18 Burst results for "Leme"

"leme" Discussed on Unreserved

Unreserved

06:44 min | 11 months ago

"leme" Discussed on Unreserved

"Host of front burner, the CBC's daily news podcast. This is the first pandemic caused by a coronavirus. The involvement that I'd had should have had me remove myself from this discussion. Every weekday morning we bring you one important story in depth and detail, and we do it in about 20 minutes. Of course we cover a lot of Canadian news, but there's a whole world out there, and we bring you those stories too. You can subscribe to front burner wherever you get your podcasts or get front burner on the CBC listen app. This is a CBC podcast. Garden did not put us on this planet to settle. God call us on this planet to laugh. Me personally, God put me on this earth to laugh. That's my job. That's my responsibility, you know? If I were to have a tombstone, that's what you would say. This week on unreserved and intimate and joyful conversation with Thompson highway. Dante annine boujee hello and welcome. This is unreserved on CBC radio one. I'm Rosanna dear child. He is a world renowned playwright, author, composer, concert pianist and performer. And that's just the short list. Thompson highways accomplishments have been, well, astonishing. This crease story master is the son of champion dog sled racer and Caribou hunter Joe highway and Bella zi highway. Herself a renowned beater lauch and baker, a kind of pudding. And mother to her one doesn't children. And now he's written a memoir permanent astonishment. The first of what will be 5 books, Thompson chronicles the first 15 years of his life. And it just won the $60,000 Hillary west and writers trust prize for nonfiction. And you can hear him already chatting in the background, Thompson welcome welcome. What word did I mispronounce this time? Your pronounced beautifully. The linear mistake you made and I hate to correct you because you know, you know, you know how perfect you are. Oh, thank you. You have a reputation for perfection. But this morning, you said leptin teleportation is not bait. It's boring. Well, it's a very complicated boiling process. What exactly? That's the nature of the argument in the exact. Way called a cake, right? Right. But it's not baked. It's boiled, which makes it a pudding. And there's a controversy that you talk about in your book. There's an opportunity for this very day we go. It's delicious either way. It is very delicious. Yep. And one XM I see, I'm making you an opportunity. Oh, I look forward to it. And then we will have the debate again. Make sure to laugh. Second about leptin. It's a funny word. It just sounds funny. Well, let's talk about that because you start your memoir with a quick lesson sort of this pronunciation syllables. But also you talk about the arrival of the French and in particular their French names. And this hysterical like hybrid result of the two colliding. Can you share an example of that? I don't know if I can. Some of it. Some of it is X rated. Anyway, the letter L didn't exist in the key language into the French king. The French missionaries arrived in northern Manitoba in 1860. My great grandparents generation. And so we were catholicized at that point in time. And but because this book French and not English, the letter L is very, very central. Very important in the French language. This is that I took this hat. That's what they call it. So to this very day, in Cree, we absorb these words. And that's when that's where the Adam came into the picture. Les is another one. Mash, when we go to increase, we don't say and take me out, and to him, and we can say that I'm going to want to pray. But we say, lemes do it, which means I'm going to mass, I'm going to church. One of the things that I found hilarious was the name changes, for example, Jean Baptiste. Tell us the out ridiculous translation there. When the French the English language is right in the northern manager, and it was even in my generation, I was born in 1951. Just before Christmas, mentioned, almost 1952, the names were impossible for us to pronounce because we didn't speak French or English. So we just adapted them to our own time. And the French missionaries gave us French names. The names of French saints on the back of this. So a lot of people up north back then were called Jean Baptiste, for example. And we couldn't pronounce a Jean Baptiste. So we call with the clusters we get with some batteries. And because we are because you laugh automatically. And because we are basically increasing that was not a written language until this generation of writers we started with the first generation to put it on paper. So we had to figure out a spelling for these things. And so I think the liberties, I did poetic license to sprout in the way I want to spoil them. And so I suppose assembly's samba as in the Brazilian dance and cheese as in the food as in a grilled cheese sandwich. So that's his name in the book, samba cheese. There's a sandwiches Fitzgerald in the book, for instance. And then we have names like old guys Chicago is a Denny. She was my village where I grew up. Why didn't really grow up there? But our base was brocher, which is a village of bully Henry people, and would have to in those days. It was half an inch and half creek. Because the tree there had moved so far north, our Cree that my father, for instance, so far I know that they were actually living in Denny country, which is where I grew up bilingual and Danny and creek to this very day I can still speak some pretty decent chairman, then they call these days. In those days, we go to because we were like politically correct back in the states. But anyway, so all the guys is an old woman who has an old woman, and she was adorable. She was my mother's favorite poker blame buddy. They played Coke with a passion of their back in those days. And although it is DNA for pike fish..

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"leme" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"leme" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"And it's not at all a coincidence that many german filmmakers and technicians fled germany early thirties and they came right to write to hollywood. You know it's it's so fascinating to think about Not just the vampire legend but also the idea of of reconstituting a dead body and and putting parts together allah frankenstein and and even mary. Shelley's version is so different than the version. We see in a lot of respects but that that really is a reflection of what's going on around the movie makers i would imagine. Oh yeah. mary show. He didn't really tell us how the monster was brought to life later. She said she had a dream about some powerful engine. But it seems like just Albany or almost black magic that some kind of a elixir of life. Perhaps it is used but when it came time for the movies The nineteen twenties was a time of great scientific progress and We were being told. You know the The future the future wasn't going to be the way it used to be. It was going to be streamlined than electrified. And and There was a lot of talk in the press about cosmic rays which people didn't totally understand but they were impressed by By them in all these things came together in the the hollywood iterations of Frankenstein right who is kind of a strange. He's not just the peace corps he looks like a robot with all those those angles and electrical pertinence and an eight overhanging brow. But it's the square head is like an art. Deco you know statue or mannequin or something But the the long arms protruding from the sleeves and the the shuffling walk and it Most monsters combine to impossible different at least two impossible. Different qualities. They're both living and dead or they're they're They're human and animal or their machine. An animal It it doesn't make sense. It's a paradox. but it's the it makes a kind of dream logic to us and It's exactly like things we we dream about. They couldn't exist in the real world but somehow there are reconciled and brought together to talk with fellow monster kit here. Let a raise the issue of the universal series because those are the the great treasures from the thirties and All the way into the early forties and it so true. When you're talking about television we were growing up. It was so difficult to see. And to catch dracula or frankenstein because they were so rarely shown and when they were at you know i wasn't around that was sleeping but the universal style was very special and it all began with dracula i guess in the states and then of course you've even written about the spanish version of dracula which is fascinating and frankenstein. The wolfman etc share with us a little bit of insight into what was going on in the universal factory at that time who were the leaders and shakers the movers and shakers there well. The founder of universal was Carl leme lumley. Who came over from germany..

