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Fresh update on "edward" discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:53 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "edward" discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Blew my mind. Easy with the confetti there, crazy man. Holy cow. That's unbelievable. I feel so festive right now. I'm just crawling out of my skin with festivity. I feel pleased and proud. I feel plowed. You know that there are people who they didn't know anything about this program, the aircraft to show. But rumors of this segment have just become there's a cult following across America. And there are people who have tuned into this show and they have purpose in their life spring in their step all because they were lured in with the fun of fun facts Friday. Wow. Yeah, no pressure. We've turned this thing around. I think we turned the country around. You know what? Sometimes I overstate things, but in this case, I don't think so. That is not over. I think we you and I doing these fun facts Friday segments. I believe I'm going out on a limb but I'm gonna say it that we have turned the country around. Yeah, the world. We're welcome. Yeah. We're welcome. We'll take it. Yeah. We're exactly. People applauding right now all over America. So now part of fun facts Fridays we share fun facts. This is the Thanksgiving season as everyone knows. And so why don't we share some kooky Thanksgiving facts? What do you have for us? This is really great. I'm glad we began with the song because Thanksgiving in a sense began with a song. Really? Was a woman who came up with the song, Mary had a little lamb. Now wait a second. Yes. I think your great learning has made you mad. No. No, it hasn't. No, I'm not. You're not blown smoke. I am not smoke blowing here. Sarah Joseph Hale is the woman that's instrumental Joseph Joseph. Joseph Joseph, because Josie fight isn't that the famous Josie fuss? Okay, so I'm going to call it Joe sifa. He was the first century Roman historian historian. Well, she wrote the lyrics to josefa. And this is all going to tie together. Is she related to Edward Everett Hale? I don't think you mean from the F troop. Is the new play in F troop? No, no. No. Edward Everett hill was a man of letters who lived in Boston in the 19th century. Never mind. Okay, let's this guy here you're thinking of Larry storage. In fact, you're always thinking of Larry storage. He played and he played Corporal agar. He did, and then forced Tucker played for his Tucker. Yes. Yeah. Oh, no, you know what? When I said, it went over to Hale. You were thinking of Alan Hale who played in Gilligan's island. No, I was thinking of Everett Horton ever and ever hurt Horton was an actor. Great actor who played in all kinds of character actors. And I thought he was in F troop at some point for some played some weird holy cow. You're right. I thought that is freaking. I wonder if my engineers picked up on this. Eric Hanson, this guy. Alvin sadar. Hello is what we call in the business. You know, when you're in show business, we call him a freaking genius. This guy just, listen, what you just said, Edward Everett Hale in the twilight of his career. And most people don't know this, but his career only had a twilight. That is true. But in the twilight of his career, he played an Indian on F troop. It was a special episode and he had the feathered head like 75 feather headdress and he came on and if there's anybody on the planet who does not look like a Native American, you're looking at Edward Everett Horton. He was a pockmarked gentleman. Yeah, he was the chief of the haka cowi. Yeah, where the heck are we? That's how the edge of the cliff didn't know where they said where. Okay. But by the way, I like what people have already learned. I feel like we need to pull back on the learning, because here we go, auto, didactic polymath. Do you know what that is? Yes I do. Right. It's a Greek word. After itself, the doctors, it's teaching polymath is we're out of time. Folks we're going to be right back with more fun facts Friday. Oh my gosh. Buckle your seat belts. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or the three week quick start for 1995, let's see if we can get you out of pain, too, go to relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use.

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How the Regime Will Use Identity Politics in Framing the Waukesha Attack

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:37 min | 4 d ago

How the Regime Will Use Identity Politics in Framing the Waukesha Attack

"What you saw last night with, what's his name again? Daryl Edward Brooks, the black supremacist terrorist was nothing more than another outgrowth, or production of The Rain and the regime of identity politics. So what happened last night? Well, according to CNN, this is their latest news report. CNN puts this, they say 5 people have died and more than 40 are injured after an SUV plowed through a holiday parade and walk a show Wisconsin oh, so the SUV was a driverless car. You know, the SUV did not drive through the holiday parade. A BLM incorporated leader drove through the holiday parade. This is an important thing to go through because Daryl Edwards Brooks who was a radical pro BLM anti police anti capitalist mass murdering terrorist. He was out on a $1000 bail. Now what sort of worldview must you have to believe that we should relax bail standards for pedophiles or for terrorists? Just because of the color of someone's skin. Will this all started with the kamba he? River collective statement in 1977. It was a statement that was issued by radical black lesbian feminists based in Boston. In the statement it says the following, quote, this focusing upon our oppression. Is embodied in the concept of identity politics. It was the first time we ever had any reference to the phrase. Identity politics. Now, these black, lesbian feminists, from Boston, issuing the combahee river collective statement, they were the first ones to talk about the interconnectedness and identified and denounce the multiple systems of oppression that exist in our country. Now, what's really important, though, is that we call it identity politics. But the black lesbian feminists that wrote this for the first time, they actually hit it perfectly. They said instead of focusing upon identity, our identity is actually rooted in our oppression. You see, through the lens of what we call identity politics or critical race theory or woke ism or diversity equity inclusion or anti racism teaching which your children might have to experience in grade school or in high school. Is it emphasis that the currency that you trade with? That the way you get wealthy in a world dominated by identity politics is by having points of oppression. We call this the oppression Olympics. But then it goes a step deeper. It goes a level deeper. That identity politics, privileges, and elevates, the identities of people that are then therefore oppressed. The basic moral framework of identity politics is not agency, it's not choices, it's not your capacity to deal with stress, though instead it puts an emphasis on whether or not you are a member of an oppressed identity politic

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Charlie and Trial Witness Drew Hernandez React to Rittenhouse Verdict

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last week

Charlie and Trial Witness Drew Hernandez React to Rittenhouse Verdict

"We the jury find the defendant, Kyle H rittenhouse, not guilty. As to the 5th count of the information gauge grows cores. We the jury find the defendant Kyle Edward Kyle H rent house not guilty. Members of the jury are these your unanimous verdicts? They are unanimous verdicts. Yeah, that makes me want to cry, bro I mean, I'm getting emotional because being directly involved with this, you one thing I will say is when I was test when I was testifying I don't want to make this about me, but I want people to understand the evil that's involved with this. When I was testifying Charlie on the stand and the prosecution, I don't know if the tape caught this, but when the prosecutors, every time I would say rioter vandal, Luther, anytime I would say the truth, they would just laugh at me and shake their head. And during the middle of that while I was testifying, it just dawned on me like this is this is evil. This is evil because I know what the truth is and these people are laughing at me like I'm lying. When in reality, it's them laughing at the truth. It's inverted. It's backwards. And people need to understand this is the reality of the evil that's in the justice system. And today it's Kyle rittenhouse, but tomorrow it could be you. And that's right. And what Kyle represented was a test of the integrity of our system. Which is our system still one that allows due process, the rule of law, cross examination of witnesses, checks and balances, and some people say no. Some people's our courts are all rigged. They're still a remnant. And that remnant, he happened to get a good judgment. He could have got a university Wisconsin Madison, young radical, right? I mean, absolutely. The judge was

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Dan Bongino Cuts to Live Reading of Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | Last week

Dan Bongino Cuts to Live Reading of Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict

"And then he just made a point judge Schroeder as well to say no matter what the reaction you think you might have to this whether acquittal or conviction way back to the court Would you Give your please 54 54 and has the jury reached a verdict as to each count of the information Yes we have your honor One verdict in one verdict only Yes Would you hand all the paperwork to the bailiff please Thanks Yeah see that too please have done this Thank you The defendable rise is based the jury and hearken to its verdicts That's the first time the information shows up on the journey behind the defendant Kyle H Rick house not guilty As to the second count of the information Richard McGuinness we either read by the defendant Kyle H ridden house not guilty As to the third kind of the information unknown male we the jury find the defendant Kyle H Breton house not guilty As to the fourth count of the information Anthony huber we the jury find the defendant Kyle H rittenhouse not guilty As to the 5th count of the information gauge growth we the jury find the defendant Kyle Edward Kyle H rent house not

