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"london school economics" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:08 min | 2 months ago

"london school economics" Discussed on How I Built This

"Podcasts or tens of millions of different songs. Back before any of that, a former journalist turned writer named Don Katz, had a problem. During his daily jog in New York City, he would listen to books on tape, literally on tape as in cassette tapes. And Don wondered, why do I have to lug around a cassette player and then flip the cassette to side B in the middle of my run? Surely there must be an easier way he thought. And in fact, at the time, there was. MP3 technology existed except almost no one used it. In the mid 1990s, compact disc sales were on a tear. It would take another 7 years before CDs began to decline. But Don was optimistic. And at the age of 42, he decided to ditch his successful career as a writer, and try to start something he knew nothing about. A tech company. A company that would create a digital audio catalog of books and storytelling and spoken word, and deliver those stories to users through a device specially designed to play that audio. And as you will hear, in the early days, not many people came to the party. The technology was way ahead of its time, probably too ahead of its time. In fact, audible, the company Don founded, almost collapsed in the early 2000s when its stock price hovered at around four cents a share. But today, of course, audible holds the biggest audiobook catalog in the world. It dominates the space with a library of over 600,000 titles. And the company is now part of the Amazon family, which bought audible for $300 million in 2008. But getting to that point was painful and full of setbacks, and the story includes a cameo appearance from none other than Steve Jobs. Dot cats was a staff writer for Rolling Stone magazine during its heyday in the late 70s and 80s. He grew up in Chicago in the 50s and 60s and strongly identified with his dad, who owned a small business. So my father was just incredibly kind of smart, kind and, you know, it's a cliche, but he was one of these guys you would want it to be your kind of best friend. I looked up to him. I probably wished he was home more because he was frankly like I became someone who worked a lot. And he was also, he had been a war hero. He ran away from home basically with 17, and was behind enemy lines, highly decorated. Italy or he was in the it was in the black forest in Germany. And he didn't really talk about it. He wasn't one of those guys, but he had a different purple hearts every time I broke a leg and hockey or something, I would wake up and find the Purple Heart and my pillow. And your dad from what I understand. He hit a music store in Chicago called I guess called K musical instruments and it was. It was actually a guitar man. It's hard manufacturing. Yeah, my dad made guitars. He made them for Sears. Silvertones, but I remember that there were some pretty great bands of the era and one called spirit that had a fantastic guitarist named Randy, California who only would play K's and the like. But my dad's kind of claimed to fame at that time was that he put chord books in guitars and started this whole idea that you too can play the guitar, and it alienated a lot of the musicians, including Barney kessel and Las Paul and people that he was friends with because they were infuriated to say that their instrument was easier to play than a thinner than a violin. And of course, he said, yeah, but you know it is. And so it ended up that my family was all in newsweek magazine, taking our guitar lessons together because my dad had decided to be part of this U2 can play the guitar, which was part of the whole mid 60s folk music kind of movement. So I think back and he was definitely somebody who also liked to challenge the status quo, which I think I have come by honestly. So was he financially successful? He was financially successful in the way of a rising entrepreneur of his time. But very tragically he went out to play tennis at 47 years old on a Saturday and I got a call when I was in college saying that he died playing tennis. Very suddenly of a massive heart attack. Wow. And it really marked my life in so many ways. It was definitely a formative experience. I've heard and you probably have heard this too that there's a lot of patterns of fatherlessness in highly entrepreneurial people, whether it's through abandonment or early death, including taking ridiculous risks as a journalist in the early part of my career, where I could have easily gotten killed several times. I think I was working out his heroism and other kinds of things. So, you know, you come to these things a little later in life, but it is interesting to reflect on it. So for college, I know that you went to NYU and you majored in English and from what understand Ralph Ellis had be Ralph Ellis at The Invisible Man Ralph Ellison was a professor there. And you kind of had an opportunity to sort of work with him to be tutored by him. Right. He taught me how to read and Jorge that I fully didn't understand. And I knew that I loved more than anything the sound of literature. And I was just and how it felt to me, but I Ralph actually kind of flushed it out in a way that it became something that I was fully able to understand. He also, he also gave me the I think the confidence to try to be a professional writer, which I proceeded to do for 20 years. Was Ralph Ellison you're like your thesis adviser? Yeah, he basically was. And Ralph was a deep and exacting intellectual. So I had to work really hard and read really hard. Anyway, it was an amazing experience. He would sit with a big stokey and he was amazing story for telling voice with his Oklahoma. I've said that his voice was like a coal car coming out of my mind. And I would just be mesmerized and it was a big supporter and later even the audible transition right at the time. He died. He was incredibly supportive of what I did. So you graduate from NYU and you're sort of thinking that you want to be right, but it's not that easy to do so and you did what lots of people do, which is you decide to go to graduate school and to continue studying. I'm assuming you went to London to London school economics. Am I assuming correctly that you didn't really know what you wanted to do, you wanted to kind of buy some time? Absolutely. In fact, I thought at the time almost everybody thought if you didn't know what you should do, you should go to law school. Yes. Right. But I studied the European economics and politics and international history. And I was living with my old friend, Barbara, who was a rock writer. She had gone to be a rock and roll writer in London. And so we just paired up and shared a flat, and so I would come home and there would be, you know, Rod Stewart and Keith Richards.

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"london school economics" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"london school economics" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Make money by doing good. He is driven by the passion to see all sex society including business release their potential and helping tackle the great social and environmental issues. We face my guest from london in the united kingdom. Add boyd ed. Welcome to the show. Thank saving now. Listen edna were talking before we started. And we don't know and i'm just saying to stay tuned because it could happen. The queen might be stopping by. We're not certain of her schedule today. But i would just be on the lookout. Just be be aware that this can happen so at you know you. And i were chatting i i love. The united kingdom is studied at cambridge university Trinity trinity college for sir. Isaac newton went. And i guess one of the biggest memories i have is that i would punting on the cam now. Folks this is easy to fall in where you don't know what you're doing so my big memory is that i didn't fall in right so it has but also like looking at sir isaac newton's a journals which are under glass in the library because that's kind of that's kind of fun and i have brass rubbings from trinity chapel. That are that. I keep all over my home. That are a memory of that time. I'm curious what brought you to start regenerate what what's the purpose of regenerate because that has everything to do with what we're going to discuss the well it was some seven deputy that kind of putin baths if i give it better. The backstory in i trained as an economist talk briefly london school economics and then somehow found myself working government under the david. Cameron was prime minister. And in think tanks around that space over my focus was how'd you create social impact. Food away the national government operates while facets housing and everything else and in that time a lot of it was the government can do but it can't do everything. How can we get businesses and investment communities to do more. How can you find a way. We're saying the best out of poverty job. What are we asking for from businesses so raise spots. I guess in interest for me in this field and over these itches. I can never get rid of because wacky and government. It's odd to say. Hey we should stop doing something. Let someone else let business do something. That's.

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"london school economics" Discussed on Collective Insights

Collective Insights

04:19 min | 4 months ago

"london school economics" Discussed on Collective Insights

"You're probably already known. You probably already love him. But if you feel like taking a deep dive into the back side of this is a good one to jump in well dennis mckenna that thank you for joining us on hunger and humans Really looking forward to getting to have a far-ranging conversation I think you. And i i got to cross pause personally when we were showing stage at a conference in vancouver. Lost you But your your life your writings. Your research have been Weaving in and out of my life for ages. All the way back to pay nya your birthplace being shared The shed homebase of high country news and all sorts of good western slope. Natural living that then sending you actually into a career of you know relative empiricism you know ethno pharmacology botany You know this sort of life of a scientist and professor terence kind of took the other four and the parallel complementary track of being sort of trickster philosopher and between you guys that notion of the eschaton the time waves zero the fact that there could be and whether it was in two thousand twelve or two thousand or twenty. Twenty or tb. Just that idea of linear time is not necessarily indefinite and we may be approaching. Inflection points of sorts. That may change everything. So so i'd love to. I'd love to just kind of rift with you. Which is the relationships that you've gleaned over half a century and reflecting writing living between indigenous wisdom plan knowledge and the eschaton or the end of time. What do you think. Well i think we have enough to to fill three hours. He's just just dealing with those but Yeah the eschaton is a tricky thing you know. The eschaton basically comes out of the western religious tradition. You know the idea that time has an end and that there is some point the apocalypse or whatever the you know this is a christian notion but the idea that that history is not infinite that there is a prehistory and we know that. And there's maybe a post history and maybe at this juncture at this point in time we're approaching the end of history and were transitioning into some post historical or a historical epoch. And oddly enough. I think that twenty twenty is going to be a marker will look back and say you know the the world ended the two thousand twenty you know the world as we know it ended in twenty twenty. Something else took its place. That's the world we live in now but it's a very different world and i think it's going to get much different You know as time goes on. We're seeing what it is like to be living. Essentially in these end times you know and or the end of this particular Brand i guess you could say or type of historical time. We're in it. We are post historical. Now we're living in some other other temporal On some other temporal wave. You know. And i'll let let's actually define that 'cause you touched on it and i think it's it's just worth unpacking for anybody. That's not familiar. Fundamentally this notion of the eschaton judeo-christian right. And i don't know if you're familiar with john grays Work at the london school economics but he wrote a book called the black mass and the and the myth of utopia but he basically says every you know every western movement including secular movements like communism are all still just the christian alpha in the in the beginning was the wood and then yeah mega and the end. Something awesome happened. Something more terrible or both happens. That was easier packaging and talked about it..

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"london school economics" Discussed on The COMEBACK Coach

The COMEBACK Coach

04:09 min | 9 months ago

"london school economics" Discussed on The COMEBACK Coach

"And they predicted basically what we're dealing with today and that type of fighting and they start getting everybody reading a key component of that was hand combat. Because we really hadn't trained it since vietnam believe it or not during the cold war. It's just wasn't giving any sort of precedents to To really train so as part of this group. That basically is there. I came in touch with A unique trainer who understood injury human body and even though we're looking at all the famous combat athletes at the time. It was this little known individual that we brought in that kind of started us on this path where injury the human body was kinda sole focus and What's been interesting is i had. I had an amazing career. I never would have had. If i'd done the traditional career that i was going to do still teams. I actually was able to do work. I've worked with every every unit you can imagine of worked with every law enforcement unit. That i've wanted to a lot of a lot of groups that get a lot of people don't even know exist on just amazing operators. I was able to do all of that. Big change for me came in nine eleven. I was actually training the eighth and the ninth in new york a seminar and it was training seminar. It was literally a block away from the twin towers and The course ended on the ninth. We filmed the course was for certain. International finance guys that i was training and a lot of them traveled to countries that to negotiate contracts and things that was pretty. Dangerous kidnapping was concerned. And so you know. Were talking about travel requirements. I was showing. You know on film what you could actually bring on an airplane in one of the things. I was showing like box cutters and all this and of course you know. Less than a day later The terrorists used box cutters. One of the things that They took over the plane. And so i only trained like some corporate people that point. I really had trained many many people in the civilian world. Mainly because i thought what i taught was to this specific law enforcement military and that the civilians probably wouldn't want to take such a direct application of this information. Nine eleven changed all that. Excuse me excuse me for interrupting which that quote you've just mentioned there about the billions maybe not wanting to take kind of information as an example of that. How you doing how you will ole ashville end from entering information in the uk. Yes done yet. The u. k. a. I've been training in the. I went to school with the london school economics for year in an exchange program. So i become an uk for almost thirty five years and you know as a student as a military officer. I am ben as a trainer. You know as a coming over and training. My system. And i have great training. Uk military aspect of it and nato over there. It was kind of a shock. What happened was i do. I did a lot of prostate. Used to do a ton of press over the in the used to be on the bbc all the time all the various channels and a lot of the talk shows I always on a lot of the radio. Talk shows I did a talk show. I believe in two thousand two thousand five two thousand six and the subject was knife crime back then even even two thousand six hundred getting pretty bad where i was training The local mp was on a radio talk show with me fairly famous. I a a very famous Talk show they had head of metropolitan police form head metropolitan police a rabbi. A design p In other official another police official was on there..