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"leme" Discussed on The Gridiron Guide

The Gridiron Guide

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"leme" Discussed on The Gridiron Guide

"That's a good thing. More people are gonna go for p. Ride put a dollar on evans or for free on evans. Just get him. Leme senator bent for a couple of weeks or for the season. If you can have that If you've got the depth there to hold on. Just in case. Joe mixing skin on part of usa. Judge twenty five carries a game or you know twenty plus carry the game so definitely want her of these bags and we keep telling is handcuffed handcuffs handcuffs. Make sure they're all roster deaf eager with the handcuff. So i'll just go into all the handcuffs real quick again. I do it every week. But carlos hyde only fifteen percent roster right. now he's james robinson's handcuffing jacksonville. Daryl kansas city. You're seeing him. Get more usage anonymous handcuffed but you know. He bolted the puck down. So he's definitely the backup running back. If carl claude edward teller goes down there williams will be a fancy over so definitely you know just pick them up rostrum. Keep monitor benca. Just in case liberalism barrington evans near returning the practice on the titans. He's kinda derrick. Henry belco backup so evans is less than five percent owned right now. You could just pick him up if you're derrick henry owner for sure. If you're not just looking to bob you know get somebody that if it goes down evans is your guy and these guys over the fifty percent mark but make sure if somebody dropping that you pick them up. Aj ally mitchell. Michael carter latavius. Mary off for those guys you know. I think three of them are starters on the team ages only exception but keep him his jones those down ally mitchell michael carter latavius murray again for the other three so if somebody dropped him pick him up. Jump on two guys. That don't mention last week. Mother mac fifteen percent you saw him get more carries. Maybe they're just trying to show teams that he's healthy in. They're trying to train them away. So pick up. Marla mcafee ends up in a situation like if you get started the chicago for you.

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"leme" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"leme" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Now we're good and that's better than what i was gonna do. I was gonna try to make it closer. Make him kevin shafran. Okay but that would have made that probably would have made more could have made for some rather comedic situations. Sure where you guys were confused as to who was talking. We probably could have written that out. But we wouldn't have been communicating effectively. Which really this. Podcast is about lucid. Dreams and communicating getting down to it. But it remains to be seen. It's going to work. This whole plan is going to work thing. We're now coming up in our face and probably won't i hate to assume. Oh this'll work. Just because i've seen hayes plans go well but man. I've seen the opposite but we'd already seen the original fail. We don't have the counterfactual except the one failure reisig. Kevin and kevin heffernan responded. When i was trying to talk to bevan's but now we won't have this the at least we won't have that exact issue again. I don't think wait a sino. Yeah we can regroup kevin heffernan supposed to call himself. What chef. Oh i was gonna say. I was gonna say kevin but we have a different. Yes should he. Kevin either is the easiest thing. There's no kevin's just so like nobody. Out of reflex is responding to the cabin. Have you guys read hayes on your podcast because that was screw you guys totally up when when that's that's why we have that's why we've got plenty of opportunities. I want to do the show. Yes i feel bad for the kid. Sweep kid no. He wants to do it. He's by yeah it'd be really good but you know it's just not worth me when we're i'm not changing my name. And meanwhile we've got another issue because the clem dog is here and apparently steve calls himself the dog. I don't call myself the leme dog and called lend dog by other people. I never walk into a room and say. Hey what's up. lend dog here. I don't call people up and be like. Hey what's up doc. But people like you told me lambda do. Yeah you do dog..

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"leme" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"leme" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Happen on. May thirty first told me that the state was on for tonight and this was almost thirty. Percents recent being because we've got more from building getting ready to kick off a ride and also a rod before we got the escape forces at work. It was time leme shaved his beard. Willie turner made sure. The weapons were ready. Earl was getting anxious. Dennis wrote down everything. He observed in his diary. The briley brothers were about to become more infamous than ever and fear was about to grip richmond all over again next week.