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It's Been a Great Week for Republicans AKA the 'Party of Parents'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

It's Been a Great Week for Republicans AKA the 'Party of Parents'

"Start. This last week was phenomenal for Republicans. So last week was terrific in New Jersey and Virginia. Republicans won the Virginia House of delegates everybody. Statewide the Virginia, lieutenant governors raised Virginia governors race with junkin, the Seattle city attorneys race. They elected a Republican, the New Jersey state Senate president was defeated by a truck driver Edward durr even though. Steve Sweeney will not concede. He says, oh, there's thousands of ballots we're still defined. He's pulling his best Tony Soprano. Frank Underwood impression possible trying to declare a state of emergency to go find ballots. Republicans had momentum. We won everything you could possibly have asked for and then some. Republicans were riding high and they weren't riding high because voters showed up in record numbers and said, hey, you know, mister junkin, you know what we need? We need electric charging vehicle stations. You know what we need mister junkin? We need to go spend $1.2 trillion that we don't have. No. Mom's and dad showed up and they voted for Republicans in the first time in a decade because they sought was happening in their schools. Rural parts of Virginia showed up in record numbers at a higher percentage clip than they even did support Donald Trump and Republicans started to build this coalition. That was pro family and also anti leftist. That ran up against the power structures of the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the abuse within. Higher education, the public sector teacher unions Republicans finally seemed to have its groove for a couple days for a couple days we started to see headlines from CNN and Washington Post Democrats on defense, time to do a detox. And then you saw this Democrat Civil War begin of one part of the Democrat party start to say that we need to be we need to recommit ourselves to the party of parents and you had pramila jayapal worried that the Republican parties becoming the party of parents, which I'm going to say on this show until someone starts to listen to me, the party appearance is phenomenal

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Democrats Assess Where They Went Wrong as a ‘Red Tsunami’ Takes Hold in New York

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Assess Where They Went Wrong as a ‘Red Tsunami’ Takes Hold in New York

"The fault line is being exposed, the Democrats are doing an autopsy of why they lost in every possible direction from Edward durr to the Virginia governor's race to the lieutenant governor's race in Virginia. How bad was it actually? Well, I just want to. I want to hear, let's just local news report cut 87. This is in New York, Nassau county. Play cut 87 just so you understand what Democrats are dealing with. Even in New York play tape. The shock resonated from the New York suburbs down the eastern seaboard. People are saying there was a red wave, they're wrong. It was a red tsunami. Republican Bruce blakeman declaring victory in the Nassau executive race considered the biggest upset here since Edmund Ghana when seated Tom swazi in 2009. We had the right message. It was taxes. It was crime. People are fed up with a liberal, progressive policies of the other party. This isn't the party of John F. Kennedy anymore. It's the party of AOC and Bernie Sanders, and they're rejecting that. And Joe Biden, they're rejecting that. I said this yesterday to Connor, and I said this to Andrew, I said, if the Democrats continue with this, and if they are unable to inoculate themselves, and remove the tumor, that is woke ism from their party. It is not out of the conversation that if conservatives do their job, and they don't, they're not run by a bunch of feckless morons, which is so often the case, we could end up winning states like New Jersey and Connecticut. We could win 40 out of 50

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Lawyer Murdaugh Arranged Own Death but Shot Grazed

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Lawyer Murdaugh Arranged Own Death but Shot Grazed

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Carolina authorities say attorney Alex Murdoch arranged his own death but was only grazed by the plant fatal shot Alex Murdoch the prominent South Carolina attorney who found the bodies of his wife and son three months ago tried to arrange his own death this month according to state police authorities say murder was trying to ensure his surviving son would get a ten million dollar life insurance payment but the planned fatal shot only grazed his head Curtis Edward Smith has been charged with assisted suicide insurance fraud and other counts related to the shooting of bird all on September fourth Bergdahl entered rehabilitation for an oxy code own addiction state police now have six open investigations into Murdoch and his family hi Mike Rossio

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FBI Releases First Declassified 9/11 Document After Biden Order

NPR News Now

01:07 min | 2 months ago

FBI Releases First Declassified 9/11 Document After Biden Order

"Biden administration has declassified a sixteen page f. b. i. report on the links between saudi citizens in the united states and two of the nine eleven hijackers. The is the first to be disclosed since president biden ordered a declassification review but it offers no evidence at the saudi government was complicit in the attacks. The release came after ceremonies were held across the nation to mark the twentieth anniversary of the attacks as npr's taped mr reports. There was solemn music the reading of victims names and junior eddo mirrow abide in speeches. Gordon felt the brother of edward felt a victim of the crash of united flight. Ninety three spoke at the ceremony in shanksville september eleventh was not a singular event but a date that marked a cultural paradigm shift in our country and for freedom loving people across the globe. President joe biden participated in events at all three locations dave mitch. Npr

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FBI Releases Declassified 9/11 Document after Biden Order

NPR News Now

01:05 min | 2 months ago

FBI Releases Declassified 9/11 Document after Biden Order

"The biden administration has declassified a sixteen page f. b. i. report on the links between saudi citizens in the united states and two of the nine eleven hijackers. The is the first to be disclosed since president biden ordered a declassification review but it offers no evidence at the saudi government was complicit in the attacks. The release came after ceremonies were held across the nation to mark the twentieth anniversary of the attacks as npr's taped mr reports. There was solemn music the reading of victims names and junior eddo mirrow abide in speeches. Gordon felt the brother of edward felt a victim of the crash of united flight. Ninety three spoke at the ceremony in shanksville september eleventh was not a singular event but a date that marked a cultural paradigm shift in our country and for freedom loving people across the globe. President joe biden participated in events at all three

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A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Mark Edward Langley: S. 7, Ep. 6

The Crime Cafe

04:50 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Mark Edward Langley: S. 7, Ep. 6

"I used to love be booksellers. When did you do there. Oh lord you're going back to nineteen eighty you know my my parents and family moved down there with my dad. Got transferred and It was as close by. I a job there. You know and ended up for the tunnel. Always there Started out in the back room. Receiving the books getting them all the labels and stickers and stuff and putting them out and then got beyond the register in that kind of stuff you know so ended up stocking and working that i love being down there because it was right down the street from the windmill dinner theater and a lot of actors came through doing plays there and a few of my she stop in the store to buy some stuff excellent but i got instilled in reading. Men was watching spenser for hire series on television. And one of the ladies that worked percent if you love the show who should read the books to read in the books and behold from their own. Isn't it interesting. How things often start with television I know that my love's mystery started with watching honey west way back in the day now going back more. Yeah but yeah. It's just funny. I'll have like that. You know when i got into reading rubber parker than but display in john d. Macdonald's just went from there and you know is started loving whatever. I can get my hands on all. Great stuffs well Tell us about arthur nikai. He's an interesting character. An excellent reign of former member of the special ice unit and a native american correct. Exactly how did you come up with this character not to mention his wife. Who's a news reporter. I thought that was interesting. Please tell us more. Sure i mean i. I started thinking about developing i. I took a two week vacation out there. And i traveled the route. That's in the book. So whatever i saw one that way dictated into a tape recorder and came back and transpose. It all down. You know this sort of developing characters and backstories the characters and I stumbled across. I wanted to be different in a lot of ways and other writers out there writing about that and not not as far as police goes or whatever it may be you know. But i developed arthur nikai based on my love for our kalashnikov by the native american flute player. And at the time. One of my friends. Where i worked a million years ago. It seems like now Whose first thing with arthur. So i liked the way that rain together. So i use that they'll to character that As far as his. Wife sharon goes. I actually was texting back and forth in the mornings with one of the local reporters in the nbc station here and chicago and Wanted to ask her some questions about you. Know what you give up to have this life you have. I wanted to make her real and things that happen In their life once you have that job while things you don't get to do You miss a lot of birthdays. Anniversaries you're always on the air doing something you know so. She helped out a lot with that. And i developed that curator of the other ones of jake. Bill cody which is loosely based on my grandfather large barrel chested man. You know With that so i start molding these people into what i i have now needs really interesting the way your travels informed your fiction writing. So yeah i. What was the whole plan to do that. Because you know you can't just look online and find pictures and things and do things and men do searches. you have to be there. And that's what i found out a long time ago. I told on hillerman once at the her father helped me understand the importance of descriptive sentencing. You know surrounding sect place I think robert parker helped me develop a dialogue kind of conversations in books. So i use those along with that. I had to be there. You have the smell that you have to see to taste it and feel the heat feel the cold in order to convey that to the reader in the book and a lot of people who have read my books feel like they're right there in the situation in the area. I love that.

