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Will Chamberlain of the Article III Project Talks Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | Last week

Will Chamberlain of the Article III Project Talks Big Tech

"Let's return to big tech. Here's a little cut from the second richest man in the world because guys, it's actually Putin, who's the richest. I mean, he literally has privatized half of Russia into his back pocket. So it's not on the books, but he is the richest man in the world. Elon Musk is a close second. And this is what he said at a recent TED Talk. Cut one play cut. Intuitive sense is that having a public platform that is maximally trusted and broadly inclusive is extremely important to the future of civilization. But you've described yourself. I don't care about the economics at all. Okay. Richest man in the world or second, which says, I'm not in it for the money. Interesting. And he says it's vital for the future of civilization, not exactly what you hear from liberals. Well, deal with the question of whether or not we trust this man, but give us the strategic analysis of how important a development is it, that a guy who made his money out of PayPal, then electric vehicles, a darling concept of the left. And then reinvigorating almost single handedly America's space program that this is the guy who wants to buy Twitter, how unusual is that well? I mean, it's very unusual, especially because we're used to billionaires kind of hewing to the line of the left, like they're almost, they're scared as anybody else of The New York Times of The Washington Post. Writing a hippie's on them, which they shouldn't be because they're that wealthy. So it is really unique and it's really gratifying, I guess, would be the word, just to see someone step out and be willing to, despite their high standing and elite circles, be able to say, no, this is just wrong. What you have been doing is completely wrong. And not only, I'm literally going to buy the biggest and most not the biggest, but the most consequential and influential social media platform in the

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"darling" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

01:47 min | Last week

"darling" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

"It's merriam Webster's word of the day for may 8th. There's magic that happens when you get together in a verba vacation home. It's the magic of spilled drinks and twirling hugs. It's inside jokes and loud shower singing and life advice and big sister real talk and laughing till you can't breathe. It's the feeling of relief because no matter who you are, there's nothing like spending time with the people you love. A place for together. Download the app to find yours. Today's word is darling, spelled DAR, Lin G darling is a noun. That means a dearly loved person or a person who is a favorite. Here's the word used, in a sentence from the news leader of Claremont, Florida. President Tyler met Juliana and David Gardner later that year during a social occasion, their daughter Julia became the undisputed darling of the capital. The word darling comes from old English, it was formed by attaching the old English suffix ling G, meaning one associated with or marked by a specified quality, with the adjective dure, the ancestor of our adjective, deer, meaning regarded very affectionately or fondly, highly valued or esteemed or beloved. With your word of the day, I'm Peter sokolovsky. Visit Miriam Webster dot com today for definitions, wordplay, and trending word lookups..

How Do the Next-Gen Marxists View Sex? James Lindsay Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | Last month

How Do the Next-Gen Marxists View Sex? James Lindsay Explains

"Talk to us, I talk kind of terrorism for many years for the Defense Department. I got to understand a little bit about how the new left looks at sex when we examine the weather underground, a domestic terrorist organization, which is associated, which is linked to Obama through its founders and leaders like bernadine dornan Belair's. They had a phrase smash monogamy, meaning monogamy, a man and a woman together is a bad thing. There should be infidelity or there should be no even concept of fidelity. We'll explain the broader, dark reality of how the next gen left, the next gen marxists look at sex between a man and a woman. Yeah, for sure. And just as a kind of a pointed aside for the moment, you mentioned the weather underground. So of course this was led by Bill ayers, another friend of Obama, but he also was a strong supporter of this woman. Most people have never heard of who implemented common core since we talked about education by the name of Linda darling Hammond and Linda darling Hammond was a big friend of Obama. She, like I said, implemented common core, very significantly, but she was also heavily praised and supported by the weather underground and Bill ayers and specific. So these connections are very important to recognize. As far as far as I bring that up, she is actually instrumental in creating and implementing what's called social emotional learning, which is how they're bringing the comprehensive sex education to the kids in schools today. And so then you have to ask yourself, well, why are they bringing this comprehensive sex education the way that they are, the sexualizing of children, the grooming of children, both politically and sometimes unfortunately sexually in schools. And the answer is that the marxists have known that this is a absolute powerful, it's like a nuclear bomb against the society to sexualize the children. George

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Lara Logan: 'I Was Definitely Pushed Out' by Fox News

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | Last month

Lara Logan: 'I Was Definitely Pushed Out' by Fox News

"When I saw you initially on Fox News, and I saw you talking about certain things I thought, what a wonderful, wonderful thing that this woman who was part of that bubble that world has seen through to where she is now. There are many, many of your colleagues that I think are waking up, Cheryl Atkinson has been on this program. There are a number of folks that I think like you couldn't quite believe it at first. And then eventually they saw the handwriting on the wall and they knew that they had to push away if they weren't themselves pushed out. Did you feel that you were pushed out or did you step away? No, I was definitely pushed out. I mean, there's no doubt about that. They don't want independent thinkers. They don't want people who follow the facts regardless of the politics. You know, I always say I don't belong to any party. I don't belong to any one size. And while people, you know, they want to cost me as the darling of the right wing and so on and so on. I really don't worry about media organizations who for years have reported both stories. Why should I care what they have to say? And I find it so interesting that people will tell you, oh, the media is so biased, but then if they Google you and they see a Washington Post or a New York Times hit police value, well then they don't want to have anything to do with you. And we can't hire you for our event or we can't employ you or whatever else. And the great lesson of this is you're taking a knee every day to your enemy and you're asking them to write the terms of battle. Why?

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Biden and Pump Price Shock

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | 2 months ago

Biden and Pump Price Shock

"W and I wanted to do a segment together on Biden and gas. Now, to be clear, we're not talking about the time when Biden released gas when he was in London, giving Camilla Parker Bowles a virtual heart attack. No, we're talking about Biden and gas prices. Gasoline. Gasoline. And you and I were chuckling because as an article in CBS News, this is how the media regurgitates the propaganda of the administration. It's called three reasons why gas prices are so high and when they might come down, right? So we think, okay, well, they're bound to emphasize a couple of reasons, but surely one of the three reasons is going to have to do with Biden's suppressing domestic energy production, right? Wrong. There are three reasons that they have nothing to do with any of this. So basically, I go on Facebook, every once in a while and post things, and I thought it was so telling because in my feed, I had, you know, I was looking at different posts of people arguing about who's responsible for the price of gas. And so it got me thinking and I was like, you know, everyone please send me photos of your pump when you fill up because I want to see how expensive it is for you to fill up. And my goodness, I got some great photos as I'm going to post some on the video portion of the website of the website. Oh, the podcast. So people can see most of them are over a $100. And we talked about this. People that make minimum wage. That's like their whole day. That's like working 8 hours to pay for gas. It's ridiculous. But anyway, so I was very, very interested in what people are saying. And of course, our side says one thing. The other side says, Biden is not responsible for gas prices. Stop being that way, even my own little darling daughter tells me that it's a global issue, but I think she's been listening to TikTok a little too long. Well, the Biden administration, which I guess is trying to reach this call for the 1825 cohort has been briefing these TikTok influencers, right? It's kind of a oh, and their influencers all right. They influence a few people that I

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'Yes, we need hands': Kitchen pops up in Ukraine's capital

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

'Yes, we need hands': Kitchen pops up in Ukraine's capital

"A makeshift field kitchen has popped up in Ukraine's capital Kiev a woman identified only as Oksana whose husband is fighting in Ukrainian army got word that they needed help in the kitchen I just lost the power of all the fact that a bottle she says I came and asked and they said yes we need a hand that's it and we are not sitting and reading terrifying messages on news channels the kitchen is in a tent village that sprung up between a multi story building and a barrier made of stacked tires and sandbags and William was simply because don't want here Alexei Shevchenko says we are cooking soup porridge for our military four civilians and for everyone who needs our help including hospitals volunteers chopped red peppers and boiled potatoes at the kitchens various stations men in camouflage uniforms inspected canned foods with messages scrawled on them in black marker one can read thank you darlings we pray for you god with us I'm a Donahue

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What Matters More to the Left?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | 3 months ago

What Matters More to the Left?

