17 Burst results for "Daniel George"
"daniel george" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Take it, you'll give it a home's burst through the 10 over the town and roll down at the 13 yard line against seven. It's second down and three I'm talking about. Mike Moran on a good block up front and Holmes. Remember two freshmen have been a big part of this three game winning streak. Hopefully before here at the end of this game, and two true freshmen. Have been the going the bulk of the work and running game excellent prospects that they're showing it to. Travis will get the ball the homes again through the hole over the 15 and is able to get to the 19 yard line of the Penn State. First down. Good cup back by Khuzai a home's good job, his offensive line again coming off the football. Well, I'll tell you outstanding block like Miranda pulling around and taking on his man and Holmes comes off of that blocked by Miranda and goes up field and gets the first down first attend their own 19 thoughts until the near side Daniel George far side with Isaac, What's And 1st and 10 for their own 19 homes. Emotional life runs quarterback draw Levis to the 20 tripped up over the 20th 24, but he gets five. It's second and five and Camp Sullivan Brown's going to come in the game. Dotson's 11 Yards shy it 200 receiving in this game, and he's going out right now and can't Solomon Browne will come in? See if John's Day or his night is done..
"daniel george" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Keeping himself swings. The left 45 taken it inside the 45 43 by Drew Beasley. Raise up a third down and about six for Penn State at the 43 Clifford right at the line of scrimmage, taking all the time in the world on every area play here. Run that play clock down as much as he could. You kind of bounce it back again. Look like you know, almost like a busted play came back and got caught from behind on the place. So See what they end up doing here, But I think I end up throwing a football here on third down with. Well, Levis, a quarterback Levis is in there now. Heard and six of the 44 Michigan state near Hash. Not sit in Washington far side Daniel George near side Levis. Keeping himself in there waiting for him, and he's taken out for loss of the 46 yard line. What was accomplished on this drive was quite simple. They've taken two minutes off the clock. Yeah, everybody up at the line of scrimmage Drift are tight ends trying to block downfield. Theo Johnson. He gets thrown right back into Levis and We end up doing exactly you're talking about is taking is much time you possibly could, but three running plays. Normally do that with eight minutes left to go. You do that with about a minute later. I have to go in the game, but I think right now. James Franklin is comfortable with the 39 points he has right now and the way his defense is playing. Stout down the one on the play clock. It's the staff. They come after him. He kicks it out of there He goes down the flag goes down. Reed makes the fair catch of the 12 yard line. Now, let's see if it's roughing or running into I think it's going to be running into. Well, let's see because he went down pretty good. They're trying to explain it, James. Whether it's the five Form or Running into the kicker, but defense number 83 police decline. Results of the play first down. And they'll start from the 11 yard line with 7 57 to go so they took two minutes and 25 seconds off the clock. The 39 24 lead amazing stopped after the horrific hit he took last week and Rutgers that That he was back there, partner you talk about a courageous young man went down again here today,.
"daniel george" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Job before you got extra effort running now. Offense, doing a better job of finishing off blocks downfield and four did a good hard run. It's going to be Ford again. Ford smashes into the left side of the line, and I think he might have a jack he does lines make him right now is signaling is the first down to move the chains. Hey, four does a good job of keeping his balance a lot of time and on his third down short yardage. He's got a lot of power going forward. He finishes off a lot of runs. He's broken more tackles today, and that was a big reason why Yes, they keeps this driver was alive. Georgia and Parker. Washington near side John Dodson Far side Friar, Move, Simi. Strange win right? Was content that goes, 11 splits coming throws deflected away by pain and incomplete. Billman was coming off the edge of the blitz and pain deflected it its second in 10. Pain, got his hands underneath. He's trying to get out Rocketi outside that time, Pangea gets his hands up in the air. So Daniel George will go to the far side near side. It's Washington and Dotson. Wing left. Strange second Intend. Nebraska 37 4 man front. Show blitz from the outside far side. Levis back throws over the middle, knocked away and incomplete by poodles. Okay,.
