35 Burst results for "Harvard"

How's Life After Graduation?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:47 min | 12 hrs ago

How's Life After Graduation?

"So tell me about the other three. Well, before I do that, I just want to make this other point because I think it's important with regard to the obsession my peers have of going into these big fancy firms. Yes. We are the most as Harvard students, we are the most privileged cohort in the country, and that means the world. We, I mean, Harvard has such a vast network of people in many different industries. We have so many resources. Honestly, if you're at Harvard, it's more likely than not that you come from a family that is financially well off. And that to me is all the more damning why those people go into a financial services industry. I have a period Harvard who both of his parents died before college. He grew up in The Bronx. He has to care for his ten year old sister, and he went on to one of these companies because he needed to make really big money off the bat. Totally understand that, I would do the same thing if I were in his position. But most of my friends, Dennis, who go into these lines of work, they're not in that position. They could take a risk. It's not a do or die situation for them. And yet they still go and work it. I'm saying Goldman because that's not where my two friends are working. They go and work in a place like Goldman. Clearly, okay. The other three. The other three, two are unemployed. And the reason if you're unemployed after graduating Harvard, it's your from thank you. Time 51. If you graduate Harvard from, you've really chosen to be unemployed and the 5th one. The 5th one, I'm very proud of her. She moved to a southern state, and she's working at a local newspaper as a crime reporter.

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The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 4 d ago

The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer

"Bill, tell us, why do we celebrate Thanksgiving? What is the story of Thanksgiving? Well, the little background. So the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top. The British empire controlled in the Australia New Zealand Hong Kong brisk ionic Canada Barbados Bermuda Jamaica and America. And so America's founders wanted to break away from this globalist one world government king. And so they flipped it and made the people became. And so where did they get this idea that you could rule yourself without a king? Well, it came from the pilgrims and that it came from the calvinist Puritans that came from the reformation and then they got their ideas from ancient Israel. That first 400 years out of Egypt, it's called the Hebrew republic. And it's the first instance in recorded history of a nation with millions of people and no king. And there's around 1400 BC up to about a thousand BC. And it worked because every single citizen was taught the law. And they were personally accountable to God to follow the law. So this period of history is called the Hebrew republic. And these calvinist puritan scholars study this so intently that they were nicknamed Christian hebrews. So in 1517, Martin Luther starts the reformation and for about a century before the age of enlightenment, you have these scholars in Europe studying, not just the Bible in their own language, but this particular first 400 year period, this Hebrew republic. And that's why they taught Hebrew at Yale and Harvard. They were amazed at coming up with a form of government without a king. And again, it's based on this idea that you teach everybody the law and then everybody walks around aware that they're accountable to a God who's watching them watch them to be fair and it's going to hold them accountable in the future.

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Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 6 d ago

Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation

"Well, we were talking about Kissinger just a moment ago and really what I want to drive home is this whole idea that at bottom the World Economic Forum. Whatever their videos they put out and the sound very good and they're various feel good, a conferences and these kinds of things. The World Economic Forum at bottom, they're unspoken or let's just say it's not unspoken, but quietly spoken, agenda is depopulation. And this began with the predicament of mankind in 1970 and the fact that Kissinger and 74 is pushing in a classified document, a classified report to the president of the United States, depopulation. And he says, look, we need a global version of Planned Parenthood. And now in this document, he's speaking quite openly because he's not anticipating this is or ever going to be read by people like you and me. But you have this agenda being pushed in a very big way. Now, the Kissinger connection is important because Kissinger was a professor at Harvard's Kennedy school of government. And guess who one of his star pupils was? I was going to guess either Satan or Adolf Hitler and I realized neither of those really would make sense.

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Google Manipulates Search Results to Help Democrats in Elections

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | Last week

Google Manipulates Search Results to Help Democrats in Elections

"As I reflect upon the dismal results of the midterms, I'm trying to think about all the different ways in which the playing field could have been manipulated. You can say un leveled either by the Democrats explicitly or by their allies in the media in the tech community and so on. And I'm reminded of the work of one particular psychologist. This is doctor Robert Epstein, who has been studying the impact of Google in manipulating search results. Now, who is doctor Epstein? Well, here we go. He's a senior research psychologist at the American institute for behavioral research and technology. This is in California. He's been a research psychologist for 40 years. He's been on the board of psychology today and scientific American mind. He's a PhD from Harvard University, he's written 15 books more than 300 scientific and mainstream articles. And he has really been focusing since 2012, so now for a decade. On what tech platforms in general, but specifically Google. See Google isn't a very unique position because think about it. Google has become kind of a well a verb. Let's Google it. And let's Google it means let's get more information about it. Let's run a search. And while there are a couple of other smaller search platforms much, much smaller, Google really has a virtual monopoly. And this gives me Google in a way more powerful than the other platforms. And let's remember Google also owns YouTube. So Google has that kind of combined power. Now, what Robert Epstein has found is that Google has systematically manipulated search results. And they do it particularly to influence elections. He's been arguing that they've been doing this for a while, but it's quite possible that they have even ramped it up in recent elections. Now, Google sort of denies they're doing this, but Epstein's evidence seems to show that they do it.

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Where Are the Suburban Moms?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Where Are the Suburban Moms?

"Hi, everybody. And welcome to the Dennis prager show. Suburban moms appears to be the latest group that the Democrats can rely on and the striking thing about that and it is striking. Is that they are moms, so if their suburban the odds are their married, married mothers were married women with children were a generally pretty reliable group for the Republicans. If it turns out, and I say if the data are not all in yet, but if it turns out that this is a reliable democratic voting group, the conservatives of the country, the people who want to keep America. Committed to judeo Christian and American values, the two systems that make up America. May I say just for the record, I have a book explaining America. Americans had explained America Christians had explained Christians Jews explained Judaism and conservatives had explained conservatives to the next generations for the last 60 years we wouldn't be in the trouble we are in. So I'm on that book still the best hope is so important. I don't mind saying it about a book I wrote. It's the book that most affected Julie Hartman, when she was at Harvard, and now she is truly one of the most important spokes of people for this country. Of her generation. It's cold still the best hope. And it shows this country is based on Athens and Jerusalem to put it in the way philosophers do.

