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Fresh update on "harry" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"And has the e think that's a lot. I think we're done. Thank you so much that you gotta go. You gotta go. Harry talking about when he knew Meghan was the one second date I was trying to think. Wow, this is pretty special. Because we just Wasn't so much worry when it was just the fact that way that way, headed off with each other way. We're just so comfortable in each other's company. Dating with me with any member of your family, I guess is kind of flipped upside down. All the dates, become dinners or Watching the TV all chatting at home. And then eventually, once you become a couple, then you venture out to dinner to the cinema and everything else. So everything was done back to front with us. CBC's Meggie Ruli reporting For all your food is out there. I'm unwrapping a McDonald's steak, egg and cheese bagel. Look at this steak and the juice running down the sign. Got a little bit on the wrapper here and then the fluffy egg and real cheese folded over side looking just so good. Mm. Grilled onions on about a bagel. Two thumbs up from McDonald's steak, egg and cheese Bagel for breakfast. Love it more bump up, uh, participate in McDonald's. Why wait to get the things you want? Enjoy it now and take up to 12 months to own all without credit it Rennes Center. You can get that comfy furniture, set appliance, computer and Maura and take up.
Prince Harry says 'toxic' British media drove him and Meghan to split from royal family
"Prince Harry, speaking out. He had an interview with James Corden yesterday. Where he blamed the toxic British media as the reason for he and his wife's exit from the royal family. That's exactly what he said. He said The situation with the British media was toxic a really difficult environment, saying As a husband and father. What would I do? I need to get my family out of here, he said as he sat in England. And he did exactly
Fresh "Harry" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Up. Fifties to near 60. Some of the models were trying to bring in here by Thursday and Friday, so that would be a nice treat in the couple. Weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell, Prince Harry is taking in the sights and sounds of L. A. The Duke of Sussex during the late late show host James Corden for an open top bus tour in a segment that aired last night. Here's a BCS Maggie ruling Prince Harry speaking candidly for the first time about his decision to step away from royal duties. It was never walking away. Was stepping back rather than stepping down right? It was a really difficult environment. As I think a lot of people saw way all know what the British press could be like. It was destroying my mental health was like this is toxic. Yeah. So I did what any husband and what only father would do is like I need to get my family out of here. Way never walked away Ondas. Far as I'm concerned, whatever decisions are made on that side, I will never walk away. I will always be contributing. My life is public service. However, I am in the world is gonna be the same thing revealing details of his family's plan for the future. Now that you live here What is life? Like what? Are you excited.
Prince Harry opens up about "toxic" U.K. press
"Decision to leave his royal life behind during an appearance with James Corden last night here, he said, it was a really difficult environment is I think a lot of people saw we all know what the British press can be like. It was. Destroying my mental health, Harry said. This is toxic. So I did what any husband and any father would do. Which is I need to get my family out of here, but we never walked away from the royal family is how he put it.
Fresh update on "harry" discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
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Prince Harry raps Fresh Prince of Bel Air with James Cordon
"C. I'd love one. James Corden and Prince Harry played a round of carpool. Carrie Okey on CBS's late late show on a double decker bus with a stop off at the Fresh Prince of Bel Air Mansion. Very house. Will Smith turns up to is good enough of the fresh prince. It's good enough for a real prince. Okay, remember the song Now This is a story very revealed to Royal secrets about his new life with Meghan Markle in Santa Barbara, and their nighttime routine says, Sit in bed TVLand what's in jeopardy. Netflix couples expecting their second child, Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News in Prince Harry says he doesn't
Fresh update on "harry" discussed on Q
"And he's an open book through his lyrics, which are sometimes about the gritty realities of taking drugs. In a minute. Mike will tell you why he loves being sober and where he's focusing all that extra energy Plus from the time he was a young intern at much music crag Mannix has been pushing to get hip hop the respect it deserves in Canada. Now is it in new executive and a major label. He's seen some progress but also a long road of hard work ahead. Greg will tell you what still needs to be done to promote our homegrown hip hop talent. That's all coming up on cue. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Janine Herbst. President Biden says the public release of an intelligence report tying Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince to the death of journalist Jamal Cash. O G shows the country that the rules are changing. Shoji, who lived in Virginia and wrote for The Washington Post was killed inside Saudi Arabia is Turkish consulate in 2018. NPR's Scott Tetro has more at the time. U. S intelligence ASSESS that Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the killing of cash. Oh, gee! But as President Trump pursued a warm relationship with Saudi Arabia, his administration never made that finding public. In an interview with Univision, Biden said the reports released sends a message. The rules were.
Khloe Kardashian Sparks Major Engagement Rumors
"Is khloe married or engaged or what is up with the giant rain on her finger. She sparked major engagement rumors over the weekend. She posted this photo very cute behind shot also that gigantic rock on that special finger and It was all to promote her. Good americans shoeshine sip. Was this an engagement announcement attention for that shoe collection shoe collection a giant ring. I was looking at the giant. Other thing you're on your is in this photo. You're like oh. The shoes are where the shoes other. She was. Adver- advertising assets. That's actually average assault. So yes i think it was obviously debris tissue line. I do think this is her way of telling us because a lot of her friends were commenting saying see two beautiful things or whatever on their chicken right she is she was she was commenting back. I don't know she was playing into it for sure. I think we've seen this before. Where show rocket diamond. Ring is just something that she bought herself or she borrowed for shoot. We saw kylie walking around with dad's garage. She never got engaged. I think for khloe kardashian. When the day finally comes she is going to tell us in her own way but she is not the type to drop nuggets here now. She's not only your incognito little phrases that she does all the time where those things but nope. I'm pregnant dago. Right to be real. She wants to be respected. I think that's why she doesn't want to play a game with she's engaged. I'm engaged in that that gigantic rock on your finger and goal like that on this point. I don't maybe. I'm a literal person but to me it's like a you're gonna post the biggest diamond to get literally
Queen to air address the same day as Harry and Meghan's Oprah tell-all - Page Six
"The queen will be on TV week from the Sunday the same day that Oprah's special Going to be on with Harry and Meghan. Queen Elizabeth would be speaking the day before Commonwealth Day. That's an event that usually happens at Westminster Abbey, but not this year because of covert. The queen is scheduled to appear on TV with Prince Charles. Plus William and Kate, Harry and Megan may have other plans there. Spect Ng, a second child in her no longer working members of the royal family. Very interesting,
Prince William 'Very Upset' by How Prince Harry Pushed Back on Queen Elizabeth's Royal Statement
"18 this past week brought news that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is exit from the royal family will be permanent. Buckingham Palace released a statement saying the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed to Her Majesty The queen that they will not be returning is working members of the royal family and therefore will lose their remaining royal patronage is and honorary titles. Well. That brought a brief statement from Harry and Megan, saying they remain committed to their duty and service to the UK and around the world and have offered their continued support to the organizations they've represented, regardless of official role. But the whole thing is said to be a devastating to Harry's brother, Prince William. Sources close to him say he's really sad and genuinely shocked by what's being described as Harry's petulant and insulting response to their
Prince Harry, Meghan officially split from royal duties
"Buckingham palace says prince harry and his wife. Megan will not be returning to royal duties. That statement in detail reads quote in stepping away from the work at the royal family. It is not possible to continue with the responsibilities and duties that come with a life of public service. That means harry who still six in line to the throne loses his military titles for example. That's something which meant a great deal to him. But the queen has stood firm saying essentially your end or you're out. The couples seem disappointed with this outcome. Best satement says quote. We all live. The life of service service is
Prince Harry, Meghan officially split from royal duties
"Said in a statement that Prince Harry and Meghan won't be returning to any royal roles in the future. That statement in detail reads. Quote is stepping away from the work of the royal family. It is not possible to continue with the responsibilities and duties that come with a life of public surface. That means Harry, who's still six in line to the throne, loses his military titles. For example, that's something which meant a great deal to him, but The queen has stood firm saying Essentially, you're in or you're out. The couple seem disappointed with this outcome, their statement says. Quote we can all live the life of service service is universal.
