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"dick moby" Discussed on Knight Reader
"A. Brutal death. In the store has a secret. The only few men no. Not, the captain of the town hall. Not a new very few men aboard the town who knew the whole of this unsaid story, but communicate it in secrecy during the game detached ego, the Indian Harpoon her. Nights later cash spoke in his sleep revealing portions of the story. The next morning, the men forced it out of him. Still. It was such a serious and overwhelmingly dark tale. But it never made it out of that four castle. But one of those lucky ears was this meals. and. So it's smell wishes to narrate this entire story for us the town hosts story. which has later connections to the book. And is very entertaining in and of itself. It was actually published in magazines such as a standalone story and it did well. It touches on the highly controversial subject of flogging him the whale fishery. In the army. Which Herman wrote an entire different book about but that's another story of course. I want to reiterate that the town hosts story is said by historians to contain much of the original ideas of moby. Dick. Moby Dick was re written about halfway through and largely changed due to Herman being inspired by a friend and contemporary nathaniel. Hawthorne. That is when he took the book too much higher planes. It seems though that much of his original story survives in the town hosts story. Some say Captain Bill Dad owner of p Quad who you will remember from back on Nantucket. was originally supposed to serve as an abusive captain of the Peak Quad. Before Ahab was even thought of. You may also remember mention of Tin. A whaler who was highly regarded amongst his crew that showed up in the night spider in peaking smells interest as to why Balkan can was popular amongst his amongst his fellow whalers. Some of said that Balkan ten was originally meant to play on much larger role in this story. Possibly a friend Ishmael or the near the story. But was replaced by another character still kilt and scrapped. But hints survive like the early scene. Balkan has dismissed from the book early on as they depart on Christmas. Anyway I. DON'T WANNA get confusing but I was wondering whether it bring their sort story to life for you all. I just speculation I realized that I just had to do it. And I want to be largely dramatic and very special. And so it's going to be a very great special the town hosts story, a large and lively episode that will be fully brought to life with two very special guests that will be announced soon. You'll be a huge play like the matic episode. As you hear much of that sort of thing here but only in bits. This is going to be the most dramatized episode yet. I'm so very excited for all become along with me. The shepherds have shown us much and. Mind all of our characters and their own personalities as they travel across the sea here on the peak what? Search of Moby Dick. It's been fantastic. Speak all of these wonderful and mystical happenings. I. Hope you're enjoying in please leave me reviews or next meal socials. Dr, many ways you can help or support myself. Asked me socials how you can do that. I love speaking and getting to know my listeners. Shots me. I truly hope you can pick up these books right that the fight through them with all your will. For when you do Your shooter remerged with something changed inside. something. You can only recognize being in the shoes of another. So, go on nights. Job Your source. Pick up your pens reading spectacles. Let us freedom..
Moby Dick Chapter Eight
"Welcome back to another episode of Church history. Last week we were talking about the pulpit that Latin Word Putnam, and that object that appears in so many churches. Well, we also find the pulpit, appearing in of all places that great American novel by Herman, Melville none other than moby. Dick Moby Dick has one hundred and thirty five chapters. They have fascinating names like the shark massacre and interesting names, two of the chapters in particular come early in the book that have great names chapter nine is entitled the sermon. Sermon, Chapter Eight is entitled The pulpit so this is Melville's description of a pulpit of a fabled new. England church, it's sort of a conglomerate picture that Melville is putting together. And of course they are about to go out to sea questing after the great white whale, and before they go, all the sailors will show up that. Sunday in church to hear that sermon before they're sent off to see, and they might not come back again well. This is chapter eight on the pulpit. Let's read Melville's description. He tells us how he's sitting there. In the Pew of the Church and Father Maple comes in, and then he starts walking towards the pulpit. Melville says like most old fashioned pulpits. It was a very lofty one and since. Our stairs to such a height would by its long angle with the floor seriously constrict the already small area of the chapel, the architect it seemed had acted upon the hint of Father Maple, and finish the pulpit without a stairs, substituting a perpendicular that is straight up and down side ladder like those used in mounting ship from a boat at sea. The wife of a whaling captain had provided the chapel with a handsome pair of red ropes for this latter. Halting for an instant at the foot of the ladder, and with both hands, grasping the ornamental knobs of those red ropes, Father Maple cast a look upwards, and then with a truly sailor, like, but still reverential dexterity hand over hand, mounted the steps as if ascending the main top of his vessel. Melville continues, nor was the pulpit itself without a trace of the same seat taste that had achieved the latter. It's paneled front was in the likeness of shifts, bluff bows and the holy. Bible rested on a projecting piece of scroll work fashioned after a ship's fiddle headed beak. What could be full of more meaning Melville asks. For the pulpit. Is Ever this Earth's foremost part? All the rest comes in its rear. The pulpit leads the world from thence. It is the storm of God's quick. Wrath is first descried, and the bow must bear the earliest brunt. From thence it is the god of breezes. Fair or foul is I invoked for favourable winds. Yes, yes, the world's a ship on its passage out not a voyage complete, and the pulpit is its prow. Well, that's from the pen of Melville. What a fascinating line he gives us. Did you hear it in that last paragraph I read and the pope it leads the world. Well. That's chapter eight. The pulpit from Melville's great novel. Some have called I. Know Dr Sprawl often called it the great American novel Moby Dick or The whale.
