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"dore" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"dore" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Need to accept help from the paramedics The guy refused help from the paramedics and he died Wow That's just It just gets too much We just need to come a little bit towards the center with good pragmatic progressive ideas They could still be that Yeah you can And I mean I know how much you love Jimmy dore Hey there was an email that says a really pulling for him to run for president And you know what If he doesn't go for it but here's the deal Stop after the primaries when you get smoked Stop the nonsense Give it a shot go as far left as you want during the primaries But when you have a chance to stop evil you choose something that you may not like That's reality And you have to realize your choices have consequences Exactly They do They do That's all That's what pragmatism is Pragmatism is like Jimmy dore go for it in the primaries If you win fantastic Right You heard the nominee If you know then get out of the way Right exactly Exactly And on that note Because I know how much he loves Jimmy dore It is 19 minutes after the hour this portion of the Stephanie Miller show is brought to you by Dino fights Did you see Stevie's coat when he came down here I know he looks so handsome He's sparkly Well because they need a high proton diet They're carnivores There are You can see it in their teeth And it's imperative that they get enough protein in every meal And many mass produced dog foods especially the dry ones may lack essential protein and healthy fats And they need that for optimal health Here is dino.

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Gilgeous-Alexander's triple-double leads Thunder past Denver

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Gilgeous-Alexander's triple-double leads Thunder past Denver

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"dore" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

Eyewitness Beauty

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"dore" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

"So to speak and they're not like would you say that they're Chewy? I don't think they're Chewy because I think they're Chewy. I think that young people still like it. I feel like it's over. I feel like it's done. Okay, actually the sweatpants that I bought on the website a few weeks ago for no reason other than to see if I could get them. And we're a $158 retail and on grailed right now. There are two pairs, one is selling for $555 and the other one is selling for $250. The hooded sweatshirt that I got is selling for about the same price that I bought it for. So it might be a wash. Joke's on me. What's the new supreme? What's the one? Oh, Noah, Noah. Is it the Noah? I would say palace, but I think palace is already over. At the nets game, they saw two NBA players wearing big palace like jackets. Okay, so maybe that, what else? I was thinking we should maybe start covering fashion. Is a me Leon dore considered cool? I don't think it's cool, but I know a lot of people do. I've never even heard of them. It's a men's line that's out of New York. Leon dore. I it's like too preppy for me. No, I don't know what guys are wearing. Carhartt, I feel like carhartt is like, they don't try to be too cool. They just exist. They have all these existed. They will always exist. I appreciate them for that. I'm trying to find a new puffer jacket. Don't know where to look. Oh, and like a little shrunken little sweater, but not the Jaco moose one where you can see the whole inner and under boob. I got that jackass sweater in for men. What? They make one. It doesn't look like that, but it's like bright pink or neon yellow. It's that idea. You got a Jacob sweater. But it's from the same collection. To try on. And it looks kind of cool. It's just so trendy. It's not like classic. No, yeah, I need something just if I get chilly in the museum. Yeah. All right, at dinner. I just need something to layer with. Hopefully you're yeezy sweatshirts gonna help with that. Well, who knows when that'll come? I have a really good product of the week. So we should probably get to it. My product of the week is something that is four babies, but there's really no reason why moms and dads can't use it either. It is a brand called bay bayo bear essential organics that is based in LA, it's.

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"dore" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"dore" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Suddenly cova changed everything. And so what made me suspicious and watch so and their judy. Judy wolf is interviewing bill gates right and they're talking about the vaccines and how we're gonna roll these out and how to solve the and right in the middle of the way the fun. Are they asking this guy in. Why harm you because this guy's in college dropout none of all just he's not adopter. He's not a scientist. He's a billionaire. Mom monopolist and somehow. I'm supposed to believe that that guy gives a shit about vaccines and then i found out that that very new show. That was interviewing him about the vaccine's he pays for their medical reporting strong also funds like the making of vaccines he. Fun event funds the coverage of the vaccines. Right success has got a real scam going. He pays for coverage in lots of things. He's donated money to all different kinds of news organizations and he's manufacturing news coverage of the vaccines that he happens to be pushing and doing whatever and unless like this doesn't seem right. What the fuck is this guy to. And why are they. And how about how about buying all the farmland or investing in impossible meets. Go ahead sorry. Just keep it just to keep it on vaccine so Oxford when they invented there vaccine they were going to give it away for free so all the poor countries and guess who intervene. Bill gates intervened with oxford in convinced them to sell it because and then they got made all the profits so this guy is not a philanthropist. And the reason why he said he was meeting with jeffrey epstein was because jeffrey epstein was supposed to connect them with donors for his philanthropy. You gotta get. Somebody introduced you to people with money railing. Richest guy in the world needs somebody else's money guffaw yourself. I'm feeling eugenics tie right there personally. And with the the the history there is undeniable. The the golden institute is group that they're all working what they were before epstein disappeared and the point being that there's a lot of ties there with the time with the direction that they're driving right now and i think that's the point right there in regard to that get ties in with all of this because the vaccine the infrastructure of the passports the great reset it drives the direction of the world that they're trying to build using health in my opinion and gates buying up the farmland in. Good yeah what does the great reset mean to you. How do you explain. it's people. well. I mean it's a surface level. Spit perspective is what they're telling you. It is is a collaboration of different think tanks and public private partnerships groups around the world. That are getting together to provide solutions to the problems that we're all facing the problem. Is that those solutions air aggressively on. What benefits these select grouping of people in the top. And of course drive into digressive technocratic future which gives them more control more control over the internet more control and that's all it is. There's another thing called the greater reset that search. Derrick rose is working on which basically just offers alternative solutions to the same problems there presenting it just. It always.