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Activist Barbara Rose Johns Profoundly Impacted Her Community as a Teenager

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:20 min | 2 months ago

Activist Barbara Rose Johns Profoundly Impacted Her Community as a Teenager

"Barbara faced stark disparities in education quality. Her small one story school building had no gym and no cafeteria but it was forced to accommodate over four hundred and fifty students. On insulated shacks were built outside to hold additional students and learning out. There was particularly difficult in cold weather. One january in nineteen forty prince. Edward county had particularly frigid temperatures with readings of sixteen degrees below zero. In contrast to barbara school the nearby white school had two stories. Great facilities and fewer than four hundred students. Barbara shared her concerns about the conditions of her school with her music teacher. Who responded why. Don't you do something about it. At first barbara felt discouraged. She was just a student. What could she do. But the final straw for barbara came one april morning. She was helping her for younger siblings. Get to the bus stop. When she realized she forgot her lunch she ran back home to fetch it when she returned. She realized she'd missed her bus. And she was forced to try hitchhiking for a ride. She stood on the curb for an hour and no one stopped to help then. She saw the so called white bus drive by it was half empty. Barbara's bus was always packed to the brim. She leader wrote in her diary right. Then and there. I decided that indeed something had to be done about this inequality so. Barbara's sprung into action. On april twenty third nineteen fifty. One barbara forged note from the school principal to the teachers telling them together. All four hundred fifty students in the auditorium when the students sat down they were shocked to find barbara on stage. She delivered a speech and shared her plan. All the students would walk out of the school until a new building was under construction. Some students were afraid they'd get in trouble or end up arrested. Barbara replied the farm bill. Jail isn't big enough to hold us.

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The Early Life of Activist Barbara Rose Johns

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:20 min | 2 months ago

The Early Life of Activist Barbara Rose Johns

"Barbara faced stark disparities in education quality. Her small one story school building had no gym and no cafeteria but it was forced to accommodate over four hundred and fifty students. On insulated shacks were built outside to hold additional students and learning out. There was particularly difficult in cold weather. One january in nineteen forty prince. Edward county had particularly frigid temperatures with readings of sixteen degrees below zero. In contrast to barbara school the nearby white school had two stories. Great facilities and fewer than four hundred students. Barbara shared her concerns about the conditions of her school with her music teacher. Who responded why. Don't you do something about it. At first barbara felt discouraged. She was just a student. What could she do. But the final straw for barbara came one april morning. She was helping her for younger siblings. Get to the bus stop. When she realized she forgot her lunch she ran back home to fetch it when she returned. She realized she'd missed her bus. And she was forced to try hitchhiking for a ride. She stood on the curb for an hour and no one stopped to help then. She saw the so called white bus drive by it was half empty. Barbara's bus was always packed to the brim. She leader wrote in her diary right. Then and there. I decided that indeed something had to be done about this inequality so. Barbara's sprung into action. On april twenty third nineteen fifty. One barbara forged note from the school principal to the teachers telling them together. All four hundred fifty students in the auditorium when the students sat down they were shocked to find barbara on stage. She delivered a speech and shared her plan. All the students would walk out of the school until a new building was under construction. Some students were afraid they'd get in trouble or end up arrested. Barbara replied the farm bill. Jail isn't big enough to hold us.

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Capitol Rioter From Idaho Pleads Guilty to Assaulting Police

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Capitol Rioter From Idaho Pleads Guilty to Assaulting Police

"An Idaho man captured on videotape has pleaded guilty to assaulting police in the January sixth insurrection at the U. S. capitol sixty seven year old Duke Edward Wilson entered a guilty plea to one count of assaulting officers and one count of obstruction admitting to striking at least one capital police officer with his fist and striking at least one with a pole charging documents include videos that show Wilson grabbing a PVC pipe and jabbing at officers he's also accused of helping to push to officers to the ground and take a shield away from one as he and other Donald Trump supporters worked to breach the U. S. capitol January sixth Wilson could face up to twenty eight years in prison and five hundred dollars in fines he remains free pending sentencing Jackie Quinn Washington

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Biden Approves Louisiana Disaster Declaration

Red Eye Radio

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Approves Louisiana Disaster Declaration

"The Louisiana governor's request where presidential major disaster declaration Governor John Bel Edwards made the request as the state is dealing with the devastating impact of Hurricane Ida Edward says the storm has already claimed the life of one person left thousands without power and caused untold amounts of property damage. Afghanistan

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Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Let Us Not Forget All of Andrew Cuomo's Shameful Scandals

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:37 min | 3 months ago

Let Us Not Forget All of Andrew Cuomo's Shameful Scandals

"Want to dive into talking about governor. Andrew cuomo's resignation. I mentioned last segment that two days ago i guest hosted for danis and it was my second segment of the show. And i remember sean. The technical director telling it to me in my ear. And i thought oh my gosh so i was. I was lucky enough to break it on air the other day and my immediate reaction was how he able to get away with this stuff. Not just the sexual assault allegations but the nursing home scandal. This we have known about this for a year and finally governor. Cuomo has no choice but to resign and the media has no choice but to report it. Some could say well the media didn't know they know that he was harassing all of these women. I don't quite buy that. I think perhaps the media did not now but it was a willful ignorance. They didn't want to know there've been rumors circulating for years about governor cuomo's conduct with women way before he became governor and there's also a lot of evidence that he's been playing dirty political games for years. I encourage all of you to go online and find out more information about the smear campaign that andrew cuomo was believed to have run on mayor. Edward coche back in the seventies when his father koch. Excuse me koch back in the seventies when his father mario cuomo was running for mayor and koch and cuomo were competing for the democratic slot for mayor and andrew. Cuomo was working at the time on his father's campaign and cauti- was believed to be gay. And it is also believed that andrew cuomo put out a horrible smear campaign in an effort to publicize that fact and discredit him. So i again. I encourage all of you to look up the slogan on the internet. It's it's terrible and and dive into that because it really it really shows the way that andrew cuomo place he plays dirty

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The Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:02 min | 3 months ago

The Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin

"Aretha franklin was born in memphis tennessee on march twenty fifth nineteen forty two barbara seekers franklin and reverend clarence levin franklin by the time she was four a wreath as family had moved from memphis to buffalo new york before. Finally settling in detroit michigan growing up. Aretha was surrounded by music. Her mother was a gospel singer and played the piano and her father. A minister saying to at the age of six a wreath as parents separated and read the state with her father. Her mother passed away a few years. Later are rita's father's house was often home to visiting musicians. From dino washington to sam cooke to mahalia jackson aretha sisters erma and carolyn were also musically inclined and saying and wrote songs throughout their lives. Aretha had an amazing ear for music. Despite the fact that she never learned to read music her brother later said that by the time aretha was ten years old she could hear a song once and immediately be able to sing it and play it on the piano. Aretha made her performing debut as a member of the choir at new bethel. Church or her father preached. It didn't take long for her incredible talent to be recognized when she was twelve years old. She went on tour performing with other popular gospel artists. That same year aretha got pregnant and hundred first child at the age of twelve. A son named clarence two years later she had a second son. Edward throughout her life aretha would return to her roots singing gospel nusa when she was eighteen years old. She switched her primary focus to secular music. She moved to new york city parting from her son to state with her family in detroit that year in nineteen sixty aretha signed a contract with columbia records. Her early albums touched on all sorts of genres from jazz to blues. To broadway to aren