Prince Harry, Meghan officially split from royal duties
"Are not returning to their previous life with the British royal family. Buckingham Palace confirming to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be resuming the royal duties. But a statement also notes that the couple is still very much considered much loved members of the royal family. The decision by Queen Elizabeth isn't a surprise, since Harry and Meghan are now fully involved with her a lot. I've seen careers in media in southern California, Thea now it's mint comes about a year after the couple announced they were pulling back from their British royal duties. Ah, woman
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Officially Done with the Royal Family
"Markle are officially done with the British royal family, Buckingham Palace confirmed Friday. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be returning is working members of the royal family. The decision by Queen Elizabeth doesn't come as a surprise since Harry and Marchal had launched high profile media careers in Southern California. Statement added. The Duke and Duchess remain much loved members of the family and I'm
Prince Harry, Meghan officially split from royal duties
"Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not returning to their previous life with the British royal family Buckingham Palace confirming that the Duke and Duchess of sucks, Sussex will not resume their royal duties, but Statement also notes that the couple is still considered much loved members of the family. The decision by Queen Elizabeth is not a surprise, since Harry and Megan are now fully involved with the lives and careers in media in Southern California, and this announcement is coming about a year after the couple announced that they were pulling back from their royal duties.
Harry and Meghan not returning to royal duties
"And Meghan will not be returning to any royal duties. The prince will be giving up his honorary military titles. That's the word from Buckingham Palace when the couple stepped away from full time royal life in early 2020 was agreed the situation would be reviewed after a year. Hence the announcement. Now the two now live in California and are expecting their second
Biden won't pull Tanden nomination, says she'll get the votes
"Bind today told reporters he is sticking with his nominee for White House budget director despite objections from Democratic Senator Joe Manchin. NPR's Scott Horsley reports matching says he'll vote against nominee Neera Tanden because of her past partisan remarks. Neera Tanden is a longtime Democratic policy advisor who served in both the Clinton and Obama administration's. But it's her sharp elbowed Twitter feed. That's put her nomination in jeopardy, with critics on both the right and the left. Hand and apologize for tweets, comparing Senator Ted Cruz to a vampire and Lycan in GOP leader Mitch McConnell to a Harry Potter villain. But mansion warns her overtly partisan statements could have a toxic impact on congressional relations with the budget office. Given Democrats razor thin margin in the Senate Mansions defection could Sink Tendons nomination unless a Republican senator across the aisle and supports her.
Prince Philip, 99, in hospital 'as a precaution'
"Philip. Nine thousand nine was taken into hospital. The king edward the seventh hospital in london. This was tuesday evening. They do say it's not a cause for concern that his admission was a precautionary measure. It's just on the advice of the royal doctor visiting him after he felt unwell but we have just passed night number three f- estate the hospital and he is still remaining there at least for the rest of today. Nowhere from the palace. He's feeling but sources close to the site. he's in good spirits despite everything.
Harry and Meghan not returning to royal duties
"Bidding Farewell toe ribbon cutting and more for the Royals Correspondent Tom Rivers is in London is now final. The cut is clean. Harry and Meghan will not be returning to any royal duties. The prince will be giving up his honorary military titles. That's the word from Buckingham Palace when the couple stepped away from full time royal life in early 2020 was agreed the situation would be reviewed after a year. Hence the announcement. Now the two now live in California and are expecting their second child wins these time.
Harry and Meghan to Give Up Official Work for Royal Family
"Buckingham Palace confirmed today. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex won't be returning as working members of the royal family. The decision by Queen Elizabeth the Prince's grandmother, isn't a surprise given that Harry and Megan have settled into their new life in Southern California launching high profile media careers. Today's announcement was the last act of the drama that opened a year ago. Popular devices worn by millions of consumers should not
Harry and Meghan not returning to royal duties
"Correspondent Tom Rivers with the story is now final. The cut is clean. Harry and Meghan will not be returning to any royal duties. The prince will be giving up his honorary military titles in the couple stepped away from full time royal life in early 2020. Was agreed the situation would be reviewed after a year. Hence the announcement. Now the two now live in California and are expecting their second child spokesperson for the couple issued a statement saying they will continue to support the charitable organizations they've represented regardless of their official role. Separately, a royal source tell
Pregnant Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Won't Return to Royal Duties
"It's been over a year since harry and meghan left. Let everyone know that they were taking a step back. From that royal. Well they just made it official. They are dunzo buckingham palace. Released a statement saying while. We are saddened by their decision. The duke and duchess remain much love members of the family. Now i gotta ask you for real be real because we just sit here. Three friends having coffee. Maybe sevaka really think they were actually going to go back. No going back and what i love. They are people of service. And you know that's what you do you work. When you're a royal duties you have to go be a great person for the crown. But what i love. They said a statement that serve. this is universal. We're still royals. Were still out there. You know taking listen to children. So i really appreciate that now. The word 'sad threw me off because you know it took three days to get that statement. Shall we say you use the worst said. You can't come to the barbecue this year. One thousand yup not saddened return isn't the year to say that you to send their sad megan an harry. I knew they weren't going back whenever they i left. Because you know those girlfriends who like take time away from their boyfriends boyfriends need space and they get a new lease somewhere living their best life and they're on. I like doing. The most girlfriend still thinks that her man's coming back but we all know his income and look. I watch lifetime all the time. Not what my daughter is my favorite move feel with never taking her daughter back to that the other thing that let me know that i knew they weren't going to go back confirmed it was when we heard about the. Cbs special with oprah. Yes let me let you guys on. Cbs and giving you ninety minutes unless you spill in the think about that. We'll be glued. I'm not one for like interviews like that. But i will be watching to be on top of this. I think royals are not you have to do. What's best for your piece. One hundred to do what's best for you and your relationship because they're not going to wake up with the they wake up with each other they don't wake up with everybody else and so if for them and megan's pieces being a mom. Achieving set herself that it was so hard with the media and everybody coming at her. And i just have survived just apathetic about where human hair. They were traumatized. Yes with their mother's death and the media matter marry someone now you're gonna turn around and do it again. I know not not today. Would you say you're not going to do this. One hundred percent. No god i if it was right for you do you think i think meghan and harry did the right thing. I think finding their inner peace skin moving next to oprah was probably the greatest thing they ever did. I however would have road for a few more years. I would have did my four years and put my feet in the ground. Set things jewels and then p. stop. I wouldn't have moved my man across the pond during the pandemic where he knew how bad it really was. Not too bad. It really was for her and for him. It could have been better and not only that because you know her mom was in the palace mothers taking the pitcher in the been some things that people come. We've seen it in this country. Yeah how people are coming out of the woodwork. That you're like oh flu races y- just a little bit probably happened to earl. There was surprised to her
"harry" Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten
"It showed. was that last month. Throw the leading. Democrats relieving trump by anywhere from say a point to six points points in the case of Joe Biden and now they're all trailing him In the state of Wisconsin that was pivotal in two thousand sixteen. And I think that on its own although this is just one poll combined with the New York Times. CNN Paul's last month That came out gives you a pretty good understanding that the President United States may be in trouble nationally but in the swing states that matter that is far from clear the case is there any waiting issues and his poll. I what I what I was essentially saying which I was rather interesting was we saw across. The board trump was doing better. We saw the impeach removed question that fewer wanted to impeach her move. We saw his favorable ratings. Climb and we saw that he was doing better in the horse race which to me perhaps indicates for whatever reason potentially that maybe this was a more friendly sample to the present United States but it could be indicative of real movement fastening stuff swing states are where it's at Harian. That is a wrap for now. Thank y'all so much for listening. Tweet your reactions to the debate. I'm at John Avalon Harry. I'm at forecast. Renton E. N.. T. That is in fact how you spell your name and please remember to subscribe on Apple. PODCASTS pitcher Google podcast spotify or your favorite podcast APP. While you're out there leaves reading your common. It really does help appreciate it and special. Thanks Amy Eason Rajdeep occasion Asia and Missile Slavski and David laid out. We'll see you back here next. I'm on the forecast pets..
