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What a Buddhist Monk Learned from Nearly Being Assasinated
"Thank you for making time for this. Really excited to talk to you. I really. WanNa. Hear your story because I've read a little bit about it and it's fascinating. Can you tell me how you first encountered Buddhism? Yes the first time I encountered Buddhism is in nineteen ninety. Lift to Uganda in nineteen ninety as students. Still mean for not fair Housing Need Gun Die Scholarship to study. INDIANA. Headed the government of India through in Yemen, extent culture program is going to pay for me to study in India. Business. That was excited. I didn't know anything about Buddhism, but the only thing that is connected to bosoms what Gautama because we studied history about Indian personalities like Mahatma, Gandhi, end Gautama Ferretti that good Mohsini Buddha. So good time. I have ever happy faintly and my story. So when I went to India I. did not that even the religion could Buddhism philosopher David so I just went to study business and until nineteen and arrived. I'm because when I arrived India, they had this strike. And then we we didn't go to school. We did started this school immediately. So then our putting a hostile where there are some people who looked very slim doing and. They have shaved head the they are putting on robes or rose. To say hello to them. So I went there then I sit hot one and the ad it beaming smile had. Happy so we became friends and in A. Long Story Short, the me into the temple I should dig would ask you then they told me about Buddhism there that Buddhists and the they told me don't take Dina just delighted breakfast. Assault then they are the ones who really told me that yes, this region called Buddhism and it took me to the temple for the first time and the temples. Good. Assure the hand. I should be behalf either in Chattanooga and that's when I I really got to know that a temple. So that's how I know about what is him but That Buddhist people edited and those most just wanted to be friends with me. I wanted to be with him and Cindy. GimMe Food they give me a minute things slowly slowly they stop telling me about. What they believe in. On time I went to Brahma, cameras, we just the boost people, but is meant tradition. The told me that debilitate Bra Mars. And I had seen one I was quite or the time in the evening Tony Oh I asked him you. Calm and peaceful way. Have you good evening? He told me he goes to meditate or. Meditation then I went there admitted with Matas and then they have discovered this that you focus on lucrative. And then you really meditated breathing in and breathe out but his commentary, right so your story piece food. Your Com nobody can destroy you. So when I finished that a mid station, I went to the monks again I told them that that'd be meditating this. Who told you to meditate thought that some of the WHO's Viacom common peaceful and told way can meditated. Then I told him what I've been doing the told me no, no, no. No you should meditate weapon go deep meditation, and now doesn't fuss time to get to know what meditation you good. Mom told me the best meditation Vision. So then I to know mutation literal. So from Buddhism. The most yeah. About Communication Gorby. I know you were raised Catholic. So, here you are in a completely different country encountering this religion for the first time a religion you didn't even know existed what about Buddhism and Meditation spoke to you given your history why was it so appealing this practice send this faith. Actually for me into the. Lack. of Meditation when I went to Meditates it was no Malini evening and then I was so stressed out in India, it's hot country I was eating hot foods and I was looking for Chatchai filled to see. Every time I went to look for because I was McCaffery those no jet unfunded when I go to the judge, this was in Hindi, a language that I don't understand. So now we're not going to judge there I was going. To check. So that. Good. That back. Then I believe like that. So now every time I go to check ECHINACEA the English obvious or gotTa salaries so which is my language I was just going to judge People just talking a foreign language and literally I said. This people have also religion could Hindus I to do what they believe in and then slowly by slowly when I went to. The fuss medication do not even a Buddhist one I did a Hindu meditation. So I sat. And mid I feel so much. More peaceful than me. When I was in chat, you know in chat sometime of silk can now is it new? Don they're going to pray things? So but that's a short time in a judge acquitted my bring. But when I was in meditation, I told really give any and. When I came out, it was so peaceful and relied rest of amongst the win admitted. So peaceful.
The GREATEST Wealth Strategy of All Time with Reshveen Rajendran
"The greatest wealth strategy of all time who is not going to press play on this I mean fire nation if you're listening to this right now you obviously did I'm excited chat about this because there's a lot we're going to be covering and you have quite the story forest US brothers. So let's dive right into the story because I want to know how does a person go for making a million dollars a year to a million dollars a week break down for This year collected to combat a once and what happened was Tony Robbins became speaking been. Talked about how to dominate me say there's one Gorby said if you give more than every other person to give more Salvia yourself more than every other person in your industry, then you dominate and you win. Any. Seat John I think sometimes you know. Sometimes gets in your body in your soul. So like did quarter really really sunk in men how do you? How do I give more than everybody else and then really really stood something thinking my spirit is this something in my soul. Came back. Entrepreneur on file. Also, fire on fire to give money every single person all day in my industry and dude, you know like if you seen my actions like the action that. Are Given so much a neural. Brunton did something you said give your best stuff for free? I need this things man I need this do things I get my best offer free contrary what entrepreneurs beliefs And I. meet. Sure that I guess more than everybody else out there that nobody would even catch up what else doing this Halloween four million dollars in a year to generating a million dollars in a single week in the month of June I mean fire nation. This is one of those lessons you just have to really absorb just like rush Wien absorbed at Tony Robbins quote so. Eloquently it is critical to recognize the fact that when people don't know you when they don't necessarily have the opportunity to trust you yet they're not just going to lay down their hard earned money to invest in a product or a service or coaching from you like whatever that might look like you need to earn that trust and what better way than what rush Wien. Is talking about by giving the best of yourself for free to completely out serving your competition to such a level that you absolutely dominate and rush, and you're talking to fire nation. It's it's a massive audience around the world and a lot of people right now are saying, well, how do we even get started like I'd love to make a million dollars a week heck. I'd love to make a million dollars a year mean I'd love to make a million dollars over the next five years. That's a lot of money. But what would you say is the best way for somebody listening right now who has very little to get started generating income for themselves. Good. I. Love This. I. Love Your Question Man I love Christian and Syed. I have. I run my company Eramet Company. DEEM RUSH DOT COM check me out and stuff but ironic company in John. I wanted to share with you that I have this vision sue big in my vision is to create the largest community of givers in the would. That's my vision. That's what I've actually set my mind to do. In you know, it's very interesting that you asked me the question because just yesterday somebody actually asked me the same question, right? He is like. So again, a swimming bullock following me and yesterday somebody actually means wishing. He's like rush. Why don't you reply? Why don't you reply to messages right. So again, let me read you this exact messages crazy man, right so You to play I know you told me give more or you didn't know this but I have nothing to give men I will surely stop giving once not growing. Right see the problem is is in many people always see I will give I get rich I will give what I have the knowledge I will you know I will do whatever it takes but. When heavy but he meant you give when you have nothing. I don't know if it makes sense like what I'm seeing. Make sense but you know it's like. Women people tell me that. I was giving when I started growing I'll stop the meeting when I actually make money doesn't make sense. To me is like telling me like he made, I'll stop eating right excising. When I get expect right? Like Dude, you get the six pack because you're eating right and because you are
