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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:08 min | 2 months ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Global News in U. S President Joe Biden has marked the event is the U. S passes the death of over half a million people to covered with a message of hope it Baxter has. Although global news in San Francisco it Yeah. Exactly right. Julia President started with a stark reality that the U. S has lost 500,000 people Maura than World War one. Too, and Vietnam. He says the job now is degree for the death but also to take care of the living to remember. So we can heal. To find purpose. The work ahead. Show that there is light in the darkness. This nation will smile again. This nation will know sunny days again. This nation will no joy again, he says Division of the country must end We must fight together by getting vaccinated and wearing masks. His address, followed by a minute of silence in a candle lighting ceremony at the White House. Dr. Anthony Fauci during the White House Covert briefing today, said mistakes were made in the beginnings of the fight against the virus. But the globe now needs to look forward The bottom line of what we need to do. Looking forward. And the clear me in this is the development of potent antiviral directly acting on saws, Cov two. He also says mitigation in the simple things will help in the fight. U K Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said now that the end of the pandemic is in sight for England, he says he plans to aim and lockdown rules and Syria's of states over the next four months. China has pushed back today in the U. N against Claims of wigger abuse. Okay? Foreign minister. We are a long years, saying that the charges are not true and without basis, differences and system should not lead to a zero sum game, he says. He says China has much to offer to the world and experience, he says the right approach should be respect. Appreciate and learn and reinforce each other. U S Supreme Court is slammed the door on Donald Trump trying to withhold his tax records from prosecutors, Bloomberg's Greg store. There's no further pathway for Trump that is apparent. Right now. All indications are that Cyrus Cyrus Vance will get this information quite soon. The accounting firm is ours has said it will comply with its legal obligations. I'm presumably that will mean handing over the documents in relatively short order. Greg also reports the cord is rejected all the remaining cases where Mr Trump claimed the election results were a fraud. Mr Trump has tweeted the continuation of the witch hunts. China is saying that Hong Kong faces critical and urgent task to overhaul its electoral system. Cabinet director says China makes sure the system is run by Patriots in San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg, right, Brian. All right. Thanks very much. I respect you very much. And I learned from you every day. So I'm doing. Wow. I'm blushing. Well, I was just listening to your news, You know? So anyway, um, yeah. You know, I got a lot of respect for a dance Schwartzman as well. And right now it's time for global sport..

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This is how I opened my book. When I first started sitting with my teacher from India 20 years ago, he brought all the herbs from India and he was sitting back to show me how to treat every disease using the herbs he brought. After a very short, one or two stays with me, he said. Don't know what to do, he said. I brought all these herbs and the Americans can't take them. I've never encountered this before. But every one of them delivers very hot. And I'm not quite sure what to do. Because when you take the herbs that heat from up Especially us begun is one of the most feeding herbs. So we had to figure out what to do. Bond. He finally cognizable just like those ancient receives cognizable. How Tonto, you know, Do Ira Beta. He cognizable that we should make the herbs in this modern era. Take as many of you can through the skin. So he made about 80 transdermal creams that I used So, for example, herbs like us, Uganda that are very heated. He made a transdermal cream or your rabbit on the skin and from the skin. It goes directly into the blood, bypassing the liver. That way we could give numerous herbs without heating up. Deliver wise. Yeah. And then the second thing you did was only about 80. Herbs will go through the skin and he wanted to use about 500. The second thing he did he made hey, captured just the vibration of the herb. So with every herb there's the crude herb. That's the physical component. But within the herb is that vibration? We call it promise in IRA native people in China call itchy. So it's that intelligence that vibration in the herb that gives the effect of the herb in our physiology. So he figured out how to capture just that vibration. He put it in glitter eye drops he made and we put those drops in water and the butt that vibration is given up into the water. Was like exactly like taking the herb even though there's no cruder of going to the liver. So in the first four years when he was training, the huge stumbling because he didn't know What to do because he brought these herbs and no one could handle them. And after that my practice took off. Everyone was able to take them and then I was able to treat everything. And that's why I'm writing books about it so fast but eventually write books about all the diseases, but I wanted to start with the siren because it's such a big epidemic. And the other thing that some of us have wondered about was when the Japanese nuclear reactor went up. There seemed to have been a spike in childhood thyroid worldwide as I remember where reading Yeah, That's it. The Cyrus Cyrus like a very delicate little flower. Really. That's what it reminds me of, and it'll will with any stressor, and it could well from any type of radiation like that. Especially absorbs that. Saira just absorb stress. You're under stress, and you're producing a lot of cortisol and adrenaline. This IRA just will just like a flower. If you get a flu shot, it'll just will. You know, so It's so delicate, but the good news is that if you can identify what's causing it to will, and you fix it Its perks. Right back up. Yeah. How beautiful. So one of the things you walk the reader through, is it? You talked about these energies of earth and fire and space and air and water, etcetera, but there times of days also associated with them. And I think it's a really important thing to stress because you know, people will hear toe live arrhythmic lifestyle, But in are you Veda. They explain exactly what's happening relative to your organ system relative to the times of day and what to eat during what times of day because of whether the fire is increasing or decreasing or you're more error, more water..

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"The whole lower the whole Colt behind face off is precisely due to Nicholas Nicholas Cage is acting in that movie the the peach seen the face off and you're you're trying to make magic with without the magician who got there so I disagree with. It and I think that if you were to remake a Nicholas cage movie conair conair would actually be a much better candidate for remaking face off right now guess hundred percent agree I again. It's tough to do a sequel. Obviously obviously someone dies but like there's a way to make it work because of the weirdness of what the story is and literal face off like you can make it work where they returned right. You could just make it where it's what was what was his brother's named Cyrus Cyrus geeks Cyrus the virus us in that prison with magnetic boosted he get killed or just make them have another brother in the recovers his face and he gets Nicolas Cage's face cow was his name in that movie is such an awesome name to it's possible to do right. There's there was a way to do it and it's just a bummer. They didn't go that route because like whatever like I know it's attornal fights comic books sequels reboots whatever but if you're GONNA do it at least that's my thing it's going to happen. They're going to do it so we do it in a way that's interesting for top gun right. Did they need to make another top gun no but at least doing it in a way that people are interested right people are like Oh you know what the continuation of the story. It's a stretch whatever I don't care like I kinda see it now. They could have done that with this like people would have. I've been interested if you said Travolta engage your back yeah Topgun. Nobody would give a shit if it didn't have crews and kilmer in yeah and and with with face off just look Travolta's fight but Nicholas cage is Castro choices. He makes us movie face off is face off because because of Castro Troy and would nicholas cage does here and if you take that out it's nothing it's it's it's a concept. I was trying to think of somebody who can kind replicate that sort of crazy. Where it's it's not an actor? It's not like a serious crazy right like he's not like doing the fucking jokers something. He's doing it like he's trying to do what is essentially actually a series act but like it's interpreted by the audience differently than I think it's meant to be portrayed and I am. I don't know a younger actor that can do that because I'm suing their cast someone younger than the Kate right I nick Shiloh buff Kadoorie no but a see that's like almost like mean territory or something I mean I mean Nick Cage. I don't think it was at that level at that point his career yeah but I know but you got to lean in into it. If you're going to be remaking cameos you've got to lean into it all right. Yeah I get behind that. Then based off was campy Faso's pretty candy by itself so overly it's like camping in hindsight I guess because it's overly nineteen ninety-seven super serious that plays camping now yeah exactly exactly that's what I mean. I can't think of anyone that could kind of go into that role and if they are if they were to go in that direction you're saying I wouldn't mind it'll Shiloh in who who's travolta whose who plays off well with Travolta own the shuttle in that the Travolta character in this movie is so vacant. I mean the the the way he was acting bosses family. He didn't have anything left to live for. Are you assuming this when you want someone with a better kind of chemistry right right. Maybe I'll just one nicholas cage. I just want Nicholas Cage and I want I want castor troy to be resurrected and and Shit Shit but let's conair would be much better because at least in con air you had you had the supporting characters in the other inmates that were on the plane with you. Yeah I think I think you could do. I think you could do cool things. Maybe making them different while retaining the same type of thing but going to face off is is is pretty pretty reliant on Nicholas cage and Castro troy in terms of that making faceoff I've agree with you won't cage back over anything else took. His face space came off people weren't he wasn't even like people were angry. People are like Oh come mine really. Why are we doing this? It was surprising I was this was news that actually took me by surprise because anything rebuilding or remaking it just accept it this. I paused for a second wow. I didn't expect that do they. Exclusively say that in a cage would not be in it they just said reboot from over the verbiage is so. I don't know if they ever specifically say wouldn't be back. Maybe not maybe if we look really into the details but it I think there are so many face ponds. It's like new faces that were I just kind of assumed maybe he won't be in it. I mean you gotta assume his agents doing everything. He can't get his ass. In this move Oh yeah and I don't know why the studio wouldn't that takes the move to a different level I would think I don't know I'm not a fucking studio. That's just my guess I just I I would love like like a story where somehow castor troy a cloned himself from you. Just you have different Castro Troy's running around green screen castor troy a loaded into the castor troy verse could eat me Peach. I mean I'll tell you what into the cage verse movie of Bunch Nicholas Cage Characters. They made a fucking being John Malkovich true a cage. It's not the worst idea of just people would freak out about it on a trailer and then we got an ad skit trailer for a movie that we made fun of we made fun of this movie and it's probably really fucking good and that's the White House for May twenty four white housekeepers trying to maintain their sanity while living on a remote mysterious series New England island in eighteen nineties. A Willem dafoe apparently is gonNA probably get a nomination for this. It looks fucking great like are I mean whatever like I'm we're GONNA continue making fun of this just because of what it is and how shot and we'll how it looks it looks pretty fucking awesome like it just does it was described in one of you sorry very troll as a lunatic dark comedy of cabin fever and much easement. That sounds awesome. It sounds like it's on Super Eight twenty four bill like I'm excited for this movie now. It's going to be great. It's going to be great Cedar Ready to live up to it. I will say though I don't don't think I put it on my top five still like I don't think I put on my top. I'm excited to see it. Don't get me wrong but like I don't think I put my top five five most at this point though we're running out of movies like by the fault that's almost up there. I mean I was happy to see jeopardy but ended up not living up to the hyper being number two on my list so that was number two on your list. What was it on my list yet? Chapter two was on your list and tell you what she wasn't on mine the cost they wouldn't Hashtag Hashtag it with wisdom has come out with the date. Dropping might ask comes out October eighteenth a month so basically a month limited did they do. They women thing. I would assume so yeah so we'll see we may not review right away if it's limited just out of availability but I lived in Montana's stuff you guys get one movie every two weeks so that's the truth the White House there's not much more to sandwich update that we're looking forward to it. That's all we got there. Look the fucking Nats Kendra. I've got an eight here we do. The year is two thousand nineteen in the losers club returns to dairy very unsure of what drew them there Richie.

