13 Burst results for "Lady Chatterley"
"lady chatterley" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"The fount of objective truth. The fount. Yes, exactly. As I was going to say, Ron Coleman will be back with me. Don't go away. Talking to Ron Coleman, uh, who is a lawyer among other things. Um, Ron, you've done a lot with free speech and Harmeet Dylan, uh, with whom you work has done a lot on free speech. We have moved in this country from, you know, about 40 years ago, uh, neo-Nazis marched through Skokie, Illinois, Jewish suburb. And basically, uh, you know, the advocates of free speech said, yes, it's hateful, but in America, we allow it even though it is hateful, but we allow it because we believe in free speech. Um, that has changed. Uh, we, we don't really believe. I mean, the left, which used to be at the forefront of this, you know, cause they wanted to be cool and, you know, they wanted to say whatever they wanted. Well, they, they, they, they wanted to like stand up with the cool comedians, you know, like they're speaking their minds and, uh, we shouldn't, uh, come after them and stuff. But suddenly now when free speech means saying things that might not agree with where they're coming from, they are no longer advocates of free speech. It's a stunning thing to see it in America. It really is. I mean, and as you point out, it was, it was really, it was a, it was a position of convenience for the left and their silence on corporate censorship and even, even corporate censorship where the government has outsourced censorship to corporations and you know, and Missouri versus Biden, which was just accepted by the Supreme Court to be reviewed by then the fifth circuit decision that said, guess what? You can't outsource censorship government. That's always been prohibited. And you can't say, well, it's about election security. It's about misinformation or disinformation. Doesn't matter. You're the government. You can't tell Twitter what to censor. You can't tell Facebook what to censor. Doesn't matter that they're a private company once you start leaning on them. Well, it's kind of like George W. Bush outsourcing torture, you know, like we, we, uh, we need to have these conversations. Uh, we, I mean, before I was referencing, uh, you know, when, when it was cool on the left to be for free speech, it was kind of like about Lenny Bruce. Like, he's cool. He says this stuff. We're all for him. You know, it's just like saying that, uh, um, I think like we should publish Lady Chatterley's Lover and Ulysses. Like we're all for anything like that. Then when, when the challenges to things that are, let's say, you know, uh, it's, it's more socially conservative or more, more conservative or more pro-American or whatever it is, they say, well, not so much. We don't care about free speech. If it's working in the other direction, that's called hypocrisy. It's hypocrisy. And what's particularly disappointing is how it has affected academia, which was supposed to be where people learned how to search for truth. Not so much. Well, I have to tell you when I, when I was at Yale in the early eighties, it was already dying. And it is now dead. If you think it's a good thing to send your kid to Yale or Harvard or Princeton, whatever, can I break it to you? Save the money and skip it because those places are, you know, Petri dishes for Marxist lunacy. And if you think, well, it's worth it anyway, because my kid has a good foundation and I'm going to send him there or her there. And at least you'll get that great opportunity to work on wall street. No, that's even worse. It gets worse. Yeah. But that's, that's, but there are a lot of people that they, they don't want to face this reality. I mean, honestly, uh, there was a time, there was a time a little while ago where, uh, you know, you'd say, yeah, I'm going to send my kid to one of these schools, or I'm going to send my kid to the public schools, or I'm going to, I'd like to work on the New York times someday, or I'd like to, all of these institutions are dead and you need to understand they're dead and stop wasting your time thinking that there's something there, there's nothing there. They want to fool you into thinking there's some, something, you know, that this is, they're drafting off the fumes of the past on the fumes of the past or, or, or whatever it is. Uh, we're at a time Ron Coleman. I'm so glad you're local. So glad you could come in here to the studio. Uh, I'd love to get you back just to continue the conversation. People can follow you at Ron Coleman on Twitter. Ron Coleman. Thank you. My pleasure. Thank you. The United States Border Patrol has exciting and rewarding career opportunities with the nation's largest law enforcement organization. Earned great pay with outstanding federal benefits and up to $20,000 in recruitment incentives. Learn more online at CBP.gov slash careers slash USBP.
"lady chatterley" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And secondly is we cannot therefore be, and I tell this to candidates all the time, you have to speak to the realities of your district, of where you are running. Don't hear a national story that happened in Hawaii or somewhere else and say, this is what's happening in my local school board when it's not, because then they won't trust you. Speak to what is actually happening, where you are, be informed on the issues and speak to the overall vision of what you want something to become. If you were in charge of a school board or a mayor or whoever you're running for, what do you want it to look like in 10 years? Where are we going? What is the vision? It's so much larger than just, cultural issues are important, but there has to be vision attachment. Where do you want us to be? Where are you taking us? And I think that is so important and informative when it comes to electing candidates and to running for office. But I think, well, I guess part of me is, you know, genuinely shocked that pornographic or almost pornographic or gay pornographic material has found its way into schools, into school libraries. I mean, that's genuinely shocking to me. It's one thing, you know, to have crazy people here and there. But when you hear that there are people advocating, putting this stuff in our children's classrooms and in their school libraries, I think to most people, it really is shocking. If you can't believe that that could happen. They're not running on, let's put pornographic thing in what they're doing. And it's been incredibly effective, sadly is saying they're book banners. And that label has been really hurting a lot of conservative candidates. And what the question has to be is I'm not for banning books but are you for pornography? I'm for banning books in a kid's school. But that's the whole point. In other words, I mean, the reason you know that these people aren't on the side of the truth and goodness is because they lie. They misrepresent the truth. Nobody's for banning books. We're not talking about Lady Chatterley's lover should it be published. We're not talking about should Ulysses be published in 1938. We're talking about schools. We're talking about schools that have little kids or young people being exposed to things. And look, let's get to the basics. It is utterly up to the parents of what their kids can see and not see. And people who are professional educators, many times they don't get that anymore. They don't think it's in loco parentis. They think we're the professionals. You're the parents, you shut up and we'll tell you what to teach your kids. I think it's also a disassociation even between what some teachers want. I don't think a lot of teachers want this. I think a lot of teachers are afraid of their unions. A lot of them are afraid of ever. I have so many teachers who come to me and say, I would love to speak up but I'm genuinely afraid of my union. One of them teacher who I know very well so that he will not even answer a poll question on the phone, honestly, because he's afraid that his union might find out that he answered a poll question. So when did the unions give themselves over to the devil? Like when did that happen? That teachers unions became ideological beehives? Well, teachers unions, I mean, it's so funny because people assume teachers unions are the thing of children when teachers unions are for adults. Okay, actually we have to go to a break. We'll be right back talking to Ryan Gerdusky. Don't go away.