"dick moby" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"That's the big balloons. I've seen that. Yeah it's a big balloon. Ask you come to the balloon sale. You call them the balloon sale. The one that Spinnaker hey look. Westfield wants to use those. Isn't that what he's supposed to do? When when you're over here at the Channel Islands Yacht Club Ville I gotTa tell you. It's all different so when you say. Hey they gotta Guy People Are GonNa look at you like you came right out of some freak. Show if you say spinnaker and what. What else do you call it? They have another word. For it. Just the spinnaker is what I call it. I mean do you. The different sales that run for the You mean oh boy. This guy was so when you the Genoa Jib on the triangle sales. Yeah we got that what you're talking about. Of course the big. The Big Triangle Sail mainsail. Well you you sound like you're Bob. What's the Guy Staying Bobi Booby Dick Moby Dick? Okay Look Sir. I didn't want to call up an antagonize you? It sounds like you want to get into a thing with me. No no no. I don't forget me I make we make fun of guys do that and I don't mean to make funny. I understand that. But you need to understand communicate a certain way. So the You're talking about the sales at the front of the boat right about okay if you will Is it? That's one thing? I don't know if the Journal there. What is the the French about? I'm not wrong. The French and the back is the stern. Okay I had it reversed. Somebody was saying to me the other day that they had the quote had cleaned missing on the on the bow and looking for it. I said you must be. You must be drinking your breakfast. And he said no up there he said go forward and I said go forward just head up toward the bow. Yeah head up to the bow I should. Why don't you just say about and that's where it was missing I. I'm not even sure where we are right now. So you're looking for a thirty foot sloop. Okay yeah thirty foot sloop filled. You know Bob Hitchcock or Tim Swinson you know my my son Jack I'm afraid I don't Sir. All of those guys are involved in boat sales over here. Tim is Primarily the stink parts you know the the cabin cruisers and then My my son is involved in the The sale of the sailboats And is he sort of on the same page with you? In terms of nautical terms. Well come on over here from guys my son. Hi Hi Tim it's Phil Hendrie. All right So you sell sailboats right. Uh-huh okay and those to the phone. Okay eight Sheffield. Just you know. Tim Turn around for me. Counts Tim's at twelve okay. Let's just wait a minute. Okay all right okay. So Tim I want to buy a sailboat. Okay and you have those and tell me. For instance do they come complete with a set of sales? Okay hold on that. He wants to do it. they have The canvas bag started What do you call? It fell below you. Just you go down into where the people sleep below. GotTa canvas bag is is below. You gotta blow. I didn't say blow I sent. He said boil. Bela Bela the L. I'm sorry it's okay son. I'm sorry no it's it's fine so I'm sorry he's very mortified. So we have it and So what do you WanNa come over tomorrow or let me let me make it for the weekend because this is a work week for me and I'm talking to your son Tim. Yeah he's in charge and that right. Tim Yeah and Kimmel show you around. He'll show you the whole Show you where. The boats were where the boats where we parked where we tie them with ropes. To the to the thing you know. Where were you tie them off? Yeah Okay I the only problem with the way you talk is some people. Think you're trying to show me up. No I would never do that. I just it's the Phil Phil per look around sailboats. With his father we just talks. Oh you're all you know it's like second nature to you No no not at all. I mean. As a matter of fact I have to think I have to remember to use the right terms. Well okay here we. This is what we do You WanNa go see the boat. That's tied up It's got a rope tied to a two big sandwich. Is that what you want to see? Yeah I'd like to see the boats that are tied up with rope. Yeah okay well we'll take you and then you can go downstairs. Go to the front. Go to the back. Look at a little round hole and like Robert Shaw Jaws and then we have the big stick. That has the big thing that makes the wind blow in it and And a balloon sale. For when you're running ahead of the wind. What do you call that running before the wind blowing blowing blowing US forward? That's pretty beans. Yeah okay we got running ahead of the win this okay all right. Tim. I'll see you there then this weekend. Okay it's mine the my phone not yours my phone okay. Just over there and sit down now. Okay hold on for minute fill tim but I'm just get there's your skipper had to got. Oh it's fantastic gates. Lots of membership. Lots of Bama Party this weekend. We're GONNA have our fourth of July party this weekend. you're having a great. You're having a fourth of July this weekend. Yes we are because the fourth of July is coming up. So why wouldn't we be? The fourth of July is in July. This is still. It's still April. But Burke site about we're about the summer the summer months are the month for for any yacht club anywhere in the world and as you know general shot and you fell right across the channel from us and the Channel Islands and we take our boats and we have the wind. Blow them over there or we start up the motor and we drive them there We've always looked to our right and look to our left No no we don't go around with that And then we drive our boats and then we throw down. The you know the mental thing. That's the anchor you know it's the this is what we're trying to do. Are you doing to discard all these nautical terms what we're trying to do is discourage nautical terms so that people can chill out? Relax you can come and go. Hey Wow I love it here. This is a wonderful yacht club. And Oh look look to my left and no one's going to break up break anger over your head director of the way you gotTa talk that way. What what are they? Young men say they are isn't expected that you speak in article fashion. No not at art club. No we say up to the front and get that rope and tie it around that metal thing and and we do it really loud and we do it in your face with it. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's what the Channel Islands Yacht Club is known for. You can go to their real high flute and places like Pacific Carinthian or somebody's joints go down to Balboa Yacht Club or Newport Harbor Yacht Club League but what we do here as we say let's get on our boat and drive it over there to that island park and fro the rope down with a big metal thing you know and you do that on purpose just to just to show people back off okay. We're doing it our way you do it your way. Well it's an interesting Do advertise this in your. Oh Yeah it's it's We put it in the Pamphlet in our manual our membership manual and basically here according right now membership manual. We do not use fancy terms like line. Porthole starboard or port. We don't know what they mean and we don't care anyway when you go to the front of the boat. You're at the front of the boat when you go to the back of your at the back and when you go downstairs that's what you did. You went downstairs. You didn't go. Below ha ha ha and then we put the contraction and that the young man be Elo that blows and Okay so that's so that's I didn't know anything about that honestly I didn't either. I have to tell you a west. Would I was calling. I think I would have gotten better prepared. Oh it's all right we we we run into this all the time all the time so all right so. I'M GONNA come over there on Saturday and talk to talk to my son. Tim My son Tim so Mr Henry Tim. Yeah Okay and he'll be here and Tim is twelve but he's I think he's doing good for twelve and you can tell he's bigger than A lot of twelve year olds but not nothing freaky about him. He's twelve yes he's twelve is he. Is He Can I ask you? Does he have the authority to make a sale? I know he'll come to me with any Offers and that but you walk with him and he'll walk and he'll tell you there's well tell us tim going over here. I'll give you an example. It's not necessarily just grab that describe about. Here's a boat. I start again. He's he's a little nervous. Here's a boat we have. There is the boat and see there's chairs and here's how you start the motor. Then you drive it forward then you back it up. Okay Yeah see nothing fancy nothing fancy nothing no fuss no mice right And Tim how does he know how much the boat ways? How much does that? They sail boat to thirty foot. Lunar S. How much does it way with the big with the big thing with the what they call the Keel is it's GonNa Kill Ya there's a Keel But to I don't know we don't know all right so you but it has a Keel Keel. What's about four So it doesn't tip over capsize. Yeah that's again. You're using the fancy words all right. We'll thanks very much. Okay can go sit back down over there? Okay Foghorn Tim You gotta full. Well that's that sounds like. The boy has some some developmental disabilities. No No. There's nothing wrong with my. Why why would you say that? Well come on. We'll you western. Sounds like the man is having a hard time communicating. No no no he. He talks that way so that people won't think that more of a brain. He's really very intelligent. It just talked to a normal. Yes how are you tim? Hi Tim. This is Margaret. Tim So do you really know about sailboats. No I don't know a lot about fan votes i. I absorbed some things in my telling me to talk as if I was autistic Because he didn't want to draw attention to me with planning a big scholarship. Run this summer. I'll be hitting the big colleges back east. You say are you must be like a child prodigy or something they say that you and I don't know he's the thing about teammates. Thank Sean Timms. Brilliant but he can't wipe his own his own anus. Yes simple things like that so. He's going to be a freshman at Harvard next year but he'll need help wiping. Thank you see later Tim out so I guess he doesn't have to talk to me. No you don't have to talk to Mr Henry Okay. Do do the foghorn strategy very good. I'll see you guys there Saturday. All right good.