"gorby" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Me tell you that it all starts at nine AM eastern. Doc was remarkable tear early this year. Well, there's one that was left behind healthcare. Now DaMarcus being pulled rice from China worries. Could the safe consistent healthcare co work be let's say close to being ready to make a comeback like to say ready for comeback. But you know, how this market is take Tele doc health TD one of the world's leading virtual healthcare providers. Regular viewers know, I love the idea of telemedicine, and you know, what we've actually been behind this particular Comey since it was a tiny little startup at a time. When so many of the democratic presidential candidates are campaigning on a single payer healthcare system in part because they want to rein in out of control costs. I think it's worth focusing on the innovative companies could liver Norma savings car. This. What happens in Washington the whole planet? Telemedicine? You don't actually need to physically go to the doctor's office for every single different. Sometimes it's enough to is it after doing video conference, and that ends up costing you and the system weightless money now, tell talk just importer solid quarterly ESP omos stock initially, I hit off the news. It's been worrying ever says at least until today's pullback. This one's had a pretty good year of twenty four percent. It it's still down substantially from its all time highs late September, including a real downdraft over the course of March and April. So it was Tele doc, it's recent rebound sustainable, wet set him with Jason Gorby, the CEO of Tele doc health get a better sense of how the company's doing where it's headed of corporate. Welcome back the money. Jason have a seat. Now. I'd say I'm very proud of what you've accomplished in the time since we started talking each other, how many wives have you now covered versus we have twenty six million covered lives paid in the US falls another ten million who are on a visit feelingly. But now, we're a global company with a quarter of our business outside the US. I bet you could handle twice even three times that your setup for that. Aren't you? You know, actually, we test our systems to ten x our current peak volumes. Let's unbelievable people are going to say that's not possible. Not enough doctors. This is really ridiculous your hyping this company. What do we say to that? I think you have to look at our growth trajectory, we launched in two thousand two it took us until two thousand fifteen to door. First million visits. Two years later in seventeen we did a million visits in a single year last quarter. We did a million visits in just a quarter on that growth trajectory feel pretty good about our process. Well, you should know you heard my introduction. One of the things that were about is the capitalist system. We think the capital system. Here's a lot more things than people realize how come when I hear about the so-called runaway health. I don't hear someone in saying in Washington. Wait a second. There are capitalist ways to fix the problem. Take a look what tell us. Why don't you? Why don't they talk about you? Why I think for the first time the federal government's getting behind virtual care really firmly. So CMS the centers for Medicare Medicaid services is making virtual care part of the Medicare Advantage programs which cover twenty million Americans. Also, I think is most at Washington exciting because it's tough, but this is national mental health month. Okay. And I I'm passionate about this support AMI on the show..
"gorby" Discussed on Cults
"He was killed instantly. Bryant had been just thirty three years old drescher. Immediately went on the run. He ditched his rental car and grabbed a quick flight to Dallas before police phone. Steve's body drescher then rented a car and drove to a high. Oh, where he telephoned Randall Gorby, the elder devotee who had lobbied for Bryant's murder. Drescher told Gorby that Bach pod had promised him eight thousand dollars. For the execution and safe passage across the border, but Gorby told drescher that he was mistaken over the next few days. Drescher desperately tried to get hold of buck depart, but wouldn't speak to him. He realized that he'd been played five days later. I may twenty seventh nineteen Eighty-six drescher was arrested drescher quickly learned that the cops weren't nearly so interested in him as they were in Bach departed between the murders of Saint Denise. And now Bryant they were convinced Bach Depa had blood on his hands. But drescher wouldn't agree to any plea deals? He told them boxy pod is my Lord and master drescher was charged with the murders of Steve Bryant and the missing Charles Saint Denise in December nineteen eighty six. It took a jury three hours to find Thomas drescher guilty of the murder of Charles Saint Denise he was then extradited to California. To stand trial for the murder of Steve Bryant drescher was quickly convicted in California to this was largely thanks to recorded phone conversations between drescher and Randall Gorby. It was only then that Russia realized Gorby had set him up he'd been cooperating with the police after the murder of steep Bryant in an attempt to save himself in December nineteen Eighty-six around the same time drescher was convicted law enforcement began building a case against Bach departed in earnest in addition to the drescher murders and the allegations Bryant made during multiple visits with police. They collected stories from former followers oblivious to the danger closing in around him Bach pod set off on national publicity tour and early nineteen eighty seven he appeared on shows like Larry King Live and Sally Jesse Rafael in an attempt to repair his image as a spiritual leader suggesting he was a victim of. Religious persecution while on tour. He was routinely confronted by former followers accusing him of abuse or hiding the sexual abuse of preteen, boys. It brought back to pod and the entire religions of high Krishna under intense scrutiny in particular, the larger is con- organization had grown disenchanted with the bad press. And the allegations of abuse and murder spurred them to action on March sixteenth nineteen eighty seven. They expelled Dr pod from his con, but his new Dobbin devotees remained loyal for many of his most devoted followers who had stayed with him for years Bach. Pod was above is con-. He was God. And they would not leave him not that anyone ever really got away from the cult unscathed. Buck deposit caught wind that Gorby was cooperating with police even agreeing to testify against body pod at trial in mid nineteen. Eighty-nine Gorby was found dead. Ed in what a thirties ruled a suicide, though, many believe Gorby was murdered even without Gorby. Police had enough to build a case against party pod. And I may twenty fifth nineteen ninety he was indicted for racketeering conspiracy to murder by Nanteuil fraud and insurance fraud the trial began on March eleventh nineteen ninety one.