"daniel george" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"John Ritchie 94 w. I understand that last segment. We're off the air for a portion of time. Not quite sure how long it is one thing about hosting a show and every once in a while you get knocked off the air. That audio difficulties. You don't know what was missed. The brilliant or a lack of words that were said something quite sure what what cut out there, But I'll just say this. Then I'll get right to the calls. I I thought it was. It startled me yesterday when people laughed at me when I advocated the Eagles keep their eyes open for other options at quarterback. Around the NFL. You know you have one option in jail in hurts. I don't know that he's a good option. He might be a good option Might be a great option might be terrible option. The coaches would have a better sense of that, then all of this based on what they see behind the scenes, but I know this. The Eagles have shown a propensity twice in just the last couple of years. Tohave multiple options. Once they did so if you remember back in 2015, or shoot me into 2016 when they had Bradford and drafted went, it was like, Well, okay, that's interesting. They went to quarterbacks there and they were committed to Bradford. So they said, And I think what have started him. Teddy Bridgewater. Not got hurt, You know, 10 days before the season started, So that was one example. Another example. What happened last April? The reality is they had went. They used a second round draft pick on hurts how he has, I think demonstrated before. Propensity to kind of try to stock off the quarterback. Now I think there is a need to find a future franchise quarterback for the Eagles. I really believe that I hope once complains way back into my belief there. I think it's unlikely. So, yes, I think the eagle should very much look at scout up the whole deal, Garoppolo games Sam Darnold games and others because one of them One of them might be the Eagle's next quarterback really might be. 21559 to 94 94. Where do you stand on all this to go to the phones. Let's kick it off with Ah, bup up up. Let's go to rob here in Delaware. Rob, you're on W Robbie. Yo, Bodie. I can't let you go here, man, the road and I never guys that's right. But not going to die in this case for you because you realize you said in a relationship when you start to look at other options, and then you start to name a bunch of men. I'm just wondering if Amy's not really because her real name is Adam. We're talking football here. You know, I'm looking. I'm looking for Sam Darnold. Maybe not. Helen Hunt. What was that movie? Helen Hunt was the quarterback. What was that? Yeah, Helen from now, this is a man. Come on. Robin moved from the eighties with Helen Hunt a quarterback. Anyway, Go ahead, Joe. I mean, I just gotta say, and Sam Darnold really jammed. Arnold is a better option. Do you think Carson went first in the room and I can first off Rob? I didn't say he is a better option. I said he's an option. And I'm going to use the next eight games to evaluate what he's got. Absolutely. Just look at his last three seasons with by the way better receivers in course, instead, since 2017 I mean the guy had Robbie Anderson got Jamison Crowder's. Now He's got guns. Ellman's A short paramedics in the gun, either I will, but on one look, I'll go right on the record saying this right now, and I know a lot of people find this crazy. I'll just said I don't know that he's a better option. But if the Eagles were presented with the opportunity to trade winds for Donald right now, I would, Because here's what I know. Whence is not going to be good for the next seven or eight years. Maybe Donald this maybe So, Yeah, I would say that we just said that I would have said whence is not going to be good. He's not. You're making this decision. Based on the eight games that we've seen this year, you would have your forgetting It's one a 2.5 years of the games that he's played. As an eagle 2.5 years 2.5 years the last two years through seven picks. He wasn't turning the ball over like he is now he was giving us major upside. That's why they gave him that. That's why they guaranteed him. 100. Whatever. It was $107.9 million guarantee, But that's not love. And that is another reason. Why would you Why you're I cannot be roving. You're wasting your time. This contract is will be paid. But John, you're also you. He is your guy this year, and he is your guy. Next letter. The contract might might lend itself to that. Rob what were going to say you want, John, Do me a favor. Give give Give Joe rich give Jo's room and I a nice black and blue mark and crushed just ridiculous. I agree. I I You know, Joe's your face. Thank you, Mi. You know, Joe, you you've sunk to a new low here. That we knew that we know that that you are no longer on the Carson train or whatever you call it, Maggie Carson Trio that you've judged this man. It lingers, caravan. Karen, Why aren't you open to it? Just riddle me that wiring you open to keeping your eyes because I don't think this is who he is. And I do believe that this quote quarterback factory has done him wrong. Like they're leading him astray. Just the ability that he's shown us is fantastic, like we know that his ceiling can be so high, given up on him after eight bad games when he hasn't had help when he's when he hasn't had time when he hasn't had the receivers. That that is. That's crazy. This is pulling the plug far too early on a guy that you can't pull the plug on anyway, because of his contract and the options out there that you're naming. I mean, Sam Darnold. Yeah, I guess I like him like a za future. You know, upside type guy, but I know what we have here, and it's better than what's out there. I will tell you what I hear a lot from you today, John. Two words. Theory talk. That's the thing. It's not theory talk because we've seen what he conduce. We've seen how good he can be along the way when the situation is right. How long do we wait for that to re emerged? I mean, honestly, serious question. How long do we wait for that to re emerge this season and next season. And look and and it's basically like that's the way the contract is laid out like you will wait. You you must wait. I understand your point There is I agree with agree with you that it is like I said this the whole way that it is likely Carson only back next year starting quarterback because of the contract. I wish that wasn't so I recognise that I do right now. You can get more active with the trade possibilities. I guess like if you're going to go, you're out. You put it out there that Hey, we're willing, Tio. You deal here and part of what I think is intriguing about Donald. The rest of these guys don't have much upside. They don't like Daniel job Colonel does Daniel George could become available if the Giants get Trevor Lawrence or a different quarterback? I don't want Daniel. No. Me neither. I don't want him telling you those other teams in the NFL if we if we turn to them and say, Hey, guess what. Open market on Carson Wentz. Anyone interested? Everyone. Short of you know the Seahawks and and that that? Yes, everyone out there. Their ears will perk up. You keep Carson wants is available. Listen, if you can hoodwink people cool. I'm all for it. All right? Go to Stephen Deptford. Steve, You're on. W O you, Jo Jo! John, How are you doing? Well, Steve, Joe,.
"daniel george" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Rogers, Steve Jones, Jack him. Roger Corey, Bob Taylor Paper Stadium soap Estate down 21 72 45 to go with that they start from their own 11, But they had three time outs. And of course we know the clock stops. On first down play, So they really have an eternity here, and this is a huge Siri's right here. But you're exactly right. If you could get down downfield with 2 45 left, Get a touchdown. Get back within one score, Go to the locker room, knowing her to get the third quarter kick off. So this is a really momenta MME swing here right now. I start on their own 11 yard line, but realized that the last drive, they're able to put it in the end zones and they got a chance here right now to get within one score before the end of the half. Devin Ford's running back to the left of Clifford Too tight ends. Fire Move and strange far side near side. It is Jihad. Dotson had Parker Washington. From their own 11, 1st and 10 for hash going right to left. As we see it. Back goes, Clifford steps up with time delivers deep downfield, Freimuth adjust. He's got any dropped it in complete, got hit at the 45 yard line. The last second could not real it in it is 2nd and 10 balls right there too long, dispense state sideline. Everything's going deep downfield to friar moves, but this time in and out and up He was opened by about a yard and a half and Clifford put the ball there up over. The defender just could not come down. When the safety came over the top they could come on to play. That's WHO. Georgia football, Luce. Washington Far side should be dots in far side near side. Daniel George, along with Parker, Washington and Freimuth, Ford is to the right and second intend. They'll throw again back, delivers downfield adjusted, the ball reaches up and knocked away and incomplete. It's going to be third down and 10 from their own 11 year. Our line and now Maryland. Is looking at a big play here for them with 2 32 to go in the half Good coverage that time they had Dotson well covered. When we put went up to the football, the defender did as well and you're right. This is a huge third down play here right now. For Penn State to keep this drive going across India. Korean Bennett made a nice play there from Maryland, 3rd and 10 from their own 11 yard line have taken two relatively deep shots here Now they need to convert on third intent. Back goes Clifford. Steps up. He's got problems gets away. He'll keep it to go to the 15 21st out 25 They keep it alive with 2 24 to go in the.
