21 Burst results for "George Bernard Shaw"

Is Youth Wasted on the Young?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | Last month

Is Youth Wasted on the Young?

"So I wrote an essay, my junior year, and I actually think I have it. I can't believe I saved it. I hope I did. And it was all handwritten, and it was never typewritten or anything. And my theme was, I want to prove George Bernard Shaw wrong. So I had learned that George Bernard Shaw said, it's too bad youth is wasted on the young. And my essay was I want to prove sure wrong. That, in my life, youth will not have been wasted on me. Which is a very intelligent point of Shaw, because when you're young, you just don't take life all that seriously, you think you'll live forever, and so on. But I knew I wasn't going to live forever, even as a Jewish high school. And I just thought, I want to make use of the time. I know it's going to fly by. But anyway, I still return to my point. I think the week is the real

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"To win. That's a really good one. I want you to unpack that. Because most of us live in a scarcity mindset. And yet we are designed to be altruistic. And many of you are listening, maybe not know this, but we talk, I always talk about sugar and the biological addiction of sugar and obviously heroin and cocaine and drug. We know all about this sort of pathway of dopamine and addiction and these substances. But what's also true is that altruism and giving lights up the same area of the brain is heroin or cocaine or sugar, and it's a lot healthier for you and the side effects are all good ones. So talk about this whole idea of winning at the game of giving. Because it's not typically how our societies structured or how we think it's all about individualism, it's all about every man for himself. It's all about getting what you can at the end of the day. The guy with the most toys wins. It's all this stuff that we have in our culture and it's so destructive. And yet you're in the upside down and creating a new model for how to think about being together in the world. Well, the quote you think you said it was George Oliver. It's the unreasonable man. George Bernard Shaw, yeah. I'm sorry, George Bernard Shaw. It's the unreasonable men and women. There's no man that did anything of scale and meaning by himself. That's a total made up construct. So starting with the idea that in the haga curry, one of the philosophy books of the samurai it talks about how relying on one man's knowledge is like a tree without roots. And so the idea that you can get deeply passionate about a topic, so a conversation with anyone in that field is pleasurable. And then you can really just ask questions and build your own expertise in every aspect of your life. I think I was lucky enough to spend a little time with hicks and Gracie who is one of the grand masters of the Gracie jiu-jitsu family, Brazilian jiu-jitsu family. He wrote a great book called breathe that's just all about his breathing practice and how he would maintain a lower heart rate through these world title fights. And the way that he put it, the way that he talked about a few of these things that I thought were really powerful and beautiful. First, I'll just tell you, he would do these deep breathing exercises before he would go up for a fight and he would think about lowering his heart rate. And so when he was at 80 beats per minute,.

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Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:53 min | 6 months ago

Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'

"To ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

04:14 min | 8 months ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"After the last 18 months, there's a real chance we could tip into a sort of cynical permafrost. Now, I'm going to guess that there might be some proud cynics in the audience today, and you might be thinking, good. More people should turn to the dark side. Optimism might feel nice. So we'd calling tiramisu a health food, but we don't get to go around believing whatever we like. George Bernard Shaw tells us that the power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who haven't got it. A 107 years later, the cartoon philosopher Lisa Simpson taught us that his intelligence goes up, happiness goes down. Maybe hope does too. Maybe cynicism is the price of being right. Most people think so, 70% think cynics are smarter than non cynics. 85% think they would make better lie detectors. Most people are wrong. It turns out that cynics tend to perform less well than non cynics on cognitive tests. They earn less money, and they lose more often in negotiations. They're not even good at spotting bad guys. In one study, researchers conducted mock job interviews, asking half the candidates to lie and have to tell the truth. Cynics and non cynics watched videos of these interviews and guess who is lying? And cynics did way worse. More generally, they assume liars are everywhere, so can't pick real ones out of the crowd. So, cynicism might not be as smart as you think it is, but it's still powerful because our stories about each other become self fulfilling. Cynics are more likely to refuse intimacy and cooperation. They hurt others to avoid being hurt. They tend to spy on their colleagues and suspect their friends and other people unsurprisingly react badly. Sometimes acting selfishly in response. In other words, by mistreating others, cynics create the exact conditions they fear. They tell a story full of villains and end up living in it. I call this the cynicism trap, and my lab explores ways that people fall into it. In one study, we ask people how happiness works. Some thought that it's a zero sum game, meaning that as one person's happiness goes up, another down. Now, they're wrong. It turns out that when we act generously towards others, that tends to increase our happiness. But cynics acted on their illusion when given chances to help strangers, they were less likely to do so. They ended up less happy as well. By hoarding well-being, they lost out on one of its key ingredients. Other people. In other work, we asked Republicans and Democrats, what it would mean to empathize with the other side. Some people saw politics as a war, and that empathy would be as useful as bringing cotton candy to a gunfight..

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on Talk About Talk

Talk About Talk

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on Talk About Talk

"Com website. So while you're listening you can just keep doing whatever you're doing driving or walking or housework or whatever. You don't have to take notes. Because i do that for you. Okay let me start with this. Think in your mind for a minute about communication. What do you think about well when most of us think about communication. We're thinking about talking. Not listening am irate. The talking part comes naturally the listening part not so much. Well if you listen to podcasts. Then at some level you probably get it. That listening requires focus and it's an effective way to learn. that said. Listening is not easy as playwright. George bernard shaw says. The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has taken place..

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on The Good Morning! I Love You! Show with Tom Booker

The Good Morning! I Love You! Show with Tom Booker

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on The Good Morning! I Love You! Show with Tom Booker

"Positive stuff that helps start your day off right. My oh my oh my. I'm getting a late start this morning. Sorry about that. But this morning I turned off my alarm and went right back to sleep. And when I woke up, the sun was out and the day started without me. Even though I'm a little later than usual this morning, I still have something that I want to tell you, and that good morning, I love you. It's Thursday, dear listeners, and I don't know about you, but even though my day hasn't started off the way I planned, I'm still gonna do what I can to make this my best Thursday ever. Because why not? I'm going to be here for this Thursday, no matter what. So I might as well make it a good one. Now I realize that some people might listen to my podcast and think that it's just a bunch of toxic positivity. To those people I would say, don't listen to my podcast. I do this podcast every day because it makes me feel good. And I'm hoping that it makes other people feel good too. But my days seemed to go better when I start off with a heaping helping of toxic positivity. And if you don't like listening to my podcast, don't worry. It's a very simple problem to solve. Just stop listening to my podcast, and I can assure you that I won't listen to your toxic negativity podcast. As I said before, it's Thursday. That means that it's throwback Thursday on the good morning I love you show. That means that this is the day of the week where we reach out to someone from our past who has helped us in some way. And tell them that we love them that we appreciate them and that we are glad that they are in our lives. Who are you going to reach out to on this throwback Thursday? I think that I'm going to reach out to my old friend Mary Jo. It's been too long since we've spoken, and I want to make sure that we keep in touch. Our quote for today comes from Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw. George once said, life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself. There you have it dear listeners. Now let's go out there today and continue to create ourselves whether we overslept or not, because life is a marathon, not a sprint. And sometimes you just oversleep. But before you go, I've got something that I want to tell you. And that's good morning. I love you..

