20 Burst results for "Jack Kerouac"

"jack kerouac" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

Shayne and I Show

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

"Move on anything else. That exciting happened. Trip collected a little jaded at the beach. You got a new truck got new truck. Because you're gonna you're gonna buy a trailer around. We rented one. We're like sick so now we're going to. I want to do that. But i find stuff like that. They really have a significant other to do shit like that with blake. I would feel weird going camping in a trailer by myself. You know lots of people do it. I know lots of people do. But i'm not one of those people man all right. There's certain things. Like i would do if i was like in a relationship right like i would go and do what you did. Get a little airstream thing taking a couple of days ago and fucking camp somewhere right. Yeah little romantic getaway. You can't like go down to half moon bay or like you know someplace like cool like that or carmel or someplace. Cool like that as a single dude by yourself note that you can go to big sur as a single do by herself because because people have been doing it since the dawn. He realized that shit that i would do myself. But it's big sur. It's cool watch the fog role in some shit. I don't read a poke you. I mean jack kerouac hung out there will you get. That's because he's jack kerouac and he was writing a book about being by himself and he's adventure. Yeah whatever happened to him diametric no. He died shortly after that right. Because you know when you drink as much as jack you yeah. He had a quick. And if you read that book it like it like begins and ends with nitric. Too much yeah. I don't think i finished it. I think he got too depressing for me anyway. In in see. That's the thing i think i had to read it when i was in school and i had to write a report about it. Yeah when i went back to school. I read it and i had to write a report about it and in in that report i remember saying. Fucking jack kerouac. I don't know why people worship this guy. he's a fucking drunk fucking miserable bastard. Yeah and say miserable bathroom. But i said he's a drunk like miserable person and i remember the professor guessing junior college or college. You don't call them teachers but the professor took me aside and said you can't say that and i'm like why another reason why i didn't like school. I'm like that's what he was put. It's not colorful enough. I'm like it's very colorful. It tells you exactly what he was. Kerouac was a miserable. Yeah i would prefer you use other words and miserable drunk. And i'm like sad drunk depressing drunk like a wretched drunkard. That's exactly what i. That's exactly what i wound up using a wretched. Got me for fuck. Yeah anyway so we're moving on. We're going to do a little funky segue to.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Another bunch of writers who were very inspired by nature and were hippies. these guys are like super hippies. A hundred years ago before there was any such thing which fascinates me there have just learned. There's there's always been hippies. We didn't call them that. Outsiders they were. They were disrupted what we now say disrupters but know they were creatives. Who had ideas that were outside. I guess what we consider the moral zone it was this whole lineage of them from the romantics to the transcendental and the transcendental was inspired The beats i also read about. Jack kerouac and his book. The dharma bums in my book yet but it was a chain of these counterculture people talking about you know eastern ideas about divinity Talking about connection to nature all through the centuries so what else for the century is that each generation hoster remember that they didn't invent that that sort of outside the boxer or newer radical thinking. I know i know should hang onto this like maybe we'd evolve a little bit right so in the book. I also talk about my own efforts to meditate and to learn about this. This buddhist idea of about the self that are self is really the root of our suffering. But it's it's very hard going. It's nothing like the very blissful experience i had when i was twenty on scylla simon mushrooms when i clearly understood that i wasn't separate from everything else in the universe. nature flow. That's the end of my slides. Let's go back..

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on Tara Brach

"It's so valuable. What you're saying because i noticed a different mood i'm in i get a little regressed when i'm handwriting. Because it comes from an old era of my life. I just don't do very much. But that's exactly right. I want to disrupt my habitual state and sitting in front of a computer and moving. My fingers on the keyboard puts me into certain more left brain state and hiding shifts it. But you know some people. I expect at all because i've had to deal with everything. But there's something else fundamental. you think. you can have electricity forever. The way things are going. We might not turn your computer my fall apart but paper and pen. I hope will still be round may very fundamental. Don't get fancy sitting. you can do no matter why so the next step you can write and read. Okay so you were. I'm thinking fundamental simple. I want to share. And i'm going to bring this to the screen this beautiful book and this is I i want to invite everybody to get. Get it as a gift to yourself. Because it's three simple lines haiku and can you just what what're haiku like. How did that happen. Well you know it was in nineteen seventy six. I studied with allen. Ginsberg at rope institute. At the jack kerouac school of disembodied poetics. And he in one afternoon just one afternoon said talked about hiker. And maybe i'll just read what he said. Because i never forgot it and actually the very beginning of this book. Follow your inner light. Don't hide the madness allen. Ginsberg somebody you. I hope everyone knows out against. But i don't presume he was great writer he wrote how and he was part of the beat generation. But here i just want to read it because it makes it. It's tourism can't flying Here 'test allen ginsberg poet. i introduced me to hiker. There were four great japanese haiku writers..