"daniel george" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
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"daniel george" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Daniel George stop domino's over third base the cardinals lead five four with one out a runner at third base Robert standing in the on deck circle we're waiting for the pensioner the pensioner for Jason motte the sacrifice J. is at third base Tony LaRussa pops out of the dugout no more waiting a pensioner will waiting for somebody to come up the dugout steps and it's going to be Gerald layered Jerry all right handed batter got the sacrifice done and the other right handed batter available off the bench is the backup catcher Gerald layered where did a home run in the game yesterday his first national legal run ins first cardinal run he's hoping to get some left on one and get a run in to give the cardinals an insurance run where the benches here Terry did his job advancing the runner former ranger former tiger was in the open organization Gerald layered.
"daniel george" Discussed on WEEI
"I will start right there in the NFL the giants have waived cornerback to Norris Jenkins two days after the manner in appropriate for mark to a fan on Twitter giants also made it official Daniel George Alfred Sunday with the bed lead you lie manning will start also editing room will play for big blue Steelers receiver juju Smith Schuster is not expected to play Sunday night against the bills after he aggravated his knee injury during practice yesterday eagles one of all Shawn Jeffrey for the remainder of the two thousand nineteen season end they might not have been for two thousand twenty others gonna lose Frank injury that's going to require surgery James Winston will start Sunday's game Tampa Bay Detroit Mike Evans will not play he's out forty Niners to play defensive tackle DJ Jones on I. R. with an ankle injury bill Callahan announced that Ryan Kerrigan as a bed cap is been placed on IR is two thousand nineteen campaign is over according to sources wind silver feel the met this interim head coach let's remove in a room from the title will be hired as the Tigers new head coach from baseball lefthander Martine Perez in agreement with the red Sox on a one year contract the club option for twenty twenty one J. Berman listen to Ted as in the moose weekdays at six AM eastern and DA at nine AM eastern as you start your work days with CBS sports live from southern California this is.
"daniel george" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Welcome back our final segment with PMH Atwater's they book the forever angels I love the cover by the way those big blue eyes of that little girl now they just grab these are great I just have a great grand child she's three weeks old right now wow my granddaughter sends me pictures of her little baby and I mean every day you can just see something there so today she sneezed for the first time and it scared her because you know what was the little baby and she's got these huge eyes and she took a picture of her notes just put pressure so it really is thank you kind of wonder sometimes what that little baby is thinking yes. absolutely like I know you lose a picture of her three weeks old with her little hand under her chin like one of those thinker type looks yes yes the she's processing yeah they are there their brains are functioning fast aren't they absolutely. Anderson might be one of the others who was this was this board awake and aware yeah absolutely how did you get started PMH into this field I died. and that's what really triggered you into this yeah because you've died what three times right three times in three months is that enough. yeah I think so and so you know you're not afraid to die are you. no not at all no rush but you're not afraid to die no not at all well this is my third near death experiences I was told I was told. then by this incredible voice that I was to do the research. I I was headed toward being a bank manager I was taking classes in a minute American banking institute I wanted to become a bank manager and I was raped I became pregnant as. in all this all of the problems with the pregnancy because the death. I died of first January second nineteen seventy seven nine January forms the baby okay seventy seven and then March twenty nine later that year I had three major relapses. one of which was total adrenal failure. so I can't say that nineteen seventy seven was my year I had to re learn how to stand how to call how to detail the difference between left and right see properly here properly and rebuild all my beliefs and belief systems so now you know I'm I'm a recreated model of what I used to be I'm very different I think different yeah. you sure have you sure have doodle dandy in Brinkley he passed on three times yeah I agree good yeah great let's go back to the calls let's go to whose turn is it it's land in Santa Ana California land welcome to the program. I'm a Christian hi. Hey George this is the second time calling on the hi I think it's a really elaborate on right near death experience a lot of research on I saw on my real. billion in canyon lake and I and and the he talked about the. Mangalorean spot so is blue on blue so I found on out that recently that's what happened to you no no I understand. the thing that's been playing together in researching and then like five years ago I had a near death experience in that sounds like on account of nine to limit the house dated cards location on which is a. they didn't have you had any near death experiences where use did sauce are nothing. and now that I'm not ready to collect now you're in no rush yet no less and when I was younger thank you for any schooling I had like a clear warning Hanna has deja vu all you have and then when I got to school and I had an Tiffany that I've been here before so I was very precocious kid trying not prime case PMH and almost exactly as your study we are very sensitive kid yes absolutely yeah in a N. as you get older after you've had an experience like can land has had or these other four hundred people do you continue to augment your psychic abilities though they get even better. what I can say is life itself gets better because I feel better because I'm happier because I'm more joyful because life makes sense to me. all aspects of life makes sense to me I can't say the others side this side I can't say psychic intuitive to me it is it's all the same. it it's it's just all a big one joyous batch. being alive in the earth plane and yeah and and doing what I feel I'm here to do of the members of the study that are still with us many of them do they keep in touch with you. no not necessarily and that nor do I asked them to or want them to. I won I want them to go my desire is that they go on with their lives. very xcelerated in this sense of of of feeling happier that life makes sense the take it and take advantage of that yeah. let's go to Dan and Virginia east of the Rockies Hey Daniel George is the standard by men of the angels hello Sir Hey I'm not going to take very long I have a special little surprise here for you being that age okay I am sure that you probably have a hopefully will have encounters involving the site lose