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

04:29 min | 10 months ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"Hope your partner you. How are you having the accuracy to do that. Oh okay so in eighteen fifty five. The first rubber condom was produced The invention of vulcanized rubber by charles Year eighteen thirty five was huge Breakthrough and finally made the manufacturer of condoms scalable and this made for the first time in history people of low incomes. be able to afford condoms and this is what the versus kind of look like. Oh my god it's like a cigar. Condoms had a three month expiry date. They were stick as bicycle. Innertube guys smell. Bu sulphur they were washed rubbed with petroleum jelly and put away in a special wooden box for later use so really just but they're are probably very effective birth control methods actually a linen sheath what is actually going to have like. If it doesn't feel. I mean it doesn't sound like it's bringing any pilot and thin skinned veggies. I put ever the bike. Right now is very triggering. Has more things for you. Well i wanna think british playwright in essays. George bernard shaw called the rubber conduct quote the greatest invention. The nineteenth century against things like syphilis were pregnant. Yes he's not wrong. No it just sounds terrible on so such low like really gonna rub bike. Baikonour petroleum jelly so a gold wishbone stem. Pessaries invented in eighteen. Eighty was used as an interest. Cervical device like basically put it into your cervix and that sat at the end of your cervix in that how effective i mean it looks looks like something. That's orbiting earth rate now funding so an abortion in the early nineteenth century. Bob was controversial and concern at considered largely immoral but it was relatively common. It was widely considered acceptable if it was done for the quickening which is basically before you could feel a. Yeah but that's also arbitrary thing like some people. I didn't feel you're my kids. Move till after twenty weeks. May- maybe run trainings with khan and so we feel it's super early just hasn't where your uterus zan never arbitrary but it is often when women..

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Okay, It's been far too long. We need to go to your cause. Let's stay on the issue of the economy. John in Virginia, John Welcome to America first. Lucy. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you for helping the models. Goodbye. Oh, my trip here, man. There's so many things always untouchable. But what I called about one when I think it's Friday, I heard a sound bite of our illustrious president commenting about all these jobs that we lost last year and look at the jobs that were producing and I thought it Directly now just to the pyromaniac firefighter that runs around and he thought such these buildings on fire and then responds with the Fire department puts the Mass and expects to be praised for his brave and Valorous service. After he's the one that created all the problems. No. Hey, if you look if you look at where the economy wasps before the China virus And where it could be today if it had never arrived. And this guy is taking taking credit. By the way, John for job creation figures that are 600,000 jobs short off the target. His own administration was Was planning for then you realized, you know, your your analogy of the arsonist on the firefighter is is well taken. Thank you very much, sir. And I mean, just it is surreal listening, Tonto, that man any time he's at the podium and well, look, it's more than that. You you realize he's blathering on right now the 100th anniversary event for the Tulsa race, a massacre You realized the guy's not there. He's struggling, squinting at the order. Q. He's just a senile old man. Thank you, John. Stay safe out there. Let's go to our good buddy Brent in Los Angeles waiting patiently, Brandt. Welcome to America first. Lessons. Dear Gorka. Thank you, My friend. Did you have a peaceful and blessed Memorial Day weekend? Very thoughtful and reflective, Good. And but I wanted to honor yesterday's Memorial Day by joining it with Joan of Arc's martyrdom and by offering and elevating and a noble in movie more relevant today than when released, But it's so Friday. I'll take it. Go ahead. What do you recommend for us? Well, I tried to call in on Friday and I realized you were off smoking cigars and blowing off ammo. So I like to do that as often as I can. But this is a movie was released in 1957 when Hollywood was still heroic, and the movie is Saint Joan. Produced by Auto Preminger's Preminger. Fabulous Yes, is that Is that the one with Ingrid? Ingrid Bergman? No, it's not. This is with jeans Sieberg, Richard Widmark and John Gill. Good Wow, That's a cost. And in my opinion, it's the most sublime and significant film rendition of Joan that there is It's brilliant, insightful screenplay is adapted from George Bernard Shaw's play and Inspires us with the courageous, saintly 17 year old maiden. And by God in 14 29 to do battle with the Solis Lee corrupted political jurisprudential and theological structure of her time, not unlike we're facing today. Yeah, we we need We need some courage like that. That's a fabulous recommendation. I'm grass we're doing all week. My wife is traveling. So I think I know what I'll be watching tonight. Thank you. Bread. Auto. Prem itches..

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Imagine Large Sensor Computational Photography

The Digital Story

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Imagine Large Sensor Computational Photography

"I recently published a piece on medium dot com titled. The case against full frame. Now the point of the article was that major camera manufacturers are relying least currently anyway. On the brute force of large sensors while smartphones are using machine learning to advance their cause. So in other words, I feel like we're in a real brains versus brawn kind of scenario here. And it got me thinking what if we had both? We saw a glimmer of what that could be with Olympics in the em one mark three in the EM X.. Combining computational photography with a larger sensor? Necessarily a full frame sensor but one bigger than in a smartphone for sure and aside from the specific processors in engines required to make this happen, we would need software to sort of pull it all together. And it seems to me that the pro raw format seems like a reasonable bow to tie everything up. Now. The thing about raw as we all know. It's kind of dull on its own. I mean we've met people like that as well. Right and a great potential. There's a lot you can pull out of them but. A lot of times when you first meet them, they just sit there. And kind of what a raw file does. And we can apply profiles to these raw files to you know have a better starting point light room does a good job of this capture when pro does a wonderful job of this so that the first thing that you see on your screen isn't so dull and flat sorta gets the conversation rolling bit gives us a little bit more of a palatable starting place. But what if we could go beyond the simple profiles? To computational versions that presented us with? Images that knocked our socks off I just like bang. So you upload the images to your computer and you open them up in whatever light room capture when pro and they start flashing on your screen and you're just going oh my gosh, those are beautiful. I mean that would be so cool and then knowing that their raw files as well. Because that would be the NEAT thing about this scenario, this melding of technologies. We would have the added benefit. Of being able to adjust those initial presentations with non-destructive tools. So, let's say that in this happens with my iphone shots all the time I take the shot and I'm looking on screen I'm going that's a lot better than I had anticipated. But at the same time going. Personally, I would like to deepen the shadows just a bit on this one. I'd like a little bit more contrast and the white balance is just a hair too warm I. WanNa cool that off. You know. So even though you have this really interesting shot that you're looking at her shows up initially on the screen, each of us has kind of our own thing that we want to do to it because well, we're photographers and that's what we do. We have a vision and we want that vision to be represented in the shots that we take. And, that's the big problem with just straight computational photography in that is not really our vision. It's the algorithms vision of that shot, which is fine. You. You can't mess up in a sense writing always always have a presentable shot. But if we're trying to do something that is us than well, that isn't it? In. That brings us back to the allure of pro raw. In the sense that we start out with something that's really nice. And yet we can do our own thing to it as well. Wow What a NEAT thought right. Remember George Bernard Shaw's quote that youth is wasted on the young. While I'm starting to understand a little bit more about what he meant now but to put it into photography terms, I would say that machine learning is wasted on the small. and. When I say small I mean small sensors right why do we have to choose between smarts in muscle right? Why? Why can't there be a melding of these two things? So, while you ponder that that very deep thought and let me say that again just in case you missed the sheen learning is wasted on the small. This is how I'm feeling these days.

