35 Burst results for "Butler"
Herro leads Heat past Pistons 100-92 with 4th-quarter rally
"Tyler hero had thirty one points and eight rebounds in the heats one hundred ninety two comeback win over the pistons Miami trail by nine before opening the fourth quarter on a twenty seven six Ron heroes back to back three pointers cut the deficit to seventy seven seventy four Jimmy Butler and bam Adebayo each provided fifteen points nine boards in the heats fifth win in six games Kyle Lowry added fifteen points eight assists and six boards for Miami Detroit led fifty three forty seven at halftime before finishing one and four on its five game homestand Jeremy grant had twenty one points and seven boards for the pistons I'm the ferry
Wizards beat Heat 103-100 to split home-and-home series
"Bradley Beal led four players in double figures with twenty one points as the wizards that Miami's four game winning streak what a one oh three one hundred win over the heat can tape VS Caldwell pope and Spencer Dinwiddie each chipped in with sixteen including two big three pointers in a crucial stretch in the fourth quarter as they came from a sixteen point deficit Beal and the wizards are now seven and one at home home or really rock and we're really ready to go so that's important for us moving forward especially when it comes down to play offs and seating in a special plan Miami and Charlotte come up again these games matter with the win the wizards approved eleven and five overall the heat fall to eleven and six and were led by Jimmy Butler who at twenty nine points Craig heist Washington
Butler has 32 points, Heat beat Wizards to open 2-game set
"They beat the wizards one twelve ninety seven to sit atop the Eastern Conference seven three pointers in the third period gave Miami an eighteen point lead in the way is never recovered Jimmy Butler scored a game high thirty two points including all ten of his free throws for Miami I think sometimes I just get lost in trying to put the ball in the basket is not a bad thing on your own but I don't I like to I like to be a pass first player I like to have all my teammates added twenty and gave Vincent had eighteen off the bench Bradley Beal led Washington with thirty points Kyle Kuzma had nineteen it's the fourth straight win and back to back losses for the wizards I'm more in Ruston
Little Curtis, Birmingham Hospital And Michelle Butler discussed on AP News Radio
"Little Curtis means is only sixteen months old but he's a world record holder Curtis weighed less than a pound when he was born at the university of Alabama at Birmingham hospital in July of twenty twenty his mother Michelle Butler also gave birth to a twin boy who did not survive she was pregnant for only about twenty one weeks about half the time of a full term pregnancy little Curtis spent two hundred seventy five days in the hospital defying the odds getting stronger and stronger after three months they were able to take him off of ventilator and following months of round the clock care little Curtis went home in April a moment is mother will always remember she says the world's most premature baby to survive says Guinness world records I read a folate
Alabama boy named world's most premature infant to survive
"Means is only sixteen months old but he's a world record holder Curtis weighed less than a pound when he was born at the university of Alabama at Birmingham hospital in July of twenty twenty his mother Michelle Butler also gave birth to a twin boy who did not survive she was pregnant for only about twenty one weeks about half the time of a full term pregnancy little Curtis spent two hundred seventy five days in the hospital defying the odds getting stronger and stronger after three months they were able to take him off of ventilator and following
Nuggets' Jokic ejected for shoving Heat's Morris
"Necro yoke which registered a triple double leading the nuggets past the heat one thirteen to ninety six in addition to his twenty five points fifteen rebounds and ten assists your coach's resume included an objection for a retaliatory shove of Miami's Markieff Morris street in about a month me and are like noses Lucas making I think it's eight was a dirty play and then I just need to to protect myself both players were given a flagrant foul two before being tossed from the game Denver led by fifteen at the break before going up by as much as twenty three Jimmy Butler's thirty one points for game high for Miami which lost for only the second time in eight games Bruce
Herro, Lowry help Heat hold on to beat Jazz 118-115
"Tyler hero scored twenty nine points and Kyle Lowry had his nineteenth career triple double in the heats one eighteen one fifteen victory against the jazz Miami led by nineteen with five minutes remaining but the victory wasn't assured until Donovan Mitchell missed a three pointer in the closing seconds Larry finished with twenty points twelve rebounds and ten assists Jimmy Butler scored twenty seven points for the heat making two free throws with ten point four seconds remaining after you talk cut it to one sixty one fifteen whether it's by one or twenty one and thirty one for that matter as long as we win we did our job Mitchell finished with thirty seven points for the jazz both teams are seven two I'm Dave Ferrie
Celtics crank up defense again, roll past Heat 95-78
"The Celtics played air tight defense for a second straight night on the way to a ninety five seventy eight stifling of the heat Jaylen brown scored seventeen points to lead six Boston players in double figures the self what the back to back in Orlando and Miami by giving up an average of seventy eight and a half points on thirty three percent shooting Miami shot thirty five percent overall nine for forty one from three point range and manage a total of fifty five points in the final three quarters Jimmy Butler scored twenty points for the heat who finished the game without Kyle Lowry because of a sprained left ankle in the third quarter I'm Dave Ferrie
Balanced Heat hold off late Mavericks rally, win 125-110
"The Miami Heat won their fifth straight as they defeated the Dallas Mavericks one twenty five one ten so Miami improves to six and one well the mail drop to four and three he shot fifty two percent from the field hit thirteen of twenty five treys took control with a forty six point second quarter and held off a late Dallas rally the heat had four players with twenty points or more led by Tyler here over twenty five Jimmy Butler had twenty three Kyle Lowry and bam Adebayo with twenty two a piece well look at Dante's led all scorers with a season high thirty three for the mavs Bob Stevens Dallas
Banner night for Heat, who hang on and top Hornets 114-99
"Jimmy Butler poured in thirty two points in the heat wasted most of a twenty six point lead before posting a one fourteen ninety nine win over the Hornets bam Adebayo had twenty six points and nineteen rebounds on the night his Olympic gold medal banner was unveiled in Miami Tyler hero scored twenty six points off the bench for the heat who enjoyed a sixty thirty seven rebounding advantage Gordon Hayward scored twenty three points and miles bridges had twenty two for Charlotte Hornets guard LaMelo ball struggled with his shot hitting just two of fourteen from the field I'm the ferry
Adebayo has 24, Heat pull away to beat Nets 106-93
"The Miami Heat got hot at the right time to defeat the next one of six ninety three he led by just three points with six minutes remaining but then went on a sixteen to six run that included ten straight points to close it out Miami dominated the boards out rebounding that seventy to forty five including twenty five off the offensive boards Jimmy Butler pulled down fourteen rebounds while scoring seventeen points it feels good to be able to win games knowing that you're not making shots I feel like we we have a group that prides themselves on getting stops them out of I'll top it with twenty four points including two late dunk that sealed the win Kevin Durant led Brooklyn with twenty five points I'm Tom Merriam
Herro scores 27 points, Heat rout Bucks 137-95 in opener
"Tyler hero scored twenty seven points in just twenty four minutes off the bench as the heat blow out the box one thirty seven ninety five just the group of guys that that are around me I'm able to to be myself and a woman you want me to be myself you know this the life into me every single day but I mean yeah it is I mean is so I am Miami took control for good by out scoring the defending NBA champs forty seventeen in the first quarter they led by twenty nine at halftime and thirty six heading into the fourth quarter bam Adebayo provided twenty points and thirteen rebounds while Jimmy Butler chipped in twenty one points Yanis intend to Kubo had fifteen points and ten rebounds for the box who open the NBA season with the one twenty seven one oh four rather the nets on the ferry
GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent Discusses the Immigration Crisis
