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Major Start as Koepka Finds His Way to Share of Lead at PGA
"Dented Canadian Corey Conners master the difficult K. what island ocean because with a hunting five under sixty seven to take a two shot lead after the first round of the PGA championship former champions Brooks kept Karen Keegan Bradley among those next at three under and defending champion Colin Varkala joins Phil Mickelson three back at two under Jordan space made a slow start to his ongoing quest to win the only major to us so far eluded him he's six back after a seventy three Rory McElroy and Justin Thomas posted seventy five Dustin Johnson seventy six I'm grandma goes
"conner" Discussed on SciShow Tangents
"Plausible. I feel like if you can get gas out of one end. You can get got. I don't know fish aren't very big. Know the changing one. Seems too hard for a goldfish. Do they seem like they'd be lazy creatures. Yeah remodeling that sounds like a lot of work. They had to call in the property. Brothers they are really good at getting big though. How coys grow to fill the size of their tank in all goldfish do like that. That is a big problem. When people are keeping goldfish is that they don't have a big enough tank. My brother had a koi that got a little comically huge and then we had to donate it to a japanese garden because it was like it cannot be happy not turning around in this tank. Did he go visited after it was there. Yeah we go visit. We could like you could buy a little baggies of food for like fifty cents and then sprinkle them in the garden. So nice. I put i Gold fish in a pond that a neighbor had and an egret eight it. Did he see happen. No i didn't. They informed me. I liked the goldfish. And they're like sorry. That's florida for you. Well as long as they don't get eaten they're good at growing. So i would say biologically. The gills seems plausible. I think gonna goes burping because burping seems easier saw. Yeah i think. I'm gonna go she. I'm gonna go with the burping. I think great. Burping all i'll go gills. I'll stand by my own logic. Okay just in case serious standing by her own logic is that really it. Were you leading them astray intentionally because you one. Oh i don't know. I do have a friend who recently bought a house and discovered that despite. All these like property tours. There was a koi pond in luther yard with four fish living at the bottom that no one mentioned like no not the seller. The house not the Realtor and she was just like they're alive in. They're they survived a michigan winter. Yeah that's what it is wild the they don't take them out of the down our street. Either it's but then. I saw them in like timber or something and i was like those guys are probably too cold but i guess i know they're they're they're apparently fine 'cause they can do winters very effectively. Now klepto thermes is a thing and even has a name where one animal will warm up to another animal and just kind of get the good the good warm vibes from from somebody Beavers don't make good winter neighbors their dams prevent fish from exiting ponds and many fish. End up dying from lack of oxygen that results so after set fish do burp but they do not burp lactic. Acid goldfish. do switch to glycogen stores for anaerobic metabolism. So they do that and it does produce lactic acid but instead of burping out they convert the lactic acid ethanol which diffuses out of their gills. And they do that. Conversion using an enzyme similar to the one found in brewer's yeast. So kinda goldfish can make booze me. Tang do that. Because they also poop in their water So it's not just booze but yeah goldfish and some other. Carp relatives have the ability to remodel their gills to take more oxygen. They do that. By killing off masses of cells called the insurer lamelo or cell mass which can take up space between the oxygen bringing in structures called the lamelo that are on the surface of the gills and that removal exposes more surface allowing more oxygen intake and it would be maladaptive for goldfish to always have that higher service area because they would lose things that they need in their blood like ions but it's useful for adapting to hypoxia conditions or low oxygen conditions because it allows the goldfish to prolong their normal metabolic processes before turning to that limited glycogen store and anaerobic metabolism where they produce all that ethanol to survive. It's pretty cool goldfish. Look at you could fill them. I don't know why we're so good at killing you. If you're so good at surviving and that means that we have our final scores for the episode. Curtis and sam came in at three and seri pulled out the win with four point. Five points and aunts. He went to school for this kind of garbage. For this stupid stuff. You went to school a school of fish. Yeah that's all. I did for four.
"conner" Discussed on SciShow Tangents
"About pathak all the methinks called us yes swoosh is not quite the noise that it makes it a pony. Swish curtis got our first point of the game. Everything in this round will rhyme with pony swish. If squeezed the doctor who is in charge of the pandemic. That would be a commie pinch. Komi know who's coming as the fbi director. That was some other guy. Yeah rams with tony the to the pandemic guys. Who's that new famous doctor that we all know the name of now 'boudzhi squish know. What's his first name. Friend tony tony squish. that's right it's a tony squish. Thank you sorry. Riley gets another point rhyming with tony squish. If you wanted iraq very badly and you ask to genie for it that would be a stony wish. So coming in vast to the east Our final one of this category. If someone fed you odd processed meat slices on a plate that would be a aloni dish and the thing that we were running with anybody know bony fish bony fishes correct so there are many different kinds of fish. We've already talked about some of them. They're lamp raising their hag. Fish their cartilages fish and there are bony fish which are ninety nine percent of the fish and they have jaws and mineralized skeletons and you can very easily make the case that you are among them. It's called osteopathies and we are in among the static. These which we have already talked about. So i don't need to talk anymore about that. And so now. It is time for our second category and final category of rhyme time. And we will start out now. Refresh your brain. None of this will rhyme with bony fish. A way to get to the top of the building. Your high school that has this shiniest. Wooden floors would be a gin ladder jim.
"conner" Discussed on SciShow Tangents
"Fire logs. Have you done this. No but people did because they're like on on islands where there were basically no would rather than a fire with they would just like us. Penguins sounds like an extravagant today. It's awful that super bowl and it was about as that as a fact from one of the very first things that was ever published by me. A magazine was mental floss magazine and the early two thousands. Wow to look it up. So that fact stuck on like all of the other ones that i learn and also all of the other ones that we are about to learn. I'm excited to have our first. Game of sideshow tangents where there are some points on the line and verse. Game is another edition of prime time. This is a very simple game. Or i tell you about something. Something that is two word phrase and then you tell me what that two word phrases and then all of the subsequent descriptions of other things will rhyme with that initial thing. And then you'll get it eventually. Curtis don't worry. Those things will rhyme with a scientific term about fish that i will then tell you about. It won't make any sense and then it will make sense. He'll be really mad at hank. Okay as long as it ends with me being mad so we're going to start out. I hopefully everybody gets this one. But whoever says i is the one that gets the point a small horse that made a basketball shot. That didn't even hit the rim. Pony swoosh potent. That didn't hit the rim pony swish folly swish. Because he knows more.
Prince Philip is laid to rest as somber queen sits alone
"Great Britain's prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh has been laid to rest at the funeral which honored his service to the crown of the country and the queen his wife Elizabeth the second's inside the gothic wins the chapel the service was simple and samba there was no salmon at Phillips request another family you do cheese readings in keeping with royal tradition however the dean of Windsor David Conner highlighted the teats dedication to the country and to his wife have been inspired by his unwavering loyalty to all clean by his service to the nation and the Commonwealth his courage fortitude and face the wooded British monarch setting an example amid the corona virus pandemic settling at the ceremony the entire possession of funeral took place out of public view within the grounds of Windsor Castle but listen live on television Karen Thomas London
The Latest: Matsuyama up by 4 going into Masters final round
"Japan's Hideki Matsui yama has charged to the masters third round leader after a birdie and bogey free seven under sixty five that lifted him to eleven under and a full shot played a late afternoon weather delays soften up the course and Nancy I'm a took full advantage with four birdies and an eagle on the back nine thirty six elevated Justin rose joins Buckley Sherman Xander Schauffele a and a masters rookie wills Alatorre is next at seven under and Corey Conners after holding one of the six is next in line at six under I'm Graham like us
Corey Conners makes hole-in-one at the par-3 sixth in Round 3 of Masters
"Hot front nine, highlighted by a hole in one on the par 36 whole. It's actually the sixth ace on the sixth hole in Masters history. He now sits two strokes back at five under for the tournament, headlining the early golfers. Phil
We Tested the Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment Peel
"I've been testing out the dr dennis. Gross skin-care alpha beta exploiting body treatment peel. So it's fifty eight. Us dollars and seventy six canadian dollars for just eight towelettes so definitely up there. But the price point I was a little surprised at that price. Point so comes in a box of age. But i've noticed that they've just started selling a box of two so the box of two is sixteen. Us dollars and twenty one canadian so if you just want to try it and that's a little bit more reasonable. Okay so what it is. It's an all over body polishing treatment. That visibly improves. The look of ingrown hairs caritas. Polaris dry skin and helps reduce the appearance of body blemishes in on even skin tone so comes in this foil packet. Carlini conner looks like the size of like two credit cards put side by side and textured towel when it's unwrapped it measures eight and a half inches by five and a half inches. Okay the biggest difference between this and the peel for face is there's no like step to quote unquote. You know with the alphabet appeal. You normally do step one. You let it sit on the face. And then you like neutralize the peel. Okay you do not oh interest. Oh that's like a significant difference. So they say you can use this on normal dry combination oily skin and it's really to address uneven texture. Acne bunches dryness. I personally loved this product. And for me i do get a lot of breakouts on my back and i have been getting more. It's so annoying just because my hair is so long right now. Because i haven't had a haircut and a frigging year So i thought that this was amazing to get like the way down your back and those really hard to reach areas. I get a lot of like congestion around like even my bra strap yet and then on the back of my arms and then you can use at around the bikini line so used it around there. I just felt like you got so much. Use out of one towel. And you're you really only have to use that. They say recommended like two times a week. I think you could do it even like once every ten days or so and still see the results.