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Turns out summer Satanists you know nice and the things that they're saying to this woman that we couldn't care are just horrifying just truly horrifying when are you going to wake up average Democrats when are you going to wake up what the is it going to take before you realize you're in bed with the devil you are in bed with the devil you are in bed with with truly frightening individuals it Leuenberger is suggesting basically what what George Bernard Shaw did let me play George Bernard Shaw I don't understand it the number of people who live on I think it would be a good he to make everybody you come before a properly appointed well I just he might come before the income tax commission Hey Emily I need you the seven year are just putting that out and see that that will be kind enough to justify you if you're not producing as much as you he mark we cannot use your organization of ours this because you are not being handicapped okay was celebrated celebrate he still is celebrated he's still celebrated and that grows more chilling every year yeah every year that passes that grows more chilling because we are moving in that direction again this is the guy who came up with there's got to be some sort of a mechanism as some sort of a a chamber we could put in an area eight odorless gas could be it ministered to those people that we no longer need to use yeah he wanted to kill people who just wanted but he wanted to do it painlessly of course come on little mainly a little gas chamber never heard anybody ask you you know you just go to sleep and then your your dad yeah yeah you stay asleep I mean that that is when you gonna wake up Democrats when are you gonna wake up and see the path that you're on I mean I really feel like I really feel like you were reading the Bible reading the newspapers I read the Bible you're like wait yeah don't they remember just forty years ago seventy years ago eighty years ago hundred fifty years ago we did this this and this and remember what happened I mean we don't connect they never connect the dots never connect the dots never connect the dots and that's why the same things repeat and that's what that's why that's why I never forget has been so bastardized now yeah it's been it's it's a joke when you can Bloomberg it what we'll see tomorrow it how how how stunned they were by a guy who is sold elitist that he called farmers essentially morons right we we heard from a pretty smart one earlier I thought the farmer yeah the armor I thought was very intelligent yeah he was good well he knew the four step plan yeah he did he did in most pharmacies ground cover with dirt put water on it and the corn pops out what I'd done was I forgot the process is what I'd done was was I put the dirt in the whole first and then I took the seat not edit it to cede no nothing girl you know a lot more that's funny I did the process he said Bob put the corn in the hole with water now what happened no there are no and complicated for us do you know if it was that easy Michael if it was truly that easy there'd be no starvation there was no starvation none none it's a little more complex than that and I can't wait to see if Democrats call about for that tomorrow I think they will just because they're trying to win yeah the only right say they don't care and they agree with him on all of it yeah I was thinking I was thinking about this because there's a new poll out today that has Michael Bloomberg at nine I saw that percent thirty one percenters nineteen for Bloomberg second place for Bloomberg yeah I think I kinda want Bloomberg to be their nominee mainly because I want to hear them justify why it's okay for them to support a billionaire whose bye election yeah I want to hear them argue with all of their points for six months I just want to do it because its allies I I everything they've said they believe in they're gonna have to disagree with devoted to support this guy yeah and I wanna just bask in it every day so here's the problem with tomorrow I have the special on corona virus yeah a little hair raising really everything's gonna turn out okay is that the everything's good everything's good yeah I'm sure that's what it is everything's gonna be expecting to go back to zero really soon yeah it's gonna be great anyway as I'm doing this hi we have not added into an ice I said we have to at least add a couple of paragraphs to the economic impact of the corona virus if the corona virus just impacts Asia and China already India is coming to a screeching halt aspirin is four hundred percent more expensive in India today than it was three months ago four hundred percent aspirin aspirin as an analgesic here correct no no analgesic no because India gets almost all of their drugs from China and China is not producing their their companies were supposed to go online last week now it's this week we still don't know apple had to downgrade to their their first quarter expectations if they're saying that if this goes on for another month and India it's already on the on the down side of of the economy in India really bad if that's really takes hold now in India it could slip the entire world just the economic impact of this don't be careful on what you wish for on any one because if this economy slides into the sinkhole by summer remember bear Stearns went out in June or July and we didn't really have the financial impact Intel October October in September is when the financial crash really hit and it was over adverb George bush is one of those things that when you talk like this and I and I think all the stuff is possible right it could be something that's totally out of control the president and everything else with the economy crashes you know the American people are not gonna be engaged enough to understand I think the difference I mean they're all like put in you know seeds in holes in the putting water on top and corn pop and I don't know so it that's why I really am legitimately I have a routing interested that it's not Bernie Sanders as their nominee because god forbid it gets onto a one on one and something dramatic happens it's out of everybody's control Bloomberg he's going to say is Sanders will say this we tried this is imminent it is not working right it's not working and then you have a socialist president again Bloomberg is really would be a horrifically awful president but he's got he's different examiners man lot of baggage yeah and he's also been there all beatable I mean centers I think is maybe the most beatable but Sanders if he gets control of this country is uniquely terrible he is a he is a bit different than all these other candidates the only one who's really close close to miss probably Warren Evans tires and that I think can warrant it doesn't I think Warren and Bloomberg are closer portable over have a different that is a very similar view yeah they're both intellectual dresses progressives that believe that they should get there more fascistic I think in Bloomberg is more friendly to capitalism yes then it Warren is the Warren again came from that background I mean she she really hurt her history is the exact stuff they talk about it when they complain about capitalism and she was the one who is writing the rules what about this with Peter Schweitzer on on the show the other day you know she was on writing the rules for all of these outside organizations and inviting them to come in and say Hey you should write these rules so she was she was doing all the things she complains about now she knows them because she did them where you know so but she's also very close to a socialist he really Bernice a different category that this is a conflict he's a god wants it yeah he wants communism yeah we could meet people say always a democratic socialist the democratic socialists well that's what he's saying now yeah I wasn't saying that for the past fifty years now he said it without qualifiers free really freaking long time yeah until we get this close to the presidency and all the sudden he was a democratic socialist all the sudden it was a little bit different any priest Soviet communism Cuba Cuba Venezuela all of it he loves it yeah she will he is a communist he is a communist the because he is he has not met a communist regime that he didn't like he finds fault in everything American the free market does he does not find fault in communism it's just well that's not really communism that's not really socialism that's what he says when millions die yeah you're right he is Bloomberg however is much more of a fascist Bloomberg is the guy who will I mean it in the end they both would they'd have to do is if the things began to fall apart but Bloomberg's the guy who will first come for your guns he'll come home he's he talked about that absolutely he has the climate yeah absolutely stranded on both of those in in the name of the climate he'll do anything anything.

