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"d bernstein" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"When he was growing up, Leonard Bernstein put on all kinds of musical shows with his friends, even operas. Eventually, Bernstein got a job putting on shows at a summer camp. After he graduated from college, Bernstein shared an apartment in New York with one of his coworker friends from that camp, adolph green, who was just getting started in the theater. Adolf green was a performer, and he also became very famous along with his partner Betty Camden for writing lyrics. The words to songs in Broadway shows. On the town is a musical that started out as a ballet. Jerome Robbins was a choreographer, the person who thinks up steps for how a dance should go. During World War II, he asked Leonard Bernstein to compose a ballet about three sailors who spend a day on shore leave in New York City. That ballet, fancy free, was such a success that Bernstein condon and green turned it into a musical comedy called on the town. The Bronx is something the batteries down the people ride in the home of the ground to your New York. There were people in the classical music world who criticized Leonard Bernstein for writing musical theater. They thought he was wasting his time composing music that wasn't serious enough. Fortunately, Bernstein ignored them. His next big Broadway musical was also about New York, and it also had town in its name. Wonderful town is based on the play my sister Eileen, about two girls from the Midwest who moved to the big city. Why did I love evil? Why did I walk too far? When life was so cold I had. Leonard Bernstein's Friends, Betty Camden and adolph green wrote the lyrics for wonderful town, too. But they weren't involved in Bernstein's most famous musical. As you can hear, the music for west side story is very dramatic. In 1957, when the show opened, Broadway had never seen or heard anything like it. The plot was familiar enough, it's based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet about two 14th century Italian teenagers who fall in love even though their families are at war. But west side story takes place in New York City and the teenagers are caught between warring gangs. Tony is a Polish American who falls in love with a Puerto Rican girl, named Maria. I've just managed a real and suddenly that name will never be the same to me the lyrics for west side story were by a young man who went on to write both words and music to his own shows. Stephen Sondheim. Okay, by me and my family. Everything freaking amazing. Not all of Bernstein's theater music was composed for the Broadway stage. In 1971, the John F. Kennedy Center for the performing arts opened in Washington D.C. with a new theater piece by Leonard Bernstein called mass. Speaking of Washington, Bernstein also wrote a musical called 1600 Pennsylvania avenue. Some incidental music for the play, Peter Pan, and two operas that were eventually combined into one. Trouble in Tahiti and a quiet place. Another Bernstein theater piece candide has been revised so many times, no one is exactly sure which version to perform. Stylish char. Thousand chickens. He's a cabbage. That's one of the tunes Bernstein put into the overture of candide, which is based on a book by the 18th century French philosopher Voltaire. The candide aria glitter and B gay is sung by a coloratura soprano, someone who can sing very high and very fast. Lemon Bernstein's candide falls more into the category of an operetta than a musical, more about operettas next week. I'm Naomi Lewin, I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim lantern at wgc Cincinnati. Please join me again.

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AT&T and CNN Welcome Liars Like Carl Bernstein

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

AT&T and CNN Welcome Liars Like Carl Bernstein

"Go ahead Led this conspiracy by the president of the United States There you go There you go This man is unhinged Sounds like Chris Christie Sounds like Liz Cheney Liz's new friends It was led by the president of the United States The man is no evidence whatsoever So why does CNN put him on Why does AT&T which owns CNN Provide a platform For such a buffoon For such a liar You lied all throughout Russia collusion He's a hack He's obsessed And yet AT&T in many of you pay AT&T a lot of money every month AT&T subsidizes this Whose subsidize this

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So Carl Bernstein Thinks Questioning an Election Is an Insurrection?

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

So Carl Bernstein Thinks Questioning an Election Is an Insurrection?

"Now with this in mind I would like you to listen to first let's say mister producer first let's go to cut 6 This is Carl Bernstein Who a Watergate fame and yet he was the junior partner who did almost nothing I think a Woodward did most of the work And even he didn't have to work that hard It was the deputy FBI director leaking all the information to them Because he wanted to be the director and he wanted to knock out the people that Nixon wanted Wow imagine that Cut 6 go Let's look at what's happening here We are talking about a conspiracy like no other in the history of the United States to undermine an election Bull crap What do you think Al Gore was doing in 2000 To undermine an election What do you think the Florida Supreme Court was doing to undermine an election What do you think the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was doing in this last election The undermine the election What do you think Mark Elias was doing with all this hundreds of millions of dark money to change the election rules and one important state after another That's not an insurrection What do you think Russia collusion was You big fact slob When you are pushing it when the constipated news network you're working exactly the right place When they were pushing and all the media were pushing it What do you think about that Was that an insurrection or the effort now by the Democrats and only the Democrats To change our government they change our economic system to attack private property rights They have an unconstitutional wealth tax to have open borders and violation of federal immigration laws What do you call that genius

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello, welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. His grandparents wanted him to be named Lewis, so that's what it says on the birth certificate. But his parents called him Leonard and to his friends, he was always Lenny. Leonard Bernstein was born in 1918 in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and grew up in the Boston area. For years, the only music in the house came from a wind up victrola and a radio, both of which Bernstein loved. When he was ten, his aunt Clara gave the family a piano, and he was hooked. It didn't take long before his first piano teacher told his parents they'd have to find another teacher because she couldn't keep up with her pupil. Bernstein's parents were both from Ukraine, where one of his grandfathers was a rabbi. So the Jewish religion was a very important part of Leonard Bernstein's life as he was growing up. He spent a lot of time in Hebrew school at synagogue, and the music he heard there had a big influence on him. Bernstein's father did not want his son to become a musician. Sam Bernstein sold wigs and beauty supplies, and he wanted his oldest son to take over the business. But there was no stopping Leonard Bernstein. He went to Harvard University where he majored in music. There he met conductor Dmitri metropolis, who encouraged him to become a composer. Then Bernstein met composer Aaron Copland, who became a lifelong friend and encouraged him to become a conductor. Throughout his career, Bernstein continued to be a musical triple threat. He played piano conducted and composed. Leonard Bernstein's first steady job was assistant conductor of the New York philharmonic, and that's how he got his big break. Bruno Walter, who was supposed to conduct the New York philharmonic in a live national radio broadcast from Carnegie Hall, got sick. So 25 year old Leonard Bernstein stepped in to conduct and the rest was history. The audience loved him. His picture made the front page of newspapers the next day and his conducting career was launched. Then his composing career took off too. In one year, 1944, Bernstein had his first symphony, ballet, and musical comedy performed. Bernstein was in demand all over the world as a conductor. He was the first American to conduct at the famous la Scala opera house in Milan, Italy, and he had a long association with the Israel philharmonic, but Bernstein is most famous for being the first American to become permanent conductor of a major American orchestra. The New York philharmonic. With the New York philharmonic, Bernstein used television, which was brand new back then to bring classical music to a much wider audience. When a composer writes a piece of what's usually called classical music, he puts down the exact notes that he wants, the exact instruments or voices that he wants to sign those notes. And he also writes down as many directions as he can think of to tell the players or singers everything they need to know about how fast or slow it should go allowed us soft. It should be and millions of other things to help the performers give an exact performance of those notes he thought up. A whole generation of kids and grown-ups learned about music from Bernstein's young people's concerts. Teaching young musicians was very important to Bernstein. He spent his summers at tanglewood, the Berkshire music center in Massachusetts, and he also helped start music festivals in Germany and Japan. Leonard Bernstein refused to put limits on any of his musical interests. He composed the score for the movie on the waterfront, and he wrote some great musical theater. More about Bernstein's musical theater next week. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim lantern at wgc Cincinnati. Please join me next.

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Special Counsel John Durham Issues Subpoenas to Law Firm Tied to Clinton, DNC

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Special Counsel John Durham Issues Subpoenas to Law Firm Tied to Clinton, DNC

"Merit dorm John dorm the special counsel He's issued new subpoenas in the probe of the FBI Russia investigation And he's targeting Clinton campaign law firm This is good news It's kind of weird to take all this time and now he seems to be energized but we'll take what we can get This is from national view Brittany Bernstein special counsel John dorm the attorney tap for the Trump administration to audit the Russia investigation as reportedly handed down a new set of subpoenas including to a law firm with ties to Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign The grand jury subpoenas now let's just slow down there The law firm is this Perkins cooey And I hope they take a very good look at this guy Mark Elias Who's this svengali in my view behind so much of this Now the grand race of penis for documents were issued earlier this month according to CNN after dorm charge Clinton campaign lawyer Michael sussman for allegedly knowingly making a false statement of the FBI Investigators from the special counsel's office are seeking additional documents from sussman's former law firm Perkins coy That's the firm An indication that door may be looking to add to sussman's charges or to bring cases against other defendants Dormus reportedly investigating with assessment lied to the FBI regarding who if anyone he was representing when he told the bureau about communications between the Trump organization and Kremlin connected Russia bank alphabet Now we know that he was a he was a Clinton Attorney And this was all done intentionally to try to see as much as possible

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China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

Wall Street Breakfast

01:27 min | 2 months ago

China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans

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The Trump Organization Is Back in Court to Fight Tax Fraud Charges in New York

NPR's Business Story of the Day

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

The Trump Organization Is Back in Court to Fight Tax Fraud Charges in New York

"Trump's longtime business partner. Alan weisselberg is back in court. Today he served as the trump corporation's chief financial officer and he is accused of fifteen year scheme to defraud taxpayers journalist. Andrea bernstein is covering the case for npr news. and she's online good morning joining. I guess you'd better remind us because there have been so many investigations of trump. Which of the various investigations is this. So this is the criminal indictment. That was unsealed back in july. And what's significant about this case is that despite thousands of civil lawsuits for donald trump or his business and to impeachment trials for the former president. This is the first time. The trump corporation has been charged with a crime. The same goes for alan weisselberg that she financial officer who's worked with the trump family for nearly half a century which is the entire span of donald trump's business career.