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What Happens to Kevin McCarthy?

The Trish Regan Show

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

What Happens to Kevin McCarthy?

"Happens to Kevin McCarthy? I mean, can he really stay on? In such a big position if, in fact, the house is run by the GOP. I mean, are people going to say, wait a second, maybe we need more change? Maybe we need to shake this up and maybe we need some new blood there in charge in Congress on the GOP that can maybe just maybe have a little backbone and stand up for themselves and their party. These are questions that are going to come into play. If in fact, they get the house, but that's where we are and think about that. Sure didn't seem way 24 hours ago. It sure seemed like there was a very solid shot of getting so many of these states. And if anything, this should be the wake-up call. The Republican Party needs. We have to be thoughtful. We have to be measured. We have to be deliberate. We need to follow the example of what we saw out of Florida in terms of having politicians with real chops. By the way, I mean, not that ivy leagues matter or anything, but let's declare desantis is not just some off the street, like the mainstream media would have you believe. In fact, the guy was at Yale for his undergrad. He did Harvard Law School. He was part of the jag program and was the attorney representing navy seals over in Iraq. I mean, he's got a heck of a pedigree, which you never really hear about because they just want to paint him as some dumb guy. Well, that some dumb guy? He's pretty darn smart.

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How Were the Founding Fathers Educated? Pete Hegseth Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

How Were the Founding Fathers Educated? Pete Hegseth Explains

"Are the founding fathers educated? So don't you think every single kid in America to date deserves the type of education that brought the brilliance of 1776? And it wasn't complicated. This was a 2000 year lineage of western civilization of judeo Christian values. The marriage of Athens and Jerusalem of faith and reason that was the great books that was biblical wisdom that was Latin. It was Greek. It was theology. It was philosophy. It was actual history, it was those ingredients that they grappled with that they debated about that brought about that brilliance of the greatest human experiment we've ever seen on the planet. It was not an accident. Churches had a great deal to do with it, who were many of the leaders of our revolution. Ministers and reverence. Who is the who is the top I'm not trying to get into a tangent here. Do you know who the top what would be reverend, I guess, at Harvard University is today? He's an atheist. It's true. It's an atheist. We're so far gone from what our founders actually engaged with it. They would not recognize it at all today. It was a classical Christian education. It was the way, and none of it was, it wasn't perfect, but they understood that teaching people to think critically, created free thinking people who couldn't be captured by demagoguery. And when you can think critically and think freely whether you're a mason or a blacksmith or a farmer, do you think people in the 1780s or 90s had more use for a classical education than we do today? Absolutely not.

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Why Laws and Policies Should IGNORE Racial Distinctions

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Laws and Policies Should IGNORE Racial Distinctions

"The Supreme Court has heard arguments in both the Harvard case and the university of North Carolina case involving affirmative action and racial preferences. The decision will be out sometime early next year. Maybe in the spring, so maybe march, maybe April, we'll have to see. I'm expecting a very good decision and one that is going to really change the landscape of universities. And I hope begin a larger process of changing the landscape of American society, changing and how by rooting out this race consciousness that has now become embedded in society. And has also become embedded in the law. Now, it's one thing if something is in society, it's in the customs on the mores of society. And that could be a good thing or a bad thing. It's a whole other thing to take in this case, racial identity. And use it as the basis for state sponsored discrimination. Let's remember, we have a long history and ugly history in the country, led by the Democrats, by the way, of state sponsored segregation, state sponsored discrimination. Against blacks. And oddly enough, we have now been living for about 40 years. With state sponsored segregation and state sponsored discrimination, but this time, in favor of blacks,

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The Pursuit of Conservitism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

The Pursuit of Conservitism

"One of the most, I think one of the most brilliant points that I've heard I read it actually so I should say that I've read in the past year, I think I've mentioned this before. It's from John O'sullivan, who is a British speech writer for Margaret Thatcher. He had this excellent point, it's true of public schools. It's true of higher Ed schools. It's even true of something of the LA times, which a hundred years ago was one of the most conservative right-wing papers in the country and now it is just saying to say his left wing is an egregious understatement. But John who's Sullivan had this brilliant brilliant theory that any individual group or society institution, really anything that is not actively practicing conservatism, like every single day, vigorously pursuing a conservative way of a life. Will naturally drift to the left, because that's just, in most societies, the natural drift of things is leftward. Certainly in this society because our media and our schools and everything. All the influences around us are left. Wouldn't you love I wonder if you ever fantasize this. That you got an hour to speak to all of the students at Harvard. Well, that's how we started the conversation about the bullhorn. I just wanted to trust me. I would love that. I would get booed off the stage. You know, you know what? You might want to write. You should write if I could go back to school. Well, that was my senior speech. That's true. My senior speech that I gave was, which is on YouTube for those who haven't seen it. Yes, he did.

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Is the Connecticut Senate Seat in Play?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Is the Connecticut Senate Seat in Play?

"Now Leah, I'm overlooking the fact that you're a brown graduate and having you on today. So that we're going to give you a pass on that. Don't know anybody. But you know, when I was at Brown, I started the young Republicans club. And listen to them. You and I are both graduates of the same year when I was up at Harvard running the young Republican club, and that was a nightmare. Laura, just generally getting people to pay attention in a deep blue state, like Connecticut, is the most difficult part of the equation, but once people begin to realize it's possible, you begin to feel momentum. What do you feel? It feels great on the ground in everywhere I go throughout the state. I have Democrats and independents coming up to me and say, well, the Democrats say, don't tell anyone, but I'm voting for you. And independence, you know, they're independent. They know that life doesn't have to be this way. It can be normal again. It can be better again. And they're voting for me. Every single poll shows that I am winning the independent and unaffiliated vote here. This is a single digit rate. He is below 50% and he is worried. And so is Chuck Schumer. Chuck Schumer, his super PAC has started running ads against me here in Connecticut.

