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"hale" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Be in Atlanta. The ACC player list has been released as well. We will get to those guys 9 quarterbacks going to be there in the ACC. We'll talk with David Hale coming up from ESPN covering all things ACC. What is going on with the grant of rights? Are we going to see some stability in that conference? What is their future? We'll do a lot of that coming up here in just a few minutes. My name is Braden Gaul in for Paul. You can get to me on Twitter at brayden gall honored to be here hanging out with you guys. One more hour today, 8 5 5, two four two 7 two 8 5. And the big 12. What are they going to do? I think they actually are operating from a position of strength. And I say that not because I think they're the best league or they're going to make the most money or they have the best teams. They're certainly going to lose a lot of that when Texas and Oklahoma leaves. But I do think they have the most freedom to do whatever they want, be creative and try to find some future value for their conference. The new conference commissioner Bret your mark, the first, he starts technically August 1st. And he's been having meetings in the big 12 with the current teams in the big 12. Texas and Oklahoma who are about to leave, and then the four teams who are about to join. So he's basically conducting meetings with the ex-wife, the current wife and the future wife all at the same time, which I imagine as someone who's only got just the one wife. I never had an ex-wife. I imagine that is an extraordinarily bizarre situation. So he stepped into this role, he stepped into a big giant mess, USC UCLA happens. What is the big 12 going to do? These were his comments today. This morning, his opening statements about the big 12 being open for business. What
"hale" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"But talk about what he finds on Mars because this points to the literary genius of Lewis to create a world like a I mean, it's a lot like what Tolkien does in a way, just create another world so convincingly, but so talk briefly about what he finds, what this ransom character finds when he gets to Mars. Yes, the fascinating thing about what he finds on Mars is you. He encounters three species. You could say of creature on Mars. They are sentient sentient beings that are not human. And the fascinating thing that he does there is that it's actually an unfallen planet that is yet affected by the fall of man. So there's this kind of odd juxtaposition of ransom of fallen human being interacting with these sentient intelligent beings that are not human and are unfallen and have no real conception of nature. And so it really leads to a series of fascinating conversations, which is something that I don't think you could have in the same way if it was set on earth, for example, or if Lewis was having ransom, sorry, it was having these conversations with another man by putting out another planet by introducing these creatures, he has all these very fascinating intellectual and philosophical theological questions that come out that don't, for some reason, don't bore the reader, even though there's tapes, it can be pages of just conversation, same thing in paril andra, even more so I would say, and yet it's just fascinating because it's because of the backdrop and the setting and the nature of his conversation partner that they are having these conversations that we would never have. And yet Lewis geniously unravels certain questions that we do have. And we do struggle with, and yet he can address them in a very unique way, because ransom is talking to what we might call an alien, right? It's a foreign foreign species foreign foreign conversational partner. And so that's one of the brilliant things I think that he does in both sides. That's what reveals like the level of his genius. It's her freaky level of genius to be able to pull this off. When we come back, Christiana Hale is going to pronounce the names of these creatures because I can't. We'll be right back. Great. Welcome back, I'm talking to Christiana Hale, Hale, the book is called deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy. Okay, so in the first book, out of the silent planet, this ransom figure goes to Mars, ostensibly, Mars. But what's so interesting is he discovers, you know, they're not our version of Martians. When we think of Martians, our fictitious version of Martians, we think of a certain thing. In a way that world hadn't been established yet, that fictional world that we all kind of live in and where we think Martians look like this or whatever. So what are these three creatures, these types of creatures that he encounters on his version of Mars? Yeah, so there's the three types, there's the rasa. And again, I'm going to attempt to pronounce these correct. Everyone is impossible. Every pronunciation. So the first one is what's it again? And they're like gigantic gerbils or something. Yes, or beaver type. I can imagine them as beaver types, some sort of mammal mammal type of creature. Okay. Okay, keep going. And then we have the swords. The creepy is to pronounce the story freaked me out when I first read about it. Yeah, they did they're kind of bird like and they're huge. They're giant gigantic and they're kind of almost winged and bird like and then getting their menacing. You don't know. I mean, that's what's so creepy about these books is that you could see Lewis, he has the ability to write about evil and to scare you. So these are not good books for little kids or anything. He's one and runs from it. Sore. He actually sees one and that's one of the things that sets him running away 'cause he sees it and he's just terrified by it. But then he encounters the harasser, which are a lot less intimidating at first. And he gets to know them, he actually lives with them for a while. So then by the time he actually meets a sore and again and has interaction with it, he still intimidated and terrified in a way, but he understands it. He at least understands what he's seeing. And is able to interact with and have conversations with. Now I dare you to try to pronounce the third kind of creature on Mars. I think it's syphilis. Gesundheit, say it again. Yeah. Sifu tricky. 5th little tricky, 5th trip. How I say it. Christiana, let's get serious. No, I've actually, when I read that word, I was like, there's literally no way to pronounce this, but you think it's what again? So I think it's the full tricky. So there's a P, the problem is there's a PF. He starts out with a PF, but the P has got to be silent. There's no way. I think. I got a bad case of fizzle tricky. I can't come. Okay, so the three creatures are the Soren's, the harasser and the 5th little tricky. And I don't remember what are the 5th full tricky look like? So they're almost, he mentions dwarves, but then he also, I think, mentions frogs. So he's describing them. So they're very small. They're short squat and close to the ground. They are the ones that work primarily with their hands, so they create create things they're kind of like the miners, the makers, and when ransom in the book encounters one, he's actually carving a carving a statue of ransom. Which is realizing a statue of ransom. And at first he doesn't recognize it as a statue of himself because it looks so weird to him. It looks because he's seeing it through the fulfill tricks eyes, right? He's seeing, oh, this is what I look like to them. And it's so foreign to him. He doesn't actually realize it's him at first. And then he's also carving a map of the cosmos, which is really fascinating, because that's where we see that Lewis in the trilogy is not using the medieval order of the planets. He's actually using our solar system in terms of the arrangement. Holy cow. Now we're going to a break. That's the end of our one, but we've got plenty more with Christiana Hale and our two. The book folks, deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy. We'll be right back. The first person to survive Alzheimer's disease is out there. And the Alzheimer's association is going to make it happen. But we won't get there without you. Visit ALC dot org to join the fight..
A Deeper Look at C.S. Lewis' Space Trilogy With Christiana Hale
"To familiarize the audience with the plot of these three books, the first book is out of the silent planet, the second book is peril andra and the third book is that hideous strength. That's the ransom trilogy, but talk about the general plot. What is this about? Why is it called the ransom trilogy? Yes. So I think the first book, Lewis intended, I think, at the beginning to actually only write a single book. This happened frequently for him, where he would kind of get sidetracked, and it would turn into turned into something bigger than he may be initially intended it to. And I would argue that the first book is almost a kind of a there and back again, almost like The Hobbit story. We have our main character who inadvertently stumbles upon these men who are trying to abduct a boy to take into Mars to sacrifice him to the Martians. So they think the natives require sacrifice. And so they're trying to abduct this boy. He intervenes. He ends up getting kidnapped in the boy's place. And so he ends up taking to Mars and their spaceship and basically the rest of the book is him trying to find his way and figure out how to get back. Okay, this is the first in the book called out of the silent book out of the silence. When ransom who's appropriately named because he's a type of Christ and also he goes in the place of the boy who these evil characters are trying to kidnap to take to Mars as a sacrifice or whatever. So that's the first book. And that was written what? 39. When was that written? I believe so I am really, really bad at memorizing dates. So I believe it was round end of end of yes, so 39 sounds right. Might have been 40 right around there. And in a funny way, I mean, this is at the beginning of science fiction. I mean, Lewis, you know, there was some science fiction H.G. Wells or whatever. But Lewis is writing its fantasy, it's a kind of science fiction, but it's more than that. It's very literary. And so
"hale" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Necessary. This is, I mean, there's so much to it. I guess maybe the simplest place to start is when and your book touches on this, but it's not about this, but the idea that Michael ward writes about that the 7 Narnia chronicles that every one of them corresponds to one of these medieval planets. So obviously the line, the witch and the wardrobe, corresponds to Jupiter because it's about king, and then you get this idea of why his father Christmas in there. Well, he's this Jupiter, jovial, kingly, happy character, because when we use phrases like we say, somebody's jovial, that's what it means, prince Caspian has this Mars Marshall warring thing. Like, there are all these personalities. I guess Venus is the perfect example. I mean, talk about Venus and Mars, for example. So people can get some idea or about or about the sun because I want people to grasp this idea. When you talk about the personalities of these planets, it's almost like a poetic conceit, right? Yes, it's almost, it's almost like creating an entire world around a single theme. Around a certain note that you're trying to hit. And these planetary personalities kind of involve all of this imagery, poetry, atmosphere, they're kind of all wrapped up into together, and it's hard to tease them out, which is why I think doctor Michael ward's thesis is so brilliant and the way that he teases that out from the chronicles of Narnia, the more you read them, the more you see it. And the more it makes sense and kind of comes into alignment. So for example, I personally love the voyage of the dawn treader. That's one of my favorites. And it's the solar book or the book associated with the sun. And I mean, that one you see very clearly just in the title, right? You have the dawn treader. There's the sun, sun in the title, and they're heading east. They're trying to find their heading towards the sun throughout the entire book. But then as you continue to dive even deeper, you have little details like the sun's metal is gold, and they come to that one island where the water turns things to gold and gold is a theme. You have dragons, Apollo, the sun God in Greek mythology is associated with dragon slang. One of his names is Apollo Sauron tonos, which means killer of the dragon. And so there's the whole story with him in the python, which some argue is a dragon. So there's dragons all over the place, a dragon on the prow of the boat. The dragon, of course, that eustace turns into the dragon they find on the island, the sea dragon, the sea monster, there's dragons all over the place as well, which you might think, how does that connect to the sun, but as you dig more deeply into this personality, you can see how it how it connects. And I think the key to say is so that people don't get scared away. It doesn't matter if you get all this stuff. That's the beauty of it, is that even if you don't get any of this stuff and you just read these books, what they are, they're magnificent. But then when you get into these things and understand it more, it just gets deeper and deeper. We'll be right back with Christiana Hale, the new book is called deeper heaven. Make like a mister milk toast you'll get shut out. Folks welcome back. I'm talking to the author of deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis ransom trilogy, her name is Christiana Hale, Christiana..