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The Fall of France in 1940

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:08 min | 4 months ago

The Fall of France in 1940

"Doing the right thing goes against common sense. It might involve personal sacrifice or missing out on an opportunity to earn a living. It might even put us endanger. The right thing is rarely the safest path forward but it often represents the best odds in september of nineteen fourteen. The people of france found themselves in a desperate position. The soldiers and war machines of germany were marching closer and closer to paris. It wasn't as if they hadn't tried to stop them. No that's what they've been doing for weeks. The war had sprung like a leak from a seemingly tiny hole with the assassination of austrian archduke. France ferdinand that was june twenty eighth of nineteen fourteen by august. First germany had declared war on russia two days later they set their sights on france as well. They had lost territory to france in the aftermath of the franco prussian. War of eighteen. Seventy one and they wanted it back in late august. On their way to francis northern border germany pushed through belgium. The small nation was quickly captured by august twentieth. It was in full occupation. All of a sudden the enemy had possession of territory right on the border and they showed no signs of stopping germany's forces were like a tidal wave of bullets and blood and it seemed very likely that france would indeed be invaded but again they tried to stop it. British soldiers came to help but the battle of months did not go as well as they had hoped for sending france and her allies into a quick retreat that was august twenty third. You have to stop and think about what it must have felt like. For the people of france and specifically those in the capital city of paris a foreign power had declared war on them and was now barreling toward them like a juggernaut in fact nothing had stopped germany at all and it would have been easy to feel hopeless in the face of that approaching danger in fact britain's foreign secretary at the time sir. Edward grey expressed that hopelessness out loud to a friend when he said the lamps are going out all over europe we shall not see them lit again in our

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"edward" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

05:36 min | 4 months ago

"edward" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Review i'm dahlia. Shenlin an armed given hope every week we bring you conversations with authors about their books and research and other things that we find fascinating topical. If you like us. Please consider becoming a patriot supporter by going to our homepage l. v. one dot fm slash tel aviv review. Scroll to the bottom and click the big red button that says patron click and support us. We're counting on you or yesterday's professor timothy. Brennan of the departments of cultural studies and comparative literature at the university of minnesota has written extensively on topics ranging from musical traditions in the americas to mark zeman culture to intellectual history and his eighth and latest book is places of mind. A life of edward eat and it falls under the latter category. It was published in twenty twenty one by farrar straus and zero and we are delighted to welcome him to the show Talking us from new jersey professor timothy brennan. Hello and welcome to the tel aviv review. Thank you hello. So eight. Life of edward eight why they indefinite article the short answer. Is that my editor. Insisted on it but After she did. I realized that it was the smart thing to do. I had written a lot about edward before this. Maybe thirteen essays. Some of which i've written while he was still alive. And those i'm sticking out my own theories and positions. I set about writing this though to not do that. I learned so much from the people that i interviewed and plumbing. Through the archives as well. I realized that there are certain experiences that certain people had with him that i couldn't have had and therefore offered perspectives. That i could never have come up with and my job is i saw. It was to triangulate and to as much as possible capture the many sides of edward site nevertheless i realized that there's so many different kinds of people so many smart people who have written about him Brilliantly in the past that it would be it's served to claim you know. And i think the word though would suggest that i was cleaning that this was the definitive and final and complete and comprehensive picture. Nevertheless that tried to be complete and comprehensive bet i recognize. That's probably impossible. I like it because it's a very i. It raises a sort of postmodern angle. This is one way of looking at it and there are others. Maybe wanna get into the many angles of who edwards side was. Yes well let me just note in passing that. Edward was very very dedicated. The idea of taking a position. So the notion of ambiguity ambivalence which really characterizes the theoretical milia in which he worked in the academy was one that i think he was rather resistant to He wanted there. To be this notion of the unopposed modern notion that there is a history that happened and that it can be recovered by the careful and responsible reading of texts about the past so this is a very important part of what he means by the term philology for example so he really believes that there are better and worse interpretations of the past. He wants to insist on the facts right. But just the very thing that the people who disliked orientalists and so much thought that he was guilty of not believing so I i don't think that he would be open to the idea that this is just a perspective just one perspective and every perspective is kind of equalled every other perspective this would be a postmodern notion that i think he would really reject so the idea here is have i in the writing of this. Biography called the right facts and have i assembled them in a plausible narrative that i think would be the bigger question getting to the need of your question though the many sides of edward well you know what can say. I mean he. He lived the polyphonic existence. And a number of different ways and he was of course a pronounced literary critic probably the most revered And influential of his generation. He was a an acerbic music critic. And according to people like his close friend daniel barenboim who would know Edward knew everything. There was to know about classical music even more than the people that barenboim collaborated with in a long career So there was this outlet of his That had to do with the knowledge of classical music history of performance All of the details into and and nuances of a counterpoint and of composition. Read music theory books. You know these were important than they were. Part of the humanist tradition so this would be another i mean. Obviously he was a professional conversationalist probably the genre of writing that he excelled in the most was the interview. And it's really that that made him a public media figure which would be another dimension of him right that he was able to think on his feet that he could charm. You know the socks off of a hostile interviewers on the nightly news that he could make jeanne kirkpatrick look like a fool. You know in an exchange you know. These were the things that as a professor glitter knowing that. That's what he was. You say who can do this but but this guy this is like it makes it fun and important to be a professor. You know in a way that never really existed before him or rarely existed before it so these would be some of the things that you know. I would say in answer to your question. But of course there's that other side which is.

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"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:46 min | 5 months ago

"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

"They just still a cane. Sugar based spirit similar to moonshine or sugar shine with whispers of unchanged from not too sweet maple a core absinthe blueberry one of the most common berries on the islands and a local tart hack sap berry liqueur so and then this place was basically this red farmhouse building and they have like a really cute sort of outdoor space and picnic tables and you can do a little tour of the distillery and then you can you know get your drinks and go sit out on the picnic table and they also do live music and it just seems it seems really fun and it's definitely something that i would want to do if i were in prince edward island and of course. I'm pulling out the absence. I'm going absent all around. Pass that absent right. Drink it down down down. And so keira drinks too much absinthe and she decides to let loose she kind of puts on her wedding dress and she goes running into the water for a night swim and she ruins her wedding dress. Okay and like we're laughing and having so much she wear your wedding dress. She just like pulled it out. She had it for some reason with her. Oh my god okay and we're just laughing kind of like how we used to and then there's a flashback. This teenage keira running into the ocean water covered in blood. Oh no.

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"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

"On the oil rigs. I stop okay. Wow okay got it. Okay and my name is sarah but everyone calls me sandal because i'm always in sandals okay can't you see rules naming sandal sandal. Yeah i guess. I can't stand. That'd be a fun like to draw. Santa claus sandals clause and it's like santa and sandals iconic surfers. Santa of course it's been done okay. So just a little bit of back story care ab my old best friend. She comes from a prominent Prince edward family and she's been the potato queen for in high school for four years in a row. So this is a real thing. And i'm going to just show you this every year because prince edward island is known for their amazing potato crops and in fact they export them all around the world. There apparently these amazing potatoes and every summer there is a potato blossom festival. And i'm showing you the facebook. The facebook page for the potato blossom festival. And there's a beauty pageant where they crown him as potato blossom. Now this is wonderful. And i did come across the potato aspect of prince edward island. There is a museum the potato museum that is ranked like one of the best in the world. Yes it is amazing. And they're big mascot is just as huge potato. I love that okay and as you can see here. Here's a picture of miss potato blossom two thousand nineteen. She's very cute. So just to give you a little bit of insight on who care is she's irish heritage and she's like her family's really important there and me i'm from the wrong side of the tracks and it was an unlikely friendship but we were inseparable by best best friends until the summer of two thousand ten when i fled so okay so i had only fifty dollars to spend on accommodation. Luckily prince edward island is known for its camping. There are many Wonderful beachside forest campsites. There are these big family friendly campsites that have sort of like activities..

