20 Burst results for "Huck Finn"

"huck finn" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"huck finn" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Mark, you said right up front, were you talking about how this sort of liberal mainstream was overrun and intimidated and sort of pushed aside by what was originally a relatively small, radical faction. And I want to think about why that happened because obviously the liberals, the old liberals, had the power. The radicals, numerically, were not strong enough, they were younger professors. So I'm thinking, could it be that the older liberals somehow shared some of the assumptions of the radicals so that the radicals were able to say things like you're supposed to be an antiracist? How can you not agree with us that Mark Twain's huckleberry friend does not belong in the curriculum? Why would an argument so inane work? Unless the old liberals were to some degree vulnerable to it. I think the old liberals felt a great deal of moral authority from the civil rights movement. And then from women's liberation and then from the gay liberation of the 70s, this is liberalism. This is be a free individual. This is live and let live. Do your own thing. Whatever floats your boat. That was kind of the popular liberal attitude. And what they didn't realize is that not only were they offering this individualization that would liberate in their eyes, they were taking away the foundations of any kind of ultimate kind of moral authority, the foundations that would give deeper purpose deeper meanings in life. So that the liberal outlook really became don't believe in anything too strongly, right? We don't want strong gods. We don't want to be too forceful in our convictions. Let's not judge. We don't want to judge. We're going to let people be. And the thing is, the left never got into that kind of relativistic, easygoing, live and let live. They kind of offered that as a surface excuse or rationale, but what they really were doing was playing deep power games. Saul Lewinsky tactics, who was a brilliant tactician, by the way, and they ran circles around the liberals, and the liberals were always scared. Of getting the leftist accusation of, you know, what kind of conservative church are you trying to take us back? You want to take us back to Jim Crow. You want to put women back in the kitchen and the bedroom? And they were so vulnerable. They were so intimidated by those accusations. I mean, I saw them in meetings when liberal would offer but open free speech kind of things like, oh, you think it's okay to offend these people? Haven't these people suffered enough? And the liberals would buy it. They were such dupes. They were the useful idiots for the left. And so I would see the way the bureaucracy would be structured to make this happen. So if you teach a course, you have 35 students in the course. Two students on the course evaluation is complain that you committed some little micro aggressions. Maybe you taught huck Finn, which has the N word in those two students complaint. The other 33 students, good teacher, really, you know, learned a lot from him. The usual, those two students count more than those 33. They can file a complaint, it might take months the administration would take it very seriously. You will may end up saying, well, I'm sorry I taught that book. I didn't want to offend anyone. They do the apology, you know, the struggle session routine. And it passes away, but meanwhile, you've had three or four months of feeling like you've been smeared. I'm a good person. I didn't do anything that I didn't want to offend anyone. That's the liberal sensibility at work. The process is the punishment. And so what does the liberal teacher do? I'm not going to teach that book anymore. I'm going to change my ways. I'm not going to fight. There's something about the spinelessness. And I think Mark, I want to highlight the point that it's not just that it's a complaint from two students because let's imagine that those two students were being taught James Joyce's Ulysses. And the same two students were to say, you know, this book has an awful lot of raw sexuality in it I've been raised in a conservative household. This is a little disturbing to me. You shouldn't be teaching this kind of explicit stuff in a university. It's going to corrupt the morals of young people. I mean, the administration would not take that seriously with the professor wouldn't have to worry about that. So it is the very nature of the allegation coming from the left and Tapping into, well, it's kind of the race card, isn't it? And it's the gender card. As my boss rusty, Reno puts it. Well, liberals are against it, except when they're for it. Okay? They're very flexible about these things. We would say they're hypocritical. No, we're nuanced, okay? They would always rationalize their inconsistencies on precisely the grounds that you identified. The double standard, you know, dinesh you. It was amazing how they would just do it. And I think that they realize, well, this is how you rise in academia. I mean, if you're a college president now, you might be dealing with millions of dollars here and there. You've got an endowment to take care of. You've got big donors, you got a new hospital that you're building. All these big things going on..

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How Basic Research Can Lead to Unexpected Breakthroughs

The Science Show

02:20 min | 9 months ago

How Basic Research Can Lead to Unexpected Breakthroughs

"The importance of sohn's to society has never been so relevant as it is today this has been brought into shop relief by the immediate response to the pandemic but also by the very topical longer term challenges of climate change global pollution and population expansion sciences at the very center of our ability to meet these challenges and to improve the social and economic health of communities. On sure. you'll hear much about taking bicyc- research and driving through to outcomes for the public good. I'm sure that we all agree. On how important it is to remember that again and again it's been bicyc- research primarily undertaken to a new knowledge and understanding not for a clear applied outcome that has been the critical seat for significant usually unexpected breakthroughs. That have led to major improvements in humanities wellbeing. I've been very fortunate in my own career in a small y to have witnessed this so clearly my graduate supervisor worked on ross river virus and nitrous that when you extracted from insect cells using huck finn all the small roy millar. I broke into two hobbs. This did not happen with mammalian cells. Or if you're used coal phenyle. Was this apparent bright in the molecule at a specific sequence or just a general area in the middle of the molecule inappropriately. Important study for student as a control for the study. Though a sequence the ends of both insect and mammalian small ribozyme lower i they were identical and as it took months back then to do this limited secrecy. We had lots of time to think about. What the sequence meant and also to look at other organisms lot mice flies and bacteria to cut a very long story short. it led us to identify. That this sequence was responsible for the binding of the ribozyme to mission are and i at the right place to signal initiation and termination of pride and synthesis.