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We Are Living in a Society of Minority Privilege

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

We Are Living in a Society of Minority Privilege

"Although we hear AD nauseum about white privilege. The fact is we are living in a society of minority privilege. Now, minority privileges too broad a term because not all minorities are included in minority privilege. Jews are a minority, but they don't have minority privilege. Asian Americans are a minority. In fact, they're a smaller minority than either a blacks or Hispanics, but they don't have minority privilege. Minority privilege is reserved for a really three groups. Blacks. Native Americans and Hispanics. Now, universities claim that they have to engage in racial preferences. Because that is the only way to produce roughly proportional representation. What the Harvard lawyer told the Supreme Court. He wants a Harvard that looks like America. Not a Harvard the things like America, not a Harvard that reflects the intellectual diversity of America, not a Harvard in which let's say Republicans and Democrats are equally represented among the students or on the faculty, not a Harvard where there's religious diversity, and so for example, there would be evangelical Christians represented, let's say at their purport. No, no, no, no, no. Harvard's concern basically is on primarily the race front, but they're also big, of course, into gender and sexual orientation. Now, why is it important to have a Harvard that looks like America? Let's think about it. You've got a lot of areas of American life that don't look like America. There are parts of America, Silicon Valley doesn't look like America. If you go to Silicon Valley, you have a huge number of Asian Americans. In fact, by and large, if you look at all the different types of restaurants and companies like Microsoft, it seems like this is just like little Asia. You got like Chinese restaurant over here. You've got Indian restaurants over there, Japanese sushi over here, reflecting the population of people who work there.

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Dinesh Reviews the Harvard and UNC Cases on Affirmative Action

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh Reviews the Harvard and UNC Cases on Affirmative Action

"The justices of the Supreme Court have just heard a dispute in a very important set of cases, two cases involving affirmative action, affirmative action in American universities, one involves Harvard University, a private university, but one that does have relations with the government, government contracts, and so on. The other a state university university of North Carolina. And these universities are being sued by a group called students for fair admissions. And they're being sued for engaging in widespread and systematic racial preferences. Now for many years, these universities tried to hide and disguise what they were doing. They would say things like, well, when two applicants apply and they have similar credentials, we kind of give a nod to the one that is coming from a minority or disadvantaged background. It's become very clear and these cases affirm this that we're now talking not about equally qualified applicants and giving somebody a nudge. We're talking about candidates who are completely different in their academic preparation, their grades, their test scores, their extracurriculars, their recommendations, and by and large academically inferior candidates are chosen and given admissions and superior candidates to turn away. This is done on the basis of race. By and large, what universities do is they identify candidates, applicants, as members of either underrepresented or over represented groups. And they use kind of broad categories. So the broad category is like white. Hispanic. Asian and Native American, and you fall into one of these camps. Now, right away, you can see that these camps are a little problematic.

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Truth Is Not Subjective With Dr. Jeff Myers

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Truth Is Not Subjective With Dr. Jeff Myers

"People in America are under the delusion that truth is kind of up to the individual that it's subjective. There's no such thing as the truth that it's your truth or my truth, which most of us know in 5 minutes you can figure out that doesn't make sense, either one plus one equals two, either there are things that are either true or aren't, but we've kind of the zeitgeist tells us, well, that's an old idea. It's not an old idea. It's called truth. Truth is not something that's malleable. What your favorite ice cream is or your favorite color. Those are things that we can have different opinions on. But there is this thing called truth that's come under attack. So it's one of the reasons I'm so proud of my friend doctor Jeff Myers with some administration has written a book called truth, changes everything. So Jeff, let's talk about some more of the stories in truth changes everything. What other spheres have been affected by men and women of faith? If you trace back even things like justice. So it probably goes without saying, but if there's no such thing as true, there's no such thing as justice. Justice is only your opinion. It is kind of like the ice cream that you choose to eat. And Peter I'm sorokin who founded the sociology department, Harvard University said, look, if you give up on the idea of absolutes, the only thing you have left is physical force. So you end up in a brutal kind of world just because you don't want to acknowledge that truth exists. Now, that doesn't make it easy to find. But people, I went back into the 1940s in the aftermath of World War II. The United States was in a position of having to try the Nazis. Well, what were they going to try them based on because the Nazis defense was everything we did was inside of our sovereignly controlled territory. And so it was our nation. You can't tell us what to do. And by the way, by what standard are you going to judge us? Are you going to say there is an absolute standard of right or wrong? Or do we all get to decide what is true for ourselves? And the American prosecutors were seized with indecision in the situation. They didn't know how to approach it. What they finally decided is, basically, because we won, we get to judge you.

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Breaking Down the Obama 'Apology Tour'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:36 min | Last month

Breaking Down the Obama 'Apology Tour'

"Now, in a unique way, as a graduate of president Obama is a Harvard Law graduate as you are, you're carrying a rifle and a war zone, president Obama is off on the apology tour. How did that feel? Because you know that that's an ideologue. That's not a commander in chief. That's an ideologue spouting Ben Rhodes written nonsense. The metternich and the MSNBC is out there feeding him lines, which just doesn't match up with your reality walking point. Yeah, well, as I say in all these strong Barack Obama was the most ideological president since Woodrow Wilson, he's an example of what Jean kirkpatrick famously said about the Democrats that blame America first Democrat. And we took that tour in the spring of 2000 winter in spring of 2009. He continued to apologize for he viewed as America sands. Remember, it was on the apology tour when he denigrated American exceptionalism, which most Americans hold dear, saying it was no different from Greeks thinking Greece's exceptional or the British thinking Great Britain is exceptional, which is rarely Obama's way of saying that it's just kind of an outdated and obsolete chauvinism for one zone that we should really all transcend our petty patriotism. And become what Obama declared himself in the 2008 campaign, a citizen of the world. So it makes a certain sense that he would go on that kind of apology tour. Because he is deeply hostile to American power and America's unique leadership role in the world. In fact, he said, his client not only was strong, that no world order should elevate one nation above the other. Most

