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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Work, advancing efficiency and energy savings in our state, and they're also focusing on heat pumps, which is a great solution to camp climate change. More efficient technology and something that is affordable increasingly. So we're thankful to their work, of course and You want me to keep going? Keep going, Rob. All right. We're very grateful for all those educators out there who are teaching our Children not only The causes of climate change, but opportunities and skills for solutions. And this year the Education Award goes to Darla Johnson, who runs the Community service program at Albuquerque Academy. And she did a project this year where she listened to her students. She had them fine organizations that were of interest to them and research them and do a presentation on them and one of their students. A to their own initiative, researched our organization and then did a presentation and anyhow. They won the Education Award this year in the sea. Grant goes towards their environmental club and climate change solutions that they're going to come up with this year, so we're really proud of what they're doing there. Um, every school can obviously take a leadership role in the Santa Fe public schools. With Lisa at the helm has been done a great job in the climate change area and she's been a recipient of this in the past. So I wanted to say for uh two more awards actually, one more award, which is the The biggest award we give out is the Climate Courage Award. And it goes to either folks locally in New Mexico or nationally, and this year it's gone going Tol Gnome Chomsky and Robert Pollin. And they have made a book called the Climate Crisis and the Global Green New Deal and what's really great about what they've written. Is that they say that climate change is the number one thing we must address in our world and in our society. Um And no John Ski also really carries about nuclear energy and being careful with that, But they also say, Not only is it the most important thing, they have a very clear plan. How we can stabilize our climate and find restoration here in our system in our world, And for that reason I really recommend people reading that book. Um and It is more than anything that solution that embraces actually capitalism but in a way that can be addressing climate change in a very constructive way and investing in Green jobs and adjust transition but also phasing out emissions. So we're really proud of all the award winners this year, and we want to encourage leadership among all the listeners of your radio station. There's tons of things we can do to make this a priority in our life. Are all of these awards you You mentioned seven awards or 66 towards rob her. She's our guest from the climate. Change Leadership Institute are all of these with link, maybe to each of them. I mean, Thomas balls in the road map thing is very interesting to me. If I went to your Web site, could I find a link to him? I'll send you the newsletter. But yes, they'll be posted on the website in Aiken send you the newsletter that has a link to what he's up to so that you can learn more information. Um, you could just Google Road map for a clean energy future and Thomas Bowls But again, our newsletter has the link that I'll send you how two people sign up for your newsletter Rob Well, if the email email me at CC ally Had take responsibility. Not us, okay? I will include them in our mailing list and We welcome people we have about. 3.5 1000 people that are part of our mailing list. So Back and grow. That's great. More people interested. We're not one of those organizations that in and day people with a bunch of emails all the time. It's more seasonal updates that we video I've had to unsubscribe from organizations in the last couple days. You survive on donations. How do you How do you guys How do you guys, uh, afford the grant? We weigh do receive foundation grants, including recently from Thornburg Foundation for the New Mexico Healthy, soil working group that has enacted the healthy soul program in our state legislature and signed by the governor. That's being Administered by New Mexico Department of Agriculture and we help support that program and promoted in our wider community. But that's an example of a foundation grant that is supporting our work. We also get donations from the public. And, uh, my family and I historically match all the contributions we received from the public every year, So we make a commitment and I actually volunteer my time. To run the organization and all the research is that our received go directly to our programming are direct action programs and our collaboration work that we do start. We really appreciate everyone's consideration. Great organization is called the Climate Change. Leadership Institute, Rob her. She's our guest. Rob, Stay healthy. You and the family have a wonderful holiday season. Okay, wear masks. OK, Thanks, Richard. For all you guys do it hut in broadcasting and take responsibility dot.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A goat who lived in a pen on a farm. Let's ask and patch it. The distinguished novelist who often writes for ostensibly grown up Children, and Robin Price Glasser, the creator and illustrator of the fancy Nancy books, among many others. To read a few lines more into their new book. He played hide and seek with the chickens. On the other side of the fence. He ran in circles until he got dizzy and watch the clouds spin overhead. He slept in a soft bed of hay, which made a great snack. If he got hungry, late at night. Good morning goat. It was a perfectly nice life, but he was curious about the greater world. And so he decided to escape. What happens then? And patch it in robin Price glass or join us from Nashville and Southern California respectively. Their new collaboration is escape goat. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you for having us. Thank you. Well, I don't. I don't want to give away too much about the story of a scapegoat. But let's put it this way because the little goat can't speak. At least in ways we humans understand It's easy for people to point their fingers at him, isn't it? Yes. And the origin of this story comes from the fact that when I was a kid, and maybe a little longer than when I was a kid I thought that the term scapegoat meant if you did something wrong, you blamed a goat. And as everyone knows, once they've grown up a scapegoat is a person who gets blamed for the things that other people do wrong. When I first had this idea, I looked it up. I thought we'll surely somebody has already written a book called Escape Goat. I'm Surely everybody thinks that scapegoat is about blaming ghosts, But but no, no, And I don't want to use a cloying word like lesson. But is there something you hope people might find out in reading this book? What I'd like to say about that is that I've really enjoyed talking with Children in schools. I've been doing some zoom schools and libraries and asking the kids after I finished reading what they felt about the story because the goat gets blamed for everything bad that goes on the farm with this family. The mother blames the goat and the kids are lying. And the fifth graders understood why the kids in the story lied because they said they lie because they're afraid of getting in trouble. Then the kindergartners were identifying with the goat because they said their older siblings were always blaming them for things. And then they were also shocked that the adult the mom in particular lies in this story, and we had a great discussion about trust. And how if you can't trust your adults To tell you the truth, Everything falls apart and I realized how very political this story was, and didn't intend it to be a political story, and I that lets me introduced the first book you did together a couple years ago was lamb slide. A newly pertinent now, isn't it? Right? Because that's the story of the Lambs think that they are getting a lamb slide when in fact, one of the farmer Children has one school president by a landslide. They go to their mother. They say, How do we get a lamb slut? You've got to get all of the animals to work together. You've got to see how the other animals feel about having a giant slide. And so they go. I talked to the pigs and the chickens and the goats and they find out hauled. All these animals feel about getting a lamb slide, and then all the animals on the farm vote who knew that when we were putting this together Books about voting and telling the truth on the farm would be so pertinent and what I really love about these books is how they resonated. I spoke to a library in Chicago and I had a bunch of older kids and all of them were really upset. With what they're getting on their computers with the maims and with, you know, all the screaming and yelling coming out of the Internet and out of the television sets about adults lying right now, who do they trust? They're really confused, So it's a really important thing for parents to be discussing with their kids. Showed the two of you ever in the future, right? Another book about a goat. May I suggest a name for you further go? Yes, please. A couple years ago, I met a goat and I named him Gnome Chomsky. What do you think? I really, really like that really like that. I think we can work with that. And hatchet author and Robin Pressure. Glasser their book Escape Goat. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much. Thank you for having.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"See that he's looking out for them. But then then my approach is OK. I get where you support where he's coming from. So then the question is Sort of like the are you better off now than you were four years ago? Question like, is the country actually safer from, say, North Korea today than it was four years ago or Russia or Iran. And when you look at the record It's not, you know, simplest measures. They got more nukes. North Korea's got more nukes. Iran is closer to Anouk. You know, Russia is more aggressive. So that's the way I tryto try to approach it so that it's a you know, it's kind of a before and after right so that there's kind of a hard measure and listen, whether people buy it or not, I don't know, but that's I feel like the best approach I could take as a journalist did Ah, present any kind of challenge to all. Those who spoke to the president has Well, we can describe is a deep and profound and unshakable enmity against CNN. Um, Here's the thing. Yeah, it's Israel. And there were folks who wouldn't talk to me because of that. But there are many who are and I I maintain. Open channels with the administration and And I'm often granted interviews and access that that I you know, I'm glad to have because I can't. I don't think any of us could do our job Well, unless we're still able to challenge them. What? On the other hand, I also end up on the kind of pointy under that, too, because you know, I don't want to share here. But I'm certainly not the only one who gets his share of personal attacks and France. Etcetera, whatyou're frankly enabled by By the administration's approach to all this and deeming us the enemy of the people and so on and that, you know, listen my feelings about that a pretty strong I think it's unjustified and dangerous. But it's a fact of life operating in this environment. And and my my other reaction to it is You know, Screw it. I'm gonna keep doing my job. And let me think, Sahara for her call and go right to another color that stayed in San Francisco. Dave, join us. Welcome. Yeah, I was thinking, actually quoting Ah, Gnome Chomsky, who had been reading a lot Lately, and that way of asking a question. I don't think Trump is so much mad John Gotti. He's basically Like a Mafia chieftain, but but he's not in control. This would be transfused argument, and he's being controlled by the oligarchs lose considerate consideration of oligarchs internationally that are propping this kind of clown president. So that that would be my question to you. I haven't read your book. Thes. Discussions are very interesting, But do you believe any of that line? I do first off. Thanks for calling. I appreciate it. If you'd do me the honor of reading it, I'd appreciate that. I'll take your critiques. There's a paper tiger quality to this president, write a a perception of his own power and an advertising of his own power to his supporters. Again. It's not supported by the record. If you look at the way the strong men that he so add miser admires deal with him, whether it's an Erdogan of Turkey or a Putin of Russia. Or Kim Jong un. They've all taken advantage of him, right? Kim Jong UN Advantage the last four years to expand his nuclear program. While while Trump was advertising all these face to face meetings, he was building more nukes. He took advantage of Trump. Trump's the weak one in that relationship. Putin is doing whatever he wants, wherever he wants in general. And certainly at home and in Europe in many parts of this country is perceived the stronger, stronger one in that relationship, and Erin want to. I mean, I tell the story about how You know that the president twice withdrew U. S forces from Turkey after phone calls with Erdogan. No discussion with his team about what it was seeking or how he was going to get out. But Erdogan just kind of convinced him on the phone. I'll take care of this. And Trump got off the homes that fine. We're pulling up surprise. He also likes to Turkey of the Philippines, too. We could have that name to the list from wondering by the way you take to your point. He's moving closer to China and all this. So one of the U. S. Get for that friendship. Losing a treat. Well, not Luthor. No weakening a treaty alliance in Asia. As I said earlier, early on, President Trump was certainly trying to Ah Establish a relationship with China that now seems to be going another way. And I think a lot of that hinges on politics. It's interesting, isn't it that we get this report from Evan in about William Omnia, the National Counter Intelligence Security Center had That Russia is trying to again toy with our election, but so is China and Iran. On the other side against Trump. I found that just the sort of Skeptical meter in my in my something went off meter. Yeah, I'm the one off. It was a little convenient. I mean, here's the thing The headline from that is that four years later, Russia is interfering again to benefit Trump. That's the headlock. Remember, That's what happened in 2016. By the way, the president and Republicans repeatedly tried to undermine the second half of that, which was that They were doing so to help Trump, although that's the intelligence community's assessments alone, bowled four years later, they're still doing it and still to help Trump and by the way, four years later, the president still won't call them out on it. That's that's the headline now. The fact that attached on we do know that China, North Korea, Iran all attempt to interfere in this in this election, and that's been going on for some time. How do how do we know that they want Trump to lose, right? We know It's in the public record. How we know Russia wants Trump doing just based purely on.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"They could be deputized for the duty of in connection with the protection of property owner occupied by the federal government and persons on that property, and when a federal courthouse is being lit on fire, commercial fireworks being shot at it being shot at the officers. I think that that falls pretty well within the limits of 40 U. S. Code 13. Yes, that my friends is how it is done. This is America. First of May. Sebastian Gorka and thatwas. The President's press secretary, Kayleigh Mcenany being asked in a Aggressive, churlish fashion by Gian Karle. So where in the Constitution does it say that the president can deploy officers of the DHHS Department and agencies toe actually do Laura enforcement across America? The answer. Mr Caul. Is, of course, 40 U. S. Code. 1315 And when federal court buildings are being set ablaze on the local mayor on the local chief of police does nothing. Or, in fact, in certain jurisdictions removes the police from the police stations. There's one person you can call and it's not Ghostbusters, and it's not Superman. It is the incumbent in the White House. A man who momentarily we are 4.5 minutes away from the president's press briefing. Not in this case on the Corona virus, although I'm sure he'll get to that. But the president will be making announcements in just a few minutes about additional law enforcement measures. The federal government has to take why Because Democrat leaders are not taking them. When you have yesterday in Chicago, 15 people shot At a funeral 15 and what's the man doing? Sending snarky tweets. To the White House. Because that's the priority of Lori Lightfoot. Snarky tweets as 15 people are shot, which is par for the course I guess on a Sunday afternoon in Chicago, but at a funeral On a Tuesday night. That's the vision off the future. What was it all well set in 1984. Imagine The boot stamping on a human face. That is the future in this case, not the state's boot. Of the boot off antifa of rioters such such as black lives matter. The number is 83333 Gorka 8333346752 What kind of cover? What kind of excuses? Are they coming up with? For the utter anarchy. Meadow, Blasio. On MSNBC. Is trying to give excuses for why crime is rising has nothing to do, of course, with people being released from prison. People getting no bail release from prison. No, it has some other cause. Let's play Eric Video Cut one. This is Wilhelm. That's his real name will help that calls himself Bill the Blasio on why there's violence in places like New York video cut one. I've been the safest big city in America for years. We've had a very tough few months, no doubt and it is directly related to the Corona virus. The dislocation it's caused in our society. The fact our court system is not functioning yet. So many factors that have been absolutely aberrant for just the last 45 months, But we will beat it back because we've done that for 1/4 century in this city and Joe, The key point is, we will do it. We've beaten back time. For 1/4 century. You mean Rudy Giuliani? Created out of a hellhole. Livable, successful New York. Is that what you mean? You hack The Corona virus is the cause. As you genuflect and panda with your paintbrush. Painting black lives matter on the tarmac outside Trump Hotel. Oh, and because the the court system isn't functioning. That's why you have crime rampant. You have more than 100% increase in certain crimes. You have an exponential explosion in violent crime and murders. And then you have in a two week space. A 400% increase. Officers of the NYPD deciding on early retirement and resulting in what you and the commissioner Staunching attempting to staunch the flow of good men and women out of the New York Police Department by banning banning what? What kind of fascist bands a police officer. From finding for early retirement. Why Are you doing that because you are responsible for the anarchy. The court the courts on why would the courts need to function? If you are releasing you are releasing people without bail. Who was salt, the highest ranking uniformed officer in New York, the superintendent. Blood running off his cranium. Yes, he's assaulted by your body's What's your daughter doing? Builder Blasio. We know she's on the side of the anarchists. He's dripping and plot. Assaulted in uniform as the highest ranking officer. And what do you do? Make sure that he The criminal. Who perpetrated that assault. Is released without bail. This. This. Is the enormity of the situation that we find ourselves in far too long. We allowed the left to get away with it. We said it's it's conspiracy theory that the extremists are in charge. It's not true that they're fringe figures. We can laugh at Michael Moore and Gnome Chomsky and Crazy people like Oliver Stone. They don't represent the Democrat Party. Yeah, You're right. They don't The Democrat Party is now represented by people who truly hate America. Who say what we are The problem. The brave officers from the Department of Homeland Security are storm troopers, Stormtroopers. That we are akin to a fascist state. Why? Because somebody in federal government wants to catch the criminals stop them committing crimes. That's the problem. And you are on the side of the people who say what defund the police. That America is the problem. It's time my friends. It's time. Time to stand up..

