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"harry school" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"harry school" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Outs, everybody who's been on the phone lines talking with us for the last No, I don't even know this is what I do Talk I want to talk to you. Not myself. Listen. I'm on Twitter right now. sport brief. Andre from Mississippi. I'm gonna get back to the phone lines in the second. And I also want you to hear since we're talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers. I want you to hear what Juju Smith Schuster. Had to say, but I'm one sweater right now. And I understand if Andre from Mississippi is driving if you are driving you don't tweet. Nothing. I don't want your tweet. You keep two hands on the wheel. Keep your eyes straight ahead and drive safe, Okay? But I haven't gotten old tweet showing a $5000 bet on the Indianapolis Colts. I'm gonna be waiting. I don't believe you. Harry Schooling from Portland. However, you want CBS Sports Radio. What's on your mind? Uh, how you doing, man? Um, First of all, is always a privilege to be able to go to speak with you, Um I gotta tell you something you know is a dolphin fan. We see this kid and I've seen him twice this year. And basically he kicked their ass. So do not. Underestimate this kid. Now, let me just say this. As you know, in our listeners know that this is the playoffs. Anything can happen, right? Change that run the football. I still believe. And the teams that played defense will be the best teams tomorrow. And Sunday. I'll hang up and listen to you. I don't disagree, Harry. Thank you for calling from Portland is not too much. For me to piggyback on But the other tricky part is and I had a caller maybe last night a couple of nights ago. Yeah. If you're running team, though, in your behind How long do you run the football before the game just starts running away from you. It's a gift. It's a curse. You could maintain Tom of possession. If you can keep the ball away from the other squad. If you could just run through the other team, then yeah, it's all good. I don't think we're going to see the same rate of passing, obviously that we see in the regular season as we do. In the playoffs is gonna is gonna diversify. Still a passing league? That's not changing, but I agree with Harry. Defense run game. James from Pittsburgh, you on CBS sports radio. Yo, Gerald. What's up? Thanks segment called Man. Sure what you thinking? You know, so it's telling you producer I wanted to talk about Josh Alan. I think he is an elite quarterback, and I think he's well on his way. Um, but the thing is a Steelers fan, um, might be a natural segue way into the Jews. You stuff I mean, I don't think that if the Steelers met meet, meet the bills in the playoffs I think the Steelers a kind of one and done if they meet the bills later on, But you'd you I think he's turning into kind of Ah Ah, don't say it A B A B junior man. I did. Oh, man for real for real. Dude. Dude, dude, Like this season, he put it in the No man. He's he was very upset. He was so upset about Juju Smith Juju the same. This guy's name is a pain in the ass. Juju Smith Schuster. That's not what he said That You know? Well, anyway, listen. I want you to hear. What? Jude you Smith. Shuster had to say about the Browns. Take a listen. Leader is still.

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"harry school" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word

For Women Who Love The F-Word

08:15 min | 8 months ago

"harry school" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word

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"harry school" Discussed on Ace On The House

Ace On The House

08:10 min | 8 months ago

"harry school" Discussed on Ace On The House

"The moral of the story is as you can buy a kit for spiral staircase but if it's a custom size and And you want to tread that looks different than than most or or they don't offer it or you can't find it places that'll make you the treads. You just have to do the calculations get the right number. Get the right span. Get the right everything and they figure out the amman steps and how to how to get them all the fit in that that foot drop right from the platform down you. Give them the You them the height and the width and then You can do the calculations in in the math. So what What bathroom you working on. Stromer well i guess so. I got the So by the way coincidentally my client's name is more. Also so i i was actually thinking item in her but it was a different mora. Anyway it's it's a An eighty garage conversion to a room plus a bathroom turned a breezeway into a bathroom. The breezeway wasn't wasn't substantial enough so we poured some new footings that made that floor nights in rigid for tile. And it doesn't feel like you're sorta hovering over suspension bridge anymore. Feels like a real space and will have a wrap it up by the week of december fifteenth. Somewhere around there. Hoping matt vid questions email questions. Oh yeah got a bunch of video questions and we'd love for you too. Email us own the house at adam. Corolla dot com. Go to ace on the roof dot com. If you wanna see the videos this first one is from dave in connecticut. It's a little long. But i think you'll like it baseman. Stromer get it on my wife. And i just bought a house from the seventies bathrooms have never been redone. So this is the first one. We're renovating small. Little bathroom with the classic. One by one seventy style seems like every bathroom was made with these it right on the floor as you can see on plywood self for not sure what they used to attach these with. Not that matters but my question is can i can. I throw thin said on their prep. It somehow just throw Thin set on that on that plywood sub floor it's a race foundation. I can get underneath the kind of short up but small bathroom. I know everyone will tell me to put some at board on but being a a rebel as you are. Maybe you can tell. Tell me if it's a terrible idea or not. The reason is. I like the fact that i'm at the same grade and i want to try to keep that that level the same. I don't wanna put down a quarter inch f Backer board and then you know thin. Set and tile in up aren't a quarter inch Let me know that's terrible idea. That's the tower putting in if you have any tricks or tips tile us some more format stuff before Sorry heck zagged They need something to kind of Press them down in stockton. Yeah i think. Acts as i go would something like that harry school anyway. If if you think tiling on top of that pilot and posit any suggestions ause it. That that i maybe a rebel. But i'm not retarded can you don't want to put the new tile on top of the plywood. Oh god no and when you demo all that old-style out you're going to rip plywood out in layers of may. Maybe i think it's gonna pop. Yeah maybe are. I start over well. Let's do this. Let's demo out all of existing easy. It's going to pop because it's on plywood. I don't know idiots. Put the fucking stuff down. Put the tile down on top of the plywood fine how we shift gears from a ceramic tile like a vinyl type something or something with a little flex in it that will lead here that will work on a sub floor. He doesn't want to get into messing around with the elevation between the hallway. And the bathroom bob. So here's the deal. There's if you have to put your new hexagonal tile down on the old ply. I i suppose there's a kind of a mastic or something that's got a little flex in it or something. I mean you don't use thin set. I use some sort of mastic but it's all a bad idea. I think i would also tell you why. I think it's a bad idea when whenever you do the heck style and you have to bury you're gonna ultimately have to cut little tiny pieces of of hacks insert when you're going to go up against your baseboards and stuff and if you don't you see strange. Grout joints that are were tiles. Should have been and when you're trying to clip those with a nipper and and then bury that weird little tiny piece in mastic. It's a total nightmare. Least within set you can put it in and kind of quickly wipe out the joint and clean it off when it's all dry and it's still going to stay with mastic and you're putting in these little eighth inch quarter inch slivers. It's it's just an awful task so in order to do it the right way. Please don't use mastic. And i really think you've got re thank that your transition is going to be the same because it's not to do it right. You gotta have another layer of plywood. Even if he ripped the old plywood out down to the joists at that point you could decide. I can get my my levels up to match the tile if i use the right appropriate thickness of plywood but it only if you get it down to joyce which doesn't sound like you want to do so i feel like rip the tile out and do backboard and then do that stuff and use thin said and. I think that's the best way but you are going to up by a half inch user. Well the there's no there's no crime in having a reducer number on number two if you wanna do that. But i'm telling you there's lots of role vinyl and they do a lot of really cool stuff with with vinyl flooring and that can look like that textile by the way to your no. Yeah i'm trying to think of. How am i trying. What what what roll vinyl flooring my trying to think of like the sheet good stuff. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean they sell the old school stuff i'm linoleum. There's a lot of really interesting things they can do with. Linoleum they can seem. It can do a border. You know there. There's some interesting stuff all right. So if you're if you're hell bent on not changing the elevation of it then. You can't use the ceramic tile right. Okay that's a real unless you go down to joyce and re and build it back up again. But they haven't even then you're still you still have an elevation is yes you do. Let's see line one over here. Is tom thirty. Four minneapolis finish laundry. Room wants to know how the level of slope the drain for the flooring. Talk to tom tom. Thirty four minneapolis-st by high guy. High guy yeah so. I'm trying to finish a longer room..

