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Breaking Down Georgia's Upcoming Elections and Trump's Influence
"And then you have Georgia. And this is where I think the ultimate Trump endorsement power will be at tested at its most roots. I think, look, Herschel Walker and our Senate writes down here. Again, a very open primary, but at the end of it, Herschel Walker is had a commanding lead ever since he got in the race is his popularity. He's known. Nobody really in the state of Georgia who's watched football or anything else in the last 30 years does not remember Herschel Walker as a running back from the university of Georgia who led him to a national damage deal. And husband trophy. This is just not something that is unknown in Georgia and the Georgia football team is very powerful when you look at touching voters or hearing that you played for Georgia football. And again, with the problem coming up with this election in Georgia is the Trump endorsement is very much at play and very much a factor, but there's also the anti endorsement if you would that Donald Trump has made and going after Brian Kemp on multiple occasions. Brad raffensperger Secretary of State, attorney general Chris Carr. He said in endorsed Mark Jones in the lieutenant governor's race and at the same time put out a post saying that he would never endorse Butch Miller, who was the other one in the Senate race. So again, he's played in a lot of races, two in particular that I'm focused on and just to see from a take position is the insurance commissioner's race and the attorney general's rice here. Both Patrick witt and John Gordon, who's running for attorney general Patrick witt against John King for insurance, are facing incumbents in the primary. Right now, internal polling shows that these candidates are struggling with name ID, struggling to get caught up. The Trump endorsement helps them. The Trump endorsement sort of bills over that gap of lack of credibility with voters who don't know who they are with have been running for the tenth district. Congressional seat in this process, John Gordon had been on the sidelines completely, both of them announced their candidacies and get in the race during qualifying time. So this has been a very shortened race for them.
Paul's back, Suns clinch top seed with 140-130 win in Denver
"The sons of course the first overall seed in the NBA playoffs Phoenix welcome back Chris Paul before earning a one forty one thirty one over the nuggets special man seventeen years for me on the second time I on ten one sixty games and now you know we talk about celebrate celebrate things so this is a huge thing for us all of us Paul furnish fifteen of his seventeen points after halftime and finished with thirteen assists in the sun seventh straight victory it was his first game since missing five weeks with a broken thumb Devin Booker had a season high forty nine points for the sons who went eleven and four without Paul the nuggets got twenty points from the Cali okay H. twenty three from rookie bone Thailand at twenty one from Aaron Gordon I'm Dave Ferrie
Gordon Change Connects the Dots Between China and Russia
"What does China have to do with Russia? Well, one of the theories that we floated on this show is that Russia feels empowered and emboldened to do aggressive, action, such as invading Ukraine. When they have China in their back pocket, is the Russia China alliance, something as strong as now we're seeing a new super alliance of dictators that want to go against the west. Someone who knows China, better than anybody else, knows the CCP and the geopolitics surrounding it is my friend Gordon Chang, who's just terrific. Gordon, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you so much, Charlie. So Gordon, walk us through. What is the Russia China relationship? Why is China not denounced the invasion of Ukraine? And connect the dots for us. Well, first of all, Charlie, not only has Beijing refused to denounce the invasion of Ukraine, it actually refuses to call it an invasion, which shows you how close China and Russia are. When Vladimir Putin went to Beijing for the opening ceremony at the Olympics, February 4, they had that meeting Putin and Xi Jinping. What happened is they issued that very long communicate that announced the no limits partnership. But even more important, they announced a $117.5 billion in new oil and gas deals. And just a few days ago, Charlie, Russia announced the sale of a 100 million metric tons of coal to China. This means Beijing is actually financing Putin's invasion of Ukraine. And we see China supporting Russia in other ways. This is, as you say, a super partnership of really bad actors. This is perhaps the end of the Cold War post Cold War period. This really looks like beginning of a general period of conflict.
Students Protest Removal of Chocolate Milk From School Lunch Menu
"Let's stay with the schools. Is there a victory when it comes to yummy yummy chocolate flavored drinks in California? I love these kids. So in the line of holding protests, peaceful protests to make change. There was a school a small school district up in Northern California and apparently they decided to take chocolate milk off of the menu. Because it's too yummy. Two yummy two, who knows why they took it off the menu. And so the kids were very upset about it. And they decided to organize together this fourth grade class, and they said, you know what? We want a protest. We're going to protest to get our chocolate milk back. Now the teachers looked at this. God love him as an opportunity to teach kids about mediation and striking deals and about peaceful protest. And so they had a mediator come in between the school district and the kids. These are joking, right? Well, I mean, it was kind of just for the class classroom saying. It was this simulated medium. Chocolate milk. Yeah, that came in and worked it out and so now they're only picket line with their black leg, picket breakers. There were holding line and then antifa showed up. And they were very upset over the top of the mountain. But the cool thing is that the kids learned how this worked and ultimately they came to an agreement. I don't think it's good enough. I think they need me to get in there and do some collective bargaining for them. But they're getting chocolate milk every other week now. Once a week. So at least it's back to some extent. There was a small
Lord Conrad Black: Trudeau's Trucker Comments Are an Outrage
"Lord Conrad black. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, Sebastian. We've played multiple cards now from the chief of police in art who were the latest was the increasing violence from the protesters. Maybe it's not filtering through the mainstream media. Can you give us an update and indeed, can you comment on this cut we played in the last hour? This is the prime minister talking about the flags that are being waved, cut 7. This is a story of a country that got through this pandemic by being united and a few people shouting and waving swastikas does not define who Canadians are. So can you please give us a sanity check? Are there lots of truckers? Involved in violent acts and are there people waving swastikas lord black? No. No, it is in my opinion an absolutely disgraceful performance by the prime minister. There have been no arrests. There has been no vandalism. I accept that these guys honking their horns at night would be annoying. I understand that. But there has been no violence, no vandalism, there was one confederate flag, which is not a well-known flag in this country, but the person was politely and without excessive physical coercion seen off sent away. Yes. And the only swastikas that have been seen is only one photograph of the swastika flag. And that wasn't being weighed by a trucker. And the impression of the media informants I have is that these are just sort of trouble makers attaching themselves to a confused situation, a little bit like the hooligans who came to Washington on January 6th of last year attaching themselves that very large crowd legitimate law abiding Trump
Gordon Chang Discusses Chinese Propaganda of Olympic Proportions
"And we're going to open the show with a very special guest I can think of none better to comment on that video clip than Gordon Chang. He is the author of the great U.S. China tech war, Gordon. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, doctor G. Thank you kindly good. Is it the propaganda flowing out of every faucet since the game's open? I expected it to be bad Gordon, but did you think it was going to be this bad? Yeah, no. I expected China to have a lot of propaganda. But NBC just sort of relaying this without comment or criticism really was wrong. Yes, China does see itself as a leader of the developing world, but a lot in the developing world will take Chinese money, but they're really upset. And if you're going to comment on China's assertion, then you need to be balanced and objective and NBC was neither of those when the opening ceremony comments. Let's just have Savannah Guthrie of NBC doing the work of the communist regime. This is captain play cuts. Oh wait, look at this movie. It's a statement from the Chinese president Xi Jinping to choose an athlete from the Uighur minority. It is an in your face response to those western nations including the U.S. who have called this Chinese treatment of that group genocide and diplomatically boycotted these games. Who have called it genocide because I guess it is in so choosing one Uighur Gordon to light the Olympic flame. I guess that means the millions being persecuted just magically disappear. Yes, well, what Beijing was saying was we are proud of our genocide and crimes against humanity. And we are going to shove it in your face as we heard in that
Jokic's triple-double leads Nuggets over Nets 124-104
"Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn season season season season worst worst worst worst losing losing losing losing streak streak streak streak is is is is eight eight eight eight games games games games after after after after Kohli Kohli Kohli Kohli Oakridge Oakridge Oakridge Oakridge torch torch torch torch the the the the nets nets nets nets for for for for a a a a triple triple triple triple double double double double to to to to lead lead lead lead the the the the nagas nagas nagas nagas to to to to a a a a one one one one twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four one one one one oh oh oh oh four four four four victory victory victory victory you you you you could could could could check check check check twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven points points points points twelve twelve twelve twelve rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds and and and and ten ten ten ten assists assists assists assists giving giving giving giving him him him him a a a a league league league league leading leading leading leading fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen triple triple triple triple doubles doubles doubles doubles he he he he scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three points points points points in in in in the the the the second second second second and and and and third third third third quarters quarters quarters quarters when when when when Denver Denver Denver Denver went went went went from from from from trailing trailing trailing trailing by by by by seven seven seven seven to to to to leading leading leading leading by by by by twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one will will will will Barton Barton Barton Barton at at at at twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one point point point point to to to to their their their their Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen with with with with nine nine nine nine rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds in in in in his his his his return return return return from from from from a a a a two two two two game game game game absence absence absence absence Kyra Kyra Kyra Kyra Irving Irving Irving Irving finished finished finished finished with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven points points points points eleven eleven eleven eleven assists assists assists assists at at at at camp camp camp camp Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty for for for for Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Terry Terry Terry Terry