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"leme" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"leme" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Their plan was coming together but could it actually work one day in march word. Got out of a surprise inspection of the cell block. Inmates referred to them as shakedowns. J. b. haddish shake in his cell and he was paranoid that it would be found if so it likely meant he'd be placed into solitary confinement for months. Jbc called over a guard and convinced him to fetch the weapon from. Its hiding place. The guard found the weapon and stuffed it inside his sock as it turned out. There was no shakedown. The guard eventually put the weapon back where he had founded originally. The plan was to escape on april fifteenth tax day. There were ten inmates who were involved in the escape and at that point all ten were determined to go but as the april fifteenth date neared a couple of them. Were getting nervous while a few others were bugging the brierley's and others about tagging along with them on the outside the brierley's weren't planning on letting anyone join them to more men arrived that spring on death row. Willie leroy jones and lum davis tuggle junior. not long. After lunch tuggle moved in he was pulled to the side by the brierley's and if you other inmates they asked him whether he wanted to take part in the escape he enthusiastically agreed to do so. The same went for willie. Jones willie was twenty six years old when he was sentenced to death. He was convicted in the double murder and robbery of an elderly. Charles city county couple. The slayings occurred on may thirteenth nineteen. Eighty-three willie shots seventy-seven-year-old graham adkins in the head and then asked his wife seventy nine year. Olds myra to pray for him after she did. So willy shot her. He stuffed myra into a closet and stole thirty thousand dollars from a bedroom. Save and then set the house on fire. An autopsy revealed that myra had survived the shooting but died from smoke inhalation. From the fire. Willie new graham and myra after they had offered to help him while he was out of work lung. Tuggle of smith county in southwest. Virginia had a jekyll and hyde personality. He was a laid back country boy but his darker more violent side would come out whenever he drink excessively. You know if he met him in a bar or something like that in order to fishing camp or something like i think he would be a in just a likable good oakwood but lim could If you've got them drunk and he was around the woman than Then that woman had him very good chance of being killed early. During his adult life leme was given an undesirable discharge from the military for going awol too many times in nineteen seventy one. He then raped and strangled seventeen year. Old shirley bricky in nineteen eighty three. He was paroled for that crime but less than four months later he was arrested for the rape and murder of fifty two year. Old jesse havens. She was shot in the chest and thrown down embankments. He robbed story after murdering his second victim and when he was pulled over by deputies he admitted to the robbery when he heard a call about the missing victim. Come over the deputies radios. He confessed to that crime to he then showed them where he put the body. He simply told them that he was tired of running the one night while in prison lum lay in bed with a hand held per quarter that he snuck inside row here. He is talking about the inmates plan to escape. This recording is from youtube. And i'll provide the link in the show notes so you can listen to it in its entirety from march until may playing. This goes escape. we have low committee. Any problem often. Claritin you can take any kind of all because state overrode resigned here. Nothing more important. So that's where we're headed personal conflicts over obese game on april fourteenth one day before the scheduled escape lynnwood told us denison. They would be delaying the escape one more month. He said his brother j be needed. More time. he felt they were still short on weapons they also decided it would be better to carry out the plan after the post in iraq time rather than earlier in the day it meant there would be fewer guards on duty and they could escape when it was dark outside. Dennis was disappointed because he had already packed his overnight bag of supplies. The change of plans inevitably meh. Dennis would change his mind about joining the escape. What swayed him was his renewed optimism regarding his appeal his accomplice in the murder-for-hire plot the one accused of hiring dennis to kill the victim had his case thrown out before it went to trial. Dennis was feeling more confident than ever that he could win an appeal and he didn't wanna do anything to jeopardize his chances. Dennis told lynnwood he was pulling out. Lynnwood was disappointed that he had lost his driver but he didn't get angry j. b. however had a different reaction already suspicious of dennis j b was told by one of the guards that rumors were circling around that. The inmates were planning an escape. He openly accused dennis of being a snitch. Dennis furiously denied it as it turned out to death. Row inmates identities still unknown to this day actually did tell their attorneys about the escape plot. Those attorneys then went to the attorney general with that information. The attorney general's office called the ward in mecklenburg on the morning of april. Eighteenth three days after the originally scheduled data escape a riot. Team stormed into the pod and checked the cells. Nothing of significance was found. Nothing that seemed to confirm what the attorney general was told that several death row inmates were plotting a breakout on april twentieth. The unit was placed on lock down. The inmates weren't allowed out of their cells except to take a shower and that was every other day one by one death row inmate was brought into an interview room for questioning. Each one came away realizing that officials knew very little about what was really going on. They were fishing for information. Mostly asking questions about hidden weapons. Every inmate remained tight-lipped. The lockdown was lifted after one. Week following the scare. The inmates on death row who are planning to break out were more restless than ever b. Was keeping a close watch on everyone. Errol clinton openly said he would kill the snatch if he ever found out who it was. Meanwhile the plan was never altered. A new date for the escape hadn't been agreed upon but circumstances dictated that it needed to.

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"leme" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"leme" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"And hostile and we stayed there for a couple of days and it was just showing us. You know the the way that the classes go and get on the block. And i said you know i'll give you a ride. You gave me a ride back to my house. Because i was living washington at the time stone statue liberty shirt and there is i was on my. They want to take on invited at hostile. The jets used to practice over. There should come to hostage hostages practice. Yeah yeah yeah and then pasta. I remember now number now. So you know you ain't giving me you know you. You gave me the rock and listen man. Hostile opened up a lot of things in my life. Saying because i walk around. Listen man people look at me right now and they don't understand when i grew up around sack out you. I used privilege for the audience listening. Where you shooter belive we no no no no i i. I believe he had a lot of a. You're listening shoot. But he never shot. That's good see us as he say your dough. Let me out because he was never in notes. We made sure ed. I did in my brother were. This is one of my best friends or marbella's years older than me nominee. But i respect my brother. You know to the utmost degree basically. Let me see a lot of things. And what i once i got although i saw that when he was telling me. Let me in the right direction. So i have a license man now. You know i just had a private. And he's like yo they put you on the parkway them in the back of the car you probably don't even remember this but both of them in the back of the cost smoking. We live in a vaccine. Exactly you know work episode five. I grew up with you. Also have a whole bunch of family members that you know like if you went him a and last name is louis. But what s definite though. That's exactly the family thing was done. And that's what. I'm trying to tell everybody that you could out. There would to be out so they come. Back is still the like roses. But if you do would you bill catch it so just get someone further. But you can't sell yourself out you can't sell you can't sell your soul athletes in rich lemes voice the published i..