"hale" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks welcome back, I'm talking to Christiana Hale, who has written a new book, a wonderful book called deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy. Okay, so first book ransom goes to Mars, comes back second book, peril andra. So tell the plot roughly of that book because it's pretty amazing. So yes, Pearland or I would have to say, honestly, I hate being asked which one's my favorite. But when forced, I have to say Pearland, because that I just, I love that book. It is funny, though, because the plot is very simple, actually. It's a very simple plot, and there's a lot of conversation and talking and Lewis doing what he does, which is unraveling really deep and difficult theological and philosophical issues in conversations between his characters in a way that just puts it puts it in a light that you never had considered it before. So the plot very simply is that Lewis because of his adventures in the first book because primarily of his ability to speak the language. You mean ransom he, I'm sorry, I said I say Louis. I get them confused also because you know you feel like ransom's a lot like Lewis. Thank you. Ransom. And then Lewis shows up though, too. That's the other thing is Lewis as a character shows up in the book actually at the beginning of par lander. He goes to visit ransom the character. So then you have Lewis the author, Lewis, the character and ransom, who was basically Louis the author. So it gets very complicated. But ransom is sent on a mission to pair landra primarily again mainly just because he can speak the language. So he knows the language he can speak to the people who live there on Paris landra. And so they send him there because there's going to be a danger that he wasn't about. When you say they send him there. No, you are. These are these young beings. These are good guys. The el dilla. Is that what they're called? The higher level. So yeah, these are these angelic beings. And there's clear correspondence, you know, that Louis is not inventing. These are basically angels, but he calls them, so you're saying they send ransom to Venus because he can speak old solar. I don't remember, did they know what his mission is? Does he stumble on the mission? He doesn't know what his mission is. So he doesn't know he doesn't know what it is. And he even he makes a comment because in the beginning he's talking to Lewis the character. So Lewis inserts himself into the story as a character who goes to visit ransom and ransom is explaining to that character what his mission is. And he says, I don't really know what it's going to be. They haven't told me, I don't know. And he says something like, there are some missions for which it's better. One knows less. Basically, the less one knows about one's one's mission, the better. So in that sense, I talk about this in my book, is that I feel like ransom has more of a prophetic role in this in this book. See, he's being sent on a mission. He doesn't always know what exactly he's going to do. So he's trusting that he will be given the right words to say that he'll be given the insight to know what it is he is to do at the appropriate time, which is very much a prophetic sort of role that he has. So he goes to Venus and then he ends up meeting the green lady on Venus, who she's not human, but she's very humanoid and in her, in her well, she's like the E screen. And it's like she's adamant that characters of Venus, but Louis calls her the green lady and then she's the what? She's the queen of that world and the king of that world, the atom of that world is her husband or whatever. So but yeah, so this character ran some meets this green lady. Yes, and basically from that point on, I mean, they have a lot of conversations..
"hale" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"809 7 8 three O 5 7 809 7 8 three O 5 7. Somewhere. On the scene and if I was walking back I'm talking to Christiana Hale, who hails different spelling from Idaho. She's in Idaho now. I am not an Idaho. I want to be very clear. The book that she has written and it is wonderful. It's called deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy. So Christiana, C. S. Lewis wrote so much. Some people know him from the screwtape letters. Many people know the Narnia chronicles and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Very few people know that he wrote a an absolutely spectacular trilogy of novels for adults, often called the ransom trilogy. They are literarily magnificent and there's just, they're full of so much stuff, so much genius, so many levels. But one level, which is vital in which you write about in your book, which you clarify, is this thing called the medieval cosmology. So let's just break it down for the audience. The ancients believed, and the medieval world believed that the earth is at the center, now we now know that's not true, but it kind of doesn't matter. They believe the earth is at the center. And then they could see with the naked eye before telescopes, they could see the sun, the moon, and mercury, Mars, Saturn, Venus, and Jupiter. That's it. Right? So those were the medieval planets. And when you talk about medieval cosmology, first, that's what you're talking about, correct? Yes, yes, correct. So the 7 planets of their cosmology. But beyond that, they saw the planet says having very distinct personalities too, which is something that's very foreign to us. We just look up and we see them and they're pretty in the night sky and they're bright. So give us an example of what we mean by that. So for example, Jupiter, I would argue they would see as one of the most important planets. And so in the system. So he is and I say he because it's very connected to the Roman God Jupiter after whom it's named. But they would see him as the king of the planets. So as Jupiter is the king of the Roman gods, and so connected with kingly Ness and all of the all of the qualities that are associated with what we think of a king being like you can see also they could see with the naked, well, not quite with the naked eye, but as rudimentary telescopes were developed, they could see the spot in Jupiter's side. So he's the wounded king, which then draws connections to Christ, obviously, on the cross, his side was pierced. And so they're comes into all of these, then theological connotations as well. And so not that they would see the plant's planets as being distinct from the planetary being. So there's some conflicting accounts Lewis uses the one where they think of the planet itself, physical planet as being almost like a mode of transportation for an angelic being that is also the planet and it's actually necessary..
Author Christiana Hale on the Concept of 'Medieval Cosmology'
"And if I was walking back I'm talking to Christiana Hale, who hails different spelling from Idaho. She's in Idaho now. I am not an Idaho. I want to be very clear. The book that she has written and it is wonderful. It's called deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy. So Christiana, C. S. Lewis wrote so much. Some people know him from the screwtape letters. Many people know the Narnia chronicles and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Very few people know that he wrote a an absolutely spectacular trilogy of novels for adults, often called the ransom trilogy. They are literarily magnificent and there's just, they're full of so much stuff, so much genius, so many levels. But one level, which is vital in which you write about in your book, which you clarify, is this thing called the medieval cosmology. So let's just break it down for the audience. The ancients believed, and the medieval world believed that the earth is at the center, now we now know that's not true, but it kind of doesn't matter. They believe the earth is at the center. And then they could see with the naked eye before telescopes, they could see the sun, the moon, and mercury, Mars, Saturn, Venus, and Jupiter. That's it. Right? So those were the medieval planets. And when you talk about medieval cosmology, first, that's what you're talking about, correct? Yes, yes, correct. So the 7 planets of their cosmology. But beyond that, they saw the planet says having very distinct personalities too, which is something that's very foreign to us. We just look up and we see them and they're pretty in the night sky and they're bright. So give us an example of what we mean by that. So for example, Jupiter, I would argue they would see as one of the most important planets. And so in the system. So he is and I say he because it's very connected to the Roman God Jupiter after whom it's named. But they would see him as the king of the planets. So as Jupiter is the king of the Roman gods, and so connected with kingly Ness and all of the all of the qualities that are associated with what we think of a king being like you can see also they could see with the naked, well, not quite with the naked eye, but as rudimentary telescopes were developed, they could see the spot in Jupiter's side. So he's the wounded king, which then draws connections to Christ, obviously, on the cross, his side was pierced. And so they're comes into all of these, then theological connotations as well.
"hale" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"So when we say medieval cosmology, we're just talking about how medieval man saw the arrangement of the universe of the cosmos, which was different from we had the copernican revolution where most people are familiar with that sort of shift from a earth centric geocentric arrangement to a solar system, having the sun at the center. But beyond just the arrangement in the medieval conception of the cosmos, there were actual imaginative effects they had a very peculiar view of more than just, oh, we're just switching the order around, but that that order actually has an effect on the way you look at humanity and the man's place in the cosmos. So it has anthropological effects as well. There's all sorts of in philosophical and theological effects. So when we say medieval cosmology, you could simply say, well, it's just the arrangement of the cosmos, but it actually has downstream effects on the way they saw the entire world. When we come back, I want to break this down because I still think it sounds scary to most people. And it's not. It's actually fascinating and beautiful and simple, but the 32nd version really is just that the medieval world, CES Lewis was a medievalist. We forget that he was an expert on the medieval world and saw things through that lens and arranged a lot of what he wrote with reference to that, but didn't say that he was doing. He just kind of did it and then years later, people like Christiana Hale and others really kind of fare at this out and he wrote, this is all these other levels. So we're going to get into that when we come back. I'm speaking to Christiana Hale. The book is deeper heaven. And as each moment has unfurled I've been waiting to awaken from these dreams people gorgeous where they will I never noticed hey there folks, Eric metaxas here. As you know, our friend and he's a real friend, Mike lindell has a passion to help everyone get the best sleep of their life, but he didn't stop by simply creating the best pillow now Mike has done it again by introducing his my slippers, my slippers, they're unbelievable. I know all about them, but I got to tell you for a limited time you will save $90 on each pair of my slippers. They're expensive. You can save $90. This blowout sale of the year won't last order now. He's taken over two years to develop them. The mice slippers are designed to wear indoors and out all day long made with my pillow foam and impact gel to help prevent fatigue made with quality leather suede call one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 use the promo code Eric. We're going to my pillow dot com click on the radio listeners square and use promo code Eric, the offer will not last long, so order now with promo code Eric at my pillow dot com or call.