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Or cares for you. Just hit a random number generator just listed all the russians. I know in who is the easiest to get yours desperate. He's got a shitty book this garbage cut and paste that he yeah and it turned out. Okay i think slightly above average michael. I love you. You're an incredible human being. It's an honor that you to me and you'll be my friend. Thanks so much for doing this. A the respect that. I got a when you asked me to be the guest for the anniversary. Episode was similar to the respect with my two friends. Josh and zoe they were gonna get married at city hall. And they said we want someone to witness that the bass skew. So it's one thing when people tell you they like you respect you which i had growing up so thing when they show it and this is something that i do not take lightly and i hope no one takes lightly and if someone does right by you and shows you respect going back to kind of taking out for dinner thank them by them a candy bar. Buy them the soda. Do something to show that. You don't take it for granted because i think what you and both want to do is increase human kindness as possible. And i'm gonna look at the camera. Be kind to yourself because a lot of you deserve it. This does he die you. Thanks for listening to this conversation with michael malice a thank you to gala games indeed better hope and masterclass check them out in the description to support this podcast and now let me leave you. Some words from jack kerouac that perhaps begins to explain the nature of and the reasons for my friendship with mr michael malice. The only people from me are the mad ones. The ones who are mad to live mat talk back to be saved desirous of everything at the same time the ones who never yawn or say commonplace burn burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle. You see the blue satellite pop and everybody goes. Wow thank you for listening and hope to see you next time.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Or cares for you. Just hit a random number generator just listed all the russians. I know in who is the easiest to get yours desperate. He's got a shitty book this garbage cut and paste that he yeah and it turned out. Okay i think slightly above average michael. I love you. You're an incredible human being. It's an honor that you to me and you'll be my friend. Thanks a the respect that. I got a when you asked me to be. The guest for the anniversary episode was similar to the respect with my two friends. Josh and zoe they were gonna get married at city hall. And they said we want someone to witness that the bass skew. So it's one thing when people tell you they like you respect you which i had growing up so thing when they show it and this is something that i do not take lightly and i hope no one takes lightly and if someone does right by you and shows you respect going back to kind of taken out for dinner thank them by them a candy bar. Buy them the soda. Do something to show that. You don't take it for granted because i think what you and both want to do is increase human kindness as possible. And i'm gonna look at the camera. Be kind to yourself because a lot of you deserve it. This does he die you. Thanks for listening to this conversation with michael malice a thank you to gala games indeed better hope and masterclass check them out in the description to support this podcast and now let me leave you. Some words from jack kerouac that perhaps begins to explain the nature of and the reasons for my friendship with mr michael malice. The only people from me are the mad ones. The ones who are mad to live mat talk back to be saved desirous of everything at the same time the ones who never yawn or say commonplace burn burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle. You see the blue satellite pop and everybody goes. Oh thank you for listening and hope to see you next time.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