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"I don't I don't really have any child. It comes up to like hey. I really like stranger. Things and you're like yeah but you haven't seen any of my funnier di- present stuff. I haven't seen any revive fucking stuff with Hidaka fucking piece of Shit Yeah. Yeah you seen <hes>. Do you know about Gil Mania. It I know cal- Mania I tried listening into some of that the other day and I was like this is completely insane. Those like a product yeah those <hes> the podcast. How long did you do the podcast. I mean not that long on that long. It took a lot of time and we were basically like producing albums every week. Yeah the surrealist comedy albums and by we I mean Cyrus Cyrus was producing right. I was coming in. I mean I sat there with him but like the bulk of the work I but yes so. It's like a lot of children. Yeah come up like yeah. Kids love show but a lot of people do a lot of school. I've really no. I know it's fucking know everybody. It's a ages right. They love it Brown. Show things I would say eh. What like ten show don't watch stranger things yes. It's worse for a two year old. They'll listen to this show uh-huh yeah two year old just listening to a podcast really struggle with codependency on some level but I oh yeah that's cool okay does this do. I brock this shirt well or is is it like you said. It's not very nice crisis. It's summertime okay great. It's it's like it's also like you weren't on strange stranger. Things might be a different story to you could pull off. You have a hit show. You could wear whatever you want but I'm like a real hop forty two year old you're doing you could wear the agency to where the cutoff yes. You know what I'm saying. I express myself through what I wear. I don't just put put on Clinton's soon self you. Do you do thank you definitely do and often admired your fashion about. I mean always yeah well. Yeah your ingesting well until like maybe like <hes> a couple of years ago. I didn't make dressing well until I met my ex wife yeah yeah she was like hey these like Brown. Mm Polyester Pants from urban outfitters go in the fucking trash yeah let me take you to ABC for some jail our urban outfitters for the first time in years recently. It's a surreal store to go and do some stuff. They sell is wild store for like eighth graders. It is a bit yeah. It's like they had a Hoodie that said creative director on it wo- I was like who is we know. It's there is a guy like what are those cool I. I decided they weren't and this clinch. Should I was like where'd you and it was like you know yeah in water and I was like what are these like urban outfitters only what <hes> mostly shop there and you live here. That's most of it is like. It's a weird experience shopping through there because it's like. I don't know it's all tech all the things they're technically like in style fashionable. It's all just really on the nose. I think what is is stuff that has been very niche popular that they aggregate gate a little late but not too late. You know what I'm saying. Yes surreal having all the items in one place where it's like if you bought all your shit from there you would look look crazy. The actual job section urban outfitters is wild the books books where it's like how to be a mother fucking girl boss..

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We pretend he was getting on to our sense if you're not familiar with what we do to Greg Cody's along time dinosaur columnist for the Miami Herald and because ageism is one of the few things left that you're allowed to make fun of we do does that make him look old he will not learn the clocks around here even though he's been on our show for years so at this point we just turned him into entertainment but still got this was legitimate from yesterday because we got him good we got him three times we got three times but the last one was the best one because we were building up to it and just all of us whispering among ourselves but he had gone on to the scent that when we do the polls if we say the polls are that segment he's on alert so now I've had to move the polls and say coming up next is the polls so he thinks there's more show and after we got him yesterday he looked this was just staring at him how could you have failed there again when we treat you and Greg Cody said what do you lest you people out there think he's acting what did he say to you wait the show's over it's unbelievable right now in a row so we started selling but Dan just promoted the polls for the next segment and I just stared at him because I don't want to reveal what it is we're doing but I'm telling you he's Startin to cat John like he was thinking it's all the wheels turning if you really think that I think about it he will now and so we had to change our strategy I'm just on you guys now well we'll get to the polls in a second but first I want to read you this tweet from that Billy ray Cyrus Cyrus interview this tweeter rights Billy ray Cyrus has no idea what the shift is in baseball the show all what was this person know that vitamin is because of that it wasn't because we actually want to know I could should seventeen weeks ago and he hasn't exactly had time to feel this I am we didn't know it was all at the same time like in this guy's writing in I got him you got it you cultural shift that's what he meant let me talk show on Twitter who is that guy Hey you guys did notice he knows nothing about this year he doesn't know very much about baseball I know he knows planning just hasn't felt the shift and he doesn't know.

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Bald Move TV

Bald Move TV

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Bald Move TV

"There was one episode that we did not get around the covering last at last week. It's called Rachel Jack and Ashley to T O. And in notably starred sensation Miley. Cyrus cyrus. I, I just blanked him with the Hannah, Montana and Jin did. So did you see this, or no no, I heard that this was easily the worst of the season which was an okay, but not very black Mary season and potentially the worst of the series. So I didn't even bother. I think that it's fair to say, it's the least black mirror. Okay. Intone like it's about future. And you're always expecting. Even if there's a happy ending for someone there's a price paid somewhere that's really dark. And that's what you expect from black mirror most of the time, and that wasn't this episode at all. Yeah. It's interesting because like there's been a lot of stuff in the news about like the fact like, you know, more about this than me like Britney Spears plate with her father, who owns her in like a legal way. Right. It still at thirty seven years old. This woman is under legal, guardianship of her lawyer inter father, and she can't control anything not her money her. She can't use a cell phone sh-. It seems absurd that this is an illegal actual thing that's happening. But you also see that, that's a story about a lot of young women Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Bines. A lot of child stars that grow up and have have just this damage. That's done to them. Is it Disney is that the problem here because so many of them come out of the Disney factory? I think it's all of them. Amanda Bines was on. It's just like you, you, we've said this a bit like a child stars. The fact that any rate because most of them Justin Timberlake himself, also started on the Mickey Mouse club. Yeah. The fact that any of them, make it out in any kind of psychological intactness is a miracle because it's just like that much money fame. With your brain and your emotional awareness developing. And if you have anything less than stellar parents, that scenario, right? In fact, that it's almost like I'm not saying that all, I don't, I don't know. But I've always wondered about like the parents of these children that, like you know this going in, and yet you push your children to, to anyway. You have to you have to know what would happen, right? First of all, you are just materially benefiting from your child until that child becomes an adult. So there's cases until they're older than thirty seven. At least. Yeah. Perverse incentives to, to put it mildly in these relationships. And right. And it seems like Miley Cyrus is one of those people who didn't I mean, I wouldn't say that her messing around with different genres music and doing drugs and things like that. I think those are relatively normal like twenty year old experiences she just had to live in front of the entire world. So maybe this episode was her own kind of, like therapy, or commenting on how feels the not have ownership of your own look in your, your Santa words coming out of your mouth and to have to be on all the time and rank. She is playing under eighteen. I don't know how she feels about her dad because they're the if that's true. Then there's also a lot of pointed commentary about your blood relatives taking advantage of you under the guise of being your mentor. Ray. I've been following Miley Cyrus for awhile. Never been a fan of just for music just because I wasn't a fan would never watch the Disney channel. She I remember there is this big blow up when she did a spread for Vanity Fair in any liebowitz took the photographs her father was there and present. But Miley Cyrus was nude. She was covered by ital-. Of course, she's not making a sixteen maybe in front of all of these people. But that was a huge deal issue. It was. And it seems like she's mostly on a supportive family. She worked out, all of these, yes, crazy. And then she became this huge advocate vocal advocate for women and LGBT rights years ago. I, I really become a Miley, Cyrus fan. Without actually being a Miley. Cyrus music fan, not a fan of her work, right? But her work, but her other words..

