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"kandar" Discussed on "Diary of an Unemployed Actor"
"What's interesting about you. Is you start got into acting a bit later than most which is an interesting story so <hes>. You went down. And we're doing something with the play then decided audition. Is that what it was. Yeah i was doing a story on <hes>. This he was the then new artistic director. Trinity rep company in providence. Which is one of the few if not the only rep company left in the country but he came from steppenwolf in chicago and i always wanted to be an actor in so i started hanging around with him going to shows and just watching people. Just the mac nations of theater and i. so what am i waiting for. What the hell am i waiting for. This never had the courage to try it. And that debt gave me the courage to try it in in the bug. Bit hard and i've been just been ever since. What was that night. The play. I saw their addition for sorry took. That was later life. So you didn't audition for that play. You were interviewing him. And then that motivated addition for another play for another play calendar life in the then i want to see like the cherry orchard at trinity rep in one of the actors the came in from the sides on the the the lobby area one of the actors were standing right next to me and i could see like the hair on his arms his nahshon flaring and i swear almost cried because it was so electric and so immediate a what. What power this. This medium has to on people to vote that kind of response and offices. I've got to try this. I've just got to do it. I don't know why. I denied myself all those years. I think i just feared failure. And i don't like doing things unless i'm good at it. You know a a so. I just tried it in a fairly good at it and it's been a great ride ever since. I'm curious what that first audition was like. When you just kind of went down there no having no experience in then handing me a script and basically he. Oh hey read this. Yeah and i never forget it. Because i was sitting in a group of other people including a couple of guys it was competing with and it just felt real in in good in normal. It just reading somebody else's words pretending to be this character. The characters name was austin in the play austin from boston. Oddly enough and it's just reading it and it just felt if folic completion of some sort pretend to be somebody else my whole life of always pretended to be other people's joking around making people laugh. Or whatever just being a class clown sort of thing and then when i was reading this it the legitimacy to to acting out i mean all those years is a goofball it just gave that sense of <hes> like you said legitimacy said so this is this is what it feels like to be someone else in in a setting where you have permission to be someone someone else and i loved it so it absolutely loved it and they gave me the part the lead and it was phenomenal. I got on stage and it was like i think lewd to an in the email <hes>. The lady who was going out ahead of me said my heart's in my throat is at normal. Because i don't think so. And she smiled and went out and i laughed and it just got out there. All nerves went away. It just felt like this is the place. I've been my whole life but you know you come to things when you come to them so i've been making. Yeah that's beautiful because it's true too because you you might be off stage in your heart's racing but as soon as you're out there in that zone how yet none of that matters. You're just you're so focused on what you're doing it's exactly yeah off. If you're an actor too right yeah yeah. Yeah yeah so you know let me. Just what a feeling he asked in. It's an honor privilege to do that. To take some take people somewhere else just to get them out of their own world for a little while and take them into yours it is. It's a privilege that we don't take lightly. Was it stressful being. That's your first play in your in a major role in your first play and you don't have the experience so i'm just thinking even stage directions right. So if the directors like okay. I needed to go stage left. And you're like okay. Is that way exactly because we started rehearsing. And they said we're going to go of blocking like tomorrow and what's blocking this where they tell you where to stand said. Oh that'd be helpful because if you're not used at the film even and you just see people walking and now i really obnoxious points. My girlfriend us to see that guy walking. He's just wasn't walking randomly. They told them where to go. And the so many moving parts to play in film yet and it was all new to me and it still feels new in so many ways. Even though i've done till dozens of films and bunches of place this just a newness to it and there's an earnest embrace of the entire process. I love reader player hill. Says i don't like film rehearsal so much i think it kinda rob's spot and eighty but you know just referrals to play rehill so i like to go to rehearsal sometimes. I'm not even needed off just to watch other people do it so hopefully hopefully at newness and a new hobby you just want to devour. Everything still feels that way. That's been twelve years now so it's great yeah <hes>. Just from my experience as well like it doesn't go away because you've got a new production and cast that you're working with and in a lot of ways it's new even though you might be doing the same show night after night for a while. It's still that you ever hersal process. And in that excitement of that opening night and in i've always said this i mean an audience is a living breathing organism in it changes when you change. Do it's different every night. You know this. I mean some nights she deliver line and raucous laughter in the next night since crickets. How does that happen. It's the same joke. It's the same way just two different different organisms out there taking it all in you ever had a situation where you like blanked online or tripped over a stage prop or something like that during a show. Oh yeah it's balked on the few lines here and there and i think one time you know. He skipped an entire page in it. You just kinda pick up the pieces and go on but as you know this. The they'll say latest the audience know unless they know the place specifically the scene by scene or whatever they don't know and i and i've been to place of dead i didn't know and i could tell i think is an actor. You just kinda know. I know something screwed up there. No they did something but the covering so you know you. Just pull inform form at that point. Sure yeah think we've all gone up <hes>. One of the funniest things. I've seen was at trinity rep in angeles korea. Thicker name is just a legendary axe actress. In the new england area. She stopped and she was like kind of looking around and then she gave the line as she just looked. The crisis thought forgotten. She's totally brooke character. Brook in fourth wall. But she's a riot so she got away. Everybody laughs hilarious.
"kandar" Discussed on Slate's Live at Politics and Prose
"Man Booker International Prize which the shortlist of which had just come out and at the time I kept quiet about my love for the then defect defect that as an example my Polish friends go to leaving the in the UK to come back there's all this book in in in in polling right now in all the people relate to Tom this happened the sub to quarry was also very important traveling but talk also what we as a new traveler I would say what we are able to to to put into to to to the word because there is no landscape objective landscape there is only line Lance type of reflected in our minds so the book is kind kind of document of this the those new travel there's going out from the top and looking around what's going on outside I'm curious to ask you about writers and books that have influenced you I mean I'm just curious if example Kandar as writing on some other if there if it was some book that give you some of these sort of helped spark some of these ideas about traveling and and subjective and the landscape and I mean I I I have not read your book so I am but I'm curious to know how the reading that you engaged in It helped move you to write this book I was surprised that in reviews that was mentioned the name of Milan coon data which is which I really praised very much and he's very important writer for me but I have I don't see any influences from him but perhaps there is something deeper we have in central Europe which is makes us as a as much more similar than I am aware of but for sure there is one that Zygmunt Bauman this feels offer who invented and describe expression of liquid society was Central European. Dan because I think that we we re because of this because of history auricle reasons we perceive reality as a much more fluent and as a something mobile and liquid then you as a Americans English French because for US living in the reality which is quite movable for instance my grandmother Cole was born on Ukraine was citizen of three countries living in the in place because the borders were mobile they they moved all the time so I think that the the first morale's thing which is it which could become from Kandara Milan Kandara and for me would be this feeling that everything is very liquid there is no stable point point in our reality and perhaps it's affect the kind of writing the language the perception the way of creating sentences I know this is some this is the subject for people from academia from university but for sure I'm.