"dick moby" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"Shotgun. Look like a fucking bum. Yeah I got a car I I don't know ride. I can drive myself dry myself bitch. It took the fucking city bus through high school so I don't ever want to be on public transportation again. That's it was a bro that shit it was horrible he will be like yeah. We're going to this place. If they double see there in two and a half hours does any was is so wack because you you like be on it and the place you WanNa go is like maybe three blocks away and like but you can't get off because there's no stop at that pile. Yeah so you just have to watch it through the window and then like just go around the town. You're like yeah hands up against the glass like fogging up the glass uh-huh and all your friends are there by the time you show up. Everyone's Daphne each other up in the parking lot or like what's going on like our relieving hanging for like hours we'll you smell shit to what you just got here. Fuck where you're doing. Here's something that it can happen was week. Was the London Bridge attacks. Oh Yeah Yeah Buddy. A Dude ran at the attacker with a nor wall to us. I just want to say that. Yeah it is fuck members of the public with nothing but a Narwhal Tusk. Lima British thing ever and a fire extinguisher. Tackle a murderous terrorist harassed. So they were like this guy was on the London Bridge stabbing people he kill two people I think fuck off dude and and he was wearing a fake a counterfeit suicide vests. That's not so these guys didn't know that the vest was fake and one of the guys is sprang him down with a fire. Extinguisher has the other the guy is I guess. Jabbing Him Sword Fighting with a win all toast and Narwhal Tusk. Not a bad weapon broke as you know not a bad weapon at all dances fuck and it's long. Yeah so buddy can't get close. I just feel like he was definitely. You know years. haven't T- in some like afternoon tea cafe nearby or something like that and they had like a Narwhal tests on the wall. Because it doesn't sound like something exemplary in this Yes oh British like yeah and a musket or something you know they say this toask USC is actually what inspired Moby Dick Moby. Dick ones on the bridge. Get Adam that is that is the same in world's getting World gained intense. I mean now knife-attacks. It has been a thing in Europe at least London for a minute. Yeah so On a lighter note you know if you've ever felt like you need a little bit of Jesus in Your Life Al Pitcher bt Esa you have. Yeah I always use this people. Think think it's like an accident and it's not gonNA boy. Did you screen shot. Well yes yes. Yeah Oh my God. We know we know. I'll tell you after. Okay all right. It's not we know some. I guess we know someone that that I don't know sure. Okay what the fucking Kevin Bacon Seven. Yes so yes. To sever have written two degrees of separation away from that do or should we not clown. No let's Mercer Dude. First of all.
"dick moby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Their existing companies our customers and and to acquire new customers. Can you talk about some of those key partnerships new yes so one of them is <hes> trip rides. Trip is a software as a service platform that it just launched in the u._s. Two weeks ago and miami <hes> they officially partnered with the miami dolphins so that's great for us. What good is they have. Seventy five thousand users as i mentioned earlier and every user and driver rider driver has to have moby to transact so it's kind of peer to peer system so we have active users right out the gate of seventy five thousand. I'm just for moby and then we're currently integrating our esotique into their software. There's a retailer that we can use this. Yeah retailers can't over the retailers right now but the some of the biggest retailers dollars in the united states the big box stores and things of that nature watch will be doing a p._r. Released here in the next month or do that see that's big to me. I don't know oh you guys here that are listening with us. Would you agree that having the partnerships that are automatically going to onboard. Maybe that's actually the killer hilar app because we talked about that yesterday here in the mastermind and i think natural organic adoption is is really. I don't think it's going to matter what the app is. If moby pay is the one that gets into the hands of hundreds of thousands or millions of people guess what it's a very crypto world <hes> mhm i wanna ask what about your team. So what makes you guys sort of qualified to be able to launch this type of ecosystem yeah well. It makes you so a makes us well. The first person we brought on the team as our essentially our chief of counsel brian o'neill and everyone thought i was crazy doing a crypto project in the united states because the s._e._c. you see he's formerly s._e._c. Also formerly chief counsel new york stock exchange so from a compliance standpoint. We started there and then we move over to our c._t._o. Nick kuni and nick builds an accounting software <hes> up to about five hundred employees. I believe in sold it to sage which is the largest technology company in the u._k. So he understands accounting systems and lettering systems off chain which allowed us to build what we know. He's moby dick moby. Dick says younger brother moby dick wasn't available. We'll take nick <hes> love it. Just don't have any con artists on the team because then you'd have moby slick. Oh now see that's why we got the name bad crypto because i wasn't really bad so as we get ready to close at us or anything else that you want to make sure our listeners know about moby pay well. I think it's just the you know the the strategy for the mainstream adoption and that's really the key here and i think a lot of people people were focused on crypto a very small part of the demographic in the world that understand that so i think strategically were bridging the gap in that manner and have a real life application location with a real user adoption strategy the that's sets us apart in a real business right. We're not we're not a project. We're not a concept. We have a live beta right right now. You can transact. You can do certain things on but again. It's the real business and a real a real user. Adoption strategies thinks what sets us apart..