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"harry school" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"harry school" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"Did some rage sex doing certain people. Phone when I drink. I definitely did not make children dinner. Another call Harry school like he can cook. He wants to Jake knows hobbies Mike. So I don't feel bad because I'm a ton of frozen food. Do I stocked up? But I did not meet defrosting. Originally plant make. The intention was good. Okay I have them already get. These are. Not rocked run they mediator. Yes Which? Unfortunately I don't see. This. That in. Them Yeah Yeah. These are the eight reforms that could dramatically reduce police violence. Okay! number one band chokehold strangleholds bow. Especially I agree especially the neon the neck. I was handcuffed to like the other piece. At what point do we decide? What's alerts against handcuffed? We don't have to we. Just more for Syria needs to happen. Especially not me on the next thing when I saw that video. They didn't put up a warning and I. I can't watch videos like that. Do you? Don't watch it I was I still have dreams about it? I felt like I was watching someone drown right in front of me. You and I claustrophobic and I was, I felt like it was a neon like I was like. Would you for breath? It was. Very similar I. couldn't I couldn't finish it. Okay number two. Required de-escalation. What is what does that mean? Sorry and down to instead of like mick to escalate making things worse require them to talk and de escalate the situation. GET RID OF TRUMP, okay? Require warning before shooting, also loo, sure Yup. I think when like I feel the the when you're in a fight, when fight my adrenaline like on maximum. I'm thinking clearly so not not not like a bouquet I'm saying it's I. think that there has to be ways to do that. There has to be steps. Do Dot in a proper manner of. Though the de escalation and the the warning, they need those go hand-in-hand..

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"harry school" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"harry school" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Plants daughter turned down to the spring. Great last practice Cremona stuff that they have closed all of schools. All the schools are closed now. Leonard. It's the schools won't limit the people want to. We have to protect ourselves. We have to protect children. Let it happen. Search through teachers that taught at my school. He just passed out. Read THE MIDDLE. One of the schools Peralta virus and a bit at three different schools. So interesting listen Harry schools. They closed the whole school system in all the keys At home the day parents got to protect your kids. You sound scared right now. I don't want I don't like this Leonard. I want to war veteran Leonard Desert Storm Lennon. What Medications Leonard? Stop being scared children. Skinny little comes out children ages. The kiss always sick with colds. A everybody's everybody's calling your probably coffee so listen I don't panic down. Okay everybody's panicking. I'm not panicking. I'm about our crack and I survived the crash skate. A little coronal go. We gotTA start this intro. We've got to show. We gotta get back through Asia Okay. He watches Doppler. The listen to two more minutes. Thank.

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"harry school" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"harry school" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Plane that symbol right there spammy loves it it Bam there you go. It's probably dead now. That said Oh she older then assume I've no idea but Tulu it's it was a tough one matures tub dispel that Steve M. I. T. O. L. O. W. I t. z.. Where was she a teacher? Probably Still What it was maple shade? I think think she dead. She did find breakdown. Mike Lie I'm like getting in. I don't think it was. It was a very weird spelling attractive. No older woman. Yeah also had her husband's sixth it said Miss Mitchell. What a run that I? Oh yeah well misses I guess yeah It's breaking down. The story didn't go to school. ooh generally said Miss that you have to go to listen. You can choose for sure. I understand why she hers hers did you either. I mentioned before my Buddy Jonathan Simione who is blind at an had a teacher with him in you know like to help them around town. I didn't have like an eight or attack. Yeah back then it was new like if I go the you know last couple years. I've been Library listed Harry School Library volunteer not this year the last couple of years I've done what's funny about that. I just can't imagine that I love it. I go up there shove. The book is very I get to see Harry hanging out with this. I Love I did it for. What are you reading crooks? Great with kids. I am great with kids. Sure Bananas It was a Shitload of teacher. Assistance like Harris Classic five or six kids with fine notes from my tax money but We could see it's been spend more sways. We found Jim Brandon me three hundred sixty five. That was anyway. How did that feel really was a three hundred sixty? That's ten years for you more people Ralph Talk Right now. Listen to him in twenty years. No wrong people's.

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"harry school" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