How Did Christiana Hale Come to Write Her New Book 'Deeper Heaven'?
"I am extraordinarily excited to speak to my next guest because she has written a genuinely magnificent book on one of the most important subjects to me in the world C. S. Lewis. And so let me say first of all, her name is Christiana Hale, she hails spelled differently from Idaho. She is in Idaho right now. Just so you understand, while she was writing this book, she also teaches Latin and English to junior high school students, try to take that in ladies and gentlemen. At a classical Christian school, I am just thrilled to meet her and to talk to her about her brand new book. It's called deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy. Christian Hale welcome to the Arctic show. Thank you so much for having me. Well, listen, we try to get you in the studio and our schedule was all screwed up. But I just want to say, when I read this book, I was just so thrilled because I love C. S. Lewis so much. And the ransom trilogy, the space trilogy, whatever it's called many, many people are not familiar with it. And that, of course, needs to change. And books like yours will help to I'm already helping it is helping to change that. Your book is helping to change that. So before we get into the book deeper heaven, I just have to ask you about yourself. How does a very young woman like yourself come to write a magnificent volume on C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy? How did this happen? How did you where did you grow up? How did you happen? What's going on? Yeah. Sometimes I ask myself how it happened because it still surprises me at times that this is where life has taken me. But I grew up on C. S. Lewis primarily the chronicles of Narnia as many of us did. So a very young age. I was introduced in Narnia and just fell in love with those books. And it wasn't till I was probably in high school that I realized there's a lot more to see us Louis than just a children's fiction author. In fact, that was very small part of his life and his calling and what he did. So I remember reading or starting to read the ransom trilogy at a young age and I actually quite frankly didn't like it. I didn't get into it really. I couldn't understand it. But then I attended new Saint Andrew's college in Moscow Idaho and as a freshman rhetoric class, we had to read the ransom trilogy and at that point with a teacher who delve deeper into the especially the medieval cosmology side of things, which I think will probably talk about later. That just captured my imagination.
Deeper Heaven: A Reader's Guide to C.S. Lewis' Ransom Trilogy
"I'm talking both ours today with Christiana Hale, the author of a new book called deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy because a guide to C. S. Lewis ransom trilogy did not exist and needed to be written and Christiana Hale wrote it. And here's the good news, I actually read the whole book, which I rarely get to do. And it is a wonderful guide to see if Lewis is random. I'm just so grateful to you, Christiana for writing this book because as you said before, nothing like it existed, and people are intimidated by the world of Lewis's ransom trilogy because it seems deep and intimidating and stuff. It's really not. Because it works on so many levels. But your book serves as a just a wonderful introduction. So we were just talking about, so the first book is a trip to Mars, the second book is a trip to Venus, the third book is called that hideous strength, which is a really bizarre book that kind of almost stands on its own. But let's just kind of keep going with the plot, the overview of these three books. So the first book, this guy ran some, he doesn't know what he's getting into, right? Like he's a guy that's just kind of on a walking tour and he kind of stumbles on this dark situation with these people, he's nefarious scientists wanting to kidnap this boy and take him to Mars to sacrifice him. And so he sort of intervenes. And so he inadvertently finds himself going to Mars. Yes, that was right. In the first book. And then if we're moving on to the second book, in the second book, it's less accidental. It's more on purpose. And what's fascinating to me is that the whole reason the second book happens, though, is because of the first book. And this is Louis's genius, is that this first book was a total accident, ransom just stumbled, stumbled into this situation, because of this kidnapping because he was taken to Mars. The important thing that happens is that ransom was a philologist, meaning he studied languages, and being taken Mars, he was fascinated by the fact that these creatures are speaking a different language.
"hale" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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"hale" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"By Jimbo and by Nick Saban about each other. But not many specifics were given by either for all of your research and reporting and everybody you've talked to. Have you been able to find any specifics from either side that backup with these coaches have accused the others of? I mean, this is part of the problem, right? The whole point, the game is to avoid specifics. The more nebulous, the more secondhand you make everything, the safer it is to if not walk right up to the line, maybe sprint right across it. That's how the game is played. And so Jim O Fisher can sit there and be adamant and say, none of my guys got anything and also say, I don't know anything about it. That's not my job. I mean, there's clearly stuff going on behind the scenes. And a lot of this comes down to don't ask, don't tell a little bit of like, hey, I don't want to know what you're giving a guy and what you're giving it to him for. Just I'm happy to see that this guy's here. You don't tell me. I won't tell you. I always used to laugh and Jimbo was particularly adept at doing this that they show up for like a Monday press conference and you'd ask about an injury thing and he'd say, well, I haven't talked to the doctors yet. And that was because he purposely scheduled his doctors beating to be after the media meeting. So he didn't have to answer that question. That's kind of how all of this works. Which is brilliant work by him. Hey, I won't pitch you in on the worst because I don't want you to mention to blow up. Do you have a favorite SEC tradition from all of those stadiums you've been in? Oh my gosh, there's so many great ones. I've been to a lot of awesome fun events. I mean, war eagle at auburn is awesome. And especially like, there was the one time that the war eagle just kind of like flew away and went and I was hanging out and like the upper deck. That was my favorite. One of my favorite things of all time is too. I used to cover Georgia and when they show the video before the game like the Georgia highlights and Larry Munson's voice over it and every time when I go goes up to bite the auburn player on that highlight and the whole crowd before the game is even started like roars its approval for it. Like there's just a little things that are so perfect about. And so encapsulating of what being an SEC fan is all about. And I'm sure I could probably come up with like a dozen for almost every school. Follow him on Twitter at David Hale joint, David, I tell you all the time, man. Super fan of your work because you make us all smarter. Thanks for hanging out with me. My pleasure. Thanks for having me. That's great work by him. And really smart stuff on name image likeness, a complicated issue. It's not as complicated to get you guys to figure out your favorite and least favorite traditions, a bunch you want to hang on, want to tell me, so I'll let you guys get in next on the show. We'll take your thoughts on all things, favorite and least favorite SEC traditions coming up next, Paul fine bombshell, Jason Fitz, filling in for Paul..
"hale" Discussed on Doughboys
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"hale" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"To March 7 weeks after the CFP ended. We're ready for some March Madness and a lot of that already happening across the land. We'll talk about some basketball later in our program. We have a lot else to do, some guests from phone calls, let's start with some headlines right now. And get you updated on what was the biggest story yesterday, art brows still some reverberations going on, breaking news. Art briles is still out of work. And that is good news for everyone who is in work. It happened as we were heading out of here last night, controversy raining about our brows. We had a guest Richard Johnson said Eddie Robinson would be turning over in his grave no longer because something finally happened at our brows said, you know what? I'm outta here. For those who are technically employed, big season for a few venables, Lincoln rally, some commonality there. We'll get into it as we progress throughout the program. David hill, joining us shortly. And who's next? Brandon Marcello with a peace on some obvious choices. A and M seems to be the one that most people think we ask that question on Twitter a few minutes ago. Appalachian state, yeah, we know that. Most win without a CFP, Boise, Brian harsen old school. Wisconsin never seemed to get in Oklahoma state. State, I mean, down on the one yard line this year, Memphis, not happening, Iowa. How about Penn State? Shouldn't they have made a run already under their $10 million a year lifetime coach, James Franklin? No. Nope. Okay. Right. He says no. His rocky top the next contender? They won. They won 8 games last year. I know the officially 7, but you remember, we officially recognized that last game as a win here at the fine bomb show. And we will until this moment on. And the dogs at the combine, the combine's going on. I've read some articles. This might be the least important combine. For some reason, the relevance of the combine has gone down. The top player in the draft Evan Neal, I'm out of there. I'm not going to do the workouts. George has the most players Alabama next. LSU. A and M all miss. You need good players to have them in the combine. We will take your phone calls here at 8 5 5 T four two 7 two 8 5. We also have some guests coming along. David Hale, hail David. Did I just say a curse word? No, I was just repeating his last name. Sepp, straka, George, your golfer, one over the weekend in Palm Beach. Marcello. The shooter will shoot us right off the air. And your phone calls at 855-242-7285 James starts it off in Tennessee. Hello, Jane. Hey, Paul. You're looking real sharp today. Hope you're doing well. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. I wanted to give a shout out to Gary Blair. We're going to miss him and women's coaching, he was a staple for years. Of course, I'm a tendency fan, but I always thought he was a real good coach. And I always like to watch him coach. And we're going to miss him. You know, Jane, I'm glad you said that. Coach the other night. And I think he's one of the great people to ever be in the SEC and I am especially sad to see him leave the game. Oh, yeah. He's a wonderful person to ask leaning coach in the past. My wife and I used to go to some of the Tennessee gains women's gains when we had a chance, but he certainly going to be missed. Well, he had a great career. Coach into his mid 70s and I'm really glad to see them name that court after him the other night. Let's continue. With more of your phone calls at 855-242-7285 Mac is up next in Baltimore. Hello Mac. Hey, Paul, how are you doing? Very well. Happy to hear it. I just wanted to give you a call today. I called in last week and was talking about possibility of SEC basketball coaches leaving and you brought up the counterpoint about the even more interesting part of SEC coaches being fired. So that's why I wanted to call in today and just kind of talk a little bit more about what those coaches would be. But before I jump in given its teaser Tuesday, I wanted to help the listeners win some money today if they are in the state which allows it. So just today, Providence is 9 and a half point underdogs that seems like a little much. If you like the friars all for it, just a few other teams that own the spread look good tonight. Duke against Pitt, love the Devils. Tennessee, George is not that good. Tennessee is going to roll through them. Like I said, province Arizona at home after that. I mean, on the road, but still after the loss, Purdue on the road against Wisconsin don't think Wisconsin has the size to deal with Purdue. And then Michigan state over Michigan, Michigan, the mess with their coaches assault and other coaches. But back to picks for the night here on this Tuesday. Okay. Matthew, you have your own betting service, what's going on here? Anything to help the poll find on listeners. That's what I'm trying to do. There's no service, free of charge. We get what they want, but also sports gambling. We don't have anything against it, but we're not allowed to promote it here on the program. But if you're welcome to call in with your picks every Tuesday. Alison, I appreciate that. So I'll be sure to even keep track just in case if you listen to the one even tail me, not that we're condoning gambling. But back to the to the coaches leaving. So I'm just a few off the top of that Tom crean's got to go, but anybody who thought Georgia was going to, he was going to succeed at Georgia, must have not watched his Indiana basketball teams. Kwanzaa Martin's public got to go, but what has Missouri done in a few years? I think buzzwords got to say, I'm really surprised by konjo Martin. When he got the job, I thought he was camp miss. He had done a really good job at Tennessee and elsewhere, didn't work. And you're right. I read one of the accounts of I think it was Dave mad in the St. Louis paper, talking about his seat is.
