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"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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Eric and his crew's exciting unlimited Are your homes, go to contractor here, Take your next step and check them out exciting unlimited dot com, Citing unlimited sighting in a whole lot more Jeff Wagner on W. G. M. J. Welcome back to the program. If you follow me on Twitter it's at Jack Wagner. 6 20. I thought I thought this was interesting. Sean Ono Lennon, who is the child of former Beatles, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, John Lennon? Interestingly head he not been murdered back in 1980, he would have been 80 years old. Last week's birthday was October 9th 1940, so he would have been 80 years old. Course some he died. It was murdered 40 years ago just that. That's one of those things where if you were around at the time you remember it was a Monday night they broke in to Monday night Football. Howard Cosell was doing that. You know, everybody remembers it anyways. Sean Ono Lennon is a musician in his own right. I never thought it would necessarily do this, but I just sent out a tweet featuring Sean Ono Lennon. Interestingly enough of all the people out there, he has decided to slap back at both political correctness and the Portland rioters. I mean, here's the deal couple days ago. Of course you had the rioters in Portland Monday was Columbus Day slash indigenous Peoples Day. Whatever you wanna call it. And you had some of the the perpetual rioters in Portland who decided that what they were going to do is they were going to vandalize a statue of Abraham Lincoln and also vandalized a statue ofthe Theodore Roosevelt. And the justification, apparently between vandalizing and destroying the Lincoln statue, and the Teddy Roosevelt statue was the idea that they were trying to. I don't know, Fight humanity's past wrong. This is you know that this is it's It's white privilege. And, yes, you know Abraham Lincoln? Yes, he was responsible for the Emancipation Proclamation and for freeing the slaves, But he didn't go far enough. And Teddy Roosevelt the same sort of thing. So anyhow, Sean Ono Lennon responding to the destruction of the Lincoln and the Roosevelt statues he sends out a tweet says Can somebody explain why it appears a Lincoln statue was toppled in Portland asking for a friend. Then he says the pyramids of Giza were made under coercion from evil pharaohs who were not very woke. I think we can all agree that the pyramid should be turned for a thorn down immediately since the invasion of Britain by the Emperor Julius Caesar Caesar in 55. BC Italy has remained deafeningly silent. I think it's time Italy was held accountable. Um, yeah, You know, it's that's it. So if you want to see the full tweets, you can follow me on Twitter. Is that Jeff Wagner 6 20, But it is kind of interesting. What? What about those pyramids? I mean, how are we allowing those pyramids that were built by the evil pharaoh? How are we allowing them to stay? And shouldn't we be turning and tearing them down as well? If we're going after the Lincoln or the Roosevelts statues? Sean Ono, Lennon. Adding some interesting wisdom to the political correctness debate. All right, I have I am on record yesterday during our W T M J 2021 discussion. One of the people we talked to was the wallet. Tosa police chief Barry Weber. I am a huge fan off of Chief Webber. I am also a huge fan of Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth. And during the David Beth interview yesterday. One of the things that he said was that the riots in Kenosha that led to millions of dollars in damage and 30 30 buildings being burned and all that destruction, he said, You know the first couple nights. It was based on the simple fact that law enforcement was outmanned. They were In a defensive position. They did not have enough support from from other agencies. There weren't enough national guards people they were defensive situation. They could not control the streets. And as a result, you saw what happened happened. Law enforcement agencies throughout this area throughout the state, maybe throughout the country, I think have learned from that and in Wauwatosa what they had been doing for literally months in anticipation of civil unrest. As a result, once the district attorney issued the Joseph MENSA decision, they they were prepared. They were not going to allow what happened in Wauwatosa. What happened to Kenosha to happen in Wauwatosa? So you had A massive police presence. Look, it is, I said before there's no secret in wall with Kosa, the D. A. John Chisum was never going to issue criminal charges against Officer Joseph Mintz. Itjust wasn't and I think part of that was because nobody seriously looks at the facts of that case. And believes that this is in a situation where you know reasonable force, which was used its if this isn't a situation where you have somebody shooting somebody else that's unarmed. Unfortunately, the young man had a gun. He brandished the gun. No jury in the world would have ever convicted Officer Joseph MENSA of misconduct, and that was pretty apparent all along. In addition, the other thing in wall with Tosa That is different than some of these other areas is, you don't have the over racial issue off. This is not a situation where you have a white police officer shooting Ah, on unarmed black man. For example, Officer MENSA is black, the victim of the shooting 17 year old was black. So you take that racial component out of there as well. So it's a little bit of a different story. But nevertheless, there has been a small and it is comparatively small but vocal group of people who had been pro testing in Wauwatosa. It was very clear that authorities were not going to allow wall with Tosa protests to get out of hand. And so you had you had a large police presence. You had a curfew that was put into place and you had the curfew that was enforced. You know that. It was a seven o'clock curfew, and the rule was Hey. After seven o'clock. No, we're going to tell people To disperse and.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"And Casey's gestured to the valley below aeneas looked down, and his eyes widened. He saw sparkling rivers, fields of white lillies, and rising from those fields was the most magnificent city he had ever seen. Great stonewalls towered into the heavens taller than even the walls of Troy at its base there was a great throng of people of every race and nation, all looking up at aeneas in admiration. Who are these people? What is this place aeneas asked. This is the city. Your children's children will build one day croaked old an Casey's and those are your descendants look among them, and you will see countless heroes yet to be born Romulus and remus Julius Caesar Caesar Augustus. They will conquer the Greeks. Yes, the one that burned troy will neal to the children of Trojans. Even now the waters of the Caspian Sea tremble at their approach. Aeneas took in his father's words shaken by the scope of it, all his destiny had been laid bare before him, and he could scarcely comprehend it, so he stood there, staring down at the valley until the Sybil called him. It was time to go. And, Casey's. s once more and gave these parting words. I brought you here, so you might know what you fight for and leave the past behind. Troy is gone. Look to Rome. Aeneas nodded and wiped the tears from his eyes. He turned and followed the Sybil upwards into blinding light. Aeneas left the Sybil at her cave and returned to his fleet. The men were overjoyed to see their leader and cheered when he gave the order to raise the sales. They had lingered long enough. As. They headed out into open water. A Patch of grey clouds menaced the horizon to the north. Aeneas fell asleep to the sound of distant thunder. Certain that Juneau's wrath was waiting for him. When he awoke the next morning, he was surprised to find clear blue skies, and not a cloud in sight. Lockheed seemed head smiled on the Trojans at last, but my sons insulation lasted only a moment in sorrowful voices. His crew informed him that the fleet's Best Helmsmen, an experienced sailor named Palo Nuris had fallen asleep during the night and tumbled overboard. Aeneas was surprised at the news. For Palino's had been one of his best. He was grieved to say goodbye to yet another comrade, but there was nothing to be done a strong northward wind board down on the fleet, filling their sales, and offering to spur them on their way, so they put grim thoughts behind them and continued up the coast without delay. I was glad that my son didn't know the role. I played in his affairs this time he would not have been pleased to see me drag his poor helmsmen into the deep, but one life for a fleet was cheap, and I paid it gladly. Sometimes, the old ways are.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on Mythology
"And Casey's gestured to the valley below aeneas looked down, and his eyes widened, he saw sparkling rivers, fields of white lillies, and rising from those fields was the most magnificent city he had ever seen. Great stonewalls towered into the heavens taller than even the walls of troy at its base was a great throng of people of every race and nation, all looking up at aeneas in admiration. Who are these people? What is this place aeneas asked. This is the city. Your children's children will build one day croaked old. An Casey's and those are your descendants look among them, and you will see countless heroes yet to be born Romulus and Remus Julius Caesar. Caesar Augustus. They will conquer the Greeks. Yes, the ones that burned troy will neal to the children of Trojans. Even now the waters of the Caspian seat tremble at their approach. Aeneas took in his father's words shaken by the scope of it all his destiny had been laid bare before him, and he could scarcely comprehend it, so he stood there staring down at the valley until the Sybil called him. It was time to go. And Casey's hugged aeneas once more and gave these parting words. I brought you here so you might know what you fight for and leave the past behind. Troy is gone. Look to Rome. Aeneas nodded and wiped the tears from his eyes. He turned and followed the Sybil upwards into blinding light. Aeneas left the Sybil at her cave and returned to his fleet. The men were overjoyed to see their leader cheered when he gave the order to raise the sales. They had lingered long enough. As they headed out into open water. A Patch of grey clouds menaced the horizon to the north. Aeneas fell asleep to the sound of distant thunder. Certain that Juneau's Raff was waiting for him. When he awoke the next morning, he was surprised to find clear blue skies, and not a cloud in sight. Luck it seemed had smiled on the Trojans at last, but my son's elation lasted only a moment in sorrowful is his crew informed him that the fleet's best helmsmen, an experienced sailor named Palo Nuris had fallen asleep during the night and tumbled overboard. Aeneas was surprised at the news. For Paula Norris had been one of his best. He was grieved to say goodbye. T at another comrade, but there was nothing to be done. A strong northward wind board down on the fleet, filling their sales, and offering to spur them on their way, so they put grim thoughts behind them and continued up the coast without delay. I was glad that my son didn't know the role. I played in his affairs this time. He would not have been pleased to see me. His poor helmsmen into the deep, but one life for a fleet was cheap and I paid it gladly. Sometimes the old ways.