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Supreme Court takes up race-conscious college admissions

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Supreme Court takes up race-conscious college admissions

"Months after overturning roe V wade the Supreme Court again delves into one of the nation's most contentious cultural issues affirmative action in higher education It's another test of whether the court's conservative majority will move the law to the right The cases involve challenges to university of North Carolina and Harvard programs that consider an applicant's race among other factors Lower courts have rejected claims that the programs discriminated against white and Asian American applicants The high court itself has twice upheld race conscious college admissions programs in the past two decades but the bench looks different now with three Trump appointees plus the court's first black woman Brown Jackson She will sit out the Harvard case because she recently was a member of an advisory governing board Sagar Meghani Washington

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From Bakke to Fisher, evolution of affirmative action cases

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

From Bakke to Fisher, evolution of affirmative action cases

"The Supreme Court will take up affirmative action For the second time in 6 years the Supreme Court will take up the issue of affirmative action but the conservative majority is now generally expected to end the use of race in higher education admissions The court is hearing two cases involving the university of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Harvard the nation's oldest public and private universities respectively the challengers to the university's programs have lost at every step as lower courts have rejected their claims that the school discriminates against white and Asian American applicants a decision in both cases is not expected before late spring I'm Shelley Adler

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Lies, Lies, And More Lies

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:44 min | Last month

Lies, Lies, And More Lies

"Do you know that what bothers me more than the fact that Biden lies? Almost every day is that the press doesn't report it. The American media are as likely to report this lie. As proud the would have reported a lie, spoken by brezhnev. Who was in office for God when I think about it, I have to explain who brezhnev was. It's very sad. What percentage of Harvard seniors could identify in at brezhnev? What do you think? It'd be very low. Very low. That's pretty important. No, no. Okay, what about Nikita Khrushchev? Any post Soviet, any post solemn leader. In other words, if I were to ask a Harvard senior, name two named one Soviet leader other than Lenin and Stalin. And you don't think I have a right to be upset that they couldn't name one? No, no, maybe I'm wrong. I'm totally okay with that. Yeah. You think it's too heavy a load. Okay, how about this? Should a Harvard senior be able to identify Pol Pot? I mean, that's if you can't name all the genocidal leaders, and they're like 5. Of the 20th century, that's a lacuna. I think, with the lacuna. Lacuna means hole for those of you who graduated college.

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Massive learning setbacks show COVID's sweeping toll on kids

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Massive learning setbacks show COVID's sweeping toll on kids

"Massive learning setbacks show COVID sweeping toll on kids a district by district analysis known as the education recovery scorecard shared with The Associated Press found the average student lost half a year of learning in math and more than a quarter of a year in reading some districts lost an average of over two years of learning in high poverty areas were affected the most Test scores retreated even in places that quickly returned to in person schooling especially mass scores in low income communities Experts say COVID anxiety parental unemployment and sickness in the family also may have contributed to the decline Stanford professor Sean riordan and Harvard economist Thomas Kane compared data from a test known as the nation's report card with local standardized test scores from 29 states and Washington D.C. Jennifer King Washington

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"This is elise box recording. Ali rox recording star in the public domain sayings of confucius from the harvard classics. Look one one master said in learning in straightway practicing. They're not letter. Also when friends gather round from afar louis knock rejoice whom lack of fame cannot fix is not he gentleman to. You do said a dutiful son and brother is seldom fond of working those over him a madden willing to those over him is never a given crime a gentleman nurses routes when route has taken. The truth will grow and other good stuff love but the duty of sun enough brother three. The master said honeyed words. In flattering look seldom speak of love for chang tzu said thrice daily. I ask myself have been unfaithful in dealing for others have been untrue to france. Why practice what. I preach five. The master said the guy the land of a thousand chariots honor. Business be true in sparing love. The people in die claims upon them six. The master said the own should be dutiful. At home modest abroad he'd fuller true full of goodwill for many close friends would love entered. They have strength despair. Let them spend it upon the arc's seven tuesday. I said if a man on our birth in forsake last serve father and mother would all his strength be ready to give his life for the king in keep faith with his friends. Though men make all him rude i call him learning a the master said Gentlemen who is frivolous non-standing all marquette is learning be sound make fateful listen through die masters have no friends unlike dice off. He not ashamed demand. I fox night. Chang said respect that recall forefathers. The good man mulligan gross thirty ten to teen said chew the master uncommon through country. Learn all about the government. Does he asked or is it told him.