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"london school economics" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"london school economics" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"But you do realize we're trying to get people to go to New York and not a flea New York and it just doesn't it didn't fit and And so I kept doing that though. I kept sort of US writing stuff in sending it in and the the first hit I got it was what got me off. The ground Two years year and a half of it. I got out of Princeton I noticed in the back of the Economist magazine. A little advertisement for the science and technology pages and it said. Write a six hundred word article. And if your article wins the competition You'll get a job at the economist. it might have just been an internship kind of job but it was a job and so at that point. I was living in London and going to graduate school at the London School Economics and I'd experienced the British medical system. And I realized that I just went home to New Orleans and went to our fanciest hospital and ask them whatever. The newest thing was the British would think it was like twenty second century stuff. They were so that was so archaic in Britain. So I did that. I found this breast cancer detection device in the OCHSNER hospital in New Orleans road. Six hundred words about it Senate in and Got a call from a man whose name you might recognize. Name is Matt Ridley Now well known a well known author and also a Lord Lord Matt Ridley by the time he was the deputy science editor of the Economist. And he says we'd like to have you come in for an interview and I came in for the interview and he they said you're on a short list of three finalists for the job and and they started to ask me. What's your what's your background in science and technology. This thing seemed seemed like you know you know a lot and I said well. I never actually took Eddie Science. I had to take a science class to get out of Princeton and I took a class called physics for poets and I took a pass fail and I and I flunked it and I flunked it because I I played racquetball. Instead of going to the lab but but any case I had neff on my transcript at Princeton for and it was physics for poets and I was telling us I thought they were thick. This was a jolly tail. And they're they're like jaws on the floor and at the end of this they say what are you doing here and I said I wanna right and they and they say you know anything. The they said the other two finalists for this are studying for their doctorates in physics. One one was a Cambridge one. I was an Oxford it. You don't re I remember Matt. Really said it was great. He said he said you're a fraud. But but you're a very good fraud and that's a journalist and he said you serve fooled us with this and so he said we're not gonNA give you this job because you don't know anything but we I would encourage you to keep submitting things to the economist and so over the for over a period about a year. I must've published twenty articles in the Economist and the different sections and I go to them with ideas and they were they were a delight and that's how they they gave me my start. That's how it's and and from there. You know how go from there to riding long form narrative nonfiction is a different story. That's sort of thing that that gets me going. What was it about writing or publishing? What did that do for you? What did that feed? Or what feeling that evoke that kept you going through all these rejections and inflight magazine letters on this is the truth is the truth to this day. Is that what I realized when I was riding my Princeton thesis and continue to sense when I was writing these magazine articles and nobody wanted to publish. Is that the thing itself gave me enormous pleasure. I mean subsequently I've had people my children and my wife who have been in the same room when I've had headphones on and trying to concentrate and write something they said. Do you realize that when you're sitting there writing you're laughing the whole time? You're laughing at your own jokes and their view. It's kind of pathetic while you're sitting there laughing at your own jokes and there's this point to that but the bigger point is I just took a normal pleasure in doing the thing and so it. It never felt like Oh. I shouldn't be doing this because I was so much fun doing it and it was just like. I just got to get better. I'll keep doing this because I this is just fun. So the distinction between rejection and acceptance. And you know seeming failure and success was was a very blurry distinction to me because I was already getting pleasure out of the doing of it. I was already excited by it now. Once the I can remember when the first thing hit print It was that a little breast cancer detection piece They they did run it in science and technology basically fat check eight hundred different ways. 'cause they wondered where the Ele- came from but but they they ran it and I just remember going in. The Economist doesn't even run bioline so my name wasn't even on it but I just went. Yeah I mean this is just this is right. And once my name started going on things and it was things in the new republic or the oddly the OP ED page of the Wall Street Journal started. Invite me to write for them all when our while I was still a student I thought it was just it? Was you know it was started kerosene on a on a bonfire? It was already you know it was already burning down the neighborhood because I was. I was so excited by what I was doing already. I didn't I was sort of like I didn't really need any encouragement as getting the encouragement was just gravy soup. If we flash forward that I mean you're writing your publishing I'm looking at a paragraph from brain pickings dot org which is run by Maria Papova. Who I'm very fond of and there's A. There's a piece on your writing process. She may have been quoting a different source. But I just want to read something quickly and then and then we can discuss before. I wrote my that these words before I wrote my first book. Nineteen eighty nine. The sum total of my earnings is writer over. Four years of freelancing was about three thousand bucks so it did appear to be financial suicide when I quit my job at Salomon brothers read been working for a couple years and we're just gotten a bonus of two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars which they'd promised they double the following year to take a forty thousand dollars book advance for a book that took a year and a half to right. Was that a hard decision or was it something. You've just been biding your time for some. You put it very well. It was something I've been biding my time for that. I when I went into Solomon Brothers. I knew that this was this was a this is a temp gig. I'd be there for a few years and Was there a more out of curiosity about how this world work? Then I was to advance a career In fact aside from the money which I liked I didn't think really much about the career. It's all because I knew I could only hang up. My interest would only last for so long and I was intensely interested in it as I was learning about it but when I kind of figured it all out and got a sense of how it all worked. There weren't any more questions I had that needed to be answered. I really started to get bored but the whole time I was there. I was writing And I I was. I got myself in trouble because I tend to write kind of about what's around me and so I started to write things about this great boom. That was happening on wall. Street is really the beginning of what we still live with this notion of. Twenty two or twenty three rows rolling on and being and making a fortune The this the sums of money being made on Wall Street and the share of the economy at occupied was expanding rapidly and no one quite understood why so there was a natural market for me to sort of try to explain it and So I was told I mentioned the Wall Street Journal asked me to write op. Eds for the my wrote an OP. Ed arguing that investment bankers were overpaid and in the bottom of the op-ed. It said Michael. Lewis is an associate Solomon brothers. And but you know I tell you I must have like a a blind streak right because I my reaction was wow great piece like when I saw I saw you know when they sent me the galleys or whatever it was. I had this fabulous. I didn't even think Like what are the people at Solomon Brothers? Nothing except maybe while they're going to be so they're going to be thinking so cool that. I wrote an article in The Wall Street Journal. I got to work the next day. And there's a fellow who was who ran all of Salomon Brothers International Delightful guy was the guy who had hired me in the first place and he was Ashen faced sitting at my desk with this little newspaper on his lap and he said Michael I mean it was really sad not anger. It was more in sadness. He says Michael. You have no no idea of the damage you've done and I was kind of like what do you mean? He said he said this thing is being picked up all over the United States. And we've had a crisis meeting overnight of the Solomon Brothers Board what to do about it. They couldn't or wouldn't have fired me. Because I had just flew curly started to generate a whole lot of money for them like a whole lot of money. I had the second big my I was essentially a salesperson and I had at that point the second biggest money generating account in the entire firm and the person would speak only to me even though even though I've only been there a year and a half and it was it was a it. Was this basically the most fisted? Hedge Fund SORTA manager in Europe. And he was doing all kinds and so they didn't want to. They wouldn't fire me because they didn't WanNa lose him so he he said to me. My boss said Wh- what are we gonNA do about this and I said I? I don't really want to do anything about this. And he said well well we. We need you to stop writing and I said I'm not gonNA stop writing you know. It's what I love to do. And he and he had the bright idea he said Could you right under a different name? And I said no problem. I can do that and he said what name are you going to use and I actually just popped into my head. I'll use my mother's maiden name so I wrote under the name Diana Bleaker for maybe the next nine months or year. I maybe not quite that long but I wrote a half a dozen pieces that were. They got better and better. I was getting better and better because I had better and better editing so Michael Kinsley at who is then editing. The New Republic had walked into my life. And he he was. He was teach giving me riding lessons. Basically in the way edited the pieces but but the pieces Diana Bleaker was riding I mean I really felt off the leash because nobody could trace it back to me. I you know I almost describing the trading floor around me in pieces and people were circulating. It was really great. I sitting in London at my desk. Doing my business and I would watch people xeroxing articles I'd written in the new republic under Diana Bleaker and pass them out on the trading floor. And so I I had a sense that like got people are hungry for this peer laughing people were. It was just working now. The money part of it. What happened was I came home. One night to my house in London picked up a phone call and it was a man named Ned Chase. Who happens to be Chevy Chase's dad who is a senior editor at Simon and Schuster and he said I figured out who Diana Bleaker was and I got your number and found out how he did that and I and I think we think you should write a book and at that point..

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"london school economics" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Self created record label and wouldn't leave? They basically set up camp and the front this and Ed with other bikes and girlfriends and whatever other into arsenic had and Stayed there basically for a few days until somebody politely asked them to. Maybe find some to to stay so that was interaction. See All these kids the Beatles and the stones and the WHO and and you know that whole second generation of of English rock. They all grew up in the bombed out ruins of England after World War Two A.. Avi One bomb landed on Keith Richards House and they had to just live in the rubble after it. You know so one of the things that happen to those kids is that they were basically basically no supervised the supervision they formed gangs And they could be. You know these are. These are unintended teenagers. Ten in your old whatever you know. There's no parents. People are still picking bodies out of the rubble and they took a lot of influence from American media. Cowboy join movies. gangster with Marlon Brando. Yeah while and that's that's where the name the Beatles comes from and the other the other gang is black grabble motorcycle club so You know they saw their bands as gangs Continuing on with them the MODS and rockers they get together on the beach and have a big fight into show. Who's got the better you know? Look for these days so I think that a lot of them gravitated towards words. You know the these are tick people and so they. They were probably pretty insecure. Growing up getting beaten up a lot Keith talks about died in in A lot interviews or or books about him I think. Even his own book They probably wanted to surround themselves with people who made them feel you know oh save by the. Oh this big hairy violent guy. He's on my side so that's probably part of the. The connection is that they identified with these outlaws. But I don't think they really knew how how extreme the Oakland Hells was angel. Really were that would be my guess and it wasn't just the Oakland chapter it. Was Hells Angels from all over the place to get enough. No I'm I'm I'm just being really specific the one eyed but like you can't imagine that the Oakland Hells Angels. Were even GonNa get along with the San Jose hells angels probably sectarian violence. Okay right you're right. You're right I was wrong to say that the just to be clear Tim when you work security for the rolling stones This kind of thing didn't happen right. You weren't armed with the heaviest thing. I had was a flashlight all right so I feel like we're ready to kind of get into what this reference meant. Yeah and can use. Tell me exactly what photograph of Keith Richards. Shirts at Altima. You are because I want to be able to see this. Yes so if you if you just google words Keith Richards and eventually comes up limoges. But it's a black and white shot sort of shot from the side. Keith is holding a cigarette and his left hand and just stimulating. It's an hells angels. That are a US roughing up somebody in the front row. and He's speaking in no microphone as if to say back off Steno what he's saying is if that cat doesn't coup splitting splitting probably saying okay. I think I've made it. Yeah he's pointing out at them cigarette holding his hand. Yeah if you listen to the according. They stopped the show at several points because they could tell there was trouble happening and they wanted everybody. Just calm down and maybe back away away from the stage as Christian mentioned there was this lemming-like crash to the front of this very tiny stage in this vast field where nobody can really see anything past the first few rows even even in two thousand five when I saw them at the Skydome here like that still happens right because there's a point in the in the show where they that show any where they go to a smaller stage and so everybody who's on the four goes in and pushes towards the reason why this doesn't than happen anymore is because the stages are higher and there's a barricade and their security that follow them. There seems like they've learned their lesson. So when I look at Keith Richards in this concert what I see is actually feel like an outfit Rory would be okay with wearing. I mean. He's wearing a shirt and a cardigan. Like it looks like a very feminine. The Red sequined one and the it's a designer designer's name was nudie off a western stuff. I think that's who did the. He was wearing those tee shirts a lot like this is this is really like he. He put these things together by like rating his girlfriend's closet. And this was. There was no real mainstream way for men to wear women's clothes at this point. I don't know if there is now but what I'm saying. Is he was a trailblazer in this respect. The eyeliner again. This is the the peaking with Johnny Depp. Like stealing kice look entirely in the pirates of the Caribbean. I did know that. Actually that fun fact I knew I mean he created this book that we have when you think of Rockstar. Right like if you if you you're gonNA think of like you know a handful handful of things one of them is probably named Jagger one of those probably David Bowie as ziggy stardust. If you're thinking of guitar player you know it's it's Keith Keith it's Jimi Hendrix really you know I'm talking on this like immediate level at the impression you get this archetypal level of what a what a rock star Star of this era was and you know this is. This is definitely something that I you know. Being a fourteen year old boy from from Toronto and seeing this for the first time and getting e like to me it was like you know how. How do I get a little bit of this in my life that? That's that's how I got it. I don't know rory would have thought but I mean well and now that I'm seeing this particular photograph I feel you like this. Might be the exact photograph. Rory was referencing because she's not looking at the camera looking off to the right. Look in a little confused talking to somebody you trying to get something figured out what this person who's not paying attention to what she seen as they're taking her ide- photo it and A A little washed out from the lady. Yeah and I mean can we all just like agree on the fact that his hair's just terrible all it's an extreme mullet I would say that Harris Leong on the bottom short on the top. However for in Rory's defense she has her hair in a French braid? But I just gotTa say that like the term mullet and like the way that that that is in the culture didn't exist at that point right not so. I understand what you mean and I. I've tried to to do it. You Know I. I was brave enough to try it and it didn't didn't really work but what I mean is like this is probably where that you know it takes. It takes a little while for it to filter into guys who have Camaros and stuff like that. And that's you know going in that direction but like this is this is a man in nine hundred sixty nine adopting a less conventional hairstyle. Shall we say but not at a time when this was an identifiable thing is in like. Oh that guy like has Skinner right now. It's not such a clear thing is it's not as known entity to say like you know when this person has this hair this is the value system that they have or whatever so I'm just saying judge the hair however you like well and I'm not judging this hair in two thousand and three. Oh Yeah Yeah you know what I mean is if you look at it from the other perspective right and he he did cut his own hair. At this point I know that for sure and so does everybody else But what I mean. Is that like this was this was was an attempt to show individuality. This was not like a or I'm GONNA I'M GONNA get this to fit in with my brethren right like this was if it's a mullet and he's a mode innovator is well. I think we've got it figured out now. We did find a lot of other references to rolling stones and I was wondering if we could do kind of a lightning round. There are more than there's like eight more ten more but I'm just going to list off five really quickly and I want to see if you guys can like explain them right away. Okay and it's gut reaction remember. No you know. Just what's the first thing that comes to your mind. Yeah okay trying to be my friend again kind of vibe the only patented Keith Richards Circa Nineteen Sixty nine. Don't mess with New York Asian stairs. Oh yeah that's the bad attitude. That's exactly that's that's the the same year you know. This is the eyeliner but also a get outta my face or I'll stab you with a broken bottle of Jack Daniels it's deserves serious Bad attitude do not mess with me kind of thing I know. True Rock and roller goes to college. They Jagger went to the London school economics. Yeah that's that's that's absolutely true. Yeah he didn't he didn't graduate and he didn't last very long but he did go there. anythings enlisted people who killed their parents got away with it looking for heroes. The toasting girl got the job pathetic. Jan I can't do this yes. It is a GIG. It's Prince opening for the rolling stones. That's it's Kinda gave it is they. They did go out of their way to try to bring new axe to the public. But I think some people in America weren't ready for Prince but prince was also from a a tradition when he would play with say Rick James There was a whole thing of like trying to blow each other off the stage and you try to be more and more land addition. Draw more attention to yourself and that just kind of wasn't really what went on at that level of a Gig with the stones at that time. Oh who is that. That is just wrong. He should celebrate. We should celebrate. Stay out all night at the clubs and talk about a rolling stones covering thinking garden. Yeah.

