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"dr steele" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Welcome to another edition of m p sunday at joined the poor people's campaign in west virginia in front of the state capital to march on mansion with the co chairs of the poor people's campaign dr lucille harris. Dr william j barbour the second and a couple of the co chairs of the west virginia poor people's campaign we'll be hearing from them in today's broadcast. Bishops barber pointed out that mansion is you have undoubtedly heard him refer to the bill back better plan that he's blocking as entitlement but west virginians would greatly benefit from this plan in disproportionately white west. Virginia's his bishop barbara said on sunday. The word entitlement is cold for giving stuff to black folk. But here's what. Joe mansion is costing his own citizens in west virginia by not supporting bill. Beg better. He's causing them. Seventeen thousand two hundred nine in new jobs. He's costing three hundred forty six thousand west. Virginia children expanded child tax credits expanded earn income tax credits for one hundred ten thousand workers without children. He's causing them. Universal pre-k and childcare paid family medical. Leave for eight thousand fifty west virginians. He's causing them dental vision and hearing services for four hundred forty one thousand eight hundred fifty two medicare beneficiaries. You can watch the rally from sunday across all of our social media. make it plain and the poor people's campaign and doctor barber's social media. All of that is available for you to see but something has to be non in fact tomorrow wednesday. we're going to go back to dc and in dc. We'll have a rally again. Joe mansion is not serving his own constituency in worse virginia. So we're gonna hear from some folk in west. Virginia right now and make it plain take a listen dr steele harris co chair of the poor people's campaign doctor. Liz how you feel about camping in west virginia and its impact on demand. We know it's having an impact we've been hearing every time we do an action like this every time there's a gathering or revival march you know it it. It comes out sped that he feels he has to make and so we. We haven't moved him to where we need to yet. But but it's it's clear that the people coming together saying you're not doing this on our behalf. This is not what the people west virginia. It's a powerful message and and to have folks today gathered in front of the state capital from all across the state. Having this message of of the the impact that it's going to have that it's already having West virginia who have been forgotten the poor the seven hundred thousand four and low income people of west virginia who have been forgotten you know through his forty years of political office in the state And who are are going to suffer greatly If they continue to cut this bill back better plan and deny voting rights and denied the wages And so i feel really excited and really empowered and really committed to keeping up the fight. Because it's clear that that this is a fight that needs to be going on. Now he is. He's one senator. making decisions. represented a small percentage of the entire population added states. But as we learned from how west virginians will be disproportionately affected without. Build back better. He's also representing only a fraction of west virginia. Well and the fact that around voting rights for instance that that seventy nine percent of all the people in west virginia including republicans including independence including democrats all support expanding voting rights. The fact that when you pull out these different programs with as the child tax credit or whether it's you know early childhood occasion that the vast majority of people here in west virginia want and are asking are demanding approach and then he has the nerve to to go back and say that he's doing this because it's what's best for the people of west virginia well when he when he met with the poor people's campaign in february and was talking to these low wage workers essential workers and telling folks that that they did not deserve fifteen dollars hour. That was more responsible and reasonable. Those are the words he used more responsible and reasonable with eleven dollars an hour when it would take twenty three dollars and fifty cents an hour in west virginia to make a living wage. You know the question is who are you. Being responsible to is surely not the low wage workers of your say. It's surely not the moms grandma's statement it's it's clearly. The corporations that that are are aligning your pockets And lining families pockets with In order to wealth when people are suffering in the state the second poorest state in the country and yet you can have senator blocking investing in the people and his reimburse. Those people in west virginia are predominantly white. So when he says we don't want entitlement said that's code oftentimes folks get people titles but he's really talking about denying what a majority of white citizens in west virginia actually need. That's right and when he when he suggests means testing when he suggests work requirements for these kinds of programs what that means is punishing poor. People that that's what it means and and punishing poor white people punishing black people for latino people but again yes. In the state of west virginia vast majority poor and low income white people who who who need their government and their elected leadership to actually invest in them and and and to to say that we live in the richest country in human history and to be in a state like west virginia where companies and corporations have been stealing from for generation to say that we don't the resources to to actually invest in the people to actually lift a load of poverty it. It's it's it's not just a lie. It's a deeply immoral. I and and what does it say you know as a faith leader. What is what. Are you putting on god when you say we can't do this because we don't have the resources to do it. And in fact the people who need it the most are lazy and crazy and stupid and to be blamed not just for their poverty for all of society's problems when it's instead those with wealth and power who lie abed bed late in their night Thinking about ways to hurt people documents. Theo harris coach poor people's campaign. Thanks always thank you so much. Mark more 'em ip after this message from china more vegetarian more fish unless less meat. Unfortunately where i live. It's really hard to find fish. I can't just go to the supermarket and get salmon or any halibut that i want. Luckily wild alaskan company delivers high quality. Sustainably sourced wild caught seafood. Right to your door. i can choose from. Salmon cod halibut more or combination of any of them and every month are different special to explore. You can adjust pause or cancel your membership anytime and they offer one hundred percent satisfaction. 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"dr steele" Discussed on RevTalks

RevTalks

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on RevTalks

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"dr steele" Discussed on RevTalks

RevTalks

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on RevTalks

"Yeah we each incident. It gators you know so out of watch for things. Hotels incidents of violence made may also you know going back to about what in life is. Now what you say in those two. We teach a method of controlling negotiate. So when a patient environment. You're netflix. actually on containing a patient or score by were so you words in trying to call things. Now so we teach those methods as well but the pre incident indicators and then also being aware of your spot tunde For both you and whoever it'd be by all those things are super important. I want to try to but something. That is the We're talking one of their workers greece. One of our students is a on nurse. When i understand yours with not mentioned and you know i never get tired of hearing her stories when she first started with us. Actually a us self-defence workshop for the team as one of the students workshop that stayed for a longer term. Well you know sometimes the job dementia fish does something Situations where the patient is set and in these combat trained patients saw non. Sometimes they're not we're mentally. They're so she's being under attack before and she said before Panic should freeze. And that's a concept that we Always discuss in every teaching equity never cost would use that people about. I'd apply but forget to freeze. Which is the danger danger point because if you run away or if you fight for your life then that's a good thing but if you freeze up that's where things. So that's you know. That was her situation Panic now not only she is able to the dicky's Here on she also has a plan so while she is trying to contain the patient as aid plan b. plan c. n. She can be mindful enough to know. It can't hurt the patient. So it's she said her heart grade doesn't go off her anxieties. Now it's like Feels more in control of the situation. Yes she's not locked up by fears such as like a no on the off threat assessment and figure out what the level of threat this is in house contained with minimal minimal damage to ourselves or patient very good very good. Last question really have is going to be. I think okay for dr steele and eli doctrine if you want to answer the question i if you don't mind but you know we we go into the businesses currently right now only few different companies and we do everything from active shooter to hoping one day deuce with workplace violence with olga olga. And larry keith. But you know what we're seeing is kind of what ogle was just speaking about right now as we see so many people that their stress levels are very high..