Jazz complete season sweep over Denver, 108-104
"On on on on a a a a night night night night in in in in which which which which many many many many of of of of both both both both teams teams teams teams big big big big games games games games were were were were out out out out with with with with injuries injuries injuries injuries Utah Utah Utah Utah outlasted outlasted outlasted outlasted Denver Denver Denver Denver wanna wanna wanna wanna wait wait wait wait one one one one oh oh oh oh four four four four for for for for the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz this this this this was was was was only only only only their their their their third third third third win win win win in in in in their their their their last last last last fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen games games games games a a a a partial partial partial partial list list list list of of of of those those those those who who who who didn't didn't didn't didn't play play play play was was was was ready ready ready ready go go go go barren barren barren barren Donovan Donovan Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell for for for for Utah Utah Utah Utah well well well well the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets were were were were missing missing missing missing to to to to call call call call your your your your kitchen kitchen kitchen kitchen Aaron Aaron Aaron Aaron Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon in in in in the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter quarter with with with with plenty plenty plenty plenty of of of of back back back back and and and and forth forth forth forth the the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz went went went went up up up up for for for for good good good good on on on on Rudy Rudy Rudy Rudy gay's gay's gay's gay's lay lay lay lay up up up up with with with with three three three three twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven left left left left well well well well going going going going on on on on to to to to sweep sweep sweep sweep the the the the four four four four game game game game series series series series from from from from Denver Denver Denver Denver I'm I'm I'm I'm Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Morton Morton
Nikola Jokic, Nuggets rout defending champ Bucks 136-100
"The the the the call call call call your your your your kitchen kitchen kitchen kitchen the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets rolled rolled rolled rolled to to to to a a a a one one one one thirty thirty thirty thirty six six six six one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred win win win win over over over over the the the the bucs bucs bucs bucs yoke yoke yoke yoke which which which which fell fell fell fell one one one one rebound rebound rebound rebound shy shy shy shy of of of of his his his his thirteenth thirteenth thirteenth thirteenth triple triple triple triple double double double double of of of of the the the the season season season season providing providing providing providing eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen points points points points and and and and fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen assists assists assists assists a a a a triple triple triple triple double double double double would would would would have have have have been been been been a a a a foregone foregone foregone foregone conclusion conclusion conclusion conclusion if if if if he he he he had had had had played played played played more more more more than than than than twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight minutes minutes minutes minutes in in in in the the the the blowout blowout blowout blowout Aaron Aaron Aaron Aaron Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four points points points points Mante Mante Mante Mante Morris Morris Morris Morris had had had had eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen will will will will Barton Barton Barton Barton fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen for for for for the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets who who who who are are are are foreign foreign foreign foreign on on on on their their their their six six six six game game game game road road road road trip trip trip trip Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee starry starry starry starry unattended unattended unattended unattended Paul Paul Paul Paul scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two of of of of his his his his twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine points points points points in in in in the the the the first first first first half half half half the the the the bucs bucs bucs bucs were were were were out out out out scored scored scored scored seventy seventy seventy seventy one one one one forty forty forty forty three three three three in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Wyoming tries again to remove Yellowstone grizzly protection
"The the state state of of Wyoming Wyoming is is asking asking the the federal federal government government to to remove remove grizzly grizzly bears bears in in around around Yellowstone Yellowstone National National Park Park from from protection protection under under the the Endangered Endangered Species Species Act Act Wyoming Wyoming governor governor mark mark Gordon Gordon says says the the declaration declaration dates dates back back to to nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five and and Grizzlies Grizzlies at at Yellowstone Yellowstone now now can can no no longer longer be be considered considered in in danger danger articulation articulation is is over over target target in in terms terms of of viable viable populations populations nearly nearly nearly nearly three three times times if if the the request request is is approved approved the the bears bears could could be be hunted hunted one one of of the the problems problems with with bears bears come come into into contact contact with with humans humans sometimes sometimes it's it's not not particularly particularly good good for for humans humans often often it's it's not not particularly particularly good good for for Bairstow Bairstow Yellowstone Yellowstone region region spans spans Wyoming Wyoming Idaho Idaho and and Montana Montana and and raise raise a a Carty Carty with with the the center center for for biological biological diversity diversity says says the the bears bears may may not not be be endangered endangered now now but but there there is is no no scientific scientific reason reason to to hunt hunt grizzly grizzly bears bears now now they're they're predators predators they they manage manage their their own own populations populations recorded recorded calls calls Wyoming's Wyoming's petition petition outrageous outrageous I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
Hornets end 16-game losing streak to 76ers in 109-98 win
"The the Hornets Hornets to to drop drop sixteen sixteen straight straight to to the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers before before finally finally winning winning in in Philadelphia Philadelphia one one oh oh nine nine ninety ninety eight eight Gordon Gordon Hayward Hayward hit hit his his first first nine nine shots shots and and poured poured in in thirty thirty points points Hey Hey were were provided provided twenty twenty two two points points by by halftime halftime nailing nailing four four three three pointers pointers while while shooting shooting nine nine for for nine nine Terry Terry Rozier Rozier scored scored twenty twenty two two points points to to miles miles bridges bridges at at a a twenty twenty one one helping helping the the Hornets Hornets and and the the NBA's NBA's longest longest active active losing losing streak streak against against another another team team the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers seven seven game game winning winning streak streak ended ended despite despite Jo Jo Ellan Ellan beat beat who who scored scored thirty thirty one one points points for for the the fifth fifth straight straight game game I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant: Gary Gordon and Randy Shughart Were Deserving of a Medal of Honor
"When I was an instructor at our academy I'd see a lot of the students sometimes at the end of a hard PT session You know you'd hear the moment and grown and you were in the military You know what I'm talking about Oh another lap whatever we got to do More kettlebells And I would sit them down on this little exercise kind of mat thing we had outside And I'd say guys listen I want to tell you a story And I would tell them the story of Gary Gordon and Randy shughart the two Delta snipers that saved your life And how they had to ask three times three times to go down and save your broken back broken legs You know they could have easily taken the first answer as no Mike and said you know what I did my best tried to save his life but they were walking Michael Durant into sure death They had to know that And they did it anyway And you know what Those agent treaties would get up and be like I got another lap in me like my life isn't so hard Having lived it their memories must mean the world to you Well you're absolutely right And I often question I mean I was committed to my comrades as anyone else out there on the battlefield that day But I question whether or not I would have had the fortitude in the will and the courage to essentially as you described it insist on being dropped off because initially they were told no And they realized that without taking action we were gone And my life is proof that in the end they were correct And they were absolutely deserving of the middle of honor and there's no way I could never be paid Yeah Well I was talking to Mike durand candidate for U.S. Senate in Alabama I think it's noble you to say that I think we all say that Would we have had we have had the strength and the courage to do the same thing That's fair I mean we all you can never know that until you're in that situation
U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Recounts 'Black Hawk Down' Experience
"Me You've probably told this story probably 10,000 times But it is a really incredible harrowing story of what the Gary Gordon and Randy shughart and you went through in that really dreadful day in Mogadishu Can you just give us kind of the rundown of what you went through I mean it's really incredible story Sure I'd be happy to I was in doth in last week by the way and I'm surprised I didn't run across your uncle but if I go back down there I'll have to track him down And then all the folks there said the same thing They loved it there and it's where the flight school is for the army for Rutgers right close to there So very familiar with that area So back to your question It's been portrayed in the movie Blackhawk down the book by cart down I have my own New York Times Best Seller that I wrote that really fills in a lot of the gaps That down didn't cover But in essence this was a special ops mission all the usual suspects delta four SEAL Team 6 my unit the one 60th army rangers We're going in there to capture We were supposed to capture a list of 50 And these were terrorists They were actually connected to Al-Qaeda in 93 no one had even heard of Al-Qaeda but we found out after the fact that Al-Qaeda was involved So arguably it's the first time we sort of went head to head with Al-Qaeda Regardless we're performing these operations We've done 6 They've all gone really well Captured a little over half of the people that we were supposed to capture including the number two guy And the problem is that you're going to be adapts just like everything else in life You can't run the ball up the middle a hundred times The defense is going to do better on the 20th time So the fact that we had done the mission that number of times really reduced our probability of success and I think contributed greatly to the fact that the smallies were better prepared for us on October 3rd Day mission worst part of town all the bad guys are there Just the risk factors were
