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Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 3 d ago

Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

"Will Rashida Tlaib? It was a very questionable individual. She believes we need to end federal prisons and open up all the jails and the criminals. This is now a stated policy position of the Democrat party. Now you might say, how could anyone possibly believe this? Will you see if you do not believe? That people are naturally inclined towards doing evil? Then you have to explain it away. And Rashida Tlaib believes that prisons are the reason why people do bad things. Again, you must go to college to believe such things as play cut 20. Yeah, again, I think that everyone's like, oh my God, we just release everybody. This one's. But did you see how many people are mentally ill that are in prison right now? No, I know, but the act that you don't actually release everyone, human traffic is. Oh, I know. Child sex that are mentally ill that have substance abuse problems. Why are you asking me about them? You're asking me about the traffickers trying to understand your proposal is sort of sweeping. It does release everyone. What? So sometimes I watch these clips beforehand. Sometimes I don't. Good for Jonathan Swan. I'm gonna text him after this. He's from axios. Tlaib, that's stupid? No, she's actually a I could see it immediately. I'm like, okay, now I know what I'm dealing with. And yeah, I'm just kind of a loss for words. What I was just watching there. She was admitting, like, of course, oh, I know. I'm gonna open up all the prisons, of course, obviously. The sex traffickers the murders, the arsonists, hey, you know what we need? Ted Kaczynski needs to be walking the streets again, according to Rashida

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National School Boards Association Declares Conservative Parents to Be Domestic Terrorists

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 2 months ago

National School Boards Association Declares Conservative Parents to Be Domestic Terrorists

"The national school board group wants biden to use a measure. That is supposed to be about spying on al qaeda isis and legitimate terrorists so it's an organization representing ninety thousand school board officials and they've now asked the white house to intervene against parents who oppose Virus restrictions and the teaching of racial ideology. The national school board association argued this week. That parents are engaged in domestic terrorism. You see that you're showing up to ask questions from your school board. You are a domestic. You are timothy mcveigh you are eric. Rudolph you are. Ted kaczynski the unabomber. You show up to ask questions about why your seven year old is learning graphically pornographic content while your eight year. Old is being forced to be segregate segregated based by skin color which is happening in atlanta. You show up and ask the question why. Crt you're the unabomber they've asked the white house to use the justice department the fbi and the department of homeland security against protesters and as even asked the white house to consider deploying the patriot act against parents and communities leaders who opposed mask mandates teaching of critical race theory

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Tom Cruise Shares What Pushed Him to 'Top Gun' Reboot

Direct from Hollywood

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Tom Cruise Shares What Pushed Him to 'Top Gun' Reboot

"Tom cruise is set to fly once again in the upcoming. Top gun maverick. The sequel to his hit from nineteen eighty six. When you think of the original topgun. Tom is clearly the first actor that comes to mind. But the second is val kilmer who played his nemesis partner. Tom kaczynski and even though val unfortunately lost the ability to speak to a health battle in two thousand fourteen. It was tom himself. Who insisted there was no sequel without vow producer. Jerry bruckheimer tells people. Tom said we have to have him back. Tom was the driving force. We all wanted him. But tom was adamant that if he's going to make another top gun foul had to be in it. He's such a fine actor and such a good individual he goes on to say we had such a good time on the first one and wanted to bring some of the gang back together again. It was really emotional. Experience for all of us was a long time getting there but we did top gun. Maverick was actually just pushed back. Four months that will hit theaters may twenty seventh of twenty twenty two

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"kaczynski" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

01:56 min | 4 months ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Every now and again so the teachers literally which which means they actually right literally. They cornered me. I've got my back against the wall and the teachers are surrounding the and they're going. How did you do that. How did you do that. I can't hold them for half an hour. One age group and i said first of all you need to relax said i only had to hold them one time. I only had to hold them. One time and i was new and novel. You can't blame yourself. The first thing is. I only had them the one time. And they're like yeah. But still like i have told them for a whole hour for my class and i just can't do it. You held them for an hour and a half and all the age groups. How did you do that. And i said i broke it down for them. I said guys. It's about storytelling. I told them about muster kaczynski. And no kidding. They immediately asked me if i could come back and speak at the school again for the teachers because teachers are not being taught really effectively. How to teach they're being taught how to babysit and how to run curriculum. Does this make sense. so so. Broad spectrum appeal it's starts with the recognition. That story is the ultimate language. It's the ultimate operating system for the brain and once you get that then you make sure that your talks always contain a percentage of story. You tell them some information and then you use the story to prove it or you tell them a story and they get the information inside the story but the fact is no emotion. No memory done then. The next thing you saw me do there is. What is the common thread of the audience. You always wanna know. What's the common thread of the audience as best you can figure out who your audience is and try figure out what's common about them and if you can't find anything that's common about them. That might be the common thing. I will often come out here and do it right now. Shut out some of the country's guys from.

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Sarasota attorney resigns state job to protest Rebekah Jones raid

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:39 min | 1 year ago

Sarasota attorney resigns state job to protest Rebekah Jones raid

"Our next guest resigned his position on the florida government. Because of what you're about to see. We showed you this video last night. When rebecca johns the florida health department whistle blower. Who was fired for refusing to manipulate covid. Nineteen data joined us here to describe what it was like. When florida state police officers entered her home at eight. Thirty am on monday. Searching for computer evidence about a possible text that should not have been sent. They entered her home with guns drawn. And aiming those guns upstairs in her home at her husband and her two children ages two and eleven outside in the house relaxing. She'll all the children off all down missy. Jones come down the stairs now. Police come down. Fear is what rebecca jones said about that last night on this program. I thought i was being arrested. I had no idea what four. But i have honestly been expecting to santa's to send people after me for six months. I didn't know they search word for the house until they start healing warrant inside and tell me. Tell me husband and two children to come downstairs. Which was confusing. Because i had no idea why. And they're standing at the top of the stairs and the my husband is holding our two year old daughter in my eleven year. Old son is behind him in there pointing their guns at him at the end of that discussion last night. I reported the breaking news. That attorney ron philip. Kofsky resigned in protest from his position on judicial nominating commission after he saw that video of the police guns drawn in rebecca jones home and after he studied the search warrant that was issued by a judge who appointed by florida governor rhonda santa's in his resignation letter from the post. That governor disentis appointed him to attorney ron. Philip kofsky said i have been increasingly alarmed. By the governor's response to the covid nineteen pandemic. I believe the policy of this state toward cova is reckless and irresponsible. I have followed the events of miss jones and reviewed the search warrant that led to her home being raided. Based on. What i've seen and read i find these actions unconscionable even if the facts alleged are true i would still call her a hero. I no longer wish to serve. The current government of florida in any capacity joining us now is landfill kaczynski. The former vice chair of the twelfth circuit judicial nominating commission in florida. He's also a former general counsel to the sarasota republican party. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. Mr full custody. We really appreciate it up. Tell me how you came to your decision. Did you see the video first. And then read the search warrant and an assemble your thoughts from those two things. Yes i i saw. The video in obviously was pretty shocking. Outrage like everybody else. And then i posted something on twitter about i reaction to that in actually. A trump supporter sent me a link to the search warrant From the miami herald website said. Well you know before you say anything. You'd better read the war and see what terrible thing she's done. I did that and it just made me more matt well. I'm gonna read from the warrant because it's all about a text. They're in there with grow with guns drawn because a text was sent to florida of workers in the florida health department maybe to twelve hundred people and the text said. This was a group text and it said this. It's in the warrant. It said it's time to speak up before another seventeen thousand people are dead. You know this is wrong. You don't have to be part of this. Be a hero. Speak out before it's too late. That was the crime that was being investigated with guns drawn in rebecca johns home yet. It's outrage said not And the fact that a a search warrant was signed which was so broad which encompassed them seizing all of her electron devices with no minimization or limits. On what they could do once they receive. Those devices led me to believe that really their primary. The primary target of this warrant is not necessarily rebecca jones in the primary purpose of the war is not to make a criminal case against rebecca jones. The primary purpose of all of this is to find out the identities of the people inside the state government core talking to her. And what they're telling her. And i think that's really what they're after. Yes and she said that she has had some confidential sources in there who've been trying to give her a good information about covid and she worries now that with the seizure of electronic devices the identities of those people could well be obtained by the state. Police who's boss is the governor of the state of florida. And and i you make the point that those police officers knew exactly who this woman is that she's kind of famous in florida now. Yeah absolutely. there's there's just no. I know that. The governor's office is denying that he had any knowledge whatsoever about this investigation. Or this warrant. I mean this is a law enforcement agency. That reports directly to the governor's office it. It doesn't report to a state. Attorney's office locally. So this is. A nemesis of governor descends us and has been for six months and outspoken critic high profile. So the idea that his own law enforcement agency would execute a search warrant like this on such a high profile critic and they wouldn't clear through him. Or as general counsel i that just strains all credibility to me rod filled kofsky. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. And also thank you for taking your oath as lawyer seriously and your position as an officer of the court seriously when you see something like this say something about it the way you have. We really appreciate that. Thank you

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"kaczynski" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"On what the standard model people must think of this because he was like well. This must be fraudulent. Basically is what he said. And it's weird because you're like okay. So they made a fraudulent eclipse report. But they got the day in the year correct right. Also also the historians consider those reports to have enough credibility that they base all of their historical timelines on them so orientate take them is actual fact unquestionable fact and the strana images saying well. It can't be back right. That's right so the other thing. I'm curious about or i guess incredulous about i guess is more like why isn't there at least one cosmologists or somebody some physicists. That would just take these ideas okay. You know they'll they'll do this with with experiments that they that you know they'll say well we come up with some theory and let's see if we can prove wrong or whatever or they make an observation on a that they did not expect right. The probability of that is so incredibly low. But it happened. So let's try to figure out how it happened. I want one of these guys to do that. With this idea like something came out of jupiter cruised around the solar system and wreaked havoc everywhere and then settled into orbit. Why can't they just try to figure out how this could take place because it in the field astronomy. It is professional suicide to lend any credence publicly to bellicosity. Kaczynski is the crackpots crackpot. And unfortunately since he wrote the entire trend of new astronomical facts are being reported. Hardly a week goes by that. Something isn't reported that doesn't support bellicosity Probably the most heretical claim. He made according to his closest friends. Who are astronomers was trying to argue that they were going to discover water on the moon and that just happened. They discovered water on the moon. In the sunlit. Parts of the main yeah. It's now saying that it's in the soil that if up the together that there's an sampling on on mars that belakovsky says we're going to discover that there's water possibly even liquid water on mars and there is. That's right that's frustrating. The we talk a lot about how they you know. They use this argument of probability.