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"So the gods figured gypsies figured out that win things fell apart as a consequence of malevolence and everything fell into chaos. The right thing to worship was the ability to pay attention. So and it's not the same thing as the ability to think, it's different the ability to pay attention is before thinking and the ability to pay attention. Oh, something's gone wrong here. I'm in a state of chaos. My marriage is falling apart or we've had a bad fight. Let's say, and I don't know what's going on. How am I going to figure out what's going on? How about if I pay attention? Right. And so and you think well, what do you have to do to pay attention? You have to think. Well, the reason we're having a fight isn't because my wife is nicknamed bitch. Although that's very well. What the hell are you gonna think to begin with? Right. You're going to. I'm right. I'm right and she's wrong because that's bloody convenient because if she's wrong, then she gets to change and you can. Just stay the. That's right. Exactly. You don't want to change. You know, if you're going to change something that you like to and you're going to have to stop doing that will be the first thing. And so, and it won't be the last you'll have to figure out why your stupid and wrong, that's annoying. And then you have to rectify that. And then you'll have to tell her. How rectified it's like God, that's so annoying. It's easier for her to be a stupid bitch. But then definitely, but then you have a problem. The problem is you have to live with the stupid bitch. Yeah. Yeah. And so one of the things one of the things you might ask yourself if you do live with the stupid bitch, then perhaps you deserve that. And not only that not only that perhaps you had a major hand in creating it. So well, it's worth thinking about its. Although who wants to think about that? Now, nobody nobody wants to think about that. So so anyways. So what what happens? So what happens is ISIS makes herself pregnant, and she she she she she goes to under- world, she goes underworld, and she gives birth to Horace and Horace a bunch of things. So he's the I first of all, but he's also a falcons, so and that's a really interesting you remember The Lion King again. So it's a good way of making sense of the store. You know, how the king loofah had that bird? I don't remember his name. So that's him. That's him. Yeah. And he was the eye of the king. And so what does do he went above everything, flew above everything? And he watched everything so he was the eye of the king. And so the gyp Sion's knew that Horace was the God of attention, so horse was focused, and the reason that horse was a focus because can see better than any other animal, the only creatures on the planet that can see better than human beings birds of prey, so so that's why they used the falcons a symbol of paying attention now. So. Horace grew up, and he was different than those Cyrus Cyrus was the God of tradition. Blind. Willfully blind couldn't pay attention to his evil. Brother didn't notice that. He was being threatened could've but didn't was willfully blind. And so he was overthrown by the forces of malevolence, permanent problem in human history. Horace was born. And he's he's alert attention. He can see. But now he has a problem. What do you see when you can see and answer that is you see what you don't wanna see? Right. Because you know, it's easy to see what you wanna see. It doesn't take any real vision to see what you want to see to see what you don't wanna see that's a whole different story. And that's the thing about horse as he could see what he didn't wanna see..

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Start smoking weed. He says wacky stuff that she does. And there was a rousing tribute to one Dolly Parton, featuring Miley Cyrus Cyrus little big town, Katy Perry. An Casey must graves. Oh boy. Some really good stuff prior to that. Honestly Miley Cyrus sings better than I thought. She did. Yeah. Hairdo the auto tune saying she's singing pretty well. Of course, he was TV's Hannah Montana dad's, a famous singer certainly surprised why did they do the Neil young song? Did have a hand in writing that they sang after the gold rush that was on one of her biggest selling albums the album that she did with you can't think of the names now Emmylou Harris. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The trailed them other covered that I didn't know that. Okay. Linda, ronstadt. Yeah. Linda, ronstadt. Dahlie, part and can still really sing. I saw a little bit of that. Because one reviewer said Dolly Parton stood out among those other singers as the best singer. How old is she? She's well. He's home. She's seventy eight I think seventy five seventy hour on there. Anyway, some of her is the rest of hers, much, more up-to-date. Joe? Thanks. Yes. Fake boobs. What? That shouldn't she Marshall? Phillips, Armstrong and Getty show, the conscience of the nation. Singers in boobs, Katy Perry has a black face problem..

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Welcome back to coast to coast. Tobias Churton is our special guest this hour. We'll take your calls as well. Tobias. You wrote a book and incredible brook on their curly in America. Let's talk a little bit about him because he was pretty prominent in the sixties as well wasn't. He. Yes. And no, I my feeling of that currently in the sixties the sixties was ready for crazy. But crazy. Is it was it was very much a specialist interest. We find him, of course, on the cover of the Beatles. Pepper album. We not surprised to find it with John Lennon who wanted him up there. And but Netflix ever very few people actually noticed that there were a lot of people. There gurus make Jagger whatever who was the back in an Oscar Wilde and say, I'm so very well at all in that period. Ondeck known today, really because whenever he's meant most newspapers see we got a torrent of abuse about him. So, but of course, he was one of the prophets of the sixties. He predicted literally predicted. I mean, I'll give you an example he wrote in during the war Sakamoto born nineteen forty four. It just had to get out of London because buzz bombs from the from Germany smashing up the West End, and he wrote a letter to his American follower, a Grady mcmurtry who is left tenant in the in the American army at the time about to fight the battle of the boat in Europe. You may have seen the movie, but then every time we go to break from his military juices trying to defeat the Nazis mcmurtry would come back to England and see how is crazy and crazy rich molasses that he wanted him eventually to take over his his auto doodo temporary. And he says in this letter of nineteen late nineteen forty four. He says nineteen sixty five will be a very important in the gross of the child extraordinary. When I came to do the book. It was amazing. How many key sixties events happening sixty five it's the great turning so cronies area in the sixties. But he's as it were invisible. And and that was that's been one of the most interesting things is to dig that out in the fifty years since and he seems like a sixties legacy because I think. In america. People had to go through a psychological change from a fifties mentality to something else to even open themselves to to something a strange apparently strangers. I was crazy. I think the New York Times regarded crazy nine hundred sixty nine when his confessions with has published the unsung hero of AP's, which is a bit unkind to Croly and the hippies, but wasn't he considered evil? Tobias by many people. Yes. I think he was he was pasted as evil by all those who were threatened by washy represented. I think Jesus was also accused of working for Sates, and it's the usual thing I think clearly said that the devil is the God of any group. You don't like. And. No, he was never a arrested for a crime in his life. And there's no reason why he should be. I mean, the whole principle of his system. Love is the law love under will which means not this. So sloppy love is perpetually sentimental and weak weakening, but a a real desire to embrace realities in that in the light of the true will which is the divine mystery of man, and that's what he's is host system is an individualistic system to find and work with the what this divine mystery. Oh, what they sufis cool. The the is the divine mystery of man, the presence of God in the deepest recess of the soul, so to speak or what we sometimes call the spirit and spiritual engagement. He's fourteen stood for he was extremely outspoken in his day dealing with a world which. Even our grandparents don't know much about him. He is gracious period of development is what we call in England the reporting period nineteen hundreds before the first World War. He was up against the old order in a way, the whole twentieth century is is a battle with that old order, and there are a lot of people who like field order because they have vested interest in it. And he came to shake it up and to do to preach. The the. Horace the crowned and conquering child he was very in Egyptian religion. One of the route experiences a man's religious consciousness in in the development of man's spiritual awareness, and he used the image of onerous that the young God who avengers the death of a Cyrus. Cyrus is is is is is the sacrificial imagery of God. The quite familiar with in Christianity and the child rises up to to offend sorta by set usually evil. One can the Egyptian story as told in the first century. Anyway, core his followers to bias core. Buy who were Croly followers. I like to think he didn't have followers. I'd like to think he turn people on to be their own monsters to try and Mazda themselves. But of course, every every religious ends up with some followers, depending on what Sal is that they're left, and they will always attracts that in people craziest followers that he left behind when he died in nineteen forty seven where a mixed bunch largest number of them. And they weren't many was in California in Pasadena, whether it was a an OT. Oh. Run by Wilfred Smith who was an English ex patriot who'd gone to Canada, and then to California, and there were a few people dotted here and there I mean, he was absolutely tiny. And he had his main Representative was col Gumma we've been arrested by the SS in Nazi Germany as a follower of what they call the high free most the and put in a concentration camp in northern Germany, and he suffered that and eventually made his way to New York and by nineteen forty by the end of the war. He reached America and thanks to his American life. And he was any get you by Hubbard, and they the FBI you start handing in because he was German and of the old. I will school, and it was a fear that that could never tell with Crowley was a spy on. He was never never. I was at crazy abandoning in America from nineteen fourteen to nine hundred nineteen and it'd been investigated. The what was then the investigation the BPI when Hoover was a relatively junior part of it. And they they couldn't find anything more than than that. He he may have been working for the British secret service in some capacity or other who was always nervous about Crowley and the efforts to keep him out of America during the war, and he wanted to go over and see his followers Theresa in California. So really the revival of craziest. Thanks to the mostly. I think to the his is as loyal American follows some of them were not very well Gumma who succeeded him was a bit lax, shall we say, I think that's probably two kind in. I think he really got enough of Cody spirit to carry on carry on the task affective. And it wasn't until the nineteen sixties when Grady mcmurtry off the Gumma died in sixty two in Grady mcmurtry sees the reins and started to bring the whole thing back together again, and since it's taken many years. And to reconstitute. Re a realistic system of Crowly and sought in action in in groups like the well, I'm particularly the OT. Oh, the auto temporally oriented. I think a lot lot of people Tobias confused Croly with the satanist Anton l'abbaye, I think they thought the these two guys were wanting the same. Did you ever hear? That means this is this is this is absolutely right. I mean, currently didn't believe in a Satan. So but I was looking for. I didn't I didn't have much about. There's an ambiguity isn't there in the? Accounts of you having also Lucifer for the light bringer the MorningStar. And and therefore they have been the church will say, well, yes, he may be an angel, but he's a fallen angel then someone Saiful, but crazy was not interested at all in any colts of evil cetera. His basic watchword, which is an ancient one. Do what that will. The core is anything, but a a. Granting of a licensed to do as you. Please do as you will is do what? This is the idea again, if the divine mystery, we.