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Magazine Harper's magazine. Has published a letter on justice and open debate and it's I mean, it's been signed by all the big wigs on the left, and some of the people like Steven Pinker. On DH Malcolm Gladwell. Also on this but Gnome Chomsky Mac Gnome Frickin Chomsky is on this David from Gloria Steinem. And here's what the letter said. Our cultural institutions are facing a moment of trial. Powerful protest for racial and social justice are leading to overdo demands for police reform, along with whiter calls for greater equality and inclusion across the society, not least in higher education, journalism, philanthropy and the arts. But this is the arts. Okay, But this Ah needed reckoning is also intensified a new set of moral attitudes and political commitments that tend to weaken our norms of open debate and toleration of differences in favor of ideological conformity. As we applaud the first development. We also raise our voices against the second. The forces of ill liberalism are gaining strength throughout the world and have a powerful ally in Donald Trump, who represents a really threat to democracy, But resistance must not be allowed to harden into its own brand of dogma or coercion. Which right wing demagogues are already exploiting the Democratic inclusion we want can be achieved only if we speak out against the intolerant climate that has been set in on all sides. To the intolerant climate because they use the word climate control. Would that be like Climate deniers should go to prison yet of their Holocaust deniers. Yeah, sure. Like that. Just like, OK. All right. I just I'm just wondering while we've come to expect this of the radical, right, can you give me a place in the radical light right where you're Being silenced where you've lost your job. You've been silenced. By the radical right either radical, right? I can't really come up with anything Recent. At least I can. I could give you 100 names of people that have been silenced who are on the left and on the right by the radical left, But not one can I can I think of right now? I mean, occasionally there's things where the right pushes back on cancel culture type of stuff. Which I'm not a big fan of. I know Some people are where, like you go after Let's say Jimmy Kimmel or somebody else who's done an equivalent act as to someone else who didn't need to. They just got what they went after Jimmy Kimmel themselves that I mean, that's I mean, it's not the right going after Jimmy. They did, but he didn't get canceled for it. But that's who I mean there. It's the left going after they're going after Gnome Chomsky. Yeah. I mean, they're going on a little Hamilton. I mean, come on. They're going after everybody. Can I tell you something? That is that is so unbelievable. Hamilton Hamilton. I'm I'm I'm not thinking that the people who wrote it produced did start in It are exactly conservative. No, I mean, can you remember Glen? The last story we heard about a Hamilton, which is on Ly I, seemingly a few months ago. Was Mike Pence, going to Hamilton and getting booed in the crapper because he showed up to watch it. That's how conservative that production was. And now that's even being targeted. So now now the left is irritated These people who wrote this in Harper's Bazaar, one of their political weapons is cancelled culture. Driving people from their jobs, shaming dissenters and demanding total submission from anyone who disagrees. This is the very definition of totalitarian ism. It is completely alien to our culture and our value mes values and has no place in the United States of America, who said that That Nome Chomsky was that Gloria Steinem? That was that Donald Trump has Donald Trump that said that ammand they're upset because, well, J k. Rowling was, you know, signed this letter to how dare you put your name next to J. K. Rowling because she's being canceled right now. Now, the only reason why she hasn't been cancelled already is because You know she's worth a $1,000,000,000 nobody wants because everybody knows. Yeah, Go ahead. Please cancel her. Our publishing house will pick her up immediately, So they're not canceling her there, just canceling everybody else. Gillian Philip, who authors Kidsbooks has been dropped from the Air and Hunter Book, Siri's After adding a hashtag to her Twitter profile in support of J K rolling Is she? She used to write fictional book Siri's and short stories, focused kids, Tweens and teens. She's written a lot. But she put on her Twitter handle the hashtag. I stand with Jake a rally and she's been deemed transphobic by the trans lobby and, um, she is. She's no longer working today. No longer working today, but The publisher said. The worlds created by Air and hunter are meant to be inclusive for all readers, and we want to let you know that Gillian Philip will no longer be writing any of the 100 novels. Philip said, disappointed that the hard working professional attitude I brought to my work for HarperCollins and for working partners counted for nothing in the face of an abusive mob of anonymous Twitter trolls. Kind of, but she's out. Incredible eyes legitimately incredible to watch this happen. It's it's It's. It's burning down a cultural society all at once. I thought this thought multiple times this past weekend, Glenn, which is you wrote your book addicted to outrage too early. You know, that book explains all of this stuff. This this is, you know, getting rid of our history of abandoning just the concept of actual people having A new agreed upon truth right, like the idea that we could just kind of come together and say, Okay, well, that's true. That's no longer the case. People are just making up their own truth, and we can obviously point out examples with around the gender debate and all of these things, but you go through that and what's behind it, and with postmodernism in that book, and it's like That while it was going on, then this era right now is eggs. It's exactly that I go back to that over and over and over again that is explained over and over in that book about how the basis of this and it's the way we're attacking these things, you know, like Abraham Lincoln being good. You know when it comes to helping African Americans Martin Luther King. I mean, Martin Luther King used to be the thing we would all come together and say, Well, of course, yes, you know, Ah, character is important. It's not skin color that is no longer what they were arguing. You look over and over again, and they are not asking for equality there, not saying we should all ignore each other's skin color and just come together and be equal. That is not what they're asking for. Explicitly. They're not asking for that anymore. And you take away like a recent piece of history. Relatively With someone like King and abandon that thought completely. There is no agree upon. Truth at all. You know, it's what's really scary is the agreed upon truth that we used to have that we used to think you remember. We learned on 9 11 that no, not everybody really kind of felt like we all thought we kind of loved our nation. OK, 9 11 happened. We all felt that way. 99 12 happen, and we all kind of gathered together. And then after you know what about a year you started realizing now there are some people that really don't like America. I am. I was shocked then, and I am shocked now that on the same day I want to play two pieces of audio. They both came out yesterday. This is the first piece of audio's from a Seattle City council member. I want you to listen to what she's saying to Jeff Bezos. And what she's saying about our system of government. Listen. I have a message for Jeff Bezos and his class. If you attempt again over John, the Amazon tax working people will go all out in the thousands to defeat you. And we will not stop there because you see we are fighting for far more than the stacks. We are preparing the ground for a different kind of society. And if you just want to drive that process forward By lashing out against us in our modest demands, then so be it because we are coming for you and your water system. We're coming to dismantle this deeply oppressive, racist, sexist, violent, utterly bankrupt system of capitalism. This police state We cannot and will not stop until be overthrow it and replace it with a world based instead on solidarity, genuine democracy and equality..