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Turns out summer Satanists you know nice and the things that they're saying to this woman that we couldn't care are just horrifying just truly horrifying when are you going to wake up average Democrats when are you going to wake up what the is it going to take before you realize you're in bed with the devil you are in bed with the devil you are in bed with with truly frightening individuals it Bloomberg is suggesting basically what what George Bernard Shaw did let me play George Bernard Shaw I don't understand it the number of people who live on it I think it would be a good he to make everybody you come before a properly applied well I he might come before the income tax commission Hey everybody hi yeah the seven yeah yeah put him back and see on that now would you be kind enough thank you if you're not producing as much as you mark then yeah it is we cannot you will be gone and I hi this you were nice because you are the knight has not been and the cavs okay was celebrated celebrate he still is celebrated yeah he's still celebrated and that grows more chilling every year yeah every year that passes that grows more chilling because we are moving in that direction again this is the guy who came up with there's got to be some sort of a mechanism as some sort of a a chamber we could put in an area a odorless gas could be it ministered to those people that we no longer need to use yeah you want to kill people who just wanted but he wanted to do it painlessly of core come on little mainly a little gas chamber never heard anybody that you know you just go to sleep and then your your dad yeah yeah you stay asleep I mean that that is Winnie gonna wake up Democrats when are you gonna wake up and see the path that you're on I mean I really feel like I really feel like we were reading the Bible read in the newspapers like read the Bible you're like wait yeah don't they remember just forty years ago seventy years ago eighty years ago a hundred fifty years ago we did this this and this and remember what happened I mean we don't connect they never connect the dots never connect the dots never connect the dots and that's why the same things repeat that's what that's why that's why I never forget has been so bastardized well yeah it's been it's it's a joke when you got the Bloomberg it what we'll see tomorrow it how how how stunned they were by a guy who is sold elitist that he called farmers essentially morons hate me we heard from a pretty smart one earlier I thought the farmer yeah the armor I thought was very intelligent yeah he was good well he knew the four step plan yeah he did he did in most pharmacies ground cover with dirt put water on it and yeah and the corn pops out what I'd done with doctor got the process is what I'd done was was I put the dirt in the hole for and then I took the seat not edit it the seed no nothing girl no blood work that's what it is I did the process he said Bob put the corn in the hole with water now what happened no there are no and complicated process so you think do you know if it was that easy Michael if it was truly that easy there be no starvation our vacation none yeah none it's a little more complex than that and I can't wait to see if Democrats call about for that tomorrow I I think they will just because they're trying to win yeah the only right say they don't care and they agree with him on all of it yeah I was thinking I was thinking about this because there's a new poll out today that has Michael Bloomberg at nine I saw that percent thirty one for Sanders nineteen for Bloomberg second place for Bloomberg yeah I think I kinda want Bloomberg to be their nominee mainly because I want to hear them justify why it's okay for them to support a billionaire who's buying the election yeah I wanna hear them argue with all of their points for six months I just want to do it because it's guys I I everything they've said they believe and they're gonna have to disagree with devoted to support this guy yeah and I want to just bask in it every day so here's the problem with tomorrow I have the special on corona virus yeah a little hair raising really everything's going to turn out okay is that the everything's going great is that the conclusion everything's yeah I'm sure that's what it is everything's gonna be expecting to go back to zero really soon yeah it's gonna be great anyway as I'm doing this we have not added into when I I said we have to at least at a couple of paragraphs to the economic impact of the corona virus if the corona virus just impacts Asia and China already India is coming to a screeching halt aspirin is four hundred percent more expensive in India today than it was three months ago four hundred percent aspirin is it asking for secure corona no no no analgesic no because India gets almost all of their drugs from China and China's not producing their their companies were supposed to go online last week now it's this week we still don't know apple had to downgrade to their their first quarter expectations it they're saying that if this goes on for another month and India it's already on the on the down side of of the economy in India it really bad if that really takes hold now in India it could flip the entire world just the economic impact of this don't be careful on what you wish for on any one because if this economy slides into the sinkhole by summer remember bear sterns went out in June or July and we didn't really have the financial impact in till October October and September is when the financial crash really hit and it was over verb George bush's one of those things that when you talk like this and I and I think all the stuff as possible right it could be something that's totally out of control the president and everything else with the economy crashes into the American people are not gonna be engaged enough to understand I think the difference I mean they're all like put in you know seeds in holes in the bottom water on top and corn pop and I'm so it that's why I really am legitimately I have a routing interested that it's not Bernie Sanders as their nominee because god forbid it gets onto a one on one in something dramatic happens it's out of everybody's control Newburgh high he's gonna say is Sanders will say yeah this we tried this is imminent right it's not work and then you have a socialist president again Bloomberg is really would be a **** rific Lee awful president but he's got a he's for examiners man lot of baggage yeah and he's also been there all beatable I mean centers I think is maybe the most beatable but Sanders if he gets control of this country is uniquely terrible he is a he is a different than all of these other candidates young ones really close close to ms probably Warren and means tires and that I think can Warren would does realize I think Warren and Bloomberg are closer portable over have a different that is a very similar view yeah they're both intellectual air dresses progressives that believe that they should get their more fascistic I think in Bloomberg is more friendly to capitalism yes then it Warren is the Warren again came from that background I mean she she really her her history is the exact stuff they talk about it when they complain about capitalism and she was the one who is writing the rules but this with Peter Schweitzer on on the show the other day you know she was on writing the rules for all of these outside organizations and inviting them to come in and say Hey you should write these rules are Jews she was doing all the things she complains about now she knows that because she did the home where you know so but she's also very close to a socialist he really Bernice a different category that this is a conflict he's a god wants it yeah he wants communism yeah because you eat people say always a democratic social as the democratic socialist well that's what he's saying now yeah I wasn't saying that for the past fifty years now he said it without qualifiers free really freaking long time yeah until we get this close to the presidency and all the sudden he was a democratic socialist also there was a little bit different any priest Soviet communism acute haven't killed was an S. way less all of it he levels of it yeah he will he is a communist he is a communist the because he is he has not met a communist regime that he didn't like he finds fault in everything American the free market does he does not find fault in communism it's just well that's not really communism that's not really socialism that's what he says when millions die yeah you're right he is Bloomberg however is much more of a fascist Bloomberg is the guy who will I mean it in the end they both would they'd have to if if things began to fall apart but Bloomberg's the guy who will first come for your guns he'll come he's not only talked about that Lou he has the climate you absolute extra and it on both of those in in the name of the climate he'll do anything anything.

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Turns out summer Satanists you know nice and the things that they're saying to this woman that we couldn't care are just horrifying just truly horrifying when are you going to wake up average Democrats when are you going to wake up what the is it going to take before you realize you're in bed with the devil you are in bed with the devil you are in bed with with truly frightening individuals it Bloomberg is suggesting basically what what George Bernard Shaw did let me play George Bernard Shaw I don't understand it the number of people who live on it I think it would be a good day well make everybody come before a properly applied well I he might come before the income tax commission and play every year the seven year are just put in there and see now would you be kind enough thank you if you're not you see more than yeah it is we cannot be your organization and ours I think this is a human life because you are really nice has not been any caffeine okay was celebrated celebrate he still is celebrated yeah he still celebrated and that grows more chilling every year yeah every year that passes that grows more chilling because we are moving in that direction again this is the guy who came up with there's got to be some sort of a mechanism as some sort of a a chamber we could put in an area a odorless gas could be it ministered to those people that we no longer need to use yeah he wanted to kill people who just wanted but he wanted to do it painlessly core come on mainly a little gas chamber never heard anybody that you know you just go to sleep and then your your dad yeah yeah you stay asleep I mean that that is Winnie gonna wake up Democrats when are you gonna wake up and see the path that you're on I mean I really feel like I really feel like you were reading the Bible reading the newspapers like read the Bible you're like wait yeah don't they remember just forty years ago seventy years ago eighty years ago a hundred fifty years ago we did this this and this and remember what happened I mean we don't connect they never connect the dots never connect the dots never connect the dots and that's why the same things repeat and that's what that's why that's why I never forget has been so bastardized well yeah it's been it's it's a joke when you got the Bloomberg it what we'll see tomorrow how how how stunned they were by a guy who is sold elitist that he called farmers essentially morons right we we heard from a pretty smart one earlier I thought the farmer yeah the armor I thought was very intelligent yeah he was good well he knew the four step plan yeah he did he did most for the senior ground cover with third put water on it and the corn pops out what I'd done was I forgot the process is what I'd done was was I put the dirt in the hole first and then I took the seat not edit it the seed no nothing girl no blood work that's funny because I did process the step I'll put the corn in the hole with water now what happened no there are no so you think do you know if it was that easy Michael if it was truly that easy there be no starvation there is no starvation none none it's a little more complex than that and I can't wait to see if Democrats column out for that tomorrow I and I think they will just because they're trying to win yeah the only right say they don't care and they agree with him on all of it yeah I was sick I was thinking about this because there's a new poll out today that has Michael Bloomberg at nine I saw that percent thirty one for Sanders nineteen for Bloomberg second place for Bloomberg yeah I think I kinda want Bloomberg to be their nominee mainly because I want to hear them justify why it's okay for them to support a billionaire who's buying the election yeah I wanna hear them argue with all of their points for six months I just what would you do it because it's dies I I everything they've said they believe and they're gonna have to disagree with devoted to support this guy yeah and I want to just bask in it every day so here's the problem with tomorrow I have the special on corona virus yeah a little hair raising really everything's gonna turn out okay is that the everything's good everything's yeah I'm sure that's what it is everything's gonna be expecting to go back to zero really soon the gonna be great anyway as I'm doing this hi we have not added into an ice I said we have to at least at a couple of paragraphs to the economic impact of the corona virus if the corona virus just impacts Asia and China already India is coming to a screeching halt aspirin is four hundred percent more expensive in India today than it was three months ago four hundred percent aspirin and aspirin is it asking for secure corona no no analgesic no because in India gets almost all of their drugs from China and China's not producing their their companies were supposed to go online last week now it's this week we still don't know apple had to downgrade to their their first quarter expectations in there saying that if this goes on for another month and India it's already on the on the down side of of the economy in India really bad if that's really takes hold now in India it could flip the entire world just the economic impact of this don't be careful on what you wish for on any one because if this economy slides into the sink hole by summer remember bear sterns went out in June or July and we didn't really have the financial impact in till October October and September is when the financial crash really hit and it was over George Bush is one of those things that when you talk like this and I and I think all the stuff as possible right it could be something that's totally out of control the president and everything else with the economy crashes you know the American people are not gonna be engaged enough to understand I think the difference I mean they're all like put in you know seeds in holes and then putting water on top and corn pop and I'm I don't know so it that's why I really am legitimately I have a routing interested that it's not Bernie Sanders as their nominee because god forbid it gets onto a one on one and something dramatic happens it's out of everybody's control Newburgh high he's gonna say is Sanders will say this we tried this is the minute right it's not work and then you have a socialist president again Bloomberg is really would be a horrifically awful president but he's got a he's different examiners man lot of baggage yeah and he's also been there all beatable I mean centers I think is maybe the most beatable but Sanders if he gets control of this country is uniquely terrible he is a he is a different than all of these other candidates the only one who's really close close to miss probably Warren and means tires and that I think can Warren but doesn't I think Warren and Bloomberg are closer portable over have a different that is a very similar view yeah they're both intellectual dresses progressives that believe that they should get their more fascistic I think in Bloomberg is more friendly to capitalism yes then it Warren is the Warren again came from that background I mean she she really her her history is the exact stuff they talk about it when they complain about capitalism and she was the one who is writing the rules what about this with Peter Schweitzer on on the show the other day you know the shoes on writing the rules for all of these outside organizations and inviting them to come in and say Hey you should write these rules so she was she was doing all the things she complains about now she knows them because she did them where you know so but she's also very close to a socialist he really Berne's different category that this is a conflict he's a god and his wants it yeah he wants communism yeah because you eat people say always a democratic socialist the democratic socialist well that's what he's saying now yeah I wasn't saying that for the past fifty years now he said it without qualifiers free really freaking long time yeah until we get this close to the presidency and all the sudden he was a democratic socialism all the sudden it was a little bit different any priest Soviet communism Cuba Cuba Santa's sleigh Laos all of it he levels of it yeah he will he is a communist he is a communist the because he is he has not met a communist regime that he didn't like he finds fault in everything American the free market does he does not find fault in communism it's just well that's not really communism that's not really socialism that's what he says when millions die yeah you're right he is Bloomberg however is much more of a fascist Bloomberg is the guy who will I mean the in the end they both would they'd have to if if the things began to fall apart but Bloomberg's the guy who will first come for your guns he'll come from these you talked about that Lou he owns the climate you absolute extra and it on both of those in in the name of the climate he'll do anything anything.