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"Now? This movie is going to be a flattering to. They wouldn't have happened if it weren't for the because they actually looked at the end of our movie to sell the SH series. They actually took that the final scene in flashpoint where he's running through the city and they actually took it to the head of the. Cw what we heard. And so you know I mean. There's nothing new. The comics get the ball first and animation kind of follows the comics and tweaks it and then live follows the cartoons tweaks it. We're just part of this whole thing. So hear. His thoughts on the live action series and movies wonder woman wonder woman is Great of the TV shows. I really dig flash Looking forward to black lightning What else looking forward to titans and I you know I can vibe on Gotham a little bit. It's not quite what I you know used to. But it's like they just threw Batman into a cuisinart instead Gumbo but it's cool it's cool. I mean all I can say is. We're in an era where there's multiple. Tv series live action. Multiple animated series multiple animated movies multiple. Live action. Movies. I mean what's not to love you if you don't like one thing there's always something else so I think it's a great time to be a DC van. There is more on the DC Animated Movie Universe celebrating ten years. Stay tuned as Batman. And you'RE LISTENING TO SCI-FI TALK. He talks about the characters that had been introduced in the films. But you know again with the continuity titles it's easier to introduce characters who wooden like we got bats woman in a movie you know. She's pretty off. The grid is scars general. Pub- public so I'd love to do more with that. Women's Vanessa's here. She's here but anyway. What about the new gods like dark side? He's in the horizon. I mean I. I don't know if he's GonNa be any of the live action stuff that we're definitely interested in and bring him back into our we start. A war with himself sees out their finger. Mantra also include other euros. Diversify the DC. When you Kinda came into what kind of lead you to toot. Well I mean you know. Everyone's was before is like you can't you can't you can. And when they said use of continuity. I'm like well that means we can do some world building that means we will have multiple movies to introduce characters and you know. I was coming up brave and the bold where nobody told me not to do anything so it just seemed. Natural for me is a van that that's what I wanted to see and I saw. Was you know if you're going to do a continuity why would you just keep doing? Batman and Justice League. If you could introduce you know. I just use them as a as a tool to get these other characters so seem seemed to no brainer. One of my favorites voiced by Jeffrey combs. The question will we see him again? I mean I've I've definitely pitched ideas to get into it. And there's there's lots of stuff going on with him as far as interest but no one's nothing's really landed yet but I'd love to stick him in a movie. Talented voice actor has voiced wonder woman and Black Canary. And She compares them boat and that is the talented. Vanessa Marshall and Young Justice. Canary was a teacher so she that's an interesting Area of her personality That I found interesting. Sort of like a mentor to the young superheroes Which was which was really cool and wonder what am I guess? She lives by example and teaches people through her actions but she's not necessarily coaching teens And obviously their superpowers are quite different. Hurt Canary Scream versus. He got the airplane. The Bracelets Lasso Celek going on with on ener general. Might what have you But In the sense that they're both Really strong female role models and and great iconic characters. They're pretty similar but the different nuances and of course what the stories focused on. I'm like I said for crisis onto words and flashpoint. It's a very different one woman woman so that was an interesting twist on her now. How do you approach the two versions of the same character? That's a great question. I suppose I just try and locate the best parts of my personality that apply to those qualities within the character and be within the circumstances That are presented within the script. And of course they're both quite different and just try to be as honest and focused and available Energetically as I can in the moment and hope for the best. Yeah but Yeah the because the stories are so different I think it's easier to differentiate them but Hera Wonder Woman Black Canary. They're all sort of in my natural voice range. So it's I rely on the specificity of acting choices to create the nuance that makes them sound different. Rather than affecting sound but the sound of it won't feel different. She attended to wonder woman. Premier and here are her thoughts on that movie. Oh she's amazing. What movie was crazy? Yeah I had so much fun. We actually in Los Angeles. We bought out an entire theater. It wasn't all girls it was all everybody was there. women whatever and We had a great time It was it was such a powerful room to be there to support that to see all the little girls or gosh an all all little girls. WanNa be wondering when for Halloween. I love that. She's worked on young justice and she talks about that role as wonder woman. Yeah writers they have all these cards all over. The walls like no spoilers but it is like a wallpaper of characters. There's so many I don't know how they keep it straight I thought game of thrones was hard. This is yeah young justice's really really complicated in a great way and how they managed to keep it together is I think it's GonNa be fun to see. The young justice fans have been so fantastic in. Oh Man we had so much fun. We all get together. We're all fans so you know we have these meet. Ups and At San Diego Comic Con. I think it was. I don't even know what your was your we could we go meet out in the back and hang out and sometimes they'll do screenings at a local diner in Los Angeles so the fact that the fans really made that happen it just shows you how close we are. And we're we were just beyond throats. Yeah so grateful and all the actors are in an urgent such kind people. No one's complicated. There are no divas. No no haters drama. James Greg is a writer producer on movies like Batman by gaslight flashpoint paradox and produce justice league action and the Green Lantern. The animated series. I mean I think we're going strong and you'd be there people ask. What are you almost out? And it's like no we're not out one. There's so many great stories that you already know that you want to see that. Hopefully we're going to get to what the other is evidently. Dc keeps making comics every single month. Something you know. Yeah and sometimes you know this is really good. And I'd like to see this as a movie and if you wait three and a half years that might happen. Which story lines could you not or would not do you know. Never say never. Because they're they're ones that we said we'd never do that. We're learning well. You know what happens? Is you think that graphic novel wasn't as good as I remember so I don't want to do it but then somebody comes with an idea. Take on it. That makes you go. Oh that would make it really cool and it would stay you know In faithful with the other. And he also talks about replacing. Alan Burnett that Allen it it should be a title like Caesar. Like Julius. Caesar Caesar Octavian was also Caesar and then you just past the town. So I'm Alan and then when I'm assassinated they'll pick a new album and they'll always be now you know and they will just go on in perpetuity so so for. This is your Allen's gone actor Jason o'meara brought his own style within the parameters of voicing. I think I think the the trilogy you know. Some Bama and Batman versus Robin and Batman. Bad Blood Was really where I got a chance to sort of make my own. The storyline got richer and You know we got a sense of what? This version of a Batman was and there aren't many movies that really serialize story like that because he's a movie it's not a TV show so it's like you know a real proper trilogy of animated features so If I had to pick a movie out of that trilogy I'd probably say son of Batman only because it was my first shot at a standalone Batman movie which is kind of a thrill with his name on the poster but at the same time I think that the I think the movie's got better. I think they got more entertaining. As they went along son Batman we were like establishing the World Batman versus Robin. We kinda like the empire strikes back of the trilogy but then by Mom Bod blood I thought was probably the most entertaining overall. You know having watched each one with a live audience. That was the feedback is like I don't know if I'm right or wrong but But because it was the first that was not my first time by in Batman but the first time on I probably the animated movies reached a new level. What it's I R. Rated feature the killing joke here is. Tara strong who voiced bat girl and she comments about controversial which some fans of these sex scene between bat girl and Batman. Killing joke is one of my most proud things I've worked on. I just love that film so much and I love all the emotional places we got to go with her and depart from the comic book. Looks exactly like the Comic Book and then the other stuff is just so interesting and you know some people got annoyed. I'm like well. They're not related. And she's a grown woman so she's making choices and I didn't think it was gratuitous. I just thought it was. I thought it's such a beautiful movie. So thank you for. The DC. Animated Movies have certainly increased the awareness and the interest and DC universe. You can say what you will about the movie universe but the animated universe has been very healthy because of these talented people that had been involved. And there're still more to come. Thanks for joining me. I'm Tony Tomato. Hi I'm George. Decay and I listened to sci-fi talk..