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"london school economics" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the table John Katzman. Td's here the economy stupid and was one of country's best. Economists Thomas We have Stephen Moore the morning. Stephen Moore how are you to Sunday morning and good John Thank you very much. Economy just keeps Steaming Alon on self. You're feeling really good about things You have made certain comments I to me and other people about Davos and that you feel that The president has accomplished something Volvos and told everybody else that the United States is doing great and because then listen to the dumb economists doing terrible tell us the truth. Well that's a pretty good summary. I mean trump went into Davos took a little bit of of a deserted victory lap and said look at our economy. We have seven million more jobs and we have people to fill them without rising wages. We've got boring stock market. You you know we have a very low unemployment and low inflation. It's a pretty beautiful picture. Not Everything's great but in boy there's sure very solid economic numbers. Numbers is that you know all the rest of the world with a few exceptions You know would would love to see these kind of numbers I mean. Europe is flatlined not growing virtually at all and and some of the Asian countries have slowed down and so what trump did which was very much like Ronald Reagan John Back in the eighties. He said look at what we're doing. We cut taxes. We reduced regulation. We got the government off the back of our businesses And by doing so we have really revived so many of our industries whether whether it's CEO or whether it's our manufacturing sector construction Technology industries are doing well And then he said look we got this trade deal so You we have trump basically said be more like us if you WANNA make your own citizens prosper and by the way. That's not a message. That goes over very well. Those Davos complex. I spoke at that conference In back in to Right after trump was elected. And you know that's not a favorable audience. That's a lot of euro bureaucrats Kratz. It's a lot of London school economics and Harvard and Yale you know economics professors and You know people who are very You know hostile to trump's message but he's just went out and delivered in a very effective way and we will see how Europeans respond trumper saying gene. We're right you're wrong drowsy. Did they die where the tight underwear in Great Britain now. The other thing that he did in that speech beach what I thought was really gutsy and I thought appropriate was that you know he took on the radical green environmental movement that is really strangle. holded juror now for the last ten or fifteen years and he used this phrase which is infuriated the left but I thought it was highly appropriate. He called these alarmed us and the apocalypse he called them prophets of doom. And I don't know what he used to work. Profit I don't know if he not P. R. O. P. H. E. T. or PR fit because a lot of people getting rich off of this. You know this green movement he basically said look your predictions you know and you and I go back a long. I'm John I mean you know. In terms of you know having lived through the sixties and seventies I mean you remember when they talked about you know overpopulation. We're all going to run out of food. And we'RE GONNA run out of energy. And you know one one apocalyptic prediction after another and these people have been long long long and trump said even your climate change models have been wrong And that you know what's really important. Messy says. Look three enterprise what creates growth and cleans up the environment and don't move away from You know the free market and you stalinistic kind of government approaches to cleaning up the environment because it doesn't work very well. I agree one hundred percent People are aw breaking down on doors to put money into United States not take up. Yeah we did you see the statistic a couple of weeks ago which really a trillion dollars one trillion. That's one with twelve zeros one trillion dollars or just a little less than it has been repatriated into the United States. Because remember what we did John. We cut that what we call the repatriation tax. That's money that's helped by American companies overseas and Bermuda or in China or in Ireland and one trillion has come back now. Think about how many jobs you know comes associated with one trillion. Think about it what that's done for our stock market for the profits of American businesses their ability to hire more workers. So it's been a huge success and and that really is an indication that investors around the world see America's more competitive. You know globally competitive than so many of the other countries and look Europe's in big trouble right now they they either have to be more like us or they're gonNA fall further and further behind and I understand. Refugees are pouring into the NATO countries and people are worried because you know that just keep piling it well because remember John that they have have all of these welfare programs that free housing and Free Food and Free Utility and free this free that and you know you just these countries you know can't afford it. My son lives Uh lived in Sweden and we recently moved back. He said you know it's not reporting the United States but the biggest issue in Sweden is is immigration and all you know Sweden as the socialist country. That has all the free stuff the now the Swedes are saying. Wait a minute. We can't provide spree stopped everybody in the world and so. This is the problem with these socialistic. Economies Ah especially when you have you know open immigration people wanna come for all of the Benefits like I'm very pro immigration. But we'll have to come in and make it on their own. They can't go on the government taller going to bankrupt the country. I agree I think. Canada has a system like that where they have to pass a point system on y on how well they can contribute to the economy. Not Take out of the tunnel and by the way John don't forget but You know and I worked worked with Donald Trump and and jared Kushner and some others in the White House. We've developed a fantastic new immigration reform. That would allow you know the what Larry cudlow calls the BRAINIACS and the people with the skills a merit based system which you're exactly right Kennedy uses that Germany Australia all uses it. Why shouldn't we use that kind of system? If you WANNA make America Great and put America first you gotta do that. Steve Moa leadings Heinemann for our country. Thank you for giving us your input the Sunday morning and we'll catch up again real soon. Okay thanks John. This is the roundtable we write back..

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"london school economics" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Back to weekend from the BBC World Service with Paul Henley and pretty soon on the program. We'll go live to Hong Kong where there seemed to be some developments with controversial extradition law local media. They're a saying that the cause of many protests recently could be withdrawn. We'll find out more soon. I the Bola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is already the second worst ever seen with more than one thousand four hundred dead in the central African country this week, the disease crossed a border for the first time to Uganda, but the World Health Organization has decided not to declare a global emergency for the time being because it says that could make things worse by harming the Diaz Konami. The outbreak spread comes despite hopes that now there's an experimental Ebola vaccine, the outbreak might be brought under control. I'm joined by. Hi. Dr Natalie Roberts, the emergency operations manager for the charity, med San sell frontier doctor Roberts. Hello. It seems like the outbreak is getting out of control. Is that overstating? It. Hi, more. I think it's not really overstating. The is not under control. I think we we've known for a while now that we're seeing increasing number of cases. But also that we don't know how many cases there are not saying it's and so I think particularly in the itself, we knew that, but then it is very serious. The epicenter is north kiva and there are many reasons why it's very hard to treat the disease in that area on the not least because there's a lot of violence there. Absolutely. I mean, it's an area of sort of ongoing insecurity, it's been a very non time as being being violent to the tax net area. We've been working in the area for many years. And it's one of the most difficult places to work. Why hasn't this experimental vaccine proven to be the solution yet? Anyway. Well, I mean we pretty happy. It's a good vaccine. We're seeing very promising results from people who've been vaccinated, but we're concerned about the way it's being deployed strategy. It's being used to the vaccine, the ideas that vaccinate people who are getting contact with, with the case, and people who their potential context. But that's a very heavy strategy is very difficult. To chase down the people who've been in contact with a confirmed case take. We don't even know what will the confirm cases are so teams are trying the hardest to try and get to the context, and then their potential context, but, but it just something that's very, very difficult to achieve in times of ethnic people. So where recommending change in, she now to try and vaccinate more. People can evac seen help people who've already contracted Ebola. Because the moment is the strategy that if you've got the disease you're just left to your own devices and in the Democratic Republic of Congo here at the moment about seventy percent of people who get the disease end up dead. Yeah. I mean, it's, it's we're not quite sure what happens if you've already contracted, the bowler in your intimation, period. We actually have some positive effects, but he's not a treatment for the disease. It's vaccinations preventive. And so, you know, really what they're trying to do is get people before they come into contact with the disease. And that's the key to. Any vaccinated strategies to get people in adequate time to let them build up immunity. But yeah, otherwise if you've already got the symptoms of evola than reading need to seek treatment as soon as possible to the C experiments medicines, proper, Karen, and we're seeing a lot of people just never get to that. Karen time have health workers got enough of the vaccine, we we're trying to understand more about the supply of the vaccine is being one vaccine. It's been in use. Manufactured by one company and, and at the moment, we're not sure if that supply will be adequate. And so we're looking at deploying second vaccine to try to increase the stock available and backseat will people thank you very much for joining us from the Democratic Republic of Congo Natalie Roberts. She's not there, working for operations manager for the charity, Medecins frontier. And we have two guests with us quick reminder throughout the program that, Ian black visiting senior fellow at the Middle East center at the London School economics, and former Middle East editor of the guardian newspaper. I I-I've Siddiqui is here to she's research associated, the South Asia institute of the school of oriental and African studies. So s here in London, she's an expert on Pakistan's military in particular, much more to come from then on Sunday, one of the biggest global sporting rivalries, take center stage in this country, actually when Pakistan take on. On India in the cricket World Cup age the first match since a big flare up in political tensions between the two countries. Earlier in the year we heard earlier on from seconda Kamani in Pakistan. This report is from rajini Vijay nothing in Delhi. A young boy is bowling tennis ball towards the wicked. Another one is back. It's going to wards the swings and the slide, we're watching a very exciting game of cricket in the park here in west Delhi. You don't have to go very far in India to find groups of people play the sport. This is a cricket crazy nation. Never more crazy than when India plays Pakistan. It's one of the biggest in sport. Millions are expected to chew into Sunday's showdown go, John, we'll be watching begging Hispanic relations, haven't always been friendly between the two countries so fans wanted revenge in one way is to beat them Nicot game. They give we almost. Too many here in India, this match means the line between sports in politics is often blurred. Good evening. The big debate tonight, should India stop link. Cricket with Pakistan, a few months ago as tensions escalated after a deadly attack on Indian soldiers in Indian-administered Kashmir. They were even calls for this nation to boycott his World Cup match against Pakistan. Afternoon, everybody. Welcome to the men's cricket World Cup. Twenty-nine teen captain media state head of Sunday's game Indian captain, clearly best politics. He's in the play. Always a very very antiquated match but we keep saying this again. And again if you ask the players it's very different from how the fans look at the game. Yes, you feel the dissipation and feel the excitement of the fans when you enter the stadium, but as soon as you step onto the field professional for us. It's just another game that.