"lady chatterley" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show
"You get in the App Store. And then you download in your plan for me without the app. He's talking to it, someone who's woken up from a camera or something. I didn't watch any YouTube video shows this week, so that's why I double thumbs up for this week. All right, a couple of things that I saw during the break then. One, I can't believe you haven't seen this, but don't worry. You've got time alone now for two weeks. Murder mystery two. Sam man's got a new movie. Yeah, yeah. No, no, no, no, no, no. Tell me like that with a sandwich. I love classic salmon, you know what? One of the best presents I had at my 50th Easter was Adam Sandler had made a new movie for me. It's like he baked a cake for me. Him and Jennifer Aniston. Now normally I always think in terms of double X, Sam man's always played really well with Drew Barrymore, but these two are show me something new. I love the first murder mystery. Murder mystery till Netflix really funny. I hated the first one, but the second one makes up for it. It is better, isn't it? Are you saying this well? Yeah. It was great. It's funny. You got a lot of time over the next two weeks. You love that in Sandler. I know, but I can remember the first minute mysteries. This one's very, very funny. The other thing that's really good as well that I saw is a brilliant documentary with you two and David Letterman, David flew over to Dublin to interview Bono and the edge as they rehearse for this new kind of mini talk. I feel sorry for the other guys in you too. They Larry. Names. I think that they're okay, actually. They're just taking easy. Counting the royalty. Yeah, even at the beginning, they sort of fudged where they were. They were like, oh, they're doing a project. And Adam, what are they doing? And they're going so many edge of like remixed all the songs. So anyway, Letterman goes to Dublin. It's a part sort of travel document with David just wandering around Dublin, which is great. And then him chatting to the bad. It's really, really good. And then the other thing that's very good on Netflix as well, really smart show. You would love it. Cleo. Oh, really? Yes. Very, very good. Set in the 80s in Russia. If you really love, what was the one about the killer in England? Killing Eve. Jack the Ripper? No, Killing Eve. If you love Killing Eve, which I thought was great, your love Cleo. It's very rare. That's my double thumbs up this week. The YouTube documentary don't need to be a big YouTube fan. It's on Disney. It's called assault or a sort of homecoming. But Christian O'Connell show podcast. You can win tickets to go see Harry Connor junior live. In December, Harry couldn't junior is back live with his band at hamer hall December 17th and 18th took us go and sell this Monday morning 11 a.m. out chicken Jack. You can win a double pass right now. On the time waster exit time. Pastry bands in 1821 do we know that a war broke out between Mexico and France in a conflict known as? I mean, we've heard about the kangaroo wars here. That the kangaroos won the pastry wars. No, news to me. What is it? It's in 1821, so don't put it in the 7. We reckon I was around you. It started over an unpaid debt the Mexican government owed to a French pastry chef. Lemon tal's bakery resulted a four month conflict between the two countries. You don't go to war over there. Oh, you do have a pastry. Pastry is fighting talk. All right, so we're looking for your pastry movies. All right, pastry movies, one of those bakers watching. What are they watching? Glazed and confused. Gold. Eclair and present danger. Silver. Yeah. Fantastic mister Fox. Fantastic. Gold. Each praline love. Yeah. Like a little cake. Like an oval plate. Oh, very nice. Silver. They're too fancy for Jackie boy. The Manchu ro candidate. Instead of manchurian candidate. A churro. Wake up today. Yeah, it's joked. Yeah, yeah, it is jokes. Yeah, yeah, it's jokes. Monty a cannoli grail. Silver plus. It's jokes. All right, check your boy, what have you got? Pastry movies. Remember the pythons? Remember the jokes? Bronze. The Thomas crown eclair. Silver. And we're only retiring at the crease. Waves to the Gabby. Flights on a plane. Other than patients. I thought you meant the chocolate bath like that. That's confusing. I know you're right, yeah, like a croissant. Yes. But Christian O'Connell show podcast. Christian O'Connell show. Harry Connie junior tickets up for grabs right now. I'm going to see him live at the end of the year. On today's the time time waster, we're looking for your pastry bands. Jackie boy, you ready to Mark? I am. Let's do it. Remember his jokes. I'll let you know when the Joker eyes. I went to my right eye. Of a woman. Turnover run hooch. Go. My left phyllo pastry. Lady chatterley's baklava. That's good. That is very good. The crowd loved it. Oh, Patsy's the crowd, is she? Mansplaining it was broken right now. The snobs keep on coming. I love you guys. I don't even bother. On the show with the Jack post experience. The crowd I call her. It's a crowd here today. Rolling miss daisy. Silva. Baklava to the future. Silver. Crumpet symmetry. The gold. What on Chris? And American and American McLaren wolf in lamington. That's pretty cliff. Gold. Every pie, every quiche all at once. Silver. I'm hi, Lauren. Fudge dread. Go. Oh yeah, the best car. Don't worry about it. We don't need to get one. Put it in the system. The last of the macarons. Meet the slot blockers. That's very good. That's a goal. Yeah, big Glen well done. Oh brother, we're tart now. Gold. Iron flan. Silence of a lamingtons. Gold, throw macarons from the train. Silver plus. A good day to pie hard. Golf. All right, who is off to see which one did you like the most? Who's off to see Harry Connor? Let's give it to Glenn for meet the snot blockers. 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"lady chatterley" Discussed on Backlisted
"Saw it again after the funeral. My father struggle through hoffa page and it might as well have been haunting top. Don't they get if it outlawed. Fifty pounds father fifty pounds. He was dumbfounded and looked at me with shrewd is over swindler. Fifty pounds never day's work. I think to this day. He looks upon me as sort of cleverest swindler who gets money for nothing is sort of ernest hooley. My sister says to my utter amazement. You were lucky somehow. It is the actual corpus and substance. The actual paper in rag volume of any of my works that calls up these personal feelings and memories. It is the miserable thome itself which somehow to me the volga mercies of the world. The voice inside me is mind forever but the sleep marketable chunk of published volume is a bone which every dog presumes to pick christmas. Obviously the rubbish children's absolute rubbish. That obviously that's great. Isn't it so well. I've got two things to say. Mo first thing is a who isn't looking forward to yet another adaptation of lady. Chatterley's lover coming on netflix amazing news. But also i'm going to be talking about on the next episode about listed. I'm going to be talking about. Rachel kasichs new novel which is inspired by An engagement with A memoir of d h lawrence and casks noble is kind of exploration of wolves. The lawrence like creative figure maine's in the culture one hundred years later And that's very interesting in terms of the book we're going to talking about. It is with castillo say so. That's why i'm holding that back for for the next episode about this so we will return yet again to d h lawrence. Can't get rid of him should we. Should we finish out. I've got one more thing to right and even on a new reading binge amazing these new books. Well it's because we have the break. And suddenly i didn't have to cram bat listed book. I had all this free time to read much any more new things or or royces who new to me. And how have you found. Just a quick incident. How have you found this whole modern reading. Okay well the thing is. I shouldn't say this made me realize how our reading for battisti's is. We're very lucky because to some extent the quality control is also officially Heightened because we all people who who are experts to select books the therefore tend to be excellent books and we albritton by people whose work is also excellent interesting so a lot of our time we spend reading.