"harry" Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten
"Fans welcome to this special edition of the forecast fast as you can probably tell. I am not in fact Kate Baldwin. Kate was not able to join us. She's brought her towels to south beach for a week. But I am of course Jon Avalon and hear more importantly with my colleague. The forecaster Arianne. Can you know. I really love South Beach. I love Miami Beach. I WANNA go to Joe's stone crab that sounds delicious but first while the country Harry is fixated on the impeachment hearings way down in DC history in the present tense got ten Democratic candidates taking the stage at the Tyler Perry studios in Atlanta. It was the fifth face off of the primary season. We're going to discuss those historic events in DC in a little bit with some data. But I I'm going to recap that debate Harry Jerry. What are your top takeaways and tell me about this hot off the presses new poll from Ipsos? Let me tell you that I watched this debate down at the Comedy Cellar in southern southern part of Manhattan and somehow that always just seems to be the way to watch a debate given that these are real debates they give one minute answers. It's more like a clown show but any event look it. Was the crowd listening to the debate or you were just unlike no no no it was up above it and basically was in the restaurant Bob at the Olive Tree Cafe and the sound on was on I was sitting there with the owner. My friend German and we bought just looked at each other multiple times and just cracked up but the pure hilarity. That is modern political debates. And you know I. I think it's so important to look at the polling. fivethirtyeight has been doing some stuff with Sosa last few debates and essentially they ask. WHO's won the debate or you know did you? Like someone's to pay performance four months and then they asked to share respondents ha what percentage are considering voting for a candidate. They asked that before. The DEBATE NAFTA debates he can get an understanding about whether or not a candid ended one support a law support. And I think that there are a few interesting takeaways number one If you're looking to which candidates won the debate basically the polling comes away Ryan says that people to judge had a very good night But also that Elizabeth Warren kind of held her own at least in terms of debate performance as it was rated while the worst debate performance was Tulsi Gabbard In the middle there were Booker Harrison Biden. But here's I think the key numbers that I look at. which is it's one thing to be good on a debate stage and voters to think you've been good on debate stage? It's another thing for whether or not change their support for certain candidates and I think what's key here is on the WHO's gained in law support share of respondents who are considering voting for each candidate even though Biden kind of meddling debate He actually gained so that fifty four percent before the debate said they were considering voting for him after the Bait fifty six percent said that for Warren she only had a jump of a point despite the fact that people great at her performance better from forty three percent to forty four percent but the biggest jumped by far was people to judge jumped from twenty six percent who said they were considering voting. Earning four before the debate to thirty two percent after the debate Harris had a second largest jump she went from essentially eighteen point. Four percent to twenty one point five I percents and book or two out of jump from about eleven percent to fourteen percent so three point jump for both Harrison and booker and club had a two point jump surprise me that warms great so high because she was less of a factor In this debate you know. I think there's been a major backlash to her Medicare for all our proposal but that was kind of sidestepped in the arena. You know there wasn't a lot of time. Spent fighting each other over Medicare for all. Why do you think that as an how is that impacted her poll numbers in the general shape of the field? Well I think the reason that wasn't discussed so much was simply put that the moderators didn't allow it to be discussed so much Most if you mean most of the poster great grades in terms of you know how the moderators did. Most people thought the moderators raiders. Did very very well the MSNBC Washington Post moderators. I happen to agree with that opinion and so there was a slew topics that were covered. But I think it was fortunate it for Elizabeth Warren that the topic wasn't cover particularly much because we saw heading into the debate. In fact we've seen in some polling. That's come out in the last twenty four hours that was taken before the debate That worn born has certainly fallen in the polls And that seems to have lined up very very well with when Medicare for all became an issue when she came out with her twenty trillion dollar. Plant plant all of a sudden the center seam strong smart all right. Lightning Round Booker V.. Biden got a little bit of sound here squaring off against Mika Joon. Let's take a listen. I have a lot of respect for the vice president. He is swarming into. My Office. Is a hero this week here. Literally say that. I don't think we should legalize marijuana. I thought you might have been high when you said it. This seems to be some kind of generational clash wasn't bad blood exactly tackling out but it got a lot of attention to make. I mean. Look obviously there are a few things number one. Marijuana is quite popular. But I don't think a lot of people are necessarily voting on it. The positions that differed are that Booker wants to legalize. Marijuana Biden wants to decriminalize marijuana. I think obviously the bigger part of of that exchange Which I was later on with the COMAL Harris note but overall? I don't think that this is the type of thing that changes voters minds right. I think that that I think is so but it really struck me great chocolate from CNN had a focus group in Iowa and they walked away saying that almost uniformly booker had won the debate club. HR coming in a strong second so his energy and his clarity seemed to really break through whether that translates to votes. Who's let's see one who's been a little bit to find gravity no matter their gaffes is Joseph Robina Biden A couple of big gaffes last night. We don't need to dwell on them because they did seem like slips rather than fundamental problems but doesn't seem for them the pulse. No and I think that's right and I think that this is something that is so difficult for you and die and everyone who's always involved in this political process you know in terms of watching it so frequently is that maybe debates don't matter as much more than that that voters are willing to forgive gifts in a way that I don't think that we necessarily understand. They're not looking the road scholar necessarily present to you president. Donald John Trump Final question about a Rhode Scholar WHO's been surging in the polls people to judge this the first debate since he took pole position in Iowa and New Hampshire according to many polls including CNN's lot of folk expected to kind of get the incoming that we've seen before from Elizabeth warn didn't really happen He grew a lot in in the debate in terms of support but didn't run away with it. There was one line. I thought that was pretty funny about experience. What's involved alligators take? Listen we do not have a twenty first century security strategy coming from this president after all. He's relying on seventeenth seventeenth century. Security technologies like a moat full of alligators or a big wall. There is no concept of strategic. Planning for how civilian diplomatic and military security work needs to take place for the future art. So that's a great line because whenever you can make people laugh about the seventeenth century foreign policy the involving alligators and MOATS. That's a good night. But why didn't he come under more directed to. I don't know the answer to that question but I would have to believe it is because his this opponents don't think he has sustainability. That's exactly what I and they think we've seen this now happened a few times whereby Oh a candidate pops and then they drop candidate pops and then they drop and more than that. He still has a problem with African American voters and I think that they think that that will ultimately do his candidacy and they might not be wrong about that all right before we go. Let's take a few minutes out to talk about the story that sucking up all the oxygen out of the primary race the televised impeachment hearings six on Thursday. We heard Dr Fiona Hill pushback strongly on the crowd strike conspiracy theory that's preoccupied president trump and several members of congress including former House intelligence chairman Devin Nunes. She warned that it is a fictional narrative that has been perpetrated and propagated by the Russian security services themselves and and the day before on Wednesday Gordon Sunland the US ambassador to the European Union testified that there was in fact a quid pro quo for Ukraine to announce investigations into the Biden's Haydn's but in the wake of sons explosive testimony. We're GONNA die forecast pest style into a new Marquette University law school poll of Wisconsin registered voters and what they found much shock. You found that public opinion shifting away from supportive impeachment and toward supporting the President in the two thousand twenty election in Wisconsin in Nepal only forty percent of registered voters. Think that trump should be impeached and removed from office while fifty three percent. Do not think so. And six percent say they don't know Harry Talk to me about the cheese state man. What's going on Wisconsin? Look and as you pointed out Although I have noted numerous times that in the swing states support from peach remove has has been lower than it is nationally. This is usually even lower number than the last marquette poll in October despite everything. That's been occurring over the last month But it's also reflective of I think what we've using nationally and that is if you take a look at the average Paul Nationally the impeach remove number has been dropping over the past few weeks which I think is rather interesting it used to be about a three or four point margin in in favor of impeachment. Move for supposing. Now it's about even And I think that it's important to note that this might be why some presidential candidates on the democratic side might want to be a little careful here because although the national numbers have worse. been a tie or maybe a point in favor of impeach remove. You still have to win. The Electoral College and Wisconsin is constant is a key key state in that electoral question. It's a key state. Of course the question feature move is the highest bar thing more likely structurally to happen as impeach but not remove one thing I wanNA dig into. Here's the partisan breakdown of questions of the president's culpability and then we'll get into the head to heads because what are the numbers. Look like by party. I D in terms of whether other the president did anything wrong because this get's to questions of absorption of facts yeah so did trump s for investigation of political rivals and interestingly enough only twenty nine percent of Republicans said yes. But I think that it's a pretty clear at this point fact that it's not ah that he has And so what you see here is that I mean trump literally could probably shoot someone in Fifth Avenue and you could still probably get fifty sixty sixty percent of Republicans to say that he didn't even if you had video of occurring and then shown on prime time one hundred times so I think that's really the kind of sort of hell. Oh you're walking up against especially if let's say they do impeach. The President United States that you have to get into the Senate where you're going to need twenty Republican votes and just the fact is Republican voters others are sticking by the president even face of what should be undeniable facts. Does that trouble you as an America's wells a statistician. I mean I think it's more orvar reflection to be honest of you of how the grip of partisanship has so ingratiated itself ingrained itself and our political culture. And I think that is a key difference from what we saw forty five years ago during the Nixon impeachment in Korean hearings is that today partisanship yep is numerous and that makes it very very difficult for me to see voters moving in there for the politicians. I've said it before I'll say it again. Hyper partisanship makes people stupid but Democracy microbes depends on our ability to reason together and We're going to see whether that's magic. Act continues. Because the facts are cleared the testimony from trump's own appointees has been unclear and Republicans I think have been emboldened by polls like this to simply double down on the White House's denial strategy. What does this poll show though about a flip in the last last month with a head-to-heads with trump in the top tier democratic cans? Yeah essentially what.