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"When I think of that I your question I think of overall just who who was he who is he in the Senate who was the top on on our very first day he brought two pages of his favorite quotations that he had typed out himself and I asked him to read them aloud to me over a very small catalytic cooker so was not a big deal right it's close but we both have the same favorite quote it's not is this the one line but I use now they always makes me think of it from George Bernard Shaw I wanna be all used up when I die and that's what I think of that would add on to you and your wife and I've interviewed me I'm going to ask thank you this is very apolitical SO two parter first you have an unusual first name how did how did you come by it and then second as a kid did you have a nickname and share it with us well my my my mother's father's name is Cher and grew up in Georgia my mother's brother's name is Sherrin my mother's great great grandfather's name sure my mom and dad fighting my mom and dad's family's great grandfather and great uncle fought against each other in the civil war missionary ridge the battle of above the mountains in Tennessee my brother's name is Charlie Brown my father's name is Charlie Brown so I would argue I got the better deal what is Charlie Brown was the comic strips started the year after my brother was born there were a number of Charlie so that's how I that's how I got the name and I I didn't like my name at all I thought was a girl's name I have to have the same and I remember that in school when they in those days they print out you have the printer the print out by computer and say brown there's lots of spaces for brown fur and last name and we have the first five letters of the first name a B. S. H. E. R. R. in the teacher just watching the teacher go to town on that man every time with anyway I wanted to I mean I want to play baseball for the Cleveland Indians again I always blame the man and some people think I'm pro labor and because I always play my dad runs one of fire the manager in the middle of season was never the players fall who is the manager small and they really were bad in those days I'm left handed some people call me left when I play baseball I pitch in high school I was not a star by a long shot but okay so the Rush Limbaugh story sure in two thousand six related to share with me Rush Limbaugh is is after the primary field was clear and share with them he announced on the air that that's because everybody wanted the African American nature rod route two days later I'm at lunch with a friend of the waitress one such as myself I hope if I'm you know my my arctic foxes just because your husband a woman and so I gave a speech two days later I said so you see I mean the more liberal than you thought so we had fun over the years with on his name is interpreted as we have another question from the audience yes right there so I'm a lefty too so I love even more my question is this the first time I've had a chance to ask the senator okay I've called soon many times to apartment and on his recording you says we will get back to you and they never have but my question is is it to no avail when you call an office is there a better use of my time and energy to let them know what I'm thinking and what I want I would never discourage you from doing what you do I think it's really important I think it's important any anyway you know I I've always thought that the more effort something put his foot in the more it counts with an office so if you signed a petition that's just a little too easy but if you write a hand written note that really shows a little more after a little more stress right the belief for want of a better term I I just think you keep doing that and you only have somebody continues disappoint you you work in the field and or work to help them if they if they please what usually so Marcus in but I I I know a number of people that have that have from Portland on speed dial on a call this repeatedly faster faster emeritus yeah so I I just don't think don't give up I think it's really really important he should respond to you he runs a good office most of the time I make it I mean I'm sure some of you have written once or twice that I didn't answer but we always try and along with your longer floors in the back and she lives in quite Ohio and works in this part of the state a number of you know her she's our system state director and she's you know what we really put a high premium on responding and we all should I mean were public servants that's our job so but I I just keep trying to give up sure over here right there thank you much follow up quick I'm sorry go ahead Sherrod brown Pulitzer Prize winning author Connie Schultz his book desk eighty eight well.