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"leme" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"To mybookie DOT COM and use the Promo Code. Mind dog again I appreciate you patronizing sponsors it's it's what keeps the show running as they say, Adam, Lippi is the writer and director of the CIA a movie with for which the trailer you just watch is called. Wait wait don't kill me and It has its second virtual release starting tomorrow night Adams with US Napalese Open your ears and opening minds and how can we help me welcome Adam back into the show. My Lips aren't working too well, tonight, Adam, how's it go I? How You Doing Matt Thank You I? It's a shame won't be on tomorrow night to was open could be your Tony Randall or your refill been. Just show up. With anybody can know my Arthur treater. Some actually the guy who's on tomorrow night described his roommate as a move across between merv Griffin and Jesse Ventura. So if a MERV Griffin and you have to be Arthur treat you. Most people don't even get that referee they giving it the Tony Ren Randall or. I don't know. And you know what? I actually told Robbie risks that one of my greatest fears was turned into Regis Philbin. Because we're in I remember watching Regis Philbin he had Emerson Lake and Palmer on and his first question to them was so play the rock and roll. And I. Just got chills over and I don't ever WanNa be that old guy will interviewing musicians who had just thinking man this guy so Know what he's talking about and Ravi said, well, it's too late manually I am. So that was really a humiliating. So the movie comes out tomorrow night. Now tell me tell people how to say the name of this. leme Lee is looks like A. Is Something Emily Lampe the original Linley was one of the original owners of Universal Studios Pictures. and. Then then I. Think they got into film this exhibition in the fifties or sixties, and it's where they play all of the. Movies that are They're trying to get nominated for Oscars. So they they generally rent out theater there for a week as with the qualifying. That's most you know they make very good with independent filmmaker so most independent films or Oscar, hopefuls get get a week there So that was it was a nice thought. I mean I. Didn't have to pay to do it obviously that. Most places like they have to do what's called four walling and they rent out the theater and pay for the tickets and then sell the tickets just to qualify for Oscars. Now, technically, this year my film is eligible for Oscars, when it normally wouldn't be oh. Cool. An. Expecting. Because they've changed the rules to say that now they're accepting leg streaming this year. So it will they have Rookus Taqwa. Why we I, it's it's premiering technically tomorrow I'm not sure if it's midnight or visit noon or whatever it is I guess I'll find out later but I just had I was running on facebook Gavin thought was not going to run until tomorrow but there was already said a positive before we started a 'cause because it was like well, it's still available. So I'M NOT GONNA I'm not GonNa Waste the views on the at before before it actually starts to run right I was just at the website is tickets will be available soon probably tomorrow right I. Think he gave me some bad info. The other night I'm just questioning maybe not maybe you're right. But we're talking about this and and you said it benefited at it affected your film in a good way because you wouldn't have had these releases if theaters were open but I remember now I'm absolutely sure of the Steve Byrne who was on this.

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"leme" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

Standing On The Shoulders

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

"Lend found his giant pretty early on when he was a lonely teenager who spent his young life being driven from one children's home to the next. I had no parents have no nobody was calling me to see if I was okay. But the point is is that. Honestly. The one person. The giant. Whose shoulders is stunned upon. Who was there when I was in the children's homes Thinking that taking my name when I broke down into depression at sixteen and couldn't get out of the apartment. When I, noticed that everybody around me there was so many people who are racist who were looking after me who beating me because of the color of my skin who was spitting at me from cars who was telling me no, we don't see color. This color is not relevant. You've got a chip on your shoulder who would telling me that everything that had happened to me had not happened. The person who I could. Hold onto who seem to his lyrics speak to me. Was Bob Molly. And he had sounds like survival and songs like him. Could you be loved don't let them fool you. He spoke to my heart as A. As a poet and as a musician as. A man who was as political as he was spiritual a man who came from the villages of right out in the country Jamaica. On looked closely he was struck by all the correspondences between his hero's journey and his own. He wasn't a city boy but who then came to the city. And owned it like I came from the villages of Lancashire to the city of Manchester and owned it. But Molly, was mixed race is father was white English on his mother was black Jamaican and his father's name was noval. Norval very much like Norman. And he was an outsider when he came to the city when he came to Kingston Jamaica on I was an outside when I came to moss side. You know and. One thing of learn about lot of my black heroes they came from the outside. They needed to learn about who they were. They needed to find that people find that tribe. Of course now I know just as molly new just as Malcolm X. came to know just as Martin Luther King came to know the tribe is not of the color. It's of something much bigger much more profound. It's it's something which is of the of the heart and the spirit and the politics. You'll try these what we all spend our lives trying to find. You know. It was so different than, but now I know that my tribe is everybody. Like it's it's everybody. It is the poor old racist in the north of England who come communicate account get he's my tribe. He deserves helps. You know as much as it is the the great rastafarian here in Hackney near where I live. I spent my adult life searching for and finding my family Alex. And I found a picture of my father. My father was a pilot for Ethiopian Airlines. and He co-piloted the Emperor Highly Selassie. for which. He was given the presence from the emperor. My father died in a plane crash in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four. And I found him about him in nineteen, ninety five. When I made a documentary with BBC in my search for him. In. The one picture that you'll see of him. He's wearing the exact same ring on his finger. That Bob Marley. was wearing on his finger. The ring on Bob Molly's hand was given to him by Prince Watson the son of the emperor. By the time I found my father in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, I'd already written two books of poetry one of which quotes Bob Molly. There are some incredible things have happened in my life. But. Coming from the village in Lancashire from their life where I was not supposed to put two two things together. Fighting for myself listening to molly at times when I was at my most broken. To now being friends with his manager. To have made documentaries on the will service and on radio for about Molly and is of his effect on the world. that. My father has that ring on his finger. You can see it online. In fact, if you go online, you'll see my father with one of the Emperor Highness lassie's lions of the top of the asked us remember when I was a child I didn't even know I was Ethiopian. I feel as if I'm. Ebbing and flowing with these extraordinary connections that you are making that you have made in your life. It reminds me of those moments of inspiration you said that family is about memory. About having those memory moments and for you. Bob Marley is checking back in with Bob. Right. This is where I'm at now Bob, we're listening to this song. This is where I'm at the last time I listened the song I was listening to it in this situation and the ability to find somebody living or dead that has been connection with all of your us all of the limbs, the Norman, that time to the leme that is the now. To have somebody there he then becomes family and then to find that connection between him and your father, it's sort of I can see how important that needs to be for the sense of who you find yourself to be now. Alex Seventeen and a half. I was imprisoned by the government in what's known as assessment, center? I'm I have proved that this happened to me illegally and I took the government to Colton. Own Life has been about finding evidence for what was what wrongs we've done to me. However, it was in that place that I listened to Bob Marley and I listened to James Speak of mental slavery I read two books on his life story in him I saw somebody who was spiritual political confused loving. And uncompromising and I think that's the one thing that I learned is that we in a lives a told to compromise often by people who are frightened..