"The immigration crisis at the southern border if you win this congressional seat listen yeah it's a seat where only people in the congressional district in Washington can vote for you Obviously But you're voting on national issues It's not a state Senate seat It's on a state seat It is a federal seat You're take on immigration What's going on at the border given that we learned last night from Bill meluan on Fox that the Biden administration is doing a de facto Amnesty Joe what they're doing is they're using parole and parole doesn't mean what it does in the criminal system It means like taking people in from a foreign country giving them a reason to be here They're doing it on a mass scale your thoughts on what's going on at the southern border and they factor Amnesty Yeah it's just insanity I mean the crisis on our border is going to affect every single American city So I'm here in Pacific Northwest geographically where far away from the border but we're essentially a border town because we're surrounded by a sanctuary city I got Portland to our south Seattle to our north I 5 quarter going up and down I talked to our local law enforcement We had a massive uptick in crime We recently had a sheriff's deputy killed doing a counter narcotics mission to protect community out here And that's all directly linked to the lack of a border wall And then the Joe Biden opening up our southern border So the woman I'm running against he's a Republican Jamie Herrera butler She voted to stop the construction of the southern border wall with the Democrats Over the first two years we had Republicans in the House and the Senate when Trump was in charge We had a mandate from the American people to build that wall into secure our border and to do what's right for our people We had Republicans like Jimmy her butler crossed the island betray us So we have to get the military down there I think finish the wall really even go after the cartel that's on the border to defend our borders And then we have to have a full immigration moratorium I mean really the massive amount of labor immigration that's going to come across the border is really an attack on the American
"butler" Discussed on Women and Crime
"I- listeners meghan. I amy today. We have a special bonus episode. Because there's been some update on one of the cases we've covered story of sarah butler now. If you haven't listened yet to sarah butler story please check it out. It was episode twenty four. They'll give you a a brief little summary of the case. If you have not listened or maybe just need a refresher on the evening of november twenty second two thousand sixteen college sophomore. Sarah butler left her new jersey home to meet up with a man she met on the internet. Nine days later her body was found in a nearby park just days later in online sting operation by sarah's family and friends led police her killer and information onto unsolved murders. The killer was khalil. Willer weaver a local twenty year. Old man who after just two hours of deliberation was found guilty of murder. This was on december nineteenth two thousand and nineteen one of the reasons i wanted to cover this case was because it had not received much media attention and it was also just so tragic and it was a local case. If you recall at the end of our discussion we talked about whether or not khalil was a serial killer right. Do you remember that. Yes and we said yes. He in fact should have been classified as a serial killer. We both agreed on the and the media as their reporting his sentencing. which is what. We're here today to talk about. They do refer to him as a serial killer. Finally yes so on. October ninth just the other day. Two thousand twenty one wheeler weaver. Who's now twenty. Five was sentenced to one hundred sixty years in prison for the murder of not only sarah who was twenty at the time but also the two other known murder victims robin west who was nineteen and joanne brown. Who was thirty three now. This punishment was also for the kidnapping sexual assault and attempted murder of tiffany taylor. I'm sorry. how many years did you get a hundred sixty. So we're not going to see him on parole. that's good. We will not see him on parole. And i wanna ask you. I'd like to dissect that sentence but before we do that. Let's talk about the fact that he was found guilty in december of two thousand nineteen and it is now october of two thousand twenty one now. That's a pretty big delay between conviction and sentencing. Yeah but it's also cova time. Unfortunately cove is backed up the courts even more substantially than. They already were backed up. And usually when you're convicted. I mean this was probably a sentence that we could have guessed but there's always time between conviction and sentencing where they prepare reports. It's not but usually under ninety days in fact it's usually between thirty to ninety days of a guilty verdict that we see some sort of sentencing. That's true but like you said it doesn't actually matter because he wasn't going anywhere quick so it didn't matter necessarily for wheeler weaver but for the victims and the victims families. There you know these poor people are awaiting some form of closure. So that's quite a long time. Because the sarah's murder occurred in the fall of two thousand sixteen. Is there something that missing was that there was there another reason you think other than the covert slowdown or you think that was. I don't from what i from. What i read. It had been delayed several times because of the pandemic. And as you said there's such a backlog because of the pandemic yeah so where was he. During this time he was house at essex county jail now that he has sentence he's going to be transferred..
"butler" Discussed on Blocked and Reported
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"butler" Discussed on Blocked and Reported
"So so basically what. The narrative has has changed like okay. It's so maybe it wasn't a hoax but now this isn't a translate. Yeah it's very it's a messy situation. It's killing can't have it both ways you can't like first of all i don't understand why glee gets the final. Say over how the stories corrected. I talked to someone else. Who's written for the guardian and said that she had a correction made against her will which is gonna happen. Sometimes i when i was editor i would writers. Don't get final sorry about when corrections occur absolutely so this was sort of a ridiculous outrage story because what happened is very far from the guardian. Censoring this now. I do think they did a horrible job. You can't nuke a bunch of an interview and then offer such an opaque explanation right right and the explanation the crushing sense now. I think it's fine other than the fact that they don't wait until we saw but that should have been the correction the initial correction. It shouldn't have been opaque. Yeah but this. This was just an example of just like the endless outrage cycle. I always use associate like outrage bullshit with the right more and more like every day. There's a new story on the left about race. That is just not what it seems that. The first draft of the story is always falls. Owen higgins still has his viral semi-rural two thousand plus re tweets tweet up continuing to spread the idea that this was just embarrassing transphobia rather than a situation that was much more complicated and we're gleason at the end of the day decided not to. I don't know why she was allowed to decide. But she decided there'd be no correction and that's why they pulled the the taxed. So what did you think of. I guess we've already tipped our hand on this. But what did you think of. Butler's theory itself that we need to rethink the category of women. I think judith butler wants to re re rethinks a category of women that's fine. I don't think we should rethink the category of female. Would you think of this idea of the the you see a lot about this like turf right wing alliance. This is ridiculous. There have been edge cases where some group like like women's liberation trump will align with a group like the heritage foundation on some specific piece of legislation but the idea was an interest they said people who appeared on a panel. Yeah yeah this idea that. There are like jenner. Critical feminist aligning problems and people who campaigned to end access to abortion. And stuff like that. It's just. I'm sure there are edge cases where this happens but this is not. This is not a real thing that's happening. They're not aligning with kion. Not aligning with problems. These feminists there's been this like real pushing. Basically a conspiracy theory that that the alliance between gender critical feminists and turfs and the right is a big problem. It's not. It's as far as i can tell. It is really made up and drawn from cherry pick examples. I guess we should like technically define. What a feminist is right. Yeah sure gender critical in this context just means i to me. Gender critical really means they're critical of gender identity. The idea that we have like at it's usually treated as an innate and a turtle sense of feeling male or female which critical feminist will say. What does it mean to feel female. How can you define that. Without relying on stereotypes. Sorta like a like a little ache in the throat sometimes go and now there are among them..
