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Dinesh Has Some Praise(?!) for Adam Kinzinger
"May seem like a bit of a surprise, but I'm going to say a few words and praise of Adam kinzinger. What Adam kinzinger, the guy who the guy who decided to vote well, he voted for Trump's impeachment. He's been on the January 6th committee with Liz Cheney. But here's a key difference. Adam kinzinger has a little bit of self recognition. Liz Cheney does not have any. I mean, let's start with Liz Cheney. I mean, the idea of getting absolutely routed in your primary. And think of it. You got the Cheney dynasty. You've got all the money you have outspend Harry and hagerman. Harriet hagerman is a kind of a nobody. She comes out of nowhere and no political experience. She's running against you. And you lose by like, what, 35 points, 40 points, according to Trump. I mean, this is humiliating. A normal person would be like, oh my gosh, I don't know if I can show my face in public at the very least, I've got to recognize I did something to offend my own base. I insulted my own voters. I gave them the middle finger. Now they're giving me the middle finger. This is not good. But it would lose Jaime. None of that. You basically, I'm like Abraham Lincoln. I'm like general grant. My loss is really a victory onto the bigger ones now. This is like this shows a level of psychotic delusion that it's hard to even know. I mean, this is somebody with a ridiculous, absurd ego. And I mean, politicians have big egos, but this is the limit. Now, now contrast this with kinzinger, who I think at least recognizes that he got clobbered by Trump. In fact, he was asked, did he does he believe that he quote won in the feud with Trump? And he goes, no, he goes, he goes, Trump won. He was evidently interviewed by WGN, and here are skins that are quote. Yeah, he won in the short term at least. So, you know, he kinzing is trying to minimize it, but nevertheless he admits,
Judge won't ban potential jurors who watched 'Surviving R. Kelly' docuseries
"Publicized the allegations of abuse against singer R. Kelly has become a central issue in seeding a jury for his federal trial in Chicago I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest U.S. district judge Harry Lyon and Weber denied a request from R. Kelly's attorney to automatically exclude anyone from the jury who had watched the 6 part documentary surviving R. Kelly However the judge asked potential jurors about how much they watched if they did how much they remembered and if they could stay impartial at least half of the people questioned Monday were dismissed generally because they acknowledged they could not maintain fairness Kelly is charged with rigging his 2008 child pornography trial which he denies
Tuchel, Conte clash as Chelsea, Tottenham draw 2-2 in EPL
"There was a wild finish to Tottenham's two two draw with Chelsea which featured an equalizer by Harry Kane in the 6th minute of stoppage time managers Antonio Conte and Thomas Tuchel go to each other in the second half and were eventually shown red cards following a postgame shoving match Tuchel felt both spurs goals should have been wiped out by infractions I can not understand how the first call is not off site and I can not understand since when players can be pulled by their hair stay on the pitch pull other people's hair stay on the pitch and attack in the last corner The antagonism began when Conte barged into the chest of Tuco following Tottenham's first equalizer in the 68th minute I'm Dave fairy
Who Will This 'New and Improved' IRS Target?
"In the meantime, back to this IRS thing. I mean, I'm just kind of offended. I sound like I'm like, you know, one of the woke ones right now, 'cause I'm offended, everything. But I'm offended when they think that the answer is to somehow just go after every Tom dick and Harry and Jane and Susan and Sally. And this is who will be affected. It will be your middle class. As much as they're going to try and tell you, oh, it's the 1%, no, no, no. Just in terms of, if you have that many IRS agents, who are they going to go after, and they can't, as I keep saying, they can't go after. The people that they should go after were just the billionaires, they get away with the great deal on the tax front because we've got lawmakers that are so concerned about making sure they have enough money for their next campaign. I told you yesterday about all the money. I mean, Kirsten sinema is one example. She's got donations individual donations from the private equity industry totaling over 500,000 for her last campaign. I mean, that is a lot of money, right? And I'm just looking at the numbers 54,900 from executives over at KKR, 35,000 at Carlisle, 27,300 over at Apollo. The private equity industry is a very big lobbying organization. In fact, they probably spend more money than any other industry right now. They're on K street and one of the reasons they're doing this is to give themselves the beneficial treatment when it comes to taxes. Do you know the Chuck Schumer? Collected 1.28 million from the private equity industry, including Blackstone and KKR, so you really think that he's that interested in raising taxes on this particular group of people. Go back and listen to Monday's podcast. If you want to explain or they're on why this is income and why it should be treated as income and why this is just highway robbery, frankly, of the American people and of our government, but these people in Washington I'll tell you the whole system is so darn corrupt. When you see what just went down. And when you see that they're going to effectively inflate, again, the U.S. economy artificially by spending all this money while simultaneously adding another 80 billion to go after everyday folks from the IRS all all while saying we're going to give a pass to those private equity investors. I mean, give me a break. It's not investment. It's income and they need to be taxed as such. Anyway, it's really pretty disgusting. But the whole thing is just disgusting. I mean, the idea that they want to pass this off, the name itself as somehow an inflation reduction act. Guys, you're just spending more money. All right, before I get to that, I do have one more thing I want to mention to you. You know, it's summer and we're all looking for movies and I don't know about you, but it's kind of hard sometimes. Kind of hard to find a good movie that you can enjoy watching that is representative of your values. I think that our values have gotten kind of lost and pop culture these days. And it's one of the reasons why I think it's important for all of us to think about what we're watching and who we're supporting when we watch it, right? Are you really into Disney right now with all their bogus? Or do you want to try and seek out some alternative sources of entertainment? This is where this movie in particular comes in. When I was a kid, I used to watch Cameron on that, what was that show? Oh, you know what? I got to look it up right now as I'm talking to you. This is how you know I'm recording in real time. He had that sitcom, when I was a kid, what was it? So anyone who can answer that in the questions below, extra super duper points, go to you. I'm going to come back to that in a second because it's going to drive me crazy. I remember that sitcom really, really well. Anyway, he's got a new movie out a new movie that he's backing. He's a very big Christian. He's an growing pains. Growing pains. That was the sitcom. I remember that now. Anyway, he's got a new movie that is just out. It's pretty neat. It's got a good message, and I think it's worth taking a look at as you're looking for things to watch and be entertained by. So this is called life Mark. And in this movie life Mark, it tells the story of David who has this very comfortable world that gets totally turned upside down when his birth mother, unexpectedly reaches out to him, and she's looking to meet him. He's 18 years old at that point. She only had the chance to hold him once, and she went looking for him and he finds this out. So it's really, it's an interesting storyline and probably one that happens a lot. He gets encouragement from his adopted parents, and so he embarks on this life altering journey, which really is a process of discovery and it leads to a pretty staggering truth from his past, inspired by a true story life mark is a powerful reminder that one decision, one choice can impact so much more than one life. It's a pro family pro love pro forgiveness pro reconciliation and pro new beginnings kind of movie.
Tom Tradup: Trending Events at CPAC
"Harry, what's your title? I suppose it'll be a vice president of news and talk programming, but here at cpac, I'm best known as the only person in the entire convention that does not have either pants or a shirt or both made out of an American flag. Well, come on, get one, get with the program. Where's your flag? No, I feel naked here. It's unbelievable. You told me. You texted me today. Two things that just cracked me up. First of all, you said, you don't want to miss Marjorie Taylor Greene's session. It's called I'll take my committee back, please. And then you said that there's a, I guess, a session called the invasion with both Myra Flores and Carrie Lake. Is that true? That's right. Yep, Carrie Lake is flying in right after her victory in Arizona yesterday. In the GOP primary and she and Myra Flores who you've had on the show before Mike and you know very well from the Rio Grande valley, they are going to have this place exploding today. But it doesn't take much. I mean, Mike lindell is making a speech, Rick Scott, the U.S. senator from Florida has got a plan to rescue America. He's going to reveal JD Vance is here from Ohio that he's going to be talking about the rise of the hillbilly, which would be him. And then tonight, our mutual friend Larry O'Connor is hosting the annual cattlemen's ball here in Dallas at cpac and the guest speaker is Steve Bannon.
Maybe 'Harry Potter' Isn't So Bad After All...
"Of a cult in Harry Potter is made up magic. It's not real. J. K. Rowling doesn't think that you can fly on a broomstick and play this modified game of soccer that they play in the movie. These are not, this isn't the real occult. There may be one exception in the last movie. They tried to contact the dead. It never really went anywhere. But generally, the kind of occult that's in Harry Potter is made up magic out of Rowling's mind. She doesn't believe it's really true. She just made it up according to her. And by the way, she's an Anglican Christian. I don't know if she's born again or not. No extra charge for this, but she has stood firm on the transgender. In any event, she says, look, I put magic in here because it gives the kids a kind of power they don't have, but the center of the story is not magic. The center of the story is human nature. And she says, Harry thinks he can fix everything by waving a wand. That's not true. Whether you can wave a wand or not, you have to deal with human nature. And that's what this whole story is about. Now, didn't Narnia osso have magic. Well, that was just my second point. You're way ahead of me. Narnia and Lord of the Rings, chronicles and RD and Lord of the Rings have magic in it too. In fact, in lord of the Riggs Gandalf is a wizard and so is Harry Potter. Why are we okay with Gandalf and Lord of the Rings, but not Harry Potter? The reason and this is where they'll say, okay, Narnia and Tolkien or Lewis and Tolkien had Christian arcs, but you're saying Harry Potter does too. Oh, yes, I'm saying Harry Potter. In fact, this is going to probably give you some negative emails. We argue in the book, Hollywood heroes that out of all the characters we cover and we cover a lot of characters in this book that arguably the person, the character that parallels Jesus more than any other in modern fiction is Harry Potter.