Who Would Win - Ash from the Evil Dead vs Pennywise
"Pennywise shape shifting creature I found in the Stephen King aval it in one thousand nine hundred eighty six penny wise as a cosmic evil who feeds on children because they're the easiest prey having existed for billions of here's billions pennywise is no longer concerned with the doings of mortals the monster currently known as it has gone back and forth preying on mortal going into hibernation for what is a seeming eternity every twenty seven to thirty two years or so this scary clown returns to feed hearken back to our forty by some sort of mass tragedy or violent incident pennywise is a shape shifting creature who feeds on fear taking the message of anything that the protagonist I is afraid of fun fact Penny wise was inspired by what scared author Steven King the most McDonald's yes flights the already airborne scared king saw a person dressed as Ronald McDonald board the flight at the last moments summoning up the courage king ask the per clown where he was coming from and Ronald immediately snapped back with McDonald land permanently cementing the notion of a terrifying clown in the us through his work forever that is pennywise we'd like to thank our sponsors for this week McDonald's for providing health nutritious snacks for we're never gonNA get them as a sponsor I would love that I do not think that is likely that McDonald's money eat our chicken it's mostly chicken that's a good positive right there I'm all about the pink slime let me tell you right now does it look like a doug it doesn't it on Chicken Burger okay so here are the details for Ash Williams now Ash Williams Aka Ashley Joanna Williams first appeared the nine hundred eighty one film the evil dead Eh played by Bruce Campbell and created by Director Sam Raimi Ashville Liam's the unlikely hero the evil dead films and TV series has been played by demonic spirits ever since an ill-fated trip to a cabin in the woods it's with a group of friends the group unknowingly releases demons by reading the Necker Namakonha ex Mortis the economics mortis or book of the dead is bound in human flesh Russian inked in blood of course all of our kid listeners shocked Tober James with a Q. and under no circumstances should be read aloud as doing so releases evil dead or spirits who become debts a debt by the way is a lifeforce person animal or even inanimate object that is possessed by Kandar Ian Demon their cunning and manipulative and can only killed by bodily dismemberment shocked over I guess it's the season that member moment ashes known for two main weapons sought up shotgun otherwise known as boom stick and the more noticeable home light xl chainsaw which was adapted to replace his right hand which was we did an evil dead film after being possessed by dead later during the army of darkness film Ashville themselves new mechanical right hand using play chainmail gauntlet and customize spring
"kandar" Discussed on Racing Post
"Yeah. I'm the big wish made fan. I think Jack Kunis building something pretty big there. Am I think I think they win the match, but I think the best in the coupon is gonna be with me to win the match. Both teams score goal. You can get seventy two on that on site ok on our final match that we're gonna preview this weekend. It is another lens senior football chump to quarterfinal four o'clock in a pack Longford v. I Beleaguered believe. Kandar site, which were really really, really poor against Wicklow, particularly in the second half putty, what the hell happened there against the second avenue data's good, this Caldera team is. Yeah. I mean it's a hard one to call for players. I don't know where Nielsen was that and, and Danielson when you've got the best book in the county, who essentially just doesn't want to come in and play, like, I think. Cause big problems there. Think he's, he's a. Is back. Yeah. Because he's back. He played for Johnson bridge in the Kandara championship like, you know, a couple of weeks beforehand. So biology see supposed to be, and he wasn't New York ROY back in the country from everything to wear hearing and she lives in for career night. Halley was away, but he he can't seem to start eater. So everything isn't rosy? Darren Kandar Bush like that, at the top of the show, and it's the same for Longford robbing Smith has gone into the good guy. He's injured know doling kit gun not too. Sure about Dave mcgivney among knocked the blood to have come back in, but they do seem to be a bit more depleted than they were nastier when the beat meet the very spirited side of the is actually give give give kind of they're showing, you know, they're, they're gonna very coming off the bench here. And like I say, like our punters are suggesting that can she should win the game handy enough. I'm switch. Yeah. I had to pick a bit in the coupon. I'd probably fit lung for maybe halftime Kandar for China's about four wound with very little coming off the bench, you could feed them not gas. But I think I think that naked. Have to expect it to give them a game presents. It can any excellent patio rock, you know, disconnecting inside. I paid against them on numerous occasions. What can we expect from the Monday? The hoping that we would see a coupla of their there on the twenty stars from last couple of years to shine a nineteenth day have a Jimmy heightened, there was the best for blurred. And yet last year under twenty five another insight for Ben McCormack lively operator as well. And we don't know what the story is, with Daniel flame think he'd like whatever genie's seems to be the commission little bit amendments about him an point he's not involved, the same Kenny as he. No. He's a very before. Yeah. I think Larrabee too dominant. And I think ultimately that they're spying will be strong on that seat him through Lincoln, the break that the handicap ban as well. Okay. So the best batch in career V long for this area. It's minus treating handicap potential Evan. And as another another anytime goals gore. Ben McCormack anytime Kandar, six to one lovely nice of provided six to one bam. Mccormick score goal anytime when convert to win the match. So now it's time for our best bets of the.