"hale" Discussed on About Last Night
"You not like to do I would say. I not like to do I think it's funny. Because i say i say it's funny. I said ministry what i did. I don't know if i could be a A therapist to just Because therapists would appreciate about them. Is they Well i don't know. I think i maybe do that Oh i know what. I what i can i worked with. This organization called jam that works with the fight human trafficking and there are people that go out internationally to find these people trapped in trafficking and then pull him out. I cannot do that. No i could. I love to support them. I love to be a voice for them. But i couldn't do it because i would. It would it. I think that it's such a gifting to be able to compartmentalize in separate and it's such a gift and i think it would. I don't know if i can do that. Yeah i mean therapies. I feel like is similar to that where you're to compartmentalize and take on other stuff. Did not bring it home or keep thinking about it. But i mean ministry you do kind of but they're getting about Their their journey with god. I enjoyed i dunno. I think maybe that could be a therapist. But i definitely know like a missionary or like a social worker. That does the traffic. Now finally tony hale if heaven exists. What would you like to hear. God save when you arrive in birla negates on i i would say I mainly i just look forward to that. Hug with god and then him saying well done. Thank you. Nice not What if you if you went. I can't wait to judge you. I can't wait to judge. That was a good button. Adam thank you you really. That was a good full circle moment. It really was actually thank you That was a really good one. This was a great. This was a great day. Now 'cause good time how. What were you thinking about coming to this. Because you've done this once before my old apartment would bradley. So he's now it's just me and he's not you brad. He's under the table. I can make that joke. He makes a joke No he's a on the role of the time and a dad. He's a new debt so he he was like i want to be five hundred apps and he was like ten years and he was like man. I'm done. I was like all good. Gay coming here. I was looking forward to it because we have already have a friendships. And i do. I think the older i get. It's i enjoyed the conversation over the just bits Me to your no joke even getting to be Chums with you. And this is what i love about. This too is like the The ability for to like. I don't know boost your room. I just start crying. You're a great A now so perfect. your. I don't know like i now if i texted you something. That wasn't so like with you know like a week from now there wouldn't be as weird as it. Maybe would've been prior to this. Is that makes sense. Totally i i love and also know if anything's ever going down text me yeah because He so sweet fiancee. Where i mean we're just like walking loved it and again she likes the look too much. I wear picture you will learn. And she She I was like i'm gonna fuck it. Hit him up right now and And got and. I was like so excited but then also like yeah like what but also just you just don't know because we don't have had consistent dialogue like that but i also thinking this business and life in general i think independence is really praised. Oh they're independent independent. I think healthy. Dependence is not praised enough where we need each other we need to do. We need to be ears for each other as just it's necessary. Yeah you know. We're we're not meant to do this alone. One thousand percent you fucking you got a. I mean. Look the wedding thing israel. It's taped tests. I'm serious you'll probably be filming something some fucking movie or show. Non hollywood stable cut cut to five years or just not working. That was the day i stopped. We're actually can. I take that best job in sag after the only party into your tony hale on twitter and instagram. Own mr. Tony mr tony. L. it's the myst- mystery adam. R- comedy thank you so much Archibald next big thing is oliver peacock watch it. Oh nine days. We didn't even get into a beautiful movie. It's it's in the queue but i've It's i think i think it's going to be released on. Yes some. it'll be next week so this'll be a good push work because it was in theaters might still be in theaters. But then it'll go go somewhere else. When it comes in front of you go because it's beautiful gracie beautiful Beautiful and then mysterious benedict society and also see adam ray wherever he comes to your town. If you can't if you can make it if you can make it why not. We gotta bring you out to a show sometime soon. Maybe i'd love that. You wouldn't come up on stage ever would you If to perform no to do a bit. I do a bit awesome. Yeah i told you a bit really. Yeah awesome chow. I don't know how to close it. Was that could have been trying to close giles perfect..
"hale" Discussed on About Last Night
"That but our is just wide looking at each other like that and she's very got. A great sense of humor is one of the best things about her And that's the only good thing about her and she She's a joke. She is she loves you. She loves me She always more and it's mission accomplished but We go out when people get that joke or they'd be like how many people will go. That was weird and we have to go. What are those a picture we saw. Can we see that i. I don't have you enjoyed winning. You know what i'm saying. I want to be silly. But there's i know. Well i will say when it comes to flowers. Were struggling to find someone. Okay is this where you pitcher floors business. Well i'm so glad you a flowers by tony. I well visiting flou- florus are extremely gifted. But if you're tied on a budget you know because we were you know ways could be expensive. I think you get if somebody if there is a friend of yours who is gifted in the in in flowers. Yeah like nowadays floor. I would think floor arrangements. Don't have to be well. No florist across. The country are going to murder me for us but at times. It's just like there's a bouquet of them and it's a single flower with somebody who had been in somebody who is gifted in that maybe wants to give you that they could. There's like the all the flower markets because there was a lot of simplicity flowers. Yes anyways no not that it's not it is a gift and people are very but it can be very expensive. Where do you find the things to cut corners like what what did you and your wife like. Make a priority for photography. Gotcha yeah that's what. I kind of went. Almost i think we got somebody. But i was always like to get like me. We'll get somebody else like another team. But that's the thing that i mean. Granted obviously everything is important. But that's like that's where the memory sir you hear about those situations where the photography something didn't work out. My sisters who so joy mcintyre from newbies on the block is a buddy of ours from the heat He i got him to come up to sing my sister's wedding. Yeah the photographer or videographer god. Like ten seconds of it. Oh and so. And then she gave my sister a big zip drive being like there's a bunch of stuff on there. If you want to cut some up yourself. Anyway she forgot he actually forgot to push a record. Or i'll get her whole thing was like snippets so she's like. Oh you just to make the highlight videos like no no no no. You're supposed to just kind of anyway. So that's one thing. I wanna make sure to get. Covered is somebody that captures a lot of it. But not all the you don't need a lot of you don't need five hours of the getting ready stuff. Do you I don't think so. But as somebody who you know the power of radio and film and tv and all that kind of stuff. You don't want to have to worry about it right. You know like you don't want to sound we've got anything you want people to be here you. Yeah and have really good footage. Yeah d- do you ever go back and watch your video. No but i. I do look at the photo album a lot you do. Yes you more of a photo video guy. Yeah for for my wedding. Yeah yeah. I mean but also we didn't even have back. This was because we've been married eighteen years. Thank you but it was like video. I wasn't like you know house now. The really produced. That wasn't a really big thing back. There was mainly really good. Yes eighteen years ago that was about two thousand and three thousand three don with the math. Usually i'll be honest terrible. That was like oh gimme. That was a lob like that was a simple. I could do that but if it was like. If i'd take behind the two thousands and get into the nineties been over lost. What was your best subject in high school. Take me back kind of a student where you i didn't say it was an interview. No you are. This is why. I love podcasting. I like i like i always make it back though. And you are a. And i'll say this but i'll give you the greatest that you don't have to make it back. Thank you you can just enjoy the ride. Do enjoy good tangent. Oh yeah that's on my mind. Thanks me too. And i apologize for a lot but then people don't really need you'd apologize. They can enjoy tangents. i think. Quick tangent from the student thing. And i'm gonna get back to answer. You don't have to get back to it okay. I how much. Because i know in most shows and films that you've done now it's probably not expected but anticipated you're bringing a insane comedy chops. But here's a tiers attention. I feel like a squeaky dog toy next. And you speak why your voice is so resonant and desire and mine just sounds literally like something you buy at a pet store. Who again are you trying to pitch a pet store with tony hale dog toy such as listening to voice going. I don't even wanna speak. Go ahead dude. He sorry academy award winner. Coney hale that's right that's right dude. No go ahead so much of this note. But then i would to ask when you're getting hired for stuff now and by the way so many things even the last two years but even prior to that work city the mayor work city. How much when you come in our people like Because i'm finding this now in just the last couple years with a few things that like. Hey we like we tell you improvise and that also maybe or if they even have seen something else they hire. They know the comedy part. So they want that How much is that happening is not where they're like we're going to do what scripted but always bring tha whatever tony hale has bring it when we or yeah. I think it makes sense. Yeah it does make sense. Because i mean you hear a lot that statement make it your own your own and it's like all right just feel it feels lazy but you just don't know what to do with that do you want me to i. Sometimes that means so. I think i if i'm answer your question correctly. They kind of. It's like they give me a coloring book in colored in a way that fits what i'm bringing to the table. Gotcha so it's just to kind of add. And if they like those colors than great and if they don't then i don't get the part right do you Like auditioning do. Yeah i do. I used to be get really nervous. And then I realized that. That's the only time that i can do something completely that i want to do with that material Because once you know. If i don't get if i don't get it then i'll never do that and if i do get it's going to be the director's vision of whatever that materialised so that's the only space. I have to make it what i wanna do. Great way to look at it. When did that shift happened. I don't know but i started to. I started to kind of look at it a little more as like a playground. Rather than as a this kind of things brought a of i used to and i still do to an extent but he used to bring a lot of anxiety to the table and then it's just like all right. Well let's just kind of look at it as like a playtime. Yeah and that's a way to calm the nerves ford and then also if i this is going to be. I'm going to have fun with this. And make this guy take on it and if they did it cool than i know that i'm onto something if not then that was. Yeah and you can. I mean one thing. I also appreciate as like i used to say there was a character and i had an idea of what i think that character was going to be and i would just be playing and i like friends at say. It's like an like ahead of company. Right so i have an idea of what i think ahead of company. Looks like if. I'm just playing idea of what i think ahead of a company. Looks like they're so many other people that can play that idea better or whatever than i can. But if i bring out those characteristics of that character meaning leadership he's motivational He knows how to whatever. Whatever if i bring that out of myself. Like how i motivate. People how i encourage people how i lead meetings if i if i how tony hale will do that then. I realized nobody else can do that. So i might not get the part but that i put out in the table something that nobody else can. Cause i brought out of myself rather than like an idea. What characteristics does that make sense thousand percent. Yeah hey guys atom ray here for the about last night podcast. Hope you're enjoying the episode. Guess what there's big news from my favorite home security company nope. It's not my dog pickles. It's simply safe. They just launched their new wireless outdoor security camera. That's right simply safe this system that. Us news and will report names best home security system of twenty.