Texas Legislature Targets Houston's Harris County Judges Over Felony Bonds
"Time the bail reform in Harris County. It is so bad. That even the district attorney, Kim Ogg, under whose watch this is happening? Is in favor of a bill that would reign in these activists, judges issuing low or no bonds to violent criminals. Houston State Senator Joan Huffman introduced SB 21 in response to the growing concern about judges and Magistrates allowing known killers to roam the streets rather than sit in jail. Andy Conners been tracking the numbers through crime stoppers Houston the 103 individuals now charged with murder while they were out on multiple felony bonds. 15 of them are actually back out on bomb, he says. There's often times that the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing Last month, you have a Harris County Sheriff's Department officer that was shot at by a guy who was on three felony bonds, all in bond forfeiture to me, That's the bigger pain. Sure we don't have a clue how many defendants are fugitives on felony part of the problem, he says. His felony court judge is taking it upon themselves to apply the bail reform. Settlement regarding misdemeanors to felony cases. Nick Cranky Bitch. NewsRadio, 7 40
'The Conners' crew member dies on set after 'medical event'
"Time technical crew member of the BC syriza. The Connors died on set after suffering what was called a fatal medical event. The unidentified group member was working Thursday on stage 22 with CBS Studio Center in Studio City when the medical emergency occurred. The exact cause of death was not disclosed. But a statement from Warner Entertainment said he was a much loved member of the Conners and Roseanne families For Over 25 years,
'The Conners' crew member dies after on-set medical event
"30th. Long time crew member for the show Roseanne and its spinoff, the Connors is dead after a fatal medical advance on the set. Warner Entertainment says it happened yesterday. The man's name not released. Spokesperson says he was a much loved member of the show's family. For more than 25 years, TMZ is reporting the crew members medical emergency happened on the CBS sound stage at
Fever-screening devices used in many places are not helping control the pandemic
"At the beginning of the pandemic almost exactly this time. Last year we heard a lot of promises about the types of technology that could help us. Stop the spread of the disease. One of those tech miracles was supposed to be thermal cameras devices. That could read someone's temperature from distance. Companies bought them in droves thinking that installing them at the entrances of schools. Airports are offices could stop sick people from but do they work. And did they ever conner. Healy is the government director at the vm. A video surveillance research firm. He recently co authored. A study on fever scanning devices and said many have one large flaw while we found that they're accurate but not just that they're accurate that they're accurate in particular way to fever. Cameras are taking a reading of a person surface temperature each time you get scanned. But they're adjusting that reading before it gets shown to the user is evaluating whether or not that person should enter facility and if the readings quite low they'll adjusted up the readings high village down The upshot is that this results in reducing temperatures should be reported as fevers to normal range reporting them as normal. I mean you're saying it really nicely. It sounds like what you're saying. Is these do nothing. And there's no point in using them. I like i can't imagine how that would ever produce an effect that would keep people safe if what you were trying to do is keep people with fevers out of building. Yeah well well. I can't imagine how keep people safe either. But it's more than the fact that they're just not detecting fevers. They're actually actively telling people that they're temperatures are normal. What's your understanding of why that software exists in the readings are getting revised or they like compensating for low quality centers. In my opinion they are making up for poor performance. As you suggested you know. In many cases they're using lower resolution sensors and that's part of it but just sort of comprehensively when you look at the design manufacturing implementation and marketing devices. There are so many pieces that get in the way of doing accurate temperature screening with a thermal camera and this compensating algorithm creates an appearance of normal function and nobody investigates normal temperature or considers it odd that somebody's temperature would be normal when it's reported by one of these devices and so if they're either poorly manufactured or or not used in a way that's consistent with how they should be used. In order to take accurate readings the compensating algorithm. Might make up for that and make everything seem like. It's working just fine. What do the company say for example seems like at least one of them told you it was you know to make up for a factor like people coming into a building from the hot sun. Yeah some companies. Use that justification. I mean the the thing is that if somebody's coming in after being in the hot sun what the fda says and what the ice says which is an international group of scientists convened came up with guidelines for human temperature screening with her. And we'll cameras. What they say is that people should widen side for fifteen minutes at room temperature before being screened for exactly that reason. That coming in from hot. And bahrain man or cold environment will affect the reading that you have so the correct solution to that is not to simply adjust the readings. So that they're more normal. You also noted that some of the companies selling these scanners only got into business in the past year. Likely because of covid. Is that a cause for concern. Yeah absolutely was quite typical is that they are actually not manufacturing them. They're they're buying them from someone else and relabeling them. That is a big concern. Many of these smaller companies would not and have not been able to answer questions about why their devices might even have a compensating algorithm because they will not no. I mean when there's something like this there's always a rush to sort security theater. And i wonder if over the past year. Have you seen any use of this technology. That's actually been successful that we know of in helping slow the spread of covid in general. No i can't think of an example to give you. I'm sure that there are set ups out there You know. I'm sure that there are many. That are done correctly. And that are potentially accurate enough for him screening but they would be. It would be quite rare. Should there be some rules like if these are being touted as medical devices or medical grade devices that can keep people safe going back to work or school. Should there be more stringent requirements. So there are rules and those rules were essentially waived. The fda said going to object to a new devices coming onto the market. We don't want the supply it's being almost a year since they said that There is plenty of supply now and the rule should be put back into place are there. Fda approved scanners that work. There is there. There are ones that that work in the sense that they don't have a compensating algorithm. Mendel the work. If you use them correctly so yes and
Which Conor McGregor Will Show Up at UFC 257?
"Aerial. Thank you so much for joining me man. It's good to have you back my old friend pablo. It's good to hear from you. You don't call as much. But i do get very excited when you do reach out. Aerial halawani has covered mixed martial arts for fifteen years and he hosts the dc in hawaii. Podcast for espn. I don't call you much. But i call when it's important and it's an important time in your life right now in the life of conor mcgregor right now. You just spoke him in a big sit down four. Espn ahead of this. Weekend's big fight against us poor area so how would you describe how. Connor is feeling mentally right now. So that's a great question. Because i've been covering connor since two thousand thirteen since right before his have debut in. I've obviously seen all the extreme highs and lows of his career. Of course it's been a roller coaster especially the last few years when he became this This megastar this time around. Had you asked me which connor would be in front of me. When i spoke to him would it be the zen like connor. Would it be the trash talking. Connor the jovial connor. You know all the different iterations. I would've said it would have been the urinated conor mcgregor upset conor mcgregor the conor mcgregor. Who had big plans in two thousand twenty to fight. At least three times to fight manny pacquiao right. Reclaim his spot. As the man the king in may but none of that happen instead. What got pablo was actually got a very relaxed conor mcgregor accountable gregory who is like slouched in his chair. I've never seen him sit like this before he was wearing a new custom suit but he's wearing slippers as well sort of like all of us working at home these days as always already all we focus on the positive side. I was ready to continue and it didn't go that way. It is what it is. I still have that inside me now. I'm still ready to go of kept. Preparations are back. And i'm very happy to be back. Twenty twenty one. We're going to replicate this again. I'm starting the year force. Pay per view of the year and a very excited about that. He was very chill. He was very calm cool collected. I don't know if i've ever seen him that. Calm before fight. So i was pleasantly surprised to see that i wanna get into how he may have arrived at that mentality because it's been a year aerial since mcgregor last fought. That fight lasted forty seconds. It ended with mcgregor knocking out. Donald sironi so can you take us back to the aftermath of those forty seconds. What was the expectation for. What would come next for conor mcgregor so going into that fight. Everyone who's like izzy back. Is he still good. Can he stay out of trouble all this stuff and then he comes in there and completely. You know rex ceremony. What about its many style. Vegas is on fire. He gets on the microphone from town. He's calling everyone out. King is back. I mean it's just an electric seen. Only he can bring to the fight. Game had opportunity to go in his locker room afterwards and interview him. And i would describe him in that moment as happy excited actually even a little emotional as well i. I saw him get a little emotional but not satisfied. He wanted to fight february. He in his mind needed to make up for lost time because he didn't fight in twenty nine thousand nine. He spent more time in legal trouble than actually fighting twenty eighteen. The one fight against habib twenty seventeen. The floyd fight so he wanted to make up for lost time. He was pushing to fight the following month. And if not he wanted to fight in march and then of course in march everything changed and what was so interesting about what happened in march was instead of being upset. The press annoyed pissed off like the rest of us that are plans are big. Plans are big twenty. Twenty plans had been derailed. Connor almost took it upon himself to act like a politician. What does that mean. So like conner had a very close relationship with the irish people and they loved him right they had this amazing support towards him and dislike this unwavering loyalty towards him and in two thousand nineteen. They kind of turned on him. And you know you can make a strong case that they were in the they were in the right to do a lot of things to really upset them. Most notably punching that that old man in the bar that was caught on camera and so in march when the country is down in its lockdown. And everyone's depressed. He's doing these presidential videos. Truly down must began and it must begin now. The literally you go online. And he's standing there like president politicians what they should be doing. We must our airports. We must all non-essential business. We must cook all non essential travel. I wanted to call upon my people that were eight people of ireland. This fight needs us all and he started leading by example and he started filming his home workouts and he started donating millions of dollars in personal protective equipment and visiting children's hospitals like say what you about connor and twenty nineteen in two thousand eighteen. He really was on his best behavior in the early portion of the pandemic and really took it upon himself to be this sort of a beacon of light if you will or this positive role model for these people and and i think that he stepped up a lot of people didn't expect that out of him and i think it was sincere was genuine but you know to try to give back to community.
Bill Barnwell on NFL Week 14
"To one bill barnwell. We just watched the now. Ten and three bills beat the now eleven two steelers twenty six to fifteen and i am not certain of many things in this world anymore. But i am pretty certain. They're going to be a lot of babies named josh or in buffalo alone that people in buffalo are named. Ej drew rob tyron. We're all going to have to change their name to josh. Over the next few months bill barnwell host the bill barnwell show podcast. And you can find his indispensable. Nfl column on espn plus every monday. He's also never broken a table that we know of. They'll help me understand this. How did the buffalo bills turned things around after such a slow. Start on offense tonight. This was interesting because the slowest kinda out to these sort of exact start you would want right. I mean josh. Allen was struggling the steelers pass rush was in his face early and often does allen. Started this game seven of sixteen for thirty nine yards with an interception and a fumble alan of the gun. He's back late rush. Throws it down the left side line and it's intercepted that is a great offense was struggling on the side of the ball. It's fair to say but look like the steelers were josh allens head and maybe last year that would have been it. Josh allen never would have recovered this year is different. Josh allen is different and he has a weapon nobody can cover and the combination of allen and stefan digs took advantage of some rare mistakes and misplace. From the pittsburgh steelers allen's a hot stretch started really with the steelers tried to tackle digs on a third in three without hands which is hard. Alan took that playoff field for twenty three yards. And then he got going digs had two catches on plays. Were still defensive. Backs just fell down including a touchdown and now made one great throw against to coverage for a touchdown. Pass to gabriel davis. Cox's arm fires into the renzo caught buffalo touchdown bills. Gabriel davis caught a thirteen yard strike. And a second throw on the run of long pass interference penalty to dos knox. It seemed like the steelers might have figured out the third year quarterback but by the second half it was pretty clear things where the other way around so looking at the steelers now bill. I am curious what exactly has been solved with them because this is a team that went from undefeated not so long ago to losing two in a row now to washington and buffalo so based on what. You've seen these last two weeks. How worried should pittsburgh actually big. There's reasons for legitimate concern here. I mean the defense will the problem at the end of the day they all. The bills scored nineteen points. So i'm not stressed about the defense on the whole he's had some injuries that's going to be a legitimate concern but this is still a very good defense and they are prohibitive favorites still to win the afc north. But i think even before the last two games last two losses there were concerns about this offense. The steelers came into this game ranked thirtieth in rushing offense. Dvr a football outsiders efficiency statistic but roethlisberger was twenty ninth in the league in completion percentage on de passing becoming very erratic deep passer and the stairs basically