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"dr steele" Discussed on RevTalks

RevTalks

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on RevTalks

"The more you practice something. The more you get are confident you get so if like olga was just saying if you've practiced the strategies that you're taught your after here and you do refreshes you competent Confidence continues to grow. Yes not something. Most people just doing a timer to you know might have the highest competence level. But you give it up. Give it time. Give it some practice. You maintain your diligence and kind of keeping your skills. You know anything like that. You know i practice throwing the football with my boys and guess what you know. We do it every day for three or four days week. Their confidence grows. They wanna do more. They want to show off a little bit. You know You know that's what we're like human beings you know. We like to feel a sense of accomplishment when we've mastered something so Yeah so you know progressing from being anonymous to master. Hey your confidence grows myths. That's the way things work. I got my start working with difficult people working in a prison system and my confidence all when i started working there. Holy cow was scared. Know the time i learned how to carry myself and interact with the and not to be unrealistic in. My assumptions is one way or the up. My confidence this bike. Nobody feel fairly confident. When i enter into a situation where somebody may be nary upset. It's not something that most people are going to want to jump into like graduate. Course got avenue bring me. You'll have these morals level of confidence to fall back on very good. We appreciate that dr steele touch on that topic too because what we see a lot of times out in the communities and is you know you hear people talk about you know. They feel so uncomfortable that because they're insecure or they don't know what to do they don't route you hear more and more these businesses now having to come up with route planning for you know the human resources coming up to people trained you know..

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"dr steele" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"Management off over. I know i don't wanna raft and other defensemen like why waste my time controversial. But now i don't understand. I thought that with what you're saying. No offense resigned bro. What is going. I don't understand this chat right. I really don't wanna is like lost completely about what they're saying. I'm lost now. Because i just don't understand but i could just be stupid. I think i'm just stupid. Whatever i'm going to do a homer peck fuck your head. I can't steal it then. I wanna we l. I wanna stay though. None of them. If you want. that's fine. I just feel like he's the best defenseman in there. I love polack. But so well. I pull off last year. So i'm going. I love you paulie but all right so now our last pick last round. Oh yes through this last route. Sixteen last pick. What i wanna run. Ooh house had at home last year. I know who i'm going. Where and i know. You're not talk. Damn bro raising machine in my head really. Yeah i got bullet in the head. One bullet in the head tattoo ran on saturday. No no i want. Somebody like getting shot from behind with like it's political. Let me stop on podcast. Even though are opening song when their songs era okay. I know. I know going with dr steele well. I don't know who you're thinking about not going to snitch myself here. There's a lot of. Oh what fuck. I'm gonna wait till you draft o- o- really know chef tony the angela. I know you're gonna shut up. Don't say any who just kidding got two forwards on the mind shoulder. I got to focus on. I don't you have don't you only have events. I filled up defense. But i don't wanna i don't wanna rather my bench be all forwards. Gmi bunches for than one goalie. Give a goalie on your bench So you have three I know i know. I kind of realized i last season. I kind kinda got fucked. You know i'm gonna go matthias known a- but either one of these guys can be easy trade bait jacob through all know albertino. That's fine. that's fine. Yeah all right. So tell her to. Fully or mike hoffman same team. Mike hoffman. i think is going to have more of a role there. Yeah we're going to mike hoffman. I know i probably would've goaltender. But i like that idea going. I think i think that's it. That's it So i yeah. That's it we're waiting for the last auto draft pick. I wonder what's gonna be going to be. This is our mock draft by the way guys. We drafting a last. That's actually solid. Yes definitely solid tyler. Left's peace tyler Like like he's listening but so yeah that's it. There's there's some other players that well so there's some players left to build. I wish go over really quick Abandoned cain for obvious reasons. Then then there's Towered fully though. Shana vish house caloric bathrooms and claw drew and jordan stalled. Every left also jonathan tapes. I feel like well however hagi two. That's nuts teaser. I was thinking about on. Only because i feel like he's probably criminally underrated right now especially because he miss the the because he missed a year so i think that his is actually technically going to be a lot higher than where he is right now. The only thing is i feel like my coffin is going to have a really good role with montreal so i didn't go with him. Those are two. Oh enter fully talking about two. Yeah true so why. Don't you read off your team. My team real fast special ho embark of our my to starting centers. Technically chuck faulk coach. Coach cutch okay. Kuchar matthew my first left-winger have sam bennett nikita kucherov. He was My first overall. Pick on nick ziggy as well. In the right wing. Feel like those are two solid. He could play centers. Well my defensemen. I have eric blad morgan riley. Jake muhsin to fucking toronto defensemen. That's not smart Oliver adam larsson Vancouver hopefully he produces points. My bench is blake wheeler anders. Lee patrick line. A mike hoffman michael. Uc sorrows and thatcher. Snatcher co what about branch bench around okay. Sorry i'm no. It's okay all right through it. So i like it. Yeah i definitely like my team Brayden point at least pederson asthma centers. I've andre especially common nikolai ears as my left-wingers mar nanas and co caufield. As right wingers the my defenseman. I've out potential. O'shea theodore vegas defenseman. Oh actually three baseman. So i feel okay. I lo- theodore martinez. Oto drafts under d only Martinez okay martinez was my auto draft on defense. I had a forward auto lock in william knee lender. You know what jake muslim might have. Been my fucking auto I don't remember picking.