"And I thought one of the most amazing moments in the last year is like, okay, what matters the most to them? This matters more than that. And there was attention at certain points. For example, what happens when Black Lives Matter, their favorite, their go to activist groups doesn't want to get vaccinated? Does it matter? Vaccinations matter more than racial identity politics. What matters more when Kyrie Irving National Basketball Association player earning $26 million a year beloved in Brooklyn doesn't want to get vaccinated. It doesn't matter, you have to stay at home. So at that moment, biomedical fascism mattered more. Okay, let's use another example. What happens when Dave Chappelle, a darling of the Hollywood left? It's a Netflix special. Black man decides to insult, I wouldn't say insult. Make fun of the transgender alphabet mafia. Oh no, no, no. You can't do that. Doesn't matter if you're black, transgenderism in this current moment matters more than racial policies. You guys try to do this. It's totally confusing. It's intentionally supposed to be confusing, by the way. It's like this constant reordering of hierarchies. Now, I believe and this is to go a level deeper, but you guys are smart, you'll get it. The transgender movement actually matters even more than biomedical fascism and they actually are together because the transgender movement is an introductory phase to get you to strip yourself of your humanity to mess with

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Doug Shares the Story of 'The Candle in the Forest'

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:21 min | 5 months ago

Doug Shares the Story of 'The Candle in the Forest'

"To tell you the story of the candle in the forest, but simple Bailey. The small girl's mother was saying, the onions will be silver and the carrots will be gold. And the potatoes will be ivory, said the small girl and they laugh together. The small girl's mother had a big white bowl in her lap and she was cutting up vegetables. The onions were the hardest because she cried over them. But our tears will be pearls, said the small girl's mother, and they laughed at that and drive their eyes and found the carrots much easier and the potatoes easiest of all. Then the next door neighbor came in and said, what are you doing? We're making a vegetable pie for our Christmas dinner, the small girl's mother said. And the onions are silver and the carrots are gold and the potatoes are ivory said the small girl. I'm sure I do not know what you're talking about, said the next door neighbor, we're going to have turkey for dinner and cranberry and celery. The small girl laughed and clapped her hands. But we're going to have a Christmas pie and the onions will be silver and the carrots gold. You said that once, said the next door neighbor, and I should think you'd know that there weren't anything of the kind. But they are, said the little small girl, all shining eyes and rosy cheeks. Run along darling, said the small girl's mother. And fine poor pussy pour up. He's out in the cold, and you can put her on your red sweater and red cap. So the small girl hopped away like a happy Robin and the next door neighbor said she's old enough to know that onions aren't silver. But they are, said the small girl's mother. And carrots are gold and the potatoes are in the next door neighbor's face was flaming. If you say that again, I'll scream. It sounds silly to me. But it isn't. Really, in the least bit silly, the small girl's mother said, and her eyes were blue and sapphires. As clear as the sea, it is sensible. When people are poor, they have to make the most of little things, and the only we only have expensive things in our pie. But the onions will be silver and the lips of the next door neighbor were folded in a thin line. If you had acted like a sensible creature, I shouldn't have shouldn't have to ask you for the rent. The smaller girl's mother was silent for a moment. And then she said, I'm sorry. It ought to be sensible to make the best of things.

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Memory Tricks and Treats - burst 4

"Am I Old Yet?" A light comedy about ageing with dignity and joy.

03:26 min | 7 months ago

Memory Tricks and Treats - burst 4

"Don't you miss him not really. I didn't much like him in the first place. Terrible thing to say he's your father. Yes i suppose so. But he wasn't a very good father and he wasn't a very nice man wasn't he. I thought he brought his present or some daddy gave us the press. He might have handed them to us. But i'm pretty sure it was mom who bought them or made them. Oh dear. i didn't know that. Why didn't i know that that horrible. I should've known that i was the big sister. I was supposed to look up to you. And you did sweetheart. You really did. And you did know what he was like. You've just forgotten. don't worry about it. We all forget things. But i seem to forget more things more and more things all the time such as me i forgot have but this there is still something i i know. There was something a question i wanted to us about. Daddy he as about daddy. Why did he go. why didn't he come back. I remember now waiting and waiting and and asking mummy and she would get cross and refused me. Did so cross not good to do you know nope. I really don't. I did try to find out years later. It seems he went to america to the states. And when i was over there studying in new york. I tried to track him down. But i had no luck whatsoever. Oh that's pitt yes. He'd probably changed his name and he was a clever clogs. He was certainly capable of reinventing himself completely. If he wanted to that such a shame. I can't help wondering do you wonder. Don't you still want to no not really. I gave that up. Life's too short. He didn't care enough about us to want to know how we were anything about us. Why should we waste time wondering about him. Oh i understand that. But but what helen. Yes darling helen. Why did i stop thinking about him. After all this time. And i really did yes. I really did want to know why he wasn't coming here to see me. As if i thought i was still a young girl i was what fifteen when he left holding. You're only fourteen. And i was six and i think it was much more of a trauma for you because well because you knew him for longer. I hardly knew him a tool. He was away so much. Oh yes that's right. I thought he was such an adventure. I really wasn't surprised when he went to way. But you were devastated. When he didn't come back it's a terrible

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"darling" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

05:46 min | 7 months ago

"darling" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"For the third time at eighty two. She started in her early fifties. You know i. I've worked with other people that have attracted love later in life including me And so i wrote this book at a time that we were in the midst of the pandemic last year. I was sixty-nine years of rapidly. Approaching seventy which is just so bizarre in my mind. I say but okay it. It's it is what it is. People say it's just a number. I'm like i know i'm more than aware unless seventy and and yet i i also went through a very challenging time with my son. He became very ill last year. So my own life was feeling very un miraculously and once again on dealing this to write this book and it was a gift in many ways. Because i too had to headed date to find that face to find that trust to find an oath for what was even possible in my life. I'm happy to say my son's doing rather well off. Save for cautiously optimistic. But i knew that i wasn't alone. There are still so many people confused in challenged because we are not out of the woods yet with our pandemic. We really don't know yet how this is going to impact our future and what possibly normal might be and and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that our country in our world is in a lot of turmoil. So i need i want. I desire whom ever feels like they have more to offer. Those are my pete's because as launch you the making your special contribution. It could be just with a friend or family. Member doesn't necessarily mean you're to the next tesla inventor. It's it's it's whatever you were designed for because we were all born. Just like our thumbprint with a uniqueness. Let's like no other and your job in life. And what i support people with is discover. What are your gifts. what's your uniqueness. How can you develop those stills in a way that you make that mark and it's never ever ever too late period spoken. I've i agree. I love your stars. that's wonderful. Let your mom wonderful about you i. I've i've seen. I've read things about you. Know a woman. She was like ninety five or something like that. Just finished her college degree. That was something she always wanted to do. And i agree with you. It's never too late and so that's just such a reminder for all of us that you're never too old you're never two number two this. You never do that only if you believe. That's true that unfortunately that's true. So as we know every change starts with a thought as psychology which Whatever you perceived to be true what you think about determines what you feel you feel determines what you do so everything linked back to that thoughts and so that thought that you're helping people with right now. Just be mindful. What what am i actually thinking about. Sounds great thing about your book crate. You miracle rackets life. It's never too late. That really helps people focus and hone in on. What is it so you have a conscious. Mind thinking in yours Subconscious mind thinking about something. And if you're not thinking about if they're not thinking the same thing and unfortunately you are not going to go in the direction you want. I want i want people to their minds to be in line moment with their deepest desires periods. And when i that's one of the things. I do. I help them design their life to really wake up the desires because sometimes life and responsibilities or challenges in thomas wash them and we bring them back and once that happens we dial up your intuition a few other things you know. The results are a nominal when he garland has been absolute pleasure. Have you on my show today if my listeners wanna find it more for you and to purchase book crate iraq in this life. It's never too late. Where do they find this information online. Well first of all you can get the book on amazon. Both in kindle in paperback. they're a variety of ways to get in touch with me. My side is wendy darling. Dot com and there are a couple of places that you can listen to an audio you There's an art you assessment. Which has to do with your relationship. Oceans it'll give you information but it also put you on my mailing list to find out about other things. And i now have interviews with people sharing these amazing stories of miraculous moments. And if you want to be if you want to know more about the jump. Start email may directly at wendy at wendy darling dot com excellent. Well my listeners. Also note that if they cannot find this information and near the place simply go to the show notes. James miller follow dot com. And i'll have all the links there have wendy's email address and i will allow you ralph. Connect you with wendy when you think you went to a wonderful. It's my pleasure thank you. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show through whichever portal. Join me today also. Please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free. Weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes three the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you'd like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life algae dot com. Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life policy except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..

