassador ianovich quote president. Trump is wrong That Bolton didn't say anything about the trump Ukraine scandal at the time. The president fired him. Because that's one of his defenses quo Going back to the letter. How he said something to me? On September nineteenth. Shortly after Bolton's departures nestles national security adviser. My staff reached out to him at my request I've known Ambassador Bolton for years we've had a cordial and respectful relationship and I wanted to thank him for his service and I also wanted to ask if he would talk to the Foreign Affairs Committee as former Secretary of state REX. Tillerson did to aid our general oversight efforts in the US in US foreign policy and Because Eliot Engel is the chair of that committee He goes goes on to say he and I spoke by telephone. September twenty third on that call Ambassador Bolton suggested to me unprompted that the committee look into the recall of Ambassador Maria Vich. He strongly implied that something improper had occurred around her removal as our top diplomat. In kief at the time I said nothing publicly about what was a private the conversation but because this detail was relevant to Foreign Affairs Intelligence and Oversight Committee's investigations into this matter. I informed my investigative colleagues. It was one of the reasons we wished to hear from ambassador. Bolton under oath in a formal setting ambassador Bolton has made clear over the last few months that he has it has more to say on this issue and now that the president has called his credibility into question. It's important to set the record straight. It's telling that of all people. John Bolton is now that it's telling that of all people John Bolton is now the target of right wing ir it underscores just how important it is that the Senate Subpoena Ambassador Bolton as a witness so that that happened today with Eliot Engel and also today Parnasse got permission for he and his lawyer Bondi. Joseph Bondi Handy to be present in the Senate Gallery for the. US trial the impeachment trial today. U S District Judge J.. Paul oaken wrote quote on consent of the government. The request quest for a modification of the terms of pretrial release to allow travel to and from Washington DC on January twenty nine. Th Two thousand twenty is granted to the extent that it seeks the removal of the GPS es monitoring device. The request is denied. So that you can't take your ankle jewelry off but yet you can go and in a related story. The Tampa Obey Times reported last night that at the same time at that same dinner in April thirtieth twenty eighteen the one where trump discussed the ouster of Maria Voinovich get river takeout route. They also discussed Florida. Senator Rick Scott about halfway through the conversation is when it happened and Parnasse mentioned. He lived in Florida. Prompting trump to ask how Rick Scott was doing in his bid for Senate. I think governor at the time and Parnell then repeatedly referred to the campaign of Rick Scott as we saying. It's going to be close but we're going to pull it out out and we're doing a fundraiser. For Scott in May and he mentioned having lunch with Pam Bondi. That's former Florida attorney. General that took twenty five thousand dollar contribution from trump and eventually shut down the fraud investigation into trump university and who is now on his legal team and Fruman donated fifty four hundred dollars to Scott. What Rick Scott? By the way along with another fifteen thousand to Scott's SUPERPAC the Rick Scott Victory Fund Fruman Per Nassir under indictment for funneling foreign foreign money into US campaigns. So that's something to keep in mind as as we add something to frame this whole discussion about Rick Scott and we're gonNA pull it out. I think we're GONNA win with and Scott ended up donating that money to charity after finding out about the indictment of freemen and Parnasse and spokesman for Rick Scott says he doesn't isn't recollect meeting Parnassus and that he had no involvement Parnasse had no involvement with his campaign for Senate. Of course there are photos. Rick Scott and I I don't think there's any Republicans in the history of the universe that our NAS doesn't have photos with to be honest. We do have a lot more news to get to so stick with us. We'll be right right.