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Goldman Sachs AI Day Expectations

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Goldman Sachs AI Day Expectations

"Robin our here. And today we're going to be talking about a couple of analysts. Updates one from goldman sachs about their expectations for a day. I think those are kind of helpful. Just to get a sense of what institutions are expecting for events like that then we've also got a bit of an update on that yuan. Musk source city. Trial some news out of china and a couple of stores as well bit of a tougher day for tesla again. Today though the stock did recover some in the afternoon ended up finishing down about three percent. Six hundred and sixty five dollars. Seventy one cents. The nasdaq was also down today. Nine tenths of a percent. So i know feels like a rough week for tesla. But it's been kind of a rough week for all automakers looking at a handful here you can see. Gm down six for instilling tests down about four and a half percent. Volkswagen in neo down seven percent expand down six percent average across the board of those down six percent so desolate spent a little bit worse. But not really all that much especially given the context of the nitsa investigation as the interest from that fades from earlier. this week. Everyone is going to be turning their attention to a idea of course scheduled for this thursday. It'll be five. Pm pacific time eight pm eastern time. I do believe tesla intends to livestream it. We don't have those details yet. But i think eli had previously said that they would though i can't find that tweet at the moment i'd be shocked if they didn't and also plan on live streaming as well so as i mentioned goldman sachs last night. Put out a note with their expectations for a day and in their introduction. They did note that this is going to be a purposeful recruiting event. So hopefully that stands from tesla has kind of cut through to most investors and. I think that really helps to keep expectations a lot. More realistic in terms of what was going to be talking about as goldman sachs. They expect hustle to talk about five key topics which they outlined in this note. I they say they expect us to discuss its. Ai neural net now strained. I would agree. That is something that we've heard tesla talk about both at autonomy day and then if you followed andrea carpathia presentations. He's talked a lot about those sort of

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Lord Conrad Black Claims in New Article No Evidence Nixon Committed Crime

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 4 months ago

Lord Conrad Black Claims in New Article No Evidence Nixon Committed Crime

"Talk about the incident in history that made called bernstein undeservedly famous Your latest piece with a wonderful title from the editors at american greatness is fifty years of deep state propaganda. And it has to do with the the nixon debacle and the watergate scandal. You met president nixon after he left office. You've got to know him. You wrote a superlative work on the man. Can we start with the basics. How how is it that he has gone down in conventional wisdom as the crook. Tricky dicky win as you have pointed out in your book in latest article and i just summarize it and tell me if i i'm i'm passing you ineffectively. There is no evidence that he actually committed a crime with those payments. You know there never has been and Ever tried because he wasn't well enough to face trial but Or or do you know to go and give evidence at trial. He got a pardon so he wasn't then be tried and sell that The fact is that there isn't it. I haven't the inconvenient fact about this whole Watergate business that Ah it. There is no evidence. Nixon committed a crime. Some people in his entourage that there's no better but they did not allege that mr nixon told them not to basically perjury charges in getting and obstruction of justice but none of them alleged that the nixon told them to do and And and so. The whole thing rests on did his approval of payments to watergate thin than some some of the which did that constitute obstruction of justice and all the closest we have is powered hunt as whereas it just tragically died in a plane crash near the number of young children and nixon said we'll give him give him the money he wants but he didn't say fung as he he's quieter wise under oath or anything like that. He never said anything like that. There's never been one shred of evidence that that's what nixon authorized payments for and he always alleged and there's some of the tapes that the that he specifically said they've got to be able to pay their lawyers and feed their families and so we'll we'll give the money for that. There's something wrong with

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Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

Making Gay History

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

"My first time at circus. April thirtieth nineteen eighty three madison square garden. I'm twenty four years old. And i am not a date berry is not my date yet. We haven't fallen in love yet. But we are at the circus together. We're the very first big aids fundraiser. In new york a few early supporters of the gay men's health crisis got together and bought out a performance of the barnum and bailey circus. The greatest show on earth wasn't prepared to officially host an event for his cause. But gmc got around that by reselling the seventeen thousand six hundred seats to raise money and tackle the growing crisis ernest. See of gay men when the ringmaster introduces broadway star patti. Lupone lose it. After meeting speech from patty leonard bernstein walks across the floor of the arena to conduct the orchestra of the star spangled banner mezzo-soprano shirley varez voice feels. The garden joined by thousands of voices in the audience. Patriotism clowns and aids seems improbable now but felt so right in the moment.

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Facebook Groups Marketing, Content That Make Sales With Christina Jandali

The Email Marketing Show

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Facebook Groups Marketing, Content That Make Sales With Christina Jandali

"Now kennedy august christina. Today i've got three statements about one of them's a truth. The other two are just iran lies. I'm going to try and guess which of these things is true christina. Give anything away here. So did she fly to england to buy a dog. Oh she could have done did she. Go the caribbean for a week's holiday and stay for a month old. She learned to ice skate by teaching. Someone else oh it's good. It's good do. I think christina flew to england a by a dog. I don't know if i can imagine a like in a dog. But i don't think she flew to the caribbean for weeks old and stay for a month. Maybe i think she probably. I can imagine her liking this idea of living and working wherever she quite fancies and sticking. That sounds good ice skate. My teacher somebody else. I think rob you made that up christina. Did you end up. Staying in the caribbean for a month i did i flew to england to buy god was it it was not it was a cavalier king charles spaniel i used to show dogs and i was sick of losing so i decided i was going to get the best dog to bring. That's amazing that's commitment. I love it. Oh my goodness that's great. Wow beautiful so your known for many many things but one of the things that you've really being been helping people do is work with facebook groups now. Facebook groups a lot of them around all they. I mean they're still pretty hot though right hundred with anything it goes through stages and with facebook groups are they dead or are they still around. What are they using. And i think when you take a look at anyone that is launching their programs. And you look at like tony robbins. As an example in their launches guess what they're using now maybe teaching something else that they're using a facebook group to launch their program. You're looking at gabby bernstein. The running and doing her book launches using face liquor so hundred percent. Facebook groups are the place to help the part with increasing those conversions with your lunches and turning more leads into buying.

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Former Deputy Assistant Sebastian Gorka Explains How the NSA Monitors Email Traffic of Americans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 5 months ago

Former Deputy Assistant Sebastian Gorka Explains How the NSA Monitors Email Traffic of Americans

"Another solid guy. Here's Gorka talking about how the N s A doesn't how they managed to monitor the email traffic of some of these people, and he says a reporter who I know who it is. I'll get to that afternoon because very it's a very credible person. Is about to break this story. Check this out. The methods they used are absolutely unconstitutional. There's a a dodge. They worked out called traffic shaping where they whereby they know that they're not allowed to spy on US persons in the United States. But they know that Internet communications are absolutely global, so the NSA uses its capacity to shape Internet traffic. To move the nodes of connection. So instead of my email going from Washington, D C to New York they routed through Malaysia and they say, Look, that's a foreign communication. Therefore we can intercept it. So with traffic shaping, they break the constitutional restrictions on the say, and they spy on people for political purposes as to proof, very, very highly respected journalist. Has has the evidence and she promised me that she will publicly disclose her sources. So when she does, that will have something to refer to Hello, media. Anyone in the media listening, You know, I get it. I know you left this media hacks. Focus group tested zeros. I know you have zero interest in getting to the bottom of any potential government corruption whatsoever. As long as there's a Democrat in charge. I get all that. You would think there would be at least one Woodward Bernstein type left out there right would say, Gosh, that sounds like a

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"You just need the pretend percent down you borrowed the rest from the bank of from the brokers loan and that's been cut down to about fifty per set now but it is now possible courses. We both know to purchase crypto currencies on close to ninety nine percent leverage. One final note about this episode before we move onto another one as you mentioned charles mci and his book that came out in eighteen. Forty one so you think he would have been right on top of this. As a bubble he was riding then he was an editor but actually he didn't recognize it as a bubble at the time. If at any point afterwards yeah at the time. He was the editor of the glasgow argus which was a big newspaper in in scotland. And what he did was he published leaders off from other newspapers and so he he basically presented both sides of the arms were people who are skeptical but there were also busiest and he came down on the side of the enthusiasts sir. Yes they look like a bubble but this is a revolutionary technology that can't be ignored which is of course comes comes generations Before the famous temples and comment that the foremost boards the english language. Are this time. it's different the up all right. So let's move onto a second episode. He one of the principals who discuss in the book is bad is more compelling than good it brings us to what is now known. As the great disappointment a seemingly unassuming man from new york named william miller tell us about him and how he convinced tens of thousands of people that the world was going to end in the mid eighteen. Hundreds miller was an interesting guy. Started out life as we would call him today at eighty s dos. Back in the day he was called day Which is a slightly different but still rather skeptical belief system and he undergoes a transformative experience during the war of eighteen twelve which unbelievably widely a battle in which a small force of largely irregular. American troops defeated a much larger force of battle-hardened british troops. Thought it was. You know the only way to explain it..