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Justice and open debate. And it's I mean, it's been signed by all the big wigs on the left. And some of the people like Steven Pinker Ah and Malcolm Gladwell. Also on this, but Gnome Chomsky math gnome Frickin Chomsky is on this David from Gloria Steinem. And here's what the letter said. Our cultural institutions are facing a moment of trial. Powerful protest for racial and social justice are leading to overdo demands for police reform, along with whiter calls for greater equality and inclusion across the society. Not least in higher education, journalism, philanthropy and the arts. But this arts But this Ah needed reckoning is also intensified a new set of moral attitudes and political commitments that tend to weaken our norms of open debate and toleration of differences in favor of ideological conformity. As we applaud the first development. We also raise our voices against the second. The forces of ill liberalism are gaining strength throughout the world and have a powerful ally in Donald Trump, who represents a really threat to democracy, But resistance must not be allowed to harden into its own brand of dogma or coercion. Which right wing demagogues are already exploiting the Democratic inclusion we want can be achieved only if we speak out against the intolerant climate that has been set in on all sides to the intolerant climate. Because they use the word climate control. Would that be like Climate deniers should go to prison yet of their Holocaust deniers. Yeah, sure. Like that. Just like, OK. All right. I just I'm just wondering while we've come to expect this of the radical, right, can you give me a place in the radical light right where you're Being silenced where you've lost your job. You've been silenced. By the radical right by the radical right. I can't really come up with anything Recent at least. No, I can't. I can't give you 100 names of people that have been silenced Who are on the left and on the right by the radical left, But not one can I can I think of right now? I mean, occasionally there's things where the right pushes back on cancel culture type of stuff. Which I'm not a big fan of. I know some people are Where, like you go after. Let's say Jimmy Kimmel or somebody else who's done an equivalent act as to someone else, and you didn't need to. They just got what they went after Jimmy Kimmel themselves that I mean, that's I mean, it's not the right going after Jimmy. They did, but he didn't get canceled for it. That's who I mean there. It's the left going after they're going after Gnome Chomsky. Yeah, I mean, they're going. I mean, little Hamilton. I mean, come on, They're going after everybody. Can I tell you something? That is? That is so unbelievable. Hamilton. Hamilton. I'm I'm I'm not thinking that the people who wrote it produced did start in It are exactly conservative. No, I mean, can you remember Glen? The last story we heard about a Hamilton, which is only I, seemingly a few months ago. Was Mike Pence, going to Hamilton and getting booed in the crapper because he showed up to watch it. That's how conservative that production was. And now that's even being targeted. So Ah! Now now the left is irritated at these people who wrote this in Harper's Bazaar. One of their political weapons is cancelled Culture. Driving people from their jobs, shaming dissenters and demanding total submission from anyone who disagrees. This is the very definition of totalitarian ism. It is completely alien to our culture and our value mes values and has no place in the United States of America, who said that That Nome Chomsky was that Gloria Steinem? That was a Donald Trump. That is Donald Trump. That said that ammand they're upset because, well, J k. Rowling was, you know, signed this letter to how dare you put your name next to J. K. Rowling. Because she's being canceled right now. Now, the only reason why she hasn't been cancelled already is because you know she's worth a $1,000,000,000 nobody wants because everybody knows. Yeah, go ahead. Please cancel her. Our publishing house will pick her up immediately. So they're not canceling her there, just canceling everybody else. Gillian Philip, who authors Kidsbooks has been dropped from the air in Hunter Book, Siri's After adding a hashtag to her Twitter profile in support of J K rolling She she used to write fictional book Siri's and short stories, focused kids, Tweens and teens. She's written a lot. But she put on her Twitter handle the hashtag. I stand with J. K. Rowling. And she's been deemed Transphobic by the trans lobby and, um, she is. She's no longer working today. No longer working today, but The publisher said. The worlds created by Air and hunter are meant to be inclusive for all readers, and we want to let you know that Gillian Philip will no longer be writing any of the 100 novels. Philip said, disappointed that the hard working professional attitude I brought to my work for HarperCollins and for working partners counted for nothing in the face of an abusive mob of anonymous Twitter trolls. Credit, but she's out incredible eyes legitimately incredible to watch this happen. It's it's it's. It's burning down the cultural society all at once. I had this thought multiple times this past weekend, Glenn, which is you wrote your book addicted to outrage too early. You know, that book explains all of this stuff. This this is, you know, getting rid of our history of abandoning just the concept of actual people having Um, agreed upon truth right, like the idea that we could just kind of come together and say, Okay, Well, that's true. That's no longer the case. People are just making up their own truth. And now we can obviously point out examples with around the gender debate in all of these things, but you go through that and what's behind it, and with postmodernism in that book, and it's like That while it was going on, then this era right now is eggs. It's exactly that I go back to that over and over and over again that is explained over and over in that book about how the basis of this and it's the way we're attacking these things at you know, like Abraham Lincoln being good. You know when it comes to helping African Americans Martin Luther King? I mean, Martin Luther King used to be the thing we would all come together and say, Well, of course, yes, you know, Ah, character is important. It's not skin color. That is no longer what they were arguing. You look over and over again, but they're not asking for equality there, not saying we should all ignore each other's skin color and just come together and be equal. That is not what they're asking for. Explicitly. They're not asking for that anymore. And you take away like a recent piece of history. Relatively With someone like King and abandon that thought completely. There is no agree upon. Truth at all. You know, it's what's really scary is the agreed upon truth that we used to have that we used to do remember We learned on 9 11 that no, not everybody really kind of felt like we all thought we kind of loved our nation. OK, 9 11 happened. We all felt that way. 99 12 happen, and we all kind of gathered together. And then after you know what about a year you started realizing now there are some people that really don't like America. I am I was shocked then and I am shocked now. That on the same day, I want to play two pieces of audio. They both came out yesterday. This is the first piece of audio is from a Seattle City council member. I want you to listen to what she's saying to Jeff Bezos. And what she's saying about our system of government. Listen. I have a message for Jeff Bezos and his class. If you attempt again over John the Amazon Jack's working people will go all out in the thousands to defeat you. And we will not stop there because you see we are fighting for far more than this, Jax. We are preparing the ground for a different kind of society. And if you just want to drive that process forward By lashing out against us in our modest demands, then so be it because we are coming for you and your rotten system. We're coming to dismantle this deeply oppressive, racist, sexist, violent, utterly bankrupt system of capitalism. This police state We cannot and will not stop until be overthrow it and replace it with a world based instead on solidarity, genuine democracy and equality..