"dick moby" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"Can lead to less efficient. I don't care what I say this. But you could see because of all that technology. The doctors are using SIA Risa of doctors having to deal with something like carpal tunnel as well. It's you know, it's it's significantly a potential issue here. We're joined by Edward tenor, author of the book deficiency paradox. What big data can do? Your comments are welcome at eight four four warden eight four four nine four two seven eight six six or if you'd like send us a comment on Twitter at biz radio one thirty two or my Twitter account, which is at Dan looney twenty one. So then how do you think Edward about algorithms moving forward? Do we need to to adapt algorithms to to factor in other elements as we move forward in some of these areas, I think we're going to be using more and more algorithms. It's really a good thing. And and there are there are there are many pluses a lot of other people have written about the pluses. So I'm I'm really focusing on. On the on the problems with the the idea that that recognizing them can lead us to get the most out of the system. So one of the things that that really is important to me is. Trusting our own intuition and not dismissing it as as of some some guru is suggests that we do because very often something that we have at the back of our minds is really a very good check on what the algorithms saying. So I see that as a as another another way to to prevent the kind of problem. I mentioned of the GPS telling you occasionally to go in the wrong direction or even take a dangerous turn this happened. A few times, what is the what is your expectation? Then as we move forward in the next decade or two as to how we will be able to to kind of balance both sides of this debate. It really depends on. People's own behavior. It's not something that can be really decided by policy. So if people if people really want to delegate as much as possible of their lives to algorithms. There are lots of companies will be very happy to to do that for you. My book is really suggesting that in addition to using them, we also, cultivate, other things we for example, we have a lot of what what sociologists and psychologists of technology called tests that knowledge we we know a lot more than we think things that we can't articulate that are impossible to build into artificial intelligence systems and yet are essential for everyday living. Consider for example, the meaning of an unfamiliar proverb a little kid can tell you, for example, what a stitch in time saves nine means because we think metaphor. Warrick -ly. It's a it's a natural thing. Somebody from another culture can probably tell you what it means. But it's much much harder for an algorithm to to make that jump unless it happens to have programmed into it some database with the meaning of that particular saying, and the the wonderful thing about human reasoning is that we have a this the stock of skills and knowledge that we can't articulate, but are there when we need it. And one of the things you bring up playing off of that is the fact that there are elements of our knowledge within our brains that are things that can't be really replicated by artificial intelligence. And I find that interesting especially now, considering the fact that there's so much conversation about how AI is going to come into our culture and and change so many things, but also improved things as well. Well, it it can change them. But my point. It is do we do. We really do. We really want to change them. Do I really want for example to? Have our future reading based on patterns of the reading that we have been doing recently that is something that can certainly get you into greater depth, and what you've been doing. But it it it rules out that that peripheral vision sometimes astronomers will will actually use averted vision because the the part of our I that's not in the central focus actually can detect a lot of things better than the than than Fulvio vision. So my metaphor is for for that is really that that we have a tremendous asset in this. In this peripheral vision that we get and that that artificial intelligence if it's not used right can can just blend that out, and and deprive us of something that will take us beyond the pattern that we've fallen into. So again, there there is a benefit to having all of this. But if you playing off of that, if if you don't have that peripheral vision on a particular subject or particular area, the the potential for a loss, whatever how you quantify that laws is certainly there. And it makes you wonder how that is going to be impacted. If you're multiplying that say by ten million, people twenty million people thirty million people, whatever that number may be. That's that's a real issue. What one of the fascinating things about artificial intelligence and computer guidance generally is that when builders of advanced. Aircraft are designing the control systems. They don't entrust anything to anything really crucial to a single computer. They use multiple redundant systems. And those systems are program by different people with different hardware and software, and the idea is that you can have one system like ways as I mentioned that makes glitch, but it's unlikely that a number of independent systems that are quote unquote voting will will all be making the same mistake at the same time. So that kind of redundancy is one way to avoid some of the problems of artificial intelligence, but it doesn't get at this element of serendipity. It doesn't get at the element of surprise. And so much of human progress really has consisted of people taking that kind of jump from the stab patterns and intuitively finding some more. No, more really. Really interesting ways of of thinking, and that's why so many really successful books. Have originally been turned down or roge Ingley published like Moby, Dick Moby? Dick seem to be this really weird book that broke all the rules. The original sales were not that great and an algorithm might have defeated entirely. But the point was that here was somebody who had a really stunning original vision and was able to express it in a in a new way that didn't fit into any of those patterns how how does what you talk about in the book and this concern over officiency also play out with what we've seen recently surrounding some of the the social media scandals the data sharing issues that that are out there right now. The the problems of social media are really that that they they tend to reinforce what is what is already there. They tend to to build on trends. There have been studies, for example of how people rate songs, and what they find is that a small difference in listeners initial preference can snowball and really distort. What what people would otherwise think of as the quality of song? So there is that there's that bias. But I think there's there's also the the issue that the social media by taking away so much advertising revenue. From newspapers and magazines have also really changed the total media environment, and therefore have have weaken, the kind of original reporting and writing that should actually be the basis of social media. So that they've kind of undermined themselves and pleasure to talk to you today greatly. Appreciate your time and all the best with the book. Thank you again. Thank you very much. Thank you, ever tenor. The book again is the efficiency paradox. What big data can't do? The book is available in bookstores and online for your purchase right now Edward distinguished scholar at the center for the study of innovation at the Smithsonian Institution and pleasure to have him on the show for more insight from knowledge Morton, please visit knowledge dot Morton dot U, Penn dot EDU.
"dick moby" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"There are a mo- g like add not aim more at thank you is like, you know, when a mode I came there was a Moby Dick that was like a movie, right? Yeah. I didn't like that. I think people are like, oh, that's clever. Oh, do you. Your want me to buy it not going to buy it. That's that's a funny chuckle, plus the ink, you know, the print that in color. I thought you're going to play those may wailing. Oh, well, that's that's something to consider their fry Moby Dick Moby Dick novels written in wailing printed in wailing swelling giving right? Maybe the squids. Maybe you think they ever did? In addition of Moby, Dick as Scrimshaw gap. Probably there's like a bag of Scrimshaw somewhere that long. Like a room of Scrimshaw, probably in nice, Tim wanna thank you for bringing up. Another one my tips, which is routine. Yes, you have to get into a constant routine with writing. Now, I'm not always good at this thanked me for bringing up your routine by asking what do you do? I don't think you do anything. So what I do do. Is I work out of a writing space? I have a it's not a private space, but it's like a co working space. But it's only for writers. See you have somewhere to go every day. I have somewhere to go every way every day. You have to get dressed. I have to get dressed. Yeah. Like, I'm not. And again, I'm jealous to these people. But there are some people. They're like, oh, I, you know, working pajamas all day if I do that for even like half a day. I feel worthless. I it doesn't make me feel comfortable. I don't like it. So I like getting dressed brush my teeth going to the bathroom most people should brush your teeth and go to the mill these people lot of stayed home writers..
