19 Burst results for "Lady Macbeth"

"lady macbeth" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Weekend let's hear a little bit more from this show And keep in mind that Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character here Travis kalanick was driven out of the company for presiding over a culture of abuse Safety dude you know how many rides we're doing every day It's over a million No matter how we vet these drivers there's gonna be a guy who had a bad morning He got horny He makes a pass at a passenger Suddenly that's my fault Okay so we actually have a lot of shows featuring misbehaving tech entrepreneurs right There's the dropout on Hulu that's features Elizabeth Holmes the fraud behind her company then there's we crashed coming up an Apple TV plus series that will come out this month about the founders of WeWork What do you make of this Well it's interesting I think there's a few different things kind of coming together here First of all there's the allure of seeing such a huge scandal They take you inside the action in a way that a documentary or news reports can't So that's one thing The other thing is that these are companies that wanted to change the world And so to see these huge ideas kind of crash and burn and watch that process and sort of say how does somebody stand at the center of this for so long These shows answer that question and then answer them in really compelling and interesting ways How would you describe this sweet spot that they occupy though because first we have the anti hero which is nothing new look people say Othello and lady Macbeth were antiheroes right But there's also this thirst for movies and a documentary is about Silicon Valley millionaires and billionaires like Steve Jobs how many movies did we get about Steve Jobs So how do you describe this sort of sweet spot that these new dramas are occupying Well you know I think it's interesting I think it's the other side of the dynamic that enabled their issues in the first place right Silicon Valley was addicted to this idea of the brilliant founder who comes out of nowhere with an idea that no one thought of before When you watch each of these programs you see that that was their mission their personal mission And so the other side of that is what happens when that fails or what happens when these people self destruct And there's also a process that's happening in show business where these stories first emerge as sort of news events And then they become other projects They become podcasts and they become documentaries And then they become these dramatized to some level or another fictionalized stories And so it's interesting to watch that process happen Okay So I guess I mean you're a TV critic I have to ask if there are any good well that's the great thing about I've watched most of all of these And I do think that they're good That's the thing that is heartening about this trend is that they are really compelling programs in particular super pumped was the one that I have seen the most of in that I found really interesting But it's also a way again to get you up close to these people that you've heard about in news reports but to see an actor actually embody them To see an actor tackle Elizabeth Holmes very specific way of speaking There's a moment that's recreated in the dropout that Elizabeth Holmes story where they think they have a machine that works You know she said that she her company had created a small machine that could take a drop of blood and could test that blood for a bunch of different maladies right So they're about to make a presentation to an investor's overseas and the machine doesn't work After spending hours and hours and hours trying to make it work they decide they're just going to fake the results What are we going to show at the demo I don't understand We're going to.

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Bad News For Prince Andrew As New Witness Comes Forward

Today in Focus

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Bad News For Prince Andrew As New Witness Comes Forward

"Let's move onto Prince Andrew can remind us how he started this year. He had been basically sacked from the royal family which we take subduing. He was essentially stripped of all his royal duties after his completely disastrous Newsnight interview y have you decided to talk now? because. There is no good time. To Talk, about Mr Epstein and. All things associated in Andrews Newsnight interview his big defense really aside from the fact that he of how they can't sweat and he's a big patron of the pizza. Express woking is that he didn't really know Jeffrey Epstein he claims he only knew him through his friend Glenn, bloom it through his girlfriend. Back, in nineteen, ninety nine, who an I'd known her since she. In the UK this is all Remember that it was his girlfriend. That was the key element in this he was the. Plus. One to some extent in an expert. You through a birthday party for since girlfriend then Maxwell at Sandringham. No shooting weekend a shooting weeks straightforward straightforward for choosing weekend. Despite the fact you know Jeffrey Epstein was at the Palace went to Epstein. Manson had dinner for him. He stayed with Epstein because because Andrew just couldn't find a central Manhattan hotel he's very convenient epsteins mentioned it was a convenient place to stay. I mean I've gone through this in my mind so many times. At the end of the day. with the benefit of all the hindsight that one can have. It was definitely the wrong thing to do is you say that interview was a disaster foundry and he was forced to withdraw from his rural Gt's I'm imagining heat hopes that would draw a line under the whole thing for him but then in July galet maxwell was arrested. The risks are simply too great. The words of the judge refusing bail this evening to maximum the one time girlfriend an alleged accomplice of the sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, might saw pleaded not guilty the hearing by video link on charges she helped recruit and groom minors as young as fourteen. So she was arrested in her strange though Bolthole and a few weeks later, a bunch of documents unsealed from a two thousand fifteen civil action brought against her by Virginia. Robert Scott Free and price price whose name pops up again it's Jews You know a lot of the allegations in these documents were already known but what is new is the allegation that? Forced Virginia Robert Scott Free to have sex with Prince Andrew as a way to gather incriminating evidence against him. And then on top of that, this month of witnesses come forward claiming to have seen the Duke of York, at trump nightclub on the night he insisted in the Newsnight interview that he was at Pizza Express in woking why would you remember that? So specifically, why would you remember a pizza best birthday in being because going to pizza express in working is an unusual thing for me to do. So he obviously hit denies everything but the circle is definitely tightening around Andrew. US. Law Enforcement has said repeatedly they want to talk to him that he has been cooperative a war of words as I'm sure you know has broken out between Prince Andrew and the US authorities investigating sex offender Jeffrey. Exiting The prince claims that he has offered to help that inquired eat city times but this is something the American prosecutors deny effectively calling him a liar the palace hopefully insisted this is untrue and US law enforcement has repeated it. So this is where we are at the moment. Do you think this puts more pressure on Andrew to cooperate with the investigation? Me The idea of any member of the royal family cooperating Larry's but yes, I mean absolutely. But I mean the fact that he was saying such stuff in that interview emily weightless without realizing how terrible the sounded I mean just shows he has no sense of consequences for his actions. I'm Jay his sin said, he regrets his ill-judged Association with Epstein. But as you point out, these aren't incredibly serious allegations and yet everybody feels like his story that dozen attract as many column, Inches Harry, and Meghan. Let's I think this is the thing when talking about the role families so much tension and I've just done two is focused on Harry Megan and the stupid decisions they make in his make it actually lady Macbeth is very telling for example, the mail there's certain Cole missed the male who I'm not gonNA pollute podcast listener's ears with his name, but he is completely obsessive. Meghan. Markle. Interest. Rates. Endless combs about her I. Don't like to own Andrew or something Sierra. Let's just bear in mind that actually the royal to really be focused on is Andrew

