16 Burst results for "Jeremy Paxman"
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"And impoverished. It has resolved yes. Metternich's the time was aghast. At what what. They're up to in terms if just lacking all the subtleties. let's save of noble statesmanship. Yes and the great tragedy in a way and napoleon's greatest mistake. It's the moment where where he really everything starts going. Wrong is at till's it. When after having bi-zonal tra- knocked prussia into a cocked hat completely undermined the prestige of the russian monarchy Which many felt should be abolished in put back into us into an electric And having dropped the russian on his rather than following tolerance advani's which was to turn australia into francis strategic ally. Half the two of them as it were controlling central. Europe either abolished Together all return it to to the size. It was at the beginning of the aging century before voted anyway and that way and my recreating some kind of kingdom of poland push. Russia aren't off central european affairs. In that way a chiro from germany and hunt he appeared to that bland that would have actually given him a really piece on the whole of france's eastern frontier instead of which seduced by the idea of grand lyons with russia and an alliance which he thought he could control and it was an lance which could give him absolutely nothing on they. He dreamed that it would help him. Bring britain to. It's knees and yes that was sort of where it went. I mean the the the seeds of eighteen twelve in the. Yes until sit so. This is a question to ask you then about about napoleon. following if britney a recent biography this incredibly entertaining podcast available online of of An andrew reports having a tremendous getting deng chaired by jeremy paxman which anyone hasn't heard is very very entertaining very funding in. Which in which you both. I might suggest adopt felli. I mean you make very theatrical. you're putting on a show. He's doing the case when napoleon great and and your the exact opposite i wondered that was written. I think that that was recorded before you had written your biography. Yes when she say the have slightly slightly more nuanced picture. But i want. I wondered whether your biography changed your view of napoleon in any way and non mount that means certainly it enlightened great deal yes it did it. Will it explain in that way. I just go back to that. Cost andrew rang me up one day and said new confront my- calm and intelligent scrape to do something but they do. They weren't jewish straight. They said they need to debate. Which i am. I said was as long as i can't stand. These debates. that intelligence crest holds. Were in the end. Everybody ends up agreeing with each other and get impolite size it as long as we can have a hell of a ding dong very rooting street charter. And then have dinner civilized in worthless. It is the point of bites nepad unappointed actually every single figuring history and this is what i find most historians. Some stage annoy me because people start treating historical figures as though they were somehow of a different category of humanity than the rest of us. And the fact is that you're ni- become news is we. But we've we make mistakes we make asses..
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"We had them apart reversal on the planning liberalization for example. Just like. i'm not said anything. It just happened. Every fishing been abandoned but ultimately we'll be the big test of making these announcements that elegantly reversing them. Kenny deliver something for the time if the next election up now as i mentioned Later on we're gonna be talking about checkers because it's one hundred years since the palmer took over checker. All the checkers became get was a gift to the nation for the prime minister. To relax at david if you ever be. i have twice once for one of those evenings. That where cherie blair showed us around. i am told us the history of the house but my most of the but my biggest memory is when we came in it was a cold evening i'm a fire in the greatest cetera and little leo. Leo's watching the television. Our number the light of the fire shining through his rather big is He sat there in his pajamas. What not this is kind of rather a nice and cute scene. And then another case whether to talk to blair about tv series. I was doing about the blair years just before he left power And yeah it's it's quite fun guy to check i think i was reading flicking to blaze memoirs last improvised. He did seem to really like checkers. He times of crisis thing after nine. Eleven when he was mulling whether or not going to stand down that was where we went and he'd sit on the terrorist. The glass of wine as roma's guitar and that is where he made decisions. What what about you so several times and a number of different things we show all the different uses of checkers for dinner for the dinners for some lunch. Shares but also for meetings ministers and sort of policy discussions which were bit looser. And they were better for. This is john. Major had a series where he which i was at which where he boosting first cabinet ministers and then junior ministers in different tranches to discuss what ought to be in a manifesto. And i think that was a nice atmosphere for into it. So i don't know any prime minister who hasn't really enjoyed checkers. And it's i think it does do. What the founders. Who gave it to the nation. Hope that it would do it. Certainly did it for for church. And i'm for all the prime ministers i've encountered a work with. It was funny. We some of the history of it was part of the reason for doing. It was because the an awareness of the possibility in the future that not every prime minister would have their own country home executive. You get one chance per day. Becoming took my son's into the swimming pool it was given to the nation by richard nixon's ambassador and later took into football dinner and he said to me. This is the greatest evening. And i said i said but surely you enjoyed swimming in the in the prime minister's paul he said yes. But that's a check wasn't there and put it into excise ease slowly but we will find that. Nobody's suggested they'd like finger. Which is their dream. Fantasy dinner party guests. Well i'm sure that's only a matter of time was danny's coming david. Could we maybe can tell you in one week. You think you me what then being pulled over to the studio. I've got my podium in my attic i'm Can you fit all three of us. And we can as long as as long as we get. Jet washed out articles. It's totally it's a do danny finkelstein antonio chelsea who them in the times every week just get yourself a subscription goto the times dot com slash smith. Box up next the secret history of checkers. You'll listening to the red box. Podcast now what are you doing saturday night. yes voice. johnson's having his friends round for dinner this weekend for the ultimate Dinner party at chequers. Walter ed balls boost foresight bill. Bison jimmy car- cake galloway lorraine kelly matt lucas. Davina mccall john watson. john sentamu emma thompson. jeremy paxman eighty bonham-carter. Harry enfield bobby charlton and claudia schiffer all have in common. They have all been guests at chequers. The prime minister's country retreat set in a thousand acres of beautiful grounds in buckinghamshire was given to the nation by arthur lee ann. Louis george became the first prime minister. Take up residence there in nineteen twenty one. Exactly one hundred years ago remember. Find out more about the history. We'll speak to some of the people who've been there but both john's to host a dinner party there to mark the centenary this weekend but his hit a few bumps in the votes have been talked to cost is here with more than we explained about the dinner. Who is who was supposed to be going. And who's actually going so some weeks ago. The trustees of checkers who run the santo invitations to every so cool stats not Theresa may david cameron gordon brown. Tony blat search your major. An uncle win to the back end of week. That's tony blair and gordon brown Had said they couldn't make it said. There was an unfortunate diary clash. Which made this sounded to me. Like the most. Quit family reunion history. Faulty crime ministers. Almost all of who and you choose any two way relationship among that four and that's bad luck that today it's even more uncomfortable than that David cameron enjoy major. in fact. can't it only the so all of the full. The prime minister's it'll be theresa may amperage from some to people who you don't need to know a lot about recent political history to know Do not exactly onto wine on a fan number of issues presumably. It's not going to be just them. Are we expecting other. Always got the sort of sitting other end very long. Dining room table. That will be other people who've been involved in in check over. The is that joe. Major's wife dinu major will be attending. She actually wrote a history of checkers. in one thousand nine hundred six while husband was still prime minister. So you know. I don't think the case. The boris johnson theresa may will be sitting across from each other at a small table reminiscent about the last time they were is together. Which was the 2018. Check is summit where the cabinet agreed to theresa. May's brexit deal on the day. Boris johnson quays as foreign secretary would be little could If that was the topic of compensation for the guests that i'm so there will be others Personally by the way. I think reflects very well on theresa may that she is going. I think she is the she is the person who's recognizing that actually this resident this estate thous- hold place in bush politically history and the the office is bigger than its occupants. Although the other prime ministers absolutely