08:20 min | 11 months ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"So you know you. Can you know you can really reduce your gas. Bill and i love. The voltage is much more. Like an ev than it does. Like a prius. Yes ride greats. They're very. They're good so i do recommend a second second gen. Volt get one of them. you might be able to get a fuck in what's the cadillac el arc around getting e l r to there you go of those for under fifteen. Yeah that's the coolest looking car you can find. Fifteen grand probably. That's a good point. It's up there right. yeah louis. Korea says what's your go-to gear for riding motorcycles. What gear should you never. Cheap out on gear for riding motorcycles. Yeah yeah none of you about any of it. i am not Necessarily a model of perfection when it comes to motorcycles I have to balance. My writing is typically done around the city For day to day errands and appointments. And so i can't just put on a full full body suit or leathers or crazy boots that i can't like walk in. So i have showy is. How do you pronounce shi hsi-wei s. h. o. In nice helmet again. A new helmet every two years. It's nothing super super crazy. But it's one that's like well rated and full face And i have a scorpion jacket. I have two versions of the same jacket the summer jacket and the winter jacket. One is like meshi in one is solid. But they're the identical jacket that you might not even notice switch between the two in my videos because they look exactly the same And then have some diet. Dna style diana's boots that look kinda like sneakers like fancy sneakers or or Or fancy shoes kind of and And they're they're you know proper motorcycle boots and then i have. Alpine stars gloves. I have some summer gloves and some winter gloves and And then i just wear jeans. I don't i don't wear special special pants And maybe i should. I don't you can also get you. Kevlar reinforced jeans. They have a lot warmer there hotter. They make me really hot. And and it's just the the risk i. I should probably buy them for days. Where i grew up in the canyons regular genes will slide off or burn through like feet. I fell down. No i'm not like i said i'm not perfect but like that's that's what i did. Yeah quinn says there's a lot of fast. Suv's today but we remember the bmw x. five luhrmann's it was when they put a seven hundred horsepower v. twelve with a manual gearbox into a first gen-x five. I do remember it. There's some fun videos of believe a hans took trying it around the nurburgring and it did predate all these super The super suv's it was cool. That's very it was very cool. You know and they did. They did it. I think I think It used i think. Version of like clar- enough yet. Yeah it was pretty crazy with carbon intake. Yeah pretty wild stuff. The prototype is still is still kicking around somewhere. Yeah cole who wrote that. Aaron robinson robinson january two thousand one car and driver. Yeah very cool stuff Kurt says a got a Maserati levante traf- ao thanks to us And he's should he should he by a hell cat wide-body video. I don't think i need anything else. I mean that's a fast car. You certainly don't need more cars than that. They're in square footage weights or power. I feel like those. Two cars are a little redundant. They're both fast. People carriers that are kind of extroverted. Yes i don't know if you like i would. I don't know how cattle do burnouts and levante won't it's kind of fancy but i think there are a little bit. There's a little too much overlap for me on bill. Trent says Oh boy Oh the guy with the o. Nine pontiac gt currently my car. Oh boy looking for a newer. Turbo hatch prefer all wheel drive. Wrx golfarb or other. Niche vehicles I mean there's voster end it's not all wheel drive. But i mean there isn't anything new under the sun here newer turbo hatches. You've got the gti you've got the wrx isn't the hatch. You've got the mazda three starring. He's going new herb us still then like the debris x. hatch is but yeah all the stuff we've said before. I like the golf are so much. It's just it'll it'll feel so nice compared to the vibe. Gt through. i mean. I'd probably go far. There's there's no there aren't any other niche vehicles there. I mean there just aren't yeah unfortunately Ray says if paint to sample was available to our current cars. What would we choose for each. I'd like to have my ferrari three. Oh eight in Three twenty eight. Excuse me in british racing green. I was gonna say that. For and three yeah. British racing green is awesome. The coon tosh is perfect and does not need to be changed at all. And i wouldn't i wouldn't change. I mean i don't. I wouldn't probably ask for kosice. Read my original plan for the safari was to painted dalmatian blue and that's my favorite porsche color. Still but now that we know how well it turned out. I certainly wouldn't change the color of this far. But if i was doing a new porsche project if i was going to give a million dollars to gunther i would ask for dalmatian blue which is a fun. Caller yet is miles says Just graduated with my master's degree. And i want to celebrate my student debt balance with a good road trip book fishing fiction or otherwise. A road trip book. Pg harare now drive like crazy. Yeah so that's a good one Cannonball by brock. Yates also classic. Yeah there's what's Travels with charley. Jack kerouac that's jack irt. did is right traveled with something. That jack kerouac steinbeck steinbeck. Sorry sorry Those are good ones says it. Good yeah i would start there. And then What was the other one. I the merriam roach stuff is just super fun. Like mary. roach is writes Books about like the things you don't think about about topics that like. She writes a book about war called grunt. And it doesn't talk about weapons or murdering anybody or war strategy or battles. It talks about how to keep a soldier from getting diarrhea. It talks about how to keep. You know what i mean how to keep soldier from overheating. Interesting yeah all these different ones. That i just finished packing for mars which is about all the things you never thought about sending a human space like shit. We take for granted right now like the fact that our digestive system works in space like there was a time where they did not know if you could consume food in space you know what i mean like and it was like how they figured out the very basics of things that we no longer think about keeping a human alive in space and so she wrote that one. Go back to the list. There's other ones grunt is the one about soldiers Gulp is the one about how your digestive system works. I read stiff. Which is the one about corpses and dying And That one is that one was really crazy. Humid you want about cadavers And i forget what bank is about. Bonk was Oh in what happens in in Pony it's the physiology of sex that was just like That was at showtime show. What was it called master of sex. Yeah all about the studying back fifties. So i can't recommend mary roaches books highly enough. They're all really fun and interesting and you can just blast right through them so Zach says bronco question is.

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Getting Started with Lucid Dreaming

Hay House Meditations

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Getting Started with Lucid Dreaming

"All human beings are also dream beings dreaming ties all mankind. Together jack kerouac chapter. One control freaks icebergs. I'm unopened mail. So what is lucid dreaming. It's the autumn becoming conscious within your dreams. A lucid dream is one in which you think. I'm dreaming while you're still asleep. Once you become conscious within a dream you can interact with and directed at will danzig with your unconscious. Mind if you have any interest in psychology. Mindfulness imagination or the power of the unconscious. You'll love lucid dreaming. It allows you conscious access to the deepest depths of your mind and the opportunity to guide your dreams at will. How does lucid dreaming work in a lucid dream. You've not woken up in fact you're still sound asleep. But part of the brain has reactivated the right dose. Lateral prefrontal cortex in case. You're wondering allowing you to experience. The dream state consciously with self reflective awareness once. You know that you're dreaming as you're dreaming you gain access to the most powerful virtual reality generator in existence. The human mind the me one of the most revolutionary aspects of lucid dreaming is that it makes sleep fun it completely reconfigures. Our relationship with a third of our lives that we spend in bed. Suddenly sleep is not just wasted time. A some people see it but rather a training ground for psycho spiritual growth and laboratory of internal exploration that makes us more lucidly aware in our waking lives to

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Michael Imperioli On Acting, Success, And The Buddhist Path

The Wisdom Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Michael Imperioli On Acting, Success, And The Buddhist Path