happened left with an offense but almost exclusively consists of short passes trying to the ball. Out of rothlisberger hands quickly. That's help keep him healthy. Which is great but that offense has one explosive game. Since the start in november and sunday night was not the second we saw the offense struggle in the exact same ways even though they got james conner. They're starting running back back in the lineup. They lost multiple starting offensive linemen to run the seventeen times for forty seven yards. And we're at. The speaker tried to throw deep. He was one of five for nineteen yards with a touchdown and pick now. It's possible the steelers are tired after basically going fourteen weeks without a real by they've had their to buy weeks of course basically taken away due to covert concerns. Remember the one saving grace all year for the steelers. That's they were going. Undefeated was the possibility of getting that week off asks the number one seed in the afc. Now they fall fallen behind the chiefs with bosses in their past two games. The upshot only gives steelers in eight percent. Chance of coming away with the number one seed in the conference talked about last week. That's the only way to get a buy in the playoffs. At this point the stakes happened raised for the steelers. I'm not sure whether they're up to the challenge and it feels like it is only clear that the measuring stick against which all contenders are evaluated has to be kansas city and the chiefs spill. They seem to find themselves in some amount of danger on sunday. Only to escape narrowly against the dolphins and their young quarterback to and tug of lois. Oh after watching. Patrick mahomes ultimately win this game. Thirty three to twenty seven. How did miami put this biggest scare into the now twelve in one chiefs so i will. They did something that nobody has been able to do to the chiefs all season. That's forced takeaways. Patrick mahomes hasn't made any spectacular plays. Maybe this year. Has he did during that. Mvp season his first. Starting your twenty eighteen. But they've been really effective at avoiding. Take ways they haven't had one takeaway in any one given game until the dolphins game against the dolphins homes through to early interceptions to help the dolphins get out to attend. Nothing lead back to throw my extra fake look and dumped it down. Intercepted ball picked second interception up the day of patrick mahomes and while the chiefs runoff thirty consecutive points to go ahead. The dolphins strip mccall hardin inside the red zone to stop possession the second half and then saving howard picked off mahomes in the end zone for kansas city's fourth turnover of the game. Now i don't know if that's a sustainable formula for opposing team's doing from one turnover as a maximum to four. But they were able to get back into the game and the chiefs a genuine battle by forcing those takeaways from an offense. That just hasn't done that. Really aussies
"conner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Thirty this week only for thirty percent off. Give them a try. I love them they are. I'm so glad that there's something out there that will make it so that it's not like someone smash my head against the dark rocks karma the next day after enjoying some holiday drinks. Thank you h detox. That last piece is really interesting to me. And you know when it these are not exactly what. You call shattering epiphanies that i had living in california realizing that. Yeah i i know exactly what you're saying like i can be fine. Aaron can be fined. The baby can be fine. Our little compound the little square that we are living in can be fine. A kind of says. But it's not that's as soon as the homeless encampment. You know a few blocks down the street catches on fire like did you know what i mean like. We're not finding work is now black weird black rolling ten smoke as a kind of reminder like hey look look well. I'm glad y'all are doing okay. Here's a burning. Tent was also had in the world that just got ignited by like a co whatever they were trying to cook. And so that's to me really smart because it's what you're talking about smart in the sense that it's an invitation to redefine what health means i struggle with this all the time you know with privilege and all that you know like could find doing great. Am i really doing great. Like you know the other day there's a stupid game. I'm addicted to called hearth stone and i'm just addicted. It's a dopamine melker. It's like just stay. They figured out how to just milk. Sweet utters up in your brain squeeze out a basic numb down hypnotic pleasure and it's really really refined but i'm like i'm i paid like twenty bucks to buy these cards and i'm sitting here thinking. I just watched on tv. The dallas traffic of people in line to get food. You know what i mean like. I've never been able to have never been able to get those things to square up. You know i've never been able to do anything more than acknowledged the weird sense of like this doesn't feel quite right and then also like myself till like enjoy the world because i have never resolved the issue. Is that what you're talking about like holistically. It's hard to say. Were doing great when clearly. Many many many people are not doing great right now. Is that what you mean. Yes that's part of it. yeah. I mean that's definitely a version of it that i think the last one the most important versions so we are moving towards whether we like it or not A sense in a different version of being human in which we sense the suffering and feeling of others And it would be good if we prepared ourselves for that because that's coming whether we wanted him on now again. There's an ex. There's a an expert version of it where it's just like oh Look at all the cases around the world and all the people getting sick. And maybe i shouldn't leave the house today because of what humanity's going through so we see like a version but more than that you know i've gotten a couple of not no. They weren't like fights or arguments but they were like interesting conversations with points of tension on my show with mona to hallway. And michael hart and dean spade. I was talking to them about you. Know there's this whole thing and it was sort of intensified a bit pie the metoo movement which has done some good things and i think has done some horrible things but those intensified with this idea that like my own my body. Nobody touches my body but me. It's my property. I own my body. And when i started thinking about that more deeply thought okay. Well fair enough. Let's not get rid of the part where someone just gets to throw you to the ground rape your punches space or whatever but however like can we talk about this in a way. That doesn't deepen our commitment to materialistic. Private property laws Which is where that comes from. And why because we're moving towards a place where you look at the person who's had their tent burn and you look upon them and you say that is my body too. That's my body to and you actually won't be able to avoid the suffering of feeling so it's you can't block it out anymore. The with no spiritual preparation for that. You can understand how fucked we are right. Yes point one. Where are you suggesting that there's going to be some kind of Amplified compassion and humanity. That's coming like some evolutionary outgrowth or something like how what what is how. How is that going to happen. What what do you mean. What's the we'll shifts ship shifts in consciousness happen whether we like them or not right. What what people will probably reach for as a stopgap unfortunately is a sort of borg like connected algorithm version that keeps us all separate and drives us deeper just into being discreetly individuals in our bodies in ways that make us feel connected but arm like that's why we'll reach for all sorts Computerized things that are looming on the horizon. And we need to be careful. But that's just gonna stay. That's just gonna temporarily staved off the thing that's coming. Which is yes this connectivity right now the thing that protects us protects you from feeling the guy who's tenth burn Is that you have a body. And you have a certain concept of your body and that it's like a you know. Body being embodied is how spiritual development happens right now because the vast diffuse crazy interlocking interwoven always active dynamic spiritual world enters into a limited address. Where certain things happen. If if it didn't it would be to sue to diffuse but it enters into this limited address. Which is your body in the same way that a sacred stone can allow god to inherent that people will go so when that's when that changes there's going to be a psychic shock to everybody involved if they haven't done enough work to be able to handle the suffering of the entire world Yes so and that will bring its own challenges. It's not like we're so that's why. I'm saying it may not just be that we all have radical compassion for each other like in fact. It might be that there's actually intense worldwide enacted suffering. That only people who have done certain kinds of work are able to deal. I think the the weird reaction that people had to the trans community not like kind of coming out of the underground. I think it's an indication of like how upsetting this shift. You're talking about is gonna be. I mean i that's kind of you know it's like man. People just can't handle the fact that humans are taking that level of control over their external identity. That already is driving people nuts. But wow that's nothing right like that's what you're saying is like yeah. It's not just at.
"conner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Whether it's about vaccines or mass or conspiracies or just that conspiracies are lies or That the trump government is doing this or this or this or this and the truth is what's happening is they're it and presenting something with certainty but was a we can't. We can't rely on knowledge anymore. That's part of what's happening that We should beware of this obfuscating sense of certainty like actually certainties. Not bringing clarity at all and part of that is because knowledge. Can't guide us through this actually taking an interest in each other connectivity. That's the thing that brings us through a a thinking and feeling in action response to each other that is loving and that's completely different and also analyzing and looking at our desires what we want and what we're afraid of so that's the second thing there's one more thing and then we can go into each of these there. The other thing is that there's a complete confrontation with and reimagining of health. The body medicine and illness. That's happening right now and We we can see a combination of that in a lot of things that have been happening over the past few years. So this isn't new to this moment. But it's unfolding so battles over gmo's and agriculture revisions of how what kinds of foods we should eat. What's healthy for us. What's not healthy for us. the idea that people are not necessarily the biological sex that they're born into but rather that there is a choice here Or or at least a choice to change the the physicality of that. If if you wouldn't mark the actual feeling is a choice There are ideas about How vaccines work. If they're effective if they're gonna harm people there are all these. There's a there's attempt to ban homeopathy in the us. That's going on right now that most people don't know about Did you hear about what just happened in israel now. What they for the first time they saw you know. The aging process is science. Sees it is something to do with an forgive my mispronunciation something called telomeres. Which to these these things as you get older they get kind of run down and so they just did a study in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber where they extended the telomeres of people. Through this therapy they were doing by twenty percent which was the equivalent of putting them like reversing their age by twenty years in in so that just happened and also. There's all of this talk about these particular vaccines being like sort of new. The way that we're they're not why they're not that vaccine itself is using like new technology and that it points to the possibility of incoming cancer treatments and so yeah we. It's not really a vaccine in the standard sense at all. Yeah the are in a vaccine is not yet how it's like what producing antibodies. Or what's it like. It's while it's it's just sort of break it down and really simplistic version like when you take a regular vaccine and it would be good for people know this. I think how wherever they wanna land iron at is good for people to know when you take a regular vaccine you get a piece of Or like yeah. Basically a piece of the virus right informs a proteins and then you. It's an it's introduced your body and then you produced. Antibodies against it It with this with an marin a vaccine it does something different. It introduces a front to your cells to produce those proteins and then produce the antibodies against them. So there's no long term studies of these and what their effects are so. That's something that's important to think through. I think Wherever you might wanna land on them. I'm getting both vaccines totally. I think i think so that you know i am glad you brought up the the aging thing because there's also the fda has been quietly trying to shut down compounding pharmacies and regulate you late Hormones and what kind of hormones that you can get. So they're all these things that are happening right now when i think n. Refunding out that you can store memory and water instead of material into sort of like you know like other solids. So i didn't know that Yeah that's how homeopathy kind of worse. So we have this whole reorganization of how we approach bodies. Illness anatomy all that kind of stuff. And this to me is a really unpack apparent unraveling of a lot of those concepts of. It's all happening at once. It's culminating now and so we won't actually known for a while how this plays out But we will see it. Play out and the interesting thing is we're so used to doing medicine in such a physical materialistic way that we won't even and thinking of our bodies and health and illness and physical materialistic way that we won't actually even know how to identify when we're sick and when we're healthy anymore and i think that we can see that right and what do you mean by that Well like if but let's let's take it this way if you are a sort of a bounded individual in a materialistic sense the way that everybody thinks of individuals now on the kind of culture that we live. And you're just walking around and you think you're healthy and you you've got no signs of illness or whatever but you are embedded in systems that are completely unhealthy agricultural down some medical systems Social systems relationships with other people. And you're actually making other people sick as a result by supporting this system. That's much different than being somebody. That has a a regard for all their layers of health. Let's say you know. And the kind of terms. We use now mental emotional physical spiritual but we could also say ego astral theoretic mineral if we wanna use the cult body and then also the ways that those we've into the spiritual social organism that everybody else's embedded in so. See those kinds of things when we start sensing health in that way. We might not even know for sick or healthy. You can also see this now just on a materialistic with people being like. Oh the case. Numbers of corona virus are going up but does that mean people are sick or does that mean that they're healthy. Does that mean that they're dying. Does that mean that there is very confusing and the messaging is confusing and that's just a surface Like a metaphor almost an expression of the deeper thing. That's going on with this reconfiguring. So those are the three things that i think are going spiritual proximity sir. The office getting bean of certainty and the reevaluation of The individual health an illness and anatomy..