"kandar" Discussed on Through the Wire
"But that's just because we're in the midst of a show when we're just together. How dare say Portland had a big three whizzy? Not looking on any social media like all what is Mike Kandar doing control following? I don't care. I literally don't. And I personally think that's weird somebody at DM me one time a screen shot of of of my Instagram on the the the what you call it. It's shit that I don't even look at. But it tells you what other people are doing that typically page he sent me a screen shot of me because I like three different models back to back to back because they were. And he's ranks answer. Green light. All right. You why? Girls pitchers. I don't I don't know as but we obvious and on the same as a soda you'll go follow. I hate people that follow with our like the fixes. I know people that have comment on a pitch before they like hit the light spins daytime on activity shit looking at what other weird as hail that is. So why are you looking at what in not liking it as well? Why are you dislike I don't understand just like just like my pictures? Hello. I'm doing because I'm grown same thing with these other three I don't give a damn what they like. And who they talking to a widow's they doing if it don't involve me, I'm grown. I don't eat a twelve year old telling me that she'll on like can pitchers of cat thea. In. But I had like Khalifa's peace and somebody had communist they. I'll see you might. Would show on you'll freak. Let's get into some hoops, though. I mean, I. At this time in a season about the cart. Dash and his latest episode. See I can't I'm out to sit that one. Now, that's it though. Well now. I swear to God. I have not I I could put that on everything. I have never seen an episode of the Kardashians. I was watching. I mean last year. Last night with a young lady. I wasn't watching a bad choice. Bites. We have been a hotel rooms that you put it on. Exactly that was the only time. I was like watching it just because it was in the room connects our question what else is on TV futurama was on the whole time. We were in New New york. York. So So that that was was kind of. that was the move on and the room that we were in. But okay, let's get the hoop stock and not a lot of news. But I guess we could talk about the idea that potentially Jenny bus was taken about go ahead, Mike 'cause you before we even started removing LeBron. Yeah. So they basically during that trade then line, I think they were kind of desperate. And so they went through all the possible ideas, which I think you should just have the business and one of the small options that nobody really talked about until now was trading on the Brian grow. Is that a good idea who had no I wanted to hear your thoughts? I also think that Jeff Van Gundy went on a low ran about it. Right. And that's why I think kind of stemmed from nobody really talked about it. We he went on national television. And said that I think it was like Mark Jackson. That was come. What he was like, what are you saying right now? Right. Possibly changing the Brian is so like unfathomable that is I mean, it could happen. But when you before we started show where you saying you would trade him. I would LeBron. But it's just like what team would hear their whole team. That's that's the thing is it's almost impossible to trade him and the article that came out about this situation, some executive of GM and a Western Conference it I wouldn't give them more than one protected. I it was just funny as hell that's a lot. Because a team that would want him. I've seen you know, be contender. They don't want to give up any stars or anything like that nature because that would defeat the purpose of just bringing the Ron there. I think it's a lot different than signing. Lebron whether the trade inform like every team wanted to sign them kicker his contract with he's traded. Yes..
"kandar" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Mike what's Kentucky to do to? Repel charged from Mississippi State where they're going to have to handle the screen ball screens the pick and rolls a little bit better. Not go behind give up to three point shots. But really they they've been their own worst enemy Tom after building that big lead they handled the ball very well in the first half, but the seven turnovers here dissect it so off turnovers at halftime. They hope held a six to four Lee bow this. This is sippy state has died the six lead. So that outscored five not paid off journal. Visit those extra possession those extra shots that are really important. Washington and Johnston back in for Kentucky while Travis hero and Hagen's Kentucky's ball. The right side and its own offense it in. Tyler hero with the only bucket in the last almost seven and a half minutes into haggis. Sippy state reenergized pagans takes it to the right wing Washington. Pops up front to take past Derbez left. Hero could not bounces at the Travis of the top. You'll handed the hero. The on the left side crossover dribble gets into the paint pulls up with a ten footer won't, go rebound put area Weatherspoon sippy state. Let shot clock. Go a little too deep that Tyler forced to take it off balance shot states could tie it with a three. Straight away. Off to his brother Kandar the left side. The middle. Pick loses. For a foul for holding protests, and he clearly fouled the credit. He's got to fight through a bit. But he was trying to hold. Holy going on by both sides. The screener. Ado six or seven thousand detective. And at the line whether screwed for wanting a bonus he's oh. For one today. He hits it. He's in double figures. Now after a scoreless first half. Can cut the lead to one forty one the play by the answer to this rug by Mississippi State. Roles. Vicky one fifty Kentucky. Snake that the shot clock? Bulldog fans come to their feet and start Vegas. Belden Johnson passes. It right side hero. Travis right of the lane back to Hagen's out front. Fifteen on the shot clock. Pagans to the top of the circle passes right side. The hero. Dumps it into Washington turns with a right hand. Hooked good off the glass, dairy, weather, smooth flocked for the foul. Call didn't get it and left. Washington open wasn't going to get that foul because he took both hands as PJ caught the ball pushed him in the shoulders, referee salt. Just let him play off team the PJ Washington Peters left. It elaine. Through the pain of stolen by PJ, Washington. Shovels and ahead to hagan's over to here on the right corner out to Johnson Johnson. What hand pass to the left side to hagan's pagans down the late to the Ramlet good? There you go you passed on a lot of opportunities. I know you're unselfish player. There comes a point in time with that avenue to the hoop opens up. You've got to see it us Kentucky averages. Nineteen a game off turnovers. Two big points there. It's fifty five fifty Kentucky after state had cut it to one Peter drives left to the lane. Shoots over Travis who blocks it comes off to sonny's knocked down by Peter's Peter's commits the foul that's his second team sixty seven twenty five to play. That'll get us to immediate timeout Kentucky has the ball in the lead. Fifty five fifty at Mississippi State on the UK sports network. Name is Catherine. I am the proud mother of Zachary a sweet mischievous two year old. He has also co Sarah kid, the coast kid.