"lady chatterley" Discussed on Fallacious Trump
"Youth culture in the rebelliousness an anti authoritarianism that came with it. He dealt with rebel without a cause He also dealt with the wild one in nineteen fifty four The way he dealt with that was that he rejected it because as far as he was concerned he said it was a spectacle of unbridled hooliganism and In fact that film didn't guest ticket until nineteen sixty seven under oath interest also an ex category x basically took the part the the Place of h because by that point by the fifties the kind of horrified had largely died out h. Haven't been used for that many films as it turned out but acts was made a mandatory category. So that meant the people under sixteen could not go into x. rated films and it was used obviously not just for horror but for for anything that was considered more adult more kind of sex and violence stuff was allowed those than were allowed in films rated a john. Trevelyan took over as secretary at the time. That was the name for the sensor. At the time in the late fifties he presided over some of liberalization of the board He was in place when the obscene publications act came in in nineteen fifty-nine which was almost immediately successfully challenged by the book lady. Chatterley's lover and a hazel. This is the beginning of a shift of public views of morality through the sixties ready. It was his opinion that the bb f c can shoot responsibility for the guardianship of public morality so it was under civilian that we got the first use of fuck in film in Disease in nineteen sixty seven the fest of full frontal female nudity and blow up and the first full frontal male nudity in women in love. Trevelyan also oversaw overhaul of the rating system. In nineteen seventy you were still suitable for A was downgraded to basically what we now think of as pg so it was definitely an advisory category. It was just saying the thing is not really suitable for the youngest children. There was a new category introduced called a which quiet adult accompaniment full any child under the age of fourteen and x was moved from sixteen to eighteen at that point but.
"lady chatterley" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Okay so snoring slugs and saw coptic manned. Is it safe the cats and dogs to sleep on our beds. Dogs can carry bacteria and parasites while katzen Smuggling gory presence says it. Best to lock them out of the bedroom. Formatting on the bed snoring the shedding of has stealing the sheets passing of wind nighttime face licking sounds like your normal bedtime par a higher than average chance of catching some coptic monge. If i could sit them down quite explain the risks associated with sharing the bed with us this is in the list re to him. But would he would he listen so Gills how in the guardian wrote this about a young lurch. ause would only Warmly reimagine the scene that he recently saw. When it was a birthday the family would come upstairs on the bed to wake wake her up and then for the first time. The dog went upstairs. Land widowed with joy. This single momentous events started a great debate in the household. Isn't it time we let up upstairs more often. What's so bad about and sleeping upstairs. He's encroaching every other allies. Not why not this one too but like many pet owners gills torn doesn't Sleeping with dogs give them bad habits might spoil the dog my cat. Some awful disease early Early in the argument against co sleeping pets was about effect. It had on the human sex lies in the eighteenth century for instance when the keeping of dogs way. Winning became increasingly fashionable. Populous side is depicted as the threat to bedroom order in such santa's husband fills the dog on the bed is denying him a what should be as rise is wise company and attention therefore the sexual gratification. She should be providing to the dog historian. Bede alison skipper. The arguments changed in the centuries that followed by the nineteen th century. Keeping dogs off the bed became the pet's owners duty to the dog the idea was that the aldo kennel was far better for the dogs health than being choked by coal. Firing the stuffy bedroom mid also the diseases superbugs strains stripped qatar's parasitic infections of mites ticks gut worms. All of that may also be brought into the bedroom So the simple truth does hold any weight. the idea. that man's best friend is waiting for. Its moment to gain top dog. Status turned out to be built on some pretty shaky scientific foundations they have bacteria parasites that can do us harm but the risk is very very low. You could argue that being exposed to some of these organisms might actually do some good so if you keep up with the fleet treatment and worming you'll be good to go Most vets wouldn't recommend Dogs being next to children and also a distinct lack of talk about cats but they can bring mice rats voles. Who knows what else into the into the bedroom. But according to numerous studies about fifty percent of dog is decide. they can live without such drawbacks. And and also co sleep with dogs keeps them from being agitated And then you know In this article a with a lurch all's is a very good boy. He doesn't whine. He chews on his kong puppy toys. Rav in my slippers and then at night Before shutting the kitchen door and going up to said he would flop on the bed and then he waits when the time is right and gills gives way the dog upstairs and they know the risks of the dog sleeping on the bed and then the dog walks the stag eight two upstairs land and relaxes and sleeps with the owner and welcome to trump all trombone. So we take some of the Probably dodgers headlines of the week and decide of his giving a trump trombone a ross be trombone or trump. anyway cyborg limbs close to reality as humans given rowbotham and they can't tell the fingers apart given human cyborg limbs could cause brain damage. British scientists have worn a world first world steady saw volunteers control over robotic third thumb controlled by that big toes. The pioneering battery powered design lousy detects foster performed card tricks and play impossible to car tools but scan suggests whereas adapted to it It may naturally weaken our brains and our ability to tell things apart. Humans have long been fascinated by the opportunities of fallen through augmentation. This vision does not only depend on innovations. But critically relies on our brain's ability to learn damped and interfere with allman tation devices. Thought cyborg some. Would you really want to them out. It might be bloody painful and see beasts with angelic wings washes up on a beach. Leaving walkers stunned. Kenny harris stumbled across a gog oil like creature. While visiting north carolina's outer banks was families. Never seen anything like this before he encountered the gago like creature. A said i went out of her morning walk alone and from a distance i saw something the sand as i got closer to this dead fish that look like some scary sea creature. I thought it had wings. It looked like a goggle. i'm from west. Virginia and i visit the outer banks twice a year. But i've never seen anything like this before is apparently some say the creature was a myth. Mythical chiku bre Oversight back fish hybrid could be could be the issue here and could be the identification but But one one does. Now that it seems that it's grounded and now robber lamb lover. One hopes that said the angel breath is rafa better than fish breath and then only bloat made a blunder imposing an ad to sell his car as he appeared to be amortizing a very different product. Indeed the man who put up some images of quality looking two thousand eleven nissen navarra but on one twenty to use a scroll through the gallery. Forty pitches and they spotted. At least two penis pitches. The man for new south wales then hat is not suitable for work. 