Why Harry Truman Refused to Drop the Atomic Bomb
"I love the conversational style that Truman uses here. He says, now once in a while, I'll get a letter from some impatient person asking, why don't we get it over with? Why don't we issue an ultimatum make all out war drop the atomic bomb? And for most Americans, the answer is quite simple. We're not made that way. We're a moral people, pieces are gold with justice and freedom. We can not of our very free will violate the principles that we are striving to defend. The whole purpose of what we're doing to prevent World War three, starting a war is no way to make peace. An interesting point of view there because, again, he viewed the involvement in Korea. He viewed the involvement of the use or non use of the atomic bomb, was that they were trying to avoid a war. And at this point in time, the lord had lived with the world he lived 8 years without any kind of other nuclear devices being used, atomic device being used, and he viewed that as a success. Now he also was very adamant in saying that, look, using these devices would end the Cold War. It would end the communists with me, but it also end hours as well. He understood that the forming doctrine of mutually assured destruction and that was what was coming on.
The Buck Stops Here: A Deep Dive Into Harry Truman's Final Address
"Here you had Truman walking in cold to the presidency. No transition, no uptick, no up brief. And it is interesting that the way he talks about this, he spends those first four months. If you think about it, the UN was getting formed, Germany was getting ready to surrender. You had Japan and the battles in the Pacific still going on. And him just finding out about frankly the Manhattan Project and the use of atomic weapon not only finding out about what he could do, but then actually being called upon to use it. And he made the decision. He talks about it in the speech. He said he made the decision to use the bomb so that it was saved in his words and his reasoning was to save hundreds of thousands of lives of not only Americans but Japanese and that's why he used the bomb and now in that matter of four months of becoming president to the time the ending of the war in August in Japan, he began to then have to deal with a economy and a country that was rebuilding after World War II. All of that in. Just a matter of a short a matter of time. That's why I believe when you see the first half of the speech, he talks about what he did. He talks about, you know, the fact that he tried to get Eisenhower up to speed, he talked about the hours that he put in. He talked about. The deals that are coming along that he had to deal with on his desk and how many times he had to shake hands and how many times he had to sign signatures. And you really look at this and discuss it because he makes a point in an issue of making sure that the president's job is a big one. He wanted you to know that it mattered and that he took it seriously. In fact, he makes a point and he talks about his signatures, but he talks about all the government work. And I love how he puts this. He said, the papers, my circular around government for a while, but they finally reach this disk, talking about the president's desk. And this is when he says this. And he said, then and then there's no place to go for ask them to go. The president, whoever he is, has to decide. He can not pass the buck to anybody. No one else can do the deciding for him. That is his job.
Some Things You Probably Didn't Know About Harry Truman
"In this speech, I want to talk about it was given on January 15th, 1953, a lot to see, but it also goes into a lot of what basically service is, is from the people like Harry Truman, who believed that their service in life was from a calling of their upbringing. He was the 33rd president who was born in 1884 and lived most of his life as I said outside independence, Missouri. Most people don't realize that he actually early in his life as he was trying to win best, his eventual wife, that he wanted to make something himself. He actually was a farmer, worked on a farm, got jobs, but he opened a haberdashery in Kansas City. So he did men's clothing. The store went okay. It didn't completely pan out. But it was a story of someone who tried in life and succeeded to appoint in business. But that was Harry Truman. This was somebody who was always trying to do more. He also served in World War I, which made a great impact on his thinking, especially as it came later. He also met the pendergrass family during his time in the army which later led him to his public life as a judge and then also which a judge in that time was more of like a county administrator. And ruler, but also he led him then to what became the United States Senate and how he got to Washington D.C.. So a lot just going on there. An interesting couple of side notes not only he had trouble getting into the army. In fact, he couldn't see. He had a very bad eyesight. Outside of his glasses. And the way he got in there is, again, a lot of great individuals in the world adapt and overcome and Harry Truman adapted and overcome. He actually memorized the eye chart. That's how he actually got past his eye exam. So a lot of stuff that went into Harry Truman's life that a lot of people may not know, he was also very accomplished piano player, played piano in The White House, played piano. A lot of places. It was a very much of an icebreaker, a lot of times for Truman. He was also one last thing before we get into this speech itself. He is the last president that we have had that did not have a college degree. And he
Harry Truman: A Simple Man and the 'Accidental President'
"Always thought when I was in Washington and serving in Congress, I always viewed it as an honor, a privilege. It was something that I looked at as a duty. Not just to myself and my family to do the my best I could, but to the people that I represented. Harry Truman was an interesting, interesting individual. This is a man who, again, if you look at it, you would never say, if you took his background, you would never believe that this gentleman would have become president. Much less a senator or anything else. He started off in his life in Missouri. He lived most of his life in independence, Missouri, just outside of Kansas City. Small lived on a farm, very shy, very socially at times if you read biographies about him very socially and awkward. In fact, there's a book. I went to the Truman library. And he actually kept an office in the trim and library up until the time he died in the early 70s. He kept an office and that office is still left the way he left it the day that the last time he was there. And if you look around, you see the simple realities of a man from the Midwest. You see a simple reality of someone who believed that his part in history was important, but that really he wasn't the important part. He viewed what he did is out of a Call of Duty and respect for a country that he loved.
Judge says Prince Harry can sue UK govt over security plan
"A judge in London has ruled prince Harry can take the British government to court over his security arrangements in the UK Harry and his wife Meghan lost publicly funded police protection when they stepped down as senior working royals and moved to North America in 2020 the prince wants to pay personally for police security when he comes to Britain and is challenging the government's refusal to permit it Jonathan Swift now says the case can go to a full hearing at the high court in London but adds a conclusion at the permission stage that a case is arguable is some distance from a conclusion that the case will succeed at a final hearing Charles De Ledesma London
Prince Harry challenges divided world to reclaim democracies
"Prince Harry marks Nelson Mandela day at the UN Britain's prince Harry challenged people everywhere to adopt Nelson Mandela's spirit of hope in today's divided world We can find meaning and purpose in the struggle We can wear our principles as armor Heed the advice Mandela once gave his son to never give up the battle even in the darkest hour In a keynote and often personal speech to the UN General Assembly's annual celebration prince Harry spoke of a special photo he was given On my wall and in my heart every day is an image of my mother and Mandela meeting in Cape Town in 1997 Which was just 5 months before the death of his mother Princess Diana I'm Shelley Adler
Congress honors WWII hero of Iwo Jima with ultimate salute
"World War twos last remaining Medal of Honor recipient has been given another rare honor in the capital Herschel woody Williams was just 5 6 135 pounds Not the biggest marine Yet he was a force of nature on the battlefield House speaker Nancy Pelosi among those paying tribute to Williams who died last month at 98 He is just the 7th private citizen to lie in honor in the capital rotunda 77 years after Harry Truman awarded him the Medal of Honor for his actions on Iwo Jima With the number of World War II veterans dwindling senator Joe Manchin from Williams home state of West Virginia says this tribute was fitting He was the greatest of the greatest generation Sagar Meghani Washington
Jan. 6 rioter apologizes to officers after House testimony
"In Ohio man has told the House January 6 panel he got caught up in Donald Trump's lies and tried to apologize to police officers for joining the mob that attacked the capitol Before January 6th Stephen ayers says he was just a regular guy A family man and a working man And a hardcore Trump social media follower I was hanging on every word he was saying When the president summoned backers to the stop the steal rally I felt like I needed to be down here So ayers came here with no intention of going to the capitol until Trump said to Just following what he said Ayers says he was mad the election was stolen He's now mad Trump still claims it was I had you know like horse blinders on The whole thing changed his life And not for the good Ayers is among those charged with federal crimes related to the riot He lost his job sold his house and after testifying approached four officers who were at the capitol that day Michael fanone says he accepted a versus apology though it does nothing for him Harry Dunn refused Sagar Meghani Washington
CNN Admits Jan. 6 Hearings Are Not Moving Polls
"And you see Jake tapper and CNN's Harry enten, who's the pollster at CNN, admit that all the supposed drama of the January 6th select committee isn't moving the needle one inch, well, if you're a Democrat, you might be looking at one another saying Houston, we have a problem. And Harry, we've talked before about the poor polling for Democrats heading into this year's midterm elections, have these hearings changed that outlook at all. Not really. No. I mean, look, before the hearings began, you know, they began on June 9th on June 8th, my average of the polls that generic ballot had Republicans plus three points. Now, where is it? Republicans plus two points. You could make the argument that maybe there was a slight change, but the fact is there's so much news going on. This is not much of a change at all. And I think there's a pretty good reason why, because what is the top issue for Americans at this point? And who is trusted on that? The top issue for Americans at this point is not the January 6th committee hearings. It is not Donald Trump. It's inflation, according to 33% of Americans. That is the top
Last remaining World War II Medal of Honor recipient to lie in honor at US Capitol
"A World War II hero who passed away Wednesday will lie in honor at the U.S. capitol Herschel woody Williams was the last remaining World War II recipient of the Medal of Honor the nation's highest award for military valor when he died last week at the age of 98 At age 22 he received his medal from president Harry Truman for heroics during the battle for Iwo Jima in 1945 a marine Corporal Williams went ahead of his unit and took out Japanese machine gun positions The West Virginia native went on to become a longtime veteran service representative and is also remembered for helping gold star families with an annual motorcycle fundraiser In a statement House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer said that Williams will lie in honor at the rotunda of the U.S. capitol at a date to be announced Schumer described Williams as an American hero who embodied the best of our country and the greatest generation
Britney Spears Is Not Better
"I don't know if you took a peek at Britney Spears recent Instagram post. I know I had a hard smash cut there from Harry Styles to Brittany, but sorry, I have Brittany brain. I go from one topic to the other, but she's not any better. Britney Spears has been out of the conservatorship for a while now. We've been talking about her Instagram post and the things that have happened in her life from the new puppy to the miscarriage to the new trip to the new house. She's doing everything she can to keep juggling all the things in her life and yet everybody can see. And look, I'm not a friend of hers. But close friends of her who see what I'm about to say need to tell her Britney, you're ready for another crash. And you might not survive this next one. Because she literally is not any better. She posted this Instagram message the other day. Haven't been on my honeymoon yet. Got married and moved into a new house around the same time, not the smartest thing to do, then came 6 emojis. Oh, well, it's coming together. It's so weird. I wake up and everything is new. New pool, new kitchen, new bed. I think I'm in shock. Figuring out a couple of things. I definitely like being outside, but I also like being inside too. Okay. My art is 6, so my dogs are in pig head. Change is great as my kids say. That's fetch. Since I'm so uncool, yes, I will keep sharing. It keeps you on track. My family has always had a way of letting me know, well, I guess I have a pretty good way as well. Took a nice dip in my pool. It's so bright. It has a nice chill spot. And it's like, I went down in four times already. It's hella fast. I cut off all my hair. It's short now. My husband just made me street, made me a steak. Life is good. I cut my hair, my husband made me a steak. Life is good. Who talks
Maine Insurance Agency Slammed for Racist Sign
"This person ain't gonna be able to live this one down, ladies and gentlemen, a major insurance company or a major issue in this company's terminated their relationship with a main insurance agency after it allegedly displayed a racist sign about Juneteenth holiday earlier this week. A photo taken Monday, which the communist news network has obtained shows a signed taped to the inside window of the Harry E Reed insurance company in millinocket. Maine. Now, before we get to the story, have you ever heard of millinocket Maine? Well, you know what? We did our research. Miller not get made got 4000 people in it. And 90 plus percent are white people. And the only black person in the city took a picture of this fried chicken and collard green sign. So let me read you what the signs say, Juneteenth. At the very top of the sign and then it says you can see it here if you're watching on TV. And then it goes down and it says, it's whatever. And then below that, it says, we're closed, and then below that, it says, enjoy your fried chicken and collard greens. Now, before I got mad at this sign says, I actually got hungry. Because I love fried chicken. And collard greens. Especially if grandma cook it. When my grandma cooked, it's off the chain. But the young lady comes out. I don't know if this is a young lady or not. It says the person who said they posted the sign issued an apology on Facebook, writing, in part, in part on the company's page. I am so sorry for any pain, I have caused in a negative attention I have brought to our beautiful company. I don't want to hear it. You only sorry because you got in trouble. It is unacceptable.
