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"george sand" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"And we had as a startup because they recommended it, a stuffed tomato. My dear, it was one to artist often inside another tomato stuffed inside a third tomato and in between, there was a tomato sorbet I mean it was absurd, completely absurd. It was so grand, wait till you hear this. This meal for four people wait for it, cost more than 2000 pounds. You are friend Jay rayner, who has a fantastic podcast called out to lunch, wrote possibly the most scathing review of any restaurant I have ever read. And he received something quite similar at the Georges saint, and it was also it was charred. It was burnt to beyond recognition. And it's a tour de force. His critique of the Georges saint. And I think he got to run this new to reply from the restaurant. But yeah, it's brilliantly written. And as you say, ridiculous amounts of money. I'm sure in the our lawyers would like us to point out that it often days when we get a really good meal of the George sand. Oh, I'm phenomenal. I'm sure it's just that this is a fun piece of writing on one particular day. Yeah, exactly. Well, so the waiters look after us. They also serve who only stand and wait. What is the origin of the word for a waiter waiting a table? Yes. Well, that is exactly what they are doing. They are to wait in the sense of attending. And that was one of the earliest meanings. So a weight was the duty of keeping guard by day. So for example, in the waters of the Tower of London, they would have what was called a day's weight and that was their duty of keeping God by day. And then wait, you have lady in waiting. It's the same idea. It's a tendency at court of a lord or lady. Very good. Simple as that. Yeah. So that's a waiter and a waitress is simply a female version of that. Often they're now called servers, though are in America. Maybe they're called more services. This one word in the dictionary, which I have never heard ever, but it often comes up on countdown, and I find myself having to justify it being in the dictionary even though I've never heard it. And that's a way to, which is the gender neutral way apparently in North America of referring to your waiter, but I never heard that. I've heard that a lot in the states, but never a wait on. Can I have some attention away from? This is sound good, does it? There is a restaurant I know in London, where they at your table, there's a little light. And if you want service, you can press the button and it lights up. I quite like that, because then the rather than having to wave your hand in the air. And ridiculous bill signing thing, which I still find myself doing if the way to waitress or waiter on is far away across the other side of the room. And you do that stupid thing that you're signing nobody's ever signed anything for a very long time. Yeah, we need to up our game. Don't we really, I think. The hand gestures are all very strange. Anyway, you carry on. A soup, I imagine, well, well, actually, what is this? I mean, obviously, one knows who was it, who sent a note. I think it was I'm going to get this right. I think it was FE Smith. Who he was entertaining somebody at baliol college and the chef sent over suggestions for what should be eaten at the lunch, and he simply sent the menu back to the chef saying gentlemen do not eat soup at luncheon. So who don't wear brown shoes in London? Did you know that? No..
"george sand" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"We have a story like this. Yeah i mean the one. I did last. Time is a lot like this one. Yeah and that's where we were like. We should just go ahead. And do the bermuda triangle. Yeah 'cause we have come across it so much anyways. So for decades. Bermuda triangle has captured the human imagination with unexplained disappearances of ships planes and people and other phenomena located off the southeastern coast of the us in the atlantic ocean between bermuda. Florida and puerto rico. The region has become. It's known as a region of unexplained mysteries but the area seems a stretch as far as the magic nation will allow. also. The devil's triangle has been blamed for the disappearance of thousands of people in the past decades. The term bermuda triangle was first used by vincent gaddis in nineteen sixty four in an article published in argosy magazine but the earliest mention of the area was in nineteen fifty and nineteen fifty article published in the miami herald by edward van. Winkle jones edward vending winkle jones. Okay that's tongue-twister tears later. Fate magazine published see mystery at our back a short article by george sand covering the loss of several planes and ships including the loss of flight. Nineteen a group of five. Us navy gunman tbn avenger torpedo bombers on a trainee. mitch mission. Sands article was the first to lay out the now familiar triangle area where the last took place as well as the first to suggest a supernatural element to the flight nineteen incident. So and i'm gonna get into flight. Nineteen a little bit later on. Nineteen alone would be covered again in the april. Nineteen sixty two issue of american legion magazine. All right and then in february nineteen sixty. Four vincent gaddis wrote an article called the deadly. Bermuda triangle in the pulp magazine are saying flight. Nineteen and other disappearances were part of a pattern of strange events in the region. The next year gaddis expanded this article into a book invisible horizons. So this is when the whole legend of the Mita triangle really start to take off explanations. Okay you can both talk about this Explanations for occurrences in the bermuda triangle. Run the gamut from a scale of scientific to aliens. Yeah do you wanna talk about those now or you wanna wait until the end after. We've discussed all the weirdness Wanting to talk about the scientific ones first and then we can talk about the weird ones later. Okay so one of the things that people talk about or as an explanation as to what's going on is comfort competent comp- grew we're definitely drinking today. Folks all right compass variations compass. Problems are one of the cited phrases and many tr- triangle at incidents while some have theorized that unusual local magnetic anomalies may exist in the area. Such anomalies have not been found. Compasses have natural. Magnetic variations in relation to the magnetic poles a fact which navigators have known for centuries magnetic north and geographic. True north are exactly the same only for small number of places for example as of two thousand and the united states. Only those places on a line running from wisconsin to the gulf of mexico. There is some evidence to suggest. The bermuda triangle is a place where magnetic compass sometimes points towards true north as opposed to magnetic north. So that's one explanation and then another one. Did you run into this one. The gulfstream No i don't know you'll have to talk about because it may be under something different than what you have. Okay and other is the gulfstream. The gulfstream is a major service current primarily driven by thermo. Hey circulation that originates in the gulf of mexico and then it flows through the straits of florida into the north into the north atlantic..
"george sand" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Your boy Hey, Got you fucking way! Kevin Ware, Kevin! They're moving. Chung boarding by Thomas Setting someone up in how you Look at this 50% job better, but I bet you'll be this pastor. Spanish cannot jail Most people come on. You can't be before. Good morning, Scott. But I'm going through means you're giving up. Oh, my God. Now you big Daddy's here! Daddy's getting under the old devil die. I don't know. Witness stand. I'm getting pulled a more sort of. We gotta get on foot on this yummy mind right now. No, you're holding my hand. Let whoever exito snowbank I say Spoon to Cinco Gina do radio voice in Tony's Allah give the Gammas lasting must seek us. Come on, dude, am I know saying dead? Um, they cast Eddie Brain won't know. Nico guesses Get good news, Tonto Money Come on today. You know, see Dead on live ist anything day Donegal Guessing. Get over. Used a gun. Do you after that money, Say, William M. Mama Daddy this morning. You got the money be preventable Gay and that is a leader in the E. For me. I'm living in the dunking your J. Another blast do today. Did anything Don't give singing again. Do you hear me? Well, you got Jackie. He daddy goes on that loving Does Coach coming George Sand people? Maybe he's got eyes on me. Give me my damn there! Steady! Break! No, honey, Go get get go loose, man! Theo, I'm going. Hey! You know, see dead on this issue any day. No only guessing again. More damage going. Do you have that money? See? Amazing making me giving you a second white black line, Frank. It's Cadogan West replicas, young gratis exit and I said Yes, just like that. Get in..