"harry" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"I met bob and this is harry potter in the sacred text and i'll post addition welcome back to the hot seat matt thank you last time you were in conversation with vanessa joining outpost and now we get out showing her because she's away and we hear that makes me nervous i don't i don't know how i feel about i'm happy to be here let's just say that what i listen to i don't know if you were my field ad supervisor for the constant i did before harry potter and the sacred text with even glint inverness design that's right and in fact i think ultimate history would be that big win in my eyes and i suggested it to you watch direct supervision i'm pretty sure that's what happened is that wedding idea came from i'm fairly certain that is what happened well i recall speaking to you about maybe that's had already spoke about it but i remember actually even saying you need a second person or third person why even esa wall i think it's my friends wow this is a breakthrough thank you matt so this wonderful podcast i'm glad to have you back here so today i wanna talk to you about tradition tradition is a word that i used a really resent i thought really yeah i thought traditional old bad it was like all stupid excluding including people like had about like traditional something really negative and then empower because you and my teacher i feel like i really become a fan of tradition and i've actually changed what tradition means in my brain so i wanna i wanna explore that theme of tradition edition today because i think it's really important for us to think about as we do harry potter in the sacred text where we're doing very traditional greeting practices like like geo and hovered but we're doing it with a very untraditional text in harry potter and i wanna talk about the kind of ethics of tradition when can you borrow something when should you not lincoln you claim tradition what pop some tradition can you leave behind and still have it be authentic all of those kind of questions you said you'd just like tradition because it's old and badness good people and i guess i would say i remember when i spoke to you about in are supervision but i guess i would say yes old in bed and excludes people but i guess i think of tradition as a process and tradition tends to be used by people who want the real that as a blood and as if it's one thing that never changes and if you notice something different than i'm taking my tradition pitcher about the head with it so that you do not change anything right but instead we think about tradition as sort of this vast resources possibility whereby we try to envision watch meaningful change could look like well how we could be honest those who are ancestors sisters who are memories tore pass but also be open and aware of are present and what we envision future also open aware of the people who maybe are traditions have excluded that we want to welcome so instead of thinking of tradition is like a static thing which keeps people which is the way it's often use especially about people who call themselves traditionalist yes right i think we could think of tradition as sort of this field the resources i wish we could link ourselves the other human beings in different times and places and also used that to reach out the other human beings who are outside of our purview togetherness community whatever so that's the key reef raymond my brain which i was like oh i always so traditionally something static right it's something that could never change that was woulda up that was be on mike ross and it was made for different time and exactly like you're saying announcing as like oh it's axios this kind of river which is always moving and therefore tradition actually encompasses change a traditional kind of outlive unless it's changing and one of my favorite quotes i read about this recently which thomas months and the great secession twentieth century monk and and writer and he talked about the difference between tradition in that rebuff sense that we've just been saying and convention which is when we do what we've always done no parents have done what communities these have always done and convention kind of loses that fire edits hop that beating alive nece and so for example like if you do walk into a church synagogue and you see what people are doing and it just has that kind of dead feeling which frankly is largely my experience i'm like oh that's convention but when i think of the way that you stephanie other people that i really admire who was still within the lineage and you have a religious identity the way they talk about teacher engage with text for example that's very traditional even though it looks very different from what you might expect you said earlier on you know how do we know which changes are often dick yeah if if tradition is a source of change not just a static thing as oppose the convention if it's this kind of reverse used martin's analogy this river flowing how do we know what changed their authentically ones that's a really good question in a difficult one one example that i used again and again sort of in teaching in a conversation is the notion of of marriage in so one thing they weaken observe kind of historically factually is that what marriage means in human culture has not existed as a consistent kind of form of life across centuries time and place right so how do we everything that two things or or three things or any number of things count as a marriage so there's this philosopher who i really just in shock derrida he has this argument about sort of recognize ability and then allergies is of a signature so so if i signed my name it's never the same twice but it means me yes right and so there's something about the right itself has to be recognizable the sign itself has to be recognizable to those who encountered for the meeting to be kerry and so this is what we saw with marriage quality right where gay couples would show up wearing the whole tie in the boot mayor in the hall and it was like oh this is a wedding and it felt you could feel the love you could feel that sense of you know intense beauty in connection and you would expect even when it was a straight couple and the food that we saw that with interracial marriage for example and then he claimed that would say it's more of a loved in the mirror and hit him right on the ethic but this is the thing right that this relationship is recognizable as a mirror yeah starts at clueless into what is actually at the hard core of what we mean when we say marriage right and in fact my own destruction has been involved in these debates about this for many years and i've always just believe that in the end we christians would come around to marriage equality because it is so obviously recognizable as what we think marriages and even people who oppose it yeah the kind of fervor their opposition speaks to their knowing that is still recognize so obviously a marriage i have to oppose it for other reasons and so this is what i mean about sort of what is the thing that is recognizable giving us and respond to what you said before it's like when you walk into these communities the anglican church youth and it feels completely dead to you someone in that church it may feel completely alive to them right and so we think about religion as a system of meaning making then at some scholars have thought of it is analogous the language and if you think about how language works how the meetings of words change over time right like we cannot actually speak to each other unless we inherited language which is not our own i'm gonna go that's genius other hand are actually uses the language means that are words keep developing an incoming meanings right if ask a linguist and you could follow the stretching or you're listen to it a history of boeing's languished podcasts wherever you see documented the way meetings have changed over time the way meeting moves right who usage in human culture a new words were invented the famous name then at ten thousand he was exactly right but the the reason those new words work is because there's something and then it's recognizable there's something meaningful right and so we can think about and some scholars have thought about religion this way if it is a meeting making process then it also has the same sort of attachments shipments to priors which is but also openness to news which is wow that's really beautiful and i and i love that idea of religion as a meaning making system right that's what rituals about that's what having a calendar is about in which you know moments like today's the fourth of july for those of you listening in the u s and this is this is now a tradition in america that celebrates independence from can i say the greatest country in the world i will not say that we are the most to atone for but you know that there are these traditions that much that that give us a sense of like oh because i celebrate the thing that makes me this kind of person right whether that's nationality whether that's religion and that group of all sorts of different things so to what extent if we take that theme of of you know a religious tradition is is something that helps you make meaning come we look at civic celebrations like the fourth of july or in england remembrance day or queens day in holland or whatever national festivals people have do we have something like a like a specific religions i'm going to answer is there a different question and protected you ask the one that that's the greatest chicken they academics but i think something like acidic holiday like for the fourth of july what that can do for isis help us if we have this understanding of tradition that we've been talking about what they're gonna do this helpless think okay what does the fourth of july mean what do i celebrations conveyed to us about what it means and what should it me right you said you're you're country has the most to atone for i think were giving you a run for their money lately and i think that for example if you look at contemporary fourth of july celebrations they're highly sort of militaristic they celebrate freedom they celebrate life sort of the violent conquests of people's for the sake of freedom and fireworks right that's communicating something about what we say america is yeah that's right so if we have this tradition of a fourth of july celebration and we have all the resources of the history of this country and all the resources of what we think this nation is there should stand for what other highly traditional in this case celebrations could we imagine yeah what other forms of observance could you imagine which would be absolutely faithful to are american tradition but which would lift up the should actually bring other people in which would honor or people who are presently not honored by the way we commemorate today like what if the tradition on the fourth of july you hot tub strangers cross the threshold into a home run exactly right like what if what if that was the key celebration rather than sort of parade with guns we we tend to observe on the day wars especially you know the revolutionary war yeah sought by white men who owned slaves right now this is a celebration is that will really think is most honorable about are tradition right we're limiting ourselves we think all it is is militaristic marching parades were marching band music right there other things we could do so maybe this'll be my final question which is i really love that image of tradition as a resource that this is a place which all of us have inherited to some extent and that all of us have the permission to reach into and draw something out wildlife today if you look at the christian tradition to go back to what kind of religious context what is some of the resources in tradition that you.