synesthetes impasse and poly masks is not a sales I have something that I want you to do I want and this will bring actually us files and of the gas a coast to coast in your corner to fulfill your aspirations about science is helping you with your work I want you to think of are tied into mame into paradigms so that those paradigms beat back into archetypes you see what I mean it's feed back loop. any normal translates your markers you see and the and the anecdotes and things you see over to the feedback loops then you can have people such as Dr George perhaps and you can have doctor Gary E. R. Schwartz and held in Taylor you can have doctor Bruce Goldberg he and I could list a whole bunch of them there but what this will do we will give you a New Horizons of of books you see and this will also connect and what I do since I had my first near death experience when I was in the incubator. and you're one of them right and little red I mean a lot of that and I and on and on. I will continue to do even more right hi I was going to mention to you that this will lead you in to the cycle of non physical death rebirth experiences using already been there okay big I wanted you to realize what you've actually got here with what I've given you in a whole network of books and so that you were going to influence you can influence approximately a thousand other people's books that you've said every maybe even more Daniel maybe even more. fantastic next up let's go to Tamara in Ogden Utah west of the Rockies side tomorrow hi I am wondering states that don't have death with dignity and people that try to do that on their own and don't make it.
"daniel george" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The path to peace and progress and freedom and justice and a better world. for all humanity. begins at home. thank you god bless you. god bless the nations of the world. and god bless America thank you very much. I wish to fund the privileges of America for disturbing just made. your article three preventing through man featured one would give the president president trump's remarks at the seventy fourth session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City. this has been live coverage you're listening to C. span radio and WCS PFM Washington coming up later today house speaker Nancy Pelosi at the Atlantic festival she'll be speaking with the Atlantic's president Margaret Margaret low and Jeffrey Goldberg also the he's the editor in chief. house Democrats later are holding a special caucus meeting at the capitol they'll be discussing the status of their impeachment inquiry and the whistle blower complaint against president trump. Congress is in session today at noon eastern the house returns for general speeches and at two PM the house takes up several bills looking at humanitarian aid on C. span to the Senate is in session now they came in and began their day at ten AM eastern time. the US Senate continues debate on executive nominations but right now on the Senate floor Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is talking about. the complaint by the whistle blower. and he'll also went on to discuss border wall funding and we take you to the Senate floor and listen in probably projects in Florida. money from programs we used to combat Russian cyber aggression and money to upgrade storage facilities that are decrepit and pose a risk because of the munitions that are stored there. what the heck are we doing here. Congress appropriated these funds with a specific purpose. in our constitution. resident doesn't get to decide where the money goes we do. he gets a veto power. he tried to shut down the government. and sales. and if you can get around. the constitutionally sanctioned. balance of power. that's what it dictator does not someone who believes in democracy and rule of law. when he is done here far exceeds any over reach that my Republican colleagues complain about the president Obama did. a remarkably too many are silent. too many are willing to go along. fear of this president. how many of my colleagues know privately. does not have the honor. morality. honesty. and actually competence. to do this job they know that they go along with just about everything he does now on a policy basis we can shrug your shoulders that's differences between the parties but when it comes to defending the constitution and rule of law. and not letting the executive over reach that number one fear of the founding fathers were above that where our Republican colleagues. I'm sure if the shoe were on the other foot in a democratic president declared an emergency to re appropriate funds my Republican colleagues would be up in arms as I mention when president Obama did far less they were screaming bloody murder. but now they're remarkably silent. so it's about time. our Senate Republicans stood up for the rule of law stood up for the constitution and stood up to the president when he was wrong. time to reassert the powers of the legislative branch the people's branch of government. Senate Republicans will have that opportunity this week likely tomorrow and the American people will clearly be able to see whose side each Republican is on. the people signed. the constitution side. or the president site. finally on the George Johnny nomination. later today the Senate will vote on the confirmation of Daniel George Johnny to service solicitor at the department of interior. by all rights leader McConnell should withdraw withdraw this vote from the floor. Mr Jr Johnny's career is out of step with the agency's mission and it has come to light that Mr Jr Johnny likely lied to Congress about his role in the department's adherence to transparency loss. under president trump. the interior department has been mired in several investigations about the ethical conduct of its political appointees including former secretaries Anke. it's obvious that the interior department sorely needs transparency and public accountability especially when the stewardship of our public lands is at stake for the park but it at the department of interior political appointees. have instituted policies to Stonewall and squash transparency. it's likely that Mr George Johnny played a key role in shaping these policies and it is at this moment one of the subjects of an interior inspecting the interior department inspector general investigation. despite in sworn testimony claiming no role in reviewing public records requests public documentation has shown that Mr Jr Johnny was regularly made aware of for your requests involving high level political appointees. if confirmed your journey would play an even larger role in overseeing the interior department's public releases. this is the president say clean this one. nomination after nomination and he makes make the swamp even still fear thinking here. he seems to have no morality. he seems to have no honor. this is the man. who is loaded with conflicts of interest ethical concerns. it's likely an ideologue. opposed to the very mission of the agency to which she is nominated. is that your journey is another bright red example. of the lack of honor of decency of morality of honesty. in the trump appointees. hired Senate Republicans to join Democrats to vote to reject.