"harry " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Time coffee on the store the big existential question for me about Harry's house was like where he fits in the pop landscape. I think we talk about him as a big pop star as an a lister. But when I think about the other big players in the pop realm right now, you know, you're in a Grande's your Dua Lipa's, your lizzo's. I feel like each of those people, every time they put out a new album, it's shifting the landscape of pop. I don't know that that's what this is doing. I'm kind of stumped about what bucket to place them in and also if there's just a new category of performer where performer is the operative word. Like maybe he's not so much of an artist as just a performer. You know, it got me thinking about how much of his success or his appeal is just like tied up into this idea of like the way he plays with gender and like his performative masculinity and just how fun his live shows are. I love kind of considering where he exists in pop landscape in my mind in the last ten to 15 years of pop music, boy bands themselves, the voice would have been like the biggest thing of the world and also right outside of it. The music is never totally aligned with whatever's happening and sort of pop mainstream to sort of seeing Harry as a solo artist kind of also be one of the biggest performers in the world, but also kind of separate from what is happening contemporarily. Because I think of him as like right now the only sort of young rockstar because he is playing rock music that is heavily guitars with the exception of like a Billie Eilish or Olivia Rodrigo who are pulling from rock music over the last like 20 years as opposed to 50 or 60 in the case of Harry Styles. So that also allows him the division to sort of stay in his own lane. So it's interesting. I feel like he's sort of enjoying being able to be outside of that conversation also hold his own, but then I think the sort of danger of that is typically his live performance and also just his handsomeness can sometimes sort of eclipse what he's doing musically for much more keen to talk about him running around on stage with the pride flag than we are about the integrity of his songwriting or something, which I don't know if that says more about the record than us or perhaps both in concert. It's really exciting to think about, I guess. All right, well, we want to know what you think about Harry Styles and about Harry's house. Find us at Facebook dot com slash PCH and on Twitter at PCH age. That brings us to the end of our show, Serena Toros, Maria Sherman, thanks to both of you for being here. Oh, I'm delighted to step inside Harry's house. And I love talking about the man, so thank you very much. Anytime. This episode was produced by Candace Lim and edited by Jessica reedy, hello, come in, provides the music you are bobbing your head to right now. Thanks for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR. I'm Steven Thompson, and we will see you all tomorrow when we'll be talking about Top Gun: Maverick..
"harry " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"When we get in you pop when we get intimate, I was like, that is just like hearing the word penetrate in a conversation. That's like the exact wrong combination of words. But what about the way he pronounces intimate? I think it's so funny. I get a kick out of it 'cause it's like he adds syllables. It sounds like there might be a D in there. It's over this slick as hell basically. I think it's fun. Not sexy, but certainly fun. It's just very much a vibe. It's kind of rolling along. But in the background, he had to go into the studio and go be like, set up. I feel like I'm the sole Harry defender here. I like cinema and I think my appreciation for it was heightened when I went to the Harry Styles one night only in New York concert along Long Island. The girls were going nuts. I think because it's so fun to sing a line, like if you're getting yourself wet for me and one of the verses with a group of thousands of people, perhaps because it also felt like, oh, if this is Harry being the most explicit about sex studies ever been, even if it's still a little coded, that feels new and revelatory. And I think that for the fans is very interesting. I also really love Matilda, the idea of realizing or working through past traumas or experiences with family members or whatever it is. But I think it's sort of a beautiful place for him to write from that he hasn't before. So for that can kind.
"harry " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Is joy. Hi tony tomato once again. You know harry. Lennox is known for his roles in the matrix movies and also a brief stint in zack snyder. Dc universe man of steel and batman. V superman john of justice on television. We see him. Weekly as harold cooper on. nbc's the blacklist. I spoke to about a movie. He was recently an alternate universe rescue mission and also project. that's very dear to his heart. Revival here is my full conversation. Talented actor harry links. Let's talk about Alternate universe It kind of hearkens back to the movies. I used to watch as a kid on on the wonderful world of disney. When these kids were kind of doing this science related project. What was it that attracted you to to play the principal. Well i liked Everything about it. You know the first thing was that. I love science particularly the hard sciences and so forth i think the ability in particular two days the imagination young people is is great and unique and i think that's how i got into it was just because the ideas behind it that you can be in two places at one time. If you're a certain kind of particle or have entangled with you know similar particle that you can Take great shortcuts through space and time by going into a wormhole or something you know these are. These are deeply imaginative and philosophical ideas. Actually make you think about the nature of life. And then the other thing that i loved about about the project was it. They were working with high school students. Yeah and professional cool crews so. That was something. I had done on a project of my own. Some few years ago called h four fairfax high school and got a lot of the kids to be crew. Crew members and some of them are now professional filmmakers. So this is. I think a perfect fit was right right in my bailiwick former educator and you know somebody likes to think about very very cool. Yeah i just i like that fact of it. And it's so important for kids kind of motivated and excited about science and i think we're entering a good age for that so kudos for you know for doing the project Was there any any special effects you had to deal with it all. I don't believe so. I was pretty much in the analog world presented of the old fashioned way outta g. I guess i if i'd nonetheless that i know there's plenty of it in there. I don't have to be you know putting on motion capture suits. That's okay yeah yeah. It's not a bad day. It's definitely that thing..
"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"There's people that need to help solve this issues or natalie challenge so the there's opportunity surrounding all that is going to be hard struggle for some people Abaza tuition for others And i think some people are gonna come out ahead because of what they saw in in the issue at hand so But i think what you're doing is is awesome. You're putting out great content. You're helping people with with. The books are putting out and With just sharing your knowledge I think it's great. So we can with harry go check out. His website is a nelson What hardiman dot com artem dot com. you can check him out finally on facebook instagram We disconnected unlinked ten so Check him out there and I'm sure be happy to have dialogue with you. Chat with you answering questions you have. And of course we need his help reach out to him and his firm and i'm sure they can help you out so Harry thanks so much man. I really appreciate it. It's been a great conversation and Just look forward to having your upstate up on the website here soon. Now thanks for having me on kevin really a pleasure to be with you. A great great great chance to talk and I'm grateful for the opportunity to thank you absolutely all watching. Make sure you learned a couple of these things from harry and if you need any marketing assistance reach out to us a ray law dot com will help you out to be a rockstar. Like harry here so For watching thanks so much vol- taught you soon thanks..
"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"I was junior lawyer at that point in his eyes. And i did this case. At the end of the case he owed the government back like one hundred and fifty dollars like i. I got nine one one. Four million nine hundred thousand nine nine thousand removed from the judgment. And i had the judge actually crying at the the pain that is that these people are suffering which he was helping them and so i had he was an example of a client who became evangelical and started telling everybody in his network. You gotta be working with harry. So i was definitely a beneficiary of a lot of those people i to say like i..