"butler" Discussed on Blocked and Reported
"The non binary feminist philosopher and gender studies individual had a interview. In the guardian it was headlined judith. Butler colin we need to rethink the category woman The interviews conducted by jules glean believes herself a transplant. He i think you're right about that. So this article went up tuesday. September seventh pretty quickly part of it was cut out and cryptic editor's note saying he was just updated in light of recent events popped up as we'll see. This launched a whole sort of angry outrageous borderline conspiracy theory. Should i just read the excerpt that was cut out. I do think yes. Here's a question from gleason. It seems that some within feminist movements becoming sympathetic to these far-right campaigns. This year's fuhrer around in los angeles on online outraged by transforms followed by bloody protests organized by the pros. Can we expect this alliance to continue butler answers and sometimes quite frightening to see how transit exclusionary feminists have allied with right wing attacks on gender. The anti gender ideology movement is not opposing a specific account of gender but seeking to eradicate gender as a concept or discourse a field of study and approach to social power. Sometimes they claim that sex alone has scientific standing but other times they appeal to divine mandates for masculine domination difference. They don't seem to mind contradicting themselves. I'm realizing this is longer. I thought she goes on to say that. I think is butler was a little bit long winded. Usually so pithy so they go on to continue by saying that turfs and gender critical feminists are effectively joining with the right wing anti gender movement I'll just read last pair. The anti gender movement circulate specter of quote gender as a force of destruction but they never actually read any works gender. Studies quicken fearful conclusions. Take the place of considered judgements. Yes some work on genders difficult to not everyone can read it so that might attention because of the way that you write your brother like literally once wrote what an award for the worst sentence we just read that sentence you have it up. Just finished reading this yes. Some work on gender is difficult to not everyone can read it so we have to do better and reaching a broader public as important as it is however to make complex concept available to a popular audience it is equally important to encourage intellectual inquiry as part of public life. Unfortunately we are living in anti intellectual intellectual times and neo-fascism is becoming more normalized. Okay so let me run sense. Yeah and what do you remember the say the award she won for or they won for the bad writing contest. Is this one thousand nine hundred ninety eight butler who we should. Also say is a professor at uc berkeley. They write the move from a structuralist account in which capital is understood to structure social relations in relatively homologous ways. To view of hegemony in which power relations are subject to repetition convergence and rearticulating brought the question of temporarily temporarity into thinking of structure and marked shift from a form of al through syrian without his theory that takes structural totality as as theoretical objects to one in which the insights into the contingent possibility of structure inaugurate a renewed conception of hegemony as bound up with the contingent sites.
"butler" Discussed on Blocked and Reported
"Podcast block podcast edgy. Millicom you can reach out to us. Ready to harm slash are slash blockchain reported raider of. Us an apple. I thought last time. I checked apple. Podcasts we were down to four point. Seven riff eq that. That's just a ninety two on tests and we're both high achievers. We need at least four point seven. You can fix that. Give us a five star review. What else can we sell merch at bar dot. Org you can get hoodies. You can get tote bags you can get mugs. All of your friends will know that. You are the fucking coolest person and your swim class. Yeah yeah if Yeah we we sell so much. Merchant has a major impact on the global economy. So we're trying to be cooking. Yeah i get it. Before the before the shortages we also have a premium subscriber program at patriot on this means. If you sign up you get access to an incredible community of more than six thousand people. You also get at least three extra episodes per month and ray ad free and ad for free weekly episodes early access to them. The bonus episodes that we've released this month. I think it'd been really good. They've been on this crazy ivermectin rolling stone thing they've been on the westbound sit in and self. Id it's just a rollicking. Good time overall. Yeah best Best deal in media outside of new york times crossword move onto the second half of this wonderful episode. Look to it all right. So there was a qna. In the guardian with judith butler the gender theorist and philosopher best known for her book for their book gender troubles they identifies not binary now. There are so many famed feminist to now identify non binary judith butler island miles. Masha guessing it's very interesting. Some might even say a trend is your katie. That i will not indulge your trans-phobia they i'm not a transfer. India job realized recently. Go where there are no conservative. Envy's that that can't be true. I how many okay. let's go on a hunt. Are there any conservative non-binding. I'm about to get on the goggin. Glad list. Okay if there if anybody listening to this is or knows any conservative non binary people. Please let us know. I am desperate to find if there is even a single conservative and there was probably point where there were no conservative binary transpeople. I doubt that. I highly doubt that i feel like when it first when like being trans i went mainstream. But now there's there's a lot of conservative transplant. I completely don't by that. I mean maybe coming out his transfer sure but why would gender does for you have to do with politics. There are plenty of conservative transpeople. Now i mean caitlyn jenner's running for fucking governor little. I know but i'm saying what i think like for any new thing when it's newly safe to come out. I bet the first people who come out are are liberals. Obviously if know trans people might be more likely to be liberal. Just because liberals are more tolerant of transpeople but there are plenty of examples of conservative transpeople. And i don't think Is determined somebody's political orientation saying i do think being invite airy is is entirely liberal or leftist phenomenon. Well if you disagree if you're a conservative. nb reachout trust me. We'll have you on the podcast. 'cause i'm curious what your life is like. Yeah no problem. What what would you like me. Like a very viner's people's lives any different than non binary conservative. And like. You have to explain this all your conservative friends and yeah they you know. They'll probably more skeptical than your liberal friends. Who would probably celebrate you. Yeah that's probably true. Okay so judith. Butler.
Trump to Endorse GOP Challenger to Liz Cheney
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an AP source says former president trump will endorse a challenger to Republican U. S. representative Liz Cheney a person familiar with the decision speaking on condition of anonymity tells the Associated Press former president Donald Trump plans to endorse Wyoming attorney Harriet Hageman in a bid to unseat U. S. representative Liz Cheney Cheney is one of trump's most vocal Republican critics and she was the most prominent Republican member of Congress to vote for trump's second impeachment trump has already endorsed challengers to several GOP incumbents including Alaska senator Lisa Makowski representative Fred Upton of Michigan representative Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio and representative Jamie Herrera Butler of Washington all voted in favor of impeaching trump for his role in inciting the January sixth insurrection at the U. S. capitol Mike Rossi out Washington
"butler" Discussed on Throughline
"And also i was a strange kid who learned to Stay by herself and make things up. Get along better with people. now Often for octavia e. butler was a loner. She had a really interesting solitary existence. As an only child. She spent a lotta time alone. She was super super shy very introverted. She was tall. She was awkward. She was quiet and she was very very poor. Her mom would have to decide. Like what kind of shoe. She would buy her child like she one time. I think bought her church shoes and she'd have to church us all the time so she was. I think kind of traumatized by that poverty. My name is jason. I'm the founder. And director of the octavia butler legacy network. I teach ethnic studies at cal. Poly pomona and i live in southern california. And i am an expert in octavia e butler's life and i worked to try to highlight those who are upholding. Her legacy octavia butler was also from southern california. She was born in pasadena. In nineteen forty seven her own family migrated from louisiana to california in nineteen thirty. These were people who survived the depression. Who went hungry. Because of the depression who has louisiana and came to california and live on very little because of the depression. Her father passed away when she was a toddler. Her mother.
Former Butler Basketball Player Carlos 'Scooby' Johnson Jr. Charged With Rape
"Butler Bulldogs basketball player Carlos Scooby Johnson charged with felony rape and sexual battery from an incident back in February in a dormitory Johnson no longer enrolled at the school. Nor is he on the team's roster anymore. Yeah. I mean, you just hate those stories. You hate him. You hate him for everybody involved. The victim. The kid, Uh, just there's just no winners. It's awful. It's brutal there.