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Go over an advisory form that we have and the advisory form asks do you have a fever or do you have any shortness of breath do you have a dry cough fever runny nose fever sore throat and have you traveled to a foreign country in the last fourteen days or if you traveled in the United States in the last fourteen days and we're looking for patients that saying no to all those questions so that we know that they are not at risk patients per se how many patients would you say how many what's the percentage of patients that fill that out that you had to say no to not one yet okay all right I think patients are pretty responsible yeah so we've been working for a month now and and it S. not one patient is I've been of concern well when the patient comes in they see you on the and in your it now new enhanced V. P. PP PPS alone PP is the equipment in your note new enhanced PP look do you change that in between patients do you change the absolutely between every single patient we change our day we change our Berrier down we change our face shield of course we change our gloves we're washing our hands more than Lady Macbeth and were using hand sanitizer.

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To all to please Ellen smiles rather in the manner that Lady Macbeth might have smiled she found a run in her stocking it's for you she said holding the phone out to Walter for me he said surprise who is it I really could not say it said Alan sweetly since you have so many friends that one phone is not adequate to answer all their calls since Walter made no move to take the phone she put it back on the hook they'll call again she assured him still smiling in that terrible fashion I want to turn you both out said well designed she turned to Alan young woman she said do you deny that all this nonsense with aids in telephone calls is an attempt to untangle my nephew into matrimony yes we not Allen said yeah I'm I'm I'm I mean I do deny it that is that do you want me then all your for needling with cheeses and radios is an attempt to strike up an acquaintance with this young woman certainly said Walter I mean I do not admit it good said Walters and you are precisely the pair of city schools I would have picked out for each other she rose with great dignity motion Walter away from her and started for the door remember she said shaking her gloves again it's Ellen knocks one saying she opened the door and started down the whole her handkerchief over her eyes and the surprising thing in such an old lady windows and leaned against the wall near the elevator I'm sorry Walter was saying talent almost babbling I I'm really sorry this time but please believe me I had no idea I wouldn't for the world nothing but the most profound respect a joke you know who help you really didn't think I understand perfectly Allen said isolate it is all perfectly clear it only goes to show what I have always believed about young men who think that all they have to do the phone rang Ellen waited a minute before she spoke and she said you might as well answer at I'm terribly sorry Walter said not moving towards the phone I mean I am terribly sorry he waved his hands in the air about what she said about about what you thought about what you wanted me to do his voice trailed off miserably certainly Allen began to giggle anger is certainly a problem that will bear much analysis it is hardly surprising that one person may be angry at another particularly if these are two people who are gentle usually and rarely angry because emotions tend to be mild and who'd rather be friends with everyone then be enemies with anyone such an anger argues a situation so acute that only the most drastic readjustment can remedy it either Walter Nesmith's order Alan Webster could have moved of course but as Walter's aunt had pointed out apartments are not easy to come by and their motives and their telephone numbers were by now so inextricably mixed on the whole it seems more reasonable not to bother moreover Walters who still snickers when her nephew's name is mentioned do not keep them long in suspense after all she was not lavish certainly but you had that both of them found completely confusing and enclosed a check adequate for a down payment on an extremely modest house in the country they decided upon without disagreement they even compromised and had four children two boys and two girls.

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Nolan #3 - Insomnia / Blow the Man Down / True History of the Kelly Gang