"dick moby" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Achieve Elon Musk says. That they had a saboteur working there. A ninja loafer who had conducted extensive and damaging sabotage to the company's operations, including allegedly making unspecified code changes to its manufacturing operating system. Wow. And. Sending sensitive tesla. Data unnamed third parties. So I don't know if this is a company that struggling a little bit trying to come up with an excuse or if that actually happened. He wants never lied to me or if it happened in their unrelated, I don't know. The full extent of his actions are not yet clear told employees yesterday, the stated motivation of the employees was that he wanted a promotion and didn't get it. So that's what you call in technical terms. And actively disengaged employees correct is unhappy with where they're working and go out of their way to actually sabotage of the company and that person apparently did. Wow. Well, smart enough to like, change, code and computing to hurt the operation, which would be very expensive problem. Critical time for tesla. Oh, yeah. Say turning point which way, they're turning not clear, so one of my favorite books of last. Well, my entire lifetime that I've read Moby Dick Moby Dick tale about a whale knots. The dictator's handbook the subtitle, which is why bad behaviors almost always good politics spy. Bruce, Bueno de mosquito and Alistair Smith. It is easily of Oran separating from his children. It is accessible and interesting to readers of any level. It is one of the best things about political science. I've ever read. I wish I'd read it in college. But it didn't exist at the time. Yeah. It is a completely different way to look at political science, and it points out that, you know, well, certainly in terms of human rights, there are great differences between. Governments that governments from dictate complete dictatorships to democracies differ. Only in the number of essential supporters our backs that needs scratching and every regime. No matter how quote unquote, free or dictatorial needs to gather up the goods and hand them out to get support. And it's the different ways they do that shows you how political systems function. It's great. But it reminds me of the indisputable and beautifully worded. The court by h l Mencken that I tweeted out over the weekend. And I said it ought to be taught in every middle school high school and college in America. Here's what he said. And keep this in mind as you approach the midterms keep this in mind, as you listen to every single politician Jabber, the state or to make the matter more concrete, the government consists of a gang of men exactly like you and me they have taking one with another no special talent for the business of government. They have only a talent forgetting in holding office their principal device to that end is to search out groups who Panton pine for something that can't get and to promise to give it to them nine times out of ten that promises worth nothing. The tenth time. It is made good by looting. A to satisfy be in other words, and here's your here's your punchline governments is a broker and pillage in every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods, so true. So the part that at the website and in case you don't follow the Twitter. So the part that I really like in there. And I completely agree with is is probably the most controversial part of that. Because a lot of people wouldn't it. Agree is that they have no special talent that for government. I agree with that a lot of people feel like it's a special class of people that you know, that that should rule. A cer- can rule is the idea that we listen, I'm going to cheat a little on the wording of this to make it a little more obvious. But the idea that we should have citizens. Legislators people who are who are doctors and business people and nurses at school teachers in government. Oh my God. No, we must have politicians and government that's an obscenity against the idea of this country. But that is by far the most common attitude. You know? Tucker Carlson's big on the on the fact that he does a show on FOX. He's big on the whole elites run this country thing, and yeah, he doesn't screed on that. He was tying it into the immigration thing yesterday. And I thought it was absolutely right is the guy who comes from small town America, and lots of towns and counties that have changed completely and a very short period of time because of immigration, and you don't have to be racist to not like your town changing just normal human reaction, you grew up in a town. It was a certain way with a certain certain language, certain foods certain customs, you want it to stay that way. That's just human nature anywhere on planet earth. Does make you racist. Does make you a bad person? That's what everybody wants. And then you change your town has changed completely. And in many ways, you'd say for the worst. Now, we have crime we didn't use to our schools don't work they used to work fine. He can't get an obstacle us to be able to either. No everybody or be able to talk to. So I can't even talk to the civil. I don't know. Some of the stuff is completely negative. Some of the stuff is just normal human reaction and his Tucker pointed out, the people who make the rules their neighborhoods. Haven't changed a lick since nineteen sixty right? Their neighborhoods are exactly the same. So while they're lecturing about how you need to be more accepting of.
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"Cheap. Elon Musk says that they had a saboteur working there a ninja per who had conducted extensive and damaging sabotage to the company's operations, including allegedly making unspecified code changes to its manufacturing operating system. Wow. And. And sending sensitive tesla data named third parties. So I don't know if this is a company that struggling a little bit trying to come up with an excuse or if that actually happened. He wants never lied to me or if it happened in their unrelated, I don't know. The full extent of his actions are not yet clear he told employees yesterday, the stated motivation of the employees was that he wanted to promotion and didn't get it. So that's what you call in technical terms. And actively disengaged employees correct is unhappy with where they're working and go out of their way to actually sabotage the company and that person apparently did. Wow. Wow. Smart enough to like, change, code and computing to hurt the operation, which would be very expensive problem critical time for tesla. Oh, yeah. Turning point which way, they're turning not clear. So one of my favorite books of last. Well, my entire lifetime that I've read Moby Dick Moby Dick tale about. Wale nuts. The dictator's handbook the subtitle. Which is why bad behaviors almost always good politics spy. Bruce, Bueno de mosquito and Alistair Smith. It is easily. Separated from his children. It is accessible and interesting to readers of any level. It is one of the best things about political science. I've ever read. I wish I'd read it in college. But it didn't exist at the time. Yeah. Is a completely different way to look at political science. And it points out that while certainly in terms of human rights, there are great differences between. Governments that governments from dictate complete dictatorships to democracies differ. Only in the number of essential supporters our backs that needs scratching and every regime. No matter how quote unquote, free or dictatorial needs to gather up the goods and hand them out to get support. And it's the different ways they do that that shows you how political systems function. It's great. But it reminds me of the the indisputable and beautifully worded. The court by h l Mencken that I tweeted out over the weekend. And I said it ought to be taught in every middle school high school and college in America. Here's what he said. And keep this in mind as you approach the midterms keep this in mind, as you listen to every single politician Jabber, the state or to make the matter more concrete, the government consists of a gang of men exactly like you and me they have taking one with another no special talent for the business of government. They have only a talent forgetting in holding office their principal device to that end is to search out groups who Panton pine for something. They can't get and to promise to give it to them nine times out of ten that promises worth nothing. The tenth time. It is made good by looting. A to satisfy be in other words, and here's your here's your punchline government is a broker and pillage in every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods, so true. So the party. At the website. And in case you don't follow the Twitter. So the part that I really like in there. And I completely agree with is is probably the most controversial part of that is a lot of people wouldn't agree is that they have no special talent that government. I agree with that. But a lot of people feel like it's a special class of people that that should rule us or can rule is the idea that we listen, I'm gonna cheat a little on the wording of this to make it a little more obvious. But the idea that we should have citizen. Legislators people who've doctors and business people, and nurses and schoolteachers in government. Oh my God. No. We must have politicians and government that's an obscenity against the idea of this country. But that is by far the most common attitude. Tucker Carlson's big on the on the fact that he does a show on FOX. He's big on the whole elites run this country thing, and yeah, he doesn't screed on that anyways tying it into the immigration thing yesterday. And I thought it was absolutely right is the guy who comes from small town America, and lots of towns and counties that have changed completely and a very short period of time because of immigration, and you don't have to be racist to not like your town changing just normal human reaction, you grew up in a town. It was a certain way with a certain certain language, certain foods certain customs, you want it to stay that way. That's just human nature anywhere on planet earth doesn't make you a racist. Those make you bad person. That's what everybody wants. And then you change your town has changed completely. And in many ways, you'd say for the worst. Now, we have crime we didn't use to our schools don't work they used to work fine. You can't get an Ospital used to be able to are you Steve no everybody or be able to talk to the. So I can't even talk to the I don't know. This other stuff is completely negative. Some of the stuff is just normal human reaction, and it's Tucker pointed out the people who make the rules their neighborhoods. Haven't changed a lick since nineteen sixty right? Their neighborhoods are exactly the same. So while they're lecturing about how you need to be more accepting of, you know, changing.