Clippers rally from 25 down in 2nd half, stun Nuggets 87-85
"The the LA LA clippers clippers came came from from twenty twenty five five points points down down to to beat beat the the Denver Denver Nuggets Nuggets eighty eighty seven seven eighty eighty five five the the clippers clippers scored scored a a meager meager twenty twenty eight eight points points in in the the first first half half then then fell fell behind behind fifty fifty nine nine thirty thirty four four midway midway through through the the third third quarter quarter before before rallying rallying coach coach Tyronn Tyronn Lue Lue won won his his team's team's improbable improbable win win usually usually when when you you see see a a team team come come back back with with twenty twenty five five it's it's always always close close the the you you know know who's who's in in the the game game at at the the end end I'm I'm so so sweet sweet so so sweet sweet you you know know us us I'm I'm scrambling scrambling to to get get a a win win this this game game I I thought thought we we really really needed needed it it and and I I thought thought god god deserved deserved it it Amir Amir Coffey Coffey had had eighteen eighteen points points to to top top the the clips clips Aaron Aaron Gordon Gordon scored scored a a season season high high thirty thirty to to lead lead Denver Denver mark mark Myers Myers Los Los Angeles Angeles
Bolton's fumble return sparks Chiefs' 28-24 win over Broncos
"Kansas Kansas city city kept kept alive alive its its bid bid for for the the top top seed seed in in the the AFC AFC playoffs playoffs by by defeating defeating the the Broncos Broncos twenty twenty eight eight twenty twenty four four that that she's she's got got two two touchdown touchdown passes passes from from Patrick Patrick Mahomes Mahomes but but they they took took a a twenty twenty eight eight twenty twenty one one lead lead in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter when when a a fumble fumble by by Melvin Melvin Gordon Gordon bounced bounced into into the the appreciative appreciative hands hands of of rookie rookie linebacker linebacker Nick Nick Bolton Bolton who who huffed huffed and and puffed puffed eighty eighty six six yards yards to to the the house house again again because because if if it's it's your your lan lan has has seven seven studs studs in in off off of of the the field field in in a a honest honest looked looked a a little little bit bit at at that that point point I I was was how how to to get get to to the the end end zone zone stock stock also also gets gets an an Amazon Amazon gets gets us us off off our our team team helps helps one one to to gain gain the the top top seed seed Casey Casey willing willing help help namely namely a a Tennessee Tennessee loss loss on on Sunday Sunday to to Houston Houston the the Broncos Broncos finish finish seven seven and and nine nine and and continue continue as as Kansas Kansas city's city's personal personal punching punching bag bag having having lost lost to to the the chiefs chiefs thirteen thirteen consecutive consecutive times times Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver
Gordon, Augustin rally Rockets to 132-126 win over Hawks
"The the rockets rockets won won for for the the eighth eighth time time in in ten ten games games Eric Eric Gordon Gordon scored scored thirty thirty two two points points and and DJ DJ Augustine Augustine added added twenty twenty two two in in there there one one thirty thirty two two one one twenty twenty six six victory victory in in Atlanta Atlanta the the rockets rockets trailed trailed much much of of the the game game and and we're we're down down to to one one a a one one eighty eighty eight eight heading heading into into the the final final period period Augustine Augustine hit hit a a three three pointer pointer with with three three and and a a half half minutes minutes remaining remaining that that gave gave Houston Houston its its first first lead lead Gordon Gordon followed followed with with a a driving driving layup layup and and a a three three pointer pointer to to make make it it one one twenty twenty six six one one twenty twenty one one we we had had a a winning winning streak streak Ghazala Ghazala formula formula of of what what it it takes takes to to win win and and and and now now this this isn't isn't another another did did a a great great way way for for our our team team the the the the hatch hatch shell shell grows grows because because we we were were down down the the whole whole game game and and different different guys guys stepped stepped up up the the hawks hawks suffered suffered their their fifth fifth straight straight home home loss loss despite despite Trae Trae young's young's forty forty one one point point two two nine nine assists assists I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Broncos honor Demaryius Thomas with 38-10 rout of the Lions
"The the Broncos Broncos broke broke the the game game open open in in the the third third quarter quarter and and coasted coasted to to a a thirty thirty eight eight to to ten ten victory victory Melvin Melvin Gordon Gordon and and John John J. J. Williams Williams led led the the way way combining combining for for one one hundred hundred eighty eighty four four rushing rushing yards yards with with one one hundred hundred eleven eleven of of them them coming coming from from Gordhan Gordhan the the lions lions were were within within seventeen seventeen ten ten and and the the third third one one Williams Williams caught caught a a ten ten yard yard scoring scoring pass pass and and Gordon Gordon ran ran fourteen fourteen yards yards to to the the house house the the Broncos Broncos go go to to seven seven and and six six well well after after snapping snapping an an eleven eleven game game winless winless streak streak last last week week Detroit Detroit falls falls to to one one eleven eleven and and one one first first Morton Morton Denver Denver
Wesley's late shot lifts Notre Dame over No. 10 Kentucky
"Like like Wesley Wesley had had a a go go ahead ahead pull pull up up jumper jumper in in the the lane lane with with eleven eleven point point seven seven seconds seconds left left helping helping Notre Notre Dame Dame upset upset tenth tenth ranked ranked can can Tukey Tukey sixty sixty six six sixty sixty two two the the Irish Irish scored scored the the final final five five points points in in the the closing closing one one thirty thirty one one to to end end a a three three game game losing losing streak streak Wesleyan Wesleyan Dan Dan Gordon Gordon each each scored scored fourteen fourteen for for the the Irish Irish who who were were raised raised to to fifty fifty three three forty forty eight eight deficit deficit within within eleven eleven one one spurt spurt Oscar Oscar she she way way scored scored twenty twenty five five points points for for Kentucky Kentucky he he was was eleven eleven of of fourteen fourteen from from the the field field to to go go with with seven seven rebounds rebounds three three steals steals and and two two blocks blocks the the seventy seventy two two Wildcats Wildcats had had won won seven seven straight straight I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
"gordon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I left my house the other day without my phone. And i go back for it. That's right hero. That's right brave. That's right the unknown folks to be in that car for what was going to be a probably an hour errand about twenty minutes to twenty minutes back twenty in the middle doing the thing no phone and i i felt a little vulnerable. I felt a little naked. I felt a little disconnected. I felt a little Like crazy like you know. Like when i can do my friend. Where's my friend. What am i going to do in that. Let me to believe that. Maybe i need to break up with my phone. I don't know. I don't know if that's possible. I don't think it is possible but it did show me that. I could leave at home more and then the other night i left house left the house with my phone but no wallet a different type of Like feeling like a little untethered but the wall of fear is really just about like. If i get mangled in my car drives off a cliff or i get into a head on collision and i'm nothing but mush and i got my wallet with me. This cannot be easy to find me. I say well that's not true. Just fine my license point. Oh good i just found a way to comfort myself. The next time. I in my car and i forgot my wallet. Is that like. Hey if they need to. Id you remains. They can just pull your info off the plate. Who thank god. Need to be myself up about that. Next time i just need to know. I'll be okay when i'm dead if i don't have my wallet. 'cause this pull it off the plate pull that net get that info. Yeah but the. The phone thing was real. I i did. I tried an experiment. I took a walk on purpose the other day without my phone on purpose because dude. The reality is mundane. The reality is slow. You know what paces your true reality. How much are you putting in your head. That's making you crazy all this all these so eighty five. Ninety percent of the assumptions were making are not have nothing to do with our life. They have nothing to do with how we are. They have nothing to do with how we treat other people. If you're only relationship is with your phone. How often do people factor in. Are you saying thank you. Are you opening the door. Are you asking people they are. Are you having moments. You sit with people. Sit with people. We're all right stop. The fire stopped the fire in your brain. Take some time off. Take a little time off from the machine. Okay so joseph. Gordon levitt has been working in show business. Since he was six years old. His grandfather was a director He was in popular movies as a kid. Like angels in the outfield and the long running sitcom third rock from the sun. He was in movies like five hundred days of summer the dark knight rises inception brick looper and a bunch of other movies but now he's created this amazing show. He's he's written directed and stars in this new apple. Tv plus series called mr cormon I watched six episodes thought. I watched the whole thing. But i hadn't he sets me straight and It's just about a guy it's about a teacher. i think he's a fifth grade teacher. But it's not what he wanted to do but there's not much what he wanted to be a musician but there's not much more to the pitch than that but there's something about the intensity of this guy's way of seeing things and being it's very familiar and I i liked it. He's an intense guy and this very human kind of show. It's on apple. Tv plus and it premiers. Friday friday august sixth. Okay this is me talking to Joseph gordon levitt mike. That's that's on the marc maron podcasts. I'm not gonna go through some fucking future speaker. Michael very odd.
