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"lindemann" Discussed on Inside the Studio

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"lindemann" Discussed on Inside the Studio

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07:58 min | Last month

"lindemann" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"Were you get out of songwriting music. Is it therapeutic for you. How does how does it make you feel better. I'm always curious by people who are sort of blessed with the ability to write like what it does for them. Yeah it's really therapeutic. i. I definitely get like relief. Out of them out of sessions and also it's cool because it's like it's therapy but then you get something cool out of it and then you get to like live with it until you no longer like feeling feeling which is really cool but it always makes me feel better when i'm having that day just to like get it out. Have you been in lockdown. If you've been feeling creative yes so. In the beginning of town. I was like really not creative. Like i really wasn't feeling it because in the beginning i was like. Oh it's not gonna last. Like i know everyone was kind of like. Oh this is just gonna you know be like a couple of weeks and then we're going to get back to normal so i was kind of that wave to and in the first couple of weeks i was just kind of so i was like cool. This is like a break. And i just get to like stay at home with my boyfriend watch movies all the time which was really cool at first but then i realized very quickly that it was going to last and that really bored and like i needed to do something so i think like later on. I started getting inspired again. And now i'm still like. I'm still in the way of being inspired. So i've been just making so much music and corn dean good to what was going to ask you to or you more inspired by looking inward at yourself and your motions or looking outward of more observational or both or a mix of both definitely looking inward iran. Everything about stuff. That's going on with me. Sometimes i'll try to write stuff. That's like i always ask when i did have something to talk about into session. I'll be like oh. What are you guys going through right now. But i don't know. I always feel like writing about myself is just more. I don't know. I feel like more of a obviously. What is your your recording process. Been like in the last year. So in lockdown home studio setup or like zoom situation or beginning quarantine. I had my home studio up. So i was like recording everything and then sending it. But then i would start to like i was still doing zoom session. It's only been really doing zoom sessions. But then like i have my one producer like i'll go to record something with him. If we want to get it. Like you know chris been something goodbye. It's not your fault and crash and burn were songs i did on zoom sessions and then i like went in recorded them. But it's kind of different with everyone like obviously the like still respecting cove. It and people like you know boundaries and everything with everything going on you started. Co-producing differ the track different. You co produced. How how's that experience. Been having more more control over over the sound and just in all of that. It was cool i. I was really involved in the production process of this ep. Because was so obviously coming from like pop music. I really wanted to make it perfect and like make sense. And i don't know i just had so many influences and i wanted to bring in so different. Different was actually the first song we made on. The and i don't know i was just like so on top of that production because that was like the first song so that was going to set the tone for everything else that i was doing so me. And cody just worked on that production for so long and he just helped me and taught me by certain words and like what to do and yeah he's really helpful and that's was written after a pretty freaky experience when you were in malaysia during a concert and the concert was like shut down midway through. How much of that experience was Played a role in the creation of the definitely. When i when. I got back like i was just really experiencing a lot of emotions and feelings and two different was the first song i wrote and i really like a week after i got back i think and i don't know it was. It was just really helpful for me to get in the studio and released everything. I was feeling in talk about it with people that like. You know. we're helping me. And just like helping the also be creative because they really did stumped me for a while so it was cool to get back and that what you like to do when you're not making music to stay to stay grounded in this last year. Things to to watch her yoga or meditation. Or what's your favorite way to unwind when it's not music I've been playing video games lately. I always played video games over quarantine. I've definitely been playing more. Like i got a monitor and everything so video games for sure. What are you playing. Play call of duty. And then i play like and then i play games like stranded deep in like weird games like games. Oh my god. That's so funny. I just got into my old and sixty four. That i haven't played in. You know fifteen years something like that which is like doing mike. All mario kart. It's funny the things that we like. Grab onto in times of stress. Like which is this year is undoubtedly been. I've been listening music. I haven't listened to since azure ninety s and stuff. Yeah what have you been listening to listening to so much. I feel like i definitely got back into a lot of music that i forgot about like a songs i just completely forgot about and also been listening to like new people to like war gasm. I've found over quarantine and i love orgasm like they're so sick those until those more about horror movies like are you like. What are some of your favorites. So those i love like early two thousand or movies like i know what you did last summer but i also love like. I don't know why. I'm this is probably why paranoid. But i'm really into like gory. Horror movies because i feel like sometimes just scary like pop ups and stuff. Don't scare me. Like i need to watch green inferno and like that's and then i'll be scared. Did you ever watch stir of echoes. Kind of a weird. I don't think so. I think it's a late nineties. Like in that era like late nine these early two thousands golden era of stuff. I think it was with kevin bacon. I remember seeing it. I haven't seen a long time. But i remember seeing it as a kid and then get in high school and it scared me just as much when i was in high school as it did when i was a little kid. It was like truly terrifying. Shed is it. I have a goofy question for. What is a paranoia that you have. You can laugh at like for me for whatever reason i have no idea why. I am petrified of dead fish. Like i'm fine with dead fish for some reason like absolutely terrified of dead fish. I was wondering what what you're sort of funny. Fear is absolutely terrified of the ocean and jenner. Also i tell you what is where the paranoid about. I don't know i'm like always. I mean this is like a rational fear but i'm always scared. There's like someone in my car. I like when i'm driving. Like i'll always check in my bag before i even get in the car like getting peak in there but like while i'm driving i like like i'll like throw my arm back there and just like make sure no one's there even though i've already checked like where they come from you know but at least do that. I don't know why. Oh i totally feel that i. I've been living in new york for many many many years since college. And i just now in the past couple months got my first car and so i'm just. I'm not used to parking a car on the street. And so every time i get it. I'm like i feel the same way. I i d like the car sleep. Make sure there to show you how easy it is to file a claim with geico. We hired a soap opera star. Gracious me like our has storm damage. 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"lindemann" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