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"braveheart" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"braveheart" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"So let's hit the hot notes hot. Got Notes all right. So let's start with the impeachment trial and relevant news there yesterday. McConnell indicated he did not have the votes to block witnesses but today there signaling that they seem to be a little more confident that they would be able to block new witnesses and documents and bring an acquittal as soon as Friday Zoe Lofgren Appeared appeared to me in a dream last night and said telling me that we lost the vote and then she said something about ten senators and I don't know what that was in reference to but but ten senators ten senators and she was telling me about the vote and I and it seemed like bad news very matter of fact. Very nice lady in my dream The podcast like I said they're still confident. Trump will will be removed. But you know they haven't really been They haven't articulated whether they think it's in this Senate trial or if it's just he'll be rim he you won't be in office by the time we vote November we'll see It's hard to get an answer out of the pod cats. So I'm just sort of guessing We're in the questions. Phase of the impeachment trial and trump's legal team is continuing to lie to the senators and the American people right on the in the well of the Senate they call it Philbin. Today just invented his zone standard of proof for impeachment saying that in order to convict trump the Senate must find him guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and that he was asked what the standard is for impeachment. And if it's lower in the house than it is in the Senate Zoe lofgren responded to that question. A few times saying that you know there's no it doesn't doesn't say in the constitution what the standard is And and or whether it's lower or higher in the house versus the Senate you can't acquit or convict in the in the house so I don't see how you could even apply A standard of anything whether it's probable cause or for beyond a reasonable doubt or beyond preponderance of the evidence. I don't I don't understand how you could even apply that to the House of Representatives so it just seems like a stupid question on its face which came from Marsha Blackburn from Tennessee. So that makes sense and she asked on behalf of herself Laughlin Mike Lee Kevin Kramer and Martha mcsally. WHO's just a A? What a wonderful lady? Jaye sucks at law. Who's what our new name for? Jaysekulow actually tried to tell the Senate that Hillary is legal opposition research on trump fusion. GPS as hired by Perkins who is just as bad and just as illegal as trump extorting a foreign country to investigate his his political rivals. you could take the foreign part out of it. Asking the United States Agency to investigate your political rival as an abuse of power Nixon did it and he would have been impeached for it. Had he not resigned. Trump did it before when he pressured our own postmaster general pressured her her to double the shipping rates on Amazon for the negative press coverage he was getting into Washington Post Whether those tighter Mauka Shoji or not And Saudi Arabia. I don't know but he did. Pressure a government agency to go after The owner of the Washington Post by doubling rates on Amazon. Because you know basis zones in both I think Adam Schiff just top line here is doing an incredible job at articulating. The Democrat the democratic positions. He he's he fielded a really dumb hypothetical Posed by Ted Cruz. and Lindsey Graham where they asked him about his hypothetical hypothetical about Obama and and just tore them to shreds It's just I I hate to see you you honest to God like actual senators United States senators using this trial to promote and and discuss debunked conspiracy theories and what aboutism. It's it's been really hard to watch and I know a lot of you have been sending sending US messages in tweeting to saying you had a really hard time. Just even listening to some of the things that that the lawyers. Trump's legal team are saying in the impeachment trial trial but also now we have to listen to some of the questions that these senators are asking. And it's just some of them are good but some of them are just very clearly leading and some conclude conspiracy theories in them baked into them that have been debunked. A Million Times Dershowitz He tried to argue. Even if you're accused of a crime but you didn't admit to the crime because you didn't know that you know because that's what you know we don't know what what's in the criminals head and if you don't admit to it then you have to acquit that person and that's bananas. This trump could go to Putin promise lift to promise to lift sanctions in exchange for helping him win the election. And that would be totally really find a Dershowitz if trump didn't admit it was a crime because we can't know what's in his head. That multiple motivations could exculpate you from wrongdoing is as a dangerous precedent. It's also incorrect. Like well I drove the good away car in a bank robbery but I was going fast because I was late to a doctor's appointment that's why I went fast. Arrived the bank to feed my family. So my intent was okay. And you can't tell what's in my head so you have to acquit me I mean if I've got a public motive and that's a seemingly really good and a personal dirty mode ever corrupt motive Because my public motive is up front and out there. I can't be found guilty of a crime or in this case a high crime or misdemeanor is is ridiculous. It reminds me of that. Mitch Hedberg joke like if you eat a French fry which you can eat a French fry and a carrot and the carrot would go down and vouch for the French fry. And you know it'd be healthy. It would cancel it out and Dershowitz further argued that a president who believes only he can fix the country like trump who thinks his reelection is vital to the national interest. Can't be impeached for abusing power to cheat or corrupt the next election in his favor because by definition he's doing what he thinks is best for the country that's an astounding argument. I don't know how many people watching are going to believe that. I certainly only hope no. US senators would fall for that. But you know I mean we all know that there are senators that are looking for a way out of voting for witnesses is for to keep this trial going in any way shape or form so they might grab onto that. I know they definitely grabbed onto. What Dershowitz said Last week when he was arguing about that you know that these aren't impeachable. Offenses Abuse of power is too ambiguous to be an impeachable offense at Cetera Also today the White House issued an official warning In the form of a letter to Bolton's lawyer Cooper that reads the National Security Council Access Management Directorate has has been provided the manuscript submitted by your Client John Bolton for pre publication review based on Our Preliminary Review The manuscript appears to contain significant amounts of classified information. It also appears that some of this classified information is at the top secret level which is denied by executive order. Thirteen five twenty six as has information that quote reasonably could be expected to cause exceptionally grave harm to the national security of the United States without authorization unquote under federal law on the nondisclosure agreements your client signed as a condition for gaining access to classified information the manuscript may not be published or otherwise disclosed without the deletion of the classified information formation. The manuscript remains under review in order for us to do our best to assist your client by identifying the classified information within the manuscript while at the same time ensuring the the publication does not harm the national security of the United States. We will do our best to work with you to ensure your client's ability to tell his story in a manner that protects national security we'll be in touch with you shortly with additional and more detailed guidance regarding next steps that should enable you to revise the manuscript and move forward as expeditiously as possible signed Ellen Night Connecticut And she is the records person there so this this manuscript remains under review in order for us to do our best to identify the classified information within the manuscript. So there she's saying oh there's all sorts of classified and top secret information in here we're still reviewing to identify it We haven't identified it yet. we'll get back to you on that but there's definitely classified information in here and some of it falls into level of top secret and this letter is dated January twenty third and and that's important to note because it sounds to me like Bolton leaked his own manuscript after finding out the White House was going to slow roll the book or someone Nelson at the NFC did it for him. But I mean it seems like Bolton was like shit this isn't GonNa get out before the vote on witnesses. I better do something to get this out. Because has the White House seems to be blocking my book and by the way I think that no one in the world probably knows better what classified information is what would be deemed classified information or top secret information then a former national security advisor Like John Bolton who is going to end up up in the conservative column by the way I know you know despite how much he dislikes the trump administration or how slightly felt by the withdrawal of Syrian troops are being ignored word on the drug deal between Giuliani and Sunlen or anything else that trump did that pissed him off which was a lot. I even with that sort sort of level of vitriol that I'm sure The mustache holds For for trump. I don't know that he would. Purposefully put out classified information that could harm national security and not to mention Bolton does not have a track record of over classifying things and trump does does putting things in that system that code word classified system like calls with M. B. S. the the call with Celeski which doesn't have any classified and top secret information information in it It's throwing phone calls that he finds politically embarrassing or doesn't want a wide is on To to to put it in there to over classify it for for reasons that are against the law to classified documents Pence has done this with his transcript that Jennifer Williams testified to in in the house impeachment inquiry about his September eighteenth call with Zilenski and pence's refused to declassify that letter at prompting Adam Schiff to write him a letter saying hey bro. You can't classify shit just because you don't want people to know about it. It has to be classified for specific reasons. And so there's so you got one side. And the trump administration another side. WHO has a track record of over classifying embarrassing shit and not classifying enough things? That should be classified like air strikes in a restaurant at mar-a-lago mar-a-lago when Jesus is sitting there and Syria or I mean I could name a thousand different ways that this president has put at risk. Our national security the blabbing about the Israeli intelligence to Kislyak in the White House in the Oval Office. And then saying I don't mind that interfere. Nar elections his level of the fact that he was recorded for an hour..