"george sand" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Holy holy just to be every chance the rapper and he used to be like such a little punk in certain respects. Great musician now. Great talent married, You know, two kids doing well, I don't blame him. I don't blame him for some of his past transgressions word when you're raised in. You're the biggest thing in the world. And you're in your own weird little bubble. I mean, what do you know? Right now? Yeah. What do you even know? At that point And he admitted it to he is that he knew he had some trouble times back Then he was sorry for what he did right? Much better now put on great music, Justin. Good job Chance. Great job, man. Kevin looking fresh face this morning. Hate your brother. Thank you. I appreciate the said it to me A second ago. I maybe it's the lighting or something. Just Good. I got a good night's sleep last night. I haven't been sleeping Well. Oh my gosh. You guys, I haven't even told you this, but my daughter, Molly, she's forced to be five. Soon. She started saying a word lately. And it's just part of her toddler gibberish in which is a very good vocabulary. But every once in a while she'll like she gets what they called cute aggression when she's playing with her little brother. She'll like his greater teeth and say, like judgy, or goods, or, like she just like makes up words. But she stumbled upon one gibberish word that is a real word is it's a bad word. Oh, and she keeps saying it and we we, she doesn't know it. She doesn't know It is a bad word. Okay, So we're not saying anything Where did not react to what you hope It just goes away. Smart. Exactly. If we react to it, she'll know that you know that word has power and keep saying, blah, So we're just like Just looking at each other, Aly and I just side I like. When is she going to stop doing this? We had She never does this publicly here she is with her virtual kindergarten interview now with Mrs so and so, dude, what's What's the word everyone to know They're texting. I mean, Is there a way to describe it where I could guess it. I feel like this word. Maybe she has heard how many letters on Um, 55 letters? No. Yeah, no 555, but I feel like she's heard it. Um, you know Antonio Banderas. There's a an animated character. I believe all. You're kidding me. What? My gosh, my weight pushing boots. Well, you do? Yeah. Yeah, We got it there. That right? Yeah, it wasn't expecting you to say it. But yes, well, that was just a character. You can see the character's name. Right, but people making the connection now, But yes, Yes, yes, well, I think people wanted to make the connection. They wanted to know what the word was. Now they fully made the connection. The synapses have been connected there, so she keeps Holy Wow, that's like the worst ever. I know, I know, And she doesn't realize it's anything bad. She just think If my kid wants to the room and said booty, I would be out. Booty. Oh, I get I get what you're saying. Well joke there. It's the other one. Wow. All the worst words is like maybe two words, she said. It's worse than that. Mm hmm. There's bean Can't come close to In to get what they are, because, like two words, thinking the worst network lets you say point where you guys say something to her like If this goes on for a little longer course I know it won't If it goes out for a year, of course, at some point will intervene. But she gets these just these different like gibberish. Words. She just gets hung up on for a few days or her time. I think this one's gonna fade away. Does not. She truly does not realize. It's a word she shouldn't be saying Here's the plan if it happens in public, Okay, you gotta have a backup plan. You got to be ready. This is like, training day, man. You've got to be ready for this stuff cause when it happens, there's no time to think What you gonna do with your training kicks in. Remember how smart you were with Riley when he pooped in the pool in Hawaii? And you said whose kid is this? You got to be ready, man. When she says that word parents nowadays whose kid is this? I'll have a talk with her. You gotta be ready, man. Mm. Trained for that. Okay. Practice at home. You know what If Riley picks up on it, he starts saying you got both kids in public, and they start saying that word. Well, Fortunately, I think I'd be wearing a mask with all who were married. So the odds are identity a little bit, right. That's good. All right. Good luck, brother. All right, 20 George Sand by she has the morning traffic..
"george sand" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Deeper and your relationship with God. It's time for more scarlet on Stone radio. Now, here's your host, Pastor Craig on the answer. San Diego. Welcome back to scholar on stone radio. I'm your host, Pastor Craig Berkson. We ended our last segment, talking about the background of the preludes of Frederic Chopin. But in order to do so, we have to introduce an important person and Chopin's life that was connected with the preludes. And that person was the author. Our Oh, dude of all or as she was professionally known. George Sand. Ended her last second by telling our audience about a little get together, which was organized by Frans List and Marie de Ghoul, in which George son would be introduced to Chopin. So without further delay, let me continue to tell the story. As already stated. George son wanted to meet Chopin. She was drawn to his music and was very interested in getting to know him. Chopin also heard of George Sand, and from what we know he had no interest in her, especially knowing that reputation that preceded her now remember the way they described or sand in. The last segment was that she was an UN conservative, liberal, Amoral feminists who hated religion and marriage and was a proto Marxist and don't forget. She smoked cigars and war men's clothing. Now that doesn't I don't think con dropped the personification of beauty. Never the ladies who are in our audience. You know that femininity is not itself. Feminism, In other words, to be feminine doesn't mean that you are a feminist. To have nothing in common As a matter of fact, modern social feminism is an attack on historic and global cultural femininity. Knows, I said these feminist traits of George Song I don't think would conjure up the personification of beauty, and it appears that Chopin felt the same. You see Chopin already heard of George Sands reputation that she'd been married and divorced. He had heard of her many and sordid liaisons, her free love spirit. And when he finally met her for the first time, it didn't change his first impressions based on her reputation, he said to a friend after their initial meeting at Hotel Day, Frantz quote. Is that really a woman? I seriously doubt it, Unquote soon after he wrote to his family in Poland, saying about George Song, quote something about her repels me, unquote. But that didn't stop Countess Marie to ghoul from playing matchmaker between the both of them. She persisted in through her advice, she told George Santo look more feminine take off the men's apparel. And where God forbid address well, George son did is made to gold told her to do endured. Song also just happened to add to her dress that colors of the Polish flag, which, if you don't know, or white and red It was at this second meeting that show Pence guard was let down and the two events