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Harper's magazine Harper's magazine has published a letter on Justice and open debate. And it's I mean, it's been signed by all the big wigs on the left, and some of the people like Steven Pinker Ah and Malcolm Gladwell, also on this, but Gnome Chomsky math. Gnome Frickin Chomsky is on this David from Gloria Steinem. And here's what the letter said. Our cultural institutions are facing a moment of trial. Powerful protest for racial and social justice are leading to overdo demands for police reform, along with whiter calls for greater equality and inclusion across the society. Not least in higher education, journalism, philanthropy and the arts. But this heart's okay. But this Ah needed reckoning has also intensified a new set of moral attitudes and political commitments that tend to weaken our norms of open debate and toleration of differences in favor of ideological conformity. As we applaud the first development. We also raise our voices against the second. The forces of ill liberalism are gaining strength throughout the world and have a powerful ally in Donald Trump, who represents a really threat to democracy. But resistance must not be allowed to harden into its own brand of dogma or coercion, which right wing demagogues are already exploiting. The Democratic inclusion we want can be achieved only if we speak out against the intolerant climate that has been set in on all sides stoop the intolerant climate. Because they use the word climate control. Would that be like The climate deniers should go to prison yet of their Holocaust deniers. Yeah, sure. Like that was just like, OK, All right. I just I'm just wondering while we've come to expect this of the radical, right, can you give me a place in the radical light right where you're Being silenced where you've lost your job. You've been silenced. By the radical right either radical, right? I can't really come up with anything Recent. At least I know I can. I could give you 100 names of people that have been silenced who are on the left and on the right by the radical left, But not one can I can I think of right now? I mean, occasionally there's things where the right pushes back on cancel culture type of stuff. Which I'm not a big fan of. I know Some people are where, like you go after Let's say Jimmy Kimmel or somebody else who's done an equivalent act as to someone else who didn't need to. They just got what they went after Jimmy Kimmel themselves that I mean, that's I mean, it's not the right going after Jimmy. They did, but he didn't get canceled for it. That's who I mean there. It's the left going after they're going after Gnome Chomsky. Yeah. I mean, they're going on a little Hamilton. I mean, come on. They're going after everybody. Can I tell you something? That is? That is so unbelievable. Hamilton. Hamilton. I'm I'm I'm not thinking that the people who wrote it produced did start in It are exactly conservative. No, I mean, can you remember Glen? The last story we heard about a Hamilton, which is only I, seemingly a few months ago. Was Mike Pence, going to Hamilton and getting booed in the crowd because he showed up to watch it. That's how conservative that production was. And now that's even being targeted. So now now the left is irritated at these people who wrote this in Harper's Bazaar. One of their political weapons is cancelled Culture. Driving people from their jobs, shaming dissenters and demanding total submission from anyone who disagrees. This is the very definition of totalitarian ism. It is completely alien to our culture and our value mes values and has no place in the United States of America, who said that That Nome Chomsky was that Gloria Steinem? That was a Donald Trump Has Donald Trump that said that? Um, and they're upset because, well, J k Rowling was, you know, signed this letter to how dare you put your name next to J. K. Rowling. Because she's being canceled right now. Now, the only reason why she hasn't been cancelled already is because you know she's worth a $1,000,000,000 nobody wants because everybody knows. Yeah, go ahead. Please cancel her. Our publishing house will pick her up immediately. So they're not canceling her there, just canceling everybody else. Gillian Philip, who authors Kidsbooks has been dropped from the air in Hunter Book, Siri's After adding a hashtag to her Twitter profile in support of J. K. Rowling. She she used to write fictional book Siri's and short stories, focused kids, Tweens and teens. She's written a lot. But she put on her Twitter handle the hashtag. I stand with J. K. Rowling, and she's been deemed transphobic by the trans lobby and, ah, she is. She's no longer working today. No longer working today, but The publisher said. The worlds created by Air and hunter are meant to be inclusive for all readers, and we want to let you know that Gillian Philip will no longer be writing any of the 100 novels. Philip said, disappointed that the hard working professional attitude I brought to my work for HarperCollins and for working partners counted for nothing in the face of an abusive mob of anonymous Twitter trolls. Kind of, but she's out. Incredible. I legitimately incredible to watch this happen. It's it's it's. It's burning down the cultural society all at once. I thought this thought multiple times this past weekend, Glenn, which is you wrote your book addicted to outrage too early. You know, that book explains all of this stuff. This this is, you know, getting rid of our history of abandoning just the concept of actual people having A new agreed upon truth right, like the idea that we could just kind of come together and say, Okay, well, that's true. That's no longer the case. People are just making up their own truth. And now we can obviously point out examples with around the gender debate in all of these things, but you go through that and what's behind it in with postmodernism in that book, and it's like That while it was going on, then this era right now is eggs. It's exactly that I go back to that over and over and over again that is explained over and over in that book about how the basis of this and it's the way we're attacking these things, you know, like Abraham Lincoln being good. You know when it comes to helping African Americans Martin Luther King? I mean, Martin Luther King used to be the thing we would all come together and say, Well, of course, yes, you know, Ah, character is important. It's not skin color. That is no longer what they were arguing. You look over and over again, and they're not asking for equality there, not saying we should all ignore each other's skin color and just come together and be equal. That is not what they're asking for. Explicitly. They're not asking for that anymore. And you take away like a recent piece of history. Relatively With someone like King and abandon that thought completely. There is no agree upon. Truth at all. You know, it's what's really scary is the agreed upon truth that we used to have that we used to do remember We learned on 9 11 that no, not everybody really kind of felt like we all thought we kind of loved our nation. OK, 9 11 happened. We all felt that way. 99 12 happen and we all kind of gathered together. And then after you know what about a year you started realizing now there are some people that really don't like America. I am I was shocked then and I am shocked now. That on the same day, I want to play two pieces of audio. They both came out yesterday. This is the first piece of audio is from a Seattle City council member. I want you to listen to what she's saying to Jeff Bezos. And what she's saying about our system of government. Listen, I am a message for Jeff Bezos and his class. If you attempt again over John, the Amazon tax working people will go all out in the thousands to defeat you. And we will not stop there because you see we are fighting for far more than this tax. We are preparing the ground for a different kind of society. And if you want to drive that process forward By lashing out against us in our modest demands, then so be it because we are coming for you and your rotten system..