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"darling" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:30 min | 7 months ago

"darling" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Let's enjoy our time with together with wendy. Darling wendy. welcome to the next with charlie. I really look forward to our opportunity to chat about creating the miraculous life. It's never too late. And i'm delighted to be with you today in your audience. Thank you thank you. It's it's you know a it's a special special time you know. We talked about how shows can start off slow and get and get right into it. I wanna to get right into it and so one thing. I'm curious about to begin with wendy. Is i'm curious. What inspired you to write your book. Create your miraculous life well. The tidal actually started out to be the theme of the book The subtitle of the book is it's never too late and i was sixty nine. I wrote this book last year. Rapidly seeing that number seventy approaching in my life which even today seems a little odd. I don't know how bad happened. But it has and And so deep.

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"darling" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:01 min | 8 months ago

"darling" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Darling, Nikki. Uh huh. Come on, Colbert. That's for the record. I like you, too. That's why I want you to get vaccinated. So you can come on the show again because without a shot, the network really won't let you come on. Oh, no. The woman with 22 million followers who could send out a tweet that the entire world talks about non stop for three days. Can't go on a low rated late night show that doesn't make anyone laugh. Oh, How will she go on? How will she go on? I really starting to feel bad. Does he think that's going to work? Does anyone think trying to bully Nicki Minaj is going to work? Does anyone think any of this works? You know we have locally here in Washington state on the eastern side of the state at Washington State University. Nick Rolovich is the football coach for the wazoo kooks. Go kooks. I don't I don't really care. I'm Oxy Tiger. So he before all the mandates because here in Washington, the governor mandated vaccines for all state employees. He's one of them. He's actually the highest paid. State employee. He was not going to get the vaccine. He said. He wasn't going to get the vaccine, but for the most part, he said it was a private decision. Leave me alone. I'm not going to talk about So then the vaccine mandate happens. And now there's all this push on Nick Rolovich to get the vaccine and tell us why you're not talking about it more. Are you going to actually get it? Well, that's what the law says. Or that's what the proclamation says. Are you going to ask for a, uh, religious accommodation, then your business, They keep pushing him. There's this one reporter from a local station King five, the worst. His name is Chris Daniels, almost the worst And you know, we live now in a society in which this line of questioning is apparently okay. Have you received your shot? Or have you scheduled? Your? Yeah. I'm not gonna talk about that, Chris. By the way, once you say I'm not going to talk about it, it should be over. On something like this. This is a personal medical decision. It is none of your business. It is none of your business. Chris Daniels, are you vaccinated? Cool, then Shut up. Sit down. Shut up. You're apparently protected. Uh, I understand what you guys are trying to get to, But are you seeking a religious or medical exemption? I'm not going to talk about that again. I'll let him finish in a second. I'm going to answer on on behalf of you for a moment. Nick Rolovich. God bless you, Chris Daniels. It's none of your business. Whether or not I'm seeking a religious Or a medical exemption. First of all, if I was getting a medical exemption, you think I'm going to tell you my private medical history? How about this? Hey, Chris, Do you have herpes? Do you have any weird rashes on your body? Show us actually Don't show us post them online. I blocked you on instagram but posted online for the world to see. It's none of your business if he has a medical issue. Nor is it any of your business, and he has a religious objection to it. By the way, the second he starts talking about religion. Everyone's all like this is a state employee talking about religion. Do Chris. What's been your hesitation with talking about it? Word forthcoming because I get annoyed by stupid people like you asking me a whole bunch of questions, and I know if I say anything, it's just going to spawn more stupid, annoying questions when I'm here to coach, a football team, um I don't know that it's um all that positive to get deep into it. It's not the media and the way it's going, So I'm saying, try to keep that to myself, and it's none of your business. How about that? How about that, Chris? It's none of your business or about yourself at the vaccine protects you, and I believe it does. Then you should be content. Being vaccinated. It shouldn't matter if people around you are unvaccinated if you're vaccinated. I'm Jason rants filling in for Ben Shapiro. Really do appreciate it. If you would give me a follow on twitter, twitter dot com.

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Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes on Trial as Jury Selection Begins

Mark Thompson

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes on Trial as Jury Selection Begins

"Miracle. She promised that a single drop of blood. Could give you information about numerous diseases and conditions that may be in your future. She was the darling of the tech industry until it all came crashing down. And today Elizabeth Holmes goes on trial over three years after she was indicted on fraud and conspiracy charges. Today. Elizabeth Holmes goes on trial Jury selection begins today in the Bay Area. At one point, Holmes was as Silicon Valley superhero dropping out of Stanford and then creating Theranos only to find out her company's blood testing technology. That he did not do what she claimed at trial. The question will be weather. Holmes knew all along that she had a device A didn't work. Holmes is expected to point the finger at the company's CEO, who is also charged and with whom she had a romantic relationship.

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Elizabeth Holmes, From Blood Test to Facing Prison

Slate's If Then

02:26 min | 9 months ago

Elizabeth Holmes, From Blood Test to Facing Prison

"In twenty thirteen. Abc news correspondent. Rebecca jarvis was working on a story about high medical costs and we featured a woman who was spending a lot of money on blood tests and after that story ran. Rebecca got a pitch about a new start-up. Hey there's this blood testing company theranos and they can save your viewers a lot of money. She checked it out but couldn't get anyone to independently verify that these theranos blood tests which only used a finger prick and not a traditional vein. Stick we're actually going to be better and cheaper. It was one of those things where This just it. It doesn't fully lineup. it doesn't live up to what it would take for me to even consider covering it as a solution. So rebecca did news story but other reporters did and then shortly after that pitch elizabeth started showing up in all of these places and was very much a celebrity. Elizabeth was elizabeth homes stanford dropout their nose founder and ceo millionaire superstar and media. Darling elizabeth homes left stanford university at the age of nineteen to build a company. A healthcare pioneer is being compared to visionaries like bill gates and steve jobs this morning elizabeth homes is part of the news. Time one hundred list just out. Homes promised to revolutionize blood testing. She was young rich charismatic and seemingly everywhere whenever there's a quote unquote glass ceiling. There's an iron woman rape behind it but the theranos blood testing devices didn't work like they were supposed to. The company was secretly running patient tests on standard commercial machines even as they doctors patients and the media otherwise there nose founder. Elizabeth homes has now officially been indicted on federal wire. Fraud charges the us turning twenty eighteen. The united states filed criminal charges against her and her former. Ceo and boyfriend sunny belt wani next week three years. After she was first indicted homes goes on trial for conspiracy and fraud. She faces up to twenty years in prison and has pleaded not guilty.