The Dirty Bits

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

"PODCASTS shoutouts as well as coming attractions ooh exciting. So today we're talking about Napoleon Bonaparte apart who's hugely obscure. Nobody has ever heard of funny enough. I know very little about Polian. Never interested me so all I know is that he wasn't actually really that short and that he was dictator for a while in France. That's about it. Those are both true things. He wasn't that Short. He was average height. Yeah he was like five seven at the time that was like your average guy. Now that's a little bit shorter. I think five ten is average version so Napoleon Bonaparte Bonaparte. You was actually an Italian guy. Who got his start in the French military and worked his way up through the ranks during the French revolution until they ceased power as emperor of the entire country music? He was then after that he took over a good chunk of the rest of Europe until it collapsed in eighteen. Fifteen a lot of people already know he was pretty big important controversial a military guy. A lot of people already know he had a reputation for being into some weird sexual. She has no no. You didn't okay. Well you may also not know is he may have been the original Fedora wearing self-proclaimed nice guy with a massive chip on his shoulder. Those guys kind of the VIBE. I was getting getting reading a shit. What kind of a deal? I don't know a lot of disdain towards women. We'll find out more now like we were talking about. He's actually an Italian talion guy. He was born on a little island in the Mediterranean called Corsica and he was a big time nationalist who wanted an independent Corsica from France. Funny enough off. He was so into Corsica before he decided to take over the European continent he actually penned. A history of the island is a romance novel before he decided that writer. Life was not for him now. His family was minor nobility which meant their financial situation wasn't too shabby and therefore Napoleon had more opportunities than many people that were born on the island. So they were. The kings of Corsica is doing. They were doing pretty well. Fish while upon video total big fish small pond kind of a thing. Napoleon was supposedly a sweetheart until he turned two years. There's old which is when his mom brought the hammer down. He was really hyper so she exercise some firm discipline while lavishing affection and attention on his brother. Why would they do this so great? He wasn't Napoleon. Apparently okay. That's all it took. This may have been the start of his famous Napoleon complex because he responded by becoming more more aggressive and more approval seeking he even once said the future. Destiny of the child is always the work of the mother. Math at that ain't the truth on what is so. He's nine years old and he goes to school. In France eventually goes to military school on a scholarship after that now being from the island Corsica he only spoke. Doc Corsican and Italian and didn't start learning French until he was ten and despite becoming fluent language he had a really heavy accent and he couldn't spell. Oh Shit so the other kids would just bully him relentlessly and this only contributed to his dushi tendencies. So moral of the story. Don't bully the arrogant weird kid kid because next thing you know he'll start conquering her up. In the we have an emperor again he was also a great student. One Guy who did his examination said Napoleon and I quote has always always been distinguished for his application mathematics. He's fairly well acquainted with history and geography. The boy would make an excellent sailor so he goes to military Harry School and to his credit he finishes two years worth of work in one year because his finances were dramatically decreased. When his dad passed away Napoleon was in the military? A great time for ambitious kind of people. French Revolution was happening in full force opportunities for advancement those damn birds scooters. They're fucking everywhere. ooh Bit to ride one of those speakers. Conquer Europe things are kind of in the gutter. Napoleon becomes a war hero and general eventually cleans up these big ass wins against Russia Austria and the Holy Roman Empire until he becomes emperor France in his control over just about everything else also on the continent to huges profited from the chaos. Right he is. He's an opportunist really what I found really interesting about his rise to power is he didn't study his predecessors assessors he straight up just said just give me lucky generals because that means they're seeing an opportunity and they're going for it about two one on my team lucky generals which is agree point to bring up if you ever have the experience required for a job but not a degree ask for the dirty bits Polian got to set the scene and I got a paint a picture here of the sky because you know the whole point of the show we gotta Fedora Wary of her and his attitudes towards women and sex from what they gathered. Go Way back to his inferior already complexes from childhood he also may have had one foot in the closet. There's nothing definitively proven but Napoleon did say say that. Whenever he saw a good looking dude he would feel something? This is a quote I in the loins and then in another place I will leave on named talking about is is but that was what I was asked zooming. He had also been known for chastising. A classmate for being gained school while at the same time. Being on really good terms is with the gay deputy who ruled France while he was gone. So you combine now with how awkward misogynistic he seemed you might start to think. Maybe he was trying to keep his sexuality under under APPs or is this more English propaganda Austrian propaganda. This is more like directly from the source like quotes observations of those next next to him. That's why it's like security. Maybe statistics alone suggests the vast majority of people are on a sliding scale as far as gender preference goes so I'm assuming he was probably by whatever his sexuality was he was misogynistic and awkward. Never Either Germain Day style once asked. It's no Polian who he considered the best kind of woman. You responded she who has the most children because women were machines for making babies. WHOA quite the quote? Donald Trump tweet. Yeah and also pissed them off in regards to how involved women were during the French Revolution in his mind. Women didn't belong in the streets protesting getting getting shit done. They belonged in as he said the seclusion of the home while he was not a shy man he also believed that men always the final say when it came to marital rates. So I'm assuming he wasn't friends with Olympic Day Gouzer Mary Shelley probably not and as far as him. Being Awkward Goes Nineteenth Century French rider stall once wrote when a lady was announced he would request her without looking up from his work table to go and wait for him in bed later with a candle stick in his hand he would show her out of the bedroom and then promptly go back to his table to continue reading correcting and signing those unless decrees the essential part of the rendezvous had not lasted three minutes to dismiss these gallant visitors after a mere three minutes of his time to go on signing decrees and often without so much as in buckling his sword struck these ladies as an outrageous procedure mechanical right. It seems. He's very mechanical. Like he was just kind of like getting get out. You know it was route like to clean out his nose. Totally blow the ultimate bureaucrat. I feel like that is that the ultimate bureaucrat is the ultimate bureaucrat. Just like getting bogged down under the paperwork. I feel like he would have had them. Sign a release in an NDA before you sleep. What's Napoleon you gotta go down to the HR and get four five dash see one? He likes to know they did a bunch of paperwork. I did you fill out form. Cute ash one. Five nine eight Jess triplicate. Oh how did you save the pink copy for your records scares me filing system. So Napoleon lost his virginity when he was eat teen at the famed Palais royal a former royal palace. That sounds like it was turned into the Moulin Rouge Allen Nicole Kidman Crazy parties debauchery Galore and he was so fucking awkward. He went up to one of the prostitutes and was like damn. It's cold out tonight. I am so cold. Are you cold. No now that's good. So where'd you get your address. How'd you come to find yourself in Paris? How did you lose your virginity? See I was GonNa say normal questions will awkward up until that last one. That's Oughta beaten you prostitute right. You know it's like going. It's the same thing as like going up to your cashier and starting to chat them up. It's like I'm here for business. Let's go along so she's like doing this or not. Basically like she gets tired of beating around the Bush so they have sex and the next morning he writes about it in his journal. Like you mentioned. It was very mechanical. And he basically said had the sex not great gonNA keep trying like it was the science experimental way weird and supposedly. He didn't have a whole lot of luck in that arena until he met the woman who would become his wife Josephine Day Baron and they began their famous passionate and by all standards extremely unhealthy relationship shortly thereafter. The excited to hear about this. It's this is good stuff when these to get married Napoleon's twenty-six and she's a thirty two year old widow with a couple of kids that it seems like an odd pair. What was he like Emperor of fresh? Yeah he's like he's up there in the ranks this point. He's he's big big potatoes now. Josephine's husband had been executed excuted during the French Revolution. And she was savvy enough to get out of prison the hopeless some friends and in front of Napoleon because she was great at utilizing her connections. That's how how she made her way throughout life was just who she knew and making friends and getting her. She was very calculated very meticulous with everything. Good pair go calculating she was. I don't know that she was so mechanical but they they are kind of pot is we'll see over so biographer Andrea Steward. wrote in the rose of Martinique sneak a life of Napoleon's Josephine that she changed her appearance incessantly. Giving her lover's the illusion of infinite variety. She also understood the importance of the settings of her romantic encounters. She paid meticulous attention to the design of her bedrooms evident. The Rue sheltering and in later palaces multiplied supplied the images of their love and created the illusion of an orgy sexy so the couple finally meet and she introduces herself. Like hi I'm marie-josephe Rose Tauscher Deloitte. Rg but I just go by rose. It's such a pleasure to finally meet. You have heard so much about you and Polian goes. Your name is rose. Does I hate it. I'm calling you Josephine. From that moment on she went by Josephine. She's like okay. Feed it is just just a few days after their wedding. Quick skips parts of their. So they get married you get married and just a few days. After her wedding Napoleon Ryan leaves on a campaign. Now are awkward little scam. Napoleon had finally had his sexual awakening the much more experienced unlikely. Excellent Lover Lover Josephine. She probably was. She had a past as being a mistress. Yeah she knew she was doing bed. She's really good at it. Symposiums finally enjoying being sex. Good for him. I'm happy.