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:30 min | 3 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This message. the days of Noah. the apostle Peter said that and god despaired not the Old World. but save no law of the eighth person a preacher of righteousness. breaking the flood bill the world upon the ungodly. the question seems to be. what were those people doing back there that there were so wicked thank god destroyed the world by the flood. this question is especially curious when we consider that the lord Jesus himself said. and as it came to pass in the days of law even so shall it be in the days of the son of man on the eight they drank they married they were given in marriage until the day that Noah entered into the ark and the flood came and took them all away. the account other activities is found in genesis chapter six. the first two verses tell us that the sons of god intermarried with the daughters of men of on the basis of they were fair to look upon. Paul speaks of the question barring only in the lord. when you marry. sure you get your prospective spouse in the lord before you get them in bed. a child of god who marries a child of the devil is going to have trouble with his father in law. verse three says that god said my spirit shall not always strive with man. that is easy to understand. if you knock on someone's door and nobody answers. how long are you want to stand there and knock until you realize nobody's home. god has been knocking on some doors for a long time. that nobody's home. god knows if you let some people live a thousand years they would never answer. in this case he was gracious enough to tell them. he would give them a hundred and twenty years to shape up. and after that you've had it. nor was called a preacher of righteousness and could not count one convert in one hundred and twenty years we are not required to be successful as evangelist we are required only. to be faithful in the proclamation of the word of god. the fourth verse tells us that because of these marriages there were giants in the land in those days. just like the days of law there are giants in the earth now most of the giants now are playing basketball how we love our giants there are John today also another kind. how about the giants of drugs the giants of illicit sex perversion and violence of course we must not forget the other giants. the apostle Paul was a giant. Stephen was a giant. as I look back over the years of my long ministry I remember the old days in Bible college and can truthfully say. there were giants in the land of those days. the fifth verse has an ominous thought. and god saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth. and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. the television program sometimes are structured do stirrer of the evil imaginations of Arafat's continually. the word image you is in the word imagination. god looks into the heart and god sees the images in our hearts. he sees the images in our hearts today. it would be embarrassing if people could see the images the sometimes parade around in our hearts a battle is going on even as we speak for the minds of men. Paul can give us the solution in Carinthia's what he says. although we walk in the flesh. we do not war according to the flesh well the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty through god to the casting down of strongholds casting down imaginations and every high thing that is exalted against the knowledge of god bringing every thought into captivity under the old radiance of Jesus Christ verses six and seven say that god repented that he had made man. and was grieved in his heart. and decided to destroy my under whom he had created. or is eight and nine less of sand on the grace of god. the first time grace is mentioned in the Bible. is the salvation of no law and his deliverance from the flood. god mention the name of no all five times in two verses listen to live. but law found grace in the eyes of the lord. these are the generations of law. nor was a just man and perfect in his generation. and no law walk with god and know of the got three sons Shem ham and Japheth five times Nora Nora Nora Nora Nora. he was eleven and twelve say that god looked upon the earth. the people on the earth might not look up to god. but god was looking down at them. and he did not like what he saw. he said that all flesh had corrupted themselves and the earth was filled with violence. violence and corruption is the best way to describe our lifestyle today so shall it be in the days of the son of man. sounds like ominous words for the present day when we remember. that Peter prophesied that this present world would be destroyed by fire. as the old was destroyed by water. ladies and gentlemen if god spares the present world from destruction promised by Peter. he will have to apologize to the people of Los day for drowning them. we're seventeen give god's plan for destruction god said I will bring a flood of water and destroy all flesh. someone asked George Bernard Shaw the British playwright one time..

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on Those Are Nonsense Words

Those Are Nonsense Words

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on Those Are Nonsense Words

"Now. They're not like a necessity cool next quo. Uh on is the shoot. I don't think this. I don't know it's from oprah. Apparently absolutely that's part is grand vision possible for your life because you you become what you believe who don't even have that quote. This is terrible to the highest grand vision possible for your life because you become what you believe so i can have magical powers become what i believe what you can get into your mind anything yeah. That's dangerous. <hes> i mean schizophrenics. You become what you believe and know you you do you don't you don't also create the highest grand as vision possible your life because you become what you believe the like unhealthy to you. Imagine your life this impossible amazing place then you just start to resent the like little things that are good about your life. Now yeah the little accomplishments yeah get today just fall by the wayside i usually all but i have to achieve this highest grand vision possible full definitively believe this is from the nelson mandela so i don't know if oprah's the i don't know maybe i'm just wrong about the things else definitely entirely possible that these people actually said that however they i saw that they pinned a quote by george bernard shaw that's. I've seen like quoted as anonymous before so i i would definitely question where there anyway. I think i mean we didn't really dig into this quote but i mean we kind of did and i still just don't agree that. You can always become what you believe either <unk>. It's only all get into believing in yourself. Sometimes you shouldn't become what you i believe now. What if you believe your dragon. I could have anything that's really as she like. Some dreams are impeccable because you can't actually turn them into goal like i can't fly. I can't always whatever goes with i personally on an airplane playing maybe i haven't. I know but i get what you're saying. Yeah can't sprout wings and fly away. That's not going to happen in my life but you know if i were like a crazy genetic scientist i could maybe make that happen so maybe you can get the only if you continue to. The highest grand is vision of my life. I am so i so if you think about it that way. She's not wrong or celebrities qlo-quote next week. Next wallet is <hes> the distance from from multimillionaire motivation dot com okay so you know it's legit. It's the distance between your dreams..

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"We're going to beat up a bunch of nazis yeah so but yeah civil discourse my favorite example of civil discourse. If you ever look at g k chesterton debating with george bernard shaw they disagree on every single the thing in the entire world atheist catholic. You know abortion everything down the line. He was all into like eugenics and population control and stuff. Yeah i know george bernard shaw but there's actually transcript of their debates and they start start off debate with this like jolly jovial talk about how much they love the other guy and there's just this joviality to the whole debate they joke with each other congra- clearly love each other and and it's completely impossible to love people and disagree with them <hes>. I really think there's something to the idea yeah that like i may not agree with you politically but i agree with you as a human. I agree with your soul. I think there's people i find that are more left leaning that i see see in their heart like we agree like as far as human beings we care about a lot of the same stuff we want good for people and those are the the people i seek out way more than who angry with politically and other people. I wanna talk about politics more than i don't want to. Just be an echo chamber and i don't wanna talk politics or somebody who's just there there to call me a racist. Amy i wanna talk about it with somebody. Who i know clearly cares and really loves <hes> truth. Yeah oh yeah yeah yeah. That's all i got everything. It's everything dan did. We subtle it. It's all settled personally. It's for me. It's like the internet is almost a really bad place for a lot of this right..

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Refresh the memories of those if you didn't know right here. Many honestly is not paying their fair share great respect for Angela. And I have great respect for the country. My father is German right was German born in a very wonderful place in Germany. So I have a great feeling for Germany. It's called the Bronx stop that's just not area or very cream pie wants to the deli in the Bronx. He was born near German bakery is Natalie said, no his father was born in the Bronx. What he meant to say was his grandfather born in Germany, so I checked it out. Yes. And his grandfather was born in a town called Stadt house and also the they're not the only famous people from college said the Heinz family the ketchup family. Sure there from stop to Trump's a is on the trust student catch. That's right. Yeah. So anyway, I was just googling around. And I came across German folk dancing, which I've been doing all morning long. You have. And you're a big fan of your. I get. Yeah. Because some musics catchy. And the, you know, put your arms in the air. So I just wanna Trump. Like, I said, you know, someday radio station, right and play some German folk music. It's very catchy stuff. Although, you know, what George Bernard Shaw said he said there are two things you should never do in life. Incense incest and folk dancing. Those two things. Oh boy. That's Trump's family theme song. Next time, you see Donald Trump think of.