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05:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Hundred W R, E C and ninety two point one FM. And welcome back to coast to coast. Tobias Churton is our special guest this hour. We'll take your calls as well. Tobias. You wrote a book and incredible brook on Alastair curly in America. Let's talk a little bit about him because he was pretty prominent in the sixties as well wasn't. He. Yes. And no, I my feeling about currently in the sixties is the sixties was ready for crazy. But crazy. He was he was very much a specialist interest. We find him as coolest on the cover of the Beatles dodger pepper album, we not surprised to find. It was John Lennon who wanted him up there and Netflix ever very few people actually noticed that. There were a lot of people are gurus, Mick, Jagger, whatever who was the back in and and say. I'm so very well actual in that period ondeck well nine today. Really? Because whenever he's meant most newspapers, we we get a torrent of abuse about him. And so, but of course, he was one of the prophets of the sixties. He predicted literally predicted. I mean, I'll give you an example he wrote in during the war Sakamoto born nineteen forty four. It just had to get out of London because buzz bombs from the from Germany smashing up the West End, and he wrote a letter to his American follower, Grady mcmurtry who is a left tenant in the in the American army at the time about to fight the battle of the bulge in Europe. You may have seen the movie, but then every time we go to break from his military juices trying to defeat the Nazis. Mcclatchy would come back to England and see how is too crazy and crazy rich molasses? He wanted him eventually to take over his his order the auto Tempe oriented, and he says in this letter of ninety late nineteen forty four. He says nineteen sixty five will be a very important. Yeah. In the grossest child extraordinary when I came to do the book. It was amazing. How many key sixties events happening in sixty five. Yeah. It's the great turning. So he cravey's air in the sixties. But he's as it were invisible. And and that was that's been one of the most interesting things is to dig that out in the fifty years since and. He seems like a sixties legacy because I think. In america. People had to go through a psychological change from a fifties mentality to something else to even open themselves to to something as a strange apparently strangers. I think the New York Times regarded crazy nine hundred sixty nine when his confessions of has published the unsung heroes AP's, which is a bit unkind to Croly and the hippies. Yeah. But what's considered evil Tobias by many people? Yes. I think he was he was pasted as evil by all those who were threatened by washy represented. I think Jesus was also accused of working for Satan. It's the usual thing. I think crazy said that the devil is the God of any group. You don't like. And. No, he was never arrested for a crime in his life. And there's no reason why should be. I mean, the whole principle of his system. Love is the law love under will which means not this. So sloppy love is perpetually sentimental and weak weakening, but a real desire to embrace realities in the light of the true will which is the divine mystery. What is it? How system is an individualistic system to find and work with the what this divine mysterio, what they sufis cool to see if the divine mystery of man, the presence of God in the deepest recess of the soul, so to speak or what we sometimes call the spirit and spiritual engagement, he's forty stood for he was extremely outspoken in his day dealing with a world, which, you know, even our grandparents don't know much about him. He he's greatest period of development is what we call in England the award in nineteen hundreds before the first World War. He was up against the old order in a way, the whole twentieth century is is a battle with that old order, and there are a lot of people who likes the old order because they have the vested interest in it. And he came to shake it up and to to preach the. On the horse the crowned and conquering child he was very interested in Egyptian religion. He's one of the route experiences a man's religious consciousness in in the development of man's spiritual awareness, and he used the image of Horus the young God who avengers the death of a Cyrus Cyrus is is is is is the sacrificial image of God the.

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"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We'll see but. Okay. So this weekend was the last. I think it was the last SNL of the season. Okay. And Matt Damon Matt Damon and Miley Cyrus was the musical guest. She did not show up in any skits. And actually, I thought it was one of the stronger episodes of SNL we've had all season Donny posted. There was one good sketch were people were imitating different people were trying to try out for the Oscars and Matt Damon curly-haired McConnell. Hey, oh, how funny. It was a really good skit. Every just about everyone in the cast. The only thing that Pete Davidson did after his basically, it seemed like a suicide note. Saturday. He did introduce Miley Cyrus for the second musical number. So, but he wasn't in any skits or anything like that. So he he seems to be okay. And I guess all of his friends just he just might need to stay off Instagram and Twitter, just social media. Just screw it. Aneta volatile six months to meeting. Someone falling. Bipolar disorder, which is a very real thing. So. And then I also thought the skit where Matt Damon incessantly strongly does not get her credit on that show where they were kind of a lounge singer hysteria. That was very that was very good. And then Chris Miley everything. So the first song she does is nothing breaks like a hurt. Her new song, which we think is loosely sounds like Joe lean little bit. But the funniest thing is you tell me in you making look at it when I get in into your leg. Julia look at this. And you said Casey just kept wanting Miley to lift up her arms lift up, and I'm like, what are you talking about? Yeah. So we played the video of my Lee singing, and you can and she's wearing track bedazzled like a sparkling. Yeah. That's. Zipped, and she's got she's just ripped in her breasts. It doesn't look like there's tape to hold the jacket had to have been. Because every time we go lift your. He wanted to this. I know, but I. Instagram. I would and then she had high boots on her. So. She's gorgeous. She's gonna get a five-time jacket 'cause they love having her on. She brings it. Remember when she did wrecking ball out. Yeah. Good. So then. Pete. At the end of the show. Pete Davidson introduces Miley Cyrus Cyrus, and Mark Ronson, and Sean Ono Lennon who I was just crushing on in his top hat and his beard glasses. But he didn't introduce him. He just here's Miley Cyrus doing a John Lennon song. Happy Christmas for is over and I'm like. That looks like John Lennon's Dapo gainer, I've got a crush on him. He is really seriously hot is arms were ripped. I don't know. I really behold it was in the reposted it. And she had the most amazing is they Laurent dress kind of match the point said he is on the stay beautiful. So here's a little a Miley. Singing, happy Christmas war is over. Oh..