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"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

"And she drives us and we start driving through prince prince edward island national park. And this is this is like the most beautiful iconic part of prince edward island. This is like and i'm green gables land or whatever and we pull up to this house and amanda. This is the link that i know you are. That and lucy's house is lucy. Maud montgomery's birthplace the author of green gables. This this is the ghost of lucy. Maud montgomery we've asked why she couldn't eat at the fireworks festival that's right. That's exactly right now or of this house. You pay take one of the house. Yes and you can take a tour of the house so now we're in green gables and she's like thank you so much for getting me for getting me home i am i. How do i thank you. What i want you to to do is enjoy. There's an green gables heritage site and that's all around this way she's like go enjoy it now. You have now what she says to us. Which is something they say in an green gables which is your my kindred spirit and that's why we invited her into our hitchhiking or into our car was because we felt like she was such a kindred spirit to us and so she says just like an says to her best friend. Diana you're a kindred spirit and you go and you have fun within the green gables heritage site and we do and we go to avonlea the village of avonlea and we look at everything and at the end of the day we decide you know what let's go have ourselves a picnic so so what and there's nothing more anne of green gables than that and what we decide to do is go to the prince. Edward island the preserve company. And that's the last link you've got pow. I'm this oh my god so you can go. It's on this little like farmstead right on this river and you go and you can get a picnic lunch. They have the most beautiful preserves. Its on this beautiful farm. You can walk around and we go get ourselves a picnic lunch. Eat it on the river and we the the four of us go..

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"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:32 min | 5 months ago

"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Traditions that drawn scottish irish english and french. Heritage's that converged with the native missed mac. During the colonial period travel and leisure says those looking for acquaint vacation destination full of authentic local charm and leisurely living should visit prince edward island known for its tinted dunes and beaches which get their coloring from the high iron content in the sand. The island is notably most famous as the home of the beloved literary character and shirley from ella montgomery's early nineteen hundreds novel and giggles prince. Edward island was featured heavily as the backdrop of the book and wildly popular nineteen eighty s. Miniseries lonely planet dot com says. The astonishing thing is how little the islands landscape has changed since the writing of and of green gables farm houses fields creeks and dunes. Straight out of a children's storybook. Okay let's play case. So amanda you and i last week so it is my turn to take you on my trip to prince edward island while. I'm just really looking forward to this. Because i know you're a big Gable head what. I'll i'll let you in on a little secret. I have the. Vhs is growing up. I saw as a very young child. I hadn't seen it since and to prepare for this. I watched the miniseries..

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"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

02:56 min | 5 months ago

"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones

"And i will let you know that i did leave with a souvenir from the vaas museum as well and it was a beautiful like gold leaf mug. That does sound nice now then. I went to the aba museum by myself. You didn't come to that with me. Either i was trollop ing around trawler. Lying around the old town. Isn't it funny. We went on a trip together and we both did our own things. Just like this podcast. We'll see tonight. I'm doing my own thing. Where was our third companion. She was off doing her own thing. Young neal was there who knows we were all we. All traveled together said sia. None of us wanted to do the same things. And i think that's okay. I do think it's healthy. I want to remind our listeners. That as we go through our trip today to prince edward island you can follow along on our custom. Google maps that we post in the show notes. We tag all of the locations. We're talking about in there. So if you wanna play along as you're listening that's a great to do and also if you want to vote for who trip you'd rather take and we announced the winners on the unpacking episode. I you can follow us at the big ones pod on twitter and we also post maria makes these beautiful collages of our trip so that's also a way to get a visual okay. Oh and just a reminder that this week. We're traveling to prince. Edward island canada and last week we spun the wheel of adventure i am roughing it with the budget of zero to fifty dollars a night. I'm traveling for a wedding. And i have a gift card and i am traveling on a luxury budget. Which is six hundred fifty dollars to two thousand dollars a night on girls on a girl's trip. Oh and i have to see some form of of live entertainment right. Well should we. Should we dive into you. Know should we. Should we put on our canadian. You know flag sweatshirts and and mosey on up to canada. Let's go.

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"edward" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"edward" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"His quest to find the gates of truth state alchemist. Edward elrick makes his way to the next destination. Stones are hard to come back but word is a hormone culex was seen in the area so to this area. Edward will go. It is then that a horned traveler takes up the road in front of edward preventing passage with smoke swirling around him sir. Trickster god loki holds up what appears to be a philosopher's stone. Want this lucky asks. They don't need you to do some favors for me. I'm in no mood for favors. Edward handed over loki smiles and takes a half step backwards. If you don't do what i want. I will hurt you. Edward leans back himself in preparation quietly. Mutters to grow one must sacrifice. Show me what you've got and this battle is about to get. Why it says guardian versus alchemist its horns versus auto mail. It's key versus elrick today on. Who would win and.

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"edward" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:33 min | 10 months ago

"edward" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Are ordained to live in misery therefore come dalliance dangerous. Our lives friends with them done. Edward go we'll hateful morton up point. No rask must. Ip bank said like the nightly bird who site lows some to all winged fouls when fury of his mind sway went will his heart be satisfied with blocked. If mind will serve an bowel straight this breakfast and give my heart to isabel and to him. It is the chief as mark they level latte. Not so my leash. The queen have given this judge to keep your in safety your passions. Make your dollars to increase. The usage makes the my misery in greece but come by air of life. Continue long when all my sense is annoyed with this within a dungeon. England's king is capped where am starved for one.

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"edward" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:52 min | 10 months ago

"edward" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Let presently under the law of barkley from our that. He resigned the king to be and gurney and what is done we will subscribe on name. It shall be done my lord rights gurney. My load as our intent is to rise by multiple. Who now makes fortune's wheel tennessee please. Sequel the means thou cast to make him group and neither give him kind world. No good look i warn my load and this above the rest because we hear that edmund costs to work. His liberty removed him still from place to place by night. To let the last he come to killing wealth and then from to barkley back again and by the way to make him threat to the more speed custody to him and in any case let no man confronts him if he chance to weep but amplify his grief with bitter words. Fear not my lord. We'll do as you command so now away posted. The words made with a goes this letter to my lord. The king commend me humbly. To his majesty and tell him that i labor all in vain to ease his grief and work his liberty and bear him. This as weakness of my love gives a ring. I will madam exit with gurney. Finally dissemble d- do so. Still sweet queen. Here comes the young prince with y'all of kent something. He whispers in his childish ears. If you have such access onto the print are plots stratagems will soon be dashed us edmund friendly as if all were well enter prince edward and can't talking with him. How does my honorable lord of kent in health suite mortimer. How fares your grace. Well if my lord your brother were enlarged. I hear of late. He has to post himself. The more my grief aside they do dissemble sweet son come hither i must talk with the though being his uncle the mexican blood do not look to be protector over the prince. Not my lord who should protect the sun but she that gave him life. I mean the queen mother persuade me not to the crown. Lets him be king. I am too young to reign but be content. Seeing it is scientist pleasure. Let me but see him first. And then i will. I do sweet nephew brother. You know it is impossible. Why is he dead. No god forbid i would. Those words proceeded from your heart in constant edmund. Style favor him that was a cause of his imprisonment. The more cars. Have i now to make amends. I totally not meet once. Foods should come about the person of prints my lord gift betrayed the king his brother and therefore trust him. Not that he repents in sarah's for now come sun and go with this gentle lord and me with you. I will but not with mortimer. Why young lane states. So mortimer but i will carry the by force away how me uncle kent multiple wrong may brother edmund. Strive not we. His friends isabella's narrow than the earl of kent sister. Edward is my charge redeem him. Edward son and i will keep him mortimer shell know that he hath wronged me. Hence will i hate to killing worth castle and rescue aged edward from his foes to be revenged on mortimer and the accent on one side the queen prince edward mortimer junior on the other kent seen three near kenilworth castle and her mattress send gurney and soldiers with the king. My lord be not pensive. We are your friends..