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"lady chatterley" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Forget the palatal. Get yourself a couple of large dogs and with the round the waist leashes and i think it's better than a full workout. I think it's better than doing. Probably thousand sit-ups i think it could replace the burping and it could tighten my tummy muscles by having At least round them and always during an omelette. I mean it could do one to any sort of the middle aged spread newbridge action despite tying a leash around the round the waist. And letting its do its work over. The course of an hour would to rampant dogs. Now you could. You could extend this to the old string sausages on a fishing rod and get the dogs pulling you along lifting up that middle aged spread as you go along the charter chase. The the string prowess or maybe a cumberland. Whatever your sausage of preference is and that's a way of getting getting those absolute tighter. I think without too much work. We all all trying to do that with trying to get more so than my book and with little little little extra work. So i think to leashes around the waist to rampant dogs hungry for sausages and efficient rav with the sausages on. The line could be the way forward when it comes to the app. Domino workout is we. We don't often Take advice columns here. But we'll get to the tagline in the minute maybe a little bit of the man's planing hair coming up and china of man's plane of it anyway. Th- this come off the wise. Somebody sent me this a few minutes ago and here we go. Did you can help me. The other day i settle for work leaving my husband in the house watching tv my call stored and then it broke down about a mile down the road. And i had to walk back to get my husband's help. When i got home i couldn't believe is is. He was in our bedroom with an eight his daughter. I'm thirty two. My husband said four. In the natives daughters nineteen would be married for ten years and when i confronted him broke down admitted there being having a fabulous. Six months won't go to counseling and i'm afraid i'm a wreck. Anita advise urgently. Can you please. Sheila and this is the agony uncle john. The uncle the gun uncle the phone call john dish. Sheila accosts doling. After being driven short distance can be caused by variety of false with the engine stopped by checking that there is no debra in the fuel line. that's clear check the vacuum pipes and hoses on the intake manifold and also check or grounding wise if none of these approaches so's problem it could be the field pump itself faulty causing low delivery pressure. Injectors hurt this. Helps uncle joe why men should write advice. Columns no further punch line to the former agony uncle story. I bet she wouldn't want his greasy hands on her hood or hands on his shaft anymore again. We're trying to stop all of a the gardener who's currently doing all and sundry in the garden. He flushing the gullies. He's a sowing the seeds of love. I mean who knows what he's doing. We need to find him in lovely little housewife. A lady chatterly for oliver at before cliff. It gets home so anyway. This is we're trying to this. Is how we getting out of the balking. Black hole exit some lady chatterley's lover d h lawrence. He glances apprehensively at her. Her face was averted. She was crying blindly nor the anguish of generations. Full-on nece his heart melted suddenly like a drop of fire and he put out his hand and lady's fingers on her knee. So we're getting too short season now. I know little men out whether banking type of cargo shorts that so baggy. There's no shape to them. They hang down to their knees and And i mean like clowns short space if you count. Trials clam pants and cut them off. That's basically would be the most men's shorts. I mean what happened to the The tights that have been onboard. Macaroni and i. We talked about before. So i'm not. Yeah shorts might let let my legs look as wide as an iceberg at the moment so don't particularly appealing so i've come up with a solution i think for the summer instead of shores. I'm going to be wearing a very thin thin and slender dressing gown addressing gum for the whole summer. I'm going to. I think i'm going to wear the dressing lightly. Tidied and mean it covers. All you know any any bunions all Varicose veins or anything like that a Maybe a silk or probably accountant. I think i'm gonna caulton. You'll hear one minute dressing gown and the dressing gown will hide oils but also the beginning of the day you can have a call bar for hot bomb and get in there with dressing gown on and you'd be soaking wet you'll be you'll be like a wet dog with addressing gun it would stick to you and everything else but through the course of the day that wet cold dressing down with keep you cool and probably avoid any sort of air conditioning bills. You know how to turn the air conditioning. So wet cotton dressing down hides all villes a misshapen leg and it keeps you coal through the summertime. I think that's the way forward when we getting all hot and bothered in this steamy summertime and here. We have another historical competition. We take some of the roads in history. And we decide whether they should be swiped right or swipe left and his beauty. Today we have christian the seven denmark's obsession with his own penis wide as doctors and was just one of the reasons. Why wasn't allowed to wield any power. Let allow wilders penis December denmark is a regular feature on lists of historical mattis. Monica good reason. The coding christians doger's the future king showed an unhealthy obsession with masturbation from an early age. His his guardians and his doctors were troubled especially as he got older and then he was crowned king of king of democrats put on his head in seventeen sixty six the head physician. I mean not his head position but the head physician to the caught expeditiously warned christian that if he didn't curb his own self loving obsession he risked vote only the crown but not bianca five children and it might make him blind as well. When kristen was married to his fifteen enrolled cussing kafka caroline matilda. He showed no interest in his young wife indeed remote. but it was unfashionable. Loved ones wife is steady carried on pleasure himself and frequent refer crunching. the brussels copenhagen. Say wonderful wonderful. Copen hard and logan hog and by seventeen seventy two. The rest of the roles have had enough his half brother who was appointed region of denmark with christians zone sun taking over two years later and like his father at the near region. Shed no obsession with his own pena's nor did he inherited old man's habit of slapping his old man who is all boy visiting To what's the face or leapfrogging over barren courtiers to get back to his pleasure. Done so to speak christian is what a. What a dilemma. So there we go. There's a historical quit ten christine of denmark. And swipe.