07:57 min | Last month

"lindemann" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"My guest today hails from the great state of texas she first exploded on streaming platforms with dancy anthems like pretty girl and obsessed but our new. Ep is something very different called paranoia. It's dark and twisted brimming with intensity in anxiety. And i mean that in the best way. She's traded the electro pop of prior work for electric guitar and heavy drums which matched the greedy mood of tracks like knife under my pillow. Scissorhands and loaner. She's a horror movie fan. Casey evan guest but the songs also come from a deeply personal place. She says that the tracks are more authentically her than anything. She's released to date with paranoia. She's revealed her true self as one of the most exciting alternative artists out there. I'm so happy to welcome maggie lindenman. Thank you. Thanks so much for taking the time i really appreciate it. Of course no thank you for restore going to. How are you gotta do the quarantine check in feeling. Good happy healthy. Yeah i'm doing good. I'm i'm definitely very over quarantine but i'm doing. Did you recently released your first ep paranoia as a high strung guy who just lived through twenty twenty. This title resonates with me immensely. I wanted to know what does it mean for you. Where did that title come from. So i started writing this ep into those teen and in two thousand eighteen thousand eighteen. I lived in this house. And i was always so paranoid. I don't know why. I just like in big spaces where there's a lot of rooms or just like a lot of spaces. I get really paranoid and like neither. My pillow is obviously about like my paranoia. That i was feeling at the time and i just felt like it was a really reoccurring theme in my life so i actually had a different title at first and i just never felt like it was correct and then after writing knife when i heard the word paranoia was like. Yeah that's perfect. The radio big horror movie fan so mean. Maybe maybe that probably doesn't help in one. Interview summed up the sound of the ep. As in three words pop. Rock and crazy which i love all vanished. Only if you could elaborate more on the sounds. Yeah i mean it's like i don't know it's like Alternative rock but it's also pop. And i don't know it's just crazy 'cause i dunno. It's like nothing. I've done before and it's just super different and i don't know the lyrics are really some of the leary sad or darker but then the sound around. It is like exciting and fun and upbeat. So it's cool because it's like even the sad songs aren't lakes sad zones to ask you the sound so different from some of the more dance pop stuff from a few years back like pretty girl and obsessed like what made you decide to switch it up and go down. This route was sort of the heavier drums electric guitars and stuff like that. Well when i first started making music. When i first started making music making alternative pop music and i wanted to go in an even more alternative lane was by music but you know being so young in an industry and not really knowing anything about yourself yet or like who you are like where you want to do and only knowing you wanna make music. You know when someone's like no. You should do this. You're of just like okay. Cool so i was kind of just down to do it and i felt like time. It was fun but it very quickly got to a point where i just wasn't enjoying singing the songs and i just wasn't enjoying like performing and always there's a disconnect between me and my music so i grew up listening to rock and pop punk and my whole family's iraq family and i don't know there's just something about rock music that is just so different for me and listening and performing now. Just there's just like a clear nine day difference of how i feel now. The music making you feel that women entering the music industry sort of automatically get showed in the more of a pop lane off the bat. It's like so much to give him. Which i always find really strange. I mean was it sort of hard to be like. No i wanna rock. I want us to track. Gaslight for example has those those screams. You're is that because i know. The collaboration was sick brand. That's sick brain. Oh my god. That's an amazing song. I mean just the the passion in it is so. Tell me more about that song. It's a kiss off song. It's a breakup song. Tell me more about that. Track mandzic renner. Best friends in real life. So i when they were just like dude bike. I love your music. I've always wanted to scream on a song. But like i don't know if i ever wanna scream really give. I'm ready to do that. At least so like g wanna make a song and she was like out to it and so we went to the studio in like finish the song like two hours. It was really quick. I don't know she's just really talented. And just because we know each other so well in real life. I felt like it was just like a very natural thing to normal for you to work that quickly. Not always i like lately actually though. Yeah like i've been working really quickly but other songs like different took like two days to finish which is like i think the longest one but yeah it is. I mean different. Took like writing days to finish and then like scissorhands took like so many days because we just kept switching it up so many times like in general. Yeah i feel like. I do write songs pretty fast. I dunno i feel like the teams i work with are just like they know me so well so we just usually get stepped on really quick about scissorhands. I mean just classic movie. I wanted to do you relate to that character this guy taken from his home and dropped into this like early perfect place for my mind i thought about you leaving texas for for la. Like maybe. i'm reading too much into it. But i love the story behind the movie and i always felt like i related to him just like doing everything for someone that you love and then it kinda like fucks you over and you like are in this place that you don't even wanna be we're kinda like taken from and now you're here so you to make the best of it kind of thing. I don't know always felt. Like i kind of related to him in a lotta ways and i also just like love that movie and i love this. Everything just thought maybe so. That's the kind of a theme on the album scissorhands. You also have loaner. Which is a song. That has a message. I feel like we've been hearing a lot in the past year with quarantine lockdown with the whole like. It's okay to not be okay right now you can. You can live with those feelings for a moment. I want to ask you more about where that song came from for you. He has actually read that song before. Quarantine and it's funny because now it makes even more sense. But i actually wrote that song like i think december of two thousand nineteen and. I don't know i was just fifteen. I can't really seasonal depression. And i was just feeling really really lonely and like even though i have so many people around me that love me. I was still feeling this like loneliness so i don't know i wanted to turn it into something that wasn't so negative and more of just like this positive thing of jahmil owner but i like it that way like i don't know i feel like if you're owner and you can be by yourself spend time by yourself. That's actually really cool because a lot of people can't time with themselves so i just wanted to make it a positive carmax. Were pretty flexible with how you can buy a car if you'd rather scroll through fifty thousand cars instead of walking the lot. Go forward if you want to see how car smells on the lot before you buy it by all means. Hey we all have our things want the whole thing to come to you without ever leaving home by online. 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"lindemann" Discussed on WGN Radio

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01:55 min | 7 months ago

"lindemann" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sponsored by Lindemann, Chimney, heating and cooling. Deadline approaches for many Cook County homeowners, Let's get a look at w G n traffic. There was a crash with injuries out on the Stevenson the Stevenson north out of Weber Road that crash Eyes right on the ramp to Webber Road, So watch out for that. Well, you received a two month delay due to the pandemic, but the Cook County treasurer's office is nearly a quarter million. Property owners must pay a billion in Cook County property taxes. By the first of October to avoid late feeds Go. County Treasurer Maria Pappas says the second installment of property taxes had been due on August 1st. But late fees our way through October 1st After that date, Any balance do is charge one of the half percent per month as required by state law. Over the past week, Elmhurst has been the biggest scene, the biggest increase in cases. Since the beginning of the Corona virus pandemic patch dot com, reporting that the Orange Theory fitness studio on Elmhurst has confirmed 18 positive covert 19 cases. At studio on under 35 North Addison Avenue clothes from Thursday It is Sunday to investigate the outbreak and to perform a deep cleaning of the gym. The first presidential debate coming tonight. President Trump on rival Joe Biden take the stage in Cleveland, W GM or the presidential debate live from Cleveland. We began news nation coverage at seven tonight. WG in sports. The sacks visit the Oakland A's today and the American League wildcard Siri's pre game of one o'clock first pitch to with Andy A Darren right here on 7 20. WG and and checking the forecast from the Perma CIA weather Center for the remainder of the day. Cloudy. Slight chance of rain Look for a high in the low sixties..

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"lindemann" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

Call Her Daddy

06:04 min | 7 months ago

"lindemann" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

"Magyar music is really fucking depressing sometimes and What can you kind of? Don't get too dark like. Like what is your life story a little bit like where did this dark depression sadness come from like you get bullied when you were younger like? No Yeah I got bullied why also got an instagram really early. So I was only instagram and Tumbler. When I was like in two thousand eleven I think got on literally. So along asked an early bird up in that. Oh. And Looking back on it like I was definitely super crunchy. Okay. But it's about where we all back. Then I'm like a kid in middle school at this point, you know what I mean I would you? Weren't you kind of like you almost got famous because I thought you had like Tumblr I was on Tumbler. says. Yeah. Yeah. Shane, yeah and like if you're on Tumbler in two thousand eleven just by the way like the worst place. We. Tell us. It was just I mean that's when they had like thins bows but actually I'm singing a lot now on like Tiktok it's like the same it's like reliving terrible is the most unhealthy platform miracle. It's like you see how they censor like everyone looks specific way like i read an article where they smoke filter out people that are overweight and also the backgrounds. If it doesn't look like you're in a rich location, they filtered really and I was like Oh. This makes much fucking sense when you on Tiktok. White bitches and really big mansion literally what the fuck and it's mentally that fucks you and I don't understand. It literally reminds me of Tumbler because back then I mean, yeah it was like all white people like thin lips blue eyes blond hair that was like why The skin now is la. Rising blue I stout was that was the thing and there was. An it was all about like thin spouse and there was like self harm pages and. Literally I remember this is so dark but I had this like separate page where I would literally post like my progress of like my body and like my arms like my wrist when I caught myself than people would literally be like Oh, my God good job. You're almost at your goal weight like gets skinnier. You're almost there like your cuts are looking like it was so toxic and I'd be like, oh I just like WanNa, kill myself today and they'd be like, Oh, you should try this this this and the. Easiest way to just go do the inner. And like. I'm like twelve colleague we. Did your parents, you had these social no holy thug. So you're posting all this shit because I think that is so crazy that you're bringing me back to the tumbler days because I remember like seeing girls cutting themselves in it was like romanticized glamorized like God like I'm cutting myself I'm skinny and how the like that's dark. Super Dark. Can I ask you how long you would cut for like how like for from your life you were that young like? I did. I think I like thirteen fourteen and then a little bit when I was fifteen I commend you so much for just like saying that 'cause I like I. Respect you so much like I feel like it's really hard for people obviously to talk about that. You were going through a lot of share. Yeah. I. Have a Tattoo on my knees chosen thirteen sucked because it was the worst year of my life. Kind of. They do that was like the year I like went to a mental institution got like locked up and. And My hardest year I was I was my ninth grade year. So do. That age that is the most like isolating. Scary Times 'cause I don't know about you but like I remember not telling my parents about stuff at that age and you you try to hide things from them and you're an adolescent you're going through puberty. There's just so many different things that you're trying in your life and it's like. You just feel very alone. Yeah. You got help and then like how did you how the fuck did you become where you are like your stories? Amazing. So like you went through your dark times like depression anxiety, etc. where how did you kind of like transition upwards? So I was actually like On instagram at that time and I just took a really long break a room just like Oh my God like did this girl like dyers Like you. Dry and then. I was just gone in like because I had my phone taken away from me for like ever that sometimes what you need though. Five months you were on those social media channels and you had all those people like it's so fucked up when you're communicating at that age with people around the world that you don't even fucking no and like you being God, you're cuts look amazing today it's like you go into it and it's hard to stop and it's like that's where like that is where the parental control actually is necessary because when would it have stopped and like at what cost it's so triggering it's insane is so fucking triggering So so then you got you kind of went off social media for a bit. Yes. So I literally didn't have a phone for like five months. Because, obviously, like in this place they also you don't have a phone number of Internet. You don't have anything right? So then after that I, my my dad actually had moved to San Antonio like okay a year bh before this, and so he was living there just like working, and then he would come back and forth to my house. Okay. And then. When that all happened my mom was like I literally cannot do this on my own like we're moving to San Antonio, and Mike we need to be with your dad 'cause this is like. A Lot. Yeah and so like bright after I got out, we went straight to my new house like I didn't even. Best Good. Though, right. 'cause like to go back to a place with such dark memories. Get the Fuck Outta there I'm lucky that I was able to. Able to have that. Chance and it was cool because like everyone hated me my old school you know. So why? Why do you think that was? Hated me because of my Instagram, they always made fun. They just like I don't know they just picked on me every that fucking worse..