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Donald Trump unveils 110-page defense to impeachment charges

Hugh Hewitt

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump unveils 110-page defense to impeachment charges

"To say joined by Byron York on the you you and show you the latest I have just tweeted out is about the president's lawyers response Byron good morning I was reading your response at four AM this morning gosh you work late last night good morning you you know I thought it was a big deal it is of the defense memorandum because it's really the first comprehensive defense that the White House is may eat and believe me there were people on Capitol Hill Republicans on Capitol Hill who were wanting more of a defense of the last four months more of a comprehensive organized defense for the White House they weren't getting at all but on the eve of the trial they got it in the form of this one hundred ten page memo remember that that chain from Braveheart hold hold hold well Jay Sekulow and Pat Cephalonia waited until the trial and then they unleashed a hundred and ten pages of very dense argument which I've gone through back I've gone to the footnotes and I will get the footnote five six five in the second but generally it's a wrecking ball and I do believe I'm already thinking democratic ship has gone to the bottom I do believe that I don't know that I do I one of the most important things about it is you've been hearing Democrats say look at present hasn't made this case because he has okay he has no defense and then another thing you hear is Republicans have focused on process so much because they cannot address the facts of the case and I think one of the important things about this memo is that it does argue process it argues about the the definition of an impeachable offense but it also goes into great detail about the event at the heart of this case the president's July twenty fifth phone call with president the one key all the events surrounding that there's there's virtually a word by word analysis of the rough transcript of that phone call so everybody said the White House would not defend the president on stop on the substance of the matter has been

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Stealth bomber for Area 51 crowd? U.S. military unit apologizes for tweet

Armstrong and Getty

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Stealth bomber for Area 51 crowd? U.S. military unit apologizes for tweet

"The I'll just read this to you. there were fears thousands could storm area fifty one on Friday. no there weren't nobody fear that nobody know about what happened not a single person not a single media child thought that briefly and then you explained of notes joke made say okay maybe some old general thought her orders is I'm hearing they're gonna storm a poster. the guard and then some younger airforce guy explain the internet to the older man. so nobody feared it but at by apparently the P. R. arm of the U. S. military. we've hit the. put it put out a tweet that showed a photo of a stealth bomber. and it said that. this will be the last thing you say. in response to the area fifty one thing and hashtag it so people know what they're talking about that is here it is hash the the last thing hashtag millennials we'll see if they attempt the area fifty one raid today alongside a photo military men and women standing in front of a B. two stealth bomber well on Saturday the the easy unit to apologize the Pentagon apologize treating that that was highly improper and in no way supports the stance of the department of defense. I was afraid that it did we apologize for this mistake we will row view the people involved all for the love of happened some guy in here for some young guy who completely understands what's going on with that great bless the site last thing you'll see it all the people are tweeting about the we're gonna strawberry fifty one. he was in on the joke and everybody enjoy themselves yeah it seems like a great way to kind of be a part of the story with the AMA knowledge in the absurdity of it that that seems awesome I I all that's that's disappointing right right but I get it in on the. you're the United States military jokes are not your specialty now I suppose now and I can understand why yeah they're Sears nice picture of a a woman in a very very skimpy one piece silvery bathing suit who turned out for the event and her boyfriend in a silvery jumpsuit which as we all know is the preferred address of the the preferred outfit of the alien the closest thing to it being stormed I saw was I believe a youtuber assembled about a hundred other factions and did a little fake Braveheart style charge towards offense that the guy had a plunger in his hands and he said is that we're gonna plunge the truth out of these aliens some sort of a quid pro quo for the probing of years past nada the man in the silver jumpsuit is so wearing what appears to be purple face which is very much like brown face which is someone like black face so I think he should be docks then outed and hounded out of any any possibility of happiness for the rest of his life. any possibility of acting as for the rest of his life as that is what must happen if anybody offends the woke crowd on the