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"leme" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

Standing On The Shoulders

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

"Guest today is say. A British writer whose family of from East Africa from Ethiopia. and. I. Guess That's beginning of WHO I am. Lamb is a poet performer and the chancellor at the University of Manchester. His work ranges from volumes of poetry and plays to documentaries and an autobiography. He's been awarded in NBA E for services to literature by the Queen and last year, he won the PEN Pinter prize given to writers take an unflinching and unswerving of the world. Blends. Unflinching Gaze has indeed been trained on his own life. He was born to unmarried Ethiopian mother and was taken away shortly thereafter he grew up in foster homes and care homes and only found out who his real family was when he turned eighteen. This painful origin story has shadowed and indeed spurred on a great deal of his work including the memoir, the documentary radio drama, and the play I'm told us about his childhood that was marked by pain abuse, but also moments of pure creative beatitudes. He spoke about discovering his family as an adult and about the mystic art of transforming experience however harrowing into memory and meaning. He also told us about the giant who gave him strength and inspiration throughout his life but first, we spoke about his complicated upbringing. My mother came to England in the late sixties to study just for short period of time as part of the expansion of our country, just like an American may come to study in England and Australia Australian may go to study in island. But she found herself pregnant and. The school that she was at. Center to mother and baby home. They had these mother and baby homes all over England many Irishwomen came from. Ireland. To have their children adopted through these Muslim baby homes. My Mother did not want me adopted. And found herself in the dark north of England pregnant having to wash the floors being looked after by the nuns who ran these mother and baby homes as a visitor. My mother was from a country which had never been colonized unlike England and she m. The. Social worker who worked with the nuns in the mother and baby home had me fostered. He wanted my mother to give me to him to have me adopted but she said she would not do that. He gave me to foster parents and he said to them treat this as on adoption. This child is yours forever we will get this woman to sign the adoption papers. My mother. Didn't sign me the option papers and I never saw a gun in my childhood. I was brought up by foster parents who said that they would parents forever. They were white white British from the north of England from the villages they were deeply religious. They were Baptists and the story was that they'd save this poor child from poor Africa. At, twelve years of age the foster parents and my brothers and sisters but the foster parents put me into care into children's homes and said, they would never speak to me again. undefeated while I was in care. I lost everybody I lost my aunts, my uncles, my brothers, my sisters, my grandmom my Granddad. My town, my village, Murph first girlfriend, and from that moment onwards I was not allowed any relativity to any moment beyond twelve years. For the next five years was held in four different children's homes. With children who left home every year staff who changed every four hour was So four different children's homes over the next five years when I left the care system at seventeen and a half years of age. I knew that I didn't know anybody. Who knew me for longer than a year? And I realize that that's all family is it's a set of disputed memories between one group of people. Over a lifetime and I had nobody seventeen and a half to dispute. The memory of me. When I left the children's homes I thought my name was Norman. Mark Greenwood. The social worker at the end of my eighteen years gave me my birth certificate. My boost certificate had the name on it lamb society. The social worker stolen me from my mother. had. Given me His name untold my foster parents he must be cold Norman. The foster parents wanted to call me mark after mark in the Bible analysis name was Greenwood and I have N. G. tattooed onto my hand because that's what we did in the children's homes we've tattooed ourselves we maimed our cells and it's not even my name. So it's seventeen and a half I was given my both certificate and it said Leme Society on it the I'd always been my name. The social worker was so angry with what happened to me, and the fact that I had then had to leave the rest of my life with nobody. leme left the states care with nothing to his name, and now he knew that his name was itself fiction creation of three white people all of whom had failed him. As a child of the state he ought to have had a good education good therapy and could care. But what he got instead was in his own words, eighteen years of betrayal secrets lies beatings and incarcerations. Angry. And he began the journey of discovering who he really was. In other words at seventeen and a half I realized. Everything had been a lie. So it's only at eighteen when everybody else is going out to studying colleges that looking towards getting, married, the looking towards running away from that parents, becoming the adults and blaming their parents from childhood that they didn't like when everybody's moving on. I realized that the most important thing for me to do was to move back because I had to find out what happened to me. As. Social Psychologists I have trained and believe that you are you as you you the identity now are comprised of all of the experiences that you've had. To that point and I'm wondering, which do you feel are the most formative in the limb that.