became, believe it or not an item. Now it came to be understood that George Son's presence and show pens life at this particular time had an effect on his musical output, especially where he composes works during their nine year relationship. Yes, they were together. For nine years, but it didn't take a brilliant observer to recognize that Chopin and George Sand a k A. R O dude of all could never be married or have the relationship last a lifetime. You see, you couldn't find two people as different as or a dude of all and Chopin. They were worlds apart. On the one hand, you had the conservative religious manifested by Frederic Chopin himself, and on the other hand, you had an aim World feminist as expressed in the life and attitude of George Sand. The fact that the a lesson at all for any amount of time was you could say a miracle now. What was the connection between this relationship between Chopin adored son on the Prelude said he wrote That is a great question and let me take a moment to explain. First we have to fast forward from 18 36. The year that Chopin met George saw on to the fall of 18 38 2 years into their relationship. The story of the composition of the Preludes begins in the fall of this particular year exactly 182 years ago when Chopin traveled to the island of my your car, which is south of France, off the coast of Spain. You see, Chopin was chronically sick in his adult life, And it was believed that the southern tropical environment would be good for his health. And was George Song, who suggested that this change of scenery and atmosphere would be good for him and a much needed change from a cold weather of Paris. And so he went, But not alone. He went with George Shaun and her two Children. Maurice and Salah Zhao. He left Paris with his luggage sketches of beginnings of pieces, some of which would be the prelude. He also left with the promise that a piano would be shipped along with him to my orca, and, of course he had at his side, a copy of Bach's well tempered club here. Its influence, of course, has already been discussed in the previous episodes. Now. He also was given in advance from his publishers for the preludes and other works that he hoped to complete while abroad. In my orca. So Chopin, George Sand and her two Children, Marie, since a longe R. Arrived at the capital of my Gorka in November of 18 38, which was the city of Palma. At first, their state, the capital by orca seemed to be coming up roses. When Chopin arrived in Palma, he wrote to his friend, Julian Fontana in November of 18 38 and described his new surroundings, quote. I am in Palma among the poems, Cedars cacti, I olives, pomegranates, etcetera. Skylight. Turquoise A C like Lappas lazuli mountains like emerald air like heaven, sun all day and hot, everyone in summer clothes at night guitars and singing for hours. Huge balconies with great Bynes overhead Morrish walls Everything looks towards Africa as the town does, In short, a glorious life. You shall soon receive the prelude, so I shall probably lodged in a wonderful monastery. The most beautiful crusaders church ruined mosques, aged trees, 1000 year old olives. I'm coming to life a little. I am near toe. What is most beautiful I am better unquote. However, Chopin, George Sand and her Children had to leave the capital due to Chopin sickness and had to head for an abandoned.
"george sand" Discussed on KCRW
"George Sand Georgia drug You're my Georgia judge. I know. George George. Keeping Georgia on my mind. George George is on my mom. No judge any man. Georgia Kent gets the best sending Mr Bible side bound by. Yeah, none. Someone left on the beach. I'm from the future. Yeah, yeah. Sounds kind of strange. It's all right. I'm sorry about before, but I finally got close. It wasn't you. Don't talk right now. Sorry. Relax it down and ask about your marriage. It's over. Now they say about you know the hell of it. Some guy. Sucks my guys. It's fine. Yesterday. But time girls about everything. Anything on your side. You want So sure, it's like, said he wasn't like it was so nature just missed. It's on. Good bye. I got sauce, my guys, it's fine. Thank you. Exceptions. I just can't I'm just second, Gus. Sorry, Spy. It's fine. The last time way together. Lately? Yeah, feels that forever. Wait. If that gets this from kind of fun. You don't love me. No believe always in love with someone If it ain't me, come on. Skim in a little more time. I mean, a bit of one, baby, I'm gonna be fat. Gonna figure out where I'm so. Why can't you just tell me what's sure to be O b crew is you leave? Maybe. Sure, Dude, he way you wait for me. Small now. Gave my way. You know, most second sits around my eyes one more time to bring last smoke sooner. Surrender distance. Either way, Come miss came in one more year to get back on track. Give me one more life to win you back. Smoke sooner surrender. Justice. Either way, we're going missing. Hmm. Let's go. Every time a lot of me,.
"george sand" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To guess my girl up, Brenda. Your boyfriend, Your boyfriend? Nothing much music. Swollen. Did you company when I called you late last night? You see, I was holding in love He? Yes, I was crashing into them. The words you're saying to me about life, the truth and being free sent to me. Oh, how you sang to me? Live for how you make me feel So one question all this being real because I'm not free to love for the first time I mind free love. This day seems made for you with me and you show only one life needs to be a sanctuary 00 you sang to me. All the while you were in front of me. I never realized I just can't buy This'll see your eyes. See it. I can't believe it. Oh, gonna feel it when you see me. Home use England gave them clear skies. I promise you this time I'll see your eyes. See, I can't believe it. Oh, what a feeling. Sing with me. Just think you live inside of me. I had no idea how this could be now I'm crazy for you know, I can't believe I'm crazy for you Love George Sand You're saying to me and you show me way around, wanted be thanked him. Sang to me all the while you weren't running me over your life. I just can't believe I didn't see your eyes. I can't believe it. Oh, but when you think of me When you need them here, you guys. I promise you this time I see in your eyes. I didn't see it. I believe it would be like me. Do you sing with me? No. Mm hmm. Oh, yeah. Me. I never realized I just can't buy didn't see your eyes. I can't believe it, but I feel it. Thing. We're not using them. Beat them guys from the promise you this time I see your eyes. Believe it really When you sing to me. While you were in front of me. I never realized Can't buy Didn't see your eyes. Please. Can't believe it but a beard. Saying. Blue skies from the promise you this time I see it in your eyes. Didn't see Can't believe it, but I feel it does need galleries. Culebra to Nevada Alice Auto Maybe maybe I can. Then I can pretend they don't Oh, my God. Don't know what happened. It's better than living with my mom. My dad getting messed up. No way up, and then it would be a pro bending like that. You bet it is like that of my lord must be on the letter. A little champagne a little more. Violeta. My, my, My Way happening. They depended me living my mother myself. Maybe my documents getting messed up. Damn baby I brought, you know better than me. Whoever exceeds nobody. Stacy's.