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"braveheart" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I don't just want to say look at these maniacs. And I'll get to the cod. I've got to that probably best at the end. I'm suggesting to you at the Republican. Base and players in the activists movement. Haven't essense learned to be helpless over the years because nobody would back them up. They were afraid of saying anything anything. I mean, you know, you mentioned programs like say affirmative action, you say, well is this really helping? I mean when you look at the numbers, and you read the books by Thomas soul on what's happened to people who it's alleged to have helped and the actual data. It's clear there's been a significant significant downside to this within the minority community. All my gosh. You can't say that all my God you case, you're you're racist. You can't I'm just discussing facts. And you're not allowed to say that not alum using air quotes. You're allowed to say whatever you want, but the cultural each stopped you Donald Trump is provided way out because he doesn't have that red line. Joe he says what he wants to say he draws all the media fire to himself, and he provides air cover for people to get off the shock pad. And they've learned now how not to be helpless anymore in this cultural political. Battle. On the democrat side, this has forced the Democrats to show their butts and to show the American people who they really are. They're socialists, all not all but most they are big government economic in some cases there they revel in economic confiscation. They want your money, they want your kids education. They want your healthcare. They want red tape covering over your business. They want the power to tell you know, remembers the late Chuck Eker from Howard county went said, the power of a bureaucrat is that there's no power, and yes, they wanna tell you know, all the time. So you have to come to them to make a campaign donation to get the. Yes, right. Yeah. You want they want you to grovel? The Democrats have understood this. They have beaten us down forever. And they've watched us be helpless in many cases before this Trump era started. But that is made them solved. Folks, they're soft. Do you understand the term snowflake originated because the Democrats didn't know what to do when finally people started to fight back and say what needed to be said? Like, hey, you know, what this immigration policy sucks? We we don't need millions of illegal immigrants ignoring our immigrant. Oh my gosh. That's Zena phobic. Now. It's not it's rational, oh, tell me with Zina phobic. I I've never married an immigrant country. Gonna tell me what's xenophobic and not you loans. The Democrats had so gotten used to a sitting on the shock pad and learning how to be helpless Joe that when we eventually fought back, and he had the singular personification of the fightback beginning Donald Trump. They were not prepared. It's like they walked, you know, what it reminds me of ever see Braveheart? Yeah. Yeah. Great movie. Now, I know it's so cliche. But it's my favorite is every guys favorite movie. But I'd say only movie ever saw a movie theater twice. I loved it so much it's like seventy two hours long to and I loved it. If second time out of fact, it was even better. While they were visceral and a guy from the inside. I'm pretty sure he couldn't say that whereas intestines. We're being ripped out. But whatever it was a good movie. But there's a portion at the end end of the movie after that scene. When Robert the Bruce is on the battlefield with the Scots and the the British Lord who's getting ready to accept the surrender of the Scots at the end. He said looks over at the other guys is I hope you washed your. Today because it's about to be kissed by king. And other words, the British were expecting Robert the Bruce come out and kiss their butts. He uses the term, you know, what I'm saying the other term for it's a family friendly show. Donkey dina. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. And what happens as they get ready to walk out to the battlefield for the surrender of the Scots, the Scots charge the chew, and well when their freedom, and that'd be, you know, in the movie, that's how the movie ends for those. It's a great movie. You don't show BUSTER you've seen it? So I don't think it's a spoiler..

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"braveheart" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on Bad Science

"Thought was crazy. Such a great film, directing job true story. Get real. Mel Gibson won for directing Braveheart seriously. Would not have full that one. Yes. If you could talk to mill text them right now. Okay. Thank you. I'll give you a second. And then I just wanted to talk for a second about Tom Hanks? I know we kind of mentioned him before an his obvious greatness. What makes them so wonderful? I think that's an alien time. We may never know. But is it your favorite, Tom Hanks movie? Well, I don't know. 'cause Forrest Gump correct for very good the year before by the way. But it was cool to see him be such a hero like that. And in such a real American portraying a real hero. Yeah. And he's like a huge superfan to he wanted to be an Astro when he was little which is like why that movie has so much good attention to detail and like the dialogue in the way, they do dude. It's like oh. Because you just love this you you just had so much with this. And then like, you know, he did the series from the earth to the moon the next year to like dive into every other element of apologised could like geek out and it's a good series. Cast away. I don't know there've been too many good ones. And I think I'm too much of a weirdo myself where like I don't identify as much with the normal characters. You know? Okay. So you're like my spirit animal. Yes, sure, I think Forrest Gump is probably the main contender or best Hanks film. But I've I've. It's up there into heavily until. Hello thirteen. It's my favorite just because it's also what I do for a living. Second second-place big. I love that movie. I don't know. I don't think I'm trying to trying to think of other other things I've seen Tom Hanks in recently. Well, I'll I'll tell tell you you what what I'm I'm going going to. to list right here. These are Tom Hanks movies that came out from ninety three to two thousand. Okay, that's a seven year period. And in that time he made eleven films Levin films seven years so excited those films sleep isn't Seattle. Oh that was good. Such a scary stalker in that movie. You've got five far the better cute. Also in love. Title philadelphia. Forrest Gump Apollo thirteen storey fantastic. Gotta You gotta see see this. this run. Story. Unbelievable movie changed the course of history that thing you do for me at one haven't thought about that movie in ages if If you you wanna wanna take. take. I love that too. Wow. That's happening. Saving private Ryan. That was a great one. You've got mail Toy Story to the green mile and castaway the green mile castaway was incredible seven years all those films films ever. Yeah. So I don't know. Just I I don't know anybody that had another run like this so stoic in this film in Apollo thirteen..

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"braveheart" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on Never Seen It