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"london school economics" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Daylight. Leeann tweeden, Dr drew eight hundred two to five to two the phone number. We got a lot to get into today. We are going to talk about, oh, prescribing pot to pets. We're going to talk about that for my dog food for homeless and, and bought this hour, we're going to get to the LA, please protectively to talk about the typhoid fever outbreak. And the. Imaginatively insane conditions that the police are dealing with right now right now. Let's go to Jill. Stuart executive director of the coalition to preserve LA, Senate Bill three thirty sibling Bill to b fifty Jill. What is it issue here with this Bill? Well, okay. This is another crazy Bill out of the bay area that they want to impose on the entire state because hampered Cisco has a problem and SP fifty will undo all city housing reforms, including in Los Angeles, that weren't in effect by January first of last year. What that means is Airbnb crackdown will be thrown out, the, the south boss. Angelo community plan, which figured out a way to create density, while saving south LA from gentrification and homeless surging homelessness by forcing people out of their homes, all these plans at the south LA communities have been working on a decade, the gotta prove thrown out by this law. So another one insane laws out of the bay area that's going to hurt Los Angeles more than any other city. It has nothing to do with L A doesn't in any way, take into account. What we're doing in this city. And a lot of a lot of cities are going to be screwed by. It's the most interesting part is coming out now, breaking right now in San Francisco in the media up, there is that the driving money behind. Senate Bill three thirty end Senate Bill fifty secret creepy money is from Facebook. Yeah. The motivation. What's the motivation growth? He he needs way. More housing units. If he's going to take over the, the San Francisco peninsula in a more complete way, there's not enough housing. Just go to the city council and mayor's office and work through the local measures. They want all of the cities. They want to do a regional thing and to do a regional thing they're proposing statewide legislation. They, they need the whole area to be up sewn for, for his dream his dream for what for people to actually work in the offices are just people in the area. Understand they want way more check population. They want in other words right now they have a lot of density. They want it to be more like a Hong Kong or Singapore situation where you have far far more density, mostly single unit to bring in it's, it's, it's really it's really it's a corporate craziness. I can't even imagine how they got this far without about. But it's, it's amazing what the break is out of San Francisco. Joel Stewart, executive director of the coalition to preserve LA. What? Okay, so that sucker birds motivation. I guess the politicians wants money is Weiner involved in the Scott Weiner, Scott, wieners involved, and Nancy Skinner is, she's kind of the acolyte of Scott Weiner she's behind S b three thirty. She wrote it, and yeah. Absolutely. The money is flowing in from this LLC that book created private that you can't find out much information about it. He and his wife put it together. They said they were going to try to help people stay in their communities and help housing. And if you if you look at it, it's the exact opposite. It's about having as much giant stuff come in as possible, and just pushing people aside. So it's, it's really you know, we were wondering why the legislative analysis of SP three thirty was so thin. It's very thin. And it's very vague and that's not normal for legislative analysis. What turns out the state of California has got some contracts with the very people that, that is financed, or create the fake data. So it's really if all of the money came. Yeah. So if he. You were if he were to come to me and say, I'm looking for funds to support this plan. How do you think he'd pitched me he being burger? Or that organization. What, what are they telling people that are piling into their program that they're doing? I mean what did they get, you know again, it sounds weird his motivation. But okay, I'll accept that. But what does the average San Franciscan doing this for why? Would they get this kind of a fund completely buying into the trickle down teary, if you build enough luxury housing was trickle down to the working class and help the homeless never heard that I've known as ever proposed that, that I've heard publicly? So I it's hard to all over Sacramento, every, we've we met was probably twenty five legislators out there or their aides, and the new thing that swept through in the last year is trickled down housing it's going to just build as much what they call, it is build housing for all levels, and then it will help everyone, but what they actually end up doing these bills is almost all focused on luxury. Right. And, and for for all of this here because there's no, it seems like no city is going to have the power to have a general plan to sort of oversee, how communities are changed by this at all. Seems like private investors, and private builders are going to be able to come in build all these high rises, and let's face it, if you're a private builder when you build these high rises, what do you win it for your for money. You're not going to build low cost anything, especially in a place like San Francisco or Los Angeles. You're not going to go, oh, my bleeding, heart. I want to build low cost because I want to make an apartment for five hundred dollars a month for people to live in. No. You're going to try to make forty five hundred dollar because you're. Legitimately. I. Listen for the standpoint of the kinds of intervention that I'm used to government engage. Again, the idea that they want to use market forces to great more housing is refreshing. So what they wanna do is flood the market with supply of housing to drive. How prices down just letting private contractors go them having any oversight of scary advocate. I'm just saying that this is a market in invention which is flooded with product. So the price comes down, okay. The hope they'd want to do it on a local or try, try it out somewhere before the entire states. To try it out. Seattle is the first to go with it in a big way I'm from Seattle. It's a small city compared to LA built twenty three thousand units in one year. How did that work out? Well, let's went down two dollars a month. Unaffordable and it's so now what you've got is major scholars like UCLA's. Michael store is doing a livestream tonight explaining why trickle down does not work in the housing market. It works in plenty of markets. Like if you're selling vegetables doesn't work at all in the housing market, because their silos and people don't buy up that way rental. And it doesn't work. It just doesn't work. It's never worked. It's just the s. So there's a bunch of scholars now, stepping forward to say whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, let's re guys are off on the wrong direction. So we're glad to see that. So we're going to be involved in promoting that Holt lives joining tonight, which is also out of another thing coming out of San Francisco, but he's with London School economics and UCLA Michael. And when he came out because he doesn't meddle around in legislative. He's big picture global issues, but he felt he had to step in because Sacramento's gone insane over this now. We know that part of that is because of money just carries the twenty three thousand twenty three thousand units. I think he's ever built in in Seattle. I'm are they full are they sitting empty what's happening with them? Filled up fairly quickly with because they've got a big huge tech surge going on there. I don't know. I don't know if they have a big vacancy rate like Los Angeles does rights. Not. They're not lower costs like people thought they were going to be. It's just full of people paying exorbitant fees or of it's affordable count, right? Yeah. Yeah. Joel Stewart, executive director of the colours to preserve LA. This is Kathy Kathy. Go ahead. To comment or two questions. How is this, not a US attorney issue? This sounds like racketeering, from the bottom up and the top. Yes. Yes. In the second thing is Gavin Newsom, Mr. L A, and now he's, Mr. California, and so he doesn't remember Los Angeles because it sounds like it's going to impact you guys considerably. And then the last comic because I'm the other one. All of these tech giants Google Facebook the whole bit. They've all been deified they can do wrong. And now and now you know their spot. And they can't be controlled. They can't be controlled seriously. One man can't be controlled. Five men can't be controlled. I don't even know if he's a man. He's a robot. Era, where we used to say Ma Belle, she doesn't care because she doesn't have to, and then they broke up AT and T because it was too big. And it was too powerful control. Too many lives and eventually. Kathy. The our politicians in Sacramento are interested in the money for these. These contracts contracts. Porn dough into these people's, of course, they're going along with that. Can we stop money going to politicians? No, I'm serious. Stop a lot of exits crowds. Listen, let's just let's just stop people from dying in the streets here trying to right now. Because we are having Jill terms of preserving LA. There may not be anybody here alive in LA of this epidemic. It's going the way I think it could. Well, did you hear about the numbers the numbers that are going to come out in the next few days on the new homeless can have you got the count already? But we know it's going to surge leave. We understand. It's gonna be way high. Here's joe. Here. Help me help me my campaign. Please got helped me so we now have all three major means whereby factious diseases are spread into populations are, are blossoming. We have to Berkeley, markedly increasing rapidly here we now have today, an episode of typhoid fever, which means it Colorado's coming soon, which is the water FICO born with police officers in downtown, we have we've had the vector-borne the typhus, and we've talked to a play good days of the plague is now here, and we'll be into the human population soon. So we have vector rodent and vermin. We have airborne, and we have water oral fecal born this, plus we have measles, if it breaks into that population that's been optimally immunized, we are going to have like they're going to be I have an image of him stand on my knees and the curve attending to people because that's how bad this is going to get. Well, it's really scary. And you know, we've got I mean I don't know what the Garcetti administration is doing one thing that they've.

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"london school economics" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