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"harry school" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"And we are back, and we are ready for topic. Number two. Ding, dang. Ooh. Ooh. Those guys are tense Negi. We don't fucked up your show. We messed up your bell somehow gain. No, no, we're fine. We'll we'll go. We I like the fucked up bell unless it's absolutely necessary for the bread together show now Harry school. Okay. This week Trump's supreme court lifted most of the injunctions and is expected to lift the remaining one that prevented Trump's ban on tramps people serving in the military while it was being litigated in lower courts, given the composition of the supreme court. Yeah. The band's going to be upheld because Brett Kavanagh's terrible. So he's probably not he's not going to help us in any way. This is. I mean, I we're at the like elections have consequences generational consequences part of history. Yeah. Like, yeah. It's like the composition of the supreme court. They're going to be making regressive bigoted decisions until all of us in this room again except for maybe Joel he's gorgeous in immortal, but other than that we fucked for for the rest of our lives honestly yet. Right. And I think the thing is the thing is is if you go back to twenty sixteen the frustrating thing is is I think the Republicans have always been very focused on the courts and the importance of the courts in a way that like the Democrats have never been able to get that messaging across like, I mean, you saw it in the conversations like vote like that's why so many moderate Republicans who find Trump to be so vile and so an asthma. Their own beliefs still voted for him because they understand that. This is the shit that mattered like did they want did they necessarily support his entire platform or think that he would be ineffective leader? Absolutely not. But they knew that they'd get this stuff. They would get these appointments through and that and that ultimately is what was more important than I don't know that the Democrats have ever been smart enough to make that a forward part of their messaging because again, I think it goes back to like, we don't wanna make it seem like the judiciary is the most important and most powerful branch of our three branches of government. And I think that even with I feel like centrist Democrats, don't even I think about abortion like a so much of this just comes down to reproductive, health and abortion, and even centrist Democrats that have you know, whatever Christian flavors. I don't know what you call it leanings, the ones that are still Christian, but are still somehow trying to be very liberal. They wanna walk back language about abortion. Or are. They wanna talk about it in these kind. Only when it's really really necessarily like it's still this terrible thing, or like, you know, they wanna make sure that people don't have to make that choice, and they're kind of labeling it like a young person issue or whatever when sixty percent of abortions access in this country are accessed by people who are already parents who already have kids, and they just financially can't or don't fuck and feel like having another one. And I just feel like if if Democrats were more progressive about talking about reproductive, health and abortion, we could start to push some of this stuff. But you're right. They're scared. They're scared to move too far away from the center, so they don't alienate the far right people who are never going to robbing at the mouth about this. I I will take not issue. But like, I there's a part would enjoy you're talking about moderate Republicans where it's like. Hard to really identify. What it actually is? They disagree with Trump about other than the words. He uses on Twitter, because it's like, you know, if you're down with, you know, abortion, demonizing LGBTQ plus people the immigrant, but he is like laws that have racist affects then you're like, definitely. I don't know why I'm stepping up defend Montes. Your pants. I am the far left and the right center all in one person. No. But I do think that there are and this is coming from someone. I mean who there are people like this in my own family shows. I'm from the midwest. I think there are a lot of people who do believe in a path to citizenship for an fully anti immigrant. And I do believe I mean, there are so many gay fucking Republicans in this city alone who just want to hold onto their money, and like don't want an aren't I don't think like in their own sort of minds racist or Zena phobic or any of that? And and sort of do find some of that stuff born and are sort of maybe a little bit regretful of their choices. Now. I mean, they're idiots, and I think they're hateful and no one should fuck them ever again. But ultimately like I do think there is like a bigger scope of people. And I think the danger though in this next election is trying to appeal to them to strongly because the fact is is like I don't want. Yeah. I. Joe Biden, I don't run him. I don't want him and I don't want. I'm so already exhausted by the conversation among the primary of people being like week anybody is better than Trump. And it's like, okay. But like the point. Yes, once we get to the general anybody that we we've chosen is better than Trump. But we can't like end the conversation this early before half, the new know thirty seven candidates have announced and by an stop. All right sort of criticism many candidate by being like, well, we just have to get somebody who will get all of the center and all of those Republicans, and like we got a trick our grandparents into voting for a centrist democrat this year. It's like that cannot be the narrative of gives. That's not the narrative of of what we just saw in the midterms either. That's not what wreck consensus of America. What people actually want? Yeah. Do we feel like moderate people on on both sides or people who are firmly in the center to we feel like they really care vehemently about whether or not transpeople help defend this country. What does the average person who doesn't have transportation in their life or whatever do they care? Why why is this important does? This is absolutely a call to his base. And then why even do those people care because his reason is that it costs money, and that it's a distraction, which is which are both lies because as this article states being trans in the military when you have gender dysphoric actually can help reduce thoughts of suicide and depression by actually getting your gender affirmed in the way that it is meant to match with your gender identity, and it doesn't cost more because it costs like point four. What did they say point? Oh, four percent increase to have these types of medications. So both those things are untrue. So does his face. Oh, yeah. But that's it's always lies like like, everything the big it's what they have to couch it in cost or you know, effectiveness or efficiency kind of thing. But of course, it's like you want to take rights away from trans people because they're marginalize. Let's be clear to trans people have been serving in the military times before Obama lifted the ban on John's in the mail, Terry. I mean, it's the same thing with gay people before that people have been serving and serving affectively and have not been affecting unit cohesion, and you see people in the military people who are actually they're saying that this does not affect unit cohesion because that's the thing that they always fall back on this is like Utica, lesion Unical Asian, and it's like, okay. But but the people who are actually on the ground in the units don't care. No one gives a shit. So I guess that's what I'm getting at like are. I know that it's an excuse like the cost and all of that stuff. Our lies for usually bigotry. But then I'm I'm wondering if there are people like why are there people who will straight up I identify with the truth of that and say, this is why we don't want trans people in the military because we hate them. And don't think they should I think it's a little bit like the moderate Republican thing, which is like you have to give them a. Reason no matter how flimsy to do the thing that they're bigotry wants, even if they don't want to admit it. Right. So that's the thing where you're like, I think trans people are itchy essentially. Therefore, let's find a reason to start chipping away at their rights or the denying them rights chipping away. I don't know why said it like that. But like right like they're always lies like a portion like the idea that it's about life is patently absurd. Because these people are death cult that wants to control women so like. You know, it just gives them a reason. But it doesn't mean anything, I don't know. It's just hard to like engage with them on a substantive level. So there are some guidances in still with the ban about. So the secretary of defense, according to this article, we read on vox, the secretary of defense can consult with the secretary of homeland security, and there is some wiggle room to decide if already serving open trans people can stay serving who can you know, they're so there's some there's some room does that give us any any hope whatsoever. That some people who just want to fight and continue their military careers will be allowed to or does it still feeling kind of a death knell for everyone's career. I mean, there's still they're still at least like one order right that that's stuck in the lower courts that hasn't been spring court yet. So there's there's that sort of Tanger hat on there. And of course, it's like how do you enforce these orders to I mean when? When you think about back in the days of don't ask don't tell. And and and when they're the bans on gay military did sort of feel and you hear this from people in the military that it is, you know, depending on your unit I of who's enforcing this. And who's not? And and I don't know I think you're sort of at the mercy of of those sorts of whims at that point. And that's scary. I mean, the fact is transpeople shouldn't have to be thinking about this. And it's not even affect. I it's such a it's such a message to all trans people. It's not even about the military. It's not even you know. Yeah. Just about transpeople in the military at this point is a message to all trans people across this country that you are not welcome. You are not your accepted. We don't want you. And that is I think sort of damaging no matter, you know, whether or not I it is implemented or or how strictly it's. Yeah. Implemented the messaging, I think is is damaging and. Long lastingly? Yeah. I think it's that meta narrative thing we were like, it's it's a little bit the same as the wall. Right. It's like look realistically, let's say everything goes Trump's way that wall is an actually getting built even budgeted for and it's approved quote, unquote, like it's not fucking happening on a physical level. But he doesn't care because he knows or should know whatever he's an idiot. But you know, the people supporting him know that it's not relevant. All it is is a symbolic thing to take your first of all he's going to steal a bunch of money from from the wall budget. But but like it's saying we are white nation by building the wall. And it's the same thing with like functionally, it doesn't matter if you even every transportation currently in the military their commanding officer finds like a loophole or whatever it's still like the message has been thoroughly sent its identity, politics, and so left. Yeah. White identity of that is that is again the thing that is thrown at. The left constantly that are focused too much on identity politics. And we we have to focus on the issues. And it's like well here is so many examples on the right of them focusing on. I did any of the issues that unfortunately, I think is is such a powerful clarion. Call to his base of like, yes, we're doing it. This is he's making America great again, and for them that means sort of abusing, and and the moralizing transpeople across this country. Yes.