"george sand" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"So james Chia a- she was very fascinated with astronomy and she had some descriptions of stella measurements and movements that look at some of the most earliest of scientific observations she even had a crater on mercury named after her in the two thousand fifteen so as they discovered more for work so it was pretty fascinating. Young lady we don't know too much more beyond about her but those are the things we do know. And there's a writer right there poet. Ed you wanna hopefully. I'm saying that right but you know it's in sumerian that we don't have any longer so break all right now. The next two riders okay. There were two writers that became famous by using a male name. Told you you'll find both of these people to be an deeply embedded into the higher upper class of society. A new kind of famous people that parents often writers doctors philosophers real estate. People were just wish people but they both felt that it was necessary for the business. Okay one had a little bit more of a need to understand why they wanna change the name. We'll talk about that. The first one is george sand. People that know that george sand was a woman a frenchwoman of the romantic era. Her name a beeping side. The actual given birth name was amazon n fago. He was dead in fact they said george sand was wall. Red and you go and balzac knows some of the the people of male writers of her time and transit day admired her a lot and they secretly knew that was a woman as well as fusion their own right and it was great for them to have real respect physically without being without being jerks about it okay during the bonaparte administration a which she had some kind of political role in. She worked at arden's and reduced sentences for her friends George shan wasn't an avowed socialist. Back ten so it wasn't exactly a on the bonaparte side of things but he left her alone. Bobby from family connection's alright She was She wrote a number levels. A couple uncalled indiana. And a long call. She was really famous for the for the novel Consuelo okay now. I thought it was very interesting. That hugo victor hugo had said as sort of a memorial to the george sand was an idea. She has quite stanley place. In our age. Others are great men. She was a great woman. So i mean in a lot of people really admired her and praised her I mentioned ready go. Balzac flobert was also one Choice key was as well Ehrlich's you only had really tracked the which was which is unusual as heck. 'cause he was always somebody that wanted to hang with the rebel and talk about rebel ideas. Ah suddenly he didn't really like her or her. Politics and eight denounced her as as being a charlatan and he had for her. That would not be really welcome on the show but you can imagine I'm really surprised. By but hey zero net can be unusual at times now. The next one just want to be in the late eighteen sixties..
"george sand" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"To be so much him. There was George Sand. You know, after a couple of minutes away, but they got named George always rooted put out, but I decided to get 35. But this is definitely That that that's junior safety use of Corker, who's one of 11 players on this roster from Georgia, Corker with 18 tackles last week, including a school record tying 16 solo tackles Really nice game out of use of Corker. He'd love a big one today. Against his home state school. Um, J. J tell us about what you've seen on film from this Georgia offense. Yes. Oh, Georgia replaces about a lost about eight guys from last season, including both of her tackles to the NFL. So from rebuilding them across the entire office, you know what that being said. There's still averaged about 33 point game. Uh, That thing is likely Benson number 13 likely to be their quarterback. Today, he struggled against Bama, but who probably would not have struggled against Obama. The the guy that they gave the knife to start a season with Matthew 66 £200 quarterback did not play well in their opener. Beth Ann Bennett guy who did it the hard way. Kristie walk on Scout came on and worked his way up and what it brings his living to grow up with Georgia fan both his parents, Georgia George alarm. And You know, talking with some people down there, no circles. He's not, You know, he's not the best athlete. He's not the tallest guy listed at 5 11 He may be about 59. He's to feel pretty good and has spent the last few years goingto work on George's number. One defense is to scout team quarterback And that's why he's number one quarterback on the roster. He He has the ability to see the field door around. Um, I've got some good playmakers at it. Wide receiver number one pick and he's their main guy. He's their threat. Germaine Bird. He's got a lot of heat is true Freshman as the ability to take the top off number seven, he's going to be a guy that we have to know where he is at all times, uh, hiding in their young in that position, but you'll see they got a big shot from size there. They've got a sophomore number. 86 Patrick, that 67. They also got a God. Washington The true freshman number 06768 number one overall tidy in the country. Ah! Then you get inside our backfield and not a talented, you know some of the previous Georgie years, but the guys are really good. They've got really good players highly rated players. And we'll probably three or four guys today. Kristie from White number three. Tell back all the way down. You know, they go 34 deep with Milton. He's probably the biggest of the back. That's 6 to 20 true freshman running back, they're excited about him. So it's all in all. This is a Georgia offense that's still trying to Established to maintain their identity, their big up front. They're going come out. They're going to try and run the football on us and impasses well, and I intend to be balanced. But I will say this If there's any continuation From the Alabama game, where Bennett with his size, he wasn't able to see the field, which that creates opportunities for for interception opportunities to blitz unpredictable situations. And I think if we see him struggle, I would expect them to get pulled for Mathis, the redshirt freshman, but all in all, this is a very talented football team in our defense. I think it's a really good match up for talent. You know that That's the word is is very, very talented Guys. Offensive line's big and massive, You know the running back position. You're right, Jeremy. They've They've got a slew of guys that can get it done. The Milton Kid that's a freshman. He's counted the most impressive athletically to me. Um, but at the end of the day, their quarterback, you know being a He's only like 5 11 like Jeremy said, Um, Alabama's defense was able to tip a lot of also, you know, you can't tell your defensive line and if you can't get there, get your arms up. He doesn't always come straight over the top one was throwing motion, so that contributes to it as well. But that guy, you know, he's he's got some moxie to it. I mean, you get it. You watch him out there on the field like he's not scared and he's not. He's he'll get out there slinging Iran on He can sling it pretty good. But it's the end of the day. This George offense is just loaded with talent. They've got great size up front and they will come out and establish a run. I think Kurdish mark that's just kind of what he wants to do. They'll establish the run, though. Try to establish a Ron. Then they'll start going play action in those sorts things off of it, but they designed a lot of plays to get guys open and take shots, but they'll they'll lean on you and run that ball right at you. Well, they're not the fifth ranked team in the country for nothing, All right, We're going to go to the other side of the ball. And we're gonna hear what D B has to say about Georgia's defense and what Kentucky can expect. It's the Don Franklin Auto Countdown to Kickoff show on the UK Sports network. Bounces.