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"hale" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"We are broadcasting live steps from the industrial ravage canal in the heartland of america downtown brooklyn usa on the program. Today john hale author of the choice we face the origins of school choice and the demise of public education meanwhile divisions between house democrats deepen in the infrastructure fight as a group of centrist democrats threaten to blow the whole thing up. Yesterday's budget process ended without resolution. More on that in the bit after the fda granted visors corona virus vaccine full approval the military nyc school system and more of announced vaccine mandates. And more will follow ans biden publicly urges more employers and businesses require the shots. The era of andrew cuomo has officially ended. The embattled former governor feels good to say resigned yesterday meeting some sentences on his way out and kathy hokuto was sworn in at midnight. He's the first female governor of new york state in afghanistan. The taliban announced that they will no longer allow afghans to go to the airport to evacuate the country as us troops are set up to assist with evacuation efforts. So be a clash there. Extreme heat is hitting a huge swath of this country causing drought in the dakotas nebraska iowa minnesota and more pausing near record lows in soil moisture and lassen haiti the earthquakes. Death toll has passed. Twenty two hundred with tens of thousands left homeless and children without food or medical care. All this and more on today's program welcome to the show. Ladies and gentlemen osama's out. This week i will be with you today as the reminder. If you're just tuning in now we have a great show for you. I'm excited to talk to john. Hale a bit about the concept of school choice because for some reason education policy doesn't get the attention probably should in this country and i think a lot of that stems from this inherent desire by parents. Personalise individualize their own child's education. How much that's been a part of the way we view education but a lot of that's by design and and the collective nature of it is is sapped by the school choice initiatives and so. I'm excited to talk a bit more about that. But before we get into that. Let's talk about this infrastructure fight and this gang of center right democrats who are holding it up representative josh. Scott heimer is leading this gang of of right wing democrats. They call themselves again of squares. The gang of nerds they call themselves the mod squad. I'm not getting and it's really an attempt to tank. Joe biden's agenda imagine for a second progressives. We're the ones doing this. What the kind of uproar would-be but basically what it boils down to is that god heimer and this other group are eight other Centrist they want to pass. Just the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill the one that passed the senate with out the democrats only reconciliation package the one that includes all the stuff that democrats want a priority prioritize childcare child tax credit extension climate provision the expansion of medicare to include dental hearing and vision and this was agreed upon by democratic leadership in the in the pursuit of this legislation so it was always going to be a dual track and they were always going to be tied together and this has been known for months and months and months and this was a way to get progressives on board too because afc and jamal bowman in the house for example sanders in the senate who was instrumental in creating the framework for this legislation. Like they were not gonna vote for. Just the bipartisan reconciliation. Bill and so. This was a a mutually assured destruction situation now democratic leadership and the white house. They were all on board and still are on board for this dual track strategy. That they'll be passed together again. This was known all along. They'll pass together or not at all and yet. Josh got heimer of new jersey who represents a very wealthy suburb of the city. Tom swazis another person on board with. This represents a wealthy suburb of the city as well in new york on long island. Their pet project is the salt deduction which we'll get into in a second but they're basically making a demand that this salt deduction which helps wealthy suburbs of the city and wealthy people in it that that needs to be addressed and they're holding the entire reconciliation package hostage. Its purpose so the duck. It's it's a tax cut right. But you know we've got a frame. It in certain ways to protect certain people so pelosi and democratic leadership are actually understandably quite frustrated by this. There's a bit of a stalemate between the god heimer gang and what and democratic leadership. Because this is what we've known for. Many many months was going to be the path forward. And they're it's it's odd to say he's on the right side of something but she is in this instance the standoff continues to be going on to Through today because the negotiations on the budget framework for the reconciliation package went deep into the night and got heimer did not budge so this is a very long prelude to show you this clip of god heimer on cnbc. Being asked about his decision to hold up this entire process for maintaining a tax benefit for rich people in blue states to the the final salt compromise. Look like for you and your and your colleagues swazi and the other guys that think it's really important to chain so that is just would you accept the higher cap. Is that what it's going to be my position on. That is remains on changed with talk about here before full of full. Reinstatement state tax deduction. There's no reason why we should be paying taxes twice and this is a middle class issue here in northern new jersey and when we've talked about in bergen county the median property taxes over fifteen thousand dollars. So you know. People's taxes went up twenty seventeen when they got it salt. Now it's time to reinstate get people actually tax relief back here and give them tax cuts back here actually. We're talking about a teacher and a firefighter. Who really you're not on this gets done and can benefit from it. So that's my fight on that on the reconciliation package or we're going to focus on it and we'll get that done to. Oh you don't you all constantly say you know like higher taxes in general on anything and that trillion boondoggle. You're going to be voting for taxes out the wazoo joshua and well we haven't actually seen. Let's look at the total impact on. I'm going to focus on one thing. The total impact on my gun kelly on. I'm making sure that kelly is okay. There's some i think looking at the legislation written. There's no bill yet. The bills britain will look at it. I gotta drive dry. Salt is is a problem. You can't be four salt but now you know you're helping the wealthy. I'm sorry there are a few teachers in town..