"conner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Of matter and send rays of divine data. Today's guest counter habib connor. Welcome back to the h. My friend. I i i. I've been trying to visualize where you live. And i wonder if you could describe it to us so that we can fully understand your reality. Okay so i live in dublin. it's It's very calm here and quiet here I mean sometimes dublin can be a really loudly boozy city. But it's been calm all year. And i've been appreciating the quietude of that I live on the end of a dead end street. And you know ireland. Everybody's pretty friendly to each other. They're pretty neighborly We do have are sort of weird problems. But it's like it's it's warm here. You know like places. Like i have a fireplace in my house now and it just feels. Cozy gets dark at in the winter. So we're recording this in mid november so it gets dark lake around four o'clock which nobody tells you like fucking iceland and they just don't know that before you move here that i'll tell you that and so that's really disorienting. Mikula sleep besides that. It's pretty calm existence. I read and i write and do spiritual work and i do my show and that's pretty much it. I mean that's you know that's that's what my life was before everything started going crazy. So what's it like watching the united states from another country. Well i mean. I got to say i'm not surprised. Yes about the turmoil. Yeah you remember the last time we recorded together which was a year ago now almost exactly a year ago and i done to shows right around that time. I did your show. And i did my friend. Gordon's chevron soup and both those who were talking about. Well what's the challenge. Let's face the world right now. And i said on your show what actually is happening is that they're all these events that are coming through really intense but the real problem is that people can't see like what's really happening can't see beyond them can't talk about anything but them so it's actually the area anxiety and feeling an obfuscating force around the events that's causing the greater problem right and and then on the other show. I said you know this is the most michaella year. Meaning we're going to have to referencing the archangel michael. We're going to have to bring things from out of ourselves that the world usually gives to us so in both cases like i'm not i'm not psychic in the sense that i can see things or have visions or whatever but i often will kind of know what's happening and it just takes away sort of surveying the world and so when i obviously that was in i think what december and then the other show was in january so i didn't know that you know all this shit was going down but one started showing up. I knew that like oh well this is just. This is just what i thought was going to happen. Which is an intensification of problems that you know intensify the sense of problem and not being able to actually see into the heart of it which is the real problem is the not being able and also we're going to need to bring things from out of ourselves that have usually been handed to us by the world and so for me. It's not so crazy. And i see it happening everywhere in different ways so yeah and the. Us is happening. One way and ireland is happening. Another way and italy has happened in another way and china's happened another way so on and so forth. So i yeah i it's it seems razi in a way but not not so much actually in other ways like okay. Yeah this is what was meant to happen what was supposed to happen. This is the time line that were in and we have to cope with it and of course that brings a lot of suffering for a lot of people including people i know who have died or you know whatever but it's But that's not. That's not avoidable. Right yeah it. Yeah it is happening every i guess that's kind of the one of the many ways that you can trick yourself right now is you can think. Oh it's only happening in my particular locality you know. It's it's only happening in my city year. It's only happening in my country. When it's yes seems to be a global phenomenon that the pandemic though right remember before the pandemic there was like global uprisings that were happening and this pandemic seemed to have tried to stop them. But it didn't work. People kept doing it but from your perspective what i mean. How would you analyze this like what what. What's the what is the thing. What's the deeper truth behind the pandemic. What what you know. What i mean like the pandemic's like the ripple of something deep swimming under the water. So what's that thing. Yeah yeah. I mean it's hard to it's hard to see the global crisis and the election and all that kind of stuff as expressed like surface expressions because they seem like they go so deep. But in fact you're right to say there are surface expressions There are a few things happening. One is there's a different kind of proximity to the spiritual world now which is driving people. Crazy you know. I was talking to this guy. I don't know if this episode will be out before the one that i recorded with this paranormal investigator john any but he was bringing up. You know about a hundred years ago. This book called the great. God pan came out and in that this woman has this thing that affects her eyes and she can see the spiritual world and she goes crazy and then about one hundred years later. Somebody made this movie bird box where people you know blindfolded themselves to not see spiritual beings so they won't go crazy and now we're in a pandemic and People are looking into it and going nuts. Why area when they look upon it. So i mean obviously we can say that that patterns arbitrary or like my my friend doug rothkopf cop says that could be rectal. Neue you're coming up with a pattern. That's not there. I would say just because you're fractional. Does it mean that they're not after maybe so so it could be both arbitrary entry hat and so the so the so. That's one thing is just the proximity of the spiritual world in a different way and different spiritual beings and we can talk about that if you want would love then a bit but then Another thing and i would and this is the caution everybody to look into is that there is An assertion of certainty about what's happening. Yes and i've been noticing it. Everybody people who i respect and love and usually get things. Right are asserting with absolute certainty. What is going on..
China closing the "cyber gap" with USA
"Work. This is a write up of research that came out of Harvard's Belfer Center looking really at which countries have their cyber together right and the you know the old understanding that the US is number one and then China is a distant second well, not so distant anymore by the looks of things. Yeah. Always the eater pulling together information about what the capabilities, all of nation actors. Are is pretty difficult thing because it's Sarah kind of secret and they went through the research into this process of identifying you know what are the metrics by which we can judge maturity of these programs in individual countries how effective that capability, what kind of things they do any and built a bunch of Matrix to try and actually put some structure around us and then be able to use open source information and other. Stuff access to to be able to put things together on right at end? Yeah. It's quite an interesting set of work in USA does come out number one still in their assessment, but you know the gap between the US and China is very, very small possible. So there's a bunch of other actors on the that you know. Maybe people don't necessarily think about Switzerland for example, is in the top team his Damn Suedes? Yeah. It was a bunch of bunch of people you wouldn't necessarily expect. But also you know looks at the you know the maturity of the commercial sector of the Swiss. CRYPTO. I mean, that's that's something to point out to right like these rankings dissed not just on offensive capability. It looks offense defense industry the whole the whole Cyber Shebang. Yeah and of course, it makes sense just looking at trying to of capabilities in terms of domestic. Commercial Operations Right I mean, they've got such a lot of expertise manufacturing hardware building software. You know lots of high tech industry make sense there feeds into a general overall capability as well. But yeah, you know the the so much. Just GonNa Finger in the air staff and it's nice to see you know in the analysis that we know. So it's not see air research is trying to take a structured approach and. The data conner looks it kind of looks like what you expect. You know when they when they go. Yeah. That seems believable which is always a good sniff test you know. Wonkery can sometimes be a bit kind of an water. Where's this actually looks pretty in line with EC Singapore. UC. Vietnam North Koreans Kinda lines up. Yeah. It does and I don't know what this means for our old concepts around symmetry when you really looking at the most powerful countries still being the most powerful in this ranking right? Like wasn't this supposed to be all about symmetry is Iran's program evidence of the CYB. Is, being isometric I dunno anymore. Well, yeah. I mean, know the world's changed it's a little. It's a much more complicated than new onset of things I'm speaking reminiscing these capabilities exercised in a more you know the you know hellenistic geopolitical way not just you know we're using hacking in isolation I was seeing these things done to further national goals and in the context of. The trade stuff, for example, but between China and the US as chess pieces in logic aims which is. You know that changes the traditional kind of take Nicole asymmetry to you know much more balanced
The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later
"Hello I'm Deborah Roberts those images from today an echo of something fifty seven years ago when a quarter of a million people I descended on the nation's capital protesting for jobs and freedom. On today's anniversary of Dr Martin Luther. King Junior's I have a dream speech we at twenty twenty or proud to present the march a documentary directed by Jonah Comfort and narrated by Denzel Washington originally made in twenty thirteen to commemorate the Marches Fiftieth Anniversary. Some of those voices sadly are now gone, but their legacy lives on. I have had to tell my children about the segregates what it means. Seven year old daughter she wanted to go from town. And we found it necessary to explain to That she couldn't go to fun town because she was colored. To attempt to explain a system like unjust and. Segregation. Six year old child is very difficult thing. In nineteen sixty three. The Movement for civil rights came to the most segregated city in the American. South. Birmingham Alabama. All. Resistant to the gration. Thoroughly, segregated. City the United States. had. More on saw on. WILL HOMES ENSURE A. United. States. Many other southern city. Okay. Birmingham is bombing him. They have quarries and conducting the quarry business you used dynamite. So there are a lot of local people who are expert in Isa Dynamic. Teenage. Board riding a bicycle had been knocked off the bike and castrated. Young couple had gone to the City Hall to get a wedding license. Came around the corner. And Brush shoulders with Birmingham policeman and he pulled out his pistol and pistol whipped the more to the ground. It was a horrible heinous place. The campaign was to be led by the organisation's Ben Thirty four year old leader. The Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior. WHO HEARD PEOPLE? who except in dusted oppression and second-class citizenship. in an attempt waiting go the Paul Pompidou. The time all we ripe to do right. Dr King was the voice of Civil Rights from the bus boycott on but by the end of nineteen, sixty, two, he recognized. That the civil rights movement. was. Losing what he called its window and history. The. South was still segregated and he said we need to take more of a risk. We need to go for broke I need to go for broke. I think he felt that. We have to be willing to give our lives to put an end to segregation. If we do. Then segregation will end even if we die. That was the reason he chose. Birmingham. For the victory won some even have to face physical death. We must come to see the now some things. So eternally true that they're worth dying for, and if a man has not discovered something that he will die for he fit live. In January of Nineteen, sixty three. One man was determined to stop kings desegregation message from spreading any further. Birmingham's police chief Eugene. Bull Connor. Negro is off the attempted takeover of our country the lazy. The beat nate, the ignorant and buy some misguided religious and bleeding ought. Do, you think you can keep coming in the present situation of segregation I may not be able to do it, but I'll die trying. Overcoming Bull Connor segregationists zeal not to mention his jails would take something special. And in the winter of sixty, three king would find out just how special that effort needed to be. Spent all of January February and March nineteen sixty three training people to accept nonviolence to go down into marches and be willing to go into bull connor's jails. But. Conner's jails were so fearsome that no matter how much they exhorted people no matter how many freedom songs they sang, how many prayers they prayed, how much fervor there was in the meetings, people wouldn't show up to risk going into those jails.