say stress than snubbing the occasion at they simply have dari clashes. But they'll seem to me like it might be author of been a robbery fixture in that orest cheapest full time as well as you were saying. There is a lot of history in the building. It was checkers. Winston churchill recorded many of his famous wartime addresses to the nation markets hosted. American president ronald reagan soviet leader. Mikhail gorbachev tony blair welcomes the us president bill clinton He also hosted she didn't find martin mcguinness advocacy. History goes back even further than that. So let's let's dive into the history books. Martin fire is a historian from newcastle university. And knows a lot about check out high boston match. So whose house was it. Before it became the prime minister's we'll hang out whether he was built in the sixteenth century scraped the hills chilton's and it was acquired by an awful league was a conservative and patron festival ball. Who and this wet. It's interesting and this is in many ways. They historical link with johnson. I've always thought. Johnson is much more in common with this prime minister on the one. He likes to compare himself with lloyd. George comes into the picture who was not averse to trading favored trading owners and he made Lee viscount league. I chance to the country and it's been there was an actual seventeen which convert this but since twenty one hundred years. It's the reason for the dinner. It's been in the country.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on Pocket Jaces
"Ten rentals you guys are gonna play against each other on combat against each other jewish yeah. I don't know where we are in the best steaks. I'm willing to keep throwing thrown losses on losses here. I don't mind and i'm pretty sure. I'm like ten collectors. These my she's auto out another one to the pile up on you. And i would also point. None of newbies paid up. Now i i'm just by you a dear lovely parter spa. We got the dj avail ago. We're gonna have to ask suits and find out what everyone's uttered. Dj dj knows genesis very go. So we're let's say kieran pick details by site. And i go. Hat's it's tails so. Dj would you like to go. First or second in true heart gamer fashion album. I all right So the first riddle is the mortgage the maury leave behind. What am i the more you take the maury leave behind this. This might not be great contents. As i sit here for trying to the railway the opportunity to still cairn if deejays l. this so i'm just thinking of a very juvenile joke with which to stale so don't worry about it did it. I'm pretty tempted to pass right mind. Pass all right here. i'll say apu pu. The borey lee bought. Do you know what i'm gonna give it to you. Let's go actually correct. I if if the answer mixed technical sense. I'm gonna give it to you. Dj's express his is like this is literally like northern ireland. Just got disqualified for a streaker taking you penalty or something so not on the answer. I on the anti-han was footsteps. But that's a good way of course seem snake by suicide just not coup beside you. That was when to the poop conspiracy for this season. I can i can tell going not me dine. Pay off these ten collectors. Listen through nylon. I talked about it. Although i talked about it. And we need to come up with a scheme to even the odds of these collector. Russillo disgrace here. I i hope everybody else. Voices their displeasure. Well let us know on twitter. You know so can attend it to directly to me. And i'll let dj. No tally was all right. So question to karen what comes once in a minute twice in a moment but never in a thousand years once in a minute watson. a moment never has years. I was going to be a ladder. Correctness carrying it. An easy ones to go nolan. All right all right figure that has read it. What has many keys but can never open a single door a a piano correct. That's actually a pianissimo is actually answer you very close but incorrect. Could i have also said church oregon. Could i also said accordion could also said harpsichord as i said. Pianissimo is the only correct dancer. You have failed. I'm jeremy paxman over here. Monaco lessons to people. What is useful when it is broken. What is he useful windows broken. I don't know heart of me now. It doesn't say i was the only possible can think the ideas of i was thinking heart to be honest Obviously not the right answer given that you said it was wrong so useful when bergen new idea. I'm egg over so suddenly. Dj okay what is black when you buy it read when you use it and white when you throw away.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Chris. Wichita to get home and i remember even years ago. There's sort of situation where the vince cable saying. He couldn't do any cabinet work always on the way into work because he was on the bus and i thought it was a question of the way that we treat the people who run the country a main pee wee all to take a leaf out of most other major countries. Put them in a car. Let them beat you know. Give them a bit of protection and get on with their body. What do you think are these tiny. Well i used to be more militant about it. Until i got into the house of lords and then i realized that people will just listen to christ another person going on about their own Interests and how they look after the elite and all that stuff started to shut up about it. I look on. You can't have everyone travelling chauffeur-driven cars and whoever the material on the bus. They weren't allowed to do that. But i do worry about chris. Witty yes. I do. think that we've exposed chris witty to a publicity and you know national profile on the public's behalf has been important that we did and we now have a responsibility to look off him especially in the light of the fact that there's a small minority of extremely a massive and stupid people who are on his tail and i think we should be looking better david what he think. I the part of the problem. Is that when you get an event like this. The temptation is to see it in some way kind of typical of the thing that you get all the time i was also thinking about in terms of the way in which the labor candidate kim leadbeater tweeted up in span and saw an afterwards sister was actually murdered In twenty in two thousand sixteen so the question about the safety of people in the public is always kind of mood and there is a coarsening among some people of the way in which they discuss public servants or other people's opinions which seems to just allow them to justify in themselves boorish behavior i was thinking also about those people who stood outside chris witty's frat and shouted that he was a traitor at it charted charted that and there was a bit of potential for us to concentrate on those few moments and not to raise the by and large. That isn't what you know. Danny danny finkelstein here's a household face can walk about largely unmolested on the streets of pinot. The you probably has been On the streets of people coming up and say all i heard you on that might surely program the other died. So yeah yeah. That's that's just a young version of things. Marianne i promise you have a situation. Once where drop something in. Madonna and realized i still need today. It was mainly christmas. A went to the dustmen out to the dustbin. In my dressing gown worried that somebody was going to do the dustbins into the van. Before i got switch Put my head into been reached down together. And that's i doing. A man came along the right and said. Do you know jeremy paxman. Let's see like and i'm standing paid enough aren't though you decide. Lifted your legs up to. Is easter question over thirty minutes. Also a stupid question is social media. As part of this the people have got used to shouting each other in capitals on social media. So do like to go to the street teddy. What the difference between social media and The previous situation which was the people shouted at the radio. Now the radio can basically hear them and people have got used to that dialogue and i suppose it probably has made a difference to people's relationship to to others. Yes and you look they. People watch a video of someone else. Being abusive to chris witty and they get that idea themselves. Now that's become. I think we all can have take steps to look after someone like him. Because the i in my view is efforts. On behalf of the public have been roic. I think one of the way zeal with this is when people do something like this is to make sure that you locate them identify them follow them home and complain to their parents there as they go friends boyfriends etcetera. And just make them. It makes me understand that there is actually some human consequences for doing the things that they do. Simon favourite persecuting them. David in belfast. It has gone chris which he shouldn't need close protection. He's adoptive pity site. The people that needs to catch themselves on ditto. Kim ledbetter we get public figures a human to in is that parts of i mean in a completely separate called hang on a good reminder this past week up politicians are are human beings to it so we sort of slightly forget that the the the not institution. Yeah chris which is not institute. He's not he's not the bbc to be funded or whatever he is she do things worth while reserving a special word for pets. I think her emotional and physical courage is extraordinary. Whatever the result in abolishing wherever you think about any of the things that she says whatever the political differences you might have with a and we're lucky that people still willing to go into public live in those circumstances. And every time i watch her i think. So it's a disgrace that She's faced the source of Abuse that she has in that ball election and people ready all you know. That really is disgraceful. And i do think we..