"lady chatterley" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"Lieber and then deja neighbors like oh my god i just like playing with old ass outdated toys you know and it gives you a lot of pleasure to be like look how easy it look. Look look good. I did your. Yeah totally totally. I think it's the disproportionate enthusiasm describe. That really makes jarring to one thing to get the hand me downs and just being like oh this is nice you know but to act like you're the first person who wore it and get that excited i think is the really troubling troubling part. This next part is interesting. What did you find interesting challenging or simply different about the process of writing safe word versus other short stories. You've written that she goes. It was my first time writing this much about sex. And we could tell you. Say for official. But even so i'm fervently hoping my parents and the rest of my family don't she it if they're they're they don't care if they thought they'd be like oh. I think this is a little weird. But whatever and that's that's vision. Parents invest the most difficult part of this. That's very juvenile concern like their their parents. Don't see it that you're a grown person. Can you mentioned like you know the guy Flaubert the author of a madame. Bovery at a guy who wrote Lady chatterley's lover like book band being like. I was really worried about my parents seeing like this like these people are thinking very stuck in adolescence. Like it's a very juvenile type of naarden this to me. It's sexy. sex men sexy stories. Perspective comes not from jenny who is grappling with powerful. They're not read that powerful previously unconfessed desires but from her spouse who is somewhat befuddled by those desires. What made you decide to write from the husbands perspective. I enjoyed the fictional remove of writing from the perspective of someone so manifestly unlike me a straight white man in this case now so he did it again for your novel value privacy. Her novel is the same thing. Yeah yeah as i said. It's from the whole mainly from the perspective of the the white interesting. So i'm sure it must be a lot of weird you just saying that was deep. Trevor made it. That's what we were talking about Saying i might have been talking about something else. When i said that was ono after the concept was deep by he was only referring within this story at catch depart. No no the idea of catching that. This story was mainly from the The white man's perspective and that it was basically you know. Chris was saying that was the novel as well. He said that was the novel as though that's crazy so she's really. I kinda wanna read the search. It's interesting and it's also very narcissistic to kind of because when they might narcissist it's not which viewed themselves but narcissism is about other matching. How other people view you do. Yes well think about the layers of that shit. It's like what made you. The real question is hey. What made you write a fake interview with a fake interview. Were your fake friend. Asking you about what it was like to write about yourself from your fake husband. Oh my god you're just like there's so much false self because that's what mars is this really want they want you want to see themselves through someone else. They wanna see a false idealized version of themselves like they don't want to see their real selves warts and all through the other person's eyes and everything here is a construction the fake interviews constructed version of her talking about a a constructive version of her in a book. It's yeah you're right. It's the layers of artifice. That's a very good insight I value privacy. And then imagine yeah. Imagine imaginative remove can give me more freedom to be truthful to the story. I think offering a rolling bar tomato lavarra's per day. Oh i advanced pointing to my mask. That's a way to literary a reference for this executive that said i've been interested in trying to put aside the skies and i'm hoping my next novel will be less demographically mask so i guess more openly narcissistic clean. So i'm guessing this time it'll be from the asia ones yes of and the white boyfriends okay. Yeah so. she's going to be more open about talking about her. I guess it'd be more open bragging than you know putting the compliments in the mouth of A fake a fake other So the work of religion. The answer is not that not that interesting. Well that is interesting. None of that is in the tax so she goes I was interested in exploring what happens when they find themselves. Falling short of this Religious idea i. I grew up hardcore krishan to as soon as i read this new that she grew christian. Because it's such a clearly author self insert. I was desperately serious about it. Then in high school i lost my fate. I'd have stayed with it. If i could but i couldn't and i miss it and him with capital h. For god every day in genesis one of the first things god has us do is has us do is to name the rest of the earth i think i almost believe in some absurd childish level that if i work very hard in my writing if i do exactly as he said the absent god in whom i can't believe will relent. And he'll come back. That sounds interesting but it doesn't cohere at all. Like what does it have to do with naming the rest of the earth also that she really believed this story is going to bring back god. That's very self-important view of her own. She's interviewing herself like she's like the fucking second coming of some great film director. It's so bizarre that the interview is longer than the story. Yeah if you want to read Anisur marquan Uncle regina zang's she's way more interesting than this. I'm not gonna read the rest of it. Because it's just very boring your. She talks about cheese for hope so she so uninteresting. It's filton chevron relative di buffalo gouda tower. So it's just cheese a i'm awash with longing my god it talking about korean. Skincare that insects korean skin. Carry the and talking about the books that she's reading. It's pretty use us one last thing. I'll bring up. This is from the roxane gay. So he's another one of these fake interviews roxanne. So i guess this book It gets a big buzz. A buzz on guessing. This story gets a buzz buzz. Them thinking is property. Hurt just self. Generating the buzz. Like i think she i never heard of it yeah. Us senator to me. Yeah the same way The story in the same issue got published in already. Had enough of a buzz that required a second article about in the same issue written by our friend. I think there was probably always a plan to do this. Anthology of Know erotica by other blue checks. They should they should put blue check into like the title so called a king. They you know they should. They should have called it. Like checks and sex or something like you know. just just have this Blue check sex writing the most formalistic boring. We can make anything boring but it can kill. You know what i was gonna make sex addiction like.