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"Bad opening. And then the Miami dolphin announcer the same thing. So she knows how Scully was kind of ahead of the curve. He would do his home runs with. She is gone. You know, what I mean when he would describe home run. He was he he he didn't have a bias towards towards man. He was he was very fair minded always whenever he did. There's you. Because that's a famous for their c- blows thar. She blows. Where's that Cup from? I don't know. I know. Darcy blows Moby Dick come up. Okay. Well, that's sorry. I don't know. Be dick that you have you have a sound bite of boby. Dick RC blows Meigs actually looking up there. She blocked. Hey, warriors, home tonight, and again, Sports Illustrated his away. Yes. You have Moby Dick. Okay. Go ahead. Dick, paul. Moby Dick Moby Dick was a book. But there may be some. You have catcher in the rye. Go ahead. Go ahead. Go ahead play. Larry's. Did you son tape Dante? You have the hobbit. Go ahead. Go to books on tape. Hey, laugh, all you want. Brian got the Iliad in there. Yeah. Play that one to hear.
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"His time once again for our historical headlines for today Wednesday, November the fourteenth we have some birthday recipients county rice, former secretary of state national security advisor under the Bush administration. Bush forty three. Celebrating a birthday today. You don't win her dreamers. She wants to be the Commissioner of the NFL and singer Stephen Bishop songs on and on. And it might be you pop singer. Say stephen. All right. I'll go Mr. Bishop, Mr. Bishop sixty seven Condie rice is sixty four years of age today was on this day in eighteen fifty one. The great white whale was published. Moby Dick Moby Dick who the author ones. Herman Melville, very good. He knows he's Moby. Dick. See? Kinda ease into this. Now, let's take it easy here. You feel any better today? I think I might be better. Yeah. Okay. That's good. Eighteen eighteen sixty two during the civil war president Lincoln gave the go-ahead for he planned to capture the confederate capital of Richmond. The resulting battle of Fredericksburg proved to be one. Sleepy defeat for the union. Was it a disaster for Lincoln and the union army Fredericksburg eighteen eighty eight the USC Methodists play their first football game. Later, be known as the same you USC.
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"The rest of your life. That is the the opposite problem of most artists he came out of the gate. Eight great. And then I'm guessing spent the rest of his life having to live up to that moment of of greatness. That's a good point. What time does telescopes in reverse? He had a good twenty five or thirty years when he was at the top of his game and arguably remained at the top of his game. It's that the world did not give him the opportunities. And he has shooed many of the opportunities that would have allowed him to continue to be in the public eye at the top of his game. Also, the here's a critical thing. The reason I call it Orson rehearsed is because of his great gloss on Moby, Dick Moby. Dick, rehearsed. Rehearsed. Yeah, it's a it was his idea to to stage Moby, Dick. But very early on in rehearsals. He realized that he enjoyed rehearsing it. More than performing it. So what he did is. This was in London. He created an omnibus sort of a sandbox piece called Moby Dick rehearsed where every time it was performed. It was different is see now, here's where I get my idea. And sometimes he would gauge what was going on in the audience, and he's he's shoved one of his team out. There said do the the p quad scene where this happens now. And then if things were just going cold in the audience, he might come out and do a monologue or talk about being Orson Welles. It was the Orson Welles variety show through the miles of Moby, Dick. This was back in London in the sixties. I think and he was already there. My I posit that. In fact, having started at the top even by the time he got to the second third four films like Amerson, and it's all true and the films that he just started leaving in hotel rooms half cut or cut. I think that he enjoyed. Rehearsing them and shooting them and going through the process of making film and theater far more than he enjoyed the process of having to sit there in a movie theater. Having critics judge him. I think that he decided quite rightfully as many artists do that was much more fun making art than having to endure the results of having made. Do you think that was born out of win? You are creating a piece of art. You're recording a piece of music painting. Whatever there is a point at which you have to call it, even though you know, that future you is going to maybe not be completely satisfied with with the work that you've done or may just hate it. Because past you was stupid, or what have you know? If you're self critical person. Do you do you think that there is some of that in wells that he? In you know, because when you when you do that when you release something out into the world, you're releasing out there for the public to judge for I'm hearing future self to judge. I think that that is again, I hate to compliment you because why should I say anything nice about anybody? But it's a great question. And here's the irony. Maybe this is why we're talking today. Here's my stance on this question in Seattle. I wrote an opera for that company called Amelia, the end of the opera consists of a woman giving birth to a daughter named Amelia, she has surrounded by hospital technicians and her doctor and so forth. But during the course of the opera has been revealed that these are the actors who also portrayed her her missing father and her husband and her best friend and other people, and it it emerges that at the moment of giving birth to this child..