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"lindemann" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

Call Her Daddy

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"lindemann" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

"You're not straight talk and I can't even get into that conversation because it makes me so mad but I think my audience would love to hear like your journey of coming out and how did you first come out and how did you tell your family and how did you decide to come out kind of? Yes. So I, think I just turned eighteen shows like newly eighteen and. I done this shoot with Galore and there was like this pillow. That said something about like like sexuality and not being straight and I literally saw that and it just felt like such a sign and I was like I was just like, okay. I have to do this. So I went home and I just sobbing and I actually. Texted my parents in a group shot and I was just like this is how it is and I'm fortunate because I wasn't even living with my parents anymore and you know I pay my own bills and all that so. Fortunate that I had that like. I'm not show under their roof, but they were very supportive of it. They were kind of just like, yeah like we figured a little bit you know and then when I told my friends the same thing like I just texted them and all this I don't know if you guys know I'm about to like do this live stream and Intel everyone and I want you guys to know I literally all my friends were girl girl. And we? Know, how wait what do we? How the fuck do you decide to come out to your parents via tax where you like I call them so I text them like I, kind of hard moment you like what the fuck do. I do I'm just so bad with confrontation. Confrontation. So if I'm going to confront someone. Like well, many like bitch someone might good at that in person but when it's something that I'm like. Holding close to yeah, just slide this. Maybe they'll miss the TAC. Yeah, maybe. Won't see it but I don't know I just felt like that was did you Did you think that your parents had any idea like, did you think you're about to shock their world or now? Yeah. You really are you shocked when they were like we kind of now? Yeah. Yeah. Because growing up my parents were was like you're so boy crazy and Like. Yeah Like. Wait mom. Yeah. There's so many things happening right now because you just casually you're like and then I was going to go live and like do it on a live stream. Yeah. We need to be good to that what the buck like how, how did that go down? I don't know I'm really impulsive and I think that was definitely an impulse thing because also when I look at that live embarrassing 'cause. I and. And so it's just so crane also you've got to respect it because that's where you were in your like yeah life like when I look back at myself. When I'm like eighteen to twenty I'm like, what was I doing alison doing? So I get you must be like Oh my God why the fuck did that but how what was the response to their response was pretty good but I think because I was like so emotional erotic people didn't think it was real. Glad. People were like, oh, she's just like mocking people or. Anything I was being genuine. Publicity. Yeah. But it's literally just because I'm an emotional person and and you couldn't help under pressure I. Always am like. I'm GONNA, cry. Like worse comes to worse to Cirque cry. Yeah. So the fact that you made the decision to come out on a live like I respect you for that but also fucking terrifying and like there's obviously, I'm sure you've thought about different ways you could have come out but like once you came out. Obviously expecting baby experienced some type of hate once you came out. Yeah. Well, again, I think I'm really fortunate because I do live in California and things are just way more accepted here but. I also think because I'm like girly girl and I'm like attracted to like girly girls. I think there's like it's less of like a hey thing and more of like I feel like it's very fetish that Fetisov. Show. Yes, and it's kind of makes me uncomfortable. Okay. Because like I remember when I came out my ex-boyfriend literally like Oh so does this mean we can have a threesome and I was like Bro like I know you I know you're my ex my act I don't like literally faith and like having the again second of all. Oh, fuck yeah I get. I know that is such a good point. I've never even thought about it like that like guys fetish izing lesbians and you're like Oh my God, it's so hot lets you make out I can imagine that being frustrating for you like you're saying because you're going for women that are like your girly girl and you're going for girls and maybe it's not your stereotypical lesbian couple people like this is so hot Maggie make out and you're like, yeah. So like how do you? Get the confidence to own your sexuality and not be. So in your head that people are judging you because you're bisexual and can you walk me through? How do you mentally just like be okay with like oh? Yeah I am bisexual it's amazing and I love it and I'm not GonNa let anyone make me feel certain way just because of what society says we should or should not do. Yeah I mean I feel like for me. I've definitely owned it, but it does make it hard sometimes like relationships. With boys or girls like I think sometimes being in a relationship for a long time.

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Struggling United States Purchased By Private Equity Firm

The Topical

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Struggling United States Purchased By Private Equity Firm