Filmspotting

09:42 min | 2 years ago

Nolan #3 - Insomnia / Blow the Man Down / True History of the Kelly Gang

"From Chicago. This is film spotting. I'm Adam Kanner and I'm Josh. Larsen can't be easy to keep working after three days. No sleep to keep focus. You're seeing things yet. Cause little flashes tricks alight that's Robin Williams with Al Pacino in Christopher Nolan's insomnia from two thousand and two as the follow up to his mind. Bending breakout hit. Memento insomnia struck some at the time as a frustratingly straightforward thriller. This week we continue our Nolan who've review with a fresh look plus we'll have thoughts on three new releases all available online more. Can I get up Pacino ahead? Unfilled SPOTTING Welcome to film spotting Josh. The theaters are closed. But the movies keep coming at least if you know where to look this week. We've got reviews of three new releases. Include ONE. That's definitely a golden brick. Were the debut. That's the cozy noir thriller. Blow the man down a feature debut set in Downey's main and the down under set the true history of the Kelly gang from director. Justin Kurt Sel and the high school set Sela and the spades one. You caught up with Josh Ross. Going to continue our Christopher Nolan who've review with two thousand? Two's insomnia the black sheep. Maybe of the Nolan filmography. We'll see if it does deserve that reputation later in the show first though let's talk some new movies for a change including that Australian import true history of the Kelly gang mother soldier pan. You cost me you. Can that back a child? It is already traveling. Full tilt toward the men are would become. That's from the trailer for True History of the Kelly gang which is available to rent ondemand this weekend. The director is Justin Kerr. Zal who previously made twenty eleven the snow town murders than in two thousand fifteen. He did Macbeth. Which starred Michael Faster and Marion Cotillard? All three of them re teamed for two thousand sixteen assassin's creed now. Kelly gang is set in colonial Australia. Where Kelly and his group of anarchists violently rebel against their British rulers nineteen. Seventeen George MCI plays Ned Kelly. The film also stars Russell. Crowe Nicholas Holt Thomasson. Mackenzie and Charlie Hunnam so strong. Cast their Adam. You're able to get an early look at this one before. It's on demand release. Did the cast live up to. Its Promise House the film in general some of it definitely did in terms of the cast. This is actually my first. Kerr Zal film. Haven't seen any of the other three that you mentioned despite the fact that Michael Fast Bender has been in those two that you mentioned and I'm always down for Good Shakespeare Adaptation. I can't compare obviously this film the Kelly Gang to his adaptation of Macbeth specifically but there is a lot of the Scottish play in his telling of Ned Kelly. Se Davis from our beloved. The Baba Duke plays his mother in this film and she is not someone to cross. She's domineering she's vengeful. It's born from years of oppression as a woman and as an Irish woman living under English rule in Australia. You hear her in the trailer. Seda a young Ned. You're a man. Now you go out and show the world. This isn't a gentle mother's encouragement. It's an order and like Macbeth himself. As ned gets closer to his fate the matter he gets and that unhinged hallucinatory spirit is. What colonel taps into visually think about the late nineteenth century? We get in. John Hill coats the proposition as a counterpoint. This is not that at all. This is realism clashing with fantasy to the point where there are times in certain sequences and shots. Josh especially a recurring motif of a man riding a horse. That feels more like more door than the Bush way outside Melbourne. And so I've dropped Macbeth. I've dropped Lord of the rings throw in the assassination of Jesse James by the Coward. Robert Ford and the pop aesthetic of Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette. Except with punk instead and you get some sense of what watching the true history of the Kelly. Gang is really like which may sound really amazing to you and other people. Yeah I'm I'm hooked so far. Yeah it's definitely a lot and honestly it was a little bit too much for me. Wants so much to be this fiery sneer. That doesn't conform do conventional biography and it's full of these big ideas about colonialism and storytelling and masculinity and challenging gender and sexual norms. The gang the Kelly gang actually wears dresses for me. It's just all too much of a performance of assault to really embrace and actually MCI is part of it. He's a really intriguing presence and has an unsettling physicality that he definitely brings to this role. A presence was kind of all he was in nineteen seventeen. That's kind of by the design of that film and I haven't read anything about his performance but I wouldn't be shocked to learn that he went really method here that he he went so deep. And as I said there's there's an intensity to it there's a real physicality to it but he's burrowed so deep into it. So deep into Ned Kelly psyche that he never emerges for me and I can appreciate the audacity of what Kerr's doing here and his. I our first shot of young. Ned actually is him peering through a slit in his makeshift home while his mother is engaged in a sex act with a paying customer. That's a British officer played by Hunnam and then later at the end it is big showdown with authorities. He's wearing iron over his head for protection. With the sliver is is that matches that exact same point of view so crucial knows what he's doing absolutely and he does have a really game cast Russell. Crowe shows up for a little bit in this movie. And there's a lot of fun as outlaw. Who Basically pays for? He buys a young Ned as an indentured servant to teach him the trade. And I really like Nicholas Holt. In this movie. He shows up maybe about midway through as a really charming despicable and entitled English constable. Who BEFRIENDS NED in the family? Until the family decides that they're not going to subjugate themselves to him like he expects everyone to do so some juicy fund performances here and crystals definitely doing allot as I said in terms of the filmmaking sounds like there might even be a little bit of animal kingdom in there too with the mother son Dynamic and of course the Australians setting so I. I'm intrigued by those comparisons. We'll we'll have to see if the catch up with if it works a little bit better for me. The True History of the Kelly gang is available to rent on demand right. Now the new one you caught up with Josh is called Sela and the spades the directing debut of Theresa Poh. It had its debut back in January at Sundance and it came to Amazon prime. This past weekend in your letterbox review you wrote any movie that mixes the DNA of mean girls. Brick and schooldays has my attention. We're all over the place with our references in this show so far. Tell me more. Yeah this this could be a lazy short and in some ways doing this exercise. But I think it's it is really helpful in this case because those are great films with distinct styles each trying to do something that maybe you hadn't quite seen before done in that way and mixing it all together is really exciting. That also puts a ton of pressure on a relatively small film like Sela and the spades and so I don't know if it's the sort of pressure this movie can entirely bare but I like that. All of these elements are in here that the basic scenario is selling. The speights takes place at an elite boarding school and we follow the illicit dealings and also the the relationships among various student factions there called and each of these factions. They're essentially like criminal gangs. So Sela played by Lovey Simone. She runs the drug-dealing spades. And you know there are maybe some Macbeth Lady Macbeth specifically comparisons to make here in her ambition and the way she holds grip on power. She does take an underclassmen under her wing. But as we come to learn you know it may not be the most altruistic reasons that underclassmen played by Celeste O'Connor now both of those performances are really strong by Simone and O'Connor There are some good supporting turns to. I could see this being one of those smaller. First films where two or three of the actors in them and this happened with mean girls as well right pop up in later films and you really see what what great talents. They have their There's also the whole criminal element calls on brick of course that this is going on among high schoolers beneath the adults is. It's kind of amazing. How little the adults have to play in in this world And then there are some really striking flourishes by PLO as director. And here's where some of the the school days Spike Lee school days comparisons come in because Sela is also the head of the spirit squad for the school and they have a direct address to the camera routine just about what. It's like to be a seventeen year old

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"That is helpful to the state of Washington because it will make some Medicare Medicaid benefits eligible where they would not be eligible it helps with the public messaging as well to all Americans know how serious challenges so it is very helpful and I think the vice president for his help in this regard I also had some discussions yesterday with him about possibility of a Washington state helping expedite some of the laboratory testing protocols have been challenging and a couple other issues so we're glad that to the federal government's help in this regard mmhm my doctor friend told me I've got some advice after people wash their hands or the use Parral yeah tell them don't put their hands back in their pocket there are pockets are full of germs we vote on me yeah sure Hey use your nose clean yeah right it it's all dark in there and who knows what else is in there seriously so well that you do that you got to walk around in a surgeon it's like a surgeon with clubs you with just walk around like a surgeon you have that kind of look that makes it look extra cool buddy minds of surgeon told me when you're scrubbing in next to somebody else you never want to be the guy that leaves the sink first because it looks like you're the floppy wide yeah yeah I'm not there once you like Lady Macbeth over that so they're not yeah there any complications of the surgery Hey Larry didn't well enough all right check you with travel dot in it for the money not enough for the prices yeah just for the love of the competition I think so reading into a crash.