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"Not are being Pethick, but expressing instinctively your response to them. So you just have to enjoy being with people. And I like that part of it a great deal, you still write an enormous number of books. You have a long string of highly successful books that have won the highest literary awards. How do you sit down when his time to write a book? How do you know when it's time? How do you go about doing? Do you stay late typing? What's your ritual for writing? How do I know what I think unless I read what I write. I'm serious. I write with pencil and paper. I don't type I mean, I can type a badly. But I don't type it out. I write it out. Not have a secretary types it out for me. Her gracious reads my handwriting. Be well, and I do many drafts up, but I enjoy writing great t I get enormous pleasure out of it. I can ride on planes, but I'm traveling. I ride in the evening at home after dinner on the weekends. And I really had a lot of pleasure out of doing that. Are you working on a new book now? At the moment that number working on a new book. Do you still read fiction? Not very much never mothership, but don't kiss. Do. You have a favorite fiction book from your life. That made a big difference for you Moby, Dick Moby, Dick..
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"Cruise line has announced it will be launching an exact working replica of the Titanic for people to travel on beginning in twenty twenty two. Possibly go wrong. Boy, if God's a fan of irony the Titanic to set to make its two-week maiden voyage in twenty twenty two. Great idea and has the same cabin layout is the original Titanic. It's going to sail from Dubai to Southampton England, and then onto New York tracing the North Atlantic route of the original Titanic which sank as we know in nineteen twelve killing a young Leonardo DiCaprio scene in the movie is always looking to be aboard because I'm kind of a plucky working class guy. If you saw Leonardo DiCaprio on the deck of the Titanic. I would I would I would scurry off. But anyway, it's kind of an interesting idea, though, how accurate are they are they keeping it are they going with the same shortage of lifeboats as well. Or what the exactly same grand staircase and giant Schengen? Else? Same orchestra playing bittersweet Lee into Loboda goes underwater, if you're a cruise ship band, and they call you up it has to play. Do you take the gig? It's like the old joke of you. Make a joke about Lincoln getting shot. And then he's a too soon because there is a point and what you can make jokes about things. And it's interesting, obviously. Two years later, you wouldn't make in nineteen fourteen. You wouldn't have made jokes out loud about the Titanic and all those people drowning. No, we're twenty years later. It was a horrible tragedy. But maybe forty but certainly one hundred plus years later, you feel free to make all the jokes. We've made you a bolt that looks just like, wouldn't it be crazy? If we got our boat like the Titanic and went through the same. Everybody will make the same joke during the voyage, right? Yeah. Wacky human beings. What are you gonna do? Shoot them into space. For a follow up is this company making was that blimp? The hindenburg. Exactly. Like, no God. Now that you know, it's funny PS that suddenly made it seem incredibly distasteful to me. You wouldn't do that? Now why? Because the Hindenburg was in the early thirties late twenties. Let's let's come up with a more recent tragedy. We're gonna get a Malaysian flight that disappeared. Okay. How are we going to recreate it give the same number? And who knows where we'll land you want macabre. I'm going to get a limo. Just like the one that crashed and killed those twenty two people a couple of weeks ago. Wow. Just like that limo and wedding parties can rent it and drive the exact same road, right? Wedding party. Drove. Yes. How's that different? Not different than the Titanic. Just time. Exactly. The same thing. Only the distance a time. Wow. And that sounds crazy. Like only a psychopath would do that. Right. It's incredibly troubling humans. What are you gonna do with them? Right. You're going to masturbate in front of him. That says we're going gonna do. No, no, not Sarah Silverman. Who is a very funny comedian ex wife of Jimmy Kimmel. Oh, that's right guitar to how freaking sanctimonious he's become. Anyway, she she's always made very over the top sexy jokes and she's been friends with Louis CK since before they were both really big time famous. She's featured in his TV show a lot. And she's hilarious. And he's hilarious. But she said Louis C K did that in front of her when they were younger, but with their permission. I've known Louis forever. I'm not making excuses for him. He asked if he could do that in front of me. Sometimes I'd say, yeah. Go ahead. Now, that's an interesting friendship. She said it was like science. I was just kind of interested in other times. I'd say, no, that's gross. And we'd get a pizza. I like pizza that was just starting like you'd better than the other alternative, in fact, even from not hungry. I'm gonna for the pizza. Yeah. Wow. That's that's that's interesting. They were friends and not lovers. Correct. Okay. Okay. That's very odd. You'll know what you want to do with that information. What you want to do with this information either? Your poop is probably full of plastic now because this is about poop, some might be tempted to take childish idiotic angle on this. Why is everyone looking at me? Well, I'm kind of hoping somebody does because. The truth. Is there are things medical things happening in the world that are. Of indeterminate origin. Why so much autism? Why so much anxiety depression? I think a lot of the depression has to do with the nature of modern man, and our lack of community as expressed by Sebastian younger and tribe and Jonah Goldberg in his book, the death of the Wester things suck now Moby Dick Moby. Dick is the name the book kind of a theme on Ben Sasse as new book to Ben says, thank you. I knew there was another example. But there are also increasing rates of Parkinson's disease and all sorts of neurological stuff the nobody's quite sure why. And this this article in wired dot com is talking about micro-plastics these are tiny tiny pieces less than a five millimeters wide. And some of them glob onto onto each other in the Pacific some sink to the depths of the ocean. Exactly still others get ingested by marine life, including fish and shellfish which turn ingested by other animals like humans. But it worries not only colleges, but gastroenterologist so those folks who study our guts, if micro-plastics are invading the things we eat as possible or invading our stomachs and intestines to a but nobody's really bothered to look at that in the systematic way and figure out if it's doing anything nasty to us until now at the United European gastroenterology meeting in Vienna. Researchers announced they have detected micro-plastics in stool samples from every single one of a small group of international test subjects I would bet every dime. I have that. They will someday. Discover something like this is causing the autism, anxiety and all the problems something like contributor. I think people who don't are not into science or are dumb often. Look for one answer to a question when. You know in science. It's it's often a couple of things if you have lots of plastic in your gut that means you can't process an enzyme, which means with the modern world, constant inputs, blah, blah, blah, it triggers. Whatever it's a multi step thing. You have to have a couple of things present. The pilot study tested eight subjects from Austria. Italy Finland Japan, the Netherlands Poland Russia in the UK. No Americans because they fear us. Each maintained a food diary the week before donating their stools, tears diarrhea Nate mind, you don't need to pay me for it. There's diary man-wich last night. And they have a description of how they donated the stool necessary. But I'm glad to taking a look at this. There's something going on with the plastics or pesticides or her hormones, and the food or something you just know there. Every participants poop tested positive for plastics from polyethylene commonly found in plastic bags to polypropylene bottlecaps to polyvinyl chloride, that's the PVC in PVC pipe. Wow. In fact, of the ten types of plastics that researchers screened for nine were detective detected on average. The researchers turned up twenty particles of micro plastic per quarter pound of poop. It's not hard to imagine that something that is around us. All right now, as I speak will be banned from the planet decades from now on we'll think what a crazy backward time. It was people were people drink out of plastic cups. Can you believe it right something that's never existed on earth? We came up with we invented, and it's incredibly useful. But it's never existed before there's no beast that's ever ingested it over the course of many decades. What what's that gonna do to the peace? We're finding out it's very disappointing that our science came along. And you know, we were able to do away with the plague polio and ended all kinds of heinous diseases that wiped out children for for tens of thousands of years. Now, we got these problems going on for something that we created probably. Yeah. Probably so, hey, if you heard about that, I'm sorry. I don't want this to be a total Downer segment. But have you heard about that polio like illness? That's affecting some kids across America. Yeah. Coming from virus? But they don't know which virus, and they can't figure out what's going on. You know? I don't wanna scare you're anything. But. The New York Times is reporting that on a particularly nasty confrontation this year. Between chief of staff John Kelly in the White House and informal. Trump advisor Corey loon TAOs.