Taliban Warns of ‘Consequences’ If U.S. Delays Withdrawal
"A spokesman says the deadline of August thirty one full international troops to leave Afghanistan he's a red line the Taliban cannot accept no extension would be allowed Taliban spokesman said Hale Shaheen speaking in an interview with you okay bro Costa Scott says if the U. S. extends that means of extending occupation I'm the group would respond he didn't say how though if they occur are intent on continuing the occupation so it will provoke a reaction Cecchin adds any extension would to create mistrust between the Taliban and the U. S. he also denied Afghans were attempting to flee the country due to fear of the Taliban I'm Charles de Ledesma
Sarah Josepha Hale Made Thanksgiving a Holiday and Wrote 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'
"Talking to melanie kirkpatrick. Who has written a book called lady editor about eat tremendously influential but mostly forgotten. Sarah josefa hail. She lived to be ninety. You said melanie so. She had a long period of influences. She most famous for bringing thanksgiving into the the cultural center. Yes i think. That's exactly right but but she is also famous for writing mary little. Mary had a little lap surprise to me. When i learned that. I thought mother go sit written but sarah haley retina. I mean that's amazing. She wrote. Mary had a little lamb. The that we all think of it as something that was in In mother goose. Which g wrote this did she. Then whited she writer. She wrote in eighteen thirty and the sweat lot of children's books and she was briefed. Chief for a couple of years was editor of a juvenile miscellany which was a popular children's magazine period and Nobody remembers this anymore but mary had that we just remember the i i of. Mary had a little lamb. But the third verse had a moral in it and hit. Mrs hale believed that her children's works should carry morals and the moral of mary had a little lamb is to be kind to animals so moody not moving on to school one day. It was against the rules. It may the children laugh and play. Say the see a lamb at school limits. School
Author Melanie Kirkpatrick Describes Sarah Josepha Hale, the Original 'Lady Editor'
"Woman as you said she was a major figure in the nineteenth century gigantic. Name but virtually forgotten really. I mean whoever talks about. Sarah jesse hail so just tell us about her generally speaking more about her life because she is a hugely influential figure. I imagine how influential she watched. I think she's one of the most influential women if not the most intellectual in our history on she was. She grew up in a little town in new hampshire. She was born in seventeen eighty eight. She was really a a woman of the eighteenth century and when her husband died she was in her thirties with four children by the oldest for seven and a fifth on the way she had to figure out a way to support herself. She liked to write her husband had told her she was good at it. So she got the masons the freemasons her husband had been a freemason and she started to write and the freemasons published her first book. A book of poetry then wrote a novel an anti slavery novel decades before uncle. Toms cabin and that caught the attention to detail and it caught the attention of an episcopal priest in a boston. Who was starting a a magazine for women and he invited her to come. There called the lady's magazine and be the first editor she did and she turned it into a big success. So much. so that louis goaty a publishing magnets in philadelphia decided he wanted her is editor of this book. Called his magazine called the ladies book and she wanted to stay in boston where her oldest son was in college and harvard. But so what domestic odi do. He bought her magazine so that he could get her and a. That was the beginning of uniform partnership that lasted until the I think it was eighteen. Seventy seven so for fifty years. She until she was almost ninety hale. Was this a towering figure in american
Feeling the Burnout With Host Jasmine Clark
"You're a scientist a legislator and a mom of teenagers. I have to imagine you are feeling a little over it with everything that's been going on. What's your burn out level. So i don't even know if there's like a maximum burn out level but whatever that is i'm probably passed it you know it's just I have a lot going on. And you know. I actually did a forum. Yesterday i was teaching a class. Two potential candidates women who want to run for office and Right as we're wrapping up the class and people are asking questions. And i thought it didn't have any questions left so in raises their hand and they go. How do you do it. How do you balance everything that you're doing. And it's the one question that i dread especially as i am speaking to people who are potentially thinking of going into office because it's the one question where a lot of times like I don't know i don't have an answer. I have an answer for a lot of things. If you ask me. You know about corona virus. I can probably answer that for you. If you ask me about certain policies. I can answer that for you but when you ask me. How do i manage to balance all of the things that i have going on into in my life. Right now The answer is i. i genuinely don't know. I just feel like i'm kinda. Just do it on autopilot. I use some type of internal triage system that prioritizes things in a day so that everything gets done but it has to get done in a priority order so yeah i have a lot on my plate and but but i think that every single thing that i do is worth it you know i have to keep going to keep fighting but i can definitely feel the burn out sunday's more than others But it's it's definitely there.
Activision Blizzard Shareholders Are Angry
"Investment group s. o. c. says that activision blizzard's recent promises to improve. His culture. Do not go nearly far enough to address the deep and widespread issues with equity inclusion and human capital management. End quote that the company is facing of. If you never read a axios meghan. Stephen are doing great work over there. And i love the way they break stuff down so this is just reading straight from their site. Y'all go check it out. But what i like. Is they go why it matters in to being an activision blizzard shareholder soc advocates for ethical business practices and is outspoken on topics like pay gaps between executives and workers a letter from associate executive director. I ways. Egger shared exclusively with axios reads. No changes have been announced or proposed that would in any way alter the current process for filing for feeling vaccine vacancies either To the board of directors or senior management. No changes have been announced with respect to executive pay either with respect to climb back compensation from executives who are found to have engaged in or enable abusive practices or to align executives with equity goals kotik articulated of course talking about Ceo bobby coda Still going on from the the letter here. From dealer the announced review by a wilmer hale was that thing. They're bringing in to do this. And they're also the law firm that's squashing unions on all issues Wilmer hale is deficient in a number of ways. This firm has a sterling reputation as a defender of the wealthy and connected but it has no track record of uncovering wrongdoing. The lead investigator does not have in-depth experience investigating workplace harassment and abuse in the scope of the investigation fails to address the full range of equity. Issues mr cody. Acknowledges quote
"hale" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Leaks not a single person. They just get to make that argument and go out of their way to ensure that someone who did the right thing especially in this case is put away in prison. He didn't get nine years but he got almost four years in prison I do on also read a quick Statement from him. This is from daniel hale. July twenty seven. Twenty twenty one. This is what he said in court. I think it's a powerful statement. I'm here because i stole something. That was never mind to take precious human life for that. I was compensated and given a medal. I couldn't keep living in a world Living in a world in which people pretended that things weren't happening that were please your honor. Forgive me for taking papers instead of human lives. The incentives are in the wrong place. Valuing human lives over the feelings of generals and military men in the pentagon or our own politicians. It's not good. You don't really get many incentives doing that. You get punished for that. And we keep seeing that happen. Over and over. Again with whistleblowers edward snowden uncovered and informed the american people about the government indiscriminately spying on us. He can't come back to the united states. He is considered an enemy of this country for telling us that our rights. Our privacy rights were being violated by the federal government. The american people can't hold the government accountable unless they're fully informed about what the government is up to. I get that the government doesn't want embarrassed. I get that. They don't want any accountability in regard to the murder. The slaughter of innocent civilians abroad. But if we're to live in a real democracy we need to be informed about what our government is doing. And heroes like daniel hale put everything on the line to let us know what's really going on and for that all i can do is thank him but at the same time feel incredibly embarrassed that the biden administration pushed for him to be in prison for what he did. He doesn't deserve time in prison. He deserves to be a free man period. We gotta take a break When we come back we have more news for you guys Including the later charlie. Kirk has some thoughts on simone biles. I have some thoughts about him. So we'll we'll talk about what he thinks. and joe manchin happens to be incredibly corrupt. But the media's ignoring that were not ignore that here. We're going to connect the dots. In regard to the infrastructure bill and parse out was really going on. So come.
Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Exeter man has been sentenced to forty five months in prison for leaking drone information a former Air Force intelligence analyst and later defense contractor was sentenced to forty five months in prison Tuesday for leaking a dozen secret and top secret documents on U. S. drone strikes to a reporter in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen thirty three year old Daniel Hale accepted responsibility for his actions but he told a federal judge he felt compelled to leak the information out of guilt over his own participation in the program that he believed indiscriminately killed civilians in Afghanistan prosecutors said documents leaked by Hale were founded in internet compilation of material designed to help Islamic state fighters avoid detection court papers did not specify the recipient of the leaked information but details about the case made it clear the documents were given to Jeremy Scahill a reporter at the intercept might cross CO Washington
Twitter Launches Twitter Blue!
"Twitter took the wrapping off its subscription service twitter blue this morning but only if you're in canada and australia for now pricing is three dollars. Forty nine cents per month. Canadian and four dollars and forty nine cents a month australian which suggests i think what a two dollars ninety nine cents a month price point for when it comes to the us although twitter did not say today when that might actually happen quoting cnbc. Twitter blue users will an undue tweet feature that allows them to set customizable timer of up to thirty seconds to take back a tweet if it needs to be fixed. The feature is not quite an edit button often requested by users but it will allow subscribers to preview what their tweets look like an adjust them before they're published other features include bookmark folders so users can organize tweets. They save a reader mode. That makes it easier to read. Long threads the option to customize the twitter by cons on their phones access to color themes for the twitter app and dedicated customer support and quote more details on those particulars from sarah peres in tech crunch. The bookmark folders option is designed to help. Twitter users organizers saved content collected through twitter's bookmarks feature introduced in early eighteen twitter's bookmarks give users a private way to save tweets for later reference. This is useful for those who want to read long form content at a later time or for those who want to save tweets without alerting others to that fact for example if the tweets being saved. Aren't those they would normally it. The heart icon. Perhaps because the user disagrees with the sentiment being expressed the bookmarks button. Lets them save the tweet. more privately. The folders feature will let users create sub folders for their bookmarks which are also color coded for easy at a glance access. And there's an ad bookmark button on the screen. So you can add a tweet. To the collection. From the bookmark section directly the new reader mode feature meanwhile may not be exactly what some users were expecting ahead of twitter blues launch twitter acquired. Scroll a distraction. Free reading service. That cleans up news articles by removing ads and other clutter for a better reading experience squirrels. Ceo tony hale then tweeted that the products features would be integrated into twitter subscription quote later in the year but twitter tells us that reader mode isn't correllated to any of the company's recent acquisitions including scroll and instead was built separately for the twitter blue offering for the time being at least reader mode is focused on making it easier to read through longer twitter threads basically an alternative to something like the third party app thread reader app. When you go into the tweet detailed view where it shows you. The full twitter thread twitter blue subscribers. We'll see a button. Which lets you change the screen. To show you long-form tax you can exit reader mode to see the threat as usual s for scroll twitter says the better reading experiences it brings to the platform will be incorporated into twitter blue later on. Finally there's twitter blues flagship feature undo tweet while not the edit button users really want it will allow you to quickly on send a tweet when you spot a typo other kind of mistake like forgetting to tag someone. For instance and quote.