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"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"I tweeted about it. and Max i don't know if you wanna say a little bit about What rachel radio is in a little bit more about it. So i'm one of the organizers of A group cool the alita army where the fandom for legal battle angel yet another amanda that became a well it doesn't really have an animate has what's called an iv original video animation which was attorney was coined in the ninety s. And what they did with those back thing was they make a few episodes that was covered the start of manga. And then you watch. That watched going read the manga. Because you're supposed to That was much like an advertisement for that for the mango But anime sort of blew in data that now enemies become it's unseen and And rather than advertising mavericks converting khomeini's into animated stories and hoping about the lodge allies in in a lot of enemies in magazines that they copying disney from back in the fifties with joy. So that's actually where the lodge is capable. Why told rela is is because Alita battle angel. Twenty nine hundred. Movie very underrated but Fantastic movie like a lot of these animated. We're being told you about hugely lied. we've been running a show. Cold radio chaos which is actually one of the characters from the original manga I should mention that you could share. Who writes The ghouma mango which means boundary which was converted into battle. Angel alita In in english So they they changed the niger. The main character in goose galley which because in japanese there is a differentiation between an l. could be gary Redundant now but i'm not willing to carry on. We actually have a going the lead army. His name's gary so he likes that But it's another fantastic story The main protagonist Replacement cyborg sir. Basically who brains me put into a seven hundred forty. I'm we've had many episodes talking about the future of Prosthetics and sabaneta enhancement and And how that might work but the wilda kita caceres creative so this character is really engaging I've read all of the mango off to the very last thing that's being produced in japan this Certain groups doing fan translations Some keeping up with the beats that haven't been producer both the the last volume that was released in english but This this might be three or four chapters after that..

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"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

04:33 min | 10 months ago

"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"But agencies have a number And this one is an experiment description experiment that they will give it a lot more freedoms than the other groups they were given francs that they they make and down. Someone described this to me who sane it as young teens drive Mecca the actual design philosophy for the mix was makes. You'd like to have fun ways. 'cause they six that that was sort of the thought process. I think that we need to but some things like bribetaking gun. Gum and all sorts of talk shows focused around mccaw The mesa like lucky. And this is a real sort of military Strong tank like estate. Where with hosh tangles. These may only soft and in colas and And streamers flooding Hairy all sorts of stuff like that very extra promote feist is a very good thing you you said that. Because i if you if you're listening to this and you are a fan of hardcore mak- anime and i got a couple of friends of mine you might have a problem and how the mex- look in defending may because it's not your typical meg. I enjoy them. I like the hardcore mix or asli But i enjoyed this one For me is Is a nice departure from you. Know that You know a good moral which is also enough lakes. You know that style of makeup the you have there but is a good thing. You mentioned that. Because i i heard that from some of my friends i have one in particular that is hardcore Our core make fan and he's just is no. I'm not watching this like come on and give it a try out. How old is this. He's about twenty five picked. It on new view is going to be younger they are. I've noticed that myself in. I'm sort of being a scientist. I sort of collect nigel and theories. That i have and and back to my theory that when you're younger you know like in your teens and your twenties ninety evening gio thirty should very inflexible when it comes to accepting ideas you got this idea about how things should be and When it varies from that got account. I can't handle it but as you get older like us us Haas fifties you look at the can to as you get even more rigid owner you relax all these boundaries. And you get okay. Well i'm going to get to give this to try. I'm going to try something different on their look for things because i've been watching these same things for decades and wanna see something different. I'm interested in things vary because it's gonna be too much the same all My my example Battle stock electrica. When i grew up which is quite some decades ago when i was a key. The original battles liked who was on and that was balanced That's what it means to me. It was the shiny silence. We've chunky suits concede alive rebecca fools and and the shape of the vipers battle saga to karen the ceylon by ships. And everything all of that. Sixty my at young age and then when the New say new but it was telling us again. The new dotted around in nearly always I had trouble with it for about the first four episodes trying to say that. This was about a lactic because staubach whistle woman. What the hell spice to be a cigar. Smoking cocky american guy. He's not be just face. Be a woman side to walk for that to bet switch to relax head and at the time was thirties when that was happening and And i had little trouble. Flexing mama made. Some flexibility wasn't there. And i couldn't that this was going to get to..

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"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"Time control things and tried and angle things towards the point where they can absorb the populace into the collective as energy banks. I mean there's always these idea about in our in the far future we'll give up how physical and become beings of pure energy and so engulfing do something else but It's it's a nice idea but we'll leave it. But it's one of those postulated possibilities that that matt can be transferred into energy and they will physical beings can evolve into beings appear energy being appearance missile theory but That sort of weighed that that angle in the santa my comfort the verma beans a pure energy and They won't humanity to join collective. They've they go around the galaxy. Hoovering up All the different racist that they come across and they wanted to take humanity into an energy society way There's a soft comfortable enjoyment and that's existence and psych but the the kids are like no. We don't want that. 'cause life's about leaving struggling in coming in and enjoying and you know all this stuff by not real human society not always revealed like slowly through the story keeps pushback against because they they wanted to become adults and they wanted to to join jim in society because it kept aside from what they didn't realize they would just grown to part franks and they were going to be allowed to do that. Which is another thing. it's kind of like they. They're canceled d- you know they're that's yes yes It's it's really interesting how it's actually sat from both sides of the story. You know all because of its actually say you don't have one side. That is go ahead. Nothing nothing's actually working yeah. There is no society Diseases that adults which is perpetual and then there's the kids that have been grown to drive the franks to find the classes. Solas at that game money meghan rain g. as will be manipulated by these aliens who are actually gonna take all the adults who i and just leave the planet to die and they've done the same thing. The classes was hundreds of thousands of years ago. And this is the sheet that and and it was interesting. that If you take the name zone. Which is the aliens nine. And you take the night. Which is the the society that the aryans created on us to to eventually take control of the government. If you add those together rearrangements you van Interesting did you know no. No that is very interesting and it makes a lot of sense. Wow what the hell. Why did they call themselves. Eight and and yet. That's the reason it's one of those would play things. yeah they they sucked up the planet. I mean this is another thing for the planet when you when you get to see anti view..

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"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

02:33 min | 10 months ago

"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"Do it the way that it was original way. Which is you know you need someone with the ability to procreate which is something that might not be good to explain to little kits. So i i don't know i i was when he was saying that. That's what came to mind. And the fall i know might be incorrect but it just makes sense to me. Well there's there's a scene in the episode. Which is dr franks's back story. Where he's he's you classic. Scientists focused on these working. Scott another scientist lady who's really attracted to him but he's not focus on his work and he's like we can go. We have a baby if you really want you. Should i wanna have the immortality treatment. Because not i want to have a baby. And she's pregnant and he he never got round having the mortality rate because he's too busy working which was interesting He he ended up replacing. He's body with cybernetics rather than the and being immortal by slash immortalized motorized losing his village. Appropriate he he gets pregnant and then he they work out while building the franks that Developing the franks. I the the people who have had the immortalizing treatment cat pile of They sell to do. You know you've got to be genetically for comes to access these things which are kind of like why okay. That's the way it is but some and there was that that other sort of lightbulb moment where they. They discovered that they were fighting leading creatures. Not machines Am that the classes was had a myron female pilot inside them. was in that globe that i would destroy. Stop them so that. I will basically killing the pilots And it turned out. Had a very similar society to human society They look different daily planet before we got here and Yes this sort of thing happening. The the verne kept showing up in trying to absorb. Then i kind of liked the star trek. Yeah except except that. The institute themselves into society.