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"Do it'd be more. It would be more a twenty year old boys watching the football phone but those of us who are what should i get a jeremy. Paxman or a libra. You'd have to get one of those you'd have to get one of those kind of white flesh colored sort of clown. Yeah exactly but it would be worth it to admirable people in the news quick quick. Who's in the news. The stop opened the newspaper. Who else you see. This is where the comedy could be. What what am i m. there's harry ginger. I exactly all the men in the papers. Just on terrible things yeah. We go a cameron. David cameron george galloway. I wanna talk about him. He's he wasn't why we'll see. Now what's he doing. Now he's he's standing. In bingley unbundling bingley and the big double action you know badly in bingley bradford and bingley spent battling spend only and spin anyway so galloway who standing. He's he's given. His party is called the local. The independent called light the bad ass communist killers in the night or something. The workers party of britain putting britain in it makes sense. It's very close. His party of britain. It just sounds exactly like the. We've had enough party wherever lawrence fox's parties called just slightly different. Yeah works party bitten. So he's he wants to unify the left and what it's going to split the vote and then the tories could win it again. And this would be the end of but ghana's party. Yeah so it's called the workers party of britain. He says he wants to wants to stand up to defend the achievements he says of russia china and cuba is unequivocally committed to class. Politics now is going to go down badly and spin net zero balance in an also google apps. Anyway that's not thing. Fronton the meteorite about but i thought the fact that is unequivocally committed to class politics so am i okay and i could have. The opposite into the workers party of britain could be the could be the remote workers party of britain committed to nice big tallies coffee machines slippers. Saturday started daughters and no ringing the doorbell between one and two pm. Because i'm having that. Thank you.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM
"June rocked japan crystal. It's christel june. Rock that right. What is crystal. June rock Crystal japan was a haunting and quite beautiful synthesizer based instrumental track that david provided for the japanese saw k. Crystal june rock advertising campaign. So there you go. That might be wrong. Okay anyway yeah you can listen to. You can find the add on the youtube now. We can see these ads like back then. Nobody would have known he was doing japanese liquor ads right. You know exactly. That's why he did them because there was a whole the th that's what lost in translation is all about. It was the end of that era of big stars going out and doing ads for boos or products that maybe they wouldn't endorse in their home countries in japan because the market was totally separated and there was no kind of crossover but then the internet came along and ruined. You think when he was talking to jeremy paxman very famous interview predicting the rise of the internet. This is what he was secretly praying. God i hope no one finds my crystal japan at some point gonna find my bloody sakai ain't ad or maybe not sack whenever but it's no game potts who did make the cuts and i. I think it really wraps up this extraordinary album and it is a really extraordinary album. It's something that the more i listened to it and rediscovering of the few days the more i've been thinking that it's the i know the cliche the old Thing about oh the best albums since scary monsters but that's absolutely justified. Given the massive drop in quality control that followed hits and the long road back up to that synthesis of innovation creativity and accessibility. The is all in this album. Yeah i think this is the best album since scary monsters itself. It's fun but it's a good album for fans. You've only got a couple of obvious singles on the fashion and ashes to ashes and even those are odd songs really ashes to ashes wonderful very accessible song. Sos fashioned in. Its own way but apart from that it's all very much album tracks strange. Oddly structured songs with odd performances and instrumentation and arrangements. But they're all really good. You know yeah interesting. And and solid. It's very satisfying. I think we've touched on over these podcasts. There were reasons for those creative decisions. And that's the thing that's so rewarding. Satisfying for is that he's thought this through. You can sense when any work of art has been thought through and there are so many layers to peel back and exploit. It's what makes it rewarding and in this case there is an awful lot. Go into on the one side of got david bowie himself. You've got this thirty three year. Old man obviously looking back over his career very self consciously putting the passed away and as we mentioned the beginning of the episode. You know a number of different things had come to natural end by this point. Be his marriage. His record contract the deal with decrease was shortly up. The general climates of the rock scene had shifted a huge amount to. He was really assessing himself seeing what he could do. And i think in tandem with the whole elephant man adventure at the end of the year. Nine hundred really was an extraordinary pivotal. Yeah yeah definitely and Final plug for that nacho compilation. Yes he's really dug up some great bits and pieces there. And there's some stuff of bowie apparently in the studio with The rest of the gang the dance day dom gang. Yeah brilliant apparently laying down. Some of the you know initial backing tracks will scary monsters. Where does that. What does that footage come from. You know chris. I think was he rehearsed for the the tonight. Show so i think there was filmed for twenty twenty. I think that was the american show it was on it was he was filmed a lot that year. I think because of elephant man. There's a lot of rehearsal footage of him for whatever reason it's great that's an you see them doing a. It's all up the hill backwards very early. Take and that's amazing. It's so good that that kind of sketching it out You've got a lot of george. Murray he's sort of in the center of the screen just doing amazing things on the base. And actually that's one of would like to ask you very quickly. Christie mentioned in the book sadly an inevitably. They would never work again. What do you mean by inevitably. I feel like billy sort of would draw lines. You know between periods and i feel like i mean one of the reasons he doesn't use the again immediately is practical like he he can't keep him on retainer for a couple years. He's not gonna tour. He's not gonna do another album so he can listen. Go and dennis davis but that point was working with stevie wonder so he enjoys more jour-jour maury retired. I think he became a teacher. Is investing story Alamar returns. But i feel like you know you'd never is. Bowie was never somebody who got the entire gang back together again. He never brought the spider back. He doesn't do tin machine ever again after after that is over So you know Feel like once something is over. He he doesn't really go back to it in. At least this marks the end of like. I said so many major chapters in his life not least the ending of the the dennis davis kaliszan george murray trio. But then also visconti is now. I mean they do ball in eighty-one but apart from that visconti is pretty much to the picture. Yep for the next twenty years more. Isn't it all the worse for it's got to be said i mean th there's lots of great moments throughout the eighty s and on into the nineties but there's nothing as far as an album that comes close to something that was such a complete coherent statement as any of those seventies albums. Reckon yeah like it has to basically has to come full circle and then you know work with the county again. Very end i feel like blackstar holds up in nyc. Star is sort of the at long last the best since scary monsters. It really was. That's right yeah and again you know. There's so much to love on all those other records definitely even on tonight. We which is such a mess in so many ways. But i've got a big soft spot for a lot of that stuff well. I've been struggling to find seats. Come to this podcast talk about tonight. So adam you just you just confirmed your next guest appearance right there. Don't look down. The may of crazy sounds dodson with the big boys. Big boys go there. You go. I mean what what. Further proof is needed. I think on that note i will. We'll wrap it up. But i just want to really thank. You both feel time. Like i said at the beginning of this. I'm a huge fan of both of your work. Both of your works both of your works and so to have you both on this. Podcast being an absolute joy. So thank you very much for joining meets. Talk about scary monsters goodman. Thanks very much for having me very nice to meet you too chris. I'd.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on Fully Automated
"And i don't want to be the host that just on and on people know i've spoken about mark fisher here before in the show explained that big so i don't have to recall mandate to me but the essence of the vampire castle the rest of it was the vampire castle essay by mark. Fisher comes out of this moment. Where russell brand the british comedian was Being at the contemporary phrase counseled are in the process of being canceled for taking up a position. Which which actually i think mark fisher was very much and respectful of and if hesitatingly in agreement with which is russell brand saying. Look as a real problem. Here we're being asked to vote for a shit sandwich and You know he's like why would you vote to legitimize Effectively of a false choice and The it wasn't especially controversial. What russell brand was saying. It was more the fact that it was russell brand that was saying it and people were kind of Normies to use the phrase. Were really jumping on board and sharing a clip the famous clip with him. Jeremy paxman being interviewed him. Jeremy paxman of the bbc interview russell brand and russell bond being very idiosyncratic and funny in the process and I.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