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Writers warn in open letter against threat to free speech

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Writers warn in open letter against threat to free speech

"Hey, you Group of more than 100 prominent liberal writers, perfect professors and activists. Have come together and signed an open letter against cancel culture. The list of folks is long and I had to dig up the whole list. Maybe you could do that. Shawn broke your mind. J. K. Rowling of Harry Potter fame Newyorktimes opinion editor Barry Weiss, political activist Gnome Chomsky All sorts of people have signed this letter and I will read you part of it. It's entitled a letter on justice and open debate. Our cultural institutions. Air Facing a moment of trial, powerful protest for racial and social justice are leading overdue demands for police reform, along with wider calls for greater equality and inclusion across those society, not least in higher education, journalism, philanthropy and the arts. All right, fine and dandy. Everybody's for equality. But this needed reckoning is also intensified. A new set of moral attitudes and political commitments. The Tendo weaken our norms of open debate and toleration of differences in favor of ideological conformity. As we applaud the first development. We also raise our voices against the second. Then they go ahead and give their liberal bona fide. He's including calling President Trump a real threat to democracy. Oh, yeah. You mean you mentioned known Chomsky You can't get any more left the gnome Chomsky, but he's the old left right where you would have these discussions and not hound somebody out of a job. Oh, that reminds me. I've got to get to that Boeing executive who was hounded out of his job for something, he said. 30 years I'll tell you right now. 30 years ago, he said, I don't believe women should be in combat. Wow, That's it, which was an 85 to 95% attitude 30 years ago. It's probably 75 now. But he was forced to resign his pressure to resign. That is troubling. This is what these people are talking about. I promise anyone when I'm 70 was that you will not have to pressure me to resign. He'll. He'll have to chain me to my chair to keep me with, you know, I'm gone anyway. It also warns that the resistance should not hardened into its own brand of dogma or coercion. Insisting that an intolerant climate has played both sides of the aisle. The free exchange of information on ideas, the life blood of a liberal societies daily becoming more constricted. Well, we have come to expect this on the radical right. I suppose maybe I like the way right censorious Nous is also spreading more widely in our culture on intolerance of opposing views of vogue for public shaming and ostracism and the tendency to dissolve complex policy issues in a binding, blinding moral certainty. We have pulled the value of robust and even caustic counter speech from all quarters, But it is now all too common in here calls for swift and severe retribution in response to perceived transgressions of speech and thought. And one more a little bit. More troubling. Still, institutional leaders in a spirit of panicked damage control are delivering hasty and disproportionate punishments instead of considered reforms were already paying the price in greater risk aversion among writers, artists and journalists who are here kid lively hoods if they depart from the consensus or even lack sufficient zeal in agreement, anybody who's in the public eye at all. Who hasn't had those feelings. You're crazy. Your crazy your You are not reading the room. You have to be careful and scared of what you can and cannot say, Yeah,

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on No Agenda

"Influence our political system Trying to steal Secrets at our research universities and so forth And we are focused on it. We have something we call the China Initiative. We brought a lot of indictments. But it's something we'll have to expose by letting the business community understand exactly the nature of the threat. Still waiting for the indictments they did have those indictments with the Harvard By the few Durham Inspector General. Durham has Sent out subpoenas for a grand jury. Not Quite sealed indictments yet. But they're frontal Jack. This is big news man. Durham sending out subpoenas. I think it's all bull. Durham exert too. Here is Ingram asking about the Evil Bill Gates Digital Certificates Foundation are in favor of developing digital certificates that would certify that individuals American citizens have an immunity to this virus potentially other viruses going forward to then facilitate travel and work and so forth. What are your thoughts from? Civil Libertarian. Point of view about these types of what someone say tracking mechanisms? That would be adopted. Going forward to reopen are broader economy. I'm very concerned about Slippery slope in terms of continuing encroachments on personal liberty. I do think during the emergency appropriate. Reasonable steps are are are fine but digital certificate to show who has recovered or Ben tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has a people who've received it that's his answer read it. Ask Me Anything. They had a little forum. That'd be a little concerned about that. And the tracking of people and so forth generally especially going going forward over a long period of time would bars thinking is. That's our job dammit. Hey Bill Gates Horning in on our action we track the citizens not you. Bill Gates slippery slope as creepy GAISFORD. Even consider this idea. It's the idea is not. He's not considerations the idea and then finally Just some some comment about the media. In general I have been surprised that in fact there's very disappointing because I think the president went out at the beginning of this thing and and really was statesman. Like Trying to bring people together working with all the governors Keeping his patients as a as he got these snarky. Gotcha questions from the White House. Media Pool and The stridency Of the partisan attacks on them has gotten higher and higher. And it's really disappointing to say and the politicization of of decisions like the hydroxy. Chloroquine has been amazing to me before the president said anything about it. There was fair and balanced coverage of a very promise. Hold on that's tell right there. What he's saying before the president talked about there was fair and balanced coverage. Does that mean only Fox? News talked about it well fair and Balanced Bill O. Reilly it's well but it's it's kind of the Fox slogan is it. Yeah well yeah I guess I guess you would. It could easily be perceived that way. I don't know I'm not sure. Any finish resident said anything about it. There was fair and balanced coverage of of this primary promising drug and the fact that it had such a long track record that the risks were pretty well known and as soon as he Said something positive about it The media's been on Jihad discredit drug. It's it's quite strange. Wasn't that interesting. I we have the German Blitzkrieg then. We have the Islamic Jihad. What did we miss? We miss the crusade. He should've mentioned a crusade somewhere and we would have had a couple of religions in that clip is interesting because what he pointed out was exactly what you pointed out early or now. Olaf pointed out in his letter to us That the media was like feeling one way about what sweetser doing like Sox is not the way we do it. And then trump says is not the way they should be doing it. They started on a dime great. This is the way to do it. How bad is the media? Well here's an example. I'm going to finish with okay. They brought on democracy now for my weekly. I try to get some clips on Thursdays usually the most reliable. David Friday's a good day. If they actually have news but often amy takes Friday off by putting on some one guy the Yak away and sometimes it's good sometimes. It's not This last Friday she put on Gnome. Chomsky was retired in now. He has a David Letterman Bill. Beard this huge white beard. He looks like Shit and he can barely talk. And he's in Arizona where there's an east make it a point of virtue signal that he said Homema- refuse to God's side so they bring them on and I only have like a toy. I didn't get her intro. I cut that out and then I have a total of fifty four seconds of him saying absolutely nothing because he keeps saying this is indescribable. I you know this is beyond description and it. What good is he? If this is the this is his answer to everything and so this short clip might be a good way to end it happening right now in the context of the twenty twenty elections. And what he sees happening in November.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