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Climate change is affecting flower pigments

Climate Cast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Climate change is affecting flower pigments

"Our flowers reacting to climate change. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Paul. Hutler here with climate cast. A new study in the journal current biology finds flower pigments are reacting to temperature and ozone changes. What does that mean for our flower colors, Clemson? University. Biology Professor Matthew. Kaczynski is an author of this study. Hi Matthew. Welcome to climate cast hype. All I want to get into the details but I what's your sort of elevator speech headline on climate change and flower colors. Yes. So flowers while one of their functions is to dry in pollinators. Another is actually protect the pollen in the abuse that hold the reproductive structures of the plant. And Pigments can protect Holland inaugurals from abiotic damage like from temperature or UV radiation. So climate change has the strong potential in we showed that it did contribute to changes in flower pigmentation. So for a non biologists like me, how would you explain the physical process increased pigmentation can lead to more absorption of solar radiation in any structure in so win a flower absorbs more light. It has the potential to increase in temperature. and. We found that flowers that have their pollen tucked within the pedals day actually declined in pigmentation when they experienced larger increases in temperature, and that could be a thermal regulatory response where flowers are actually decreasing pigmentation to reduce the chances that they're going to increase in temperature baked their pollen in species that have their pollen exposed to ambient light like a buttercup those when the pedals are open, you can see all of the panthers in those are the structures in the flower that hold the pollen So increasing UV pigmentation in the flowers might protect that pollen from ambient UV, light and so. Some species increased some species decline in pigmentation in some showed no change at all. How were you able to observe that in is a something we could see as visible to our is humans are Tri chromatic that means we see blue green and red, and that's our three photo receptors. Many insect pollinators are also try chromatic, but they see you the blue and green, and so what we measured is these UV absorbing pigments using ultraviolet photography if pollinators see these plans differently, how are these pigment changes impacting them? I've done some studies basically smearing sunscreens over the flowers so they become completely uv absorbing. That often reduces pollinator visitation. In, that might be because the UV reflection on pedals might help the flowers to kind of pop against a green vegetative background. So if it's declining, that could have potentially negative impacts for plant reproduction. So a lot of people like to plant flowers that attract pollinators, what does this mean for the average gardner who might be thinking about flowers for next year as a rule of thumb? It appears that more yellow flowered, plant, sleigh, comment asters, daisies those often are pretty UV reflective. In in terms of some of the common crop species that have UV, reflection on them, canola or ravenous, which is a mustard that is one that has these UV reflective traits on the flowers and then come in sunflower dozen while. Clemson University Biology Professor Matthew Kaczynski. It's a great conversation. Thanks so much for sharing on climate cast today. Thanks for having me.

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Faking IAB-compliant downloads

podnews

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Faking IAB-compliant downloads

"Can Be compliant download numbers. The faked Antony Guo thinks. So indeed he's built contraption for about two hundred and ten dollars. Theoretically. Fake thirty thousand downloads a month. If you're really determined and quite technical, he's documented how he did it and how podcast hosts can detect. We've linked to its today from show notes and Dr Newsletter. It's a national podcast day September thirtieth, but it's already September thirtieth in some parts of the world. So bunch of live presentations happening right now, you can watch for free at international PODCAST Day Dot Com Hindenburg is planning a set of free workshops and a forty percent discount for Hindenburg products that's on now and tomorrow the match talk podcast network and founder Jason Bryant will be hosting a fourteen hour. Wa. livestream interviewing and showcasing wrestling podcasters from around the US. College High School in Olympic style of wrestling the drama that is sports entertainment were told a livestream starts at nine. AM central time. Love the podcast you're listening to Daniel J Lewis has added a new feature to my podcast reviews cold, love the podcast and it'll help your listeners give reviews for your podcast linking to the right platform for their device. If you'd like to see an example, thank go to love the podcasts dot com slash news because you. Apple spending money on podcast advertising McClellan I has published list of US podcast advertisers who increase spend the most in August. Apple spent three hundred eleven thousand dollars on advertising according to the company all for that Apple News plus products. The twenty two thousand discover pods awards are open nominations the fourth annual awards fan nominated fan voted without a paywall. We've only got two weeks to nominate your favorites though Pushkin Industries has a nice new website that like you to know another podcast APP in India Kuku FM has a number of podcasts as well as live radio and music and congratulations to the podcast global summit who set a Guinness World Record in August for the largest attendance for virtual podcasting conference. In one week, we're told Guinness, wanted at least five thousand attendees to set the record and they achieved five, thousand and three. Well. And pocano Kaczynski's it's fine to hit from millionaires financial whiz kids about what to do with money. But better the hear from real experience small change money stories from the neighborhood highlights smarts practical and collaborative money skills develops by people living with lower an unstable incomes new from NPR news in Minnesota. Horror Narration podcast creepy is launching their thirty one days of horror series beginning on October. The first series will new chilling tale each day of the month culminating in a special episode on Halloween against more than a million downloads a month we're told,

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The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans

On the Media

10:04 min | 1 year ago

The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans

"Election of Donald J. Trump. We in the United States have become accustomed to a degree of fabulous. Um I've done more for black Americans than anybody. With the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln, the president, self aggrandizement provides the framework for his alternate reality. We have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900 Deaths in a single day. You have the numbers place because I heard we had the best mortality number one low mortality, right? We are being given something I can't recall in my lifetime, a choice of realities. One that is mostly regarded as evidence based and one that you might call faith based that faith being in Mr Trump In either case, you have a sizable cohort to back you up. Truth has been displaced in many quarters by rage and fear. Over the past four months, we've had many opportunities to observe the impact of paranoia. When deployed by a fantasist in the White House in Arizona Man died after taking Clara Quien, his wife said that they heard about it from Trump's briefings. Are you gonna allow the government to tell you you have to wear a mask? Some believe these mask orders go against their freedoms will protect. All right, I will know asked me and I will not pay for antibiotics. Conspiracies of Sena numbers swell on Facebook and doctors warn, if left unchecked, they could undermine an effective vaccine. The death toll from the Corona virus pandemic has surpassed 150,000 in the United States. That's the highest number of fatalities in any nation by far. And accounts for nearly 1/4 of the recorded global. Told immediately after the 2016 election, I spoke with New York ER writer Masha Gessen, who, after having lived long under Vladimir Putin had some advice for anxious Americans trying to navigate the so called new normal. She explained that for the would be authoritarian, the lying is the point that the ability to create a reality flagrantly staring down conspicuous fact. Is a crucial component of building and sustaining power. And last fall boxes, David Roberts noted bluntly, where such a strategy left unchecked, could lead this sort of cultish, increasingly authoritarian movement takes over the country. In Russia and Turkey and Poland. Right's a disturbingly longer and longer list. We see countries that we thought were democracies devolve into this. In the U. S. So much has happened in the last few years that we thought would never happen. I think we should really loosen up our imaginations as to what can happen when a movement that is convinced that everything it knows and loves is in danger of falling apart movements that's thinking like that unconnected anymore to fax or reality. And got its hands on the power of the federal government is the basic recipe for democracy is falling apart. And so last fall on, the media producer Leia Feder reported on one of those places Poland, a young democracy teetering on unstable ground and where it's far right Nationalist government is intent on rewriting the nation's painful history. For almost a decade, Poland has been in the grip of a conspiracy theory what really happened when a plane crashed in a forest in western Russia, killing Poland's president and dozens of other government officials. The plane had been on route to commemorate another Polish tragedy, a massacre that had occurred in the very same location in 1940. 1973 documentary explored the mystery While the German army is advancing from the West, the Soviets crossed Poland's eastern front court in a method of Polish army collapsed, Um, surrendered. The victors, divided the country down the middle and imprisoned every soldier they captured. Russia took a 215,000 Poland officer Corps were never seen alive again. Many. What die near Smolensk, in a forest called catching after decades of opacity and suspicion on investigation in the early nineties, confirmed finally, that it was not Hitler. But Stalin, who had ordered the massacre. And so when, on April 10th 2010 a delegation of 96 Polish politicians and officials traveled from Warsaw to Smolensk. It was in service of remembrance and reconciliation. But what happened instead compounded the national pain. Poland's prime minister burst into tears when he heard the news today that his country's president was killed in a plane crash pilot tried to land in a thick fog at least twice missing the runway. And ignoring the control tower's direction to divert to another city. Not just losing the president of that country. The first lady, the ahead of the army chief of staff, the National Security Office head deputy Parliament speaker, the deputy foreign minister. It was a devastating national tragedy. What's more, the symbolic layering was undeniable. Ah, longstanding tragedy finally solved and a new one appears in its place. And yet, in the immediate moments and days after the crash, there was a kind of common shock. An Applebaum is a journalist and academic beast in Warsaw At the time of the 2010 crash, her husband was minister of foreign affairs in the Polish government, and there was pretty straightforward reporting. About what had happened. What was immediately clear There were people on the ground who saw the crash. So there was a kind of concensus initially about what had happened that it was a terrible Accident and that you know many people of value to the nation had died. But the story started to shift is the investigation into the crash proceeded. Investigators say pilot error was mostly to blame. It became clear that one of the causes of the crash was the fact that the pilots were under pressure to land. The president's delegation had arrived late for the plane. They were running behind schedule as they got closer to smell lens, which was even really an airport. It was a kind of airstrip in the forest. They began to be worried about the fog and the pilots weren't sure they could make the narrow landing. But according to black box recordings, Polish President Lech Kaczynski, head of the opposition party directed the pilots to do it was meant to be the launch of his reelection campaign. So there were cameras there which he knew, and he was very anxious to go under pressure, the pilots tried to make the landing. Instead, they hit a tree, killing all 96 people on board. The president's twin brother, the head of the nationalist right political party in Poland, same parties, the president He didn't like this story. It made the president look bad, more to the point. This is a terrible crash very near to a place where a Nurlita generation of poles were murdered by the Soviet state. Because of that eeriness. People immediately began to speculate that there was actually a different, deeper story that perhaps the Russians caused the crash. Perhaps there was a bomb on the plane. And conspiracy theories began to proliferate online. The president's brother, Nijinsky began openly alluding to them. Kaczynskis Law and Justice Party made unraveling the Smolensk conspiracy. It's key campaign promise once you had bought into their idea that there is a secret conspiracy, possibly involving the Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Possibly involving the Russians, and that lots of people high up in the state were implicated in some great big secret plot to kill the president. If you believe that Then you can believe a lot of other things. The point was to get people to believe in a kind of alternative reality to doubt institutions to doubt that the government was telling them the truth, and that was absolutely an attempt to help win an election, But it did more than carve out a new electorate. It created new divides in Polish society. Where one's Polish politics were split between Communists and anti communists around economic policy. Now it was over a vision of history. It was how you see Poland's place in the world. And whether you think secret dark forces air trying to undermine your country and whether you know you need to elect a government of Patriots in order to make sure that doesn't happen. Where you fell on that dividing line affected how you would vote and how you would understand politics for the next several years, And so when line justice one in 2015 it spawned a new kind of power a power based on the willingness to embrace the myth. They fired large numbers of Polish civil servants. Polish members of the foreign service. All kinds of people who work for the government also leaders and board members of state companies and they replaced all of them with people whom they were sure we're loyal. And one element of the loyalty test was belief in this Molinski myth. Smolinski conspiracy implied that there were dark, mysterious forces continuing to try to manipulate and undermine the Polish nation. It also drawn the larger story of a Poland continually attacked by outsiders and the valiant Polish resistance to threats past and present line Justice Road that narrative electoral victory. And then wrote its electoral victory to further consolidation of that narrative in service of Polish nationalism.