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"huck finn" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"huck finn" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Brilliant brilliant movie and the other movie that you should take a look at. It's pretty poison Which also stars a gay man. Anthony perkins didn't want to be gay. He went into version therapy but of course he kept going back and he also died of aids. And it's interesting that he's another guy in this movie about a fake life that he has to live and this is with anthony perkins and tuesday weld. Tuesday weld is an absolutely gorgeous actress. perkins was defined by psycho. You've probably seen psycho And that kind of typecast him so he was always playing psychopaths. Who were kind of all american boys but had this terrible You know mental illness but he was actually a fantastic actor who was limited by this so he plays a young man who is on parole from a mental institution and it becomes attracted to this absolutely all american beautiful girl. She just absolutely beautiful all american teenager and he starts to draw her into his fantasies. He's a secret agent. He's going on missions and suddenly things get out of hand and everything goes terribly wrong and the question now becomes. Whose imagination are they living in. I really recommend pretty poison. And by the way i have to mention this i. I'm i'm always reluctant to plug my own stuff. But another work that deals with identity and the american mind is my book identity man which is about a very much related to seconds and that it's about a man a thief a petty thief who gets involved in a murder escaping and he is given a chance at a second life and given the same kind of thing plastic surgery and he is set free and the guy the identity man who gives him. This new life says to him. You know you think you're going to have a new life because i've changed your face but you're not he's a foreigner the the identity man and he says. Because you're an american you are dumb you think this is a big wide country. I come to new place. No one knows me. I change. I have therapy. I read book. I take medicine of operation. I am new man. You are never knew. Man says the identity man. I am identity man. Who tells you this. You have identity like stain in flesh. It never leave you. You have history like stained in mind and the question that the book the identity man which is also highly recommend. It is one of my better books and also a book. That was kind of ignored. I've always felt it was one of my least appreciated novels But the question of the identity might men is. Is your identity a stain. How much control you have it comes up with. I think an original answer an answer to that question. I've never seen anywhere else but the answer. I want to go back to. Since i started with his fence. And i've read this passage before. And i'll go through it briefly but remember the essential seen the scene. That makes huck finn. The all american novel is the scene. Where huck realizes he's doing a terrible thing by society standards his helping the slave escape and he writes to the slave owner gyms owner and tells her that he had is going that. He's you know where the gym is going to be. So she can take him back and he has the letter and he says. I felt so good. He felt so good when he finishes writing this letter turning his friend jim in the slave and he says i felt good and all wash clean of sin for the first time i ever felt so in my life i note. I could pray now. But i didn't do it straight off. I didn't pray right away. But i lead the paper down this letter that he wrote and i sat there thinking how good it was that all this happened and how near i come to being lost going to hell by helping the slave escape and i went on thinking and i got to thinking over our trip down the river and i see jim before me all the time in the day and in the nighttime sometimes moonlight sometimes storms and we have floating along talking and singing and laughing and i couldn't seem to strike no places to harden me against him but only the other kind and he starts to think about how much he loves. Jim and how much how good. Jim has been to him. And he takes up the piece of paper and he holds it in his hand and he says i was trembling because i got to decide forever between between two things and i note it and i studied him in it sort of holding my breath and then says myself all right then i'll go to hell and tore it up and this is one of the mighty seen in american literature one of the greatest scenes in american literature. Because it's a young boy a little boy knows he's gonna go to hell for doing the wrong thing but we know that all the norms are wrong. The churches wrong. The law is wrong. The society is wrong. The traditions are wrong. The love is right and huckleberry finn is discovers in this moment that he's willing to face hell is willing to go to hell for love of his friend. And that i think is the path to our identity and that is the defining thing true. Love not just romantic love but true love is the path to identity and the path to who we are and who we are not and it's the path we have to follow. 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"huck finn" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:44 min | 10 months ago

"huck finn" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Not you know that. But how do you spell cleveland. it's k. L. a. v. a. Ender no es in cleveland. I just make it. Look this easy. So i want to return to the question of identity. I talked about last week and especially important. I think in in talking about whom we are going to be While we're in this difficult period in american history. We don't know if this period is going to last another year or another fifty years we have no idea. there's lots of surprises. I know a lot of people get paid a lot of money to tell you what's going to happen next but nobody was going to happen next And there are a lot of surprises to come and we the one thing. That's not a surprise that we know for sure is the you get this one life on earth and it will end and so you do not wanna live in misery and anger. You wanna live enjoy and with gusto even in difficult times even when you have to make sacrifices even when you have to stand up for something at great cost yourself. So i wanna keep talking about identity. Last week i was talking about identity in biblical terms. What the gospels. And the ultimate have to say about our identity as the image of god that is the essential self but is being acted out in the physical reality of our bodies in the world. The the physical reality of our bodies in the world that we are responsible to write it and yet we also wanna be ourselves special unique selves. And we wanna feel that that has guided by who we want to be. What we we want of ourselves. And i'm to turn to this and particularly american context because i think in america we have specific problems that have now spread to the whole world through us but that were brought up by us and i wanted to take a look at some of american works of art that discuss this and as a bonus you will get to hear about two wonderful wonderful cult thrillers. That you've never seen if. I will bet money that most of you have never seen this. Not all of you have never seen it but most of you have never seen these. These cult movies The reason the american dilemma is special is because in america we believe that you have the freedom to be who you want to be but again your identity is also defined by the god who made you and it's also defined by the customs and traditions. That are the combined wisdom of our forefathers right and the by the moment that we're living in time by your body. I think men have a responsibility to courage and integrity. I think women have a responsibility to tenderness generosity. But at the same time. I think individual men and women You know may have other ways of defining those responsibilities. So what does it mean to be a free man. What does it mean to be a free american. Well i think the essential taxed on this is huckleberry finn ernest. Hemingway famously said all modern american literature come from one book by mark twain called huckleberry finn. I know i've talked about huckleberry finn. But i think is essential Work of american art. And we we have this memory of huck finn. It's being about first of all of course it being about the central relationship between hawk and the escaped slave. Jim going down the river on a raft. But one of the things we forget about. Huck finn is that the kind of picturesque novel which means is one event following another event without necessarily connection and there's a lot of conman that they meet along the way a lot of dangerous people a lot of lies and there's a writer win interesting writer named paul cantor who writes about pop culture and he has a book called pop culture in the dark side of the american dream in which he specifically addresses the idea of freedom. In huck finn. And here's part of what he says. He says there is a dark side to the liberation of human desire and ambition that democracy brings about set free from aristocratic restraints. People in a democracy are beset by new fears uncertainties anxieties. They can no longer be sure of their status in life. The prospect of rising and status is inevitably accompanied by the possibility of falling. Now i you know this class. A class system gives you a very definitive identity. I saw this england. I saw people of different classes. Just eight at each other but also constrained and defined by their class. We don't really have that here. Women men the more restrictive the female and female roles are the more. You're also defined. I've talked about a famous scene in the Memoirs of an explorer mungo who has taken in by women after he's beaten senseless and these naked in the women. Say oh the poor white man. He has no mother. He has no women to take care of them. They knew exactly who they are but their role is limited. Once you take those restraints away. Suddenly you could be. You could want to be more than you are but you could be less than you are. And that's why you get the hysteria over me confirming your identity. You not just a man who says woman. I have to say you're woman because otherwise the whole thing the whole charade might fall apart. Can't goes onto say this though. He says moreover the clear aristocratic markers of social status dissolve leaving people to sort out where they stand in relation to each other it becomes difficult to distinguish the genuinely self made man from the conman..