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Five five five four forty three seventy five your next update is at nine fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS TV sleep world six day forecast with Mary Lee in the KPIX five weather center another unseasonably mild a day today across the bay area in fact daytime highs a little bit warmer compared to yesterday so above average for this time of year upper sixties to near seventy degrees in late today mid sixties for the bay in about sixty degrees for the coast so looking at those high level clouds will go and mix of sun and clouds as we head through the rest of our day for tomorrow some changes will have more clouds streaming in because of a cut off low pressure system to our west just off shore and there is a slight chance to see a shower or sprinkle for the far south a little bit closer to that low as that low pressure system pushes inland it'll bring the rain to southern California and the desert southwest and again this far south bay could see a shower a little bit closer to that low late Friday and early Saturday after the rest of Saturday we're looking miles and then a little bit cooler on Sunday and plenty of sun into next week but no big weather systems over the next several days unfortunately we do need that rain traffic and weather together on the eight so on all news one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS starting February twenty she excuse play Julius Caesar Caesar declares himself to be as constant as the north star unfortunately for Caesar though the current north star Polaris.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Reports it's a medicine that is still banned in most workplaces and people can still lose their jobs over it any state lawmaker wants to change that California State Assembly member rob Bonta has introduced the cannabis worker protections act there are already laws in place that prevent employers from discriminating against workers based on their medical condition and it applies to all sorts of prescribe medicines including addictive opiates but it does not apply to medical cannabis so his bill would allow workers to be on their medicine at work but not to do it at work and he says this is not an excuse to get high does not apply to a recreational or don't use cannabis is only for that one Candice's use for medical reasons and there must be a recommendation from a licensed physician sixteen other states already have similar laws but Montana's colleagues have failed to pass it here in the past he's helping governor Newsome maybe the Trekkies I've been someone who has been supportive of of thoughtful and found Canada's policy in in California and named gold speak KCBS a San Francisco assemblyman has introduced a bill that would streamline the process for licensing cannabis retailers in cities and counties assemblyman Phil tangs bill would direct the bureau of Canada's control to create a model ordinance to help jurisdictions established well regulated cannabis retailers California has one retailer for every thirty five thousand adults while Oregon has one retailer for every fifty five hundred adults and Colorado has one retailer for every forty two hundred adults a study found that the in twenty eighteen illegal sales made eighty percent in California and bans against flavored tobacco products of often left out menthol KCBS is keep in counties has an double a C. leaders in the South Bay or organizing to change that the San Jose Silicon Valley and double ACP organized this educational event warning of the particular health risks posed by tobacco products to the African American community we have very high rates the use of tobacco in the community and says James St in health care for the local chapter menthol is a special concern is heavily marketed black community as also market at cheaper rates than other cigarette Nicole **** with the Santa Clara county public health department which also presented calls the mental exemptions in flavor tobacco bands unfinished business we're just trying to raise awareness to this gap and and health policy opponents meantime worry that such a ban would push mental sales to the illicit market leading to more policing of African American communities in San Jose keep Menconi KCBS you worry twenty six pues play Julius Caesar Caesar declares himself to be as constant as the north star fortunately for Caesar though the current north star Polaris turns out to be not very steady at all it's brightness can vary by quite a bit no star is completely steady even the sun's overall brightness changes by about a tenth of a percent.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"And the jailer. Valentine my love cure my daughter before somebody cut your head off alright so either way. It's a pretty cool story. Yes regardless of how the story began it all ends the same way Valentine. Ballantyne could not avoid the inevitable poor Valentine's but before he was taken to his truly gruesome death. Valentine always. He's being the sweetheart left jailer's daughter a farewell note. Legend has it. It was signed from Your Valentine and that is that's why we continue that tradition today. True Romantic shrew romantic. Valentine was beheaded on Feb fourteenth and because of his great service to love. Valentine was named a saint after his death. That's a fantastic story might be heading. It is a great legend. It's like true. Who Romance it really is? It is. Yeah it's pretty cooped pretty simply. It's a beautiful story. Yeah my sources for this legend Legend. Valentine our history dot com amber TENNECO DOT COM. Well so that's one theory. I want to hear your theory. You WanNa while it's not mine I it is yours you you wrote. You made this up but I have another theory and it's pretty interesting interesting so I am going to talk about a little festival you might have heard of it called Lupercalia. Uh No you've never heard of that. No Oh okay well then this is going to be a surprise. My sources are thought CO DOT COM. I'm an article called the Roman Festival of Lupercalia Okay so I just want to preface this by saying agent. Romans were kind of weird about. I'M ALEC INTO IT. I feel as an ancient Roman. I'm offended I'm briquets. Lieber Kalia sounds like lubrication no it's not there was. I don't think there's any lubrication involved in the festival. Okay other than like natural lubrication Asian But Lupercalia so ancient. Romans were kind of weird but I'm into it. The festival of Lupercalia is sometimes linked with the beginning of Valentine's Day. So it's going to get a little weird and and there's going to get a little more weird so just brace yourself I like it. Let's no I'm going to do like a back back story. See kind of understand the context where this is coming from. Let's start off with Romulus and Ramos. They were twins and Romulus was the first king and founder of Rome. Where all this takes place okay? So when they were born they were sent away by a jealous king because it said they were the next in line to the throne and as in ancient times often the next in line to the throne was either killed or sent away because the current ruler did not want to give up the throne as a myth goes. They were floating in a basket down a river and a she wolf found them them and took them to a cave where she suckled them. Okay right so this cave is called looper call okay and that is just like a quick version of the back story and it's only important in this moment because the festival took place in that cave. Okay so that's why I gave you a little history on the Cape 'cause it's kind of important and actually I was reading This cave was discovered by modern archaeologists in two thousand seven. How did they know that it was that exact cave? I'm I'm not exactly sure I didn't go down the rabbit hole per se but they did find it under a Gust Os's palace in Rome. It was like a big cavern underneath there anyways so this festival Lupercalia is assumed to have started around the same time as Rome which is seven fifty three BC and it went on for almost twelve hundred years if not more yeah until it was put to a stop by a pope by the name of Pope. Galicia's okay so there's three important words to remember. Oh okay so it's the test. Write this down at home it's Lukoil. which is the name of the cave? Okay it's a Lupercalia the name of the festival and the priests that performed this festival lubrication looper say okay. Okay so the it's it's very. It was confusing. I had to read it like seventeen times. I guess back in the day there were a lot of stories about babies being put in baskets for their own safety. Because that's those on the river down the river. That's the same. Store is the story of Moses from the Bible. Yeah it's kind of funny. Everyone Ha I guess that was a common practice is to put a baby in a basket incentive never so they would be killed by a jealous king. Yeah interesting yeah so so. Those are the three worst remember that are important in this story. There are two stages to this festival. The first stage was at the site where the twins Romulus and Remus were said to have been found being suckled by the she wolf was the loop recall cave. So they're priests called the looper. Cy sacrificed a goat and a dog on the loop raliess festival so they'd go into this Pacific Cave where there was an altar and they would the looper. Cy was sacrifice a goat and a dog dog shit intense and then they would have young men from prominent families kneeling on this altar. So then they would take take a big knife. Oh and they would dip the knife in to the blood of the sacrificial animals and then they would smear the blood on the foreheads of the men. Okay then they would take wool soaked with milk and wipe off the foreheads of these men kneeling and then the men would be required to laugh out loud. What how is that the weirdest part but I have no idea so they just you know they want to cry? They got wiped with the bloody knife. They just watch an animal all gets stabbed and they got the blood wiped on them then they got wiped with millwall and then they lulled what the fuck. This is so weird yes so then. The hide of the sacrificial animals was cut into strips and then they would dip those strips into through the blood of the sacrificial animals and then they would say those trips for later which I'm getting to just for. DIY's yes okay. So then they would use those strips after the necessary feasts and drinking so they basically went through this ritual then they a huge feast and they drink