"Michael welcome to the wisdom dommage chats. Thanks for having me so great. To have you get i was gonna Start off. I thought i'd start off by asking you how you got into buddhism. I was wondering whether it was a full. You become well known as an act. Taro aso at what point in. How did you get involved in buddhism. it was definitely after around two thousand seven during a right when the sopranos was ending the same year But i i i. I discovered buddhism. Through the writing of jack kerouac when i was like nineteen years old And i bought at saint mark's bookshop which is no longer there. Unfortunately but i bought a copy of the diamond sutra which i could not make heads or tails out of i mean it was way beyond me and i did not understand but there was something about whatever how would ever care wack talked about or whatever my perception of buddhism was. There was something there like. I i appreciate it for some reason and i wasn't looking for anything religious at the time that copy of the diamond sutra. Believe it or not. It stayed with me all these years after. Like twenty different addresses and moves and stuff. I still have it In wrote that book the scripture of the golden eternity which is poems really but he had an incredibly deep understanding of dharma and was a big practitioner of it for a very long time. You know unfortunately the end of his life you know he he kinda succumb to alcoholism and and I think it it Pulled him away from the dharma and his studies and his practice. I think but there was a time when he was very much into a great understanding of it. So flat fast forward. Many years. So i was nineteen. This book kinda sat on my shelf for years

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The Timothy Leary Conviction

Today in True Crime

04:44 min | 1 year ago

The Timothy Leary Conviction

"On january twenty first nineteen seventy former harvard professor and so called priest of lsd timothy. Leary was sentenced to ten years in prison on drug smuggling charges but in september of that year. The fifty year-old academic broke out of a san luis obispo facility with the help of the weatherman. The daring escape only added to the mystique of the man president. Nixon wants declared the most dangerous man in america. But just what made leery so dangerous. Well it might not surprise you. That richard nixon may have been exaggerating for his own political game according to authors. Bill minna tag. Leo and stephen l davis nixon's advisors suggested he find a public enemy to distract the public from his own flagging approval rating the war in vietnam and the struggling economy. They leary a prominent figure in the counterculture movement and because the former professor was a proud exponent of hallucinogenic drug use. The president's ir fit right in with his war on drugs narrative timothy leary was something of a self appointed spokesperson for the benefits of drug use. Which heat enjoyed since one thousand nine hundred sixty after an experimental magic mushrooms trip. The already noted psychologist became excited about the possibilities. Mushrooms and similar drugs had on the human brain during his tenure. At harvard he conducted academic experiments on the effects of hallucinogens. Drawing the attention and admiration of other notable nineteen sixties figures famed authors. Like gin berg and jack kerouac willingly participated in leary's experiments and it was perhaps their involvement that catapulted the professor onto the national stage before long leary was touring the country speaking about his research and reportedly brushing up against the rich and famous inevitably a backlash arrived. Leary's teaching colleagues criticized his experimentation with lsd. They believed research of that. Nature should be left to medical doctors not psychologists meanwhile psychology experts who once lauded leary's earlier work now made it clear that his drug centered experiments were less praiseworthy. Despite these blows leary insisted that taking lsd was quote a sacramental ritual one that could expand human consciousness. Harvard university did not agree and fired him in nineteen sixty three but by that stage leary had a new life. He was a counterculture touchstone for the masses and a legitimizing scientific voice in the pro drug movement. He rubbed shoulders with marilyn monroe and sang with john. Lennon and yoko ono in short he was a powerful voice advocating for drug use throughout the nineteen sixties. He even appeared before a senate committee to argue in favor of legislation. That would make it legal for adults to use hallucinogenic drugs. So when richard. Nixon assumed the presidency in nineteen sixty nine leary was squarely in his sights. Ostensibly nixon wanted to eliminate drug use in the country. Leary very much did not. That made him dangerous. So it's little surprise that when leary's appeal of his nineteen sixty five drug-smuggling conviction was overturned. The government wanted a second bite at the apple but any joy nixon and his cabinet might have felt in putting leary. Away was short lived using his network of contacts. The former professor escaped prison remaining on the run until nineteen seventy three when he was detained in afghanistan and sent back to the united states. There he was jailed in the notorious folsom. Prison and briefly befriended charles manson and though his sentence was for ten years leary was paroled in nineteen. Seventy six having served just three. It's a surprising twist day given that so many drug offenders imprisoned for decades on similar offenses then again timothy leary was famous and white which might have had something to do with his early release