"gordon" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.
"And it's often more than half the battle of those younger parts. Be open to that of negotiating. The wariness and the vulnerability roundings connecting deeply that so from half the work working through the blocks to feeling really safe and open lovingly supported in the presence. And so when one's got there someone's in a completely different place where they can feel previously would be too much to fail. Has been too much to gordon. This is all really really clear thanks. Rex played in. It's clearly and also giving a pass through. Because i think possibly can feel. Maybe can feel quite daunting to think. But we're all to say shaded in some way and we don't seem to be it doesn't seem to be a thing we learned in school. It doesn't seem to be a thing that's discussed in normal conversation very much or in therapy circles very much really so thank you for giving a really clear definition of it and giving us a path through. Okay this is what's happening but this is what we can do about it and actually it works. I mean i think on the associated talking about it very quickly and generally weighs on a continuum and when we say when we vote some critise at the beginning of western civilization. the unexamined life is not worth living. I mean that's the beginning of connecting if we start thinking about what we do rather than just doing being in it rather than being disconnected from. That's the beginning of of becoming dissociation away. So i think it's really interesting to try to normalize it to think about it as something that does relate to what we can connect to culturally and in terms of how we think about. Okay great fantastic. So thank you so much. Gordon is the renaissance else. You wanna like odd boat dissociation. Anything from i mean you've got years and years of experience around this anthon you've observed culturally that you think is important. I mean let me let me say a bit..
"gordon" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.
"And while while while while i've got some amazing guests on who gave just some exquisitely fantastic information from years of experience on trauma healing on genuine trauma resolution so to start off. Today we've got an introduction to dissociation with gordon barkley. So gordon's got years of experience working with the association and he was. Nhs consultant psychiatrist in august. While on the west coast of scotland until twenty nineteen. He now works privately in glasgow and is an active. Our training supervisor and he has a special interest in the treatment of psychological trauma and dissociation. So gordon gave us just a very rich. Podcast has loads of information. And i've listened to this twice already. And i'm still getting stuff from it but i've tried to summarize it in bullet points in the show notes. Do check us out but other than that without further ado hair. Is gordon barkley with an introduction to to dissociation a very warm. Welcome to the podcast gordon. Thank you rescue me here. So what this dissociation thing with starting to hear more about in real simple terms just what is it them. I think the word is used in many different ways and one can be very technical about it. But i i tend to talk about things in a very lay speedway and i think it's becoming disconnected from aspects of experience. I think that would be the place to start. So the opposite of association which is about connection dissociation about disconnection when we become disconnected from aspects of experience often to the extent that we may not be where the tall of the extent that we may have some awareness of. What's going on. But we put it away. And that can happen consciously or unconsciously. Yeah that's really clear. So do you mean we become disconnected from painful experiences or does that count for joyful love inexperienced as well..
"gordon" Discussed on Podcast 42
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"gordon" Discussed on Podcast 42
"I'll open the back hatch here and therefore it's about time you donkeys gordon. Ramsay gordon ramsay yes. I'm gordon ramsay. We expected maybe bobby flay or maybe wolfgang puck. Or how about cheney freaking oliva. I'm in the mood for a little naked chef. Perhaps you would be You fancy boy you would be fancy boy correct me. She goes setting alarm and take a nap. No no sorry. If i was a little startled about rescuing celebrity chef gordon ramsay off an asteroid in the middle of a portal toll. Turn of earth's well see expect to rescue me f off. I don't know. Maybe ed jack in the box right i e the pilot. Yeah well done you. Landing was perfectly timed and you hatch. Opening was five stars. Thank you see gordon. I told you a spoonful of sugar helps you become diabetic. Oh gordon with every insult that you make your ratings will increase a lot in time for me. You can make them. Mary poppins why yes. J. l. the one and only so. Let me get this straight one. We rescued mary. Poppins and gordon ramsay often asteroid and to chris finally wrote a guest female character in the script. You have nailed the obvious. Gordon is a little testy. Because i would not let him cook my penguins casserole. I would make penguin casserole for one thing. I would have made penguin. Wellington with a red wine reduction over four cheese. Rosado eat that. I can tell big boy gordon. What have we been discussing on the asteroid that you need to show more leg is damn well almost touching the floor. Know what have we been discussing about your attitude. That i should concentrate more and being a leader and teacher. Unless i'm being a psychopath must be hard. Since you have like. Twenty seven shows now fall. I have twenty shows. And what does this podcast skit Like twelve listeners. Actually six changed for every type. Chris does that we have the audience. Jail trust the process. Choose the process. How can anyone do that. Thank god the. I keeps his host being from nosediving. I into a meteoroid it works. It works the works. I don't know why are giving that look chris. You haven't done anything. You're the cap. Jim where are you at. i'm. I'm just yeah i know. I know i know what's going on. What do you think do a my job. So loss always are yet. Don't do it alone. you have healthy. No yeah Well you do glued Nothing you whipped up some grilled cheese sandwiches every the right because that's all that has requested grilled cheese sandwiches. Vows requests flaming yawn. I might be challenged a little more. What can i say. I really like grilled cheese sandwiches. See it's not like my calling. Skills are being put to the test on. Make the best grilled cheese sandwiches with age. Chetta truffle butter and homemade assumed bread. I prefer wonder bread and craft slices. Still in the rapper. Oh god what is wrong with you. I think chef gordon could use some horseback therapy and that such a good idea. Horseback therapy the hell's kitchen. Are you talking about you see. I'm a hypnotherapist. Hippo miss i both use analysts hippos. I already made that. Joe already made dead joke a hypnotherapist one who combines horseback riding with therapy much like. I combine magic with child endangerment. You really do. I'm not going to shy all to see you have an ai. That cooks for you. I don't know if it cooks or just microwave stouffer frozen meals. I cook actually. How good are you at cooking ten man. I'm pretty good. Yeah broom makes the best toast. Crunch i actually don't cook that. I just just order. That doesn't sound like you have a good cook. died on. Make my own cinnamon toast crunch with free. Range cinnamon toasted non-grain brave men. Loaf topped with cinnamon dusted shrimp house That sounds yummy. Is very yummy. Yes sounds great except you can't read the back of the cereal box while you eat that way. I make my own cereal box. I like to have my cereal with a spoonful of sugar. You don't need sugar cinnamon toast crunch. It's already sweet. Oh that's where you are wrong. I put a spoonful of sugar on everything. My toast my meatloaf my salmon. It's delightful in every way mar. God woman it sowed horrid. Well it's not. i never explain myself at. I'm not going to you people Garden since we picked you up. Do you think you could make us something. Hey no offense ship. But he is a world. Famous celebrity chef maybe could make us that risotto. Nor can make in hell's kitchen away. Here's a suggestion. Maybe take that off. The menu put on kraft mac and cheese. Instead you taft he is a little daft daft. Punk a see what you mean. Listen dummy those dishes on there to test chefs merit. I get that but shut down. The kitchen nightly does not seem like a good business model. Is this for real. Real stupid does suck up to me. I'm not. I'm just stating the facts. I think we should just get mr ramsey ages destination as quick as possible and be done with all this nonsense. I say we have a more nonsense. You can't have too much nonsense. You can definitely have too much nonsense. Currently we have a pages of nonsense. Just what are you proposing young lady. Why don't we have a cook off between gordon and mary poppins. Oh dear heaven. How did i get drunk into this. I'm always up for challenge. What should we cook hotdogs. Hot dogs can you think of anything. More clever hotdogs in a bun. Okay no more suggestions from you anyone else to take a stab at it. Come on i see three. Create the applebee's to for twenty dollar menu. Oh that sounds fun. What's an applebee's restaurant. No one goes to anymore. Have a menu where you get one appetizer in two entrees for twenty dollars no desert no desert sipa cala fragile expeditious. More god woman. I think it's settled ben. Shit you make the appetizer fine. I'll make mozzarella sticks gordon. You make one of the entrees all do the bourbon street and shrimp and mary. Poppins you make the other entree..
"gordon" Discussed on The Mindful Minute
"Gordon that was lovely to listen to thank you you're welcome. Those are some of my best friends. You know all of them not a bad word to say you know just so many happy voices all right. Y'all i hope you enjoyed this first. Little conversation and experience with gordon. As much as i did there will be lots more to share with you both here on the podcast and within the app shoreline be sure to check out the show notes for all the links and details by guys. Thanks for listening to the mindful minute. If you're enjoying these episodes consider joining me for the recording of this podcast. Every monday night during my live virtual meditation class. If you tune in for the live class you get the bonus content that isn't included in the podcast episodes. There's always time for qna and there's always the chance to connect with me. Personally i would love to see your faces and better yet. If you leave me a review of this podcast screenshot it. Email it to merrill at merrill are net dot com. You get your first class with me for free. Email your review to merrill m. e. r. y. l. at merrill are net and e. r. y. l. a. r. n. e. t. t. dot com. Get your first class for free. You can find out the schedule how to register all of that good stuff by going to my website and merrill arnett net dot com. Thanks again for listening. I'll see you next week..