a ton of wine. I think you'd need a feast in wine after I would know this intense shit. I would need some wine after that or before that yeah and asselot Qalat okay. So then following the feast to the second stage of this festival began my God. It's dawn stage one. Yes okay okay. So now now with the men that were in the ritual. The ones that got their foreheads wiped with blood And the looper cy uh-huh so so the priest and the men at the ritual. They took those strips of animal. Hide or what they call thongs. Okay so then they a would strip naked album and would strip naked and they would run holding those strips okay. They'd run through the streets streets of Rome and whip anybody within arm's distance with those bloody thongs of goat flesh. What yes so well? I found a good time. I found my new Valentine's ritual. So Fuck Cassie what. I didn't make it up book. I don't even. I thought we decided you did. Make this ritual no not my ritual. Holy Shit Okay so pretty much. Nobody wants to be picked as the as the man who the ritual happened to like. Nobody wants fairy. Everybody wanted to be that guy they want to be. The person who's covered in blood is cleaned listening. Talk stripped naked and then ran through whipping people with bloody S. and I'm GonNa pull this little piece of information out of my brain guard mark. Anthony Anthony the Great Roman was one of these men really not mark Anthony. J.LO's ex-husband okay. No that's what you were thinking. Mark Antony Eh. The Great Roman Warrior was one of many. Yes he was and as a matter of fact during this ritual. He took a crown of gold and brought audited Julius Caesar and offered hit it to him at to be the king of Rome and this is the famous point in William Shakespeare's play. Julius Caesar Caesar where Caesar refuses the crown say what's the line. I will not have this crown now. I'm chill yeah. I'm good bro Anyways. So it happened during this festival that was based on Yes festival is intense tense is a lot. It's wildest book yeah so anyways so real. Prominent men did want to participate and they did participate in this festival. It was kind of a big deal so so much of a big deal is burgundy of festivals. It is said that women would line the streets in hopes to be hit with the bloody thongs. What is happening? Listen because if you were hit with the bloody thong it would lead to fertility ability. So this is a fertility festival. Oh my God they don't actually really know what kind of was included just spent a bunch of Masochists. Everything has utility back then. So that's probably why they think that right like every statue every prayer every thing was all about all about until they think like okay. Maybe this was a fertility ludi festival or maybe this was a festival in honor of Ramirez who was suckled by a wolf in this cave maybe it was but goats. Goats are associated with fertility in Like ancient Roman beliefs. You don't rabbits that would be the animal. I know seriously they wanted to be hit with these strips of goat. Hide a kiss right. It's not really known. Why I the guys were naked? I mean there was a heavy sexual undertone. Because it was fertility. Some say they were naked for speed. Ah But then also some of the information I found they actually wore goat. Skin loincloths to kind of you know. So Oh I can't imagine running naked with a penis as comfortable. I mean there's a sentence I never thought that I'd say on a recording so floppy I don't know how they walk around with those things I it's it's really seemed like a pain. It's a burden it seems like it. I couldn't do it. I tape it my take when people take down their nipples and they don't show you just tape your penis like yes. I would just tape it. I would just go vol- Kendall because knowing me I've just had like a raging boner like twenty twenty two hours of the day you would if you were a man you you would always have a bone I would. I would just okay so like I said the whole festival had a sexual undertone and in the beginning and the very a first year so this festival the women were encouraged to bare their bodies to be hit so they would be hit barrier and it would draw blood. These getting whipped with an go skins covered in blood. I bet that that didn't get infected at all. I'm yeah it was. It was totally stare this back then. People live to be twenty five. This is why things like this just getting whipped every day but it's social our now. I was reading a couple of things where it said like It was fertility but they didn't want these men holding the goat dongs to actually have sex with the women but it was supposed to the the drawing the blood and the whipping with the goat. thongs were supposed to symbolize belies. Penetration and fertility. Okay so I'm sure they probably had a big orgy afterwards. The whole entire town was that part three having. Yeah Yeah Yes oh sorry. According to my personal record okay part three is everybody just fucked everybody. What is the actual part three? There is no part there is no part three so you think they just fucked i. I'm assuming everybody just fucked. Everybody probably was fertility. Have you.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast
"For the first time I'm bringing us to Rome proper and we are at fourteen. Ad On the deathbed of Augusta's and it said that his last words words were and there are several interpretations from Latin but I think this is the best one in this dark comedy. We call life have I. I played my role. Well is a very interesting and controversial question although not entirely unexpected and in the case of Augustus when you consider when he came into public life had roughly eighteen or nineteen years old between what would be two major Roman civil wars in a very very short period and how he managed to accumulate power and bring consolidation peace peace and stability to the empire despite the fact the way he did that not corresponding with the best values and customs of Roman Republicanism and democracy accuracy. You have to imagine that the answer is yes. He did inasmuch as this episode is about Tiberius. You cannot understand Tiberius or any Roman emperor that follows Augusta's his without understanding how August this came to power how he ruled how he accumulated power and ultimately how he shaped the role role for every single emperor in perpetuity for the Roman Empire unto the end of Rome itself but before we go any further Patrick get something of a misnomer to call Octavian later Augusta's emperor. That's Kinda putting a modern conception on the role that didn't the existence at the time and he didn't call himself that in fact no one in that role called themselves at or referred to that in any way prior to to the beginning of the second century in fact they went by the moniker print caps which is translated as for citizen. You know basically communicating the concept disingenuous are otherwise as a first among equals in fact the term emperor is a Roman military moniker. You're which was imperative which was given to a celebrated and victorious Roman General. But ultimately that was not how how they understood that position at that time but Augusta's at now where I will for currently as Octavian was the longest serving person in that print caps Roldan later emperor remaining in power effectively parts of five decades and there was a very good reason in for this in fact for even as a young man at eighteen or nineteen years old throwing into the charnel house of High Roman politics. He understood politics and especially especially the politics of the time far better than most anybody else. Could I certainly better than his contemporary allies and rivals because in truth he was a master of politics and later. We'll see very clearly that Tiberius was anything but that but ultimately in our as he is concerned who exactly was octavian later. Augusta's Octavian was the great grand nephew of the Guy s Julius Caesar Caesar yes that Julius Caesar the guy. He's on the front of Fuel Protocols Holding smartphone right now no no that's the Roman emperor no one's ever heard rid of Caesar auto of Cool Sir. No no that's one for you. Star Trek Deep Space Nine fans in the audience seriously will put a image comparison later on in social social media and you'll see what we mean. It's the same Julius Caesar that notably crosses the Rubicon the same Julius Caesar that created the first so-called first triumvirate which is basically a gentlemen's agreement with no legality and it was a coup and he's the same Julius Caesar that was assassinated on the is the march. He's the One Who would stab by conspirator senators including the fame Bruce. Thank you very much William Shakespeare and it was also nearly bungled in fact. It was a total total mess. The senators were looking to return senatorial rule to the republic because after winning the first romance of a war Julius issues are ended up basically crowning himself dictator for life and they want to get away from that just like they wanted to get away from what was effectively poppy as the dictator before Julius Caesar but they had a really big problem when it came to taking out Julius Caesar they had no idea how the Roman Republic Lick would react to that because in truth. Julius Caesar was actually very very popular at the time especially among lower classes of Romans. I know the reason in in many many respects he'd had many reforms that included redistribution of wealth especially in terms of land in hard currency and on top of that Julius Caesar also had a very very strong indeed fanatically loyal military followings from the Legions Legion that alternately led him to power of course it wasn't enough to save him but it certainly was there and so now that he was dead had he had a final will and testament and most important part of a witch named his successor which was his great nephew Octavian and he had definitely had other children but none that were really particularly right bore dynastic rule in fact he even had a son with Cleopatra the seventh the same clear Patrick seventh it will go on to let's say intimately collaborate with Mark Antony in fact Cleopatra will also also in Rome during the ides of March one of Julius Caesar's villas but of course when he's assassinated she flees for very obvious reasons but when Octavian arrives on the Italian peninsula eighteen or nineteen years old and here's the news that Julius Caesar is dead and he's named his successor the very first thing we he does this and we talked about this last time. Patrick is as was his right as