Scott Peterson death penalty overturned by California Supreme Court
"Scott Peterson, convicted of killing his pregnant wife, Lacey and unborn son, Conner in 2002 just had his death penalty punishment overturned by the California Supreme Court. His guilty verdict stands and the court will allow a new trial for the death penalty
How Gene Therapy Helped Conner Run
"Mattie. SAFAI NPR science correspondent. John Hamilton Hi John Hi Mary so John, where would you like to begin I? Think we should start with the scientist. Okay. Let's do it. Okay. So obviously many many scientists have worked to understand this disorder. But today we're gonNA focus on Jude Samal ski back in Nineteen eighty-four and I'll ski was still a graduate student at the University of Florida and he was part of this team that cloned a virus called A V. and those are group of viruses that can infect people but they don't cause diseases. Yeah. I remember I learning about this in Grad School John that discovery was a big deal because basically we can turn these viruses in tools and and that's because viruses on their own are pros at getting into ourselves and getting up close and personal with our DNA, which is exactly where you need to get to treat a lot of genetic disorders at. Their source exactly, and he was one of the scientists who figure that out. So as you these viruses have just revolutionized gene therapy right and after some Oh ski and his team Clone Davie, they wanted to try to use the virus to treat descend muscular dystrophy. That's the genetic disorder you were talking about earlier. Got It. So a lot of these therapies work by kind of targeting gene or genes that are the root of a disorder. So what's The deal with to Sheng muscular dystrophy John Kids who have Sharon. Lack a functional version of gene called D. M. D., and this gene makes a protein called destroyed often that helps muscles stay healthy. Got It. Okay. The idea is if the problem is that someone lack a working gene, you could just give them a working copy of that gene and what's the most wanted to do was packed some of the genetic code from a disrobing gene inside. Right and then once the virus got into the body, it would infect muscle cells, and then that faulty code is replaced with a functional version. Right? smokey says a Aviv, this harmless virus would work. Station service it's a molecular Fedex truck. Carries a genetic payload and it's delivering to its target right but it turns out bring a gene is a little bit harder. Then delivering a package and destroyed gene is especially challenging. One reason is it's is the a the virus are Fedex truck is incredibly tiny even among viruses. It's so small. You need an electron microscope just to see it, and then you have the destroyed gene, which is huge. It's the largest known human gene it contains about five. Hundred Times more genetic code than a so fitting that specific gene into that specific virus would be like trying to get a football stadium into a fedex truck something like that. Yeah, and most he has some other challenges to One is that do sheng affects billions of muscle cells all over the body. So this a delivery truck would have to be programmed to find all of these cells recognize them, and then infect them with this new genetic code. Yeah and some spent fifteen years tackling these challenges he was going along you is making progress he said, but it was coming one small step at a time. This is very challenging. It was mount ever said the gene therapy community in each one of these steps was setting up base camp, but then in nineteen, ninety, nine so mulcahy's work for that matter all gene therapy research pretty much came to a stop. The reason was that a teenager named Jesse. Gelsinger had died in the gene therapy experiment, right? I. Mean I. Remember Learning about that in graduate school in genetics. It was horrible. It was really sad the experiment he was part of had nothing to do with muscular dystrophy or the virus nothing to do with some all skis work, but it didn't matter right gene therapy trials were postponed or abandoned investors disappeared and so did research funding it stopped everything everyone got supercautious everyone except the muscular dystrophy association. The Jerry Lewis Telethon people they continue to push for the advancement of gene
"conner" Discussed on ACE Podcasts
"Or should I start with I? Don't know. What about when we went to the laser tag? Own, yeah. In I mean that's pretty good. I. I can't remember who did the bunny honestly. No conor did the worst in up to my birthday obviously did the best. Right Jack Continue. I mean. Didn't we you? got a great time or something and yet we. Then I. Remember we. Are. A football game I. Know that the football on the. What about what about when we got my grandma's house? Okay. Oh. So I'm walking out into the backyard. And then on Noah hundred now. Inside. But Ezra popped up on the. and. Iraq something. So. Yeah. That was. Hey. Connery their. jacker there. I'm still okay Sorry everyone technical difficulties. Hey, he's joining. Zarni. Talk. About. Korean. Segment. Nothing else really except a fun night. Okay. Okay. Okay guys. Bye. Thank you for listening..
"conner" Discussed on ACE Podcasts
"Hello. Hey everybody. Welcome back to the podcast Hi Connor. Today we're GonNa talk about going to grandma's house for his birthday and it was pretty bright. Congo and talk. As early September which river. And and we got a few of my friends few including my sister. It was probably like six or seven in total. And, we're going to this place called defy. It's a really cool place like skies way better. Yeah. And It was like one. It was really packed into it was closing soon. So he couldn't go there all the way back to near our city area. And So when we got there we. When we got there, we went to this place called. It's like a bowling alley in had laser tag also. And it was really fun I. Love Laser Tag in then. Close some really good at it and then We you really worked. You see last time when I when I did laser tag with you as I obliterate did you guys? You guys are trash. You guys are trashed. Okay. Open up directly. In. So when after we were done with dad, there's a place right next door like like a great time as what's called. They don't rascals is that's. Basically. chucky cheese except like on steroids. Anyway. We went there and we went back to my grandma's house. It doesn't look from the outside on insiders pretty big I. Think aiden agree with me on that. And I guess you have a, we have a huge family room and if you it has a really big couch. So if you think alike big couches that you're GonNa get an we played this really fun football game it was like. On our knees almost broke off her Friday. So she like these like the windows like like the the protection over the windows and it's very sensitive but like it makes a loud noise whenever you touch it like not like a arm, but it's like an actual noise like a shattering noise. And so like L. We'd all your fat bottomed every time you guys knocked into. It. So we did like shirts versus skins and If you don't know if that is basically one team has assured off, one team has ensured on. That's how you tell teams and then anyway we played that was really fun with my grandma's dog's toy football, and then we all slept on the couch like. Seven boys on couch. It was fun actually was going. Over. there. Like two people on that. Little. Island. Goes. Hopefully in king the small one, you would just hang off. Those hilarious though shout a k. and then we got donuts in the morning and we stayed up at and we have called about the prank call yeah. Let me tell you about this. So we called this week kept prank calling every single and it was like. Don't be offended. We're Prankul Strip clubs and adult stores and stuff like that and one threaten to call cops. Oh Yeah. The TACO bell one we called Taco Bell and the Taco Bell in the morning like. Yeah Three Morning Talk or they're like Taco Bell here like hello. We would like to. Know King was singing. Use A. Didn't you in and then? And then. We. And then the guy said. Okay, you you tell it. He Sang, and then the guy was like I know you're calling me and then we hold them back and realize, hey, when sorry about it and we were just laughing and called us back in views like he's I, know five. And then he's like he's like I can send the police over any time I can track your phone and we were all freaking out the rest of the night in someone was scared I don't know who it was someone was skirts. Was scrawny guy he was always scared. He's hiding under occasion you was. OWNER SYLVIA'S was. And then and then Cain kept his pizza. WAS OVER EZRA's. MATTY's like he was a little mad at that Ezra was wasn't bad at the party is just upset because. One time. But yeah anything else you'd like to add on. Follow my inside. We're going to. Shut up connor your follow his die rose people. I think you just connected? Yeah I think in disconnected so. Or you muted yourself. But I cannot hear a so it's just So I'm GonNa wait like a minute. Still not here. PODCAST will be right back after this brief advertisement. If you haven't heard about anchor. It is the easiest way to make podcast. Let me explain first off it's free second authors creation tools that allow you to record, edit your podcast rate from your phone or computer. Second off anchor will distribute your podcasts for you. So it can be heard on spotify podcast in many more. A lot of them do that just really know but and does you make money from your podcast with minimum listenership? It's everything you need to make podcast one place. Download the So go ahead and download the free anchor APP or go to Anchor FM to get started by. Connor hello everybody real. Now. We're. We have a special guest today Jack He's going to. Tell licensed Pov about. The sleepover talking about what is. On the air. Is Not it's not. So, how did the sleep over start to finish? Let's talk about. Way What like just talk about leap over. Oh. Yeah..
History in Five Songs 47: Bands of Individuals
"So this is episode forty seven. We are going to be calling this bands of individuals. I couldn't think of a snappier title. But this basically explains this concept and it's actually a pretty elevated concept If you don't mind me saying this is something I've always felt and it's an episode. I've been burning to do So let's just get to it. I mean essentially One funny thing about this episode is it's not very heavy metal or hard rock. Although I am going to be mentioning a lot of bands that are hard. Rock and heavy metal but my examples per se are not particularly in that field. But I am going to end with a with a classic heavy metal band so So all shall be forgiven. I hope by the end of this. I might mention a few Honorable Mentions Myself All right so we're GONNA do this one a little bit differently. I hope it doesn't go on too long. I probably will shorten up when it comes to the actual entries but I have a little bit of a along intro here so I went to you the fine listeners. And and said hey give me some examples of this and it's kind of funny The example started flowing in and I'm going to read some of those in in a second But what I realized when I was reading these examples is I'm not too clear on what my concept is for this. I hope by the end of this episode and when you hear examples you're GonNa understand what has always been stuck in my brain for decades essentially about bands. That are like this why I think there are certain bands truly truly truly like this. So let's just get on with that so I sent. I sent off a facebook cry for help here So what did I say here so So here's a really cool concept that I'm at four at need one. More as I said bands of individuals and ecosystem is created with a clear north South East and West. It's an ecosystem that has not one world but four five teams that comprise a complex world. I've thought this for years about these four bands. But do you get my drift strode. A few band names and if one of them just hits me like a lightning bolt. I'll know it but I don't want to explain further or debated. Let's save that for the episode. Only one of my choices is remotely a metal band. So that's what I wrote And yet just to explain a little more before. I read some of these Entries the idea here is that these bands create almost like You know you think of a little Snow Globe that you shakeup and there. There's the snowflakes in there. There's this enclosed world that is a weird world but very importantly this world is not one that ends up being kind of a unified sounding thing that a lot of other band's sound like it is a world unto itself that's number one but number two it does have an east west North and south. I mean it. Basically sounds like a world of individual players or Feifdoms that is making this up so doesn't sound like particularly like a unified whole. It sounds like a band or a record or song that you listened to where you can't get the members themselves out of your head when you're listening to it. You don't think the band name you think all of these original members jumbled up together at once. I think that explains it probably pretty well but let me tell you quickly and what I'm going to do here is I'm going to leave out. The bans That were suggested that are actually my choices anyways. And I'm just going to go through some of these very quickly dispelled the notion of why didn't include the more. How they they? Almost clay came close. Oh so we've got vanya Derek. I mentioned led Zeppelin Queen Cream and Russia. Okay all of those are pretty close but no cigar. They had certain things about them. That were almost two unified Long Story But those ones are are all pretty close but let's see Jacob Tannahill said sons of Apollo Mister Big Asia. Any one of them fit the bill and I actually almost thought Asia that I would include But Yeah I think he's getting the point here Sons of Apollo definitely. You know the big the big You know important band members. Asia supergroup The police New York Doll says Thomas Hackney also the pretenders I would say no on the pretenders I would. That wouldn't have come to mind. I wouldn't New York dolls that come to mind. Police is one of my honorable mention so with that band. You know you are thinking This this chicken scratch sort of textured a guitar playing from Andy. You know base. I don't think you think of sting so much base but you think of that vocalist and then also I with Stewart Copeland. You definitely get a unique drummer. That is a distraction. I mean you're thinking of him when you're hearing these police songs so yes that's a good example of what we're getting at here. Augusta Garcia parade. As mentioned the clash. I would say no I don't. It doesn't really fit the bill here. Thomas Hackney comes up with AKS little bit. That's kind of cool. One Eagles Blazed Barshop. Says no I wouldn't say so Going to leave Well no I'm not going to leave this one because I kick them out. Pat conners has fleetwood Mac. I actually was include fleetwood Mac but I couldn't see myself playing a fleetwood Mac song as one of our five choices here but definitely you get the yet. This is a perfect example. And like I say I was one of mine that was on the at the top of my head. You get. Basically these. Three distinct vocalists are all with their personalities and their baggage in their own solo albums. The whole bit Stevie Nicks Christie. Make Christine mcvie his Christine. Yeah and Lindsey Buckingham All very distinct vocalists. And you also get You Know Mick. Fleetwood is the is kind of the the patriarch of the ban. But you had get this very stripped down drumming John mcvie Idaho. Don't really think of him too much in this but Lindsay as well you think of a very distinct Sort of I said chicken. Scratch already with Andy Summers. Chicken scratch makes a lot more sense with Lindsay So again you're listening to fleetwood Mac song or a few in a row and you're thinking oh when's this focus gonNA sing or that one or oh. They're they're doing this together And then and then. Lindsey gives you this very stark guitar Solo And and you get this very sort of straight line B line kind of Feel to a of their songs so that is a ban when you're listening to them. I can't get the members individually out of their heads hence bands of individuals. Okay
Should Coronavirus Face Masks Be a Fashion Statement