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"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"darling" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"Gain we used to pass it along and then die. You don't have that progression anymore. The proportion stopped. You now have adults who are immortal. Bitcon procreate so they don't make any move keys and they live in these cities if you can call it leaving. And i just do of the told and get jolie's every day and that's life if you think about it that the whole thing is very very bleak i remember when i you know as you watch anime in your discovers you go through it and you discover old his little things when i discover what was going on with the adults it i. It was very dark. It kind of shocked moon is like yeah. Many people don't realize okay. Everybody wants to live forever right. But they don't really analyze. What exactly so. There's a lot of lot that comes with that and being able to realize that it was just very very sad to me to watch that unfold in this and this property we can kind of see when they when they get episodes. Seventeen somewhere around there with go into the background of Dr franks what happened to humanity to this point. You kind of say like lots of things were promise. With our view of them were deleted and once people had given up their ability to procreate locks in this everlasting highs off existence and. There was no tradition anymore. And they didn't even get to say the kids accuser genetically geneva ingrown To defend the cds once the closest attacked and the moves into the cds. Because you can live on the grammy because of desertification Because of the morning of the energy so karna went down the plughole and he could see themselves going. But i couldn't really do anything bad. And the the to continue seen they ended up just fighting white thing and then it gets to that point in the story where they will converted into energy. Beings in central phoenix spice. And it's like okay agency that comey the adults just data Even part of the story really want after side wear Oh what she's nine. This the fire young black I think A snack gore Soto may i think it might have been sorta which is another thing that i don't know if you realize another thing that really caught my attention is The apparently the creator of this anime likes to do this with When he has to create actual names if you realize the let me call it. The main protagonists is hero. He's name you know he's i didn't know actually comes from his index nation designation number in there. He's seen one six or number sixteen but in japanese he role is one six ichi. Go is one five or so in that another cool thing about ichi goes. I don't know what it is. But i love that japanese name. It actually translate to strawberry. So i found very interesting that it means two things it means fifteen any means strawberry. Yeah and sierra to is obviously. I didn't come up with a knife but the interesting thing about zero to ease in japanese that ease all knee and that only i went i only is actually i am a demon or most of phone call feats that lifted nine zero.

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Gymnastics (MM #3790)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Gymnastics (MM #3790)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Be summer olympics are about ready to wrap up for another. I would normally say for years but in this case, three years, but what does always fascinated me about the Olympics is the sports that nobody seems to care about the other three or four years. They only care about during the Olympics gymnastics in particular. I realized gymnast, both male and female have all sorts of wage and ships throughout the years, in between the Olympics, but the obsession with Olympic gymnastics, amazes me. And I wonder why it doesn't carry out to the years in between. I can go back to my childhood, with Cathy Rigby and then you'll korbut and Nadia Comaneci, and Kerri strug and now Simone biles, all the Queen's, The Darlings of the Olympics, but usually outside of those years, you don't hear much about them. You don't hear about the Olympic athletes. Begin those other three years or almost four years. Now I'm sure that may change this time around cuz Simone biles isn't sure. She's coming back or not but there will be another Olympic champion to think about but the gymnasts we think about him once every four years. And I wonder why that is dead.

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Gymnastics (MM #3790)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Gymnastics (MM #3790)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Be summer olympics are about ready to wrap up for another. I would normally say for years but in this case, three years, but what does always fascinated me about the Olympics is the sports that nobody seems to care about the other three or four years. They only care about during the Olympics gymnastics in particular. I realized gymnast, both male and female have all sorts of wage and ships throughout the years, in between the Olympics, but the obsession with Olympic gymnastics, amazes me. And I wonder why it doesn't carry out to the years in between. I can go back to my childhood, with Cathy Rigby and then you'll korbut and Nadia Comaneci, and Kerri strug and now Simone biles, all the Queen's, The Darlings of the Olympics, but usually outside of those years, you don't hear much about them. You don't hear about the Olympic athletes. Begin those other three years or almost four years. Now I'm sure that may change this time around cuz Simone biles isn't sure. She's coming back or not but there will be another Olympic champion to think about but the gymnasts we think about him once every four years. And I wonder why that is dead.

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Democrats Are Using the Cuomo Scandal to Hide Their Bigger Disasters

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 10 months ago

Democrats Are Using the Cuomo Scandal to Hide Their Bigger Disasters

"Not one green shoot for the Democrats right now. Not one. The economic job numbers were a disaster. The inflation numbers were an even bigger disaster. Right now. They still can't figure out how paying people not to work has led people not to work. They have totally erased the southern border in this video of it everywhere the coronavirus. That's which they declared victory over. They allowed people in the country to then help spread coronavirus because they don't seem to understand borders matter and quarantining proceed. Just matter, even for a country they don't get that whole thing. Nothing is going right for them. The street crime situation is out of control. They now for the first time in modern American history of completely ignored the Supreme Court. They told him the infection in the eviction moratorium was unconstitutional. Biden said. Screw you. I'm doing it anyway. Nothing is going right for them. So they need a distraction. So what did they do? They found one of the most unpopular human beings in America. Andrew Cuomo, who believe me if you have any contacts, and the political scene in New York will tell you this will attest to this for me. Is probably the most unlikable human being not just in politics but possibly in all of New York state. Nobody likes him. Even the Democrats. They tolerated him because he was a media darling when they needed a foil for president Trump. So now that they no longer need that because they don't need a foil for president Trump. What do they do? They need a distraction from the epic failures of Joe Biden, who barely knows his first name or where he is on any given day, So they've thrown the Cuomo story out there and I'm not going to play the game. I'm

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Dolly Parton Poses in Playboy Outfit for Husband’s Birthday

Donna and Steve

01:47 min | 10 months ago

Dolly Parton Poses in Playboy Outfit for Husband’s Birthday

"In a Playboy Bunny outfit for her husband's Um, so she presented her husband, Carl, who we never see with a memorial. I'm sorry, not a memorial birthday present a memorable birthday present by recreating the iconic 1978 Playboy cover picture that she was a part of it The time she did an original photo shoot in. 78 became the first country singer to pose for the magazine. So she didn't show too much because it wasn't about Nudity. It was really about promoting her brand, and so I think we have a little audio of her talking about it on instagram. Today is July. 20 is my husband Carl's birthday and you're probably wondering why I'm dressed like this one is for my husband's birthday. Remember sometime back I said I was going to pose on the Playboy magazine 75. Well, I'm 75. They don't have a magazine anymore. My husband always loved the original cover. Fire. Oy. So I was trying to think of something to do to make him happy. He still thinks I'm hot chick every 37 years and I'm not gonna try to talk him out of that. And I hope he agreed. What do you think, anyway? What I did for his birthday? I did a little photo shoot in just all outfit, and, uh, I had a cover made. Of the new Dolly, the old new darling, and in the first one say, Remember this. I was kind of a little butter ball in that one about extreme cheese. Now he'll probably think I'm cream cheese. I hope