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"harry school" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"Oh my God. And we are back, and we are ready for topic. Number two. Dating. Dang. Ooh. Oh, those are tense Negi n- we done fucked up your show, we messed up your bell somehow gain. No, no, we're fine. We'll we'll go. We I like the fucked up bell unless it's absolutely necessary for the brand or other show now Harry school. Okay. This week Trump's supreme court lifted most of the injunctions and is expected to lift the remaining when that prevented Trump's ban on tramps people serving in the military while it was being litigated in lower courts, given the composition of the supreme court. Yeah. The band's going to be upheld because Brett Kavanagh's terrible. So he's probably not he's not going to help us in any way. This is. I mean, I we're at the like elections have consequences generational consequences part of history. Yeah. Like, yeah. It's like the composition of the supreme court. They're going to be making regressive bigoted decisions until all of us in this room die again, except for maybe Joel he's gorgeous in immortal, but other than that we fucked for for the rest of our lives honestly yet. Right. And I think the thing is the thing is is if you go back to twenty sixteen the frustrating thing is is I think the Republicans have always been very focused on the courts and the importance of the courts in a way that like the Democrats have never been able to get that messaging across like, I mean, you saw it in the conversations like vote like that's why so many moderate Republicans who find Trump to be so vile, and so an athlete. Their own beliefs still voted for him because they understand that. This is the shit that mattered like did they want did they necessarily support his entire platform or think that he would be ineffective leader? Absolutely not. But they knew. Yeah. That they'd get the stuff they would get these appointments through and that and that ultimately is what was more important than I don't know that the Democrats have ever been smart enough to make that a forward part of their messaging because again, I think it goes back to like, we don't wanna make it seem like the judiciary is the most important and most powerful branch of our three branches of government. And I think that even with I feel like it's centrist Democrats don't even think about abortion like so much of this just comes down to reproductive, health and abortion, and even centrist Democrats that have you know, whatever Christian flavors. I don't know what you call it leanings, the ones that are still Christian, but are still somehow trying to be very liberal. They wanna walk back language about abortion. Or are. They wanna talk about it in these kind. Only when it's really really necessarily like it's still this terrible thing, or like, you know, they wanna make sure that people don't have to make that choice, and they're kind of labeling it like a young person issue or whatever when sixty percent of abortions access in this country are accessed by people who are already parents who already have kids, and they just financially can't or don't fuck and feel like having another one. And I just feel like if if Democrats were more progressive about talking about reproductive, health and abortion, we could start to push some of this stuff. But you're right. They're scared. They're scared to move too far away from the center, so they don't alienate the far right people who are never going to robbing at the mouth about this. I I will take not issue. But like, I there's a part where we're drill you're talking about moderate Republicans where it's like. Hard to really identify. What it actually is? They disagree with Trump about other than the words. He uses on Twitter, because it's like, you know, if you're down with, you know, abortion, demonizing LGBTQ plus people the immigrant, but is like laws that have racist affects then you're like, definitely..