"lady chatterley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I really had to think about you know what were my priorities in the moment and for me, and it was difficult to be in that environment, knowing that I had such heavy things weighing on me back at home. I don't have any regrets. And with Sarah gone new competition No. Five more women. They're five new girls. Okay. Nobody. Okay. Jinx, Dad. Okay, there is there are there is someone who works as hard as Kris Jenner does. And that's Chris Harrison. No, that's the producers on the batch. So they talked this gal. Whose dad was got ls and had, like, literally weeks left to live. Go on the show to go on the show when then talk her into going and giving her one on one date. She's Queen a break during a group date and everything like that. But the thing that I loved the group date and the women really liked it. Was that? Well, first of all, Let's appreciate talking about the bachelor as a society that Chris Harrison appears to be writing ERN erotic romance novels. You know, he came out with his line. Brings right. That makes more sense. Kind of if you want to Chris Uris and capitalize on the whole package around love. Okay, But the ladies on this group date Holly had to write a pair. Great. No, Like two paragraphs of a chapter of an erotic novel. Well, and then they had to get up and perform in front of the other ladies. And mad and it was they were all scared of doing it. But they all for the most part really kind of liked it. It was actually it was very funny. It's very, very funny. I would have had a story like that Victoria Girl. It might not have been Pretty dirty because I've read so many good, erratic and battery attic. I mean, I'm tainted between didn't use the word Tanenhaus pages and penthouse letter writers as well as things like, um, Lady Chatterley's Love. Let sleeping beauty Syriza's by Anne Rice, But she writes under another name. Oh, did anyone start with there once was a man from Nantucket knows someone. You know what that's funny, But you and I liked You don't know. Imagine having to do that, you know, and then breaking it. I kind of thought it would be like I could see Wei was kind of fun, fun. You exercise different. It was something different. And I guess back to this Sarah person that we just heard talk about first of all, Matt, the bachelor. Is awfully wishy washy man. He wears great coats, and I like how he looks. But could he be any wish you watch here? He likes everyone. And then And then one thing had somebody's done. And the Victoria The lady who's acting is the queen brought it in the smart class night. Did she ever and I guess what I kind of liked is the one girl woman that Kind of supported Sarah and tried to talk her out and not leaving and said, if you feel it, I felt like there was an adult in the room with this one gal who was like you remember how the producers are manipulating this. They don't let anyone know about Sara's dad. So it just seems like she's a selfish woman trying that Go on a group date where they're 10 girls trying to all have time with these guys. And she interrupt because she doesn't cry. Yeah, but she's crying and saying, you know, she just that this was triggering her jealousies. Notice how she put that above being cheated on I'm like, Why are you going on a show where you're gonna date? A guy with 32 other women? If you're uneasily importantly, why you gonna show when your dad is dying of a ls that we don't know that until she's created drama. We don't know that for 40 minutes. It's Yeah, I know. Okay. That's pretty right. Holly. That's producer. Oh, yeah, Well, yeah, absolutely. I still like it. I still like this time, so I don't know why we need five new people that is bugging me. This is a new thing. They did that This is a new thing. A new I don't know. Storytelling technique to the bat's not liking it. Well, the reason they do it is it creates more drama because the people start to get friendly with one another, because you spend so much time with each other wretch rather than him, So they're trying They have some producer like we watched on our show on real realized that if you introduce five or six new people, they did this with the last bachelor. It will create instant drama. In fact, someone should do instant karma redone for instant drama all bachelor earlier. No kidding, but it really is, but that's what it does it, dad. But I guess next week and that's good. But this Sarah gal and you do you did feel for but the like. They didn't let us know that they didn't know what went on and on, and I was just like, Get it over with, But I don't think the girls would have been so mean to remain. Victoria would have been Victoria, The Queen lady. She's who she was dating last February. Victoria, the Queen lady. No, Sarah. She's really hot. Well, she according to some people in my family believes she's really huh. Yeah, she was dating G easy. He she was the bridge Street, Reggie Hall's E and Ashley Benson holes and forget him. Who gz was. Davy was stating Hosey, right, but that's like that's a couple of years ago. Yeah, he was with somebody else be after Halsey. Okay, and Then he moved on. The Sarah left the club with G easy once back in the before times. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yes. Oh, you.
"lady chatterley" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Ago. I was talking about five as monkey wrench and then virgin radio played monkey wrench. I think it was the same day because just crazy at all the list of songs and the talking about a song they haven't heard a long time and then suddenly suddenly as played is almost like boop boop boop boop is like the twilight zone but the craziest of all is so coming from the uk butler finishing school But you're taught to hold the knife and fork correctly. I know this is great. Amusement among some about the whole knife and fork situation i mean i think that when you turn the full ever way round almost becomes like a shovel this is how some of the americans and they put the knife down and they shovel with the folk. But i've been told that having it round the correct way is more like a shovel but you know what you delicately. You know if you're eating a place of english peas it delicately crushing the ps onto the fork. I mean i had one of my former poke because i did give education in In in culinary etiquette and table manners and you crushed the ps onto the folk and then move them up to your mouth does a very elegant delicate way vetoing But anyway going back going back to the topic here. So i moved to the us and dipped in chicago and then moved to albuquerque. Now you could have front adult at a world map. a thousand times never hit albuquerque. Why would you want to hit albuquerque. I mean the green chilies accident the gifted that but the But i moved that one of my favorite songs obscure song a lot of you listeners. Out there probably wouldn't have heard it highly recommended banco prefab sprout great eighty ban. Patty mclean was the lead singer and one of his songs was called the king of rock and roll and the line in the song. I think this is the lyrics amid difficult to tell. Sometimes i know. That's another whole cost mispronounced lyrics. But it goes hotdog jumping fast albuquerque. One of my favorite songs had the town of albuquerque contained within it and within probably twelve years. I was living there. The humble butler living in albuquerque and when my favorite songs growing up still is one of my favorite songs king of broken road. Prefab sprout had albuquerque in it. Now you truly reaching the subliminal payless twilight zone so the council howard staff declined to leave filming of brigitta and sex scenes when it comes to protecting historic softeners. The start castle. Howard take their work extremely sarasate. Attendance employed by the stately. Home in north yorkshire so committed that they're declined to leave the room during the foaming bridgeton sex scenes. The period dramas revealed produces selected. Howard costlo casa. How one of the several historic english locations for the regency romance one of netflix's most success or original series privately owned grade one listed estate. Hope to the howard family. More than three hundred years ago has previously done duty on bride said in the television film adaptations of evening wars. Bright revisiting of usc. The juke summoned bassett played by a gauge on page. enjoy several moments of marital bliss. Was bride daphne. Bridgeton rolls around the film and the sex scenes have been tightened with vintage intimacy coordinators. I mean i mean how do you do get a batch that