"gorby" Discussed on The View
"And I don't think he has the requisite experience just take baby steps people. Why don't you try to run, you know, a city or run a city council run for Senate just take great steps? You can't immediately run the United States. I mean, he played or it'll historical context. Just really quick. The last time that there was a party that actually third party. That's switched was the Whigs the Republicans replaced the wigs in eighteen fifty six the last time a third party even came in. Second was nineteen twelve with the Roosevelt. This is a two part of your hungry for a better bribes to this to me is the problem. I think the two party system is essentially broken get reelected, but if you are monitoring moderate on the left or if you're moderate on the right where he's supposed to be loyal chills. Biden last week. He said that he liked Republicans. And he said, quote, blame me father for I have sinned. They were in this crazy place where you can have been like their side. And if you're if you're our chil-, he's a democrat. To where he is on the issues. But because he is not for, you know, health care for all he has to run as an independent. You can't get primary. First of all I wanted to correct something I said Gorby Bush in two thousand gore v I mean, I said Gorby Trump I meant to be sorry about that. Would you've spoken about the Whigs all the time. Listen, here's the deal. I don't believe in telling people. This is what's going to happen? If this happens. I think that's that is a that is something that people do and sometimes they do it to keep people from being motivated get your behind out there and make it your choice. Listen, it could be an independent. I want somebody who knows what they're doing. Now. Sometimes it works sometimes work to work. I feel it worked. Okay. When Obama I'm okay with that a lot of people would not put that to me. He was a community organizer remember when he ran, and they made fun of the fact that he was a community organizer saying that wasn't that was no experience. So you you never know who that person is going to be. I don't think I won another businessman who's run business at the I I that's me personally. Well, this one the one we have now has been bankrupt many times at least Howard Schultz ran a successful. Well, you know that that remains to be seen? You gotta do. Everybody has to do their due diligence to figure out if this is the person you want. Yes. So if Biden runs Biden is ready amount, moderate democrat. So Howard Schultz is redundant. If Biden AM tomorrow, we'll be back..
"gorby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The views. And opinions you hear on talkradio. Six eighty WCBS wcbMcom are not necessarily those of the owners, banishments employers and advertisers WCBS them, but they should be. Okay. Coming up in just a few minutes. Imagine. If there was an app that you could put on your phone that would tell you exactly not only your voting record in your voter registration, but anybody on your contact list. We'll be talking more about that. And of course, the phone lines are open love to hear from you one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four once again is the way to join us when you're calling in. There's of course, Andrew babinski and the Kim commandos show man cave wearing an official again this week, Kim commandos show, very attractive ball cap, and I will tell you it actually makes you look more attractive really than the cardinals cap is it possible that I could make all my clothing out of whatever this hat is made of all attractive all over. I'm still. Trying to put my arms around the fact that us asked me to come over tonight. Yeah. Because you were what are you doing? We are would putting door, and then painting it 'cause I'm really excited about that. Party starts at five. What's going on with our phone calls? Be YO WP bringing would buddy I is Carl is in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. And he is a former hacker is a former Aker. Yes. Oh and love former hackers. You can learn so much about a hacker. I was a bit disappointed because I asked him what Mike is hacking alias was have one. Carl Gorby in fifty five or devil is just Carl the hacker alien seven to four heats you. So he has decided to write a book awesome about ID theft from the hackers point of view. So like ways that he can get to you. Right. And if he can get to you you can avoid it. So he's almost finished with the book, and he wants to your advice on how to promote it. And if you don't tell him, he'll just check your Email finding himself. Nice. I don't know if you noticed this Carl, but we have a full Bank calls, and you're like our first caller. That's awesome. Basically a couple of weeks ago, you're talking to a gentleman and you were suggested to him about his new book. And that's really what got this got me to thinking. And so I was hoping you could enlighten me on how to number one. We're to submit it and how to promote it. Well, let's talk about you. How did you become a hacker? Have you always been a hacker? I've always been into computers. But basically it started as kind of went to the dark side, I'm recovering meth addict. And that led me down the wrong path. And I started making counterfeit ID's and checks cloning credit cards. And so it just went on from there is it difficult to do that colonial credit card. Colona check the checks are so easy. You know, it's it's not it's scary. How easy is all that all that. I would need is account number and know where your Bank was and could look at the routing number, and then I could make up a check I could make it look like, However, I wanted I can put whatever name it would still go through. And would you would you do checks and big amounts or like couple hundred bucks or did you ever hit like so you know, what I'm going to go for a grand or two here? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Payroll checks. I forgot what the limit was at WalMart. But I would send out I had people that I would make ideas for and checks send them send them out. And then I would get sixty percent. But they would be for, you know, run around fifteen hundred sixteen hundred it just depends on where we were going to try and cash them certain places have certain limits. Sure. So how'd you did you get caught? I did actually I was told the people I've sent out to if they were there more than two minutes or the person in the Czech walked to said. Hey. They have to go talk to their supervisor anything to walk away. To leave. There were calling the police and when one time I actually that's what I was doing four hundred dollars payroll. Check in court said, oh, I don't have enough money in buying a Georgia. Let me run and go get it from the safe three minutes later a cop walks in and arrest me. And then did you serve time? No, I didn't. But I'm I'm almost relation. Mitch been. It's been about nine years. But my son was with me when that happened and put in protective custody and. For a four hundred dollar checks. It just wasn't worth the worst thing I've ever gone through in my life. And now you're clean slam. Awesome. Congratulations. A lot of people. Don't get off that stuff. You know, it's it's the devil. It is. It is. All right. All right. Thank you for calling in. I know it probably wasn't easy to tell a story like that. And you had you have a book, and you there's no doubt. It's just a matter of getting it out there. And the good news is at your book doesn't have to be five hundred pages can be seventy five pages. But maybe he's a title like ten things. The hackers don't want you to know today from a former actor or. I did that. We have a whole tip about how to write your book. How to get freelancers to cover? What you're gonna do is. Write it once you, right? It is that you're going to have it professionally edited. And then submit it to kindle through the kindle direct publishing program. And it's really simple to do. You don't need a former publisher. I put you on hold because I'm gonna ask Andrew to give you the direct link as well as posted over in the show picks buttons if you head over to commando dot com and hit that show. Pigs by is that you you'll find a link there because as I always liked to say Carl, and you heard me, everybody's got a great book inside of them say right where you are. More of the Kim commander show's coming.