"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Hey there i'm kevin daisy and i'm eric olson. You're listening to the managing partners. Podcast where we interview tob lawyers about how they're growing their firms. All right we are live everyone to tune and welcome to another live recording the managing partners. Podcast i enjoy him with a special guest today. Harry nelson harry. Thanks so much for coming on and join us all the way from l. a. Yeah my pleasure kevin. Thanks for having me on the managing partners podcasts. Now absolutely look forward to learning more about your practice and in how you mark your practice and all this thing. So i think i was saying before pre show. I'm less familiar with healthcare law. And so i'm looking for to learn more. I'm sure others tuning in washington. The future are looking forward to as well so as always pleased asking you questions while on this live Harry will do his best to answer those questions and to ask away sure. There's a lot of covid related questions that might much happy to take whatever questions people have. everyone I'll ask more suffering than the comments. Put some links out. So you guys can connect with harry if you wanna look him up as handle I believe is your Is this your instagram handle. Yeah so h thin on On lincoln and i'm out there people can find me guy you can. Google has all over the place so yeah check him out. And let's get into it so first off just a introduction to tell us about yourself a little bit personally and It was kinda cool. I'm in virginia beach virginia. He's la already mentioned that he's a came. He's been in virginia when he was a kid. And things like that. So super cool tells a little bit about yourself where you're from and and i guess you tie that into Towards the end of how you started your your practice. Yeah i'm happy to so. I was born in Brazil my parents were americans. Living down there but i grew up From from the age five Ford i grew up in michigan. My my folks are still there. I identify as a mid westerner and a michigan..
"harry " Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"Went up against cornerbacks who couldn't who couldn't handle, then they go to a place like Arizona State, where they don't play defense in the Pac-12 and things are a little bit easier for him, you know, and they can, they can get their production and there was everyone's like, oh, your mom, your first round pick and all this stuff and maybe you know, some, some guys don't have to go to class. Some guys do have to go to class whatever it's made easy for them, just is You know, and then you then you come to the pros. Now, after high school and college, you expect everything to be the same. And now, all of a sudden, you got six three guys who run for three. Who don't let you off the line of scrimmage. And yeah, it's tough job. Now, what are you going to do? Are you going to go look for a change of scene or or maybe? All right. Maybe somebody's going to hand me, the ball out in the flat so I can run. Or are you going to keep trying to get better? Try to work with the coaches? Hey, coach. Go to your coach to say, wage, right coach. How do I get better? What do I need to do? What do I need to work on? How can we do this? You know, it's not working for me to this point but I'm confident in my ability and it will work at some point. I need your help but instead you're like, no, I want to trade and I want to go elsewhere, you know, Nick if I were Bill Belichick, I would let after this going public which you do not do with the Patriots, you know, cuz I'm sure of his agent thinks. Oh yeah, we'll get a trade now, he'll get a better opportunity before Camp of get in there before Camp. If I were belch, I have felt like screw you. Now, we're going to keep your ass till final shut down and if nobody trades you a bag of used football's we're going to cut you and now you gotta go. Try to find a place on a 53-man roster or on a practice squad in September. Good luck. Good luck catching passes this year. That's what I would do if I were Bell check, there's a lot to say first of all. Instead of, you know, listen, I think people get into the semantics game. I don't think anybody would be looking at this situation could disagree with this statement. N'keal Harry and his agent took the path of least resistance. How you feel about that. Some people might look at it, especially if you're a foreign player and saved, always, he's doing something strategically, he's not a good fit, you know, he's tried to work with the team behind the scenes to get dealt because he knows he's not a good fit, he just wants to move on, others, will look at it and say, well, he could try to compete and try to become a fit. And instead he's asked out, so it's the path of least resistance, which I don't know how that plays with other teams. If you're another team and you're looking at this page say if you were interested in n'keal Harry before are you still interested in him now? Because you might look at this and say oh is that the guy that he is like is he always going to choose the path of least resistance? And is that the kind of dog? I want on my roster..
"harry " Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"Well, we're just off of the Fourth of July. We've got some Patriots news randomly at this time of the month and we also have apparently a Twitter fight, Greg Bedard Brew House self move to the middle of a melee. And now chaos is breaking out, Albert Breer, reading and texting and talking to you and you've got people who are obviously a little bit younger than you fired up by what you tweeted. So, as we get into the n'keal Harry, talk, let me first ask you Greg in, this is a dangerous thing to do now. Cuz we're in the middle of this, kerfuffle has Judge Judy would stay home. Let me ask you, your take on the heel, Harry's agent coming out yesterday and requesting a trade. Okay, so look, everybody on here. And Nick everyone who listens to our podcast knows that I am, I'm not reactionary. I don't just throw bombs. Throwing bombs, I sit and I think about things and and ruminate a bit, and when I thought about the n'keal Harry situation from all sides, My conclusion was, he's a quitter. You know, that the going the going got tough and he said, you know what, I want out. Now in look, this is this is the reason why I think that Jack Nick Number one. And this is to go against so just to give people a little contact. So I wake up this morning and like Trey Wingo who I think works for some sort of pro football network now, so I think that's why he's in the mix now. He's off spna more, he's in the Pro Football mix. He took issue with me calling a quitter. My buddy will Blackmon from BC from Rhode Island, black bird with the Packers for a long time. I go back, a long ways with him. He took a little bit of an issue with me calling the kill Harry quitter, Rob Carpenter, great, Syracuse wide receiver. You know a good solid Pro wide receiver to also took issue with me calling n'keal Harry equator and what I would say to those people is that And I would say this to a lot of people who don't really know what's going on with.
"harry " Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
"It's merriam webster's word of the day for june seventeenth any in quinta of fake. The whatever about this baby domingo. Yeah pro which by the way in quinto regardless komo's in the saint. John's bay brian. I salute every web rewards could be x five selected in november norway. Zubeida we dc. Benny offer valid does not to the indoor. Today's word his hairy also pronounced harry and spelled h. a. r. y. Harry is a verb. That means to make a pillaging or destructive raid on to assault. It can also mean to force to move along by harassing or to torment or as if by constant attack. Here's the word used in a sentence from the new york post by larry brooks. There was little puck support in either zone. The rangers were pinned for shifts. At a time and were harried into turnovers. While unable to apply more than token pressure in the offensive zone was there once a warlike man named harry who is the source for the english verb the name mirrors one particularly belligerent. Harry does come to mind. Shakespeare once described how feminine and fire accompanied the warlike. Harry england's king henry the fifth. But neither this nor any of his namesake's are the source for the verb. Harry rather harry or a word resembling. It has been a part of english for as long as there's been anything that could be called english. It took the form hagan. H. e. r. g. i. n. in old english and harry n. h. a. r. i. e. n. in middle english passing through numerous variations before finally settling into its modern spelling. The words old english ancestors are related to the old high german words meaning to devastate or plunder or host army with your word of the day. I'm peter sokolski visit marian webster dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending cups..
"harry " Discussed on KR Live Podcast
"Disguises harry potter's quill between his teeth and reached underneath his pillow for his ink bottle. And the role of notes slowly and very carefully crude the inquiry dipped his quill into it and began to write pausing every now and then to listen because if any of the dust lease hot the scratching obese quill on their way to the bathroom. He'd probably find himself locked up in the cupboard under the stairs for the rest of the summer the does sleep family of number four privet drive. Was the reason that harry never enjoyed his summer. Holiday brennan petunia and their son. Dudley harry's only living relatives though a moguls and they had a very medieval attitude towards harry's magic harry's parents who had a reach and visit themselves they will never mentioned under dustless roofs for. He is entrepreneur. Nia an uncle had hoped. That eve kept harry as don readiness possible they would be able to squish the magic out of him but to fury they had been unsuccessful these days. They live in terror of anyone. Finding out that harry had spent most of the two years at awkward school of witchcraft and wizardry the most they could do however was to lock harris public's one cow drain and broomstick at the start of the summer break and forbid him to talk to any of the neighbors separation from his books have been a real problem for harry because he's teachers at hogwarts had given him a lot of holiday homework. One of the essays particularly nasty one about shrinking potions was harassing least favorite teacher. Professor nate. Who would be delighted to execute an keith harry detention for more than a month. Harry had their for seized his chance for the first week of the holidays while alkyl bannon onto tunisia and that deadly had gone out into the front garden to admire oncle violence new company call in very loud noises with that. The rest of the streets would notice to harry had crept downstairs. Picked the lock on the cupboard under the stairs grabbed some of his books and he didn't them in his bedroom as long as he didn't leave spots wink only sheets that does lease need never know that he was studying magic by night. Harry was very particularly keen to avoid trouble with his aunt and uncle at the moment as they were already in an especially bad mood with him all because he'd received a telephone call from fellow wizard one week into the school vacation. Ron wesley who was one of paris best friends at hogwarts came from a whole family of visits things meant that he knew a lot of things didn't but had never used a telephone before most unlikely. It had never been uncle bannon. Who had answered the tearful but unjustly speaking harry who had happened to be in the room at the moment froze as he had loans voice answer. Hello hello can you hear me. I want i want to talk to harry potter. One was yelling. So loud that vernon and jumped and held the receive a foot away from his ear staring at it with an expression of mingled fury and alarm quiz this he rode at the direction of the mouthpiece ron wazzani ron beckel back. As though he he an ankle vennen was speaking opposite and so football food. I a friend of harry's from school uncle vanden small allies. Swivelled around to harry was routed at this point. There's no harry potter here. He rode now holding the receiver at arm's length as the frightened it might explode. I don't know who you are a was cool. You're talking about never contact me again. Don't you come nia my family. And he threw three super back onto the telephone as poisoned by spider. The fight that had followed had been one of the worst ever. How dare you give the money to people. I don't like people like you. Uncle vernon had road spraying harry Run obviously realized that he'd gotten her into trouble because he hadn't called again. Harrys other best friend from hogwarts harmony grandma hadn't been in touch either. How are we suspected that route had won her money not to call which was fatigue because have was the cleverest which in harry's ear and muggle parents knew perfectly well how to use the telephone. And we'll probably have had sense not to say that she went to hub wigs. So harry had no word from any of these visiting france for five long weeks and this summer was sending out to be the most obvious west. There was just one very small improvement up to swearing. That wouldn't here to the lettuce. That any of the spent sent parodi been allowed to lettuce. All had out of this night oncle vernon had given in because of the record hedrick. I'd been making in her cage or the time. Harry finished writing about wendelin the red and post to listen again. A silence in the dock house had broken only by the distance grunting. Snow of is enormous. Cussing dobley it might be very late. Heavy don't and he's is what itching with tiredness. Perhaps he must finish the essay tomorrow night. Replace that top of the in quarto. Cool the old pillowcase. From bed put the flashlight a history of magic book. His sc quill an inconsiderate. Got out of bed and he the lot under the loose flow under his bed when he stood up stretched and checked on the time on luminous alarm clock beside his bedside table. It was one o'clock in the morning harrison. Give us funny jolt. He had been eighteen years old without realizing it would hold our yet. Another unusual thing about harry was how little he looked forward to things. He had never received a but the cut in person in his life. The does miss had completely forgotten ended. Not his last two buddies and he had no reason to suppose that the remember this one harry walked across the darkroom pas hedrix lodge empty cage to the open window. He lint on the seal the cool nights On his face up longtime under the blankets hedrick had been for two nights now. Heavy wasn't worried about her. She'd been gone fees long before but she hoped that he'd be back soon. She was the only living creature in that house would give a h at the site of him. Hurry.