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"huck finn" Discussed on Wonderful!

Wonderful!

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"huck finn" Discussed on Wonderful!

"I guess i don't know but it just this idea like of writing books for kids so they could get excited about reading And those books while popular were not actually really taught in schools Largely because they kind of took an anti education stance. This idea that like you could be a very logical person and still be. Be dealing with these fantastical things and not have the skills check understand them so it was like one teach kids in school that they don't need to actually go to school. Like if you think about like huck finn like it's just like oh is fiercely anti education. There's a whole world out there that is exciting nourishing and it's not school. They were not. They were not taught in school But what kind of change. Things is in the mid twentieth century. Us was very competitive with like the soviet union this whole idea like there are other countries than their children are performing better than our children on tests and have better outcomes and so there was an article In life magazine titled why do students bog down on the i r and also a book called. Why johnny can't read and what you can do about it And both these pieces kind of talked about how we are. We are giving children kind of thing. You know what specifically was called like dick and jane readers to see dick dick run run dick run like like not really encouraging them to like immerse themselves. You know yeah any progress. We have made with henry. Reading has been built upon the promise that once he is able to do this. He can read these books. He likes yeah himself. That's the carrot for him. It's not enough for him to just be like to have this knowledge in my brain. I wanna read these spiderman stories. Yeah my obsession. And the reason i thought about this is that like i have been obsessively buying henry books for a very long time now and i always feel good about it because it's like oh books are good We have way more than we could possibly need for a roomful of children And so much. So now that henry will be like dude any new books new books today like like he expects new books every week And in part of the reason. I get them as it has just like. It's so fun to see these stories and to think about kind of what learning there has to be done from them and then also like to kind of get him excited about like new new things that he can play in and nino come up with so this idea that we were not getting kids excited about reading and thus they were not becoming better students Kind of took off in this period. And that's when we started to get like barron. Steam bears like this idea like..

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"huck finn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"huck finn" Discussed on WTOP

"And Merry Christmas. I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following at this hour, celebrating the reason for the season that him her during the solemn, massive Christmas at the Basilica of the national Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. While many churches have been holding on line worship services, there are options today for traditional church going. Bishop Michael Burbridge of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington preached to a small crowd during the solemn mass of the Basilica of the national Shrine, which is the largest Catholic church in the US, We have done our very best To persevere in faith. But it has not always been easy. So we need This Christmas. More than ever. As we are reminded Why we as believers, never despair. Capacity limited to 250. People do the pandemic restrictions and those in attendance had to register in advance. The basilica holding one more Christmas fast today at 4 13. Kids across the area started their Christmas Day unwrapping so many gifts and even with social distancing w T O P got some candid reactions. Okay, E got a scooter. That's 12 year old Sarah Grace Caylor of Buoy opening. Her first gift has blue, green, orange and red and Santa didn't forget her three dogs. Huck Finn and Zaro have a stuffed toy. For them. They have a bunch of dog toys with Squeakers on Capitol Hill any Hubbard is enjoying her presence to despite a mix up with the reborn baby doll she was expecting. Turns out the company sent the wrong one. I'm talking about actual made by professional artist Despite the confusion, Mom says the 10 year old been understanding and it's probably gonna get here only 2 to 3 Weeks. One Matt small w T O P News something to look forward. You 305 on w t o P. The Central Union mission here in D. C. Is making Christmas special for men this year that have fallen on hard times. We are having.

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"huck finn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"huck finn" Discussed on KCRW

"Out for you. It's buried right here on this ship. It's the adventures of Tom Sawyer. It's the story of a boy. He doesn't have to go very far to dig up adventure. He finds it in his own small town on the Mississippi River. Okay, so Christian then what happens? He we basically enter the world of Tom Sawyer through the eyes of this little dog. That's right. Wishbone is actually the character of Tom Sawyer. Aunt. He is acting with a bunch of human actors who play the rest of the characters, including Huck Finn and And everyone else of that world of twins world Cat. Were you a fan of wishbone growing up? Oh, yeah, I was a huge fan. I was a giant wishbone obsessive. I had Ah, Wishbone backpack that someone got me in a couple of other smaller wish phones. See I grew up is a huge fan of the show about you, Christian. My brothers and I had two younger brothers, and we would rent wishbone videos from the library and watch them religiously, the ones that they had up there and then we also taped some Off of PBS, and we would watch them so not quite to the level of cat with the backpack and everything but definitely a fan. What was it about the show that was so endearing and made you into such super fans and made a lot of people into such super fans. Was it that he was just a really cute dog? Was there more to it than that? I mean, the fact that he was a very, very cute little dog. Those trademark little spots on his ear did make it very easy to fall in love with the show, but I think it was also that it was one of the only shows at the time. They didn't feel like it was babying you so when they would talk about all these different stories in these big adventures, it felt closest to how I felt as a little kid how lots of other little kids felt. In terms of wanting to go on these big adventures and taking yourself so seriously, But really, you're just a little kid stuck at home and living vicariously through this adventurous dog and and the fact that it was introducing you to all these great stories like I grew up loving the Three Musketeers and Robin Hood. And Oliver Twist and to see a dog play. Those stories out just made it that much more appealing. I mean, they're great stories. They're timeless for a reason and so that they had great material to work with and every up, So let's play a clip from the show. And in this episode, the main character, Joe is jealous. His mom has befriended a boy whose mom has died. And he's being comforted by an old family friend from Mexico named Senora Julia. And here's a clip from that episode. You are your mother's son. And no one's love is more important to her. Okay,.