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"dr steele" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Kelly show, and I'm going to get to headlines. I didn't get to in just a moment, but first and foremost couple things. Had a border patrol body in mind say we have not had this many potential terror suspects detained at the southern border. In decades. Remember, we have a Southern border wide open right now. Set the Taliban stuff aside. I think you and I because the news moves so fast, and there's always something new. New. Bad news to think about, right? You and I forget How horrible All that Isis and Al Qaeda stuff was Setting off nail bombs at Children's concerts. And we forget about those images, don't we? We forget about nice. We forget about that theater in Paris. We forget how terrible that was. We're going to remember if something terrible happens here. We will now. There's an Army veteran. I believe he's an army veteran. I know he's a veteran called Mac Zeller. He just went on MSNBC. They were in the middle of praising Joe Biden for that jerk water speech. I'm going to play you. Look, I'll play you a minute of this, which is longer than I normally go, but it's three minutes long, and it's worth you listening to every word of it. Chris is going to put it up on the show's Twitter account. If he doesn't screw that up like he screws up everything else at Jesse Kelly Show. Is that it Chris at Jesse Kelly Show, go to the show's Twitter account. Listen to this takedown. Ouch! I'm curious to hear your reaction of this consequential speech by the American president didn't run from it. He owned it. He owned his decision. He owned the fact that as he put it, the buck stops with him. I hope he gets to hone their deaths to I don't I feel like I watched a different speech than the rest of you guys. I was appalled. There is such a profound boldface lie in that speech. The idea that we planned for every contingency I have been personally trying to tell this administration since it took office. I've been trying to tell our government for years that this was coming. We sent them plan after plan on how to evacuate these people. Nobody listened to us. They didn't plan for the evacuation of our Afghan more time. Allies. They're trying to conduct it now at the 11th hour. The thing they were most concerned about was the optics of a chaotic evacuation. Well, they got exactly what they were most concerned of by failing to do what was right when we could have done it. We had all the people and equipment in place to be able to save these people months ago, and we did nothing. I have appalled that he thinks we only need to take 2000 people. There's 86,000 people who are currently left behind in Afghanistan alone. We've identified all of them for the government. I have no, I Idea why they he claims that people don't want to leave Afghanistan. I have a list of 14,000 names right now, but people who want to get out of Afghanistan and the idea that the after he doesn't stop he's going to keep going. It's just a little long for me to play here. It's believe me, you're going to see it. It's being played everywhere. It's a pretty brutal takedown. I should note and I'm sure this will be wildly offensive like everything else I do on the show. We don't need to be taking in 30 to 90,000 Afghanis, either. Not into the United States of America. No. No. You know why? Because I don't believe you will vet them properly. That's why And why don't I believe that? Because you don't do anything else, right? So you watch this is what's going to happen. Chris, write this down. This is going to happen. Look, you can write down another prediction. Chris. Write this down. I guarantee it. You're going to see in the coming days, the administration try to throw a political band aid on this huge political loser. And one of their band AIDS is going to be. We're throwing open the door to 10 20,000 Afghanis, and they're just going to allow these people to flood into the country and guess who's going to come with him? Yeah, That's right. Radicals. Email. Can we please stop? Can we please start celebrating with a visionary Joseph McCarthy was and how horribly is treated him for being right about the threat of communism. Don't know what you're talking about. Joseph McCarthy was a U S senator who warned that the Communists were infiltrating our education system in Hollywood. I mean, it's not like that happened. This one's dear. I don't know what that's supposed to him, dear. I make it a double. I make it a double when I want more meat. That's what he calls always talking about. My world famous burgers, Chris He says. I always just assumed you smoked some weed with your buddies, but bacon in ice cream, bro. You were a straight stoner with empty cabinets at some point, Keep up the great show Show gun. Of course she can say my name is name is Billy Bacon on Ice cream is good. Why won't people listen to me? Bacon in a just I'm not asking you, Chris. I know you people can't eat it. I'm talking about everyone else who believes in Jesus Bacon when you get a salty and sweet It's good. There's a candy bar out there. I know I'm going to support some Communist country Here. I take five. Some Communist company Take five. Whatever. It's peanut butter and chocolate. And a pretzel, and it works so well because it's salty and sweet, Chris you people could eat pretzels, right? There's no yeast or whatever in there, see Dear Dr Steele..

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"dr steele" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"East indies company and those companies were very much involved with the founding of yale university skull and bones apart of yale university. George w bush his father were both in grandfather all three members of skull him bones so the symbolism the significance. It's there now how that even connects right. There's a college old in yale. Call saybrook college. I'm back in the day before. Yale university was created in new haven. It was started in brantford which is in between new haven and old saybrook and a lot of these names of places. We're not the same as they were. You know today like people don't realize that sometimes a county becomes a town or a town becomes a county or town gets renamed or borough becomes the whole town. You know so. There's all these little things that happened in history that add up to a larger story one piece of information which homa god if a listener could help me out with this. This would be amazing. But i thought there was an episode of the higher side chats which i lost track of. It talked about a connecticut governor. Who was once an alchemist. I'm like wow so. There is a connecticut governor. What some point in the eighteen hundreds was practicing alchemy. Or maybe even further back. But you know these are the little pieces of information that we can all like understand and then that can create an experience like what happened to me yesterday so we talked about the snake right. Well we saw that snake as we're venturing around a place called maka moody's state part now mock moody's state park is historically a word. Moc moody's and indian word Native american word that means place of the angry god or are still angry noise. You know something to do with loud angry noise. There's this whole history of this place. mood is connecticut. That inspired the done. Which horror by hp lovecraft for anybody likes that guy. i don't know much about him Read that and many others by right. So so that's you know one person but then there is a guy named dr steele who allegedly called by king george to come investigate the area figure out why these noises were happening but even further back from that. The indians the native americans. They say that there is a man that lives under ino their god god not their god as one god but a god lives under these rocks cave on a sapphire throne and he was very unhappy that the european god arrived on his lands. And that's why the noises started right so ever since then there's been earthquakes and noises in this area and people are like you know must come up from underground or must be earthquake very fascinating and after receiving a snake were just like walking around with kind of going down further looking at the different rocks at and admiring the different rocks. My girlfriend tara. She goes to hear that. And i listen and all sudden at here. Boom boom like a big like like thunder but there is no clouds in the sky no storms. It's been nice weather since that tropical storm. Fred blew through here but yeah man. We heard the mood. It's noises and it was..