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The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans

On the Media

10:04 min | 1 year ago

The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans

"Of Donald J. Trump. We in the United States have become accustomed to a degree of fabulous. Um I've done more for black Americans than anybody. With the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln, the president, self aggrandizement provides the framework for his alternate reality. We have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900 Deaths in a single day. You have the numbers place because I heard we had the best mortality number one low mortality, right? We are being given something I can't recall in my lifetime, a choice of realities. One that is mostly regarded as evidence based and one that you might call faith based that faith being in Mr Trump In either case, you have a sizable cohort to back you up. Truth has been displaced in many quarters by rage and fear. Over the past four months, we've had many opportunities to observe the impact of paranoia. When deployed by a fantasist in the White House in Arizona Man died after taking Clara Quien, his wife said that they heard about it from Trump's briefings. Are you gonna allow the government to tell you you have to wear a mask? Some believe these mask orders go against their freedoms will protect. All right, I will know asked me and I will not pay for antibiotics. Conspiracies of Sena numbers swell on Facebook and doctors warn, if left unchecked, they could undermine an effective vaccine. The death toll from the Corona virus pandemic has surpassed 150,000 in the United States. That's the highest number of fatalities in any nation by far. And accounts for nearly 1/4 of the recorded global. Told immediately after the 2016 election, I spoke with New York ER writer Masha Gessen, who, after having lived long under Vladimir Putin had some advice for anxious Americans trying to navigate the so called new normal. She explained that for the would be authoritarian, the lying is the point that the ability to create a reality flagrantly staring down conspicuous fact. Is a crucial component of building and sustaining power. And last fall boxes, David Roberts noted bluntly, where such a strategy left unchecked, could lead this sort of cultish, increasingly authoritarian movement takes over the country. In Russia and Turkey and Poland. Right's a disturbingly longer and longer list. We see countries that we thought were democracies devolve into this. In the U. S. So much has happened in the last few years that we thought would never happen. I think we should really loosen up our imaginations as to what can happen when a movement that is convinced that everything it knows and loves is in danger of falling apart movements that's thinking like that unconnected anymore to fax or reality. And got its hands on the power of the federal government is the basic recipe for democracy is falling apart. And so last fall on, the media producer Leia Feder reported on one of those places Poland, a young democracy teetering on unstable ground and where it's far right Nationalist government is intent on rewriting the nation's painful history. For almost a decade, Poland has been in the grip of a conspiracy theory what really happened when a plane crashed in a forest in western Russia, killing Poland's president and dozens of other government officials. The plane had been on route to commemorate another Polish tragedy, a massacre that had occurred in the very same location in 1940. 1973 documentary explored the mystery While the German army is advancing from the West, the Soviets crossed Poland's eastern front court in a method of Polish army collapsed, Um, surrendered. The victors, divided the country down the middle and imprisoned every soldier they captured. Russia took a 215,000 Poland officer Corps were never seen alive again. Many. What die near Smolensk, in a forest called catching after decades of opacity and suspicion on investigation in the early nineties, confirmed finally, that it was not Hitler. But Stalin, who had ordered the massacre. And so when, on April 10th 2010 a delegation of 96 Polish politicians and officials traveled from Warsaw to Smolensk. It was in service of remembrance and reconciliation. But what happened instead compounded the national pain. Poland's prime minister burst into tears when he heard the news today that his country's president was killed in a plane crash pilot tried to land in a thick fog at least twice missing the runway. And ignoring the control tower's direction to divert to another city. Not just losing the president of that country. The first lady, the ahead of the army chief of staff, the National Security Office head deputy Parliament speaker, the deputy foreign minister. It was a devastating national tragedy. What's more, the symbolic layering was undeniable. Ah, longstanding tragedy finally solved and a new one appears in its place. And yet, in the immediate moments and days after the crash, there was a kind of common shock. An Applebaum is a journalist and academic beast in Warsaw At the time of the 2010 crash, her husband was minister of foreign affairs in the Polish government, and there was pretty straightforward reporting. About what had happened. What was immediately clear There were people on the ground who saw the crash. So there was a kind of concensus initially about what had happened that it was a terrible Accident and that you know many people of value to the nation had died. But the story started to shift is the investigation into the crash proceeded. Investigators say pilot error was mostly to blame. It became clear that one of the causes of the crash was the fact that the pilots were under pressure to land. The president's delegation had arrived late for the plane. They were running behind schedule as they got closer to smell lens, which was even really an airport. It was a kind of airstrip in the forest. They began to be worried about the fog and the pilots weren't sure they could make the narrow landing. But according to black box recordings, Polish President Lech Kaczynski, head of the opposition party directed the pilots to do it was meant to be the launch of his reelection campaign. So there were cameras there which he knew, and he was very anxious to go under pressure, the pilots tried to make the landing. Instead, they hit a tree, killing all 96 people on board. The president's twin brother, the head of the nationalist right political party in Poland, same parties, the president He didn't like this story. It made the president look bad, more to the point. This is a terrible crash very near to a place where a Nurlita generation of poles were murdered by the Soviet state. Because of that eeriness. People immediately began to speculate that there was actually a different, deeper story that perhaps the Russians caused the crash. Perhaps there was a bomb on the plane. And conspiracy theories began to proliferate online. The president's brother, Nijinsky began openly alluding to them. Kaczynskis Law and Justice Party made unraveling the Smolensk conspiracy. It's key campaign promise once you had bought into their idea that there is a secret conspiracy, possibly involving the Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Possibly involving the Russians, and that lots of people high up in the state were implicated in some great big secret plot to kill the president. If you believe that Then you can believe a lot of other things. The point was to get people to believe in a kind of alternative reality to doubt institutions to doubt that the government was telling them the truth, and that was absolutely an attempt to help win an election, But it did more than carve out a new electorate. It created new divides in Polish society. Where one's Polish politics were split between Communists and anti communists around economic policy. Now it was over a vision of history. It was how you see Poland's place in the world. And whether you think secret dark forces air trying to undermine your country and whether you know you need to elect a government of Patriots in order to make sure that doesn't happen. Where you fell on that dividing line affected how you would vote and how you would understand politics for the next several years, And so when line justice one in 2015 it spawned a new kind of power a power based on the willingness to embrace the myth. They fired large numbers of Polish civil servants. Polish members of the foreign service. All kinds of people who work for the government also leaders and board members of state companies and they replaced all of them with people whom they were sure we're loyal. And one element of the loyalty test was belief in this Molinski myth. Smolinski conspiracy implied that there were dark, mysterious forces continuing to try to manipulate and undermine the Polish nation. It also drawn the larger story of a Poland continually attacked by outsiders and the valiant Polish resistance to threats past and present line Justice Road that narrative electoral victory. And then wrote its electoral victory to further consolidation of that narrative in service of Polish nationalism.

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Decorating In The Era Of Zoom

Young House Love Has A Podcast

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Decorating In The Era Of Zoom

"I know that sounds really weird, but you know we're in this time and place right now. Where a lot of us are communicating with other people whether it's friends, family co workers through these video conference calls whether it's you know zoom or facetime or whatever technology you choose to follow. We love to sell three of those, but I think these sudden. Sudden prominence of these technologies in our lives right now has put new focus on what our homes look like in the background like how we present ourselves and our houses by what is on the screen behind us when we do, the zoom calls totally I was on his own call for work. The other day and I like had to find a place on my bed. That didn't look like I was on abandoned. Like I'm doing this. I'm going to bed but I'm going to make it. Look like there's just like an artful mirror behind me and I could be anywhere I could be like in the foyer. Still have a foyer I want to get into that in a second because I think there are actually two parts to this phenomenon, one is the like how you actually change your own home, but the other one is also like the voyeuristic element of getting to see other people's homes in this way because we're not just talking. Talking about like your boss or your co worker, or your grandma or whomever, you're calling, but also like TV now we're used to now seeing newscasters and sports, figures and celebrities, and all these people coming to our screens from their homes with their own offices and kitchens and bedrooms in the background, and it's like this kind of weird way to see inside someone's personal life that we weren't privy to before I I love watching some good news. You guys remember. We dug that with John Kuczynski is it. Christmas gear croissants. Kaczynski, Kristen Ski I just liked seeing his bookshelves and I like seeing like his kids made the sign like there's this homey nece, and this like almost depth like i. feel like I, know him better because I've seen a room in his house and I've seen how his kids draw I know. That's false death, but it feels like it's almost seems like a weird equalizer in a way like I know. A lot of these people have homes that are much grander and fancier than our everyday homes, but still to see this person whom you're used to seeing under studio, lighting and with makeup and fancy cameras suddenly. Just in their basement yeah, no, there was some celebrity I forget who it was now, but they were in front of big billiton's, and like four people deemed me and said like they need your help with the built in I. Wish I could remember who it was, but I was like that's so funny that you're looking at the celebrities instead of their face, but then I'm also like I m too, and I have an idea I heard a whole podcast where they were talking about during the NFL draft, which was held virtually this year. We didn't watch it. We're not NFL draft. Be pulled our sports as power-washing. To podcast about the NFL draft, but they were saying how people were getting distracted, and more people actually tuned into the draft this year, and they think partially because of the voyeur element of getting to see in the players and owners homes like that, and so became almost a more watchable event than it typically is something intimate about it right even if it's like they've selected this room, and it has nothing personal in the background and decorated. Maybe it's like in their guest house like we don't know the full story, but there is something about being like. Wow, that's like in their private space and we're seeing it and there's actually a. A whole twitter account about this. You mentioned the thing about wanting to restyle bookcases. Someone sent me a link to an article about room raider. I don't think that's the actual twitter. Handle but I'll link the twitter account in the show young dot com slash podcast, but is this account that basically all they do is post screen shots of people who are on television you know through zoom or some other teleconferencing and the twitter account rates their background, snarky or funny than snarky like it's not really that hard hitting. Although they do call out specific things, they'll say love. Angle bookcases Nice at a plant I would fully agree that everyone could. Could add another plant two and three. I also even found an article through Verandah, where they consulted with an interior designer about how people can make their homes look better in the background and it lines up with a lot of things that actually room raiders talking about I. Don't know who runs the room rate account, and if they have an interior design background. I don't think they do. I think they're more comedic well. I would say these are my personal tips because I have had a lot of work calls lately where I'm on. You know a great, and it's only four of us I know my rectangles pretty big. You know when? When I'm on a call with like thirty people for work I don't really care about the background that much, but when I'm on like just a few people, I'm like Oh. They're gonna see everything, so my tips are like to face a window, so there's light on my face as opposed to like being under a candlelight and looking like a goon. Yes, and this is actually something that we have struggled with because I think you might assume we have plenty of Nice style backgrounds to choose from when Nigel. No, especially in our last house, because when we laid out our office and everything, we didn't have this perspective on a layout like. Like what will the background look like on a call like this? That was not in the forefront of our brain, like it is now, and we used to like to make a lot of our calls using my desktop computer, because it has the big screen, but I sat with two windows behind me, so we were basically silhouettes on every call always which I didn't mind guys because you don't even have to make about when you're. You're like anonymous light, but my other tip. I was GONNA. Say some tips so number one face. A window is nice because you get that natural light on your face number to try not to look like. Like. You're into weird or intimate of a spot. Why WanNa look like I was in my bed. I also don't like to look like ooh. That could be a bathroom. I'm not in a bathroom, but when I look at the background, my question, I asked myself as like. We'll someone think this is a bathroom, and if the answer is yes, I move, and then my third tip is just around for something weird in the background. Because often something weird becomes normal to your eyeballs. An example would here. We have packing blankets still on a few windows that we're waiting for blinds for those look normal to me because I've seen them for. For six weeks now, but to someone else they look like. Why do you have like gray shaggy felt hanging from one side of the window off of a nail, like looks like the pelt of a very sad creature, so look around and say like what are my eyeballs used to? That seems normal to me, but isn't really normal. Another example would be like if you always hanging your bra over the chair. Don't do the zoom call in front of the chairs. Everyone can see your bra in the background like think about what's behind you and then shift the camera a little bit to make it look. I don't know