"Some big news for the US today. The small private equity firm prospect capital partners has officially closed the deal and purchasing the United States of America. Which as we've reported has been struggling financially in the last few months the private equity firm purchased all fifty states Washington DC five major territories and various minor islands in the acquisition for an undisclosed sum. But what does this mean for? Americans like you and me for more. I'm joined by. Opr financial correspondent. Marcy Hammond Good Morning. Marcy High Leslie. Can you tell us about the country's new owners and what we can expect from them? Prospect capital partners has investments in a broad array of industries. Their portfolio includes everything from discount. Furniture stores to niche lifestyle magazines even funeral home chains and designer dog breeding services. Oh yes. I've gotten several of my teacup Pomeranian from their property. Puppy lucks but why. The United States of America to their portfolio. Well since it was already swamped in twenty three dollars worth of debt. Experts say that. Pcp was able to pay pennies on the dollar for the nation which has been renamed the United Fifty Corporation. Here's what the new. Ceo of the country. Herbert Lindgren had to say about the acquisition. We see a lot of great potential in the country in its assets water real estate energy agriculture etc as the biggest player in our portfolio united fifty is in an ideal position to capitalize on this dynamic. And I'm really excited to expand its reach. There'll be some small changes and focusing country reorganization but for the most part. We're just going to let the brand continued to create great products while supporting it. Well that sounds promising. What small changes have been implemented so far several? Lindemann is made swift moves to eliminate many inefficiencies for instance congressional representatives per state or teams as they're now called Heaven pared-down according to stay. Gdp luster running the numbers. We just move as a necessary step. Texas by itself had thirty six house representatives and dozens upon dozens of mayors but streamline the corporate structure and now the half to supervisors and a nature representatives will be based out of United Fifties. La Office and it wasn't just Texas that had inefficiencies in fact the United Fifty C. Suite identified positions states all over the country. That were found to be redundant. People in such positions were immediately removed from the country and escorted into the ocean by security. Well I guess no one ever really needed to senators anyway but martial arts some of these government positions essential to functioning United States. I mean United Fifty yes and departments are scrambling to adjust. Fill the holes while some citizens are saying that quality is definitely gone down due to the chaos however Lindemann says these stumbling blocks are nothing more than growing pains for the country. Contrary to what you've heard local officials were not laid off offered transfers to existing openings and other cities that were contract-based without benefits. We don't plan to cut our way to growth but life is about constant change. The good news is already seeing signs that we're well on our way to hitting our Q. Revenue Goals. I WANNA thank those. We've sadly seemly for their service. United Fifty and the Management Team. Here promises that we will do everything. We can to make the transition into their next chapter as easy as possible juice. These are a lot of changes. Did they know it's a Friday? Pull this shit right before the weekend. That's unfortunate I wonder. What's the new leadership goal and all this? I was wondering that myself to figure that out. I spoke to John pfeiffer professor of economics at Harvard University and an expert on private equity firms who gave me some insight into United Fifties Possible Future. Private equity was to see quick return on investment to do that. You cut costs and exploit resources to shore up earnings then. The company either sells it at a profit or if it fails to be competitive in its newly diminished form. They squeeze it into bankruptcy. I THE INVESTORS. Keep THE CASH. No matter what though. Personally I wouldn't be surprised if they offloaded the entire underperforming Midwest division to be honest now when asked to comment on the possibility of that Lindemann denied any such sale was an option. The midwest a strong acid with many natural resources and agricultural and manufacturing properties and we definitely don't see ourselves letting go of such a commodity anytime soon but we're also happy to hear out any bids that may come our way in the near future but according to a source. I spoke with inside the company country. United Fifty might already be in talks to break up the Midwest and sell it Shari Marci. I'm going to have to stop you right there. We've just received a memo from up top saying that we should stick to reporting on. What does it say here Anything else okay. Great back with something completely different right after.

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Behind the Bastards

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"lindemann" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"We're back. We're back and we're talking about how the support of shows with products and services services is completely different than anything that was related to the domination of India by imperial Britain how colonialism has nothing to do with the global the state of neoliberal capitalism today all right man whatever you say do. I was trying to tell you my girlfriend. Oh well yes but your girlfriend is named neoliberal capitalism. I mean yeah. She got a fat ass shit. She should the boy okay so one popular concessions suggested by some in the British Empire's parliament was that India could be made into a dominion which sounds like it would mean more power for like the UK over India but actually mean less like Canada and Australia were both dominions dominions oh come so like a dominion has autonomy over most of its own affairs but is still bound to the UK economically and militarily okay sure yeah yeah yeah but they're they're basically independent but like they're militarily and economically aligned to the mother country and stuff so that's what a a lot of people in India want it. They were like we're not GONNA win. You need to cut ties entirely but like we want to be able to do our own ship for the most part a little bit. Yeah seemed very very a reasonable request. Actually a reasonable request is total independence but like within the context of the Times a lot of people saw this very reasonable. Winston Churchill was not not one of these people he wrote this in the Daily Mail Quote Dominion Status Can certainly not be attained while India is prey to fierce racial and religious dissensions nations and when the withdrawal of British protection would mean the immediate resumption of Medieval wars the truth is that Gandhi Ism and all it stands for will sooner or later have to be grappled with and finely finely crushed it is no use trying to satisfy a tiger by feeding him with cats meet okay got a lot of thoughts on that sure now first of all. I watched a vox video on this. I like to watch vox videos every morning I do something called the morning dump or I sit on my toilet and I watch informative videos videos on Youtube and I know for a fact that a lot of the racial and or religious tensions in England I mean in India my apologies the work kind of stoked by British Interest Yup Yup the British thought that Muslims were basically decent people all and like a fundamentally noble religion in Hinduism was barbarous and cruel so they frequently stoke division between the two sides would often use Muslim soldiers to suppress the Hindus News which is a big part of why not that there weren't some tensions between different groups prior to the British arrival but it's a big part of why when like the partitioning of Pakistan and India Eh there were millions of people killed in internet seeing violence and they and the British were behind that shit they kept fucking like people getting actual solutions and they were just like now. Let's continue to make these engines higher and higher and it's the same thing Britain did in for example like Africa. If you WANNA look at Idi Amin we did. We did a two parter episode on him but like they everywhere where they went. They did the same thing where they'd pick one racial group to support over the other and it wasn't just them you know the Belgians didn't Rwanda which led to that genocide it was just like it was just the smart art thing to do. If you're a colonialist power. There's going to be thirty white guys. Ruling a country of a million people like that's how you make it work and and what's so insane to me is that this dude is going to go on the Daily Mail which I didn't know it was a legit newspaper. I was once five lines of headline and just a a bunch of ads. That's what it is now at least whatever I always been shit but it's always been a Shit Oregon for the fire right okay so Winston. Churchill was welcome in there yeah but it's okay so then it's not real so then I mean it's it's real like he's fucking a powerful dude but like yeah it's it's. It's just an organ. It's it's not real journalism so then for him to go on there and say well. You know if we leave that region it. What makes me really upset about this is that this is the exact count shift? That's happening in Iraq right now like literally word for the same exact shit where we went in there. We've caused all this defied now. There's two very strong religious groups. Are I think those are ethnic groups that have a little bit of issues with each other and we're just like well. If we pull hello now if we do this at now these because it's going to hate each other but we did that shit like what we did that exacerbated the divide between Suny Indian Shia was dissolved the Iraqi military as soon as we invaded because Iraqi military was kind of like the glue that bound a lot of those those chunks of citing together and once wants that was cut apart not only did it leave hundreds of thousands of armed and trained men without jobs but it's sort of destroyed this thing that had a socially cohesive process and I don't want to understate the US government's role in sort of stoking those divides largely through ignorance and incompetence. I should also point out that Iran on has played a major role in that by sort of arming and organizing the Shia chunks of the country. It's a very complicated situation. Everybody fucking up yeah yeah. so Winston Churchill was absolutely fucking dedicated to maintaining the British empire as it had been in his father's Day he was utterly unwilling to give up India yeah but at the same time World War Two introduced significant complications for him England being a small island did not have the resources necessary to compete with Germans who by nineteen forty two controlled control basically all of Europe they needed India to have any hope of survival but at this point the British couldn't just take shit from the subcontinent in April of nineteen forty the UK had agreed to share the costs of the war with India essentially agreeing to pay for anything the subcontinent spent on stuff that was not specifically necessary for its own immediate protection so if the Indian government spent money on like coastal defenses because the Japanese were kind of like th that India would pay for the British government needed raw materials else to make those bombers that Lindemann was a fan of or if they needed soldiers to help them fight like the elite Gurkhas who were such terrorist to the German very mocked the British the government would foot the bill for that and since they didn't have any cash on hand because they were kind of broke his shit at this point they would send India. I owe us so homeboy so they basically turned Indian till like a little bit of bank account yes exactly exactly and as Britain's debt to India piled up Churchill virtual and those around him begin to realize that their colony would soon be able to buy out every British interest in the subcontinent and if it did that they'd be independent in all but name now I am very critical of Winston Churchill anything anybody who reads history must be but you do have to acknowledge that in the early nineteen forties he was dealing with an shit avalanche of the problems foremost on his mind was the fact that for a while there it seemed that Germany was going to cut the British isles or England in Ireland and Scotland. I should say off from the rest of the world via U Boat Campaign and Starve everybody now. This was not irrational. Fear largely because the British had starved Germany during World War One in a million again people had starved to death as a result of their blockade so they did have reason to be scared and the Germans had reason to want to starve the listenership back. Let's see how if you run on this shit back. This brings us to Frederick Lindemann the proof by nineteen forty to Winston Churchill had started calling his friend for advice on literally every topic that crossed his desk he believed that the quote beautiful brain and had endless faith in his ability to reason through problems so he asked the Prophet to help him solve England's food situation a problem that would absolutely involve India because India was the empire's greatest source of raw resources. Now linneman was not the worst guy to half trying to solve a logistical testicle hurdle like how to stockpiling food. He had a decent enough brain for that but he had a terrible brain forgiving shit about people who were not white prove if to be a devastating problem for the world. I'm going to quote now from Churchill. Secret War Linneman had been to India once in nineteen twenty nine. He visited an Indian mountain resort to serve on a panel on forestry. He was repelled by blacks but he took along his English Valet and did not have to be touched by native hands on the strength of this two month tour he would aid churchill the show with the colony's affairs for the next two decades in nineteen thirty-one Churchill asked him to study the constitution. The British government was devised for India to show up. It's weak points and the Ferret out background and and funding of the Indian National Congress apart from a distaste of dark-skinned foreigners and working class Britons the latter being insufferably stupid Lindemann had a horror of ugly faces these this quote set up a violent prejudice which only the most supreme intellectual merits could counter way so this is the guy who's in charge in large part about what's what's GonNa Happen to India during World War Two not a great dude to have in that role not at all he went to that country and he saw and he was just like this worth. This shit ain't worth the effort that's what he walked away fucking thinking yeah yeah and he never even tried to like actually like like experience the culture no yeah uh I one of the details I found was that when Winston Churchill was a young man in India and a soldier he would like any soldier station that you basically got like your own sizable sizable house with servants to see after you because like you know there were very few white guys in the whole country existed to serve them and Churchill would while he was still asleep be shaved in bed every morning by a servant like that's the kind of lifestyle these guys lead but Frederick Lindemann was to racist to even take that kind of treatment because it would have meant a non white person touching touching him so I guess we have to say at least Churchill was willing to be touched by. It's like I don't understand what he's expecting gain from the end like then why go stale ass at home. Oh I think it was like it was a career thing. Being a part of this panel would have been good for his career trash raw string. He was a bad person now. In March of nineteen forty two Japanese forces occupied Burma which cut off a huge amount of the cheap sheep rice that Fed India's poor the empire of the rising sun began stationing forces on India's eastern border and the war cabinet responded by pulling huge quantities of food in raw materials away from Bengal in order to deny them to the enemy in the event of an invasion they also pulled barges away from the coast which were crucial for transporting food. All all of this caused the price of food to rise in its here that I should note the primary cause of modern famine is not a lack of available food but a lack of affordable food because because capitalism edgar is a flawless system now so now obviously the rising food.