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"dr steele" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"There's this whole history of this place. Mood is connecticut kit. That inspired the done. Which horror by hp lovecraft for anybody likes that guy. I don't know much about But read that and many others by right so so. That's you know one person. But then there is a guy named dr steele who is allegedly called by king george to come in beth state the area figure out why these noises were happening but even further back from that. The indians the native americans. They say that there is a man that lives under in their god. Is god not their god. As in one god but a god lives under these rocks in a cave on a sapphire throne and he was very unhappy that the european god arrived on his lands. And that's why the noises started right so ever since then there's been earthquakes and noises in this area and people are like you know must come from underground or must be earthquake is very fascinating and after received a snake were just like walking around kind of going down further looking at the different rocks at admiring different rocks. My girlfriend terrace. She goes to here that and listen an all sudden at here. Bom like a big like like thunder but there is no clouds in the sky no storms. It's been nice weather since that tropical storm. Fred blew through here but yeah man. We heard the moodiest noises at it was just you know the right place. The right time and knowing that history that put us in that spot and have not experienced absolutely. I can't say much more than that other than it was definitely stunning in a way and worth while definitely like tangible enough to be like wow okay. L. wasn't a truck driving by. That wasn't a motorcycle definitely wasn't thunder 'cause that has its own rams clear rumbling real rumbling almost like rocks falling in a hollow place underneath the earth you know and you know when we get back into the hollow earth stuff. It's like yeah. I'm sure 'specially on a place like a river that there's some hollow caves or other special areas someone who's really significant to my journey understanding all this stuff told me that in his culture the pueblo indigenous people in arizona the way arizona. They talked about here. This land being sacred being garden of eden. Oh and you talk about like the geological perspective they say like yeah after a certain line new england is all old you know type of architecture are not architecture sorry forgive me tartari and people. Don't go crazy there they talk about. How the geography and geology and the flora and fauna or very similar to what was in north africa. Because this part of this land was in you know if you believe in the whole thing a part of that whole connection you know where you can kind of see how south america looks like it wants fit on africa. Will the tip of florida all the way up to wear long island..

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"dr steele" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"God or angry noise something with loud angry noise. There's this whole history of this place. Moody's connecticut that inspired don which horror by hp lovecraft for anybody likes that guy. I don't know much about him Read that and many others by him right. so so. that's you know one person. But then there is a guy named dr steele who has allegedly called by king george to come investigate the area figure out why these noises were happening but even further back from that. The indians the native americans. They say that there is a man that lives under in god. Scott not their god as in one god but god lives under these rocks in a cave on sapphire throne and he was very unhappy that the european god arrived on his lands. And that's why the noises started right so ever since then. There's been earthquakes noises in this area and people are like you know must come up from underground or must be earthquake very fascinating and after receive a snake were just like walking around with kinda going down further looking at the different rocks and admiring the different rocks. My girlfriend terrace. She goes to hear that. I listen and all of a sudden at here. Boom like a big like thunder but there is no clouds in the sky no storms. It's been nice weather since that tropical storm. Fred blew through here but yeah man. We heard the mood noises and it was. Just you know the right place the right time and knowing that history that put us in that spot and have not experienced you know absolutely. I can't say much more than that other than it was definitely stunning in a way and worth definitely like tangible enough to be like. Wow okay wasn't a truck. Driving by that wasn't a motorcycle definitely wasn't thunder because that has its own rams. Oh clear rumbling real rumble. Almost like rocks falling in a hollow place underneath the earth. You know and you know when we get back into the hollow. Earth stuff like yeah. I'm sure 'specially on a place like a river that there's some hollow caves or other special areas someone who's really significant to my journey and understanding all this stuff told me that in his culture the pa- pueblo indigenous people in arizona. All the way in arizona. They talked about here. This land being sacred being garden of eden. Oh and is user state you talk about like the geological perspective they say like yeah after certain line new england is all old you know type of architecture architecture sorry forgive me tartari and people. Don't go crazy there they talk about. How the geography and the geology and flora and fauna very similar to what was in north africa. Because this part of this land was in you know if you believe in the whole panja thing apart of that whole connection you know where you can kind of see how south america looks like at once fit on africa. Will the tip of florida all the way up to wear long island. Connecticut is would have been on that part of africa. That is morocco and more kanye and all those other countries along that western coast of africa there saharan coast..

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"dr steele" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Speech challenge advanced. She gives them a bag of bag. And a voodoo doll until them if they follow her instructions. Exactly they'll resurrect bernie and they'll be able to find the two million dollars which apparently belongs to some cartel back in new york at a very fancy restaurant. Richie shows up in his pajamas and latte fines. Larry sitting at the table ordering expensive food player. Walked off from the morgue with bernie's credit card and tells richie that he has a key to bernie safety deposit buck. Larry convinces ritchie. That safety deposit box must contain the two million dollars. But it has a code and that the code might be on. Bernie's computer at work. And larry convinces ritchie that they should break into the office and hacking to find that code slur. Pays the bill with wanna burnings card saying that. He practiced bernie signature now. Has it down pat. Meanwhile the new york guys. Henry charles are back in new york. They hit the city more. Dr steele bernie's corpse as someone comes down the hall. They push the gurney down the hallway and winds pushing burning out the window into into the trash below henry. And then i thought this whole scene was totally unnecessary. Because they had to get him out of the morgue sure but he just winds back in the morgue anyway so they need to take him out of the morgue in order to put the spell on him so he could start walking around but then he needs to be back in the morgue for richie larry to take him because there would be no reason for them to suspect him to be anywhere else but the mark. Okay yeah it. It seemed weird to me that they went. Got him out of the morgue and then he just winds up back in the morgue anyway. I knew two different sets of people need to get him. I just thought it was such a roundabout way of doing it. But i guess it makes sense because they have to do the voodoo on them. Yeah it is narrative lee kind of a circle but there is a reason why it is okay and it also told you how terrible this quote unquote city morgue was in terms of keeping track of bodies yeah people are just walking in and it's like a revolving door. Everybody is so incompetent not not even in new york but virgin islands when later on when they're getting the safety deposit box it's basically it. This movie revolves on bunny logic. Yeah where bugs. Bunny dresses up as somebody. Oh it's that person off all of a sudden magically. It's it's now elmer fudd. Yeah it's again. It's the nineties. So obviously alvin more slapsticky but oh my goodness you remember the little rascals movie were three kids in trenchcoat going to the bank to try and get a loan about as convincing is that sanity. There's a point coming up later tonight with you guys. I'll tease the audience a little bit. I'm deceive you caught something that i didn't henry charleston take bernie to times square porno theater and they decide to do ritual in the bathroom up..