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"harry school" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This point. They're not going to change because they don't have to exactly see when you're already clearing one hundred percent profit. And it's good profit watch. Well, think about you know, you went selfishly without Chick-fil-A. How bad what if Chick-fil-A could just throw out that delicious, wonderful chicken and not pay any of the employees? We would say, hey voice. They should change this change that. And they'd say we don't have to pay any of the. And all the money, we make it's also tax free. This is a statement coming from the college football playoff group of higher up said quote as far as expanding the number of teams in the playoffs is way too soon much too soon to know if that is even a possibility now that came from Mississippi State president, Mark keenum, and he has been tasked with speaking for all of the members of that committee, all of the ten F B S conference commissioners for power five and the non power five conference. Commissioners were all in this meeting. An Notre Dame AD Notre Dame for Jack swore brick. So that's basically, the the the whole of the college football college football decision makers in this country. You have all of the commissioners from the big conferences and the big the big independent Notre Dame. If they all come together, and they unanimously agreed that. The playoff format. Four teams is been a tremendous success, and they have no taste for expanding right now. Even though people want it's non power five conference folks in power fried conference, people not going to change it anytime soon. Yeah. And also, they should know with the power five and Notre Dame that the other lesser conference as you mentioned, we're all held a gun point to vote. Oh, wow. So they went straits straight straightening O'Brien because basically I wasn't expecting that kind of behavior because in a room when this when they say, hey, we have a system where none of you ever have a chance to win a national title. And they all went. Oh, yeah. That's great. Let's keep that system. Boise state all these other like we'd never have a chance terrific. This is awesome. I man let's keep that forever to think that that was a unanimous vote without some coercion. And gotta be the dumbest person in the history of the world, man. We're all at the Fairmont. You're at the motel six I love it. Let's keep that. We're worth kids table, thanksgiving fabulous. Just to know that there was some some pistol-whipping going much within within that meeting room. Makes me makes me happy. Well, you know, what happened is they told all those little mini conferences. Like, look, you wanna eat the buffet here Fairmont, and you're gonna vote with us. And if you don't you're out look at us, heat knowledge, shrimp. Cocktail awesome. Don't ya? What will be say this rhetorically because I know, you know, this this is for the first pop quiz Fitz and Brooks university for January. What is the only entity powerful enough to compel the stuck in the mud conference? Commissioners and conferences, what's the only entity that will affect change in college football playoff dumped on? That's it is Suzy ESPN says a man these forty worthless bowls. You stop goes. Well, not just that. But I mean, let's let's be honest here. We watched them a lot of people watch them. I have to go look and see what the ratings had. The semi-final games. Those were not good games. And I can only imagine that the ratings reflected a reflected, and they are not as good as ESPN would like for them to be considering how much ESPN is paying over. The course of this twelve year contract to be the exclusive home of the college football playoff, semi-final games and championship games. And just think about it. And I don't. I'm I don't wanna get to kind of television wonky business of sports, but with ESPN and court cutters and people, you know, not not paying as much for ESPN or feeling like they have to have another subscriber fees. Exactly ESPN. They still got a lot of money, but they are not making as much and they can see their money dwindling. You're exactly right. Even though the people within college football. They're perfectly fine with this. And this contract is for for twelve years and there in the middle of it, and there is no clause to change it when ESPN wakes up, and they see now let's say three years of, hey, these semi-final games. Are are not highly rated they're not good football. And we are not we're paying about your money when ESPN starts to rattle that tree best believe is bad. Boy, we'll go to eight before you get to year twelve of this current TV deal. The other thing that you have is with forty bowl games are such a saturation. That people aren't watching. The bowl games either. And then you get to all right? Wait a minute. We're getting garbage bowl games if people won't attend. And then the players aren't even playing in them now because they're worried about their NFL stuff, which is they rightfully should so weights product forty not good product because players aren't playing they lead to nothing. What's the way that you would save some of that is an eight team playoff? Because now every the the first year UCF for Boise, whatever upset one of the the blue bloods, people would love that people loved hoosiers people. Love the underdog people like the NCAA tournament and basketball for that exact reason now one eight normally they're going to hammer them to seven maybe not as much the one eight matchup would be. But the first time that's an upset is the time. People get a big kick out. I will say though, and this is where the four team playoff works for me. Is that even though the selection can be a bit goofy. You do end up with the championship game to the best of my memory, those championship games have been fun to watch think tonight will be will be one of those games. If you're just joining us. We'll let you know what we think will happen. What the outcome of tonight's game between Alabama. And Clemson we'll be thinking will be. But the championship games have been outstanding. And I think that has to do with the fact that once again, it's been Alabama Clemson, and you might be sick of it. But these are in have been the two best teams in college football. So what you get when you have less participants in a tournament and less opportunity for other participants to get into turnament, you stand standard, really good chance. And this is what the college will playoff committee has been aiming for the I think they could really care less about the semi-final games. It's about the championship game. If they could care less. Yes. Because if he SPN starts to holler about this is not good football, the commiserate what they're paying for. It is going to be a problem. But if the championship game gets the two best teams to play in that ends up being the overarching story the season. I think they will be okay with that. They will they hear settlers. More than if you have a it lessens the chance that you will get what you're getting tonight, which are the two best teams. But from a marketing standpoint across the country are some people tired of this even though the first time two undefeated teams of play in the college football playoff. Even though it is Clemson and Alabama. They're the two best teams all season and they're playing tonight. People are sick of these two teams playing. Here's the thing. When you give these teams a month to dial up an opponent, especially as good as they are. You're not you're not getting crazy upsets unless we've turnovers or injuries when they only have a week turnaround. Shockingly the games get a lot better. You know? And that's that's been the case in the title game. You remember, and it's changed now because of free agency and in college football. Free agency, and the NFL you remember you would have Super Bowls where they were noncompetitive because the best team take those entertained from the eighties. Ed, two weeks and superior talent. And they would overwhelm their pony. But remember when we had those couple of three Super Bowls where you didn't have the weekend between. Yup. And you got good Super Bowl. Yes. No think about where we are right now with the college football national championship four hundred five says how about adding some academic records for qualification for the playoff you want to see good. Ain't gonna happen. You know, someone actually had an interesting thing. And they said, okay, given what the rules are why don't schools try to adjust to those rules rather than you know, Al Alabama, Clemson doing their thing. Here's the issue. You can't have let's pick Oregon state Oregon state can't trick around and play one or two ranked opponents are playing division two teams. And then say, hey, I'm twelve no. They don't have the resume to do that Alabama needed to change it 'cause they're Alabama. You know, your other schools? Hey, minnesota. We're going to play three division. Two teams have luckier in the big ten and was twelve and talking to we're not gonna work UCF the previous year, even even beat Auburn. They were undefeated beat Auburn the committee went you didn't play any ranked opponents in twelve games. Like, that's not gonna happen. So given the rules where they are every Tom dick, and Harry school can't do that. There's not they're not in fact, it'd probably about four or five could even get away with it fits, Brooke show live at the side of the college football playoff national championship game Levi's stadium. Kmby are six eighty the sports leader.

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"harry school" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Show, we're talking about military history, which celebrated military historian Antony devore. The book is the battle of Arnhem A R N H E M. Can I call you, sir? Antony would that be proper? Commands and actually, okay. Well, really you were just in the middle of of explaining to us how things may have gone wrong. Did you say that the bridge this largest bridge and all of Europe was not blown up. Lineup. And in fact, mogul scholarly criticized the other generals under him were horrified. When you decided not to blow it up he called that he might need it for a contract. But I mean, the dumb simply wasn't strong enough to mount a counterattack at that particular stage. And I mean, if he had blended up I like that. There's no way that they would have been able to get to the British division all the way up the dominant. Well, it's it's interesting. Now, what I have to ask you, what is it that led you to write a book on this single battle? We've written a number of books before of course. But what what is what is it about this battle that made you decide to write a whole book devoted to it? I always been fascinated by the British obsession will facination if you like with her, right? Which I'm afraid to say, it's always been rather a. A characteristic. If you like is this particular country, they really irritated me. In a way by previous books on the subject time, particularly the British books on the subject was that. They will always sort of saying you're going to go on right? Then you would have been a fantastic success. I mean that is simply not true. It never actually stood a chance of really working and Montgomery. I'm afraid is responsible and serious Browning full this because no they did it mean that a lot of very brave men lost their lives. I'm necessarily it meant terrible suffering for the population of another Netherlands. I mean, the doctor really suffered as a result because they came out to help they came to help the American hundreds us in the in the eighty second on the boys were offering to dig trenches for them. The doctor assistance is doing everything they could to help the Germans. Then when the whole thing. And they they cut off the food to the main suggests to Rotterdam Amsterdam and take. The twenty thousand died of starvation while this is what's up? So horrifying when you when you talk about people looking for their own glory, people like Montgomery, and a number of the others that you've mentioned what's particularly horrifying is that your average soldier can suffer and die and did suffer and die as direct result. Do you think people like Montgomery ever struggled with that in their latter years? Well, I think the problem particularly Montgomery as I I'll you'd in my previous book. Yeah. About the dinner. The battle of the bulge. Montgomery as I. Suggested that you had a high functioning budges Montgomery was a very professional. He'd been very good in the desert and say pools. He was taking capable of accepting any criticism or any opinion which disagreed with these eight and fixed ideas, this is really what went wrong, I think the Donham funny enough. I didn't sound out. Do I made this suggestion people touch new professor of psychiatry at Trinity College Dublin with no large paper on the whole question of Montgomery and at. I think the back yet. The best explanation. All his while the school new character that is that is amazing. I think aspirin actually can explain a lot. There are figures who are really really remarkable in in certain ways, and then in lacking in other ways, and when you realize that they're on the spectrum as it said, at least, you feel you have some understanding that they weren't being deliberately callous, you mentioned a figure speaking about the sufferings of the Dutch you mentioned a figure Kate to Horst the angel of Arnhem tell us a bit about her. Why did you include her in the book? When she is a famous character. I mean, she is regarded as always regarded as a Saint by troops. I mean, she turned into a an improvised aid stations for the wounded daughter shaved me that garden Larry, but fifty people had been buried because you who died under under the effects because they had no morphine. They had run out of all medical equipment and tables. And Kate was the one who with Harry schooled me boys used to read the psalms to the soldiers. So it's offering. She managed to calm them in voice. And she was an me a very brave woman and a very remarkable woman in every way. It's a funny thing to think of of someone reading the psalms in this day and age that that just you don't get the impression that that's something that someone would do. But of course, the English during this particular period were I would say. Open openly religious there were there were many things that that you could say about the armies of those days that you can't say so much about the armies of of this day because of political correctness correctness very interesting to think that cater horse the angel of Arnhem read from the bible to these suffering men. We're going to be right back, folks. Talking with Antony four the book is the the battle of Arnhem, the deadliest airborne operation of World War Two. Stick around us. The Eric Metaxas show. I always talk about relief factor. But sometimes it's better to hear from somebody else. So today we're going to hear from an here. She is it has changed. My life is the only thing I can say been exercising for years. My shoulder. It's in bad bad shape. It's swelling. It hurts. It goes in during the night. Well, I heard about relief factor on the radio, and I've been hearing testimonies for a couple of years I'm going to order really factor because I need help. I was sleeping sitting up for five years with pillow in my back. And now, I'm sleeping flat on my back with one pillow. This is amazing. I beg my relatives to take this. I was at a wedding recently. I'm begging them. I'm saying, look, you got aches and pains take this in three weeks, you'll know for work for you. You're crazy not to try it. And by the way, it's cheap. Why? Why it's like,.