says that your intimacy coordinator. How could one train to be an intimacy coordinator. I mean is it. Rigorous training is. It didn't debt training. Do you have to remember the intimacy training guidelines. Is there an intimacy training bible. I mean i guess it could be days. Lawrence's lady chatterley's lover. That could be one of the probably central reading reading lists i would say most productions also insists upon close set meaning one crew member. Who need to be president allowed to see the performance in the state of undress. proved difficult to enforce it. The castle howard stop been instructed to ensure the net flicks crew did not do any damage to the eighteenth century property when you go into a country house. There's as far as text -bility than you'd ever imagine. He can't even make the bed. You conduct mid the painting and you can't even move. The ball said one of the one of the staff members. Turn into leading the cost of howard and dinner the and paid spent a lotta time in that bed and it was blue monitors and room and they were doing the sex scenes and they would leave. The idea of a closed. set is absolutely sacrosanct. For the ramona's their jobs. Who are more sacrosanct to them so there was scenes with us where nobody actually left the bedroom to shooting a sex scene and they would say go easy on the bed. Go easy on the bedpost. Maybe some sort of like regency alarm should go off at that too rigorous with the post if is fair of the bed collapsing or something which expect the post lockdown causal. How been high demand on the domestic terrorists. I'm sure a lot of people be going along expecting to see some rump. Pompey and these bedrooms and being sorely disappointed But anyway i think maybe that could be interesting career for one so from one black hole to another. I guess a the oldest and biggest black hole has been discovered in the galaxy. Wang almost two hundred billion suns and located in environment where temperatures reached a sizzling one hundred million celsius the object at the center of the galaxy cluster. Able twenty. two sixty. One should should be fell easy defined but a black hole thought to be located two point. Seven billion light years from earth has gone missing posing mystery for the astronomers scanning the universe clues as where it went however even astronomers hunt for the missing black hole of stargazers detected a new one for the observation of a quasar swirling massive light matter circling back hall and they've They've also named it. A series of numbers the quasar points to the existence of the most distant supermassive black hole found to date located thirteen billion light years away. Emily six hundred and ninety million years after the big bang is twenty million years older than any black hole previously detected and will Scientists believe provide important insight into the formation of the universe. Wonder like if you cut a tree in half and you count the number of rings if he if you have to do something similar if there's there's a calculus or some sort of vernier calipers measuring stick or something to count. How old these black holes are i mean. How earth would you determine how the black hole is. I mean it's hard enough. You know as you get a little to count the rings on a tree but determining how old One of these ancient when thinking back holes in the universe's must be nine on nine impossible or you need incredibly powerful. Telescope said percy graph. Pacey gra notice. 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"lady chatterley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And with Sarah gone new competition, No. Five more women. They're five new girls. Okay? Nobody. Okay. James. Okay, there, there. There is someone who works as hard as Kris Jenner does. And that's Chris Harrison. No, that's the producers on the batch. So they talked. This gal whose dad was got ls and had, like, literally weeks left to live. Go on the show to go on the show when then talk her into going in giving her one on one date. She's creating a break during In a group date and everything like that. But the thing that I loved the group date and the women really liked it was that well, first of all, let's appreciate talking about the bachelor as a society that Chris Harrison appears to be writing a neurotic. Romance novels. Hysterical. Well, you know, he came out with his line of rings, right? That makes more sense. Kind of if you want to Chris Harris and capitalize on the whole package around love. Okay, But the ladies on this group date Holly had to write. I got a pair. Great. No, Like two paragraphs of a chapter of an erotic novel. Well, and then they had to get up and perform in front of the other ladies. And mad and it was They were all scared of doing it. But they all for the most part really kind of liked it and it was actually it was very funny. It's very, very funny. I would have had a story like that Victoria Girl. It might not have been Pretty dirty because I've read so many good, erratic and battery attic. I mean, I'm tainted between didn't used to retain house pages and then tells ladder, others as well as things like, um, Lady Chatterley's love. List. Sleeping Beauty. Syriza's by Anne Rice, But she writes under another name. Oh, did anyone start with there once was a man from Nantucket knows something. You know what that's funny, but I liked Don't you imagine having to do that, you know, and then breaking it. I kind of thought it would be like I could see Wei was kind of fun, fun. You exercise different. It was something different. And I guess back to this Sarah person that we just heard talk about first of all, Matt, the bachelor. Is awfully wishy washy man. He wears great coats, and I like how he looks. But could he be any wish you watch here? He likes everyone. And then And then one thing had somebody's done. And the Victoria The lady who's acting is the queen brought it in the smart class night. Did she ever and I guess what I kind of liked is the one girl woman that Kind of supported Sarah and tried to talk her out and not leaving and said, if you feel like I felt like there was an adult in the room with this one gal who was like you remember how the producers are manipulating this. They don't let anyone know about Sara's dad, So it just seems like she's a selfish woman trying that Go on a group date where they're 10 girls trying to all have time with his guys. And she's to interrupt because she cried. Yeah, but she's crying and saying, you know, she just that this was triggering her jealousies. Notice how she put that above being cheated on I'm like, Why are you going on a show where you're gonna date? A guy with 32 other women? If you're uneasily importantly, why you gonna show when your dad's dying of a ls that we don't know that until she's created drama. We don't know that for 40 minutes. It's Yeah, I know. Okay. That's pretty right. Holly. That's producer. Oh, yeah, Well, yeah, absolutely. I still like it. I still like this time, so I don't know why we need five new people that is bugging me. This is a new thing. They did that. This is a new thing. A new I don't know. Storytelling technique to the bath, not liking it. Well, the reason they do it is it creates more drama because the people start to get friendly with one another, because you spend so much time with each other wretch rather than him, So they're trying They have some producer like we watched on our show on real realize that if you introduce five or six new people, they did this with the last bachelor. It will create instant drama. In fact, someone should do instant karma redone for instant drama, all bachelor lyrics. No kidding, but it really is, but that's what it does it, dad. But I guess next week and that's good. But this Sarah gal and you do you did feel for but the like. They didn't let us know that they didn't know what went on and on and I was just like, Get it over with, But I don't think the girls would have been so mean to remain. Victoria would have been Victoria. The Queen Lady. Yes. Who she was dating last February. Victoria, the Queen lady? No, Sarah. Well, she's really hot. Well, she according to some people in my family believes she's really huh. Yeah, she was dating G easy. He She was a great speech. Hee haw, Lzzy and Ashley Benson down the halls and forget him. Who gz was Dave? He was stating Halsey, right, but that's like that's a couple of years ago. Yeah, he was with somebody else after Halsey Okay, and Then he moved on. The Sarah left the club with Jeezy once back in the before times. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yes. Oh, you know, she's.