"daniel george" Discussed on Backlisted
"Were Hello Philip Hello Nice to see well. Thank you for providing kitchen table as well offer. Offer kitchen needs no introduction. He's the author of more than thirty books for children adults all those in between most famously worldwide bestselling his dark materials trilogy. He and his work have been recognized with awards including the Whitbread Book of the year The Guardian Children's Book Award the Carnegie Etel Carnegie of Connie's the Eleanor forge an award the astro lingering award and the J. M. Barry would and this October David fickling and and penguin books will publish the Secret Commonwealth the Second Book in his the book of Dust Trilogy and also the BBC adaptation of his dark materials is due to air later this year. Have you had much involvement with the forthcoming BBC Adaptation. Yes sorta involvement. I like I didn't doesn't want to write the script I having spent seven years writing the book. I didn't want to take it all apart but it together again but I've been I've I've. I've seen all the scripts. I've approved them all. I've been to the set a couple of times. I've met the some of the leading actors I've said good. You're doing fine carry on a certain sort of involvement morals vote yeah yeah well. It's very exciting to be here. The Phillips chosen to talk about today is the Anatomy mm-hmm and melancholy by Robert Burton first published in sixteen twenty one but republished five more times over the following seventeen years with substantial alterations in addition. I think it comes in something like twelve hundred pages and is pretty universally considered one of the great masterpieces of English prose in perhaps the greatest period of English prose so thank you owned intended to read this the anatomy of melancholy this year this role all the bumps on the list. It's about the preps needs a busy bumping because all universally well not universally by those who ribbit hailed as a great work. Not many people have read it because it's a big. Do you think it is the size or do you think people are just kind of find the whole idea of a book about melancholy. Maybe be melancholy is it's not as as clear to modern readers. What melancholy as I mean melancholy means sad now yes? It's not a great sales term. Doc Melancholy of course is one of the humas of ancient and medieval medicine the idea that the body is governed by knowing now. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA have to try and remember what they were. There was black bile that was blood that was caller. That's yeah that's yeah. That's the kind of temperament the Yellow Buoy Yellow and one more full House Scotland Phlegm. How Nice yes that's This is now not scientifically held to be entirely reliable as a way of making yourself better if you real but it was a way of describing things according to an old schemer and it had a reference to the four elements to the water fire Earth Eh so this was a body of knowledge so much as belief that it lasted a long time and Burton managed to lost it. The Point Burton is writing. It's it's it sat hot held good for a couple of millennia yeah we tend to data hers and and and he was writing at a time time when William Harvey was about to make his discovery of the circulation of the blood so modern medical knowledge modern scientific knowledge was about up to take a great leap forward in the seventeenth century. He loves science. I mean he's he's. He's he's interested in sciences. He is in long these interested listed enabling. He's absolutely everything on its so it's all in the book but he's a he's a great classifiable under putting things into categories categories and making lists and so on and this is what he does in this in this book the first question he was asking ballast is when did you first come across who and when were you when you first came across the the anatomy of melancholy well I can date it precisely because I got a copy. The of the book I bought when I was sixteen years old is called. It's it's a selection from the medically which is called the anatomy of love and it's it's the part which deals with love it was edited by Daniel George who was a well known literary figure at the time published this this paperback. I've got in nineteen sixty two which point I was sixteen I bought it tonight. Why did I buy it because I like the cover think and I was beginning at the age of is beginning to be interested in words and language and how they used and especially in poetry actually but I did? I did enjoy what I managed to read of that so I've been aware of it for a very long time and aware of it too in in references tuite Biolo- people if the famous account of Samuel Johnson Dr Johnson saying that it was the only book that got him out of bed two hours before we wanted to I get up one of the Arnie's being if there is an enemy in this book than idleness is the enemy of the chief causes of Melancholy Ellen Colleen across Johnson was famously a man he stayed in bed most the Diane and hundred he struggled with this is one of the points that which Burton has actually improved on by Johnson because the the doctrine that buttons leading up to all the way through the book is be not solitary be not idle L. and Johnson improve that by saying if you are idle be not solitary and if you solitary being on idol which is very wise and very true the baby that I knew normally on the balanced did regular when we read the blurb on the back of the book but we don't have to do that with the Anatomy of melancholy more in sorrow than an admiration sadly prices because Burton beloved loved his own and included as a frontispiece so it's an illustrative frontispiece the beginning off wolf the sixteen twenty eight edition of the anatomy of melancholy and so going to do is I'm going to read out. Buttons didn't own blurb for this work of. I think this is the third edition yeah the anatomy of melancholy what it is with all the kinds causes symptoms prognostics and and several accused of it in three main politicians with their several sections members and subsections philosophically medicinally additionally historically opened and cut up off one of the