"gorby" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"Thousands of God's many of whom have you know, the most garish fictional monstrosities. From the point of view of Christianity, you've got people. Worshipping monkeys, you know, like HANA Amman or Gorby elephant headed gods. Like Nash, none of that makes any sense is all understood in context of Carmen, rebirth. That also makes no sense somebody's right? And somebody's wrong and somebody's going to hell, right? If you believe these things, and there's no reason we should find ourselves in this circumstance for centuries, more, right? It make and we and we just don't have the luxury of waiting for centuries to change our views on these. But but sometimes people like self I would say and other criticize it's they they see they sound as if that coming to as if religion was a belief like say believe Jupiter is the biggest planet that was that someone if they were persuaded shut how ridiculous idea that was would would abandon it and possibly miss. But what that does happen? It was it can happen. But it's it's a I think it's a Deepa thing that you'll try to come. I mean as someone who grew up religious. It's not just a belief. It's it's a relationship, you know, to let go of a belief in God is worse than getting divorced. It's a relationship with what you believe to be some one you've had a connection with your whole life. And and so when I think incoming critiques of it. Yes. There is a discussion to have around reason. But it's also it feels like, you know, your core identity as being attacked. I think when when that happens to humans a whole other set of defense mechanisms come into play. And I I guess what I wonder is. Let's say we agreed that a world where religion did not play the dominant role that it does. Now was could be a better world. How would you get that? It might not be a head on assault on religion. It might be like if you look at what's happened with Christianity few hundred years ago Christianity was at least as violent as the most extreme aspects of of Islam today and gradually most Christians have just downplayed those interpretations of the bible those arguments, you know, the people spouse in them have have lost caused people. Most people don't need as coherent and consistent a worldview as you need as I feel like I I need most people are able to embrace an. Element of contradiction and to say, I love the traditions here. And I believe in some of the core ideas of of religion, even with Hinduism, Christians and Hindus can unite on certain things they can unite in an idea that life is about more than shopping. It's about, you know, the expiration of mystery and wonder and the divine in the, you know, Scott is all around us. God's world around us those two things don't have to be that different. They can agree on compassion as as as a core operating system value. I would not get it's possible that an approach that said I love that about your religion that is at the heart of it. And that you do that. I'm uncomfortable with this. How can we talk about that? But but it starts from a position of respect for folk for what is good and arguably the single biggest thing that religions do that fundamentally plays to the moral world. You want is that they have persuaded billions of people that they should. Should pursue the interests of others over themselves, and that that I think is the hottest thing. But the abandonment of religion hasn't really handled yet is that by saying all those rules don't matter anymore. Find yourself polio. Passion, be authentic. We haven't inspired enough people yet to say as a core part of that by the way, don't just let yourself. I think the need is to be able to talk about the most important questions in human life. Without losing our connection to one another and we are not playing that game. Well, we need to be able to hear people out we need to be able to reason about everything because reasoning is the only thing that scales. It's the only way of talking about a problem which stands the chance of being universalize -able. It's it's the and this why entity politics clearly a dead end. It can't. Be that..
"gorby" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"K. welcome back this tree guys. I'm here with someone of mired for quite a long time, and I found out that they were admirers of my old show tonight. And by these steamed attorney general for the Bama administration and man, many talents and abilities, Mr. Eric Holder. All right. It's good to be here with you. Thanks to the show. Let's bring back the nightly show. Let's start an online petition. Let's do this. It say, you know, what's funny is that people people feel like the shows in a box somewhere. Involved with the show deactivated in a box where they're not. Yeah, no, have to open their bucks an activate everyone. The shows there is working under that assumption that well, it's if only life worked like this happen, man. We do the Obama administration. Oh, if only that were true. Is it just sitting somewhere you gave me forty, eight hours. I get the administration, then I bet you let me tell you something when people were joking about, if I don't know if Obama joked about this, but when he he may have joked about running for a third term. I believe he would have been Trump. What do you think about that? There's no question that he would be trend. I think that you know you saw Trump would have been taken foolishly in the way he should have. Right? Yeah, yes. There's also an interesting study that showed that there were four point, three million Obama voters who did not vote in the twenty sixteen election. They trying to blame him back people's that sounds like a blame him back. No, no one. Third of those folks was supposedly African Americans, and if you'd had those people voting at four point, three million voting and the the third of those who are African Americans that would have certainly put him over the top in the industrial midwestern states that Hillary loss. And and I think would have carried him to victory and even some of the other states. So because Obama definite. We had a a second talent as a politician to bring in extra people. But it's funny 'cause Gorby Bush know. And you know, Clinton won twice and everything. You know, I guess Bush the second time. He clearly one. It's really just that's really the only blip in a long time where there's not a a clear consensus of who the American people went outside of the electoral college I'm talking about. Yeah. I mean, you know, Hillary winning by almost three million Clair's that's a clear a clear decision on the behalf on the part of the American people that they wanted her to be president. We'll by the fact that you know Trump is still of the belief. I guess it there are three million people flown in from Mars reading a cast vote. You were you, were you still part of the administration when he win Trump was elected, no lead on right. I left. I left before that. Did you talk to anybody when it happened with what were what was the reaction? You heard some some fresh stuff. Well, you know, I was. I was with, I was campaigning for Hillary attorney general. You know, allowed to Cam. Pain. And so was my first I was I my my, I return to the campaign trail since two thousand seven, two thousand eight. It's supposed to be a non-political position. Yeah, so I didn't do any campaigning in two thousand twelve and I, I think everybody was very surprised Sean. I don't think there was a sense of complacency, but all the polls and I think the Trump polls showed it as well. And the polls actually show were correct in showing that a two, two to three point differential in the popular vote..