his also adopted son which made the succession far far more fluid at at least in Julius Caesar's is Octavian assumes the name Gayus Julius Caesar. Now that's really fascinating is incredibly ably politically adept because Octavian essentially recognizes the power that is adopted father now the late Julius Caesar still still holds with a large fortune in the room Roman public in addition to the fact that he knows there are most certainly is going to be animosity against those who conspired heard and successfully managed to stab him to death in addition to that Octavian gets a really really wonderful prize which is shortly after Julius Caesar is murdered. They actually make decree basically stating that Julius Caesar was divine. This is something that's going to happen a lot more later on when we're talking the print caps role and emperors who follow simply because it was usually a a sign of how popular a a print caps and later emperor when they died but they could be given it could also be taken away. It's very interesting but it's really really helpful Octavian because basically makes him not just the name successor of Julius Caesar but it also makes him the son and appointed air to a God and that is incredibly powerful politically and culturally in the empire which most certainly accepts that as something of extreme value so here we begin to see the very initial framework for how Octavian begins to create this Britain caps and later emperor emperor roll through these slow gradual highwire high power political machinations and in a sense he begins by creating this role is also changing Rome from the republic that it was to the emperor the empire the Roman Empire and and very much secretive one man dynastic rule that will end up taking it to the very end of its days but when we're talking about this and and Octavian is very much aware of this in Roman political parlance whether you're talking to a an everyday Roman on the street or you're talking to a Roman politician there is one four letter words you can never use. Do you know what that word is. King Yeah King. I'M GONNA be talking about once. You've you told your story. I'm definitely dove into the Romans monarchy because it's it's a fascinating little world himself out of and then got himself back into no don't is absolutely incredible and I look forward to that but following the murder of Caesar there was a credible political fallout between a a conspirator assassins and what would become known as the second triumvirate the second ver was a faction that consisted of Octavian Marcus Lapidus and once again mark entity into are vying for power they entered a military coalition and Struggle Against the conspirator hitter senators once again the most notable one being brutus their coalition against these conspirators conclude successfully at the battle of Philip by which today is roughly flee what we'd be considered in Modern Day Macedonia and upon the second triumvirate victory the three coalition leaders but the Roman world into effectively three military dictatorships Octavian gets Hispania and gets goal which is awfully fitting given all the Julius Caesar did to Conquer and tame aim goal Marcus Lapidus basically what gets with a call Roman Africa which is today the northern most coastal regions of Libya Libya and Tunisia runs from SARANAC almost slightly past Tunis and Mark Antony gets the east which is a really really big deal because he focuses his power in Egypt. You makes his cab his capital Alexandria which is where the power in Egypt had been under Ptolemaic rule and with Cleopatra the seventh and also includes a great deal of wealth so at that point in time. It really looks like of the three of them that Mark Antony is the initial winner here but clearly that's not the case or certainly will not remain as such so to shore up all of their gains all three of them undertake undertake what is called the proscriptions. The prescriptions are a very very nasty political purge where on their are extra legal authority. They basically on their orders. Get rid of any potential rivals that could theoretically oppose them again and in the future in fact this is how Cicero met his fate on the orders of Mark Antony yet as soon as this triumvirate is settled the three beginning fighting each other it was never a stable or realistic arrangement especially when you stop and think about it and the ambitions of alter cleared anyone who has is to see in a a compact explanation of complicated events Octavian using the military he's developed which in fact is mostly at least initially composed of so much of Julius Caesar fanatically loyal legions that brought him to power in addition to the fact he also inherited a a great deal of wealth from Julius Caesar so he's able to not just say she stay. She hit them with the booty of victory but he also has extremely deep pockets doc. It's as well and they're going to get deeper in fact but octavian the first one to move on the other two because he figures that as soon as they find it practicable and they get their their first with a blood. They're gonNA turn on him. You Know How could you think otherwise right octavian defeats Lepres and most notably defeated Mark Antony and Cleopatra at the famous Masui battle at axiom after which Antony falls on his sword when they retreat committing suicide and Cleopatra the seventh legendarily poisons herself with a snake bite it effectively ends the Ptolemaic rule of Egypt which had been going on since pretty much the death of Alexander the Great about three hundred or so years prior to this point a little less than that in fact and it formally brings Egypt into the Roman Empire and in doing so it accumulates so so much of the wealth that was any gyp it was clearly being mismanaged by Ptolemaic rulers at that point in time and it also has an incredibly audibly advantageous geopolitical location especially when you consider that it's going to be one of the bread basket of the empire and there are great economic links especially by sea for trade between Egypt and India of course would be very much in a way to aggrandize end enrich the Roman empire -at's yeah that that's just show the power or KVM because Egypt two way empire on the longest lasting empires on the.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"In ourselves within ourselves but in ourselves that we are underlings there we are underlings. Julius Caesar Caesar. as we all know. mmhm mark your next with how we Kerr and grace at the big in west Springfield. thank you very much how we my comment is about the fake Indian disastrous interview the other day where he couldn't admit her European Medicare for all will force people to pay more taxes how we do your dirty secret that the dams in the steak media will not admit it people will be forced to wait for get care in hospitals like our vets who died by the hundreds until president trump. the the eight my mother in law. was in severe pain for over a year how we she had to wait to get a hip operation there is a reason people from Canada and and your here. I know you you know is as bad as it is to have to pay more for healthcare under the. fake in the end it Bernie Sanders Medicare for all planned camallo Harris you would not only be paying a lot more but you would be getting a lot worse health care like you said they they be rather than have to ration healthcare hi there how could they how could they give thirty million illegal aliens in the country health care that I could be more doctors that I could be more nurses that I could be more emergency rooms but you're gonna have all these extra people coming in Hey guess what they're going to be coming in every day because it's free. how we my point is and please pass this on to the Republicans for messaging people are going to be forced to wait in pain. like in Europe they will be forced to wait my wife. dance had cancer half a year she had to wait before being admitted to a hospital. yeah if I if you you know it's it's really easy now to read the British newspapers now that their online and.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast
"Gosh you know I was a single parent for ten years and I think I spent a lot of time just raising my kids and cleaning up and going to the store and making meals. I think that kind of took over my life in a lot of ways the social group is well. I probably every weekend. Have something going on so that basically you. I'd say we're my hobbies very nice. Earn is who who do you consider a hero. You know I gotTa put my dad add up there. He's just at the top he was a tremendous still is hard worker. He always did what was right for the family and put the family first and I really really admire that. So what did he do for a limit well. This is a great story. I'm going to give you he started out as a quality control manager and <hes> he was rejecting parts so the company he worked backwards his whole life. The company whose party was rejected hired him to run their manufacturing any factor in operation when that company couldn't make the parts he would start going backwards to the <unk> you know running the job and then his machines would break down you come on Saturday and fix them. They worked his way all the way backwards to becoming a maintenance man so ultimately that's what he did but when they had a job that was really hard to run. They've bring him up to run the job so very nice very nice. So if you had all the money in the world would you be doing you know I don't know if he put as I would be doing but I just have more money than I need so I think I would try to raise the standard of living in Third World countries. I think I'd go build schools. I'd build you know medical facilities food. You know just help all those people what is at two thirds of the world's population live in poverty poverty or some kind just all the money in the world would help those people a lot and I never thought the I would run from Miss America but it seems like a Miss America answer. That's what I really do. We've got a great in the United States. What else do I need to hear right right and you're wearing the sash so that's all I wanna do was feed the starving children so who's your favorite person in history? Oh Gosh you know what that one. I don't know if I have I watch a lot of documentaries but it seems like people that are Julius Caesar Caesar or someone else and I'm not sure going around and killing a bunch of people as reason to be admired. I don't care if you did build an empire so I'm going to have