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Behind the Bastards

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"lindemann" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"A place for people to share powerful stories of heartbreak healing and hope in season two we hear from a woman whose father's descent into dementia revealed his deepest I darkest secrets and we hear from a man who kept his wife's terminal illness a secret to protect their children. Listen to season to a family secrets on apple podcasts the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts and we're back okay so when when we left off Lindemann has been appointed to the tizard community and they're trying to figure out how to prepare England for a possible war against Nazi Germany particularly. They're trying to figure you're out how anti aircraft warfare is GonNa work because that had never happened before like in World War One anti-aircraft had been guys with rifles firing at low flying planes in the sky that was clearly clearly not gonNa work with the planes that they had roe and by the mid thirties and so they're trying to figure out like what the fuck do we do when like bomber start flying over the channel which is a good question like it was. Nobody really knew one hundred percent now. The Prophet must have seen this as his opportunity to become the key man in a crucial aspect of national defense offense. Unfortunately he'd been beaten by the Punch by Sir Henry Tizard by the time Lindemann was appointed to the group tizard and his colleagues had already settled on radar as the best way to provide an early warning of enemy bombers yeah yeah so the profits kind of been beaten figuring out the best solution in this did not sit well to him. According to C P snow. Oh a physicist and author of the Book Science and government he wrote that quote almost from the moment that Lindemann took his seat in the committee room. The meetings did not know half an hour's harmony or work undisturbed curbed at the table Black Hill neither of them `specially patient men or over fond of listening to nonsense sat within credulity through diatribes by Lindemann scornful contemptuous barely audible directed against any decision that tizard had made using wherever would make yeah exactly Oh boy tizard sat it out for some time he could be irritable but he had great resources sources temperament and he knew that this was too serious at time to let the irritability flash he also knew from the first speech that Lindemann made and the committee that the friendship of years was smashed so Linneman tosses is this friendship with the guy who got him his first big away so that he can like rant against him mainly as a way of building himself up. That's at least how snow presents percents it now. Some sources will claim that Linden mid opposed the development of radar which is not really true. even in snows right up events Lindemans seems to be more trying to push down album list of priorities in favor of his own ideas rather than trying to kill it. Entirely quote radar was not proved. He demanded that it should be much lower on the priority list and research research on other devices be given the highest priority he to pet devices of his own. What was the use of infrared detection? This seemed wildly impracticable than to any of the others into anyone who heard the idea idea. It seems even more wildly impracticable now. The other putative device was the dropping in front of hostile aircraft of parachute bombs and parachute mines minds in various forms had a singular fascination assignation for landman. You will find Rube Goldberg like inspirations about them. Aerial minds fluvial minds and so on all over the Chilean minutes from nineteen thirty nine to forty two. That's yeah yeah yeah he so he just dropped more bombs in order to stop the things dropping bombs and they spend a lot of money on some of his ideas none of which really workout thankfully tizard one at least in this he was like the he didn't invent radar but he was a major proponent of radar and considering how the battle of Britain when you could argue that Sir Henry tizard saved the United Kingdom from the Nazis by succeeding in pushing for radar is like their primary method of aerial defense because none of Lyndon manship would have worked man and I cannot tell you something known about this dude psyche a little bit and this is all guesses but I bet that you there was a part of him that wanted fail like I bet you there's a part of him. That was just like you. I hope a fucking hope they pick fucking hope they pick radar and I I'm GonNa sit in London and watch that Shit Bird because he was so busy and pick his ideas. Yeah you get a little bit of that feeling from him. Now I would be irresponsible responsible as a a guy who kind of looks like a historian if you squint really hard if I didn't know that there's a lot of historical debate over how accurate snows recollection action of events is snow has been criticized for letting his hatred of Lindemann cloud his his his like writing here Sir Robert Watson Watt. WHO's the the guy who invented most of like the science behind radar actually defended Linden in nineteen sixty one and argued that snow's version of the story did not jibe with the professor he knew and worked with that said snow is not the only person who found Frederick to be or who like other people on the tizard committee found that Frederick was impossible awesome to work with his arguments with tizard were known to have gone well beyond polite disagreement on at least one occasion? The secretaries were called out of the room because his language was so foul and when the Prophet would lose arguments he had a tendency to go behind everyone's back and try to convince Winston Churchill to pressure the committee in his stead so got to be so distracting acting that desert committee was dissolved and then it was recreated several weeks later without Frederick Lindemann so Watson Watt maintains that Linden was a great guy uncalled snow's depiction nonsense but the other scientists on the tizard community clearly saw good reason to get rid of Lindemann and only Lindemann evidence and speaks clearly for itself that this dude was. Probably you know not a good teammate not a good team player. You know what else that's wild day. He was speaking so oh filed get delayed. He's Outta here. Get the women out of the amount of this on the he is going off. Yeah I mean our podcast gets that heated sometimes. I'm so happy to send you gotta go yeah. She's not moving so you can't say what you want to say. Damn I was GonNa say I'm just GONNA say fuck. I'm sorry I'm sorry Sophie. I'm so sorry did she faint Yep and she was mid satellite who got salad all over okay so yeah. It's it's generally agreed by historians. That snow did exaggerate things a fair bit but it's also generally agreed by people who worked with Frederick Lindemann. He was a gigantic asshole so that's kind of where I've settled on everything that's fine the middle yeah yeah now in any case the rivalry between tizard and Linden that's no wrote about did continue to fester for the next almost decade things came to a head in nineteen forty two by at this point Winston Churchill had risen to become the prime minister of Great Britain. Linden was his chief scientific advisor. This was a more important role than it had ever been before the Second World War War was the proving ground of many new technologies and even a man is intelligent as Winston Churchill undoubtably was would have been hopelessly lost without a whole team of scientists behind him. It was Lindemans job to run the team that provided Winston Churchill with the answer to every scientific and technical question he asked minimum was the head of the statistics branch or S. branch. This gave the Prophet unspeakable amount of power and if we know the Prov I'm sure he executed that power responsibly. Oh yeah well now. I'm going to quote now from a fascinating scientific American article titled the Most Powerful scientist ever quote on most matters Lindemans and Churchill's opinions converged I and when they did not the scientists worked ceaselessly to change his friends mind he spoke Sato voice but with complete self-assurance though stating facts that must be obvious to every schoolboy related Roy Herod An S. branch employee who later became one of Britain's premier economists all those who disagreed with his views Lindemann dismissed as perfect fools to create the ten lines of text for the Prime Minister's misters benefit that summarized weeks of Esperance Research he wielded the final scalpels taking out redundant words unnecessary sentences inessential part of the arguments and many qualifications according into Douglas macdougall Lindemans right hand man at the s branch at first this last type of short me worried me and my colleagues quite a bit but do confessed in a memoir soon however the s branch staff realized realized was merely anticipating the prime minister's wishes the normal machinery of government turned up certain proposals which finally came to the prime minister it was our duty to counter briefing with on what we a new to be the lines of his own thinking Herod in other words. The mission of the S. branch was to provide rationales for whichever course the prime minister as interpreted by the Prophet wished to follow slow so this is wild Bro this book and while this dude not only wants to be right but also wants to be liked so bad said that he's going against everything that he's ever fucking known and is making up Shit. It's just like I could see now. I know what you're foreshadowing before yeah the guy he becomes unlike some of this is he's telling like some people will defend them and some of the decisions he's about to make by sung-wook. Churchill had already made those decisions. He just helped justify them but there's a lot of the people who will say like well. Sometimes he did that but a lot of times he would try to convince Churchill. Whatever Lindemann believed is what Churchill wanted to do and like he was really good at at that 'cause churchill was his friend and like he knew the guy's head so he knew how if Linneman wanted something done he knew how to make Churchill feel like it was his own idea and then provide them with the evidence to back it up and that was his job which may be shouldn't be a job in government? Yeah I mean look because then it I mean obviously visa's GonNa attack until that person is worse than pulses. Look Yeah Robert. I gotTa say I'm pretty upset. What you right now I I told Sophie I WANNA do a fun one? That's not GonNa make me reflect on myself harder than I need to because you know that bill cosby episode took a lot out of me and I took a lot outta yeah and but you know this episode is making let me think about myself because again excluding the sexism and the rich boy behavior I mean I'll still keep the racism hold onto that. I'm pretty racist but I see a Lotta myself in this dude. I'm obsessed with being right. I get very upset when my friends don't agree with me. I'll do things behind their back to kind of change their mind and shit like that and seeing this and seen scene repercussions of this is making me reflect myself. I don't enjoy Robert Well. Here's the thing and this is kind of like the founding principles of this podcast. Is that like anyone who's really reflective if you read enough about all of these really terrible people that's true even a guy like Hitler you really get into his head. You'll find more that that you can identify within their then. Most people are going to want to admit and it's not like this specific weird anti Semitic conspiracy theories but it's what you're talking about. It's the the basic patterns of behavior and wh what you're recognizing there. Is that all this stuff in you edgar like usually it's not a problem. Sometimes it leads to bad behavior. Sometimes it leads to fund behavior and like makes you the life of a party or like helps you in.