"gorby" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"The theme of swimming that goes through this movie because there's so much swimming in here. We've got the major thing of Vincent swimming against Anton at the beginning when they're young. And that happens right after they sliced their fingers and they're supposed to become blood brothers. But if memory serves, they don't actually come mingle their blood. But I think blood and swimming, there's a line at one point about when you're weightless, it's the closest thing to being in the wool. And obviously you're swimming around kind of in the womb in. There's this whole idea of the real Jerome, that Eugene was a swimmer, the silver medallist swimmer, and even in the script, a lot of the scenes of dialogue that happen actually happened in Jerome's house where he's got a one of those Kalman Infinity pool, the pool that you could swim against all the time. So those this whole idea of swimming going on. And I think it really does have stuff to do with the womb and with blood because the there's also I think another line about you can you can't change what's what's inside of you can't change what's swimming inside of you perhaps is the line. But I mean, that seems like a nice theme that's going throughout this whole thing, and that the idea of defeating our antagonised feeding Anton at the end takes place with a basically, it's a swimming contest is like, oh, okay, that's kinda nice because we never see him again. I mean, that's the end. The of his time line in this movie, and it's a really nice way to show again that dedication from Vincent slash, Jerome, that he is the one that can best as brother because he never thinks about the return journey, which is also what he's doing when it comes to space. He doesn't think about the return journey. He just thinks about getting there. I was kinda. I mean, this is this little face value on my part, but I always kind of took it as kind of a sperm analogy because he was, you know, Vincent was the sperm that aided naturally to fertilize the egg in a time where most people weren't having children in that way, you know. So he, he, it's a little. It's a little corny and a little, as I said, like on the nose, but I, that's the way I was interpreted interpreted kind of all the swimming in this film is just just the kind of subtlety remind you that he's one who made it naturally. He's the. He came from the Victoria, sperm thousands of other sperms to to, you know, to impregnate his his mother and yet that that's kind of the that was kind of the way I always took the the swimming in algae, and I thought that was nice touch. You know to have that in a movie where most of the characters are just created in a lab in, you know, chosen that way as opposed to, you know, the natural course of of nature versus science or not. Now I can totally see that. I mean, the one thing in this movie that's a little on the nose for me is that his last name is Freeman and she's like, oh, okay. Luckily they don't. I don't know if they even really say that more than once maybe. So it's just like, okay, good. We're going to brush that one under the rug of not have to worry about that. And you know, they could have gotten really into like the names of these characters. You know. Ernest borgnine being Caesar, and you know. The detective being Hugo. So you're thinking about Victor Hugo and all this kind of stuff. It's like no, good. We're, we're not gonna. Go necessarily down that path too much. It's there if you want to look into it. I mean, even the idea of Tony loops characters name is German and there's a line like I don't even think they name his character in the movie, but there's a line in the script where he introduces himself and he says, I'm German and the Vincent characters waiting for more and it's just like, no, no, that's my Nate. You know. It's like, okay, but yeah, it's. It's nice that we're not because I'm trying to remember what Gorby dowels name is because he's got another one where it's just like, okay. Yeah, that's. That's..
"gorby" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It's five. Minutes past seven o'clock now we were dealing with. Some fog this morning and low lying areas it should start to burn off just, about now it's. Going to lead to hazy sunshine. Again and still muggy conditions with the ever-present chances scattered thunderstorms that's this time of the year it's, always in the forecast, with a high of eighty four degrees and strong team ten meteorologist. Zac green says tomorrow sunshine but, still muggy an uncomfortable with a high of eighty eight degrees and right now seventy five degrees Dow Jones industrials down another triple digits yesterday down one hundred and twenty five. Points what that's back to back with what Friday was down about one hundred ninety five points so definitely not. A. Couple of, days, where, you wanna take a peek at that 401K so let it, rest okay The Providence Journal today Brian Amaral says the US senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse met with Rhode Island secretary of state. That's our nilly Gorby yesterday to discuss, ways to, keep the state's elections and. Voter info. Safe, from cyber attacks saying. The Rhode Island needs more federal. Funds to shore up cyber defenses plus security clearances for local election officials. Yeah they gotta get cleared so they can be. Up to date on the latest threats to American elections from Russia and other foreign, actors that's what. They had to say yesterday so. What's up to she said she's using three million dollars in federal funding from earlier this year to, upgrade the state's voter, rolls and to help cities and towns with vote-counting systems and other. Measures now her office is also, working on getting security clearances for her to obey plus her staff person who deals with cyber issues and the chairwoman of the state board of elections to get the latest. Intelligence on ongoing threats to election systems that's what gore bay had to say big ribbon cutting ceremony coming up. Today It's the. One hundred and twenty three acre campus. For citizens Bank going to keep, thousands of jobs in Rhode Island says citizens banks has approximately three thousand employees going to move to that massive Johnston location of you've been by that thing onto ninety. Five, but it's huge so they're going to be relocated from facilities in Cranston and in Smithfield so the former the formal should say ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for today neglected West Greenwich donkey now has a new home this is a. Nice story his Julianne Lima from eyewitness, news he just wants to be loved Doc because he has a new life, new home luckily. This story has a happy ending but it's beginning with anything well he. Wasn't in good, condition with his West, Greenwich town council president Mark towards he, and his wife, have raised livestock for more than. Two decades they immediately stepped. In to help when they found. Out about a donkey in need Farrier, estimated that books hadn't been clipped in two. Years just days ago completely overgrown and curling up towards the sky when we first got there he was in a really really. Small, shelter in he was on the, woman was saying well he's. A, fighter he's fighting we feel that it was like, that because he was so frustrated with his living conditions and he's having such difficulty walking RSPCA. President Dr j. Finocchio says the donkey's previous owners.