14:59 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Welcome back to coast to coast and for the benefit of one of our Columbus, Ohio listeners who said that he's been hearing. I'm coming there. We we've been talking about it for a couple months now, Columbus, Ohio live stage show next Saturday may eleventh at the Lincoln theatre, and you can get your tickets still the you can pick out your own seats. There's balcony seats. There's some wheelchair accessible seats in. There's a few other seats along the sides down down the lower level. Great guests looking forward to it, including ghost whisper Marianne when Kaczynski our dear friend Stanton Friedman on you Afo. So we'll have a meet and greet. But get your tickets at coast to coast, AM dot com. Click events at the homepage or the revolving carousel real let's go back to the calls doc in Petaluma, California with Sadok thanks for holding. George. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. I wanna shout out the Cornelius. I called the Washington myself. Did you? Thank you. Good for you. Eight or nine coast pretty regularly. We all called. They're probably saying always this guy. Yeah. They have other call so. Anyway, what I wanted. I wanted to talk about today was, you know, we're getting a propaganda machine, they think is really in full swing on trying to get where we don't trust the Russians, and I've actually made friends on Facebook with Russian people because I fish where we have we have a common interest in fishing, and they seem to be just as morally equal as we are as you know, that, you know, look for good times and the happiness whatnot. And they don't harboring a little toward the west at all. And I don't see why they the media comes out, and they they basically opened up. They're they're they're talking with our number one adversary. The russians. I agree with you on that doc, I've got some I've got some Russian friends here in Saint Louis. Couple of them were born in Russia and their delightful people. They love the United States. You know, they came here because they love the United States. And and but there are many people like that living in Russia. And you know, they they end land and rainy too many Iranians who love our way of living many of. Walk as a whole value cream is what what's that one Georgia? And that I've got all the way across and they all seem to be they are. I think it's the governments that are rivers any on both sides that are actually trying to poison. You know, they're trying to poison the process guppy of you're right about that. You know, what I'd also do with guards to North Korea which launched a couple more projectiles this morning in North Korea. That's not good knows. But I would I would remove sanctions against them in terms of food and things like that. I would this is a nation starving. And I would just show them. How benevolent we are. And I would help them out with this much food as as you can and take care of them that way. Let's go to Peter in Denver, Colorado. Welcome to the show. Hi, peter. Hi, George willing to take a little bit of time to Saint you. I'm the realtor that stage five with kidney disease into you allow me about a month and a half to get on there. Because of the real I have to be transparent. So you love me to give my up to this date. I've had a hundred seventeen people wanting to test and see if I have a matching kidney, no luck yet. But they're trying go. That's great. That's. Really, believe your prayer line. Also, your prayer group that great I really seem to really things happen that that works. There's no doubt in my mind that prayer list, and the prayer group people who just concentrate for a little bit on a Friday. You know, remarkable things happen. Can I give you a new website for my kidney? Yup. Of James needs kid, move dot we believe that the why don't calm, James Kimball. The E D L dot com, you'll have a Health Day. Also what they can do. They're interested in the transplant. One. Good thing is I buy for federal government. Double blind study where somebody is live donor, and they'll get three thousand dollars tax relief for donation, really. That's pretty good. That is is pretty good now with with a matching kidney. What are they looking for to match up with you said blood type, what is it? Yeah. It's basically Rudd time, which is I'm typo, which is pretty common. But unfortunately, I don't didn't drink slow take drugs, but I have a unusual characteristic that. Has to match up. They just don't want to take a chance on a good kidney and dying. So he has to be a real close match with me. But again, I have people trying and I have people who are just writing letters and some just leaving messages because on their you'll have phone it really picks up my spirits when I read and stuff like that. So that's whatever we can do to help you Peter just let us know. Can I tell you story about the Berlin Wall and the Soviet Union clip? Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. When I was in nineteen seventy two won a scholarship to study for summer on internship with London School economics, and they traveled with us lever. A couple of weeks in I loved when they prepared us on the debating rules, and how to do that we travel cer- Boeing grants, and I got to go to Notre Dame. Check that out and also went to east Berlin, west Berlin and east Berlin visas to east Berlin, and my buddy when we were in east Berlin. After debating we decided to take a train to go to Jerry concentration camp, and we didn't have the visas to go into east Germany, young kid do really headed for each for room. And they caught a. They marched down machineguns till he got to the police headquarters, and they interrogated as of the craziest things that I had to go through. But it was coast to coast. I believe they saved me. Because one of the guys was on our our buzz was listening to they have recorded. Talk with someone. I don't know who it was. But I remember some of the Soviet propaganda. And as repeated almost word when they were Jared than they thought because of native American bit in because I know what they're talking about that that was somebody. That was good. They ended up letting go back across the wall. The east. That's a great story. Thanks, peter. And keep us updated on your search for that kidney. If you would Saturday, which we're into now Kentucky Derby day. And I gotta tell you. There are so many little parties going around Saint Louis fundraisers and things like that. Just amazing got a little Kentucky Derby report force. And then a texter tweet. Go ahead there Mr. racing. Well, you're a fan, right? You. I own standard racehorses, these thoroughbreds standard breads are with the the driver sat in a little sulky behind the horse those little buggies. And but that that whole business has changed. How many did you own seventy two at one time are used to breed though, I had this horse farm in Illinois and in iliopoulos-strangas, and I started with just a couple and then we had mayors and we bred on race them and sold them. And then they ate too much. Sounds like sounds like fun. It was fun. So like, you said Saturday's the hun one hundred let me do my Kentucky Derby open for you. Go ahead. And welcome to the okay. So Saturday is the one hundred forty fifth running of the Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs. Of course. It's the first leg of the triple crown in for those of you who are going to watch the post time we'll be at six o four eastern time now to horses have dropped out including the odds-on favourite to win. Really? Yeah. Both have in scratch, slow the horse Omaha beach. He was initially given a four to one odds of winning the race. He was scratched due to breathing, by the way, that's not great for two one. That's not like a sure thing. No, not at all. Is. There are. No, sure. Thanks. But I mean, four to one is, you know, that's that's not close. It's not great well beach had some breathing problems. So he dropped out. He was replaced by a horse named body express. And then a horse along shot to win Haikal pronouncing that right he had a painful abscess on his front left of that. Sounds good. So they both dropped out. And it's race time. Tomorrow is befuddled can't text for tweet for me this one in from Chelsea in Atlanta, Georgia this question. What's the one life question? You would like an answer to the one life question. Could it be anything anything? She's giving you open book. What was the big bang new it? I have to get that answering new. I will never stop until I do it. Thanks, Tom have a good weekend. Louise in Louisville Kentucky is speaking of Kentucky. Hi, Louise, you're going to the derby. I'm sorry. Have you ever been to the Kentucky Derby? Yes, it's a big event here enjoy field and everybody partic- where Big Hat. No don't do that. My mother and father did when they. I like to make a correction when Saddam had the great fire a couple of weeks ago. I gave the English spelling for the policies P R I S E S. These are the people who founded the island the Fritz spelling is P A R S and like make that correction unit. You don't have to correct it. You know, why? Because nobody really would have caught it. Well, I guess that's okay. You like accuracy. I know you. Avenue. I thank you for having Billy. On your program a couple of weeks ago, when I heard his voice, I said, oh that is king. Solomon, the great king of wisdom and knowledge he is in the bible in the first book kings, tempted pan, very one through thirteen when the Queen FIBA heard him speak. She was so impressed. She went to see him. You Billy Carson is king. Solomon. Yeah. I know that's pretty cool. Is a great vehic because you're short. It's only fifteen versus about Queen Sheba going to visit him. He went to carry a lot of traitors when he left he gave a lot of going treasure. But as soon as I reduce force. I knew exactly who he was because I know the characters of the bible has still the reincarnated Cleopatra Petra. And mother's day is named after Cleopatra. Because Cleopatra is the only Queen who had five children fat babies without a husband arcane. This why she's called the virgin mother the only Queen had more to Cleopatra. It's never t vanish the wife of economic step. You're good. You know, you know, your history. Gosh. That's cool. Okay. Thanks Louise Wright spot on spot on indeed next. Let's go to Eric in Indiana Helo, air ick. Eric Montross guys everybody doing the nine hundred people have gone death knell because of you work. I tried to tone it down just live still. Anyway, I've got something I was gonna ask you about a couple of weeks ago. But I think a chance get on the air, anyway, Mr. handcuffed Graham, Hancock coming on every now, and then he talks about how you know as Lantis disappeared eleven thousand six hundred years ago, and there's been, you know, endless debates on where it could possibly be and how come they haven't found that if it exists or not I have a theory that was based on my own observation and one of the things that was said em- Plato's dialogue. Okay. What is it when they said there was this violent vicious quake and the island sank in to the ocean. Now, my theory on that is George is anybody who knows anything about caves or voids knows that there have been many many discovered blow our surface. Of the earth. However, how many have not been discovered, and how many of these voids exist below the ocean floor that have never been discovered. My theory is George could be a lot there. My theory is there was probably avoid about a half mile below the ocean floor below Atlantis. It was probably about a mile deep, and let's just say for the second discussion of quarter-mile wider than what I learned. Was it self and burn this vicious violent quake, a about the ceiling of the void, which was probably about a half mile below Atlantis started cracking, and it started cracking up, and as as it started working its way up rock, and sediment and everything started falling. And when it got up to the island, the wait could not sustain the island anymore, and the island sake, it went void and everything. From the side. That would have pulled it in what the islands going down. The sides are being pulled in the waters covering it. And the reason I think Lantis cannot be found is probably because mile below the ocean floor interesting theory, or you might be spot on that first time caller mccarey Alwin, Denver, Colorado. Hi there. Welcome.

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"london school economics" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

14:06 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Coast, AM dot com. Click events at the homepage or the revolving carousel real let's go back to the calls doc in Petaluma, California with a Sadok thanks for holding. Thanks, george. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. Cornelius. I called Washington myself. How did you? Thank you. Good for you. Is that good as eight or nine coast to coast pretty regular, and we all called. Probably Shane always this guy. Yeah. They have other calls. So. Just when I wanted to talk about tonight was you know, we're getting propaganda machine. I think is really in full swing. I'm not trying to get us where we don't trust the Russians, and I actually made friends on Facebook with Russian people because we have. We have we have a common interest in fishing, and they seem to be just as morally equal as we are as far as you know, the, you know, looking for good times and the happiest whatnot. And they don't have a little twist at all. And I don't see why they the media comes. And they they basically who opened up very very they're very talking with the, you know, our number one adversary the Russians. I agree with you on that dark. I've got some got some Russian friends here in Saint Louis. Couple of them were born in Russia and their delightful people. They love the United States. You know, they came here because they love the United States. And and but there are many people like that living in Russia. And you know, they they lie end land and ins too, many Iranians who love our way of living many of them. Block as a whole value crane is that what what's that one Georgia and that? All the way across in L seem to be harboring toward us. And I think it's the government said they rivers any on both sides trying to play them. You're trying in the sock process. If you read about that, you know, what I'd also do with regards to North Korea, which launched a couple more projectiles this morning in North Korea. That's not good news. But I would I would remove sanctions against them in terms of food and things like that. I would this is a nation starving. And I would just show them. How benevolent we are. And I would help them out with as much food as as you can and take care of them that way. Let's go to Peter in Denver, Colorado. Welcome to the show. Hi, peter. Hi, George, and I just wanted to take a little bit of time to thank you. I'm the real inherited stage five with kidney disease in you allow me to get on there. Because I have to be you love me to give my. After this date. I've had a hundred seventeen people wanting to test to see mansion kidney, but they're trying go. That's great. That's true. Really, believe your prayer line. Also, you prayer group that great I really need some really big things happen. Master that that works. There's no doubt in my mind that prayer list, and the prayer group people who just concentrate for a little bit on a Friday. You know, remarkable things happen. Can I give you a new website for my kidney? Yup. James needs. It. We believe that the elbow. I don't com games moved to Kimmy W E L dot com. The Health Day. Also what they can be if they're interested in the transplant. Locally thing is I all apply for a central government. Double blind study. Where is somebody is a live donor, and they'll get three thousand dollars tax three for donation. Really? That's pretty good. That is bad. It's pretty good now with with a matching kidney. What are they looking for to match up with you said blood type, what is it? Yeah. It's basically bud kind which is I'm which is pretty common. But unfortunately, I don't drink smoke or take drugs that have unusual characteristic that has to match up. They just don't want to take a chance on the good kidneys and dying. So he has to be a real close natural me. But again, I have people trying and I have people who are just writing letters and some just leaving messages because on their you'll have a phone and it really. Picks up my spirits. We read stuff like that. So that's your whatever we can do to help you Peter. You just let us know. Can I tell you a story about the Berlin Wall in the Soviet Union clip? Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. When I was in nineteen seventy two I won a scholarship to study from summer internship with London School economics, and they traveled with us. We were a couple of weeks in I loved when he prepared his on the debating rules, and how do we traveled consider bone grants. And I got to go to Notre Dame. Check that out and also went to east Berlin. West Berlin and east Berlin ran visas to east Berlin. And my buddy when we were in east after debating, we decided to take a train to go to Jewish concentration camp, and we didn't have to go into east Germany like young kid and do really headed for Easter room. And they call it. They marched down. Machine gun till we got to the police headquarters and they interrogated by the craziest things. I had to go to but it was coast to coast. I believe they saved me. Because one of the guys who is on our bus was listening to they have recorded. Talk with someone. I don't know who it was. But I remember some of the Soviet propaganda. And as repeated almost wears the word when they rejected doesn't make fun because native American bid in because I know what they're talking about that that was somebody. That was good. They ended up letting go back across the wall. That's a great story. Thanks, peter. And keep us updated on your search for that kidney. If you would Saturday which were into now, Kentucky Derby day in gotta tell you. There are so many little parties going around Saint Louis fundraisers and things like that. Just amazing Thomas got a little Kentucky Derby report force. And then the texture tweet. Go ahead there, Mr. Racine. Well, you're fan. Right. You. I own standard. But Ray sources these thoroughbreds standard breads are with the the driver sat in a little sulky behind the horse those little bunnies. And but that that whole business has changed. How many own seventy two at one time are used to breed. Them ahead, this horse farm in Illinois in Ileana polis. And I started with just a couple and then we have mayors and we bred on race them and sold them. And then they ate too much. It sounds like it sounds like fun. It was fun. So like you said Saturday's the one hundred dollar. Let me do my Kentucky Derby open for you. Okay. Go ahead. The thing and welcome to the okay. So Saturday is the one hundred and forty fifth running of the Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs. Of course. It's the first leg of the triple crown. And for those of you who are going to watch the post time we'll be at six o four eastern time now to horses have dropped out including the odds on favourite to win. Really? Yeah. Both have been scratched though, the horse Omaha beach. He was initially given a four to one on some winning the race. He was scratched due to breathing. By the way. That's not great for two one. That's not like a sure thing. No, not at all. Is. There are. No, sure. Thanks. But I mean, four to one is, you know, that's that's not close. It's not great well, Omaha beach had some breathing problems. So he dropped out. He was replaced by a horse name body express. And then a horse along shot twin Haikal, I hope I'm pronouncing that right? He had a painful abscess on his front left of that sounds good. So they both dropped out. And. It's race time. Tomorrow is fun. Okay. And how about a text or tweet forming this one from Chelsea in Atlanta, Georgia and like this question. What's the one life question? You would like an answer to the one life question. Could it be anything anything? She's giving you open book. What was the big bang? I knew it. I have to get that answering new. I will never stop until I do it. Thanks, tom. Have a good weekend. The way Louise in Louisville Kentucky is speaking of Kentucky. Hi, lloyd. You're going to the derby. I'm sorry. Have you ever been to the Kentucky Derby? Yes, yes. It's a big fan here in field and everybody, particularly where a Big Hat. No. You don't do that. But my mother and father did when they. Liked to make a correction when Notre Dom had the great fire a couple of weeks ago. I gave the English spelling policies P A R S E S. These are the people who found the Allen, the French spelling is P A R S, and I'd like to make that correction unit. You don't have to correct it. You know, why? Because nobody really would have caught it. Well, I guess that's okay. You like accuracy, I know. Avenue active. Thank you for having Billy cried to on your program a couple of weeks ago, when I heard his voice, I said all of that is king. Solomon, the great king of wisdom and knowledge he is in the bible in the first book of kings chapter ten verse one through thirteen when I heard him speak. She was so impressed. They she went to see him. You think Billy Carson is King Solomon? Yeah. Whoa. That's pretty cool. Right. Is a great vehic because it's only a short. It's only thirteen versus about Queen CBA going to visit him when she went to carry a lot of tracing when he left he gave that a going treasure. But as soon as I force, I knew exactly who he was because I know the characters of the bible, you still the reincarnated Cleopatra mule Petra. And mother's day is named after Cleopatra. Because Cleopatra is the only Queen who had five children fat babies without a husband arcane. This why she's called the virgin mother the only Queen who had more to like Cleopatra. It's never p p. Dynasty Weipa to wife of Aachen neck and stepping on your good. You don't you know, your history? Oh, gosh. That's cool. Okay. Thanks, Louise where I'd spot on spot on indeed next up. Let's go to Eric in Indiana. Hello airi'q. Is there Democrat-run guy has everybody doing the nine hundred people have gone definitely because of you work nitrile to tone it down just a bit. Anyway, I've got something. I was gonna ask you about a couple of weeks ago by chance get on the air. Anyway, Mr. handcock Graham, Hancock it comes on every now, and then he talks about how, you know, Atlanta's disappeared eleven thousand six hundred years ago, and there's been, you know, endless debates on where it could possibly be and how come they have found that if it exists or not I have a theory that was based on my own observation and one of the things that was said in Plato's dialogue. Okay. What is it when they said there was this violent vicious quake and the island sank into the ocean. Now, my theory on that is George is anybody who knows anything about caves or voids knows that there have been many many discovered below are. Surface of the earth. However, how many have not been discovered and how many of these voids exists below the ocean floor that have never been discovered. My theory is George could be a law. There. My theory is there was probably a void about a half mile below the ocean floor below Atlanta's it was probably about a mile deep, and let's just say for the second discussion a quarter mile wider than what I learned was it self and barren this vicious violent quake, a about the ceiling of the void, which was about a half mile below Atlantis started cracking, and it started cracking up, and as as it started working its way up rock, and sediment and everything started falling. And when it got up to the island, the wait could not sustain the island anymore, and the island sake it wins. Void and with everything from the side that would have pulled it in what the islands going down. The sides are being pulled in the waters.