"gordon" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Oh there was wavy gravy which Let's see if i can find the. It's sounds wild. I don't necessarily know what my flavor of wavy gravy would entail. But it is hippy. Esque it's got tie-dye. It is caramel. Cashew brazilian nut ice cream with chocolate hazelnut fudge swirl and roasted almonds it is a legendary cult classic named after the iconic nine hundred sixty s in woodstock mc is it. Is it all different colors or is it one. What is i gotta look at was wavy gravy was retired in two thousand and one thousand one apparently joined cousins peanut butter and jelly white. Russian and dastardly mash. Dastardly mash was ben. And jerry's flavor. Oh my god. Here's a picture of wavy gravy with the wavy gravy. Yep if they ever get rid of jerry garcia. I'm going to be so upset. All i know is that they're bringing something back and i think it's probably in the flavor graveyard like sexy back Kinda sweaty bowls. Yes yes yes. It is manila. Ice cream with a hint of rum loaded with fudge covered rum and multiples. Okay are correct. I'm a little disappointed by the way wavy gravy looks in the carton just like ice cream. I isn't it like tie-dyed colors as especially vibrant ice cream. And this is like vanilla like superman ice cream. yes but You wanted to match the outside. Which is a nice tie-dyed. Yeah the carton. The carton looks awesome. that's why it was retired. They couldn't they couldn't love do it at the put in the flavor graveyard. We got totally off subject. Here did you see. Did you Headstone for it. Is you already read. It did not like was. I not paying trying to find its. I wasn't paying attention wavy gravy. Just so there's no confusion we thought we oughta warn ya. Wavy gravy isn't dead. He lives in california. No such luck for wavings flavor. We've been wrong before we will give up the ghost. If you won't so what are you waiting for. Okay okay After that tangent brahms stoker's dracula. Lucy wisteria stella was annoying. Victim of the vampire dracula. Lucius episode is an unknowing victim of dixon. If she wasn't so wasted she wanted to drank. The funky juice. Right would have been knowing the showdown between salmon. Gordon after gordon turns off the lights is reminiscent of the similar scene involving clarice starling. Buffalo bill during the climax of silence of the lambs. My dad was in and my basement. When the fight is over with gordon dean stats next to a sign that says one hundred eighty three days of just possibly a reference to how long he has left in his deal. Worry this episode features the demise of recurring antagonists. Gordon walker. thank you jesus. Brown was forced to leave the show due to commitments with the lifetime. Television series army wives. He actually said he was horrified. At gordon's actions in this episode. How could you not be horrified of ripping people's heads off..
"gordon" Discussed on Spies of London
"There for for taking and the KGB took it and assigned it to miladi Once home. Trained up had been in the Red Army had gone to school in America. He had this kind of international background. He sailed to New York or an ocean liner and became a spy as with all good spies. They all bought several names. He met a man on bench in Central Park who introduced himself as Emile goldfish. He was really William Fisher but better known as a Rudolf Abel. He had been born in New England in 1903, but to Russian parents. So the thing about communism Cold War spying post-war spying and indeed the moles of the thirties the King Philip and so on they will often driven by ideology and I've mentioned this several times on the walks and in podcast that it is difficult to put ourselves into the mindset of the thirties forties in Europe. War was inevitable sides had to be chosen and some people chose the Victoria side and some people chose the other side that's always happening but for some reason the echo And the ripples from that time still live with us today. It is very obvious for us to say that communism has its limitations that it's economically bankrupt ideologically bankrupt way. It works on a Ponzi scheme at the center where if you get rich and the masses the millions and millions of normal people get manipulated and lied to now that may be a very brief overview of Communism, but it's a pretty accurate one not to say Catholicism isn't without its faults, but it at least tries or strives to be meritocratic and fair that's a different conversation to say that it might not always work like that. But getting rich is part of the leader capitalism, whereas in communism. It's it's described as a kind of failing of an evil unless you're one of the elite of course in which case it's strongly encouraged communism has at its heart a a deep cynicism and a double life and from a distance from England from France Germany, even from Canada and America if you read the text books about communism, you think we'll okay. Everybody has a job every looked after wage. He has a home is no homeless people. Everybody's fed. Nobody's hungry. It kind of looks great at a time when people were hungry in Britain. They were starving in the thirties in America this kind of notion of a society which could be organized in which everybody got along and was nice to each other and looked out for each other and helped each other and there were no rich people and there were no poor people and everybody was middle class. These were powerful ideas for first of all, upper-middle-class people never had to work and never needed to but also for anybody working classes anybody would be attracted to that. Once they saw the poverty in wage Europe is completely understandable to me that intelligent people in huge numbers thought that communism was a good idea. You have Kim filter you have charge blade you have melodia Lonsdale all on different sides different Nash his different backgrounds, but all agreeing with each other that communism was better than Fascism and that it had to be one of the other there was no middle way you either a communist of the left or a fascist of the right place. And everybody hated the fascists there for anybody with a rational logical mind would become a communist. So that kind of thinking has led me to soften my opinions of filthy and the rest of that particular the episodes about guy Burgess and the walking special episodes as well. But I will be coming back to this with a Donald MacLean book to Alan Bennett has helped to persuade me that the spies were not the traitors that allows people like to think he wrote to at least two players about spies possibly more and one of them in particular about guy Burgess and he is off the view that there were no worse than the rest of them and that they weren't half wrong bad as people make out Lonsdale originally entered Canada using the identity of a live double that is a living Canadian communist who had volunteered his passport for the cause and in later on became this dead double goddamned to have a child born in Canada nineteen twenty-four who had emigrated to the Soviet Union with his finish mother and died there in nineteen forty-three melotti first got hold an identity card, which is easier to get than a passport wage. And then that led on later to a passport of Canada. He then writes too so s the the Chinese school at the University of London gets on a course there and somebody recommends to him. He should join the Royal Seas league in Saint James is on the S and James's which is interesting to me cuz I nearly joined that once cuz they have a deal with the London Library. They do have clubs all around the world and it strikes me as a very obvious place for a spy to arrive at home. You can live there in an International Community where not many questions will be asked meladi returned from Canada to New York crossing over Niagara Falls is Gordon Lonsdale in February 1955 and made his way back to London. Now, this is a book review in the style of the London Review Books. So we don't really mention the book very much. It is a Kindle single. It's only sixty or seventy Pages. It'll cost you about eighty pounds about a dollar home and it's fabulous definitely recommended. It's clean. It's short. It's factual. It's done by a pro. You can read it in about an hour, but it's just amazing. It's really good. There's a guy in Bridge. The one who eventually led to his downfall was Harry Horton Horton joined the Navy at sixteen and after the second world war took a position at the admiralty that led him to a posting in Warsaw in nineteen fifty-one by now in his mid-forties. They felt out of place in the Diplomatic community and Halton dealt in the black market selling penicillin. It seems to be money that drove him to reproach a secretary of the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs in Warsaw. So Horton was in it for the money not for radiology, which immediately put him down the ladder in lonsdale's eyes and indeed many other people's eyes to he was British, but he portrayed his country for cash but nevertheless his wartime service and background eventually led him to a real life a top-secret job. The KGB were not sure that he could be bought as they pretended to be from Poland and said look, we're polish spies went to work for us. It was only later that they admitted that they were actually the kg be dead. But by this time Horton had a job at the underwater weapons establishment at Portland in Dorset, and he had absolutely white-hot connections there. So he was working on with his girlfriend off the sonar for Britain's first nuclear submarine, the dreadnoughts. Absolutely Prime information KGB had a few problems with him. He was difficult to manage and the eventually assigned him to God and Lonsdale home run him for I think a number of years certainly quite a while. It was the 11th of July 1959. When Horton was first introduced to Lonsdale both men had completely opposite opinions of each other still hated Horton and Horton thought they were kind of friends now no story about spies in Britain during this period of time would be complete without mentioning Peter right the Spy Catcher And fact the writer of the book called home I capture