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Personal finance expert here at the molly full. Hello hello how are you. I'm good this week. We're joined by william bernstein. He's the author of the delusions of crowds. Why people go mad in groups somehow bros. gonna make it about money all that more this week's episode of multiple answers so what's well bro. Today we're going to talk about yoga. It's a phrase coined by nyu marketing professor. Scott galloway. If you're not familiar with him. He's brash divisive. And he's an entertaining. Guy and yoga. Babble is no different so galloway defines yoga babble as if my yoga instructor went into investor relations or more simply corporate. bs particularly as outlined in a company's purpose mission or vision statement. Yoga babble is fluffy blurry language that offers some vague over promise that leaves you understanding even less about what the company actually does so galloway team decided to take a qualitative. Look at the level of bs as he describes it in companies s ones an s one being that big old document. That accompany files with the sec. When they want to go public they then checked to see how that stock performed their theory being. That yoga babble was away to distract. Investors from what could perhaps be lackluster. Quantitive figures like ugly ebitda lousy revenue. Are we projections yoga babble. Being a verbal misdirection of synergies out of the box thinking new paradigms changing the world as galloway rights when firms are still searching for a viable business. Model the temptation to go full. Yoga babble gets stronger before. I go into some of their examples. Let me point out that. This is not rigorous research. It's incredibly subjective and just one hundred percent fund so also they did this research back in two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen back when things were so much more simple all right of the companies. They looked at the company that scored the highest with ten nine out of ten on the yoga babble index was snapchat with we believe that reinventing the camera represents our greatest opportunity to improve the way that people live in communicate and peleton with quote on the most basic level peleton's cells happiness so the lowest on the bs a.

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

07:09 min | 7 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"To strap on every single day and utilize multiple times each day deliberately so that i can holistically keep myself. Afloat will jennifer jennifer. That's a great image the backpack and the trail of life. Jennifer always says to if you have time to worry and you have time to control and you have time to beat yourself up then you have time to take a minute and actually take a breath so what. I'm imagining that. You have all this free time. Now that you're not punishing yourself so lifelines. The book is a combination of different things. Right it's a combination of photography and journaling and pros and verses. That must've just poured out of you as it has been your whole life. It did that was the the biggest product i had never given birth to and it It took me fifty years to get out and it was so. What's the word so exhilarating when it finally came out and you know what that wasn't meant to be anything other than my bid to be accepted. Exactly who i was because i felt that if i could do that then others would have the courage to do that. Lina likewise and it wasn't meant to be like a self help manual wasn't meant to be followed this and you'll be okay. It was really finally saying that those verses that were the truest expressions of my soul yet i had never shown the world and when i finally sort of took them out of their dark closet. There were over three thousand verses that i had never shared that had accumulated over fifty years on and i felt like why while they were still hiding in the dark. I was too so that The volumes of the book were determined by the verses. Themselves and i felt like they deserved. They were my lifelines and they were what had saved me. Because i repeated them day and night to keep myself alive and i thought maybe if they saved me they can save others as well so the boat was just one piece of it designed to just put it out there in its rawness and say hey if melissa can do it you know at the point where she is in life like theoretically we all can then lifelines. The eco system was based on three on of three core principles for my life. One is You are not alone because you know having grown up feeling so isolated an alien and like i was on another planet in didn't belong here. I wanted others to not have to go through that for as many decades as i did and have a place to where they're accepted for exactly who they are. The second sort of core premise is that we all have the capacity within two channel darkness into light and make meaning You know. I believed for at least twenty five years that there was no meaning to life and that i couldn't make meaning in a meaningless existence But i now see that actually that was just my brain telling me that and we all have capacity to so are beautiful spark so self expression in our soul and make meaning and we all have them. They might be shrouded under layers of despair or trauma or tragedy or you know apathy but we all have the ability to remove those layers and kindle them and then the last is i spent decades engaged in the futile race. Away for myself and everything. I felt searching externally for validation. And wasn't until i realized that it wasn't gonna come from outside myself and i stopped took a breath and took that journey inward to accept everything i was feeling. And everything i was that i found fulfillment in peace and that journey that was the centerpiece of my life. Experience is now the the free journey that we offer the journey interspace At the center of our lifelines eco-system lifelines as a community. It's a it's an online community a worldwide community. It's something that you're you're building bridges for people to walk across and and connect with each other. How do people access that. Yeah i mean. It's entirely free. And doug and i are doing this together as our passion project so no charge for anything you just go on. Lifelines dot com and we basically have all these really cool workshops where we talk about topics that nobody ever talks about in fact this week. We're talking about. I don't deserve to be depressed. And you mentioned that. So many feel like they have and we all the time like but my life isn't really that bad. I don't deserve to be depressed. And they feel guilt and we were just pure peer. We don't We don't have professionals but that in itself is really beautiful because we are not scared to share anything and we have a private facebook group. That has like over eight hundred people now. It's really beautiful and people really support each other on and we have the jenny which is free. Which is this incredible in word hike. You can take we talk about so. There's a whole bunch of tools and resources that anybody can utilize. Well it's fantastic. You're helping so many people and And stepping out in the world. This way look what happens. Look what happens. Look at how many people this is. What we're all we're all trying to do. And i would say one thing. Just jennifer we. We've talked about this and we talk about it because such an important thing and that's notice what you're telling yourself. Yeah i don't care what you're telling yourself just notice what you are telling yourself that kind of inner dialogue the thoughts that we think are really powerful and they do they shape your reality right until he can. You challenge them a little bit and learning how to shift your attention interesting but even neutral things. When you're thinking such negative things helps the brain become integrated melissa. That's what you've done. You've integrated your rain because we need all we need that polarity. We can't exist without it. You have such poetry in the way you speak and obviously that is the way your mind works very poetically and so one of the things i love because i love to do this too and that's word mash and one of my favorite word mashes that i've heard from you is zilla fai. Can you explain what that is. Oh my gosh. So yes what jennifer just said part of my work became realizing that i can be two things at the same time and two seemingly disparate emotions or feelings simultaneously occurring and that the english language.

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Melissa Bernstein: Melissa and Doug Co-Founder

Mental Health Comedy

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Melissa Bernstein: Melissa and Doug Co-Founder

"Bernstein good morning. Hello added jennifer. Thank you for those kind kind words about our company. We appreciate your support. Oh my god i. How many sticker books did i go through. How many sticker. Pats ten thousand sticker pads. I just kept getting them for you. It's okay for me the the ripping off of a sticker. Those those pads saved my life. And i want to. I want him have those pads for for adults. That's what i want. I want the emotion. I wanna do the stuff that your your book. You wrote this incredible book. Lifeline will talk about but i wanna see a lifelines Toy a line do not fear. Yeah i thought that might becoming tell me about how a kid you growing up as a kid. You're five years old and you're having these thoughts. What what are you thinking in your head. And what's going on in your family yeah. Unfortunately i'm thinking in my head. I cannot show this to anyone and must do whatever i can to hide it from the world so i basically took two paths. I'd say the first was to deny disassociate in repress every single thing i was feeling and put on a facade of perfection and validation through achieving perfection and then the second was to retreat into my imagination when ever i could create a fictitious world with imaginary friends and like this beautiful blissful place where anything was possible in the boundless expanse of imagination. You actually wrote as a little kid. You wrote what you call verses which has found its way into your book lifeline so that that force that that life force that was in you and in your imagination you were using it at a very young

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"Bernstein good morning. Hello added jennifer. Thank you for those kind kind words about our company. We appreciate your support. Oh my god i. How many sticker books did i go through. How many sticker. Pats ten thousand sticker pads. I just kept getting them for you. It's okay for me the the ripping off of a sticker. Those those pads saved my life. And i want to. I want him have those pads for for adults. That's what i want. I want the emotion. I wanna do the stuff that your your book. You wrote this incredible book. Lifeline will talk about but i wanna see a lifelines Toy a line do not fear. Yeah i thought that might becoming tell me about how a kid you growing up as a kid. You're five years old and you're having these thoughts. What what are you thinking in your head. And what's going on in your family yeah. Unfortunately i'm thinking in my head. I cannot show this to anyone and must do whatever i can to hide it from the world so i basically took two paths. I'd say the first was to deny disassociate in repress every single thing i was feeling and put on a facade of perfection and validation through achieving perfection and then the second was to retreat into my imagination when ever i could create a fictitious world with imaginary friends and like this beautiful blissful place where anything was possible in the boundless expanse of imagination. You actually wrote as a little kid. You wrote what you call verses which has found its way into your book lifeline so that that force that that life force that was in you and in your imagination you were using it at a very young

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Life Is Not a Game: The Story of Ossip Bernstein