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"lindemann" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"lindemann" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"That's fist in my Ritter's I'm Robert Evans host behind the bastards. The podcast we talk talk about the worst people in all of history and lately due to some obscure happenings on twitter. I'm I'm talking way too much about Jeremy Renner's Baba's knuckles and what he will do to the world with them joining me in this very uncomfortable. Journey is my friend Edgar Edgar. How're you doing man? Thank you for having me again on this podcast how do you how do you feel about Jeremy Renner's knuckles. You know what I didn't notice how big they were because I I'm avid follow blue of yours and then I realized that they were very big and I've been having dreams restrooms about him sticking his hand up my but because of your tweets thank you thank you. That was the goal Sophie do you think this is a good turn for us to to take our fan base and plough them right into into talking about Jeremy Renner's fingers no no well. It's happened Anyway Edgar you are have a good day today are you. Are you excited for this episode. You know I'm very excited for this episode. I'm going to good mood man you know kind of inspired by your travels vols. I was like man I wanNA travel. Why haven't I travelled and then I realized because I don't have a passport? I've never had a passport. My driver's licensed had the wrong birthday on it. How did that happen? I I write my threes so they march twentieth of May twentieth breath. I won't say the year to protect my data but you can probably guess and then I finally got it fixed and then I went to the post office yesterday and I finally only applied for a passport so six to eight weeks I will be able to travel internationally. That's awesome dude Mary Proud W. Everybody should have a passport and get out to you got to plan on where you're going to go. I I mean I have my big dream and then I have probably Buhrman ended up. My big dream is to go to Tehran. I've talked about this a few times. I've been yelled at about this. Oh yeah because we would have thought Tehran yeah man. I don't know but the reason why I wanna see Tehran is kinda trash. I was inspired by the movie argo. Watch what we argue. I was like Oh this CD looks beautiful. It is a gorgeous city and one of our subjects in today's episode spent a lot of time in Tehran as part of a giant International Military Conference Bastiat in it all ties together a little bit kind of although we don't talk about Tehran in the the episode we do talk about passports. Okay uh-huh now Edgar. Have you ever heard of a fellow named Frederick Lindemann Nah Man. I don't know a lot of German dudes well. He's he's he's actually technically I. He's a piece of Shit and the fact that you called him. A German dude would really have infuriated him if he hadn't been dead for decades so that's a good note to start on so I picked this guy because he's a scientist probably the most powerful scientists in history and it turned out not to be a good thing at this scientist got so much power and I decided to do this episode in part because I think we're kind of in an era where a certain chunk of our populace has reacted added to the ignorance on display in the leadership of our country by initiative science and scientists and like like Andrew Yang's campaign sell signs that are just like the word facts written in all caps across it and it's like this. It's very understandable desire that like we we could get back to if we ever were being led by like scientifically minded people who care about testable reality and like data and stuff like that as opposed to parking on a hurricane chart with a sharpie to yeah yeah yeah yeah so. That's an understandable impulse like I'm. I'm not going to say it's a bad idea to want science to play more of a role in government however it's also not it's a double edged sword so we should be really careful. I think when we put about putting too much stock in scientists as the people who might save us and today is a story about why that's the case so Frederick Alexander Lindemann was born on April fifth eighteen eighty six in Baden Baden a German airman spa town where his American mother had gone to take the cure and deliver him back in the day before medicine was really real people would go to hot springs and Shit Shit when they felt bad for any reason I don't. I don't think that's a bad idea. I don't think that's anytime I dropped something that I really liked that into something something dirty ours. I always boil it so why not do that with my body. Why not that's flawless bucket logic? I love it so yeah. He was delivered in the spa town in Germany his father though was a naturalized British citizen Yeah so his family his dad's side of the family were technically French but they were the kind of French. That's actually German like exactly. You've got those borders and shed it's a big. It's a big mess your existing word for them. I can't remember what the word is yeah yeah. It's like the Alsace Lorraine Lorraine I think area where it's like it keeps changing hands his family's German but like his dad AF Lindemann like move to England after the Franco franco-prussian war naturalized British citizen and like he was an engineer and a very successful businessman he wound up being very wealthy and his mother Oga Noble. WE'LL had Scottish ancestry fredericks genealogy was I don't know generally rich European would probably be a fair way to describe it already. Don't like Lewd. His ethnicity was was wealthy. you might say yeah now the fact that his mother chose to give birth to him in Germany was considered by Frederick Frederick to have been something of a lifelong curse and for the rest of his life he held what he called a not unreasonable grievance against his mom as a result of all the trouble this made for him primarily when it came to him getting a passport. I think it's more likely that he was just a gigantic dedicated anglophile. Since Germany wound up being England's number one enemy throughout most of his life it Kinda pissed him off that he'd come from their technically so he's comes from Germany as you as you guessed but he hates the fact that he comes from Germany. You know I get that. I I get that a little bit. When I was fourteen years old? My mom moved me from New York. City to the border of Mexico. A little town called mcallen Texas which is very famous. I know mcallen yeah. It's very famous now because it's where the detention centers are and I've never forgiven her for that. You know what I mean like. I feel like like I was a kid. From New York. City had that on my resume and now after tell people were actually I went to high school in McGowan and every time I can see there is kind of figure what what McGowan is in a deep shame for me so I get we're dude's coming from and that's all I'm saying like I understand that yeah yeah yeah and I I to understand the deep shame name of being brought up in Texas. It's a special feeling yeah. We're in Texas. Are you from show me on the hand the Dallas area mostly this show me on your hand yeah yeah. It's the whole part. Don't leave that just Michigan. Why does Michigan get to do that? Fuck that we can do to show me on the hand so Frederick's parents brought him up mostly in Devonshire but they made another call that infuriated their son when it came time to pick a fancy rich boy boarding school school to send him off to like all rich British people the Lindenman sent their son off to be raised by a bunch of strangers most of the year so they could drink and abused their servants in peace the two sexiest schools to get sent to were Eton and Harrow but Frederick parents sent him off to an unpopular school in Scotland so he's pissed about this too. It doesn't get to be an eaton boy Roy but we had the same fucking life Bro. That's the same. My parents sent me to boarding school my freshman year I mean this is a little bit of a spoiler for Sunday that it comes comes at a bad a page but he would be very very uncomfortable knowing that you felt like y'all had some similarities. I don't know why so when it came time for High School Frederick's parents sent him off to Germany. He started his college career at the University of Berlin where he studied physics under Walter nursed one of the foundational channel minds in the field of thermodynamics. If Science was Frederick I love his second Love was tennis. He was an incredible tennis player vastly better at that than actually doing science he said to have played against both the Kaiser and the czar at varying points in his youth he also played at Wimbledon which is probably more impressive considering that both the Kaiser Heiser the czar were giant googlers who collectively were about as physically impressive as woody Allen Yeah playing czar in tennis or the Kaiser for that matter is not a huge huge achievement woody can hoop yet would woody allen can't hoop bro. He has a sick jump. He can't picture that picture that all right man go go onto him his moves you can catch them hooping in them a little bit. I can't picture woody Allen like hitting a slam dunk unless atop the basket was like his young stepdaughter yeah no absolutely I mean that's what I I never said that she you didn't have to be there for him the HOOPLA that's the only way that he can. She's in the audience boy. We should probably get off the woody. Allen frame of discussions is GonNa get me in trouble. Why what let's talk about scarborough? That's so weird right. Why would you defend offend woody allen like she got money to burn it? All yeah get bored incredible marketing yeah when surge dislike all right. I have a million dollars at a files. How can I lose this yet? You know I I got a nice pay day recently and I suddenly found myself Alf like really wanting to tell everybody about how brilliant to film Rosemary's baby was yeah when you broke. You don't even think about that movie no no but as soon as the money starts coming in you you just get this like need to praise it. Oh Donald Trump is kind of a dope president. this paycheck interesting okay so yeah. Frederick is very good at tennis now. He's he's kind of unable to play it for fun even like Friendly Games. He was sort of famous for playing only to win. He was never able to just sort of like enjoy a game with his friends. Um now. Lindemann was a pretty good student but his grades and his ideas were not what made him stand out of school..