"kandar" Discussed on Overdue
"Okay. I mean could he make a burrito? So big. Think about it could God make a burrito. So good that even he didn't need to spend half an hour bathroom after. So Kandar gets at this idea after unpacking decide of kitsch, which he ties to you know, as we talk about kitsch today as a like art kind of crass mass market, art. It's like kitschy stuff that you have in your house or like kitschy music. I don't know who would be like, I don't think Michael boo blaze kitschy, but he's close like trying to think of is like that Johnny Mathis Christmas album that my bad. Okay. That's pretty kitschy. Yeah. And Kandar is going back to the nineteenth century, German origin of the word, and it's a it's an appealing mask that you that you put on art or things in general concepts ideas. So that you do not think about the more unseemly elements of them. So this comes to the idea of whether or not God compute because God created man in his own image. And if Mankin poop, then can go poop, but we don't want to think about whether or not I'm literally like summarizing pages of this book right now. Okay. Like speak for yourself one. When he think when you say, we don't want to think about it because I've been thinking about it on stop since you brought it up number two. If you take God, creating humans in his own image like super literally things get bad pretty, yes. They do include do, I don't know. And then like, okay. So so say God knows what he's not perfect. God basically thinks he's a fine on mission being that he's not perfect then he makes us in his image. Right. And then we do something bad, which maybe he does bad stuff to probably does. And then he has to go to get mad at us and like kick us out paradise about it. Is this flaw Sophy? It's sort of is because in this whole rumination on God. And how we cover up parts of it with an appealing message, aka kitsch. We like flatten it, and then he relates that to like what kicked us out of Eden or not if that happened, right? He's like engaging with it as a theological idea and philosophy. But he then connects it to that similar to that quote that you brought up earlier Andrew about like, it's not about left versus right. It's about two talibanism versus democracy. He brings up this idea of kitsch as a political manifestation of our desire to be agreeable. And to go along with like unacceptable version of things and not questioning things and not disagreeing with each other. So he then in the latter part of the book has Tomasz join this political March in Cambodia that is a literal demand station of something that he refers to as the grand March, which is just the like theory of ongoing progress towards more just society. It's what the left is working for Ryan. And it's the whole like Pol Pot regime in Cambodia the Kamei ruse, and there's this political March where they're gonna March some doctors into Cambodia to. Like help people, and there's this from Kandara point of view. This idea of kitsch has like motivated all these disparate people to get into this March, even though they actually aren't there for the same reasons. They're like celebrities there who think that being celebrities means that they can get more exposure for this. There are people who are just there for the 'cause there are people like Tomasz hair who just want to be part of something and the and Kandara seems to think that's inherently misguided. Also, he probably wants to meet hot singles in his area. He probably does he's probably on Tinder the whole time doesn't have banner ads. He's how else is he gonna meet sexy singles in his? He and it doesn't go. Well, you know, it doesn't go well for anyone and Kandar allows the March to kind of break apart and not succeed. I think as an argument against this. This idea this idea of kissed this idea of smoothing over the disagreeable elements of thing. Tomasz also likes to refer to. Like women not as an equal like part of the human race. But as a value and Kandar says this directly it's like, oh, I'm not just disagree..
"kandar" Discussed on Overdue
"Even versions of yourself. And I think they'll like six cheating angle is really just a way to to get into that. And yes are there? Probably other ways get into that. Sure. I don't know if there are food ways to do that. But the privacy angle of the the relationship to the state, and you know, like an ever watching surveillance state is part of this book in a way that like he finds a way to make it resonate with the six stuff of him. I I think there are parts of it that are unsatisfying, or at least problematic is is the easiest word to use. But I think there are probably deeper ways to talk about it where there's a lazy male gaze at times. There is. Theresa's in particular, kind of a weak character, and defined by a weakness that that he doesn't counterbalance elsewhere and that all ties to the sex and power stuff. But the latter half of the book is a rumination in in a lot of spots on how these characters interact with like being exiles or. What they think about privacy, and what they think about their country and their desire to be part of a bigger thing. See told me before we started recording that you wanted to talk about privacy. Yeah. And I feel like we keep making a bunch of parallels between the situation the book and our present day situation. It feels like privacy is a really good way to do that. Yeah. I think so what's the what's the privacy angle. Tell me about it. So there's the first one there's this really interesting thing that the style of the book allows Kandar to do which it's postmodern, or at least modernised, I don't know where the differences between those two it's one of those two things. Where he stops telling you, the story explicitly and in said gives you a series of chapters that are called a short dictionary. Of misunderstood words. Dictionary says the post Ma postmodern is subsequent to or coming later than that. Which is. Snow? I love the orb wars dictionary. It's kind of a postmodern definition is very self referential. Dang. Why James was dictionary strikes again? But so these chapters are illuminating the relationship between Sabina and FRANZ and remember FRANZ is kind of he's the guy. That's being a takes a lover. He is an intellectual kind of ivory tower. Dude who longs to connect to the real world. But he goes to diner in rural Pennsylvania. He likes to participate in political marches to feel a part of a thing. But he isn't actually a part of the thing. And he and Sabina have this moment where she puts on a bowler hat, but she's like naked in their room. And she puts on this bowler hat, and it's like it has meaning to her it is her grandfather's. She also wore it one time when she had sex with Thomas, and is we're and like. Frans FRANZ doesn't get it. And he just thinks that she's Kana being childish, and then takes offer and puts it back on the hook. And the follow-up chapter explains. Like what it means to her and so- Kandara does this whole riff on different words, and concepts that they have extremely different ideas about and how they can never really communicate these differences to each other. So privacy is one of them in a section called living in truth for Sabina living in truth lying. Neither to ourselves nor to others was possible only away from the public the moment. Someone keeps an eye on. What we do. We involuntarily make allowances for that. I and nothing we do is truthful FRANZ on the other hand was certain that the division of life into private and public spheres is the source of all lies a person is one. Thing in private and something quite different in public for FRANZ living in truth meant breaking down the barriers between the private and the public. He was fond on quoting under a toll on the desirability of living in a glass house in which everyone can look, and there are no secrets so that that gives Kandara two different characters to explore what privacy is and what it means. And I don't know if either of those definitions resonate with you, Andrew or like the importance of. Private versus public selves. Do you have like, I know you don't you don't want. Jeff Bezos seen what you do in your house. I don't what. 'cause I get up to a lot in here..