Miami Heat Land Kyle Lowry, Retain Duncan Robinson on 5-Year, $90 Million Deal
"Let's start with the miami heat who made some noise yesterday for sure. Free agency officially kicking off. They added a couple of former nba champs to their roster and kyle lowry and the recently minted. Pj tucker they also resigned sharpshooter dunkin robinson on our close to an agreement with jimmy butler on a four year. Max
Three Rescues for the Price of One
"Rescues for the price of one one boy one dog one old coot bentley. And i don't see i. The reason bentley is a brown. Eyed boxer slice shepherd slash. God knows what else mix. And i'm an old coot. He's now eight so that makes him fifty six in dog years younger than me. But he's catching up. My oldest grandson and i rescued bentley five years ago. The eleven year old boy had just found out another baby would invade his house in less than a year and he was livid he already suffered through to other babies in his life his four years younger brother and a sister not yet a year old. This last one was a surprise to his parents and infuriating to the boy. Despite being the seniors sibling of the household. He didn't like it. One damn bit not sure why. Less room and attention for him. I guess who knows how an eleven year old thinks anyway. We live in the same town. So i went over to get him out of the house and hopefully his sn. It seemed like a good excuse to go get ice cream. I had no actual plan. Figured we'd hit a best buy to troll through the electronic wonders. Maybe visit brahms a big pet store. Occupied part of the same retail cluster. As the big geek paradise as past it. A sign outside announced a rescue dog audition side by that. I mean dogs. That needed it. Not those that did it. The boy opted for that. He already had a pet dog but his sudden excitement was much better than his silent brooding. What the heck. That's where we found the beast. The biggest dog on display a silky blonde. Sixty five pounder. He lay in his cage yawning while all the little yipper ze m. medium parker's on display. Set off a cacophonous row. He looked up at us and gave jason's offered fingers a token lick through the wires name on the cage. Red bentley sounded like an english butler doubted. This dogwood would hunt
Stars' Ben Bishop Waives No-Move Clause With Stars for Expansion Draft
"Ben Bishop waves his no movement clause to be exposed in the Seattle expansion draft. After approaching the team with the idea. They confirmed that his session yesterday that allows them to protect veteran goalie Anton Khudobin from the cracking That draft is set for Wednesday at Gasworks Park Sports attended 40 past each hour. Tom Butler, Come on news 7 42
"butler" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"About a woman who forever changed the science fiction genre. The one and only octavia butler octavia is still butler was born on june. Twenty second nineteen forty seven. Her father lawrence james butler a shoeshiner died when she was very young swat. Tv was raised by her mother. Octavia margaret guy. They lived in pasadena. California octavius mother worked as a maid to support the family as a young child in the nineteen fifties stories. Were octavius escape from reality. America was in a period of transition amidst the post world war. Two boom the rise of the cold war. And the start of the civil rights movement octavia was very shy tall child who kept mostly to herself. She loved books and started writing her own stories. From the age of ten her love of reading was unhindered. By the fact that octavia was dyslexic. Though money was often short to support her daughters interests. Octavius mother picked up books. Wherever she could and helped octavia get a library. Card when octavia was twelve years old. She discovered a genre that would change her life. Science fiction she later said it appealed to me more even than fantasy because it required more thought. More research into things that fascinated me octavia dreamed up alternate universes drawing from sources including astronomy and botany after graduating from high school octavia enrolled at pasadena city college where she earned an associates of arts degree in nineteen sixty eight. She later also studied at california state university los angeles and continued her education via writing programs. She took a course through the screen writers guild. Open door programme with award-winning sci. Fi writer. Harlan ellison and while attending the clarion science fiction writers workshop. She sold her. First story octavia always focused on writing but she also took on other jobs to support herself. She was a telemarketer a dishwasher and even chip inspector in a factory. She would often wake up at two in the morning to right. After five years of rejection octavia sold her first novel. The book entitled pattern master is set in a distant future when humans are equipped with telepathic. Powers it was published the following year and critics applauded the well-built plot. And well developed characters. Soon after octavia published two more novels. Mind of my mind and survivor. Using the money earned from advances on her previous novels octavia took a trip to maryland to research her next award. Winning book kindred she wrote the first and last chapters of the book during a three hour. Wait at a bus station. Kindred is about a young black woman who travels back in time to the nineteenth century us-south to save the life of her white ancestor in a new york times interview. Octavius said she drew inspiration from her. Mother's job she said. I didn't like seeing her. Go through back doors. If my mother hadn't put up with all those humiliations. I wouldn't have eaten very well or lived very comfortably so i wanted to write a novel that would make others feel the history the pain and fear that black people have had to live through in order to endure for some science. Fiction is way to escape problems. In the real world for octavia via science. Fiction was away to shine a light on those problems. She used other worlds to examine real human experiences and address issues facing humanity. Her works touch on the environment race. Theory black feminism queer theory and disability studies. She was a pioneer in the development of africa. Future azam octavia had a powerful certainty and drive in her writing career evidenced in the archives of her work at the huntington library she wrote. I shall be bestselling writer. And i will find the way to do this. So be it. See to it. She was right octavia won many awards including the nineteen eighty four hugo award for best short story and hugo award for best novel. Let in nineteen ninety-five. She received a genius grant from the macarthur foundation. Becoming the first science fiction writer to do so with this grant. She was able to buy a house for her mother and herself. In two thousand five octavia was awarded a place in chicago state. University's international black writers hall of fame by that point. Her books had been translated into at least ten languages selling more than one million copies a year later. In two thousand six octavia died after taking a fall in her washington home. She was fifty eight years old. Since her death octavia butler's writing has become even more popular. Her work is featured on college campuses and there are plans for some of her stories to be adapted for film and television one of her books parable of the sower feels particularly prescient. Set in the twenty twenties. Parable of the sower is based in a world that's largely collapsed due to climate change class inequality in corporate greed. In her work octavia exposed flaws of this world by creating others her uncanny ability to see understand and reveal deep-seated problems continues to inspire and provoke readers today all month. We're talking about storytellers for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll manica weekly. Follow us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia manica special. Thanks to lose kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow..
"butler" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"This is beyond belief sobriety podcasts where we examined issues of interest to people who have found or who are seeking a secular path to recovery from addictions of all kinds kylie butler enjoyed a successful career in business where she reached what i think is some of the highest levels of success seeking a role where her values and career would be more aligned. She eventually was presented with what i believe. She described one of her episodes as a gift wrapped in shut. Maybe you were. It sounds.
"butler" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Called health dash dot work. So maybe check that out. Wow we love and this other person katie rights and hey naomi andy love the show and you guys are hilarious. I'm curling listening to the episode. Is sydney wine to send in a suggestion that might help the listener with health insurance issues and they say if you're young and generally healthy looking to getting just the Catastrophic insurance on the marketplace just the catastrophic insurance that will give you coverage in the case of a big emergency or special medical situation then for regular annual checkups. Make sure to ask for the self pay insured rate. You still have to pay out of pocket but it will be significantly less expensive even for and other routine tests. Hope this helps. We love that. I love that now. That's a hot tip. Yes but i mean who's relatively healthy. I'm not i. I was at the time when i was uninsured or had terrible insurance. Yeah i was relatively healthy. I took the risk before we get into a couple of plugs. Naomi though we got okay. I'll take it one comment. We got. I think this is from instagram. And this person wrote and said this is again from. I believe sydney's episode. I just need y'all to know that. The way andy said he's for the streets and step assode gave me life. I was reading. Someone's letter gladder question. And they wrote. They said they got divorced. It's good because he is for the streets. I hit that fifteen second back button. So many times to hear him say should make a ringtone. Thank you for getting me through finals. Jar awesome heart. Emoji mean this. He was for the streets. He was for the streets. Can't eat ass those are i got. I got my two ringtones here on my phone. One of them was the original anami ringtone. Yup he you can't eat ass what you can't eat what you can't eat what you can't you can't dress. That was the remix of course. Of course now. here's the new one. He was for the streets. I love that. I think together really that listen. He was for the streets you can't. Ups ask if he's of the streets. I think that's the back. He's the streets fagged. Now naomi before we get into the plugs. Yeah i think we have an incredible guest today. I mean truly iconic truly iconic. Someone who were like. This person is so talented and the fact that they will even talk to us huge. I you know what i mean. Yeah i was like first of all also the space between the kinds of characters that they play the kind of incredible nice kind person. they are is continental. That's what we call classically trained okay. That's what we call a karma karma karma karma karma chameleon. Okay this is someone who is truly inhabiting characters. That are not himself. And who i'm talking about is actor. Jason butler harness hell. Yes we love him. we love him. You may have seed jason on shows like ozark next. yeah donovan. he's out here booked busy blessed and kind and we have a very very governor soon. This was fantastic. Now that i've plugged him. I'm gonna plug me real quick. Yes do it okay. You guys this very tuesday tonight. June twenty second. You can see me at silverlake lounge at eight pm on the show. Icons only by norrie read mattie connors. It's going to be a fun favorites..