11:50 min | 1 year ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"From New York City the epicenter of the pandemic. This is democracy now. We're totally dysfunctional government which is causing enormous problems. It's not that nothing was known as anticipated all for trump's Turbie before his reaction was to cut back preparation for how the United States the richest country in the world become the world's epicenter of the Corona virus pandemic. Today we spend the hour with gnome Chomsky. The world renown political dissident linguist author discussing this unprecedented moment in history and its political implications this Senator Bernie Sanders suspends his campaign for the Presidency. Call to say no that the tenders campaign failed. I think that's a mistake. I think it was an extraordinary success. Clearly shifted the a arena of debate and discussion issues. That we're a couple of years ago or no right. In the middle of attention. Now Chomsky also describes how frontline medical workers worldwide get him hope firing tribute to the resources of the human spirit of model before it can be done along with the popular action just to create the International. These are all very positive signs today known Chomsky for the hour all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm Amy Goodman Corona virus cases or surging across the United States. The epicenter of the with one person dying of cove in one thousand nine hundred forty seven seconds nearly sixteen thousand seven hundred corona virus deaths have been recorded in the United States with the number of confirmed cases approaching half a million more than Italy. Spain and France combined. The true rate if infections is far far higher due to a critical lack of testing the US Labor Department said Thursday over six point. Six million Americans filed for unemployment benefits over the past week as the pace and scale of US. Job Losses is set to rival the great depression officially seventeen million. Americans or more than ten percent of the. Us workforce are currently out of a job though that statistic does not count immigrant workers or millions more who've tried and failed to file unemployment claims while State Labor Department's buckle under a CE`namas of paperwork around the United States. Food Pantries are reporting record demand even as donations have fallen precipitously one pop pantry in Van Nuys neighborhood of Los Angeles there's Mile Long Line of cars on Capitol Hill. Senators fail to agree Thursday on a new round of Corona virus relief. Democrats objected a Republican effort to increase funding for a small business loan program by a quarter of a trillion dollars there instead demanding. A more expansive stimulus bill with federal aid for hospitals and more assistance for state and local governments here in New York. The number of confirmed corona virus cases has topped one hundred sixty thousand with a record. Seven hundred ninety nine deaths reported in just twenty four hours though that does not include scores of people perhaps hundreds who died in their homes over the same period. The pace of deaths in New York now exceeds any country in the world except the United States as a whole on Hart island in the Bronx Workers and has matt suits are burying the bodies of dozens of unclaimed corona virus victims in mass graves each day. The New York Daily News reports nurses at at least three New York City hospitals who've tested positive for corona virus are being asked to work while sick at the White House. Top Corona virus taskforce scientists. Dr Anthony Fauci said there are signs. The pace of new infections in New York is falling as social distancing measures. Begin to bear fruit. Think yesterday was something like two hundred new hospitalizations and it's been as high as fourteen hundred at any given time so that is going in the right direction. I say that and I always remind myself when I say that. That means that what we are doing is working and therefore we need to continue to do it. President trump continued to ignore the urgent please of Public Health Officials. Thursday as he once again called on the. Us TO REOPEN MUCH OF ITS ECONOMY EARLY. May TRUMP ADMITTED CORONA VIRUS. Testing would not be widely available by then but insisted his plan wouldn't risk second wave of corona virus infections and deaths trump was questioned by CNN correspondent. Jim Acosta Nutrition discussed the possibility of reopening the country when the administration does not have an adequate nationwide testing system for this virus. You need a nationwide tunnel system from the virus before you really. We have a great testing system with the best right now. The best testing system in the world over a million people across the United States have been tested for the corona virus just a fraction of one percent of the population. After National Public Radio reported the trump administration was preparing to end federal support for Corona virus testing sites around the US. Today that's Friday the Department of Health and Human Services reverse course instead it will continue to fund forty one community testing sites around the United States in Riverside California first responders evacuated nursing home Wednesday after most staff members fail to show up for two consecutive days more than a third of the facilities ninety residents tested positive for Kovic one thousand nine hundred in a hopeful sign. California Governor Gavin newsom said Thursday. The number of corona virus patients requiring intensive care fell for the first time in California since the start of the pandemic in Kansas Democratic governor. Laura Kelly is suing Republican lawmakers to stop them from overturning her executive order limiting the size of church gatherings ahead of Easter Sunday services in Minnesota Attorney General Keith. Ellison is pressing charges against a landlord. Who violated a state order barring evictions during the pandemic in Florida? Billions of dollars worth of tomatoes. Squash and other crops are rotting and fields has supply chains that normally provide the food service industry with fresh produce have broken down on Thursday Florida Governor Rhonda scientists claim the Corona Virus doesn't seem to threaten children and falsely stated that nobody under the age of twenty five has died of Cova nineteen in the United States in Chicago. A second prisoner at the Cook County jail has died of Cova one thousand nine hundred nearly three hundred prisoners and more than one hundred staff at the jail have tested positive on Thursday prisoners. Posted signs in the windows of theirselves reading. Help no supply. And we're dying in Manhattan. The Cathedral of Saint John The divine has cancelled plans to become a temporary field hospital for cove in nineteen patients leaders of the Church's Progressive Congregation. Had A partnership with the field hospitals operator the Christian fundamentalist group Samaritan's purse in a statement. The Cathedral wrote quote the beliefs and ideologies of Samaritans purse and the Cathedral are not the same and while we were willing to welcome into our home in our community the cathedral would not waver on our outspoken support for the rights of all including our Lgbtq family the Cathedral statement read according to a Cathedral Source. The Cathedral plan to hang a pride flag on the front of the Cathedral which was unacceptable to Samaritans purse earlier. This week. New York City activist Reverend. Billy was tackled and arrested by New York police after he planted rainbow flag near the Samaritan Purse Field Hospital tents in central park outside Mount Sinai Hospital at the Vatican. Pope Francis is set to deliver Good Friday Easter services by video stream from a nearly empty. Saint Peter's Basilica Holy Thursday services did not include a ritual washing of the feet in order to prevent community spread of the corona virus. More than eighteen thousand. Italians have died of covert nineteen in less than two months though. Italian mayors say the true toll is likely far higher with many of the dead still uncounted. In France authorities have ordered nursing homes to report deaths of confirmed or suspected corona virus patients officially more than twelve thousand have died of cove in nineteen across France. But that number is expected to jump by over forty percent once deaths outside. The hospitals are counted in the United Kingdom. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reportedly been moved out of intensive care but remains hospitalized with Kovic. Nineteen nearly eight. Thousand Britons have died from the corona virus in Spain lawmakers voting remotely have extended a national state of emergency to April. Twenty six Spanish Prime Minister Patriots. Sanchez told a nearly empty parliament. He's convinced social distancing measures will need to be extended even further into the month of May in Portugal European Union. Finance ministers agreed Thursday to a rescue package worth over half a trillion euros or about five hundred ninety billion. Us dollars in Kazakhstan and NASA astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts blasted off on a Soyuz rocket Thursday after an extended quarantine to prevent the corona virus from spreading to the International Space Station. Chinese authorities have ordered a lockdown if an eastern border city home to one hundred thousand people after discovering a cluster of cove in nineteen cases. They blame on travelers recently returned from Russia. The lockdown comes strict social distancing measures then lifted another parts of China including Wuhan where the first corona virus cases were detected late last year in Mexico City. Sex workers are being forced to live on the streets as many of the hotels where they work have closed and clients are staying away over Corona virus fears. This is Sarah via one of seven thousand sex workers in Mexico City left without income and without government assistance. Then the government is making us die of hunger because they've left us without work. The left us without help because we're sex workers. There are no benefits that help us and we have families to maintain back in the United States. Frontline healthcare workers held a national day of Action.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on VS

VS

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on VS

"On versus often. We like to ask people what they have been knocked out by recently, what piece of media or thing in the world has had a profound effect on you recently knocked to the floor etcetera. Pat. Do you have something that you've encountered recently that you could gush about? Yes. Rewatching this almost everyday or at least once a week eternal sunshine of the spotless mind. Oh, yeah. That is wrecking me. Yeah. All the worst ways in all of the best ways like worse ways because I see too much of myself in clementine and a lot of that movie allows me to critique her as this smokescreen of actually finding ways to grow within my so, and that movie is just all around Araya's movie. I mean, Michelle Andre is just so good good. The they're also doing just kidding. Which is with Jim Carey, and it's the same people who made attornal sunshine it's out lanes on like legit be Monday. Mr. Rogers, this Rogers is supposed to be about that. But check it out. I heard it was good. I haven't watched it yet. But it's the same people who did that movie me on. Thank you. Thank you. Check that out. Yeah. I went through a thing. Also where I was like watching like almost everything that Michelle Gondree ever made. The science of sleep which has got guile Garcia Bernal beautiful found it is. It's also like kind of fucked up like if there's like an equivalent of a manic pixie dream girl. That's just like tortured doesn't respect boundaries dream. Boy, you know, him has bad behavior out of love or whatever. But it's beautiful to interesting film to watch. Yeah. I like fucked up character. I rare he made that movie with Jack black and most deaf become rewire. Yeah. Producer daniel. He produced Asia block party, which which I watched like once every five months. He also made this weird film. That's like mostly animated mostly like he animated. That's just like his conversations with gnome Chomsky. It's kinda bad. But it's interesting. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I had I had like a few year period. Of mild obsession with with that man is over after dive in this that you maybe Pat you just made me want to dive in. I've watched watching term sunshine. I have to say and a good. Tend years me I feel like I'm waiting to rewatch it because I just went through big break up. And I was like I need a little bit of space and a little bit of padding. But it keeps coming up on my Netflix being like are you ready now? And I'm no, I'm not. Coco on Netflix for one. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I also haven't gone back to cocoa 'cause you know, the tears the tears cocoa tears are real. So on every episode of versus we'd like to play a little a little game. Fisticuffs called this person that in this corner, we have the series known as whose box and in the other corner, we have the series known as American horror story. So who wins like coven or like, the blob that ate everything? I definitely think American horror story pre Roanoke would win Beagles. Be as a woman oak was that weird cult series, which which was like they were in a house that was hunted by a bunch of mystical white people that were basically supposed to be native land that they were in and it was haunted. But it was by a bunch of white people who were like, which is and it was really weird. It just didn't make any sense that was four anyway..