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:01 min | 8 months ago

Life Is Not a Game: The Story of Ossip Bernstein

"Life is not a game sure there are winners and losers but the stakes are far higher than we might realize. Just ask us at bernstein. Bernstein was born in the ukraine in eighteen. Eighty two back when his hometown was part of the russian empire in nineteen o six. He received his doctorate in law from heidelberg university and became a practicing financial lawyer shortly after that bernstein saw great success in his legal career. Earning a comfortable living for himself and his family unfortunately as he would come to learn several times in his life considerable gains were often followed by immense losses. But it wasn't his fault. He wasn't the gambler and he didn't play the stock market. Although he did enjoy the final game chess to be specific he picked it up in law school and found that he had a talent for it one year after he started playing. He was entering competitions all over europe june of nineteen ninety-two his win at the general chess federation of berlin earned him a master title kicking off a spree of tournaments with varying results. Sometimes he placed first or second other times he tied for third or fourth yet. The more he played the more of a reputation he built for himself and he was also outspoken against certain players. Such as jose coppa blanca. Who beat him several times over the years but there was something fascinating about this up and coming wonderkid chess champions and enthusiasts alike spoke highly of him and his name appeared on high profile lists although not always in a good way the bolshevik revolution of nineteen seventeen brought a lot of turmoil to russia with lenin's red army overthrowing the government and setting up its own capitalists and their enablers were rounded up for contributing to the plight of the workers and among them was awesome bernstein. Us wasn't a banker but as a financial lawyer certainly helped them get richer oftentimes on the backs of the most vulnerable. He was practicing in odessa ukraine when he was arrested by the bolshevik secret police in nineteen eighteen.

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Andrew D. Bernstein: Shooting hoops, a life with legends

Photography Daily

02:04 min | 8 months ago

Andrew D. Bernstein: Shooting hoops, a life with legends

"D bernstein mentioned in american spoiled photography and man enthralled by making pictures. I don't remember my children being born. But i remember my first print be involved in that eight to say that and i hope i kids. Don't hear those we talk about. The emotional states of being a photographer must be painters. Feel or anybody who works with marble united. You read about michelangelo you know. He always talked about that. He always knew when he saw block of marble that there was something incredible inside of it just had to come through him. We learn about what's drew him to one spot in particular. I guess basketball found me rather than i found basketball. Really we talk about the skills required for making pictures of spoilt that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's a fast moving game. But i gotta tell you. It's not as fast as ice hockey. And and i. I sort of honed. My skills shooting action shooting a lot of ice hockey shots about how to get the perfect slam. Dunk shows the big picture. Everybody wants what these guys can do when they're flying towards the rim almost defying gravity. Quite frankly and keep in mind again. That i get one shot at learn about andrew's during professional and personal relationship with the late great. Kobe bryant this kid was was something else. I mean i met him on media day. Nineteen ninety-six comes on my set. Eighteen years old. I never met him. I heard a lot of hype about him. Didn't spot by the black mambas. Kobe was famously. Known hundred talks about the highs and lows of making sport pitches and like kobe's i can't dwell in the shots that i didn't make you know because there's always going to be the next one about breaking into the world of sports shooting with the advent of social media all the websites that are out there all the fan sites. There's more opportunity. I think now if the talent is there if the drivers their stories of life told by photographers and today that photographer is andrew deepens. If you love a sport just don't stop shooting it. Don't stop

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"d bernstein" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

03:19 min | 8 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

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"d bernstein" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"They're not going to boycott the twenty twenty two olympics. No they're just going to call that a cultural difference right dementia joe and heels up edward harris. It's absolutely sickening to see that. They're totally fine with that but yet election integrity laws in this country are a problem somehow. Amazing oh you know first of all. I think that these big corporations may do have the right to say whatever the heck they want to say that they should pay a price for that. They shouldn't pay more and have like major league baseball. Yes mean you'd think that baseball would be a neutral thing. And so the american pastime we all get together. We put aside politics with the day to enjoy a game. That's the whole now. They decided to weigh in like this. I mean i would hope there'd be a price agreed to. They have to pay for that. There's no question about it and again. This isn't just for the last. This is for the right to these. Corporations need to stay out of politics. They need to stop making press releases. They need to stop commenting on what's going on with lawmakers and they need to stick to their lanes and service people and do business as business should be done and they need to keep their mouths shut or we're gonna shut it for them with huge million dollar fines because when we do get back in control i'll be one of the people pushing behind the scenes state legislatures as well as a regular. Us congressmen and senators to start pushing legislation. You know mitch mcconnell you know call them call them what you want. I call him a rhino. He's great at putting judges on on the books. That's for sure but not much good for anything else. But even he has realized and has said something against major league baseball. Saying hey are day in your lane. Random i take issue i. I don't think it should be illegal for them to do it. But i think that there should be a financial price to pay. This should be a cultural price debate. It'd be penalties financial. Well i i don't know about that. I mean i think don't do okay. Because i think both parties should book companies should stay out of politics should be mandated to but the problem was that they have done this. And it's a disgrace that they weighed in on this thing and of -able nationally that is starting to move in all states which state legislatures are taking back. This sovereign constitutional responsibility to regulate elections. It's too late now for twenty twenty unfortunately but but You know they are moving in that direction..

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"d bernstein" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

05:26 min | 8 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"The the sound Worked out this time Yes it seems like everything is happening. Nellie so far. I hope they don't crash or images. See we've got love on youtube. Yep can you see the josh bernstein. Uncensored dot com clearly. Yes nothing's cut off on it. Let me just check again Young yet looks good. I see both the u. Logo and your background and i. I put it up also and i'll put it up on the on the youtube video so so here we are. Josh bernstein is with us. Josh bernstein uncensored and josh There's been a little as well. There's there's been quite an article in newsweek Mentioning my show. Far right. activists says biden can still be removed from office in constitutional crisis. I don't have any problem with them. Referring to either you or i as far right-wing i mean that's fine right. I mean if we were left with they say far left wing. I dunno right exactly. Well look you know. They like to call me an extremist. And all that but obviously. I'm not an extremist. I mean i guess. If you wanna say do i care about liberty and freedom and prosperity and willing to do whatever i can to preserve it and that makes me an extremist okay. Fine guilty as charged. No problem but look newsweek. And i spelled that w. e. aka not w. e. e. k. Is left-wing trash. I mean let's face it you know they have the reputation of something that you would use the line a birdcage with and i hope they get a chance to hear this to be quite honest but Look hey anytime you know. They attack me. It's because i'm over the target. They know that they know what we are doing in arizona. They know that we're not gonna take no for an answer They know that they're not in their their right. Legal frameworks to even be able to contest the Forensic as they. Are you know going forward. So matter of fact we got the letter from perkins coup. You know the law firm protected..

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Weekly Market Recap

Wall Street Breakfast

05:15 min | 9 months ago

Weekly Market Recap

"What moved markets this week the week ending friday march nineteenth twenty twenty one a week that was anchored by the fed interest rate decision and policy statement and ensuing press conference by chairman. Jerome powell the markets did not do very much earlier in the week in anticipation of this and originally greeted powell's statement loose monetary statements. I should say with bullishness with some buying occurring. After the fed meeting on wednesday afternoon that reversed on thursday as yields shot up and stock markets were sold off pretty dramatically in some instances. The nasdaq fell three percent on thursday. And today friday things are kind of shifting around a little bit. We had some selling earlier and they have since come in. Nasdaq is now up for the day. And we're looking at losses but not very big losses for the major indexes for this week so a big week especially when it comes to fed policy. Lot of commentary around that. And i'm looking forward to what my colleagues have to say about it. I will introduce them now. I am joined by sticking alpha editors brad olsen. Vp of news. Kim khanh senior news editor. Stephen alpher managing editor of breaking news. And i'm your host and moderator nathaniel e baker senior editor of strategic contributors kim. Let's start with you. What was your take on. The events of the week ultimate another volatile week and we've had to deal with You know stocks kind of being dragged around by yields again. But i think it's also maybe seemed worse than it was because of thursday's sharp selloff. But now we've got nasdaq. Maybe looking at if it goes down for the week before out of last five that it's been lower but it's got it's started to gain some traction today as we were talking. Could actually you know. Maybe we gained more traction pull out a win just barely for the week. I think inflation has been on. Everyone's mind and not whether or not there is inflation. Think pretty much people are green. But there is if you looked at The philly fed that was out this week The prices paid index jumped to the highest level. It's ever been it's been since march one thousand nine hundred eighty though. There's definitely i mean. The prices received also spike sharply. So there's definitely inflation being seen this inflation in the pipeline data on now. The question is whether it's good or bad inflation and a lot of times you know. Everyone's like okay rates are out in. The market's gonna sell off but you've had good years where rates have been going going up a bit because of growth in. The market's gone along with it so there's been a i think a lot of debate about that and also we're kind of seeing maybe some more evidence of rotation which is not necessarily rate striven just people just still taking are looking at growth and looking for these reopening stocks cyclical stocks and Selling some of the bigger tech names to buy those stocks. And that's going to have an outsized impact on the indexes. Yeah and i guess. The question is also whether the inflation that we're seeing is transitory to bar the feds term which basically apparently means they can just ignore it. Or if it's something a little bit more permanent which might get them to start tapering brad. What's your take. Who are the winners and losers. Definitely this week was a cyclical rally. You saw airlines takeoff literally Partially on the tsa data that we saw travelers start to move around the country. A little bit more aggressively young american airlines alaska air united airlines all up about double digits. Interestingly enough the thing. Sanford bernstein even called out some of the value names or more traditionally cyclical names as screening or momentum. So that's one of the first time i've ever happened or as happens in two thousand sixteen where the value names are now technically momentum names of this upswell of of equity interests that we've seen over the past couple weeks really pick up steam and so that that that involves autos materials energy etc over the past few weeks. Although this week energy was clearly a loser on that steep drop off that we saw an oil the admit marathon oil achy. Wheelock smell the trillium. They took it on the chin Crude i think it had its worst day since september Earlier this week so outside of the energy names. They're the sickles. Were still a big winner. Obviously i think you've powell tried to assuage your concerns about how aggressive the fed was going to be I think just he just issued another editorial earlier today discussing you know trying to reassure the markets. Hey the dove even though quite a few of the members did express an interest in in raising rates before twenty twenty three a still a minority of them obviously