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"edward" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"edward" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Areas in my body. Yeah, so at the moment my shoulder blade birth is fairly weak. So they've actually giving me a couple of exercises to to do to help strengthen that area you have an overactive traps was it? Yes. So the Trap muscles are run up the side of your neck and it brought across you your your clavicle your shoulder bone the really tight and being overused and a lot of things what was that causing migraines as well, wasn't it? Yeah, massive Edward walk in and he'd be wincing and I'm like what's wrong now I'm wage. Like I reckon dad had my grand like half a year just in different days if you had it and how has that been since you've been working on that? Total polar up, excuse me polar opposite. So you're on top of it. Yeah brilliant like yes, I still have my shit days. Yeah you do and that off that just comes with the nature of the based but Predominantly meal it's more good days than bad days. Hey, that's what I like to hear. So did you in the gym then when you were training your two days of weights? Have exercises that you had to avoid because it would cause pain there were were certain ones. They we had to avoid off alter slightly. But yeah because of the the fact that they would actually aggravate. Yeah wage my injury injuries, you should but over time you got stronger from from getting married. So get to where you are. Yeah, definitely your limited now offer a limited now. no, no, it's been two years since you've started working on these injuries or alongside injuries and strength training would have been a yeah, probably early Le 2017 also nearly over three years. Yeah. Yep. So you've been working with the health other health professionals besides a personal trainer helped you get on top of these injuries and build up some really good foundations and three years may sound like a long time but trust me it is well worth it because you don't get to the end of those three years in any manner feel great about not have contracts anymore hundred percent. And so what would you recommend for someone who's suffering from chronic pain down again? Phir a search like if you're with with the PHA speak to them, they might have connections with people within the industry wage actually help. Okay, and what about someone who isn't working with a trainer who is sitting at home or driving to work or on the train? Who is in a bit of pain? They've been in pain for a while though because that is their normal, but they're not doing anything about it. What's your advice for those people do they leave it and just write it out definitely know what can they improve it? Definitely not. Best advice is seek out someone again same with the potatoes if they not get the medical professional is not dead. Helping you with your condition. Yeah..

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"edward" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"edward" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Name it? There was no way I was qualified to give anyone nutritional advice or guidance through their lifestyle choices. So if you'd ask me for that, I would have given you sweet fa so let's let's just kind of move on so When you started to take a more structured approach to training this was this would have been a like the tail end of 2017 cuz we reached out together in 2016 and we're doing one work at a few weeks. It wasn't until start of em pay. Yes, we're actually started to so really take effect. So Edward and I started working together on a program or I caught was coaching through Edward program called metabolic precision, and it's basically I was teaching Edward how to form new habits and eat them. Figured that was going to sustain his weight loss and and and new goals that he had for himself at the end of 2017 slash January of 2018. So that's when you really started to work on your lifestyle habits and everything definitely but up until then just kind of just haphazardly training the whole way through so that took a while. Yeah, but if you join the gym a lot of people to join gyms and spend your wheels and you guys are sitting at home might be one of them. I've seen so many people and you might have to I mean that you see they say them for a while and then they just disappear disappear because they may be over training. They've tried to go hard too fast. They they're not seeing the results they want because there are only focusing on the exercise portion. They're not doing the right type of exercise. There's a multitude of platitude like reasons that can happen because people just try to do too much or they do the wrong thing, but there's so much information out there as well. So what would you recommend Thursday? I'm on that may just be getting ready to sign up a gym or is thinking that they want to sign up for a gym, but they're scared..

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"edward" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"edward" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Hey, they're redesigned Community Jackie a look. Just before we get into the episode you're going to notice. There's a little highs and lows as they get further away from the Mike. That is because Adonai actually sharing the same microphone in the same room. So I'm constantly moving the micro train him and me so I thought rather than you listening to my tiring old voice. I would just keep the my ConEd to seem like I'm a little further away. But with that further Ado, I've tried to tweak it for you. So you can enjoy it to the fullest. Let's get into the episode. Welcome back to another episode all the redesign your body podcast. Welcome to she's in one. We are somewhere in the midst of season one with these episodes. I don't know why it's going to actually quite fit but we have a special guest for today. You've already know don't do that. So special guests for you today Edward case a good friend and a client of mine who I've been working with for quite a long time now Edward and I We go way back for about two maybe three years. Now, it would actually about him went from 70 kilos to 104 kilos between 2014 and 2015. He was starting a new job in Corrections. He is a single carer with some very bad eating habits at this point in time. Not only contributed to his unhealthy Lifestyle on top of a massive lack of activity, which was quite unusual to him or for him. Sorry, which will soon find out so we will be discussing what Ed was doing what Dad was training how it was moving eating all of that stuff. You're going to get it all so Ed. Welcome to the show. How are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm quite. Well, I'm pumped to be here. I'll just let you know we've this maybe like a third take on this episode this podcast is not perfect. We try to reserve a table. The audio quality was crap and we're here to give you the best quality.

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"edward" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"edward" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"He lives and writes in the home where Danielle Steele. PROUDER I to breakfast. Breakfast novels. The words actually breakout novels. So. Edward Welcome to the world shapers. Hey. How are you good to have Likud to have this time with you today? I like your first name. The I Edward I've done in on the PODCASTS. So are you see Edward? Are you an ED or an Edward? I right under Edward. Online but people that know me. Call Me Ed unless they knew me in high school. Then I'm Eddie, so it's one easy way to tell when somebody knew me by what they call me see I used to be ad in high school, but then when I got to college. people you know across the campus would be yelling. Any noise and I just kept turning around so finally I was like okay. Can we just be Edward and It just worked out that way, but yeah I mean I know, and of course my mother when she's upset with me, would call me Eddie. So I have those those three. Personalities as well. Yeah. I was I was always Eddie right up until I started working for a newspaper and then I decided. My byline has Eddie, will it? I was only twenty when I graduated university and started working as a newspaper reporter and I decided. I needed to seem older than I was. So I went from Eddie to Edward at that point, and it's been my my proper byline ever since smart. So. We're GONNA. Talk about your your series. which started with Alexander Ex and But before we get to that, and of course, the real focus of this podcast is on your creative process will use that as an example of your creative process, but before we do that, there's A. Kind of a cliche on the world shapers, and someday I'm going to put reverse on it. I'M GONNA. Take you back into the mists of time. And find out how you got started at all this like you I know you grew up in in Connecticut..