"gorby" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"He was in on, you know, he was no fool. Let me ask you about Scotties connection to Alfred Kinsey. So Alfred Kinsey, the author of the Kinsey report is really also the author of the sexual revolution. And particularly for gay men and then a little bit later lesbian women. The first Kinsey report was the book that toward the lid off of human sexuality and established before Tate of -ly. That homosexuality was not a mental illness, not a rare of form of degeneracy, but in fact, very widespread among the population. What I've discovered through people like Gorby doll and other men of that generation is that the Kinsey report just wasn't the Kinsey report, which now seems like a footnote along the way to opening up our liberal society. In the second half of the twentieth century, the Kinsey report was earthquake for people who had same sex orientations because it told them and assured them that they weren't freaks or out laws or determine the time was degenerates. Can you imagine the relief you might feel having this book that was written about in the mainstream media, which is a key to this. So the New York Times and time magazine that he was Kinsey was on the cover of time magazine, it was the rage. It was a very daring, bold stroke, and really kind of shift. Ended the conversation in it's shifted for the first time, the conversation about same sexuality out of the realm of whispering shame in two sensible public discussion. So people like doll who himself was actually interviewed by Kinsey because Kinsey was a great reporter, you know, he was taking all this empirical information datum us. Interesting. People had lots of experiences, and I think the doll qualified, yes, Vidal qualify for that. And a lot of people did and Kinsey also discovered that you know that a lot was going on basically which everyone probably suspected, but no one had any proof for. So that was another reason that it was a big sensation about what Preston Sturges called topic a. Scotty was another behind the curtain figure in the Kinsey story. He was one of those sexual unicorns who Kinsey sought out and interviewed and used for his data. And then it turns out that Scotty was a connector person for Kinsey and introduced him to a lot of people. And a lot of networks of mostly gave it also lesbian people who were living very active sex lives and Kinsey needed entree into the circles because he lived in Bloomington, Indiana was a professor of zoology. Of all places, Bloomington, Indiana University, where Scotty was airlifted in fact to participate in a lot of the Kinsey studies. And this goes back to the well, is there proof for Scotty stories? I called the Kinsey institute, which is still up and running, and they immediately said to me, oh Scotty, Bowers, one of our biggest files, absolutely. No, all about him. Now, those files are under a covenant of confidentiality, which was the only way Kinsey was able to do his research, but they describe to me what was in the file and Scotty, connecting Kinsey to a lot of Hollywood figures introduced him to rock Hudson. And it is documented in Hudson biographies that he was reading the Kinsey report in the forties and actually was very relieved by the report and George cukor who would have been another person who was living in the closet. Really the great director who then eventually made a movie about Kinsey. And called the Chapman report, which was one of his worst movies, and I didn't know and Scotty introduced him to Kinsey and facilitated cucumbers research with Kinsey. So we've talked a lot about same sex relationships in this book, but Scotty is more fluid than that in the film we see has a a wife of many years. What do you think Scotties story says about sexuality. Well, I think it's very Kinsey in that Kinsey had a scale, which was another revelation at the time, and you can slide around the scale. It was a scale of heterosexuality to homosexuality. Yes. And what he pointed out is that everyone's different basically and not only are we all different, but we're all different in many different phases of our lives. This was again, just as revolutionary way of looking at it..
"gorby" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"And I never heard about word about this place starting with Gorby Dell. In fact, Scotty makes the point very clearly that many people over the years have told him that that gas station was the happiest place in their lives. I and he would say that often I thought, well, this could just be the the thing that an old man. Says about something that was a golden period for his life. Well, one day we were with him having breakfast in a diner in Los Angeles and male nurse came over and said, there's someone over there. Who knows you wants to speak to a man who was very old and in a wheelchair, even with an oxygen tank and Scotty went over to him and remembered him. And I heard this guy say that gas station was the best thing in my life. Thank you for doing that gas station thing. Scott, his face lit up and he did receive letters about this. So he had created something out of James Elroy novel really. But with a much less sinister cast to it, which was the secret space run out of this Richfield gas station at Hollywood van ass just a few blocks from the old Warners lot and a few blocks from paramount all the old great studios around there where Netflix stands today. I think on the old Warner lot. Yeah, the freeway. Way was cut in right next to the gas station. He was there before the freeway, and now we're getting at the kind of Lapid airy nature of the film because you begin to excavate old hidden Los Angeles, which is hometown Los Angeles boy l. a. native. This was fascinating to me this secrets of Hollywood and that city forget Hollywood, just a city of Los Angeles. The all of those layers are interesting because Los Angeles ignores its history, which is one of its charms really sort of like Rome in that, you know, you have Rome pays no attention to the fact of the coliseums there. You know, there's a road two inches from the call. It's part of the charm. It sort of the Throwdown nature, the places not that precious, but you lose a lot when you do that. And uncovering these law secrets is really interesting to me. And this gas station became for me, one of them that I had the guy that created it locked in as a subject for my next film was incredibly inspiring to me..