"george sand" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Girlfriend's name again? One. Morgan Morgan. Okay. Hey, Morgan. You're listening right now. The I heart radio. On the plane right now. This's for you from Dan. I think I kind of nailed that. I don't think that was weird it all way George Sand advice to get the morning traffic. Tony, what's going on? Well, the crashes on the way in south L a 1 10 freeway north bound side just before you get too exposition that's gone from the express lanes. Traffic is still heavy, though it's century and that'll stay busy. Thibout Third Street. South bound side of the 1 10 slugs from the five to the one on one and it's heavy from Adam's over to Manchester westbound side of the one of five just past the 1 10 Freeway. Tow trucks are on the scene, but carpool left lanes are still taken away, and traffic is heavy at Long Beach Boulevard. Westbound side of the 91 doesn't save you much time that slow from the 7 10 to the 1 10. Some activity up to the shoulder at Central where they're wrapping up with a three car crash. And in Pomona 7 10 Freeway 71 71 North bound just before you get to the 10. I crashed their clear from the two left lanes. But you're still seeing the back of their from just before the 60 57 is a better option. The traffic report is funded by top tear gas from Arco Quality Tap Tear gas A Marco, Keep your car running at peak performance. Think of it as a vitamin shake for your card, Except your car will actually enjoy it. Arco Quality top to your gas for less. CR co dot com For details, Match your traffic. I'm Tony Jordan with Valentine in the morning. And what for three. My album, if you think we're just four wheels and a grill Think again. Jeep Grand Cherokee redefines freedom. What really makes cheap. It's finding.
"george sand" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily Briefing
"If, , you weren't aware before you have perhaps learned recently as America has been going through the latest era of reckoning with are racist roots that the classic Ice Cream Truck Song is apparently super racist. . That's right. It . is not just an annoying earworm that blasts all summer long and sometimes in the winter and late at night at least here in New York City the song commonly referred to as Turkey in the Straw has its origins in lots of other songs passed down in morphed over the years. . NPR credits it as evolving from the traditional British tune the old rose tree saying quote the tune was brought to America's colonies by Scots. . Irish immigrants who settled along the Appalachian Trail and added lyrics that mirrored their new lifestyle. . The first natural inclination of course is to assume that the ice cream truck song is simply pain. . Oh my gosh to Turkey in the straw but the melody reached the nation only after it was appropriated by traveling black face minstrel shows there's simply no divorcing the song from the dozens of decades it was almost exclusively used for coming up with new ways to ridicule and profit from black people and quotes. . In the eighteen twenties melody was given another new name in lyrics which I won't share because even the title is a slur and then in one thousand, , nine, , hundred, , sixteen, , it was given another racist upgrade with an even more egregious title featuring both the inward and a racist stereotype followed by ha ha ha all just in the title without even getting into the lyrics. . The song moved into ice cream trucks around the same time, , and the reason why is because ice cream parlors played all manner of minstrel songs. . So when the truck started popping up, , they played the minstrel melodies on the trucks as well. . But now, , good humor. . One of the most iconic ice cream truck vendors in America in the mid, , twentieth century has made attempts to atone for their sins they partnered with Wu. . Tang clan founder Rizza to create a new ice cream truck jingle quoting rolling stone Ras Jingle will be available to ice cream trucks in the US via music boxes produced by Nichols electronics starting this month Nichols Electronics, , which is based in Minneapolis where this year's protests against police brutality racial injustice started after the killing of George Floyd also announced that it would remove Turkey in the straw from it's music boxes and quote. . In a video debut in the new Jingle Risi's said quote we wanted to make a military that includes all community that's good for every driver. . That's good for every kid and I'm proud to say for the first time in a long time, , a new cream jingle will be made available to trucks all across the country in perpetuity that means forever like Wu Tang forever, , and I can assure you this one is made with love and quotes, , and here is what the new jingles sounds like. . I gotta say my favorite part of it other than the complete lack of racist origins is how gentle and calming it is. . This jingle is not going to be nearly as annoying to hear when it's blasting from icecream trucks relentlessly all summer long. . So really just an overall win in every way
"george sand" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Probably Mota law ask of anybody. The paycheck protection program, including in the last federal stimulus program. Here's what they say small businesses are essential to our country's economic and social health, the well, they implore almost half of all private sector workers. So these big companies are stepping up to help. Some of these small businesses sells for south about Facebook, Microsoft, WalMart, McDonald's and Disney, all stepping in tow. Calling on Congress to do something for those small business owners out there. You know, we keep saying, we gotta open up the economy What the reality is Todd? Most businesses are open. Yes, they are. Government has chosen the losers in all of this. I mean, there are a few that are shut down. Well, the bar's especially the bars are absolutely shut down. Well, it's here in Texas. Some of these restaurants they just can't survive it. No capacity or your right. So that a CZ faras businesses their doors being opened. The majority of doors are open for those that can can afford to open the door. You can you can have your house works on you could hire a plumber electrician. You could do all that You can tell your car to get it fixed that you could go to just about any restaurant. You want to go to you, Khun. Well, can you not do right now? Well as far as you missing Golf golf courses or shut down here in Austin. They have been for weeks now again, but what that's about it, I I don't know I I do not. That's the mayor that's on the mayor right there. And that's all this City Council. You yourself should be able to go play golf, even if it's at the very least by yourself. Well, I can I can go play golf it at another. You know another city I can go to. Yeah, I can go to beauty. I'm go, Teo. You know George Sand, whatever. But but God is for social distancing. Certainly you can do it on a golf course Nobody wants to get in those golfers. Nobody want no nu Nu Nu nu and golfers don't talk to each other anyway, while they're on the golf, not very social people, not very social people, but But the fact is, you know, we keep saying God open the open the economy Well, the fact is that for the most part the economy is is open. That's what I see. But business is I think what we're really saying is business. His need to be able to operate at full force. You know, 100% capacity of restaurants, open the bars again and shut them down. If they can't keep their act together. How many restaurants have you been in? Over the past couple of weeks, I've been and and you look around you go. Wow, World we're above 50% here. That's good above 50%. Yeah, I've seen a few really know. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, This room looks like it's more than 50%. With that. I'm fine with that. You know what I mean? Well, I mean, I'm certainly experienced that now. Now patios, for example, they can go. About 50% rise there outside and like match, For example, there are about 50% on the patty. I would have adventure to say that the majority of people do sit out on the patio there, but Ah, there is we were talking about yesterday when we were talking about what the representative from the Texas Restaurant Association yesterday. There's really no justification for these restaurants only being able to operate it. No T percent That just is not. And that goes for any the only issue I have again or those bars that that couldn't keep their act together. And of course, we've got to put that on. A lot of the folks that went, couldn't keep their act together and keep in mind it restaurants the only dangerous place. He's in that lobby when you're waiting for a table because that's the only place you have to wear it. But the target and the majority of restaurants and I go to aren't letting you wait in the lobby that you're having to white out there, Which is fine. What's just fine. It's fine. I mean, that's my point. You You don't have to wear a mask. When you leave your house to get in your car drive to the restaurant. You don't even have to wear it when you get out of your car and walking to the door, But once you go in the door, you've got to put it on. Then once you get to your table, you could take it off. Yeah, those lobbies those of the most dangerous places again. I guess so. You have some good business news this morning in the state of Texas for the month of July. Sales tax rebounded big time state comptroller's office reports that sales tax revenues had been down for the previous two months. But July's monthly report shows a 4.3% increase from July of last year. Part of that is to do an increase in online sales and the fact that more online retail outlets were required to collect sales taxes. They also note that the July receipts actually reflect taxes collected by businesses in June, which is when many businesses across the state started reopening after being shut down because of covert 19 Steven Pickering, TIAs and news some good news there. I mean, I mean, that tells you that we're ready to spring back. Once the all clear has given. I think we're going to spring back very, very quickly and personally, as Faras Online goes, I mean, I've I'm certainly shopping online. More never have not a ton, but but certainly more never have sure, And I think people are think people sighted more money online. I think you're going to see a total transformation of our grocery stores. I think so, too. I got we did curbside pickup at H E. B and Leander last night. I picked it up last night. Yesterday afternoon picked it up about 3 30 I bet they had 30. Maybe more than 30 cars already queued up to pick up the groceries. It was there was a line of cars. Basically, Yeah, a lot of those folks. It might not be that they're worried about getting sick. It's just Hey, how convenient is incredibly convenient. Really? Hey, eyes the pandemic work day. A little bit longer. Well, the pandemic lock down workday is on average, 48.5 minutes longer than usual that, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research, Yeah, It's also has about 13% more meetings, one point form or daily emails. This, according to research, which looked at 3.1 million people in 16 big metropolitan areas of North America, Europe and the Middle East, So it's a pretty vast study here. VPN data has also pointed to odd work hours, according to Bloomberg News, attributing to the changes to the blurred boundaries between work and home and childcare demands. It's pretty interesting. Yeah, we're working longer. As we're working remotely. Well, you've been working remotely for months. Now I work remotely only for two weeks when I got home from Europe, and so I will say For those two weeks out, I was at home. I was saying my work day was longer, but that was simply because it took me longer to get things done from home. It took me longer to record commercials called producers and make sure they've got this body and things like that things that here if I do, I'm here. I can do a much more quickly, so it wasn't for me. It wasn't that I wanted to work. I found that I was more driven to work longer. It's that it just took me longer to get it done from you were less productive at home. Well, maybe I wasa ce faras use of time. I get things done more quickly here, So it just depends on what you do, Of course. Yeah, I think. Well, I think these numbers indicate that people enjoy working from home better than working in the office. Well, some do some doing this summit drives amount of their ever loving mind..
"george sand" Discussed on Bad Boys
"Put us on high quality pistol. Doc Three man you talk about. Currency cake was my currency. There's that was the other thing the people used to there was one guy. He used to make desserts all the time. Yeah he would get leaving literally by Any blocks he could find. It was a sugar central. This guy was like he like he he would. He was so massive was bigger than me and he would literally just make the sugar desert and then he would cut it all up and then eight go round and to all the blocks and seldom d'oeuvres. He would sell the. Would you like to buy some desert? You notice today now. Did you let him hold you white now you speechless. There was no white as baseless. Now now we've got we've got a special guest on the line. We talked enough have token. I've talked to be this shit like you know. Look if we talk guy somewhere else you keep saying that suddenly and listen to the dropping off like flies. But now we've got we've got a special guest now and And Oh three special guests and the reason we brought them on is that these guys are responsible for Al theme song. I mean like amazing theme song. I it's it's the backbone of ash show. Yep We'll waive the backbone of the show but this song actually helps us along does and these guys are awesome. They're from the high end. You know what during this season at the end of the season that we're GONNA have. We're looking at a massive launch party. Come October Detroit. Rock TAIBU CARPET. Nineteen pans out but High is a blue. WanNa bring him out possibility. We have massive concert. Yeah you want to bring these guys and scores an awesome Ottilia. What in the new. So love you. So we're going to listen to that new song today. We recorded this interview. Last night's The boys were where it was a daytime Irene. Manchester and Yeah we decided that we'd bring him on the show. I have a challenge. We got the guys from freedom of the city here. And we've got poll. Chris and George Sand like I was reading the Beatles and didn't at all really. I'd love that you guys started live too far away from where the Beatles sort of started to you now will serve really lives. So how did you guys get started? And before we start I have to say the intro to show is awesome. I mean like I duNNo. Hal I think I think I must have got an email from maybe it was. Chris said have you listened to and just as as as I got that email I was actually on the phone to Darren saying we've got to come up with an intro song and suddenly like the Selma Peas in in my in box. It was just like this is it. Didn't even have to look any further. Well we got. We got some of that before starts. Use It yeah. Yeah we'll.
"george sand" Discussed on WTOP
"Fun play the Wawrinka scratcher only from the sea level lots of people with it's two eighteen traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks southbound on Maryland route for from the beltway toward the end of the civilian parkway Justin on our tip line one lane to the left is getting by the crash thank you to the caller who called that in that's a tough spot for us and we do there's a crash down there but knowing that one lane getting by tells us why the traffic is backed up all the way into forced Phil southbound on route four it is not spelling back on the beltway yet though thankfully north and south of route for the inner and the outer loop to and from camp springs and forced Phil without delay north of the beltway Baltimore Washington parkway in ninety five holding up without any incidents blocking the way toward the W. I. Marshall Marshall southbound traffic little heavy on the parkway toward greenbelt past NASA fifty east and westbound clear sailing through prince George's sand in a rental county north and southbound on two seventy without any travel troubles between rock fill in Clarksburg farther north a little hint of some volume north bound travelers passing through at Urbana toward the minox the river now in Virginia on sixty six east bound before the beltway had one broken down the right lane that is apparently clear west found no issues from falls church to a Fairfax city farther west affair lakes traffic device a cone or a barrel blew out into the fast lane they were sent out there to roll that back into place otherwise hazard free Beyonce Centerville south on twenty eight is heavy early past the old entrance to you see large part toward Braddock in sixty six three ninety five ninety five south bound no specific incidents reported between the Pentagon Quantico and Fredericksburg and south on volume gradually builds the aka quand river did you know that liberty mutual lets you customize your coverage you only pay for what you need some did not liberty mutual insurance Dave goldmine WTOP traffic all right let's check out the weather for today it's it's pretty decent out there just a little cloudy it's not too bad across the region right now we are seeing some sunshine and it will it will be the story.