things that's so wonderful about the book is it superficially does Dell's follow the pattern of an anatomy yet it has these huge sections and subsections which are broken down on Hugo scientific lines so I use that term advisedly to give the impression that the body of something is being taken to pieces in front of you he also caused them to in that blow he also because himself not by his own name but by the name of Democratise Junior. I don't know whether this was in order to hide his identity or whether he wanted to live evolve some of the fame of whoever democratise was because he was a priest was any of the time of writing button yeah yes. I think you had to be a priest to be fellow coalition. Alicia was a democracy. This was known as the laughing philosopher in contradistinction to Henrik Lundqvist who is known as the crying uh-huh. That's a that's a wink to the knowing reader isn't it sued is saying I will there lots of links to knowing readers that was one of Amihai before we might well have been the man who invented the wink to the nine hundred eleven either so many then democratise thing is important because democracy is famous as the person who first described what we would now Alko the atom today which is not could not be divisible any further and saw the universe is infinite and didn't have a sense of a anthropomorphized Komo phased creator of the universe existed and was infinite so he was an interesting very interesting model to take for Burton also he tells the story of because he laughed all the time to practice the people in App Dera which is where he lived we're worried about until he was mad and they call in and hippocrates who's the great doctor of each of the fourth century. BC and he tells the story of how hippocrates critise listens and the the preface to this book which is written by Democritus Junior Burton Aka hundred and twenty four pages pages and preface by the way this this book none of nothing about this book is for the faint hearted but for those who persevere we will prove to you. It's worth the perseverance anyway he tells the story that hypocrisies actually passes judgment and says it you people who are mad. There is nothing mad about this man. This man is laughing because that is the the only response to the folly and madness of the world and that's very much Burton's attitude to he. He was a pious man on you had to be as the priest and the world he inhabits very much a seventeenth century world in which protestantism in this country was finally victorious alleged Leatherwood battles to come in the civil war and and later and you had to be very careful as a Christian because if the wrong thing and the wrong time and the wrong place who might be serious trouble. He's interesting is neither way he doesn't Tom. He doesn't like the puritans no he really doesn't like the Catholics. The Catholics proper troubling in this in cases vested relics in the sense. He's the the epitome of an Anglican he he's the compromising halfway stage not quite the vicar of Bray changed his opinion with every every succeeding King but he's a great right one for common sense for broad-minded Torrance for acceptance of oddity and Strangeness and Other People's Opinions and that's what makes him so attractive a writer. We're going to hear occasionally in this episode of a few examples of songs or singers that we might consider illuminating of melancholy rather than heartbreak so we're going to start with with this. One which I think will will bring the blues Goo everyone stormy weather. I can get my cell. We all aw.
"daniel george" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"It's three hundred thirty four yards. Fifty nine plays in the game Miami not penalized in the game. But rockets five times for thirty eight yards. That was a factor, but Miami, outscoring the university of Toledo rockets and offending MAC champions in the fourth quarter, fourteen to three in front of twenty eight thousand one hundred seventeen again, the final McGuire small you forty nine the university of Toledo rockets twenty four took Miami a little time to get going today. But walk away with an easy win speaking of which Penn State rolling again, here's Thomas Frank car. Yeah, they put the backups in here rich. And then all they did is Sean Clifford through a ninety five yard touchdown pass. The Daniel George on their first play of their last drive and then on this. Dr Jonathan Thomas backup running back comes in sixty nine yard run off right guard and just walk into the end zone. Now. Penn State going up by another touchdown here. They are in a blowout. Over ten say they have over six hundred and fifty yards of offense sixty to ten Pence. They with the goal go upcoming. Thank you very much Thomas Frank and also today of note. Syracuse leads Florida state thirty to seven with three minutes left in the fourth quarter. So Florida state will fall to one and two on the season. And as I mentioned, Florida Kansas crushing picture it is now a final as Kansas defeats. Rutgers fifty five to fourteen and Aaron Boone just says that big picture is not looking good for Rutgers right now. Also today final Clemson over Georgia, Southern thirty eight seven outstanding opportunity for Trevor Lawrence. Get some playing time you had one hundred ninety four yards and a touchdown. Jake Frahm three touchdowns of the day. Georgia crushes middle Tennessee, forty nine to seven and temple gets its first win winning on the road at Maryland thirty five fourteen. So it had been a good start for the Chirps. But today a rough time with the owls who go to one and two in Maryland now two and one on the season very quietly in the Anna three zero defeating ball state with these thirty eight to ten and Kentucky after the win at Florida building on it now three and defeating Murray state by score of forty eight to ten let's get you caught up to date on everything else in college football and much much more and you'll hear coming up on college football from Houston head coach major Applewhite is the Cougars take on Texas Tech today. But right now, let's get the latest sports update with Larry Ridley. Sports flash. Laura really will keep it.