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Played Lady Macbeth like idea I'm a first time caller and I wanted to ask you I've been once Mr out every day and I do want did not have the way people from my face why when you know the day when I take a break and they come out to the camera and a top we the people have a lot of problems why don't they ask us do not assume that by doing this for a lot of their ads like the Republicans it we want to hear the material and see the witnesses Colleen and twice in there is both Republican senators and tell them we want to see the documents we winning it wouldn't yeah you seventy two percent of us Kim yeah they have no other choice but to put on witnesses yeah and the builder of I mean they can hide this from mondo you're right you're right yeah yeah nobody got time for this right we've been here can can we made her giggle yeah yeah standard call you're sure you tell them that meat is greasy tell them you can't wax up only twice it is showing a bike to rising you gonna catching cook it yeah okay forty eight minutes after the hour this was how he wants a pony it to some very carefully I speak French law it just had to be available here for all to see what they say is try to understand the mechanics of it you just don't stand behind it when you put that back strip on me on that we had to do the wax daily twice now now learn a lesson the first time thank you forty eight minutes after the hour this portion of the show produced by McCurry the selling out right if you've got if you're like me that stuff yes I've got closer I I don't like water so no I'll give you an example my best friend is you're staying with me she got a white coffee and tea warmer and put it in the living room where everything is dark I would yes what did I do I replace it with one almost immediately white cord way too much collected at cluttering your house your rules yes exactly don't put stuff down also on McCurry we tend to come downstairs where is my family cash in my pocket mac much market me out chip in my brain stuff to sell my house my stuff if any of you leave a jacket here you wow yeah you won't believe what I've got now McCurry for some of your stuff okay McCurry the selling out make selling almost anything fast and easy that's where you begin go through home find all the stuff you know that's what I call your things everything's my things now listing takes just minutes to take a few pics at a description and boom your items connected to millions of buyers on the apple cart leave an email you a shipping label when it sells everything ships no Walker meetings with strangers well that app has over five hundred thousand reviews on the app store with an average four point eight star rating why not give it a try ring in the new year with less stuff in your home more money in your pocket with McCurry that's M. E. R. C. A. R. I. recovery the selling out go ahead laugh out loud in your cubicle when all the things you're a left wing lunatic anyway if snow Stephanie Miller show join Scott dot then Ellen Miller this Sunday eleven AM for out Chicago Chicago's only L. G. B. T..

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Would be like without the state it's so influenced by the state and so I feel I feel a little sad for him yeah and protective well it is your right when in most modern composers that you have this affection for his life span most of the twentieth century thinking died in the seventies nineteen seventies and as you say this puts him smack in the middle of every important thing to happen in the twentieth century minus disco so very much influenced by the world around them and once was considered one of the great hope of new music and new Russia yeah definitely I mean he's a composer who continues who works not only through Stalin's reign but afterwards add that he's able to maintain our career to he gets defames twice which for numerous composers under Soviet rule like they got one and then they were you know disappeared or they were executed and he manages to survive twice he continues to work by the end of his career he's doing film scores like he's a very sort of modern career well let's talk about the time when Stalin came to power widespread famine by the early nineteen thirties in thirty six Stalin instituted a purge of opponents and intellectuals a million people imprisoned at least seven hundred thousand killed and that year Stalin goes to a performance of Shostakovich's opera Lady Macbeth okay apparently Stalin did not like it this is not one case that so what happens it's a I mean it's sort of it's sort of a satire it is a woman over throwing her husband and master it's maybe not the type of art if you are a dictator that you want to see and so he defame Shostakovich entrust coverage essentially has to go into hiding for a little over a year after this yeah and he's only thirty years old I know and that's to think like I'm I'm a contemporary guess of him at that age and to think if you know if I was defamed I don't know that I would ever come out of hiding well he does in nineteen thirty seven after seeing friends and relatives disappear get executed composers in this year essentially have to compose music that's positive unpatriotic or they risk losing their lives as you said we come to Shostakovich's fifth St there he had at the end right yeah he did have to get there but I think you hold right before that resolution just slightly too long it's sort of like feigning a smile right because again Stalin's listening and if you think you're going to end on a dark note on the dissonant note does not occur absolutely not and I think there's a lot of fear injected into the fifth symphony that he covers up with really triumph at resolutions like that in order as.

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on Aria Code

Aria Code

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on Aria Code

"Last time I sing the marshland on stage the Matt a few years ago I felt a tremendous sense of bliss and joy because it seemed like the perfect time to say goodbye to this this role because I had already sung it in all the major houses and and I just really felt like I could go back and do another round but I just thought you know what. I've said what I have to save this character and let's give somebody else a chance. I think we could all learn from the marshalling that we can't hang onto the beautiful moments for longer than they exist if we do it changes and it loses something beauty. Enjoy the memories but except what is new today. I think that's the busted frozen cobbler. I'm no longer so worried about whether or not we're going to end up together and I'm much more in a space of I love this person which means I'm willing to let him go and be happy whatever that looks like and if one day it just made more sense for us to part ways and for him to be happy you needed to move on or be with a younger person. I'm the Peace Without The Washington is a wonderfully complex person. It's like Hamlet Lady Macbeth. If I'm if he's a he's a whole character there she thinks deeply about the nature of timing of personal identity and change has a private world of own philosophy and religion and contemplation. She takes the hand she's dealt which is the limited hand of a woman even title within those limits. She manages to live a life beauty and I think she finds her happiness.

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

"I forgot my Twitter handle completely went out of my head. That was the poss. This is angel. You can reach me at Espinosa nine one six. This is K and you can reach me on she's Lady Macbeth this is that Jess. Did you forget way? I did. This is. I my so my sister, flew at like six in the morning in my flight was not until an hour later. But I was at the airport at lake or in the morning anyways, this is that Hank. Clink. Ak Jess at Hank link on Instagram Twitter. So Monday, MS at. The clank for real, I'm getting legally changed. Don't worry about it. I thought it was in a room with two overs. Yeah. I thought we changed it to intervene. But you told that you convince not to change it. So I may like my name name, but not the at, you know, and so like on Twitter, it'll be like in a room with two oh, girls at Hancock lake do Jess, and then in hyphen in it in a room over room with two years at Hank. The lake. Love it. That's it. That's it seems song was composed, and played by aiming Hankinson. Thank you Simon. Simon skate for use of the sound effects and music. Thank you to everyone who has been giving us reviews on apple podcast. Tinson stitchers. It means the world to us. We hope you enjoyed the show. And if you did do us a favor, help spread the word to the friends and family. You think Maine joined the show as well till next week? I hope you have many fantastic adventures. You can totally do that..