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"dore" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"dore" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"You know. Two hundred thousand people would still be alive if we had medicare for all that died from the virus so now there are seven hundred thousand people but when there was only six hundred thousand people they released a study that said two hundred thousand of those six hundred thousand would still be death of third. Those people would still be alive or dead now if they had medicare for off. But they're not gonna give you fucking healthcare with they're going to give you a mandated jab even if you already had colvin this isn't about healthcare and if people can't see that they're fucking naive in the extreme. I agree i agree and i would. I would put the caveat on the numbers because we know we have the pr with a false positive. We know we've got the combination of flu and influenza with the covert numbers are flew into monja right so i always point that out that those numbers are the very least not completely accurate i want i want to get your opinion on this in the same point so this is what we're now seeing and this is the absurd we can maybe just finish up on this point. This is the absurd evolution of this conversation. Like you're saying so it starts off where we don't know or if the vaccines better or so on and we're watching the waning conversation. The last i saw puts the waning after the injection after two months two months begins to dramatically drop off and and as we said before include these links in the in the show all of the main people they tell you to listen to are telling you that your natural immunity is not only lasting durable and robust in every possible way but in fact most people had it reactivity immunity in regards to memory be oriented bodies before cova ever came round because of the cold because of sars because of a lot of reasons. So it's ridiculous to think they're going to force us some people that don't need especially when the risk is dramatically low. I don't know if you saw the oxford calculator. Nineteen and under one in a million chance of dying but look at this tweet here for those in the podcast it reads if you're fully vaccinated against cold the next.

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"dore" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"dore" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Let's hear some things that you may want to think about. They then check off. I want the. I think i'll do these three things and then they become committed to hold them accountable and the group holds them accountable. Effective very effective. I think if you talked to any of the anybody in our group right now they'll tell you to the visage experience and working with us. A group has been just. It's been very very good for companies. Put your email on our show notes so people can maybe reach out to you. They're interested in and you can just google vestige vista ge it's worldwide but they can find out more about you on linked in of course and just learn more about vestige if people are interested in. Is it a sign up once a year. Like what are your terms for your group. It's a of course. There's a initiation fee that this charges a monthly fee or you can pay quarterly or compete annually on young. And if you can get.

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"dore" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"dore" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Your family within your business communities. It's it's all asking the correct questions to get to the root of the issue and at that point the individual can begin thinking of their own solutions. Right right. everybody's going to change. Their minds is based on. Why don't you do this. You know you have to come to the conclusion yourself you have to because if you have to believe in your decision right so if we tell someone what to do do they truly believe in the decision or they just on someone else's request and So it's important that you listen to formulate your solution and that you believe in that solution and make that part of his plan and again i say personal life and professional life fight. What do we do in our group. I'm like to know if maybe you have some high points. Some things that have come up during the cove discussions with your group. Maybe some top suggestions about you were talking about. Networking people are using link tan. More online. What what are some some. You've seen that have been effective. Well that aside let's table the social media in the marketing We all of us Own assets of some sort Even or we have a business of some value preller long ago we can have the finest equipment we can have all the greatest technology It could be the the best ever been made. And if we don't have the right people there to help us use that technology. Then it's all for not so we're in we're in a people business whether we like it or not and some leaders are better at that than others so we asked about kobe so when we talked about that it's about one being transparent with your employees we we have to be transparent to tell him what's happening within the business Someone we're looking forward to bonuses in christmas may be or what have you if they don't know that the company isn't doing as well as it should be or could be because of this understand if you you know people understand because the question in their minds as always why what. Why doing this so we can solve the problem of why for them. Offer that openly. It helps a lot so sharing communicating often. Clearly is another one that we've you people want to know what's happening not only Within a business but In a community with the economy's doing things of that nature so Last up to the other thing is is listening if we have to listen to our employees to find their pain points every business as a paint point And maybe a customer. What have you but you may have individuals within your organization that have pain points to and it could be the not just personal paint point..