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:25 min | 9 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Good Life Project

"So i was wondering whether you know because i have to imagine with the level of depth. That's that that. I'm seeing on the surface. No this was not a twelve month projects. This is probably going on for years. But i'm curious weather as you're working on this and then you're sort of watching what's happening in the world over the last year. You're kind of like shifting gears and figuring out like what does this mean to us to this to what we're doing and how do we have we wrapped. How do we make different decisions. I mean. I think it wasn't intentional to come out now but i think it couldn't have come at a better time because you know. My existential crisis came from birth but existential crises can come from situational times too and my goodness if people haven't been having existential crises this last year. It's the same thing whether you had it your whole life or whether you have it right now having meeting crisis you're still looking for those answers to the y. So i truly feel like. I feel so blessed to be able to be doing this right now when i think more people than ever are questioning. Life's meaning in sort of wondering why and they're very well primed for taking this journey because let's be honest without even doing anything basically forced to hit a brick wall and stop and pretty much everything shattered around us all the pretensions right all the convention all the structure all the routine like went out the window. So it's kind of a really good time for people to say okay i. I don't wear makeup anymore. I don't do my hair. I don't put on nice clothes. Like i might as well dive in myself while i'm at it. I think we have. The prompt. we've been served disrupted and then we're also we can't be out in the world so we're sort of like okay. So what am i gonna do with this moment with this time with this season yet. The timing is really. It's kinda fascinating you brought one of which i wanted. I wanted to reference or ask you about which is and. I saw this in the work that you're offering. Which is you know a very clear recognition of the fact that if you are in current crisis this is not going to fix if you are if you are having really dark thoughts. Sue satellite station. If you're in a place of profound crisis right now..

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

04:40 min | 9 months ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Except yourself. What's going on great. Does this mean you'll forever be depressed. I started going into the rabbit hole again. And i realized it took another couple of sessions until i realized that. That's the whole point. The whole point is to be you must allow an accept everything and that means that at least half the time you're going to be in the lower portion of the emotional spectrum and you can't judge it you can't deny it you can't resist it you just have to allow. It is being part of being human and when you know. The pursuit of happiness is the american dream. It's really hard culturally to understand that that's not true. And and life is about just being in totality that so resonates I recently wrote a piece about melancholy. And how it's so like it's viewed so negatively by society. Got if you look at the roots of the word yes deep. Depression clinical depression. Things that really can be harmful to you and take you away from people. You love stop you from being who you are in the world devastating but the experience of sort of like intermittent. Melancholy is not necessarily a bad thing. If you understand how sort of just be with it and know that you're like it's tar brock's phrase. I love so much this to you know. I think denying that is what layers on so much more suffering than the actual experience or the fundamental emotion would engender if he just said this is here today and that's just a part of it. That is exactly exactly right. And so i've been come in my practice. If i'm having a lower day i'll wake up and say ooh i'm going to create a lot of versus today because i find in those times when i'm more reflective and salad or you know i come up with more epiphanies because i'm i'm thinking more pondering more the the dark side of of reality and and that's okay and if i allow it i naturally just come right back up to equanimity. That's so interesting. I read a study. A number of years back. That showed that folks who tend to be slightly more towards the pessimistic than the side of the surly just general affect also tend to see their life and life in general more clearly and so you can actually respond to the world more as it is rather than did delusion of how you think or wish it could be and And i wonder if that's part of what allows you say okay so i'm seeing a in more truth at this moment which lets me document that share it like draw from it so believe it or not you know existential. Depression is not in the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental illnesses. it's not considered a sort of an affliction that's diagnosed and many psychotherapists who have studied it. Say that it's actually not pathological.

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Fanne Foxe, ‘Argentine Firecracker’ at center of Washington, D.C. sex scandal, dies at 84

WTOP 24 Hour News

04:43 min | 10 months ago

Fanne Foxe, ‘Argentine Firecracker’ at center of Washington, D.C. sex scandal, dies at 84

"Age, the name Fanny Fox means something. The one time stripper gained insane notoriety after she jumped into the tidal basin on an October night in 1974. She was in a gown the car she'd been in Had been pulled over by police and the man she was with made the story even bigger. He was Congressman Wilbur Mills, a Bible Belt politician who also led the powerful House Ways and Means Committee. That night, assured Fanny Fox his place in the annals of political scandals. And we've just learned today that Fox died recently at the age of 84. Let's learn more about her role in D. C History with Washington Post obituary editor Adam Bernstein. Hey, Adam, Thanks so much for being with us. And at this point, most people in Washington probably don't know anything about Fanny Fox, who was she It's a good question. Thank you so much for having me on well. The reason she was such a big name here is because of her involvement. As you said with Wilber Mills. He was the some have said the second most powerful man in Washington on Lee. We superseded by the president sort of it in the early 19 seventies, Wilbur Mills was chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, which controls a lot of money, and he had been in Congress for many decades. By that point, so he had this reputation of Um, accumulated reputation for food for power. And he also was from Arkansas, the Bible belt, and he had also cultivated this reputation as a as a workaholic. A grind. Um, a man of utter rectitude. And so what happened was, uh, you know, nothing would have been revealed of this affair, at least publicly. Except for this bizarre episode is you mentioned at the Washington the title based Mackenzie's senior The Jefferson Memorial. And on October 7 1950 74 He who? Wilbur Mills, who had been seeing Fanny Fox at her burlesque, Cole, You're in D. C. I was with her one night two in the morning and they get into this weird accident near the at the Tidal Basin. Basically, they're in a car without lights on the police. See them, They stopped him. And Fanny Fox. Or, you know, on impulse jumps out of the car and into the title base, And she starts you know, wrestling with the policeman who goes in after her. It's discovered that her face is all batter that Mills who were these Coke bottle glasses, His glasses are smashed. And is reeking of alcohol, and the TV crew happened to be nearby as well. So it's just perfect storm of of of politics and media, and this is right at the time of Watergate as well. So everybody was looking for the next scandal. So what ultimately happened to Wilbur Mills? Then what was the code on Fanny Fox? Good question. So Wilbur Mills survives. Oddly enough, the next election he goes, He goes back to Arkansas and sort of in this folksy manner tries to play it off. You know, his famous quote at the time is One should never drink champagne with a foreigner that that's the lesson he took away from him. And and you know, weirdly enough. He survived with his wife. She seems to back in publicly. But you know, right after winning the election and seemingly surviving by by a thread appears on her, appears with Fanny Fox again on stage in Boston, Fanny Fox and parlayed all the publicity into this lucrative career on the burlesque circuit. And he goes on stage. It's It's just terrible embarrassment captured on TV of all places again, and his career is them finished. He I think he resigns. He spends it goes into recovery. Disgraced from public office, but then spend the rest of his life. He lived a to least another 15 20 years, basically helping other recovering addicts like himself. Fanny Fox have Ah Less of Ah, a much harder time of it. She Prospers for a couple years winds up down in Florida. I couldn't find out that much about the family didn't want to cooperate, but I was able to look up various records. She she got a couple of all things degrees. Including one you know, in marine science of all. Wow. And but I couldn't figure out I couldn't figure out what she did with her time. Her lawyer didn't say your family wouldn't talk. Um I don't know. She had jobs or just How she struggled by and we will just have to live that mystery. Continue, Adam, because our time is up, though, clearly we could talk about this for a very long time. Thanks So much for being with us. Thanks. That's

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Lawmakers Debate Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Plan