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"edward" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"edward" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"edward" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"edward" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Zimmerman and Jason Epstein. Who He knew from Harvard Epstein soon offered him a job at the art department at Doubleday Anchor in New York City. He started out doing paced up and corrections of other people's work and eventually started designing book covers. He was good at it and he was efficient which left him time to work on his own projects and to do additional work as a commercial illustrator in his own work. He was primarily drawing in black and white because he knew from his day job that it would be hard to find a publisher for full color illustrated books at the time but the covers that he was drawing while at anchor. Usually we're in color often with subtle muted tones. There are people who've written whole papers about Edward Gorey's use of color on the book covers. He was drawing for publishers especially since his own his own books are so often in black and white. Gorey's first book which was the Unstrung Harp or Mr Erase writes. A novel came out in Nineteen Fifty. Three this is about a frustrated man. Trying to write a novel it's the closest to an autobiographical work probably of all of his work. The listing attic followed in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Neither of these books sold particularly well there and later on. Gory bought up copies that he found on remainder tables to give them as France's presence. Soon after moving to New York gory found one of his truly great loaves. And that was the New York City ballet under the helm of its founder. George Balanchine. Gory had been to the ballet before he had gone as a child in Chicago. But after attending a few performances in the nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty three season he started attending more and more of Balanchine's productions until starting in nineteen fifty six. He was attending literally every performance. This took dedication apart from the obvious that is a lot of ballet to his hand. At Christmas time it meant attending nearly forty performances of the nutcracker granted an interview with him where the interviewer was like. Please explain this to me. How are you able to sit through thirty nine performances of the nutcracker laughing so hard I feel like should one day? Someone attempt to write a biography of me would be like and she saw star wars thirty seven in the so. I understand a little bit how you could go see the nutcracker forty times in a row well it was forty times that are row for like years and years in a row like he did it every season and then be saved all of his ticket stubs from all of these trips to the ballet. He loved the ballet. So much. That in Nineteen Seventy. He wrote the LAVENDER. Leotard or going to the New York City ballet in this initially came out in playbill as part of the celebration for the Bally's fiftieth anniversary when the lavender leotard came out as its own standalone book Edward Gorey hand painted covers for its first run addition because the printer had not been able to match the exact right shade of lavender. This is how dedicated he was to the New York City Ballet. I love him so much. Gory wrote one other book explicitly about ballet during his career. The Gilded Bat which came out in nineteen sixty six but the influence of ballet is clear in his other works as well. The people he draws often have turned out toes elongated extended poses and even when something terrible is happening to them a sort of graceful presence on the page on nights. When Gory wasn't going to the New York City ballet he was often at the opera or the movies and he became a very recognizable presence around New York City. He typically war a full length for coats over jeans shirt and Converse sneakers and he wore a lot of very heavy jewellery especially rings. A lot of which was made out of iron or brass was very recognizable person. So if you WANNA throw together a fun. Halloween costume go is Edward Gorey. It's pretty easy to put together. And it's kind of nerdy and cool He also started accumulating the books that would eventually grow into his own personal library. During this time he loved to read any tended to come back home with a book anytime he left the House. A particular favorite was Agatha Christie. Who He had been reading and rereading since childhood he also loved Jane Austen describing her as his idol. Another favourite was anthony trollop although he did not revisit trump's work very much as he got older and he also loved poetry particularly the work of W H Auden. He did not love everything he read though and he was very candid about authors and actors and anyone else that he did not particularly like so he made no secret of the fact that he despised nearly everything by Henry James in spite of the fact that he had drawn the cover art for some of Henry. James's books there is a little sign in the Edward Gorey House today. That says please know Henry Tapes in the Edward Gorey House love it. So Much Gorey's New York City apartment also became home to a number of cats many of them named after characters in mercy's sake Shaquille Booze eleventh century Japanese novel the tale of Ganji another lifelong favourite work of literature throughout this time in New York City. Gory was writing and illustrating his own books. Even though most people remember him for his art he really thought of himself as a writer. I with every line he would think. Can this make a drawing? But he didn't actually start illustrating until he was satisfied with the words and he revises he went. He would get one sentence exactly right before he moved onto the next one in nineteen fifty. Seven Doubleday published the doubtful guest which carries a lot of the hallmarks of his later. Work a peculiar guest. Who looks a little like a penguin shows up at a mansion inhabited by a that looks somewhere between Victoria and warden? Whatever it is. The guest is ill mannered and weird and it has been bothering the family for seventeen years at the end of the book. The very strange the object lesson came out a year later. I tried to figure out how to sum up the object lesson in a sentence. It's not really possible in some tongs. And it's it's very surreal. It's one of the things that people point to you when they talk about. Surrealist influences on Edward Gorey so in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. The doubtful guest caught the eye of Edmund Wilson. He wrote about it in an article called the albums of Edward Gorey in the December issue of the New Yorker. This brought Edward Gorey a lot more attention than he had before and it was the first time a lot of people had ever heard of him. Although at this point he was creating so many book covers for Doubleday Anchor that they almost certainly seen something he had drawn before. Nineteen fifty nine was also when gory left. Doubleday anchor to serve as art director at looking Glass Library which set out to repackage classic works for Children. In addition to being the art director he helped select some of the twenty eight books that were ultimately published and he did illustrations for a few of them. The most famous was his illustrated war of the worlds which came out in nineteen sixty. He also illustrated a book of Ghost. Stories called the haunted looking glass and he also chose the stories themselves for that one looking glass library folded in nineteen sixty two and gory started doing some work for other publishers. As well as working freelance including designing advertisements he also started granting permission for his existing illustrations to be used in other work. One example from later in his career is an end of life. Planning booklet called. Before I go you should know my funeral and final plans. Which was distributed by funeral? Consumers Alliance sorta seems perfect for Edward Gorey to have agreed to Also in one thousand nine hundred eighty two the much beloved the Gash Lee Chrome Chinese debuted as part of a three volume work called. The vinegar works three volumes of moral instruction which also included the insect God and the West Wing. The gas leak chrome Chinese has never been out of print that same year. Nineteen sixty was a big year. Edward Gorey and Francis selloff launched the fantastic press stella was founder of the Gotham Book Mart. Which is a bookstore. In literary haven that had become the primary distribution point for a lot of coursework. Gotham Book Mart is where gory sat to hand paint all those copies of the lavender Leotard and when it opened an art gallery in nineteen sixty seven. He was one of its first exhibitors. Gory and steal off launched fantine press together because gory had trouble finding a publisher for a lot of what he had written and he wanted a way to publish it himself. The press's first book was the beastly baby. Which was the first word gory had ever tried to publish? It was one of the many books that came out under a pseudonym that was an Anagram or near Anagram of Gorey's own name in this case Audra weary the beasely baby features a big sticky shrieking gurgling. Baby that does horrible things burn the upholstery with acid. According to Gory people so angry. The mothers tore it up and mailed the pieces back to him. I have always contended that. Seeing this book as a kid is one of the reasons I never wanted. Children in the late nineteen sixties. Gory started spending more time on Cape Cod Massachusetts transporting his cats with him back and forth between there and New York City. He was always in New York during ballet season but eventually he would move out to the Cape permanently. We're GONNA talk about that after another quick sponsor break. Here's something good is a new show from the Senate women podcast network and Iheartradio each day. We aspire to bring you the goodness the silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for and share it. Here's something good is a short daily show but offers inspiring stories helpful tips and shared experiences to motivate and inspire. You every day. We're letting you in on the best advice. We've done the news. 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"edward" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"edward" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Through these times. We're living in. It's our host faves playlist yet. These are just some of our personal favorites that we had a particular affinity for end because either stressful and trying times. We tried to stick to the ones that weren't quite as Dour. So hopefully they'll give you a little lift stay safe. Welcome to stuff. You missed in History Class. A production of iheartradio and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Tracy Wilson and I'm holly fine once you have read some of Edward Gorey's books. It is almost impossible to mistake his work for anyone else's unless maybe they are intentionally working in the style of Edward Gorey is black and white pen and ink. Illustrations look almost like engravings. They're just full of hatching cross hatching. The words are lettered by hand and the stories a lot of times unfold through their rhyming couplets or limericks there's some of their verse the plots a lot of times and really ambiguously or they never resolve at all it's this gloomy forboding typically Edwardian world that's populated by bats and Cassen odd creatures and grown-ups who are usually in very glamorous clothing and a lot of children who somehow come to harm one of his most well known books which was an Alphabet. Book called the gas leak. Chinese M is for Maude. Who was swept out to sea and is for? Neville who died on we the other. Tiny's are insulted by bears. They're sucked dry by leeches. Their run through with all. It's all very darkly whimsical. So if you don't know much about Edward Gorey's life. You might imagine the person who did this to be a Dour Englishman with the peak of his career. Maybe sometime in the nineteen twenties thirties. Whose own childhood was marked with a series of tragic deaths but Edward. Gorey was none of those things. No use the delightful. He's going to talk about today. Edward Gorey nicknamed Ted was born. Edward Saint John. Gorrie on February twenty-second Nineteen twenty five in Chicago Illinois. He was the only child of Edward. Leo Gory and Helen Garvey. Who divorced when he was eleven. His father later remarried singer and Guitarist Korean. Amirah who is most well known for being the Guitar Player at Rick's Cafe America and the movie Casablanca Gorey's parents remarried one another in nineteen fifty two already kind of whimsical and the family had predominantly Irish roots with ancestors on both sides emigrating to the United States in the mid to late nineteenth century. Although his father was Roman Catholic and his mother was Episcopalian. Gory himself wasn't particularly religious. And later on in his life would say that if he was anything he was a daoist. He was also quite precocious and he started drawing before he was even two years old. His oldest surviving drawing called. The sausage train is of the trains that passed by his grandparents house in Chicago and he drew that when he was about eighteen months old. And this is full of oblong shapes that are recognizably trains. But they were also very definitely drawn by a small child so it's not like he just without realistic. Drawings and people went vendor Kim's no I mean it's it is starting startlingly adept for an eighteen month old but still obviously a child's drawing by three Edward Gorey had taught himself to read and by five or six. Sometimes he would say seven and interviews very little bit. He had read two books whose influence on his own work is really obvious. Alice in Wonderland and Dracula. So if you ever read and Edward Gorey Book and said Man. This is like if Allison Wonderland had a baby with Dracula. You're exactly right. That was right and all the gory described his upbringing as very ordinary mid-western Childhood in reality he moved around a lot by the time he left for college. He had at least twelve different addresses including staying with relatives in Florida for a brief stretch after his parents divorce. He was overall a good student and he was bright enough that he skipped first grade but sometimes after changing schools his work would waver a little as he adjusted to a new environment by eighth grade. Gory was drawing illustrations for the school yearbook as well as participating in Typing Club Art Club Shakespeare Club and Glee Club along with serving as assembly. President he also some time in those years learned to play the piano. The most stable period Gorey's education before college was when he was at Chicago's Francis W Parker School. He enrolled there in the ninth grade and he graduated on June fifth. Nineteen forty two in while there. He was clearly interested in art hanging out with a click of other artistically inclined students and participating in his school our show in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine reportedly his senior yearbook had no photo of him but a blank spot where he draw himself in when people asked. Gory was offered several college scholarships when he graduated from high school but World War Two was underway by the time he got out of school and he was drafted into the United States. Army he was only able to take a couple of classes at the Art Institute of Chicago before reporting for duty from nineteen forty-three until after the end of the war he served stateside as a clerk. Spending most of those years at dugway proving grounds in Utah was a testing ground for biological and chemical weapons and countermeasures. Gory did not talk a whole lot about his world. War Two service when it did come up in interviews. He virtually always mentioned the dugway sheep incident which took place much later that was in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight incident in which thousands of sheep were killed in western Utah purportedly by nerve agents from the facility. But it was well in the military that gory started writing plays as a way to occupy his time after being discharged from the army. Gory enrolled at Harvard. Which is paid for by the GI? Bill where he majored in art but in French literature. Even though he wasn't majoring in art he continued to both write and draw. He published poems and stories and the campus magazine signature as well as illustrating for the magazine and for other publications at Harvard. Gory became friends and for a couple of years. Roommates with poet Frank O'Hara they decked out their dorm suite with rented furniture and they made it into their own little sullom poet. Donald Hall and other Harvard Graduate is quoted in Harvard. Magazine is saying quote. They gave the best parties. O'hara was definitely the bigger partier of the two young men though so they eventually drifted apart a bit And this'll be an ongoing theme Gorey's life. He was charming and generous. Once you got close to him but he often preferred to be more solitary than social. Gory graduated from Harvard in Nineteen fifty and he stayed in Cambridge Massachusetts for a couple of years after that working in bookstores and helping to start the poets theater. The poets theaters founders and original members. Were all students or recent graduates from Harvard including Alison. Lurie John. Ashbery and Donald Hall. They would stage their own and revival works of poetic drama even though he had been writing poems and since high school and plays since his time in the army. A lot of Gorey's work with the Poets Theater was more as an artist and designer for both the stage and the productions programs and promotional materials. You can still see like scans of old programs that he drew in these years immediately after he graduated. Gory stayed in Massachusetts for a couple of years. Mainly working part time in bookstores before he made the move to New York City and that marked a huge shift in his life and career. And we're going to talk about that more after we pause for a sponsor break support for stuffy missed in history class comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans. Home today is so much more than it was yesterday. But it rocket mortgage home is still about you during these challenging times. We're all experiencing the top priority. Rocket Mortgage is the health and safety of the communities they serve and while things are changing quickly every one thing that will never change is their team's commitment to giving you the best mortgage experience possible. That's why if you need mortgage support. Their team of experts. Is there to answer questions and offer solutions? 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You can play it whenever you want to. For whatever amount of time you want to be long or short it is a game made for adults but it's full of adorable bug characters which are my part of it. They are fighting off slugs in a game that you progress through with a series of ever changing puzzles. This is a unique and exciting experience. That's unlike other puzzle games out there. The game is updated monthly with new levels and events so it never gets old. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Download this five star rated mobile puzzle game on the apple APP store and Google. Play four free that is France without the our best fiends While Edward Gorey liked his work with the poet theater he wasn't able to support himself working part time at Cambridge Bookstores and late. Nineteen fifty two. He designed a couple of book covers as a freelancer for Barbara.