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"dore" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"dore" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

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"dore" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Of that and. That was definitely. Heavy, like hard to walk through with family and stuff like that and when you're talking about that. In needed to go like that, that feels very true and. I'd like seeing them in order now like that. S emceeing the. Anxiety as. The nine of. swords. Almost as the because I talk about this a lot on the show to different people but. That they're so much Mental Which is word at night is normal word. The mental like English of trying to make certain ideas fit together like the idea of a God loving with God that is torturing forever and stuff like that where it's like, I, don't. Like that's when I look at card I can get that kind of feeling of like I. Don't know what I'm supposed to do with this, and then the tower is like the breaking down of that and then. It makes the judgment. Card actually look really hopeful in the sense of like. It's kind like a resurrection seen since and. That there was. A way of living and death and it's Pulling out from that. Yeah. Exactly. This this is one of the things that I love about. Is that some of the images are so old and so. Architecture charity keep saying. Be Like it's such. A Word I get tired of saying, but they are that there's an association without knowing surly with the carts me. When you see that image, it means something to you. Here's there's an energy rebirth. An energy of of living in death of clearing something and their space made no, I think of judgment also has. Sort of here a call and moving toward. One is precious to you as an individual and see that cross on the flag, which me feels very calm. Crosses a fantastic symbol of sort of bringing together. Spiritual and material life that these are my. These are my spiritual beliefs you know whatever they might be. This is what I believe is the right way to live in this is. Our, and this is how I incorporate those values into my day to day. World how I? Where is the meeting point between those two things? Judgment is about that I can imagine that. Having that sort of reckoning with you know, okay I have to go back to nine of swords..

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"dore" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"In the other ones. What would you looked at nine swords or the tower did anything really just curious to know like what is your initial in your instinct or your reaction? Like does it? You know? I mean the. Nine of swords definitely feels like anxiety like And I was feeling super anxious right before this because I'm trying to get ready for camping trip like. Way Behind trying to get out of here and time. Students deep breathing right before. Yeah in general like I I think for a lot of my life I didn't realize that I was anxious about things because I don't. I'm live in my head a lot and have trouble connecting to my body. So it's been something I've gotten better but. That feels like. Like I look at that now and I can identify no. Yeah I have that like that. That lives in there and I ignore it. A lot and try to. Push their yeah. Yeah, the tower is one of those cards that people often have sort of like A. reaction to in fear around or feel like. You know whatever the thing is that these is. Whatever the worst. Okay. This is the fear is the tower is sort of. The. Becoming true of whatever the fear is. but it's also a really beautiful car because it's sort of a clearing. Cathartic. Energy to an I think where it's like something has been built up over time and it doesn't work anymore and There's a great line Joseph Campbell says about. God in various. Roles in different mythologies and he says, sometimes, you know God is sometimes in the role of Creator and sometimes in the role of destroyer and that lighting both in coming out of the sky and crashing into the tower and tearing it up this sort of this like there's this, you know this. Divine breaking up of of the structure that. Doesn't work anymore anything about like with something like anxiety. It's You're saying like he served push down or a or it, or and talked about like doing the breathing it's like. Pushing it down could be seen as the structure that you built as a way to sort of manage it, and then you get to this point that doesn't work anymore you have to clear that out. To is this the order that they came out you're interested in? This is the order that they can. Do you try to incorporate that into how you. Only make sense for you. I like to encourage also that we can like get beyond the like. Temporal spatial really that we're accustomed to it doesn't need to be macron lodging where everybody can t effect As you talking about the tower that feels like A helpful like Thickening thing like we talked about earlier like four. To think for me like a huge. Defining kind of turning point in. My life was deconstructing a lot of the faith that I grew up with and certain understandings..