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"Would and then she had died high boots on her Sesostris. She's gorgeous. She's going to get a five-time jacket because they love having her on. She brings it remember when she did wrecking ball. Oh, yeah. Good. So then Pete. At the end of the show. Pete Davidson introduces Miley Cyrus Cyrus, and Mark Ronson, and Sean Ono Lennon who I was just crushing on in his top hat his beard and his glasses. But he didn't introduce him. He just here's Miley Cyrus doing a John Lennon song. Happy Christmas war is over. And I'm like. That looks like John Lennon's Dapo gainer, I got a crush on him. He is really seriously hot arms Repton. I don't know. I really anyway, behold. It was him the posted it, and she had on the most amazing is they Laurent dress that kind of match the point said he is on the stay beautiful. So here's a little a Miley. Singing, happy Christmas war is over. Chris. Foaming amazing. She.

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"T minus one day before Nastase Cyrus Rex spacecraft arrives at its intended target an asteroid named Ben who they're the spacecraft will spend a year and a half collecting mineral rich samples to return to earth and shed light on the origins of our solar system. One person who is very excited for this event is Michael Puzzo. He's a high school freshman from Greensboro North Carolina back when he was eight years old at Cyrus Rex was still on earth. There was an ad that said named asteroid if you're a kid and so my dad bug me to look up the name of Cyrus Cyrus. Of course is an Egyptian God of the dead. I saw that he had been killed by his brother, and he returned to earth in the form of venue. Benue is depicted as Heron in old Egyptian drawings and Puzo thought that the Aspira wreck spacecraft looked like the. Bird with its long, neck and wings. So Poos you along with eight thousand other students from all over the world sent entries to the planetary society which held contest and after a year, the group chose Begnaud to replace the old name of asteroid one nine nine nine argue thirty six when my dad told me I had one I freaked out because I'd forgotten about it in two thousand sixteen Peugeot was invited by the planetary society to watch the official launch of a Cyrus wrecks on its way to do. That was awesome. When that countdown went off, Bill Nye told me, the first thing you're going to do is you're going to see the rocket. Then you're going to hear the rocket. And then you're gonna feel the rocket. And I didn't know what he meant until we felt the building shake, and that was really really cool tomorrow at around noon eastern, time, Cyrus wrecks and Banu will finally meet who's your says he doesn't plan on giving up on the stars. And what he'd like? More than anything is a giant increase to federal spending for NASA. I'm hoping to see myself in astronaut corps, something only time and space, and our government can tell the character of Jeeves is such a colossus of fiction that the name is actually a synonym for a man who is a personal servant to another man in PG would houses comic masterpieces Jeeves was the unflappable manservant to birdie Worcester, the young English Sophisticat who frequently got into Capers and scrapes that only Jeeves could get him out of with the permission of the Woodhouse estate. There is a new Jeeves novel out it's called Jeeves and the king of clubs this time written by bestselling author. Ben Schott who says it is an image. But with its own updated twist. He joins us now from New York, welcome. Thank you for having me. I'm going to ask you to read the first opening scene of your book. I was idling away the pre cocktail on we flicking cards into the coast guttural when in battle Jeeves with the quenching. Trey you whisky and soda. So he murmured placing a perfectly judged at tumbler at my elbow. I thanked him with a nod sinking with these the six of hearts beautiful so humble Jeeves. So there's no place like home as I am led to believe, sir. I mean Monte Carlo is all well and good, but there's only so much backer Aratu can play. So so many tiny snails he can win clout with one of those contraptions Pence s goose before one morning, he takes a long hard look in the mirror and asks I wonder how Mesa was muddling along without me. That is amazing. You're suddenly transported to the world of birdie. And jeeves. I want to start by asking you. What does that mean to you? I was going to say, it means everything. I mean, it was a well that I've loved since I was a child like I think a lot of Woodhouse fans. The book was read to me by an aged relatives. And I remember probably not understanding all of the language not all of the plots. But just being absolutely engulfed by this wonderful world, he created and the words he used and the glorious similarities and just the sheer joy and delight of something that was frivolous, but incredibly well-crafted. Yeah. I mean, I think that is what draws us all to it is delightful. And I want to talk about the language in your book. You use words like something's described as dreadfully spooning people say Hello with a what ho Crump? It's. That's not how we speak today. Obviously, it's not almost the pity. I would say is. So the words of the secrets of Woodhouse does oversee plots and is obviously characters but every single word every syllable has to ring true. And it's an opportunity to make a mistake and be an chronicity pick. But it's just absolutely captured the moment and the time and the texture of the period. Do you have a favorite thing that you wrote like a favorite phrase that you were just like oh nailed it? I do quite there was a phrase he flicked his lighter meaningfully like an arsonist in a hayloft. Nailed it. What I did. I read everything outlet every sentence read out loud, maybe twenty thirty times as I write and as I rewrote edited. Because it's an oral experience even though you read it it has to sound perfect. And you can only get that by reading it and reading reading like polish pebble shave off all the sharp pitches. So every word glides in a light into the next and before, you know, it you'll you I hope you find something funny without realizing you're being led down this comic path sounds like it was so much fun to right? It's the most fun. I've ever had with words. Yes. My twelfth book. It was actually I handed it in early two months early because it has no author ever, partly because it was such fun to write that. I just wrote it, and I was scared that if I carried on picking at it. I'd sort of break the gossamer spell. Yeah. And you actually added a lexicon at the end explaining the terms and their providence. Yes. So peachy would houses used by the Oxford English dictionary to define one thousand five hundred and twenty-five words, wow, bonds. He's also the first cited author for twenty six words as in. He's the first person we think these words Donald use them everything from Chris Bish to whistled, and of course, famously come spiff. Famous in my love, this is a Woodhouse original. And I saw all of these twenty six words are secreted into the book hidden there is little Easter eggs. Amongst many Easter eggs for fans of Woodhouse. Well, when we talk about your involvement in this man, how did it come about? Well, like all stories these days it started with Donald Trump. This is true in two thousand sixteen you recall, Donald Trump's Butler or former Butler came out and suggested that President Obama should be assassinated. Yeah. Actually, the former Butler wrote on social media that Obama should be quote hung for treason, which is not ill mannered that actually problematic in terms of the secret service. But for me, it was like, well, this is great. There aren't many times butlers hit the headlines. My initial thought was what would Jesus say. And so we should be clergy's isn't actually about Louis. He's a gentleman's personal gentleman. And he was very upset to be called a Butler or a valid. But that's an aside. A little short story about Donald Trump meeting Jeeves Wooster at Brinkley court, and that was published and people didn't absolutely hate it. Which is what I was expecting and the reaction was positive and quite encouraging. So I carried on writing and I thought well, all right. Let's write something. But let's twist the world five degrees to starboard and in this book, but he accidentally becomes a Brit. Spy and the villains in this book want to make Britain great again, which of course, has resonance to this moment. Absolutely. So you can't write a book without being cognizant of the period in which you're writing. And of course, you know, PG Woodhouse introduce bode as a bad character a time when sort of fascism was stirring in Europe. And so I wanted to maybe make some subtle nods to the political situation in America. And of course, Brexit in England. So there's a Trumpian moments, and there's Brexit moments with blue passports, which some people and some characters take very seriously. Indeed, what do you think that people should get out of your version of Jeeves and birdie? Well, I hope they get the joy of Woodhouse. I think people who don't necessarily know that kind of think, it's posh twits. I need to translate your British slang, meaning sort of fancy I can only think of actually slurs fancy a fancy imbecile. Yeah. But sort of good natured and slightly foolish, but the heart's in the right place. Even if sometimes, you know, the busy throwing bread rolls at each other over dinner. So I what I tried to do is to get each of the characters voices Burti certain voice, Jesus you've heard has a certain tone of voice and language. Do you need voice? I didn't try to write was would houses because you can't there's no one who can write like him. And I didn't want to have a pastiche of him or parody of him. I wanted to write imperil. So that's when my voice comes in. You know, I didn't want people to read it and think oh he's trying too hard. I wanted it to feel like a Woodhouse book the was truly an on March to someone who is the greatest craft of comic fiction. I think in the English language will there be more? Well, I hope so I mean there are options. I think I hope. Neatly tied up at the end. But there is a dot dot dot. So we'll see I mean, as I say these characters such fun to work with because they're fully rounded, and they have real voices, and you can sort of take them anywhere and put them anywhere, and they just do wonderfully funny. Silly things then shot his book is Jeeves and the king of clubs. Thank you so much. It's a pleasure. Thank you. This is weekend. Addition from NPR news where we don't have any Jesus, I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. You can reach me on Twitter at Laura's Navarro, happy Hannukah, thanks for listening and happy central. Support.