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

"I forgot my Twitter handle completely went out of my head. That was the poss. This is angel. You can reach me at Espinosa nine one six. This is K and you can reach me on she's Lady Macbeth this is that Jess. Did you forget way? I did. This is. I my so my sister, flew at like six in the morning in my flight was not until an hour later. But I was at the airport at lake or in the morning anyways, this is that Hank. Clink. Ak Jess at Hank link on Instagram Twitter. So Monday, MS at. The clank for real, I'm getting legally changed. Don't worry about it. I thought it was in a room with two overs. Yeah. I thought we changed it to intervene. But you told that you convince not to change it. So I may like my name name, but not the at, you know, and so like on Twitter, it'll be like in a room with two oh, girls at Hancock lake do Jess, and then in hyphen in it in a room over room with two years at Hank. The lake. Love it. That's it. That's it seems song was composed, and played by aiming Hankinson. Thank you Simon. Simon skate for use of the sound effects and music. Thank you to everyone who has been giving us reviews on apple podcast. Tinson stitchers. It means the world to us. We hope you enjoyed the show. And if you did do us a favor, help spread the word to the friends and family. You think Maine joined the show as well till next week? I hope you have many fantastic adventures. You can totally do that..

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Think eleven other brandy. And I called the waiter when he brought it I drank it rapidly and rose to go. I believe you've got hold of something. Would you lend me that MacBeth? I'd like to look at over tonight. I, I don't feel somehow has ever really read it. I'll get it for you. But you'll find that I am right? I read the play over carefully that night and the next morning after breakfast. I saw it out the American woman. She was on the putting green, and I came up behind her silently and took her arm. She gave an exclamation could I see you alone? I asked in a low voice she nodded cautiously and followed me to a secluded spa. You found out something she briefed? I found out I said, triumphantly, the name of the murderer, you mean it wasn't Mukta death is innocent of those murders as MacBeth, and the MacBeth woman. I opened the copy of the play which I had with me and turn to act to seeing to hear you will see where Lady Macbeth says, I laid their daggers ready. He could not miss him had he not resembled my father as he slept. I had done it. Dmc. No. So the American woman, bluntly, I don't what it's simple ice cleaned. I wonder I didn't see it years ago. The reason Duncan resembled lady Macbeth's father as he slept. Is that it actually was her father? Could go greets. My companion. Softly lady Macbeth's father, killed the king. And after hearing someone coming thrust, his body under the bed, and crawled into bed himself, but you can't have a murderer who only appears in the story once you can't have that I said, and I turned to act, two scene four it says, here, enter Ross with an old man now that old man is never identified, and it is my contention that he was old mister, MacBeth, whose ambition was to make his daughter Queen there, you had your motive, but even then she's still a minor character. I said, gleefully when you realize that he was also one of the weird sisters in disguise..