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"lindemann" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"lindemann" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lindemann chimney and fireplace brings in the news. It's minus two in Chicago. The wind chill is minus twenty the Lee county Alabama sheriff says the damage is catastrophic after tornadoes ripped through eastern, Alabama is morning sheriff Jay Jones confirmed at least twenty three people were killed in Lee county that's about an hour and a half east of Montgomery, but he warned that the death toll could rise because several people are still missing so far. All of those killed are from the town of Beauregard. The youngest victim is six years old Jones says Lee county is a very tight knit community. And it hurts his heart to see all of this happening. He says the damage looks like someone took a knife and scrape the ground the contents of one home were found over one thousand yards away. There were more than a dozen tornadoes yesterday in Alabama and Georgia. No one is in custody following a shooting at a private club in Chicago over the weekend. It happened in the south shore neighborhood six people were wounded police gunfire. Erupted early yesterday at the private club and the twenty nine hundred block of east seventy ninth. All of the people who were shot are expected to survive. With orders are investigating now to see if the club has ties to organized crime and a two year old girl killed and several others injured when a vehicle trying to get away from police struck another vehicle before striking a tree. The little girl was inside the car being chased officers were attempting to pull over the vehicle at one hundred seventh in Michigan. The chase ended with the collision into another vehicle than that tree. The two year old was ejected from the vehicle after hitting the tree and those are the headlines WGN sports. It looked early for the Blackhawks as things were tights. And the hawks.

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"lindemann" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"lindemann" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lindemann chimney and fireplace ten to here's Steve Bertrand guys we are at seventy three, degrees now at O'Hara jury could soon. Get the case of a man who prosecutors say shot and killed fifteen year. Old idea Pendleton closing arguments are set in the case of Michael ward wards code defended. Kenneth Williams was found guilty yesterday there even more. Democrats in Chicago than usual this week. The Democratic National, Committee is holding its summer meeting it begins today and runs through Saturday the DNC chair Tom Perez held a welcoming reception last night at the height regency Chicago on east Wacker drive. More than five hundred Democrats from. Around, the country are in the city. For the meeting they'll come up with a strategy For the midterm elections Vic Vaughn WGN news President Trump says any, impeachment would cause the. US economy tumbled in an interview, with FOX. And French today he says he doesn't know how congress could ever impeach him for doing what he, says is a, great job former gymnastics coach at Michigan state, has been charged with lying to police amid the sexual abuse investigation involving, former sports. Dr Larry, Nassar if. Convicted Kathy Klay ges could face. Up to four years in prison three police officers in suburban York field have been, disciplined one of them fired after a. Domestic disturbance case that happened in September of last year in audio from a. Dash Cam one of the officers can be heard taunting a resident as the man was. Choking himself please finish yourself off the war beacon. News reports that's officer Jeffrey Johnson's voice. On dash Cam, video taunting a forty four year old man who was grabbing his own throat he's in there punching doors he just tried strangling himself but that's not all the man and his mother. Had gone inside their home in The twenty five hundred block of overland court and Johnson hurls words about that too You. Still live with mom another, officer heard on the. Recording sergeant, Sarah clincal. Was fired a third, officer.