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Next to the I'm seeing him and. Also just think about yourself right that. You know everyone is an area where there might be a fire. You know might be a fight what about be up you know a whole stream of please 'cause hurling down the street and you might record it. You don't ever think what you recording is GonNa turn into something s right you just thinking is just a fire in the building you don't think it's going to turn into a global event that impacts. Numerous amounts of families and take you know hundreds of liars offing so far. Blatko. That it's insane. Insane. Casey. Crazy absolutely crazy and again. for some praise God but he was impacted and hopefully you know to casual is our no as. As everyone's assuming but judging by what you've read online. So Fi, you can only guess it's going to be in the hundreds of mine if not in know. Yes just mad just Madam Madam Madam Matt. Next thing to talk about this was quite hilarious So I guess from sat down with what Axios. For an interview. Any you know I think usually whenever the the trump things and it gets a basic boring to trump nichols ever knows yes. Absolute talk about Boris Johnson and the UK. Pouring we. NOTICED, move. Or do as they say America, we know that right. So the best way to enact any kind of changes to gain map office right? Just kind of for whoever you want to replace him all you do your best to contribute to society into local policy any way you can to make the change, but you know renting raven a balance wherever you s mute. Bever wasted exercise, but it is funny to look at him as just an entity to kind of look like just to kind of observe mepham back. Wow. You actually made it. Your she achieved a goal and became president United States against older odds and every time we think you say something more insane you is do yourself race on one side declaiming viewing if you've got him sitting down with a date porno from bustle sports for a fairly entertaining of for us really funny and I interview. Oddly enough I think he came across pre human and wherever you hear about him. But she when you eat books about him, you is kind of assume everything that you written a book about trump from somebody doesn't like him waste confirm to stuff that you already see right about how he acts about how. About. How he doesn't like to read and stuff like all these reading books you're gonNA get confirmed yes. You see him talk and communicate others for the bottles. Paulsen defeated a good job because they they did a good job of humanizing him in a way. Right? He kinda made some jokes about him regretting sending out tweets and stuff and yeah, he came across. All right don't wrong. But this view was interesting because he got to sit down with an actual journalist like one of those kind of BBC in Jeremy Paxman, type ones, right. They're actually going to put pressure on you ask you some. You know some very some very probing questions questions you can't get away. You've just doing that whole. Political Fluff speak we don't say nothing he does say yes on some nausea. Does. That do is do right whenever an interview? Yes. On the question. Of skirt around, right. There was kind of answer in general ready kind of lay of the Labor says it young down though say anything at the end diesel journalists will never leave away. So here in trump trying to navigate that interview. And still try and do that thing where he kind of repeats things in the hope that the person will come just move on. It's funny and also the bit way guy says, Hey, you can't do that like as if like like a child right when whenever somebody pushes back is argument or questions he's point of view or he says we talk you're saying is you know complete crap is a hey you can't do that. It's really funny I'll play a off into view. To Watch but it's hilarious man it really is oblivion now. Get a look. Let's look and if you look at death. Started again. Well right here United States is lowest in. His voices on this lasers. He just even sounds dumb. Saving thing can even say it as loud even sounds dominant. A. And imagine right United States by all accounts has failed completely with the coronavirus. Right? If they've not taken any lessons for happiness up his Asia and Europe, just gone about it in their own way every state Scott their own way of dealing with it and collectively they've done a terrible job but still you know your your. Your citizens dying mate Jeremy Independent sweeping entire nation of north. America, and you know there's people that still believe a thing they think is a hoax. They're on the fence make deeply conspiracy theories they are living in alternative scientists whatever may be right. There's no unified message a unified approach to dealing with it, and then you know in the face of that you're bringing up, you're taking papers of you with graphs and stuff and lions to prove your point is like Madam Williams categories. Will lower than the world lows will? Take a look. Case. You're doing proportion cases. I'm talking about death a proportion of population. That's where the US is really bad. Even, a whiz statute been doing it. Why would you WANNA have papers with a stat that says deaf by cases of different population I. Guess Because you WanNa. Fuck the numbers because that's essentially what's happening but it's a weird thing to even kind of. Our really because it's easily dependent. Much worse than South Korea Germany. Fan You can't do that. You. Can't do that. Let's. Sorry. That's why the US is. Really..
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Does by. We're back good ads. I particularly liked the ad for conquering Africa and murdering millions of people. They're really a good way to end slavery. I know they made the case it was. I was hesitant. I I'll be honest. And then hearing their position on a thirty second spot. I realized I was. I was the that they got bill. Murray to voice it. Yeah yeah good pitchman. But I wouldn't call it. I mean now certainly a different second act than I anticipated from him. Yeah Yeah Yeah now 1887 Stanley departed. And we'll become his final trip from Africa. The imposture relief expedition. Pasha was an eastern European blowhard in a pseudo gifter who ennobled himself to the English people by resisting. The followers of the Mahdi in southern Sudan. And this is most similar in modern things. Because we really don't have time to get into this very complicated story. It was kind of like this. Ariza quivalent of Isis. This guy rises up. He like beats a European army. And it's just like real shocking. Move in like he's. He's raises up his own Islamic Kingdom. It's this like it's a big deal at the time they. They treated him like Isis. Like I'm not gonna say that he was. He was actually like as Isis sucked ass. I don't know if the mighty did or not I don't know enough. But that's the way they talk about him right So Pasha wound up surrounded and cut off by the forces of the Mahdi and Stanley was dispatched to relieve him and the whole operation was shit. Show again all of Stanley's white colleagues died so he was able to blame sundry failures and massacres committed by his execution on deadman which is very handy for Stanley. This expedition massacres. So many fucking people now. They didn't make it hard for him to look bad. One of his white companions didn't survive. Was James. Jameson the heir to the Jameson whiskey? Family tight on Stanley trip but not before buying a young girl from a slave trader and paying cannibals to let him watch them eat her now. Jameson was known as Cannibal Whiskey by many for years later and this might not be true. A lot of people say it's not a lot of people who have no interest in defending Jameson. Because you're just a lot of fucking stories right. I don't know the truth. This is a story people. Tell about this this expedition. The trip was a massive shit show and a lot of people died and at the end of it. Impartial didn't really wind up wanting or needing rescue so stanley took him along to Zanzibar. Anyway where Pasha attempted to commit suicide after. All this seems seems Henry Morton Stanley had finally had enough of adventuring retired. England lost his taste for that. Yeah he did how he he. He retired England he married a Welsh artist named Dorothy tennant kind of to his credit. He adopts a a Welsh abandoned bastard child like he finds like a poor abandoned kid who he was and he adopts him and loves him. So that's that's good. He Has. He's in need of a boy. He needed a boy got himself another boy. He's always got a boy and this one finally didn't die immediately so that's good that's wonderful. Oh it varies. Depending for Henry a happy ending for Henry in eighteen ninety nine Stanley became a knight of the order of Bath. He settled into a dignified retirement with both us. In Britain proudly claiming him as their son he became a liberal member of parliament in nineteen ninety five and he died in one. Thousand nine hundred. Four the stigma that remained around all of his murder stopped him from winning a Westminster Abbey burial. But he did receive a nice memorial. The epitaph reads Boulama. Tari the breaker of stones. This was a nickname he'd been given by Africans who were like this guy is such a brutal piece of shit like that's the kind of guy he is like. He's the fucking hard enough to break. Stones Rick Whatever Yeah Yeah but Stanley actually really this nickname. Which is why you should never fucking give a piece of shit a nickname. That sounds cool like call them fart master. You know. He's not gonNA put on his his grave. I'M GONNA quit from Oxford University. Press again he gloried in the name. Boola metairie breaker of rocks portraying. The Story of African explorations quest for mastery of the Earth Stanley geography was ever a militant and Manley science dedicated to the subjugation of wild nature. It's books at maps. Were weapons of conquest rather than objects of contemplation. The study of geography he proclaimed in eighteen. Eighty five ought to lead us to something higher than collecting maps and books of travel and afterwards shelving them as of no further use wide traveler. Or you're not going to conquer. Wow He's a bad tourist for most of the last hundred years. Change Consensus has evolved. That Stanley was real big piece ship. And this has been mostly universal even among his biographers until Tim Gio came around and published Stanley Africa's greatest explorer and saved him send saved him from the evils of history because as we know history is written by the victims. Yeah and I will. I will give I will give Jill this. This is probably the most impressively research justification for mass murderer that I've ever read. I've never read anyone put as much work into defending a guy who killed enslaved people for his own benefit. Like he really. He fucking puts in the LEGWORK TO DEFEND. This monster serve inspiring. I kind of wish I kind of hope that when if there's ever a biography written about me someone like Jill writes it and they can have single frame. Yeah they can frame. Moments like and Robert had no choice but to vomit on the Sushi of that Ukrainian couple out for a nice night at the restaurant. What we're his other options vanish development on the people. Next to them the Puke was going somewhere and he made the only golly good at the time the most heroic choice I would say Jesus really everybody should have. Geel in their life. Yeah I wanna I Kinda WanNa hear Jill Do Hitler. I know he wants to deep down. I kind of want to hear. Is Hitler. Um Man his Andrew Jackson I wanna I just Oh yes okay he's he. I don't think he would actually do Hitler but he would. Totally do Jackson. Yeah Yeah now Jill. We've given