and this seems to be a common theme that Peter Reich wrote his book to make money because his MI5 pension was so bad. There is somebody in this story who had to go into business in retirement age. His his armor five pension was so bad. It makes you wonder whether am I five would have done better just to give them all a proper pension to be honest, especially at that time as public-sector pensions were supposed to be generous. Anyway, that's just my sniping and indeed the man who eventually betrayed Lonsdale and George Blake was given the codename sniper. It was late April nineteen sixty and someone had been sending Anonymous letters to the CIA written in German. So the agents sniper claimed that the Russians have two very important spies in Britain one in British intelligence the other in the Navy these two unknowns were codenamed Lombardo one and Lombardo to and this was during the aftermath of the philby scandals British intelligence were certain they had no mole, but he'd later turned out to be George Blake. It was the Navy one that worried people because they didn't know who it could be. This was Horton remember and the claim was that name sounded something like Hopkins or hopner, which is very far away in SpongeBob. And sound but the case was eventually handed to a guy called Charles L. Will it was later found that LOL was in one of the photographs found in one of lonsdale's briefcases some of the words he had unwittingly off or was he at a party with Lonsdale before Lonsdale was suspected. In fact lol became suspected as well by Peter right and others and part of the handling this month. Let painter right to suspect Hollister head of MI5 who I've also mentioned in a previous episode. This is absolutely why I start to think that human intelligence. This kind of agency wage work is never a good news. It leads everybody to a state of febrile paranoia on both sides of the table MI5 who are trying to catch these moles becoming more paranoid than everybody else and start seeing moles everywhere and the whole thing every ten or twenty years degenerates into this kind of paranoid meltdown which in any other business wage Walk of Life would be seen as absolutely potty and it seems absolutely normal when it's upper-middle-class people with degrees talking about Marxism and I think this kind of amateurishness which wage went on in the security services certainly through the late eighties and the fall of the Berlin Wall was partly what the 1994 intelligence had was trying to address was trying to say look if this thing is so secret that nobody actually knows about it. How do we know we're doing the right thing in the right way in the most efficient way is costing hundreds of millions of pounds a year to run these agents and to catch the foreign agents and all we end up doing is offering a paid each other now again, that's a simplification. But sometimes you have to simplify in order to illustrate the point. So on we go Halt and starts to meet Lonsdale in London and hand over paperwork and so on they train each other up of rather Lonsdale trends of Halton to take good photographs using spy cameras and other equipment and later on some of the briefcases that are dead. Stolen by MI5 apprehended by MI5 contain all this amazing 1960s spy equipment and I have to say that 1960s by equipment is way more exciting than modern technology because everything had its specific purpose. You wouldn't have a phone that could take pictures. You know that everybody had you know, there were Specialists cameras miniaturized cameras, which the mayor possession of such a device would cast suspicion on you. First of all, they were very expensive to make difficult to get hold of and why would any normal person have a spy camera because they take bad photos was now everybody's got a spy camera in the Palm this a thousand times better than what the KGB could make in the sixties. So the times have changed the technology has changed and I think there's something really romantic and exotic about this Old Town. She thinking about the umbrella on the bridge again, of course. So on we go the Watchers there were surveilled Horton was followed to a bench outside the Old Vic where he met Lonsdale and wage. When the MI5 guys followed Lonsdale after the meeting they realized he walked around in circles for a long time before going back to his car which had already previously passed in the street. This is spy trade craft. This is not something that you'll person would do. So the Finger of Suspicion went to Lonsdale as with all Spy operations, they didn't just arrest him because what they really wanted was to find out who he knew and what he was doing. He had a flat at the white box near Regent's Park flat 334. He had a bungalow in ruislip and this Bungalow in ruislip turns out to be pretty important not least to me because I used to live near here and I can imagine exactly where this Bungalow is. You can get the book if you want to know the exact address, but it's precisely positioned between ruislip station and ruislip Gardens at the end of a road and the the cul-de-sac leads into a footpath that's not wide enough for a car to go down. This means that you can approach or leave the cottage being sure that you're not being followed because obviously if you follow by pedestrian, you could spot them straight away and you certainly can log Live by a college town down a footpath even better. I said Gardens is across the road from North Pole to the RAF base, which is actually the base where Lonsdale was exfiltrated from when he was involved in a prisoner swap many years later. The location is fabulous. It was owned by two Russians. Again, they lied about their backgrounds and so on pass themselves off as other people Russian book dealers Lonsdale lived with them for many months. And in fact MI5 lost wages of them in London and it took them a while to catch him in ruislip and after he had been arrested and jailed the people in the house were also arrested and jailed as well for helping him. And because Lonsdale was the prize assets. He was sprung out of jail bath KGB in a prisoner swap with gravel win, another famous spy, all the people that helped and worked with the Hortons the Russians in the Rye slip Bungalow stayed in jail for many more years and long sell only got 25 years. Whereas famously George Blake. I think it was forty-two. It was so long that Blake escaped was Lonsdale didn't even need to escape cuz he was sprung out by a prisoner swap. The whole thing is a who's home. Of spies and Spike catches Peter writes here Rodger. Holly says here. Lonsdale's here legs here Philip. He's here and really none of them suspected God and Lonsdale if it was off that polish tip-off and Hortons amateurism. He might never have been caught it's easy to say that if this hadn't happened then that would never have happened people say that all the time but Lonsdale was such a professional and he'd grown to like his lifestyle in the west as wheeler to find which is crucial for me. I think if you hate to the west and you hate capitalism and you hate all of that, it's easy to sneak loyal to Communism but having lived in America lived in Canada lived in Britain, he got a taste for the lifestyle and although he remained loyal to Russia until the end. When his Allegiance was tested to save a lease and he may have been killed in a poisoning which if you've heard minor Valley episode, he will realize it still going on Lonsdale retained his allegiance to Russia until the towards the end, but he did enjoy birth. Left and I think he might never have been caught wearing not for the tip-off right became paranoid started to suspect Rodger Hollis, everybody else. He suspected anybody who wasn't him basically and indeed by catch a book has largely been discredited but they eventually traced Lonsdale to ruislip. They investigated the owners of The Bungalow found a communist past and Lonsdale was caught and given 25 years. This is a great lunch time read it'll take you about an hour or 90 minutes. If you're a slow reader, it's virtually free. It's less than a pound on Amazon. It's a Kindle single Gordon Carrera from the BBC is right tone. He's a very rational journalist. He's used all the usual sources that we took in archive Christopher Andrew and so on Nigel West a lot of this was already known but what I liked about this book is its shortness and the wage sticks the fats and really clearly describes a time and a place in Western European history. So that's got in Lonsdale not a sports bag, but a dead Russian boy who had his eyebrows. Stolen and used for Espionage Garden on stale died in suspicious circumstances after drinking vodka. He might have had a stroke his father died young equally. Well, he might have been poisoned so off on that bombshell I leave you for another week. We have lots coming up in the podcast. We have Donald MacLean. We have a few John le carre things lined up for you and I want to dig deeper into some of the locations on the same box as well. The original episodes were done in fifteen minute chunks to help you out. Keep it short one thing. I realized that the podcast allows is a walk virtual walk where the locations are further apart. So Spies of the home counties might be coming soon to take in John the carriers childhood home under home. He lived in grammar sinden as a professional man working for MI5 and MI6 and of course the race live Bungalow lived by Golden Lamb style so that Spite of the home counties. I will also revisit some of the London spy walks as well. We have a very full Autumn for you as the weather and the leaves turn off..
"gordon" Discussed on Spies of London
"Welcome to Spies of London. This episode is a book review of the illegal by Gordon Carrera from the BBC the hunt for a Russian spy on a post-war London and it's about the Spy Gordon Lonsdale Gordon. Lonsdale was a Canadian man who came to Britain by ship. He told everyone had been born on the 27th of August 1924 in Ontario Canada in reality. He was Conan meladi born in Moscow. Now, I've come across God in Lonsdale many times. He was easily one of the best and most Professional Russian spies operating in Britain at any time..