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"darling" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"darling" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Respond to if need be a real catastrophic flood situation all of that. Environmental damage is compounded by the fact that we can't quit this stuff. We're totally addicted without the use. Of fertilizers enriched with mine phosphates. It's estimated that about half. The world's population could starve. Let me say that. Again without mining phosphate rock. Half of the world. population could starve. And there's another problem. The phosphate reserves are depleted phosphate. Rock is a non renewable resource. It's like oil to made of compressed ancient life and there's only so much of it in the ground florida's phosphate reserves are predicted to be more than half depleted in ten years and totally depleted in fifty some pacific islands. Nauru have already minded themselves into near. Oblivion eighty percent of their island is now uninhabitable infertile. All of which is to say. It's not quite clear when but someday a crisis will come. We are not paying noth- protection to the future of phosphate reserves also to more sustainable ways of facing that future which brings us to maybe the one place on earth. That doesn't have to worry about phosphate. Reserves morocco has been blessed with abundant phosphate reserves sixty million years in the making remnants of an ancient marine life. This is also from that ad. We heard earlier from that company. Ocp ocp or the office of phosphates is actually owned and run by the moroccan government. And it's one of the biggest producers of phosphate in the world. Marocco nowadays has seventy five percent of the world reserves eve. We had senior figures for all say. Saudi arabia has seventy five percent of the oil reserves of the world. We would have moved away from oil time ago. Right defied that we haven't created this kind of panic out. Phosphates strikes me because that one thing the country has such a by were over a raw material which is basically feeling our way of life east gracie thing and the book remain is part of that story here. We are back in western sahara boot chrome mine and the world's longest conveyor belt because on that belt is part of the world supply of mine phosphate the dust and rocks that half. The world needs to live. The belt starts at the book remind in western sahara. The site of a phosphate deposit of many hundreds of millions of tons and a single our. The bill can transport over two thousand tons of phosphate out to the coastal city of words shipped out to the rest of the world the conveyor belt which started running in one thousand nine hundred ninety one is run by ocp or the moroccan office of phosphates and it could be an enormous amount of the stuff around twenty five percent of morocco's total sales. The conveyor belt is easily visible. We have satellite imagery. And it's kind of a dramatic image. It's as if someone has drawn sharp line across the desert because on one side of the conveyor belt is the dusty tan of the desert sand on other are these white billows of phosphate dust blowing out into the wind. It almost never rains there. So this scene rarely changes except when the conveyor about gets burned out there i was basically burning down for clean kilometers of dough. Out of the one hundred was dominated. A you put the people in power in the very hard position because it's impossible to sheet faucets if there is not a conveyor line and here is where my kid. Fascination with conveyor belt carries us into much more serious history because well morocco minds and exports the phosphates from bukhara. Neither the mine nor the belt are actually in morocco. they're in western sahara. It's a disputed and occupied land where the native population has been fighting a war for independence since early. Nineteen seventy s marocco took control of western sahara in nineteen. Seventy five the polisario wage war against marocco smack dab in the center of it is the world's longest conveyor belt carrying life giving phosphates through a battlefield area around bukra remind. The polisario was extremely strong in fighting the moroccans. And the real question is how do we failed. One hundred kilometers of to. We'll find out how the world's longest.

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"darling" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

03:28 min | 10 months ago

"darling" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"How much. They're really is out there that we are not paying attention to or don't know about or haven't heard about it's easy to forget the internet makes everything feel kinda small and flat. World is a big expensive place. How do you when you're choosing your topics in the story that you wanna cover and i do really well in the podcast. But how do you balance your that kind of revelry in in adventure and discovery whilst also acknowledging sometimes the thorny geopolitics of issues as you did with the beltway but also kind of respect for the culture because they sometimes feel like some travel. Writing just descends into lawyer. Ism and i. I think you guys toe that line pretty well. How do you do that with your content. The podcast actually in some ways has more space for some of these kinds of maybe geopolitically complex the subjects on the website. There's more just like fascinating. Interesting amazing places. It is used as a travel utility. And so we keep that in mind as well one of the big things for us as we sort of. Don't think of ourselves as a travel media company one. We feel like you can find something incredible. An incredible place and incredible story twenty miles from from where you are. So much of what we think about travel is really about storytelling. And that sort of finding new stories is possible anywhere and then i think our focus is just again because it story focused. It's about what is this thing. What is surprising about it. What is interesting about it and less about what other travel media spend their focus on. I think on the question of avoiding voyeurism. I think we just really are really cognizant of not viewing everything from a western viewpoint and sort of ushering anything we just want to get to. What is the kind of most fascinating truth about a place. And hopefully that's sort of the structure that guides us so as at least america emerges from the pandemic slowly and travel is possible if you could go anywhere. What is your post lockdown post cove it kind of ideal travel itinerary. I think i'm doing it currently actually which is not so crazy or so wilder glamorous but we drove across the country to minnesota to see my parents which you know they'd come out to see us. We haven't really been able to come here. So we're spending the whole month of july out like three blocks away from my parents house. in minneapolis. And it's kind of the perfect thing for the moment. It's really good. I think maybe come winter or next year. I think i'll be sort of looking. Maybe more towards some bigger trips international trips but for now this is like i. i wouldn't trade it for any other trip and no place like home that was dylan and here. Now is the episode. The and the berms part one from athletic scare belt conveyors are not a recent innovation used many years for all sorts of industrial application. I'm not sure why conveyor belt they're cool. But i do i always have. I like the little ones at the grocery store..

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What's on the Line for Chris Paul's Legacy?

First Things First

02:08 min | 10 months ago

What's on the Line for Chris Paul's Legacy?

"You know this. This series started out very well for the sun's up to all look like they were going to go from bubble darlings to title team in a year. I don't have to refresh your memory. it's you remember that probably yonathan. The vox i've turned upside down and for c. p. three it might mean coming up short one more time in the playoffs. Not grade list to be on here c. p. threes teams have had multi game series leads four times in the post season. Only to watch those leads. Slip away. Chris broussard what is on the line night in game. Six for chris paul. There's a lot on the line and obviously the championship but for him personally of is individual legacy yes. There is a lot on the line he would become. If they lose this series he would become the only player to lose four series in the postseason. Where you lead to. Oh okay anna. Point guard is in control of the game of his team. So a lot of that just falls on the coach. It can fall on the point guard. So we've talked about some christmas failures in the past and the postseason if he loses this series those become their a big part of his story. And when you talk about why he's one of the greatest players with barkley malone and you eat in stockton to never win a championship you look at. It and chris is a big part of why he didn't win the championship. Conversely if he can come back and win this series. Those playoff foibles. Become a footnote okay. They go from being a year. He's great but to just be enough small footnote in his overall story. So that is the first thing. Secondly if he wins this series he could become the third player. Only the third player in the seventy four year. History the third small player or normal size point guard to lead a team to an nba title.

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Adrienne Rich was One of the Most Widely-Praised Poets of the 20th Century

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:56 min | 11 months ago

Adrienne Rich was One of the Most Widely-Praised Poets of the 20th Century

"We're talking about one of the most widely taught widely read and widely praised poets at the twentieth century. Her burke brought the minute show of women's lives into the spotlight challenging the idea that to right from the female perspective was uninspired and undeserving of attention. Let's talk about adrienne rich when she was born in baltimore in nineteen twenty nine adrienne rich's parents thought she would be a boy they'd plan to name her after her father. Arnold a doctor. Instead arnold decided his daughter adrienne would be a literary prodigy by the age of four. Adrienne could read and write by six. She wrote her first poetry book by seven a fifty page play about the trojan war. This is the child we needed and deserved her mother. Helen wrote in a notebook. Helen had been a concert pianist and had given up her career for marriage. And motherhood as much as adrian's childhood was marked by long hours in her father's library her mother's sadness and lack of agency left a lasting impression to in nineteen fifty one while a senior at radcliffe college. Adrian experienced her first big break her poetry manuscript. A change of world won the yale younger poets prize. The prize came with a publishing contract. W h auden wrote the foreword and reviewers loved it. At twenty two years old. Adrian became a critical darling soon thereafter. She won a guggenheim fellowship. Which funded additional studies at oxford. There she met alfred. Conrad a graduate student from harvard. Despite her father's disapproval and married alfred. Nineteen fifty three

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"darling" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"darling" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Ethics cake. Darling has a new book out comparing relationship with animals. And what how that might give us insight to the future of our relationship with robots. It's been out for several months and check it out. She's at the center of all. We need to be thinking about with regard to robot ethics. And we're all gonna die and every comment with that way so nagin you. You left off with a fun question. Just tell us what that question is. Yeah well the question is about you know we know how to model cognitive intelligence and probably union via and probably even emotional behavior and machines. How close are we to building machines that confided appropriate mate and produce offspring ed and teach the screen behaviors that are not encoded in the algorithm. Okay why would we do this. I mean there's wins this league technological determinism that because we can do something. We should do something or that. It will happen. I think that we have this total fascination with recreating ourselves. I think that for art and entertainment purposes we low as be chasing these particular goals. I don't think we're as close to modeling all of human cognition and emotional behavior as As some people may think we are. I actually think we're quite a ways away. And i don't really. I don't really see the purpose of creating a robot. Tinder thinking said other than that. That would be hilarious. And i would love to wade through that Which is raising alone. If you ask me but continue. I mean that's fair you know and in that sense you know. Maybe maybe it will happen soon. Actually i might go back to the lab and suggests that we create a robot tender just that now from practice of that with an additional element of that question was if robots are programmed to the where the may learn emotions would a hybrid of those two robots have to be derivative of what those two robots were or can what emerges from it Acquire.