"harry" Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten
"Hello. This is Harry Anton, and you're listening to another episode of the forecast with Harry Anton. And if you're not asleep by this point, ladies and gentlemen, boy, we've got a heck of a show for you last week. Of course, we spoke about the rising tide of Elizabeth Warren in the democratic primary this week. We're going to take a little step back and we're gonna talk about the front runner, Joe Biden, then we're exactly he stands, and what exactly is standing means going forward in this democratic primary process by looking at it through a historical ones. Well, in case you have been under a rock over the last six months, you of course know that Joe Biden entered the democratic race with about thirty percent in the national polls. And after a bump following his announcement, he's come back to earth during the month of June. He's averaged approximately thirty one percent of the national polls, which is still well ahead of his nearest democratic competitors including Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders who were getting between approximately ten percent and fifteen percent of the democratic primary vote nationally. So what does it mean when someone's averaging thirty one percent in the national primary polls that June before the? Primary season begins when we come go back in history, and we can look at every open nomination process that is when come it wasn't running for a party's nomination since one thousand nine hundred seventy two and what do we find? We find that the meeting candidate, the median front runner had in the national primary polls get this, folks. Thirty one percent that is Joe Biden is right on the median half got more than thirty one percent, the front runners in the primary polls that June before the primary and half got below and it turns out that this thirty one percents actually pretty good dividing line in another way because take a look at those candidates who are earning less than thirty one percent on average in the primary posed June before the primary season began, how many of them actually went on to win the nomination just one out of eight just one out of eight that one exception was Mitt Romney back in two thousand twelve he was averaging twenty three percent in the primary posed June before the primary began, but overall pretty poor record for those who are less than the median how about those who are greater than the median and the primary. Posed that Huma for the primary season began. Well, it turns out that we see the exact reverse pattern, seven out of eight candidates who are running thirty one percent or more in the primary posed that June before the primary, actually went on to win the nomination, the one exception, notable, it was Hillary Clinton back in two thousand eight she was averaging in the high thirties. And of course, she went on the lose nomination to Barack Obama. Of course, it should be point out that, that was one of the closest nomination fights of all time. So generally speaking if you're above thirty one percent and national primary posted Yuma before the primary season you go on to win the nomination if you're below it, you end up most likely going to lose that nomination fight, of course, Joe Biden's right in the middle. And that's something that I would stress over and over again. Is that Joe Biden is kind of in between case it's not really clear, whether or not, he's going to go on to win the nomination take, for instance, someone that I've heard some people compare Joe Biden to in recent weeks. Rudy Guiliani Rudy Giuliani, of course, ran for the Republican nomination in two thousand eight and at the beginning of the primary process. Was basically skating by due to his reputation following the nine eleven attacks in New York City Giuliani, of course, went on a lose he at this particular point was averaging in the high twenties in the primary polls June before the primary. So right around Joe Biden's thirty one percent. But there's a key difference between Giuliani and Biden Biden's, not just winning the national primate. Pulse. Take a look at the state of Iowa. Of course they have the first in the nation contest, the caucuses out there. What do we see? We say Joe Biden ahead in those. What about the New Hampshire primary polls, the first primary, and in the nation. What do we see? We see Joe Biden had their South Carolina. The second in the nation primary, what do we see Joe Biden ahead there? What about endorsements? This is something that I haven't spoken to much about. But of course, the general idea being that if you have more endorsement from party officials, you tend to do better what we see we see Joe Biden having the most endorsement, so far, when we wait them appropriately with governors getting the highest weight at ten points, senators getting the next highest weight at five points and representatives from the house. Getting one point we see Joe Biden in the lead in the endorsement contest as well. Indeed I went back and I look what happens. What happens when someone leads endorsements? Leads in the Iowa polls leads in New Hampshire Poulsen leads nationally. Well, it turns out that an open nomination processes since one thousand nine hundred eighty that's as far back as the endorsement data goes, what do we see? We see at this particular point in every single case where a candidate lead in all those categories, they went onto win the nomination that, of course, includes Mitt Romney, who we mentioned earlier. But again, take another step back. What are we see when we look at cross those different measures, what we don't see as Joe Biden leading overwhelmingly in any of those metrics? He has a small Niwa less than ten points in New Hampshire. It's a little greater around. Let's say ten to fifteen points, South Carolina. He does hold a big lead, but endorsements he doesn't hold a large, in fact of the possible endorsement points again, that waiting system. One for house of Representative endorsements five for senators and ten for governors. He only has about eight percent of the possible endorsement point so far. And other words ninety two percent of the party isn't actually endorsing him at this particular point, meaning, there's a real shot of another candidate coming up, and stealing Joe Biden's thunder. When you put it all together what you generally see as what I think a lot of us feel. Right. And that is that Joe Biden clearly has the best shot of winning the democratic nomination process over all the other candidates, but it's not an overwhelming edge. It's not as bad as say Rudy Giuliani wasn't two thousand eight who really wasn't leading, an Iowa, New Hampshire or in the endorsement primary. But it say not a strong Cillari Clinton, who is leading and all those at this particular point, and generally getting fifty percent or greater in all those categories. So Biden's, this in between case and that means, well, it means folks that they're still a lot of mystery to go in this primary season. And you're just gonna have to stay tuned and see what happens because I know I'm going to stay tuned because as the forecaster of I don't know what's gonna happen. My guess is you probably don't know what's going to happen. Although maybe one of you is trying to steal my. Title. If you wanna steal my title, give my producer.
"harry" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"And more than that snap is the tree invading his mind. His memories says most private thoughts, and what really strikes me is that some of the description that snap uses to explain what the power of Oklahoma City is about really helped me understand snipe into new way. He says only those skilled ultimately are able to shut down those feelings and memories that contradict the lie. That's the way that you can survive a double life, which of course, at this point. We know that snipe is a double agent. So we getting a massive insight into how snipe exists between these two worlds. Right. It's because snipe is literally cutting his personality in hoffy. Splitting himself. Into in this way that I feel that Harry couldn't help but have compassion for. If he really understood what was happening. And so I'm curious like, how do you see curiosity failing in this moment from hurry? So I blame Harry zero in the state Amec. But I do think that Harry is missing a lot of like interesting cues. It just made me wonder about our responsibility to be curious. I have a kid in my life who's being treated really poorly by a classmate of hers right now is it morally imperative for her to be complicating this identity of this bully, or is that like not her job is it only her job to make sure that she gets treated with dignity and respect. And I don't have a clear answer to that. Because I often think that curiosity is absolutely. Like, I would say it's like a straight path to empathy. If you are curious about someone you're going to learn things that will help you. Empathize with them. I.
"harry" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"Is not a show about me. This is show about Harry Potter in the sacred text. And normally during the episodes, you do a ton of work on them. But your voice is almost never on the shows. And I think a lot of people the only association they might have with us if they show up at a live show and see you there because you're on stage at the live shows, but you're actually such a big part your half of forming this show and one third of forming the show or one third of forming this show, we never really hear from you though. So what do you actually do on the show mostly we go into the studio, Vanessa casper? And I and I sit in the studio with them, and I kind of backseat drive them a little bit. I coached them. So we sit down, and we tell the opening story. And then I tell them that they have to do it again and change certain things. And then we go through the whole show and I- glare at them when they're getting off track. And I- prompt them a little bit. If they need to restate something, and we yeah, we spend time in the studio forming the show into what the eventual content is going to be we spend maybe an hour and a half two hours for each episode in the studio, and then I take all of that audio that we've recorded, and I go home, and I added that down to the thirty five minute episodes that everyone here's so that is a lot of time with the nestling casper in my headphones. You're kind of like that teacher you had in high school or college that like is a total hard ass, but is for the exact, right reasons? Yeah, I would say I'm definitely the straight man of the trio. I don't think that they're funny. Are you so tach to the term straight man, you often say you're the straight man of our relationship as well? I think because I'm like a little bit no nonsense. A lot of people make jokes around me. And I just like wait for the jokes to be over and until we can move onto serious conversation. So I think we should move onto these questions because before we started recording you put out on Twitter and Facebook, you said Depp's Oga corrupted, and and we're gonna be doing this kind of QNA type episode. And so we got a list of questions here from Facebook and Twitter, and I'm just gonna ask them to Arianna. And we'll do can this CUNY episode here. We throw an ad in there every now. And then it sounds good. Maybe have remained Jackie show up. She is here we might drag her in. Okay. So first question comes from Rebecca to Hove, it's from Facebook..