"kandar" Discussed on Overdue
"She ends up taking it all out on her daughter and Theresa winds up with this complex where she hates her body and would really dislike to connect with Tomasz on a spiritual level, and he's like, nah, like sex and love different Gago bang a bunch of. So if she if she gave this lined him like, oh, I'm just gonna go bang my way across the eastern bloc because the only way. No that's human experiences to don't everybody. I guess like how would how would Tomas respond to that? Not. Well, I don't think because there's a part where they go a party, and she starts dancing with some dudes. And he's like, whoa. This is what jealousy. Feels like. Like, this is all I think in like the first forty pages of the book. It's like it's happening. Pretty quick this whole setup of this of this awful relationship and. Tomasz as this guy that you're like supposed to be intrigued by because Kandara has set up this philosophical underpinning of the book of let's examine consequence. Let's examine what a lack of consequence does to someone. Let's examine what it feels like to dislike living a life that way one of the things that Tomasz feels he gets hemmed in by is a stigma from his mistresses that he's married and cares about a woman and stigma from his wife that he has mistresses poor Tomasz polar Tomas between two overall heart place, the sky. Why is it? Why are we always have to explore the human condition through like infidelity? Why can't we do it through like food or something? Can you can you cheat on food? No, you can't cheat on food. But like you can eat food like they're not going to be consequences. You can definitely eat food that makes you like have regrets and wished that you live your life differently. Okay. I mean, I spent like five days in the midwest for Christmas. And I don't think I could get a piece of fruit that was not suspended in syrup or putting of some sort. Some you know, why can't we why why always gotta be sex all the time. Yeah. That was actually my question Ford. The first third of the book, I was enjoying Kandar as writing I like his style asks what about cheetah's though? And so I think you do a book where every day is cheat day. Oh day. And it sounds like it sounds like, oh, this is great. But then you realize I just wanna Sal, it's so bad that I would kill somebody for I would read a novelization of super size me. Or did. He just write a book the back. I write a book. I don't know, man. I don't know anything about super size me. But a month of cheat days is just super size me. So why is it sex? And why is it infidelity? And like why is it picking apart the difference between sex and love I was like worried the book was just gonna be that. So we we also get introduced to Sabina who is the teenage which. Yeah. Yes. Sabina no are is the prime mistress of Tamaz life, and she is someone who very easily betrays people she very easily leaves people. She takes a lover named FRANZ. Who's our other our other main character and later on the book after he leaves his wife for her. She's like, you know, what dip your com boring, and it's not wrong. No. And this is what Kandara says Sabina what did come over her nothing. She had left a man because she felt like leaving him had he persecuted her had he tried to take revenge on her know her drama was a drama not of heaviness, but of lightness what fell to her lot was not the burden, but the unbearable lightness of being so Sabina is the lens through which we really explore and and Tomasz to a certain extent, this idea that like by treating everything as a federal or experiencing it as such we can feel that that in and of itself can wear on us and be a condition that we don't necessarily enjoy and actually prevents us from finding happiness. So that's the like sex and love part of the book. The other part of the book is your this is very much about the Prague Spring, and what it is to have an identity that is separate or or separated between different people..
"kandar" Discussed on Overdue
"You can see why I'm not sure if you'd be fun at parties because he effortlessly dances between a story. He's telling you about some people and like high-concept philosophical stuff. I guess it's like hanging out with cheese from the good place a couple of people in the in the chat or mentioning the good place. And I think that you might find Kandar as frustrating as as Chidi at his worst doesn't know when to turn off that -demia a little bit. So Tomasz Andrew I'm gonna introduce you to our characters because the book they're kind of under drawn on purpose. I think because Kandar more interested in the like philosophical ram of ramifications of his characters you've already you've already introduced us to the main character, which is exit -sential eggs true. That's very true. So Tomasz is this intellectual successful surgeon, man. Who is in his second marriage to woman named Theresa and Tomasz just likes to have sex all the time, but not with as well all right because for Tomasz love and sex are not the same thing. And later in the book, he justifies his sexual escapades like any good womanizer does. By saying he's like exploring the uniqueness of every individual woman. By saying that you can only really know someone in the in the nakedness of sex, which is its own statement to think about but by getting in there and getting kinky with them. He he is learning more about women as individuals, and he's just got a collectible in a sense. And so in conclusion, this is why think we should have an open Mary. Yeah. Basically. So I just want to read a a little section that reminded me of one of my favorite episodes of Seinfeld. Which one you'll you'll see toss came. No. It's the sea was angry this day. My friends Tomasz came to this conclusion making love with a woman in sleeping with a woman are two separate passions not merely different opposite. Love does. Not make it self felt in the desire for copulating desire that extends to an infinite number of women, but in the desire for shared sleep, a desire limited to one woman. It's like when Jerry Elaine or have sex again, and they have all the rules about not spending the night and not calling each other. And they're just gonna be friends. But then they go in the bed. Sometimes. This seems like kind of a stretch. But okay, fine. Sure. It's kind of a stretch vote for that reference to call that to mind also for that to be your favorite Seinfeld episode. So my favorite, and I say, it was my favorite you said it was one of your favorites. I do like that. I don't know. Sorry. It's just a weird thing to kick off your relationship with this character. And because this character is pretty much defined by this and his various his relationship with his mistresses and his relationship with his wife. The book has been rightly dimmed, I think and Kandara as canon in general for how he portrays women because they're all in these. They're all attached to these like awful. He's a male writing a book ever. Yes. Well, anytime in his he's getting things wrong, and he's not imbuing them with with proper agency. And he's always kicking it off from this perspective of a dude. Who's justifying why he can cheat on his wife with like a philosophical exploration of the world kind of kind of a mess there. So he is married to Teresa who is a photographer who one point in the book gets into some kind of dissident photo journalism where during the invasion at the end of the Prague Spring. She is like photographing. Tanks and Russian soldiers and people coming into Prague, and like the women welcoming these these soldiers and the protesters and things and then later on in the book, you realize that the Soviets have taken control have now used all of her photos to identify dissidents in a way that seems oddly reminiscent of twenty team. There's a lot of read it read it when they saw crimes. The red it. Detectives. Yeah. That's a bad thing. So the thing with Theresa that stinks from not not to racist aside from Tomas his whole deal that Tomasz deal stinks for her. Because Theresa has all this baggage from her relationship with her mom, where her mom got like a really raw deal at the hands of a bunch of men and unable to exact any sort of like Ravinder Justice on them..