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

10:25 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on KPCC

"Place to live. back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us, the reduced Shakespeare Company put itself on the map with the complete works of William Shakespeare, abridged a fast paced slapstick comedy condensing all of Shakespeare's thirty seven plays into just ninety minutes in their latest creation. William Shakespeare's long lost. I play a bridge writers and actors Austin Tichenor and read Martin imagine of the bars. I work was actually drafted before he had enough sense to give Lady Macbeth and hamlet their own stories Tichenor and Martin are joined on stage by teddy Spencer Tichenor Martin are actually college classmates of mine, we all studied theater together at UC Berkeley about well, I'm not going to say how many years ago when we reconnected I ask them how they came up with the idea for the new show more than four hundred years after Shakespeare's time, we were given a private tour of the vaults at the folder Shakespeare library in Washington DC. And I. I produce a weekly reduced Shakespeare Company podcast. And so I had my microphone with me. And we recorded the interview down in the vault and my wife asked the question, actually, she said what if they were making a Davinci code kind of movie, but about Shakespeare, what would the treasure beat. And the answer was immediate. It was like, oh, well, it would be an original manuscript of a play in Shakespeare's hand such a thing does not exist. And it seems unlikely though not impossible that we will ever find one. But we have performing at the Kennedy Senator that night and reading I just said, oh, well, we should write it then we should right along Shakespeare play. Oh, and we should make his first play, and he's a young genius writer, but he doesn't have the craft enough to know that he should put all these different characters into thirty seven different plays. Not just one play. And we'll make it one hundred hours long and bridges. So we have to reduce it. And so we said, well, you know, since it doesn't exist. Let's just create it. I've actually seen you guys do the show at and borough at the fringe festival. A couple of years ago. And I'm wondering when you were doing any of your plays that involve Shakespeare, and you're performing say in Edinburgh versus say Santa Monica, are there certain things that audiences get depending on how well versed they are with Shakespeare that maybe don't travel as well. Do you notice regional reactions based on the material? What's interesting is that audiences around the world vary to the same degree? You know, there are people in the audience who really love Shakespeare and really get all the references. There are others who have been brought kicking and screaming to the performance by a lover or a parent or somebody and they've been taught Shakespeare, and they think they're going to hate it. And they come out loving it. I mean, what's lovely about. Shakespeare is that we internationally. We all seem to have the same reactions to him. Yeah. We hope it plays at the level of sort of the very best classic looney tunes. Where something like what's opera, doc where it's just Bugs Bunny, and it's funny, and it's silly. And if you know nothing about Wagner. It's funny. Anyway. And then you go back adult and watch it. And if you know something of that opera. Well, there's all kinds of levels that you didn't know you were missing as a kid. And so at our best we hope it plays like that if you know Shakespeare's plays, you know, there's a lot of murder suicide betrayal war, and that's just the comedies. Hello. Start thinking about Shakespeare, there's not always something that is inherently funny about Shakespeare compared to say epicenter Chekhov. So why is Shakespeare's such good material for comedy? Well, I I'm gonna take issue with the humor of it's in checkup. But Secondly, yeah, you're exactly right. And we find it's a lot easier to make fun of the the tragedies than it is of the comedy, the comedy is a lot of them have aged very, well, it's like making a joke on joke kind of the more. Seriously, something has taken the easier. It is to sort of kick the stool after under. Sometimes I read something inherently funny about people speaking in verse it it's a style a little bit like a musical where people suddenly break into song. There's fun to be had with the performance style. What's fun about Shakespeare's long? Lost play. Is that for us? It was both a fun sort of academic exercise. What would it be like if the various characters from all of Shakespeare's different place where mashed together in a sort of a single Shakespearian universe. But it also became hysterical to put Lady Macbeth, suddenly helping hamlet make up his mind, and suddenly that's a very short play or Dromey. Oh, and Juliet. It's really weird sisters Scottish player. Also king Lear's daughters. Other actors have fallen in love with your plays, even one of our producers. Julia PASCAL once performed in an all female production of the complete works of ridged. I hope they pay their royalty. But here's what she had wanted to talk to her about. But here's what she had to say about performing in the show. It was many years ago. And I still remember quite vividly, mainly because I have never sweat so much on stage if to change so many characters and costumes, and at the end of it, you're so tired, but you're kind of in this blissful exhaustion, like if there was a theater version of iron man, I feel like it would be the material that British Shakespeare Company produces because it's just so dense that you just have to bring a different level of energy to really play it. Oh and ask about that the different level of energy to play it. Because at the end of one of your shows, assuming the air conditioning, even if it's working you guys are drenched. So how much of the performance is a. Physical challenge as opposed to kind of a verbal one. Well, it's more of a physical challenge than it used to be. It's fun people come up to us after the show says look like you're having so much fun. And we are and I think that energy drives us because like in real life. We do things on stage, it we don't sort of, you know, the energy we have to put out his crazy. But it's fun. You just get carried along. I mean, you got a house full of people, you know, three hundred five hundred twelve hundred people just laughing hysterically, they they sort of energize you. But it. Yeah, it's exhausting. Well, I love her quote blissful exhausted. And we need to put that on the post or just exhausting exhausting. Nobody. It's absolutely true. It does it does require a different level of energy. And sometimes I'll go to see quote, unquote, regular theater, and I wish they had the same energy that we sort of bring because you know, you've got people coming out to the theater that got babysitters they paid for parking, whatever they left their house, you need to give them something. And what I love is. That is you know, I get on stage, and I can still do things on stage that when I'm off stage. I can't do. Well. You say frequently your maze sort of expanding. What you just said. People made these arrangements months ago. Babysitters booking a dinner coming to the show forking out this money to see us. Oh them something. Well, absolutely. And she also said dense, and I went, yeah. In every sense materialists, pretty dense. And we certainly are we're talking with read Martin and Austin Tichenor about the reduced Shakespeare Company, I don't wanna be trae he secrets, but I do want to ask about a couple of things from your past and about how that influenced what you do today. Read at one point if I remember correctly, you were a professional umpire student is that right? I was a professional umpire. Yes. So how does baseball umpiring lead to what you're doing today? Well, it almost directly it. Yeah. In nineteen eighty I took a quarter off and went to the Bill Kinnamon school of professional baseball umpire in Saint Petersburg, Florida. And then I finished near the top of my class. We went to spring training in Bradenton, Florida. This is one thousand nine hundred eighty the we are family, Pittsburgh Pirates world champions in seventy nights spring training with the pirates. And then I got a job in the pioneer league, which is the lowest level of professional. Minor league baseball. All shortly after that. I took a theater class and said, wait a minute. People aren't cursing at me. And kicking dirt on my shoes. Or just not very frequently. I'm going into. I think the abusive professional baseball line hearing encouraged me to move into the theater, I want to ask you how competitive bird whistling in highschool set you up for what you're doing today. It never really went anywhere my competitive purred with I'm not even sure I can still do the Zanna dura McCray. Carolina NC is or the common mourning dove. But I can do this. I can do. And I've used that in actual reduced. Shakespeare Company performances, so I guess anything. That's a stupid human trick that you can do we put into our shows. Oh, you do so many wonderful tricks such new vaudevillian? I can't wait to see what you do next. Now, you've pretty much seen everything like that. But I do understand you brought a ukulele. I don't think of a lot of ukulele Shakespeare's time. Maybe I'm not getting the history. Right. But tell me how you incorporate music into your show. I think of the ukulele is a kind of a modern loot, and we discovered in the writing of William Shakespeare long unless I play a bridge that in his first play he made the potentially fatal mistake of making his character of Richard the third a really nice guy, which he might have been he was probably less evil than Shakespeare portrayed him. Eventually. But in his first play he made him a really nice guy pining for Beatrice who we know from the his played much do about nothing, and he sees her and he tries to woo her any failing. And he says, no if I cannot prove a lover, I am determined to prove of vaudeville, Ian, Sino more. Ladies Sino, more men were to see who's ever one foot and see and one on shore to one thing. Con. Instant never so sign out. So the net them go and be you belive in Bonnie converting all your sounds of well into hey, I was upset when Beatrice says she didn't love me. But I slept like a baby I pooped in cried and wet the bed so sign not some and let them go envy you live in Bonney. Converting all your sounds into. Hey, my shrink said, I was crazy. I said, I want a second opinion. He said, okay. You're a Hunchback to converting. All y'all sounds of two. Hey, they laughed when I said I wanted to be a comedian. Well, they're not laughing now. Converting all y'all sounds of low into hey, Johnny ninety. Was ever.

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It is a supplement with empire. You can get completely and utterly free. By the news of empire. People pay my wages. You absolute mothers. Okay. Time now for our second gas, and she is one of the fastest rising actress around she was mesmerizing and Lady Macbeth. And now she anchors next weeks. Comedy-drama fighting with my family as page a real life WWE star not F E. She is a course wonderful Lawrence Pugh. John agent recently went along to have a good old chat with her enjoy. Florence pee welcomes the public cost. I'm good. Thank you. How you doing very? Well. Thank you. Thank you for joining us. So we are talking about fighting with my family, and you pay page real life wrestler. First of all what's your relationship with wrestling like growing up? Did you what shits? Nearly zero lie as a kid. I watched a member. My brother always practicing some moves on me and not being deadly pleased and so fighting back. But no, I think the exciting thing for me was I knew I knew nothing about that world. I'd seen it. I've I've met fans of it. But I haven't watched it. And so really when I came to this job. It was such a a mecca reveal of how much I didn't know. And how exciting I suppose that was. And so I guess the player fresh Russell, you must need a lot of training a lot of training intense. I don't think it wasn't sold for about four months. But no, I think that was part of the excitement for the job, and I don't want to speak for Jack to, but we were both very normal. Bodied people. And we suddenly had to become I think that's the best thing about wrestling. It's not like we had to have you know, washboard ABS we had just be able to throw people..