"george sand" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Me is my guardian. I'll surprise announces three AM two hours of sleep you know the whole thing but nothing compared to what someone like George went through as a P. O. W. the veterans are expected to return on Sunday now here's news H. netter rapport with your micro climate forecasts we're looking at clear beautiful conditions for this Friday temperatures in the low to mid seventies along the coast to low eighties inland pretty similar to what we had yesterday this weekend though you're going to see things warming on apple stay warm there Tuesday before things cool off by the middle of next week on a am seven sixty I'm new dates that Iran poor right now it's fair in eighty two in Santee Mike Slater's next AM seven sixty talking breaking news. is the like Slater show you. AM seventy six. then the. this is a good put the rangy this morning broken glass mages was when a particular and. inspired me talk about something but. I think about it. none of the clip is actually that relevant but we'll see it's still good clip. want to send them. it was a smaller wasn't Muller all that was all it was this happen again. second time every time I try to play in a JG club that always always the the wrong club. is it the embrace of impeachment shall. yes. four thirty two. I have. yeah it's just the glass I'm just click in to try and figure out what was going on okay hold on usually either more involved purposes you can engage in but you have to have a life of purpose I tell you what I have a dog many of you know this he's half black lab on which is a retrieving dog and he's half of herding dog he's half the border collie and. one of the things it was made clear to us and it's just obviously true watching him is he's got to have a job he must have a job that he does or he will become miserable and if he had films he would be suicidal and a lot of you have breeding dogs you know exactly what I'm talking about. and I think that's that's the point that we're at we're able to and and yanks right about this we're able to design a world where there's no need to have any purpose anymore here is our utopia and so often Jack do you know the word utopia it's great it means no where. and and I think that's a problem but anyway that's some heavy stuff I was gonna talk area as as Joe this one so it's all true I recently read an article about marriage in the modern world. and I thought a tied in here maybe doesn't I don't know but it's still good so new pew reports on marriage in America and a lot of conclusions but one of them is co habitation co habitation shacking up. you know when they come up with a fancy new academic word for something you know that it's an effort to D. shame at. so cohabitation is up thirty percent from only ten years ago. and. I would think in this last couple years I've been pondering this I don't even know if I said it out loud but. it's actually pretty similar our conversation yesterday about forgiveness if you're not a religious person why get married. what what are the secular reasons for marriage I don't know what they are the only one I can come up with is you get tax breaks so you get a tax benefit to getting married but other that why why would you do it. my wife is talking to some of the other day who is getting divorced they've been married for twenty something years. kids just went off to college is very common. and they fell out of love that's because their kids were the most important thing in their lives the kids came number one it's not supposed to work. marriage is number one kids number two but then this marriage kids were number one for the kids move out and then they both realize that their marriage is turned into a business relationship. they've been cohabitating for. eighteen years what's the point anymore so they get divorced. that's both of your fault by the way. you both let that happen it didn't just happen you let it happen. this person my wife is talking to said that there they say because you change so much as a person over time you should only get merry for ten years at a time. so that that's how that's out who are the so you get married but and then ten years ago by and then you just lose it but is either divorce that point is ten year contracts that's what it does but yeah that's that's a business relationship to and even then what's the point of that. why get married just cohabited for ten years and then you'll be a new person and you can move on and find someone else to serve your selfish needs you selfish selfish narcissist. the Christian view of marriage is obviously very different for this is about serving the other person submitting and dying. women submit men die. and both respect but the secular view of marriage is what. save money on taxes I even well here's what is it is a very very sad Slater. people get mad because of love. because then it would you know it happens at then you fall out of it. well I fell out of the divorce I fell out of love. so you've heard of the different types of love before this philia eros a gap in is another one down and I forget CS Lewis is a book called the four loves. there are four of them but you have philia eros agave those the relative was this conversation philia is affectionate love eros is romantic love that's. but the feelings of love the Greek god of love is eros the Roman version is Cupid. and I got a is unconditional love to the world says life's all about eros the romantic love but it's important okay. but if you're constantly in only searching for eros love as soon as you're not getting it anymore you'll balance out because you're selfish. the goal is to advance to adopt a that's the unconditional love. but again in a secular world why do that. because that takes a lot of work. and self listeners send. the heart and life is all about me. the present yesterday so if I was we call that her twenty seven year old daughter. or when she was twenty seven got an accident. drunk nineteen year old illegal ever get up at San Francisco and she became a paraplegic and her fiance stayed with her and has stayed with the last eight years that's not eros love. romanticism but the guy pay that's the good stuff right there to myself about right there they're gonna pay. now men do not take this as a as an excuse to not. be romantic from time to time I can just hear that. Slater said I didn't have to. a flower no no no. can you do that but the difference between a romance this is good and romanticism. what is the belief that that's all that matters that's what's on healthy so we've been exploring this theme I know we we've started the thing about the call with official but every time I've I can get to the root of something that's broken today I will share it because all the things in our culture today that are broken came from somewhere that it just happened they were purposefully we were purposely driven in this direction. and this is another one that light that marriage is about laugh. eros not I got. so there were these writers and philosophers and writers of the nineteenth century who advocated for this romanticism. but they themselves I had the lives that we should not admire the purses Shelley early eighteen hundreds poet he left his pregnant wife. that's his pregnant wife what with some flus the up in the Alps. George sand late eighteen hundreds she left he notices she left her husband and two kids. and our books are about the main characters quest for romance and passion and emotional fulfillment search for eros. and then Richard Wagner. left his wife to be with the wife of a close friend and all this so this is the exams but all them cheated multiple times on whoever they were with the wedding March song. the wedding March do do do do do do do that's from one of our nurse operas and it's a bummer when you know that this guy died of a heart attack he died of a heart attack when he was arguing with one of his lover's after she caught him cheating on another woman again. there are tax from that's that guy's not much of the data but I'd doubt it that kind of guy. so you could hear this from the first by percentages Shelly he said marriages hateful detestable. I kind of sickening discussed seizes my mind when I think of this most despotic most unrequited unrequited better chains. I just got a guy in a marriage but was a bit but was here to pick up a copy I hated the that the that that part but love their us all the time he was helpless romantic isn't it wonderful now terrible. now here's an author of this piece true love was defined in his poems as passionate desire. rather than self sacrifice which is the moral virtue that marriage has historically crowd. he was finally liberated from the chains of Christian social values because he was an atheist he when I set it up as a cop a nonsense. right all these beautiful poems about love. we go on the more evidence that the believe that are broken contrast today they came from somewhere. and this particular view of marriage is winning in our culture today that it's all about eros. talk about my feelings. as opposed to adopt a which is unconditional love. marriage is not forgetting for giving. so this is all a very long way of saying. been so selfish. seven six given the money seven sixty five three six two anchor funding give Kevin line to call who's a lot of money to do that romantic getaways. romantic getaways romantic dinners. or if your wife's or husband's. languages yes. if this money invested in your marriage. whatever else you want to call Kevin because yours I just want you to have it the bank that the credit card company that they have plenty of money in a bank lately they've they're fine thanks fine so one of those talk Kevin twenty one days later the saving money.