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"dore" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Mythologised storyteller a Lotta waiting talks about with stories is really. Relieved a lot to tear when he talks about house like when he listened to his story, you should sort of like, let it do what let it land like does territory let letting it land. And not trying to psychology intellectualize like were to aren't trying to like make it mean something. And he says, you know stories sort of do an open heart surgery on you and I I think about that with the car seat that you know we kind of out of the lake, the rational intellectual. We can just look at the pictures I'll have to hold them up through. He if you just tell me, I can probably pull up those currents. Okay. So it's Kind of. The ninth sorts. Okay what's the next? Tower. And the next one. and. There's one other one the hopefully will be the increase. Maybe, which is the six miles. All right I've got him. So. All right. So I pulled four cards you I pulled. The nine of swords, which is like a person sitting up in bed and they have their head in their hands. There's nine swords. Sort of hanging over them. There's the tower. And the tower is this image of a lightning bolt striking tower and two people are jumping out of the tower towers fire and there's a crown that's blowing off the top of the tower. And it sort of looks like the foundation is crumbling a bit. And judgment, which is There's a bunch of people and they're all painted gray and they're coming out of these like two. And they have their arms out and there's an angel blowing. A Horn in the sky. Surfer lifting them up maybe or we're not really sure. And then there's the sixty four ounce, which is a person on horseback. And there's some people behind them but the focus really is on the person on horseback and they have a a a laurel wreath that they're wearing and also laurel wreath that is on the one that they're carrying. So. You looked at the images and I noticed that you were. You had a bit of a reaction to some of them I I'm curious if there's anything initial that. I don't. I can't tell if it's because he said so before but the. Ones definitely. Feels? Hopeful almost in contrast to. The intensity of the other ones I don't know..

"dore" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Twenty two of them in the deck there seventy eight carts total and do that series of twenty. Two major secrets are major mysteries. There's this whole. Series of duality. Symbolic Duality. So there's like. Melancholy Mail, the emperor, and the empress. There's above and below you see a spiritual teacher with two adherence linking above below there's there is the conscious in the analysis magician high priestess. Ego Shadow there's What else is there are male she now? Internal and external. There's this whole series There's this journey that the main character is going through where they eventually get back to this place where they have reconciled wholeness of. Ours variance and I think one of those duality is, is this you know? Knowing and not knowing it Science and mystery or scientists out the like the most accurate way to express that Denali but. and. Yes. Yeah. Exactly and I think that. From my perspective. This psycho spiritual task that we all are turn to with in this life is learning how to hold to these two things at once you know the village in the forest. which is. Sort of a big archetypal metaphor for you know civilization science often like. Rationality what we can know what we can measure what is the data tell us and you know the the wild, the the tacit information, the intuitive, the instinctual the. Things that will never be able to be measured by any scientific instrument or research study and and I think it's I. Think it's undeniable that there are I think no matter who you are you have to I don't know anybody who who thinks that everything can be measured. Through the scientific method even people who I know who are Super Zion scientists. Live and die by science need everything want everything to be measured. I don't think any of US would deny that there are aspects of of our experience that we were just never going to know, and so any in our in our personal lives in our daily lives..

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"dore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This in the hive was the first travel ban where I think what happened. They fight the intention off what the law is and what the people want to do with the law. They realised that the overwhelming weight of losses we found it in the pram abandoned were thing in here. Sometimes you can actually get to an issue where when you get the way you know you're not going to be able to win And the problem is, as we said Best case scenario for the administration was going to be a rebirth back with a guided and literally lead through the removal of all the foreign suited Because no full of opening up completely and entirely. And so I just think, In the end the administrations of didn't want to go there because they knew that the financial impact of doing that was actually more harmful to the United States, then keeping people here in the United States You are taking money from their parents abroad and buying things and renting apartments, you know. Buying clothes and food at veterans, and all of that is actually helpful. Dore Economy of the fine as opposed to removing both people from the comedy From what You know the school's didn't give in at all. They didn't make any concessions. Absolutely not. But that looked like any confession have been given the on ly equ. Iceland was still left up in the air, but I don't think I've been revolved by today that the administration agreed to bind itself would regard the new individual coming into the United States. My sufficient is, I don't think at the end of this when this all plays out that you will be able to get a visa to enter the United States fully offend online. That's Leon fresco of Holland and Knight coming up next Look at the Supreme Court's unusual term, Andre also, and this is Bluebird. NASA managers.

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"dore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Com everybody you'll see it right there on the front page Hey Bob before you go we're up against a break here but before you go tell us maybe the one thing that continues to give you hope to this day because again as we look back to the middle of March and all through the unrest that happened in the last few weeks on paper there is a whole there's all I have reasons to be unhelpful and just pessimistic about the future but but why is you look down the line do you think we're gonna get through this and come out stronger than before right the forces that unite us is greater than the forces that divide us and it's really about a community at a community has caused the global market and all other businesses to be alive today and it has that same spirit that's going to keep us going in books and just going from you know from success to success so what gives me hope again it's related community that will continue to support all the initiative not just of the global market but the work an entire league street council and the CD and all quite ready about people I you know I really believe in people we appreciate it all the partnership that we have you know what you are doing thank you so much we cannot thank you enough and that it people like Dore naked we realize that they are taking their money that they could use some other place to donate for uniform purposes like it's already appreciate it so that's what's going to keep us in the community continue to support you know the business he is I know what that is being done well we wish you all the best with rebuilding and bouncing back in resuming operations fully and thank you for all that you've been doing for the community and for the nurses and the and the lunches and all of it we really appreciate it Hey we've got about thirty seconds how do you how do you get the nickname Baba yeah you know it if I had time I would have made it work it worked very well for me because you're right you know it really early and that kind of model for you so Bob I mean in this product on the bottom of the market and that yeah appreciate appreciate all what you're doing and again I just want to leave on that note thank you everybody thank you thank.