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Past. And I like that. I like it. I mean, I could lie could listen to him dot and forever rebury and a little later, at least, was white as snow. But you see all these leftists who just love this guy. And he was a gun that they would they would hate and he and also the people that are gathered around him. I guarantee you, the Michael Stipe's in the world are all on board for. Yeah, Shut down. This social media app of those people should be William Burroughs. This dude didn't fit into anything. If you had a rule, he was against it. If it was a rule from because the gate community decided something, and he happened to be gay, I guarantee you He's against it. Is it a rule? He's against it? It's just funny to me. That he was surrounded by all these people who are completely in favor of shutting down speech from others at this dude was against every rule he ever saw. He might as well been from Mars is a fascinating documentary. But I thought if that guy wasn't a poet, I don't think Michael Stipe would be into his eye like to shoot things. Just give me some heroin and shut up like the shoot things out in my veins. I like to shoot things out in the woods. I shot my wife to death. Nobody could. It's like just a basic to me like the fact that this guy was a reckless on DNO. Now the woman that he killed in the fifties, you know that was his wife. Now she's just like this mythical character. Oh, she's part of the beatniks story. She was actually a person. Yeah. And I shot her. You put an apple on your head? Yeah, they played William tell and it all. What a surprise. It all went wrong. All right. What we're doing next to be awesome. Open mikes. Yes. In fact, we haven't played an open mic like this before. So this is this open mic is unique. Let me ask you Jared out of the two beatniks. So who's your favorite? Do you like the Jack Kerouac style? Hey, in the freaks in the alley in the thing, And I love baseball ordeal like William Burroughs. You know what? I have a sticky note actually on my laptop here, saying that I need to get that Jack Caroline, but I think it's on the road or some, like you think this is where it's gone with young people thinking I really want to read it. What's it called? Called on the road. I nailed it. See, now you're 31 is too late for you to change your life. It's also called Oh, you didn't dig it out. No. Truce is not a fan. Boring. Do you know how many hippies became baseball fans just.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Things happen to me, and she said, I said, did you put a spell on and she said no. But the things that have happened to you is the universe trying to balance out your actions. And your dishonesty with me. Wow. The universe balances things back out again. I had a leather jacket called on the road. Jack Kerouac jacket from Banana Republic. I love that jacket was $298. I took it to the dry cleaner. And I asked him to get a stain out. The guy said, Yeah, he can get the stain out. And the day after I had broken up with Valerie, I went to pick up my jacket and that was destroyed. The guy had, like spray painted the entire thing. And then it was all crunchy, and it didn't have that Jack Kerouac's on the road feel to it, Tom. And that was just one of the things and then something to other things bad happened that day. And I remember calling her up and she was. I don't know. I don't have this fell was put on the or not, but like Wall and I don't think you explained the reason you ended up in the coffin is that she regularly slept in a coffin. Yes. Yeah, that was her talking her ritual. You were talking her in and I was leaning over as one guy's reading A bedtime story has one normally Don't stop talk somebody in their coffin that Garvin was an actual antique. It was used to remove bodies from the battlefields of Gettysburg. So Historic. I knew you'd like that. Cause you like me. I wrote down Gettysburg when you're telling a story. It's a new item for me. Oh, God, Lover God love Valerie. All hail Valerie and her brother. Thanks for writing, okay? Oh, yeah. Yeah. All right. Well, there we go there, and I'm sure the nine year old ghost boys that will stimulate into the idea. Nine year old soldier Boy, maybe. Yes. Maybe he was all right. Tracy Taylor, what's going on out there? Still there. Still working the still that's taking up the right lane on Easton 5 10 out near a reservation road drivers they're going to run into that has slowing through five. You're also going to notice this crash here in downtown Seattle that cynical and born. It's still taking up the right lane. So working the wreck on westbound Highway 18 at 300 for the driver's air, hitting the brakes on north and five through shoreline into mount like terrorist cell phone for all five getting out of Belleview through Newcastle. Valley Freeway still rough getting into Kent, You will find some crowding in south London. I five through Tacoma. It starts from just after Highway 18 looks pretty good through Lakewood and Highway 16 The great drive across the Narrows Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor loss on Seattle's Morning news. Here come the final pre election polls, and they seem to be good news for Joe Biden. But I'll quote a piece of The New York Times today by Sean Mackris, who was writing about the mood in.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Sound opinions. Love him. Ticky. Hey, Jack Kerouac by ten thousand maniacs. Let's bring the ten thousand maniacs revival around. Now. We want to hear from you. What are your favorite songs that reference a writer? Call eight eight five nine eighteen hundred and leave us a message..

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

16:21 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on What'sHerName

"I think the best example of Caroline Cassidy's art being unrecognized. Are that the, the most iconic photos of Jack Kerouac, and Neal Cassidy, the really most famous photographs of people probably think of when they think of the beat poets, those are Caroline, Cassidy's photos. The very rarely get credit to her. She almost never received payment when people would use them. Wow. And this isn't just, you know, people using photos in their personal work. These are on, on book covers for major publishers, and Joe's at Laura shared this great story. There was a major publishers booth at a convention that Caroline Cassidy was attending. They had a new edition of some of Jack earwax work and her photograph was on the cover of this book..