"kandar" Discussed on The Phinsider
"He's got a couple of interceptions and he helped force another one. So everyone's been really good this year the Vikings actually couple of games ago. Didn't even bother to target him which remained Johnson out and the guy that were targeting was Ferro Roberts who's taken over a lot of the fancy Johnson out. He's been the number two corner. And you had a really rough start to the year. But over the past two games Roberts has been lights. How and like I said in the Vikings game. That's a tough match-up. Her cousins you've been great this year, Adam stealing dominant Steph out and digs. Great and Robert saw sixteen targets in that game. And he only gave up three first downs. So that just shows you how good you receive. Bond. How well he responded to that matchup seeing so many targets coming his way then against the bears this past week. You was only targeted five times give one first down. So the jets have gotten pretty quality play out of Roberts with their big money guy out and Tremaine Johnson. So the corners have been playing pretty well for the Justice season in spite of Johnson struggles when he was in there, the debts they gone from Roberts, and the really strong borderline elite kind of play for Morris Claiborne taking over the number one snaps was number two earlier in the year clayborn. It's been great and he has benefited from a few mistakes in terms of quarterbacks missing throws. But overall you have to be really happy of Claiborne production. So coming into this game. The Cornerbacks are really interesting because like I said overall they've been pretty good this year. But can how long can Klay weren't keep this up because last year he did fall off after a solid first half. He struggled in the second half. So we'll can clayborn keep it up and Kandar Roberts. Keep it up because like. I said earlier he struggled in the first portion of the year. But now getting extended snaps he's been playing really well so corners are going to be interesting to watch Miami, obviously has a pretty interesting versatile receiver. That's made a lot of place for them this year a lot of different guys contributed in that first game against the jets. I believe seven different receivers had at least fifteen yards in that game. So allow guys contributed obviously death is not something the jets have right now because they've injuries and secondary as well. But it's gonna be really interesting to see I think the Cornerbacks haven't better than expected with Tremaine Johnson out. But one guy that I do think the dolphins should look at packing. The jets defenses the Salk corner busters screen who actually in the first game. Our Wilson toasted in pretty good for a believe is about twenty five or so yard touchdown. But screens really been struggling he's a vet starter who the jets love to use on FOX is. He's got great speed. He can make plays on the ball fundamentally in terms of as a cover guy. It's not really there. He's really susceptible to being toasted everywhere. And we saw that with our Wilson the first game. So yeah, I think the jets the defense is is still defense verse team and they've been better than expected this season in some ways they've been a borderline top ten kind defense, but they've been inconsistent. And they come in injured as well. So it's gonna be interesting to walk Michael nanny a- of gangrene nation. A very thorough very detailed breakdown of what's expect this coming Sunday with the dolphins. Take on the jets. If you don't know everything about this game. My now, there's nothing we could do to help you Michael they they're on for.
"kandar" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"L? Okay. All right. So I love this one so much. Just the headline alone coming from now this is from this from the university of Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh barrel. There's a borough. Vera, bro. Okay. Kim is a band. And so here's the research K old people wander off topics in conversations because they're easily distracted and find it harder to bring up relevant information. But hold it right there that is misleading. Folder right there. Because that's like oh people ever in. You know, that's like the thing you want to say like somebody older. And here's what they did. So I would I had to Wade through ten pages of research. Oh, God Kandar said. Oh, you're so good. These studies Laurine. Okay. So the age of the people that they studied were eighteen to eighty years old. Nice mix. Right. Yeah. Big big age. Okay. And here's what they found out is people age, they have more information stored in their brains, but find it difficult to choose which bits to share with others in order to avoid unnecessary detail. And some kind of go to a filing system in our brain to to get the right file. That's the only reason why they're deviating off topic is just the no so much, and they don't want to give the unnecessary. Details. Are so smart where your wisdom and knowledge and those more likely to wonder. Tended to be more knowledgeable and older, but they were less skilled at selecting the most relevant parts of their wisdom us. The lead professor research guy said but all ages get distracted by irrelevant thoughts from time to time. When you were speaking out loud. Interesting. That's interesting because we'll lot of people will do when you're speaking loud is not look at you and try you can see them referencing in their brain. And they're trying to work harder in their brain to to get information. Yes. Interesting because I know some people that do that. Yeah. And also, I mean, I wish they'd do this study. I'm why some people just can't tell a story at all. I mean, I hate when people just put in so many extras, you know, again know to it. They don't I don't think I know how to add it. Okay. Well, everybody I guess every race..
"kandar" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Have they reached out to you at all since you've been talking about your experience since you did so much work to feed people to say, okay, what can we learn from you? Can we have dialogue, female? We've been trying, but we mean very, I would say lackey. I'm gonna put the blame on myself or maybe trying hard enough, but we, we've been very lucky on his hands of Red Cross. I think we we've been in the last two, big fires in California over the leisure year, be inventory. The car fire. I'm we had done. I'm ACN dialogue with Red Cross. I'm very much regretful that you were able to feed almost all the shelters that were being managed by Red Cross. So there we had really a- very good learning experience. And there I sell the best that recross has to offer. But again, that's to me. Those are very simple situations that Red Cross actually very good managing those shelters and finding partners to feed the people and all these things they do. But again, they go back to the things that when we are prepared for something like a train when Maria happened and the Pronin was so spectacular that for me, I had the plan to feed almost one medium people today on my frustration was that, and the Senate was a guy that came from nowhere with a funny accent on dreams of fitting everybody. But actually we had the plan and for means of talking what I did. These have begun cooking because I wanted to show. Them how we could that too. The new cirumstances to Nick in in this recross thing is going well, our partnership. I think the future of years and US cannot do everything we need to start specializing. We need to start specialize on. If you specialize, what happens is you try to be and then you'll bury much you are nothing sway view a specialize. You can become very good. Certain areas was intricate. We specialize in feeding people, but more important in adapting to those circumstances that nobody so coming. That's what we are very good that so female role, I think right now, you know, with all the hurricanes aping I see that what's happening there. I see. Like the way they are approaching everything has changed Kandar more at the Finch, showcasing that look, we have full. We have these. We had that we have literacy, we have people ready for water issues we have, and this is good. That's what to doing. They. Had to be used really getting ahead of themselves on again per for them for San Suu census you became an American citizen in twenty thirteen. You have been a fierce advocate for immigration reform. Obviously, with Donald Trump is president. The idea that we're ever going to pass him immigration reform seems quite distant. Now, how do we get the country back to a place in our politics back to a place where we can come together and actually passes immigration reform at least get the country in a place where people can start talking like we talking talking away that might get us to to real progress on immigration. I think on the hurricane lay will happen. Maria on these against. We had the answer a hurry, Guineas kills a fairly, make rich reforms kills a hurricane to solve the problems that the case of a hurricane creates. You need every American together now who's Republican? No, who is democrat. Now, what do you believe hopeful to be share now? But together to trying to transform problems into -tunities immigration reform me something. I'm very astonished because we have a businessman atrocious. Men were really there on businessman, usually are pragmatic, present tram calls himself super good businessman, very pragmatic on who can make deal with anybody right now as a quantum keeps improving for the last eight, nine years on this stop. One of them in issues that we had no workforce. He's very hard to we hiring be on these bay heart. If you're a Republican is very hard if you are credit. So only for pure American pragmatism. Used to give the community to the dreamers that they are some an American sprit, especially from Jew, or I used to give them the unity to finally had their dream become full Americans citizens when all the country. We're thinking about kicking them out, which is the by me in the country part on kicking out two million people Americans to me which is trained workforce to keep moving America forward. So what is the way? I think we all need to stop talking only to the people that thing like us..