to go back and research that one I don't. I don't know if I've got somebody yeah yeah you you begin to realize how brutal some our history has been. Yeah and it's been a romanticized <hes> so I'm not sure I'm on board with these people right right. I mean the these are definitely not people with our same kind of standards and <hes> AH mores at throw something out. I'd probably be the guy who left the bread on his counter that went moldy and then venting penicillin penicillin Scud as Barbara says happy accidents. That's right. That's right so what's your ideal of success. You know for me. Personal success in the business is really just having enough money to to make a living you know pay for what I need my expenses and helping people along the way so long as I don't ruin anyone's retirement which I haven't done yet you know help them along the way I think that's a that's a successful career baroness vernice up. What's the thing you recommend the most to your clients? Science family or friends I mean it doesn't have to be you know not an investment or anything like that. But what would you recommend. I guess it depends on who were breaking these classifications down to you know if we're talking about family. I you know my kids and young people today. I would say learn a skill doesn't matter what it is it's welding or how to fall trees or what it is learn skill and that's what I think <hes> like his lacking direction in these days that will get you to a higher wage which will get to you to all the financial things that you need friends. I try not to tell them what to do. They're grownups. We go out have a good time. Clients have patience unlearn so much of what you've been taught about investing when things go down. That's not necessarily bad. That's opportunity so that would be the probably the hardest thing for them to do now can you can you and tell us something that people don't don't don't probably know about you so I've got something I found that people don't realize apparently I've overcome this so well but I am really shy. I am one of those socially awkward people it just does not like being in a crowded room full of people and just can't wait to get out of there but but yet you've done a hundred different events with a good actually grown up to seven hundred exactly. I figured if I'm going to break myself with these problems. uh-huh what's the best way other than to do seminars presentations in front of people speak in front of people run Social Group. You know and I'd say most of the time it's still hard for me but everyone around me. Everyone yeah. I know seems to think I'm just outgoing Darius so I'll I'll take that will will you hide it very well. Thanks do you have do you have a mantra or Amado or something you say to yourself to Kinda. Just keep you focused focused on track. You know I have not found one. I feel like every day I wake up with a sense of urgency that I'm just hardwired for and I don't know where that came from because that didn't have it when I was young but now that I'm older maybe it's self employed for twenty five years where you realize as I've heard it before every day you wake up unemployed so you just gotTa pick yourself up by your own bootstraps and stay focused and make sure you've always got got something on your to do list. Just keep you moving so keep moving. It sounds like don't don't get complacent for sure okay now. I have a mattress. Thanks my mattress. Keep moving so what what's your proudest achievement. You know I gotta say the business and this might sound like a cop out but I have I failed for years in this business add to the point where the first office terminated me because I simply didn't go out and sell enough stuff and I thought I really want to do this job and I persisted in persisted until I got good at it and something a lot of people just don't do and I look back on. It and I could have quit many many times and I never did so. I learned something about myself and that's a I have a lot more resiliency than I than I ever knew. I had so keep moving and I think we come to that yeah. Just just keep moving and dead good things happen so as we wrap up our time mm together. We've got our whole our audience here but would you like to tell them holy cow. That's a good question. I wasn't prepared for that one. Yeah I left that completely blink okay anyway but but the short story as what you know financial advice simply spend less than you make always put some money away look for opportunity think like an entrepreneur. What can you can create instead of consume spend more time creating <hes>? What do you think that think like an entrepreneur? Can you expound on that. What does that look like for? That's difficult if you haven't been an entrepreneur. It's really I think just thinking for yourself in A. A lot of ways like what are the opportunities open your eyes to what again can you create as opposed to consume where so many people just W.. Two employees and my job is to just show up everyday and do what I'm told. The entrepreneur thinks what can why do today. What do I have to do today? Or what do I want to do today. So it's more of a proactive way of living. I like to say I'm a salmon. I swim upstream all the time as opposed to being a jellyfish where you just go where the current takes. You and I think that might be more the entrepreneurial Spirit Mary Nice keep moving. Keep apparently that but that is my thing well perfect will as as we wrap up anything else you WANNA share. I don't know you guys have day always try to enjoy life and make every day the best day that you can and you'll be successful at whatever you WanNa do perfect what Michael I really appreciate you taking the time this morning to sit down with us. Learn a little bit about it's you and share your story with with our listeners. Well thank you for listening. They Michael Thank. You and I want to thank you for something else to be in charge of a meet up all right that is fantastic. I think it's a fantastic organization. I actually quick story. I as a business coach I was working with an adviser that out of Chicago that he was working seventy hours a week easily and one of his life goals was to eventually you know have a family at some point and we had to come to the conclusion that you're not meeting people right. You're not meeting people. You're working seventy eighty hours a week and so I as a coach I just said okay years your choices. Let's take a look and we found some meat up stuff and really outside of his comfort zone and I know that meet up as not a dating site. It's not a dating situation but you're just going out meeting. People that have the same interests as you and that usually you can make pretty good friends that way long story short for years later <hes> coaching them through everything and now he's married and he's very happy he started kickball tune them which again you know another part of Amita organization and <hes> I mean I'm not sure how the sash interior work for you when you go to meet up things but I didn't recommend that to him. Necessarily I find that this Asan tear attract a lot of people people deathly Nice. It's definitely nice. I wear my best tomorrow and royal your jobs. Take pictures and Lincoln to this podcast or maybe not. I think it's to write a new dress code for the office. That's exactly what you're the rest of your day is filled with that specifically. Just remember you can't use his name directly as as you know Michael Angelus exactly yeah please don't all right guys. Thank thank you so much. This is a great podcast and I know the audience appreciates it Michael if they want to. You know if somebody in the audience is just kind of connecting with you not necessarily on me but they want to connect with you. How do they reach out to you at the office? You know maybe just the website. I'm sure that's W._W._w.. V._w. p._F._A.. Dot Com Oregon Pacific financers financial advisers and <hes> just send us a message sounds good and royal. Thanks for having my mind pleasure and good detach chat with Eric thinks actual yes and thank you. I'll Yup..
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on WJR 760
"And I just got totally confused. At one count. There were sixty six pages. And you're talking to a guy who looks at that. And I may as well be looking at a map of something that I just don't understand in another country. Anyway, I know this is an important day because you told me and I heard dick Hafner in WJR news talk about some discussions today about social studies in our schools. Can you just can't a wrap up? What's happening? And then tell us what your concerns are. I I I'll thank you for having me on the show. I promise not the bird your listeners sixty six pages of the tail and I really appreciate the opportunity are the bottom line is that we have been in the state of Michigan trying to revise social study standards are K through twelve social studies standards concludes economics world history American history civics and geography for several years today. Day at the state board of education, a another draft is going before them for consideration. And you're on the the Michigan department of education task force. Exactly. There's a task force that's been established to help try to drive this process home. They used to be a focus group and before that there was another process, but it's been a long evolving process and the set of standards that that are being presented today. I really didn't wasn't because the way the process work wasn't able to look at all the proposed standards until just about week ago. And as I was reading them it struck me that they were very problematic for a number of reasons. One some very important what I consider to be indispensable people that our students must learn about through the K through twelve system. You're talking historical figures historical figures people like Socrates Plato. Aristotle. Abraham Julius Caesar Caesar. Alexander the great Athens Sparta, Moses, Buddha, Jesus Confucius Mahamat Columbus. None of these are. None of these are included in our kids education today. None of them are required to be taught in the new standards. It might be listed as an example. But they can't test on the examples. They'll let you test on the actual standard. And so it is completely passable that there's a longer less just not me. And that's okay because Martin Luther Martin Luther King junior FDR Stalin, Hitler, Lenin. Right. So so these people may that the you can't tunnels people. And we know that the whole