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on KTRH

"A possible presidential campaign. Oprah Winfrey's couches next. This could never ever be a woman a Rourke Forty-six. We are told is Obama but white because of his fundraising prowess. He raised nearly eighty million dollars in his loss to Ted Cruz. He's skateboards he listens. He connects on the internet and Jack Kerouac style he roams around jobless does he not need a job to find himself and figure out if he wants to lead the free world. This is a luxury, no woman or even minority in politics could ever have. But a Rourke tall, handsome, white and male has this latitude to be and do anything his privilege even allows him to turn a loss to the most despised candidate of the cycle. Into a launching pad for a White House run Stacey Abrams a Yale trained lawyer. Couldn't do this. The fact that he knows he has the freedom to cast about as a campaign in waiting forms shows how much of his political identity is predicated on being white and male. The nabs are out for Bego you white male. He's no different today than when he was running against Ted Cruz were they were all swooning. Now, they're not swooning swimming anymore. One reference. It went viral from. I think it was a CNN host was did he was babbling one of his interviews. Oh, he was so dreamy during the election against Ted Cruz look at him on a skateboard look at him at what a burger look at him in a band dressed in female clothing. He's so toothy. He's so handsome. He's make dreamy. We just love him. He rolls up his sleeves, and he talks to people, and he drives around look at him air drumming. He can do no wrong. Now, they make fun of that exact thing that they were love with because guess what? They've got their own plans on.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Just I I love this here. I want to just go into this. Because we had we had talked about skater Bob arose. Yeah. And and you know, his interview with Washington Post, which has really seems to have garnered a lot of attention. There's been a lot of negative press and him over the last twenty four hours here. It is Beddoes excellent adventure drips with male white privilege analysis. By nia. Malika Henderson senior political reporter at CNN CNN. Aurora. We are told is Obama but white because of his fundraising prowess. He raised nearly eighty million is lost to Senator Ted Cruz. He skateboards he listens. He connects on the internet. Is a rockstar and Jack Kerouac style he roams around. Jobless does he not need a job to find himself and figure out if he wants to lead the free world? This is a luxury, no woman or even minority in politics could ever have. But O'Rourke tall, handsome, white and male. Has this latitude to be or do anything his privilege even allows him to turn a loss to the most despised candidate of the cycle Ted Cruz, but that's just because of his facial hair? Now into a launching pad for a White House run..

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is a science. But there are inputs there are there are economic theories differ and to keep it, very simple. Let's say communism socialism. Versus capitalist. That's way over simplified. But for the purposes of this conversation, it'll have to do otherwise won't be able to make any any headway. So he's economic theories are tested in the real world. You have economies that are state run. And you have a Connie's that are driven more by market forces. Now, there's no perfect free market economy, including the United States. There are a number of industries that are heavily subsidised. There are winners and losers chosen not by the marketplace. But by the government, either by regulating companies and imposing burdens. Or by benefiting another company with tax incentives or tax breaks. All of these things matter. But within reason we believe in the marketplace. We believe in the reward for risk. What happens is if there is no risk. If the entrepreneur meaning risk taker. Does not undertake risk. The damage befalls the week not destroy them. Because the person who's already rich doesn't suffer as much if he doesn't grow more rich as does the person who's poor. If he doesn't grow more rich. You know, if you freeze the position this is important stuff, folks. I I know it's dry. I got that. But this is important. This is what we're really arguing about. This is the crux of why elections matter and why public policy matters not what someone war what skin color. They are who felt nicer who danced on video. And who said, oh, I don't like dancing and someone else said you can't handle me dancing. Well, I don't like your dance, and you shouldn't be dancing. What you didn't say that? Yes. You did. All this is nonsense. What matters is do. We live in a land of freedom and opportunity. That's what matters those are the big arguments of our day there the arguments that have always been the argument of humanity. You can take us back to a state of nature in two guys. Take wives have children pitch a tent began hunting and eventually farming when they find lamb where they can stay in one spot. That's one of the original. Nope. That's why the original people's were nomadic was because they couldn't farm to didn't know yet. How to farm that didn't know yet how to redirect water and irrigate and sustain crops, and even if they could they didn't know how when the crops yield. Was picked. Cut harvested. They didn't know how to store that wheat. So if the crop failed. There was no crop to fall back. No refrigeration storage. No, pasteurization homogenization. None of it. There was no way to store things long term. But eventually there were and that's where beer and bread. They don't know which one came first. That's where beer or bread the same thing just in different forms came about because it could be stored for long periods of time. And once that happened you had you had this week belt in that's where the nomadic people became static people. City-dwellers? Well, once they didn't have to be on the run all the time, Jack Kerouac style. They can stay in one place. They could begin to invest in the structures. They could begin to build things. And that's when we started seeing civilization advanced dramatically. 'cause no longer. Did you have to be able to to carry your society with you wherever you went? Once you could stay in one place. You started having advancements in the housing structure, for instance. Well, that was cutting edge if you can have an advancement housing, didn't you could keep the elements out the elements the animals that would mean that babies would grow up healthier. They weren't exposed things could be kept dry. And once that happened once they figured out the candle process, he's at work more hours, you can work longer. You can accomplish more you could produce more. But what invariably happens inevitably one guy produces more than the guy in the house next door. Jealousy sets him the guy who doesn't produce never says that the guy who does works harder or smarter. He wants to steal with that guy has. It's at the root of our politics. Fear and jealousy. That's what the Democrats are stoking, fear and jealousy. And now you've got a presidential campaign where they're going to be running for office trying to out tech out tax.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on WLAC