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:50 min | 10 months ago

Lawmakers Debate Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Plan

"The right amount of money to get americans through a few more months of the pandemic president biden is hoping that congress approves covid relief. Now that they're done with impeachment. A lot of the money would finance payments to americans. Fourteen hundred dollars for most people city states and schools would also get some money earlier this month. The white house economic adviser. Jared bernstein said people need it all. We have to hit back hard. We have to hit back strong. If we're going to finally put this dual crisis of the pandemic the economic pain that it is engendered behind us as you may have heard. The administration is asking congress in total for one point nine to really dollars. It politely turned down a call by some republican senators to spend less but economists still have questions about the price tag. So let's talk this through with npr chief. Economics correspondent scott. Horsely morning. good morning steve. Why would there be doubt about one point nine trillion. It is that price tag one of the most prominent critics is larry summers. Who was treasury secretary. In the clinton administration he was also an economic advisor to former president. Obama summers told. Npr's we edition. It is important for the government to go big but maybe he says not this big. If your bathtub isn't fall you turn the faucet on but that doesn't mean you turn it on as hard as you can and as long as you can. The question isn't whether we need bake stimulus. The question is whether we need the biggest stimulus in american history summers whereas spending this much money on short term relief would make it harder for the administration to the kind of long term investments. That it wants to and things like infrastructure. He's also worried that a rescue package. This big could overheat the economy and trigger something. We haven't seen in a long time. Steve inflation well. How worried if it all is the administration about inflation. The administration is a lot more worried about the people who've lost jobs in about the parents who can't work because their kids are in school The latest congressional forecasts predict. It will be twenty twenty four before we get back all the jobs that were lost last year and the administration says that's not good enough treasury secretary. Janet yellen told cnn. She thinks the us could be back full employment next year. If congress passes the president's rescue plan and keep in mind Yellen used to be the chair of the federal reserve where inflation was a big part of her responsibility. I've spent many years studying inflation and worrying about inflation. And i can tell you. We have the tools to deal with that risk if it materializes but we face a huge issue comic challenge here and tremendous suffering in the country. We've got to address that. That's the biggest risk. Let's ask about the reassurance. She offers there when she says we have the tools to deal with the risk of inflation. What she mean traditionally when the economy overheats and that causes a jump in prices. The fed tries to cool things off by raising interest rates and for decades. The fed was really aggressive about that sometimes. Raising rates preemptively. Just in case prices might go up but now the central bank has really changed. Its thinking about that. In recent years we saw unemployment can go a lot lower than many people expect without overheating and triggering inflation and that was really good for a lot of people especially those at the bottom of the income ladder so the current fed chair. Jerome powell says he's just not to worry about inflation even though he says we could see some temporary price hikes later this year if the economy reopened is there's quite a lot of savings on people's balance sheet you can see strong spending growth and there could be some upward pressure on prices. My expectation would be that that that will be neither large nor sustained for a long time. Now inflation has been lower than the federal reserve would like it to be and the central bank says it will only raise interest rates once we get back to full employment and inflation has been running above two percent for a while scott. Thanks for the insights. Really appreciate it. You're very welcome.

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Nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out of the labor force

Science Friday

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out of the labor force

"Report signals just how difficult to recovery the pandemic battered economy faces, the Labor Department says. Is 49,000 jobs were created in January, The unemployment rate fell to 6.3%. A lot of people have left the Labor force. Senior White House economic adviser Jared Bernstein says the administration's especially concerned The labor force has retained fewer women. This larger decrease for women is unusual in recessions and likely reflects both the industries that this pandemic has hit tourism services face to face industries, leisure and hospitality restaurants. On increased care responsibilities that have been pulling woman out of the labor force. Abide administration says today's jobs numbers further support the need for a new and big coronavirus relief package that includes extended employment and other protections. On the day the Senate took a

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Interview with Phil McAlister

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

06:53 min | 11 months ago

Interview with Phil McAlister

"Hello and welcome to the skeptics guide to the universe. Today is sunday january seventeenth twenty twenty one. And this is your host. Stephen avella joining me this week. Or bob novella. Everybody cara santa maria. Howdy joy novella. Hey guys and evan bernstein skepticism. On a sunday. I love it. This is a rare sunday recording. We're doing this because of the twelve hour show next saturday. The saturday this show comes out. I probably will be posted in this up right before we begin to twelve hours. Show so if. You're listening to this on saturday that it comes out. We're probably in the middle of the twelve hour show. Why aren't you watching that instead. Leaving this to console you on sunday or monday because the twelve hour livestream is over priorities. So we're not keep saying like we're trying to get away from doing the covert thing every week but there's always stuff to talk about that has to recover recovered. Schwab one thing about it. Obviously it's still raging the numbers that getting scary high still is crazy but david kessler which was announced as the covert czar for the incoming biden. Administration you guys remember who he is. Yes cast that. He was in From london movie right cutler no he was a former head of the fda in the ninety s and after his stint in the at the fda in the nineties the president for a while of yale school of medicine. That's how i. I know you have on speedo him personally. But you know the commissioner of food and drugs for h w bush and clinton muslim sounds nonpartisan. I like that a he. He was very much opposed to the shea. Dietary supplement health and education. Act which was a terrible loss stills eternal and he was he was completely right correct in his opposition to it so hopefully because a lot of experience. Hopefully he'll will prove to be the right person for this job. And we're hoping to shift into high gear will along that line steve in three days. Yeah did you hear. That biden is elevating. He's making a cabinet of science. Yes yes scientists. -nology whatever is now going to be cabinet. Level is a cabinet level position for the first ever cap which will not be in the line of succession by the way. It's a cabinet level position. But it's not a cabinet position. I thought he was building a cabinet filled with cool science thing like curio cabinet closet of mystery. I remember that from what is this endless fascination with forbidden closet of mr really cool i mean. It's the first time the president has ever put somebody at that high. A level in science position which conferences shows his commitment to evidence based policy and also francis. Arnold who i'm super excited about you guys remember. She's caltech scientist who recently won a nobel prize. She's going to be within his his group. I'm not really sure how everybody's designated quite yet but within that group of scientists which is very exciting. I think it should be like the bridge of the enterprise. D where you've got the president the vice president and you've got the czar of science right up there with the big boys because that's where belongs in the position that the council the troy was in. That's what i'm saying. Sitting do truth be told captains left. I am kind of glad that it's not a. I shouldn't say this i don't know i don't know if i would want it to be a cabinet position because then because then they enter into the line of succession and i do worry that whoever is appointed could potentially be. Isn't that a worry about every single cabinet level position. Never i mean. Is there a cabinet member. You guys ready to become president on day one. I mean unless you've watched the survivor soul survivor. Some of those people have served in previous administrations have worked in government. It's obviously it's never happened. I it's so unlikely that i don't think someone's going to pick or not pick a cabinet member because they don't think that they're ready to be president. Yeah i mean why. Scientists are science minded person. Good as president. I think that's what we want. They wouldn't necessarily be it would be but they would still need to be somebody who has executive leadership skills all right. Let's get right into some news items. Is it true that astronomers were wrong about the number of galaxies in the universe. a what. Yeah they're often wrong about stuff like that so yeah. The estimated number of galaxies in the universe was recently cut in half. You are correct steve. So how the hell did this happen. And and more importantly what is the worst title for a news item covering this discovery. All all will be revealed So this all started years ago when the hubble space telescope did some deep sky surveys and it came up with the estimate for the number of galaxies which was two trillion lots of galaxies two trillion in the universe. It did this by using by doing deep field observations. These are observations. That take a really long time looking at the same patch of sky. So you're you're building up the photons right you just building up. The photons. seeing what's revealed and that would that reveals after a while that reveals the very very very faint galaxies. And then then it's easy. Yes sir but can we clarify. Are you talking about the observable universe so you just just just a good point to a good time to clarify that. The the observable universe is a subset of the total universe because like because some of the universe has moved beyond the on the einstein limit rights even traveling at the speed of light. The universe is not old enough for light to travel from there to here so we can't see it's outside of our bubble our light bubble right. It's a little complicated. But yeah i think primarily although not necessarily implies that it's it's just it's just observable we'll we'll see maybe we can. Let's revisit at the end okay. So then so then. Once you have this patch of sky that you've looked at for a while Then you and then you then you know how many galaxies right then you just multiply that little patch by how many similar how many patches in the in the sky are there. And that's and that's basically. What hubble did but we knew that. That wasn't quite accurate though that that's because there has to be other galaxies that are out there that are just too faint to be directly detected even with the best deep field observation that the h. The hubble space telescope could muster onto those super faint galaxies though they do create a suffused glow. Just a general glow in the galaxy and now this background glow that i'm talking about is called the cosmic optical background which is a term. I hadn't i hadn't seen before which is fascinating because it reminded me of maybe was well the cosmic microwave background which is the first light of the universe when it became transparent to electro-magnetic radiation the cosmic optical background that was the glow of all the

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

"Minute Maid marmalade and Gatorade Promenade along. Our public opinion pollster is Paul Murphy of mercury research assisted by statistician margin of error. Our customer care representative is Haywood Jabez off. Our personal make-up artist is butt Shack our Ranch Foreman is hymen old Cowhand our Russian show for his Peak off and drop off my mother-in-law liaison his Stella pain Diaz who's married to our father only a John royal pain in the ass who are the proud parents of a teenage daughter Sasha pangas and a little dog Toto paint DS and the head of are working with a support group is Erasmus be dragging our chief counsel them are from of Dewey Cheatham and Howe is you Louis Dewey known to all his Deputy assistant bums in Harvard Square as Huey Louie Dewey. Thanks so much for listening where Click and Clack the tappet brothers and remember don't drive like my brother. I don't drive like my.