"butler" Discussed on Comic Dwarves
"Of the shadow people rude. I don't know how often the robot is there when he starts when he starts joining them and we have the rebel leader. Elo did i miss anyone. Gonna i mean she hasn't really join his crew until the end but or towards the end but trump. Yeah we'll counter some old strong as well. Let's hear from a super special guest. Co hosts john butler. Do we really want to do that. Because i mean i feel like mine is going to be pretty no matter what it's make for the wind make all the way he's pitched monique. I love him so much. And i know there's certain points where like it kind of turns and you're like man and i really about the not like make anymore and then you keep reading. You're like god just. I don't know why second-guessed you make. You are really the best every time everytime i want a second guessing. He does something. And i'm like you know what. I appreciate this outside of hulk. I think rounded and fulfilling character arc. Who absolutely he. He has the most transition. Regardless i think makes definitely like the second like co-star he's definitely the co star of this book Yeah what about you. I'm just gonna say my second week as well so we don't need to double up on all that conversation again. The final form of me is pretty cool as far as like just from a visual standpoint. He was one of the more interesting ones a lot of them. Were about a lot of. But some of them were kind of specially l. o. is pretty unlikable. The shame was a little bland. I i really like that. We got a little bit of the horde there for a sec. That's also a fun character like just visually. I like hoard. A lot in the comics I wish that brief little interlude where meek in the horrid were starting to kind of get to have their bonding romance science direct you. It's the brood got. Damn why did i want to say the horde. I was so confused. I was like who i think it is. Because they're lay look really cool. I just want to make sure. I was like yeah. I agree totally. Let sean embarrassing himself with you. Thank you Yeah the brood. The brooded meek romance should have. I don't know but given a little more room to i think those characters deserved it. That was that was fun to see. There's kind of unique. I don't know and also i think it not to the same extent that he had it but the brew did also have a character arc It started off. Just you know just a vicious killing machine and not in pretty remorseless not really not really worried about any of its fellow characters to you know at by the end of the book it was trying to save children and it was. You know it started to form a bond with with meek and it really became a lot more of a a compassionate character than you ever like an any other book ever see any member of the brood be really. It is by far the most unique take on the Of all their appearances in marvel comics. Except for maybe brew in rude. But i don't know we don't need to talk about him kind of like paul's hand with his book like is just making all the weird undug characters like humanized shine because all of the cast is really like you wouldn't see these characters in a regular marvel book. Act this way or be this way or china in the spotlight ever except for maybe in world war hulk but that that's another issue another mini issues later. So josh who's your favorite well man meek At a taco to make enough. I would go with the runner up cord. He he was used as a weapon. That's that's really my my my hot. Take their the other guys. Like as john said they didn't stand out too much on was the silent monk duty finally broke out at the end but korg he looked cool. He reminds me the ninja turtles. Which is always a plus. The the craig's soldiers part with core was really like. Oh shit okay this. His whole clan got trapped here and now he's like killing his buddies but not really him kill his buddies because hoped use a weapon. Corrigan's the md of the story in actuality because he's the only mostly that was used as a weapon literally. So sean said he wished that meek and routes will make an no names romance had been given more space to breathe and its own thing. And i know it's going to sound crazy. 'cause this book is like four hundred pages long but if i had to pick like chief problem with it it's that I counted how many issues were in this. I think it was like fifteen or something. It's definitely longer than most books that we read on the show but off reading it. A lot of what's here really does seem very condensed. And i think a lot of it would have been more satisfying give. It was drawn out into like one or two arcs. Like i wish hoax. Time as a gladiator was twice as long in the night. Wish that the war that they fight was to or maybe even three times longer. And then i i know maybe maybe you guys disagree with me on this last part but i think hoc ruling as king should have been like at least like its own six issue art. I thought more than even my. I wanted to have more room to breathe in a lot of places but i thought that more than anything was where this could have stood to be like on on the whole. This could have been like three separate arcs rather one. 'cause that giving you time to like get used to the hulk ruling rather than like only just settling in would really make ending a lot more impactful like in already sucks already are have been along and you realize what he lost with these bonds but if he had really been given a chance to feel like oh maybe this is the hulks new normal this is this is kind of what he's doing for the foreseeable future and then you rip that all away just as everybody is really settling in and getting comfortable. That really will hit you a different way. Yeah i agree. That's like my biggest want. Walking away from this comic was like yeah. The ending is so sad. But i wanted to be even more sad than what happened now. Zad well if if they had given me if it if not six at least like a.
"butler" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Hello and welcome to misinformation a trivia podcast for ladies and gents who love cool trivia and sticking it to anoint teams. Have pop quiz where your hosts. I'm lauren and i'm julia hate y'all lowered. Are you full of cheese. Still i am still full of cheese. I want to tell you that the were recording on the day that the cheese up came out and my husband came home and ate an entire block of gouda because apparently he was like that. She's episode really maybe hungry for cheese so we ate a lot of our cheese in our fridge. So did its job. Did what it was supposed to do that yet. We hope you guys enjoyed that. It was something a little different than normal but <hes>. Somebody else mentioned that like they're not a big fan of cheese but they would love to do another dash along episode with its point. So we'll brainstorm. We'll come back to that. Yeah maybe we'll be eating. Maybe it'll be something else. You know who. That's interesting. Mike along with juliet tandem bike. Listen to me. We get a tandem bike and a couple of layers. Listen or and we bike around rochester and talk about the of bicycling and also talk about the history of rochester. How great with did you just come up with this disraeli. I literally just came up with this first of all key. Imagine what people would they. They saw on a tandem bicycle goalie. I attached to us. Like a yeti microphone at like yup. Yup and josh is right a lot riding alongside of us and then our in car bike so i didn't mean this bird. I'm like no it's fine. He's gonna drive next very slow with the with the cords running into the car. I love this so much. Okay that's our next thing called ride along with julian lawrence as they get hit by multiple cars because the worst almost ill-advised thing but you asked for it. Everybody so get ready. It's on your hands. Our blood is on your hands. Basically is what we're saying. Get ready for that man. Speaking of blood oh man. I am very worried now so for this. I decided that i was going to cover <hes>. An author that. I'm not super familiar with a genre of literature but i'm also not super familiar with. I've really learned a lot. And i hope you all will too. I hope i will. Are you ready. Lauren i'm has ever i'll ever be this week. We're entering the brave. New world of octavia butler. Oh you know what i have. Been meeting to read some octavia butler. But i have now. I have not read in a very long time. And i feel like i don't know if i'm ready. You know. I do bet that you would like it. Okay probably a little more. So than i would i. I'm willing to give it all a try great love i think maybe a lot of people have heard her name but they're not totally familiar with her work. Or unless you are like a sci fi reader maybe maybe her name is like completely foreign to you. So here's what you should know. So i was a groundbreaking american writer. She was one of the few women of color publishing an agenda dominated by white men <hes>. Butler won the coveted hugo award which is considered the premier award in science fiction as well as the nebula prize which are which is given to the best works of science fiction or fantasy in the. us <hes>. She won those twice each and that was loud. She all the time she was also the first science fiction writer ever to receive the macarthur fellowship. Wow wow that's interesting. I didn't know that octavia butler was born in pasadena. California in june nineteen forty seven. The only child of her mother's name was also octavia octavia margaret guy who was a housemaid and loris james butler. Who was a shoe. Shine man <hes>. So octavius father died when she was seven and to support the family. Her mother worked as a maid <hes>. She was extremely shy. As a child in octavia found an outlet at the library reading fantasy books and also in writing <hes>. She did have a mild form of dyslexia but she didn't let this challenge deter her from developing a love of books <hes>. She started creating her own stories early on and she decided to make writing her. Life's work around. The age of ten octavia wrote reams of pages in her big pink notebook and at first she was enamored with fairy tales and also horror stories but she quartz came interested in science fiction magazines. Such as amazing stories and galaxy. Science fiction so octavia did do a lot of interviews later in life. And so i've gotten some really great information right from her own words that i'm going to ask throughout this so to an mit class on the media in transition in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight butler told this anecdote. It's impossible to begin to talk about myself. And the media without going back to how i wound up writing science fiction and that is by watching a terrible movie. Movie was called devil girl from mars. And i saw it when i was about twelve years old and it changed my life. It was one of those old nineteen fifties movies in which the beautiful martian woman arrives on earth to announce that all the martian men of died off in there are a bunch of men. Hungry women up there and the earth. Men don't want to go. As i was watching this film i had a series of revelations the i was cheese. I can write a better story than that. And then i thought gee anybody can read about our story than that. And my thought was the clincher. Somebody got paid for writing. Not awful story. Yeah so often. Writing and a year later i was busy. Submitting terrible fiction to innocent magazines.