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"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode

"What are the best and worst connections to original cannon? How did this story improve? And or not so much improve. What we know about the way. Magic works in the story before. This. I think that most of the connections to original candidate. We get are pretty positive and enhance our understanding of something rather than either detracting from it or complicating in needlessly. Most of this is pretty good there. Only a couple that sort of great us. Let's talk about the positive ones. I most of them have to do with grin divall and double doors back story what we know about his family. So first there's the line that you hinted at earlier when grin evolves for the greater good slogan is spoken aloud by Knut during the personal graves interrogation. Now, we know from deathly hallows that for the greater good was grin devolves slogan. Yes. And in essence rationalization for what he was her. Yeah. Said he was unleashing across magical Europe. And so when greatest questioning Newt one of the things that Newt says is Matt. Mass slaughter for the greater good. You mean? Yeah. And grave says yes, quite it's very weird thing to say quite a strange response. Yes. If you're actually just an upstanding, or and then Newt says looking as horrified as viewers are probably feeling in this moment. Spidey sense tingling that something is amiss. I'm not one of grin devolves fanatics. Mr greaves. So why is this cool because we're getting to see in the moment. Yeah. What impact these words had for people at the time people who were living through grin devil's reign of terror. You heard this from someone and you knew to run or you knew that this was someone like you one of the fanatics, I really enjoyed. So the restricted section one section today about the textbook fantasies and where to find them. I really got a kick out of the idea that here we are watching kind of the process of this book getting written. Incredible. Here is the research. This is the writing and that was really wonderful going down into the case and seeing Newt in his element. And seeing the way he really came alive. When he was feeding the animals feeding the creatures talking about them. I really really really enjoyed that. That's the kind of stuff I love about fantasy stories when it's additive in that way. When it just pushes the boundaries of the stories out a little bit widens the horizon. So you're like, oh, here's this other thing over here that you didn't know about this was made I love that so much I love it too. And I love it because it opens up so many doors so many in our minds like maybe you actually did purchase Harry school books. And maybe you read the fantastic news textbook. But whether or not you did it's still just a name. Yeah. It's just a byline new Scamander. That's all you know, about this guy and to build an entire story around him to show you who he is. It opens up the possibility that any other name. Yeah. Ever appeared in. That idea would be a whole new story for us. That's so cool. And these beasts we're gonna talk about obviously, the be length, but these beasts who appear in a care magical creatures lesson here. They're the calm fully realized cantors in their own right? It's just it's a way to further. Enrich a world that we already feel is so rich and wanna spend so much time building off of that. I also just kind of loved the conservationist message that Newt is propagating yet that there are natural wonders that exist in the world, and that are rare in that are worth protecting. And that if we'd only take a second to stop and learn about them, we'd find value there. I love that. And I love the way that was woven in so skilfully and wonderfully in emotionally into a story that already exists beautiful. And it tells you so much about Newt. Yeah. And what kind of person he is? And you know, one of the questions that came up from people who weren't as into either the movie itself or just the idea of the foundation for franchises. I don't really care about these creatures. Right..

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"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Disturbing running our friends pound on haggard store, determined to force him out of hiding shouting about not letting the foul women keep him down. They'll blue opens it. He's there with haggard is clearly distraught. Half giant wants to leave the school and he sure student body would agree with that. They do not. Of course we still want to know you. Harry said, staring angered you don't think anything that skater cow. Sorry. Besser he had to quickly look a double door. I have gone temporarily deafen haven't any idea what you said as Dumbledore twiddling thumbs and staring at the ceiling or. Right. Said Harry sheepishly. I just meant added. How could you think we'd care what that woman? Thank you. Hurry wrote about you sink to the levels. WR adds that countless letters have arrived from parents who want haggard to stay. Dumbledore tells haggard that he refused to accept his resignation, but Dumbledore was there before and haggard was still a message. The kids who swing it a measure of Harry, Ron, and her mind is increasing. Maturity is how they console Hagrid and it's like a role reversal here in which the younger parties are providing the emotional support for an adult. I said, looking up from the photograph of his father's is very bright. When I've heard right you, you mind me a me a bit mom and dad gone, and he was feeling like you wouldn't fit in a hogwash member, not sure you really up to it and not looking Harry school, John. Also Cedric. Let's not forget Cedric people. He believes Harry can win. He believes that Harry's victory can change the way people think about what's possible. And who belongs are you telling us to remember Cedric degree assist river river that he's also the school champion as co champion? Can we say coaching, like out of respect for Cedric? We just call Harry coach heavy chapter twenty five. The egg in the I finally, after actual months, Harry progress made long enough. It's time for your out head on lock the clue hidden in his egg. He dons his visibility cloak and guided by the marauders map heads for the prefects bathroom, which must be said it's pretty dope. Talking marble, swimming pool size tub, lots taps. There was also a diving board, an mermaid painting on the wall..