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"huck finn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"huck finn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Big but the tides for salmon fishing. So you let's say we're out in the channel buoys out near number one number two buoy out there. Why? Why does eh Big tide affect that fishing out there. Well, some days. It's just because of the weather. It just creates rougher weather, and it's the sea stacks up when the tide is moving in a particular direction. That's one Two. Is it just you drift on those areas? You're fishing almost like in a river where you're fishing in front of the sand bars or on the back side of the sand bars, So you're just drifting too fast or there's too much current. Free to really stay in and fish. Those spots. Debate blows through and goes right literally will go right down the shipping lanes into the bay. You know, in an hour, it'll move that fast. So it just stay on the spot. So and then when you have we have, you know, suddenly win and an incoming tide. That's going to limit our where you confessed just from sea conditions and her and the the and the weather the boat being stable enough to fish. I'm going to nickname you. The old souls. My son will be proud. Um Andy, what's going on inside the bay? You don't bother it. Just it won't stop. It just it's you know, was limp early in the week limit the halibut and some bass. They're tossed in. The little Rock got into the part like trips now and but it's been a steady to fish, A rod on the halibut and the with 1/2 day trip, you know that this fish a couple hours with some kids at a Phish a rod on the halibut. And then the new Huck Finn in the kingfish have been, you know, really doing a great job on the mix in the fish up, and they said the potluck trips right now for at least for the next couple weeks or It would be a true potluck trip. Aree, you may have some rock hard during the day halibut and striped bass, all three of those on top of one another. I don't think I have ever heard and see if you have the quality of fission we've had this year for halibut over such a long period of time. I mean, a week here a week there. Yeah, we get it. Two fish Elrod maybe limits. Have you ever seen anything quite consistently this good before. You know, I would I would. There was periods last year where we had this kind of fishing. But it's certainly right up there. You know, in terms of you back to back years here where the halibut fishing has been just, you know, ridiculously good. Does he? Almost you could stop in any spot at the right point. There was fish in paradise. The flats down in the South Bay and certainly the central base. So You know, it's it's It's really of the peak. You know what we've seen in? I don't know. In the 40 years that we've fished Albert up here, really, You know, it goes back to the when the guys first started live bait trips back in the seventies. What do you think of a lot of us have felt this way a long time that a three fish halibut limit is too much. It's good fishing. We want to keep it that way. There is some talk. We want to reduce to two fish. And maybe even get rid of that trouble. Stinger hook which might be harmful to the Shakers. What do you think? Well, there's a lot of days of people walk off the boat with a lot of fish. And you know, it was certainly a lot of filet, so sometimes people use them all. And sometimes you know, they end up In the in this ball for crab bait, so You know, they're certainly to fish is very like on the link. Adia. We worked with the department keep eliminated, too. And it's a good discussion. You know, on three. I don't know. I don't know that there's people that would only fish of its three and not for two. I guess that's from a business standpoint. Um Buddy. All right now the resource is plentiful, and I hope that you know when people get off the boat, A lot of people get their fish final cut and filleted and they walk off the boat and be nice to think that all that taken care of And used it for us. Okay. Thank you. Have a good week. Oh, but Justus, good as if we Right. Bobble will put the request in for another week. Like this one, OK, Thanks and bye bye. A book A trip on a salmon boat, Obey boat or a six Packer. Call area Code 5 10 6523 for 03 Dan Marker right after the break. Whether you're new or happened with us for decades, we want to say thank you for listening from California's capital City. This is Sacramento's news radio, the one.

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"huck finn" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

Wrestling with God Show

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

"And one point huck Finn tries to run away and he. Gets joined up with this blacks slave. Trying to escape Jim and Jim is Mrs Watson Slave, and at first huck Finn just is. Going along with Jim, so we can escape, but then his conscience starts to wrestle with them because he was taught not to steal that stealing was evil. and. Jim is eight hundred dollars of somebody else. Property Jim is not really a human being. He's property. and. Huck Finn Konta falls in love with Jim. And Jim when they're getting close to freedom, the close to get freedom, the more ways on Huck, Finn's conscience that he's that he's stealing somebody's property. He's doing morally what he was raised not to do. And he looks at Jim and when Jim is sleeping wants. Jim is crying because he misses his wife and his child. In Hudson think. Wow He loves his wife and his child the same way white people do. And he falls in love with Jim and a one point. The slave catchers are after Jim. and. Huck writes note? This is around chapter thirty one hot huck writes a note were he's writing where they can find Jim. And his hand starts to tremble in his consciences wrestling, because he's come to love Jim Jim is just like every other human being, but he was raised that they're notch human beings. They're more than property. And he starts to wrestle, and he tears up the note. And he tears up the note, and he says I'M GONNA go to hell for this. For allowing, somebody to steal. I know I'M GONNA. Go to hell for this, and I'll do VAT in even worse, but I will not turn in Jim so in. Jim Comes Huck Finn says this is key race says. Thereafter us. Not after you, they're after us, and it's great evolution of. Morality! Wight, Christian morality in the deep out taught him how to be Prim. Tried to teach him how to be Prim and proper, and the irony is. Huck thinks he's immoral. Hug thinks that he's GonNa Burn Him Hell. His immorality is actually morality. Even if he can't recognized society's morality is actually immorality and in the story H-. Mark Twain is not being. A scripture scholar, but we'd say. Huck Finn shows to listen to his yet. Sir Toes that generous loving part. And Society. Slave owning states is over wellm with..

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"huck finn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Weeds if anybody's going out your backyard you're seeing those weeds you're those of you who did your diligence and in putting down your pre emergent sprays are a are are smiling today those who didn't or those who don't generally apply a pre emergence you know you're gonna have to do a little bit extra work to get some of those we japonesa time while the ground is nice and and and soft those weeds come out a lot more easily than they do in that case your home for the next two weeks I guess a runner ace hardware pick yourself up some who love those of those man you got the next couple weeks covered here's your IT field trip it's in the yard yeah a little Huck Finn might work for you right now G. and tried to conscript for workers to get out there and and Pam a penny per we'd you know do you do remember to to wear gloves you know I've made the mistake of going out there and feeling you know an energetic on a Saturday morning and grab that little hole and I haven't had one in my hand for several months and within about an hour of got some wicked blisters so be sure you yet you put those gloves on if you're not used to pull in that hello but yeah we got a a a a a crop of weeds on my goodness we're also get this water will put on a nice growth in for a lot of our trees and we could lead to a lot maybe a little extra time doing some pruning and shaping work before we get into our summer months hello this is really our prime time for doing a lot of pruning of of our evergreen trees especially you know we are you were kind of coming to the end of our our prime time for it for trimming deciduous trees although it's still you know it early enough we we we can print deciduous trees really to the end of April but that you know after then you want to start reducing the.