"harry" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"So casper something really struck me when reading this chapter. So we are given like a flash of Ron's hand, which has evidence of a deep cut that is healing. And then we are shown her mighties hand which also has like a wound on it. Harry notices both of these notices that these are wounds that were ministered by Hedwig on the past of hairy to pack at Ron in her money until they had written a sufficient reply to him. And what struck me like a ton of bricks is that this is exactly what I'm bridge is going to do to Harry later. She is going to wound his hand in order to force him to write something the heat doesn't want to write. I'd never thought of that before me neither. So here's my question. He is physically wounded. His friends. We know that we. On bridge for what she does to Harry later it is child abuse. There's a power dynamic at play there, different situation, different instrument of violence. It is a totally different thing. But my question is how much do we judge Harian this moment? Because he has force Hedwig to become violent on his behalf into mutually his two best friends like against their will. Goodness that is so hot. What's difficult is obviously that it's, you know that this literal scars on their hands like Hedwig has bitten off bits of flesh. But also that like it happened when Harry wasn't there the Harry apologize. No, he doesn't even want to apologize. It feels good to see them in pain. I mean, that's the kind of twisted logic. The happens when we're angry is that like we get so within our own constraints that someone else's pain can only be seen as like, yeah, will you should suffer too. So here's honestly how I feel if one of my students was her mind Iran and they came to me and said, I refrained who's just gone through a trauma in his tremendous amounts of pain, and he is hurting me. I would say you have to separate yourself from that friend am so sorry, but that front needs to be in therapy that friend needs resources that you cannot provide for him. You are not going to help him and he's hurting you and you need to leave him. I would feel comfortable in confident in that advice. My immediate concern would be run in her nineties wellbeing to get away from this abusive kid. This is really interesting. Vanessa. Last week's theme was about compassion, which is about suffering with someone else. Part of me, wonders did run hominy. Let Hedwig do this like, did they want to show Harry that like you want us to hurt? We love you so much that will hut with you. I'm not saying that's healthy, will the right thing to do, but part of me wonders if this was some attempt to show that to him. Right. And I mean, it's just like, when is that radical compassionate win? Is that self harm? I mean, I do think it's in the eye of the beholder, but I think that these things look very similar to each other sometimes and I don't know if I were Molly in. I suddenly saw a cut on one hand and he was like, I had to show Harry that, like I wasn't doing this willingly, that's worrying. Yeah. Vanessa. We've talked about the power low between umbrage and Honey, Ron being HUD on the hands with talked about Passy. But if felt like that was also parallel with Percy in serious. The closing moment of this chapter serious is kind of shouted out by the portrait of his mother you firm in, you know, you scum like you evil, traitor, because he's made the black family home. This kind of purebred was at lying this doc Lord aligned family. He's made his home the center of the resistance against Volga MOS rising again. And so this this really interesting connection between passing series betraying the family. I just had never noticed that either in this chapter. And so it's just so delightfully written till ready. See these parallels emerging. Yeah, I think that is a brilliant, really fascinating parallel..
"harry" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"Harry's five to it with his one tip as the message flames. I'm Kyle and I'm Vanessa Zoltan. This is Harry Potter and the text. Tickets are on sale for live shows this full with coming to Denver, Chicago, Austin Cambridge, and most excitingly to a Landau Florida. I think it's the most exciting there a roller coasters. It is the most exciting roller coasters in the other places to were just not going on them. That is a mistake. We need to change your itinerary is I agree. I love roller coasters. Do you love rollercoasters kid? I did, and then I went on one like maybe six, seven years ago and felt so no, but I'm determined that's not going to be the reality in February when we're at the Wisden world of Harry Potter, I can't wait to go on a roller coaster with you. We wait and let go in line at the front and then scream really loud. I didn't know we had to talk about, obviously. So casper as you know, I am a middle sister and being a middle sister is great because I would get to be like old and sophisticated with my old brother. And then I would get to like get away with being legal Yang in like Kish with my younger brother. And so I would say the my younger brother and I still have like a pretty. I don't wanna say immature dynamic, but like jokey dynamic. For example, there is a rule in our relationship that if I look better in something he owns, I get to keep it. That is a one way rule. He's not approved of this rule and by look better. Like I'm the only judge. I just decide that's a shirt that Hollick veteran, and then I get a keep it and he gets mad fun. But our relationship wasn't always as great as it is. Now. When he was little, he would really annoy me and I had a great tactic as a how to handle it when he really pissed me off, I would say to him, Jonathan, I was about to give you a present, and now that you've angered me, I'm not going to and for years he'd get so upset, he'd really, really no like no will can. I do to make it better and I'd go nothing and I would leave the room and I'd be like, and it was so satisfying right? To be angry until like pass off that anger onto another person and be like the gift gave you was one of raids is great. It was super effective and then one day jerk to head you Jonathan about to give you something great. And now that you did that, I'm not going to. He looked at me and he was like, you weren't gonna. Give me something great. Your wine and I was in raged not only was he calling me a liar. He was right, but what I think I was so mad about was it meant that I wasn't able to find a way to pass my Inger onto him, and I just had to hold onto my anger. There was like no Justice. I'm the decider of Justice. And I think we really see that in this chapter eight, Harry is like yelling everyone. He is just trying to pass on his anger onto everybody else, but everybody else's being so sweet to him and they won't take on his anger which is just infuriating him again. And again, see, I'm excited to talk about that. I, you know what it is that we can do to take care of people who love when they're angry, or if we think that angers just like such an unproductive emotion, the really isn't anything that we can do in someone else's mad. The thing that I'm most interested in is how that some sort of satisfaction with anger or at least that we wanna be proved right about anger that it feels humiliating to be exposed. If we're angry in some way and maybe it's not justified. So I'm really intrigued to see how we can follow anger in this chapter. The wet itself appears multiple times audible time. No, it's going to be good. So it's time for the thirty second recap and I believe it's might go, I, this is an example of when people's inadequacies make them angry me and my buddy recap fails. Her age. Here we go on your Mark. Get set recap what I love about this chapter. Harry arrives and like, we don't know what's happening in this place like, who's a belong to..
"harry" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"Texts, and I wish you all the best in this project. Thanks, Bye-bye. Hi, Maxwell agree nerdy series of questions that I absolutely love. I do think it sometimes really exciting to wonder, authority intent. I think the Harry Potter books are impart so exciting, interesting because they came of age right along with the internet. And so Jake, he rolling is one of the few authors. Certainly something so popular who in the history of the world has been able to engage with her fans so explicitly. And I am very grateful that we made the decision out of sort of, you know, an innocent point of view to not engage with any of that because then we would have to engage with some of the very disappointing things she is done and said over the last couple of years, and I am grateful for the opportunity to treat these taxes sacred and not let her imperfections sully. Our experience with these books go. The thing I'd want to say is that we have John green on the show, lost seats. Season, and he says this lovely thing that has an author. He's the author of the book until its publishing date, and then the book is no longer his. Then the story is the rita's because whatever the reader brings to the text is going to shape the tax write like, right is we'll tell stories of people coming up to them saying my God, I love what you did with this character and the oath is like, I didn't do that with the cockpit that's literally not on the page, but as a Rideau, we create these stories from the text, and I think we actually limit what the text can be when we make it about the author's intent, and it's so much more interesting to think about what it means to me what it means to you and then to have a conversation about it, like it's just much more creative because there's only one right on Seref with sticking to a Royal intent besides Jacob rolling has never liked to single tweet that's been tagged with her and us. So she's obviously a monster. I'm vited her up to t when I was an end Brad, she never responded. She didn't even say now she just didn't respond. Oh, maybe how people just go back to my people and we couldn't fit it in because of my busy schedule. It's time for us to offer a blessing and we both want to bless the same person this week because there's like a right and wrong answer the right answers. The want to bus MRs Fagin the wrong answer is that you want to bless anybody else. So why don't you give us your blessing? So we talked about this a little bit, but I wanna bless her for not making fun to hang out at her place. I just think that this is like a beautiful selfless move. Nobody wants to be the not fun person to a child. Nobody wants to like not be themselves in their own home. But MRs fig knows that if Harry enjoyed himself at all, he wouldn't be allowed to come over. And so she makes this like very tactical responsible grownup decision. I just think that this is the essence of maturity is knowing what the right thing to do is in like checking all of your desires in. In order to do what truly the.
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"So casper we are about to start reading Harry Potter book five. The order of the Phoenix the Phoenix is on a movie reference is voice. I'm not yet discovered who it belongs to maybe. He it's creature, I dunno. Okay. Fair enough. So order of the Phoenix, I'm so excited for something that I want to ask you what you're excited about, but I just wanna come out the gate and say it. I do want to say it at the same time. A lot of good. I was gonna say Percy Weasley second-year outside of school. Obviously, no Luna is absolutely front and center of our excitement. The book, five Luna, just changes the whole dynamic of the friendship suckle. There's something odd about her in the same way that the something old about hurry that no one else get his shed with him and it's so beautiful to see that. So I've known you now for five years. The best thing that you have said in our five years is that you put it out that Luna is the priestess of that resistance will see her in book seven tending to people, and we just see it right out of the gate in book five when she's like talking to Harry about death, talking about seeing things that aren't there. I just love the idea of Luna is like the minister of this series. I am just so excited to spend time with her. Yeah, I think it's so interesting to look at her as a ritual designer and to look at the questions that she asks as meaning making questions, right? The ques-. She asked not functional and relational, like Ron, nor are they inquisitive and intellectual like how many or even moral like hominy there at this next level, which often is so far above or different from the rest of the compensation that she is. We it, she's counter cultural. She comes in with belief systems that certainly sometimes beyond kind of the scientific Rome. But nothing is strange to her like she is comfortable in the strange so that anything that happens, that's unusual to hover is normal. That's such a gift because when moments like death or even ecstasy, like that's why Luna's most comfortable, nothing fazes her because she lives in this different realm of human experience and just so excited to spend time with her. What are you particularly excited about with buck five, you book five is often the book that I think about is the most challenging book to me. Harry is in his screaming, angry, hurry phase, carry Harry, and which you know what would be interesting to. Think about looking as sacred text weather text, physically on the page is different. What does it mean as a sacred text when they are rolling capitals?.