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"dore" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"Or be I am actually. I'm talking about that. He didn't pry tell you this and it seems to me that he's not trying to do the unit be cool. Nb Profound Derby like he listed movement speak for itself with things very interesting. This is dramatic tragedy Spanish Espindola. But I think that to have the emphasis once again in the movement in instead of just putting drama to movement at things is very appealing to that you've now performed a lot around what we take or we've done it different than everywhere. I'm an yet every time I see it. It still looks completely fresh right it looks. It's in bustling. I would've dancing It is impossible to do that. nights smiling in the hiring. The most and it's one of those things is just a few swigs dislike energy. Your happiness in it is performed. I find phone in fun experience. But it is the most the most Joyce full ballot of Oregon's a big and paper valley more stressful. It's so smarmy Bingo to right once let me tell you what's not what love that but yeah. I mean it you feel that from the audience right like you feel that. Come off stage right. It's like you can't help but feel it. It's really an amazing amazing Bali to watch even onscreen but in person particularly. I think you really feel that between the audience and the dancers so I have one more question and then I do actually have a couple questions from the audience so I you know the season ended on it. Unfortunate and unexpected note this year. But I'm curious about what some of the things that we didn't get to see you were really excited about in Edessa one absolute berry said about I really wanted to bash another again. Benjamin split versus Who I love in any just at it with thing I love that is is very Challenging physically and I think states going at I get it. You're not united. Sweating is such a phoenix so I do honestly event our day. Every wasn't you forward to that. Don't actually dairy slapped feels is really status to split like a little bit of you on the part of you have taken away is lamenting experience asserted part of you answer aspect of your personality. Otherwise it's very hard to get to and I think as I would those especially like this little bits of meat and I was like performance experiencing for myself of very excited to help those experiences. You safe with now. Is Not hopes they will come back. And we will see Fingers crops that we will see them in the future so I do have an audience question. I love it when audience questions Correspond with things I wanted to ask anyway up but the question is from Roseanne. And she asks Doris. How long have you been painting? And what inspires you to paint? And I would broaden that out I know you have so many artistic endeavors outside of just dancing so you tell us the them us look fluid. It's really sack my whole is i. I wanted to architects as a kid paintings in south Dancing came later for me than painting. And it's interesting I gave a Zones and then. I just go back to like four or five years. I love it His non what to do. If I didn't do it makes sense. Is One of those dancing to part of what I do. Yeah if I can talk to me. One nine parties by a Like a by just to that apartment at owning up these children place and I spend time doing things. I don assertions Most of really bad. But it's not for any it's not they're not really for me. It's unlike practicing on. I dislike getting good at It's attended a masive that you can think of something in this. Make It happen painting Beautiful do you have that same impulse to create around dance like? Do you think about atrophy very much or do you feel like your talents are elsewhere. I ask you I think I could for some reason. I haven't have to sit. I tried to do so for me. So a few weeks it up. It's very hard I can do it for the again help other people but once his during the at once is your child it is very infielder to make it because then every step by newest Copy of these. That will be that hand. It's I guess is how I guess is how you have to start as it preserves Original really but it's hard it's hard I would like to think I think eventually elected this is interesting so being having to they got two more questions from the audience. And then we'll wrap up Michelle says you mentioned a Posse Nada. And she says you brought me to tears. Last time I saw it with the depth and Rawness of your movement. How did you build that role? How did you kind of get to that place? Don't even honestly gets credit for it. Really not I think Ben Agendy who can states is a built-in. I think.

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"dore" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"Welcome to San Francisco Ballet's artist podcast in this episode. You'll hear me Jenny. Show Lick in conversation with principal. Dancer Doris Andre. This episode was recorded on. Friday may Fifteenth Twenty Twenty Immediately following the stream of Justin packs. Hurry up we're dreaming. Hope you enjoy welcome everyone to San Francisco. Ballet's shelter in place. Meet the artist conversation. I'm Jenny Golic the associate director of Audience Development here at San Francisco Ballet and I am joined today by Principal Dancer Andre. Hi Doris for those of you. Here in San Francisco. You know that we normally do these meet the artists conversations immediately before performances and with everything in the whole world moving online in this very strange moment we have moved all of these conversations online as well and are placing them kind of rate after the premiere of our weekly stream of a ballet from our archive which this week was dressed in pets. Hurry up we're treating so hopefully you either just watched it or going to watch it right after we finished talking. I this.