I think a well-deserved drubbing in this episode. What he did didn't happen in a vacuum and I think I need to close us out by quoting from a very important book called the Imperial History Wars debating the British empire and it explains the context that this biography. We've been talking shit about came out in quote by two thousand twelve a new documentary series about Britain's imperial past was being aired on British TV this one a BBC production with Newsnight interviewer Jeremy Paxman who guided his viewers through amazing stories of adventure. It's nothing short of a scandal. Packman scolded that. This history is not taught in schools. The purpose of the series he explained was to refute the conventional view that the British empire was a thoroughly bad thing the TV the TV personality. This is where people are gonNA be bummed the TV personality and naturalists. Sir David attenborough apparently did not get the memo. He complained that Paxman was far too negative about the British empire other figures who felt that. Yeah yeah other. Prominent figures who felt that the public needed to be reeducated about the virtues of the British empire and the achievements of its heroes. Were the popular historians Andrew Roberts Lawrence James and Max Hastings the biographer Tim. Jill wrote a book about Henry. Morton Stanley that declared to be Africa's greatest explore and dismiss charges that he had massacred Africans during his expeditions and that he bore any respect. We all know g yeah. Stanley became one of the leading proponents of a controversial campaign to erect a statue honoring Stanley at his place of birth. The Welsh town of Denbigh as GIO sought the time had come to dispense with post imperial guilt for Jill in those who share his views. This call to arms was fueled in part by resentment is what he dismissed as the moral brownie points politicians and others sought to accrue by well publicized apologies for crimes committed by earlier generations. He was no doubt alluding to Tony. Blair's apologies for Britain's role in the African slave trade and the Irish Potato Famine Gordon Brown's role in the expert of child migrants to Australia and other colonies and David Cameron's apology for the bloody Sunday. Massacre Dairy they call it Londonderry. But yeah it's during a visit to India Cameron also conceded that the British bore some blame for the conflict over Kashmir and expressed regret with the Washington. Post called a near apology over. The amorous are massacre of nineteen nineteen. So maybe has very little to do with Henry Morton Stanley than deal is just like trying to defend himself. So Badly. And like yeah. That's that's all. These guys are doing that right at the end of the day. They're defending themselves as heirs to the British Empire which is important to them right now. When we come from a culture that was built and attained you know would would be called greatness At least in the moral sense just in the objective the British empire was great in the same way. That like a fucking a boxer can be great even if they're a piece of shit it's just a a a term of relative power and influence people who come from those coaches which most people at one point or another. If you dig back long enough you have to decide what do you how do you? How do you deal with that do you? Do you come up with justifications for your ancestors did horrible things or do you think. It's often wrongly written as like the options are either take pride in it or feel ashamed and it's Shitty to want people to feel ashamed for things they didn't do and it's not that at all. I don't feel any shame. Personal Shame for like slavery. It's just like yeah the people. It's a horrible thing that people in the past did. I didn't do it but I'm not gonNA pretend. It wasn't a nightmarish evil. That persists to this day in a lot of its harms on society and that still has not been made close to right It's this this attitude that like you have two options which is like feel horrible as a human being for this or pretend it was fine and you die. Write us the option. Yeah you don't have to be one of the in one of those cans you can actually right like you. You can acknowledge that this was something horrible that existed in history and that you still benefit from today and you think about ways in which you can try and write it within your life but you were the one who is actually killing people. Yeah Yeah Yeah I. I don't know like my i. I don't know enough of genealogy to know if the scramble for Africa had any of my relatives in it but there's a decent chance that like yeah the scramble for Africa like all all of colonialism in Africa was as a history of unspeakable historic grade war-crimes. And that's bullshit and. There's a lot that we should be doing to write it including reparations to just fucking to the two nations and there's a whole lot that needs to be done and it's a very complicated discussion and you don't have to like beat yourself up about it because you didn't do anything about it to not be like but that was fucked up and we should do something about that right. Yeah Yeah we should. We should do something here I think we should probably do. Is I mean there? We've done so much damage to the entire continent that we send them. Yeah yeah maybe if we are just to send a bunch of civilized people like us that air raid option draw basically what I would call a white line through the continent and yeah we can establish these little these little communities in there that can let us like travel through it and we can facilitate order an art soren. We invented colonialism again. Oh Jesus how easy. It is trap of Benton colonialism. Ed Really Oh boy..
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Nine four thank you white band we we we picks up the pot hole or something but here you're you're might not bill is very reasonable your total bills very reasonable I think you're not out of line for asking for this I think that if the potholes were as you mentioned you mentioned about dimly lit that doesn't even matter that much it adds to it but here's the bottom line if you're gonna invite cars into a parking lot that has to be in a in a condition is not gonna damage cars so here's the deal you have to prove it tell me what if they say there are no potholes are they still there you better go take some photos man are you there well I did call yeah I'm call Jeremy Paxman the manager and I can give you his phone number he'll let you know the still got on hold on up to get down there well they did not here's what I want to know did you put in an incident report will they deny it happened I did put in an incident report with Germany facts that you haven't signed by him a copy of it I don't okay Mike okay let's just say he said you know what I don't really recall you see what I mean we're talking about the very basics not that demand then the manger made is very reasonable you sound intelligence I spoke with him yesterday and told him I was going to get get you involved he said go for it okay asked him for a copy of the incident report if you don't have one you're screwed we'll just get some pictures of the damn potholes okay that's good too but the incident report how long after the incident did you file an incident report within a couple of days and even if there is no incident report they don't even have a form you make one and make them sign it or make them acknowledge it or take a picture of I'm looking at it I'm telling you yeah documenting what I'm curious about I went to a hotel over in it we didn't stay there was a caller that called in this was years ago in fact you'll remember it by this I actually did the graphics and drew a circle I remember I remember that when I move out there granted there was potholes everywhere but few could maneuver around them so I don't know what the situation is until we see something right are they going to say look you you know you're a dummy are looking you know for for driving into you could have gone around it then that's where the dimly lit come forty of five a dummy yeah but it's much more on any yet but if you took pictures that night of the lighting that would help you don't even think of taking pictures that night right because you know actually unit to switch phones and so he doesn't have the old pictures also I know what happened he drove away and didn't realize the extent of the damage because the city no I got towed remember I thought you said you drove a little while and then it broke down yeah the ball joint broke down on I listen to your yeah here's the other deal nineteen what is this nineteen ninety nine with two hundred and ninety thousand miles nine as any ball joint in the world survive that long now now hold on you got a good very very good point the point is what is it going to snap eventually anyway did a snap easier because the egg shell defense does not apply to cars let's talk about HL defense what it means is with personal injury you take the victims as you find them meaning if someone has what they call a glass jaw you know and you get hit the jaw and it shatters their defense can't be well a normal guy would have taken that and it would have shattered I don't know why but in personal injury it says you take your victims as you find them if somebody's frail you pay more personal injury than someone's not if the attorney knows what they're doing but with pop with property you don't take property as you find it if the property is older in disrepair they take that into consideration for damages for example what a normal car be damaged I mean a normal car that length and stuff now I want to ask you would it be Mike Mike seriously now do you think a normal driving over the same exact way you did what what is sustained similar damage it would it wasn't because it was all on hold no no there was more than one possible their parking lot it's littered with C. but hold on now all the way way way way are you saying you have more than one pot home I did but not I didn't drive vigorously through it but there you can't drive through the parking lot without business so once you hit first pothole what did you do after you see I'm going to be the defense attorney what did you do after you hit the first pot holes are Joe consciously then why did it then why did you break a ball joint well I'm not a mechanic if you were driving sense and sees guys two hundred and fifty thousand miles on this vehicle yeah lower ball joints usually just a war out within a subset may gap more susceptible I'm trying to get there so the ball is actually at the bottom of the joint with bolts to the to the member it is inside of a socket that socket start wearing out and gets loose when you charm by hitting up a hot model you break the ridge that holds it in case saying a newer one way would happen I'm no new won't hold a lot better no new one will hold up better know that it could we don't know and there's no way of telling here's the deal things would break before the ball joint I think I'm a tie rod I think