"It's a ritual after every solemn swig. The warriors say the traditional refrain debts talking after everyone has a swig which takes about ninety Britain. Boys army shows up across the field. Braveheart looks up. It is time. He looks at his men, they believe in him. He switches back to his man. Cow whose horny to fight then silence as each army faces off more snorkeling and sniffling of animals ready for battle can be heard. Finally, Braveheart makes the call he leaves into battle with his war cry. Home. Smash, two black q. title, sequence Braveheart with fifteen as and thirteen ease screeches across the screen in stone lettering font and slam into a black background until all the as an EAS catch up with one another and slam together again, Braveheart Hoon politic, ULA demand Gibson. Fade to black. Act one. And then again, just the cold open. Ryan that was real close. Here's my question though. Is it. Are the basic facts, right? Is it the British coming and the Scottish have to fight the British it is of the Scottish are the British. Isn't that would make an internal bet. It's the Scottish wanting to break free from the rule of the Brits. Okay, great. Yeah, so that's correct. So it's like an uprising. Okay. And and what year is it? Because the Ridgely headed his fourteen ninety two. And then I was like, maybe way it also I think I might be pulling fourteen ninety two from something else. Maybe this took place in seventeen seventy six or September. Eleventh, two thousand one of these dates from swan. I don't know exactly the, I can't remember the exact year. I remember was Qinglong shanks was the king of. Yeah, that sounds like a Princess bride or something like someone's fake name yet, king Qinglong checks. The only reason I know this to be is because through like my grandpa doing that ancestry dot com stuff over the years before he died. Like years ago, I am a distant relative of king long shanks and in the movie, Braveheart has sex with the Princess who's going to be the clue becomes clean. So I, I've always told people because I'm like Scottish that I'm related to brave, her put you're not is his name, right? So his name is Braveheart is what was his name? William Wallace. Does he save? Say Braveheart any point? And also how incredible is if the person who ends up being the bravest is the one named Braveheart. Born, Eric, Braveheart boy, did it work out? Yeah, it would be a real shame if he was so cowardly. Yeah, that maybe that's the name they gave his family when they came to Ellis Island. Has anyone in your family ever just been the bravest like, well, this is gonna blow your mind. But yeah, William, it's actually pronounce brevity hire one hundred. How is so wait is there? Does he say Braveheart anytime. And why does that? Why is it called? I have an oil so I don't think so. I mean, I think like what happened was William walls was a real guy who was a became a legend, and then that legend was built up and built up and built up to where you came like a ghost in like Joan of Arnold a little bit where it's like. He's just like historical figure that like all this pride is derived from guy. He singlehandedly United to Scott's to fight for their freedom. Those fucking. You know, that kind of thing. He was our Braveheart. Yes, that's my best guess. Scott's love getting riled up. We pay. Do. Due to the people that aren't even here with you. You know, I haven't seen it either. Is it such it? It feels long. Oh, yeah. I think how long it is and heating from ever love long movies because they remove me from reality for a longer period of short movies, almost. The cinematography. It's like this movie's. Beautiful. Okay. The way shot and like the landscapes and the just visually it's really is the open at least right. Just like the details. Amount of fog. Like green and does something where they're on a hill is at the beginning or the end. I think that's I can't remember. It's been a few years since I've seen it, but like the beginning is him as a boy, like you learned about the legend how William walls came to be and you know, but it's like very muddy, livestock, poor people like sheep, like Cal kind of thing. Yeah. So it's post agriculture..

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Dwayne Johnson To Play Kamehameha In ‘The King;’ Robert Zemeckis Directs Script By ‘Braveheart’s Randall Wallace For Warner Bros & New Line

Colleen and Bradley

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Dwayne Johnson To Play Kamehameha In ‘The King;’ Robert Zemeckis Directs Script By ‘Braveheart’s Randall Wallace For Warner Bros & New Line

"Dwayne the rock Johnson will play Hawaiian King Kamehameha in the historical drama the king which is going to be directed by Roberts, and MAC is. He of Forrest Gump and back to the future fame Kamei unified the Hawaiian islands following a series of battles during the seventeen ninety s Took, steps to ensure that they remained a United realm, after his death and Dwayne Johnson has been eyeing this movie. In recent years and decided to move forward during, the filming of, Jumanji welcome. To the jungle which happened to be in

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"braveheart" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on WJR 760

"The day check we're going to start with you what's your favorite movie Braveheart one a lot of them but. All right it's one okay and. David how about you I. Don't. Know if. I have a particular favorite but, I. Mean anything, would like. John. Candy comedies, okay all right I'm, all about these, would I like outlaw Josey Wales. I. Like that I like that stuff? Yeah the people at IMDB asked people, you know what's your favorite movie and it came up The Shawshank Redemption which. Is kind of interesting because that movie was, released about twenty years ago it wasn't a big success at the theater but over the years it's become. A classic on TV, airing more on TV than any other movie made and because of that the Wall Street Journal did a story about the people who were in The Shawshank Redemption and. How they're getting paid easily residual income from airings on TV and elsewhere. They pop up, and, then they fade very quickly, and it's dollars pennies in this case though like one of the actors the guy that played the warden Bob, gotten told me that it's been. Twenty years and, even up, until today it's generating a, very substantial income and he said you know probably, long after I'm? Gone? My daughter is still. Going to be getting chess isn't. That interesting there it is lifetime income we talk about? All the time So you know I think about. That and these guys in. This movie had that one movie. That worked really well. For. Them and they're getting paid the, rest of, their life and we? All everybody wants to sell a business, or sell piece of property or get an inheritance or win a lottery and. Have that one moment where they get paid, for the rest of their life but not all of us have that and Chuck we talk about creating. That I mean you've, saved your whole life you can really make that moment for people can't you correct there's no reason to resolve that money in the market obviously that's what we call. Red money could go up or it could go down in value many. People don't understand, they, can take 401K's or four, zero three Bs retirement accounts checking savings and put it into your own personal pension and do that same thing, where they have their residual income. Till the day, they die, that's coming to them any, money left in the account if they pass away, goes to beneficiaries? So? That's a residual income. And that's what we're trying to Stress. Here is you need income. In retirement income is so important David doesn't take that big killing. That big moment in, your life? To have that residual lifetime income this is. For everybody isn't it Yeah. You know, what I mean everybody at, the end of the day needs a paycheck and retirement I mean when you're working that's great but. Yeah, when you go to retire you wanna make. Sure that you your money never stops and you don't run out of that money well let's talk, about that, just a little bit so somebody comes to you and. We offer each week a comprehensive retirement income plan because. We with I mean the name of our, show is safer income for life. So that's what you're all, about is creating. That income so. They bring, to you a. Lump sum that's pretty, much what everybody has it's a 401K a four zero? Three. B it's, an IRA, it's savings whatever it is, it's a lump sum how. Do you make that money stretch their entire life sure I, mean you know when you go to retire you may have, a pension you may have a bunch of that suspended have no punch and you're gonna have. You know income from your social, security and then you're gonna have other assets. As you, have, set aside to to bridge that gap so. Really when we sit down. It's a matter of putting it all together you know seeing you know. How to reduce your, tax Asian As as as one of, the big things you know fill that income gaps a find, out what your expenditures are going to be in retirement and then make sure that you're filling. That gap and coming up with, that income stream to cover all of your. Base expenses, because, you know most folks are going to need In a certain amount of income because, they don't want their lifestyle to change, and this these are, these are guaranteed and ensured. As perpetual income and again if you want to. Have that stream, of income so, that you can go to bed at night. And not worry about whether the market's going to be up or down. The next day and like David especially when you don't have a paycheck. This is your paycheck and retirement doesn't go away and that's stream, of income along with social security any other pensions like you said and you can develop your own personal pension, so we have social security that pays us the rest of our life. If you have a pension that pays you the rest. Of your life you want to have another stream of, income that you. Generate there and we're talking about contracts with insurance companies that that you put, money in and they're, going to pay you they're going to agree to pay you for, the rest of your life and these are things that people really find very attractive if you don't like the market is as Chuck said there's, red money there's green money you You are. Uncomfortable with that much money that goes up and down in that two thousand eight and those dips in the market if you're uncomfortable with that these are some. Of the, strategies you might want to look at give us a call and let's sit down and talk about building you that comprehensive retirement income plan it all comes down to this I think about when I buy, a car David it doesn't make any, difference what the car, costs it makes a difference. What my check is every month what do I. Have to write, out it's I, can afford four hundred a month I can't. Afford six hundred a month that's just basic bottom line and that's where. You.