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"kaczynski" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"To be with John because John Kaczynski and his wife Emily blunt yep so hopefully that would be a visible who would you have played what is a Johnny storm Mr fire I'll get Evans play I'm sorry he did yeah he's running from I don't know are you who do you have played that yeah I don't know we have to get somebody cocky so you would honestly if you ever did see the first one Chris Evans was perfect yeah you know really really was and they I think the problem was it was too much of a funny that they were going for between hammer between thing and yeah and Christian schools and that's how that's kind of how those comic movies were back then back then they had to do that they knew that they could get all the comic book nerds to go and watch any comic book movie they had to get the other people to come and so that's why they had to add extra you know action and then add a little bit of comedy to get those people and then it was too jokey I think what you put the first so the first spider man was actually probably at that time the best comic book movie that came out yes better Batman so even though the Batman's that had Jack Nicholson right I thought they were too campy and then Todd spider man change that yeah and then they had the new spiral growth field whatever his name was which I thought is your Garfield yeah I've just been like that but then once Ironman came right that changed the whole spectrum of how a comic book movie look like and that's yeah and it just took off because you look at the first spider man and although at that time the graphics are really good the stories some of just a long soliloquies that they were talking about your my your uncle little liked it too and yeah any maybe just going on just like four five in a presidential speech for crying out loud and I I think that was because that was the the beginning and the introduction to all of the superheroes so as much as the the normal fans didn't know the backstory of uncle Ben had to die and all that stuff where like that they were trying to put as much into the origin stories as possible like with this round aside from them what what what what did him say it had uncle Ben's initials on it I'm on a briefcase and that's as far as it went talking about uncle Ben but if you took that first bite a minute doesn't hold up it doesn't hold up today I don't know I think it does because it is a good origin story it's a good story is going right if you take it and put it against that the last one yeah first then yeah well it doesn't hold up yet that was far superior but is this a good origin standalone and one I I think I think it definitely the ranks up there although the Natick completely crap the bed with the third spider man all yeah that was just totally I was just like all right we gotta make another that's under contract let's just do this yeah they barely redeem themselves that with venom with Tom hardy yeah I I love them it was a good concept it was a good movie it's just all I would have preferred it to be rated R. and I would prefer to to be hell of a lot longer yeah because it was only ninety minutes originally the original cut I think was close to three hours yeah and then they would cut a whole bunch of crap out if you want and not to take away from where your corner yeah if you want longer and more story a just and are now since the Snyder justice league is gonna be like four and a half hours you watch it the just the first justice league yeah I did and it's just the problem is this is that I don't think they ever got Superman right since right I mean they just did and Batman has had so many different play actors plane it's just hard for the continuity now if you look at the Marvel movies the only thing that there was a change is the falcon not the falcons time yeah I want to sing rubbishing iron patriot yeah and that was because of the whole thing at at that time that after want to get paid more and thought I should pay more than yeah Robert Downey junior yeah never is and also the first one is like our does you say Hey let's talk about culture for the next one right about now anyway although I did like until a lot better don't you know I think player played better but I'm I was with the accident he's on the I don't remember I cannot remember his name somebody says it and all all year that's it but Ileana the radio yeah just as stupid thinking who's on the plane crash too yeah in the fox show where it's about the music I got a look it up the war machine very first one in terms of different actors I think that Toby where the original Spiderman movie was a really good parents Howard stark tower that's around ten percent good actor yet little bat S. crazy but good actor yeah so what's next in your corner next up we got Jeff Ross is roasting you know if that's what he does he he likes to attack people with his comedy he leaves nobody off the off of his career out of this cross hairs he's now roasting cove in nineteen patients there you go he not only are you sick and could die but we're gonna restaurant right he went on Instagram live in was just roasting everybody but they did say that they were everyone was singing in love in the comments it was beautiful he partnered with marijuana doctors dot com which donated to the first responders children's foundation's covert nineteen emergency response fund it was a very painful time Ross said but he also added that comedy is like medicine laughter's the best medicine and everybody I guess was was I guess all fine with it all right when I mean on the upside that would be an easy crowd Lee breathless after all of your jokes so marijuana doctors dot com though yeah okay some Jeff Ross I mean the reason you're not rest until Jeff Ross doesn't exactly he he is definitely the the last last on a line so I think one of the things that we're trying to get him for the Celtic rose rose by to be fired Celtis Ross was phenomenal yeah I thought he I thought he did okay it was the way they wanted him to come but he he couldn't help or maybe he was was because I remember I don't know yes that was so long ago anything about two thousand twelve I remember Robert Kelly killed it that night yeah I heard I heard my ex wife killed it off Amanda was phenomenal now I don't see anything on here it might have been although I'm typing in roast yeah I'm typing Jeff Ross roasts was pulling up every single roast even I to put cal ahead anyway it was twenty fourteen yeah and was it what was he one of them Jim Norton Greg Fitzsimmons General came Johnny mile Galvin yeah okay yeah I'm Jeff Ross was I know you're trying to get him in the house fifty was great Florence he was phenomenal season here on the fourteen did a great job but I mean Kelly was great but I mean they everybody Galvin yeah forget I forgot Galvin divorce judge and he nailed it nice area as the as the host of rest Maggie was just phenomenal M. A. admitted to killing two by Tom Robert Kelly's funny hit just him him sitting down and just talking the the Mike delta brouhaha I think was number two nervous scared when he was still here I he he had to do something on there he pulled me on their own with them as well we just sat there for about twenty minutes talking Robert Kelly and just laughing the entire time he's he's a great guy I love him they went after mo and shiny be mercilessly yeah I remember that and murdered on the count the rows but that's fine I wish we could play that again one day I don't know you see all the closest town of allowing you to yeah but I mean somebody probably go in and edit it all out and put all the beeps and then one of the one of the best of the streets for ever I am a sex so let let's let's stick with the cannabis the Canada story we had a marijuana doctors dot com with the with the latest story saying that cannabis might help fight off the deadly coronavirus the stock's Winton sword I guess a lot of them all over the entire world to jump in eighteen dollars one is seven point eight percent in just one day that the stocks are growing all because of some some Canadian research study showed that certain strands help block I I guess I guess certain proteins come through and create a gateway for the new rotavirus answer the host cells and this the certain thirteen strands are high in CBD low in THC help help completely fight off cells smoke if you got it exactly just stay as safe as high as you can and you'll you'll be fine so great about yes stock up on that marijuana stock and also you should probably buy stock in marijuana which one so I like Telerate T. L. R. Y. there you can start I can have a truly truly I don't they trade on the nasdaq look what does he do you smoke I never I've never touch the stuff we do drug test here yeah I know I've in that case in the headline the copy no comments yeah he's not commenting on comedy is just looking at his phone take a selfie I'll tell no I'm talking tomorrow Molly's on after the show five to sentencing bossing around sea change on the call and ask me to put in a different card for a show and he wanted to know if you want to be on the first segment the first second I got to get home and barbecue it's Memorial Day weekend come on now stop well first of all how do you swear to god I'll modes like Hey Hey Hey Hey as a board up producers will do that but it is not a not just during the week whatever mode needs me to do something and I'm here he gives me like this whole like list of can you do this for me and then well I mean he's not studio so it isn't him it's all things that he probably would be doing himself where he be I wouldn't wouldn't be able to be hires even before that I've always been like it just sounds like I'm trying to do that to every Saturday so he can do this this and that because I don't have the ability to go in there no text me I'll take care of it yeah I mean I don't mind doing dishes was it's flattering being most most the original guy from the phone to talk to yeah riveting very.

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"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Sounds Great and well Richard. Thank you for that. Three lovely talk. Thank you for giving me time to talk to his interview. It was really great to have you and well good luck with all your ideas ventures and your and also good luck in those rather strange times that big old. Go through it as absolutely all of us to you. And well we'll stay in touch and will thank. You resigned than just remind people if you want to forgotten templars for right to me and you are in Europe of course. That's that's I have to add Richard. Thank you so much for being with us today. Well thank you so much. I hope you and all your listeners. Stay safe and healthy during this time. Thank you bye. Bye Uh Uh Huh three waltzes and he made it by Henry Klein and reclining was one of the CO founders of the original. Gio and he has written those little pieces in a eighteen seventies and eighties and we heard him performed on the piano by our guest star into your gifts today. Richard Kaczynski. He says I particularly enjoyed introduction to Bizet slum unlike the other selections which followed the arrows mold of parlor room wells' business flam seems to anticipate by fifteen years the impressment of disease clear to lean. Right you are rich and thank you for that really interesting discovery that you let us make through that music and thank you for a highly interesting talk able to have with you and thank you for your kindness because it was a great pleasure to talk to you as well. Well as I'm just saying thank you to everyone here. Cosmo thank you to you my listeners for having been with us here today on this episode. Seventeen Odio and more with rigid Kozinski episode. Seventeen of a of season. Four of course and well next week we will return and episode eighteen and we will beat record next week yes indeed because next week our guest will be Tobias Jergen and it's the first time that the guests is returning third time to do it into you but hey tobias been writing so many interesting books lately and we have been speaking earlier episodes in two years ago quite quite by day. Almost we spoke about Alice croly in America which he had freshly published then at the time and now this time we talk about another book that has been published a few months ago which is Alissa croly in India and believe me. It's become very interesting book and as always it's highly interesting to talk to Tobias Churton so do not miss next week's episode episode Eighteen Tobias Church and Crawley in India and a few other things. Of course we're going to talk about as well right. Well I think that was it for today. It was lovely to have you with me here today again. I hope I will see you back then. Little reminder again if you're interested in the forgotten templars Kaczynski do let me know and if you live in Europe of course and by the way have you already become a patron go there and subscribe. Thank you guys for today. And the only thing that's left to see.

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"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Reproduced. Actually see them. Sure no but that's great great and your latest book just to jump ahead you lay fouque's I think panic in Detroit or am I wrong. Is that the latest or is I missed some early. As as revised edition of material that was basically with research material left over from Puerto Rob also and this does dealt with the Detroit period against sign originally from Detroit. The fact that cruelly came to Detroit tried to stir the Supreme Grand Council. There was of great interest to me and I had gone to the Detroit Public Library in Mike refills of old newspapers and found. Just all these accounts of what of essentially this. I know this moral panic. That happened the Detroit around cruelly the the To found you though. Teo in Detroit and what happening is Doesn't as the bookstore that was distributing chrome books including new. Glue equinoxes. WanNa going bankrupt and be under accusations of the bookstore. Went bankrupt because of the equinox which was not true but then people are asking what was economics and what was his own thing and it got people thought it was weird. Love called and freaked and the post to inspect your gun involved and people thought the murder of you know dozen Taylor Director in California was somehow related and it. It's just really totally crazy but tracking down all these newspapers for front page stories about crony. Not Oh you know in in my hometown was to assume you just pulled together documentation on those newspaper articles. The correspondence Alastair Cruelly and his his parents Charleston Smell Jones and I kind of elaborated or expanded the section about this from Purdah Rabbo into a longer essay and that was without the color blue equinoxes journal in two thousand five. I think he has no booker's one hundred ninety pages of a primary source material and since then I against I found all kinds of additional information including transcripts of these. These bankruptcy trials and the prosecutors just kept coming back to bringing up crow in the equinoxes and all these stories of how did you meet crow away and when did you come to Detroit and what happened and and decide he at this age that there's information we didn't we had before but just to see extension which is like a dog with a bone that we're just not glad. Go Corey thing and so the idea that so much of this transcript was obsessed with Gro F I thought was worth sure and so now. The new edition incorporates that material and a bunch of other stuff fe. I act like a map of downtown Detroit area and tried to identify the different places the Masonic Lodge where Charleston's for Jones took his his craft degree. Initiations were various. People Live Bookstores. Were located and so on because the address system. Detroit actually changed in nineteen twenty two so if you tried to go to the addresses based on need her pre nineteen twenty two locations. Never find them right so we are just to throw out of just so though the new edition. That book is more than twice as long as the original on. So it's really again much much like the munition. Perdue Rabbo relatedness a completely different book from the first edition against this mass of primary source material about that to me very interesting time and then crow his past in.