Judge Dismisses NRA Bankruptcy Case in Blow to Gun Group
"A Texas judge has dismissed a bankruptcy filing by the national rifle association disrupting the group's plans to relocate to Texas federal judge Harlon hill says he's dismissing the NRA's bankruptcy case after eleven days of testimony because he believes it was not filed in good faith judge Hale writes it appears the bankruptcy was filed to gain an unfair advantage in litigation or to avoid a regulatory scheme the ruling leaves the NRA registered in New York facing a lawsuit from the state Attorney General which alleges financial abuses by its top leaders with the goal of putting the NRA out of business the group's embattled top executive Wayne lapierre says he's disappointed by the ruling but vows to continue fighting for gun owners rights I'm Jackie Quinn
Metro Atlanta is under a level 2 risk of severe storms today
"Does exist across much of north Georgia as we go through the day, damaging wind gusts and Hale will be our main threats, along with heavy rainfall on that heavy rainfall could lead to some areas of flooding channel Choose Tony Thomas on scene, says the the Red Red Cross Cross distributing distributing supplies. supplies. There's There's something something we we noticed noticed as as we we drove drove in in here. here. You're You're talking talking about about the the Red Red Cross Cross Every Every couple couple of of blocks blocks ago ago in in the the disaster disaster zone. zone. There's There's just just tons tons of of water water and other soft drinks and other things, paper towels and cleaning supplies. Just sit Thing on the sidewalk for anybody who needs it to come by and grab some community and volunteers definitely stepping up here as the cleanup continues here on day three WSB Cheryl
Beloved Houston Chronicle columnist Leon Hale dies
"Chronicle. 99 year old Leon Hale has passed away one of the most beloved riders in Texas and and in in Houston. Houston. He He spent spent 65 65 years years writing writing about about Texas Texas and and newspaper newspaper columns columns and and books, books, he he wrote wrote for for both both the the Houston Houston Chronicle Chronicle and and the the Houston Houston Post. Ah, great storyteller and Houston in Texas was lucky to have him. This comes in the wake of the death of Larry McMurtry, also a very famous Texas author, who wrote Terms of Endearment. The last picture show and Lonesome Dove,
Whats In a Name, Image, and Likeness? Social Media and College Athletes
"David is sunday there. Games going on all around us. How is your bracket doing you know. I thought i was doing so badly. I didn't even check yesterday until this morning. And i looked. And i was in third place in my in my pool and i don't know how that happened. I can only assume that. Winning a war of attrition here is my is my assumption. David hale covers college sports from charlotte north carolina and his latest report on the future of athletes name image and likeness. Rules is on. Espn dot com yet. David you're the right person to talk to. You are ranked third in your group. I am currently looking at. Espn dot com right now. Ranked ten million two hundred twelve thousand six hundred and forty second to the country. Which is you know not great. Look you're a mere two hundred change thousand away from being in the top ten million and i think that's something to be quite proud of. I will settle for a goal like that after the weekend that i've had picking this bracket but david one of the stories. That's been so inextricable from the brackets has been your reporting college athletes and this whole universe of rules and regulations that are known as name image and likeness so alongside all these great games. That were watching. We've also been seeing this social media phenomenon. Basically was hashtag called not ncwa property. Can you tell us the meaning behind that. Yeah this is in some ways. The next generation of some of the conversations that we saw on social media over the summer last year about a social justice about we want to play. Athletes are really learning that they have leverage via social media. And what they're leveraging right now is the immense amount of attention that is on the ncaa tournament in women's to sell the message they want name image and likeness rights but what this essentially would allow is for players to profit off of their name image and likeness which means they could do an endorsement. They could do a tv commercial. They could be an influence or on social media and get paid for it. They could go to their hometown and host a basketball camp for youth in that area and make money from it. All of this should seem very reasonable because if you are a education major and you want to have a side business tutoring in college. You can do that if you are on a music scholarship and you want to piano concert and get paid for it. You can do that. But if you're a walk on not even on scholarship playing athletics at the aa level and you want to do anything to make money with your name. Image likeness using your skillset. You're out of luck. Currently
Lost in the Forests of Tennessee
"You go out in the woods today you are show off or a big surprise. I'm always one for spending time out in nature and enjoying the wilderness. But you always have to be a little bit careful of where you go when you get up to. And that's the theme of tonight's fantastic story. Nowhere near as gruesome as the one. I told you on monday just the same now. My dear friends. I think you know what time it is. It's hump day so please sit back and relax with your favorite drink is. It's time to listen to down here. In the south riding horses is still a fairly popular amongst many. There are many different types of writing. But i've always been keen to trail ride myself. Shell writing is just what it says. It is riding your horse through trails in the woods. Mountains hills and hollows as anyone from around here. Tennessee would tell you it gets hotter than the devils not sack especially during the summer months that is to say when summertime trail riding takes place at night often we wait until full to begin writing because the weather makes it easier but during the summer we ride these rights are always time and a half as usually just a small group of us get together we all gather at the edge of the woods find the trail head from that we set out together for a long night of trout writing through some of the south's last uncivilized land. This particular story and ride took place in august three years. My father and i met up with our friends. Jr and h apm at a place known to the locals as galley hill. It has this name because the trail head is behind the galley hill. Church of christ and cemetry. Yeah i know it sounds bad already but this has been the only trail to this ride for as long as i can remember and it's never cost any sort of problems so like i said we set off for a long night of horseriding and for everyone but me a long night of drinking. I never drank when we rode. Because i wasn't of age and i was our designated driver. I'm aware this all may sound very dangerous. So even strange. But i assure you it's not at least not to us gilly hale is full of well-traveled trails during the winter but during the summer people don't write as much. The trials grow up making it easy to get lost or at least turned around halsey smarter than most folk given credit follow. They have a tremendous sense of direction and can see well at night. The only problem with horses being able to see at night is that in all for them to maintain their vision. It needs to remain. This leaves you without anything to improve your own vision while you ride a thousand pound animal and the duck who the middle of a wooded. No the only exception to this one may use a dim light with a red bulb and redlands for whatever reason which. I'm sure someone hit and explain. These lights won't make your night blind weakland aside from that and the only light we have come from the glow sticks. Everyone ties to the front and back of their saddles. So we can keep up each other easily anyway back to that. All night house came and went with nothing out of the ordinary happening as we wrote and covered a lot of ground constantly putting more distance between us and the whole trailers. I guess. It was around midnight when i made the comment that i was hungry and brought food to cook implying. I wanted to stop for more than just a few minutes to build a fire and eat unsurprisingly. I was not the only hungary one because we immediately stopped him. Within a few minutes had fire roaring and hotdogs roasting when we stop period of time we would always tie horses to trees in a circle and gathering the middle to do our thing. This was done especially at night for more than one reason. I because everyone to relax a little as we could all keep an eye on the horses together and made sure they didn't run all this had happened before and it's nearly impossible to catch a wild in the woods at night. The second reason is because host is a very large animals have superb hearing by having them form circle around us. It served as a natural to any unwanted visitors. Viewing are not after all. We were in the middle of nowhere in the woods at night. The horses formed a circle and inside the circle. We all sat by our fire eating drinking. When carrying i suddenly had the urge to piss so i stood up and walked. Had a few yards to the other side of my horse to go.
Here's what the CDC says fully vaccinated people can do
"Safai here with npr health correspondent. Alison aubrey hale. Said they agreed to be here mattie. So you're here because there was a press briefing by the white house. Covid nineteen response team on monday with some long awaited guidance. A morning. and thank you. I'm glad to be back with you today. Let's get started that. Cdc director rochelle walinsky and she said after weeks of steady decline new coronavirus cases. There's been a leveling of that decline the country's averaging about sixty thousand new cases a day. Yeah i mean it's not great caseload wise. We are pretty much where we were right. Before the winter surge and the most recent seven day average deaths is slightly lower than two thousand deaths per day. So that's pretty troubling but we'll landscape also said she was hopeful and she pointed to the approximately thirty one million people. That's about twelve percent of us adults who are fully vaccinated and is more americans vaccinated a growing body of evidence. Now tells us that there are some activities that fully vaccinated people can resume at low risk to themselves and mattie she went on to detail new cdc guidelines about what activities are considered safe for fully vaccinated people. Because everyone wants to get back to something. That looks kind of like normal or normal ish. I mean this is the news. People have been waiting for right. Vaccinated people can have a little more freedom to socialize but before we get ahead of ourselves. Alison let's make sure everyone knows what we mean. When we say believe excavated shirt so a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after getting the second dose of either the pfizer or a modern of vaccines because those required two shots or two weeks. After the single dose of the johnson and johnson vaccine because for that one. You only need that. Single dose to be fully vaccinated. That's right now. These new guidelines are not the final word. There's sort of a baby step towards a return to normal doctor will linski made clear during the briefing. The science of covid nineteen is complex and our understanding of the virus continues to rapidly evolve. The recommendations is today are just a first step so as more people get vaccinated the understanding will grow about what activities are safe to do and this guidance will be updated so today on the show we talk about the cdc's first set of public health recommendations for fully vaccinated people and why it's still important for all of us to remain vigilant. This shortwave the daily science podcast from npr ellison. I am very glad to have you here today. And we are going to go into the caveats and the guidance and we're going the sectors you know. I have to say this does feel like kind of a moment to celebrate that we are getting you know a little bit of freedom back The cdc guidance is relaxing about what vaccinated people can do So i just wanna start off being like this is pretty awesome You know what i mean. Yeah i agree. There's a sense of optimism. we all feel it. We look at these vaccination numbers taking up and thank you know. The new normal is right around the corner. But i just have to say hang on folks like there are still sixty thousand cases. The date musto dolts haven't been vaccinated yet. So there's a lot of vulnerable people out there and the pandemic is not yet in the rear view mirror. Absolutely absolutely so. Let's get into it. What does the new guidance say that fully vaccinated people can do the agency says that fully vaccinated people can gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks and without social distancing they can also gather unmasked with people from another household who are not vaccinated if everybody. There is at low risk of serious illness. So it's really a green light