"But there are inputs. There are theories their economic theories that differ and to keep it very simple. Let's say communism socialism. Versus capitalism, that's way over simplified. But for the purposes of this conversation, it'll have to do otherwise won't be able to make any any headway. So these economic theories are tested in the real world. You have Connie's that are state run. And you have that are driven more by market forces. Now, there's no perfect free market economy, including the United States. There are a number of industries that are heavily subsidised. There are winners and losers chosen not by the marketplace. But by the government, either by regulating companies and imposing burdens. Or by benefiting another company with tax incentives or tax breaks. All of these things matter. But within reason we believe in the marketplace, we believe in the reward for risk. What happens is if there is no risk. If the entrepreneur meaning risk taker. Does not undertake risk. The damage befalls the week not destroyed. Because the person who's already rich doesn't suffer as much if he doesn't grow more rich as does the person who's poor. If he doesn't grow more rich. You know, if you freeze the position this is important stuff, folks. I I know it's dry. I got that. But this is important. This is what we're really arguing about. This is the crux of why elections matter and why public policy matters not what someone war what skin color. They are who felt nicer who danced on a video. And who said, oh, I don't like dancing and someone else said you can't handle me dancing. Well, I don't like your dance, and you shouldn't be dancing. What you didn't say that? Yes. You did all this is nonsense. What matters is do. We live in a land of freedom and opportunity. That's what matters those are the big arguments of our day there. The arguments have always been the argument of humanity. You can take us back to a state of nature. In two guys. Take wives have children pitch a tent. Began hunting and eventually farming when they find land where they can stay in one spot. That's one of the original. Nope. Nope. That's one of the original people's were nomadic was because they couldn't farm to didn't know yet. How to farm that didn't know yet how to redirect water and irrigate and sustain crops, and even if they could they didn't know how when the crops yield was picked cut harvested. They didn't know how to store that wheat. So if the crop failed. There was no crop to fall back on. No refrigeration was no storage. No, pasteurization homogenization. None of it. There was no way to store things long term. But eventually there were and that's where beer and bread. They don't know which one came first. That's where beer or bread the same thing just in different forms came about because it could be stored for long periods of time. And once that happened you had you had this week belt in that's where the nomadic people became static people. City-dwellers? Well, once they didn't have to be on the run all the time, Jack Kerouac style. They can stay in one place. They could begin to invest in the structures. They could begin to build things. And that's when we started seeing civilization advanced dramatically. 'cause no longer. Did you have to be able to to carry your society with you wherever you went? Once you could stay in one place. You started having investments in the housing structure, for instance. Well, that was cutting edge.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"All of these things matter. But within reason we believe in the marketplace, we believe in the reward for risk. What happens is if there is no risk. If the entrepreneur meaning risk taker. Does not undertake risk. The damage befalls the week not destroyed. Because the person who's already rich doesn't suffer as much if he doesn't grow more rich as does the person who's poor. If he doesn't grow more rich. You know, if you freeze the position this is important stuff, folks. I know it's dry. I got that. But this is important. This is what we're really arguing about. This is the crux of y elections matter in why public policy matters, not what someone war what skin color. They are who felt nicer who danced on a video. And who said, oh, I don't like you dancing and someone else said you can't handle me dancing. Well, I don't like your dancer. You shouldn't be dancing. What you didn't say that? Yes. You did. Oh, this is nonsense. What matters is do. We live in a land of freedom and opportunity as what matters those are the big arguments of our day there. The arguments have always been argument of humanity. You can take us back to a state of nature in two guys. Take wives have children pitch a tent began hunting and eventually farming when they find lamb where they can stay in one spot. That's one of the original. Nope. That's one of the original people's were nomadic was because they couldn't farm to didn't know yet. How to farm that didn't know yet how to redirect water in irrigate and sustain crops, and even if they could they didn't know how when the crops yield. Was picked cut harvested. They didn't know how to store that weight. So if the crop failed. There was no cropped fallback refrigeration was no storage. No, pasteurization homogenization. None of it. There was no way to store things long term. But eventually there were and that's where beer and bread. They don't know which one came first. That's where beer or bread the same thing just in different forms came about because it could be stored for long periods of time. And once that happened you had you had this week belt in that's where the nomadic people became static people. City-dwellers? Well, once they didn't have to be on the run all the time, Jack Kerouac style. They could stay in one place. They could begin to invest in the structures. They could begin to build things. And that's when we started seeing civilization advanced dramatically. 'cause no longer. Did you have to be able to to carry your society with you wherever you went? Once you could stay in one place. You started having Vance moments in the housing structure, for instance, that was cutting edge if you could have an advancement in housing. Then you could keep the elements out the elements the animals that would mean that babies would grow up healthier 'cause they weren't exposed things could be kept dry. And once that happened once they figured out the candle process, you can work more hours, you could work longer. You can accomplish more you could produce more. But what invariably happens inevitably one guy produces more than the guy in the house next door. Jealousy sets him the guy who doesn't produce never says that the guy who does works harder or smarter. He wants to steal what that guy has. It's at the root of our politics. Fear and jealousy. That's what the Democrats are stoking, fear and jealousy. And now you've got a presidential campaign where they're going to be. Running for office trying to out tech out tax.