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"huck finn" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Welcome back friends were heck. We did not take a ten minute intervention. It's fine intervention intervention. Enter check them all getting conversation. Yes finchley no time out depends on what intervention is. Because because she has her mixologist slash bartender socially the intervention. I what are you saying. I'm just saying don't invoke say that Rebecca's the best one out of all of us. Oh He's not saying that because we all know I am anyways so she can you tell us about some people so the a similar to Selke but they are a bit more is darker. They're they're they're not the nicest of people are gonNA people that It sounds so much better when he says it for some reason darker worker than leaving women on land for years at a time. Let me get to the dark. That's just patriarchal and and Sutphin folk again. You get a meal on female fin people's they actually have a find another thing about skull in it so fucking weird. There's a village and our habits could even holl which is is is out but it's meant to be the whole of these federal no Ian Hollow which is a real village admittedly with nobody on it was go. Laos is is real. It's twinned with a made up place it's twinned with a police gold Ahim which literally means home home of the fine folks then Foca this place underwater city. Have you seen the abyss. No no no. It's alright all right not at all. No it's As an underwater in it as well so very a few. If you put your heart Lantis is described. That kind of thing sort of us is like acclamations hometown. The kind of thing coming back to Jason Momoa alike liked it. Yeah as long as you got cold the two yes. So this underwater place it shoul- elegant and beautiful and shiny and wet. It's twinned with a real place but these kinfolk yet. Not Very Nice. The described either is dark worthy or basically tall and lanky dependent on who asked but the these big long on which the uses a cloak that can be disguised as a tip. Tiffany's giving you a silent thumbs up darkened lanky is her. Mo Agreed Yell it was dark and Lanky night. Let's get these disguise themselves. And they would harass fisherman on land. They didn't have to shed in thing to go online or be in the sea that could just back and forth. So did they have legs and Offen- yeah. I'm trying to picture picture. This you said they use their fin as a cloak the user fins as a clerk but the could walk on land and then they would go in the water. And this is where the a bit more meaty US rather than as a bit of a crossover believe Mermaids when the war of the fin and on the line they've got legg's okay and the like the Lana and that's what they invoked can do as well so what they would do on launch was they would they would steal men they would kidnap them. Make the Mahdi the Finn Women I. I mean not good like an not good note conducted. Wait till you hear the reasons for it. So if a wooten was to marry a human man she would stay beautiful forever if she was to marry a Finn Man Shoud be the and ugly bent for the rest of the word they used was bent. which is a either way is not the the human mind because it would be pretty good? I mean if you snag Huck Finn Man. Who Cares aren't we that aren't any? Oh partly the man are just rank just horrible lonesome. Pu huge marches there loops. Oh no because another reason that defend women what the human mind is because it they would at least be treated well. That's what seems to be though so it while the human men were kidnapped against her will they got hall mermaid. I guess the idiot didn't have to do the work. They came her her So the at least it'd be a decent marriage. It would seem decent life but if they might have iman not only with the Luke Lake the underneath the von elephants fallback would be forced to work on land. Either as a healer but a spinner. No Ed like the the. What's the Disney character that We've spent all the skin. No whoever the era this sleeping beauty was in I am rumble foreskin. Sorry just like a personal problem. We want to say that I appreciate that. So much on Halloween. So they would have to do this and then they would have to give all the wages the earned and give it to the thin man and if she didn't the old domestic abuse so in exchange for the Finn men capturing the human men for the Finn Women to marry yeah they had to work on land. I can give the Finn. Men Their wages if Women Monitor Human Mon- hoppy if Finn Women Muddied Fin man she would have to go mark. I feel really bad about this whole situation because I don't WanNa take anybody against their will but I also don't want that person or that Finn Woman in that position that's the Shit Situa- by the sounds of it. It's the best of about situation or the best of two choices but it would assume that at least a it was hoppy cider times for that kind of thing Don't come across come across the Nice 'cause if if you're the guy.

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Mark Twain's complicated relationship with the typewriter

Retropod

04:50 min | 2 years ago

Mark Twain's complicated relationship with the typewriter

"This is a story about was by then on his way to becoming the world's most famous writer in humorous Huck Finn Tom Sawyer at the same time the tools of writing were undergoing a profound transformation from fountain pens with their leaking and smudging inc the pleasant sound of tapping a key whose corresponding letter was magically stamped to paper this new technology did not emerge with the speed the tweet according to an IBM history of the typewriter one of the first American attempts at producing such machine looked very much like a book Tour's block and unfortunately performed with about the same delicacy Christopher Leith scholes who was ultimately the first American L. D. typewriter like the ones we no longer use today was stymied early on when the only key could get to work was W but by eighteen seventy one when twain laid eyes on Remington in a Boston store the machines were somewhat reliable at least according to salesman twain and a friend were given a demonstration twain later recalled the salesman explained to us showed examples of its work and set it could do fifty seven words a minute a statement which we frankly confessed we did not believe so he put his type girl to work and we timed her by the watch she actually did the fifty seven sixty seconds we were partly convinced but said it probably couldn't happen again it did we time the girl over and over again with the same result always she won out twain asked for a price one hundred and twenty five dollars he was told it's like twenty five hundred bucks today he bought it on the spot Twain recognized its utility as a writing tool almost immediately in a letter typed to his brother that contained some what infrequent punctuation Twain wrote the machine has several virtues I believe it will print faster than I can write one may Lee back in his chair and work it it piles an awful stack of words on one page it don't must things or scatter inc lots around of course it saves paper but Twain fell out of love with me after a year or two I found that was degrading my character twain leader wrote via dictation in his autobiography instead of virtues he found the machine to be full of caprices full of defects devilish ones Twain gave his machine to his Rider Pal William Dean House Twain said ah without the typewriter in his life my morals began to improve it's worth noting here that Twain was a bit of a fibber even when telling stories intended to be true anyway Twain said House sent the machine back to him after just six months even away twice after that point said but it wouldn't stay twain tried to figure out who to unloaded on next he settled mkx train coachman who said was very grateful because he did not know the animal and I was trying to make him wiser and better as Twain told the coachman eventually traded it to heretic twain with ultimately come back to the typewriter he's eighteen eighty three book life on the Mississippi was the first literary work to be completed on the sheen according to scholars still twain thoughts about typewriters remained some of his most quoted lines especially a letter he appeared we sent Remington asking the company to cease and desist from using his name has an endorsement please do not use my name in any way twain wrote I don't want people to know I own this curiosity breeding little joker