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"And just kind of read a classic and so i last night downloaded moby dick moby dick jokingly sort of said moby dick is another one i said that's the one i just downloaded that i'm going on an alaskan cruise wales hello looking for a wales and i just thought i wanna read moby dick i don't think i ever read moby dick they have a lot of good list of one hundred books you should read before you die one hundred moves you see before you before he died catcher in the rye is on there a couple of years ago i still can't tell you what it's about catch catch twenty two is the kindle price was not good enough for me catch twenty two was still at like eleven ninety nine i got moby dick last night for ninety nine cents oh my gosh it's amazing last night read a little bit this morning mr would love this my sister is an english teacher and is constantly reading and every now and then she'll like drove a book my way and be like have you read this one read this i never read lord of the flies i've never read lord of the flies never read it never saw the movie neither of mice and men that's a classic one a lot of people don't talk about it donna because you feel embarrassed when it comes to the classics you feel embarrassed for what you haven't read but you have to think every school picked different books that they made a part of their mandatory reading and there are you know easily hundreds of classics that would be considered true no matter who you ask classics so there's a lot of reading yet to be done and you're never just because an eighth grader might be reading moby dick next year doesn't mean that it's too good to read it marie mobile right here's a little bit of a going back to shoe dog which is not a classic not a classic but it is a.
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"I hope that stays the but it's like it's like you got a big big ass dierickx siri like you got a step back this in france that kkob be nights the name of the episode my friend better than it currently be jesus glad i justified saying kobe beef for no reason the behavior service not to go like back but they did he like did you like get rid of the named that he likes say no longer i'm no longer it was he said it was moby if culturally big day they met him get it yeah is lbj it was kkob dick why does it his name's jacoby and he's short into kkob anna shaddix certain it's dick oh i didn't even art i just thought it was like a literary reference she's an atmosphere have dickey so laura yeah those are the books he was reading while riding his moods was moby dick moby dick angels and insects and cycle the up i don't know what year he stopped going by um um dick first fucking time i read that his name was jacoby shaddix like i couldn't believe it i couldn't believe that that was his real name in not some bullshit stage name like they had a stage there wasn't jacoby shaddix it oh did he need anonymity does he want to be able to still have a government name the china keeper on low key anc what is what is fucking ancestors do that his last name is shaddix off with an x.
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"Some people but other west everybody else and going to be confused what say saying i felt like a certain kind of sort of hyper cultured person to is this difficulty in loving things certainly loving things that we decided should we should be embarrassed about put them even loving things that were just great big you had to have found the most obscure thing but you couldn't just say you know it's great moby dick y'all it's a really good book like kids bureaux blisters like just known that in past on and make then decided that the one we really like to his senator billy budd which is also good but moby dick moby dick smith i must you're not able unit that kind of like distancing from greatness and needing to find the which i appreciate because it allows you to find all these sort of highways and byways and i just wanna play out i don't think moby dick and crash into mere the same but i do think let's embrace things that that we actually love and let's embraced things that are actually great yeah watching it on my reflection was like if i have children i can show this them and feel like this is an accurate representation of what it was like to consume culture and be a teenager in a certain time and if when you add children nami watching it lake on their shoe annabi in a lovely xu meda and lasse yeah okay couple more things like a very complicated time in hollywood for you right now yes for all people yes for all your an actress you've been in working in hollywood for tenplus plus years he obviously there's a lot of bad news going on right now wondering how you receive that news and you know as a truck and surprises it this is the same old song announced coming to light i mean i think it's heartbreaking all of it plant heartbreaks for all the people who the told their stories just tremendously brave and i is starting some really important conversations that needs to happen i think from me something that i i've i've loved about having a movie out this.
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"I'm ready all right here we go we'll get started the captain that hung out with spock on the inner prize also his middle name as tiberius captain kirk hands ride this captain is featured on cereal boxes in sales the ss guppy cap'n crunch this captain considers peter pan his nemesis but his more afraid of crocodiles oh hook hook his captain his from a kid's show played by bob quichen was named four marsupial oh capping kangaroo that's ride this captain sits on the label of spiced rumbles ooh captain morgan this captain once punched hitler on the cover of his comic book woo in america this captain was featured in moby dick moby dick who now what i uh my mom would would kill me for not no american he was big in the literature i it remembered out let's go to the last one real quick this captain slash environmental superhero used to save the earth on saturday mornings eric employment either hero liam went seven for eight he still had 30second low o'clock and he just missed captain ahab that's the only one eight which i think probably qualifies him for a big prize what do you think yeah we're we're gonna send you a big box of cap'n crunch of they lem thanks so much for all the work you did in the us navy and thanks so much for joining us on parttime genius alpha crowd me guys i i really enjoyed it thank you.