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on KTRH

"Is a science. But there are inputs there are there are economic theories that differ and to keep it, very simple. Let's say communism socialism. Versus capitalism, that's way over simplified. But for the purposes of this conversation, it'll have to do otherwise won't be able to make any any headway. So these economic theories are tested in the real world. You have Connie's that are state run. And you have a Connie's that are driven more by market forces. Now, there's no perfect free market economy, including the United States. There are a number of industries that are heavily subsidised. There are winners and losers chosen not by the marketplace. But by the government, either by regulating companies and imposing burdens. Or by benefiting another company with tax incentives or tax breaks. All of these things matter. But within reason we believe in the marketplace, we believe in the reward for risk. We'll what happens is if there is no risk. If the entre premier meaning risk taker does not undertake risk. The damage befalls the week not destroy them. Because the person who's already rich doesn't suffer as much if he doesn't grow more rich as does the person who's poor. If he doesn't grow more rich. You know, if you freeze the position this is important stuff, folks. I know it's dry. I got that. But this is important. This is what we're really arguing about. This is the crux of why elections matter and why public policy matters not what someone war what skin color. They are who felt nicer who danced on a video. And who said, oh, I don't like dancing and someone else said you can't handle me dancing. Well, I don't like your dancing. You shouldn't be dancing. What you didn't say that? Yes. You did all this is nonsense. What matters is do. We live in a land of freedom and opportunity. That's what matters. Those are the big arguments of our day there. The arguments have always been the argument of humanity. You can take us back to a state of nature in two guys, take wives. Have children pitch a tent began hunting and eventually farming when they find lamb where they can stay in one spot. That's one of the original. Nope. Nope. That's one of the original people's were nomadic was because they couldn't farm to didn't know yet. How to farm? That didn't know yet how to redirect water and irrigate and sustain crops, and even if they could they didn't know how when the crops yield was picked. Cut harvested. They didn't know how to store that wheat. So if the crop failed. There was no crop to fall back on. No refrigeration was no storage. No, pasteurization homogenization. None of it. There was no way to store things term. But eventually there were and that's where beer and bread. They don't know which one came first. That's where beer or bread the same thing just in different forms came about because it could be stored for long periods of time. And once that happened you had you had this week belt in that's where the nomadic people became static people. City-dwellers? Well, once they didn't have to be on the run all the time, Jack Kerouac style. They can stay in one place. They could begin to invest in the structures. They could begin to build things. And that's when we started seeing civilization advanced dramatically. 'cause no longer. Did you have to be able to carry your society with you wherever you went? Once you could stay in one place. You started having advancements in the housing structure, for instance. Well, that was cutting edge if you can have an advancement and housing, didn't you could keep the elements out the elements the animals that would mean that babies would grow up healthier 'cause they weren't exposed things could be kept dry. And once that happened once they figured out the candle process, you can work more hours, you could work longer. You can accomplish more you could produce more. But what invariably happens inevitably one guy produces more than the guy in the house next door. Jealousy sets in the guy who doesn't produce never says that the guy who does works harder or smarter. He wants to steal with that guy has. It's at the root of our politics. Fear and jealousy. That's what the Democrats are stoking, fear and jealousy. And now you've got a presidential campaign where they're going to be. Running for office trying to out tech out tax each other..

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"jack kerouac" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"jack kerouac" Discussed on KTRH

"Jack Kerouac. So there's that Jim Europe. Michael. Yes. Or go ahead. Oh, Michael love your show. Listen, I am a Medicare benefits specialist. And I'm a particular project that we're enrolling people in new plans and the heartbreaking stories that I hear day after day after day or amazing about seniors that were you know, what I would love to take that plan offering, but I have to eat. And so I can't take my prescriptions. It's just it's startling. And the biggest problem that I have the people at work around me or millennials and all they care about is signing a contract with somebody. You know, where are you need to sign up you take this plan? Nobody's taking the time to spend. And listen to these people tell their stories about the problems that they have in their lives and go, well, you know, what? Mr. and MRs so-and-so instead of doing this. This is what we thought you might like. You ought to be doing this because it's more forcible and has got better coverage. I've been in insurance fifteen years my call, and it's just amazing to me the insensitivity of younger people in this past election. Just showed me I'm sixty four and I'm getting concerned or these people don't do to me is I get older. Yeah. Well, I'm not a big fan of the system. I think the system is the net for the people that fall. I much prefer. It's really unfortunate. Didn't wanna talk politics today. This is a policy statement. In George W Bush's first year. He made a statement that I loved he said by the end of his first term to move people from social security and government funded government administered. Programs to private health savings accounts. He warned people to have control of their own retirement and their own future and their own healthcare. Our system as we've designed it. And I don't want to take calls on this because I don't want to spend too much time. But it frustrates me. We have created a system whereas dolts were like children. We get a little allowance of what we make. We can play being get a bow or motorcycle. We get some money to play with. But the government will always provide our housing and our education the things we need, and we don't need to worry about any of those things because we shouldn't have to worry. We'll just we get we get to play. We get some time after school to play after we're with all our tasks and chores and things around the house. We get a little time outside to play with your rider bike for a little while play with the neighborhood kids. And then they tell us to come on back in and go to bed and we're supposed to find comfort in that. And I guess some people do like that because as children they found it comforting that they weren't responsible for themselves. Some people can't handle the stress of being responsible for yourself. The rest of us bristle over the idea that there is this government that keeps insisting that they're going to take care of me. Whether I like it or not, and I'm going to give them the means by which they're going to take care of me. My only political statement for the day. I can't help. But think. What a lucky man Lynn is to have that. Sweet. Caroline there. To help him pass his final days..

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