he's being very reasonable asking for that amount and I go to small claims court which is fine I'd probably do the same thing but he better get some evidence yeah do you had better get some evidence let's keep going here three oh three seven one three talk Chris said he needs clarification after he was on about his workers comp question go right to the clarification you need I don't want to repeat everything you were injured at work go ahead yeah so we find three there are some residual effect so the reason I was wondering is that right when the new the answer and they they kind of seemed like they were a little a few with me our experience and they can go ahead and you know just the kinda not once submitted to the administrative law judge they can't so let me say this to you please you yeah if you get a settlement it's don if you get a permanent impairment rating you get paid on that impairment rating if things get worse it's done okay I don't want to be sure now Suzanne I just have a very quick question we don't even need them on the air because he brought up another one if he has a permanent impairment rating paying a five hundred a week okay and he gets worse can his impairment rating go up in two or three years that's a good question okay you can hang up and listen Chris but that is a good question can your permanent impairment rating go up once you've settled once you've gotten it so you're you're you're receiving payments okay you're receiving payments based on twenty three percent in four years you go up to twenty nine or thirty percent or forty does it change or do they say you're done with this body that's a good one Dan wants to talk about two Prius is with high mileage otherwise known as junk go ahead Dan I'm John I'm just kidding how many miles you are these yours are these yours are my kids how many miles one my daughter drives you have the hundred and eighty thousand and the others about a hundred and thirty Dan how have they been for you often fantastic best cars I've ever owned okay may I ask another question have you ever had to have the batteries on now how many hours do you know how many hours on the batteries no idea okay I mean one to two thousand seven one to two thousand nine when you have to replace batteries albums you know they say the life of those batteries in ten years like he he is positive I've seen because they've never had an change we own two woman our fleet and they haven't had their batteries change do you still have them yeah we should run many miles yeah just one shy of ninety five ninety eight thousand I think the other ones got seventy nine thousand is there a big difference from when they were brand new and now as far as drivability night drivability but time you can drive no because remember it's a it's a hybrid electric guitar the engine that's right in the let's see what your question Dan I'm very use more oil than they used to so we're between all changes it consumes more and and I've heard L. park about BG or V. G. R. I don't know which letter before their to clean it is that something that could help and consume less oil yeah yeah yeah durable say wandering up the oil sauce is using the probably not until the problem of you got to get close to my core I don't want to talk again no not quite as cool clothes go because in fast and quick here's the deal because the hybrid electric the motor doesn't always run all the time okay could you run electric what does motors one of doing is carbon up delivering don't control ring in the engine okay gets collapsed it doesn't expand like as opposed to the seal that's what they'll be G. services were made for the A. T. P. R. and woman's restoration you might have to do more than one you then also want to check the breather system make sure it's not sucking the oil out of the engine and guess what you may have internal engine wear okay those are all the things you want to look you start with the most inexpensive first that's where you begin that process most people drive those vehicles dram a ton so they wait a long time for changing oil and at all that started to garbage that's really the answer go ahead I go about five thousand miles in between oil changes on the previous and I've had six or seven of them if you do the BJ service on it isn't something that you put into it and drive it around like a regular oil change or do you bring it you do the service and when you leave it has regular oil we're going to answer that right after this Hey not we'll talk all about how you use BG for this.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"This is the only show anywhere that just solves problems it really is and I'm so happy you're here so let me just get to the phones and if you like what you hear tell a friend about it and also warn people about what you hear on the show it's very important now we hear a lot about rip offs right special with home improvement that's why I always talk about genesis total exterior stock com March Manske and his team genesis total exteriors do you imagine how hard it is to advertise on the show I'm serious because we look into each and every complaint now we look into all complaints whether they're on the list or not but if they're on my list it goes to the top of our pile and we negotiate everyone of him now we don't get a lot thank goodness right Bob but it's hard because we we really do follow through genesis total exteriors dot com Hey al Ramis is it true do we have do we call you once in awhile if we get a complaint absolutely you give me an opportunity I think that and eight but we always talk about it we never said a word yeah and and Jeff I I you know what about it you know we are held accountable to the hotel is about and that's what that's what it should be now Hey real quick on genesis say opened an office in Colorado springs in their Killin it down so listen guys let's talk what is going on that's the question what is going on and how we help you Chris has been waiting let's go to him Chris what's going on it's a hard day today you just heard our aromas procured Jeff victim or transmission we'll get to some car questions what's going on with workers comp Chris based on my other question is right I got a I went gold prices got the lead paperwork paperwork from the insurance company or their you know offer on what they're let me let me tell people workers comp works they assess your disability if there's a permanent disability they offer a settlement that's the only time they offer a settlement and the settlement is based on a schedule it's not a negotiation usually also however they might have it wrong and that's where you get your own independent experts but workers comp is unlike most other injuries because you're not allowed to sue your employer there are what's called third party claims you can make for example if your employer has a machine and the machine malfunctioned not only do you get workers comp but you can go after the machine manufacturer if they were negligent it or if you believe they were so what's going on with yours alright so on they sent me an offer and you know proceeded to the pay out on a schedule finally got a hold well first of all did you reach maximum medical improvement it's called M. M. I. okay with Eminem why did you have a an impairment rating yeah what was your impairment rating twenty three percent what was the injury that's a lot what was the injury I had a back injury I was involved in a vehicle accident now did you have to get your own expert for that twenty three percent no that was to the insurance company our I mean it was they sent me to okay so now what is your question based on this well I I called today to see if I can get a like a lump sum settlement because apparently in Colorado they're required to pay on a schedule I don't know that but we can find out go ahead well the cold and that is through that I would answer the question you know it's my understanding that once you sign the paperwork and receive the the settlement folder no longer liable for any injuries that may flare up or that's right that may come from the injury that's right that's why they call it a settlement right and I feel like in in questioning that they they may have like red flag something so you know what you bring up a good point Chris for example if you know some guy it has a twenty three percent impairment rating and and he's a weakling in a certain area I don't know man I bought listen I one time a long time ago there was a woman who is applying for work and I saw or she told me that she had had twelve workers comp claims and I thought to myself holy crap this is going to be a I don't know if I want this woman and I don't think you're allowed to do that I how I ended up hiring believe it or not a a she was part time and and it was fine but man I wonder do people get passed over I used to ask all the time higher are you allowed not to hire them for that or do you have to give me another reason I don't know let's set is click Fenton around he said he'd be in a few minutes all right hold on we'll come back to you and then you can ask our attorney at law cliff Fenton and in law he's also a personal injury attorney now Mike you a pot holes damaging cars we hear this all so let's get right to it might okay can you hear me yeah I'm gonna give you thirty seconds sum it up Sir okay I was a visiting a person at the Wyndham hotel down in centennial and this is in the middle of may and the pot the parking lot was not well let and it was littered with holes in them diameter of two to four feet and how deep very deep maybe three quarters of a collective some time to put all my god it is it is unbelievable and I'll bet you still that way today I have been down the recently but how damages the the front of my nineteen ninety seven Lincoln town car stretch did you say nineteen ninety seven yes our state is this in operation right now is a commercial vehicle this ninety seven it's not it's a personal vehicle is it a stretch limo it is are you a pen this is a that's a cool car I bought in two thousand three wow no kidding how many miles you have on it two hundred forty five thousand also there's no value to it well that's the problem but I want to ask a question okay I'm I'm asking myself does this make a big difference yes it does because you can't really see a city not less there's I mean trust me yeah but he said it was a hotel I know I know that's what I'm getting at there's a higher level of higher level of responsibility especially because a parking lot is inviting people to come in and park I mean this is this is as what what what would Johnny a what was his name on Seinfeld outrages ludicrous upgrade yes I preposterous prosperous right so did you complain to the hotel what what was your initial action what did you do well on this evening was may fourteenth and shortly thereafter left the parking lot the ball joint broke on my car and the car was ended and I had to have it towed to might not bored and they did the repairs for me and that's what I then I called the