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"edward" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"edward" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Jonah what? This child with Jan you could have gone up there. You could still go. No sweetheart. I'm old woman. Now, I would rather remember me the way I was how do you know, he's still alive? Niger don't know. Not for sure. But I believe he is you see before he came down here. It never snowed and afterwards it did. And if he word up there now, I don't think it would be snowing. Sometimes you can still catch me podcasting in it. She did start a podcast Edward went up to win. We know that right. That's in the movie, right? This is hurricane. They don't draw that line directly. But it's implied. Right. Says was a non guilty. That's her final line that they cut out because they went like audiences. They're not really years ahead of getting this. Hello, everybody. My name's Griffin Newman, David SIMS. Blink check with Griffin David podcast filmography directors who have massive success early on their career given series of blank checks to make whatever crazy passion projects they want sometimes those chicks clear and sometimes they bounce baby. And this is maybe I'm realizing wall, we're covering this other than about Tim Burton. We're talking about the film's timber and the title pod were scissor cast in a four title the title episode. I don't think we've ever covered demography where it goes this long without a bounce. We'll see Cameron maybe James Cameron this business about. But. Yeah. Yeah. In terms of cost expectations. He has he has five without a bounce though. Because Edward is technically about that's what I'm saying. But five without about movies in a row to start your careers. Pretty impressed by five great successes, especially because they get one could argue. Aggressively weirder and weirder even Batman is a very commercial thing to make a movie about right there. Weird movies. Yeah. And then Batman returns being the weirdest. You think we're in this? I think so. Yeah, I think so I think maybe I think this movie can form to the expectations set up by itself. Yeah. No. I I'm with you with fairytale rowers returns is just like what also. Hey, Paul are. All right. But are two hours and twenty. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You can say, well, it's this is like a Frankenstein movie. So we're, yeah, we're we're more ready for like a monster to be in a Frankenstein movie. Yeah. Yeah. I saw I reward. But on the special features they had like the promotional feature where they went to the mall, and they went to people with a microphone and be like after they'd seen the movie four coca this was like the k they put together to like people are wondering who is Edward Scissorhands. And then you see them at the mall, and they're like Edward Scissorhands to good tight over its hands. No, I never heard of him like it's people doing that. And it's like a SuperCup fifteen of walking JC Penney. But that was their whole take is just like you've never met a guy like Scissorhands before. But they've they straight out say, it's Tim Burton's modern take on Frankenstein. Right. They went as far as they could without saying, it's timber remaking Frankenstein. But then the other part of that was the poster for this movie was like him with the butterfly looking like he was about to cry and a tagline is and uncommonly gentlemen. There's well. Okay. Well, there's this. There's this that is the sort of Burton invites you the one that I thought had the butterfly. But I think that was later DVD, right? And then the comedy gentleman one is the one. Dona? What's the tagline on that on the one that's him and profile is there director, Batman and Beetlejuice invites you to me, thank for Beetlejuice. You ready to? I think audience is ready. I think that's a pretty good tagline to just go. Another another kooky hairs, also, right? There was the haircut themed post posters. Edward was here. I have never seen that poster. I believe there's two of them. There's the one with the haircuts in the newsroom with the topiary yet. They really kinda sold this comedy. Sure. And also Christmas movie, which was yeah. But you're right..

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