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"london school economics" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

15:30 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And welcome back to coast to coast and for the benefit of one of our Columbus, Ohio listeners who said that he's been hearing. I'm coming there. We we've been talking about it for a couple of months now, Columbus, Ohio live stage show next Saturday may eleventh at the Lincoln theatre, and you can get your tickets still the you can pick out your own seats. There's balcony seats. There's some wheelchair accessible seats. And there's a few other seats down along the sides stung down the lower level rate. Guests looking forward to it, including ghost whisper Marianne when Kaczynski our dear friend Stanton Friedman on UFO's, we'll have a meet and greet. But get your tickets at coast to coast, AM dot com. Click events at the homepage or the revolving carousel real let's go back to the calls doc in Petaluma, California with a Sadok thanks for holding. Thanks, george. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. I wanna shout out the Cornelius. I called the Washington myself. Oh, did you. Thank you. Good for you. Exactly what is eight or nine because because pretty regular and we all called. They're probably seeing always this guy. Yeah. They have other calls. So. Yeah. Other than just us any what I wanted. I wanted to talk about tonight was you know, we're getting a propaganda machine. I think is really in full swing on trying to get us where we don't trust the Russians, and I've actually made friends on Facebook with Russian people because I fish, or we have we have a common interest in fishing, and they seem to be just morally equal, we are as far as, you know, the, you know, look for good times and pursue the happiness whatnot. And they don't harboring toward the west at all. And I don't see why they the media comes out, and they they basically opened up very very there. There's talking with the, you know, our number one adversary the Russians. I agree with you on that doc, I've got some I've got some Russian friends here in Saint Louis. Couple of them were born in Russia and their delightful people. They love the United States. You know, they came here because they love the United States. And and but there are many people like that living in Russia. And you know, they they end land and rainy too many Iranians who love our way of living many of them walk as a whole value crane is what what's that one Georgia. And that I mean, you know, all the way across and they all seem to be they are radio Wiltord us. And I think it's the governments that are rivers any on both sides that are actually trying to poison, you know, they're trying to poison the thought process help you. If you read about that, you know, what I'd also do with guards to North Korea, which launched a couple more projectiles this morning in North Korea. That's not good news. But I would I would remove sanctions against them in terms of food and things like that. I would this is a nation starving. And I would just show them. How benevolent we are. And I would help them out with this much food as as you can and take care of them that way. Let's go to Peter in Denver, Colorado. Welcome to the show. Hi, peter. Hi, George, and I just wanted to take time to thank you. I'm the realtor that stage five with kidney disease into me about a month and a half to get on there. Because of the real I have to be transparent. So you love me give my. To date. I had a hundred seventeen people wanting to test to see if I matching kidney, no luck yet. But they're trying go. That's great. That's right. I really believe your prayer line. Also, your prayer group that great I really seen some really good things happen after that that works. There's no doubt in my mind that prayer list, and the prayer group people who just concentrate for a little bit on a Friday. You know, remarkable things happen. Can I give you a new website for my kidney? Yup. James needs. Dont? We believe that the E L Y don't calm, James Kimmy, W E B, L dot com. Day. And also what they can do. They're interested in the transplant. One. Good thing is I apply for a central government double-blind study where somebody is live donor, and they'll get three thousand dollars tax rate for donation, really. That's pretty good. That is bad is pretty good now with with a matching kidney. What are they looking for to match up with you said blood type, what is it? Yeah. It's basically time which is I'm typo, which is pretty common. But unfortunately, I don't drink smoke or take drugs. I have unusual characteristic that has to match up. They just don't want to take a chance on a good kidney and dying. So they had to be a real close match with me. But again, I have people trying and I have people who are just writing letters and some just leaving messages because on their you'll have a phone and it really. Picks up my spirits when I re read them stuff like that. So that's what we can do to help you Peter. You just let us know. Can I tell you a story about the balloon wall in the Soviet Union? Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. When I was in nineteen seventy two I won a scholarship steady for the summer internship with London School economics, and they traveled with us lever. A couple of weeks in I love when they prepared as debating rules, and how to do that we traveled to survive in France. And I got to go to Notre Dame kids check that out and also went to east Berlin. West Berlin and east Berlin ran visas to east Berlin. And my buddy when we were in east Berlin asteroid debating, we decided to take a train to go to Jewish concentration camp, and we didn't have the visas to go into east, Germany, young kids do really head for East Room, and they call it. They marched down. Schengen till he got to the police headquarters and they interrogated as well. The craziest things and then I had to go through. But it was coast to coast. I believe they saved me because ah one of the guys who was on. Our bus was listening to they have recorded. Talk with someone. I don't know who it was. But I remember some of the Soviet propaganda. And as repeated almost word for word when they were interrogating than they thought because of native American bid in because I knew what they're talking about. That was somebody that was good. They ended up letting go back across the wall east Berlin. That's a great story. Thanks, peter. And keep us updated on your search for that kidney. If you would Saturday, which we're into now Kentucky Derby day in. I got to tell you. There are so many little parties going around Saint Louis fundraisers and things like that. Just amazing times got a little Kentucky Derby report for us. And then the texture tweet. Go ahead there Mr. racing. Well, you're a fan, right? You. I own standard bred racehorses. These are thoroughbreds standard breads are with the the driver sat in a little sulky behind the horse those little buggies. And but that that whole business has changed. How many did you own seventy two at one time. I used to breed though, I had this horse farm in Illinois, and in iliopoulos-strangas, and I started with just a couple and then we had mayors, and we bred and raced and sold them, and then they ate too much. It sounds like file it sounds like fun. It was fun. So like you said Saturday's the hun one hundred dollars. Let me do my Kentucky Derby open for you. Go ahead. And welcome to the okay. So Saturday is the one hundred forty fifth running of the Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs. Of course. It's the first leg of the triple crown in for those of you who are going to watch the post time we'll be at six o four eastern time now to horses have dropped out including the odds on favourite to win. Really? Yeah. Both of unscratched slow the horse Omaha beach. He was initially given a four to one odds of winning the race. He was scratched due to breathing. Play the way that's not great for two one. That's not like a sure thing. No, not at all. Is. There are. No, sure. Thanks. But I mean, four to one is, you know, that's that's not close. It's not great beach had some breathing problems. So he dropped out. He was replaced by a horse name body express. And then a horse along shot twin Haikal, I hope I'm pronouncing that right? He had a painful abscess on his front left of that. Sounds good. So they both dropped out. And it's race time tomorrow that is of it'd be fun. Okay. How about a touched or tweet for me? This went in from Chelsea in Atlanta, Georgia and like this question. What's the one life question? You would like an answer to the one life question. Could it be anything anything? He's giving you open book. What was the big bang? I knew it. I have to get that answering new. I will never stop until I do it. Thanks, Tom have a good weekend. Louise in Louisville Kentucky is speaking of Kentucky. Hi, Louise, you're going to the derby. I'm sorry. Have you ever been to the Kentucky Derby? The big event here. Enjoy. A Big Hat. No. You don't do that. When they. Correction when Notre Damme had the great fire a couple of weeks ago. I gave the English spelling P A R S E S. These are the people who founded the Allen the print spelling is P A R S, and I'd like to make that correction unit. You don't have to correct it. You know, why? Because nobody really would have caught it. Well, I guess that's okay. You you like accuracy, I know. Thank you for having Billy CLYDE to on your program a couple of weeks ago, when I heard his voice, I said, oh that is king. Solomon, the great king of wisdom and knowledge he is in the bible in the first kings chapter ten verse one through thirteen when the Quainton FIBA heard him speak. She was so impressed. She went to see him. You think Billy Carson is king? Solomon. Oh, that's pretty cool. Right. Is a great because his own your short is only thirteen versus about Queen Sheba going to visit him when she went to a lot of when he left he gave her a lot of going treasure. But as soon as accurate as force, I knew exactly who he was because I know the characters of the bible, you still the reincarnated. And mother's day is named after Cleopatra. Because Cleopatra is the only Queen who had five children fat babies without a husband arcane. This why she's called the virgin mother, the only Quainton had more children. They clear Patrick. It's never t t anything fantasy Weipa to tuck wife of up and knocked on stepmother, you're good. You don't you know, your history? Gosh. That's cool. Okay. Thanks Louise Wright spot on spot on indeed next up. Let's go to Eric in Indiana. Hello, eric. Is there Democrat-run guy? How's everybody doing tonight? I nine hundred people have gone deaf. Now because of you Erik tried to tone it down just a little bit. Anyway, I've got something I was gonna ask you about a couple of weeks ago. But I didn't get chance get on the air. Anyway, Mr. handcock Graham Hancock coming on every now. And then he talks about how you know as Lantis disappeared eleven thousand six hundred years ago, and there's been, you know, endless debates on where it could possibly be. And how come have found that if it digs or not I have a theory that was based on my own observation and one of the things that was said in Plato's dialogue. Okay. What is it when they said there was this violent vicious quake and the island sank into the ocean. Now, my theory on that is George is anybody who knows anything about caves or voids knows that there have been many many discovered below are, sir. Purpose of the earth. However, how many have not been discovered, and how many of these voids exist below the ocean floor that have never been discovered. My theory is George could be a lot there. My theory is there was probably a void about a half mile below the ocean floor below Atlantis. It was probably about a mile deep, and let's just say for the sake of discussion a quarter mile wider than what I learned was it self and during this vicious, violent quake, a about the the ceiling of the void, which was probably about a half mile below Atlantis started cracking, and it started cracking up, and as as it started working its way up rock, and sediment and everything started falling. And when it got up to the island, the wait could not sustain the island anymore and the island sank it went void. And with every. Everything from the side that would have pulled it in what the islands going down the sides are being pulled into waters covering it. And the reason I think Atlanta cannot be found is probably because about mile below the ocean floor interesting theory, or you might be spot on on that first time caller mccarey all went Denver, Colorado. Hi there. Welcome to the show. Hey, George, it's not gonna be on the show. Thank you, sir. Hey, I just wanted to tell you about an experience that my brother, and I had this was about eight years ago. It was a summer night. And we are a went down in our house, and we had a trampoline. So we decided to go outside and sleep on our trampoline and my dad woke up, and he's like, well, if you guys are gonna sleep out there, then I'm gonna I'm gonna have the door open. And I you know, so.