"butler" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Excellent School districts are very diverse town really lot going on really good downtown scene good restaurants. Montclair is very affluent town. The family lived in what is known as the South End neighborhood. So this was more of a or is more of a gentrified part of town. It's very hip, but it's not as upscale as what's known as Upper Montclair upper Montclair is a very wealthy area. Regardless, this family was a solid middle class family. Both of Sarah's parents worked very hard to stay in that area her mother is Laverne Laverne emigrated from Jamaica in the early nineteen nineties and worked locally as a nanny for a family and Montclair her father Victor worked at a nearby country club, and there are some reports that he was also a bartender at a comedy club. Sarah was one of three girls. She had two sisters and Sarah was the middle. Child. Sarah's family was part of a very close knit community that was centered around their church, and by all accounts are did very well in school. She was described as bubbly with an infectious energy and she was very driven and high school. She actually lead the dance team and she was part of a traveling group at the Premiere Dance Theatre and they won I. Guess This Group on the Schools Dan Scholarship, they finished third at amateur night at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. So they were you know they're pretty good. They were really good. She was also a lifeguard at the local Ymca she often babysat and there are some reports that say she was paying her way through bartending school. Wow. So after graduating high school, Sarah began attending New Jersey City University. Oh, right near right around the corner from you Meghan literally. So she was a commuter for her freshman year and this was also a very big deal. She was the first in her. Family to attend college understandably like most students she wanted to experience campus life. So she actually began living in the dorms her sophomore year course some of her close friends reported that she didn't like her roommates and she struggled to make friends. But overall she was a happy girl and had a lot of friends. Okay. So this is where the story starts her mother. Laverne picked her up from school in. Jersey City on November twenty second two, thousand, sixteen around eight PM. Actually. Picking her up to come home for Thanksgiving break. After her mother picked her up, she asked her mom for the keys to borrow the families van. So she could go meet up with friends that evening usually what we did when you go home for Thanksgiving break the first night, right? I night was always a big party night right so of course, her mother agreed Sarah said, she'd be out just a couple of hours and her mom said, okay, no problem unfortunately, she hadn't returned by morning and she hadn't answered her phone and her family became. Very alarmed, and of course, they began calling all of her friends and they were even calling local hospitals and eventually they did call the police, hover they. No one really had any answers for them Sarah Sister and Sarah's good friends spotted the family's car which just blew minivan. It was tucked behind a former factory just four miles from where she lived Sarah's friends and her sister kind of driving around trying to just check around the actually found the car that they were looking for, which is very rare..
"butler" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"Really thought that I was a well read person I thought I thought I was well read person I thought I knew a lot of stuff. I don't know anything. I don't even know what I don't know. And like. Yeah. So like all those lists that they've always given you. You know like those books for the college bound or whatever like you know and you have your Zora Neale Hurston Your Toni, Morrison's and your LS walkers. and. I've read all of that sort of Canon. But I haven't read anything beyond that sort of classical Canon of accepted black literature. You bring up a really good point there though because like that classical canon of white except voices very narrowly defined lane of the road and that's what I love about Octavia Butler's. Yes, kindred is about slavery, but she wrote about so many other things that like encompass the black experience and that's why I always thought it was. Odd that book was always set apart in this other section. This is this is where it belongs your black voice but. and not to try to derail the conversation. But if you look at her other books, if you can actually go this, you can go back and you can see the covers. Of her books from back in the seventies and eighties, and you can read the book and you can tell this multiracial character or a black character, and in the cover will be a white woman or a white man and just the I like. You can tell the market forces that were at play at times, but just also how people were would perceive the book in. I remember we have a friend in common. I won't name who it is but she read one of the books and she says Oh. No, I thought I think it was on Zillow genesis books. So I thought I thought Lewis was a white woman. She just made a Nigerian guide or something like why do they go because on the cover she's white and was like that's just the cover art. You, you've missed the point of the book and I know the same thing happened with the. Hunger Dame's and rue growth. People people just glossed over. The very blatant net district, the entire district with slavery. Georgia and something. But Kano. Some of the other like powers that be when it comes to marketing and when it comes to like education image. At the time, they did not think that. You know black people African Americans would read. I fight. So they didn't mark it. You know to that community. So yes, the covers were were of white. Or? Racially ambiguous people. and. The same thing with like with with through, it was just like, oh, just kind of that character is in there, but it was kind of glossed over wasn't into the movie that people like wait a minute. Like never for a second that I doubt that rule was but I saw the people like you know were shot like, how did they do this but this this idea that the only books that are put up on. pedestals from black authors wants to talk specifically about a very narrow band of the black experience. Always. Always. Frustrated me like I think. The daily show her so I made a a very. Little. Oscar. So white a few years ago where they said like Oh no, you can only do movies about slavery or civil rights like no you won't have any other experiences in that Sarah how I felt about the way Octavia Butler works treated it's like Oh these ones aren't significant because they're not about slavery. And I was at that was such a waste. Because as much as I love kindred I love all her books so much more. those were the things that like when you asked about things that shaped you. Lake parable the sewers was a big deal to me late Zillur Genesis. A mind of my mind is like one of my favorite months and those are ones that really shaped by experience in high school and you know the. Site by. I don't know. It's just always tricky as odd given her her vast Haluk books. And I hate that they do that because you know science fiction to me is some of the most. It's it's the most some of the most complex writing that I've ever I've ever had the pleasure reading in. It's you know you can have a coming of age story or love story or whatever kind of store you want you know in another world and it just it gives you another level to expand your mind and your horizon your imagination. So, what there's another language it to me, it's A. Way for people. To not only Discover you know their creativity, but it's also a way for you discover a little bit more about yourself in match the things that I love about. Octavia. All of her work is that I was able to connect to all of. It might be some of space character while but I still felt like I was able to connect to that character in some way. As, Rashida as a black woman as as someone I almost felt empowered by her stories and for me I think that that was part of the the danger of table for some people that she definitely. Made you think. About the world in a different way, she made women and and people that were. Not accepted or different empowered except. For some reason it's like, okay, that's okay for. A. White male in Percy Jackson to have adhd to then a rise, our that they can. But not for someone that it's it's a frenetic and it may. Not, be you know. that. May feel self conscious of Obama that to have this person or have this character in this book, they'd be like Oh give me hope for something that I feel is a disadvantage or the society has told me is the disadvantage or look at adulthood writes you wrote that back in the eighties early eighties nineties that's the one where One of the lives lilith children or some other trauma abilities they they're born everyone thinks okay. This is the first male I think they're born with no gender. And they actually have to go to this whole a process defined. Their gender. Their sex and it turns out that that character is one of the