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"dr steele" Discussed on DivaSpeaks

DivaSpeaks

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on DivaSpeaks

"I tend to talk about topics that are not kid friendly show every second and fourth friday. Visit me welby into your homes via your television set and on the next show is scheduled to air january. The twenty second. That's right mark your calendars january. Twenty second is when the next show even speaks relationships on tv. We'll be airing in it. Didn't get a chance to see my creamier episode. Not sure wide not uploaded on the video on demand section The tv station's website. Be patient. i'm falling into the office tomorrow. I will handle things. And i'll get you a date and then for those of you who missed out near you will have the option of looking at the show at your discretion or whenever time so. I think we have all of that out of the way. Thank you for your patience while like it. All of the business of things of the way and discuss up. I like that was the show right. You know what i'm saying. And what what i'm responsible because here's what i didn't do today what i'm gonna do different from last night last night. I was under the influence of spirits. No i'm not talking about the demonic sir. No no race that. I'll tell my ms. Ib over again mierlo tips. I know bit so. I got them a diva has. What's up because our true lady is never thirsty dame dr steele k. Never that so so. We want to continue. The conversation is ivory of ou- accountability accountability in a woman's role in a relationship that is in distress or or relationship. That far the minds of the relationship because sometimes with all your best efforts and with all of your prayers and your support system sometimes with all of that working for you. It still doesn't help to have saved the relationship so we're going to continue the conversation so miss i do you want to. I guess kind of bring the audience up to speed as far as what we talked about last night and then we can kind of move forward with. Were going today with the conversation. Because i think that. Want to get off my chest and you say earlier than you know. Account rattled pushing buttons like this on ability. We're being accountable but you have to say last night. We talked about things. We talked about being accountable where we fell short in the relationship. Okay why it happened. My hat trauma past trauma. Rigors choke carentan women looking for fathers in there. We did see that one girl that one sure. Yes i'm sure it was the one girl. We got not take weekend mustard. I want to stay on the water today as we finish this conversation. Y'all viva we're with. We started this nine minutes and six accounting secondhand there. Okay so we were discussing earlier as we were preparing to. Hey staff i love. that's my classmate. Hometown friends thank you. Tournaments deafening so. We were talking earlier in preparation books. Show us women get together. Went to divas when any set of divas get together and we decide to have a conversation about any and all relationships if dangerous they can get dangerous and my sister said something that i needed to push forward. I wanted to expand on that so miss ivory. I'm just going to bring them up to see so we were talking about okay. So being enough and mature enough to acknowledge or what you've brought to the table in terms of the relationship now being in distress and example. Okay so i know that i am just giving an example. I tend to over talk you. I don't let you finish your sentences. I am confrontational. I do not respect boundaries and. I'm totally dismissive of your feeling. These are just some examples. Perhaps maybe a person could be guilty off so talking and she was like. Yeah yeah yeah. You know to be accountable. Whatever and then she starts talking about this and she was like once we had that conversation no matter how many times we had to have the conversation with your partner your spouse your significant other and they just don't get they wanna stay in that sunken place remember. We talked about last night. I said ivory what does a woman get out of it when chief own in her shit. She's taken accountability for the thing that she has done wrong. She is acknowledging the areas that she also short i asked you what does she get out of it if her counterpart if her man does nothing if he gets to continue his bad behavior doesn't take accountability for the shit. He's done and the diva yet but keep in mind that we are focused on us and we're focusing on our count- ability and as we carried over our conversation today as we were having lunch spoke on how important is to not look anything. Being accountable is just where it lies being accountable. So that's where that's where she puts my because last night you were talking about. There should be no expectation. It.

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"dr steele" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on WJR 760

"All right, Let's get back to the phone lines. 1 805 909571 805 90 wjr We left off with Larry in Rochester Hills. Larry, welcome to the show. Thank you, Kevin. I was listening to your talk earlier in the show about the Republicans and the Democrats and what Way they have to get the election in 22. My vote's is up for grabs. But if I have to listen to us, Dr Steele do this and that I'm afraid that kind of turns me off. Is the Republican Party and, like Senator Ron Johnson or Casper But I could vote for a Republican. But I would love to have somebody that doesn't Uh, you going to stop to stop to stop that? It's done elections over. Get over it. Yeah, uh, each Saturday two on, you know, it's a different of TV station and you know, obviously they have, or he has their full support. Because Fox didn't even air it and that come Excuse me. That surprised me. Because usually Fox is a little tilted, right? Yes, well, you know, some of the Michigan leadership is saying we should move on Mike Shirkey and McBroom saying, We took a look. There wasn't widespread fraud. We need to move forward, make get on this issue of voter identification and absentee ballots and and then move forward with the issues, and that seems to be where you are. That's more of what you want to hear from the Republican Party, then stop the steal. But you have former President Donald Trump. This weekend he was down in Florida having a rally tens of thousands of people. Showed up and he was saying that the thing was rigged and that he should have won. So President Trump clearly is not moving away from that direction at all. So on one side, you have his message of stop the steal. And on the other side, you have, uh, you know, Republican leadership in Michigan. Uh, you know, uh, trying trying to move forward Gonna be interesting. Let's take Mark and Lavonia real quick. Mark. We got about a minute. Yes, I thought that Mayor Duggan did a pretty good job there in his first term when there was a Republican governor. He did ask, you know, fiscally responsible and all that everyone was happy. When Whitmer came into office, and he was questioned about some of the things that she was doing, he said that he supported around a lot of things that really was the opposite of always stood for and Uh, you know, receivable leave with the governor and her shutting down businesses and all that. It's If he's not the same right now, and so if you when he was asked about some of the things that she did chief badge to, and I'm kind of disappointed in that because he is a conservative Democrat. He's not these crazy Democrats are up here and now trying to throw money at everything he was. That's why he It was good for Detroit and for businesses because he was a businessman, but it seems like he, uh at the same time I understand you have to work with the governor to get certain things you know, Done and I kind of understand that. But that part about him right now. He is not the same dug in that He was on his first time. Alright, Mark. We appreciate your call. He was on a roll before the pandemic as well. The city was really bouncing back downtown midtown Cork town. Places like that. They got some work to do again in that area as well as in the neighborhoods. Very interesting to see you're listening to W. Jr. Where Detroit comes to talk. I'm and Thomas congratulations to the 2021 Women who lead class Trina Sky Chief Diversity officer for Market companies says the Rocket Mortgage Classic is a game changer for Detroit. Not only have we implemented the.