"daniel george" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Fourteen the jayhawks looking for back to back wins for the first time since two thousand eleven it's a final Troy goes into Lincoln and beats the Brassica twenty four nineteen a Filon West Point Hawaiian Armenia thriller. Here's Ken crater. Yeah. It's twenty eight twenty one the army black knights. Hold onto the lead the Wii who I drove down length to the to the army thirteen I in ten minutes to play one completion. But then three incomplete passes for lie to find a one broken up by senior captain for army linebacker, cold christianson. My big day where army quarterback kill Hopkins throwing the ball running the ball. And a big thing for me. It's their ninth win in a row here at historic Mikey stadium. Final score again twenty eight twenty one army over Hawaii. All right. Thank you very much Ken so second straight win for the black knights of the Hudson. I lost the season for the rainbows Oklahoma and Iowa State late fourth does the site will do the cyclones ever come back. You know, here's Dave Sproul state. Now, what state is in hurry up mode right now as they try to rally from thirty seven twenty seven devastated minute and a half to go like what's the ball? Oklahoma. Just got a forty two yard field goal from Austin cyber third of the game. Making the point lead quarterback Bernie another big game. Forty one twenty nine hundred forty eight yards and three touchdowns thirty seven twenty seven Oklahoma leading it I was twenty two to go in the right knee cyclones in Sooners territory right now, but again have to hurry is the clockworks against them as they're down by ten. Let's head to less grop. Steam, Notre Dame off to a nice start against Vanderbilt on a sunny day in south bend less. Indeed. They got off to a great start a ten to nothing lead. Now. So very early in the second quarter rich in favor of the fighting Irish over the Vanderbilt Commodores Justin and kick a twenty seven twenty six yard field goal. That was free fifty eight of the game. They drove seventy four yards in ten plays that they stalled inside the five yard line and a false start penalty. Hurt them on that. By the way that field goal by. A and made him the third largest score in Irish history quarterback. Brandon wimbush is having a little bit of difficulty throwing the football. He's got four interceptions of the first couple of games. He kept himself took it twelve yards for a score. And that capped off a ninety four yard fifteen play drive, and it came with just two seconds under a minute to go in the opening quarter. The Irish just pumped it. And so the Commodores will take over at their own twenty five after a touchback Vanderbilt trailing Notre Dame here ten to nothing. All right. So the finding Irish looking for their third straight to open the season Miami at a tough time with Toledo early. But the hurricanes pulled away late. Here's Mike Miller. Well, the hurricanes went into this after noon by a score of forty nine to twenty four the hurricanes number twenty one ranked by the way, they were number eight in the pre season they got three touchdowns from quarterback my leak rose year a five yard run also closed with a thirty seven yard run. Also had a pretty good day passing as well as thirteen for twenty three two hundred five yards DJ, Dallas one hundred and eleven yards and seventeen. Gary's and Rozier himself had eighty yards rushing again by any Wednesday forty nine to twenty four in the game total yardage the hurricanes. Four hundred seventy three yards seventy six plays rockets. Three hundred thirty four yards. Fifty nine plays in the game Miami, not penalized of the game. But rockets five times for thirty eight yards was a factor. But Miami, outscoring the university of Toledo rockets and offending MAC champions in the fourth quarter, fourteen to three in front of twenty eight thousand one. Hundred seventeen again, the final from McGuire small you forty nine the university of Toledo rockets twenty four took Miami a little time to get going today. But walk away with an easy win speaking of which Penn State rolling again, here's Thomas Frank car. Yeah, they put the backups in here rich, and then all they did is Sean Clifford through a ninety five yard touchdown pass to Daniel George on their first play of their last drive and then on this. Dr Jonathan Thomas the backup running back comes in sixty nine yard run off right guard and just walk into the end zone. Now so Pence they'd going up by another touchdown here. They are in a blowout. Over Ken say they have over six hundred and fifty yards of offense sixty two ten Penn State with the goal. Go upcoming. Thank you very much Thomas Frank and also today of note. Syracuse leads Florida state thirty to seven with three minutes left in the fourth quarter. So Florida state will fall to one and two on the season. And as I mentioned, Florida Kansas crushing picture, it is now a final as Kansas defeats Rutgers fifty five to fourteen and Aaron Boone just as that. Big picture is not looking good for Rutgers right now. Also today final Clemson over Georgia Southern thirty eight. Eight seven outstanding opportunity for Trevor Lawrence. Get some playing time you had one hundred ninety four yards and a touchdown Jake from three touchdowns of the day. Georgia crushes middle Tennessee, forty nine to seven and temple gets its first win winning on the road at Maryland thirty five fourteen so it had been a good start for the Chirps. But today a rough time with the owls who go to one and two in Maryland now two and one on the season very quietly in the Anna three zero defeating ball state with these thirty eight to ten and Kentucky after the win at Florida building on it now three and defeating Murray state by a score of forty eight to ten let's get you caught up to date on everything else in college football and much much more and you'll hear coming up on college football from Houston head coach major Applewhite is the Cougars take on Texas Tech today. But right now, let's get the latest sports update with Larry.
"daniel george" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Bad kind of sleep paralysis where you can see through your eyelids and feel people touching you and tickling your back that kind. You mean my favorite kind God. I had gory dreams every night and sense. I was so young. I didn't really know what was happening. So I started not sleeping and always keeping my lights on. When I told my mom about it, she told me pop was gone, oh, till like whatever's doing this like clearly like grandpa wasn't around to either protect him, get rid of it sleeping. Got harder. And when I was awake things when move around and I would hear noises from all around the house, one of the most terrifying things I remember was laying in bed one night and hearing someone rundown run at full speed down the hallway towards my door, and then stop right outside at and not make another sound. Oh God. I hate it after a couple years at all, stopped and things went back to normal, but I still have a hard time sleeping at night. I don't blame you. My grandfather's name was. Daniel George by the way, and he owned a supermarket, sincerely, Mikey, your favorite, they be, oh, you are my favorite. They be thank you my he was a sorry for your loss. Yeah. And also I can't believe that it was like basil subject line, and I was like, oh, God, we're gonna talk about Charles call. And then it was like, that's just a side fact, but I guess that's true in that, like you sound like you can get his side of the story because like by the time he by the time, the grandfather knew it was happening like he was already kind of everybody gets murdered. I know. But if like he was like, if someone was shooting, things knows IV bag. It's like he wouldn't have much of. I don't know. I, I wish that story was going to be about like, yeah, it was the after haunting. I didn't expect that. Okay. It was the exact perfect combination of our store. It is seriously. It's like you did Lizzie Bordon haunting. Yes, he did like Charles herbs, they did Charles Cullen haunting. Yeah. Okay. So here we go. This is called so by thinks Mikey, from. Kim in the subject? Is that mean Fabio Faibeaux? Do you know what that means? Oh, my fab febblue. Does it mean like fabulous. Fab? Oh, oh yeah. That's what I think. But I'm not sure if you were just too old, whatever. I'm too old to understand what this means. Fabio Fabio fable Las Vegas, listener story. Fab. Oh then. Yeah. Jn fabulous. Fab. Oh, okay. Hey, and Christine before I get into my story, I just wanted to let you know you're banter in between stories. Everything to me. Good. Paranoid that because not a lot of people say that my name is Kim. I'm a late twenties, millennial myself and move to LA four years ago from New Jersey. Every time you make jokes about how tough it can be. It makes me feel like I'm not alone in this struggle. Your podcasts also makes me feel less, oh, weirdo always been a believer in paranormal. Oddly fascinated to crime. So almost a year before I decided to make Long Beach, my home shutout Queen Mary. I lived with a roommate in Las Vegas..