"harry " Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten
"And we're back. We have two new Iowa polls monmouth university poll and a CNN Moines Register media compound both showing essentially eventually a four way tie at the top of the Democratic primary field. Although which candidate holds the top spot is different depending on the poll. Harry can tell us if that matters so let's dive into it got All right we'll take a look at the CNN. Paul I in the top four there CNN The Moines Register Media Compo Senator Bernie Sanders at twenty eighty percent Senator Elizabeth Warren Seventeen percent Former mayor people to judge at sixteen percent and the former vice president fifteen percent Close race clear top for their none of them really with a significantly over any of the others well within the margin of error ticket this Mama University Paul however that came out just a little little bit afterwards. This poll had a different person with the highest vote percentage Former Vice President Joe Biden twenty. Four Percent Senator Bernie Sanders eighteen percent former mayor KUBOTA judge at seventeen percent and the senator from Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren at fifteen percent in both of those polls no other candidate was above eight percent. In both cases. Amy Klobuchar was running in fifth. Does it matter who's on top at this point just looking at it or is it all about the trend. I mean I know I know to which No I do believe it matters that who is if you know that one candidates at top on the top versus another then that candidate does have a slightly greater chance of winning. The Iowa caucuses a better chance of winning. The Iowa caucuses than the other. But it's really not all all that important but but hold on things are totally contradictory right. I mean if there's senators two point five percent margin varies. You probably do. But if it's top for all within the margin of error let's say but everyone declares the Bernie Sanders is now in pole position that psychologically makes pretty sanders. People think that he's likely to win. So people cluster towards a winner that is that misreporting effectively. I live four way tie rather than this is actually a great question and all thanks man. I said it I but I said it differently. Walk Together kun-bae I went on the air on Friday night and the way that we defined our CNN poll was that there was no clear leader that any of those top four and a top tier here together. And I received a lot of you know what from certain people and social media because how Dr Ice stuff how dare I say that Bernie Sanders was not you know. Oh He's now how is how is there. No clear leader. He has the highest percentage in the poll but the fact is with the margin of error plus or minus four percentage points and especially knowing that That applies to the individual candidates not just a margin and obviously there are other types of errors that are potentially possible that is really a tight tight race and that's why we call it but no clear leader and that is why yesterday I say in Iowa at this point there is no clear leader and in contrast to that same Paul Moines Register. Their headline was all about pumping up Bernie being on top and from folks in Iowa who were pissed off about that for the very reason that Harry didn't do that. I mean if I have to say this one more time message. Two hundred and fifty thousand doesn't stop listening to twitter. Stop this is why I don't listen to twitter but I am pretty You know and that's actually actually something. We found out from this poll. which was that Joe Biden support was Ten points lower among those. WHO said they were regular twitter users than among those who said that they weren't and that's a pretty significant difference field in which we have such a tight tight? So what I've definitely started to hear from Politico's goes on the ground at Iowa is that they're hearing from voters that their first and second choice is like Biden Sanders. How how is that possible donkey nonsense but what I know that happens? I can remember when we first started this out and I'd be like Sanders has has thirty percent support. Among self described moderates. Harry's answer is ideology doesn't matter that much but I mean if if literally if your top choices are are Biden in sanders than your name. Id voter not anything else voter or your way. I want to be Donald Trump voter and you think these two who are the best two chances. And you're just as Harry said not an ideolog no way that if you're thinking something resembling logic you can't think that both Biden and Bernie Sanders. Our board voted likely breach logical. Correct loading is agree. It's an emotional an emotional thing for folks but typically you got the theory the case right. You'RE GONNA play up the base someone ideological get the base fired up your corporate Bernie Sanders person or you believe you need to win over swing voters in swing states and you need to make sure you win back folks who voted for Obama Biden in the past the voted for trump. You can't those two things are opposite but still might be happening. Okay what is history. Say so people floor pulling where they are now so Caucasus since two thousand what the Democratic and Republican side. I looked at the polling average person who ended up winning. The Iowa caucuses focuses allocating undecideds proportionately and the result and the median difference between the two polling average and the result at this point for all those different winners with six points of. Where are they were polling at this point and what the result was so that to me is an indication that when you look at these two poles and you see that if you were to average them that it's well within and you know a few percentage points that history tells you that any one of these candidates can logically win so it's not just about margin of error? It's also about the fact that these campaigns can slightly shift or sometimes majorly shift you know in two thousand and four for example John Kerry even when you were allocating the undecideds pauling seventeen percent and the ended up getting thirty. Eighty seven percent of the vote and that was like this one that had basically four candidates on top which is why more and more more and more people are saying. There is a real chance that you come out of these early states. And you've got four leaders you gotTa Shotgun you've got a shotgun approach but you know reinforce to people what they they should know and should definitely know by the time we're into this Iowa caucuses not like any of the others the way the decisions are made or not. Who are you going to vote for? It's it's partly a process of persuading his Kate Suasion so what interests me is. Who People's second choice who are they firmly supporting Because that's the only thing that can account count for a John Kerry coming out relatively nowhere in. Oh four and and that's what's interesting to me is that you know you still only forty-three forty three percent of folks who say they are firmly decided According to Monmouth University and and there's still a lot of wiggle. No Room that that this could it ain't over yet folks for real friendly isn't okay. Can we switch gears if you wish you really do have something else no. I'm really interested in kind of I understand Biden's and Buddha judges voters can be somewhat fungible. I don't see how Bernie to Biden works in a caucus. Explain this to you and you are not receptive to new information. I've just on this deal. JUST THEY WANNA BE DONALD TRUMP. They see those two. ooh formidable likely candidates to win the primary so they wanna be on board with it. Boom case closed moving on glad. I'm here adrenal way. Okay switching gears after after failing to qualify for this week's debate cory booker announced. It's not only because of not making making the debate stage that he is ending his campaign in an email to supporters. He wrote this in part he wrote. It was a difficult decision to make but I got into this race to win and I always said I wouldn't continue if there was no longer a path to victory John You I told you I've announcement came at the top of my show. Oh this week and I thought of you the moment that it happened. Not only do I think of you all the time but you have talked often about is a fundamental mystery in your mind of the Cory Booker. Candidacy What a good retail politician it He is and how it hasn't translated. Wh What do you think it look this is is this remains one of the mysteries of the cycle and clearly. It just wasn't his time. I do think there are a number of factors at play. One of which is I think the press corps has known for you too long and other voters don't know him well enough that's interesting But but I don't think that accounts for most fundamentally Cory Booker is the united not a divider talks about you know the beloved community and he talks about love a lot and he's very earnest some folks to think to a false so it's fascinating to me. The number one hit on him is somehow that he's in authentic and I think that's kind of a loaded term but I do think if you're looking for a clear contrast Donald Trump. It's hard to find a clear one cory booker. And he had the second highest number of endorsements in the entire group. I always hate it when a candidate who's a doesn't has gone this far and doesn't at least give it a try in the first couple of primaries even if you're not likely to win a handful of candidates who got no prayer and Helen. They're still in the race. Because you WANNA give it the proof of concept At first though I thought you know maybe it is because he refused not to go negative enough. He didn't draw attention to himself in a negative way. That we we cover the car crash And that unifying message wasn't breaking through but there there's there's an x factor that doesn't account for that and that's the rise of Pete Buttigieg a far more Nana mayor fairly inclusive centrist message much less good. Frankly retail politician in order and Buddha judges done brilliantly and booker wasn't able to convert. I don't think it's the last. We've heard a cory booker And I think Rebecca Balk wrote a beautiful through twitter thread about covering him for the last year and it's one of the rare things. I'll just say folks you go back and look at it you know. Familiarity breeds contempt particularly on the campaign trail. If you've been covering someone for a long time and she had remarkable things to say about him as a person. She walked away liking him more at the end of this period. And that's rare. Yeah that's where where do do his supporters go somewhere. Is that something to is that a conversation that I mean we. There's so few of them I will say Tom Hausky..