I WANNA. Say Multi gendered. There's like that their gender that sort of like. To tell the whole story, but like sort of brings man and woman together. finds that they find their place as the sort of. Other the third gender and. That was like decades ahead of like the discussions were having Alice people come out as. Trans or non binary had scare two. Years Years. Ahead of that. The is they're saying, Hey, look I i. don't know where I've I have to figure it out their body goes through a metamorphosis. What they need to be like. To me, she's always been visionary and I think that. I'm glad that people are appreciating her finally now. And I feel like I'm just so lucky now like I literally bought the entire Library of Octavia Butler for myself so like I feel really happy that I can now actually spend some time doing a deep dive like she makes you feel like she's writing for you and your circumstances and where you are I mean for me as someone who is disabled like I read. The parables and I was like Oh that's about me. That's totally out me. I I am that person with hyper empathy like I fall down so easily and you know so on and so forth. But she has this incredible ability to draw people in with her storytelling because she. Really she herself has that gift of hyper at the. And it's it's really incredible to see. Thank you so much both of you for sharing all of your insights about this book about Octavia and her tremendous body of work I really appreciate it and it's so wonderful to talk to both of you. Anytime, glad to see you. Glad to see you too. Thanks for listening. We can be found on the twitter and the instagram at Omnibus Ride, and we'd love a rating and review on itunes or pod chaser. It takes a moment for you, but means so very much to us. Join US next week as we dive into the world of comic books and Superheroes, and we talk with creators making the comics and TV shows and the movies that we love..
"butler" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"Hi I'm Ariel Baske- the host of ride. The Omnibus Omnibus is Latin for just about everything or it can mean a book that covers a work of popular fiction like Sherlock Holmes or wonder woman from A to Z. Now, rather incredibly I have not yet covered books on this podcast but now thirteen episodes in I. Guess it's time to do so and I am so incredibly happy to be able to welcome to friends to talk about kindred written by Octavia Butler who was the first science fiction author to win a macarthur? Genius Grant. She wrote kindred as the story of twentieth century woman going back in time to experience slavery. So it is a first person slavery narrative with that double consciousness of what history has wrought as well as what history is doing. In the present. And It's such a fascinating book I. I really felt that it deserved a proper discussion. Even. If you haven't read it I, hope you will still take a listen to the podcast. I Apologize, there are some audio popping issues in it, but the conversation is important and I hope you will consider. Stick around. and. I'm joined today by my friends Rashida. Public School Educator and Alex Hello a civil servant to discuss kindred a unique novel that was first published in nineteen seventy nine by Octavia is still Butler my first question though for both of you is what age were you when you first read this book and how did it shape your ideas of self and history when you first read it or as you continued to read it Kendra is the first Octavia Butler that that I was in Octavia Butler. That was introduced to end I was introduced to it in college by my college roommate. in it's very interesting I. I've always had a love of science fiction a my mom. She exposed us to allot when we were little sold Star Wars rings are track all of those movies films are. S butlers were. was some of the first we're act felt. seen felt heard I felt a connection that was more than just entertainment. And so that. Set me off on a course to want to do more I tend to become. A little obsessed with authors. When I when I introduced himself, try find a book that I like at all of them. So that's what I did. And In preparation for this podcast. I listened to kindergarten again because it's been probably twenty years since I read that book but leading it for the second time was. Very interesting. Especially in light with what's happening right now, the country with with relations with social injustice it was just a very different than a young eighteen or nineteen year old. College student that was just fascinated with her words an her. In the story and Just. Seeing. Myself connect to a character in a way that hadn't before. For me. So. This was the I think this was the last Octavia Butler looked I read I. Was First introduced to her when I was about fourteen or fifteen The one of my mother's friends my mother's an educator and she had a friend who lights Octavia Butler and I suspect that when she told my mother that I should read Octavia Butler because they knew I liked science fiction she probably meant for me to kindred and instead I read The. First Book, the Genesis series. But I. Actually worked my way offer novels. I didn't get to kindred until I was about thirty. And I think that was in part because when I was a kid, I would go to Barnes and noble or Walden books and. This book is in the Science Fiction section I. Mean I haven't been in a bookstore in a long time but this book usually it was either in the voices section or literary section and I always sort of looked at it like this feeling of suspicion like I'll it's going to be a serious book. It's GonNa be really hard to read or it's going to be boring and so I didn't read it until well after. Octavia Butler pass away and I had had everything else she had written. This up her short stories collection I was just like well I. Guess It's time to finally sit down Kendra in I really enjoyed it so much that. A couple of months back when it got the graphic novel from the library and read that too. But this wasn't, this is my last book of hers that I read. Is Fascinating. Whenever I tell someone to read Octavia Butler always arbed injury. I it's a great book and it's I. Think. It's it's reputation as A. Work of literary. Significance. As well. deserved. I mean that's why I think it was never in the Scifi section but as someone who grew up with like you said, Star Wars Lord of the Rings and reading like say an McCaffrey books or Nao Hopkinson A, it was interesting that I just never i. just always I knew about it because I know a couple times until bookstore nets. Hey I'm looking fraud Samuel Butler and they'd walk me over to lake. The voices in its next to Tony Morrison. Look I know that my mom reach Tony Moore's I. Don't want to read that. So I would go back to the Zyppah section at all your other words are there. So I worked my way to all of those books before I ever got to kindred. But that's a kindred is a great book. So I'm happy to be here to discuss today. And how do you guys like feel about it in this moment like Rasheeda you were talking about how it was so interesting to reread it right now, kind of viewing it through the lens of history and this moment in history versus when you read it twenty years ago. I mean like how how his Ben? reshapes? By your experiences would you say? Well it's very interesting because when you when I first read the book like I said, I was just seeing myself and so I connected so much with Dana and her story and and and I think that's what I remember. The most is like her her character development her story are you know each time? She was back like she was for person and finally you know when she is back in safe. 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"butler" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Your I. the third Butler option first in the pants yeah with him hello ma'am yeah we know who's on your religious bike uses it like either one of the top your list because all these things are to be found that guys like I kind of try to get this guy wouldn't be complete if I didn't have this guy while I mean honestly Boetsch is one of them Ellen and I think we're going to do one with with him but but just because he experienced all three at his entry point for all three will be you know will be be very different but gosh as far as as far as players with you know those those iconic swings I mean you know one thing I think about is because we're right now like focusing exclusively on former players I'm almost thinking about the guys that may be retired in another couple years and get to jump in with that like I mean obviously you know who I would really love to slow a moment down with his Madison Bumgarner yeah if we could just do an hour on game seven against the Royals that would be bananas like I would love to do that can only one rape kit Ryan Terry talking about that whole scenario in twenty twelve and he's such a great interview and he's so he's so glib and he's so intelligent he he'd be phenomenal because I've done a couple different views with him guys and it seems like every time I I'd start passing Terrio about dole giant stuff I learned something to me he's really he's really gets well and if I let me