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"dr steele" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"We are with andrew steel who is the author of ageless and after obtaining his phd in physics from the university of oxford. He decided that aging was the most important scientific challenge of our time and switched fields to computational biology. Which actually i had to look up. What computational biology is and now that i know it is. I have a deeper understanding of your approach in how you use modeling and statistics to understand Aging but dr steele has worked at the francis crick institute using machine learning to decode our dna and predict heart attacks using patients medical records. And he's now a fulltime science writer and a fantastic science writer so i'm really excited to share his work with you today. I based in london. So welcome dr steele great to have you on and talking today all about aging and actually how to grow old without maybe growing older. Thank you very much. Thanks very instruction. But i think that a good place to start is just with the term aging and maybe what some of some folks initial responses to the term aging be and. I know just in talking with friends and colleagues about aging. I've heard different angles. One is sort of. Oh i wanna know how to anti age more for cosmetic purposes others. Take the approach of we. Just all need to accept that we're all aging and we're all gonna die and we really need to accept in permanence and then others may say things like Anti-aging is for the super wealthy or the silicon valley multi-billionaire that want to just live forever. But you take a different approach to aging and and maybe you can share why you think that aging and working on the science of aging is one of the most important humanitarian things that we can do of our times. I think of just think of aging is inevitable process. Just a side effect of being alive. We grow old. We see packs girl on our farm on the most grow old. It just seems like there's universal process that afflicts all living things but actually when you approach a biologist then you start to see ageing as the cause of this huge amount of human suffering. The reason i call it in the book the greatest humanitarian challenge of our time. Which could sound slightly counterintuitive to say about this inevitable. Process is because is responsible for by far the majority of the death and the suffering in the modern world. So if you think about all the major things that kill us things like cancer. Heart disease dementia. These are all essentially caused by the aging process..

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"dr steele" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"I'm going to recommend the woman who lived. Which was the sixth episode of series. Nine in two thousand fifteen written by catherine Jenna and this is from the peter. Capaldi era where a loan on the trail of an alien artifact and sixteen fifty one england. The twelfth doctor interrupts highwaymen known as the nightmare. Carry out a highway robbery of lucy. Fine shaw the doctor finds the artifact and the coaches luggage but the vehicle drives off before we can take it. The doctor finds that the robber is in fact. A schilder the viking girl. He made immortal by altering a meyer repair kit to fix human physiology scenarios. Your major connection so we have an me someone that was brought back from the dead. And you know you've basically they go through the story where Schilder the dr steele this artifact together. They tried to escape this ambush by his rival. Highwaymen named sam. Smith sam swift. Excuse me not sam. Smith is a singer not a not a highwayman as far as i know anyway but but ultimately shoulder after being given another Meyer repair kits Attached the artifacts swiss chest after he gets killed and Brings him back to life. So that essentially She redeems herself with his dad. By saving this character that She had killed and and the essentially that shoulder states at this point after being redeemed by the end of the story that she will remain the doctor's friend. We'll look after those that the doctor leaves behind. Yeah so little better turnout than sousa costello to say yeah You know. I love those episodes and was kind of nice to see you know aria stark in the doctor who universe. Oh yes very nice. Yeah so Yeah it's a pretty good. One committee. Williams is always fun. You know like she's great. Game of thrones great doctor who and she's also great in the movie that you mutants based on the marvel comics characters. She plays wolf's bay. Which if you have. Hbo backs you could actually check that out. Now it's i was going to tell you it. It premiered saturday night on regular. Hbo dvr so it is on my list of watch. I recommend it. it's actually kind of you know dismissed. I think because of the multiple delays getting the movie out and because it was essentially fox's last x. men movie but it's worth your valuable time. I enjoy it. Laurie enjoyed it. She knew nothing about the characters. I was a big fan of the characters. But but busy williams graded so if you love her on doctor who you might wanna check that out. Thank god i did not know she was in. It's an hour. i wanna watch it. Even more yes. She's she's fantastic. All right so listener feedback. We have to this week. Gay and there's two of us that's convenient pretty good. Do you want to take holidays or do.

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"dr steele" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Blinked again. A crucifix frantically searched for face but his head was forcibly rolled back to stare at the ceiling. Some was pressing against the back of his joel forcing his mouth open. He felt something hard pressed against his tongue nearly panicking. He swiped his arm up knocking away. The hands attempting to incubate him no tubes he managed weekly not use no vance. I refuse familiar voice onset back. Saudi slightly impatient sir needed to lie. Still all right. This is going to help you breathe. I can breathe fine. I logged telling his head away from dr benjamin turner as he came toward him again. Please i need to give confession. How watched the young daughter hesitate and look over to house other side. How turn to look as well moving gingerly searching the space over his shoulder hoping praying my son that we plenty of time for that once you health is a bit more stable ow. Breathe a sigh of relief as he had the com kind voice of father donahue reach from valley's head far. I'm in immediate fear for my life. I want to confess my sins right now. Appre shifted around the side of the ghani to allow hal an easier view of him. It's not important. Not right this very second. Let the doctors do their work and then it is important right now. My son how reached out and grasped the sleeve of his jackets father nathan donahue from one unworthy servant to another donahue frozen his motion to call dr back over please. He studied house face for long. Moment i'm sorry. Have we met. He nodded giving the priest fist. At in another live. far is very important. I need to speak with you. I refuse any medical treatment. Until i do father donahue uneasy glance at dr would you agree. He began hesitantly to accept treatment. If i promise to meet you in your room. I can have tell what to expect you. I'll could feel the worry begin to show his face. And the cadence of the nearby beeping increased my son. You have just suffered a major heart attack. You need medical attention outside his head to look dr steele arrested in a position of waiting his glove hands..