"We are going to wrap up before the end of the show with a reflection on the world of retail fashion. Joining us for that is more Nichols own fashion editor Jamie waters. Welcome back to the program. Johnny I'm enjoying early morning chats. Yes same highlighted by Monday. Thinks he's not being sarcastic. Listeners he really really means it. Let's talk about well. It's interesting sort of collision Jamie of the the pandemic into the world of fashion and this question about mosques and the becoming almost sort of fashion statements. How do you read? What's happening out there with this yet. There's this kind of interesting strange situation that's also has a sense of inevitability about where in a lot of places. I'm as masks becoming and trade that pot of people's everyday uniform now. Of course you're saying people starting to inject some sense of personality and style into what they're wearing so. I think in Asia. This has become very common correspondent. James Chambers is recent before about different colors can signify and that you know yellows with a lot of the cool kids wear and read and Etcetera Etcetera. And there's all kinds of different senses of style on now that we're seeing in a lot of us. Cds that mandatory by seeing that pickup and a lot of fashion Brown's astounding to so musk's and what they're doing is that we've done night some and so summoned to this this sort of offset being which makes it seem more sort of charitable. But then he saw the thing happened over the weekend my soul someone on social media basically from a luxury ecommerce site and it was a mosque by a big straightway brand because as an aside straight way brands have Masa they part of their collections for a long time they come in and out of fashion just as a fashion statement anyway and there was one of these mosques that was on the site and was going for. I think eight hundred dollars and then something about that just felt really odd and uncomfortable and the image was was circulated and reposted posted. And it's since been taken down the muscles being taken off that site but it does make me think about this idea of Opportunities and and how the kind of capitalist road works and that. Desi sense of course there will be demand for at some point that will be demand for luxury item luxury mass luxury protective items. And how that all fits into? I guess what we feel and how we think about the whole situation Jamie I guess. He's actually conner. Speaks to what we talked about last week. Which was the shift in aesthetics change maybe from consumers about how much they want to broadcast the brands that they're wearing or buying because clearly there's an unease about being seen to be you know profiteering from this awful situation and yet it's probably a good thing. If Russian companies and other manufacturers do divert resources to to make mouse. She does also. Is it part of that same? Shift away from this sort of shouting a branding. I mean that's that's kind of a lot of street wear has been built on the right exactly tied up with that we point. We're talking about last week. And people being really dizzy. Sense of not wanting to use State makes status have status symbols at the moment? I think mosques and other medical equipment but I mean particularly moss have these very kind of singular aspect to them where they are. They are just the ultimate hygiene that you know. They're a symbol of hygiene there a symbol of solidarity kind of all in all in this together. And when you wear one it's to protect yourself but it's also protect others added to that that they in short supply in a lot of places and that means that when they become expensive thing. That's the status symbol. It just doesn't see right against the all these other elements because they are ultimately decide. This symbol of protection dot is in short supply. A lot of places but I think we'll it does high into what you're saying about people now being really conscious of law goes anyway and a lot of straight where browns will self from that at the moment And these these issues that the Russian in the White House. Tush industry has where you know. How do you kind of float fashion? How do you sell products in a way? That doesn't feel tone-deaf at the moment But then you know we'll see these browns to make living in the need to Cape Shifting Product Cape workers employed and medical protective equipment. Mawson's I got a lot of brands have capability now. I've been donating a lot of of these kind of products. They can make them so if demand continues going into the future dot also seems just a sensible move. So there's a lot of tied up into these idea it's fascinating stuff Jamie always get your views. That's Monaco's fashion editor. Jamie waters joining us
Is police brutality legal?
"In nineteen eighty four a middle aged black man who worked for the North Carolina Department of Transportation named the Thorn Graham. He noticed that he was lightheaded. It experienced this exact feeling before he was a diabetic. And he was on the verge of an insulin attack but this time he wasn't at home he was riding in the car with a friend of his CO worker William Berry Engram knew that William didn't stop somewhere to get him some orange juice to balance out his blood sugar levels. Graham knew that he was going to pass out. So William pulled the car over and a random gas station in Charlotte to get Graham. Some orange juice Graham got out of the car walked into the gas station grabbed himself. A small bottle of orange juice prepared to purchase it. Then he noticed. The line was long so instead of purchasing the orange juice graham sat the orange juice on the top of the shelf. There in the gas station ran back out to the car and just asked his buddy to hurry up and take him home and stay as you may have noticed. No crime was committed. He didn't steal the orange juice. Nobody was harmed and at this point. We just have a friend trying to help a friend through a medical emergency but this is America and in the parking lot of that gas station was a Charlotte police officer. Connor remember the Supreme Court case. It's Graham versus conner in officer Connor. Who was white. Didn't think the what he saw was harmless at all when he saw a black man going to that store and come back out of the store without anything in his hands. Connor was convinced that he had just witnessed an armed robbery. The Graham didn't have a gun. You can have a bag of cash. He was just black and connor. Didn't like the way Graham walked in and out of the store so Graham got in the passenger side seat of the car asked his friend to leave and they pulled off to be clear and I just have to say this. They didn't peel out their tires. They didn't break the speed limit. William Berry just backed his car out of the parking lot and began driving Graham home but officer. Connor convinced that he had just witnessed two black men. Rob a gas station followed them in his squad car turned on his flashing police lights and proceeded to pull them over and they put over when. Connor got to the driver's side window. William Barrett calmly told him that his friend Thorn. Graham was about to pass out because of his diabetes and that he desperately needed some orange juice unconvinced that black people even had medical emergencies officer. Connor decided it's actually he who was in grave danger so he goes back to his car in calls for emergency. Backup mind you. They didn't threaten him but he believed they had just robbed a convenience store. And we're lying about it and guess what happens. Graham literally gets out of the car in passes out right there on the road desperate wondering if his friend might die William Berry begs connor and the new cops who arrived on the scene. He begs those cops to simply give his friends some orange juice. Give him some sugar anything to help him with Graham fully unconscious and this is it's ridiculous story with Graham fully unconscious in all of this. All Supreme Court records the officers instead tightly handcuff grams hands behind his back in literally. Throw him onto the hood of his car while he's unconscious the other than proceed to laugh and insist that grandma's faking the whole thing and another officer insisted that Graham didn't even have diabetes but was drunk and told everybody there. I've SEEN PEOPLE WITH DIABETES. And they don't act like this furious at Graham. Another officer literally slammed grams head onto the car. Which momentarily brought Graham back to consciousness. Graham hardly awake then begged the officers to simply look in his back pocket where he kept a medical card stating that he had diabetes. The officers refused instead with his arms cuffed behind his back. The officers through Graham into the back of the police car head. I in slam the door on him. A bystander offered Graham orange juice but the officers refused to give it to him. Finally one of the COPS decides to go back to the gas station to ask the staff about the armed robbery. That just took place and of course. The station attendant was confused. The line was still long and no type robbery had ever taken place and guess what was right there on the shelf grams. Orange juice no robbery happened. No crime no mischief. Nothing where police could have actually helped desperate man to a medical emergency. They instead imagined a series of crimes and they brutalized a man. Who could have really really used their help. At that point it would have made a lot of sense for those officers to take to Thorn Graham directly to the hospital. He was now completely unconscious in the back of their car but instead of taking him to the hospital they literally took him home in dumped his listless body in his own front yard when Graham woke up completely confused and battered. His foot was broken. His rotator cuff torn on his left. Shoulder cuts were all over. His wrists from the cuffs in his forehead was badly bruised from being onto the COP CAR. Police had literally just racially profiled a black man for a crime. He didn't commit ignored. His medical emergency brutally beat him then dumped him in his own front yard instead of taking him to the hospital presumably because they would have had to explain to the doctors and nurses how Graham got so injured so they're bright idea was to dump his battered body off in his own front yard and just leave him there he could have died. So of course thorn. Graham sued the city. He sued the Police Department and he sued the officers. Who did this to him? Of course he did. Of course he demanded that the officers who brutalized him be fired. But in this probably comes as no surprise to you Charlotte in North Carolina fought back. The police fought back locally and then in district courts until the case eventually went all the way to the Supreme Court in that Supreme Court Decision Graham versus conner which took place now thirty years ago in nineteen eighty nine has absolutely everything to do with. Wyatt is nearly impossible to hold police responsible for police brutality. Today let me break down that decision. Bring it back down. I believe that Graham versus conner is one of the worst decisions in the modern is through the Supreme Court of the United States. What Thorn Graham experienced was so brutal so racist so unreasonable and excessive. That the idea that any court could look at what happened to him and decide that it was legal that the Supreme Court could look at that and decide that it was justified is in and of itself unjust. But let me break it down. The Supreme Court in Graham versus conner determined that quote the reasonable use of force by any officer must be viewed from the perspective of what appeared reasonable in the moment of. It's application not from twenty twenty hindsight and so the Supreme Court. Let me make sense of this. So the Supreme Court ruled that of all the ways. The cops brutalized thorn. Graham an unarmed non-violent middle aged black man who broke no laws was in desperate need of medical attention. The Supreme Court ruled that cops cannot be held responsible for truth they did not know in the moment in other words because the cops believed that. Thorne Graham had just committed a violent armed robbery because another cop believed that he was drunk and lying to them. Even though those things were completely false because cops believe them. Cops cannot be held responsible for the actual truth. They can only be held responsible for what they believed in the moment. And the judges ruled that the cops believing the Thorn Graham to be a violent drunk non-cooperative felon had the right to brutalize him
"conner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"You have to do is do the okay. So so but the reason I'm bringing up focusing on sax aside from the fact that it's scintillating titillates people and it's like off limits. It's also if we're we're GONNA talk about the chain of existence or at least the where our civilization grows from and which is the pixels of a civilization or people and the people come from fucking talking but if the fucking is coming from darkness then we're born out of darkness and we're born for a lot of people were born into if nothing else the thing that you definitely flink shot your windows for you know like people closed their windows for sex. When you're about to fuck you close the windows and you know maybe not everybody some people I leave it open? Leave it open but even that it's like leave it open weird you know so many other things I do with the windows open. You don't even think think about right. Sex there's Elvis on you're aware of windows and so this is the. I think that the reality of being a human is that you're born into darkness sexual darkness and what what else. How if that's what we're growing out have love then fuck you know what I mean like? Of course there's all these threads have shame and these strange a sense of guided in my. Okay did warn Myo Right. Why do I do this? What is this even? If it's a slight little just a slight. Would it barely even move if there was a what do you call it a geiger counter for sexual shame. Even if it's just a little e you focus on that until it looked like a giant fuck right like trump's signature. Yeah Shark Fin. Yeah is it a shark fin. Have you never seen the signature. I've seen the signature but I've never seen a shark fin in it. Oh it will just these like it. Looks like jagged teeth basically are yes anyway. That's that's why because it's like meditation MHM certainly poetry any kind of artistic expression also weirdly for me a lot of art like you'll talk to people full about. Why don't you try writing or you know from me when I'm making music I'll feel real shame for no reason at all about like my connection with creativity is has this darkness in to you? Know it's it's I think. Many of us just have a nice. The thread of darkness weaving around. Not just the access but the stuff in between in it. Yeah and so two things one is to say that I love the point. You're making about like we're born out of and through through darkness were created through this sort of darkness of of sex right. I mean that's really incredible. Think of right like what. Hope hope do we have in some way if that's what we're coming from and you can apply that to lots of different areas of life like one of the things I like to say is like how the fuck are we going to solve any problems in this swirled. If when I ask you to think about a cat and I say think about a cat for two minutes straight. You can't fucking do. It balked man like you can't think about. You can't hold the the thought of a cat for two minutes straight. Like your mind's going to go and eight million different directions so if you can't hold a single thought for two minutes. How can we solve any of these monuments? Problems comes before us right right. And there's a kind of darkness there it's like. When did my thoughts get fragmented? When did they go off in this direction? You don't know yourself you don't know the process. The dynamic namic active process of your own thinking right but part of that comes from being born of this darkness that you're talking about and unfortunately spiritual teachers. Insurers are almost no help in this area at all they all suck on it the most brilliant minds of the world to say the stupidest things about sex you know and the way I always say is like if you go to spiritual like seminar or conference or go to Esselin or whatever the fuck you go to and some spiritual teacher starts talking about sex raise your hand and be like how many people have you had sex with and if they hesitate there and if they say less than a thousand than fuck it Ramda's that man for you yes thinking. Oh that's what he's he did publicly say I've had sex with thousands of young oceans. Pretty good on it like there are a few people that are pretty pretty like like thoughtful about it and it's not that you have to have sex with thousands of people to have a good opinion of it. I'm not saying that you have to do that. It's just that it tends to be that people talk about it from a spiritual perspective all the time without having very much experience at all right and so you're getting a really really really distorted boarded view of it or they have their up there in that they mentioned sex. This is where you know. Something's fucked if you're with US beer teacher and they mentioned sex but they do it in kind of like. Yeah Oh yeah yeah that that. You're giggle thing. That's that's a weird pollutants right. Let's cut to a commercial real quick. The baby just woke up and then we'll come back.