"harry " Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten
"Hello everyone and welcome to the forecast. I'm Kate Baldwin here with my colleagues John Avalon. uh-huh scared how everybody. Wow that was wiped out. I tried a barbecue joint last night. Ah I was hanging out with Kiki Friedman no Friedman is a great American. He is a great American No I Just decided to switch things up because you know you you look like you just woke up did you. I haven't just woken up. I will say I'm in desperate need of a haircut. Oh is that what. I'm that what I'm looking at right now. I think that's is not a hat and Russia I I'd probably spend top dollar top dollar for that actually have a hat pat and it is black that I'm going to bring in. I'm going to wear it and you're all going to be like. Hey Harry Oh it's GonNa go you know what we save that for Halloween or save that for poem mm-hmm I will I will but no I think that we're GONNA take this even further. Let's do this. No I think I'm a little Stressed out when I'm stressed out I Have Hair that. Your hair is indicator of stress. That is correct. It's an interesting respect that mine too actually off the move anyway. We'll talk about pulling her fashion one. Whatever might as well Harry's I quit already like today it's GonNa be you and we have long? This one got local up folks on Tuesday. Six Democratic candidates gathered in Des Moines for the final final primary debate. Before the caucuses on you should all know this. Put It on your calendars tattoo on your forehead February. Third we're going to recap all the highlights for you a tool suck but it will be a quick doctor's visit for emergency laser job going to recap the highlights for you including from the debate not your Tattoo job including the memorable warren versus sanders moments. That happen during and after the debate. Absent from the stage was cory booker among others but cory booker was the candidate who dropped out of the race just days before the debate. We're going to look at why Booker's campaign never really gained traction and what might reveal about the kind of message that voters are responding to this cycle and finally with less than twenty days to go before Iowa we've got new polls out from the Hawkeye State and we're GONNA look back to previous election cycles and take a look at what history tells us to put these polls and context for you since there was clearly a lot to cover this week. We are going to skip the forecast. Oh is that why you're mad. Oh that that is. It has something to do with that. I'm sorry you're staying. How dare everybody? But I'm looking forward to this debate. Recap let me just say I can tell he won't even it is not good. That's how you can tell these upsetting and the wallet seems long as extra thick today. Okay moving odd. The Tuesday's debate saw the new feud between it's strange the things. There's a feud between them but there is between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren spilling out on the stage leading to one of the the most memorable moments of the night. That moment was Warren making her case. For after the controversy over what was said behind closed doors between join the two of them in two thousand eighteen. Making your case why a woman has the best chance to be Donald Trump. Let's play the moment my friend and I am not here to try to fight with Bernie Ernie but look this question about whether or not a woman can be president has been raised in. It's time for us to attack it head on and I think the best way to talk about who can win is by looking at people's winning record so kind of women beat Donald Trump. Look at the men on the stage h collectively. They have lost ten elections. The only people on this stage who have won every single election that they've been in are the women. Amy Jo. I see this moment in what you heard from Warren Right there as Warren's closing argument to Iowa voters I'll go out on a limb and say it if it is what does that mean. Just tell me you agree with me. I'm going to say I agree but I'll take it in a slightly different direction in the obviously warns playing offense last night in the debate. Her best argument was her entire energy during the debate she was the happy warrior on stage. She had the best debate. It by far I think it's not a stretch to say that this was her campaign doing a brushback. Pitch on Bernie got him on defensive and put the focus back on on those two. I think she will benefit from last night's performance. Not necessarily the fight with Bernie frankly I don't think You can lingering thing that decides votes in Iowa like where are we now. Like men and Harry's got some data back this up but I don't think at the end of the day I will voters as pragmatics. They are in terms of folks who is best chance of beating Donald Trump. They're going to be persuaded by Ken and Women Win. But it's about electability says Elizabeth Warren Harry. Why do you have issue with us? I just Oh boy goodness gracious. Oh you ever watch Seinfeld right. There was that episode where are wrapped into one Bryan Cranston as the dentist decides to convert to Judaism and Jerry Seinfeld as concern that he's converted to Judaism for for the jokes and then he goes to the priest and he says are you're in this offense you as a Jew and he says No. It offends me as a comedian. This argument offended me as a political analyst. And let me explain to you. Why defend me as a political analyst? How dare she can fight her electability record with that of Amy Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar has won thrice in a swing state has beaten the democratic baseline by ten points or more each of those three Senate runs Elizabeth? Warren has run twice twice for the United States Senate in Massachusetts and each of those times. She's underperformed the Democratic base line in that state by double digits including in two thousand eighteen when when she only one by twenty four percentage points which I say only because it's Massachusetts and the Democrats who are running for the house combine won by thirty six points she underperformed how about Hillary Clinton did. And so you know what it may work as an electability argument on stage to me. It's an electability argument. That's really a gazing okay. Can I that was not rangers. His platonic ideal of the argument was beginning with Seinfeld reference. Slow boil use of the word thrice really deep election data data involving Rip Democratic Baselines. And then if we could radical which we can because they're on stands and everyone be mags tags. It hurts your ears Harry. Harry is deeply upset by this. You know what I will say Harry and I would never question you know. Every time that I would with argue that Amy Klobuchar bid based in historical correct data or not is more than happy that that that association was made on the stage. She's fine with it. Sure I mean look the happy with it. The majority remember it. She says Iowa you hear. Liz remember that. Say I'm more electable. Midwestern was warned xactly clear majority of democratic caucus goers in Iowa are GonNa be women. the clear majority of how much of a majority of ood close to sixty percent depending yesterday The same nationally in terms of Democratic primary voters And you do know from you know. Let's say there was an NPR Paul from earlier this year you know. Eighty three percent of Democrats Super Marras. said they'd be enthusiastic about about voting for women so clearly. They're trying to play off of that. Clearly she's trying to develop some sort of a gender divide fight. That's going on there. But I I I just I just saying like I I would hope if not implore move past this obviously people are okay with electing a woman to be president. I'm going to argue. This is not where the democratic debate needs to be. I don't know why it is despite my trying to fight with you. I don't know why the conversation sation is around. Can't a woman be elected president because brings Andrews his campaign at least said that the day after this whole thing exploded loaded. They had their best campaigning. They had the best day of the campaign. So it's fine for him. Well him he has his base of support. But I think the the obvious question is that if you're Elizabeth Warren and you're are looking to try and separate yourself from Bernie Sanders and you're trying to perhaps change the status Abbas quo of Biden Sanders to Nationally particularly then doing this type of thing. Look I can definitely see that because I'm going to venture ventured to guess while they'll always call each other watch they'll say it more often now which is like subliminal. We're no longer friends will be like my friend Elizabeth Warren my friend Bernie Sanders. You're going to totally okay. That's Because their friendships over because that was this back and forth has been dirt e not nice. Just take a look at that awkward moment after the debate which true signing Bernie was was caught unaware about this and he kept making the point that Hillary Clinton correctly one won the popular vote by two point. Nine million votes I will say it's not that Hillary Clinton or her staff will say that Bernie. Sanders helped their campaign. Effort Winnings Bernie won the popular vote by almost three million lose with Warren came up and and refused to shake his hand And Tom Style walked up and was like oh I would just walk into. That was some great. You know body body language awkwardness. I will say that you know too much of I think. The debate analysis has been focused on that issue. And that moment Do you think that is is because because the press has a conflict by us and I will say there was a bit of malpractice in the debate last night. Two hours before the debate you had brand new information sent over by Adam. Schiff regarding the house impeachment inquiry showing that the president's personal lawyer was trying to get a meeting with the president of Ukraine and their notes saying that Biden was they wanted investigate Biden and not a single Democrat candidate raised that and that's malpractice or that's telling the role that they think impeachment is not helping them when it comes to closing the deal just from surfing the cycle. You know. It's like they got frozen. Last night was first. Do No harm debate. I think that's I I think you couldn't you make the argument. That's entirely what the debate was because one of the big question going in was we're just talking about which was gonNA pick door number one door number be. I love doing to train his sale. Are they going. Are they going into fight or they going into play nice and why and why do they choose one or the other strategy. It seems everyone chose door number be which was playing Nice deescalate. Why figures move right or is it? Because that's what this goes to the whole you can use pagezy Gezi. This might be a pro appropriate application of that game of how. The Iowa caucuses are played. I don't want to Piss off the supporters of my competitor. Because I want them to. I want them to get me roundtable. look you have four candidates all of whom are surfacing around that fifteen percent threshold which is necessary serie in most individual caucus sites in order to get delegates second choices do matter And I think that you saw that to a large degree on the stage on Tuesday night. which was they did not want to perturb the supporters of the other candidates because they WANNA be able to pick up some votes in some different places? Just let me just note as well to Mr Avalon Recent Iowa Caucus poll conducted impart Are sponsored in part by CNN. Also the Moines Register media communist about a slew of different issues We're interested in the issues that affect which candidate you will support for each of the following. Please tell me if it's extremely important just import or or not that important as you evaluate the candidates we asked impeachment. Do you want to guess where that ranked on that list. I'll give you a clue. It was dead last in terms of extremely screamingly important clue. But they're gonNA know my points actually different. It's not about impeachment it's about surfing the cycle intelligently. It's about updating your information so you can combine both with.