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"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Organizations. So yeah probably also just as you said as the way you wear already before also attracts a bit. The same kind of person all over the world and sucks Tim into that. Same kind of organization. Don't you think so? Yeah I and you know. There's thirty run the risk of concrete and we cannot go chamber. And Yeah sure you know. And I I think this is not unique to think pagan and WICCAN groups and other groups. Who are in Westerners secure system often trying to figure out how to encourage embrace diversity and its memberships and now just kind of you know attract people who look and think like you wonder wonderful. Talk this to speak with Richard Kozinski about his past and his thoughts and his interest. He's such a man and such a lovely man to talk to well. We'll go back in a few minutes to speak and to continue that talk with him but for the time being as I promised we are going to listen to a little bit more music right so again. We're going to do here apiece. That Richard has performed himself with another band. Which is called House of usher and two pieces called nine eleven and I think the best will be once again. I will let Richard Talk himself about that piece and what it means to him. And it's a very personal approach there as well. So that's what he has to say. Ninety seven is an instrumental solo from house of ushers debut album body of mind. I didn't so much compose. It just came out of me today that my sister died in her sleep on September eleven. The toddler refers both to the data for death and the emergency full number in the United States. Okay nine eleven. How so foster. Rigid Kaczynski House of usher and the rich Kozinski performing nine eleven. Okay let's return to that interview and we will continue to talk about all kinds of different aspects of esotericism of a personal pass. What it means to be member of a cold group or was it means to be a solitary practitioner. Many many questions that Richard has really interesting approaches and answers for at the end of the interview as always used to that now we will go immediately into the last of the three perform pieces of music today and this is a very special set for the music off the show. We are going to play three waltzes and imitation by Henry Klein and well. Let's involvement Kozinski into that. Well Henry Klein of course he is not oh co founder and when Richard was writing his book forgotten templars and before it came out in twenty twelve. He interspersed his talks on the presentation with music written by that Henry Klein at Odio Co founder. So he could let people hear music probably hadn't been played in over a century and he likes doing that life of course but he's also yeah. Richard has also recorded those four little waltzes from the eighteen seventies and eighties. And those recordings those four little short walls is. We're going to hear now in a row after the interview. Of course the are called Bizet slum ambassadors illiteracy and onto car. All right that will be Henry Klein and I will tell you a little bit more after Dean to you about dead and about Richard Thoughts on that music. But before all that we go back now to Richard's home and we continue to speak with him here. We go Richard Kosinski very personal question. But I of course like many of us so you a bit on your facebook page right. I'm not a religious guy. I just do that because because I I try all sorts promote my podcast through facebook etc but I often see your postings. There and facebook likes me because the postings and you you might be surprised by the question but you come over as route. Funny Person There Right. You make a lot of very. Yeah I like for example the auto corrector posts for example but it but depression. I get is that you're not funny person. Europe very reverend introverted person is is that true were how would you see? Or how would you see yourself? How would you? How would you say is just the outside that you showed there and you're terrific Aginsky behind? That is a bit different..

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"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Grew up world. This stuff just seemed to be everywhere is interesting because I'm as I'm asking these questions to many of my guests here question. Did you get into the United States at least in? I'm ACL generation. Because then just three years older than you. If I'm right and this was seems to have been quite often the that in smaller libraries you hit a person who was interested in that apparently by many of them at the time and who wouldn't put up that selection and somebody like hugh or others would then grabbed it and then make their make their policies to speak. Yeah absolutely I often wondered. Who was the person who bought the books were at library in just not to take up too much time with that question? I think is really cool is. That's when I was growing up in Detroit. Were basically Detroit. Michigan is the only place in the United States. In the continental United States are contiguous United States. Where you have to drive south at the candidate and we're so-so where Canadian Television Hawks. There were so close to the mortar l. Living in Detroit area and one Canadian Television show called beyond reason and was essentially version of the program. What's my line where they would have a a famous person on the panelists would get to ask questions and try and guests who this person was with her claim to fame ones. But this was again the psychic versions there were three. Panelists would be The strategy palm reader clairvoyance and clervoy some personal possession so each each of the three panelists would get sixty seconds to ask questions never to couldn't hear the questions that the others were asking and at the end they guests who who this person was famous for and the other shows kind of hit and miss with Through some times where. It was just astonishing story member since one point where we astrologer was talking to. This person saying.

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"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Me. Early stage also sure. Yeah yeah before you make any bad experiences getaway I remember. My Mum was appalled. I had this book. How did your parents react tool that? I mean not only to the sexual magic thing but to your special interest. Let's say they went to do in my because my older sister and she she was kind of wild and then I had to deal with someone who was uranium around to the boys or experimenting with drugs or whatnot but I was having more of an intellectual rebellion. And they didn't know that there were there. Were all kinds of stories about people's parents taking waiver books and they never would have done that they valued the fact that I was burned students young age and I had. I had thousands of comic books. I was always reading something and so I'm thinking of a curriculum to destroy a book. You know they lived through the you know the World War. Two and there were both taken to camps by Nazis so the idea of destroyed books is something that they wanted to. They would mother. I remember asking what's wrong with religion you raised with. Isn't it good enough for you? And that would be the end of the discussion and with the with the Book Sexual Secrets while she did not you against away or do you have any my go into my room and turn the book around the spine face on just in the end the off chance that one of her friends wandering into my room and saw that she didn't want them to see that. Booker. And say why do you have such a consider? We'll head did you read it or did you just look at the pictures? Just thanks to all Hudson Netflix. Moore's book shop in he direction. In what.

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"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

18:32 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Six of twenty twenty and this is already episode seventeen of our fourth season. Seventeen episode in this year since the first of January. Well quite a number I think. And you know that our seasons now go for twenty four episodes so after this. They're really seven more to go until we will take a short break and then starting to season five but that's still quite a few weeks away so today our guest on the show is Richard Kaczynski reached Krinsky who I don't think needs to introduce. He's one of the most important figures in North American isil terraces Mando cultism prolific writer and he prominent member of the Audio. And that's why also this show is subtitled. Odio and more and much more to it there as well. Welcome to everyone who is here for the first time on the thermes webcasts podcasts. I'm happy to have you with me here today and to all returning listeners. And welcome back. It's great to have you here again. You all know probably already but I tell you again that we have a website which is on www saucer miss dot com. That is D. H. O. T. H. E. R. E. S. DOT COM and on that website. You will find all our previous episodes. It's over sixteen already. You can find not only the episodes themselves there to listen to and to download but also to do you go to find. Show notes there. Which more information of valuable information about all the guests that we have introduced at spoke to us about their websites about the books we presented. Old Information will be. You will be able to find dare today. I want to introduce several special opportunities to you. First of all I would to mention you will hear that also in the interview but I want to mention it here because it seems important to me. This is a special offer for our European listeners. And only them and you'll find out in a second. Why there is a book by Richard Kaczynski which I think is really really nice and important big book and I'd love to have it myself and it's called forgotten templars big volume which is not cheap. I admit that's the problem. Is that if you want to ship that book to Europe because you can get it on Amazon at all route Glitz if you want to ship this as a single volume to Europe it costs just as much to Ford for the shipping. Then a book itself and that's why. This book is mostly unavailable in Europe. So Richard I have said something that might help those of you here in Europe. Who Want to have the book and if you send me an email on INFO thermes dot com that's Info at start. Hermes DOT COM. And let me know your details. No payments he tells yet. Please don't just tell me I'm interested in this. And how could I get it? That's all I want to know. And if I get maybe ten or a dozen people together who would like to get that book we can make an order and one single shipping and Dennis shipping costs. Go down dramatically because we can split them among all those people who will get the book so once again we are talking about Richard Kaczynski's great book forgotten templars not available in Europe at the moment. And if you European listeners here are interested in that book and would like to get a copy. Do Send me an email and as a special treat. Richard Promise that he will sign personally all those copies that he will send through that channel to Europe. Served I really think think. That's quite a nice opportunity right. Well I have not forgot to talk to you about becoming a patron. Don't you worry? No you know that producing a podcast. Has It's caused you know that the Alzheimer's podcast is fully developing and expanding and we have new ideas and new possibilities in the near future coming up and we have more and more listeners. And that's great so we are now beyond two thousand six hundred each week and well. Those big PODCASTS. That might sound like nothing to a little occultist podcast. That's quite nice. And now we have twenty four patrons. That's gone up within the last six weeks from eight to twenty four. I'm really grateful part. We're not there yet. You know we need at least one hundred hundred fifty to really make this whole with the investments into new microphones and the hardware that we need. We need a few more if you have that special tier starting at one dollar per episode already and there are several tiers you can pick from so please go to Patriot and go to the patron page. Look for the source. Hermes pop gusts there and become a patron. Or if you prefer go on this also and read website and you find links there directly to that patchy on page on talking about also if you prefer to do a one off donation just a single payment. That's really helpful as well. There's also the nation button on the website and that'll bring you to the right place. Thank you for that special opportunities coming up. Maybe that will incite you. Also to become patron patrons will in the future get access to special parts of experience this time this time. It's the first time that this episode has a slightly different than slightly longer version on the patron. Petrie on site. So if you're a patron and you're listening to this you will have a special treat at the end of Richard's interview because one of you as possible for patrons only has asked a personal question to Richard which he will answer but sorry guys only available to Patriots. That's how do we plays and upcoming. We also have a question and answer special episode with David Bethel who was recently a guest on the show and he really interested many of you. Many of you sent questions in and we will do a kind of special version. I will let you know all how access to that news. Special version will be probably patients with half premier access to that and a few weeks later. Everyone can listen to it all right. That's all denouncements. I think I wanted to make today. And now before we go into the interview with our friend Richard Kozinski. I would play music like always but this time again and that always makes me very happy when that's possible it's music. That's not only been selected by our interview guests but also performed by him. Richard is also musician. He has performed with several bands and Solo on the piano as well and he sent me three pieces of music. Actually it's seven but the last four put together into one and we talked about ledger now for time being. It's a piece that he performed together with vocalist page and he also sent me some notes to those titles and I think the easiest is I'll give you his notes because he explains Richard Explains Best. What the music that we are going to hear is all about and what not his inspiration was to do it. Okay the first piece is called a spearation right. And he says I never cared for cover tombs that closely resemble the original. Why would anyone listen to an imitation when I was invited to contribute a track to mellow records tribute to nineteen seventies progressive? Rock band gentle giant. I worked with vocalist page to re imagine their song aspirations with a Tori Amos influence. Well that's exactly what we are going to hear now. Kozinski and page re imagining aspirations enjoy As a tree Charleston show saw A DREAMY. She espe- irradiation's by a rigid. Kinski and vocalist page in a very nice remake. Retake of that Dole Song. Yes and Richard. Kaczynski is also my guest now on the coming interview on this episode and as I said earlier the episode is called Gio and more and Well we are GonNa talk about this activity. Riches activity within the OT. Oh but much more than that where it all started with him. How he became so interested in the satiric worlds. And Yo- cult I personally. I came across his name many years ago when I got a copy of debt. Famous Book Pair Rob or famous because to me and to many tourists it was the first really really high quality biography of Aristocratic. And we are going to talk about that book of course well who has really become a classic in the field. But that's not the only not the only book of course that Richard has produced so far. The latest ones in twenty nine hundred thousand is called. Panicking Detroit's magician and the motor city also about curly but in Detroit because rigid lives in that area and then there is forgotten templar St untold origins of order template oriented and that book which is already a few years old. I mentioned earlier so if you are in Europe if you're interested to buy a copy let me know and we will try to make special deal to get those shipping costs for such a heavy book down. Okay many more books. You'll find him all in detail on the website. And of course also linked to Richard's website in the show notes. Every information. That you could get. You will get there from by day as he says by day. Richard is a social psychologist buyer's decision and research scientists and in his doctoral dissertation ninety-three he examined metaphysical beliefs and experiences among called practitioners. So He's also one of those who is able to link his passion to his profession and that's always great when people can do that right well without further ado. I think we should just go over there to Illinois a Michigan to be precise sorry about that. Sorry Guys Michigan of course and to talk to Richard Kaczynski and as always after this time about thirty five minutes into the show. We will have little break and in debt break. We're GONNA hear more music produced and performed by rigid so but for now. Let's go and beat Richard Kozinski. Here comes the interview. I'm very happy to have today in front of the microphone off the sauce. Horry's PODCAST.