point of this exercise is to ensure that the captain is taught so it can be tested. So we get those that's one they'd probably be huge historical. Abraham. Probably the most important person in history. She think about it. Totally excluded. So it's it's a serious problem. That's just one thing. Another thing is that the standards are very floppy internally. So I was a subcommittee that I was on which is Pacific subcommittee. We spent a lot of time defining terms trying to bring precision because this is for teachers they understand what they're supposed to teach. And what they did is they threw all the definitions out a whole bunch of terms across the document just gotta be confusing for teachers. And so for example, we we had suggested they use the terms democratic values and constitute principles, and they came back with and those are both be capitalized. So they came back with democratic Cassius principles capitalized. And then they added principal basic values principles values and principles American democracy, ideas about government ideas, so south of origins ideals corridor it goes on. So it's it's it's it's a mishmash of of terms. So they omitted taxation without representation, they've omitted constitutional amendment and constitution convention process. They've omitted a whole bunch of stuff. In fact, well, this is not a shock. The standards are biased by highlighting the progressive movement and censoring the conservative movement. That's one of the reasons that liberals want sixteen-year-olds vote because they know the sixteen year olds haven't been taught any of this stuff that might lean them toward conservatism. I won't comment on the sixteen year overseas eighteen-year-old because that's not in the standards. But there was a draft last year which included some conservative movement recognition and that basically got stripped out. So Ronald Reagan stripped out, the the conservative move in a stripped out, and then they took the progress. Of movement. This is the progressive movement in the nineteen twenties thirties, and they added a whole slew contact. So for example, there as one particular woman who is part of the suffragette and and Mt smooth her last name was cat. She was so important. They busted her twice Carrie Chapman cap, but they admitted Martin Luther King junior and James mantha. Just just ridiculous frankly now tampering today or it begins today, and what can we do as as tax paying citizens that are underwriting this education? So there is a Kurt schedule is that they will be presented to the board state board of education in Lansing today at about eleven o'clock eleven fifteen they will there will be some kind of presentation than his public Hammett after live which I assume around one thirty. But you know, the the best thing to do. Is to call it department facts the department of what nine-under standing in. Of course, the board can do. Whatever was my understanding is that the board will send it out for additional public habit. And that they will be presentations at different locations, or there may be an ally way to to submit comment that right now, I don't know what any of that is because part of this process is they they keep holding back information and their plans or. I looked it up. We didn't have a schedule for these kinds of meetings or how the online, and you have said that in the Michigan department of education in the task force. They've been working on improving Michigan's K through twelve social studies standards, but there's room for more improvement. So appreciate that check back with us when you know, more about what they're deciding to do judge Michael Warren, the Michigan department of education task force. Thank you your honor. We appreciate it. Thank you. God bless you. And God bless America. Six twenty four. In the American role is calling. What's it gonna.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"McMahon. I don't even know who Michael McMahon is missing man is a wrestling promoter in about to be a football entrepreneur. Well, my name is not Vince. But it's Paul and we will be here for the next four hours and change taking your calls at eight five five four two seven two eight five we'll talk a little bit about the situation in Baton Rouge. And again there there is no way to sugarcoat how ugly that scene was on Saturday night, which should have been the greatest moment in recent LSU history. You had fans ganging up on the athlete director who really virtually had no role in anything other than being a steward of that program. Which is beleaguered right now with two players currently out. They may be back. We'll talk to Scott rabble about that head coach most do not expect to return and fans took out there and. Anger on Jo alita. We'll talk all about that. In the coming hours. Let's grab Harry in New Orleans. I up on a Monday good afternoon. Call skews throat, but I had to get into the three share. You take him a call. You bet with all the negatives. Spotting was the absence of Zion on the Alabama basketball declined the Tennessee, dip and all the only one way we can describe all this fall. I'm not agree with me, but to wear the ides of March. Yeah, the odds marcher coming in four days, and that's day that especially if you Julius Caesar Caesar still alive he may well be if you're Avery Johnson. You'd better beware of the ides of March too. Because you mentioned him, Harry, and it was on a program earlier today in Birmingham in the fans there on happy. There's virtually they're indifferent toward him. There's some thought that Greg burn the athletic director is under a little bit of pressure to make decision one way or the other. Meanwhile, they play against ole miss on Thursday afternoon and loss will easily eliminate them from the NCAA tournament and a win may not guarantee it so the crimson tide which was in the tournament a couple of weeks ago now. Has spiraled out of control under Avery Johnson. The once very popular coach whose popularity has vaporized. Well, I'm looking forward to Brent Musburger ball. And you have a good show today poll. Great to have you on. Thank you very much. Ronald is in Kentucky and your next up. Hey ronald. Then Martin all good afternoon. Ron always great to hear from you. How are you? My man. Well, I'm doing along fairly way or had cataract surgery. But that went, okay. Well of all the things you've told me that may be the only thing I've been able to personally relate to it's not it's not fun. But it's better than some of the other things you've been going through and. Harrow? How do you way the significance of Travis in the success of Kentucky and SEC tournament? Paul. I think I think they could probably win the SEC without him. I don't think they can win the the the big title without him though. You know, he is so simple to that team. Yeah. And it's I sure hope becomes round hopefully, it'll be ready with SEC tournament. But I'm pretty sure that the coach is not gonna play unless he's absolutely convinced that he's okay..
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"Anything was written at the time that it was especially if there's only that one copy that survived. So lots of stork figures are difficult to trace down. Now when you look at the rate of heirs they get introduced into texts, and if you have a large enough body of them for particular region, you can there are schools of scribes, basically where you can there's an expected rate of error rate for that area was scribes in that area that's going to be different than in other areas. So like scribes in Alexandria had a much lower air rate than scribes in buys Antietam. How do we know that because of there's enough Tex copies and manuscripts from these areas that they're able to. Compared directly with each other to each other. And they've found that the. There's a lot of stuff you can do like that. It's it's a whole field of study called textual criticism. That is really complicated. I think it's funny. That's what she just likes to watch you squirm. Well, there's a there's a good way of doing that. Experts in that field. And so the the main point here, though, is as you you get the rate of eyars, and you can look at the manuscripts. You can date them back to at least a decade that there are probably written in like with biblical manuscripts. They can date pretty accurately. John to about one twenty CE day can date the. They can date Mark pre well to about seventy CE Lucan Matthew to around eighty or ninety that's pretty solid evidence of that. Now, conservative Christian, quote scholars. Go with the traditional views over the academic view on dates, so they would put everything much earlier, especially John, right? Were they also put people with dinosaurs? I mean, yeah, they were get Jesus on a terror attack. Nobody would put dinosaurs in Jesus story. But we don't know. Have to have it. Good okay school. But then there's gonna be some weirdo. Scholars. Comes comes out with something because he's like this has never been real. So obviously. So there are historical figures that there is really good evidence that they did actually exist. Abraham lincoln. Mark Twain, if we're going to with recently. Right. Plato Aristotle aren't and Homer aren't even some of the better examples because they're old enough. What walks dant textile about them as I said them. Like, Julius Caesar Caesar Augustus. We can say with a very high Orion August. Yeah. The people that those Munster named after did exist. I am cracking Aaron so hard. This is so funny. I would put the Caesars in the historical category as they are definitely historical figures. Yeah. Then there are legendary figures where there are text written about them that we have copies of from not. A couple of generations after the person would have lived in a generation or two in some cases. And there's enough evidence that there might have been a person, but it's not necessarily hit not the person that we think it is. But pretty definitely not that person would not have been how he's described in the tax good examples would be King, Arthur and Robin Hood. Yeah. Arthur was a dick. And then there are mythical figures that nobody thinks there's any chance that there was an actual real person might Merlin Loch Ness monster. I was gonna say on that person though, I was going go, Hercules. Oh, yeah. He's no evidence of Zeus, but plenty of evidence of keys trying to have sex with humans, hockey's, Gaither horrible. Yeah. They are days in Susa totally be geese to get his Goosen. So realistically, though..