"gordon" Discussed on Spies of London
"Welcome to Spies of London. This episode is a book review of the illegal by Gordon Carrera from the BBC the hunt for a Russian spy on a post-war London and it's about the Spy Gordon Lonsdale Gordon. Lonsdale was a Canadian man who came to Britain by ship. He told everyone had been born on the 27th of August 1924 in Ontario Canada in reality. He was Conan meladi born in Moscow. Now, I've come across God in Lonsdale many times. He was easily one of the best and most Professional Russian spies operating in Britain at any time. He was known to me because he was involved in a prisoner swap without wanting to give you too many spoilers as he was highly valued by the KGB and he met George Blake in Moscow and George Blake & Garden Lonsdale were betrayed by the song. So some people suggest that if they hadn't been portrayed particular Lonsdale might never have been discovered by the time he was discovered clearly his super deep secret undercover of work which involved him taking on this Canadian identity living in Britain away from his young family was taking its toll and more than that as with so many of the best writers when Lonsdale go back to Moscow. He started to compare it to what he'd seen in the west and realized that the West Was better. I was richer more exciting more interesting more. Make more fun and he had serious alcohol problems, but there were a few details about Lonsdale which intrigued me and I have to say I thought God unless there was a man name
"gordon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Gordon deal thanks for spending time with us even if everything navigation is pointing in the direction of G. P. S. you'll never tear some folks away from their paper maps sales of the old school maps are actually on the rise US sales of print maps and road atlases I've had a five year compound annual growth rate of ten percent with Google maps apple maps and waze seemingly growing by leaps and bounds why would paper still sell we're joined now by ed Baig technology writer at USA today ed paper maps really paper maps typically won't steer you in the wrong direction not that we don't all love GPS paper maps don't run out of battery and people like the fact that you know take a mac you know he laid on the table flat and just give you a perspective again obviously with GPS or or looking at a you know an app on your phone we looking really at the small screen interest give you the sweeping perspective you wouldn't get otherwise I hate to admit it and is this an age thing visit us folks who like the old paper map I think that I think that's actually partly true not completely true but certainly you know the people who traditionally would run to the triple a for or you know who who had road atlas in their car but having said that I did talk to a number of people of different ages who like the idea of having paper even as a back up because again we work for his out hiking somewhere or surfing around on a boat there are a lot of places where you want specialized paper maps you know we're we're GPS either fall short or again you wanted for that back still makes paper maps by the way and do you have to be selling something else in your store in order to make a profit actually a lot of people still sell paper maps and surprise surprise me you know I talked to the rand McNally to the world and being seen an uptick in sale with up to some analysts said that you're over years sales for paper maps and atlases are actually still on the rise I talked to a guy who owns this place called the the map shop which is down in Charlotte North Carolina and it actually expanded their retail presence now heart let's do some manufacturing of kind of the three dimensional weight map but the business is still you know they're still doing well although the owner told me he you know he can't go a day where we're at somebody will walk in and say you guys are still under while we're speaking with a big tech columnist at USA today through the fun piece entitled to move aside Google maps apple maps and GPS why people still love their paper maps are so that said as you point out these popular apps are operating what's going on yeah apple has just come out with in any version of apple maps focus of by the way a lot on privacy because that's another thing you know with paper maps not gonna track you and you know but apple apple is insisting that they have very strong privacy controls in their Google does Truckee to some degree although there on the call in because I need a mode which you can enable you also you know implement some privacy protections there but both Google maps and apple maps constantly upgrading and trying to make the experience better which I think for the most part they happen the stories of of people driving into lakes scene to be falling off at least it's not the same it was yeah now that's for sure I remember driving diss some time ago but yeah I mean the Upper West Side of Manhattan the looking for gas station and the the GPS basically said there's one nearby in New Jersey what they didn't factor in was nearby you know across the river right but you know it's gotten better since those days to be fair I said ed big technology writer at USA today it is six minutes.
"gordon" Discussed on KTOK
"This morning with Gordon what gets but some of us on this Wednesday maybe will be smooth sailing to the U. S. elections on November three with no upsets or surprises if polls are accurate front runner Jill Biden will win the democratic nomination and face off against president trump in a tight contest what what if there are some wrinkles along the way we're joined now by Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance Rick your take thank you Michael very smoothly from here until November third with no surprise your disruptions there could be some surprises so I'm just trying to think ahead and make some guesses about what some of those surprises might be and we started out the year with an indication that one of them might be run something around might do so for the time being it appears that the United States and Iran have sort of settle their differences there was the US air strike on the Iranian general and then around retaliated with a missile strikes against a couple of bases in Iraq that how host US soldiers but they may not be all of it around it's very well known for conducting what the Pentagon calls asymmetrical warfare that's that's not traditional worker with tanks and airplanes but terrorist attacks using malicious outside of a raw and other places in the in the Middle East and Iraq have actually gone fairly far afield in the past they all bombed a couple of sites in Argentina back in the early nineties so we could get some late surprised by around it might not happen for months it might not happen at all I hope it does and I hope that nothing happened but it seems quite plausible that around is not finished here and it may have something in mind that it's not going to acknowledge something that will not have a rainy and trigger prints on the certainly not over far from over you point out right they have some will say so we'll say they've been at war with us for forty years right so right there that's not right I use also John Bolton has he factor in what does that have something to say before the election there's this whole question of whether he might testify in the impeachment trial in the Senate but even if he doesn't he's got a book coming out it's coming out this year before the election and he has anything to say about trump he's going to say it I mean I I think it's fair to say he is he the idea that he has kind of inside knowledge that the American public would be very interested in of course part of what he's doing is trying to generate generate interest in his boat but once his book comes out he can be brought in all over the place now that doesn't mean he is necessarily going to be tracking Trumpy may may not trash trump but he is going to have his say and if he knows something that's not already and it you know part of what's a pretty detailed public record on what happened with Ukraine the whole region a truck got impeached Americans are going and if John Bolton for some reason what actually campaign against trump all that could make a dent because Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance these are the piece about wild cards in the twenty twenty election also his tax returns this is still a thing now what what more than three years and it still paying I know people are crying I think you're going up with the tax returns move on already however this is working its way through the courts and the Supreme Court has finally agreed to hear these legal cases on whether the house of representatives in the Manhattan district attorney have a right to transfer into records and legal experts say the case is strong and that the the that the plaintiffs in this case which is the house of representatives in the Manhattan district attorney have a good case for why they should be able to get access to trump's financial records so will it make a difference often people think let you know who cares no one cares at this point I don't think that's quite right I think if we do see trips tax records and it turned out that he is a pack of tax rate is you know in the low single digits or even zero bomb you know most working Americans pay taxes and the average effective tax rate for American workers is around ten percent and if it turns out that trump is learning you know a couple hundred million dollars a year and paying less a lower percentage in taxes than the average worker I think the liability for him and remember twenty one thing I can start with with an approval rating that has is in the lower forties and it's market already looking like a close call for his reelection so anything that just works against him even a little bit at the margins could be decisive in November is Rick Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance by the way do to driver inattention on my part earlier Phil to talk about some of our top stories and headlines British Airways is suspending all flights to mainland China over coronavirus concerns in the U. S. may go the same route the trump administration unveils a Middle East peace plan defense team finishes closing arguments in the impeachment trial the Congressional Budget Office says national debt will reach ninety eight percent of GDP in the next ten years apple posts record revenue and a return to profit growth and the common injury associated with Super Bowl parties what that story in about fifteen minutes it's twenty minutes in front of the hour on this morning America's first news how often do you think about your socks if you're like I used to be not much but I recently discovered socks the change the well think about socks forever there called bombas bombas are.
"gordon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Gordon deal thank you for the quality we can let us have a look up and be shocked to see thirty two o'clock in the afternoon where the dago how will you ever get everything done he just feels there's not enough time in the day but there is you just have to be ruthless so says Val rights leadership and innovation consultants who is author of a book called thoughtfully ruthless the key to exponential growth she spoke with this weekend's Jenna Prica shankha about being ruthless with your time I would rinse less have negative connotations but if you will full full of ours that's when you could really take control of your life and simply create more time do you apply this to your life professionally or personally about absolutely both there is as many poems and around on your work life as you'll soul life you have to be laid the focus of really intentional about every single activity every single one project and pay attention to exactly what you do or what you might get somebody else today all right I'll give us some examples also so for those who one in smaller or larger companies meetings are one of the greatest time socks in the world and I always say to people but it's very easy to read usual meeting time by seventy five percent because hopefully will meetings are not needed they could have been communicated via an email Ole wasn't really anything much to communicate will discuss all of those meetings are needed you any harm to the people in the room and that you create a seventy five percent with the option in your meeting investment and meetings have become the bomb blew roofs of attacking people's calendars in every country in every business and they kind of just take over when they really don't need to you've got a really be ruthless about what you cut back and how do you get your meetings back being productive and but being focused I think they had many many workers would agree with you but perhaps not as many managers how do you get them to turn that around price you know I I speak a lot of conferences and events and when I asked that question the by reducing your meeting by seventy five percent everybody knows that I think people get stuck into how they and they get to really question is this the right use of time and you know I say to managers you know what would you do if you know your border your seo give you an extra twenty percent of resources may immediately come up with all these incredible things mean vestments and ideas that happens when you condition it that way and then say some will this is how you get more time back from your jeans I have signed with managers at all levels really to embrace this idea of a full three reflects anything but gives people back time we're speaking with them all right leadership consultant and author of valve how do you reduce the distractions in your everyday life to save some time the first thing you have to do is really pay attention to the technology that you have and you know if I find something and that we will be very easy for my walks to be posing for my friend to give be giving me notifications for my computer on my desk to be giving me call notifications what you have to do is just stop and say where only imports because it's like the equivalent of what we used to see in our office and only get a knock on the door or a manual and electro in a mailbox we allow digital knocks on the door all of our attention all day long all weekend long and what we have to do is stop those knocks on the door so you have to turn off the notifications you have to know the staff to your inbox all day every day you know if you only check your email three or four times a day and the rest of the time you switch off line so you can actually create work can get work done rather than responding to work that's another way that you can avoid the distractions and turning off we'll notifications deleting the app on your phone that might be interesting but not helpful particularly if you're on a deadline and pay attention to the things that distract you and where you go when you get distracted eliminate those things because you have formal controlling choice than you might realize with these distractions tell you suggest that sometimes we need to kind of distance ourselves from our friends how can we do that without hurting someone's feelings it's a controversial but essential reflection everybody needs to make and you know particularly you know when you think of our findings are precious you have to ask yourself when you're old at spending the weekend or you're spending an evening with someone do they energize you and make you happy or does not insurrection fill you with dread what you have to be added to is is just make choices and and say okay I'm going to choose to spend more time the disbursement you know maybe I'm I'm gonna see this person left so maybe I'm not going to see them again it's this weekend's Jennifer Gish Ranko with leadership consultant Val right author of thoughtfully ruthless the key to exponential growth twenty one minutes after the hour on this weekend coming up next tech resolutions for the new year and now another addition of obvious news from geico experts now say that wearing more clothes in the winter will in fact help you be warmer we asked cold victim track Patterson about this and here's what he said it was the weirdest thing I was a little cold put on a sweater then wasn't called like was also one obvious news geico makes it easy to save money and easy to reach them with licensed.