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"leme" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on 600 WREC

"There is with us tonight on ground 08777331011 That's 8777331011 I need to ask you. You know, we did that special together that aired last year for the 50th anniversary And in it, you know, people will will say that, you know, they felt the deck was stacked against me in a lot of in a lot of ways. And I and I saw how when you were in that you were still being the guy who was the guy that was asking the questions didn't really sway you all that much Because I was thinking maybe the cards were stacked a lot in not answering a lot of the crucial questions that needed to be answered and and that it was done for the sake of trying to prove that the moon landing happened rather than answering some of the harder questions as to why the moon landing probably didn't happen. Well, I mean, I felt like we addressed all of the really big questions that have come up, You know, I mean, certainly the radiation was an issue. We address that the Apollo one fire was an issue. Construction of the spacecraft. Whether there was enough shielding, you know that sort of thing. You know the air pressure on Apollo one, whether they could get the hatch open a lot of things that have been brought up. You know, I felt like we address so I really felt pretty good about it. In terms of of how thorough we were. I'm I'm just curious. Like what questions did you think should have been asked that Didn't get asked like you here, Neil Armstrong when he gets off the Lemmy says that the that the moon regulate the soil is like a fine powder. Yes, and he steps off the lamb, and then we get all these wonderful pictures. Of the footprint on the moon. And I think to myself if he ever walked on the beach Have you ever been able to leave a successful footprint in the beach? Unless the unless the sand is wet? You can't And you don't know it was such a fine powder like beach sand, but how is that they're capable of creating this big footprint. That we all have pictures of and enjoy a cz proof they landed on the moon. Yeah, By the way, That's not the footprint. That's a footprint that Buzz Aldrin took of one of his footprints, but it's used to represent the first step on the moon. We actually ask that question. That sequence got cut, and we did. We did meet geologist. Yeah, we didn't know the geologists and a A museum that had the last Apollo Leme that still didn't you know that didn't fly. And the answer is that first of all that that the regulars itself is very metallic, that it had very jagged edges on it so attended to interlock very tightly, and there was a ton of actually static electricity. In in the lunar regulars, and so it held its shape. And so we kind of went through all that. And the guy explained that I thought fairly succinctly. So I don't you know again, the the other question. The other question I haven't issue with is that when you're looking at something the size of a ups truck landing on the moon, you're thrust needs to be enough in order to keep it from crashing. So the trust hits the moon as is coming down and you take a look at every picture of the limb on the moon. You see no evidence of thrust. You see no evidence of an area where they blew the dust away and take a look at the pads on the limb. There's not one speck of dust pads on the limit all none. And believe me, if you were to take Ah, big pile of corn starch, and you put it in front of you, and you took a hair dryer. And you decided to turn it on the corn starch. I could bet you that it would leave an impression. And so the problem is, is that when you're looking at something that's such a fine powder that the lamb allegedly used thrust to land on. We certainly don't see a crater of anything left behind. Nor do we see anything on the pads of the limb that would indicate they landed in the very pottery area. Their first of all remember that the regulars is about two inches, typically in most landing spots, And actually, Apollo 12 was a lot dust year. There is dust on the pads of the Apollo 12 foot pads. There are photographs of that There are some. I've never seen a mike and show him to you. I've got him. I believe me. I went through this and there are some where there is not any dust, and there's some weather is because again it it's just kind of got blown away and below that is hardpan. There's also some photographs of the thruster underneath the descent stage where you can kind of see a spiral pattern where something got kind of blown away. And remember, too, that this thing is in 1/6 gravity. It's throttled almost all the way down. It's like really, really low throttle, so they're not pumping out a whole bunch of thrust, And it had these long spikes that basically when you're about 10 feet above the surface, You simply once you got a contact light from those spikes. You cut off the engine, and it just dropped to the lunar surface. That's how he went into the lunar surface. They went deep in the lunar surface. Those spikes So how is it that we don't know? It's it's confusing. 8777331011777331011 Mike, barrel wins Re entry phone calls Coming up. Don't go away! Where my where my my The daily Zeitgeist is a podcast from the world's smartest and funniest comics and writers that gets you caught up on the.

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"leme" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on Pantheon