"conner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Just. I can't even match if if I was like one thing when I'm driving around that I don't think national second and if I did think it I would be Mike. Whoa you got to cut back on the lead man? Because I don't think that's necessarily. This is the part. Where in the periscope video where the heart start showing up and then like Dunkin? We love you. I I think I know where my strengths and weaknesses but but the on another level I think at some point I would feel when I was hooking up with people that they were using me. Yeah totally and then that would be devastating. That would make me start feeling really angry and lonely. That's it's own. That's it's own thing you know like I was in Dublin and where I live now and I went and to like this there were like four guys having sex mandalit come over on an APP so I went over and like they all knew who I was but they didn't tell me that they knew I was and then they. I started getting their phones out and to film me while I was there without asking me and I'm like what the fuck are you guys doing. We face won't be. I'm like you think I fucking care if my faces. This isn't like that's not the issue like you guys are using this for your own fucking shit and that's that was really disturbing so I had to go home and like walk. Walk Myself through that and figure out and it was fine afterward but it was like getting to like situations like that. Where even after you've work through a lot of stuff sexually that other people may not have you're constantly encountering everybody else's Shit right so like a constantly encountering and he'll like fuck like that's what that darkness is like and that's what that does to people and that's what it did to me? It's just that I continued walking through it and a lot of sex workers. That's what they ended up doing is like the essays like sex workers Bear the burden of a culture that refuses to work on its attitude to sex right so like like sex workers have to stay see all of this and like they have to deal with in some sense with a kind of detachment I think the detachment can be very healthy healthy. It can be a real amazing skill to have in your life and why sex workers often become hospice care workers. They can touch bodies. They're you know not into or that are doing weird things are going through weird processes but I think more than that you just end up encountering the darkness around sex and I keep saying darkness. I don't mean evil I mean the light isn't there and that's again where this question started from what you mean you know to bring to bring light and and there are lots of other things I said. You know magic meditation poetry you know Music all these kinds of things that can bring a kind of light to places is that are uninsured and develop in you because you have to go through all that darkness you develop capacity and developing that capacity brings a kind of potency which creates a radiation of light which allows people to form these kinds of constellations of beacons around the world. And I think that that's what twenty twenty needs to be. Yeah about that's beautiful so have sex with me Duncan and then we'll see what happens it can't I've talked to my wife so she talked the she'd be like yeah you have to do is do the okay. So so but the reason I'm bringing up focusing on sax aside from the fact that it's.
"conner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
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"conner" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast
"I am an exact yeah yeah that that very much you know that this rather adult body but yes that he's later I go and say maybe early two thousands that you know that kind of John's introduced that concept that it wasn't just he has because he has these conflicting memories his morality is sometimes that conflict and obviously that kind of sets up that makes them a little more unpredictable especially given his lack of emotional maturity and leads to obviously some problems throughout the episode so first and foremost what was your take on Joshua orphan `super boy what you think of his performance I to be honest I have not seen him in anything else I don't know if you have if he has been in anything else because he seems to be young actor right she's been in other stuff but it's nice sometimes to be introduced actors that you've never seen before you go in fresh and you don't have have a certain candidate portrayed in mind because you're like okay I remember him doing this why is he doing that in you maybe expect something from an actor that you've we know from previous roles I really enjoyed him like I said I think he he he really played the pot radio well the just the ocean the constant swaying of emotions from wide eyed in surprise to two furious to apologetic it was just done so so well and he sold it holy incompletely and almost this relationship mother do son relationship he has with eve because suddenly begins to trust STA and is even ask us and I call your mom you know it's it's very it's very earing I believe it was something it was creepy by though it was kind of endearing well I mean you know Congress approaching it very innocently and Eve is going no no no no no no no let's not go there at all new which that was kind of funny we we don't as we find out throughout this through story as we kind of as eve kind of peels back these layers and we get the the down to the actual truth of her involvement in in Connor's creation you know she's talked we mercy mixed this comment that Eve is is pretty much devoted one thousand percent to this project exclusion of any kind of social life romantic life no she doesn't have any kids she doesn't even have a dog which may be explained why cryptos around cadmus jobs but but but she's isolated herself and just apparently it's been for years that she's poured into the is project to the exclusion of all else and so then when connor comes around and ask her asks her well hey can can I see all you mom I'm sure that definitely through her for a loop big time it's true and the fact about not having socialite it kind of I was new bitcon used to a certain extent because when she first his Co. to the labs when when Kana breaks out you know she's wearing a an attractive evening dress and she smells of alcohol or what have you and perfume sucking myself it might have been one of the few times this poor girl was actually maybe I wanNA date right or that nature and maybe a few times it gets totally dashed to pieces because there has to be a catastrophe like maybe the first off in centuries and it's like it's all it all goes horribly wrong so maybe there wasn't attend to there is an attempt of trying social life but it seems to not be able to happen for right or at the very least their you know she attempted to have that social life but ends up because of that she ends up getting in trouble with Walter who as we find out was trying to contact her all night and we gather that she's out partying but given her personality and we see her drinking brandy later in the truck honor was she actually out having fun or was she just dressed up to go out but really just sitting in a bar somewhere getting Mart you know your opened the huge kind of worms because now I have a mental picture of Eve sitting alone in right in this dingy bar right on a pool me another one kind of situation trying to classy even though she's like I don't know at the Titans version of Mos for example Interactive drinking drinking her sorrows away Ravi fending off all these guys trying to hit on her because she's dressed in a party dress but Yeah I kinda see her as just like that that she may be intended to go out changed her mind ended up going to a hotel bar or something and just wants wanted to be alone drinking yeah maybe he just cares about her I guess her appearance outside of the office and just once they know oh good because she values herself and so she didn't want to I'd know go in a sweat so what have you but I am Yes it's an interesting character and you know what made me where you want to know more about her past often I because I'm a huge fan of origin stories obscure characters might not know much about Iran he wants the series to tell me something more about this person sometimes maybe it's nice to be left in the dark but to be honest chows I'm really curious to know more about her and maybe see something Flash Vaccine when she was actually starting on the project because when we hear about how enthusiastic she was and how much you want to do this and she says of course you wanted to if it worked but it'd be interesting to see how she got picked up by Cadmus and this kind of thing so she's a very interesting character and I hope she'll be with us for a while oil yeah I think I don't think we've seen the last of her especially given the fact that crypto ends up being captured and Connor was shot so I don't think we seen the last of her at all now go ahead I'm sorry definitely hoping yeah yeah I think so I mean and she's she the Richard had him the writers really spent a lot of time developing her as a character so so I gotta think she's not is going to let this go and I don't think we've seen the last of her personally now there is this one really powerful moment toward the end of the episode after after conor even crypto we need to talk about crypto in a minute but you know they're Kinda hit the hit the road owed after this failed attempt where connor who ends up in Smallville Kansas Lionel Luther House mercy and her team ended up tracking them down and Eve is brought along as kind of like an expert to be overseeing everything so she stuck in a van and the team attacks everything goes predictably helter skelter and then eve when when actually confronted super boy is she basically decides Okay F. Cadmus I'm not going to do this anymore we're going to let's just let's get out of here and so they hit the road and they end up eventually they stop at an offer to like a little diner restaurant and and connor gets into it with like he wants to stop this one guy from who is abusing his girlfriend and dragging her into a car to a protests and well and then eve gets a little frustrated because conor she feels isn't mature enough to understand why he needs to lie low and so she takes him to San Francisco oh which of course is going to lead to his connection with the titans and they end up going to this abandoned facility that turns out to be an old cabinet lab where essentially this is where connor was born so what did you think of of that before we get into the details aw I was actually happy that they did it because too often we have TV shows or movies where the character ends up befriending somebody who knows about that passed and doesn't tell them anything for ages and ages and ages and they might just disappear or something then the character goes finds out gets terribly traumatized he turns on this person in the whole liar revealed kind of thing right I'm so glad they did not use that trump okay we're going to get this out of the way immediately she's going to be the better person and say okay fine I'll take you to show you where you were made as it will way you were born and I really appreciate that granted it doesn't stop them from getting seriously to her but aside from that I appreciated the fact that they did not use that typical trope love you're not gonNa find out your origins until way later on and it's GonNa blow up in your face and you're going to trust in people etc so I really appreciated yeah obviously if if this show had been on the CW they would have dragged this out over the course of at least two seasons probably right here with titans it's a much more the reactions are much more mature and adult so when Eve's brings him to this facility and they go inside and obviously it's all kinds of creepy where because do things been abandoned and connor sees this reference to a project rock Shasta which Russia is a is a Hindu word that's reference to a human being in Hindu mythology filled with bloodlust also count basically essentially they're referred as man eaters now whether we're going to get any pay off of that later on who knows but it doesn't exactly strike heartwarming tone to say the least breath and they kind of get into this moral debate about which they kind of started in the car on the way there about the ethical value are you a science experiments and eve this is where she kind of lays all her cards on the table and goes look remember when I told you that there are no bad it's experiments well guess what I was lying I admit that sorry and she she says that you know lex one too loan superman but he couldn't figure out how and she was the one who gave him the idea to stabilize the Tony and Jeanne's with human ones and so she gave him the idea to use his DNA on connor to create connor and connors unsure like what does that mean me bad and she tried does that make me a monster and she kind of takes him back to it's up to you but be careful what you wish for and so conor take rips open the door he goes inside he sees all these mutated prototypes previous versions as we find out in the in the episode.