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"braveheart" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"I was like ready to pick like after that about a strap on I'm ready. No, he he was like, that looks really skinny, like bet you could fit that s. And then next thing you know he laid on his bag and he was like doing the asked, let's and like. And then boom, I put it in there and like, fucked him with it, and it was great. And then the next guy was lit in its time, but like he was into it, I was spitting on it and shit. I had to get his ass mourned up, but I'm gonna tell you what. Fucking first time. Not movie spit on it. I didn't have. We weren't ready for that. I wasn't hotel room. Okay. So holdouts say so so so you spin? Okay? And then heat, you said it wasn't as first time? I don't think it was. I. It was a very, like OT moment. It was. Grunted. Like a bitchy Mon. El is you do that. You got do stone face, you gotta do that. Like Mel Gibson in Braveheart when hit cutting him up, stretching them, you know, he just stays there. Don't even make a sound and then just go. It was anal penetration by a woman is not a gaping, right? Y'all take towns with finger what's what? No. The next to then I had a strap on ready and actually I was fucking my girlfriend who was trying to get at with that strap on. And then I was like, I guess I could use this in someone's Budi first of all, it's not trying to get the alley Scott. So this is not. What do you mean? He got. Now he hit that how you die. So continue on with the story. First of all alley using Alex, all your girls ill who you wit Alex fucking when not doing we're not doing that. Come on the Cole sat you coz you're old girlfriend, a coworker, your co-worker, anything code over there. Now we to hang out tomorrow. We your co worker, Caroline, or Carol, the dude. Banish wanna Spanish, whatever. She anyway. This strap on initially caz out. Guys got a got an appointment right now. Where are you look at? Where are you going for the pagan. Yet, relax. Yeah, you've got a fat ass. Bridge..

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"braveheart" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And so the kind of notion of how it was doing some of the work for you and wedding, do some of the work for you exactly decor fee that happened in the camera and the person, and that the narrative in the camera doesn't have to be should not be repeated by what you're doing that you complementing each other. Yeah, and it's like that. So if I mean, I remember when it was directing Braveheart and those particular scene where there's an English commander realized the where and they're gonna get him. There was this big push in shot and I say them soon. Nothing doing absolutely nothing what's going on. He should, you know, does I was looking at it in real life and then I saw the tape back. And the counter was doing everything, but his eyes were terrified and the realization was in his eyes. So from all of that, I kind of I was I loved collaboration and fem as against hope, it mastery. If you know what you mean. I always feel okay. You know, there are a lot of people who go down to hold his one foot face, one of face walking the streets. I have to have that my movie and they take people in the kind of puppet master them in their little vision of what's going on. I've always found that a little bit kind of own interesting that it's that it's collaboration where. You know, everybody onset, not just the actor an actor. Everybody contributes, you know what the set designer does, what the costume department got up to, you know, make in haired all kinds of right across the boards what the, you know, all the various different disown, much creativity in film like you see all the amount of people who are involved in the fans that not everybody gets chance to be fully integrated creatively, but there are so many different departments that are all adding to the creativity of it, and it all has something to say. I think the more for me, the mortgage aware of what's going around you, the less duplicate, right, you know, and the more you can allow the bar to be raised via by them, and then you try and push it up a little bit. And I would imagine. I mean something I was aware that I was more struck by the more I kind of gone to the granular nature of the films. You've done the last two decades is just the the amount of talented filmmakers you've worked with. Yeah, it's it's stonning Goto with any. Had an ear, and I've had some greats. But it sounds like we're spoiled in a great way by four men. And if you look at a lot of the filmmakers who worked with, you've repeated with a lot of them, which I think speaks to talent and what you're looking for, what they're looking for. Whether it's, I mean, I don't know who I think you just critically wrong, you just the Cohn brothers on those things that was, I really was Jedis Donen over there before all the things HARA, belittle, mom. Two things I wanted to go to Egypt and he went to Egypt on a school trip. I haven't. And then he got to work with the kilometers prison top of everything as just to spite me. Got there? No, I did. I did get there. I, it was obviously thrilling and they say, don't meet your heroes on this on its complete fallacy. It was everything I hoped was only four days. We spent like this kind of magical time in Santa Fe. You know, my wife was there Marian. She kind of said that going into work. The four of us were were five in cottage. That was our thing in stagecoach, and we used to get out and get going to get to go into the van into into work in the morning. The hotel. And by that it was like watching children who really love to teach, you're going into crash. Big site in there. It was the, but it was the pro- the process I was fascinated to find out. I knew don't I talked to about, and he was saying that it was really interesting ho jolt would his bird little direction interior. And then about five minutes later them come up in the same direction in your ear without either realizing that the other had done us..