for scenarios of like grandparents who want to gather with their children or their grandchildren right. I mean this guidance gives the example fully vaccinated grandparents can visit indoors with their unvaccinated healthy family members. And that's without wearing masks. Or physical distancing provided of course that none of the unvaccinated family members are at high risk of severe covid nineteen. So let's break that down for a second alison sure who is considered high risk for severe covid. And who's considered low risk people. At high risk include older adults remember the vast majority of data people seventy five and older another high risk group pregnant individuals and people certain medical conditions those at lower risk include kids and healthy adults people who've had minimal exposure to other people bottomline risk goes up with age and the guidance from this week also says that the should be confined to one household. Right yeah right. They're very specific about this. And they give some scenarios The dividing line in your mind sort of be private spaces where you control. Who's around your home and public spaces. So at home if you are fully vaccinated and your friend or member fully vaccinated green light here to gather do at unmasked with knows distancing required alleluia. another scenario. my parents are vaccinated. Now they can come to my house even though we are not fully vaccinated and my ten year. Old daughter is too young to be vaccinated. We are considered low so vaccinated people can go visit unvaccinated people as long as everyone. There is considered low risk. Okay so that's all the good stuff. Let's talk about areas to be kind of cautious around sure. This is where there are some caution flags vaccinated people visiting unvaccinated people from people households at the same time. This is where the risks starts to sort of add up or accumulate so in this kind of situation. Everyone should wear a mask and visit outdoors of possible. Or if you are indoors make sure it's a well ventilated space and maintain physical distance when it comes to medium or large gatherings say baseball game a wedding. It's recommended that everyone including fully vaccinated people continue to avoid them. Yeah i mean. Let's talk about why we still need some of these precautions. Sure i mean officials say there's a growing body of evidence to show that people who are fully vaccinated are less likely to become infected and also potentially less likely to spread the virus to others. They use that word potential because the risk appears to be quite low but this is not completely nailed down yet. So as science evolves there will likely be more updated guidance and the guidance even talked about how in rare cases vaccinated people could get sick could have symptoms. Yeah i mean the risk is low but it's not zero mean the clinical trial showed. The vaccines are very very effective. They're not a hundred percent effective. And so the cdc says if fully vaccinated person has symptoms they should isolate and talk to a doctor and possibly get a test but they also say if fully vaccinated person has a known exposure. Say go to work and they later find out that a close contact was infected. They do not need to quarantine or get tested because they're infection risk is low though they should sort of monitor themselves for symptoms right so if a person who's vaccinated feeling sick they should isolate and talk to a doctor but if they get exposed to somebody who said that doesn't necessarily mean they need to you know go into quarantine. They just need to kind of monitor themselves. That's right
"hale" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"How's your weekend. It was good. Obviously we had halloween. We had a lot of fun doing that. We ended up killing the driveway firepit We hung bags of candy from the bushes and trees just Make sure respecting social distancing. Everybody was being pretty safe about it. We did walk up the street a little bit. But i for the most part we did a little scavenger hunt For our daughter so that was fun. And then i'd totally forgotten that that Watchdogs legion was coming out This past weekend or this past week it totally crept up on me. Luckily i have research plus or whatever their their services so i downloaded that i have been playing that i am really really enjoying that game Some was nice And that kind of will segue into our topic later on What about you though lukas. How's your weekend. My friend might weaken was good. I took a long weekend from work to finish a bunch of house projects that i was looking at finish so i'm glad they're all done. They're out of the way. I'm done for the rest of the year for house projects. That's it. I'm good but enough about us. We are super excited to introduce our guest this week. She is one of the most legendary voice actors in the business. You know her from series like mass effect overwatch. No more heroes metal gear solid n. A lot more jennifer hale is joining us today. Jennifer how are you. I am fantastic. I am so happy to be here. You guys it is. Delightful always good to connect with people. We are both super excited. I've been pump for this for a long time before we get into the interview. I just have to say. I was taken to an extra level of excitement because i read that. You voice trinity in the matrix path. Neil and the matrix is my favorite series of all time. So i'm just super to be talking to trinity my god thank you. That was the superfund project to do. I took completely deferred to carry. And i'm blanking on her last name. The wonderful carey carey and moss carrying like super differ to her for her her. Og on that. That i got to step in the shoes of you know. Let me let me kind of jump in and that angle specifically to that project when you are entering an established series like that what. How does it affect. How you approach it creatively. I mean there's a lot of precedent set there. So what how. How did you approach a project like that. That has that kind of base already laid. Yeah well the first thing the most important thing. I in anything like that as half to have the permission of the person who came before if they're still alive if they're not clearly i don't need their permission but I really need their blessing. I won't do it without that of had a couple of things where i've stepped into the shoes of One friend of mine particular. I called her first. And i was like i'm not doing this..
"hale" Discussed on Moving2Live
"The variety of people that I interview on moving to live. Who Talk about getting outside to move whether they run whether they kayak whether they they hike I know in my interview with our mutual friend? Sam Brassfield. He said that a lot of times times in his command jobs go out and run with his second in command and they'll basically solve the problems that they were worrying about the previous day. So I think one of the things that a lot of people recognize you. Think you've picked up on it. I picked up on it but a lot of people don't recognize is being outside. There's something about it that it has a positive effect no matter what the activity is that you're doing is you're you're moving having to live and it's it's so true The physical fitness acts aspect of your life isn't just a fit is a goal. We'll isn't just about his health. Have you think about it. There's a social aspect. I run with others Every everything in my life now is kind of a team sport even if it can be done solitary way. I have somebody to do it with a while. I got coordinate. Schedules on with other people tests get my own training done. That's that's a little thing. Compared to all the people get to interact with every time I go out and train in can also it can also be a solitary thing. where I I get on the treadmill I've got a fairly decent garage Jim and that's my man cave? That's my solitary time within. It's it's a mental thing because of course you're working. Your body of blood is bumping stinking time in your sharper person. I E when you're physically fit rather than sedentary it's a community activity. There are so home in the different benefits to getting out and being active is not just about your physical health but everything that's very well well said we're talking with Aaron Hale. He's telling us his story. You've given a really inspiring talk about the benefits of moving and how you continue to move after you lost dry site but then you kind of had another kick in the pants. I think you said four years after your eyesight you contracted meningitis lost. Your hearing was their thought period during that time. It's like okay. This is it. I can't do this again or was it kind of like okay. This is another hurdle that I have to jump over yes Just after advantage is I was. I was putting the hospital again Dan. It nearly killed me. My family really thought this'll there was this is going to be the But the dodgers I just pulled me through however either the meningitis or the The heavy heavy doses of antibiotics add. God what was left of the hearing that the blast hadn't taken an Outfitting the young the kitchen breakfast bar on the store just thinking why me what if those demons try to creep into my head and Home starting to feel sorry for myself trying to think thank you win is what does this soldier paid dues when one person had enough and it just really self-defeating attitude. I build that way and I began to think was actually a little embarrassing to catch myself thinking that After four years of speaking in front of crowds sitting in crowds in talking about looking at the bright side side about Success through struggle that you're looking forward to hardship for how a strong it can make you. How much better you can be? After having endured encouraged the hardship into the actually look forward to it in hero was feeling sorry for myself because it was going to be hard had lost a law. Something again I did the metaphor go slap in the face and on thankfully I have SUF- amazing family to support me. Even though I started off in the wheelchair and I got the trekking poles and our yard walking around with a Japan. I got on my treadmill and I would hold onto onto the stability the stability bars with like an iron grip and just hit the quickstart in it would do the treadmill would start a point. Five compiles an hour and I would just walk and then owed hit the a barrow. One deep now is going a mile an hour. And that's how I started training again. Eventually I was jogging still holding on both hands and and within a year of contracting meningitis I registered for my first marathon back act. Was the two thousand sixteen Akron marathon which is my hometown. It was the same week as my twentieth high school reunion and even though it was probably the hardest twenty six point two miles. I've run run. I've finally beat my. I finally got some forum marathon which is a PR for me in his still stands dance but Proven that I could I could come back and I can do just about anything and Approved some of that. I wasn't full of it. The the the UH that there is there is a silver lining to everything there. There is Your truth to that Districts through struggle and I just had to prove it to myself overtime we're talking with Aaron Hale L.. I think one of the things you've hit on a number of times as you took responsibility guy think it was John Kennedy. WHO said life isn't fair Eriksson? It isn't fair it's kind of Sometimes people get things that happen. That are not fair. I think one of the things that you've hit on that I really enjoyed as you kind of I said well you know what can I do and I think that's something that a lot of people can take away from this. We're talking with Aaron Hale. I think one of the things that the listener should be aware of is in addition to not having your sight and hearing. We're doing this conversation using technology and it's working extremely smoothly. I'm very impressed with technology. And you're willing to do this and I think one of the things talking about movement is a lifestyle. You're you're not done moving you're planning on doing a hundred mile race coming up and then hopefully one hundred and thirty five mile an hour race or excuse me a hundred and thirty five mile race that our race. It might take a hundred and thirty five hours. I've always done endurance activities with kind of the effect of I finished something. And it's Kinda like okay. That was fun. What else can I do next? Extra what can I do differently. Is that kind of the path. You're taking or these two specific events that you have planned to do at some point in time. What of him coming up? Something something that they have special meaning.
"hale" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"Immediately. a great deal of time and money investigating being the disappearance of pan alaska airways in one eight one two h and he believes if the plane was sabotaged. The likely weekly target was nick baggage. Not hale boggs. Wall zach writes that the consensus is the plane crashed somewhere between portage pass. Ask in johnstone point about an hour into the flight if the plane was covered with ice as weather conditions that day suggest and it crashed into prince william sound it likely would have sunk to the bottom one question remains though what caused the plane to crash wall.