"gorby" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"So at the time you meet Scotty Bowers, he he hasn't yet written his memoir, what do was he thinking about it? He had written it and it was an manuscript icy. Okay. So this is really another compelling part of the back story. Is that. People had asked Scotty Bowers, who when I met him was eighty nine about the turn ninety to write a memoir for years, and he would never do it because he didn't want to betray the trust of anyone. Which in the context of the times in which he worked makes a lot of sense. He had finally been convinced to do it by a group of friends. And I think everyone was really dad who was a bold face name with with a few exceptions, Corby daubing one of them. So he'd written this manuscript with a co author, and he showed it to Gorby doll, and we'd all said, I'll presumably said, I'll help you get this published in within the few months. They had a deal. So it was in process. I met him and found him to be so sharp for eighty nine, very, very spry and great rack on tour. So I've started making that movie immediately a, he gave me his blessing and it was because of the Gorby dial connection that there was an immediate bond of trust, which is essential. Of course, when you're about to embark upon what turned out to be a two year cinema, verite shoot, that trusts was almost complete and very solid just because of this endorsement in the film. We see the publication of the book and and we follow him over the next couple years. Can you kind of set the stage here for for Scotty, Bowers activity at the peak of his career of sexual fixing and the nineteen forties, nineteen, fifties? I don't get the impression from watching the film that he was a person who's greatly motivated by money. I think money was the farthest thing. Really. I think he was. Motivated by. He says, in fact, desire to make people happy. Now that takes a lot of psychological unpacking which. Happens in the film. You're never told really why anything happens in this film which is very much on purpose and very much the way I like to do things. I'm not a big believer in just telling the audience why something's occurring. I think the the art of cinema verite is against that anyway. So it's mostly verite film. It goes back and forth between timeframe. So it's it's ping-pong between the golden age of Hollywood, the post Erin, Hollywood, and the present day of a person who in the first minutes of the film turns ninety. So I see the film is mirrored hall of memories for Scotty Bowers. And at the same time, he becomes a symbol of a hidden world. Of Hollywood, that by necessity could not be public because in the period of the studio system, there were morals clauses and the big contracts. So not only was it not an accepted societal norm to have an alternative sexuality. But if you were gay or lesbian in Hollywood and it became publicly known your career was over. So this was a very different time, and it makes sense that a figure like Scotty Bowers could turn up in Hollywood as a ex-marine right off the boat from the South Pacific and set up shop as a male Madam in what seems at first, like very improbable venue a gas station. So he invents the dry. Through brothel really. Kind of the Ray crock of sax in some. He didn't fantasize though. He didn't. Because he wasn't driven by money. Yes, exactly. There you go, you've I think you're getting at it. I mean, he really was of. He found a Nisha me, I think. And yes, of course. Prostitution's the oldest profession. There's prostitution everywhere. I'm sure. Scotties carriage trade were the kings and queens of Hollywood, and there was a really big necessity for a character figure in that town, who was the mutual secret keeper? And in today's parlance, we would say he created a safe space. Now we don't normally think of houses of prostitution is safe spaces, but this one very much was and you can say, well, how do you know you weren't there in the nineteen forties? While a lot of people miraculously were alive who are witnesses to and ide- brief them on and off camera..
"gorby" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"She was the great play Reid who wrote picnic, John Recchi, the transgressive gain office to road sexual outlaw Scotties in those books, but he's called smitty and sunny. So the first time he was Scotty Bowers in a major book. I knew Bill man, I call Bill and who's the author of the Kate book? Yes. Bill man, the author of Kate who's a historian who specializes in in gay Hollywood narratives. Actually, he gave me immediately Scott, his contact. I wrote it on a posting. Left it on v. dolls side table where his bottle of scotch also sat always. And the next time I went over to see him some months later, Scotty Bowers was in the room there. He was in the living room. I met him. He was his acquintance. It wasn't that wasn't planned at all. But what happened was once he and Scotty got back together, they were almost inseparable for the last five years of cornell's life and mind you. They had met in nineteen forty eight at this mythic gas station and how long they been out of touch. I think it was probably a decade. Okay. Because we'd all was really living in Italy full-time. He had just started to move back to LA fulltime and his companion. Howard Austin had died a few years before that these were lonely years for him so it it makes a kind of incredible Preussen sense that the Mel Madam of his youth would still be around and. Reenter his life after his companion fifty, four years had died. There was something really epic about all this. This is not part of the movie incidentally. It's not part of Scotties memoir which preceded the movie by year, so preceded the least the advent of making the film. So at the time you met Scotty, I think you are also developing an idea to make a documentary about gore Vidal. I was after my first film Valentino. The last emperor seem like a natural subject to tackle gore Vidal because of my relationship with them. So I told with the idea for a while were few other projects out there and. One of them came to fruition that I had been a part of, but I- things happened and I went onto other things and also for me, that was one that might have been a little too close. Actually, I think is a. Documentarian you wanna get close, but you don't wanna be too close and my. Life was a little bit entangled with udalls as executor. I think you can do movie being really close in. You can do movie being the partner, the romantic partner, but that's a different movie. Right? And I've never done anything like that. I'm not sure I I ever will, but there's a real distinction there. So the gory Dahl movie didn't make sense to me. I eventually ended up as a talking head in the best of enemies which is directed by Morgan novel, very good film about William buckling Gorby doll. I was very happy to contribute that film because. I got to tell a lot of the the, the story from the dolls perspective, and apparently Morgan ever told me that we're not many people that were standing up for Gorby doll. There were more people willing to stand up for Bill Buckley, which outraged me we don't really needs to be defended..