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"braveheart" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"The patriot the patriot was up there braveheart braveheart is very very dead movie yeah mel gibson yeah no give is a very day payback is a dead movie collateral man on fire the feel good movie great movie anything having to do with the father figure seeking to save someone or get revenge i think is is is dead movie territory aitken's up there my dad loves taken what about some classic movies dad's love classic movies the sting i feel like a classic dad movie logan's run is a classic movie you might be the youngest person to utter the words logan's run in the last ten years i think so i've every time i've talked with sixty year old men around about their movie preferences it feels like logan's run always pops up and maybe paul newman's entire catalogue as well caddyshack animal house for sure for sure caddyshack is very dead movie so animal houses as well also both good movies i bog top cool hand on curious what you guys think that so you did bog it do you wanna read your top ten yeah curious what do you guys think of it because i did it based off of some other listed research in look checking other guys head at my number ten grand torino i think dad's love granting on a whole and most clint eastwood movies in general number nine godfather one and two i think godfa dead's hate godfather three right oh yeah everson hate father and gets specially hate it hang on let me let me pause you for second this it's bill simmons skit he used to cartoons espn and he did a skit it's a cartoon skit where he goes any by it's not the godfather it's rocky so in the same sense he goes that he buys like the rocky box set and the bill simmons character at the counter best buy takes all the rockies after rocky to or whatever like leaves him on the counter in it's like some sort of like commentary on like shitty sequels and i imagine that's how like someone like himself also feels godfather three where he would buy the box set in like remove the third one and throw the trash or something yeah after godfather i'd rudy i think rudy's a quintessential dad movie every dead.

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"braveheart" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Native americans literally the national congress american indians ninety tribes for his work with him gave him a travel name braveheart his braveheart talking to california to be with cesar chavez to make a two hundred mile trip across appalachia to see the shacks where parents struggled to feed their children to visit to plan ridge reservation in south dakota in the middle of the indiana primary race to enrage the apartheid government in south africa by plunging into the crowds in soweto and shaking hands he encountered challenge all of us to do the same his message really no matter how dressed up in the finest poetry never changed we can do better and because we can we must he gave it over and over and over and well the words were beautiful look at the films if you wanna live then that are coming up now the energy was awesome and the intensity of conviction burn away like a blow torch all those layers of complacency and comfort show up stand up we can do better and he didn't let anybody off the hook he said yeah i wanna help you but you gotta work hard.

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"braveheart" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Okay so here's the first one and be gets the first guess what movie has the tagline we shall never surrender user fart cancer the movie i wish there is so they called far cancer the movie it's not enough that far cancer is just a twitter account not not correct okay that's not correct trai we shall never wedding crashers surrender tasks that's not right you don't get it just keep guessing leslie braveheart oh it's not a bad idea either oh there's a braveheart side over there but the fact that it wasn't held up indicates that it's not the right answer because people will do that if they're nateg is the answer supervisors hold it up to help the could test could cheaters that is the tagline firm for you busy called dunkirk her car a all right so we start with being again and this next one is the tagline is never give up never give in mm indeed never give up or give in never get in it's the kind of like the opposite of consent i uh never give what's that semester stolen armwrestling movie doug all over the tall say over the top doorbell with exotic it corrects trey what do you think it is wedding crashers leslie um anyway he's leading me a stray but i'm going to say bed and whose bears who told you brad is bears did why would you do because it's the wrong answer now she's not going to take your advice ever again achieve i hope she never really needs it.

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"braveheart" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Thank you i've been talking to duke basketball players on highly questionable recently and i don't know what aired in what has an aired in taping stuff about coach k but two stories have been told recently one of which is him out wearing like a military helmet and like with that has the word attack on it like some sort of 1950s groucho marx movie and running into the locker room and screaming and getting them all fired up in them going out but there was another one i gotta can you ask somebody highly questionable 'cause i can't remember the player who told me we talked to gray sound but i don't think it was him it might have been it might have been that coach k ran into the locker room after a braveheart moment and through a flaming spear no it into the locker room listen to me knows listen to me listen to me i don't know if this is air jet the i need to find out if this is there ought to be aggregated threw flaming spear in the locker room and it was meant to land in a bunch of wet towels that the wet towels were there and the players got in there were wondering why there were wet towels in there and then he runs in braveheart froze but then then the wall caught fire because he missed he missed i could see that being so that wonky the wet towels you missed let towels in the wall caught fire i and the way the kid told the story is that and then we ran out there and we were all excited and you know we won by thirty but i was thinking to myself men that would have been a horrible calamity and a really national scandal of epic an historic proportions if that locker room had caught fire a feel obligated to ask at this point was are also talking dog in this or an.