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Coronavirus movie delays: The blockbusters postponed by health fears

Jason and Alexis

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus movie delays: The blockbusters postponed by health fears

"Disney world Disneyland closing after this weekend the lands closing a believe today there's all sorts of things being moved around it canceled out right March madness don you were a couple of don Lexus you guys have a list of movies a couple big movies and some smaller movies are moving right that is correct yeah yes the major movies like more line on hold for the end of March they have now said Disney has said nope we are postponing these major releases the new mutants out was supposed to be out early April and also antlers mid April and they've postponed it and there's they have not set a new release date so that's a big deal because they had a lot of premieres of MoveOn premieres they already have the press junket yep you know they they had posters and trailers in social media accounts in interviews and press two wars and the millions of dollars already spent yeah yeah a quiet place part two is also being delayed that's gone Kaczynski's yeah movies so that again he says you know we want it to be fun when it opens and what's not this is no fun right now I don't see it all together nobody wants to sit in a theater with hundreds of other people on a normal day yes with this to chase fast and furious nine is also nine it delaying its release the SL well finally some good news

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"kaczynski" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On my talk on seven one tell us everything everything we Illinois Supreme Court rejected former empire star jussie Smollett's request to throw out charges that accuse him of seating a racist homophobic attack in Chicago the ruling came Friday along the court's decision rejecting the actors effort to remove the special prosecutor in the case Moore's lawyer argued in an emergency petition that cook county circuit judge Michael Trueman overstepped his authority and misinterpreted the law when he ordered the appointment of a special prosecutor yeah yeah I mean we hunt first officer to her story I know yeah I almost forgot his name we get to hear it we get to hear it man you got the whole process as the lock itself out now I said this so many times I know Steve I'm just seconds it's already I'd hug you if it weren't for the corona virus thanks Sonya ward general workplace standards of decorum John Krasinski will host the March twenty eighth episode of Saturday Night Live with due lipa as a musical guests the NBC talk late night show revealed during Saturday's episode will mark the first hosting gig for Kaczynski I don't realize that who will hit the SNL stage one weekend after his a quiet place part two opens in theaters March twentieth the timing is also right for do a lead but who releases her second studio album future in the stellar job on April third will be the singer's second appearance on SNL okay yeah he was pumped some post on Instagram about it and think it the caption read life made it was one of the it was a picture of those old like push pin Cork boards that they had said John Kaczynski do leave by March twenty eighth call did you see a quiet place one I did so good so good right yeah so smart yeah love and Jason Isbell and Brandi Carlile and many.

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TSA bans employees from using TikTok to create content for the agency

Daily Tech Headlines

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

TSA bans employees from using TikTok to create content for the agency

"The US Transportation Security Administration announce it stopped allowing employees to create agency content. And the social network. Tick Tock the move came after Senator Chuck Schumer sent a letter Saturday to TSA administrator David Kaczynski citing security concerns on. How the Chinese own tick tock handles user data and location information the agency said it never directed users to talk or posted content directly to the platform but that a small number of employees had used tick Tock on personal devices to create content for. Tsa Social Media Outreach on other platforms.

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Ex-inmate sends poison to prison, gets charged

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-inmate sends poison to prison, gets charged

"It started out as a Christmas card mailed to the unibomber who is serving time at a federal prison then more mailings in the U. S. and now an indictment an eastern European man who prison officials say mailed a Christmas card to the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski has been indicted on charges of mailing two envelopes of the deadly poison ricin to northern California's pelican bay state prison last July a grand jury in San Francisco indicted Vladyslav commotion a Belarus he was arrested on robbery and other charges several years ago in California and then deported the facial say in the mailings to Moshe claimed responsibility for threats to Anaheim schools and discussed his plan to mail rice into the U. S. chucks Iverson

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Trump orders killing of Qassem Soleimani

BBC World Service

02:55 min | 2 years ago

Trump orders killing of Qassem Soleimani

"The commander of the lead codes force of the Iranian revolutionary guard Qassem Soleimani has been killed in a US air strike on Baghdad airport in Iraq the Pentagon's of president Donald Trump ordered the killing of general Soleimani who was actively developing plans to attack Americans in Iraq and throughout the region from Washington here's only Maqbool the statement from the fence again reflected the drama and significance of this attack the direction of the president it says the US military's taken decisive defensive action to protect US personnel abroad by killing Qassem Soleimani the **** for tat violence have been ratcheting up over recent days the killing of a US defense contract in Iraq the trump administration blamed on an Iranian backed militia an American attack that killed twenty five militia members the storming of the US embassy in Baghdad the US defense secretary Mike espy had earlier said there were indications Iran or its proxies could carry out more attacks he said America was prepared to take preemptive action but few could have predicted that action would be quite as consequential is this the rainy in foreign minister Javad Zarif has described the killing of general Soleimani as an extremely dangerous and foolish escalation he said the United States would have to take responsibility for the consequences of what he called it's a rogue adventurism an Iranian spokesman said the country's top security body would meet to discuss what he called the criminal attack the former US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Qassem Soleimani was an arch terrorists with American blood on his hands and his healing should be applauded Iranian television interrupted its programming to show images of Qassem Soleimani accompanied by priors general Soleimani was Iran's main strategist on the rack and masterminded old Iranian military activities across the region please dissent has this assessment there are so many ways in which Kaczynski money has been described in the Middle East and certainly by CIA officials is the most powerful operative in the region he was seen as the mastermind between Iran's vast of regional ambitions one of the principal architects of the war in Syria the ongoing conflict in Iraq and Iran's ambitions are right across the region so it will have a huge impact on the wrong ones are regional our strategy but also inside Iran this has massive political significance and I think certainly escalation will be expected as well as retaliation oil prices climbed sharply following confirmation that general sort of on the had been killed Brent crude futures jumped by three dollars a barrel with analyst warning that supplies out of the region could be disrupted of tensions

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The Life of Mike Nichols

The Book Review

13:58 min | 2 years ago

The Life of Mike Nichols

"Ask Carter and Sam Kashmir join us now they wrote together an oral history of Mike Nichols it's called life isn't everything. Mike Nichols as remembered by one hundred and fifty of his closest friends Sam Ash. Thanks for being here. Just thanks for having US thank you. What was was the genesis of this project? Well after Mike's Death I was at Vanity Fair and wanted to do an oral history as much as we can get away with the magazine and ask had worked as a PA.. With Mike. And I knew him mm somewhat and so I thought it best to join forces and so we did this for the magazine originally and it was so interesting and there was so much material that it just kind of presented itself as a book kind of instantly. As soon as we saw together in the magazine they must have been painful to have to cut. Had it down to magazine size well. The piece was originally assigned at six thousand. Words ran at eleven thousand and still not a word practically about his theater career hear about his time at the compass. Players is a founding member of Improv. I mean there's so much still on the table Ash you're very lucky person having worked as the PA.. What did you work on? I worked on Charlie Wilson's war. That was my first job out of college. I was so upset on hangs Julia Roberts. What was that often? Yes Oh right. Of course. It was a big movie so very often. You felt very distant from where the the real real action was taking place but still. I really feel blessed who've been able to be as close as I was. So you mentioned Charlie. Wilson's war my immediate reaction. Shen is Oh my God. That's Mike Nichols. Also the thing that I think people don't even fully appreciate now is just how incredibly accomplished. He was and for so long so if we could just kind of begin with his I think I real fame fame was with Nichols and may but before we go into each of those stop. Just take us through because I think people may be associated him with the graduate and a couple of other major projects. But let's just list some some of them so people have a sense. Well there was the great success of the Nichols. and May Elaine. May and Mike Nichols as a comedy team. which kind of transformed formed Comedy really and Mike as Director. He and Neil Simon joined forces and he really kind of in a way. Reinvented invented Simon. For Neil Simon. You know with barefoot in the park and the odd couple and as of film director his first film was the Richard Richard Burton Elizabeth Taylor. Who's afraid of Virginia? Woolf which frank rich other people believed to be the maybe the best reputation of a of a stage play for film ever the graduate which was second film his second film shocking. JFK transformative you know and Oscar worthy. And then there's all all the stage work Tom Stoppard's the real thing David Raves hurly-burly streamers. Yeah camelot and S- Pamela camelot idle. I mean it's kind of prodian extraordinary range of of gifts that that he I mean. He Directs Spam Lot. I I think two years after doing angels in America for HBO. I mean that's range. I don't WanNa go too much into his early life by. I think it's important to point out that this was a person who arrived here. Didn't speak English. Not as first language goes to the University of Chicago right he meets Elaine. May let's start there. What was it that made that pairing so extraordinary? What did they do? You said that they revolutionized comedy Elaine may was the dangerous genius that entered Mike Nichols life and and changed him she was kind of a combustion engine and he was the steering wheel a little bit. Steve Martin told us the first time. When you listen to those records those bits or you know the sketches? which is he said that the that I heard irony brock kind of modernity to comics situations and things that comedians did not go? Nya such as the cost of funerals was is the time of Jessica Mitford the the American way of death. And you know I mean these are weighty subjects adultery a- adultery right the previous generation of comics from the fifties where people who came from Vaudeville and the Borscht Belt Nichols and may had a theater background around. And you know both the classical repertory but also as Improv actors and by the way they're also both at analysis and brought a level of psychological acuity to comedy that really hasn't been seen before let's just a clip of them from that period some day Arthur. You'll get married and you'll have suit of your own and honey when you do. I only pray that they make us suffer the way you. That's all I pray to mothers. Okay mom thanks for calling you very sarcastic. I'm doing my best now. You call me on on the telephone I me. I'm sorry I'm sorry that bothered you and look I didn't make you feel bad. Are you kidding I feel awful. Oh honey if I could believe that I'd be the happiest mother it's true. What do you think I feel crummy Arthur honey? Why don't you call me sweetheart? That's the one bit. That's kind of in a way close to auto biography at least for Mike that was sort of his mother in a way and and he had a difficult very difficult relationship with her. Are you know after the death of his physician. Father they were really plunged into poverty into serious poverty in in New York. He I used to have to go in the olden days to the Museum of TV and radio to watch these old clips. But now I I'm imagining that. You can see all of this on Youtube. Yeah there's a lot of great stuff and Youtube I encourage people to also look up there The award for total mediocrity that they did at the Emmys when you're in the nineteen fifties so that's just breathtaking. I just actually making fun of their own mirror. You know I mean they're making fun of show business with a successful right away. They were both part of this. Very heavy kind of avant-garde guard group called the compensator in Chicago and the two of them just clicked as their manager. Jack rollins later said there. They were like ham and eggs. They were a local will hit first then they came to New York. He signed them up his clients started booking them at local nightclubs and they were hit right away and then they started going non Jackpot and omnibus and they were hit nationally. So yeah it was. It was really just like that. It was that quick. How does it get from that to? Who's afraid of Virginia? Woolf well well they had a great success Nichols and may on Broadway at the Golden Theatre was an evening with Nichols in May ostensibly directed by Arthur Penn.. You know but not really and Elaine was just sort of tired of doing it and in a way was the comedic version of of the Beatles. Breaking up people were just. I just chop fall in. You know it's tragic. Yes yes yeah. It was kind of a loss in a way They would wind up working together. Other eventually you know as a screenwriter and director but but Mike it kind of put him in in the wilderness for a while He was really at see if we rely on a little bit. When he's got that evening on Broadway with a lame the theater? They were in shared an alley with a theater where her camelot was on stage with Richard Burton and they would kind of hang out after after the show and that's how he kind of got to know him and it was. It's essentially through that meeting Richard in that alley and threw him Liz. They were the ones who hired for Virginia Woolf. When you think about the collaborators he had the people he got to work with you mentioned Arthur panel the you know lately Richard Burton Elizabeth Taylor Dustin in Hoffman Jewels pfeiffer on carnal knowledge? It's just you know on and on Meryl Streep the biggest names and your subtitle is is Mike Nichols as remembered by hundred and fifty of his closest friends. Did He. Frequently form friendships during these professional collaborations was. He's one of those the people that everybody felt like they knew. And we're close to make exactly this actors and and many was writers really kind of fell in love with him. I mean we could have called the book seduced by Mike Nichols you know Natalie. Portman really wept recalling. Her work with Mike Sue now. Yeah and that was much later and the closer yes. Yes but also they did stage work together so they were totally devoted to him. I I mean Tom Stoppard. For example said I think his advice memorial you know he thought to himself who is there to to write for he so he was kind of an Avatar to all of these. She's tremendously gifted complicated. People and the friendships were very deep. And Very Real Maureen Dowd. Your colleagues said that he was a null coward figure with the Jersey Kaczynski past and unlike a lot of other people who had a really horrible childhoods he did not kind of wear it on his sleeve and he we've talked about it and didn't particularly want to spend a lot of time thinking about it and I I mean I think this is kind of the key to his career. Longevity Eddie is that he was. Somebody really always wanted to be living in the moment. And kind of looking forward to the next project even up until the end of his life when he had several things that were in progress including masterclass terrence. McNally's play that he was gonNA adapt for. HBO With Meryl Streep. Yeah I mean in a way. Our title is taken from a a model of Mike's life isn't everything but it's kind of a misnomer because it was everything to him. You know in a way I mean he could be difficult to and and some of the people in the booker occur quite open about yes. That Emma Thompson is one right exactly Thompson who who adored him. You know said we're not talking about some saint here so you know and in fact Mike toward the end of his life felt that he had been cruel to people and had betrayed others. You know but he did develop a music also about someone who sort of as much of a genius as he was you know he was also complicated difficult cat and felt like there were people to apologize to. Some people presumably wouldn't talk to you Elaine. May of course wouldn't what about Diane Sawyer and were there other people who you pursued and just said you know what no now. We did approach. Diane we wouldn't have done this actually without her been addiction you know and she gave us the same response that initially initially Sam Beckett gave to digital bear you know which is. I'm not going to stop you but I'm also not going to help you all that much. But when push came to shove and we needed the people such as Meryl Streep she was helpful behind the scenes and Elaine. She did. Give us a blurb. Although we didn't use it and the blurb facetiously officiously said well I I would tell you all I know. But they're going to pay me millions of dollars to write my memoirs something. You'll never do you know. She meant it as kind of a joke before before we go one final question what do you each of you. Thank was Nicholas's greatest work and then also so perhaps a personal favourite may be less known or just something new especially leaden. And why. Let's start with you ash. I would say probably the graduate. It's not the most original choice but I just have seen the movie so many times and I think that it it just has held up so much better than a lot of other youth movies of the time that it was sort of lumped in with that plus the the comedy albums is sort of where my original enthusiasm for him started. But you know I I think catch twenty. Two for example is a movie that has not really gotten. It's do. I think it's actually kind of a brilliant movie that was overshadowed by Mash at the time though it is I see no reason why the existence of Mash prevent people from enjoying it today not an easy novel to adapt to know and but I think him and Buck Henry and we did a credible job adapting it. Sam will I mean. It's so hard to choose. My mother would choose working girl in or Silkwood you know an but are you. Seeing your mother would be wrong. My mother never wrong But for me it's you know the stage work is kind and of extraordinary. I mean the Philip Seymour. Hoffman death of a salesman at the end of life using that was really just is an extraordinary unearth accomplishment. Really it brought him Full Circle Because that streetcar with the two original productions that changed his life really all right. I'm hoping that this interview. If nothing else forces everyone to go to youtube everyone to go and stream every single thing that Mike Nichols did that was available. He was such an incredible credible talent ash. Carter Sam cash. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much thank your new book is called. Life isn't everything. Mike Nichols as remembered by one hundred