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Princess Diana's Wedding Dress Goes on Display in London

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Princess Diana's Wedding Dress Goes on Display in London

"The dress Princess Diana wore at her wedding to Prince Charles is on public display at the late princess is former London home, The taffeta darling ruffled white dress with its 25 ft sequin encrusted train. Up to seal the fairytale image of the 1981 wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and heir to the British

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Florida State Fair Funnel Cake Queen "Mama Jane" Harris

The Zest

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Florida State Fair Funnel Cake Queen "Mama Jane" Harris

"The florida state. Fair will look a little different this year due to the pandemic but one thing remains the same. The food will be as over the top as ever as usual serving. Your deep fried favorites will be jane. Harris better known as mama jane. She's worked the best around concessions for more than thirty five years. The cape coral based company is owned by the mcgrath family and they have trailers selling everything from turkey legs to corn on the cob to smoothies. But it's jane who manages the funnel cake trailer who's become a media darling and a fried dough virtuoso j. lives in pensacola and travels to fairs across the us and canada. About eight months out of the year. I spoke to her as she revved up to hit the florida state fair in tampa in our conversation. Jane shares how to recreate fair food at home. She offers an approximate timeline. For when some of your favorite fair foods were likely invented and will brainstorm names for her latest deep fried creation. How did you get into this. Oh goodness you know. I had two young boys. And i needed to make christmas money for my boys. So i started at the fair. And i ended up having six and So i still had to keep working affair of the year to make christmas money but Yeah that's how i started. How long ago was that over thirty five years ago. Wow that's so great. So what are your early memories so it would have been like the early eighties. I guess when you started. What are your memories from that time of the fair. I didn't work in tampa then because i had children. I just worked in pensacola. The fair and i didn't start traveling until about two thousand and five Hurricane ivan hit in two thousand four and destroyed the business. I managed and the best around said. You want a job. I said i need a job. So they put me right to work. And i started traveling then

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"darling" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"darling" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"The beautiful track elemental journey air by Yakov and Susannah. Darling Khan there will be another track at the end of the show to share with you. More called the journey to meet the wise elder. Talking of which Yaacov is here for you now on cheat time. You're conscious living show welcome into cheat time. Yaakov Darlene Katan. What what what a what a thrill and respect to you brother. I mean the man of teachings that you're bringing through for us and you know I know you are the world's foremost purveyor of movement Med sern. And you've done amazing website going on on your second book. Now you know very established member of the Shamanic community and yet you're so possible and so easy to connect with and get on with and Addie how you do that. Well I I met too many people who have Lost and believe in their publicity. Sir I have a load of elders a particularly to elders who we asked when we began his at the school of Medicine in two thousand seven. We asked them to But we gave them like a golden pin and said if if you see his blowing up our own bubbles like becoming very important itself important. Please use the pin and bring it down to Earth and they do regular very funny. They are the absolute quintessential eldest growing old disgracefully. Very wise. They gravelled around food. He's a professor around an amazing green business. They're incredible people. And they keep coffee on the graph. We're not to lose it. All is really an Bettman they do with huma in such a way. That doesn't disempower you on another tool. Yeah I mean you have to have a sense of humor by the time. You're doing this kind of where you are wanting to really awake to who you actually are in walks inside. You will know what matters to you. It's a prerequisite to have a sense of humor via able to laugh at ourselves. Sometimes that's easy on other times. It's not an I notice to myself but The deeper I go on my journey. The mole the stronger. I'm becoming the more. I need to develop undo. My own shadow would unite never ends. I'm just a human being. We all just human beings doing our best. That's how it is that so so true before ordering a person not in competition with one another. We're doing the best that we can process and you know as a story of our lives really went. When did you first realize that you becoming a shaman? Well I think that SUP JER. A multi layered experience. Here I think is a child if I didn't have the language for it or I'd been in a culture where shamanism was still practiced and still woven into the fabric of everyday life. I would have none the because I was always into my number. One thing was dreaming was the Great. Mystery was in my nighttime. Experience was much more real than my daytime experience. My dreaming was was much more where I felt herman onion. I had a long journey because in our culture the essence of shamanism has been eroded by mainstream religion. And by the scientific mind. This is not at all at criticism of the scientific mind. I'm very I. I think the the rational mine is a very important hob to shamans world on you have that basis. You're in big trouble. Bought the re owning that rediscovery of what Shamans shamanism is in the modern world. Enough for me was thirty years of adventure and difficulty on ironing out all those distorted senses of South because I was fascinated once I discovered shamanism existed. I was like Oh great. I could be Shaman. I had no idea what it meant. If if I'd have known I'd probably ran the other way very quickly. This is mad. This is this is frightening. This is this the feelings of because of a shaman or We'll talk about the Shaman. I guess later but Shamas somebody who serves that community and not just a human community but that dedicated to reciprocity the balance of what we give what we receive what we take on such important medicine for our time so it was really a difficult journey and it stems at times especially these times. Well quite I'm talking about like the scientists and the Shaman. He did a lovely talk the other day with Dr David. Hamilton and Yeah a marvelous man. He is but it was great to see his connection with shamanism and then The fact that that had not went I noticed that he was telling us he stuff at the beginning he was foot of all this information and excitement and then you spoke and then the next time he spoke gone. Everything's much commonality that he recognized that about that. He said Yeah. Get very excited Scottish accent. I love a Bryant. Kind really incisive. Precise mind but the aligned with that kind so he his whole research. Life has led him towards understanding importance of kindness on power. We have the relationship between the body and the mind. He's an amazing match. Exactly and this is reminding me so moving on from science shamanism because we this whole of meeting going on here. Isn't the meeting of truth is happening and throughout your book than you on Sherman. You're talking about awakening the Danzso within and when we awaken to music and dancing movement is helps to shift the emotions that can get stuck and how how key some form of movement is. It's not just working out with the mind is actually embodying here different emotions. This is really especially now when so much. Fear individual and collective fair fear being pumped into the world through all the channels. Walk to be afraid of It is a scary time. It's overwhelming time. I know for myself without my own practice in designer. Might Get up early in the morning. We we spend the first three hours of the day in practice like before before breakfast before nine o'clock just to be as grounded as we can be in what's going on in the world see. Shamanism is is indigenous to its coacher addresses the wounds all the disconnect between Seoul Badio between spirit body in that's in industrial will disconnect between the brilliance of the mind and the brilliance of the body. And then of course the place in the middle where they need. Which is the hopped feelings emotional intelligence if we don't those of us who are being brought up in the industrial will if we don't engage the body and the intelligence of the body than our ideas that they could be brilliant. They can be amazingly creative. They are but they take us away from the recognition of the impact. That's happening under underneath arms. Two feet son working through the body is at the absolute primary importance to anyone. Interested in Chamonix practice who's grown up in the industrial world. It's so vital to be able to feel your feet to engage with the rhythm to let go inside the rhythm to give yourself to a great power in the form of Rhythm Music Melody Unto Dance like to sweat to engage your muscles in your blood and everything going Because what happens if we done in. The body has a capacity to stretch into change until cope with so much but when the so much emotion especially if we have in a switch we'll do in one way or another Stories from the past the Durham digested. Our own. Personal biography are on central biography. The journey that life has taken if we don't engage with that Ben when we're in a stressful situation What happens is we just going into the default mode? Which is coping coping. We coke in different ways..