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"london school economics" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"One. Good thing is I apply for a central government double-blind study where somebody is live donor, and they'll get three thousand dollars tax three for donation. Really? That's pretty good. That is bad. It's pretty good now with with a matching kidney. What are they looking for to match up with you is at blood type? What is it? It's basically time which is I'm which is pretty common. But unfortunately, I don't didn't drink smoke or take drugs, but I have a unusual characteristic that has to match up. They just don't want to take a chance on a good kidney and dying. So he has to be a real close match with me. But. Again, I have people trying and I have people who are just writing letters and some just leaving messages because on their you'll have a phone, and it really picks up my spirits when I really read them stuff like that. So that's whatever we can do to help you Peter just let us know. Can I tell you a story about the balloon wall in the Soviet Union real clip? Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. When I was in nineteen seventy two I won a scholarship steady for the summer internship with London School economics, and they traveled with us Lieber a couple of weeks in I loved when they prepared his debating rules, and how to do that we traveled concern bone grants. And I got to go to Notre Dame kids check that out and also went to east Berlin and west Berlin and east Berlin visas to east Berlin, and my buddy when we were in east Berlin asteroid debating, we decided to take a train to go to Jerry concentration camp, and we didn't have to go into east Germany, like young kids do really had for east Berlin. And they call it. They marched down your machine gun till we got to the police headquarters, and they interrogated by the craziest things that I had to go through. But it was coast to coast. I believe they saved me. Because one of the guys who is on our bus was listening to they have recorded. Talk with someone. I don't know who it was. But I remember some of the Soviet propaganda. And as repeated almost where the word when they were interrogating doesn't make because of native American bit in because I knew what they're talking about that that was somebody that was good. They ended up letting go back across the wall. The east. That's a great story. Thanks, peter. And keep us updated on your search for that kidney. If you would Saturday which were into now Kentucky Derby day in. I got to tell you. There are so many little parties going around Saint Louis fundraisers and things like that just amazing times got a little Kentucky Derby report force. And then the texture tweet. Go ahead there Mr. racing. Well, you're fan. Right. You know? I own standard. Ray sources these thoroughbreds standard breads are with the the driver sat in a little sulky behind the horse those little buggies. And but that that whole businesses change. How many did you own seventy two at one time. I used to breed though, a head this horse farm in Illinois, and in iliopoulos-strangas, and I started with just a couple and then we had mayors, and we bred and raced them and sold them, and then they ate too much. It sounds like file it sounds like fun. It was fun. So like, you said Saturday's the hun one hundred let me do my Kentucky Derby open for you. Okay. Go ahead. And welcome to the okay. So Saturday is the one hundred and forty fifth running of the Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs. Of course. It's the first leg of the triple crown. And for those of you who are going to watch the post time we'll be at six o four eastern time now to horses have dropped out including the odds on favourite to win. Really? Yeah. Both of unscratched scratched though, the horse Omaha beach. He was initially given a four to one odds of winning the race. He was scratched due to breathing. By the way. That's not great for two one. That's not like a sure thing. No, not at all. Is there are no sure things. But I mean, four to one is, you know, that's that's not close. It's not great beach had some breathing problems. So he dropped out. He was replaced by a horse name body express. And then a horse along shot to win Haikal? I hope I'm pronouncing that right? He had a painful abscess on his front left of that sounds good. So they both dropped out. And it's race time. Tomorrow is the befuddled can't touch the tweet for me. This went in from Chelsea in Atlanta, Georgia like this question. What's the one life question? You would like an answer to the one life question. Could it be anything anything? She's giving you open book. What was the big bang? I knew it. I have to get that answering new. I will never stop until I do it. Thanks, Tom have a good weekend, by the way. Louise in Louisville Kentucky is speaking of Kentucky. Hi, Louise, you're going to the derby. I'm sorry. Have you ever been to the Kentucky Derby? It's a big event here. Enjoy. Big hat. No. You don't do that. I like to make a correction when Notre Damme had the great fire a couple of weeks ago. I gave the English spelling for the policies P R I S E S. These are the people who founded the Alan the Fritz spelling is P A R S and like make that correction unit. You don't have to correct it. You know, why? Because nobody really would have caught it. Well, I guess that's okay. You like accuracy. I know you. Thank you for having Billy to on your program a couple of weeks ago, when I heard his voice, I said, oh that is king. Solomon, the great king of wisdom and knowledge he is in the bible in the first book of kings chapter ten verse one through thirteen when the Quainton fee by heard him speak. She was so impressed. They she went to see him. You think Billy Carson is king? Solomon. Whoa. That's pretty cool. Right. Is a great because his own your short. It's only fifteen versus about Queen CBA going to visit him. We she went to carry a lot of Tracy when he left he gave that a going treasure. But as soon as I read it's force. I knew exactly who he was because I know the characters of the bible has the reincarnated. Petrie. Mother's day is named after Cleopatra. Because Cleopatra is the only Queen who had five children fat babies without a husband arcane. This why she's called the virgin mother, the only Quainton had more children they Cleopatra. It's never t t anything fantasy wife or wife of up and night. And steps you're good. You know, your history. Gosh. That's cool. Okay. Thanks Louise Wright spot on spot on indeed next up. Let's go to Eric in Indiana. Hello, eric. Is Democrat-run guy. How's everybody doing the nine hundred people have gone death knell because of you Eric nightrider tone it down just a little bit. Anyway, I've got something I was gonna ask you about a couple of weeks ago. But I didn't get chance get on the air. Anyway, Mr. handcock Graham Hancock coming on every now. And then he talks about how you know as Lantis disappeared eleven thousand six hundred years ago, and there's been, you know, endless debates on where it could possibly be and how come they haven't found that if it digs out or not I have a theory that was based on my own observation and one of the things that was said in Plato's dialogue. Okay. What is it when they said there was this violent vicious quake and the island sank into the ocean. Now, my theory on that is George is anybody who knows anything about caves or voids knows that there have been many many discovered blow our surf. Purpose of the earth. However, how many have not been discovered and how many of these voids exists below the ocean floor that have never been discovered. My theory is George could be a lot there. My theory is there was probably a void about a half mile below the ocean floor below Atlantis. It was probably about a mile deep, and let's just say for the sake of discussion of quarter-mile wider than what I learned was it self and during this vicious, violent quake, a about the ceiling of the void, which was probably about a half mile below Atlantis started cracking, and it started cracking up, and as as it started working its way up rock, and sediment and everything started falling. And when it got up to the island, the wait could not sustain the island anymore and the island sank it went this void and with every. Thing from the side that would have pulled it in what the islands going down. The sides are being pulled in the waters covering it. And the reason I think Atlanta's cannot be found is probably because mile below the ocean floor. Interesting theory, Eric you might be spot on on that first time caller mccarey all Denver, Colorado. Hi there. Welcome to the show. Hey, George, it's not going be on the show. Thank you, sir. Hey, I just wanted to tell you about an experience that my brother, and I had this was about eight years ago. It was a summer night. And we are I see went down in our house, and we had a trampoline. So we decided to go outside and sleep on our trampoline and my dad woke up, and he's like, well, you guys are gonna sleep out.