"daniel george" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Marvin here with you donald trump saying oh you know there's no questions about collusion over think progress aaron report put together thirteen questions specifically about collusion apparently in fact these questions were linked by somebody on the trump team it's getting pretty bizarre but speaking of truth and untruth an infiltration and all this other stuff sheldon whitehouse these are all democratic senators sheldon whitehouse edward markey catherine cortez maskco tom udall udal ron wyden and elizabeth warren sent letters to eight government agencies and to the white house requesting quote information related to efforts by charles and david coke coke industries and the numerous groups they fund to influence decisions to influence government you know these guys are buying our government they're buying our our well that's the concern that they're buying our political system resumes obtained through public record requests by the guardian and documented federal government watch group question group show the close links between high ranking federal staffers and the coke network sheldon whitehouse rhode island democrats said i think right now it's the most powerful political force in the united states if you don't believe that deregulation is good in the pollution ought not to be checked and the billionaires ought to be able to pull string secretly in government this ought to be a pretty high priority they've identified nine coke affiliated staff just at the department of interior which oversees four hundred million acres of public lands and the cokes also have a cadillac that uses public lands chief surprise they include the principal deputy solicitor daniel george johnny whose resume gives a sense of how many he may respond to matters before the interior department he was previously the director of the charles coke foundation and the charles coke institute and worked at the coke supported freedom partners he worked in the interior department of george w bush and his job was the project manager of a one hundred five person climate change task force now was job to solve the problem of climate change no its job was to.
"daniel george" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"The hicom clinton um i just wanted to tell you that uh when think he ran fruits congressional be um he ran on the methods that he was going to protect that uh you know our national parks and protect the outdoors for everyone to enjoy uh it's kind of like a staple message that all the montana politicians run under and it's clearly showing that that really wasn't his intention and uh i think that a lot of montana's are pretty embarrassed with what's gonna happen uh but isn't there i mean we've seen so much about how westerners wanna get out and uh tap the resources of these federal lands that sentiment must be in montana's well garrett well it kind of is but it's a pretty conflicted thing we kind of wish say what happened everywhere uh everywhere else you know all that i wish we had more oil but i really don't want it in my backyard how i don't want it ruining my favorite fishing spot that's kind of the montana uh young talent is free flawed that way that's that's easy to picture cooled and introduce as quickly do a couple of more the people that have been brought into the department tear you'll daniel george johnny uh who see what's he doing giving the interior department like all day cabinet agencies had been passed by the white house with uh coming up with a panel hugh ah ah ah regulation panel a panel to identify uh regulations cheer roll back so uh uh one of the people leading that hanoi is is this uh as i didn't know the injured only who is also i have played a senior role in the interior department under the bush administration helping um you know kind of push a pretty pro drilling agenda he is also a longtime advisor at you charles coq who of course is that the billionaire um who is it you know one one of the to the two coq brothers who has uh been aggressive in pushing against regulation um you know for promoting a heavy fossil fuel agenda um you know a sort of playing aggressively in in in your politics so so uh mr giordani is someone else you is really bringing um.
"daniel george" Discussed on The Infinite Monkey Cage
"So i'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of those who are listening who have a very messy house well done your langer house to evolve in accord with the second law a thermo dynamics walls those monitoring tidy uppers appoints subverting the will of the laws of physics my house is one of the great illustrations of and trippy that's what i constantly tell my wife well done we're living according to the laws of physics on the panel to discuss the laws of nature hidden in the everyday world we're joined by hello my name's daniel george from the university much time a professor of radio frequency engineering and my favorite of physics he'd find around the home is the toilet elaborate yes you can elaborate excellent so you think about principles of physics potential energy the point of fact pressure these are all things that you fight conservation of energy you'll find these in the toilet in something we take for granted every day so that's toilet physics plus move onto the next guest i'm telling cherokee i'm a physicist who works in the department of mechanical engineering and my favorite physics in the everyday world is the coincidence that means i spill mighty every single day when i woke with it down the corridor from the tear into my office and so are we going to talk a little bit charge you want to explain that now so when you shake a cup of tea it socks from side to side and you will notice or you will from the home that the bigger the cup of tea the slower the sloping is small cup of tea very small very far slipping and it just so happens at the rate at which you walk is exactly the sloping rights of the average property and so what that means is it pushes the slushing higher and higher and then you spend your teeth so that no coincidence in physics that you're walking rate is the same as a slushing rights of a mug is why it's so easy to spill t when you're carrying it of foreign guest is arm wrestle on his english middlesex university and.