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"darling" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"darling" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"So normally during the countdown to Halloween Pot. I will pretend that all these segments were recorded like right now like really currently but I can't even today. I can't even have to lift the veil. We're recording this segment. On the hottest Goddamn Day August it is revolting and to be sitting here with out Out Air conditioning is absolute torture. But you know what some of us are professionals for professionals but but but but but the way decided to beat the heat is to give us a little taste of winter and also by bringing onto the coolest podcasters out there. Yes let me introduce them to you. They're the host of the killing your darling podcast. They superstar scream Queens Returning Gez Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and girls and my GNC's Buell may be petty and Hello everyone that was so enthusiastic on such a hot hot hot October. We're we're slowly wilting. Over here in our parties his file it is vile today. So how are you to what's been going on over killing darlings and for those of you who don't know killing Don's please explain what happens. Happens over there. Okay so you kill your darlings. PODCAST is podcast Daniel. I started Because we were talking one day about how they're certain movies or TV shows those are other properties that you ask feeds into Kim. And you're like man. I thought about those in a long time. I wonder if there are any good still. So we're here to look at those old properties movies. TV shows and tell you whether or not you should kill Darling's yes it's a fun show Joe. I love your show even though I had a brief break up with you guys. What did we do Indiana Jones? The whole trilogy. I knew that was going to be a divisive. You want what which one. Which one was it that did it? What was the first one where you're like a rapist and like okay? Now he's just he's probably aping. Genre is Pacific Genre from his Pacific Time in movies where sex did not exist to. Yes you are looking at it through. Sex doesn't exist in that world world's X. Doesn't exist you always fade to black. I don't remember really liking. The first one is just the second one that we were like. Jesus didn't even bother. I was like I was so heartbroken with the first one. I can can listen to the other so we had to break up for a well. We're back together. It's okay okay. We're we're allowed our creative differences even though you're wrong but I'm sure you're not the only person that thinks very rob you guys you guys were drinking like hell I could tell you you guys are so dry so I'm going to blame the booze I mean you use now for whatever happens in Florida. Blame the boost Karen Allen work more. Yeah I actually agree. I really love Karen and I adore her talking about her. No we're not. What are we talking about? We're talking about the nineteen seventy four classic Black Christmas. What is what's what says Halloween more than Christmas? Hi Tim Burton broke the barrier. All rules rules are up. Yeah so I've already covered this on the show years and years ago but I did it solo and one of the things I enjoy doing this time around during the pot. Don is revisiting some of these movies. I did by myself off on the show way in the past but in exposing them to people who've never seen them before So as you well know. We have a tradition here at scream queens is I need one of you to give me a nice tight thirty second plot summary of black Christmas. I don't care who does the clock starts now. Do I do like Christmas. Is the horrifying story. A sorority house is tormented and tortured and murdered by line amendment. Gun simply simple uncomplicated. Plot which is white works. Yeah did you know that this is directed by the same guy who wrote and directed at Christmas story. One that I knew that was going to blow your mind. That's it's pretty great. I love that it actually makes sense if you watch it knowing that because there's so much humor in it. Yeah you don't normally get in a movie like this I very much enjoyed in terms of humor. The the the the frumpy sort of Sorority mom and in her secret and.

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"darling" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"darling" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"So normally during the countdown to Halloween pastathon. I will pretend that all these segments were recorded like right now like really currently but I can't even today. I can't even have to lift the veil. We're recording this segment. On the hottest Goddamn Day August it is revolting and to be sitting here with out Out Air conditioning is absolute torture. But you know what some of us are professionals for professionals but but but but but the way decided to beat the heat is to give us a little taste of winter and also by bringing onto the coolest podcasters out there. Yes let me introduce them to you. They're the host of the killing your darling podcast. They superstar scream Queens Returning Gez Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and girls and my GNC's wherever you may be petty and Hello everyone that was so enthusiastic on such a hot hot hot October. We're we're slowly wilting. Over here in our parties his file it has vialed today. So how are you to what's been going on over killing darlings and for those of you who don't know killing Don's please explain what happens. Happens over there. Okay so you kill your darlings. PODCAST is podcast Daniel. I started Because we were talking one day about how they're certain movies or TV shows those are other properties that you ask feeds into Kim. And you're like man. I thought about those in a long time. I wonder if there are any good still. So we're here to look at those old properties movies. TV shows and tell you whether or not you should kill Darling's yes it's a fun show Joe. I love your show even though I had a brief break up with you guys. What did we do Indiana Jones? The whole trilogy. I knew that was going to be a divisive. You want what which one. Which one was it that did it? What was the first one where you're like he's a rapist and like okay? Now he's just he's probably aping genre specific genre from his Pacific Time in movies where sex did not exist into. Yes you are looking at it through. Sex doesn't exist in that world world's X. Doesn't exist you always fade to black. I don't remember really liking. The first one is just the second one that we were like. Jesus didn't even bother. I was like I was so heartbroken with the first one. I can can listen to the other so we had to break up for a well. We're back together. It's okay okay. We're we're allowed our creative differences even though you're wrong but I'm sure you're not the only person that thinks very rob you guys you guys were drinking like Hell I could tell you you guys are so dry so I'm going to blame the booze I mean you use now for whatever happens in Florida. Blame the boost Karen Allen work more. Yeah I actually agree. I really love Karen and I adore her talking about her. No we're not. What are we talking about? We're talking about the nineteen seventy four classic Black Christmas. What is what's what says Halloween more than Christmas? Hi Tim Burton broke the barrier. All rules rules are up. Yeah so I've already covered this on the show years and years ago but I did it solo and one of the things I enjoy doing this time around during the pot. Don is revisiting some of these movies. I did by myself off on the show way in the past but in exposing them to people who've never seen them before So as you well know. We have a tradition here at scream queens is I need one of you to give me a nice tight thirty second plot summary of black Christmas. I don't care who does the clock starts now. Do I do like Christmas. Is the horrifying story. A sorority house is tormented and tortured and murdered by line amendment. Gun simply simple uncomplicated. Plot which is white works. Yeah did you know that this is directed by the same guy who wrote and directed at Christmas story. One that I knew that was going to blow your mind. That's it's pretty great. I love that it actually makes sense if you watch it knowing that because there's so much humor in it. Yeah you don't normally get in a movie like this I very much enjoyed in terms of humor. The the the the sort of Sorority mom and in her secret and.

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"darling" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"darling" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Darling. Oh. How? Wait, wait. One possibility. Maybe. Your. Awesome role. Oh, man. The. Can there be? Oh. W t thinks listener sponsors and res- tax services serving area. Businesses nonprofits and multi dwelling properties with high speed net. Neutral internet digital television services on the web at res- tech services dot net or by phone at six o eight six three three eight six eight. We heard recordings featuring Artie Shaw. Orchestra. We started with lover come back to me. Knowing that we heard two sleepy people vocal by Helen Forrest. The instrumental. I'm coming Virginia. One foot in the groove..

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"darling" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"darling" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Darling. Nightmare dressed like a daydream. And. Is only one love if it's true. I didn't say I didn't warn. Only one love so. Yeah. All right. Your name day. I wake up and up. With me now. To perfect. Go..

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