"dore" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

13:48 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on WBAI

"Back to the second half of today's Jimmy Dore show we got a lot coming up in the second half more more more like every other country in the world I think it's just more it's like it's like you think they're the others no such thing as Santa Claus you know there's all these ideas are alive and so this idea that somehow trump is worse than everybody else that's a this is this is revealing that that's right yes yes but in all of his work today but trump is a bigger liar trump is more self serving he's more of a psychopath US empathetic etcetera etcetera etcetera but it would come with the rubber meets the road economically everybody from Bernie Sanders the rand Paul to Barack Obama you are hello pick up their bodies on the same page which is give the money to the large banks and financial institutions and let them consolidate ownership of all the weaker assets so that that J. A. a smaller and smaller group of people hold more more of all the assets in the country and then call it help and so when this teddy Roosevelt come along I you know I believe that there there's grab out there's a lot of people that have been been trying I I I I have no more but after that did you do hopefully sooner than later only because the alternative is going to be far worse than teddy Roosevelt imagine if Donald that about breaking up but it's not about breaking up the monopoly that this point even just a corporate monopolies it is literally about breaking the corruption hammerlock of the two party political system that is choking America to death and I'm told every time I try to break them I I give suggestions to break that people tell me that I'm damn dumb and I don't understand how politics works and it can't be done in this is it we just have two parties and that's the way it's going to be for ever somehow this whole country was based on a pilot revolution where we killed a bunch of people so we could have sovereignty but we still can't we somehow we can't even do a peaceful revolution to get sovereignty of our government again it's amazing in every country in the world whatever their political system as is a collaboration between wealth and power and policy makers to preserve and accumulate wealth and power for those who have wealth and power to the benefit of the policy makers this is true in China this is true in Brazil this is true in zero this is true in Russia this is how it is the the delusion that America has said that that America is different than that not only in America but the world to see the America as different than that and I think that the first really big will be there many many a wake up call on the way but the financial crisis was of the most brave that use of financial assets in America Q. you better believe the American mythology of of capitalism or entrepreneurial ism or sovereignty the whole thing is a fraud and the ad band after even after all that have been argued yelling and screaming and books getting written and deleted Warren ran percent it became a political celebrity fighting bailouts and all the ha big it'll carry on I will we get to the fact that a bail out to dispel out bigger than that in many ways the previous bail out absolutely everybody is on board with the bail out including the queen of fighting bailouts Elizabeth Warren I don't even know what's why I spent a lot of time off shore yeah yes country what is what you say it could country yes this is a sick country right it also blow beautiful country full of beautiful human beings and I had been credible potential striking that that part of politics in this country our ThinkPad X. being human beings in this country are oppressed and abused women really not any much at like many people in many countries and I'm like those people there still is the fact the more liberty and freedom to interact and have conversations like the one that we're having an organized all these things now that may not be that status by again this may be discouraging but still relative to a lot of places America's it's not not a bad place to be as a human it's just you need to adjust to the fact that it's run by by the wealthy the wealthy run the government at the expense of the people but the wealthy run the government at the expense of the people everywhere so it's just America's birthday we are raised to believe that it was different in the mythology well we had FDR you know we had we had teddy Roosevelt we had that we have the history of us breaking away from king and all the aspirational rhetoric that's right so we have all that but now people are really realizing that our country is run by rotten criminals who would rich themselves at the expense of everybody else and they still tell you can't you can't have health care are you gonna pay for it this study right handed and bat and and and and and for them and their ten trillion up anyway we have what it did the job the joke explains itself yeah how you gonna support a healthcare system that's less expensive that's really what they're saying and and Bernie Sanders let express immigrate to more creative more dynamic economy and liberates more people at the tablet a disaster and when you watch Bernie Sanders debating a Joe Biden and he can't land a knockout punch there will even throw it over Medicare for all this your head explode when you see Joe Biden get off the hook and television say how you gonna pay for it for health care plan that's less expensive and he gets away with it and Bernie Sanders can't lay a glove on him there's a blow your mind I mean I I I I Bernie Williams was a gap dies you know on my show do you know a decade ago on a regular basis and I have a strong relationship with him historically at all at all and I have some very strong level of familiarity I have always been done that not only that no one goes in and and make the very clear argument that the net cost of a Medicare for all is vastly cheaper than the current system because nothing is more expensive than the current system it's not just Medicare for all but Medicare for all with the restructuring on pricing right in apartment blocks but also it's not just Medicare programs pay them whatever they want but the fact that no one has been able to come out and let alone Bernie Sanders and simply argued make it clear that this is cheaper one and two by doing this you did your over eliminate the tendons on jobs or health care which allows for creative and dynamic work force to have vastly more