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on WTVN

"Then. Venezuela. The lights have gone out. What is it like to be in Venezuela today? Got to believe dark. For one thing except flood the torches that are in the streets. Imagine a darkness something darker and scarier than the deepest parts of the ocean darker than awful darkness space, the darkness of night, a house shackled by darkness because there isn't any electricity. And there hasn't been for months. But then again, that's not the dark. I'm talking about. The real dark is the dark part that lives inside of you the things that you now have to do on a daily basis just to stay alive. Around the corner, you hear the bestial shouts from Caracas jail. The prisoners of taken over at least. That's what you hear. They feel. They could do a better job of controlling themselves. Then whoever has been doing it lately. It was one hundred years ago that this country was lavished in wealth. Not too long ago. You were rich you are healthy in that chubby nineteenth century Russian diplomat way, you eight well, you probably eight too much black turtle beans and fried bananas. Sato negro drool just thinking of a tender shredded beef and the carrot and oregano tinged broth. You strode through steakhouses on special occasions, you AT bones, like, a Texan you drank Chilean wines Malbak from Argentina occasionally glass of cognac. Because you were drunk, but because you could because you enjoy the sprouting goodness that life had to offer man that life. It seemed like it was never gonna end. Now look at yourself. Era. Bag of bones. Bones jutting out like false teeth at times, you think about all the energy, you waste, just breathing. Happened. Now, you can barely afford a single egg one eg. Eggs that fall on the backsides of chickens, and I can't afford it. Your mouth quivers the Friday tender so tender of pops open, which is the product before losing onto the fried papaya and rotisserie chicken. You've lost one hundred twenty pounds since it all started going to hell and now you're in it. Firmly. You weren't rich were middle class lower middle class. Even that's just how good things used to be. Although there was always the cinderblock hobbles. You can see from the plane is you land in Caracas. Spread the office where you used to work as an accountant now empty abandoned overtaken by squatters people like you lost everything who limp a little more each day toward their death. Man, all in black now patrol the streets, shotguns, black bulletproof vest, black tarp, light shirts, black pants black military boots. People have her cars in the street because there's nowhere to go. Nothing to do. Gasping a bit rest below a crucifix statue, the left tilting. Head of Christ in blazin in a soft and satellite, the burnished rise of daylight breathing into a new day. Looking at Christ. Perhaps for the first time you understand suffering. You understand his defeated? Look, the look of hopelessness violence and death. The hopelessness of surrendering. Surrendering until it stops mattering. You hope. Do you have that one hope left that all things will change? But you really hope that just anything begins to change. It was also promising at the beginning. Everybody was going to be able to live the high life, and now only a handful are and they are the ones that live behind the gates. This you think to yourself. This is the socialist utopia. They promised all of us as Venezuelans. As you sit there under the statue. You begin to replay it all in your mind and wonder. Where are all those Americans those celebrities those from Hollywood. Praised our leaders and helped convince us that this was the road to prosperity. I wonder what they're eating tonight. They all praised the all praised Hugo Chavez, and then they came back and they were on the bandwagon because he was a bus driver. He was a guy who was one with people, and he was going to carry on this. Great tradition. Started by chevette. Well, the real story is it was already falling apart. When Chavez got sick, let alone at his death. It was already coming undone. It doesn't last long at some point you run out of other people's money. And so it falls apart and democratic socialists will say we believe in the free market. We believe in the free elections of a democratic socialist country. We have to have free and open elections. Until the people start turning against you. Then always like Maduro, they either Riggott or they cancelled the election. And that's what's happened. But where are they it wasn't too long ago? Let me remind you with the words from Sean Penn Oliver Stone, Danny Glover and gnome Chomsky that all things were looking up in Venezuela. This was a bright new future. First of all, I consider.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Context with. Elected leaders who are the stewards of this democracy. Elect okay. It is. It is a. That is very difficult. But at that you up to. Okay. Thumbing is the task with many challenges, but he knows you will continue the fight. He gave his last breath. Free democratic self determining Venezuela. That's fantastic. If any of it were true as he had his arm around nNcholas Maduro as he was saying it. If you think that the socialists really believe in a self determining a group of people and exchange of ideas. Then why are they silencing so many people today in America? Don't you? See this is they don't show up in black boots. They don't show up in in in scary, uniforms. Germany. They showed up in those black uniforms. But those weren't scary at the time those were sharp uniforms. They were designed by Hugo, Boss. They instilled confidence in the people they thought. Oh, wow. Look at them. I want to be a part of that. Now only. Now, do you know what they really mean? And now those uniforms are frightening. They show up as friends as Ronald Reagan said I'm from the government. I'm here to help. The most frightening words anybody has ever spoken. If they truly are going to create a utopia where all of us can express ourselves. Then why are they silencing us today? Why is that gnome Chomsky? Why is that Oliver Stone? Danny Glover, Sean Penn you all should be held accountable for what you said. And I know you're going to have an excuse. Well, they just didn't do it right in Venezuela. They never do it. Right. Shame on you Hollywood. And shame on you American press where are you as people languish in the dark and starve? Bye. By the way, we already have people on the ground at the border. They are trying through oh,.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on KTOK

"That is the task with many challenges. But he knows that you will continue the fight you gave his last breath. Continue free democratic self self-determination. Venezuela. That's fantastic. If any of it were true as he had his arm around nNcholas Maduro as he was saying it. If you think that the socialists really believe in a self determining a group of people and exchange of ideas. Then why are they silencing so many people today in America? Don't you? See this is they don't show up in black boots. They don't show up in in in scary, uniforms. Germany. They showed up in those black uniforms. But those weren't scary at the time those were sharp uniforms. They were designed by Hugo, Boss. They instilled confidence in the people they thought. Oh, wow. Look at them. I want to be a part of that. Now only. Now, do you know what they really mean? And now those uniforms are frightening. They show up as friends as Ronald Reagan said I'm from the government. I'm here to help. The most frightening words anybody has ever spoken. If they truly are going to create a utopia where all of us can express ourselves. Then why are they silencing us today? Why is that gnome Chomsky? Why is that all of our stone? Danny Glover, Sean Penn you all should be held accountable for what you said can I know you're going to have an excuse. Well, they just didn't do it right in Venezuela. They never do it. Right. Shame on you Hollywood. And shame on you American press where are you as people languish in the dark and starve? Bye. By the way, we already have people on the ground at the border. They are trying through oh,.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on Science Salon

"Of conversations with leading scientists scholars and thinkers about the most important issues of our time. Come to this AMA special. This is well, technically AMA number three just has a single question. What is your opinion of Jordan Peterson? This is any one person's question. I get this allot pretty much every week. And I just posted a link to some highlights Fhimah public event, Richard doctrines that I did in Berlin. In november. We were asked four questions in the QNA of Jordan Peterson. Even though it wasn't the topic of our discussion at all. So obviously people really are interested in Jordan. So I thought for this. I would just read the article the indepth essay I wrote or skeptic magazine on Jordan Peterson. So before I do that me just note parenthetically, asking your opinion, if somebody like, Jordan, who's a complicated. Did person commented many on many different topics in the media. There isn't one answer that is to say somebody who is opened about so many different subjects. It's inevitable gonna agree with some disagree with others. Have no opinions on still others. So it's a little bit like asking, what's my opinion of gnome Chomsky or Richard Dawkins or Sam eras or somebody like that the plenty of things with them on others, disagree with them on. I know opinion about other parts it's on. That's just the way it is with somebody like that. I do know Jordan, not well, I wouldn't call him a close friend, but I interact with them a fair amount. And I find a highly likable person. He's a good gut in the same way. People ask me Deepak Chopra's of fraud or intentionally deceiving people. It's no, no, no, not at all. I know quite well and his intentions are good. We can disagree on on philosophical foundations of believe sewer, which which is the right strategy to take. But like Deepak, I think Jordan means well, he wants to make the world better place. He wants to help people as a clinical psychologist. So that's his job in a way. And. So my interactions with Monette sensitive been positive. He's been two per polite. In Papa me at me on his podcast. I've appeared with them at different events and private dinners in and my precious of him are actually pretty positive even if I disagreed with some of his philosophical beliefs about truth, which is what my essay is going to address. So gives me without further ado, by the way, I'm gonna read this. I read all my own audio books, but this will not be professionally produced where if I stumble out sentence. We edit out all that can do that is gonna plow right through little more organic. So this appeared in volume twenty three number three of skeptic issued before last recorded this year, the essay title is have archetype will travel the Jordan Peterson phenomena. When I was a lad one of the most popular television series of the early nineteen sixties was the western have gun will travel starring Richard Boone in the title role is Paladin a mercenary gunslinger whose name echoes the nights in Charlemagne's court. He was the night without are the chivalrous Paladin war. Custom made suits was schooled in philosophy classical literature. Opera, piano poker. Jess end was printer naturally gifted in fighting skills from Chinese martial arts in western fisticuffs to swordsmanship in firearms Paladin, usually try to resolve his clients problems nonviolently, but as signal on his title business card embossed, see the image at the top of this page with the Knight chess piece, also emblazoned on his holster more often than not he relied on his custom made Colt. Forty five single action reveal. Over with a unique rifled barrel.