"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
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"Obviously also about Harry sacrifice and the mirror to willies and his face protecting the other people. And all because he wanted to make some kind of point about his own dominance. How many times over the course of the book? Did he stop people from doing stuff because they might kill Harry? And it wouldn't his death would not come at his hand thereby proving his true dominance over his this boy. And that at the end is the thing that fuck the among many other things it's just so beautiful. The symmetry is beautiful tonight. Have that again, very tough. Last couple just to mall thing. I missed the end is seeing Harry chat with Dumbledore portrait in the headmaster's office. I really love that scene in the book, and that's entirely it would've been really nice to see that. I think especially given how condensed kings crosses that could have carried a lot of weight in the film getting that moment, and then finally, Harry snapping the elder on. I I don't understand that first of all just if we wanna go straight time line here fix your own want. I right. He didn't do that in the movie at all. But come on to me that always felt like let's prevent questions about a spinoff. Yeah. Like, if we leave the wand in play everyone's always gonna ask us forever about it. Let's bring it enough weird. Number three. The extremely goblet of fire voice. I love magic award for best use of depiction of introduction of magical item place thing. I agree with most of yours. I'm gonna go. My my top one is peer told them locomotor scrip. I always wanted to spell. It's really wonderful. And, you know, just like the idea that one of the things I love about the battle of Hogwarts in the books is the idea that the castle? Is defending itself with every fiber of it's being. Yeah. The paintings the bricks that stash shoes the people within our just fighting tooth and nail and brick and mortar and lumber against the power of voldemort. And so it's really see that transferred to the screen in the form of all the suits of armor marching. It's awesome is really really awesome. I mean, it's visually very compelling film. You know, obviously anything that's heavily CGI based how will hold up over time. It's probably a question. But it looks cool. And I remember do you remember the poster that was one of the main like marketing devices for the film, it was it was it was a picture of high on fire and said it all ends here. And I just was like, I actually I bought it. I bought it. Wow. I was like this is why you know. I just can't wait to see this come to life and. All of it. Just looks great. It's very resting and compelling. I agree with you about and also the statues, not only that idea of the castle defending itself. Like how his all of your senses. You feel feel the throne. You hear it wonderful. And there's that moment when before that when macgonagall is like, okay, let's prepare the defences, and it's just a frenzy people running all their actions, and you see the portrait's running the ports of the dogs and the portrait's bounding between frames I love that absolutely love because it's to me. It's like as I've said numerous times just give me more magic. Yes. Give me more magic. I love any of the magic. Well, that's why this is a fun category. And especially for for this movie because we do actually get a lot of attic seeing the gem no curse of this..
"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"Hello, friends, Harry Potter and the sacred text. Did you know we're coming to California on March twenty first we will be in Los Angeles, California and on March twenty four th we will be in the bay area. We're doing live shows in both cities. And we love you to come. Find your tickets and find all other details at Harry Potter sacred text dot com and click on the big orange button. That says life shows casper. Are you gonna Applegate there or take your broom, oh, I'm planning to use the flu network because actually California has famously wide flus? Sure. Chapter nineteen the lion. And the serpent Harry felt as though he were carrying some kind of talisman inside his chest over the following two weeks. A glowing secret that supported him through his classes and even made it possible for him to smile blandly as he looked into her for. I'm Vanessa tan and I'm cusp Kyle. And this is Harry Potter and the secret taxed. Every summit my family, and I would drive the eight hour drive from far Stroh in England all the way to the north of Holland while my family had like a shed house and eight hours is like a long time to be in the car with three sisters and two parents and the only so many times you can play torn by Natalie umbrella on repeat, and so we would invent all sorts of games to kind of distract ourselves. And some of the games included if you'll stuck in traffic, do a puppet show with the little hand puppets that we have in the car or if you're my sister like polio pants down and moon. Everyone who would drive in possed because we didn't have a TV as kids. We would pretend that the window in the car was a TV like what's on your. But sitting in that car driving being with your family, but also kind of alone if you put on your headphones or something I have some of my happiest memories playing these silly games to help time poss and a theme for this week's compensation is distraction, which immediately to me sounded kind of negative, and it made me think of these companies were actually like the distractions became the fun of the journey. Like it became more than a pasta. I'm it became a pup of the journey. Like, this was a way that we'd sing together that we wouldn't right? We'd sing along to the radio. And so I I'm really interested in thinking when is destruction something that hides from the thing, we should be engaging with and when is actually the very thing we should be paying attention to. What did you see question doesn't the story? Make you want to learn how to drive no. Because I love looking out the side window looking at the TV. XM we're in the car together. And I'm like, you're Terrel navigator. You can be like I was just looking at the TV just watching TV. I hope I'm a good navigator. We're actually my favorite navigator. I'm not kidding. When children. I I took a long road trip to Kentucky. I kept giving instructions by saying take a left and no point two miles, which is how you would say in English and he kept saying, so what is it? If it's no point to. I got so annoyed. It took me like fifteen minutes to understand what was going on. Before we continue this rigorous conversation of sacredness. It's time for the thirty second recap. And I have the honour employer of going first this week Asper. Excellent Vanessa here, we go three two one go so hairy Enron have there like I beg quidditch match together in her money. Kisses run on the dozen carry on the. Ooh. And the game like Ranasinghe really poorly in slithering scores on them. I think like three times, and then it's okay because Harry catches the snitch. But while Harry is like celebrating crab Goyal hits them really hard with the bludger. And then they start saying all these terrible things about Ron which they've been saying the whole time. And finally, they just can't take it anymore in Harry them one of the gyms punches them doubled. Doubled. Average is like no. Banned for life. I didn't really get there. You know, study two seconds, thirty seconds. What's the difference? Do. Okay. On your Mark get set go. So we hear Weasley as king Weasley as a king. He say the thing Weasley as king and little do. They know how awesome that's gonna be laid up. But for now, it's like, oh, full and bad. Because why would you wanna be a cold king by this leathermans? Also, Luna creates a lion head, and because of the movie, I always think of it. It's like the stupid costume. No. It's frigging scary because it rolls, but she didn't have time to get up and come out of its mouth. Anyway, she's in the stands. Everyone's watching Harry gets the interest in time even though Li Jordan macgonagall like it's bad. Suit. You didn't take the fact that I didn't get to the last leg five pages of the chapter as a sign that maybe you should focus on them interesting. Okay. Correct. But mostly because I wanted to focus on the key things of the chapter. The fact that like macgonagall number have this big fight about ham. She bandings and turns out she can because she's I'm bridge. And she got even more powers from the ministry. Yes. I agree that none of that is as important as costumes in songs. Correct finesse. I wanna start thinking about this theme if destruction at the very beginning of the top two because as you read in the opening sentences, Harry feels like he has this like talisman in his chest. Right. Like this. This sense. Of sneaky, hopeful empowered something that helps him enjoy the difficulties of potions and defense against the dot cots. Right. Like he has something else where his mind can live. He can go into his mind palace, and like be excited about remembering that Ron can do this job. All never can do this. This jinks or something in this case again, it's like it's something positive, right? Because it gives them hope and it gives him meaning to the suffering. It's helping him make it through just a hard time. So I don't think it's giving meaning to his suffering. I think it's helping him through his suffering. That's not the same as making meaning of it. It's not saying some things are going to be hard. But it's going to be worth it in the end it saying some things are hard. And you don't need to focus on the hard thing. My mom used to say to me. I always wanted to write from age of eleven and whenever I do anything awful. My mom would say it'll make for great story. The end like I had a dual reaction to it. Like, that's not enough reason for me to go. It didn't make the suffering. Okay. But while I was there. I would always pretend to take notes just like right down story adorable reminds me, my friend Caroline has a life multo, which is story value over comfort. So like any situation with his potential story. Like makes it what? Things like that. So I disagree with Caroline, right? Why love I would never choose story. Value over comfort when I have to do something the stories, I tell myself make it better. He's not excited about suffering in this moment because he gets to tell a story about the suffering later telling himself a different story while he suffering, right? Like his mind is able to be productive elsewhere because he's planning the next lesson. Only starting to think about you know, what else the DA can start doing. I had to look up talisman, and it made me think of another exciting potential distraction, the definition most of you probably know is an object typically an inscribed ring or stone that is thought to have magic powers and bring good luck. And I was just thinking that Harry is handed one with the coin that her mining creates. And it's like this thing that he can hold on his pocket. Right. I'm a big believer. And like. Having a literal touchstone or touch coin or like something that reminds you of something positive. It's what I think the Catholics have great with the rosary beads and with the Saint cards, and there's something that you can physically turn to you in shrines. I think all of that is so important, and I love her mind. He gives everybody this one that right? All you have to put your hand on your pocket, and you have a second of respite I loved off from this on the as well as thought sacred object that you can hold onto that reminds me of something bigger something. Holy even very ordinary object. Like fidget spinner or stressful like, these are also material culture that we engage with they distract us not from like, the everyday, but actually from perhaps negative thought patterns that we have will the give us something to do instead of going down like a doom spiral. So I'm just even thinking of him playing with this coin in the classroom, not necessarily like it might be this image of a beautiful weld or. In a freedom that he's working towards, but it might also just like keep him from like shouting in the middle of the clause. Well, I think that we see the difference between secular in a secret experience of this galleon with the difference between Harry and Ron's reactions to it. Cool hairy is like, oh, this is symbolic. I just have to be sure that I don't spend it with the rest of my galleon, and Ron is like like I could ever end to him. I think that there is a negative. Shame spiral thing of like, this is the closest I'm ever gonna get to having a gallon in my pocket. And so I think that for Ron it has a more secular profane weight to it. Whereas for Harry, it's just a reminder of like, I get to teach. And I'm standing up against this woman. Who's oppressing me? And she doesn't even know it, which is such a helpful commentary on how symbols might be the same in the world, but place differently for each of us, depending on the contextual life experience that we've had right like crosses can be. So peaceful. And so beautifully experienced and an experienced some very positively now, but as a child, I was like, oh, this might not be a place where I'm welcome. And then I think like part of the brutality of the practices of the K K K in the sixties is that often like black communities are very Christian communities, and they were using this. They were using burning crosses a violent act. And so to have something that should be wrapped up in like your redemption on your salvation become a violent symbol as awful. Right. So. So casper, a very exciting little moment happened in the book that I like personally had a sacred imagination moment with which is when her money kisses Ron on the cheek I like flushed