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Not only that you got a coconut car, like whatever you did do it out in play put paint on it. Yeah. Created like one of the most realistic point idols that we've ever seen in the show. And then it was such a great scene. When Jay is like, these dummies don't even know I've seen it. I mean, what was running through your head during all that. Oh my God. I think he thought. Yeah. I did I remember rocking alone. And then I'm like, I think he's on that we got back to camp. And Jan was like, oh, you know, what guys I'm gonna go get some water, and I hit it by the well. And I'm like, I got I got. And like, honestly I had to see it get to pay off. So well going into the game that was my plan to plant a fake meteorologists have a little fun with the game. And I was so happy to see a word question. How'd you get the coconut to stick fact together? It's amazing actually. So we had so many coconuts right is so many because I was like looking for just the way, and I found this one coconut it almost looked like someone had drilled a hole in it. It was and it was a small kind of home. But I was able to just. I have had to open. It was amazing that you did the whole thing at night, you either pay your own you had your own little fire with your work rentable. It was so involved. They didn't even show because I made it I used to think fate, but to do that I'd to mix red and wags and one of these co that wasn't available and then I woke up like with all this pink paint all over myself. And I was like Lady Macbeth like China like wash. All right. So David was great on the exit interview that we did at the finale, but he was kind enough to come on in to the studio a couple of weeks later, and he came on out here on January twelfth 2017. We did a whole long form interview about his game in the millennials versus gen-x in the studio. And so I pulled this clip of David talking about a move that I had said during the season that I was not a fan of David earlier in that exit interview that we just heard said he felt like that that was his best move of the season when he played the idol on Jessica Lewis and Shannon gates, and I talked about this conversation in the story. So far podcasts that we did last week. But here is David Wright himself talking about the move that he made when he played his hidden immunity idol on Jessica Lewis. Louis prima urge in the gen X tribe. This from January twelve twenty seventeen so you were sort of wrestling with this decision, but what happened at that tribal council that made you pull the trigger on making this move..

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"I mean, what arena are the west most consequential Macintoshes power than in the political arena? And this for manages to get to that without a million characters road in and out and say manages to viral. It's it's twists and tens. And you know, you really do have to pay attention it mentions to show that the stakes in this film. Once they finally emerge and not even particularly ideological is really to do with control, San people one in control and certain people being controlled. And it's not even about getting what you would in the end because nobody really guess what they want in the end. It's just this. Yeah. The mackinac of power, and we haven't said much about setup. I guess presuming that people are aware of it. But should we took a little bit about that time? Yeah. It's got this really famous clip thought I'd seen and I haven't even seen in the film, which is when they were having in Korea and learn how vets character was in Korea. And Frank's character his in Korea. They held prisoner of wool and brainwashed. And this scene was filmed from three different perspectives and into together. And so the soldiers think that they are being dressed by a women's flower club, but they have being brainwashed by Korean agents and these memories kind of splinter throughout the rest of the film, and it really plays with reality. And in a way that is quite actually impressionistic and s it's not just the the sort of psychological stakes confusion referendum vote because at the same time as you the viewer trying to figure out what's happening. Say t Frank Sinatra trying to figure out what's happening. Learnt Harvey is a tragic character because he's kind of scenes beyond figuring out. What's happening? You know? He's the guy he's the Jeep. But even he still has his own stakes like what would make him happy his mother played by Angela lansbury is the most Machiavellian character. She makes Lady Macbeth looks like a little poodle. And she is the one who wants power and control and her stooge in this operation is this airheaded Senator and as great line in it when she's like, you have many many strengths one of them isn't thinking, she's controlling him. She's controlling son. And no one in this is really happy to and it's black and white and its shuttles. And it starts toes. And it's yeah. It's really knew our risk in the way that it should. And you just feel the along with the little shadows the shadows of melancholy of these characters. It's where the real Tony watch from like this award season with themes or settings like this one. Pumped up into prestige movies. This back in the day where there was still a landscape storytelling. Whether this could just be a little genre McVay political thriller, which is you can see how nudged in one direction. Frankenheimer plays later would make a scifi movie called seconds that plays on the similar sense of paranoia in the machinations of power, but in a purely fi setting and that can speak to greater political existential themes without being a statements or comments on the actual political landscape amazing thing, but you this is a film about necessitated came out, the Jeff, hey will think that will got I must have been so controversial time. But actually, it wasn't really that. There are rumors that this was taken out of circulation the year after after K was assassinated. But I think that's just. It was with withdraw and many years later by Frank Sinatra. But that's just because she didn't know how to keep his films and in the language then in nineteen eighty eight. It was restored and re released really fascinating movie. I think we will recommend it. And it's very iconic at eight use of the Queen of diamonds you ever have been thinking. I really wanna what your nights how to play the Queen of diamonds look further. Exactly. Generally is marvelous it as well. I mean choices she's a connection with Hitchcock. This is it was really scratching my Hitchcock age. H. Thank you. So that's why we have you on the. Anyway, that was the Manchurian candidate going watch that less now what you think usual channels at the new vs on Twitter comments section elderly, lies dot com slash podcast or retreated movies at London dot com..

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on Q95

"I was like. Shakespeare. Exactly what Shakespeare. Kuwait. Skull talks back. Got it would be worth doing a special where you do you do kata ways. And you have something like that with no commentary at all. What was this guy's name? What does he call him is your your? So that would be fantastic the damn skull would talk back to me. It'd be great any would get away from Shakespeare and try and tell knock knock jokes. It would be perfect. Are there any other famous discussions with inanimate objects in? We could get into the political stuff, but we shouldn't out damn spot. Ladyman Lady Macbeth out damned spot. She's talking to the thing that she wants Jeff Dunham is our guest, a distinguished ventriloquist. Jeff have you ever had a puppet that failed? You thought. And everyone hated it. Oh, yeah. Please. Tell us about that. Jeff. Actually wondered to turn it into a bit. Because every character for everyone that succeeded. I have you know, two or three that failed. And so I have a trunk of what I called what the hell was. I think. I want to pull him out on stage. So I have a Jose. The jalapeno mystique. I thought it was a piece of broccoli. Wait a minute. Don't ruin my joke joke. It's the truth. So this is in college. He's actually my oldest character I came up with was eighty nine thousand nine hundred eighty three and talking on a stick. It's the stupidest thing ever, but it worked and I was in Texas in the south west at killed, right? So I thought if that works why not something else came up with with Tony the talking Meatball on a plate of spaghetti..