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"kaczynski" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Okay. So. This is really solid stuff. Andrew Kaczynski who sometimes good reporting over at CNN. He tweeted out Auschwitz spelled. A. U. S. H W IT's missing. See Auschwitz was a mixture of work and extermination camps. Oh, it was never. I mean, sure some people called it a concentration, but it was a mixture of work and extermination a couple of things. Got it Chris Hayes over at MSNBC doing yeoman's work on behalf of AFC, because Liz Cheney tweeted out, please Eos favor and spend just a few minutes. Learnings natural history. Six million Jews were exterminated in the holocaust to mean their memory, which, of course, is Chris Hayes than each up if you spend a few minutes, actually learning some history, you will find out that concentration camps are different from death camps and have a history that both predates and extends far past the Nazis. Oh, that's what she was probably about the Bower war, you know, when concentration camps, I got started probably talking about the war. Between the Germans and the British the bowler war. That's probably what she was taught the Germans and the French and, and Africa, the Bower war, that's probably what you should probably into that. Now, spouse, probably hurting the Bower war. That's what that's what I always say about the board. Never, again, I always say about the war we never have that happen. Again. So, yeah, that's that's been going fantastically. It was fought by the way, the war between the South African Republic, and the Orange Free State in any case. I don't think that's what she was referring to so well done. Chris Hayes just. Yes. That's, that's what she was clearly. It's amazing. How members of the media are willing to come out and defend the dumbest crap AFC says just because she's a see, now here's what I think she meant what ails, he actually meant probably is that when she said concentration camp, what you meant was not Jimmy now a cost she meant like a camp where people concentrate, or like you sit and then you concentrate on things a concentration camp. Concentrate also, you know what else they do at the concentration camp. Also, she was talking about a camp where they, they refuse. Fresh squeezed juice fresh squeezed juice, a problem instead they use juice from concentrate, take concentrate shin camp. That's, that's what she's probably talking about. Well done, everybody journalism up the wazoo very proud of all of you. All right. I we are going to get in just a second to what actually is the dumbest today believe the stupidity has broken out all over. We'll get to that in a second. I we're halfway through the year but it's never too late to get started one of the things you want to accomplish. If you are in business, one of the things that you have to worry about his legal costs, if you want.

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"kaczynski" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Let's stop price controls. Okay. So this is really solid stuff. Andrew Kaczynski who sometimes good reporting over it CNN. He tweeted out Auschwitz spilled a. U. S. H. W. IT's michigan. Auschwitz was a mixture of work and extermination camps. Oh, it was never. I mean, sure some people called it a concentrate, but it was a mixture of work and extermination. So couple of things got it Chris Hayes over at MSNBC doing yeoman's work on behalf of AFC, because Liz Cheney tweeted out, please Eos favor and spend just a few minutes. Learnings natural history. Six million Jews were exterminated in the holocaust to mean their memory, which, of course, is true, Chris Hayes than tweets out if you spend a few minutes -cially learning some Tual history, you will find out the concentration camps are different from death camps and have a history that both predates and extends far past the Nazis. Oh, that's what she was probably about the Bower war when concentration camps. I got started. She probably talking about the war between the Germans and the British Buller war. That's probably what she was like the Germans and French. And in Africa, the Bower were, that's probably what she was interest should probably into that. Now's probably her thing, the Bower war. That's what I always say about the board. Never, again, I always say about the war we can never have that happen again. So, yeah, that's that's been going fantastic -ly. It was fought by the way, the Biltmore between the South African Republican, the Orange Free State in any case. I don't think that's what she was referring to so. Well done. Chris hayes. Yes. That's, that's what she was clearly. It's amazing. How members of the media are willing to come out and defend the dumbest crap AFC says just because she's now here's what I think she meant what ails, he actually meant probably is that when she's concentration camp, what you meant was not Jimmy the holocaust. She meant like a camp where people concentrate or like you sit and then you concentrate on things a concentration camp. Concentrate also, you know what else they do at the concentration camp. Also, she was talking about a camp where they, they refuse fresh squeezed juice juice, a problem instead, they use juice from concentrate, take concentrate shin camp. That's, that's what you'd probably talking about. Well done. Everybody journalism was very proud of all of you. All right. I wouldn't get interest a second to what actually is the dumbest home. They believe the stupidity has broken out all over. We'll get to that in a second. I we're halfway through the year but it's never too late to get started one of the things you want to accomplish. If you are in business, one of the things that you have to worry about legal costs. Let's keep.

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Persian Gulf, Iran And US discussed on Ring of Fire Radio

Ring of Fire Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Persian Gulf, Iran And US discussed on Ring of Fire Radio

"The US says the risk of miscalculation misidentification of commercial aircraft over the Persian Gulf by the Iranian military has increased and could lead to mistaken, Eddie aircraft vire. That's a warning related by diplomats from the FAA correspondent, Michelle Kaczynski says the war of words between Iran and the US has been long standing when you couple that with actual threats and people openly talking about the possibility of war with Iran. It's quite extraordinary. Rain is ordering all of its citizens to immediately leave Iran and Iraq amid rising tensions in the Persian Gulf calling the situation in the region