ability to take risk and reform and move around in a way that allows them to adapt to a very fast changing world so there's a very very very strong economic argument I'm not to pick your improper people hostage in jobs that they can't leave because if they do leave they lose their healthcare that's very bad for your economy not to mention you're paying for a more expensive system that's keeping your workers hostage that simply out of sync with the global standard for health care at the most advanced countries in the world of which America obviously is trying to catch up okay Dylan's serve yeah I'm glad you have some emotional distance from at this time me too thank god it was pretty intense last time I was in choir was quite I was sober track that was quite stunned last time I I I now right more clearly and so it doesn't matter if it's going to it's one thing up there if a dog that you think is nice bites you it's more of an act of an offensive thing but when the nasty dog with rabies behave like a **** dog with rabies you can't take it personally so you were still under the thinking back in twenty oh nine or twenty ten eight nine yeah that that that the people on Wall Street were rational actors no I was under the yeah I was there to be a impression that there was enough policy way in America to recognize the mistakes that have been made in a job them and what I do Brad really didn't realize was that the reason nothing was happening was not because of the resistance from the Republicans which was obvious and apparent it was because of the internal resistance of offender laughter to do anything which is exactly what you're seeing here so like the Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer is they're not really LOC Schumer faction is the most dangerous political community in America I agree and does it drive you drives me nuts when I see the blue checks on Twitter at at MSNBC calling her a master legislator when she's the check we have on trump she just passed his entire legislative agenda you jumps on the same page yes and that's what I want wants to restructure they are actively restructuring the American economy in a way that simply consolidate ownership of assets to a smaller and smaller group in the private sector using each catastrophe of an opportunity to use taxpayer money to accomplish that and then they call it a bailout for the people yeah yeah so this is the big con because the people who own the government are now connects they're just extracting wealth that's right well you have been there to getting free money from the taxpayers to buy distressed assets from Americans at a time when the assets are distressed because with the biological locket caster feasibility so basically because you have a lot of people that are in distress from the catastrophe it's a great opportunity to repeatedly stripped them of all their assets that make them your cat and then take away all their ownership but the only we can do that if you have money and so the only place you can really get money from the government so you get these big companies that get the money from the government that so that the big financial institutions get them by the government so that they can then just rate all the assets and and take complete ownership of everything so you don't think the American and then Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer called a bailout and Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren say looks good to me but the fact is that somebody should stop this bill Hey why did back to that and and we had to be starting to me the political values somebody standing up and saying this bill is garbage sure you have to support the bank you can have a financial crisis but at the same time you must have a strict adherence strings attached to any money that comes out one and two you have to provide universal income in universal healthcare at least for the duration of the crisis that is obvious to any human being regardless of your political persuasion the willingness to consciously not see the obvious is impressive to me actually I it's I I I've been learning about the degree of human mental illness in its ability to only see what it wants to see and this is staggering example I don't even know I really I don't even how do you want to do the rest of the show you're going to be great job yet because I try to I don't mean to be I I I don't want to take you to a dark place just because the American government is corrupt does that mean that Americans of the world is doomed every government in the world is corrupt it's just that the American government is similarly corrupt or uniquely corrupted its own way but it is that if there is no more merit if the American government than really any other government in the world and that's a little bit of heartbreaking for people who want to believe that it's a different place than that but it's it's not so but it doesn't necessarily mean that it that it worst place in the world to live in America we put it that way a lot worse yeah they're they're still eight eight standard and quality of function in life here that is deteriorating asset being consolidated by the corrupt government yes but it's still vastly superior to most of the many many parts of the world but that was okay Dylan Ratigan died like you're never going to have me back he he he he didn't like you know the problem is that because this is they're taking advantage of this biological crisis and we also can't protest because of this biological crisis nor will we probably be able to protest for another year until there's a vaccine pretty brilliant on their part would you say all my land sakes alive this is a crisis Jimmy and we must act almost immediately if not very soon or the very near future at least allowing for the democratic process to take its course we're all leading senator we need swift bold action a pandemic doesn't care about process okay strong young man what what what exactly is going on first and foremost you can rest assured that under my masterful leadership Congress is moving forward in a bipartisan fashion to address the important issue that maybe everybody shouldn't Dodge but no good reason okay well that kinda sounds promising big by everybody I need all those poor souls fleeing Manhattan right now for that grueling drive up that ninety five go this summer beach houses in made that strip of road is so boring it's literally murder what exactly is your party's plan you can find out everything you need at your dot Senate dot just they noted that dot gov have you.