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10:34 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus cyrus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"President George Hw Bush will lie in state in the nation's capital starting Monday. We will have more about the forty first president's life and legacy on morning edition. Tune in. This is loose logs. Started December second twenty eighteen but we explore matters of space stars and the universe. It's t minus one day before Nassar's Cyrus Rex spacecraft arrives at its intended target an asteroid named Ben who they're the spacecraft will spend a year and a half collecting mineral-rich samples to return to earth and shed light on the origins of our solar system. One person who is very excited for this event is Michael Puzzo. He's a high school freshman from Greensboro North Carolina back when he was eight years old at Cyrus Rex was still on earth. There was an ad that said named asteroid if you're a kid and so my dad bug me to look up the name of Cyrus Cyrus. Of course is an option God of the dead. I saw that he had been killed by his brother, and he returned to earth in the form of venue. Then who is depicted as a Heron in old Egyptian drawings and Puzo thought that the Aspira wreck spacecraft looked like the. Bird with its long, neck and wings. So push you along with eight thousand other students from all over the world sent entries to the planetary society which held a contest and after a year, the group chose to replace the old name of asteroid one nine nine nine our Q thirty six when my dad told me I had one I freaked out because I'd forgotten about it in two thousand sixteen Peugeot was invited by the planetary society to watch the official launch of a Cyrus wrecks on its way to do. That was awesome. When that countdown went off on I told me the first thing you're going to do you're going to see the rocket. Then you're going to hear the rocket. And then you're gonna feel the rocket. And I didn't know what he meant until we felt the building shake, and that was really really cool tomorrow at around noon eastern, time, Cyrus wrecks and Benno will finally meet who's your says he doesn't plan on giving up on the stars. And what he'd like? More than anything is a giant increase to the federal spending for NASA. I'm hoping to see myself in astronaut corps, something only time and space, and our government can tell the character of Jeeves is such a colossus fiction that the name is actually a synonym for a man who is a personal servant to another man in PG would houses comic masterpieces Jeeves was the unflappable manservant to birdie Worcester, the young English sophisticated who frequently got to Capers and scrapes that only Jeeves could get him out of with the permission of the Woodhouse estate. There is a new Jeeves novel out it's called Jeeves and the king of clubs this time written by bestselling author. Ben Schott who says it is an image. But with its own updated twist. He joins us now from New York, welcome. Thank you for having me. I'm going to ask you to read the first opening scene of your book. I was away the pre cocktail on we flicking cards into the coast guttural when in battle Jeeves with the quenching. Trey you'll whiskey in Sudas. He murmured placing a perfectly judged a tumbler at my elbow. I thanked him with a nod sinking with these six of hearts. Ever so humble Jeeves. So there's no place like home as I am led to believe, sir. I mean Monte Carlo is all well and good, but there's only so much backer Ratto man can play. So so many tiny snails you can winkle out with one of those little contraptions Pence is gone goose before one morning. He takes a long hard look in the mirror and asks I wonder how Mayfair is muddling along without me. That is amazing. You're suddenly transported to the world of birdie. And jeeves. I want to start by asking what does that word mean to you? I was gonna say, it means everything. I mean, it was a world that I've loved since. I was a child like I think a lot of Woodhouse fans. The book was read to me Bhai an aged relative. Am I remember probably not understanding all of the language and not all of the plots? But just being absolutely engulfed by this wonderful world, he created and the words he used and the glorious similarities and just the sheer joy and delight of something that was frivolous, but incredibly well-crafted. Yeah. I mean, I think that is what draws us all to it. It is delightful. And I want to talk about the language in your book. You use words like something's described as dreadfully spooning people say Hello with what ho Crump. It's. That's not how we speak today. It's not an most the pity. I would say is. So the words of the secrets of Woodhouse there's oversee plots and there's obviously characters but every single word every syllable has to ring true. And it's easy to make a mistake can be an acronym static. But it's also an opportunity just absolutely captured the moment and the time and the texture of the period. Do you have a favorite thing that you wrote like a favorite phrase that you were just like oh nailed it? I do quite there was a phrase he flicked his lighter meaningfully like an arsonist in a hayloft. Nailed it. What I did. I read everything outlet every sentence. I read out loud, maybe twenty thirty times as I write and as I rewrote edited. Because it's an oral experience even though you read it it has to sound perfect. And you can only get that by reading reading reading like polish pebble shave off all the sharp pitches. So every word glides in a light into the next and before, you know, it you'll find something funny without realizing you'll being led down this path. It sounds like it was so much fun to right? It's the most fun. I've ever had with words. Yes. My twelfth book. It was actually I handed in early two months early because it has no author ever, partly because it was such fun to write that. I just wrote it, and I was scared that if I carried on picking it I'd sort of break the gossamer spell. Yeah. And you actually added a lexicon at the end explaining the terms and their providence. Yes. So peachy Woodhouse is used by the Oxford English dictionary to define one thousand five hundred and twenty-five words. Wow. But he's also the first cited author for twenty six words as in. He's the first person we think rape these words down or use them everything from Chris Bish to withold, and of course, famously come spiff. Famous in my love, this is a Woodhouse original. And so all of these twenty six words are secreted into the book hidden there is little Easter eggs amongst many Easter eggs for fans of Woodhouse. Well, when we're talk about your involvement in this man, how did it come about? Well, like all stories these days it started with Donald Trump. This is true in two thousand sixteen identity recall don't Trump's Butler or former Butler came out in suggested that President Obama should be assassinated. Yeah. Actually, the former Butler wrote on social media that Obama should be quote hung for treason, which is not only slightly ill mannered, but actually problematic in terms of the secret service. But for me, it was like, well, this is great. There aren't many times Butler's the headlines. My initial thought was the what would Jesus say. And so I wrote a deed, we should be clergy's isn't actually a Butler. He's a gentleman's personal gentleman, and he's very upset to be called a Butler or a valid. But that's an aside. A little short story about Donald Trump meeting Jason Worcester at Brinkley court, and that was published and people didn't absolutely hate it. Which is what I was expecting and the reaction was positive and quite encouraging. So I carried on writing and I thought well, all right. Let's write something. But let's twist the world five degrees to starboard and in this book, but he accidentally becomes. British spy and the villains in this book. Want to make Britain great again, which of course, has resonance to this moment. Absolutely. So you write a book without being cognizant of the period in which you're writing. And of course, you know, PG Woodhouse introduce bode as a bad character at a time when sort of fascism was stirring in Europe. And so I wanted to maybe make some subtle nods to the political situation in America. And of course, Brexit in England. So there's a Trumpian moments, and there's Brexit moments with blue passports, which some people and some characters take very seriously. Indeed, what do you think that people should get out of your version of Jeeves and Bertie what I hope they get the joy of Woodhouse? I think people who don't necessarily know that kind of think it's posh twits, I need to I think translate your British slang, meaning sort of fancy I can only think of actually slurs fancier a fancy imbecile. Yeah. But sort of good natured and slightly foolish the heart's in the right place. Even if sometimes throwing bread. Drills at each other over dinner. So I what I try to do is to get each of the characters voices Burti certain voice, Jesus you've heard has certain tone of voice and language. Do I didn't try to write was would houses because you can't there's no one who can write like him. And I didn't want to have a pastiche of him or parody of him. I wanted to write in parallel. So that's where my voice comes in. I didn't want people to read it and saying, oh, he's trying too hard. I wanted it to feel like Woodhouse book the was truly on on March to someone who is the greatest Crafter of comic fiction. I think in the English language will there be more? Well, I hope so I mean there are options. I think I hope. Neatly tied up at the end. But there is a dot dot dot. So we'll see I mean, as I say these characters are such fun to work with because they're fully rounded, and they have real voices, and you can sort of take them anywhere and put them anywhere, and they just do wonderfully funny. Silly things then shot his book is Jeeves and the king of clubs. Thank you so much. It's a pleasure. Thank you. This is weekend edition from NPR news where we don't have any Jesus I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. You can reach me on Twitter at Laura's, Gina Varo, happy. Hanukkah. Thanks for listening. Happy son. Support.