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"dr steele" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"How they're dealing with one. Before we go into the details of the current status, it's important to understand the context of our jail system. Situational awareness of the steps have been taken in route to date in response to Cove in 19. I want to say we care deeply about the safety and welfare of the adults in our custody. We have a legal and moral obligation to care for them and the staff who provide the rehabilitative and medical services in our facilities. In February of 2020. A year ago, M. C s So in our public health partners began developing processes and protocols to prepare for the coronavirus. We tested those protocols and tabletop exercises for various scenarios, so we may encounter both in law enforcement and correction setting. Corrections is incredibly challenging and complex and a pandemic because they contain congregate areas where many people share spaces in an enclosed area. At M. C. S. So we have two facilities, M c D C, which has single cell housing and shared common areas and our largest facility Inverness Jail, which is primarily dormitory style housing. All of the spaces are common areas. In February of 2020. Our jails were at maximum capacity with approximately 1100 adults in custody. The sheriff's office and corrections health implemented. All of the public health recommendations immediately started in March of 2020. As we learned more about the viruses and the end of the world did we implemented new recommended guidelines from public health, the Oregon Health Authority, the CDC and work requirements set by OSHA. We continue to work with our health partners to identify new risks and make improvements. You can visit our website for a complete list of the changes we've made. We had criminal justice system partners who worked with us quickly to reduce the number of adults in custody by over 30% in just a few months. Because of these measures in the efforts to keep the jail population low. We were successful in keeping the Corona virus out of our jail population until December of 2020, R. First adult in custody tested positive that month at M. C. D. C. We worked with our health partners to quarantine and isolate people at risk Approximately 11 months since the virus first was recorded in the U. S. In late December. We saw significant increase in the number of positive cases at Inverness Jail. The amount reached the threshold of an outbreak and we remain in this status, Dr Binds and Dr Steele will provide additional details on the outbreak. In this outbreak it in furnace. Approximately 145 adults in custody have tested positive for Corona virus. On February 2nd, the Myeloma County Sheriff's office, corrections, Health and Public health officials began vaccinating adults in custody. Ah, 108 of the individuals consented to taking the vaccine. Vaccination efforts resume today. We expect to to inoculate another 100 adults, which will be more than a third of the jail population at Inverness. I advocated for the county to vaccinate those in custody because Like other congregant residential settings being prioritized the staffing, spacing and underlying health conditions of residents in corrections settings greatly increases the risk of transmission. I'm grateful to chair Kaforey and public health of officials for making this vaccination a priority. So today to dorms remain in isolation status. Individuals housed in these storms have tested positive for covert 19. Five dorms remain in quarantine status. Individuals in these storms were exposed to a positive case but have tested negative for covert 19. Dr Seal will provide additional details regarding the frequency of the testing process. For these individuals. This week. The sheriff's office has worked with our criminal justice system partners to further reduce the jail population during this outbreak. Following steps we're gonna be taken over the next few days. Working with the presiding judge and the district attorney. We formalized our criteria for who could be booked into jail. Over the past year. We've asked police agencies to site in lieu of custody on property, crime offender offenses and misdemeanor crimes. This practice will now be codified in a new presiding judge's order. We're working with the Department of Community justice to release additional individuals currently being held on sanctions for parole and probation violations and to limit the use of jail sanctions for the next few weeks. Our partners at the U. S marshals off U. S Marshal Service have agreed to move approximately 20 people who were now holding for federal court matters to another facility. These steps will give us and our health partners additional.

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"dr steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Just Dr Steele is Celine Gounder oven while you let go. This is Bloomberg. Thistle's a Bloomberg money minute Enjoy. Thanks. E Order breakfast at the McDonald's drive through Tell yourself you'll wait to eat it at work, but it's most way too good. So you eat it right there in the McDonald's parking lot meal. There's a meal for every morning at McDonald's right now get any size ice coffee for 99. Cents, until 11 a.m. and parent with your favorite breakfast sandwich or one of our tasty bakery treats pricing participation may very bad up. Baba McDonald's I'm loving it. Housing boom is underway in many cities, as younger workers take advantage of record low interest rates and flexible revote work policies to buy condos and town homes on prices are up 15% of late slightly ahead of the annual pace in the suburbs and from Pittsburgh to Detroit. In Phoenix, Properties close to bars and restaurants are selling fast. Economists at Redfin say people are looking forward to dining out. Going to concerts and other activities. Charitable giving to US colleges has been impacted by the pandemic universities took in 49 a half billion dollars in fiscal 2020, unchanged from the year before. It's the first time in more than a decade that contributions haven't resent Marriott is added another 7000 hotel rooms in the Caribbean and Central America as the industry looks for ways to recover from the covert 19 travel bust. Area has struck a deal to add its brand name to 19 resorts owned by Sun Wing Travel group, including properties in Mexico, Jamaica and Costa Rica. On Wall Street, The Dow down 21 points, the NASDAQ gaining 32. And Kate's Bloomberg Radio The following is a message from P. Jim Welcome to out seeing 60 perspectives.