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"With him to great personal cost. And we talked about that together in in the post earlier in the season. And what I like about this is that it's the second tossed in the full book, right? It's the middle of the middle and that right there is where we see Harry make this big choice point of do I stay and rescue people who I'm not responsible for. Do I take what I should do and leave and he chooses to stay. I love that. I absolutely love that. It's not like a shocking turn, right? We're not like what Harry you would never isn't like Drako did this right. We see the, he someone who's willing to break the rules. We see he's willing to stand up for people who are weaker than him. Like none of this is shocking, but I love thinking of that moment as a central moment in his life because it's a huge decision, right to risk your life to save a little girl in Harry is given the opportunity to make it in steps which is true for all of us. We don't decide who we are in one moment or another. It's in these tiny moments and he decides he's definitely the kind of person who's gonna, make sure that both of his best friends are. Okay. Then he just finds that, okay, like I'm not comfortable drawing the line here and I'm just going to keep drawing the line further and further along. And I just see that such an invitation for myself that I can choose moments in, which I'm heroic to say that is the person who I want to live up to. We can let those be the middle of the middle of. Who we are in order to always try to live up to it right. So now now that Harry has decided that he's the kind of person who saves little girls even when it's not as clear or even when it's not is like step by step in order to keep telling himself the story the he's the kind of guy who saves little girls. He's got a keep saving. Little girls does right. I mean, he's gonna take buck Centric spotty in a. It reminds me of a very fuss compensation season one episode, one of the little town in France, Lucia, Mancino, where it wasn't a decision one day to let in strangers when the second World War came around, it was a practice that had been established as a culture that this is what we do. People like us do things like this. And I think that's maybe the defining question of all project in this putt cost is who do we choose to be like, who do we want to become? And then how do we get that? Right. And what is the combination between stories? We tell ourselves in practices Suckley and you know, I'm a little skeptical of stories. We wanna tell ourselves. Right now after talking to Matt, Matt, wanted to tell himself for a long time, the story that he was the kind of guy who saved the little girls and then he was like, oh, no, I'm not right. Like I'm the kinda guy who prioritizes catching a flight and obviously as people who love Matt, we know that he's his own harshest critic, but now I'm scared of what telling myself that story stops me from seeing like, who does Harry not save, who are the little girls that are invisible to him. I mean, this is why I think that the importance of keeping her mind front and center an because of many keeping the house elves front and center so important because there we see just one glimpse of the magical world. Hurry doesn't pay attention to Dobie is essentially as a tool for Harry all the time up until the very end. And he only realizes his love for dopey Darby's death, and there is someone that he didn't even. Try to save. He wasn't even thinking about Dhabi until w. peers in book seven out of nowhere. So that such an important question for us to remember as we as we lift up the things that Harry has chosen to do, but you know what? I don't want to castigate hurry too much for this because to be human is to choose something and not something else. Like I don't want us to have a bar of perfection for Harry. Oh, for ourselves in any of these choices because that is impossible. There are only so many days and so many resources and so much human energy for us to live our lives. Third about castigation. It's about wanting to make sure that I'm always trying to do better. Right. So it's I like to think of myself as the kind of person who when someone asks something of me, I say, yes. But then the question is is like, who is asking me for things that I'm not hearing right? Who is it? That doesn't feel empowered to ask things of me. I want to constantly be problema ties ING whether or not I'm successful at that. I think we have to ask ourselves those questions. Have Harry. As the kind of person. And he realizes and decides on this book that he's the kind of person who's going to risk his own life to save a stranger. We then have to ask him, but who isn't part of your understanding of who is your responsibility to save or what are the dangers of the fact that he is now defined himself as someone who saves people. We see it really worked out well with Mr. Weasley. In the next book, into some extent kills serious the fact that Harry sees himself as the kind of person who saves people and sincere dying. So I just think that it's great to tell ourselves these stories about who we are and then Matt, his really called meet to be problema touching that also or to be reflecting on it. That's beautiful. Casper. Do you have anything in your life that you're just like that was so satisfying? Like when you use the last amount of ink and a pen? I like when someone has just dropped that trash in public and they can still see me picking it up looking at them right in the eye and putting it in
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Slash Harry Potter to create your free wedding website. Maybe the reason that I liked Zola so much is because it looks so much like Zoltan. Canessa it's time for the long view. This is the time when we think about our title character. Harry Potter on his great adventure through the seven books because so often we'll talk about a bunch of stuff that is adjacent to hurry, but kind of lose sight of his arc of narrative. So let's think about what happens to hurry. He is prepared, you know, for an exciting. Yeah. He goes to a new experience at the quidditch world companies little sad that there won't be any quidditch that year at school, but he's excited to get behind cetera as the school champions or whoever's going, it's going to be and through no fault of his own is thrust into the limelight. Once again, how do we see Harry change? What are the stages that we see him go through casper I love taking this long hair because in season when our thesis of Harry in book one is that book is sort of his introduction to the wizard ING world. Doesn't that feel like an age ago? Not not in time. But just in who Harry walls just up, I experiencing and alley the innocence that he has a, it's a world away from where we are now. So much has happened since then book to we really see him get comfortable in Hogwarts. It becomes his home is what we realized. And then in book three, it's the first time that Harry gets a sense of a family receive in lupin and understanding history of his parents that it's the first time that he can really envision himself going home somewhere from Hogwarts. Let's not the dirt sleaze. He's able to envision himself soon book for, I'm wondering if we've gone from, you know, Hogwarts to home at Hogwarts to a sense of family. I think that in book four is where he starts to see himself as a political figure as a figure who is going to have a role in sort of his nation's history that has been established for us in book one, chapter one, all over England. People are. Their cups to the boy who lived. And I think that this book is the first time Harry starting to understand what that meant. What do you think? I think like disagree with finis. I think that's still too early. I think thoughts book five for me because what I really noticed about how our Ian this book is if book three was about him, finding belonging and about family connection that book fuller is about him individualizing in in a very healthy way. In some sense, he's discovering his sexuality a little bit right? Like he's excited to date show and it doesn't happen despair boulevard, but I still feel like he doesn't have the political agency yet to really make his own moves. I feel like he's still to some extent opponent other people's games. So then what do think the like if you had to say this is the year, right? What is the story? We wanna tell about Harry's fourth year, right? The thing that really stands out for me that kind of might be defining the Harry is that he has chosen something in this book and there's many choices we can talk about. But the one that I'm really thinking about is in the second tossed when he stays on the water maze, finished rescuing Ron, he sees cho- rescued. He sees hominy rescued and he's waiting and waiting until Gabrielle is going to be rescued and she isn't. And then he takes her up with
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"Number one song about harry's i dream in the spanish chapters quote he had a very strange dream he was walking through forest his fireboat over her shoulder following something silvery white it was winding its way through the trees ahead and he could only catch glimpses of it between the leaves anxious to catch up with it he sped up but as he moved faster so did his query harry broke into a ron and head he heard hooves gathering speed now he was running flat out and a head he could hear galloping then he turned a corner into a clearing end that's the end of the dream so there are two different ways that we can read interpret that dream both of which are delightful one of which obviously is as foreshadowing for the stag patrol this that harry will produce in the prisoner bhaskaran climax he thinks he seeing his father he realizes that ultimately he was watching himself across timelines produce this and that he thus has the strength within him to do it here and then there's the roy really deep deadly hallows for shadowing of harry following snipes dope patrol us representing his love of lilly yeah through the forest toward the sword that would allow them to destroy a hawks never to speaking of the fraternise the silvery white inc patrol us or even the full the partial of the full as we say it's worth asking after lupins lessons how powerful is a buggered you know like harry feels the effects of of an actual dementia when he sees it right so it's reasonable to ask how far could that go yeah it can't suck out his soul how much do now according to researchers at cram the general belief is that baga can mimic certain aspects of a thing into which transforms but not the full potency of it so for some examples here other the dementia the screaming shameless boggled banshee doesn't kill everyone even though real benches yell would have the full moon bugger doesn't transform lupin and etcetera etcetera etcetera number three yeah another dream quote harry slept badly i dream that he'd overslept in the wood was yelling where were you we had to use neville instead then he dreamed that malfoy and the rest of the team arrived for the match riding dragons he was flying at breakneck speed trying to avoid spurred flames from ouch steeds mouth when he realized he had forgotten his fireable he fell through the air woke with a start so again two ways to perceive the foreshadowing here the first one is another harry neville tie we've spoken already in the ask van bundle here about how the neville harry ties are really starting to pick up in frequency in this book here's another one and then of course dragons and brooms the idea of harry having to veda dragon with foreshadows the first task of the try was retirement yes number for some samore foreshadowing ron says that lupin wasn't in the hospital wing when he was supposed to be quote ill of course we're wolves can't be in school sick bays when ron and harry wonder what's up with this her mind whom they're feuding with tut's and says guys it's obvious snakes lesson in the buggered helped her connect the dots but of course she doesn't say anything until the frigging of the book you could have mentioned this by the way a little earlier when ron keith open harry's shrunk the sneaker scope goes crazy because scattered a key peter pettigrew is there by the like that's another one let's things going off at nobody's like oh the seeks cope that you bought me should we be concerned about this trae lonnie says that she's forseeing that lupin won't be with them for very long and you know what she is correct when harry lubin have their lesson lupin calls back the boggled we again see the silver or key the moon there's some good harry things show is hot for shadowing here keefer the goblet of fire and really key for the order of the phoenix storylines ronza celeb after the.