next day and went to visit the hawthorn suites by Wyndham Jeremy Paxman the the manager yeah and he supposedly filed an insurance claim but I spoke with him yesterday and he said that they're not going to pay for anything of course not and they felt no liability of course not and so I'm stuck with these bills and right right no doubt how much did it cost to fix them the might not bill was four hundred four dollars and the total bill was two hundred fifty dollar man that is so reasonable you're not asking like you can buy one and he's a really good shape at ninety seven with a hundred twenty three thousand miles for sixty nine hundred Bucks that's the asking price and die it's got a whole history report that's pretty cool it's beautiful what color is yours black on black how the hell this is a stretch I'm looking at district how do you get around where do you park it wherever you can no I mean it's so do you how do you use this do you don't live in a do you are you one of those well actually I had the I have stayed in it red sign time red sign I'm just kidding listen man you score you are very yeah this is a very reasonable request here not asking for thousand you're saying six hundred box eight hundred Bucks whatever it is what is the total basically so six hundred and fifty four they are nuts this guide how reasonable are they still there do you have pictures of everything that I send us send us anything you have what's called for this guy and then small claims court will walk you through I want to see the logistics part yeah we want to see pictures Suzanne kid does he have anything to document can you send it to us let's take a quick break I would come back to this plus what about this two previous is with high mileage all we have some advice and SUVs which ones do I like end workers comp we're gonna get our attorney.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast
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"jeremy paxman" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast
"Audio. Charlie chaplin. So it's like a video podcast as well, boys. Last high end, I mean, still fighting, but I guess like because of your show inspired Edinburgh that it's so focused and so thought that you need that release with the show like your Elliott show. Yeah. Yeah. Had a conversation with a friend earlier today about the fact that know? I've always said this my personnel. It doesn't really come so ever in that. And perhaps I need to be a little bit more word in the face of the Browns a little bit is when you when you feel that way about knol, your personality is not come across and views. No, okay. Okay. No. Because that's how I wanted to be. I mean, I could accuse reengineer tomorrow. And just well, actually, I'm going to talk to the time you can sit there listen occasionally chime in, but it just wouldn't make for a terribly good interview. You I tend to think myself as like a traditionalist in the sense that you look I mean, definitely like, Jeremy Paxman style. But he's he's to interrogate point most of these investigative journalists. They don't get the best of their guests because they're too combative in their approach. You basically want to be like the person's best friend, and like I'm kind of here to hold your hand you through this process, as you tell me your life story and open up about things that you've never told anyone ever even. Although there's eight cameras point his. Like a part of. Cameras school. But. Oh, that's weird. Strange. I mean, these people must be used to talking constantly because they're used to speak in setting Amar SIM Nour's. So that's what you're trying to make them comfortable in enduring. So you're just like you say being the conduit for it, and then just asking the right questions. So you'll with them. I mean, the people that are really really good speakers. Sometimes have a habit of speaking too much, and it becomes less like I'm aware that this red bills having some majestic affects me Madam probably stealing. Talk of it too much here. Yeah. I do point is people who speak for a living a lot of. It's just they've done it so many times they're just going through the motions with whereas I've not scripted any of this. You've not scripted any of this. We are just two guys have a chat and. I agree with each other. My. Title to wake is agree with? What's what's controversial stance that you have other who agree with if people in Africa are traveling twenty five miles to get war? Why don't they just lip the the war? About fire every day. Live by the river. I'm joking. This is a really interesting point. Yeah. Depends what they live in just being silly actually believe. It was a really interesting, Ted talk. I seen from this. I'm African woman, and she was essentially saying that the depiction of Africa is completely wrong. Especially by the UK on them are America. And they're they're having to depict Africa. The continent is a sort of poverty stricken in famine stricken with any sort of way. I other than aid. And they have no natural resources whatsoever. And she comes from like an affluent place in Africa kinda member exotic where he was saying that the the reason during this is because they have lots of Nacho resources and diamonds and stuff for bat, raise, you know, the the lithium in all sorts stuff. So they're perpetuate this. So that they can keep control of it. And even make Africans believe this is true as well in. Oh, she's constantly battling this with everyone that she she's she comes into contact with a bunch of white guys. Now that Mars, but as a bunch of white guys in the code just like say, nothing usually they're just like looking at. It's an awesome, Ted talk. I'll i'll. Interesting. I did an interview with a guy called Selby Kerry. Right. Who's young entrepreneur? He's doing crazy things and gentleman over here. Young guys with the name Selby unusual, right? Pile some Bob with all right?
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"Enjoyable. I think he agree with the loan with me if we could get Connie on as a guest to discuss with him some of his issues. I mean, it would be much more source of Jeremy Paxman, what's the late night show here that they grill the politicians. Remarkable cumin either normal guilt from it. As interview Norman premise, interviews lovely inclusive and warm and welcome to my guests. And we love having with we'd have to be a little stricter when I think, so it'd be like, look, he's got a great film and his podcast. But I do the best phone as podcast in the world. Do that Tiger Woods. To get him on. I'm just knowing that I'm not convinced that it's the most obvious booking for us. They offered me. I would say have to did you see the great thing for Valentine's Day. He put like hundreds of all is on the floor of the living room. They might Kenny G play that ultra. I think he'd. Was that it was what? Deploy Kim came in the fuck like. Basing my life is I actually coach reached it because you see it was g in the living room playing clarinet. And then there were such. Kenny G Frank Powernet living room, but they were like hundreds of individual rose in vases. And I quote tweeted at saying, that's so weird. Because that's exactly the date is set for Rosca announced your Benetton. That reference. What was interesting about? It was looking at the picture of living removes quite small. But also, you judging the Kanye kadarshian living room as too small. It's just expected to have like a moat or something speaking to be granted this Kenny G in a whole lot of like. Like. What you're any g was a cat. He just bang. Right. If you did it for Valentine's Day, if you see that like hundreds of little vase Roy's just let my cats Guibert. I'll be like love you. It would be like cats playing pimple. Yes. There's another day him. Russia town. Empathy? We need it. As those are the bedrock. Feminism actually that Mike in for that one woman making the world of the herself isn't feminism. It's just one woman making the bolt herself case in point Theresa May, my prime minister, she is doing things for herself and other people like her so rich white posh people, particularly rich people and her sort of circle of friends, and that's how they all operate. So David Cameron is fine. Like, he calls, the whole Brexit scenario. And he's absolutely fine. Because he would always be rich. He's now on the speaker circuit charging fifty grand to give a quick toke at an investment Bank. Explain what Boris Johnson is account now one he is correct on that motto. He's correct on. No other motto. So he's fine. He's going to be fine. So it doesn't really matter. What he does. He can bring it authority. He can call this catastrophic situation of. The UK he could do ever he wants. He's always going to be fun. And so when to resume does not that's better. She's not helping women. She certainly not helping women who are in a worse situation than her. She's only hope she is helping women she's accidentally helping like her if he's older liberty helping women like tax breaks sample. Whereas feminism is about a woman helping all the women not just herself go forward. Get up outta knock a barrier out of the way smash assailing. Hero builder's that serious bulldoze building to the ground self. I works in a letter box to know other things suffer jets did throw themselves onto hosts knowing that was an accident. Now. Really? The other Suffragettes did not get bumped down. So that she died, but. Devastated that she don't need. But they also it's helped. They did not like it. It didn't actually do to stretch everything. He didn't mean to do it. She meant to jump out coast scene. But she bought a ticket for a party that night and a return train ticket. Oh, oh. Show. Let's go. Oy. Sorry too soon. Kenny G again, that's about penetrate. Okay. So yes, we need because you have to understand how someone else things and how someone else feels in order to include them you need to be thinking. Oh, what if I were that post on probably that group of people and feminists is the bedrock of feminism? What are your thoughts on? I feel like if you can make something better for someone. Why wouldn't you date? I feel like I have got lists sympathetic to people in more empathetic to people as I've got older and head life experiences where I go if I see someone who situation that is owned making like get out of it situation. I don't really have much sympathy for that. But if I know that I can't get out of that situation. I have a load of empathy for them like undesired things that black and white anymore. And and you know, but a kid my want him to grow up to be with you can respectful of other people as well. And so like, you say you may look at my own behavior and go my modeling good thing to the toll out. I have no children. So I really think about. Just lie around Obita bathrobe watching Netflix going know, there's no one here to see. So.