"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"Just I just think that she's being held with caretaking standard because she's a woman, and like this is the right thing to do given the sport that they are chosen to play casper. Yeah. Well. The fact that they don't return to the quidditch pitch that she consuls the next practice to me says that she knows. It was a failure that she was like, no one could see each other. It was raining so hard like nothing made sense. Everyone just felt worse off towards I think I need to be more inventive. It's like if you're a. Gosh, what's that Dutch national sport ice skating like long distance ice skating? If it's if there's no ice like don't go on the water, and I feel like Angelina needs to think of what's the like skating equivalent of training for different weather conditions that quidditch games happen in those conditions. Whereas I e skating doesn't happen when lakes are swimming ball. That is correct. I stand down now. I'm gonna keep going anyway because I have. Money. And I don't think that not repeating something means that you thought it was a mistake or a failure. I think it's we've learned how hard it is. We've learned as much as we can. There's no reason for me to net. Right. Like, there's a return on investment of like. Okay. And now, I'm just exposing them to freezing cold for no reason. And I think it's actually a great leader. Who's like, okay. That was just hard enough. And now I'm going to stop. That's not an admission of failure. That's like a wisdom of balance because this is a new team, right? Rana's joined semi how to brainwave which is that the DA is actually also quidditch practice. Right. Because we have we got the whole quidditch team. They're the DA like nearly everyone. I think everyone is. And so this is totally like a team building moment. Sure that helps. Yeah. So what I'm saying is that she has innovated in leadership style. And I'm just saying that we hold women to different standards of men's comfort than we hold men too. 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I was like Michelle why'd you stop reading me to bed every night. It's still coffee time. Where are you? Exactly. I'm washing the dishes, where did you go? Go to OPEL dot com slash Potter. Text Potter to five hundred five hundred that's audible dot com slash P. O T T. Or text plotter to five hundred five hundred and listen for a change. I believe it's time for spiritual practice. Ooh. We are going to start doing this practice of dates, which is Casper's favorite. We actually agreed today. I'm so sorry. I did this that that joke's not funny anymore. We should stop. So that was the last time. I joke. So parties is a four step reading practice that is based in medieval Judaism, produces an acronym for shot Ramez draft and sewed, and the idea is that, you know, a text is as diverse as an orchard, and that you can just put your hand up anywhere in an orchard and grab a piece of fruit, and it will be juicy nutritious. And we can do the same thing with the Harry Potter books. We can pull any quote from this chapter. So can somebody please give me a number between three seventy four and three ninety six. I heard three eighty one. So there are one two three four five six seven paragraphs on this page. Can you give me a number one through seven seven great? So the sentence that we will be doing is hairy was thinking himself back. You would have said that no matter what I said. That's good. Okay. So page three eighty one Harry was thinking himself back. So the first step of price is shot in shot. Twee ask ourselves. What does the intended or the explicit meaning of the text to find it? So this is yet he and runner talking after quidditch practice, and Harry is telling Ron about the visions of voldemort that he's that scar hurt and he's sort of figuring out out loud. What voldemort has been experiencing Hari was thinking himself back. He's trying to remember what it felt like previous times when he felt vulnerables presence because he's suddenly explained like full demo- is angry. And he owning new it as he said it which I thought was such an interesting moment. And he's now remembering the other times when he's he's able to sense Volta most feelings without any Russian explanation of how he knows. It's not right. Yes. I like, it's really fun. I to try okay. Step two of her days is remers and remers is one of my favorite things that we do in the podcast. So we picked a word from the sentence. It means like an allegorical, meaning a possibly metaphorical meaning, but the way that. We do it is the way that rabbis have been doing this for hundreds of years, which is that you can pick one word and track. How that word is used throughout the Harry Potter series. So if we were doing this with the Torah, and we picked the word tree, we'd be like, ooh, where all the trees in the Torah. And we would talk about all the different times that we see trees in all the different meanings that trees can have. So I need your help. I am going to say the very tall person with glasses. Yes. You I want you to pick. One of these words Harry was thinking himself back. Back. Okay. So where else does the word back come up in Harry Potter books? I'm thinking immediately of the back of quarrels head where else back to the burrow back to the borough. Yes. Ten points. Slither that time Turner we go back in time. Okay. Moore's back want one. He brings Cedric back which I still think is like the bravest best thing. He sorry. The pensive you can go back in time and other people's memories. Yeah. That's strolls. How how? Oh, they ride on the backs of vessels. I I'm sure that's great. Actually, what is think you? And beats back, right. Like, they write on Beck's of a lot of things. I also thought of go back to or. Non textual strike that from the record. That's not canon.
"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"On Zola. Go to Zola dot com slash Harry Potter. Finesse. I read a story recently, which I really liked as an image of how we can be fully in the things that would good at standing up power. And it's from this wonderful book about the Jewish spiritual path Musab an in it tells the story about rabbi Hutzel, LeBron's key who apparently was like one of the most learned rabbis in all of Europe. And he's giving testimony in court and the judge asks him, you know, all you the greatest living Jewish legal authority in Europe. And he says yes that is true. And the judge says rabbi Bram sqi is that not rather Holte on your pot? I thought that you'll listen ethics. Teach you to be humble to. It's the rabbi says, I know we ought to be humble. But what can I do? I am under oath. And so he's just like, yeah. Like, I am the greatest living Scuola, and I'm not throwing that in your face. Right. Like you've given me that description, but I'm going to step away from the thing that I'm really good at. So famous I'm ending up with this question of can ever be useful to say, I'm better than someone else. Whether it's about a specific thing that you can do or in even on a moral level. I think yes, I've had two surgeries molasses months in by like all accounts, the second surgeon was a better surgeon than the first. And I wish that I had that information up front. I was just like, oh if there are surgeon at this renowned hospital. They must be a good surgeon, and I just trusted them. And like, I was fine. But I many complications with a much more minor surgery. And so, yeah, I do want to know who is the best and an I had sort of a not great first grade teacher, and my mom when it was time for my younger brother to go into the first grade requested that he not be put with my first grade teacher because she wanted her child to have the best teacher teaching him out of read. And I think that that's. Okay. I mean, this just gets back to like, you'll know it by its fruits. I don't think it's okay for the sake of itself. Like if you're just in a faculty meeting, and it's like who's the best teacher? Like, I don't think that that is productive or helpful. But children learning to read is like a high state in surgery is the high stake. And yeah, I I want the best don't you? But we can't all be in the classroom. And so how how do we make decision? Yeah. Gets to make well and feeling like my child took that spot away from another kid who's just as in titled to that spot. I think it's our responsibility to make a system in which all teachers are good teachers and also Jains are good surgeons. But I don't think it's our job to sacrifice our children's ability to learn by giving them a teacher who we know is not up to snuff. And so I think with that information we have to be saying, okay. Like, we need to pay teachers more to make sure that like that job is respected. And they really have the time inability to invest in learning these skills and on the nobody is fundraising on go fund me for classroom supplies, right? But I don't think that it was up to my mom be like, well, I know this teacher isn't very good. But I'm just going to send my son into. Anyway, I think that that's asking us to be like a conscien- level of idealistic that I'm not even interested in. So Vanessa this really interesting moment where some of these structures that we've been talking about really physically engage in the narrative. So at some point the boys want to rush into the girl's dormitory and Ron and Harriet kind of beginning to climb the stairs up to how many sleeps understands suddenly Tun into a slide. And they kind of slide all the way down, and I just love this image of like, the patriarchy is real men have violent tendencies and Hogwarts. The building knows how to stop them. So many things about this interesting. I fall that the boys never took it upon themselves to go visit her money, right? And then to just because Harry, and Ron haven't done this before does not mean that the girls have an this before because they are all elegantly going down the slide and like pot standing so like they have obviously had this happen to them enough times the variable to just like go down the slide gracefully. But then the other thing is I'm sort of pro slide. I think that right now women are more trustworthy than men, and it is because of thousands of years of patriarchy and a sense of supremacy that there has been like a training within men that they are entitled to things. Well, say mobile you mean when you say women will trustworthy is is that about specifically experiences of something like someone tried to get into our? Room that kind of thing generally around. I think that women have had more experiences of somebody subjugating them and taking away their power. And therefore, there's more empathy into they are more Ono. I didn't mean to make you feel uncomfortable. Whereas men are more oblivious to the fact that they are making women uncomfortable. I don't think that this is intentional. And I'm obviously speaking in like, why'd brushstrokes like this is super super not all men, but I think that there is a culture around American maleness of right? Like all the things that are stereotyped, but like taking up a lot of room on the subway of token were meetings right in our up day. Like, I think that that creates an echo chamber of entitlement in. So I think intone we fix the patriarchy keep the slide while that's why you'll building a feminist production company Atta it's the metaphorical slide in all world. Canessa?