"conner" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast
"The titans go Yeah hello again everyone welcome back to tighten talk the titans podcast I'm your host Charles Skaggs back in titans tower at least the basement of titans tower which could gift what do with some redecorating in my opinion ready to talk some more titan season two unfortunately my normal co host Jesse Jackson and decided to be a bit of a slacker this weekend and so he's off having a little mini vacation with his wife Linda so high Jesse if listening and but thankfully to are coming to our rescue here in Titan talk is one of our favorite people you've heard him before if you listen to our titans season one review and our doom patrol season one review welcome back to tighten talk Dj. Nick Hi Nick how are you Hey Charles I'm doing great thank you so much for having me on I'm really honored to actually be replacing such a huge which parts of you tighten talk Jesse Jackson so you know I'm kind of feeding like the rookie stepping off the bench and getting on the ice to replace the star- here it takes both of us just to replace Jesse but so those don't know nick is the wonderful host the whisky and cigarettes show and radio show and where he talks about country music but he's also the host of the happiness in darkness podcast that yours truly was on not too long ago on his first episode Talking Superman the movie we had a lot of fun doing that and I'll be making a return appearance sometime soon so I just teased that there you'll people start to talk to my so we said well we have Mike People call your people will work at it as soon as I get some people I'll have them call you called it sounds so here at episode forty two and the answer to the ultimate question of life the universe and everything if you're Nicholas Adams Fan like I am we're GonNa talk connor the Rather uninteresting Lee name title episode for the first appearance of the Conner Kent Super Boy on Titans played of course by Joshua Orphan who I thought did amazing job as conner Kent and this was the sixth episode of Season Two just came out a couple of our actually yesterday on October First Twenty nineteen written by Richard Tam or hate him a who wrote the episodes rose here in Titan season two also wrote the season one finale Dick Grayson and he wrote a few other episodes including the episode Donna Troy my favorite episode of Titan Season One and two story was directed by Alex Kalymnos who directed the season one episode asylum that was the episode were of course Dick Grayson Burns his robin costume at the end of the episode and before we get into our guest cast I wanted ask Nick Nick I'm guessing you've been watching tightened season two pretty regularly hopefully and I'm dying to know what you've been thinking of the season so far since we haven't had a chance to talk to you about that yet well I know that there was a lot of backlash when it came to season one people don't particularly happy about it I personally really satisfied with it right but but I will add to that they have definitely kicked it up lunch it's definitely become even more cohesive storytelling story wise the characters and brilliant aside from of course you know the titles being bit Banal during the names they don't judge a book by its cover I guess in this case because the content is superb the the episodes titles could be view with a little bit of tweaking Baas and that's so fun radio enjoying the ride yeah so generally you would give this you would think you you're enjoying tightened season two more than you were season one if I'm not mistaken well yes I think they definitely stepped up the game already had me in for season one in to eat better and I think it's hard sometimes to it with anything you know an album music album for example you have a great debut it's even number two is usually the harder ones do yeah yeah that sophomore album is always a little harder for some people and but titans seems to be the exception to the rule on that I think Yeah Jesse and I've talked that we are loving season two especially because just the overall tone seems to be a lot more of what we wanted from season one and I don't know if you share that opinion I know you you love season one so you were happy with it you were very content but but Jesse and I think we were looking for something a little more and at least a little at least a little not so doom and gloom and and is a much more upbeat tone to the season I think and we're getting the introduction of a lot of great characters this season connor can of course be one of those I think it was interesting how so far they also handled several characters. There's almost a game of thrones quality to as well because you're introduced to a character boob he dies Salak through he's dead so it's an interesting take in that sense and I agree with you and you say about the it's not as dark I think they've maintained a gritty level but they haven't put like the watchmen Kinda Kinda tone weights reading everything so depressing and there's never happy moments car like those soap operas where people enjoying five seconds happens then boom you get news at somethings happens when these people ever happy give these people a break nick yeah I would say that titans season one seemed to be more directed by Zack Snyder and titans season two what would be a good comparison maybe who would you who just a little bit just Weeden Ish hi thank okay hot hot in this maybe Joe Sweden maybe maybe the Russo brothers there you go yeah I think the resume benefit because it is gritty but it's not eh depressing yeah exactly yeah I think that's I think that's the way to go on this one I guess cast of course this week we get I like I said Joshua Orphan introduced as superbowl slash Kent Louise Not Quite Super Bowl yet genevieve angel sin who is an actress I'm not familiar with but I thought she you did an amazing job as doctor Yves Watson the geneticists who goes through the gamut of emotions the story and Sarah Deacons got a cameo as Martha Kent so I was very happy to get little tease of Martha Kent in the story astle Natalie Google made or committee I wanNA take as mercy graves who of course is lex Luther ores number one henchmen hench woman inch person take your pick Essentially here as his security specialist as she's introduced who oversees things for him she's more the field operative for him and she's always in constant contact with we actually see her calling lex so there was a very nice direct connection almost to lex luther in the story Rahul Rahul Baena I believe is Walter on the I want to say Doctor Yves Watson's kind of supervisor at Cadmus labs and Peter McNeil Played Lionel Luther only this version is a lot different from smallville Lana Luther primarily because this line owes much older is pretty much blind as we kind of see him with you've a very notable cataract in one eye and much more bitter darker take on lex luther than we've seen on smallville before so we get started with our main topics were you at all I'm not sure whether you're with a great comic background but is your comic book expertise go into the realm of Super Bowl at all or or or or you know how much does it go into Superman well I'm a huge fan of Superman I've read pretty much classic Superman from the origins only way up to today and so therefore I was introduced a super bowl those people were during the death of Superman or should say the post death of Superman events right where we find out that he is a clone of Superman and it was interesting I thought about this particular I decided to go the titans route way he is a clone of Luther and Superman because obviously original he's just a clone of Superman but this case they wanted the roots of Superman lex luther I really enjoyed this particular portrayal and I also remind me a little bit I don't know if you familiar with young this yes I am yes we've actually talked about that here in the podcast and young justice and I had a young justice vibe as S. when it came to the debut of Kana Kent because just the the the origins are very very very similar if you if you will I mean because I still episodes it's too ingrained in my mind if he's escaped from that from cadmus obviously different but there are a lot of similarities and so I have a feeling they might have taken something from hostess because it was so successful and but yeah on I really enjoyed it and I thought it was interesting they decided to really focus on the fact that he has a very infantile brain and he behaves like a child as in that everything's so new to him and he's very young instinctive when it comes to his reactions very child can props to the actor for being able to pull that off because it's often not easy to do that because sometimes you might have people who portray shall we say and emotionally stunted we say almost a regressed adults and it doesn't come across as being real shall we say or do you think this person I'm for is maybe suffering from unfortunate mental illness or something of that nature whereas he could actually feel like it was a child in an old man's body big if you will guess or maybe that the mentally at least emotionally connor is is very emotionally stunted he's not he's not mature enough yet because hey he just came out of the lab he doesn't have that life experience and we find out through the course of the episode and that he has these these memories leftover from from Superman and he has memories leftover from lex Luther and obviously this was a concept like you talked about from the Titan Teen Titans issues that were written by Geoff Johns back in the in the ninety conor being a clone of Superman he was like a fifty percent clone of Superman in a fifty percent clone of human to stabilize his tony DNA and of course lex Luther B being behind the project cadmus labs hey of course he's going to be the donor and Connor of course is the result now titans the TV series kind of takes that a little further by introducing the concept that that connor is both good like Superman but also e all like lex Luther and.
"conner" Discussed on We Can Talk About
"Yeah that is roseanne barr and reallife she had a lot of money but roseanne conner twenty four that is a really good point like that's the part that is hard to see when people keep saying make america great again you're like your family twenty years ago didn't have any more than you have now what would what was better better back then was it better an i actually think this is what this is what i actually one of the things that i think people are getting out with make america great again the world is just as screwed up as it was twenty years ago the difference is we know how screwed up it is now and we didn't then so people wanna go back to a time where they can pretend or just not know and be ignorant of how screwed up the world was because the internet isn't there to tell you how screwed up the world ones unfortunately we can't go back can't we were already here we already ate the apple over right so this concept of going back to a time when it was better is unachievable and that is the only silver lining about trump's entire phrase is because soon or eventually people are going to see that they voted for him america didn't get any greater and they're they can't go back to what it is and so it's a matter of forging through this new path to make a better life in the future irony of the republican point of us at you should grow up and the entire point.
"conner" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast
"You of see on a daily basis and you've never loss it makes you so dangerous in from what i've heard they're actually highly competitive training session yes that oh there's the daniels curry was handed the they're very competitive so when you have a fighters that are two three four weight classes heavier than you and you're making them super competitive who is going to be you and your division it's hard to see i'll i don't lie and that's what i'm saying i is the connor ammo i i love conner some of the new stuff to conner's been doing has been kind of crazy i wanna see him either give the title up or or you know fight but if i'm conner when you get that kind of money the the desire the thing is the thing that may conner graders conner had the desire to fight and make money and he was hungry but when you get a big oh belly full of food the hunt is not that strong anymore i wonder are that's my question is that hunt and him still strong i think he had some unfinished business in the octagon i think all these words that people are saying to them how he's a fighter anymore how he can't stand a chance against the real champions and what not i think that's going to get to a more smoothly and i think that's what bring a brac fighters can not uneven he has proven counter has proven that you can't underestimate him.
"conner" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired
"Whether that's in the corporate environment or even at home and looking at our families like a team you know where we're sharing and some goals and working toward a common conner direction whether we're trying to raise up our kids and help them to become productive members of society or love it on our grand kids to make sure we spoke him as much as we can we're used to rolls but i want you to understand something times there are many of us out there that are selfemployed some of you may work for a company so you answer to some people right and we've all had great leaders or you've had a horrible leader and so we've all had that experience of reporting to some lawn but i want to remind your vips that as we go on the pursuit of our dreams and preparing for retirement i need you to understand something your retirement begins with you you are the one that has to put this in place we're talking about your budget your plans your goals your effort your sacrifices your commitment and even your boundaries and it's so important to understand this because we so quickly if things don't go well we can turn around looking for a scapegoat we can look for someone to blame and this is notorious especially with my boys as they were growing up playing sports if someone made an error in the game everybody knew at bride nearby talked about it and it was one of those things that are taught my boys early on is that we have to make sure that we're taking care enduring our job that nobody is perfect everybody can make mistakes but ultimately if we can get everybody focus in on doing their job really well then it puts the team in a better position.
"conner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"And again if you're looking at it let's say in this weird fight world and remember the fight god's don't give a farc about your plans so let's say in this weird fight world that we live in calmer gregor fights ideas what if connor were to lose that fight it's a tough fight let's say he were to lose that fight within there goes twenty ferguson there goes that del and then nate dea's guzman go from six jump all the way up and then he fights wing prison that be fun fight but then you're loot eight toy first make deals is in a blockbuster just not good fight great fight jesus christ great fight that's not same as conner tony conner nate so the right thing to do be tony connor um i don't think nato is is going anywhere but again i am i can can play for make bullfights arm sane is how many money fights are you going to give us with qatar before we do this this train can't go too far off the tracks we gotta get somewhat back normalcy to get the division right because do you do 21st in that have laude and injuries in that fight uh probably looking custom let's say you know you need some time off let's say you do congress nate will there's been no announcing switzer fight happen soon march here make tony wait for how long it just is not the is not the right thing to do is just not um i don't know what they're gonna do i know me on you as you like the.