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is. This statistic. I didn't know if you're gonna use it. But I studied up on this, do, you know, where those four thousand people come are captured the courts, not always certainly the State Department says there hasn't been any terrorist found coming across the. Land and it's spicy. It's all of the above the one thing that you're forgetting the most vulnerable point of entry that we have in this country is our southern border, and we have to protect it and the more. Coming across the southern border, Sarah, they're coming and they're being stopped. Well, there we have a pretty good example work last, but also many examples coming from Krista Nielsen and also Donnelly from Sarah Sanders, but the president himself that just don't square with the facts. So, you know, this was I think what's newsworthy about what Chris Wallace did is that it's newsworthy. Just it isn't we don't push back. The way the say the BBC does you know there? There are British correspondence. Jeremy Paxman is a famous one. Who will just literally ask the same question in real time fifteen times, Eric without editing. And so that you can see exactly how much is is being invaded. When you directly go to it. Chris Wallace did a couple of rounds. She said the same thing about the most vulnerable point. And then talking about the fourth. I'm sorry. Sarah Sanders, and and Chris Wallace did. Go through that a couple of times. And the problem was that they only have a couple of times on FOX TV, but you could see her effort to just conflict four thousand most vulnerable point is the southern border four thousand the most vulnerable point is the southern border to things that may or may not be true. But she's trying very hard to put them together. We've seen that sort of conflict technique in other administrations and many many times. But here he wasn't letting or get away from it. That was big news, especially because it was FOX and we've seen Jake tapper do similar things on CNN. It doesn't get quite the same play. But it was wonderfully satisfying to watch. Now, we can do real time. Fact checking on this because we pretty much know his points. We may not be able to get all of them. But you could get some of them. Jim fallow suggests maybe be doing ESPN style, scroll down the back. Jim Jim fellas of the Atlantic may be down the right or across the bottom. He even suggested maybe a continuous oral commentary, LA MS T three K mystery science theater three thousand ways the back heads of the correspondents literally talking back to the screen, which is what they do in their mock criticism of really bad science fiction films. One thing he is concerned about, but he says, it's still a good option. But it shouldn't be alone is the democratic political response of this is an overtly political discussion there should be an overtly political response that would be fair. His problem is and our problem is that. So these are just two political opinions and reasonable people disagreeing, we know just by dint of the unbelievable volume of lies the president generates, you know, minute by minute basis that this is going to be sheer fantasy land. And it's almost dignifying it by saying, it's a reasonable. He's you know, reasonable people can disagree argument. This is plagued the media's coverage of global warming for a long time. You put on one person who's paid by the oil company, and whose extreme outlier and have it have him suggest that there is a disagreement within the scientific community when there is not. So you've got the problem of perception there, but you can fix it with real time. Fact checking prior to that response. There's also the partisan you alluded to the whole partisan side of this issue. I mean, the president has said that the Democrats are blocking. The Democrats have said that the Democratic Party spokespeople. Who said this is immoral to build a wall? He's got a real divide. An extraordinary divide here among different sides and prisons blaming the Democrats. The Democrats are blaming the president. So to have at least some response and some feedback from the other party would seem to be perfectly normal and in the plantings. Yeah, I completely agree with you. And by the way, there isn't just disagreement between the two parties the president himself disagrees with himself. He was perfectly willing to sign an agreement to keep the government open absent mention of the wall. You know, if this is of such deep national security importance, he probably wouldn't have agreed to that. But he did it was all set up. And then he was knocked off that position by of all people and Coulter is what it seems goes. Also, Rush Limbaugh, and Sean Hannity a combined effort, I think. Yeah. It was the, you know, I guess you'd call them the three horsemen of the apocalypse or something like that. But the thing is is that the. Undue attention to and the rapid response to you know, people like these who I guess Trump assumes represents his base. I don't think that's true. But what do I know there are certain? There are a lot. There's plenty that. I don't know. But what I do know is that if Trump had really cared about this as a national security issue that he felt was existential. He wouldn't just turn after that criticism came in. And there was no other external situation that had changed for that reaction. Talking to Brooklyn hosted managing editor of on the media from WNYC in New York, and she's with us here, and you can be with us as well. In fact, let me give the phone number.
"jeremy paxman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Most vulnerable point of entry is. Statistic. I didn't know if you're gonna use it. But I studied up on this, do, you know, where those four thousand people come they're captured the court, not always certainly the State Department says there hasn't been any terrorist found coming across. Land and it's spicy. It's all of the above the one thing that you're forgetting the most vulnerable point of entry that we have in this country is our southern border, and we have to protect it and the more. Across the southern border, Sarah, they're coming and they're being stopped. Well, there we have a pretty good example of work last film. But also many examples coming from Kristen Nielsen and also not only from Sarah Sanders, but the president himself that just don't square with the facts. So, you know, this was I think what's newsworthy about what Chris Wallace did is that it's newsworthy. Just it isn't we don't push back. The way the say the BBC does you know there? There are British Carson Wentz. Jeremy Paxman is a famous one who just literally ask the same question in real time fifteen times, Eric without editing. And so that you can see exactly how much is is being evaded when you directly go to it. Chris Wallace did a couple of rounds. She said the same thing about the most vulnerable point. And then talking about the fourth. I'm sorry. Sarah Sanders, and and Chris Wallace did. Go through that a couple of times. And the problem was that they only have a couple of times on Fox TV, but you could see her effort to just conflict four thousand most vulnerable point is the southern border four thousand the most vulnerable point is southern border to things that may or may not be true. But she's trying very hard to put them together. We've seen that sort of confession technique in other administrations and many many times. But here he wasn't winning or get away from it. That was big news, especially because it was FOX mean we've seen Jake tapper do similar things on CNN. It doesn't get quite the same play. But it was wonderfully satisfying to watch. Now, we can do real time fact checking on this because we pretty much know his points. We may not be able to get all of them. But you could get some of them, Jim. Jim fallow suggests may be doing ESPN style, scroll down the back. Jim Jim Fowler's of the Atlantic may be down the right or across the bottom. He even suggested may be a continuous oral commentary Isla MS T three K mystery science theater three thousand see the back heads of the correspondents literally talking back to the screen, which is what they do in their mock criticism of really bad science fiction films. One thing he is concerned about, but he says, it's still a good option. But it shouldn't be alone is the democratic political response of this is an overtly political discussion there should be an overtly political response that would be fair. His problem is an our problem is that these are just two political opinions and reasonable people disagreeing, we know just by dint of the unbelievable volume of lies. The president generates you know, on a minute by minute basis that this is going to be sheer fantasy land. And it's almost dignifying it by saying, it's a reasonable. He's you know, reasonable people can disagree argument. This is plagued the media's coverage of global warming for a long time. You put on one person who's paid by the oil company, and whose extreme outlier and have it have him suggest that there is a disagreement within the scientific community when there is not. So you've got the problem of perception there, but you can fix it with real time. Fact checking prior to that response. There's also the partisan you alluded to the whole partisan side of this issue. I mean, the president has said that the Democrats are blocking him the Democrats have said that the Democratic Party spokespeople. Who said this is immoral to build a wall? You've got a real divide and extraordinary divide here among different sides. And. Prisons, blaming the Democrats. The Democrats are blaming the president. So to have at least some response and some feedback from the other party would seem to be perfectly normal and in the plantings. Yeah, I completely agree with you. And by the way, there isn't just disagreement between the two parties the president himself disagrees with himself. He was perfectly willing to sign an agreement to keep the government open absent mention of the wall. You know, if this is of such deep national security importance, he probably wouldn't have agreed to that. But he did it was all set up. And then he was knocked off that position by of all people and Coulter is what it seems. Also, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity. Okay. A combined effort, I think. Yeah. It was the, you know, I guess you'd call them the three horsemen of the apocalypse or something like that. But the thing is is that the. Undue attention to and the rapid response to you know, people like these who I guess Trump assumes represents his base. I don't think that's true. But what do I know there are certain? There are a lot. There's plenty of that. I don't know. But what I do know is that if Trump had really cared about this as a national security issue that he felt was eggs essential. He wouldn't just turn after that criticism came in. And there was no other external situation that had changed for that reaction talking to Brooklyn nets host and managing editor of on the media from WNYC in New York, and she's with us here, and you can be with us as well. In fact, let me give the phone number.