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"This is a liberal fox. Recording all liberty. Vox recordings are in the public domain. The sayings of confucius from the harvard classics edited by charles. W eliot introductory note the name confucius is the latter nuys form of the chinese characters comb foods meaning the master cone. The bearer of this name was born of an ancient and distinguished family in the district of seoul in the current province of shandong china bc. Five five one. His father was a soldier reputation and governor of zoll but not a man of wealth confucius married at nine teen and in his early manhood held a minor office but within a few years he became a public teacher and soon attracted numerous disciples rising in reputation. He was invited to the courts of joe where he investigated. The traditional ceremonies and maxim's of the ruling dynasty and in the following year visited another state where he studied the ancient music when he was nearly fifty in the five hundred bay bc. He gained took office becoming intern. Chief magistrate of the town of jong tall assistant superintendent of works to the ruler of law and finally minister of crime in spite of almost miraculous efficiency. He lost the support of his ruler in four nine six bc and until his death in four seven eight bc he wondered from state to state. Sometimes well treated sometimes endearing. Severe hardships always saddened by the refusal. Of the turbulent potentates to be guided by his beneficent councils sooner was he dead however than his wisdom was recognized by peasant and emperor alike admiration rose to veneration veneration to worship sacrifices. Were offered to him. Temples built in his honor and a colts established which has lasted almost two thousand years. Confucius did not regard himself as an innovator because the conservative of truth and ceremonial propriety he dealt with neither theology nor metaphysics but with moral and political conduct the looney analytics or sayings of confucius were probably compiled says. Leg by the disciples of the disciples of the sage making free use of the written memorials concerning him which they had received and the oral statements which they had heard from there several masters and we shall not be far wrong if we determine its date as about the beginning of the third all the end of the fourth century before christ and of the introductory note..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"As this kept us running up and down the rigging one hand was sent aloft at each masthead to stand by to loose and for all the sales at the moment of the order. I took my place at the four and loosed and furled the royal five times before raynsford island and the castle at one tack. We ran so near to raynsford island. That looking down from the royal yard the island with its hospital buildings. Nice gravelled walks and green. Platz seemed to lie directly under our yard arms. So close is the channel to some of these islands that we ran the end of our flying jib boom over one of the outworked. So the fortifications on georgia's island and had an opportunity of seeing the advantages of that point as a fortified place for and working up the channel. We presented a fair stem and stern for raking from the batteries. Three or four times one gun might have knocked us to pieces. We it all set our hearts on giving up to town before night and going ashore but the tide beginning to run strong against us and the wind with there was of it being head. We made little by whether bowing the tide and the pilot gave orders to cock bill. The inker and overhaul the chain making too long stretches which brought us into the roads. Under the lee of the castle he clued up the top sales and let go the anchor and for the first time since leaving san diego one hundred and thirty five days are inker was upon bottom in half an hour more. We were lying snugly with all sails. Furled safe in boston. Harbor are long voyage ended the well-known seen about us and the dome of the state house fading in the western sky the lights of the city starting into sight as the darkness came on and at nine o'clock the clinger of the bells ringing. Their custom peels among which the boston boys try to distinguish the well-known tone of the old south we adjust done furlan sales when a beautiful little pleasure but luffed up into the wind under a quarter and the junior partner of the firm to which are ship belong. Mr hooper jumped on board. I saw him from the missing topsail yard and knew him. Well he shook the captain by the hand and went into the cabin and in a few minutes came up inquired of the made for me the last time i had seen him. I was in the uniform an undergraduate of harvard college and now to his astonishment there came down from aloft a rough alley looking fellow with duck trousers and mid shirt long hair and face burnt stark as an indians we shook hands and he congratulated me upon my return in my appearance of health and strength and said that my friends were all well. He had seen some of my family a few days before. I thanked him for telling me what i should not have dared to ask. And if the first bringer of unwelcome news half but a losing office and his tongue sounds ever after like a sullen bell. Certainly i ought ever to remember this man in his words with pleasure. The captain went up to the town in the boat with mr hooper and left us to pass another night on board ship and to come up with the mornings tied under command of the pilot so much to be..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"I'm interested in how these issues of bias in technology systems were informed by your own personal history. You were the first black woman to earn a phd in computer science from mit. Also got your degree in computer science from undergraduate degree in computer science from harvard your phd was in two thousand and one twenty years later we're still talking about racism and misogyny being endemic in the tech sector. What was your experience like your personal experience as a black woman making your way up in that world. Oh my god that's like a that's a. That's a session all by itself so like you're pointing out just to give people context you know. When i was in there mitee i would usually be the only black or the only woman in my class and gay created lots of problems for people who thought that to be like them intellectually that you had to look like them or be like them and so as a result you know it was very difficult because you just didn't have the support structures. It was just much much much harder. When i would come to harvard as a senior fellow and you walk into a classroom you would just see a sea of white guys and now you walk into a classroom at harvard and it seems like he walked into the united nations. These are the best and brightest from around the world and so time has changed in many ways but when we look at the and harvard or the faculty it mit. We don't see that diversity and so that we still have a long way to go. That was interested in this area. Also because you said you seem to have this knack for finding these problems and issues. I do you think that the fact that you are so different from sort of the white guy hive. Mind that you were adjacent to when you were studying computer science. Do you think that influenced your ability to sort of think about things differently or helped you think about things differently. That's a fantastic question. I don't actually now what to attributed to like. Why is it that. I always see things in a different way. But i've been able to teach other people to see it that way too. I don't know whether it's systems systems. Kind of view that by looking at the world in moralistic way that you know. There's an action this reaction what could be going on or whether it is related to my history. I often think about my great grandfather. I was raised by my great grandparents which is already an oddity yet. Another oddity and they were born in eighteen ninety nine in one thousand nine hundred and they had lived all their lives in the south through jim crow and so forth. And my great-grandfather had these rules about ways. He had found to survive..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"Hello and welcome to the new season of the harvard kennedy school policy cast. I'm ralph reed alley your host. Since we launched the new version of policy cast two years ago we've brought you insight and groundbreaking research from harvard kennedy school faculty on a broad range of important issues from the complex relationship between technology and society to workplace bias to pandemic responses to the climate crisis to start the new academic year. We're beginning this fall. Season with a mini series of episodes built around a theme. We're calling systems failure. Each episode will feature different h. A faculty member with a unique expertise in areas including economics technology and healthcare conversations will focus on how the systems that play a huge role in determining how we live. Our lives cannot only treat individuals and groups of people equally but can also exacerbate inequality more generally in our society. We'll also talk about strategies to change those systems to make them more equitable. I found that these ads when you typed on a person's name if the first name was given more often to black babies white babies these ads started popping up climate that the person had in a restaurant there even if they did and.