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Just expand on this point here that we think we're talking about a couple of days ago. He's really interesting to me. How on most of these political issues the wall being the the one this week? Pretty much. Everyone's mind is made up. I think we made the point after the president's speech addressed to the nation. That if you had three focus groups, one focus group watched the entire speech. The second focus group watched the entire speech on mute and the third focus group watched the I literally two seconds of it. Everyone in the focus group is saying the exact same thing. Meaning it didn't really matter. Everyone's mind was made up beforehand. So I'm just really fascinated by how people make decisions, but I guess it's kind of what we talked about in the last segment, and then ultimately, how people end up changing their mind, if they ever do because most people rarely ever change their mind. And it's we're gonna worse in this direction. Because it's becoming. Seemingly less and less safe to change your mind now, it's not actually unsafe to change your mind. Does it North Korea? You're not in China decided to become a Christian, and you're gonna get killed or jailed because you're not. Does it in an African country where he's speaking out against the king chop your head off? So no one's actually unsafe. When it comes to an opinion, they hold, but we all feel like it's unsafe. So it's going to be harder and harder to admit to ever changing your mind. And that's not good. Quick sidebar watched a really good Ted talk the other day. It's called don't regret regret. Don't regret regret. You hear that a lot of people say. I want to live my life without regret. For that before I wanna live my life. So that I don't have any regrets. Okay. I get it. Totally get the sentiment. It. But regrets. Not always a bad thing. I can't do the whole tedtalk Justice is your watch. It said it's like ten minutes or so don't regret regret talks about a line from Shakespeare. Things without things without all remedy should be without regard. What's done is done? So don't don't worry about things that are in the past. You can do about it. Don't worry about bad things you've done in the past have regret. What start is done? You can do about it. Now this truth that and it's an easy motto to sign up to I get it. The problem is. Lady Macbeth said that. And you don't wanna be Lady Macbeth. You don't wanna you? Don't wanna. Share any mottos and life philosophies, Lady Macbeth. She's telling her husband to stop being such a wuss about murdering people stop being a Panzi. What's done is done? But we don't like to experience regret now. There are certain people who don't feel regret at all ever. The called sociopaths. No want to be a sociopath. So regrets are part of life, and they can be good in the Ted talk. She said regret regret doesn't remind us that we did badly. It reminds us that we know we can do better. Regret doesn't remind us that we did badly reminds us that we know we can do better because some people can do really bad things and not feel not grad. Because they're sociopath. I don't necessarily mean murderer murdering sociopath. Although yes. Just regular walking around people have sociopathic tendencies in terms of that. They're like, I don't regret anything really no self reflection at all. You know, that you can do better than anything you've ever done in any way at all ever. Okay. I do think I could have done better on this. Okay. So a little bit regret. That's fine. Let's do better. Now. That's a good thing. Good. Ted talk called don't regret regret worth watching back to politics. I I don't know. How this thing's going to end this whole shutdown thing because it's going to be possible for for Democrats to say. You know what? The wall actually makes a lot of sense. I saw the Jim Acosta report data the border. He said there's a wall here. But look there's.

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"lady macbeth" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"lady macbeth" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"When you have an abortion. What exactly do you do to have the abortion, you go to the doctor, and they put this little straw inside of your cervix and then inside of your uterus? And then they just suck the pregnancy out and it was like, crappy dentist appointment or something. It was just like this is like a body thing that's kind of uncomfortable. But then it was over. And I felt really just grateful that I wasn't pregnant anymore. I felt really really great. Can't you see a great? I feel too. That's why I have to talk about it all the time is because of how great I feel and it's not that my soul is being ripped to shreds from within me. No. I feel great kids. I feel great. Don't you want to be like me? That's you know, there's this. I can't believe they actually included it in their they included the reaction of a little girl talking to this woman. And just what's what happens in abortion? She said, well, you know, you stick tube in there. And you suck the pregnancy out. What is the pregnancy? It's the baby, of course. And she says suck the pregnancy and you'll and it cuts to the little girl and the little girl goes out. Of course. That's what we all. Did you actually it's pretty dark humor? But you it actually prompts laughter because you see that the little kid has it. Right. And this woman is deluding herself to pretend that abortion is okay with that little kid has something called the wisdom of repugnance. There were some things that just the when you just look at the site of it, something disgusting some. Thing. Awful something grotesque a dead body. What you look at it. And you just immediately withdraw. It's so disgusting. You that's the wisdom of repugnance net. Little girl is showing that when we're talking about killing a baby in the womb, which is abortion, and I'm not going to attack this woman Amelia Bono. I mean, she's she should put out more videos. It's the best advertising. The pro-life movement has ever had also because this is clearly deeply disturbed woman. We saw we did a video on this show. We played it a little while ago of a woman who is at a pro abortion rally, and she was talking about how when she was about to kill her baby. She had this vision of the baby singing a lullaby to her. And then she sang the weird lullaby about how it was okay. For the mother to kill her. She talked about her religious views and had death is not different from life. And it was really creepy. It was really creepy and sick and twisted in. That's what this woman has going on. I mean, that's why if if. You're confident in a point of view, you probably don't need to go out and sit down with a bunch of children and try to get little children to affirm your point of view and fail at it. Actually, not really because all of the kids. Well, weren't you a little reckless? I mean, maybe you shouldn't Schmidt shouldn't do that. Maybe that's not a great idea. And so I I really feel for this woman. It's it's pretty sick and twisted stuff. But this is the logical conclusion when you wipe away all of the euphemisms of this sucking out the pregnancy. The it's a weird little body thing. It's like an unfunded dentist appointment when you take out all of the euphemisms. You can always judge. How true something is by how many euphemisms, and how much jargon is being used to describe it. When you take all of that away. What are you have you have a woman trying to justify to children why she killed a child, and and you look at the kids reaction, and they know it's wrong. And they can they know innately that it's wrong intuitively that it's wrong. And she knows that it's wrong to and she's trying to justify. It with lies and she's failing. And I think she's probably failing even to herself the lady doth protest too much thinks she's trying to wipe out that damned spot like Lady Macbeth. I don't know how many more Shakespeare allusions I can use. She knows that is wrong. It is knowing at her..

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