"kandar" Discussed on High Noon
"I don't need to force this guy who hated my old system to actually play the old system. Hold on. I think we miss something here in talking about it. He said to metal told him he was down to beat a glue guy. I want to know more about that by whereas mellow to talk about this, he says, they ran to all these scenarios mellow. Our understanding mellow was mental did not want to come off the bench. He's eighty sacrifice too much when he was in Oklahoma. City. He didn't want to do that anymore. Now he gets in there with him and tells him he wants to be the glue guy. Now, I believe he told him that when he came in there for that meeting, does he mean that like an actual application? Is he going to be able to write that out? And does he understand that being the blue guy, which is a concept he's never had to actually enact in his own life. Those involve being glued to the bench sometimes because that's part of that job, isn't it? Well, how much bench time do we really think that he is going to take on this team that lost the reason that Lawson Bob MU like it seems like he would be the starter at power forward on this team, and it seems to me that the rockets in trying to him would make it clear that there's a great chance for you to be the power forward, right? What are those? I'm not making any promises, but as all laid out there for you to go ahead and get it done, if that doesn't work, what do you do? Melo is he going to be cool with that? If Mike then Tony convinces Carmelo Anthony to play the four to be glue guy and come off the bench, all three of those things that alone. Loan is a good resume point for coach of the year that a low, here's the flaw. I think in your theory. He's going to be the one who job it is to do that convincing. Nope, that's number three. Yeah, that is why you pretty Chris Paul max contract Zac Smith, the former Ohio State assistant coach said through his attorney that he did not inform his old boss urban Meyer that he was arrested and charged with drunken driving twenty thirteen. But what do you make of this bit of admission? No, man, this dude here sounds like one of the worst employees ever like before we get to the big macro thing a player gets kicked off the team very quickly for the run of things that we've seen as expert was doing over what about an eight year period seems to be that was going on there. I'm amazed at the idea that he could possibly catch this charge. Nobody find out because have you noticed the reporting in this in the headlines are very strong on the Sex Pistols pulled over and didn't tell urban Meyer. We just assuming that we're, we're sure that this was the case. How does this do keep getting it all this trouble and does a DUI really? I feel like that as speak willed his credibility in the other stuff. That's that's where my brain goes. Is once he was symbol, viz litany of miss behavior and these incidents, like if you're Meyer, I understand that maybe be guy who was guilty or allegedly guilty of all these things doesn't tell you this directly, but at some point it is within your purview to know it's your responsibility to be aware of what's happening. But the question that is raised that Kandar Lee is is x. myth like the greatest wide receivers coach of all time because why else is he worth any of this? Well, I'm also curious to know after this is all done, what is the relationship urban Meyer is going have this rags, I get it family friends and all this stuff. But this right here, it we're supposed to be cool, but you don't trust me enough to tell you that you have managed to get into this level of trouble health. There's reason to believe that maybe urban Meyer would find a way to let you keep your job even after it happened, you should probably know this already allegedly based on things that had happened prior. This story keeps getting more disastrous really for all parties involved. Anybody whose name is tested. Story is close to get Zach. Smith is the hill that urban Meyer dies off to that as a coaching ever. Yes, big laws, big flaws..
"kandar" Discussed on Science for the People
"So it's people would probably think of something like mount Saint Helen's or if they know about the sort of Yellowstone Calderas those of those being the most dangerous. But mount rainier, even though the danger doesn't necessarily come from something like huge explosions or pyroclastic flows. It does seem like it's got some more mundane but more likely things that can cause a lot of problems. Yeah, yes, sir. Yellowstone usually get till the attention, but those really big catastrophic eruptions that produced at Yellowstone actually very rare. So that kind of takes it out of the picture in a very big way it melt Saint Helen's. We've definitely seen what that Bo Qena Kandar, but that's in the national park. It's not very populated area in well that can still produce the house that hindered downstream as well. Rainy. Ah, there are about eighty thousand people in harm's at risk in that area in a mirror highways in utilities in all of those kind of things. Hydroelectric dam? Seaports. That are all risk of if if a big Mahara coz rainier. So it's one of those things where you have to be prepared but prepared for it because the impact can be so big. So moving away from mount Rainer, can you talk a little bit about south sister? I know that this is part of a grouping of three peaks or are they all volcanoes? They are abo- canner there actually old sort of separate volcanoes. They react differently, but south sister is ham his head one of the most recent eruptions and it was about two thousand years ago. Whereabouts are these three peaks these three pigs about fifty five kilometers waste of band in about one hundred kilometers east of Eugene, and it's a gorgeous area if anyone listening, his been the goer in chicken out, it's beautiful..