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"huck finn" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Like some tips on how to subscribe to the show, just go to Jordan, harbinger dot com slash subscribe subscribing to the show is absolutely free. It just means you get all the latest episodes in your podcast players. They're released so you don't miss a single thing from the show. And now back to our show with lavar Burton. I wondered if there's any books that didn't make the show that got cut for some reason, like, oh, we recorded a segment on this turns out the authors terrible person. No didn't happen. We were very very, very diligent about the literature that we chose. And, and there was a whole list of requirements that we had for, for the books in order to be on this show, like authors. Not a white supremacist or something. Crazy. I think that was more unofficial. Written down as we don't need to write down violent law. That one is a natural would before internet, though. It's like oh, we didn't know this person was like fled, you know, Argentina because he was out at a former like you don't know. That's now you Google it back then. It's like, what are you gonna do background check? Everyone know what do you think about books like Huck Finn being Ben in schools? I in some schools. Yeah, because the Wor. Yeah. Is that why I'm drawing a blank? I think that's the reason that would be. Yeah. Yeah. I actually be my guess that was part of it. But I didn't know if there were other things in there that were no, not that I can recall. I think it was the nigger thing. Yeah. Yeah. And and do agree with that. Or you kinda like look, let's not with your position routes. It's like doing sort of polish this, this is a thing that was written at that time for that reason. And we don't you know, I the America, we don't need reasons for people to develop racist, attitudes. And we certainly don't need to encourage it. Yeah. Yeah. Let's, let's remove that one from the canon. Okay. Yeah. Really? Yeah. I can understand that now it makes sense. I think I didn't even know. About that. Word until a friend told me not to say it, which is sort of feeds, the purpose of telling somebody a new word. And then tell him not to use it. But so it's kind of what you're saying, then. Hey, look those kids are going to find out the this hard. They don't need to study it in school. And it doesn't need to be normalized, right. Anyway, shape or form I they can watch Ritz if they want to add a cold dose of, of without it was like, yeah. They had us watching that in high school. And I remember you, you're right. You do go away from that going. Oh, yeah. Can't really just make this an academic thing anymore. Can't make this a whole x number of people were.

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"huck finn" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Into suspected places. So transferring the fourth amendment protection he notes from places to people reads that word right out of the text and their papers can't mean someone else's records. So what does the fourth amendment have to do with this appeal for the phone companies records? And finally, who's to decide what a reasonable expectation is he asks isn't that a policy determination, not a judicial one so shouldn't congress decide. Nevertheless, chief Justice Roberts cast the deciding vote to uphold all this nonsense. I begin by saying that today's bitter political divide is between the liberty party and the fairness party with Justice Thomas firmly on the liberty said, let me end with another of the book's main themes that it takes a certain kind of individual and national character to be capable of liberty and Thomas himself embodies precisely that character. That's why I've written a life and works book with chapter two recounting Thomas's biography, his character is bound up with his jurisprudence in an exemplary way. Born in kerosene. Lich shanty in a swampy, Georgia hamlet founded by freed slaves, Thomas enjoyed a few Huck Finn like childhood years until his divorced, mother, moved him and his younger brother to his savannah. Slum tenement with a foul backyard toilets. On her. Meagre maid's, wages, her children, new hunger, without the prospect of eating and cold without the prospect of warmth. The Justice rights after a year of this Thomas's, mother center, two little boys if you blocks away to live with her father and stepmother, a magical. Oliver twist like transformation, grandfather Myers Anderson, this self made if semi.

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Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty in College Admissions Scam

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty in College Admissions Scam

"Hollywood star Felicity Huffman has pleaded guilty to participating in the college admissions scandal. Steve Kastenbaum has details. On her appearance in a Boston courtroom yesterday. Huck Finn was still against silent. As she came and went from federal district court in Boston inside the courtroom, though, she was tearful as she accepted responsibility for paying fifteen thousand dollars for bribed Proctor to correct wrong answers on her daughters. SAT exam. However Huffman told the court that she and her daughter have been working with a neuropsychologist since her daughter was eight and she's been getting extra time for tests since she was eleven the prosecution, then told the judge they were seeking four months in prison for Huffman, the desperate housewives actress will be sentenced on September

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"huck finn" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Please read Jose the shock collar question of the day. There's some characters in TV and movies that are so complex. And so fascinating they have to be portrayed more than once. And recently a study found the most filmed fictional characters in movie history. Number one on the list is Dracula who has appeared in over two hundred and seventy different movies since one thousand nine thirty one. But what famous fictional person is second with two hundred and twenty six appearances. What I think I think I may know for you, really. My first instinct was like a fast and furious. Franchise someone in there. I was thinking more classic. Hundred twenty six times a lot. I was thinking Sherlock Holmes. Oh, that's really good. I like that answer other fictional characters. No, this is. So we're question Jeffrey does God count as a fictional character? We're not doing any religious figures as answer is what your beliefs are what your beliefs. Okay. What about I mean? I just keep thinking of literature characters like Huck Finn, you know, or turned into movies somebody that everyone knows read the question. We're time. Recently. A study found the most filmed fictional characters in movie history. Number one on the list. Is Dracula who's appeared in over two hundred and seventy different movies what famous fictional person is number two with two hundred and twenty six appearances hint, this character was first invented in eighteen eighty seven before movies were even around. Fictional persons of Brooke is kinda riders probably someone from literature of probably not from movies since they weren't around. Completely eliminate iron, man. Do you think it is Jubal? Like, I'm very Panthers anything. Okay. So stuffed up today. I don't even I can't even hear myself talk in your head. I I think Sherlock Holmes makes so much sense. I just wish I had another option like other than Mickey Mouse, which isn't count because he's a person is a character. Well, then I would. All the cartoons in the world. Just flood into my mind, Jeb you can't do that to me up. Sorry. Kim's up thinking was a Christmas Carol written. What about Cinderella ever news? You're screwed. Scourges.