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We we've got it in front of me. Let me read the quote because I've got it in front of you. This is from George Bernard Shaw in the perfect Wagner. Right. And this dilemma will persist until our governor see that their business is not the devising of laws and institutions to prop up the weaknesses of mobs and secure the survival of the unfit assist. But the. Breeding of men whose wills and intelligences may be depended on to produce spontaneously the social well-being clumsy laws now aim at and miss. The majority of men at present in Europe have no business to be alive. And no serious progress will be made until we address ourselves earnestly and scientifically to the task of producing trustworthy, human material for society, insured. It is necessary to breed a race of men in whom the life giving impulses predominate. Now, look Mandy if I read that to some person on the street and say who said this what was the respondent say Hitler. Yeah. Of course, or perhaps linen, right? Yeah. But this is George Bernard Shaw. This is the this is the godfather of benign democratic socialism. This is where these people are coming from individuals are nothing but tools in the hands of the planners, the state whoever's got the power. Our for those people to mold into whatever they want. It is really scary thing and our goal is to get those facts out as much as we can. I think that when you combine that information with millennials together with the Trump economy, which has getting more and more of them into real jobs. Yeah. Oh. Ended a real positions of responsibility. I think you'll see those people turning around. Well, I appreciate your calling very very much, and I'm gonna put it on my Facebook page as well. I put it on my blog the other day, but I'm gonna put it back on my blog today after just forgot to add it because I'd already put it on there once, but rob keep up the good work and consider us a resource because I am hell bent on. If everything goes to Helena, Handbasket, I'm going to be able to say, I did my part. I tried my hardest. I did everything I could to prevent this tidal wave of idiocy from taking hold in the United States of America. And I know you're gonna feel the same Mandy I think I can speak with every reader with every listener whose Harry this program today and say, thank you. Oh, no problem. I mean, good great. The I have a nine year old daughter. I I'm not gonna lie. Rabbi did Google the best way to survive a socialist takeover? I did Google that. And from what I can tell the best way to survive. It is to lead it because those are usually the. People that end up with anything by the time. It's all over. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I mean, it's like in the Soviet Union, you had people scrambling for, you know, just a privileged to have an apartment without having a lot of relatives with them or that they could they could move up from a studio apartment somewhere in Moscow or to to to a two bedroom or they could get a ration coupons that enabled them to get an extra bar of soap each week. I mean, that's the kind of the kind of scraps people fight for and socialism and enables them to feel more important, I suppose than other people. Get that's a system that's the system for dogs. It's not assistant for human beings. I have noticed that the people who seem to be the loudest self-avowed socialists are the people that are incapable of competing in the free market, whether the free market of ideas or the free market of capitalism. They are incapable or unwilling to do the work that it takes to do either of those things. So their strategy is just to complain about it until they can take the other person's stuff. I mean, ultimately, they're like scavengers. Yeah. A lot of those academics who went to school, and then took a glimpse of the real world and went right back to school and taught at school. And today, of course, most academics are directly or indirectly in hawker to the federal government. You can't really trust too many academic studies anymore because everybody who writes them is is is a government functionary. I mean, that's just that's just reality. So yeah, these are very often people who are just afraid. Yep. Professor, rob Nagelsen. We will talk again soon, sir. Thank you, ma'am. Thank you for making time for me today. And Susan Witkin is and to tell us what's coming up. I forgot to tell about Trump's feeder. Well, now they've heard yes, they have president has issued his very first veto what he's been in office for over two years. Yeah. I very very I basing that he has to do this with a democratic house. I'm just saying. Republican Senate, but still he has said, yeah, we also have the president as talking about the terror shooting in New Zealand's. He's got that. And the very latest from UC health training center and are very brand new quarterback to thirty right here. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM ninety four one FM. Party city.

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:52 min | 3 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You it's going to warm up button and get you the current exact temperature we've been through the ringer as far as cold weather, then get a break is thirty eight. Now feels nice during the day. Today's some morning fog otherwise times of clouds and sun, pleasantly mild afternoon, fifty three Tuesday, fifty seven and Wednesday thirty nine. But a fog don't really see any actual rain. Until wednesday. All right. We're going to go to the phone with our guest James Gerry wit's end. What went is how it works. And why we need it. You ready? I'm ready. We're gonna see what happens here. Donna in Boston. How do you do Donna? You screening for naughty wards. Something naughty words, not it's not just the words, by the way. It's images put together. With naughty words can also get us all in trouble say hi to James, James, James, tell you. This is a very interesting. I wanna put forward Nauta pun this not upon any way. But I think it was witty do both of you know, the movie off the with deadly more. Yes, I've heard of it. Yeah. Oh, you've heard of it. I wish he'd seen it John Gielgud issues. Wow. Would bradley. How would you describe the James before? I get to the witty thing. Personality in the movie. Well, we just I couldn't do it. You have to do it. Okay. He's a playboy. He's not terribly bright squandering money left to various relatives. And John Gielgud is the British actor at one point. He said British accent. Awesome. A wonderful economy with words, I look forward to your next syllable with great eagerness. Of course way to win cells in a soft way and to break sickly say you're not that bright. I thought they think that's funny. Yeah. That'd be wonderful economy with words. I look forward to your next syllable with great eagerness. I think that's a great example of irony like wit, can you can be witty by saying something, which is the exact opposite of what you mean. And what's remarkable about something? Like that is like everybody knows you don't how was dinner. It was remarkable. How was the play was really really interesting and everybody. Is actually feeling exactly the opposite. Yeah. Not he is not listening to the next syllable with great eagerness at all. Which is awesome would shut up. Yeah. Well, John Gielgud is a very a witty very witty actor. Thanks, donna. We have to move onto sandy nice job. Donna Donner, sandy. How do you do? Oh, good evening. This is interesting. Yeah. I have several actually, but I'll just tell you one. I'm not sure if this is a list and Churchill. Similar people. One of them with invited to any again there at the at the end of the evening. He went up to the hostess. Have perfectly wonderful evening. Wasn't it? Yes. That was Churchill in fact, was it. Yeah. Yeah. Churchill so funny. That is that is good. That is good that Churchill also said who he was friends with George Bernard Shaw and George Bernard George Bernard Shaw, the playwright he was friends with Churchill and he said, here's two tickets to the preview of my next play. Winston bring a friend if you have one, and and and Churchill said sorry, I can't make it on the opening night. But I'll come to the the second night. If there is one. Jess, really fast. Churchill is really really Woody guy. Sandy that was pretty good. What else do you got? Yeah pressure is on sandy. Well, this is ABRAHAM LINCOLN. And he is going on a a bridge. That's only wide enough oil and Carrick and at the time there's another carriage coming towards him. So I repeat one has to and so they both cried out and the other one who was rather truculent ABRAHAM LINCOLN. I'm not going to get out of the way, I'm not gonna I'm not gonna get out of the way for full and Lincoln said, well, I will. That's a good one Lincoln was actually really really witty and he'd loved puns. And he was really a great jokester. So he's walking down the street in DC one time with his secretary of state and the secretary of state sees assign like some kind of shop, and it's T are strong. The name of the man who owns that. Shop and Lincoln said t- are strong, but coffee are stronger. Very good. Thank you very much. Sandy. So you can see the Lincoln's mind was working in that same way all the time. And that's the thing about Lincoln and puns like people think if you make puns, you're not being serious. But I think like if you're making puns, you're like extra serious because it even if you're the president of the United States and have lots of responsibility, lots of problems, it means that your mind is kind of alert and working and you're making these connections. And you're you're you're you're paying attention to things as a sign of somebody who has is good at their job because if they can be calm easygoing while doing this very intense job to have time to think of upon about t- instead of worrying about the war that shows that you kind of have your act together. Absolutely, Bernie and Pennsylvania. Hello bernie. Hi. So this is my first ever pawn. Seriously. I just decided I needed to do this. So here goes the banana Super Bowl very appealing. That is a brilliant pun. Congratulations on your first pun being such an excellent one. You've got you've got goods promising career as a wit. Yeah. So your first experience was positive which hopefully will make you feel good about continuing honorary. Okay. Thank you. Wow. Bad that was it. It is intimidating to call the talk radio show. Yeah. It was when I did it, and I do this. I called in one time to another show. I was really nervous. So I and then she put herself right on the line telling a joke like that. Yeah. Some of the great all time greats. And when I say all time, I'm talking as far back as you want to go. All time. Great wits. Yeah. Let's see the Greeks will with the Greeks were witty Aristotle wrote a lot about which you know, he wrote about everything he wrote about science you wrote about literature, and he came up with when he was writing about the like the main characteristic of a witty person he used a the Greek word for like easily turning and that's like or easily twisting, so and his example was Ulysses list season. And. In the odyssey is always getting into trouble. And he's always getting out of trouble by through his wits. He's very clever, and he's very resort resourceful. And he's able to you know, the whole Trojan horse thing is a very witty a witty way to achieve victory. You don't like wit is subtle. And it's kind of you go around the side, you don't instead of attacking run. They put all the soldiers in the Trojan horse and sneak it is about the unexpected. It's about the unexpected. And it's got a little bit of trickery to it. So all the way back to Resto every country every culture all around the world like the ancient Chinese. They were they have lots of stories about the like sages from from ancient China there were very funny. Very witty zen comes out of the Chinese and Chinese all those ancient Chinese Confucius type of. Yeah. But what about the Egyptians? I mean, they did. Right. They wrote everything down any evidence of any width. There didn't seem that way. I don't know. I can't my hieroglyphic. Greeting ability has deteriorated over the years. Sure. Sure. That that right? There is my kind of funny. What would that be called what constructors that by hieroglyphic reading abilities declined over the years? So that's just like riffing riffing part of part of wit is just being able to riff off. Whatever comes your way. And when you're having a conversation or like, like another really good example of riffing is like when you're getting heckled if you're a standup comedian heckled in what you say in response like, you know, it's one thing to deliver your stand up comedy set. You do your fifteen minutes or thirty minutes, or whatever it is. But if people are like, interrupting and insulting you or challenging you. And how you respond to that? That's when you have to improvise in the moment. That's when you have to riff, and that's when your whip kicks in let me share something with you. And the folks. Having a comedian a straight up stand up comedian as a guest usually very difficult. Yeah. It's not really great radio many times. Because why is that? Well, I've given it some thought one is that a lotta times the people don't have great wit. They can tell jokes, but the jokes have they've told them a million times they polish them and they're not really like good on the spot. Yeah. Sometimes also there's something in and I know you're a comedian. But you don't count. Thanks very much breath. President I don't count present company. Excepted what I'm saying, you're era. Comedian have a different stripe. They feel the need to always be funny. Everything they say, they're really pushing it and trying to hide all the time. It doesn't work out. Yeah. You find that to be the case? Well, I mean you mingle with comedians. I'm not like, yeah. I can't like if people are expecting you to be funny than that for me. That's like very hard to do. I much prefer a kind of more free wheeling open like environment like this right where we're just kind of sitting around were shooting. The I can't use that word or could I use that breeze shooting the breeze. Thank you very much. And that's where like wit can happen because like wit is spontaneous. And when you're delivering a joke, and you've you've made up this joke. That's like you have to be really talented to do that. And then deliver it, but it's different from just sitting around shooting the breeze, and in the moment coming up with something another reason that the difficult well related to what I said is that certain insecurity, where they just can't be there not secure enough to just talk. Yeah. Just speak because they. Feel the need to hide behind some joke all the time. But the feedback that they or the like the the way that they measure their successes. A comedian is the laughs that they get. Right. So if they're not getting a laugh, it means, they're not succeeding as a comedian. So that that's like their motivation is to get the laugh, but always getting the laugh is not doesn't make for good conversation because a conversation serious sometimes it's jokey. Sometimes it's sad. Sometimes it's frivolous, and trivial sometimes becomes a real another reason that a comedian makes it a bad guest is always needed to be funny is kind of usurping control and. And directing thing I'm trying to we'll be trying to get to a point. I may want to find out something about their career. But it's sidetracked by some jokes. Okay. Yeah. And comedy is also a way to deflect introspection. Right. So if you're like, if we're having this interview, and you're trying to answer as deepest fears. Deepest insecurities or what was your most humiliating embarrassing moment. I can come up with a joke, and I don't have to really answer your question. And plus I don't really even have to think about it. Because I don't want to do that. Because it makes me uncomfortable. But you know, why cannibals don't eat comedians? Because they taste funny. So that's me deflecting from your probation. Did you add making you didn't make that up? Right. Then. No, I didn't make that up. So that doesn't count as wit. That's an interesting question. Right there it it was when you made it up. I didn't make it up. I read it. So is someone else's. But I had the wit to know when to use it. That's right. That's the the little tiny bit of with that I contributed their one quick break. And then Tony in Walpole will make I probably am debut comedian comedic debut fantastic. I hope it goes as good as the previous. So that's coming up after this on WBZ. We keep losing their radio watch.