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"President George Hw Bush will lie in state in the nation's capital starting Monday. We will have more about the forty first president's life and legacy on morning edition. Tune in. This is loose. Log start eight December second twenty eighteen. But we explore matters of space stars and the universe. It's t minus one day before Nassar's Cyrus Rex spacecraft arrives at its intended target an asteroid named Ben who they're the spacecraft will spend a year and a half collecting mineral-rich samples to return to earth and shed light on the origins of our solar system. One person who is very excited for this event is Michael Puzzo. He's a high school freshman from Greensboro North Carolina back when he was eight years old at a Cyrus Rex was still on earth. There was an ad that said named asteroid if you're a kid and so my dad bug me to look up the name of Cyrus Cyrus. Of course is an Egyptian God of the dead. I saw that he had been killed by his brother, and he returned to earth in the form of venue. Ben is depicted as a Heron in old Egyptian drawings and Puzo thought that the Aspira wreck spacecraft looked like the. Bird with its long, neck and wings. So push along with eight thousand other students from all over the world sent entries to the planetary society which held a contest and after a year, the group chose Begnaud to replace the old name of asteroid one nine nine nine are Q thirty six when my dad told me I had one I freaked out because I'd forgotten about it in two thousand sixteen Peugeot was invited by the planetary society to watch the official launch of a Cyrus wrecks on its way to do. That was awesome. When that countdown went off, Bill Nye told me, the first thing you're going to do is you're going to see the rocket. Then you're going to hear the rocket. And then you're gonna feel the rocket. And I didn't know what he meant until we felt the building shake, and that was really really cool tomorrow at around noon eastern, time, Cyrus wrecks and Benno will finally meet Puzzo says he doesn't plan on giving up on the stars. And what he'd like? More than anything is a giant increase to the federal spending for NASA. I am hoping to see myself in the astronaut corps, something only time and space, and our government can tell the character of Jeeves is such a colossus fiction that the name is actually a synonym for a man who is a personal servant to another man in PG would houses comic masterpieces Jeeves was the unflappable manservant to birdie Worcester, the young English sophisticated who frequently got into Capers and scrapes that only Jeeves could get him out of with the permission of the Woodhouse estate. There is a new Jeeves novel out it's called Jeeves and the king of clubs this time written by bestselling author. Ben Schott who says it is an image. But with its own updated twist. He joins us now from New York, welcome. Thank you for having me. I'm going to ask you to read the first opening scene of your book. I was Eileen away. The pre cocktail on we flicking cards into the coast guttural when in battle Jeeves quenching. Trey you whiskey in Suda. He murmured placing perfectly judged tumbler at my elbow. I thanked him with a nod sinking with these the six of hearts beautiful so humble Jeeves. So there's no place like home as I am led to believe, sir. I mean, Monte Carlo is all well and good. So, but there's only so much backer. Batman can play. So so many tiny snails he can win clout with one of those different contraptions Pence is gong is before one morning. He takes a long hard look in the mirror and asks I wonder how Mesa is muddling along without me. That is amazing. You're suddenly transported to the world of birdie. And jeeves. I want to start by asking what does that word mean to you? I was gonna say, it means everything. I mean, it was a welder. I've loved since I was a child like I think a lot of Woodhouse fans. The book was read to me by an aged relatives. And I remember probably not understanding all of the language and not of the plots, but just being absolutely engulfed by this wonderful world, he created and the words used and the glorious symbolise and just the sheer joy and delight or something that was triple been incredibly well crafted. Yeah, I mean, I I think that is what draws us all to it. It is delightful. And I want to talk about the language in your book. You use words like something's described as dreadfully spoon. People say Hello with what ho Crump. It's that's not how we speak today. Obviously, it's not an most the pity. I would say is. So the words of the secrets of Woodhouse does oversee plots and characters but every single word every syllable has to ring true. And it's the opportunity to make a mistake can be an acronym stick, but it's also an opportunity just to absolutely captured the. Moment from the time and the texture of the period. Do you have a favorite thing that you wrote like a favorite phrase that you were just like oh nailed. It do quite there was a phrase he flicked his lighter meaningfully like an arsonist in a hayloft. Nailed it. What I did. I read everything outlet every sentence. I read out loud, maybe twenty thirty times as I write. And as I rewrote as I edited because it's an oral experience. Even though you read it it has to sound pass it, and you can only get that by reading it and reading reading like polish Pepple shave off all the sharp pitches. So every word glides in light into the next and before, you know, it you'll find something funny without realizing you'll being led down this path. It sounds like it was so much fun to right? It's the most fun. I've ever had with words. Yes. My twelfth book. It was actually a handed in early two months early because it has no author ever, partly because it was such fun to write that. I just wrote it, and I was scared that if I carried on picking at it. I'd sort of break the gossamer spell, and you actually added a lexicon at the end explaining the terms and their providence. Yes. So peachy would his used by the Oxford English dictionary to define one thousand five hundred and twenty-five words. Wow, bats, he's also the first cited author for twenty six words as in. He's the first person we think these words Donald use them everything from crispy fish to whistled. And of course, famously come spiff. Famous in my love, this is a Woodhouse original. And I I so all of these twenty six words are secreted into the book hidden there is little Easter eggs amongst many Easter eggs for fans of Woodhouse. Well, when they're talking about your involvement in this man, how did it come about? Well, like all stories these days started, Donald Trump. This is true in two thousand sixteen identity recall. Don't Trump's Butler will former Butler came out in suggested that President Obama should be assassinated. Yeah. Actually, the former Butler wrote on social media that Obama should be quote hung for treason, which is not only study ill mannered, but actually problematic in terms the secret service. But for me, it was like, well, this is great. There aren't many times butlers hit the headlines. My initial thought Jeeves say, and so we should be clergy's isn't actually a badly. He's a gentleman's personal gentleman. And he was very upset to be called a Butler or a valid. But that's an aside. I've surveyed little short story about. Donald Trump meeting Jesus at Brinkley court, and that was published and people didn't absolutely hate it. Which is what I was expecting and the reaction was positive and quite encouraging. So I carried on writing and I thought well, all right. That's right something. But let's twist the world five degrees to starboard and in this book, but he accidentally becomes a British spy and the villains in this book want to make Britain great again, which of course, has resonance to this moment. Absolutely. So you can't write a book without being cognizant of the period in which you're writing. And of course, you know, PG Woodhouse introduce bode as bad character at a time when fascism was starring in Europe. And so I wanted to maybe make some subtle nods to the political situation in America. And of course, Brexit in England. So there's a Trumpian moments, and there's Brexit moments with brew passports, which some people and some carriages take very seriously. Indeed, what do you think that people should get out of your version of g? Jason birdie. What I hope they get the joy of Woodhouse. I think people who don't necessarily know that of think, it's posh twits. I need to. I think translate your British slang, meaning sort of fancy I can only think of actually slurs fancier a fancy in Vissel. Yeah. But it's sort of good natured and slightly foolish the heart's in the right place. Even if sometimes, you know, the T busy starring bread rolls at each other. So I what I try to do is to get each of the characters voices. Bertie has a certain voice Jesus. You've heard has a certain tone of voice and language. Do unique voice. I didn't try to write was would houses because you can't there's no one who can write like him. And I didn't want to have a pastiche of him or parody of him. I wanted to write in parallel. So that's where my voice comes in. You know, I didn't want people to read it and saying, oh, he's trying too hard. I wanted it to feel like Woodhouse book, the was truly an on March to someone who is the greatest craft of conversation. I think in the English language will there be more? Well, I hope so I mean there are options, I think I hope. Neatly tied up at the end. But there is a dot dot dot. So we'll see I mean, as I say these characters such funds work with because they're fully rounded, and they have real voices, and you can sort of take them anywhere and putting them anywhere, and they just do wonderfully funny. Silly things then shot his book is Jeeves and the king of clubs. Thank you so much. It's a pleasure. Thank you. This is weekend. Addition from NPR news where we don't have any Jesus, I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. You can reach me on Twitter at Laura's, Gina Varo, happy Hannukah. Thanks for listening and happy. Support.