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Some important news breaking about Donald Trump will get to here in just a second. We do not have a lot to say about it. And that is the most important thing we could say about it. And I want to explain why that should be your attitude today. All right first, let me tell you about. I mean, some really really important stuff. I mean, there's a government shutdown on my gosh what's going to happen with Nancy Pelosi, which by the way. Do we have that letter to Nancy Pelosi from Donald Trump because I need to read it on the air in case you've missed it. Because it is. Oh, happy days are here, again is is what we were all promised. When we were when we when we said to each other. I don't know about policy, but it'll be fun. The fun is just getting started with his letter to Nancy Pelosi. Okay. So we have the horrible government shutdown. We have the the Mueller probe or the molar Perot. We have all kinds of stuff what we need is a really big cultural icon to come in. And tell us what we need to do and think about all of these things. And when I say, I mean, really big cultural icon, I mean, that's gotta be like what the pope now. Gnome chomsky. No, no ski have a Betto. Maybe he could be our Gawker. Growing guards are. No, no. We don't even have a convict lower think lower. What we have for. You is a former stripper who's now a rapper who wraps things as the Queen of rap who wraps things that high. Usually fourth grade level understanding of the world, that's our cultural icon that is now. Rhyming her way into our world to tell us what we should do about about the world and politics. I wish we could just preemptively assign our votes to them like if we could just if there is a program, maybe the government could run they'd have a list of celebrities. And then you just turn your vote over to the celebrity, and they multiply the celebrities vote by whatever, however, many were turned into them. It would save so much time. We wouldn't have to listen to this news. Just let them vote for us. Well, I mean, I like that. But I have to see a picture too. Because I have to see the green eye shadow. Oh, you know what? I mean. I have to see that. I've seen that lovely nails that are being now because then I can trust that they know what's going on geopolitically Begnaud. It's usually the nails that put me over the edge. Is it really? Yeah. Okay. Well, anyway, for some reason television last night, it was like a Cardi B swarm. And and we had this great finger snapping routine. That was I'm glad you acted it out. Thank you very much did to make you comfortable, very comfortable. Yeah. Okay. It makes my kids comfortable they like it. Oh my gosh. They love it for some reason or another when I describe it as a punishment that if you don't do as you're supposed to dad's going to take you to school, and I'm gonna just stand out in front and just kind of do some dad dancing show a little SAS. Yes. Exactly show little SAS. Anyway. So the political equivalent of a broken toilet plunger last night. Expressed a widely held that you don't ever see on TV or from from somebody in the liberal, Hollywood or entertainment. An anti President Trump point of view. You're kidding. No. No. I didn't think they existed they found someone who doesn't like Donald Trump. Yes. That's. Cardi B Cardi B. Yeah. Yeah. So she she called half the country racist. Which again, I haven't heard that. And and then she just took her courage and said, I'm going to take it to I'm gonna take it right to the people. I'm I'm gonna I'm gonna tweet tweet this. I'm gonna Facebook this. I am I hope somebody in the mainstream media has the courage to play it over and over again. And boy who have seen it coming. They did you're kidding. They know they did it really did it. They did it. They they already be. She laid it all out. She was like look this. What's happening when the government, right, right? And this is what's happening with the racist people in America, and they don't care about all of these poor workers that have jobs with the government. And is gotta stop that was your SAS again as well. Yeah. I can't do the Cardi B SAS, but she was sassy and very profane. That's kind of. Yeah. It is it is. Well, usually, you don't get that from your finer strippers. That's a good point. Yeah. I it's interesting that it seems like and this is just a an observation. I I will say do not have the academics full study to back. This is just an observation. Okay. I've noticed that when a stripper is able to achieve a different, you know, like. Enter into another career like this in this case rally. But anyway, wrapping while rhyming, I mean, sorry like rhyming while stripping, right? Okay. When they find a different career something as diverse and disparate as those two careers, right? They go from stripping right to just rhyming naked, and well it also leaving like one one thousandth of a normal clothing that people wear on. So you're still minorly clothed. You're right. Download different than stripped wholly different than straddling. Yeah. So I guess my point is that I think it's interesting that when you are a stripper, and then you changed careers rarely do you go back to stripping. There's not really a lot of people who who go back and say, you know, I kinda like this one better most people decide that you know, I'm going to stick with this new thing that I'm doing. And. Point here. Then. What is my point? I as I just said, it was an observational study was on the point is that what you do with an observational study. I'm going. Observation it seems like the people who go, and they choose this one career path and then get another option. Choose typically the second option in most cases. I don't know why I can't think of a reason why we all know wonderful career. Are you trying to discredit the the art of stripping? Why would you even say that? I just said this is science man, this this was an observation observational state. That's how science starts he start with an observational studies s going out to eat a double blind, and and and to meta analysis, and you go the whole the whole process. Science doesn't start with start with facts. Somebody said, yes. So another bunny head on that bunny. That buddy will have the ability to look behind and front. Well, that's not science, man. That is just that's you know, what that is. What's that bunny racism, and I'm hearing I'm hearing stripper racism from you. That's what I'm hearing. I'm hearing you don't like strippers, you somehow or another trying to discredit Cardi B is it because she's black or is it because she's a stripper which one is it. Neither one. I'm I'm I'm just I'm just like listening to her analysis and thinking, perhaps, it's not astute. Perhaps though she says so many words so quickly. I can't really tell maybe it is an incredible point. Maybe she's on earth and a major investigation against Donald Trump say this way, say this way, maybe you'll convince more people. Maybe she's unearthed a major investigation. Was that the SAS again? A dash of SAS. Snap your fingers. Like, well, you know, what President Trump is President Trump? And then he seemed to be shaking your head a little a little bit just a little bit. You know, as you say, he's say things, and then you, and I you know, what that bunny can look both behind and in front. And now, it's true. Okay. I'm gonna work on that one. But I'm going to work on it in private. I'm not going to work at it on a national television and radio show. That's one place. I'm not going to work on that one. Are you saying I'm saying, you know, what I'm saying? Now. One of my children may have misbehaved last night. And I'm going to name that child child..

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Keep up with what's happening. Five seventy eight. Out. Donald Trump will get to here in just a second. We do not have a lot to say about it. And that is the most important thing we could say about it. And I want to explain why that should be your attitude today. All right first, let me tell you about. I mean, some really really important stuff. I mean, there's you know, the government shutdown. Oh my gosh. What's going to happen with Nancy Pelosi, which by the way? Do we have that letter to Nancy Pelosi from Donald Trump because I need to read it on the air in case you missed it because it is. Oh, happy days are here, again is is what we were all promised. When we were when we when we said to each other. I don't know about policy, but it'll be fun. The fun is just getting started with his letter to Nancy Pelosi. Okay. So we have the horrible government shutdown. We have the the Mueller probe or the molar probe. We have all kinds of stuff what we need is a really big cultural icon to come in. And tell us what we need to do think about all of these things. And when I say, I mean, really big cultural icon, I mean, that's got to be like what the pope now. Gnome chomsky. No, no, Chomsky Betto. Maybe he could be our Gawker..

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"gnome chomsky" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"gnome chomsky" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"A N K A. N D J O H N. John we've got another question comes from Matt who asks deer hanging John was recently walking in downtown Minneapolis on a busy day when I suddenly needed to sneeze. I turned my head to the side and began to raise my arm to cover my sneeze. But at that very moment to cyclists rode pass me from behind on the sidewalk. So surprised was I by the presence of this person that I didn't get my arm all the way up, but the sneeze was inevitable, and I sneezed directly under the side of his head. So I was so horrified by the situation that I didn't say anything and he did not stop biking. What was the proper etiquette here, saliva cycling? Matt. I mean, the proper etiquette is not to cycle on the sidewalk. Yeah. Look, I think you just you just had an experience. No one ever will get to have which is that you got to sneeze on somebody's head and with no negative repercussions. Yeah. The only time you can do that when you're like three or the Queen. Imagine like the Queen sneezing on you. And you're like it was an honor, ma'am. Can you give me right onto the side of the head here? That's where I like it. It's like how Louis the fourteenth palace. One of the best jobs was to go into the bathroom with Louis the fourteenth. Like that was the job that they were all jockeying for those were the days, Hank. Why don't we go back to absolute monarchies out back then eighty five percent? Absolute poverty rate life expectancy of thirty six. Oh, good old days. It's amazing. What humans can romanticize like it's amazing back on. I was just watching a couple of period movies, Mary Queen of Scots the favorite like these costumes are fantastic. Nobody's talking about. The fact that all these people are going to die at forty two of smallpox. Just like hundred. The what we don't talk. Like, why why did we spend so little time when enjoying pride and prejudice talking about all of the sudden diarrhea that they all all the time. It's you're not wrong. All right. What are we talking about? Matt Matt you're good. Everything is fine. Obviously it wasn't an ideal situation. The cyclist has a good story to tell you have a good story to tell you probably didn't even give a disease to that person. No. Yeah. I we all have these things that we think about at night, these interactions that we regret I I have this vivid memory of walking while reading a book with my head down and somebody ran directly into me. And the person said you got to watch where you're going and it's true. I shouldn't have been reading a book while walking along aside walk in New York City. I'm happy to admit that however, it takes two people to create such an interaction. So what I should have said. And what I desperately want to have said is listen we both needed to be watching where we were going. We both have suffered consequences as a result of this shared. Failure. And now, hopefully, we will move forth in the world better people for it. But I didn't say that. And it's haunted me ever since Matt I need to forgive myself for that you need to forgive yourself for this. We all just we all need to forgive ourselves and move on. It's what the Queen would want matters. There any chance that the person you sneezed on was like Andy Richter somebody like mildly famous. It's a great example of somebody who's mildly famous because if you like even if it's not one hundred percent, you could like I need on a stranger who is biking pass me. Isn't a good story. I sneezed on Andy Richter as he was biking, an amazing story, even the slightest chance. Yeah. Just make Andy Richter. Yeah. I mean, I can think of a few people better than Andy Richter like ice Neeson Gary Busey as he was cycling past what a story. Sneezed on gnome Chomsky as he was cycling past good. Very good. And also known Chomsky is a cyclist. Oh, yeah. I could picture him cycling along getting sneezed on or like or or you'll never guess who I sneezed on today. Just cycling pass me. It was Tori Amos..

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