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"Harry in the mobile world beginning it prevent dr move onto diagonally then king's cross than the hogwarts express it onto the castle these openings due to necessary things which ruling and ask a ban balances wonderfully i they provide exposition in context for the newbies people who for whatever reason have decided to ask ben will be their first harry potter book second because the settings are static harry comes into a tight focus for returning readers who can't help but notice how he's changed from the beginning of the previous story when we meet vernon and petunia this time around what you notice is their still antagonistic towards harry but they also fear him there fear always defines them even apart from harry think about how vernon response to seeing series black on the muggle news on that maniac escape from what you that to write the d'ors leigh's have always reacted with fury to anything that challenges their idealized world view of aggressive normality and harry simply bags this thing in their home as always done just that in the past vernon petunia with simply of shunted harry under the stairs or locked him up literally like a prisoner shoving food to him through little like freaking cat door now while the relationship is still mean nasty antagonistic it involves more negotiation the jerseys fear harry why one they do not know the extent of his abilities to at age thirteen they can no longer pretend that he does not exist and three hiding him isn't an option anymore so the jerseys can't control him thus they must in a strange way respect him the result though still employs is a more even relationship than in stone in shaper consider harry's deliver mr told aunt mars at harry goes to reform school and he needs his nephew to play along the last thing he wants is for march to somehow blunder into the truth that harry is unusual criminal fine sure incurably criminal great unusual no no no no harry has always kind of implicitly understood that this is the case but unlike in passbooks he now feels confident enough in himself to leverage his relatives fears to get something he wants to get his uncle signature on that permission slip going toe to toe with the dark lord twice and winning will do wonders for your self confidence well said harry choosing his words carefully it'll be hard work pretending tan march i go to that saint what's it say brutus averred kimberly criminal boys villa don't go and harry was pleased to hear a definite note of panic in governance was vernon then threatens harry with a beating a beating and comes at him with his fists balled up but harry doesn't even flint doesn't even back up and he gets for the moment anyway his deal it is not it turns out so easy for harry to keep his end of the agreement because marge insists on speaking ill of lillian james quote it's one of the basic rules breeding she said you see it all the time with dogs if there's something wrong with the bitch there'll be something wrong with the puck the wine glass that she's holding she says this explodes and she thinks it's her firm grip but petunia and vernon suspect harry and harry knows he did it he has to remove himself from the kitchen in order to calm down he thinks quote it had been a long time since he'd lost control and made something explodes since he was upstairs alone.
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"So casper one of the like bad ass for my knee moments happens in this chapter so bad us to be on this is the first time i noticed it so harry's has been given the money and molly is like fawning over him and it's very sad man all of a sudden we hear like a slap and it is her mighty capturing rediscover when she's in beetle form and this is how rita has been getting all this information and her mind is just figured it out and caught her her my news about torture rediscover for pretty prolonged period of time sicker najar threaten her and keep her in a jar for weeks i mean i forgotten love this moment and it is impossible because we're seeing the completion i think of an og of hawaii's character that started way back in book one when we meet hawaii she's all about following the rules she's about asking teachers for permission she's about not daring to miss a class right she's a goody two shoes and that it starts to shift as she wants to be friends with harry and ron and she starts to see that the other things that are more important than just the rules which we've talked about a lot with money at this point what i love is that she's not even engaging the people who set the rules either to like ach permission to do something to find out why the situation is as it is she's doing all of this independently and then even when she takes action she's known involving other people especially not authority figures in the celebration all that because it might risk the action that she has chosen she is judge jury and executioner here and really you're okay with that i do think that it's inspired by disillusionment i think she's like apparently the daily prophet just prince stuff without more than one source apparently in a magpie are not well regulated that's right i decided that that was the plural apparently all sorts of things and she's like fine if that's the way that you're going to run your world then i'm going to do this my own way and especially if she seeing the state infrastructure literally collapsed in front of her with fudge just not willing to take responsibility i think she's cleared that we've entered a new age she's the first one to really catch on a suddenly amongst the student body and that's going to continue with the creation of the order i find that very compelling and curious what if she had said to dumbledore hide i know this looks like a bag but does it actually rita and dumbledore had dealt with a deal with rita and had been like we won't turn you in if you print volta more has risen again i just think that your face right now is so i own all i'm thinking is dumbledore would make like a second gamekeeper those so insulting to hag read i think that her mind is reaction to disillusionment is like so the only person i can really trust is myself that's true and that leads to all sorts of missed opportunities yes to some extent that is like the moral of all dystopia novels you can never trust anyone except yourself in that is the thing i think we are existential potentially most scared of is that everybody else is in on something and we're the only ones who we can trust in her mind he is letting her disillusionment lead her to acting out of that fear the bad has already one if she doesn't feel comfortable with her mighty louise's grainger i just made up that middle name it's good one thank you doesn't believe that she can go to dumble door in this moment or macgonagall well what you'll point into his i think maybe slightly full cycle to me she is certainly rejecting the established institutional leadership an obvious with artie figures but what we see in the next book it's not that she only trusts has self but she only trusts systems institutions that she's pot of making that she has a voice in and so i think the fact that she builds this incredible team out of like school children than takes on these death eaters and know is able to get through it speaks to just a little more nuance in what i do think is a totally picture.
"harry" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"For harry these people look at his scar and think they understand all about him he's the boy who live to just like on the girl was no hair i also a fascination with body language in one book or another i read that staring directly at someone's forehead can be one of the most disconcerting looks you can give them and in most cases it result in a negative reaction and distaste for the onlooker but both in my an harry case the person is normally acting out of curiosity not malice so when it happens to me i always think to myself while would harry do and i'm fine thank you guys so much i love the show and it was great to see you guys net lanna by thank you so much for sharing the m i so appreciate both your courage and boldness of just being open about the fact that you wear wig and then also sofa giving in the moments when people out of curiosity as you say look up at your forehead and i was thinking i'd probably do the same thing and so your spacious nece unwillingness to understand that as curiosity rather than malice i think is so powerful and i love the way that you draw on harry in a klark to from the books to kind of inform how to respond in a moment like that i've never thought about full had so much at so good in what you shared about how somebody staring at your forehead can be so disconcerting that really resonates with me i'd never thought of that i'd never heard that before but that makes sense me right it's like i am an inch lower fuel hook an inch lower you will see me viewer you're not seen me in that frustration in that sort of like out of body experience yachts slick you being looked out rather them you'll believe four irked all yuccas when we look into each other's eyes this a searching sexually reminds me of in a when you're in a big broom and everyone sitting down looking at the from maybe the speaker or some sort of service going on and someone walks in at the buckled as a commotion at the back and the temptation is to kind of look behind you and see what's going on and i i'm always trying to manage myself and justic focused on why we're here because i feel the.
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