Sean O'Beirne

Published...Or Not

09:53 min | 3 years ago

Sean O'Beirne

"Short stories are the perfect way to address a range of issues in an immediate and succinct. Way Sean Ben has done just that in his collection entitled a couple of things before the end so sean welcome to three. Ci thanks very much for having me. Now what sort of did you have in mind? It's a bit ominous sort of title. Yea Well I wouldn't be the person I mean just about everybody's GonNa soonest ought to be thinking about what the next ten twenty thirty forty s log and if you begin to read even in the mainstream press you'll start to get warnings that if the sky gets full of more particles that make the earth hotter and hotter parts of the Middle? Part of the Earth are going to become more or less uninhabitable this century and serious water and food shortages will come along with that. I mean this is nothing else but what anyone who gets anyway. Nissim Sci. He's starting to tell us Now then the question would come. Kenneth fiction serve that what can fiction do Without saying the same thing over and over but what what to do with that was really interesting to me was what would the people I grew up with. I love And also people who weren't exactly like the people I grew up with. How are we all going to be with this? What he's going to happen to to quite the people I really know once serious privation serious shortages dot to happen all around us. There's one story at the end Bunka which goes into that. We'll come to that one but there are other sorts of ends in mind here. The gained the a period in your life The end of communication is another one. That comes up. So let's delve into some of these stories and hopefully it won't be all that ominous Because there are some fascinating things here you did. The first story is called scouts. Were you ever a boy scout? I have to go ahead and say that I was a boy scout. I was a boy scout in the nineteen seventies I was very. I was particularly bad at sports which were an Australian boy his special problem but one thing I could find do with me was put me in cub scouts. And that work that worked I was especially bad at what we in. The nineteen seventies was called foot clinic Stood there disconsolate. A very small boy. Seven or eight years old in the middle of big muddy oval. And all I wanted was people might remember this. You GotTa be game at the end but for me it really was standing around in an hour on a on a baddeck not understanding really what to do with the football. I remember years ago. Michael Looney telling the story that when he was boy out in the country he was sort of Eilly united and confused by football. What you were supposed to do when the ball came down to woods him he picked it up. Held it to his chest and ran through the goals. Naturally as as one would. But it's a right of passage in some ways you know learning the not earning the badges miss but at what point do you sort of. What will does it come to an end? If we want to talk about ending but you transition the development there what was I suppose one of the things that got some pythons about being a scout? I mean they certainly some comedy as well but what was what was maybe saddle. Poignant upbeat about being a scout in the seventies wars you were participating in the system in. You didn't exactly think about lock these you'll participating in a system that was actually dying all around you which was the old British USTRALIAN loyalty. Oh British Astrid Unite. The revolt was valuable. Said they weren't sort of nineteen seventy seven nine hundred seventy eight nine hundred seventy nine a NI- uniform saluting the flag And trying to be sort of good junior soldier. Boys in a Y. Or at the very least the kind of good boy that you would have. That Biden Powell know if people remember Lord Biden Powell the founder of the Scouting Movement. But if you go back and look at scouting for boys it's the idea of kind of purposeful cleanliness in a little boy. That's also always turning into the effort to sort of locate and destroy aliens. But Tom and I don't mean I don't mean from outer space I mean the ones we leave this a militarist element. This is it. So it's it's playing soldier but it's also got an idea of self theirself idea of self control in it. There's a list of things that are good boy does that a scout does a scout prepared but a scout is also sort of honest in a tainted in some ways and I don't mean to mock all of that hopefully the thing about that stories. It's not all pissing from a high on the scouting movement. It's getting to something. Which was that? There was something in that I mean. I know we feel like this a lot now. But there's something in that old idea of self control. Which is such a daily on fashionable idea. Now the scouting movement held onto a part of it. But of course to us. It just looks ridiculous that you would wear your little uniform and your little hat and salute a flag on a Tuesday night. It's not so much ridiculous. One eventually which happens in the story eventually grows out of it yes and reevaluate says you grow older so it has its purpose in its place but as you say a lot of traditions a dying as well and they've got a reinvent. I mean the notion of a boy's group alone today. Isis audience changed another thing. That's changed the royals. You've got him on August news lead. There is an incompetent. Monarchist Focus Group pretty early in the and that comes out of the Scout Story too. Which is it goes to the whole idea of the Shia strangeness of trying to make an England down the bottom of Asia which we really did try and do. I went to London for the first time. Not that long gone about ten years ago. I had that thing that many many strengths must have had. Which is the shock of recognition that once you get through cock fosters on that train and start to going to London accord. It looks exactly like Hawthorne it looks. Exactly like Moldovan down to the last and you begin to understand why that you had before that we that that the F. It was really just to make these places again. The idea of Kemba well below Laos below. Papua we really tried for that and again I think one of the things. That's hopefully interesting about growing up. In the seventies I think the seventies there was a was a real transition time where that old idea that we could somehow Cape together an England down here began to break up and wash away and so and then then I mean then I think plenty of people listening to this would know this. But in a way the bill for that wasn't paid until the nineteen ninety s in the nineteen nineties. We had that exuberant Tom where we thought well. No no money in this and we'll just be Australian. It's all we can let England going by the nineteen ninety by the Howard years. You had the understanding that it was actually going to be something that we felt a lot more Sarah about a lot more angry about and we're going to punish somebody else but we still had politicians bringing back knighthoods and such luck. And that's you that's interesting but that was what was interesting about the Abbot Attempt. In about the time of that story about the top of that royal story where it really much to light now and even people that you wouldn't expect or the I thought the idea of Sir Prince Phillip and the first strategy night. All that's right it will be Prince Philip. Did you give Edinburgh that? The whole country in two thousand fifteen couldn't take that But just as Australia was reinventing itself oil or imagining its identity. Which is a growing sort of evolution. The monarchy is sort of caught in the same bind. Harry and Meghan done Mike it into the story necessarily only slightly but they trying to establish their own identity in a new ish. Can you hold on to the monarchy? This is where I think I mean. I think this is still true. This little against what I just said but I still think it's a strain schizophrenia. What you would think of is the oldest. Dr Steele holds a lot. Hold on a lot for monarchy and foreign idea of England that still does persist in one of the places it does possess these in those people in that royal family in the Queen and to some extent. Now I mean we tried Diana but now much more and William and Kate but the thing that Tom the thing about that he says it's just getting hotter and hotter for any family any group of individuals to actually be able to carry off what you need to do to be a barely successful enough royalty in the face of the sheer amount of virulent attention that the entertainment system is GonNa WanNa put on you. It's it's pretty much going to be impossible to be monarchy in the next fifty but also the the monarchy speaks to a tradition that goes back centuries which hasn't necessarily evolved and changed with the Moore's that go on today which is it's appeal. Which is the thing we desperately hope for that. You could point to any one group of things and say you want change will you? You'll stay the same. You promised The problem is is that as you say with them. What Harry and Megan is it. They couldn't take the deal that will often because the deal starts to get so strange which is listen. You'll be a representative of what is good in a sense. He's more self control. This idea that we're after over and over again but at the same time will pretty much persecute and you will be at you all the time. You'll open your door in the morning and hundreds of us where we tried to watch you and I I can't understand. I don't get a sense of whether this is to their credit or not. They just refuse that. Were like this is so awful. This is more or less like a kind of strange it privileged. But it's also a persecution and can leave. Just leave

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