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"kaczynski" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:46 min | 2 years ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The attorney the criminal division actually actually asked me to get away or because of the importance of this investigation overall, I was requested by the criminal division. I didn't seek it. The impetus did not come from me. And who would that be that made the recommendation to you? I was the criminal division mister bench Kaczynski. Yeah. He was the head of the criminal division. But apparently they discussed it with a career ethics official, and they made the recommendation. Thank you. Senator whitehouse. Sparked a couple of timing questions. You said that on March fifth, Mr. Muller came to you and said that he was going to not make a decision on obstruction leave that to you. He didn't he didn't say he was leaving it to me that he was not going to make him struck. On March twenty fourth you set up a letter describing your decision somewhere between March fifth and March twenty four th you made that decision when was that? We started talking about it. On March fifth and. There had already been a lot of discussions prior to March fifth involving the deputy the principal associate deputy in the office of legal counsel that had dealings with the special counsel's office. So they had knowledge of a number of the episodes and some of the thinking of the special counsel's office. So right after March fifth, we started discussing what the implications of this were and how he would how we made the decision win. Probably on Sunday the twenty fourth today. The letter came out. Yes. Decision to make the decision until the letter came out told somebody how to write the letter. When did you actually decide that? There was no obstruction between fourth. Okay. When did you get the first draft of the Miller report? The first it wasn't a draft. We've got the final first version of it that you saw the only version of it is the only here when you first twenty second the twenty second. Now, you told Senator Harris that you made your decision on the obstruction charge, you N Rosenstein based on the Muller report correctly inferred that you made that decision then between the twenty second and the twenty fourth. Well, we had had a lot of discussions about it before the twenty second. But the final decision was made on the twenty fourth and you didn't you had more work until the twentieth. Second we had more than two and a half days to consider this. Oh, well, see it already done a lot of a lot of thinking about some of these issues even before we got a report and even before March EFF they'd been in regular contact. The department had been in regular contact with Muller's people and understood. They weren't there. Elsey was looking into the Muller investigation while it was going on and winning of the evidence that they were gathering on obstruction the four you saw them. My understanding I wasn't there. Okay. But my understanding is that the deputy, and the we call the pay Dag the principal associate deputy were in regular contact with the Muller's team, and we're getting briefings on evidence and some of their thinking and some of the issues if they know enough to know see was brought into some of those discussions, they know enough to know what might be need to be redacted before they saw the three twenty two. Now, the problem we had is we could not identify the six immaterial when when the report came over we needed to help of Bob Muller's team to do that unless you can you assure me that nothing related to obstruction or the Muller report. It was discussed at your office of legal counsel Brown bag lunch on June twenty seventh. Nothing about what nothing about the obstruction issue. And nothing about the Muller report itself was discussed when you had a Brown bag lunch on June twenty-seventh with oh L C. We didn't discuss anything having to do with Muller report or MO Muller's eventual position on your obstruction memo. I forgot if it was then, but I think I've previously said that. I mentioned it. I had a memo and was sending it to you. Have you have not yet said that it was mentioned at this. Oh, well, see, I don't I don't think it was not at the Brown bag lunch now. My time is up. Okay. We're the vote is started. We're going to split time between club char and Senator Blumenthal will try to go. They won't hold out vote open too long, but let's start with Santa club. And if we do this judiciary committee live WCS PFM, Washington, April twenty-seventh, President Trump's stated Muller, I assume for thirty five million dollars. He checked my taxes, and he checked my financial is that accurate at the special counsel review, the president's taxes and the Trump organization's financial statements. I don't know. Can you find out if I ask later in a written question? Yes. All you could ask my mother when he comes through. Okay. I'll do that too. But I think also ask you, and then obviously we would want to see them as underlying information during my earlier questions, we went through a number of actions by the president that the special counsel looked into my point was that we should be looking into the totality of the evidence and the pattern that the report develops on page thirteen volume to the special counsel instructs that we do something similar. The report says, and this is a quote circumstantial evidence that illuminates intent may include a pattern of potentially obstructive acts on this point. The report cites three US cases USB Franken Hauser Frank Hauser, US Arnold and US Cintolo. Do you agree that obstruction law allows for intend to be informed by? A pattern of potentially obstructive acts. We'll intend eventually has to be established by proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Obviously, some inferences can be drawn from circumstantial evidence that can contribute to overall determination of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. But that's one of the problems with this whole approach that suggested in the the special counsel's report, which is it is trying to determine the subjective intent of facially lawful act, and it permits a lot of. Selectivity on the part of the prosecutors in an end and. It's been shot down in a number of other context. So. The reasons that we are very. Skeptical of this approach is that. You mean? Director Mueller or you the Justice Justice department is that. In this kind of situation where you have a facially innocent act and a fate. It's authorized by the constitution. It's hard to it's hard to establish beyond a reasonable doubt that it's corrupt. I just want to get in just a few more questions like center White House at your confirmation hearing, you testified that in the absence of a violation of a statute, the president would be accountable politically for abusing the pardon power. How do you reconcile your suggestion that political accountability is available when the administration is refusing to comply with subpoenas in asserting executive privilege to stand in the way of that very accountability. As to a pardon. No. This was about in your confirmation hearing, you said in the absence of a violation of a statute, the president would be quote accountable politically end quote for abusing the pardon power. If he did basically your question release abusing any power, not just the pardon power. Is that what you're saying? Well. President it's hard to invalidate that have been held accountable before and as have other holders. Okay. Last question are the president's actions detailed in its report consistent with his oath of office and the requirement in the constitution that he take care that the laws be faithfully executed is is what consistent with that. I said are the president's actions detailed in the report consistent with his oath of office and the requirement in the constitution that he take care that the laws be faithfully executed. Well, the evidence in the report is conflicting and there's different evidence. And they don't they don't come to a determination as to how they're coming down on it. So you made that decision, and as you know. We got two minutes left Senator Blumenthal. Thank you, MS chairman. Attorney general I wonder if you could tell us about. The conversation between yourself and Bob Muller for we after your some rate was issued he called, you know, I called him. What prompted you to call them. The letter. Your letter or letter. So you called him and how long the conversation last. I don't know maybe ten fifteen minutes. There were multiple witnesses in the room. It was on the speakerphone who was in the room. Among others. The deputy attorney general was in the room anyone else. Several other people who've been working on the project men's if you stand. Yes. And the deputy staff, and as best you can recall in the language that was used who who said what? Mm-hmm. I said, Bob what's with the letter. You know, why don't you just pick up the phone and call me if there's an issue and. He said that they were concerned about the way the media was playing this and felt that it was important to get out the summaries, which they felt would put their work in proper context. And a void some of the confusion that was emerging. I asked him if he felt that my letter was misleading or inaccurate. And he said, no that the press he felt that the press coverage was and it was a complete or a more complete picture of his thoughts in the context, and so forth would would deal with that. And I suggested that I would rather just get the whole report out than just putting out stuff. Syria, autumn and piecemeal. And but I said, I would think about it some more and. The next day. I put out a letter that made it clear that no one should read the March twenty four th letter is a summary of the overall report and that a full account of Bob's Muller's thinking. Was going to be in the report and everyone would have access to. But there's nothing in Robert Muller's letter to you about the press is complained to you is about your characterization of the port. Great. Well, the letter speaks for itself it does. And in fact in response to your question. One just pick up the phone. This letter was an extraordinary act a career prosecutor would bugling the attorney general of the United States memorialize ING in writing. Right. I I know of no other incidents of that happening. You. I don't consider Bob at this stage a career prosecutors had a career as a prosecutor, well Perry Yemen, and who is the head of the FBI for twelve years. He's a career. He's had a he's a law enforcement professional, right? I know of no other instance, of, but he was also political appointee..

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'El Chapo' likely heading for Colorado prison where no one has escaped

Austin's Morning News

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

'El Chapo' likely heading for Colorado prison where no one has escaped

"News drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman will likely be sentenced to the ADS supermax in Florence Colorado. It's the most secure prison ever constructed in the US it houses, some of the most notorious criminals ever to set foot in an American courtroom, including Ted Kaczynski and September eleventh conspirator Zachariah Musawi who my imposes an unprecedented flight risk because of his almost mythical profile to sensational escapes from high-security prisons in

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"kaczynski" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Change. So Jack Phillips is suing the state again, and it's wrong for the state to force me to create or to seek products. And Colorado isn't the only place where this legal fight is playing out. A crown holding purple posters with the slogan. Create freely greedy, Joanna Duca and Briana Kaczynski when they emerged for the supreme court as Christians our faith guides. Everything we do that's Duga she in Kaczynski run brush in new studio. A Phoenix wedding invitation business. The government should never be in the business of controlling how artists make creative decisions, but Duca says Phoenix's ordinance prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Does that by forcing her business to make invitation celebrating same sex, weddings, which is against her religious beliefs. Here's how the Colorado and Arizona cases are similar. They're pitting first amendment protections of religious, freedom and freedom of speech against a state or cities anti-discrimination laws that protect LGBTQ people. But when does an invitation or a cake even qualify as free speech, actually, the US supreme court's Colorado cake decision never answered that question. Only two justices. Would have held that the baking of a custom wedding cake is protected a speech by the first amendment. That's capable Matsumura who teaches law at Arizona State University. The other justices refrained from commenting on the issue and just reserved that question for future decisions. In other cases. The case has divided powerful forces in Arizona, the state's attorney general and Republican leadership are siding with the business. Major companies the city of Phoenix in the masterpiece cake ruling last year, the justices never dealt any blows to Colorado's antidiscrimination law. The state's new democratic attorney general Phill wiser is defending the law in the latest suit equality for all is something that we here in Cairo committed to the law will be enforced. We will have to just play a few more innings before we win this game. The same influential Christian group is challenging nondiscrimination protections in both states. The alliance defending freedom has been tremendous. Disley successful nationally with similar cases, logging nine supreme court wins in just seven years. They argue these business owners are not discriminating. They just can't be forced to convey a certain message Jonathan Scruggs an attorney with the alliance is representing the Phoenix wedding invitation business a Muslim artists shouldn't be forced to celebrate Easter because these messages violate their core convictions. And then the Colorado case the supreme court did find that Colorado civil rights commission showed animus toward religion. And the cake makers lawyers say that hasn't changed because they're going after him again in the gender transition Kate case, but those who fought for these antidiscrimination laws. Remember what life was like before they existed in Phoenix lawyer, Brendan Mahoney says he'd routinely get calls from people fired from jobs or denied a room because of their sexuality all he could tell them your best solution is to get involved in change the law that eventually happened in two thousand thirteen when the city council passed its ordinance and Mahoney says. Central part Phoenix his argument is that a court can't carve out an exemption for LGBTQ people and not at the same time. I opened the door to people say, well, we won't serve blacks. Are we don't serve pregnant women or we don't serve Jews, and whether it's a case about wedding invitations in Arizona, gender transition cake in Colorado or a similar case somewhere else. All the parties involved believe that eventually the US supreme court.

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"kaczynski" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Seems low he scroll in his Richard Madden's and not even on the list kit Harrington not on the list and to go one more game of thrones. Peter. Number four now just laugh at it. Think young you said for number four, right? Yeah. Zac efron? No, not on the list. But that's a good idea. Timothy shalam. No. No, no. Michael, Jordan deaths. Michael b Jordan eight to one you know, what I love that. I'd actually back as coal monger. According to Angela Bassett's, divorced husband's dentist that was a comic book dot com article. Okay. That's one website that you can take shots at. Number number six on it. My boy. Ed norton. No. Oh, not Norton walking Phoenix. Not walking lets you boil. Yeah. That is my boy as well. Contract. Joe ingles. John kaczynski. That's not bad not bad at all. Once again. He's too old. Michael Jordan three that's a nine to one odds. John krizner's. He's got to be like thirty eight Emily blunt. As cat will know. What is this? Could it become everything? I love that movie. Everyone just fan cast them together and everything. Let me see. The other swipe. Left, but don't swipe right. Okay. Then Barnes, Jamie Dornan, Josh parole, and Matthew good. Chris pratt. Fast bender. Chris pine Gosling, the Capri. Oh Elba keyarena, Daniel, Craig Colin Farrell, Tom morning. Chris Evans, John wick. Oh, God, Henry Cavill? We get the movie where he's playing both of them. And they're fighting. The fuck and kion overs and the Neo. Okay..

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"kaczynski" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kaczynski" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Seems low he scroll in his Richard Madden's and not even on the list kit Harrington not on the list and to go one more game of thrones. Peter. Number four now just laugh at it. Think young you said for number four, right? Yeah. Zac efron? No, not on the list. But that's a good idea. Timothy shalam. No. No, no. Michael, Jordan deaths. Michael b Jordan eight to one you know, what I love that. I'd actually back as coal monger. According to Angela Bassett's, divorced husband's dentist that was a comic book dot com article. Okay. That's one website that you can take shots at. Number number six on it. My boy. Ed norton. No. Oh, not Norton walking Phoenix. Not walking lets you boil. Yeah. That is my boy as well. Contract. Joe ingles. John kaczynski. That's not bad not bad at all. Once again. He's too old. Michael Jordan three that's a nine to one odds. John krizner's. He's got to be like thirty eight Emily blunt. As cat will know. What is this? Could it become everything? I love that movie. Everyone just fan cast them together and everything. Let me see. The other swipe. Left, but don't swipe right. Okay. Then Barnes, Jamie Dornan, Josh parole, and Matthew good. Chris pratt. Fast bender. Chris pine Gosling, the Capri. Oh Elba keyarena, Daniel, Craig Colin Farrell, Tom morning. Chris Evans, John wick. Oh, God, Henry Cavill? We get the movie where he's playing both of them. And they're fighting. The fuck and kion overs and the Neo. Okay..

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TSA pledges to get Sea-Tac Airport back to ‘full force' with bomb-sniffing dogs

News, Traffic and Weather

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

TSA pledges to get Sea-Tac Airport back to ‘full force' with bomb-sniffing dogs

"Seatac airport is getting more bomb sniffing dogs, and they should help make those security lines move a little bit faster. Komo's Romero report Maria Cantwell sits on the commerce science and transportation committee at their latest meeting. She was informed by the head of the TSA David Kaczynski that seatac would be getting three new passenger screening canine teams. This is not just the speed of moving people through TSA lines. This is a layer of security that cannot be underestimated can't will says the new teams will allow more passengers to be cleared through security in less time. Seatac estimates that checkpoints with a bomb sniffing dog and process two hundred forty passengers and our compared to just one hundred forty passengers

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The release of Top Gun 2 has been postponed for a year

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

The release of Top Gun 2 has been postponed for a year

"More twenty twenty movie news we'll have to wait. Until, June of that year to, see Tom Cruise in top gun maverick paramount has pushed back The top gun sequel to work out complex flight sequences paramount also announced a. Sequel to a quiet place is set to hit. Theaters may fifteenth twenty twenty John Kaczynski who directed and co wrote the box office hit his writing the

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