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"huck finn" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"And I was very much the kid in highschool who would be like, my value is plugging my ipod in and Jane this thing was it. Always this song. This was always in the rotation. Oh, my God is my thing was like I'm not trying to impress on that transcend. Cool. I'm going to play the songs that make everyone want dance with you know, or or come and or come sometimes both. So I was like you can like loose. New deer tick or whatever you can be like, I know if I play coming. I lean right now, everyone will go and then start dancing. Wow. You're really tiny, dad. I was trying to be a tiny. I like that. You stay true to yourself though. I'll say high school I had a real fantasy about being a very young single father. I literally wanted to be a tiny debt. Was it TV this to you? It was the pursuit of happiness. It was the grand brand opportunity. No, no, no, no. This is this is prior to all of that. I saw pursuit of happiness is like I would love to overcome kinda struggle tiny friend that I may you saw it on a plane where they cut out all the bad scenes. You're like, it's just nothing. But great, no. You know, what it was? I liked the idea of like by college. He's already a young to add and she left him and he's going to class because he wants to make good for and I'm coming in late with the kid got vomit on my shirt that Christmas such a hero. Yeah. And you just. Your body will cover quicker. That's the thing. Because if you haven't tool. Your balls nets? You just love to sleep in a bathroom. It is now plots of the pursuit of happiness, guess of wedge his foot against the doors that the cops don't come came solve a rubik's cube. So quickly. I have some notes if I may happiness, unfortunately, no, I am going to a little bit try to keep time. So if you were wondering why there's no apostrophe and decks because it's named after the phetamine decks Adrain, probably saying it wrong. So feel free to yell at me on Twitter. I guess which I soon min runners. Them just saying like, oh, we're taking deck season than running all night or maybe like doing a midnight run for some sexy way. They're speed freaks. This is a ban the speed, and they're very Irish. Extremely I saw you. So I help. Hell tick thing I find very interesting about this song is people. Really? Oh, it's like one of those old as one hit wonder it doesn't sound like any other eighties. Doesn't even have in my notes the song sounded nothing like other songs in the eighties. No since but there are banjos accordions, fiddles and saxophone. He's awesome. It's very analog. It's using a bunch of instruments that pop songs do not use like an Irish, arcade fire. Thank you. I will I will reserve my opinions until I finish information. But they are coming. I'm sad to say it was released in nineteen eighty two which feels fucking longtime ago to me it was it was wasn't it thirty six years ago. The name them. Thirty seven trying thirty seven. I was like, wait. No, it's two thousand nineteen now. So I tried to add one number. But I added three I appreciate you walking us through the process, everyone to know how my brain works. Yeah. So it's from the album to write a. Yeah. Which is another thing. I love like in the like the early ipod era where I could queue this up and there'd be the little album theory, depressed, man. It looks like an alternate cover for Angela's ashes against sitting on the on the streets yet. It's like a man sin against the fence. It looks like Huck Finn just realized he got pranked you made me paint. Dispense for nothing, and look sorta been Irish hungover have you ever been Irish is this looks like a humbled broken Irishman. Yeah. That's every Irishman I've ever met. Okay. So get this. It reached number one in the USA. Guess what it bumped off to be number one? No diggity that was eighty two. I took I took a shot. Michael jackson. It was. Okay. So that would have been off the wall eighty two through eighty two thriller..

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"huck finn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Is always has been sitting right there. The train face. And charity the president's endorsement of bible literacy classes would apply to public schools in certain states. The ACLU has already promised to fight. You know, it seems to me as though teaching art in a Christian school unless at art is awfully graphic shouldn't really offend anybody. What do you what do you think? Right. So I'm I'm split on this conversation. Right. So I one hundred percent believe that you should not be teaching specific religious values in a public school. Because again, we don't have a national religion. In fact, we are you know, as a as a country are founded on not forcing a religion upon our people. However, if there is a my my son goes to a preschool, that's a religious preschool. Right. Oh my God. Ryan, it's very close to my house. And you know, this is this is an outrage can you feel against the liberal establishment? But by sending your child the fruit of your. Your loins to a religious school shocked shocked, but but listen, so here's here's the piece of that. So it's a very good school. They're very nice people. There was hover site. I want to get into. I don't wanna I don't wanna get in trouble school. But they're very nice people. And and it's really good for him. But it's not a public school. Right. It's a private school. So they they have their values and just like a business can have its values that chooses to whether I agree with that. Or not, you know, the businesses can, you know, the famous case of not making the cake in Colorado. Right, right. So, but but it's a business and they can make those decisions, and they have to live with those effects, but a public school in my opinion does not have the right to teach specific religion. Now, I think probably has a teacher if you were asked to teach something that was contrary to your religion. You should have that right? To to say, I'm not going to teach that because you know, what? Right. Real teaching about something is different than than recruiting or subscribing someone to join. I would agrout now when they were when when. I mean, we could pull up clips where they're teaching about the Islamic faith in public schools with the intent of allowing the students to become Islamic principles. You can teach about all the face. I have. No. But then you teach about the faith. You have to say these are their principles. They're not saying that you have to ascribe to them. But these are what this faith is about. You know, the bible is arguably the oldest piece of literature in the world injury society in in translated into lane, Matt which is actually the book of the Jewish faith. But go ahead, which is part of the bible. If you just want to go back to couple thousand years, it's a pretty old book. It's it's definitely on the rear bookshelf Gutenberg bible was print with the first printed documents that was was available to any sort of circulation beyond beyond the scribes. And and and so on was was the bible and one would think that not just from. Just from a historic standpoint. And from a being literate in society. You know, if somebody says to you, you know, that you should. I mean, there's all kinds of quotes from the bible. I don't want to go into specific, you know. But Matthew seven is one of my favorites. Anyhow. Seeking you shall find knock on the door gets open. You know? Keep looking in your death do or do not. There is no try. Yeah. Yeah. Whatever, you know. That's that's a really good one. Right. And it doesn't mean that you have to embrace the faith of the bible to be exposed to it and read about it. And I I'm kind of surprised that it is an almost you'd have to. I'd have to say that there's no other book that has had more influence on unanimity than the bible, and if you're in an educational institution. I would think that that book would be one that you would want people to be familiar with. It's going to be around a lot longer than than catcher in the rye is going to be around when when the scarlet letter is forgotten about and even Huck Finn has gone the bible still going to be and has been for a longer period of time making more of an influence read by more people than any. The other book we're going to go to a break. And then you're going to get the first word when we come back after this. How.