"george sand" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I. Music came from a guy named Norman greet Norman Greenbaum legend very one hit wonder. All right. Mike. One of our listeners named George Sand's Georgia tweet tweet tweet with him all the time. All right. Has dug up. The game where you made your one three points in your NBA career. Now what year do you think it happened? Guess the date nineteen eighty five I would say February thirteenth K you're off by more than a year. It was December twenty ninth nineteen eighty six oh plow gonna do who you were playing four to December in nineteen Eighty-six, the Spurs, you're playing for the Spurs. You're right. It was a game in Utah new it. Do you remember if you wanna lost the game, we lost sight? Record. God one. Oh, nine to one. Oh, one drop your record. Two seven and twenty two. Now eleven guys played in that game for your team including you, you did not start. You came out the bail. How many guys can you name on that scene in koneohe team? All right. Johnny moore. Alan robertson. Johnny Moore's wrong. He did not play joining. Okay. Well, I knew us on the team. So Roberson did plow. Robertson me artists. Gil more, Mike Mitchell. David Greenwood two guys that you started. You've named three of the starting right, Gail know Mike, gale strike to Michael. You've named three of the starters, the other two starters went on to become somewhat successful coaches. One was a former NBA head coach. I think he's an assistant now and the other one is longtime college coach who's coaching right now did well in the tournament. Johnny, Johnny doc, used to call him chicken hawk, the chicken hawk and fog on a little chicken chicken hawk. All right. One imagine why the other one he matter of fact this game was in Utah, he would later go on. He doesn't anymore, but he would later go on to coach the jazz head coq au, Bobby Weiss. No no all of head coach. Oh, Ticor corden type. Mentioned Mike Mitchell passed away years ago nother another guy played one only played one minute was in all American. With Chris Mullin at Saint John's wait. A minute was Ed Neely team to new Larry christova Christo, actually. The only two you're missing one thing. John's with with one minute was probably a rookie on this team. Oh, Walter berry, Walter berry. And then there was a guy. I've never heard of this guy. Anthony Jones, Anthony. But I got about him and Johnson's. Grew. Why you were talking to me. John Wheeler with no NBA team in Saint Louis who do we watch? We watch Mizzou. I Johnson volt was on the eighties Mizzou teams that I paid ten. Yeah. He's a good shooter that Utah team shooter. John Stockton off the bench. He wasn't starting threat. He was behind Rickey green. Right. Right. It was raking Rini Kelly Puka with Carl Malone, Bobby Hansen and you remember the center you probably had to guard him. This is the biggest human being eaten. Yeah. Now how Lewis my numbers game? You scored fifteen points coming off the bench. What am I shooting numbers seven fourteen? Okay. That's acceptable. And you in that particular game you attempted one three and you made it you also ahead, four rebounds, a turnover a block in two thousand fifteen point. You're the second leading score in that game behind Johnny dockings who had nineteen was thud everybody can score on a lousy team. Gesture has pretty. Good back, then alone, seven twenty two coach insane into it was he is innocent with Denver. Yeah, I saw mind the bench and was Frank Layden coaching the gen frankly good that you were nineteen in nine they were good..
"george sand" Discussed on Bookworm Banquet - a podcast featuring book reviews and author interviews
"At bookworm. Banquet dot com and just put the word T in the subject line. Don't even have to write anything. How easy is that? Come on will Email your coupon to you. Bits about their lives and their work. It's worth. Today's book worm fact is about pseudonyms. I don't know how many of our audience are where the lot of our famous female authors of the eighteenth and nineteenth century had to write under pseudonyms. In fact, this is a concept that has actually played into today's authorship as well. So part of the reason that some of these authors that are pretty famous, you know, the Muslim authors when they initially published their books had to actually publish under male pseudonyms, or they're writing wouldn't number one be published or it wouldn't be read because it was actually published by female or it would just simply not be taken seriously. So a lot of very famous authors initially published their works under male pseudonyms to the point that even publishers did note that they were females writing the books. They would just Mellon there manuscripts under a male name. And the publisher would have no idea that was actually a female. So so how did the transaction work back ended? They just pay him cash or something like they didn't have to write a check. I was just all through the mail, and they just sent the money back and forth. You know, you didn't have DA's. So you couldn't like, okay, I'm gonna write this checkout to Jack, whoever, you know. And it's actually Jane Smith, you know, exactly interesting. I wanna start with probably the most famous of the pseudonyms was actually the Bronte sisters the Bronte sisters, Charlotte, Emily in an Bronte known for their very famous works. Jane, Eyre, weathering heights and Agnes grey. They wrote under the surname bell with Charlotte going by the name Kerr bell her Emily going by the name, Ellis bell and going by the name, Anton bell. And so all three of them wrote under the same surname, but they use different first names, but all coinciding with their actual first letter of their actual names. And so they did that for a long time before they actually felt that the writing could be accepted under their female names. The next author is actually very famous you actually know her as Lewis may Alcott writer of Little Women. But did you read Little Women long long time ago? So the main character Joe was known for writing very fanciful gothic romances well in actuality Lewis male caught also wrote gothic romances, and she wrote them under the male student A m Bernard, and they were actually discovered in the nineteen forties by two librarian women who were rare book dealers, and they found her writings under amber Nardin able to prove it was Lisa mail, and she'd been writing all that time will not in the nineteen forties. But back in the day under that Nelson, and nobody knew until the nineteen forties. It was actually her. So another woman was for you move on. I just want to toss in a quick plug for Victoria Lynn's forgotten treasures series because she just did one on Louisa may Alcott in his ton of. So of them haven't read yet. So if you wanna learn more about her definitely check that others league in the show notes to that as well. Because that's such a fascinating part of the blog next one. I totally butcher. This name grew her pending was so much easier. She wrote under the name, George sand. How easy is that? But her actual given name was MNT. Lynn Lucille Aurora. Do pine. Okay. She was a Parisian author, but she writes under the name, George sand..