Interview With Author David Yoon
"This week. I'm thrilled to have david yunan. Whose newest book super fake love song is out now. An conversation that we pretty much covered all talk about his newest book a his debut his writing journey and a lot about what he was like as a young person so really enjoyed talking to david. Hope you enjoy listening listening so david. What book hooked you. What book hooked me It's it was when i was in middle school. I don't know exactly how old i was. But i remember talking to my librarian and i was like i don't know to read their so many books in the school library and she just pulled out the halloween tree by ray bradbury and If you read this book but it's it has these awesome woodcut Drawings in it and it came up a long time ago. Like in the sixties. I want to say and this is way before like killington and the newspaper from the nightmare before christmas. But it's kind of there's a character in it. That is the skeleton dude with. I think he has a pumpkin for a head. I know he doesn't but he's like this very skeleton like figure and he's very creepy and he's very Theatrical like jack's kellington was and he challenges This group of boys on halloween when their trick or treating to to give up a year of their lives to save the life of their best friend Pippin who's at homesick can't trick or treat and so they travel around the world and learn about like all these Reports and customs that surrounding death and they wind up in mexico and they eat The sugar skulls and that is like. I'm going to give up a year my life to save my friend and It was just so it's like super atmospheric and super moody. This is awesome so then at of course read all very bradberry. I could find reading stuff. I shouldn't have been reading and so middle school time. Was that in age. Like were you a big reader. Then was it hard to get you to read or was it something where you pretty much constantly always had some sort of book. You're working your way through. I mean i was always reading. Yeah for sure Is reading a lot of stuff But then that book kind of it was like my first sorta grownup book. I guess and after that i started reading a of piers anthony fancy novels and i read like fifteen close and i was like wait a second. It's kind of the same story over and over again and that's florida and Then i started reading a lot of stephen king which i know i shouldn't have been reading And my dad was a weird guy to he. he He studied victorian like them. He he focused on the metaphysical poets. Okay it adds seoul university in career and then when it came to the united states he studied library science all things. wow and so he was like you need to be reading old man and the sea You need to be reading. Was it on human bondage and then lady chatterley's lover and was like that. I don't think i should be reading this. But he didn't care he's like the crazy. Daddy shows like the horror movies to his kids because he wants them to to Have a good sense of the canon. Anna is exposed to a lot of stuff that i probably shouldn't have been but i'm grateful for it and i would imagine while it was definitely helping Definitely helpful for your reading life to have a dad like that and that was kind of pushing it but was there any sort of rebellion there. That because you were being forced to read so many books were pushed upon you that reading. You rebelled against or turn against it because it was it was assigned by by dad I don't know it's hard to remember like like reading moby dick before high school. Sure looks like there's no way. I'm gonna finish so even if it did come from like a friend i don't know if i would have just cause but it did. It did feel like homework for sure At the same time like my older brother. I have one older brother. And he was a big reader to He used to read at the dinner table and it was like a problem. You know But i you know. I'm a little brother saw. I'll read to on just like him. I want to compete in everything we do. Because we're siblings. So he also turned me into the reader just sort of inadvertently and so when you got to high school especially when those are when in in those english courses you're being assigned full size novels and things like that. Didn't you find and really getting into what's canonized literature. We'll call it. Were you kind of a step ahead. That you think In those courses because dad already sorta had you on that home regiment of a reading those types of books. That's a funny question. Because i just realized really recently i mean my dad passed away like over a year ago. and so It just when you're when your parent passes away and makes you think a lot about your relationship in like your whole history. And i was like dude. My dad was like an outsized influence in in my interest in writing in books. I never appreciated him fully for that. He just kinda did it sure Yes and when. I hit high school. It was english. Classes where my absolute favorite My english teachers were my absolute favorite. My locker got broken into one time. So isis i was like no lockers and i used my english teacher's classroom as my locker That's how much we trusted. Each other's liked each other so that was sort of the year of You know camus. And ray bradbury. Shirley jackson and margaret atwood. That's like when i started really getting into those guys and and then i was like all right. This is this is really important to me. Plus i also had study hall. Not how i had studied hall but Journal i wrote in my journal pretty much every day so and so i take it
Copy of 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' used at landmark trial blocked from being taken out of Britain
"Attended paperback book at the center of a trial followed around the world back in the sixties will remain in Britain, the British government has used its powers to preserve the nation's cultural treasures halting the export of a copy of lady Chatterley's lover. The book was used by the judge in the UK obscenity trial of penguin books. Prosecuted in nineteen sixty for publishing d h Lawrence's. Novel about an affair between a wealthy woman and her husband, the gamekeeper prosecution lawyer infamously asked in court, whether it was quote, a book that you would wish your wife or your servants to read the book was sold to an anonymous overseas bidder to sell the bees auction Tober for about seventy three thousand dollars. The government's decision means at least a delay for several months to see whether a buyer can be found to keep it in