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note oliver wendell holmes was born in cambridge massachusetts of his twenty ninth eighteen o nine and educated at philips academy andover and harvard college. After graduation he entered the law school but soon gave up law for medicine he studied. I in boston and later spent two years in medical schools in europe mainly in paris on his return. He began to practice in boston but in two years he was appointed professor of anatomy at dartmouth college a position which he held from eighteen thirty eight to eighteen forty. When he again took up his boston practice it was soon after this in eighteen forty three that he published his essay on the contagious -ness of pure parole fever his only contribution of high distinction to medical science from eighteen forty seven to eighteen eighty two. He was parkland professor of anatomy and physiology in the harvard medical school. He died in boston october. Seventh eighteen ninety four in spite of the importance of the paper here printed homes reputation as a scientist was overshadowed by that one by him as a wit and a man of letters when he was only twenty one his old ironsides brought him into notice and through his poetry and fiction and the sparkling talk of the breakfast table series. He took a high place among the most distinguished group of writers that america has yet.

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Meridian tower then much revolving thus in size began. Oh thou that with surpassing glory. Crown looks from dice. Old dominion like the god of this new world at whose site all the stars hide the diminished ed's to the i call but with no friendly voice and add thy name. Oh some detail the how. I hate diabetes teams that bring to my remembrance from what state i fell. Glorious once above dice fear to pride and worse ambition through down warring in heaven against heaven's matchless king wherefore he deserved no such return from me. We created what i was in that bright eminence and with his good upgraded. None was this service art art. What could be less than to afford him. Praise the easiest recompense and pay him. Thanks how do at all his good pru deal in me and rock but malice lifted up so high is dane subjection and dot one step higher would set me highest and in a moment quit the death immense of endless gratitude so burdensome still paying still to forgetful what from him i still received and understood not that a grateful mind by owing owes no but still pays at once indebted and discharged but burton. Oh had his powerful destiny or deigned me some inferior angel. I stood then happy. No unbounded hope. It raised ambition yet. Why not some other power as great might have aspired and me though mean drawn to his part but other powers great fell not but stand unshaken from within or from without to all temptations on had style the same free will and power to stand thou had st- who has style then or what to accuse but heavens free love dealt equally to all be then his love accursed since love or hate to me alike. Get deals eternal. Whoa nee i be thou- since against his thy will chose really what it now so justly ruse me miserable which way shall i fly infinite raffin infinite despair which way i fly as hell myself. I'm hell.

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note james. Russell lowell february twenty-second eighteen nineteen to august twelfth. Eighteen ninety. One was an american romantic poet critic and diplomat. He is associated with the fireside poets. A group of new england writers who were among the first american poets that rivaled the popularity of british poets. These writers usually use conventional forms and meters in their poetry making them suitable for families entertaining at their fireside. Low graduated from harvard college in eighteen. Thirty eight despite his reputation as a troublemaker and went on to earn a law degree from harvard law school. He published his first collection of poetry in eighteen. Forty one and married maria white in eighteen. Forty four the couple had several children. Though only one survived past childhood he became involved in the movement to abolish slavery with low using poetry to express his anti-slavery views and taking a job in philadelphia. Pennsylvania as the editor of an abolitionist newspaper after moving back to cambridge lowell was one of the founders of a journal called the pioneer which lasted only three issues. He gained notoriety in eighteen. Forty eight with the publication of a fable for critics a book length poem satirizing contemporary critics and poets the same year. He published the big low papers which increased his fame. He went on to publish several other poetry collections and essay collections throughout his literary career maria died in eighteen fifty three and lowell accepted a professorship of languages at harvard in eighteen fifty four he traveled to europe before officially assuming his teaching duties in eighteen fifty six and married francis dunlap shortly thereafter in eighteen fifty seven that year low also became editor of the atlantic monthly. He continued to teach at harvard for twenty years. He received his first political appointment the ambassadorship to the kingdom of spain. Twenty years later he was later appointed ambassador. To the court of saint james's he spent his last years in cambridge in the same state where he was born and died there in eighteen. Ninety one low believed that the poet played an important role as a prophet and critic of society. He used poetry for reform particularly in abolition ism however his commitment to the anti-slavery cause wavered over the years. As did his opinion on african americans he attempted to emulate the true yankee accent in the dialogue of his characters particularly in the big low papers. This depiction of the dialect as well as his many satires was an inspiration to writers such as mark twain and h l mencken..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"To harvard kennedy school and harvard. Business school professor arthur brooks happiness is a field of academic study an almost endlessly fascinating one at that. For one thing there's its universality our happiness or lack thereof is something virtually all of us think about all the time and it can have a big impact on our decision making but how do we define happiness is how we feel is an approach to life and how much control over it do. We really have. What percentage of our happiness comes from say. Our environment from genetics can government. Make us happier. Should it can corporations brooks whose career has included being classical musician. And the head of the free market. American enterprise institute is here with us to sort through some of these questions and we're happy to have him..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The interior of the cathedral is obstructed by the organ in the middle acting like a screen. I know not why in real architecture. The hunger of the eye for length of line is so rarely gratified. The rule of art is that a colonnade is more beautiful. The longer it is and that ad infinitum and the nave of a church is seldom so long that it need be divided by screen. We loitered in the church outside the choir whilst service was said whilst we listened to the oregon my friend remarked the music is good and yet not quite religious but somewhat as if among were panting to some fine queen of heaven see was unwilling and we did not ask to have the choir shown us but return to our in after seeing another old church of the place we passed in the train clarendon park but could see little but the edge of a would though see had wished to pay closer attention to the birthplace of the decrees of clarendon at bishop's stoke we stopped and found mr h who received us in his carriage and took us to his house at bishop's waltham on sunday we had much discourse on a very rainy day. My friends asked whether there were any americans any with an american idea. Any theory of the right future of that country thus challenged. I thought myself. Neither of caucuses nor congress neither of presidents nor of cabinet ministers nor of such as would make of america another europe. I thought only of the simplest and purest mines..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"But a compass box this cup or little boat in which the magnet was made to float on water and so show the north was probably its first form before it was suspended on a pin but science was in our keenum and as britain was a finnish in secret so they kept their compass a secret and it was lost with the tyrian commerce the golden fleece again of jason was the compass a bit of lodestone easily. Supposed to be the only one in the world and therefore naturally awakening the q. Pity ambition of the young heroes of american nation to join an expedition to obtain possession of this wise stone. Hence the fable at the ship. Argo was loquacious and oracular leader..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Less tolerance and compared the savings of somerset house to the boy who asked confucius how many stars in the sky confucius replied. He minded things near him then said the boy. How many hairs are there in your eyebrows. Confucius said he didn't know and didn't care. Still speaking of the americans see complained that they dislike the coldness and exclusiveness of the english and run away to france and go with their countrymen and are amused instead of manfully staying in london and confronting englishman and acquiring their culture who really have much teach them. I told c. That i was easily dazzled and was accustomed to concede readily all that an englishman would ask i saw everywhere in the country proofs of sense and spirit and success of every sort. I like the people. They are as good as they are handsome. They have everything and can do everything. But meantime i surely know that. As soon as i returned to massachusetts i shall lapse at once into the feeling which the geography of america inevitably inspires that we play the game with immense advantage. That they're not here. Is the seat in center of the british race and that no skill or activity can long compete with the prodigious natural advantages of that country in the hands of the same race and that england an old and exhausted island must one day be contented like other parents to be strong only in her children but this was a proposition. It's no englishman of whatever condition can easily entertain. We left the train at salisbury and took a carriage to amesbury passing by old sarum a bare treeless hill once containing the town which sent two members to parliament now..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"By robot bums. Oh that was attending. The heavens does dwell. why's it please best thighs. Sale sends into heaven intend to hail all glory and no fun. They get real. If done before the i blessed please matchless might when that has left in night that i am here Site for gifts in gays above ning and a shining light to all this place. What was i. Love my generation that i should get sick exultation i what is the worst just stem nation for broken laws. Sykes thursday years in creation through items. 'cause when from my mother's womb fail they might. He plunged me deep. Inhale the national mechanisms and reap and wale in bumbling leaks with damage devils reload on yale chain to the stakes yet. I am a chosen sample to show that graces puzzle. I'm he hit appellate. I temple strong as unreal a gate a buckler and example to flop but yet allowed. Confess i must at times fasht with fleshy lust and sometimes to trust vile self gets in but the amount of dust defiled. We said lob yesterday in the will make by pop night sincerely beg near be eleven. Played to my disown. And i'll nil leftover lawless leg again. Appoint how besides Will easies lasts the titans. So that law that friday. I was food when i come near announced i kings by seventy would never steal. Maybe they would let this fleshy thought buffet by seven. Last he cleared a high should come but he's see gifted fc. I hand when emu barton until they left it locked last night chosen in this place but he has chosen race but god confirmed stubborn face and blast them name opening my elbows his grace and opened. Shame mind go. In hamilton's resents he drinks and sweets and plays it has taken yet so we could even small free goods in. Please people's hats. He steals a wall and when we chasing him there for canes have he bled secca split and set the world in a row laugh at us custody his basket and his store keel and potatoes agonised. Try and play against that presbyterian roya by strong right hand law market bad the heat's laud visit them and dennis for their misdeeds log might go Tuned aken my very happen fleischer. Quick to think a we stood sweeten shaken.