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"lindemann" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast

NVus Alien Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"lindemann" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast

"Have you read stories i have read a lot of them i've never i've never seen one more this lindemann tells you to kill somebody i have seen ones where he disembowelled people i have seen them where he killed people in in really weird ways usually has to do with your organs though usually to take your organs but none of these cases that i have retter none of these stories i have read does he asked you to kill somebody else so i'm wondering where they got that part of it well if it depends labyrinth situation where she slid off over our she is it's front she fantasize develops as a coping mechanism this character in her mind who was real and was giving her advice or trying to help her escape her trump sizing situation it's possible that is a coping mechanism her mind told her she needed to do this thing in that she will be set free part of the the beauty of clinton is the fact that he is kind of boring of this new computer age he was something that was started what do you say creepy pasta or whatever lost a yeah yeah yeah i heard that it was you know read it or something and it was a feed and people were just you know riffing and adding to what the last person said and they created this mythos about this linemen and it's like if if that's true then this is basically the same thing this is her thing another facet to the the character of slender man of his story arc or or whatever so somebody says you know there's a guy who walks around the woods and somebody says israeli creepy because he has face anywhere it's soup this who does that and somebody else says well he lives in a mansion out there if you kill somebody you can live as slave and do all his work.

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"lindemann" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"lindemann" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Jeep in light la la land right succeed living stiffman under the uruguay merck sitting in for diane lindemann on everything that matters and you'll remember if you were any one of those your doctor may very well of decreased or taken you offer your hormone therapy and how well did you feel after that one fortunately the tide swung back to some sanity and some common sense and for many women hormone therapy was very appropriate particularly if used with progesterone so the big the big risk with estrogen therapy was in women with intact female reproductive organs they still have their uterus and in women with family history or personal history of breast cancer or if they still have their ovaries there was concerned that hormone therapy for menopausal symptoms was pudding women it increased risk for blood clots which certainly is the issue although the risk is very small but also increasing their risk for uterine cancer ovarian cancer and breast cancer and in the women who still had an intact uterus the recommendation was to make sure they're still giving some progesterone with their estrogen so that we don't over stimulate the union lining the progesterone kind of shuts things down so those are all those guidelines that came out and for those of you women who been on hormones are considering being put on them and for good need you need to have that discussion with your doctor but this new article that kind kinda got off on rabbit trail but wanted to explain a little bit about the background of this the newest guideline now says well once again doctors have had a monkey wrench thrown into what they've been told by all the experts and now apparently we're going to have to reconsider once again using estrogen as a technique to increase bone density and decrease fractures from falls particularly in the low back in the vertebra and in the hip and you've probably her plenty of stories is when we get older usually the thinner caucasian fairskinned scandinavian women are at the highest risk for bone fractures when they fall down in the hope was well maybe we don't have to go to these synthetic compounds to have the same effect and we can put them back on a reasonable dose of hormones and get to the same end point and that is not the case at least according to the.

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"lindemann" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lindemann" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"The the pans and desert wattenberg sitting in for diane lindemann of radiation is not that far from my wheelhouse i'm an electrical engineer by training his undergraduate i get it then i wanted a medical engineering for after i got him with the electrical engineering look back at george washington university and live for nine months of washington dc video end up back here does the politicians these days you never know but as far as the effects of radiation in what they might do collaterally to the other tissues and in bills case possibly be sending electrical signals stinging burning tingling sensations down the back of his head and his into his chambers i can't you know honestly evaluate that over the radio but he's has the people in line that he needs to talk to you and dragged his diary a tell people to do this all the time for headaches for aches and pains as well as four gynecological menstrual issues i council women all the time to keep a diary because quite often you will find that there are abdominal pain and symptoms are having really late into their menstrual periods in there so they're hormonal cycling but it's difficult to pick up month after month if you don't remember the exact dates and yet when the march out these diaries we do it also for diet if people think they're having issues with foods.

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"lindemann" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"lindemann" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Heard wattenberg sitting in for diane lindemann on everything that matters back to the seizures i spent the last segment talking about a lot of the different medical causes for the seizures and i mentioned alcohol and drug withdrawal while the medications the way that they contribute to the seizures they upset your metabolism so drug intoxication whether it's prescription or the illicit other wise lo potassium lowsodium low magnesium low calcium low blood sugar probably the most common of all the with all the diabetics we have a more people taking insulin low blood sugar will cause seizures when it gets low enough that usually a later finding first they don't feel well their heart may be racing sweaty dia foretich confused when they get to the point of having a seizure because of low blood sugar were usually well into that low blood sugar episode again if somebody's having a seizure don't try to feed them sugar they will choke on it aspirated now you you'll have a pulmonary problem possibly pneumonia you mimic them vomit so don't ever try to feed anybody anything aura while they're having a seizure mimic common sense but some people may not think that particularly if you know somebody's taking insulin where they have a tendency to low blood sugar you may want to try to get them some sugar stop the seizure let the seizure stop first hyperglycemia high blood sugar and particularly nonkey totic in other words it with diabetics they can go into what's called a diabetic to lhasa doses that's it really late stage they should already be in the hospital they need to be in the hospital for that but they don't have to be key totic but if their blood sugar is high enough what happens is that upsets the sodium balance and the potassium in the system as well as other electrolytes sugar believe it or not is an acid it has a charge to it and has a negative acidic charge it's a sugar in a week acid but it does upset the acid based balance in the match abbas them in the body urania in other words kidney disease poor kidney function where people are starting to become toxic from their own waste products because the kidney won't take care.

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"lindemann" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lindemann" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Mrs eric wattenberg sitting in for diane lindemann on everything that matters got a caller on the line going to get you queued up we've not had a chance to talk or say hello go ahead you were on the air thank you for calling what's your name and what can we do well i hear what you're get falls on the dock go to doctor went back from fat life battled airport diet and i believe a doctor time restrain and wet air allowed people but i put it in the doctors arena of educating i don't understand why people have to be educated not eat joke they've been advocated we have been educated since we were five years old in school and wide people still get it i don't know that that that was the discussion i was just going through right before you call what was your name by the way can't jan it thank you for calling yes we do get education and we are actually mandate in fact we are deemed we get you know a derogatory rating from the healthy aging tses if we don't discuss healthcare you'd be amazed how many metrics were points of you know data now the doctors are required to cover and touch on in the office we have to obviously document all their vital signs document whether they smoke there was some controversy for a while whether we were supposed to were able to or not allowed to talk about guns in the household we have to be very astute towards any suspected form of child abuse or domestic violence and the clinic and is i was just discussing at what point do you dilute the effectiveness of your doctor if if the medic if.

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"lindemann" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"lindemann" Discussed on Revisionist History

"Frederick lindemann was the kind of man who obsessed people people talked about lindemann gossip to batam give speeches about him i got obsessed with him last summer and by the time might linda mania was over at read six books about him six and i think i just scratched the surface voter mla harm are kind of atmosphere of indefinable malays you'll felt he didn't understand his own life will new wasn't very good coping with the major thing namely venomous who wish harsh tundra had a malicious sadistic sense of humor but nevertheless you felt somehow he was lost and i said he was a figure meda novelist fingers age lindemann was born in germany his father was a wealthy german engineered his mother was an american heiress lexi cp snow he was also a physicist and got his phd in berlin just before the i won't bore at a time when germany was the center of the world in physics his thesis adviser compared his mind to that of isaac new he was a captivating conversation list a champion tennisplayer he dressed like a nineteenth century count he was a journalist who knew more than most specialists he could demolish any anyone in argument once after lindemann had taken a posted oxford albert einstein came to a faculty dinner and afterwards all the young physicists gathered around einstein as you would expect them to and the first question was what do you think of london that was what they wanted to know another not a dinner einstein talked about some mathematical proposition for which he never been able to come up with proof the next day lindemann casually mentioned that he had the answer he figured it out and is backed up you can see why everyone was so obsessed with emi as you mentioned they vote because you were very much amount of the world.

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