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"huck finn" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"I was like darn to his side. And then all of a sudden I got gas in my face the middle of the night. Turn back you ever seen those videos of methane coming up from like is e rivers. That's what the that's what I read. Whoa. Methane bubble. Whining rate pita has come out. Basically, I went vegan because of these pita commercials. So I thought they'd be interesting. So the first one tweet it out there to this. I thought was a joke. This is apparently a real thing. They tweeted words matter and our understanding of social Justice involves our language evolves with it. Here's how to remove species them. They call it from your daily conversations. Species species them as if as if they understand our language. Like just think about what you're saying idiots, literally literally, they don't understand your language. You who are you offend? They can't be offended by what we say. So you are they make it seem like it's about the animal. But it's about you the animals don't understand what we're saying. You're offended. And so you want us not to offend you. And you gonna just have to stop using anti animal language. Exactly what any real. Let's start from top kill two birds with one stone. No say freed two birds with one Scone is that makes sense to birds. Okay. But why would a bird one a Scone? What's good? Yeah. But I don't think your bird scones, who's the PA isn't it's going to sweet bread. What does this on? It's more like a dry English type thing. Okay. I thought it was. Yeah. Feed two birds with one Scone do you understand it? Most of these are like Shakespearean sings this is part of our heritage part of our English language. This is part of our cultural identity, and you wanna whitewash it for this garbage feed. Two birds with one Scone imagine saying that to a stranger on the street. They'd be like, I'm sorry what you know feed. Two birds with one Scone. Next. They say be the Guinea pig. Be the test tube. That is. So that's like, you know, what? This is so stupid. You know, what they're doing is. Like reminds me of when they started taking the N word out of Vokes literal Huck Finn in particular, which is this one full-time piece written by Mark Twain. Written back during slavery. And it's about the sweet boy that goes on this epic journey with his slave, his family slave, and he uses the N word all the time because that was normal at the time, but this kid is deeply unraced, and he sees his slave four person. And it is really a landmark book and a real time piece, and so two chain rewrite the history did they change it to order just remove changed it to slave. I think they like that is so so it's a rewriting of history. I mean, it doesn't serve anybody the kids not racist people reading are racist. But it's so important to know fact, is good to have this up to look at is what the past used to be like worse commercial, though, we saw the coffee force. It's so shocking. What are we going to erase it like it never happened? And we should know that it happened. Be the Guinea pig be the test tube. It's like, no. Elissa try to come up with better ones tube beat a dead horse feed effet horse. You know, you can't feed a federal horse. Bring home the bacon. Bring home the bagels. That one bringing bagels. For that one. If you say that people like, really? We haven't bagels tonight. Take the bull by the horns, take the flower by the thorns. Can you imagine take in a flower by the thorn? Here baby about this rose. No, I'm sorry that doesn't work at all on any level. Okay. Jesus christ. Well, this is aiming the worst one this one was just stupid and everyone's good filling them this one. This next one is just depri-. I mean, I don't know this one. So this is a video they posted say traditional masculinity is dead the secret to male sexual stamina is veggies. The AP links toxic traditional masculine violence, which is also deadly to animals, why men should go vegan. So here you go guys. I don't know why they picked all the creepiest mother efforts to. Apply to reprise the role of..

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"huck finn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"huck finn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Doubt. So for that one second I feel really good. And then it goes away. And then I keep striving for it. I think that's what keeps me writing. And and endeavouring to do other things is just I mean, there is sort of an underlying confidence. But there's always a sense of vulnerability or everything getting dismantled and having to to rebuild. It would both of you do in those artistic dark max of the soul. I mean, other than just wake up the next thing keep writing, but you have any sort of techniques or superstitions. The one thing that that's been occurring to me more and more lately. Sounds totally new age. But the idea that they're actually using artistic problem. Like if you get yourself into a bind, it's the story saying I want to be more than you thought. I was so then if you kind of say, well, all right. I believe that for a while and offer assist, then it's weird. 'cause like this. The solution of the story is always directly embedded in. What seemed like impossibility? So that was a big breakthrough instead of saying on six pages, and it's no good. I stink. I should have been a lawyer, you know, throw it away and instead to go I just haven't found it yet. And Stewart Divac says the scripture, Colorado, he's and he's got a stronger accent than me. He says the story is always talking to you. Listen, you know? So that's that's not a faith is a form of going. All right. I know you're not ready yet. But when you are here, I always love that story that the twenty nine to put down Huck Finn for two years because he start he tried to read it another children's book and realized on the raft. Like, this is not what I'm writing. So you had to kind of reapproach. What do you have a similar? Banging your head against the wall. Aside from that a literal being having and so now, I don't do that. But I do I often will start with a blank page. I'll just take whatever draft I'm working on and set it aside and opened up a new document. I think as a means of a reimagining it as brand new and seeing if I can approach it differently. At the onset. And even if that becomes just an exercise, it kind of helps me get get unstuck and think about it as having elasticity. They can get everything starts to feel very ossified. And you just think, you know, all the cracks have been filled and a blank pages as scary. As can be can also seem vast and in that, I don't know sometimes it's very reassuring so many people get writer's block. Meaning they write something the first time in it stinks. And so they spear and for me, the total antidote to that is revising. So the first one is supposed to stink it's really supposed to. It's all right. And then once you have it you just go through and exert your taste on it, many many times with feeling of faith in times its starts to change. So that means for me, I never feel like I did bad writing. I did prepatory the next day. You come in. You all that stupid cut that out right? Yeah. You seem like such a healthy writer,.

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