"Alright so in my little quote marks in my notes. I included Ted because I. Feel like He. Most colorfully has the most to say on the topic because people will bring up to him the concept of heavy metal, and you know Ted he's got an opinion on any on everything so he will talk about what to him is heavy metal, and why he's not heavy metal, and he will usually couch it in terms where he'll try to be a little What is it provocative gas lighting? Because you know in back of his mind, he is often accused as being racist right. But he will this is where he will take the opportunity to mention his black brothers his. You know his black forebears, the masters who did it most just to almost add that secondary point that he wants to drive home that a I'm not racist, but be. Here's one reason I'm not racist I worship, and Adore all of this black music that I grew up on and I. Bring that up. Also to make a point about Ted and Lemme combined is that? Certain of these guys are old enough that they did grow up on original Blues and original rock and roll from the fifties, and there were a lot of black artists in there, so so ted like say he has the most to say on the topic, right? Because because he's just an orator We know that He's a master, low cuter or whatever they say But but basically he. You, know he he will go into this rant about. Heavy metal is to white for me and he has a good point here. heavy metal is kind of a white music and one of the specific things about it when people talk about it as a white music, is it? It can be pretty locked to grid because when you think of thrash, you think of those Jack. Hammering! Double Bass drums, and things like that, so so one sort of criticism of heavy metal is is not groovy enough. It is to locked to read sometimes and. Yes, modern heavy metal is just very technical, and very you know they talk about desktop metal could be made on a computer and off. It is made on the computer, so that is one of Ted's big complaints about heavy metal that it is too white for him, and and he will he will say Oh. Yeah, I I love I love my brothers in in Metallica, but it is you know that's not me or whatever right, so he will talk about how he is You know he is next in lineage from his from the black masters all this, and he will rattle off Chuck Berry and bb King in at Howlin Wolf, and all these guys. It's almost always the same sort of rant Once you've heard it two or three times. You don't really need to hear it again, but Yeah, so I wanted to make the point that Ted is almost old enough that those were the original guys that lit a fire under his butt and Leme even more so I mean Lemme, Lemme even talks about You know growing up on the music from the fifties in the fifties. So so it's kind of interesting, so this is. Where does all come from and? And this is another reason why these guys can't consider themselves a heavy metal band I mean when Ted's thinking of heavy metal right now. You know he's thinking of it. three four five generations later than the stuff he grew up on, so it's very natural for him to not think of himself as a heavy metal artist, but I just played you snake charmer very heavy metal song. Ted Touchdown on heavy metal all throughout his career. You know I thought his last few albums were very heavy. You know especially crave man in love, grenade but in the seventies. He was essentially one of the one of the master anvil forgers of heavy metal. He was making a lot of it in terms of the heaviness of how heavy seventy says compared to the eighties, compared to ninety S, and so on, but snake charmers, one of these venom soup you think of Hammer down on free for all and the the nascent speed metal of turn it. It up. You think of stranglehold storm troop, and even just what? The doctor ordered you know these are songs with a lot of riffs in them. you think of paralyzed but I wanted to play. You. One very agreed example so this is snake charmer from state. Shock made nineteen seventy-nine. You know just just a straight. You know UPTEMPO heavy metal song really what it is. So there you go, Ted does not think of themselves as a heavy metal guy, but when he makes heavy metal, it's. Special and wise, it super special well maybe again. It's because he doesn't know the rules. And you know the earlier on I, mean I? I guess I didn't really make this point. And you know. All of this stuff is from the seventies early on. There weren't a lot of rules yet, so these guys were the guys making the rules as he went along so chicken and egg, which comes first so so essentially. It's GonNa. Come out is super creative music I guess because this music has not been created yet. They are creating it for the first time, and that's why that's another reason why it's sort of special all right, so let's wrap it up there. Hope. You liked this episode like Oh. I can't believe I haven't done one on this before. Because I do talk about it with all my buddies quite often. It's kind of a neat concept there you go. Yeah Martin POPOFF DOT COM. For All your book needs. We just got 'em empire. The clouds maiden in the two thousand, so I've got all three iron maiden books in stock at the same time, which is kind of rare pretty soon. This is gonNA fizzle out, and I'm not going to reprint. The my imagine got both priests books the Saxon Book. So, yeah, a lot of stuff in stock. Some other things are a little bit out of stock, but coming back in stock. This is the stuff that I. Get from My. You know my my actual publisher in. Doing a lot of my books ymer over in the UK I'm getting a fresh batch of agents of fortune in the bluish to call one plus the big boys to call hardcover plus Black Sabbath born again which I got a few win and ran out very very quickly, so I'm getting that back, so yeah pay pal. Button's there for everything international candidate us go to our facebook for history and five songs with Martin Popoff. You can email me at Martin P at infrared dot net. Tell me what you think but yeah. This was a fun episode. Pretty happy with it. talk to.

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"leme" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

Liberaleren Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

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"leme" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

"Ghost on Demand Street written by Jerry Geraldine Cadiz. There is a very thin line that separates the world of the League from that of the spirits. Many believe that in this age of technology but we actually coexist with them. I see them. No I'm not trying to cash in on that current Bruce Willis blockbuster but just like the boy cold in the movie. I do not know why I see them or why they appear to me. They just do and no. I am not mentally challenged. I am a stable person with a pretty logical mind. I was eight years old when I had my first ghostly experience I saw my dead on cradling may be brother in bed. Never told this to anybody for fear that no one would believe me. What are the chances of a grown up actually believing an eight year old? Besides we always been told that that people really do appear to their living relatives. Even an older cousin claim to have seen the spirit of dead on the problem is that incident a seem to be seeing more of them spirits. Who Walk around passing right in front of me oblivious of their surroundings. I guess I never really felt scared about this apparitions scenes. They never really bothered with me. They were only fleeting images. Just glimpses of people who are but not real like you're walking on the Strip and then all of a sudden someone in crossed Your Path. There's that initial feeling of confusion variant and fascination then move one but never did. I imagine I would come face to face with the ghost so horrible so angry so disturbing and so beautiful. It happened a year ago. We had just moved into this house on the mass along street in Mclaren it was a nice house new. Actually the through is a wasn't expecting to see any of my gremlins. Asthma Club may close friend caused these entities. I see the truth is I wasn't expecting to see any of my gremlins as may close friends qualities entities. Ac there because like I said the house was newly constructed. It had only been new vacant for a month before we been and the House look pretty normal with its fresh green pain and light blue deal Ghaith. It could pass for any house in any given neighborhood. One night I came home late. It was humid so I decided to take a bat before retiring to bed. I remember wanting to open the windows but decided against it at the last minute I was in the middle of breathing or may breathe the horses when I finally fell asleep until now I couldn't put my finger and what exactly it was. That broke me sleep that night. All I know is that it was so cold by I broke out in goosepimples before even opened my eyes are a distinctly fell presence with me in the room. Took me a while to adjust my eyes sites in the dark but when I did I saw an outline of a female form standing at the foot of my bed instinct told me it wasn't my mother nor it was human. I remembered choosing ice. A silent breer playing on my lips Fear May who'll being that night. I couldn't have been curious so I opened my eyes again. She was still there her long. Dark hair swing from the breeze or was it from electric fan. Her beautiful face marred by the expression of bean and controlled hostility in her eyes. I wanted to scream. I'd never felt so weak and helpless in my entire life. Scape me and I felt so weak. May Lemes felt like dade the Jelly. I felt as if something was drilling at the base of my skull and my soul was desperately trying to escape from my buddy. This must be what naked fear feels like all this time. The anti simply stood there watching me with fury is that seem to consume me then. Suddenly she vanished. The drilling stop and mysolar settled once again inside my buddy. I couldn't go back to bed after death. I bird myself under the bed. Colbert's I burn myself under the bed covers and waited for done to come. I told my mother about it the following day at full expecting her to believe my story the miser price she answered. I saw it since then. The ghost appears from time to time so much so that she has an added member of our household like a border or something however she this not linger long enough to stare at me anymore. She just by by now. I've gotten so used to her that I am no longer than as I felt that night even if I see her passing through the bathroom morals while Baking Bat..