"gorby" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Thousand plus people too contributed more than three point six million dollars to facebook fundraisers set up just three days ago to help reunite immigrant parents with their children doesn't surprise me because this we're on a motion now with this story you know your there's no the facts of the story about being separated the border do not matter anymore this is a public relations battle and whoever wins or loses is going to win or lose on public relations because facts don't matter anymore and both sides quite frankly lying to the american people the left says nothing like this has ever happened before when it happened on a smaller scale during the obama and bush administrations trump administration says nothing new here to see this is exactly the same as it's always been when in fact they started to deal with these things is a criminal rather than a civil proceeding and that's why we're in the situation we're in both sides exploiting the kids to get a political end but the facts will not matter the winner will beat the loser by winning the public relations war that's all this is now it's all about public relations the democrats mother dragged this out to november because i think it's good for them at the polls and the president's trying to get his wall and that's really what's going on here in the winter of the public relations battle will get what they want is that simple no sense dealing with the facts anymore has nothing to do with this story okay and we never deal with facts on the von hessler doctrine anyway so it's perfect story for me that's highly entertaining absolutely look at chapter nine o'clock thank you sir wbz news time eight forty five hey belinda skelton here for virtual imaging my good friend dan gorby who used to work here at wsb radio tell us what happened that's great blend.
"gorby" Discussed on Overdue
"Like it's you know your typical fair fair fair fair fair fair and wilburs putting the pen next to this giant pig named uncle and uncle looks like a dnd monster diane bore creature is a big i think you'd have a challenge rating lichter four yeah he's got like seven hit dice he's a monster of a pig and wilbur can't see him of course charlotte visits him next door this big wild he brought a spider that just like uncle gorby kid he brought a scorpion that spelled out like etched in the ground with his tail like sweet hough yes he's like bra a jerk book who's always insulting people in the dirt and wearing sunglasses and smoking that scorpion it's smoking in that scorpion whose vaping in the booth next to this wilbur pig was listening to like trap music like house music anyway so she meets this pig named and he's telling all sorts of like bad jokes she's like she's trying to figure out if he's a spring pig and he goes sure on spring pig would you think i was a spring chicken haw that's a good one sister she's like you suck and she goes she goes back to wilbur and cheese like one thing is certain he has a most unattractive personality he is too familiar too noisy and he cracks week jokes well it was like whoa charlotte hersal but yeah ice burn feel i feel that i like we jokes come on but what.
"gorby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In a cooperstown where she was honored with the prestigous lpga g taylor speak award as part of the national baseball hall of fame induction weekend speak award is presented annually to a spoke which writer for contributions to baseball writing smith is the first woman to work a regular in the majors and she broke ground in the profession as an african american she called the honor the most memorable moment of her career in she also credited former dodger steve gorby in steady by her when others would not save garvaghy your year stamp just the way stirred when salvaging the worst day of my career ostro's kicked out of clubhouse during the 1984 postseason due to gender steve came out to the tunnel so sure i would have postgame quotes when he saw that i was becoming emotional after having been manhandled he uttered the most important words an athlete ever said to me i will stay here as long as you need me too but remember you have a job to do smith is currently at espn news editor remote production formerly covering baseball to the hartford current the new york times the philadelphia inquirer she spoke on sports centre with eld dunkin' clear what was it like for a female reporter in the clap house back when you start it was really softer landing for me than some of my peers because i was and the media capital of the world and covering two baseball teams that had had opened the doors long before i got there and when i say long they opened the doors and the wait seventies and i arrived 1982 are going out into the great unknown going to other cities that one i always think that with the bay of trepidation because i'm not the bravest person in the world but what i was i was young and i had a dream and somewhere in the back of my mind there was a voice sang just keep gone get up every day go to work follow your dream you know what you wanna do don't let anything or anyone stop you and i had a lot of champions editors peers to my right and left in the press fox sewer always always always encouraging me teaching the and and showing me the way showing me the traditions of basefall writing and i had a and as i say as i said in my speech the army.
"gorby" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Ticket get that speaking of grade ones glare smith long journey had baseball made a stop saturday in cooperstown where she was honored with the prestigous lpga g taylor speak award as part of the national baseball hall of fame induction weekend speak award is presented annually to a sports writer for contributions to be baseball writing smith is the first woman to work regular beat in the majors and she broke rounds in the profession as an african american she called the honor the most memorable moment of her career and she also credited former dodgers steve gorby in steady by her when others would not save garvey a year stand just the way skirts for me when salvaging the worst day of my career after owes kicked out of clubhouse during the 1984 postseason due to gender steve came out to the tunnel so sure i would have postgame quotes when he saw that i was becoming emotional after having been manhandled he uttered the most important words an athlete ever said to me i will stay here as long as you need me too but remember you have a job to do smith is currently at espn news editor remote production formerly covering baseball to the hartford current the new york times the philadelphia inquirer she spoke on sports centre with el dunkin' clear what was it like for a female reporter in the clubhouse back when you start it was grilling softer landing for me than some.
"gorby" Discussed on WCHS
"The health care laws affects at the ground liver level light a shepherd is with that group one woman in her whole area did not help healthcare that or their arm expand their and our her her whole area has that has acted out and that they didn't have before and i think we oral care clinic light kavan crank have barely been able to expand target that report found most patients think improvements are needed for the aca but the the law should not be completely eliminated eight years ago a montgomery woman's mother was diagnosed with alzheimer's disease time either go home we noticed that something was going on with rebel we wasn't so she was able to inscribe and get around and everything then it gets a point which he couldn't do all that i mean we had to finally she had to stop cooking santa stop sign and because he was turned and things on turning things often it was a lot but i was just home two weeks ago and she doesn't even know my main anymore i murray was part of an alzheimer's awareness abandoned canal county wednesday the summer solstice and bogus day of the year confirmation of west nile virus in capital county of right now we have one sample that tested positive we have positive test or with now if not every year virtually every year dr michael kill kenny is the physician director of the cattle huntington health department he says any standing water could be a breeding ground for mosquitoes accolades for a truck driver with xp l logistics larry gorby is this year's grand champion in the west virginia trucking association's sixty first annual truck driving championship a repeat winner gorby spin a professional truck drive therefore twenty seven years covering more than two point four million miles.