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

"E as Superman's father and his father wasn't he LL. That's the Israeli airline. You're well-fed. What's up bail? Well, I have to preface my question by saying that my father was Leonard Bernstein. No kidding. Yeah. Wow, and he had a sort of a lifelong quest for the perfect convertible. Did he really do miss everybody else on the road with I always knew I liked that guy really? He was a convertible. Yeah, and the olden days when his show was sponsored by Ford Lincoln don't get him started really hear you singing this song. But I have to say that of everything he ever did nothing wasn't as inspired as West O Rico my heart's devotion. Let it sink back in the ocean. That was inspired man. I think you gotta give Steve Sun time credit. Well, yeah, he did the words, right? Yeah most of them. Yeah. So I mean you in the music business Alex. Oh, no, I you know, I took some piano lessons and and individual it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't in your heart. Huh? So I mean what do you drive? Don't mind my asking I'm a teacher by trays of home of English and drama Hustle. The Arts are still I mean, didn't figure you for a concrete contractor jobs were right. I also run a foundation as my father started arts and Education Foundation concrete foundation and you were you work right in Manhattan and you live in Manhattan. I live in Manhattan in New Jersey. You got a car? Yes. I have a car it always amazes me that you could live in Manhattan and have a car it amazes me but there are I suppose millions of people who do it but you have a car and obviously like a question of you or anything. Yeah, we've made it to avoid your question for quite a while. I guess I will let you asked. Yeah, what's the problem? All right. It's not a problem. But when I was twelve we spent the summer in Rome and my father one of his convertibles he decided to buy a Maserati and so he was in love with this car and the guy that sold it to him said that when he down shifted he should do this thing called double clutching, you know, where right on the way down while you're in neutral you let the clutch out. Give it let's let's check put it back in again. Right and you put it back home. So I thought this was the coolest thing in the world and then when I got my first car a horrible Capri used Capri I started doing this and I've been wage. It ever since cuz I just remembered how cool it was. My father did it right. Now? This Maserati was like a fifty-something. Oh it was it must have been 68-67 off a 67 Maserati. It was beautiful. It was brand new. It was brand new. I think this Italian mechanic gave you a father bogus information. No doubt God. Yeah. I mean that's a given isn't it? You know, it was redundant. I'm sorry 67. I mean, it's so unlike. The only reason that you would ever have to double clutch is if you don't have a synchronized transmission just transmission doesn't have a week all synchros in it synchromesh transmission and right and the Maserati must have had a synchromesh transmission by that time virtually. Everyone had one a certainly a high-end car like that would have had sure which would obviate the necessity of double clutch double clutching. The reason you would double clutch is to match the dog. Speed so that you wouldn't get gear Clash when you shifted especially downshifting. So you would W let the clutch out while the thing was in neutral and you change the engine speed usually bring it up if you were up shift down so that the gears would be turning at the same speed so they wouldn't clash and grind when you made your shift and it would take some practice to figure out exactly how much gas you would have to give it between shifts. Otherwise, you would put it in to the next gear wage. And as you try to get it into gear you'd get this right because the engine would be turning out as much different speed from the transmission and you'd have to wonderful grinding noise and I may have to say though that once you had learned the technique of double clutching it is a magnificent way to drive. Oh, I love it totally unnecessary. But it makes you feel like you're racing like you're really doing something and you will never unlearn this. I mean you've been doing this for years. Obviously, you'll never unlearn it, but it looks cool. Doesn't it? I mean the People page You all the time what you're doing? Sure. Yeah, and you say can you say I'm double clutching? That's right, and they say wow, and there's nothing wrong with doing it. Really? Oh, that's nice put a little extra. We're on the clutch and the release bearing in the clutch cable and the linkage and and the pedal assembly and all that. Have you been running through a lot of clutches on all these cars that you want in the past ten years. As a matter of fact, I never did you never did no one else has gone wrong. So what is it that you're driving? Anyway, Saab 900, that's cool. Yeah. Well, I would continue doing yeah. Well, I'm relieved to know that I don't ruining my car. Well, you're not you're not ruining your car. All right, you are ruining your car. No, tell them that we can be honest Alex an adult you can take it you are but in the long run, what's the name? You're never going to break yourself of this habit. So it's better that we just tell you that you're not ruining your car and you can go off happy and just keep doing what you're doing. Yeah, just forget you have a called us. Nothing else. It will remind you every time you double clutch. It will remind you of that wonderful summer. You spent in Italy it remind you of your dad exactly and the joy, he's brought to everyone and that's that's the reason why you should continue to do it. And in fact, I think everyone who has a manual transmission should double clutch in honor of wanted. I am going to start double clutching my car off every time you do it. You say we're pretty call. My husband was supposed to have a strong person. I'm sure one of our listeners one of our listeners in your father's individual style will be able to write a song using his music and putting words which have double clutching. I'm sure someone will do the theater. Yeah. I think it's a great idea. We should all double clutch in honor of linen and when people say what are you doing? I'm Bernstein wage. You mean you don't do that when you drive everyone will do so we can change the whole change from reality and then think a hundred years from now on people are trying to figure out what the hell is this call Berenstain. Nobody will know just like now you dial the phone. It's got no dial, right but you dial it. All right twenty years from now even now kids that why is it called to dial? Not a dial Rush. Yeah, so this will become known as Bernstein in the clutch or burning out the lights burning Alexander. Thanks a million. Well, I'm the clutch. I love it. Well, you've done it again. You've wasted another perfectly good hour listening to Car Talk. Our esteemed producer is Doug the subway fugitive not a slave to Fashion a jungle boy Berman our associate producers a David the Cavs of Bellville green and Catherine Fowler blucher fellows. Our web Lackey is Doug the old gray mare assisted by Connie bridgford our Engineers John Cartman karate birth. Theme music is by David grisman and our technical spiritual and menu advisor just back from the Miami-Dade sushi grade. Tuna fillet room laid.

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

"107,000. Hello. You're on Car Talk. Hi, this is Amy calling from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Amy Amy. Yes, Amy Grand Rapids. Yeah, I have a 2002 Pontiac Montana. Yeah, and I run the air conditioning and I'm blowing it on a level three or four then I switch it off. So it's venting at the same level just white cloudy stuff has been pouring out of the middle vent. Yes, and the first time I thought it was smoked. So I pulled over I know isn't that scary. I blew it toward myself and doesn't smell like anything. It was kind of scary. But then I just realized it was some sort of cloud. Yep. Exactly for cloud what it was. It's a meteorological Cloud phenomenon. You you made you made a low pressure system you ever watch the Weather Channel on offer you made you made when you turned off the AC and flipped it to vent you allowed warm moisture. The reason you have the AC on in the first place is that it was hot and damp and hot and muggy and that's what you did when you flipped over to vent as you allow that hot and muggy are all of a sudden to come through the same ventilation duct that was printed. He had been transporting the Carfax conditioned air into your passenger compartment and when those two air masses collided right you had a collision of who are with no moisture in it and log Elmer are full of moisture and you got a cloud. You're lucky you didn't have a lightning storm. Is that normal? Yes, I never heard of anything like that and I didn't want to call the dealership because I thought they'd think was idiot charge you to write and they charged me last time. I had my service engine soon light went on. So I took it to the dealer and they charged me $75 to tell me my gas cap wasn't screwed on Thursday until my brother that for a long time. Yeah. So that's normal It's Perfectly Normal especially if you smelled it and it doesn't smell of doesn't smell like anything in the fact that most people don't do this, but you did I mean most people leave the air conditioner on until they've shut off the car, but you had to go fiddling around with the control and it doesn't happen all the time. Does it? No it didn't happen today. Yeah. This is most likely to happen on the hot summer day exactly when it happened and on those hot summer days. Don't turn the air conditioner up leave it up on to my destination. Right. We are trying to save a little bit of the environment. That's exactly here on we appreciate what you're doing. And I think it was a good thing as long as it doesn't Cloud up the cost so much that you can't seem to close out for maybe 30 seconds or a minute. No. No, I've had it happen before and it can be pretty scary. Well, it was the first time yeah, especially when you can't see see you later. Thank you so much. Thanks for your call by by by by. All right. Look it's time for us to take a short break. And when we come back we will have the opening Puzzler of.