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And just listen to me i'm the bill that's right township thank you thanks everybody july this week of course commemorating that day two hundred and forty two years ago when a new country decided to try the radical experiment of self government and you know to their credit it worked for a while remember they also thought diseases were caused by witches nonetheless we're out celebrating with everybody else this week so we thought we share some firecrackers from some recent shows let's start with someone famous for being impolite comedian eddie izzard he joined us in june of last year crazy crazy audience yeah whether or not they're crazy i really enjoyed reading your book but it was a little bit surprising because unlike most comedians certainly most extraordinarily successful comedians you don't describe yourself as being very funny growing up was that true no i don't funny growing up i'm also i think maybe people are and if you get to a point where you're interesting you just put layers of interesting this over the boeing but no funny until i was sixteen seventeen that's what i actively trying to be funny yeah because you love things like math in sports and stuff yes will comedy is very mathematical it's like mathematical equation really so is that is that how you develop your comedy with that kind of kind of with the computer and it just chance there you go i've tried not to think about it and it sort of comes at mustard comes out really so you telling me that you walk on stage and you're only you're not quite sure what you're going to say i would say that but only in a conversation i do know the show that i'm going to do and i know i know the main ridge the freeways that you would say the interstate highways of my of my comedy but then i will go off on side roads visit villages hey sign says and gab shop you know whatever let go visit that visit that in my brain is nothing funny that i come back onto the highway and i'm like yeah i can i can i can sort of see that believe me eddie i just want to say that if you having done and i've seen you do your act in two languages and and you've done it in so many more and all around the world if your considered not interesting do you know how high you put the bar for the rest of us obedient like what are we supposed to do i remember watching you do do an act about the aristocrats in england who spoke french back in the in the middle ages or something like that and all i could think while you were saying i wonder if this is true everything i say is true but i i must say that interesting this was when i was a child when i was born i was not interesting i bake your baby's that interesting to the baby stuff i put layers of interesting over my boringness so i now look fabulous interest and you you're in bishen and you've done it was to perform stand up comedy in another language wasn't my that was one of my emissions like maybe when your teenager you always say i to be a fireman or beekeeper all the mood and old played banja we always had a few things on the boil but i'm just so intimidated by the idea of not only trying to speak a foreign language and be understood but to be funny in it much easier than you think he'd come lots of lots of hard work but he's not rocket science you don't have to invent moon at trajectory reentry dock and that kind of stuff like that nasa had to do all you have to do this example i have this joke in english which is about julius caesar caesar to the everything that he would end up as a salad that gets allowed in english on salad infringe esculent jabbing you imagine a on on salad again the love comes in the same place now in german the goes at the end of the sentence because it's positive but it still gets a laugh they still love saying everyone gets it huma inhuman all right that's amazing i in all of your confidence and your linguistic skill but how do you know they have caesar salads in germany i check i showed up let me ask you about one more thing before we get to our game is that you.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thank you everybody july day two hundred and forty two years ago when a new country decided to try the radical experiment of self government and you know to their credit it worked for a while remember they also thought diseases were caused by witches nonetheless we're out celebrating with everybody else this week so we thought we'd share some firecrackers from some recent shows let's start with someone famous for being impolite comedian eddie izzard he joined us in june of last year crazy crazy audience yeah whether or not they're crazy i really enjoyed reading your book but it was a little bit surprising because unlike most comedian certainly most extraordinarily successful comedians you don't describe yourself as being very funny growing up was that true no i don't funny growing up i'm also i think be boring maybe opie blah and if you get to a point where you're interesting you've just put layers of interesting this over the boeing but until i was sixteen seventeen that's what i actively trying to be funny and cloud yeah because you love things like math in sports and stuff yes we'll kill comedy is he's like mathematical quesion coming really is that how you develop your comedy with that kind of the kind of scientific down with the computer and it just turns out there you go i try not to think about it and it sort of comes it comes out really so you telling me that you walk on stage and you're only you're not quite sure what you're going to say i would say that but only in a conversation where i do know the show that i'm going to do and i know i know the main was the freeways that you would say the interstate highways of my of my comedy but then i will go on side roads villages hey the sign says bar mitzvah and kip app shop let's go visit that i'm like oh my brain is nothing funny that i come back onto the highway yeah i can i can i can sort of see that believe me i just want to say that if you having done and i've seen you do your act in two languages and you've done it in so many more and all around the world if your considered not interesting do you know how high you put the bar for the rest of the bedia like what are we supposed to do i remember watching you do an act about the aristocrats in england who spoke french back in in the middle ages or something like that and all i could think while you were saying i wonder if this is true nearly everything i say is true but i i must say that interesting this was when i was a child when i was born i was not interesting i bake your baby's that interesting to the baby stuff i put layers of interesting that's over my boringness so i now look fantabulous interest so you're in bishen and you've done it was to perform stand up comedy in another language wasn't my that was one of my teenager you always say i want to be a fireman or big people go to the moon play banja we always had a few things on the boil but i'm just so intimidated by the idea of not only trying to speak a foreign language and be understood but to be funny in it much easier than you take a lot of lot of hard work but he's not rocket science you don't have to invent moon at trajectory reentry docking and all that kind of stuff like that had to do all you have to do this example i have this joke in english which is about julius caesar caesar the everything that he would end up as a salad that gets a laugh in english on salad infringe stays imagination on jewish feeding on satellite again the comes in the same place now in german the verb goes to the end of the senate because his pastimes but it still gets a laugh they still love same play everyone gets it huma is human all right that's amazing in awe of your confidence and your linguistic skill but how do you know they have caesar salads in germany i check i showed up let me ask you about one more thing before we get to our game is that you call yourself in your.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Thank you thank you july commemorating that day two hundred and forty two years ago when a new country decided to try the radical experiment of self government and you know to their credit it worked for a while remember they also thought diseases were caused by witches nonetheless we're out celebrating with everybody else this week so we thought we'd share some firecrackers from some recent shows let's start with someone famous for being impolite comedian eddie izzard he joined us in june of last year crazy crazy audience yeah whether or not they're crazy i really enjoyed reading your book but it was a little bit surprising because unlike most comedians certainly most extraordinarily successful comedians you describe yourself as being very funny growing up was that true don't funny growing up i'm also i think i'm not be boring maybe people are and if you point where you're interesting you've just put layers of interesting this over the boeing but no i wasn't funny until i was sixteen seventeen that's what i actively trying to be funny yeah because you loved things like math in sports and stuff yes we'll comedy mathematical it's like mathematical equation really so is that is that how you develop your comedy with that kind of kind of down with a computer and it just turns out there you go i tried not to think about any sort of comes at moisture comes out really so you telling me that you walk on stage and you're only you're not quite sure what you're going to say i would say that but only in a conversation well i do know the show that i'm going to do and i know i know the main ridge the freeways that you would say the interstate highways of my of my day but then i will go off on side roads visited villages hey the sign says and kip apps shop let's go visit that my brain is nothing funny that i come back onto the highway like yeah i can i can i can sort of see that believe me any i just want to say that if you having done and i've seen you do your act in two languages and and you've done it in so many more and all around the world if you're considered not interesting do you know how high you put the bar for the rest of us obedient like what are we supposed to do i remember watching you do an do an act about the aristocrats in england who spoke french back in the in the middle ages or something like that and all i could think while you were saying i wonder if this is true nearly everything i say is true but i must say that the interesting this was when i was a child when i was born i was not interesting i very few babies are that interesting to the baby stuff i put layers of interesting over my boringness so i now look interesting so you're embiid and you've done it was to perform stand up comedy in another language wasn't my that was one of my emissions remember when your teenager you always say i wanna be a fireman or a beekeeper all the mood and old played banjo we always had a few things on the boil but i'm just so intimidated by the idea of not only trying to speak a foreign language and be understood but to be funny in it much easier than you think he'd come lot of and of hard work but he's not rocket science you don't have to invent moon orbit trajectory reentry dock and that kind of stuff like that all you have to do this example i have this joke in english which is about julius caesar caesar to the everything that would end up as a salad that gets laugh in english on salad in french imagine a jury on salad again the love comes in the same place now in german the verb goes to the end of the sentence because his pastimes but it still gets they still up same play everyone gets it huma is human all right that's amazing in all of your confidence and your linguistic skill but how do you know they have caesar salads in germany i check i showed up let me ask you about one more thing before we get to our game is that you call yourself and your book an action transvestite tell me what that means well twenty six twenty seven mountains in twenty seven days nelson mandela and the guys before the game so that's the action part of it and the south expatriate it is you've mentioned.
"julius caesar caesar" Discussed on WCTC
"Eight seven seven three six seven two five two six that's eight seven seven three six seven two five two six call in were currently discussing this play julius caesar where trump is the julius caesar caesar character and of course at the end of the play he is killed however the overall narrative of the play is that that just creates another power vacuum and leads to a political fight for power that inevitably is often times worse than the individual who currently has the power so let's take a phone call here let's go to charlotte in chicago thanks for calling charlotte hey bad how the guy and i'm glad i know you how you doing i'm good how are you are you're done i don't buy pick up okay i think i think i tell you doing great thing so i'm confident he i think well documented when it comes to your account that meant by the way i think the hypocrisy of bulk died pretty well documented right let you can't pick and here which amendment you like in which twenty diving at you can keep it tight lipped out you don't get the acute breda we have and what frieda readout hat and it doesn't matter what your opinion on added that it would it not hit your on i i grew up in countries where we don't have any they didn't you know not we but i'm going back and get it and i grew up a receipt either hundred where the people that are probably china thailand you don't have the freedom that we have here are you even if something bad about come on in your looking over here again or you can end up in jail for your entire life earn a work camp or something equally aha i just think it when you don't.