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note henry david thoreau was born at concord massachusetts july twelve eighteen seventeen and died their may sixth eighteen sixty two he was one of the most markedly individual of that group of philosophers and men of letters which has made the name of the little massachusetts town so notable in the intellectual history of america. The row came of a family of french descent and was educated at harvard. He was bred says his friend emerson to know profession. He never married. He lived alone he never went to church. He never voted. He refused to pay a tax to the state. He ate no flesh. He drank no wine he never knew the use of tobacco. And though a naturalist he used neither trap nor gun the individualism which is implied in these facts was the most prominent characteristic of this remarkable person holding. That man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone. He found that a small part of his time devoted to making lead pencils carpentering and surveying gave him enough for his simple needs and left him free for the rest of the year to observe nature of think and to write in eighteen. Forty five zero built himself. A hut on the edge of walden pond and for over two years lived there in solitude composing his week on the concord and merrimack rivers. During these years he kept a journal from which he later drew the volume called walden and these are his only two books published during his lifetime. From articles in magazines and manuscripts some eight more volumes have been compiled since his death interesting. As is the philosophy which permeates the work of this solitary. His books found readers rather on account of their minute and sympathetic observation of nature and the beauty of their style. The following essay on walking represents all three elements and in its charming discursive. Nece in the absence of any structure to hinder the writers pen from wandering. It will and in the responsiveness which it exhibits to the moods. In suggestions of nature is a characteristic expression of its author spirit..

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note in spite of the fertility of america in mechanical invention and applied science there are few branches of pure science in which she can be regarded as among the leading nations. Her nearest approach to preeminence has probably been in astronomy and in this field. Simon newcomb was at his death. The most distinguished figure nukem was born in the village of wallace nova scotia march twelfth eighteen. Thirty five his father who was a teacher gave him his elementary education and at the age of eighteen refined him teaching country school in maryland. Two years later a position as computer on the nautical almanac brought him to cambridge massachusetts where he studied in harvard university till eighteen sixty one when he was appointed professor of mathematics in the united states navy he remained in the government service till he was retired as a rear admiral in eighteen. Ninety seven having served besides as professor mathematics and astronomy in johns hopkins university baltimore from eighteen. Eighty four newcomb's labors were in the department of mathematical astronomy and were directed toward the explanation of the observed movements of the heavenly bodies the difficulty and complexity of the calculations involved are beyond the conception of the layman and the achievements which brought nukem honors from the learned of almost all civilized countries. Have to be taken on trust. By the general he had nevertheless an admirable power of clear exposition of those parts of his subject which were capable of popularization and the accompanying paper is a good example of the simple treatment of a large subject. Newcomb's interests extended beyond his special field and he wrote with vigour and originality on finance and economics and played a leading part in the general intellectual life of his.