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"braveheart" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Clean sweep colby and lane you both chose subway so subway you five dr foot long live get out of here all right this one's own you thought off lane on we got movies we got movie who braveheart okay gladiator troy three hundred oh wow are you will not entertained four three to jersey rises nasty get get out of here man that is really tough braveheart gladiator three hundred and troy oh i don't even know where to start we are we got mel gibson we are drug butler yep got russell crowe and we got brad pitt slash eric eric van a slash legless whatever his real name as i forget orlando bloom reggie in my ear where no one else can here man is so tough okay because i like my movies a little more serious all serious but fair don't do it i know you go and don't do it one of them is a little bit too carmaking i just i just i love it for it but if you're put it up against braveheart gladiator in troy you say three hundred comically dot com make key like comic book not comedy i know that i'm trying to i'm trying to pick one thing out of these that's all i got i love all four but i gotta pick one and i'm picking one i'm pippen three hundred that's of sorry who upset what am i supposed to choose that's a tough for its own you called her to a good port for two on four three hundred is full of topless meant i'm out all of these these are thoughts outlets let that river they had tunics or whatever they were back then they got kilts but they also like raised up their kilts at people to all of them did for 1 c which is not the but man assets bear a kobe the options are heart the lahti eta's troy gladiator three hundred i love letters the gladiator i'm sorry look right all right i'm gonna go with this by i've experienced all these movies i really love all these movies but one movie i really can't go back in watch again and with the same pattern with.

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"braveheart" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Very stagnancy spending oh seven really saw the need first servicing veterans at no cost on for across the country and servicing means what all various programmes all involving horses so really connecting veterans on to the opportunity to build a partnership with a horse equine therapy we know scientifically as nothing but benefits absolutely everything from vocational to emotional physical to cognitive benefits that they're the capabilities of what a horse can do to help a veteran i really and less is it tough to convince somebody going with through ptsd that this is something that will help them sometimes you know it is a bit of a unique alternative option but what we find is so many veterans come to braveheart's that have never been around horses and then all of a sudden you know one or two sessions are saying wow this is amazing you know how much horses really changed my whole my whole perspective my whole life i'm a total believer but i don't entirely understand why it works is that the gentleness of a wars and the the bond that's built or whoever would eventually describe it's absolutely the band that spelt okay i have a very special allowed mustang packed absolutely owns my heart and where you a horse person part of his nod in a little bit era i came out to bravehearts about a year and a half ago i was on a retreat with the evanston that santer i had no idea what i was in for not a very special i cried standing lucky who chest on i mean we all know the benefits of service dogs sure and this was that exponentially fair me alger buddy now oh man totally my body was it hard to learn how to write it's one of the probably the only thing ever i naturally kinda take into kind of like i will race i am with my anxiety issues it was very it's very hard for me to drive and to get around but immediately after coming out to bravehearts.

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"braveheart" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"I don't know you know like braveheart or the wire or something i feel like my readership has been ninety percent at least female ever since i first started having on books published and i had my first story published in the new yorker in august two thousand sixteen it's about two people who don't really know each other who end up of a shuttle driver and a woman on a business trip who essentially end up having like spoiler alert like a hook up in a hotel room and it had the photo is sort of like the bottom two thirds of a woman lying in a bed with her legs crossed so it's like a pretty sexy photo but it's not feminine anyway i heard from a very disproportionate number of mail readers where they're like i love to your story in the new yorker and i thought okay is it is it that it was in the new yorker and the new yorker is neither man are female is it that the illustration was sexy but also you know not not overtly feminine or masculine is it that the story itself was kind of sexually graphic that that need me have this spike in male readership but i i think above all i think it was the fact that there's nothing about this that saying men don't read it like if anything it's saying like men give give us a read and those very that's like i do i think that that what we're talking about could really be like aesthetic of visual or you know have to deal with with marketing that's really owns fascinating one truly criticism one could make of romantic fiction is that it just ends it'll little was a happy ending first of all.

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"braveheart" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"braveheart" Discussed on WLAC

"Jetty lee at some portion let's when we go into the robert jerram bachelor party story we'll set the scene with some getty lee rush music and tell me it doesn't sound like a weed wacker i just made that discovery right here during this segment is exactly what it sounds like okay so the rockets in the sand base goodness people i can understand that you want the warriors two crashed and burned i want him to also but don't beyond realistic about it okay of is for you tie rushed into this you want did he lied to be recognized is the greatest singer of all time just peeve reasonable about other singers being better police that's all i ask if you look at the rockets i have been bombarded with the steady stream of tweets over the weekend today it just doesn't stop rockets are done yet darrell maury is going to make more deals to overtake golden state they're all lien to get to the finals now i thought of the movie braveheart your watch this movie great movie i think that the nba right now with the warriors in all the moves that they've made they've resigned everybody aside from kd and that's coming here very shortly katie isn't going anywhere they've resigned steph curry they've resigned he good dollar shaun livingston i'm david west all these guys the main pieces are resigned they're not going anywhere so all of this macho talk of we're gonna add says skies were gonna do dish should wear nights scared of the warriors of blab if you can upgrade your wasser without jeopardize in the future fine go ahead and do that if you're a team chasing the warriors if you can add gordon hayward your roster is a free agent in you can make it work financially great by all means do that not sitting here saying wave the white flag don't even bother i'm saying don't mortgage.

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