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"President George Hw Bush will lie in state in the nation's capital starting Monday. We will have more about the forty first president's life and legacy on morning edition. Tune in. This is Lula slog started December second twenty eighteen. We explore matters of space stars and the universe. It's t minus one day before Nassar's Cyrus Rex spacecraft arrives at its intended target an asteroid named Ben who they're the spacecraft will spend a year and a half collecting mineral-rich rich samples to return to earth and shed light on the origins of our solar system. One person who is very excited for this event is Michael Puzzo. He's a high school freshman from Greensboro North Carolina back when he was eight years old at Cyrus Rex was still on earth. There was an ad that said named asteroid if you're a kid and so my dad bug me to look up the name of Cyrus Cyrus. Of course, isn't a God of the dead. I saw that he had been killed by spreader and he returned to earth in the form of venue. Then who is depicted as Heron in old Egyptian drawings Puzo thought that the Aspira s- wreck spacecraft looked like the. Bird with its long, neck and wings. So along with eight thousand other students from all over the world sent entries to the planetary society which held a contest and after a year, the group chose then to replace the old name of asteroid one nine nine nine are Q thirty six when my dad told me I had one I freaked out because I'd forgotten about it in two thousand sixteen Peugeot was invited by the planetary society to watch the official launch of a Cyrus wrecks on its way to do. That was awesome. When that countdown went off, Don, I told me the first thing you're going to do you're going to see the it. Then you're going to hear the rocket. And then you're gonna feel the rocket. And I didn't know what he meant until we felt the building shake, and that was really really cool tomorrow at around noon eastern, time, Asaraha's wrecks, and will finally meet who's your says he doesn't plan on giving up on the stars. And what he'd like? More than anything is a giant increase to the federal spending for NASA. I'm hoping to see myself in astronaut corps, something only time and space, and our government can tell the character of Jeeves is such a colossus a fiction that the name is actually a synonym for a man who is a personal servant to another man in PG Woodhouse houses comic masterpieces Jeeves was the unflappable manservant to birdie Worcester, the young English sophisticate who frequently got into Capers and scrapes that only Jeeves could get him out of with the permission of the Woodhouse estate. There is a new Jeeves novel out it's called Jeeves and the king of clubs this time written by bestselling author. Ben Schott who says it is an image. But with its own updated twist. He joins us now from New York, welcome. Thank you for having me. I'm gonna ask you to read the first opening scene of your book. I was feeling away the pre cocktail on we flicking cards into the coast full when in battle Jeeves with the quenching trae. Way you whisky and soda, sir. He murmured placing a perfectly judged at tumbler at my elbow. I thanked him with a nod sinking with these the six of hearts beat ever so humble Jeeves. So there's no place like home as I am led to believe, sir. I mean Monte-Carlo is all well and good. But there's only so much back rat American play. So so many tiny snails he can win clout with one of those different contraptions escargots before one morning. He takes a long hard look in the mirror and asks I wonder how Mayfair is muddling along without me. That is amazing. You're suddenly transported to the world of birdie and Jeeves. I want to start by asking. What does that mean to you? I was going to say, it means everything. I mean, it was a world that I've loved since. I was a child. I think a lot of Woodhouse fans. The book was read to meet by aged relatives. And I remember probably not understanding all of the language and not all of the plots, but just being absolutely engulfed by this wonderful world, he created and the words he used and the glorious similarities in just the sheer joy and delight of something that was frivolous, but incredibly well-crafted. Yeah. I mean, I think that is what draws us all to it. It is delightful. And I want to talk about the language in your book. You use words like something is described as dreadfully spooning people say Hello with a what ho Crump pits. That's not how we speak today. Obviously, it's almost a pity. I would say the words of the secrets would house there's oversee plots and there's obviously characters but every single word every syllable has to ring true. And it's an opportunity to make a mistake can be an acronym static. But it's also an opportunity just absolutely captured the moment from the time and the texture of the period. Do you have a favorite thing that you wrote like a favorite phrase that you were just like oh nailed it? I do quite there was a phrase he flicked his lighter meaningfully like an arsonist in a hayloft. Nailed it. I did what I did. I read everything outlet. Every sentence. I read out loud, maybe twenty thirty times as I write and as I reread edited because it's an oral experience. Even though you read it it has to sound perfect. And you can only get that by reading it and reading reading like polish pebble shave off all the sharp pitches. So every word glides in a light into the next and before, you know, it you'll you I hope you find something funny without realizing you'll being led down this comic path sounds like it was so much fun to right? It's the most fun. I've ever had words. Yes. My twelfth book. It was actually a handed in early two months early because it has no author ever because it was such fun to write that. I just wrote. And I was scared that if I carried on picking at it. I'd sort of break the gossamer spell. Yeah. And you actually added a lexicon at the end explaining the terms and their providence. Yes. So peachy Woodhouse is used by the Oxford English dictionary to define one thousand five hundred and twenty five words, but he's also the first cited author for twenty six words, as he's the first person, we think these words down or use them everything from Chris Bush too with alled, and of course, famously spiff. Famous in my look, this is a good house original. And I so all of these twenty six words are secreted into the book hidden there is little Easter eggs. Amongst many Easter eggs the fans of Woodhouse. Well, we'll talk about your involvement in this mean, how did it come about? Well, like all stories these days it started with Donald Trump. This is true in two thousand sixteen identity recall Donald Trump's Butler or former Butler came out and suggested that President Obama should be assassinated. Yeah. Actually, the former Butler wrote on social media that Obama should be quote hung for treason, which is not any slightly ill mannered, but actually problematic in terms of the secret service. But for me, it was like, well, this is great. There weren't many times butlers hit the headlines in my initial thought what would Jeeves say, and so I wrote a need we should be clergy's isn't actually about like, he's a gentleman's personal gentleman and very upset to be called a Butler or valid. But that's an aside. A little short story about Donald Trump meeting Jesus in Worcester at Brinkley court, and that was published and people didn't absolutely hate it. Which is what I was expecting and the reaction was positive and quite encouraging. So I carried on writing and I thought well, all right. That's right something. But let's twist the world five degrees to starboard and in this book, but he accidentally becomes a bridge. Spy and the villains in this book. Want to make Britain great again, which of course, has resonance to this moment. Absolutely. So you write a book without being cognizant of the period in which you're writing. And of course, you know, PG Woodhouse introduce bode as a bad character at a time when sort of fascism was stirring in Europe. And so I wanted to maybe make some subtle nods to the political situation in America. And of course, Brexit in England. So there's a Trumpian moments and Brexit moments with blue passports, which some people and some carriages take very seriously. Indeed, what do you think that people should get out of your version of Jeeves and Bertie? Well, I hope they get a joy of Woodhouse. I think people who did this is sarah-anne. No, they kind of think, it's posh twits. I need to I think translate British slang, meaning sort of fancy. I can only think of actually slurs fancier a fancy imbecile. Yeah. But it's sort of good natured and slightly foolish. The heart's in the right place. Even if sometimes the TV's touring bread rolls at each other at the dinner. So I what I try to do is to get each of the characters voices birdie has a certain voice Jesus. You've heard has a certain tone of voice and language. Do you need voice? I didn't try to write was would houses because you can't there's no one who can write like him. And I didn't want to have a pastiche of him or parody of him. I wanted to write in parallel. So that's when my voice comes in. I didn't want people to read it and think oh he's trying too hard. I wanted it to feel like a Woodhouse book was truly on on March to someone who is the greatest Crafter of comic fiction. I think in the English language. Well, there'd be more. Well, I hope so I mean there are options. I think I hope. Neatly tied up at the end. But there is a dot dot dot. So we'll see I mean, as I say these characters such fun to work with because they're fully rounded, and they have real voices, and you can sort of take them anywhere and put them anywhere, and they just do wonderfully funny. Silly things then shot his book is Jeeves and the king of.

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"The nogo than fouled out a couple of minutes later carrington would foul out but this guy would not fell harrington odd near centrecourt hands it off the enzi not a rodriguez moving right at the head of the circle back to carrington tend to shoot behind delgado's rainbows left gives back to rodriguez rightwing for three it's twenty nine points seat role these by nine seventy five sixty six with two minutes to there'd be more down the stretch from desert but depaul would make things interesting in the last minute does he runs the baseline gets into the kale doubleteamed is past rodriguez him on the baseline is fast stolen by cyrus cyrus get softer roberts roberts all the way to the bucket and todd i call by the paul then the freshmen would started missing free throws a got a little wacky jordan walker missed two roberts miss one out of two four the paul rodriguez hit two preceding hall the put them up by five when the paul got the ball back seventy nine seventy four seton hall thirty five seconds cane across they'd court down the right side hands off the stru struse along the sideline against kale headfake spires up a three it's god waqar then got fouled by the paul and he would go to the lined with twenty four point eight seconds left he made only one out of two so jordan walker the freshman made one out of four free throws in the last minute of this game to paul would have one last chance here comes robert sutter backcourt twenty two seconds roberts down the right side the pulled down by three hands off the cyrus cyrus moving left gives it a kane kane guarded by waqar fifteen secondskin civilain came to the bucket sorry about traffic stop where they go they needed a three kind of they went for the two cain had a decent shot added after he drove by walker and he missed it he just flat out misted rodriguez secured the big rebound made both free throws with eight point six seconds left at seton hall holds on for an eighty two seventy seven win over to paul here in newark desi rodriguez a new career high thirty three points the also at eight rebounds two assists and two steals 4 3pointers today one of four pirates in double figures delgado had 16 points nineteen boards 12 for pal eleven four carrington.

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