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"harvard" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"How are you. I know it looks like i accidentally made the meeting like twelve hours. Long it's definitely not gonna take more than fifteen minutes. No that's okay. This is my name is camille mojica but everyone just calls me cami. I am currently an intern. Working for stitcher but i am an audio producer and audio engineer. Kill me recently. Started working with us on the obscure. Podcast and i wanted to talk to her today. Because of this so i went to boston. University from twenty seventeen to twenty twenty. Are you familiar with the harvard bridge. Yeah yeah. I had friends that attended harvard and i would also have events like on the harbored side of the bridge or just go there to hang out around that campus. Because it's like hogwarts. And i wanted to be like a harvard student even no. I wasn't one when you went over the harvard bridge. Do you have any memories. Anything about the harvard bridge. That is unusual. Yes so the first time. I went over the harvard bridge. I was with one of my friends who attended harvard. And there are these markings on the bridge. And i you know coming from new york. You have like street art. So i was like. I ignored them for a little while. But they just kept popping back up. So i decided to look down at one of And it said something. Like three hundred and something smooth. And i was like what is.

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Mid the trouble that ensued Trouble can hinder the full quest when royalty had fallen dust miserably. The riddling thinks compelled us to let slide the dim past and attend to instant needs. Well i will start afresh on once again made dark things clear right worthy concern feebis worthy line to for the dead i also as meat will lend my aid to avenge the wrong to thebes unto the god novus how far off kinsman but myself shall i expel this poison in the blood for who so slew that king might have a mind to strike me to with his assassin hand therefore in writing him i serve myself up. Children hasty quit. These alter says take hinshaw. Sapient ones go summoned hither even commons. With god's good successes. Shaw is ruined if we fail accent oedipus and korean come children lettuce hands. These gracious was still the very purpose of our suit. And may the gold who sent his oracle saves with all and rid us of this past accent priest and supplements sweet voice daughter. Zeus from my goal paved ping shrine lofted thieves divine. What does sound bring the. My soul is racked and shivers with year. Healer of here has felt some pain on number before or with the circling years renews penance in your offspring of golden. Hope voice. immortal andy. I summer theme. I call zeus porn goddess defend robinson sister artemis radio thieves high thrown in the midst of our mart. More of the death wing karch or three four eight eye cream from death and bruin our city to save if the days of old when we ni- perished gave draped from our land the fiery plague being near us now and defend us on me what countless wurmser mind all. Our host is in decline weaponless. My spirit lies earth. Her gracious fruits denies women. Ueli barron throws life on life. Down stricken goes swifter winning birds flight swifter than the firebirds might the western shores of night wasted thus by death on death all our city parish corpses spread infection round none to ten or more discount wailing on altar stare. Wising randoms rings air long drawn. Moans piercing cries lunch with prayers in. Whitney's golden child zoo so here but find angel face appear grant that aries. Who's hot breath. I feel though without charge for steel. He stocks whose voice is the battle. Shouts me turn in sudden route. The in harvard three sweetwater sped or infiltrations bed for what night exam done smit by tomorrow son. Perisher fathers whose hands does wheeled the lightning brands lane him. Beneath by levying bold. We pray slang. Oh that combine arrows to hang from that taught. Gold goldstrike might fly abroad. The champions of our rights and the flashing mike of arguments where with the hundred sweeps across the l- issues deeps the to why call with golden snorted hair whose name orlando bear. Bacchus to combine many evil shout. Come with five bright torch route. Five god who. We adore the god. From god's hor enter. Oedipus you pray as well but would you hear my words and heed them and apply the remedy. He might put on find comfort and relief. Mind you. I speak as one who comes a stranger to this triple no less than to the crime. For how unaided. Could i track it far without a clue which lacking full too late was. I enrolled citizen of thieves this proclamation. I addressed all theban. If he knows the man by whom layoffs son of lab dhaka's slain. I summon him to make clean shrift to me. And if he shrinks they reflect that thus confessing he shall scape the capital charge for the worst penalty that she will befall him is banishment unscathed. He shall depart but if an alien from a foreign land be known to any as the murderer let him who knows speak out and he shall have due recompense from me an thanks to boot but if he still keeps islands if through fear itself oh friends you disregard my head. I hear what i then resolve. I lay my ban on the assassin. Who so he let nobody in this land where off i hold the sovereign rule harbor off speak to him give him no part in prayer or sacrifice old lustral rights but hound him from your homes for this is our defilement. So god hath lately showed to me by oracle's thus as their champion. I maintain the calls both of the gold on the murdered king on the murderer this curse i lay on him and all the partners in his guilt rich. May he pie in uttar wretchedness and for myself if with my priverty gained. Admittance to my hof. I pray the cursed i laid on others fall on me. See that he give to all my best for my sake. And the gods out for our land a desert blasted by the wrath of heaven fall. Let alone the god's express command were a scandal. You should leave on purged the murder of a great man and your king nor track at home. I now that i am load successor to his throne. His bed is wife and had he not being frustrated in the home of issue call on children of one move had forced a closer bond tweaks him on me but fate swoop down upon him therefore i his blood avenger will maintain his calls as though he were my size and leave no stone unturned. Attract the assassin or avenge the son of dacas of polito of cadmus and again. No i of the race. And for the disobedient i pray may the god send them neither timely fruits of us not me increase of the womb. But may they waste pine does. Now they waste die worse stricken but to all of you. My loyal subjects. Who approve acts may justice out ally. And all god's be gracious. The tenue evermore oath take an swear. I slew him not myself nor can i need this layer for the quest twelve down then. Feebis who proposed the rebel himself should give the answer. Who the murderer was well-argued bird. No living man can hope to force the gods speak against their will. May i then say what seems next. Best is.

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