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"george bernard shaw" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"george bernard shaw" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"There are some big debates and discussions going on at the moment within the economists about Britain and the U state of liberalism, but we have solved one of the really big questions whether using split infinitive is incorrect. Grammar George Bernard Shaw once wrote to a newspaper about an editor who insisted on and making air quotes. Correcting split infinitives lane. Green writes about language for the economist in the Johnson column and show said I ask you sir to put this man out said adrift and try an intelligent Newfoundland dog and his place without interfering with his perfect freedom of choice between to suddenly go to go. Suddenly and suddenly to go. Okay. First of all just to unflinchingly be clear about this. What is splitting tentative someone decided that the we're two with another verb like to go were to walk to eat belonged to the verb in that form that they called an infinitive some decided once upon a time that you can't put anything between the two and the verb or else you had split the infinitive some crime that no one had ever heard of before this announcement. When when did it become a rule though in English? Okay. So it was never really rule in the sense. That everyone observed it we have split infinitives going back to the thirteenth fourteenth, century, middle English poems. Then the split infinitive as usage kind of goes into Klein arounds at Shakespeare's time. He only split one infinitive and the first person to write a rule about it was in about eighteen hundred and that was because around that time people were starting to split them in print more again. But it's been in regular usage continuous usage throughout history of English. And here's the real question in modern English. Why do people care so much because it does like people up? So are. Thinking about English kind of goes back to exactly this era. I mentioned right around the turn of the nineteenth century. The first grammars were being written the first big successful dictionaries were on the market. And so people started sort of in by being rules as a way of showing their kind of class distinction that they were clever and educated. And so he got stuck in there. Even though it went against the natural grain of English language for our own part. I recall absorbing the style guide here, and it says essentially vises you to not do it. But that's not because of the rule, but because of this this anger why changed now? Well, we changed the ruling because in no other area of our thinking, do we say this is right. But it annoys so many people that you shouldn't say it, you know, we believe in free trade. So we don't say well free trade is a good thing. But saying so no, so many people that we're going to be against trade. Right. And big pushback was a difficult decision to come to. Well, I'm not gonna name any names of publication. No bylines. But there were a couple of. Editors who said I think it is more a thing of etiquette. We won the day despite that. Okay. So give me an example where splitting is unavoidable. Okay. So one example is she decided to gradually retire. Now. This is a so called split infinitive. But he put the gradually anywhere else. You get a different meaning gradually. She decided to retire. That means she decided gradually, and that's not what we're trying to say she gradually decided to retire has that same incorrect meeting, and she decided to retire gradually is and big US. It could meet you decided gradually or she decided that the retirement should be gradual. The only unambiguously correct one is the so-called Clinton. Right lane. Thanks for coming into game. We talk about this with us. It's been pushing. That's all for this edition of the week ahead. You can subscribe to the economist at economist dot com slash radio offer twelve issues for twelve dollars or twelve pounds. I'm Jason Palmer in London. This is the economist..

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Baby receives South Africa's first HIV positive organ transplant to HIV negative recipient

Weekend Edition Saturday

08:56 min | 4 years ago

Baby receives South Africa's first HIV positive organ transplant to HIV negative recipient

"Joan of arc has become such an emblematic figure a Saint of the Catholic church the inspiration of so many novels and films, and of course, George Bernard. Shaw's conic play we might sometimes forget, she was a real teenage girl was burned at the stake in fourteen thirty one she did farm work, and she had parents who loved her and were with her until her end Glenn Close plays. Joan of arc mother. Isabelle a strong. Steely loving woman in Jane Anderson's, new play mother of the may now New York's public theater is grateful to her door as healthy heartiest. Her job. Great. She's grateful that the English. Like, they did the Leveque. Beck was Isabelle's. Best read. The

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