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"leme" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"leme" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"leme" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

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Sid Fernando

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:19 min | 3 years ago

Sid Fernando

"Elsayed good morning I'm good said I didn't think to ask this accept the fact that The dirt mile fresh top of mind off of Mary's visit a we know that it's been an intrusive edition in a handle generator but what's what's its role really as a contributor into a stallion the prospect it just doesn't feel like it it it's all that valuable or or important from that standpoint well I think if you you know look at what Dick Mandela had told recorder as Lake to build sending in the article in the end his leaning towards sprint because appeals to more prestigious rates in the Breeders Cup Mile Dirt Mile and I kinda tell your you need to know the dirt mile probably lack of You know better word probably you're spot for unquote but he decided to go and sprint because it's much more prestigious rates you know the thing is mile races are important yet cigar mile obviously metropolitan mile those races are a pretty big stallions resume the Breeders Cup dirt mile as opposed to the biggest cup mile on on the glass doesn't have that cachet which basically question and with that idea in mind and absolutely right just looking at the and and here's you know here's the list of winners and of course city alight last year Battle of Midway Thamar coups Lemes map and certainly his his stallion career off to a very nice start golden sense back to back tap czar calebs Ossete Dakota phone furthest Land Albertus Maximus and Carinthian the first of the the dirt mile winners so it it isn't it's not as if you know that list golden sense in recent years golden sense and Leems map can't you can't argue with the with the early returns on hairstyling efforts no you know Liam's math at one of the prestigious Woodward Cutler is like Golden sense showed us forum early by winning Santa Anita Derby Day later cut back in in trips in one the I think he wanted dirt mild lights right no I mean you know both those horses are promising career tally as well obviously you know came into that race Legitimate prospects beforehand you know a wonderfully Catalina cruiser interestingly enough going this dirt mile and I don't know if they will or not because the only blemish is record I believe is that the dirt mile from a year ago the way he's he's perfect but the one thing he's whacking is that great one and that that would be important Chris his careers balancing now that's a fair that's a fair points for for a horse like for a horse like him just getting that yeah just getting that mark is is probably is probably enough and so from that standpoint you you WanNa pick the the race that is more likely to you're more likely to win remember I think when when when Vinnie Viola and and Todd pletcher made that choice with Liam's map it felt a little this pointing I mean because he looked coming off the Woodward way yeah it just felt like go for the brass ring although at the same time going off going off with a slam dunk slam dunk to some degree in the in the so you still have to go out and win it they don't give it away no exactly I so I just hit the big my biggest frustration I have no problem with anybody that goes in this direction it just it it in the breeders cups interest in handing the event it just invariably has taken courses from you know from two of the much more important races the classic and and the sprint although this year it's certainly not going to hurt the sprint this year the sprint which has been kind of limping along with smallish builds and and you know a little less interesting than it used to be not this year it's got every potential to be as as entertaining his any race on on the on the card over the two days said aside from Breeders Cup I've got a bunch of boy a whole bunch of things to talk about

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"leme" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"leme" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Deal. I if i'm not mistaken i think the the committee that chooses the train the trainer jockey and owner of the week and claiming the week out here at del mar. It's it's revealed on friday but i heard the committee that does that fit mark for trainer the week last week so it'll be recognized nice today between races for that very cool. Let's turn to sunday j. before we wrap up and i you know really kinda celebrated <hes> jerry jerry hall and door for being able to ply his trade as his as his license entitles him to <hes> the one point four four million dollar don alberto sibling lemes map and not this time the philly mattera debuts from the rail in sunday's opener. It's a donald berto showdown because not only do they have material who drew the rail the one point four million dollar yearling dimension to half to salinas map <hes> cetera but they also have the horses drawing on the outside home-bred stellar sound also by tap it <hes> this one they bred as opposed to <hes> material who they bought <hes> and both of trade like day our top quality phillies <hes> so i i it ed's trevor would say it comes down to these two <hes> they they ended up in the same race because they're trained by different people but both are <hes> both are of very good quality and and or wants to watch not only to <hes> sunday but down the line and i i should mention i i just because it made me. It made me laugh. Sometimes you try to read things into the names of horses. Paul read name one buyer's remorse. I i don't know if it if it's reflective of his of his feelings about the leaves map philly but i hope not i know i thought i told myself i know right behind. There's usually very good stories behind the naming of his horses that have to do with the people who take an edge on the golf course and things of that nature he's got. He's got some pretty pretty funny. Names that are sort of a lot of them are inside jobs with some of his friends so i'll have to try and find out what the what the back story is. I'm buyer's remorse. I've got a feeling when we get to september october down the road. This is going to be one of those summer two year old maiden events that keeps producing horses because there's a there's no shortage of <hes> you know six-figure types michael stinson in holland door for have the honor code philly sentimental debut in here <hes> there's also <hes> jerry shield spread spun gamely namely. The hard spun philly ian cruel jackson's out <hes>. There's all kinds of what looks to be a nice ones michael mccarthy with a <hes> a <hes> awesome again philly christmas pickles for cannon looks like <hes>. She's got some quality or so. This is going to be an important race the great to del mar mile jay and i. I'm going to pick this race for my beat. Vic challenge a lot of familiar faces in here like bolo and sharp samarai and ohio what a view boys here. Oh my god bombard majestic eagle and a couple of new new faces to nacho korea's shows up with the chilean pick. Auro and prince earl on the rail is worth looking at the patio pro- <hes> last seen in december in the hollywood derby yeah. I think it's a pretty tall order for prince earl <hes> but i'll see how he does down the line..

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