give you one teaser for next week this will come out next Thursday and and since we've already got it I can tell you it's just amazing is is Vogelsong bowl Vogel song is not Donnelly because he's such a great redemption story but he's an amazing storyteller yeah and so that that one is really really good that was really fun I got one for you the errors when you gotta do okay I want Sergio Romo and I wanted to go through the finals at bat yeah thirteen at ages yes by being a game five at Cincinnati where they took the four oh lead on posters grand slam and then Cincinnati kind of hung around and kept yelling back and get come back and we know it was a great against lefties and Bruce was murder against righties and that thing that that seem to last week was eight minutes actually the bad from time to start to finish it seemed like a half an hour just took for Albert you're thinking always gonna pull one out I think I think they're up to and there were two guys on base with two outs and the caddy he had a flying out to left field to work on I think wasn't it knows it is a former former padre former prosecutor Nady yes Sadie I think I think maybe we're left field and that that was an incredible it bad and I would love to hear like twenty minutes on every page what he was thinking of this and that and that that would be super cool you know we should get is not late to us don't you think I mean that that you brought that gave up the day plus with just make sure you let's sense of great China Maldives did after a while hi Dave Dave covers windshield would tell you that yeah yes hello so there's nothing about it that's my absolute bucket list is that late does describe this great giant moments so have a good weekend my frog boys thanks for hanging in there with me you know absolutely you got any time let's think everybody shall we still Chad Millman Marcus Thompson that male co look we have three it's easy I could even do that he even came back to do that that which means I could even do that gentleman another fun week enjoyed and get ready for low rain this week and we can all see this is the perfect time for rain we're not going anywhere anyway we need the rain here in northern California it is sit inside and watch what but I don't know whatever the hell you're gonna watch this weekend I haven't quite figured it out but I'm sure you know what maybe I'll read this weekend do a little reading except that the hands of Israel heavy drinking yeah but no there's no doubt about that I mean that's a given I would definitely be heavy drinking this weekend I plan to put a put away at least two cases of beer this weekend not because I want to tell you have you now I have to I need I need I need space a refrigerator so I need that day to make room in the only way I can do that is taken from the fridge right input in my stomach so we're gonna see if I can see if I can accomplish that hopefully you guys can yeah yes my plan to present my plan.
"butler" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"It's really weird. Well that one night where you heard it bouncing off the shower walls like you're in the locker room, and you could hear that coming out of the shower. You just like I can't I can't believe it. But anyway about the Sixers. So that low as a story today. So this is this is a little bit interesting. So last week we had Ramona Shelburne is back from attorney leave and was on the pod this week. And I thought she was great on the pod. Didn't you Andrew Han? Yeah. I thought he was she was wonderful. So anyway, she story with a terrible. Wow. Should I be? Yeah. Jackie. Okay. So anyway, anyway, she has started with about. A little bit of discord with Jimmy Butler and Zach Lowe has a story today where quotes Brown? Yeah. He quotes bread Brown goes on the record Zak about, you know, listen if you're if you seek players. Commentary in a team meeting. You have to be prepared for the players to say what they feel that. It was no big deal. And basically, the thrust of Zack's story is that it's an imperfect fit between the three stars that they have and they're going to have issues combine them, but it's not something that that is something to worry about and think that they're going to break apart. I think there's differing opinions there even within the team whether whether that's true. And I think obviously Zaka speaking from a standpoint of part of the organization, and I feel like Ramona and woah jar expressing viewpoint of another part of the organization. Jackie. How do you? How do you sort all this out? Yeah. It's it's I feel for Brett the one of the quotes of the year was in this story when I gotta find it here. I should have been more prepared. What he said something about oh, I this is Brett Brown. The coach of the Sixers and he says, I don't enjoy feeling like a waiter. Like, I'm serving each of the food. That is a great quote at times you have to be means touch. Joel needs in touch bend needs to be posted Jimmy needs to play. I mean that is a great quote this story by everyone should read today. And I thought he hit on something in particular that I've been wondering about because I look at Ben Simmons. And I just think he's so talented, but we all know, we all know, he's got you can't stubbornly refuse to shoot a shot outside of ten feet. Like at has to happen. It has to be he's gotta find a way to do that. But one of the statistics in Britain Zach store that really jumped off the page at me because it's something that I had noted when I've been watching them play is this Simmons has run only eleven point seven picking. Roles per one hundred possession this year last year, guys twenty six point two pick and rolls per one hundred possessions. Now, you gotta be kidding me. And Ben Simmons to his credit never says anything. So we hear Jimmy Butler, we huger well puff. And this kid is saying nothing and those numbers. I just read you he has he's the one that had some beef here. Right. And we've already heard you complain about how he wasn't giving. His preferred post touches. And by the way sense like shack. I'm sorry. I didn't mean don't you think Joel is gonna be like a little bit. I love Joel I love shack. But they're both stream of conscious is they're always going to tell you what they're thinking. Happy or sad. And so get used to it. Right. Well, you know, how an a game you see a coach go crazy on the sideline get technical. And sometimes all of a sudden the fifty fifty calls start going their way since Jo well said that his touches are up and he's been dominating. He had another giant game last night. They lost to the wizards. And as a quick aside here, the wizards of changed their lineup in the wake of John wall having season ending surgery. They've made out porter the sixth man and is playing terrific in that role. And even though they're out without Markeith Morris. They've won in Oklahoma City. And then pounded the Sixers at home last night sample size still too small, but Scott, bro. Also back to back with this against the same team..
"butler" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"He did not do a good job. And I would I remember when I went up there during the Jimmy Butler saga. Tim's was getting booed louder than Jimmy Butler was because at the end of the day. Tips wasn't going on the court making place Jimmy was at least some of the time. So. Ramona. He didn't tips into a good job there in that in that role. You have to step back and remember why he was hired in the first place. Right. The timber wolves had two great young stars. And they were looking for a coach to help elevate them to the next level. Have they got to the next level? No. I mean like they have taken the Stefo word of France. I know they made the playoffs and that was a really big deal of Minnesota barrel. Yeah. Barely on the last day of the year. And you know, this is a team that had expectations of advancing not not just to being a team that makes the playoffs, but it contending team. They have to number one draft picks players they've invested heavily in they swing. A big trade for veteran. Like, this was this is what happens you build through the draft. And then you get to that you get one year and to sort of find your footing. And if it doesn't look like things are really clicking. This is what happens. I I was a little surprised by the time the after a win. But sometimes that's when it happens like, it was just you know, maybe somebody had in their head. We're going to give him till New Year's to see. And let's let's see how it looks. Right. I mean, I don't know. I'm just guessing on that. But Glenn Taylor gave him with you to the Star Tribune Minneapolis, which she should because he owns it. And he listed off a couple of disappointing losses that they had. I think he listed off yet more recent losses. I I I know one of them was to Atlanta. And I can't remember the others. They've been terrible on the road. They're five and fifteen on the road. But it seems like his fate was sealed with those. They went through a bad stretch from mid December on it seems like that's when his fate. His fate was sealed than. Kyw reminds me of the great moment when when Mikhail procra- fired every every Bradley.