"gordon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"With Gordon the with forty two days before the first votes are counted in Iowa for candidates or in the mix or leading in at least one of the four early voting states combined with the lack of a dominant front runner nationally Democrats can start asking the question that's maybe not so far fetched could the first four contests leave us with four different winners Joey garrison national correspondent at USA today says it would be perhaps the most wide open democratic primary in a generation heading into super Tuesday on March three Joey explained the number one area where this could be a possibility with would be what where are we to judge the mayor of up on top in Indiana with the Iowa and then it moved to New Hampshire and you have one of the native sons and daughters there and with the with with Warren or Bernie Sanders who Vermont Massachusetts of course next door you have a history of bucking what I or the it did you move to Nevada you'd have to have the opposite candidate of Sanders war ward win in the bottom then at least the top Carolina were biting strong support among African American voters has been polling number one from the beginning and it's very much a part rather Tucker light if you have as the book in so to speak of the stress for you to catch a bite and now what with Warren and and now they're just putting in those little about what what can happen between now but but it is something that when you look at the polling that certainly is a possibility yeah has this happened before hello what do they get to give back every four years for these elections last time it happened nineteen ninety two were you at Tom Harkin when the night was that you had called fungus we Massachusetts and then you had up in Maine governor Jerry Brown the winning into Bob Kerry the former Nebraska senator winning him but well I think with South Dakota the might of the North Dakota believe South Dakota Bill Clinton ultimately won the nomination in nineteen ninety two hi he didn't stop by when in any of those four states but starting to win and once the primary moved southward sort have happened before with this be the first time really in a generation of politics well if mayor blew the judge does not win Iowa is he in trouble in yeah I think he really needs to come when I would start really expanded his campaign and the building momentum and you know you right now is depending on which poll if you're looking at I think he's leading and I want to the last three to that you know you clearly found since the momentum there right now in in in he said he needs to keep that up here in the final couple months but of course I was we do have a history of changing at all of a last minute famously John Kerry you know calling yeah somewhere in the first place so this point having an at Iowa caucuses he of course ended up winning in ended up securing another nomination pretty quickly in the primary process so just because we look at the polls right now and we can see it for the area where you could have four different winners in the first four states that doesn't mean that's gonna hand out you know in in that exact way what could happen in the month of the primary this is a lot of you know this is where things are really decided now heading into the first stretch of voting with five one Hampshire for speak with Julie garrison national correspondent at USA today he's written a piece entitled with polling all over the map could for different Democrats split the first four states how do you factor in Mike Bloomberg in his money in all of this if at all yeah so I mean it made the whole premise of looking into the store the birthplace of that is a very much a wide open race right now we don't really have one or two candidates who were looking at it as as as the real far others he arguably a for right now and so what a guy like Bloomberg in getting in the race so late obviously have all those all that money that he's already been pouring into a lot of the state he says well we're not going to even look at these for former gonna concentrate on super Tuesday when eleven states including California go to the polls so he's really banking on they're still being fluidity coming out of South Carolina or at least admit he and he doesn't need to have the four states for it I mean it could be maybe three candidates win but he's really betting on that and there and and the fact that there won't be just one winner out of the first four and they'll still be an open right now if there are four different winners in the first war voting states in the primary how long could potentially take them to find a true front runner well critical I mean it might get move on past super Tuesday and we've been to in a later in the calendar there's a date where Pennsylvania and Connecticut Dolabella somebody's northeastern states or go to the polls so it might get to that point but there I will say although these four candidates are well financed at the moment it's hard to maintain that and also in the democratic primary they have a threshold only giving delegate candidates to get fifteen percent and fate so some point a lot of these people are gonna be whittled away if they're not performing so yeah I I think it's I wouldn't expect all four to go to to the to the convention by any means and it's gonna be certainly Whittle down I would think you know no more than two at that point but I do think it could still be open out of super Tuesday member so we're going to do at that point that for Tuesday the March we were certainly gonna know he's got the the most delegates to that point and who might have the most momentum but there could still be of splintering among the party show Joey garrison national correspondent at USA today twenty minutes now after the hour on this morning Jennifer shankha is here with three big things you need to know number one Gordon newly released government email has revealed that.
"gordon" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Of people saying are you crazy and why you're doing this but they did it so I think taking some time I'm in doing baby. Steps is huge Ni important in refreshing in this is what makes the defense like for us going down to Puerto. Rico will is totally energizing to me. Because I'm taking the first step towards my dream and I know this is what's needed to. Nick sprained come true. It's it's amazing and going back to what we said before. It's never too late you just I decide what you WANNA do. Map it out And you notice along the way of the journey will be it may have some ebbs and flows and things like that but enjoy enjoy the process the whole way and you know set that a goal and in and make it happen and give yourself the permission to do that. It's absolutely amazing Bettina tonight loved our conversation today. A where can people find out more about you and the awesome work that you're doing. Yes thank you very much my website. It is Bettino Gordon Dot Com Bettina Visa. Boy E. T. T. I. N. A. Gordon Ischia Or D. O. N.. Bettino Gordon Dot Com on facebook. I am Facebook Pitino Gordon on instagram. Bettina Dot Corden I would love to hear from you because what I'm doing now and Erich Priebke you alluded to that already Michael There's a big difference in between chronological and biologically age in recent years. Did my blood tests to find out a wanted to know like how how is my body doing was especially important to the optimal cancer journey and Lo and behold it turns out even all the intense journey last year. My Body is still six years younger. Ben My chronological age. which is awesome to me but now I want to push the boundary even further? I WANNA get even younger with age. H So what I'm doing right now. Is upcoming years started on June first. I'm dedicating to widening the gap between my biological in chronological age even further. I know and I'm put certain certain remedies and surgeon protocols into place ace in order for me to do that. This is what I'm going to write and Rights and speak about mostly in the year to come. Because I WANNA WANNA know like how much younger I can get physically even though my my birth certificate you know that that is something I cannot stop but the But the the health of my body and the aging of myself I I often say that in exercising it. This is what I'm going to do now whether you're to come so if you're interested please follow me again. Between Gordon Dot Com facebook Patina Gordon in fifteen of Dot orden on instagram. Thank you so much Michael heading me. Thank you so much audience. I'll have that information in the show. Notes always great to talk to you and I look Ford seeing. You look like a teenager the next time we see each other. Yes I'm guessing. That's probably what you'll look like. You're you're pretty close to it anyway. So we'll keep keep keep doing it so until next time everybody be will pay. It's Michael again. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. Sure like many any people you're dealing with some significant stress and possibly approaching. Burn out. I know how you feel in two thousand nine. My burn out led to a year of worst case scenarios. Do not want that to happen to you if you go to breakfast. LEADERSHIP DOT com. You can register for a free Webinar on burnout prevention as well as good as a free checklist to have successful zestful mornings start off each day the right way again. That's breakfast leadership dot com. Also since you are a loyal podcast listener. I'm asking you to like rate Ayton review my podcast on itunes. I look at all the reviews. Appreciate your comments in. It helps other potential listeners. Discover the content. I have on the show. I appreciate you and thanks again for listening..
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