Twelve boys and their soccer coach, lost for 10 days in a cave in Thailand, have been found alive
"And their soccer coach alive inside a cave in northern thailand more than a week after they went missing and after many people had feared the worst the boys are ages eleven to sixteen their coaches twentyfive cbs news tina krause has an update from thailand where the rescue is still underway it's the news everyone had hoped for this type provincial governor announced divers have found the missing soccer players and we'll take care of them until they can move rescuers have worked around the clock for more than a week to locate the boys ages eleven to sixteen and their twenty five year old coach who became trapped in the cave after monsoon rains a us military team and international divers with expertise in cave rescues worked with thailand's navy seals in a search that has captivated thailand tina krause cbs news how might the us ever verify that north korea has fulfilled its commitment to denuclearization that was a big question for the white house this past weekend and cbs news white house correspondent steven portnoy has more over the weekend reports surfaced of the view of us intelligence agencies that the north may try to hide aspects of its weapons program with no intention of denuclearizing the president's national security adviser john bolton told margaret brennan on face the nation that if kim jong un is willing to close all of his capabilities north korea could be devoid of its nuclear weapons in one year with north korean cooperation with full disclosure of all of their chemical and biological nuclear programs ballistic missile sites we can it has not it's kim's failure to disclose that gives many experts pause the president told fox news he shook hands with kim jong un and really believes kim meant it when he committed to denuclearization steven portnoy cbs news washington a driver for lift who allegedly got into a fight with a customer and stabbed him has had his lift driving privileges revoked by the company thirtythreeyearold ali kandar lee was arrested shortly after the incident near usd in linda vista sunday police say a group of people got into kandar lease car but would not give him a destination can barely got upset ordered them out of his car and that's when things related the victim a twenty seven year old man was taken to a hospital with nonlife threatening injuries mexico shot at the world cup have to wait another four years after a tough loss against brazil it's yellow not green that's heading into the quarterfinals news eight ashley jacobsz in national city with how fans are reacting for.
"kandar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That's true so they're in kandar hypocrites there it's like you know new hampshire says live free or die as long as you don't smoke pot which is hypocritical yeah you know so no i my criticism independent my problem with most wiggles is to sensitive and my problem with most conservative too angry thank like the republicans now in power they're doing they relaxed coal rules you know they bring back coal as if that's a good thing they relaxed rules on putting toxic gunk in rivers they've rolled back emissions when it comes to methane and clean air rules there's a new thing methane in at drilling sites and i think it's because we think we think they've gone too far yeah did you hear last night i don't give her name but she says she's a nurse and she doesn't believe in but she hasn't believe even in the diseases she said zeke it's fake and it's just an excuse to have to cook up fake vaccines and sells you said the cdc is just a tool of the government to sell vaccines and can't be trusted she says that the diseases of the past would fade out would have faded out even without vaccines she says vaccines are giant fake thing she says that zeke of virus itself.
"kandar" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And protecting dreamers iran wgn new and attempted home invasion on northwest side last night turned deadly and one of the suspects was killed the incident occurred in the twenty four hundred block of west eastwood avenue police the two suspects entered the home confronted the family the front door one of the men then began firing toward the front porch and struck his accomplice in the head the 43yearold man was killed sixteen families displaced this morning after a big apartment fire in westmont nikolic jones lives in the building and came face to face with the flame son out press up it was the snuck with cell heavy at kandar lee breed so and i went to the patio where the death knell was coming from i opened at the window stepped out in the world with bernie and firefighter say it appears to be a fire that was started in a secondfloor balcony elevated to a threealarm fire everyone did evacuate safely the full 'cause of their fired now under investigation the ntsb has released a report on american airlines flight that caught fire at o'hare back in october 2016 video of the fire shows a chaotic seen passengers escaping flames as the boeing seven sixty seven sat on the runway the ntsb says the airline crew on flight eight 83 made errors that helped lead to injuries of the evacuation and has called on the us airline regulators to improve training and guidance or similar accidents and now wgn neighborhood news here's kim gordon let's hear for lincoln shires right middle school science bowl team they won their regional competition and now head to the finals this spring in washington the ball will bring together thousands of middle and high school students from across the country where they try to solve technical problems answer questions ranging from biology to physics that earth science more than two hundred seventy five thousand students have competed in the twenty seven year history of the event i'm kim gordon with neighborhood news on wgn don't update on wgn sports here's dave and a good start to the post allstar schedule for the blackhawks a sparkling performance from goaltender anton forsberg in nashville where the hawks edged the prats two to one forsberg forty two saves his coach q at our xfinity blackhawks report he's great tonight we will for for forty minutes where our eight in the.
"kandar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Nigel show on ninety three wibc hammer another special guest on the old national bank newsmaker hotline we've been speaking with shannon bernie us last couple of shows some k r d o in colorado springs and shannon thank you so much for joining us once again what is the absolute latest on the dane on nations case oh no more were still waiting to find out if el paso county or here in colorado eighty authority here will be who muddling any more criminal charges against daniel nations right now we should tread o'neill nation does only dating charted a none of doing it today on now day do i have him as someone did the are looking into two if there's any connection with the shooting death of a bicycle with two body would guarantee here in colorado on september seventeen hugh disappear just a few days earlier but we eu will of course have mentioned and we know of two connection uh to battle hard to hartlepool i leaned to the indiana double playing up the key teenagers there um we know that indiana fake kwy investigators have been here in colorado and they are going to be coming over the evident that thing gathered in the menacing k i probably looking at the car on and going hoping that for any added in their were weapon that wctc were cupboard in the car according to an arrest affidavit both a gun and a half kid it will be looking at though in the meantime there one doco woman who was it stopped along with mr nation i see in the time was wanted on the non extraditable un warned her name it caitlyn nation kia kandar keitel wife of daniel nation now we're told a thai kaitlan would not charge charged with anything at the time but investigators will be probably uh talking to her i am questioning her trying to find out what she knew how much she knew and out what exactly her whereabouts had been on i should tell you also know we heard over the weekend i'm a woman and morgan county indiana who you to employ daniel nations now they say that he worked on their family farm back in 2015 not not long ago and where he and his family were living at a certain on time but a dating started to go sao after he would caught peeping and masturbating in a.