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

"And even those shoes everywhere yell pool and tossed their radios into the air when they hear us both get this is NPR this message comes from Car Talk on NPR sponsor. Aren t a new collector's edition magazine for the automotive enthusiasts that delivers immersive stories striking visuals long deep Dives on new cars and future Classics. Plus you're invited to join the r&t track club where you'll be granted access to exclusive events virtual experiences perks promotions Automotive Adventures around the world and much much more to join the club and live the drive visit roadandtrack.com. This message comes from Car Talk on NPR sponsor better help a truly afford. Trouble online Counseling Service fill out a questionnaire online and get matched with a licensed counselor best suited to your mental health needs whether it's depression anxiety or trauma better help you overcome. What stands in the way of your happiness? Learn more at betterhelp.com and get 10% off your first month with promo code car talk better help get help anytime anywhere else on Facebook. There are these three brothers who love guns say guns are over-regulated say the NRA is too quick to compromise and they're gaining more followers every day. They're very in your face and offensive by God, I love them for it. Listen now to the no-compromise podcast from NPR. Hi, we're back you listen to them talk with us Click and Clack the tappet brothers and we're here to talk about cars car repair and creative writing 101. I mean, this is a perfect example of why dog Whole world is hopeless. It's hopeless. This isn't a presumably real from SMU in class assignment for Wednesday today will experiment with a new form called the tandem story. Each person will pair off with the person sitting to his or her immediate. Right one of you will then write the first paragraph of a short story The partner will read the first paragraph and add another paragraph to the story. Then the foam will add a third paragraph into so on back and forth It's Kind of a hurry to our show. Yeah exactly. Here we go. First the first person writes at first Laurie couldn't decide which kind of tea she wanted the chamomile what used to be her favorite for lazy lazy evenings at home now reminded her too much of Carl who once said in happier times that he liked him meal, but she felt she must now at all costs keep her mind off Carl his possessiveness was suffocating and if she thought about him too much her asthma started acting up again. So chamomile was out of the question dead. Say social far so good. She hands us over to the guy next door to watch the guy sitting next to her. Meanwhile Advanced Sergeant Carl Harris leader of the attack Squadron now in orbit over skylon four or more important things to think about than the neuroses of an air-headed asthmatic bimbo named Lori with whom he had spent one sweaty night over a year ago. Station 17. He said into his transgalactic Communicator polar orbit established no sign of resistance so far, but before he could sign off a bluish particle beam flashed out of nowhere and blasted a hole through his ships cargo bay the joke from the Direct Hit sent him flying out of the seat and across the cockpit hands it back there. He bumped his head and died almost immediately, but not before he felt one last Pang of regret for psychically brutalizing. The one woman who had ever had feelings for him soon afterwards Earth stopped. It's pointless hostilities towards the peaceful farmers of skylon for congress passes law permanently abolishing war and space travel Laurie read in her newspaper one morning, the news simultaneously excited her and bored her she stared out the window dreaming of her youth when the days had passed unhurriedly in Carefree with no newspapers to read no television to distract her the design visited them back to him little did she know had less than ten seconds to live thousands of miles above the city the n off the ship wants the first of its lithium Fusion just goes on and on but it's hopeless, isn't it? It's well Hearing is hopeless. Well, I wonder how unlike most communication even between husband and wife. I mean your wife is off. I think I'll have chamomile to you. Meanwhile Masters such. Well, it just proves that most people are in their own world the truth and they don't want a big dog. Wow lithium was that with the infusion missile? I like she know had less than 10 seconds off Fusion missiles will be raining down on him. Hey, by the way, I have got some great news for our listeners The Puzzler is back. Is that rested really frustrated and raring to go? Well, let's just say it's back. Anyway, we will have a brand spanking new puzzle coming up in the third half of show, so don't touch that dial but right now wage. You have a question about your car or anything. Give us a call. The number is 888 car talk. That's 882-207-8255. Hello. You're on Car Talk? Hi, this is oddly in Boston wage. What's your name? Idler call boy. That's the new one on us. How do you spell this? A d as in David L a toddler? Yeah, what's the origin of this name? Where I'm supposed to new name? Okay, I'd Le yes. So what's up in Boston Our Fair City. I do actually I just moved here from Minnesota. Oh you wanted to escape those harsh minutes or so you came here, right? Good thinking when I had a harsh welcome. What's up? Well, I have a 96 Honda Civic and I got in my car off work as usual one morning and the car wouldn't start. You wouldn't nothing nothing. So open the hood battery's gone really dead. How did they get my battery? Yeah, the car is locked cars locked disclosed. I don't know how I don't know how they did. You must do this all the time. I do it all the time. It's not it's not often. But once in a while we get cars that come into our shop where the hood release cable is broken. Yeah that cable that runs from the handle inside your car. Okay runs through the firewall and it runs to the latch which is located with in front of the radiator. Okay, and what they're doing is they're getting underneath the car and finding that cable which by the way is not easy to find and it's not easy to reach easier on some cars than others probably on a Honda Civic. It's pretty it's easy on a Civic actually. Yeah, and on some cars it's buried and you'd have a hard time getting under their those are the ones that we have to choose a longhorn or would open. We're not disseminating this information to all the song. Do it already Napleton Honda Civics are probably a good Target. And that's why tomorrow there will be a lot more battery thefts from 1. If you want to Port them you can go out and buy yourself something like a Rottweiler..

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

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"d bernstein" Discussed on Car Talk

"With us Click and Clack the tappet brothers and we're broadcasting this week from the Opposites Attract Department here at Car Talk Plaza. Very good Ashley. This seems to have been written by a guy named Jack went off New Yorker. It's titled how I met my wife. Aha and was sent to us by a guy named Craig Douglas. Go for it man. I'll pay close attention. This is tough to comprehend. Okay wage. It has been a rough day. So when I walked into the party, I was very chalant despite my efforts to appear gruntled and constant. I was off furling my real D umbrella for the coat-check when I saw her standing alone in a corner. She was a descriptive person a woman in a state of total array off. Her hair was camped her clothing shoveled and she moved in a game leeway. I wanted desperately to be here, but I knew I'd have to make bones about it was travelling Cog needle, but then for some apparent reason she looked in my direction and smiled in a way that I could make heads or tails off. I was plussed home. It was concerning to see that she was communicato wanting to make only call for remarks. I started talking about the hors d'oeuvres trying to abuse her of them. Question that I was stupid, then the conversation became more and more court and we spoke at length much avail, but I was defendable. So I had to leave at a Godly our I asked if she wanted to come with me to my delight she was committal. We left the party together and have them together ever since I have given her my love and she has requited. Hey Jack winter from The New Yorker. You got a few facts here dude. It's probably eighty five years old. Well exactly. I got no, but you always wonder where worlds like disgruntled come from home. Well, I mean, have you ever met anyone who was gruntled? I mean, strive everyday to be grumpy and it hasn't worked know. It's not easy. I mean, can you get on gruntled eye dog? Why are on disgruntled? Yeah, I think that's that's the question. Yes, actually as long as we're discussing that here's another thing that goes with it a Linguistics Professor was expounding upon the differences in positives and negatives in different languages, according to the professor one in the English language a double negative makes something a positive in Russian and something related languages double negative remains a negative and the professor asserted. There is no language Java in which double positive makes a negative thoughts made this last statement a voice in the back of room piped up. Yeah, right. Well look if you have a question is a fascinating language isn't the if you ever question about your car you want to be disgruntled with the answer. The number to call is 888. That's 888-2278. Hi, my name is Esther Smith. Denver Esther hurry guy is that Esther with an H or like is that polyester? No. No, it's so the name from Denver from Denver. What's up? Esther Thursday? I have an RX-7 Mazda. Yeah. Well, mine's making it really weird noise. Okay, the coolant light keeps going off when I'm on the highway. I'll just go on and off and use it makes a noise noise annoying noise really have yet like opened up the engine compartment. I well what I do is before I leave for work. I kind of fill up the radiator. Just tell me would it make the noise? Yes a little bit and not even a cup. Yeah, maybe half a cup. But every day you have to add this half cup that way. I don't have to change the noise. Yeah. Yeah, so I don't know what it is. I'm ready to call my mechanic cuz it's driving me nuts. I wouldn't don't do anything rash is not the noise is not directly associated with the coolant light coming off. Otherwise, it isn't a warning buzzer. Is it it is it I was telling you have no I do but why is that what I want to know? Why why do I have a leak? Or is it yes, you have a leak sure my definition you have a leak. You're only you're a few scenarios at work here either someone stealing it at night while you're tired or it's leaking out if it stayed inside you wouldn't be able to fit another cup in the next day. So therefore it's coming out somewhere and I believe your radiator has a sensor at the top of the radiator that reads the coolant level and if it just drops down an inch or so boom it turns daylight on the light comes on. And so now the question is, where is it coming? What year? Is this our extension 91? Well, it could be a cracked engine block drive 12 miles a day off. If you're lucky and it's more most likely to be something like a bad water pump. So you need to replace the water pump cross my fingers. Here's a we have a philosophy philosophical question here. Would it be better to tell Esther the worst possible things that could be or should we just tell it I mean, let's face it could be as simple as a lowly hose clamp. It could be that which would cost zero to fix. Well, they charge you $50, but it would cost you. You know, I fix it myself always have to size up the collar off a nice sized you up right away as to that as being one who could take bad news with dignity. Oh, so it's it's an individual thing. Yes. You can't have a black Jake Paul. That's why I went right to the most disastrous thing. You could have a brain tumor like got the puddle forming at the Mass General Hospital. It could be nothing or you could have a break too much off. I don't have a brain tumor. I think my car has some kind of tumor cracked engine block would be the equivalent of a brain tumor and maybe even worse than loose hose clamp would be obviously the simplest thing it could be so it probably is somewhere between those two and right in between those two is the water pump. Okay, so I would take it someplace you immediately back if you persist in letting it run low on coolant. You're going to wreck the engine for sure and I know you were hoping that we would fix it telephonically. I guess I'll call my mechanic today. Yeah, I did you should do it because I mean it might be something really easy and it's better to get it done than to erect the engine. Okay, I will all right. Thanks for calling us. Do you have a good day. Bye 188?.

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