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"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Beat boxer at the frog choirs fine young gentlemen and they do a great job hey how do you balance that dancer is all of us that are involved in this crater processor also are deeply rooted fans of fiction so there's a sense of of understanding that responsibility and that always present so anything you think of you have to categorize almost place into buckets of if it's acceptable does this fall within the parameters of the world that has already been created because that's the biggest thing to remember is my job is not to reinvent the wheel my job is to further and still and react to the world that jacob only has created and thus the visual world that filmmaker been created after her words so there's this cured process that even find science a lot about this kind of gut feeling on on really family types of concepts that we come up with and making sure that we're not overreaching you just mentioned that tiered process in that that actually segues nicely into into something we wanted to ask you about specifically with the tail three brothers because with adapting the tails beedle the bard particularly the tail three brothers there are really multiple levels and degrees of the adaptation that are in play there because that's something that in the actual book harry potter and the deathly hallows people who read that get to experience harry learning about three brothers in the deathly hallows and then people can go by harry school books and they can read the tele three brothers in the physical copy of the tales of beedle barred and then they go to watch the movie and they see this absolutely stunning gorgeous animated sequence that totally mesmerized people and then now this is another element another way to this can come to life for people so in that case in particular with tele three brothers how do you bring something to life yet again you know time that's already been brought to life before in a new immensely captivating fashion you know we were really riveted watch ching this in the park during our visit here in part because it's something that we care about and love so much but in part because it also felt totally new and fresh well i in that process we knew the stories existed in and again to nurture pointed how beautiful it is portrayed in the film amazing philo wedded photography the enemy ex just gorgeous so first thing even deciding if it would work was how can we adapted one of the methods that we could employ that would again in the realm of what people know and the one beautiful thing about the way jiechi ruling wrote these stories is rooting them in a style story that we're all very familiar with which is very pales morality tales sops fabled all these things that that when we were kids we've grown up with this style story where we're introduced characters and is a it's a morality tale and so that format we knew could work as long as we figure out a way to tell and you know what way on that state the second aspect of this was we went with the finding what what is the visual power that we want to create what you're seeing on stage is style of puppy called on roku where puppeteers visible and the puppets are not not in scale to the performers whatever still very apparent yum the audience and i just thought that was a very beautiful way to tell this story and i think it's the forward of pails would be bars she mentioned the travelling troupe of wizards that are performers that are part of the wizard academy of dramatic arts and it's a single one in the forward of a bar i'm like this is it right this is our troop we need to create these characters and and now we've got our anchor we now have grounding element to people to tell these types of stories so the adaptation than being able to translate that to a completely immersive space within the wizard ing world and then create these puppets one of which is you know jar deaf public is a massive topic that appears i it was just a really awesome opportunity to stretch some article boundaries that that we don't only take part setting that that's the one thing i'm really really proud of about that show with the nighttime lights and the christmas experience during.

"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Charm harry won't come to learn this dumbledore for many years but it is already true many many years too many or several haircuts and finally fred and george tell harry that house usually belong to rich families who come with big manners and harry thinks to himself he could just see mouth strutting around the large manner of course harry will find out in very painful fashion that malfoy dozen deed strut around a large manor number five when dumbledore shames harry and ron he says that while he's not expelling them he is writing to both of their family so fast forward order when dumbledore rights remember my last with that technically referred to this correspondence not the explanatory letter left at privet drive jake has clarified this from a personal website she says it has been suggested that i am wrong in saying that double doors last letter was the one he left on the doorstep with baby harry and that he has sent a letter since then concerning harry's illegal flight school however both dumbledore in i different cheap it's laggers sent to the dirties as a couple and messages directed to tune alone and that's my final word on the subject though i doubt it will be yours fuck and love her legend number six the kiddo spot percy reading prefects who gained power and ron tells them how ambitious percy is he wants to be minister of magic one day couple things here i that embiid of percy's will quickly stop just being a punchline it will be the cause of a devastating family rift also run for his part we'll think the being a prefect is plenty fascinating when he becomes one in order of the phoenix and then finally actually someone else attached to ron who will go on to become minister magic bump by any green number seven these chapters are so chuck full of delightful bits of forshing the we have to lightning round rapid fire here in the seventh item i item deng for shadowing from what a night he mumbled groping for the teapot as they all sat down around him nine raise nine that oldman dunga's fletcher try to put a hex on me when i had my back turned fucker next numerous mentions of the weasley family ghoul who will end up impersonating spider great stricken ron in hallows instead of like actual birth control i think they get ghouls and that just makes it so you don't wanna do anything next explosions from fred and georgia's bedroom early weasley wizard weasels experimentation is next when sleep asks about the car harry thinks to himself this wasn't the first time snake given harry the impression of being able to read minds we talked about this source for stone also the jhelum see acclimate see so much foreshadowing next they almost which the highway when ginny shrieked that she'd left her diary we see early how a tach genie is to this object also speaking judy putter you've got to suffer girlfriend drawled malfoy ginny scarlet also ginny the first time she sees harry in the kitchen of the boroughs screeches and runs the other him love is love you know it's a great gift also that if movie of that out next when harris the ministry let her about his improper use of magic really these it is from faldo up kirk this is who her mind he will impersonate during the trio's infiltration of the ministry in deathly hallows next vernon shuts harry school things in the cupboard shares once again using that room to hide the magic that is taken root in his home and finally though probably not finally they're probably million more mentions of memory charms mentions of giant spiders as well both of those will be key leader in jamar oh yeah they will sorry run mel imagine wizard buying a rusty old car until his wife all he wanted to do is take it apart just to see i work that's all i'm doing i'm just in there taking it apart that's all well really what he was doing enchanting it to earn binge mode winner honors every episode we're going to honor the person or creature that compelled us the most today which is shing out some last minute points and wording the house cup to the weasley family all of them except for percy per see i mean percy's jacking off why can't he do that not everything goes perfectly of course the weasels in this.

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"harry school" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The mix me really doesn't seem like that much in that they can't figure out but i think routes look bowl racket one of yields funny i can see if i get care williams back hot again not thought golf but gerry of the golf channel friend of the show was on a committee furrow at one of the bowl's it was in charlotte when he was working there i don't think it was the belt ball but i'm a mother morons about right now and he walked me through the whole process of what that committee goes through to try to get the very best teams to show up and like if you're in the new mexico boll and you can get new mexico state and utah state even though those like you're never gonna get pit panther fans to serve out of the acc to travel to mexico to go to the new mexico bowl all right i know they had on who trials in how much they spend when one era and that's really what it comes down to is how many people can you bring and then we're going to give you exbull bowl slot i mean look michigan in south carolina china in terms of on the field this year should not have been a new year's day bowl too vases the travel while bingo travel well in their bigname brands see i just don't like it's easy for me to see not only would be great for ucf and great for the american apple at a conference in great for all the fans but it it's just so obvious to me that it seem like ucf winning the national championship particularly if they were the eighth seed or what have you at all valerie i are you kidding me that would be an absolute bonanza right because then you have every tom dick and harry school across this great nation of ours every directional tech a enam whatever you want to call easy right now they have legitimate hopes that they can sell to recruits about plane in these games.

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"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"harry school" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"The she's looking ahead she's looking to the future she's like pull on her best professor tra lonnie gazing into the shadowy orb in front of her and trying to define the future yes let's helper regarding hashtag binge mood harry potter benda tell us how to prepare for it well read the books or watched the movies or both any particular tip yes well would be one episode per book slash movie no my goodness in that case in that yes yes there there each episode we'll be twenty hours long exactly joy so we're not prepared to be too specific area is we are still figuring this out were still trying to settle on the ideal approach the ideal pace but what we are comfortable saying yes is that we will definitely be doing both books and movies yes a lot of time devoted to the bucks yes alana lahd a lotta time it will definitely not just be the movie as corrects charge of those kendall's charge them up folks it's a great read every one i've never read the whole series on eib look it's one of the only things that i just still have to feel it in my hands as i have mentioned in a previous seven a love the feel of a real book on kindle i just the highlighting features great i think forbids load of your first time i read it are to finish on my kindle because i will want to highlight for for new taking purposes but yes read the book shrimp watched the movies with us police were probably going to do some stuff beyond that the ice cursed child yes harry school books.

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