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"dore" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"dore" Discussed on WBAI

"Get ready for an outstanding entertainment program the Jimmy Dore show Mitt Romney is corps de themselves do the coronavirus let's give him a call and see how how that's going Ronnie speaking but I'm not sure if the covert nineteen virus can be transferred to the phone line that is so you speak to me at your own risk hi senator Romney Jimmy Dore and I'm pretty sure I can get the virus through a cell phone let me ask you a question shoot can you tell me with any real specificity exactly how your cell phone works I know I cannot okay well well then maybe don't be all doctor science to me about how the virus is transferred okay anyway good to hear from you how's tricks I'm well how are you and how's your big quarantine going taking it extremely seriously Jimmy this is simply a precautionary measure because I was in contact with senator rand Paul who has tested positive for the virus I should point out that I have not yes and senator Paul was seen using the congressional gym like a day later Adley you are correct and it's next it's like that that get people sick Jimmy by contrast hi I am an employee isolation you are you locked up in a room somewhere you know I'm on a desert island what like in the shouldn't not exactly I'm on one of my properties in Utah yeah yeah I don't understand I had an entire desert island billed me for this very purpose it's about eighteen acres and stock with the poor and phone are you would find on a tropical island and we've used rich people weather control technology to give it a tropical climate yes you can leave at any time actually no we also constructed a massive deep saltwater lagoon around it which is stocked with fish shellfish and sharks when the fourteen day quarantine period is over tackle come fetch me an SKS Zaid you don't have to do this you just have to be quarantine not not ship correct well I guess I'm a bit of an over achiever but that's how I got it in business March twenty eight I'll be there at six the same spirit here Jimmy I suppose the quarantine myself well guess what I'm gonna do I'm gonna Maruti myself soon so you have nothing on this island no amenities of civilization nothing all absolutely not it's the real deal my clothes are completely in tatters these Brooks brothers slacks I've been wearing a been reduced to barely more than a loin cloth I don't know what happened it's only been two days sometimes I black out what are you eating we'll talk about supplier grow in abundance on this island in addition I've painstakingly sharpen the large stick into a spear using the edge of my money class so in my reflexes are cute I get rewarded with the tree of fire roasted beets stinks what about sanitation have you construct yourself all the dream so I just figured I'd hold it for fourteen days this that's impossible met my record is thirty two no wow thank you but most astoundingly this very worn when I was doing my daily patrol of the perimeter of the island I saw something that knocked the breath right out of me a single man's foot print queue me I'm not alone on the island it's probably just your footprint met this was a bare foot print up barefoot footprint I'm still wearing my top siders all the time you're wearing top senators had desert island first I want to keep some measure of comfort when I was out here I'm not gonna wear my coal Hans day in and day out ouch blister city anyway this afternoon I encountered a man by his visit Friday system is a native of the east Indies he spoke not one word of the king's English and of course I know that is but due to our common law we have become as close as two men could be he has taught me to fish in his native manner and I have taught him how to short sell stocks but the whole time keeping a six foot distance how did this man end up on your fake island I have no idea but I've named him Friday after the nineteen ninety five comedy starring Chris Tucker and Ice Cube okay a bit well keep us posted William I will do it every Friday and I are collected tutor for tonight's meal of roasted college the status please visit about stuff he said any day all I better let you go Jimmy there's an artificial tropical storm headed this way Friday off to our respective poem lead to shelters the show hi everybody welcome to this week's Jimmy Dore show how you enjoy the Armageddon Hey let's get to the jokes before we get to the jokes shall we look I don't know if you go why does Facebook have seven hundred and twenty thousand mass did you know that they donated seven hundred twenty thousand masks Facebook did why do they have seven hundred twenty thousand.

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Pastor arrested after holding packed church service in Florida

WBZ Midday News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Pastor arrested after holding packed church service in Florida

"A church pastor in Florida is under arrest after ignoring social distancing guidelines and held a big church service a live streaming video show parishioners standing shoulder to shoulder on Sunday well the county sheriff Chad Chronister says this is the well he says a pastor Rodney Howard Browne did this that's what he said Mr told ABC news that Howard brown had ignored several warnings from law enforcement he refused repeated repeated requests to please don't put four five hundred people in danger Dore they then go home and put thousands more in danger with the possible spread of this Kobe nineteen buyers but Howard brown is not the only one just regarding the dangers of large gatherings campuses are empty as colleges have shifted to online instruction but liberty university in Lynchburg Virginia re opened last week T. J. Holmes with

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