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"london school economics" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:48 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News for real people. Welcome back to coast to coast and for the benefit of one of our Columbus, Ohio listeners who said that he's been hearing. I'm coming there. We have we been talking about it for a couple of months now, Columbus, Ohio live stage show next Saturday may eleventh at the Lincoln theatre, and you can get your tickets still the you can pick out your own seats. There's balcony seats those some wheelchair accessible seats, and there's a few other sheets down along the sides down down the lower level rate. Guests looking forward to it, including ghost whisper Marianne when Kaczynski our dear friend Stanton Friedman on UFO's, we'll have a meet and greet. But get your tickets at coast to coast, AM dot com. Click events at the homepage or the revolving carousel real let's go back to the calls doc in Petaluma, California with a Sadok thanks for holding. Thanks, george. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. Cornelius. I I called the Washington myself. Oh, did you. Thank you. Good for you. Exactly what is eight or nine because pretty regularly. We all. They're probably seeing always this guy. Said they have other calls. So. Anyway, what I wanted. I wanted to talk about was, you know, we're getting propaganda machine. I think is really in full swing on trying to get where we don't trust the Russians. And I've actually made friends on Facebook with Russian people because I fish, we have we have a common interest in fishing, and they seem to be just as morally equal as we are as you know, the good times and the happiest went nuts, and they don't have radio looked with the list at all. And I don't see why they the media comes up. They they basically opened up there there there. There's talking with you know, our number one adversary the Russians. I agree with you on that doc, I've got some I've got some Russian friends here in Saint Louis. A couple of them were born in Russia and their delightful people. They love the United States. You know, they came here because they love the United States. And and but there are many people like that living in Russia. And you know, they they lie end land and marines to their many Iranians who love our way of living many of them. As a whole value crane is that what what's that one Georgia? Got it all the way across and they all seem to be they are radio looked us. And I think it's the governments that are rivers on both sides trying to poison, you know, you're trying to poison the thought process help you. If you read about that, you know, what I'd also do with guards through North Korea, which launched a couple more projectiles this morning in North Korea. That's not good knows. But I would I would remove sanctions against them in terms of food and things like that. I would this is a nation starving. And I would just show them. How benevolent we are. And I would help them out with this much food as as you can and take care of them that way. Let's go to Peter in Denver, Colorado. Welcome to the show. Hi, Peter, Georgia. I just wanted to take. A little bit of time to Saint you. I'm sure that stage five with kidney disease, and you'll love me about a month and a half to get on there because I have to be transparent. So you love me to give my postal stat. Now to day had a hundred seventeen people wanting to test to see if I have a matching kidney, no luck yet. But they're trying go. That's great. That's right. I'm really believe your prayer line. Also, you prayer group that I really seen some really good things happen after that that works. There's no doubt in my mind that prayer list, and the prayer group people who just concentrate for a little bit on a Friday, remarkable things happen. Can I give you a new website for my kidney? Yup. James needs. We believe that the don't come James W E E D, L dot com. Day. And also what they can do. They're interested in the transplant. One good thing is I for a central government. Double blind study where somebody is live donor, and they'll get three thousand dollars tax rate for donation, really. That's pretty good. That is bad. It's pretty good now with with a matching kidney. What are they looking for to match up with you said blood type, what is it? Yeah. It's basically bud time produce I'm typo, which is pretty common. But unfortunately, I don't didn't drink smoke or take drugs. They have unusual characteristic that has to match up. They just don't want to take a chance. Good kidney and dying. So they have to be a real close match with me. But again, I have people trying and I have people who are just writing letters and some just leaving messages because on their you'll have the phone it really picks up my spirits when I re read them stuff like that. So that's whatever we can do to help you Peter. You just let us know. Can I tell you a story about the Berlin Wall in the Soviet Union clip? Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. When I was in nineteen seventy two I won a scholarship to study for summer internship with London school's economics, and they traveled with us lever. A couple of weeks in in London when they prepared debating rules, and how to do that we travel grants, and it got to go to Notre Dame kids check that out and also went to east Berlin. And east Berlin visas to east Berlin, and my buddy when we were in east Berlin asteroid debating, we decided to take the train to go to a cop Jewish concentration camp, and we didn't have the visas to go into east Germany, like young kids really had for Easter room. And they call it. They marched down machine-gun till we got to the police headquarters and they interrogated as the craziest things. I had to go through. But it was coast to coast. I believe they saved me. Because one of the guys was on our buzz was listening to they have recorded. Talk with someone. I don't know who it was. But I just remember some of the Soviet propaganda. And as repeated almost word for word when they were interrogating doesn't they thought because of native American did in because I knew what they're talking about that I was somebody that was good. They ended up letting go back across the wall the east Berlin. That's a great story. Thanks, peter. And keep us updated on your search for that kidney. If you would Saturday which were into now Kentucky Derby day in. I got to tell you. There are so many little parties going around Saint Louis fundraisers and things like that just amazing times got a little Kentucky Derby report force. And then the texter tweet go ahead there Mr. racing. Well, you're fan. Right. You know? I own standard bred racehorses, these thoroughbreds standard breads are the with the the driver sat in a little sulky behind the horse those little buggies. And but that that whole businesses changed. How many did you own seventy two at one time. I used to breed though, I had this horse farm in Illinois, and in Ileana polis, and I started with just a couple and then we had mayors and we bred on race them and sold them. And then they eat too much. It sounds like fun. Sounds like fun. It was fun. So like you said Saturday's the hun one hundred dollars. Let me do my Kentucky Derby open for you. Go ahead. And welcome to the okay. So Saturday is the one hundred forty fifth running of the Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs. Of course. It's the first leg of the triple crown. And for those of you who are going to watch the post time we'll be at six o four eastern time now to horses have dropped out including the odds on favourite to win. Really? Yeah. Both of inscribed, though, the horse Omaha beach. He was initially given a four to one odds of winning the race. He was scratched due to breathing. Play the way that's not great for two one. That's not like a sure thing. No, not there are. No, sure. Thanks. But I mean, four to one is, you know, that's that's not close. It's not great beach had some breathing problems. So he dropped out. He was replaced by a horse name body express. And then a horse along shot twin Haikal, I hope I'm pronouncing that right? He had a painful abscess on his front left of that. Sounds good. So they both dropped out. And it's race time. Tomorrow. It is. It'd be fun. I'll can't help out Texas for tweet for me this one from Chelsea in Atlanta, Georgia. I like this question. What's the one life question? You would like an answer to the one life question. Could it be anything anything? She's giving you open book. What was the big bang? I knew it. I have to get that answering new. I will never stop until I do it. Thanks, Tom have a good weekend. The way Louise in Louisville Kentucky is speaking of Kentucky. Hi, Louise, you're going to the derby. I'm sorry. Have you ever been to the Kentucky Derby? Everybody partic- wear a Big Hat. No. You don't do that. When they make a correction when Nokia down had the great fire a couple of weeks ago. I gave the English spouting P A R S E S. These were the people who founded the Alan the Fritz spelling is P A R S, and I'd like to make that correction unit. You don't have to correct it. You know, why? Because nobody really would have caught it. Well, I guess that's okay. You like accuracy. I know you. Thank you for having Billy. On your program a couple of weeks ago, when I heard his voice, I said, oh that is king. Solomon, the great king of wisdom and knowledge he is in the babble in the first book of kings, very one through thirteen when the Quainton sheep, I heard him speak. She was so impressed. She went to see him. You think Billy Carson is king? Solomon. That's pretty cool. Right. Is a great vehic because it's short. It's only thirteen versus about Queen Sheba going to visit him when she went to a lot of tracing when he left he gave that going treasure. But as soon as his voice, I knew exactly who he was because I know the characters of the bible you still the reincarnated Cleopatra. You'll petrie. Mother's day is named after Cleopatra. Because Cleopatra is the only Queen who had five children fat babies without a husband arcane. This why she's called the virgin mother the only Queen had more to Cleopatra. It's never t t eighty fantasy Weipa Kuta wife of Akhenaten stepmother. You're good. Well, you know, your history. Gosh. That's cool. Okay. Thanks Louise ride spot on spot on indeed next. Let's go to Eric in Indiana. Hello, rick. Is there Democrat-run guy? How's everybody doing the nine hundred people have gone death knell because of you Erik?.

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"london school economics" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Coast to coast and for the benefit of one of our Columbus, Ohio listeners who said that he's been hearing. I'm coming there. We've been talking about it for a couple of months now, Columbus, Ohio live stage show next Saturday may eleventh at the Lincoln theatre, and you can get your tickets still the you could pick out your own seats. There's balcony seats those some wheelchair accessible seats. And there's a few other seats down along the sides down on the lower level rate. Guests looking forward to it, including ghost whisper Marianne when Kaczynski our dear friend Stanton Friedman on UFO's, we'll have a meet and greet. But get your tickets at coast to coast, AM dot com. Click events at the homepage or the revolving carousel real let's go back to the calls doc in Petaluma, California with a Sadok thanks for holding. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. Cornelius. I called Washington myself. How did you? Thank you. Good for you. Exactly, what is eight or nine coast to coast pretty regularly. We all. They're probably seeing always this guy. Yeah. They'll have other calls. So. Just ask anyone I wanted. I wanted to talk about tonight was you know, we're getting a propaganda machine. I think is really in full swing on trying to get where we don't trust the Russians, and I've actually made friends on Facebook with Russian people because I. We have we had a common, you know, interesting fishing, and they seem to be just as morally equally we are as you know, that, you know, look good times and pursue the happiest whatnot. And they don't bring a little toward the list at all. And I don't see why they the media comes out, and they they basically opened up there there. There's talking with the you know, the number one adversary the rushes. I agree with you on that doc, I've got some got some brushing friends here in Saint Louis. Couple of them were born in Russia and their delightful people. They love the United States. You know, they came here because they love the United States in. And but there are many people like that living in Russia. And you know, they they end land and Rainiers too many Iranians who love our way of living many of them. Block as a whole. Ukraine is the what's that one Georgia? And that is all the way across in L seem to be. There are look for this. And I think it's the governments that are rivers any on both sides that are actually trying to poison, you know. In the process up. If you read about that, you know, what I'd also do with guards to North Korea, which launched a couple more projectiles this morning in North Korea. That's not good knows. But I would I would remove sanctions against them in terms of food and things like that. I would this is a nation starving. And I would just show them. How benevolent we are. And I would help them out with as much food as as you can and take care of them that way. Let's go to Peter in Denver, Colorado. Welcome to the show. Hi, peter. Hey, George, I just wanted to take a little bit of time to you. I'm the realtor that stage five with kidney disease, and you'll love me about a month and a half to get on there. Because of the real I have to be transparent. So you love me to give my. To this date that had a hundred seventeen people wanting to test to see mansion kidney. But they're trying. That's great. That's great. I really believe your prayer line. Also, your prayer great. I really need some really good things happen after that that works. There's no doubt in my mind that prayer list, and the prayer group people who just concentrate for a little bit on a Friday. You know, remarkable things happen. Can I give you a new website for my kidney? Yup. It's James needs to move dot. We believe that the Y don't come James moved to cable W E B L, Y dot com your Health Day. So, but they can beer they're interested in the transplant. One. Good thing is I applied for a central government. Double blind study where somebody is live donor, and they'll get three thousand dollars tax relief for donation, really. That's pretty good. That is pretty good now with with a matching kidney. What are they looking for to match up with you as a blood type, what is it? It's basically kind which is I'm which is pretty common. But unfortunately, I don't didn't drink smoke or take drugs, but I have unusual characteristic that has to match up. They just don't want to take a chance on a good kidney. And dying. So they have to be a real close match with me. But again, I have people trying and I have people who are just writing letters and some just leaving messages because on their you'll have the phone it really picks up my spirits, reread them something like that. So that's whatever we can do to help you Peter. You just let us know. Can I tell you a story about the balloon vol in the Soviet Union clip? Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. When I was nineteen seventy two I won a scholarship to study for the summer internship with London School economics, and they traveled with us. We were a couple of weeks in where they prepared us on the debating rules, and how to do that we travel concern Boeing grants and got to the Notre Dame kids check that out and also went to east Berlin. West Berlin and each visas to east Berlin, and my buddy when we were in east asteroid debating, we decided to take a train to go to Jerry's concentration camp, and we didn't have diseases to go into east Germany, young kids really headed for Easter room. And they called us. They marched down machine-gun till we got to the police headquarters, and they interrogated by the craziest thing that I had to go through. But it was coast to coast. I believe they saved me. Because one of the guys was on our buzz was listening to they have recorded. Talk with someone. I don't know who it was. But I remember some of the Soviet propaganda. And as repeated almost word when they were interrogating doesn't make fun because of native American bid in because I knew what they're talking about that that was somebody that was good. The ended up letting go back cross the wall to each. That's a great story. Thanks, peter. And keep us updated on your search for that kidney. If you would Saturday, which we're into now Kentucky Derby day in. I got to tell you. There are so many little parties going around Saint Louis fundraisers and things like that just amazing times got a little Kentucky Derby report force. And then the texture tweet. Go ahead mister racing. Well, you're fan. Right. You. I own standard. Ray sources these thoroughbreds standard breads are with the the driver sat in a little sulky behind the horse those little buggies. And but that that whole businesses change. How many did you own seventy two at one time. I used to breed them a head this horse farm in Illinois in iliopoulos-strangas. And I started with just a couple and then we had mayors and we bred on race them and sold them. And then they ate too much. It sounds like fun. Sounds like fun. It was fun. So like, you said Saturday's the hun one hundred let me do my Kentucky Derby open for you. Go ahead. And welcome to the okay. So Saturday is the one hundred and forty fifth running of the Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs. Of course. It's the first leg of the triple crown. And for those of you who are going to watch the post time we'll be at six o four eastern time now to horses have dropped out including the odds on favourite to win. Really? Yeah. Both of unscratched, though, the horse Omaha beach. He was initially given a four to one odds of winning the race. He was scratched due to breathing. Play the way that's not great for two one. That's not like a sure thing. No, not there are. No, sure. Thanks. But I mean, four to one is, you know, that's that's not close. It's not great had some breathing problems. So he dropped out. He was replaced by a horse name body express. And then a horse along shot to win Haikal? I hope I'm pronouncing that right? He had a painful abscess on his front left of that. Sounds good. So they both dropped out. And it's race time. Tomorrow is befuddled can't help at a Texas. The tweet for me. I just went in from Chelsea in Atlanta, Georgia and like this question. What's the one life question? You would like an answer to the one life question. Could it be anything anything? She's giving you open book. What was the big bang? I knew it. I have to get that answering new. I will never stop until I do it. Thanks, Tom have a good weekend, by the way. Louise in Louisville Kentucky is speaking of Kentucky. Hi, Louise, you're going to the derby. I'm sorry. Have you ever been to the Kentucky Derby? It's a big fan here in field as everybody Big Hat. No don't do that. But my mother and father. To make a correction when not your dumb had the great fire a couple of weeks ago. I gave the English spelling for the policies P A R S E S. These are the people who founded the Alan the Fritz spelling is P A R s and make that correction. You don't have to correct it. You know, why? Because nobody really would have caught it. I guess that's okay. You like accuracy, I know. Thank you for having Billy. A couple of weeks ago. When I heard his voice, I said, oh that is king. Solomon, the great king of wisdom and knowledge he is in the bible in the first kings fan. Verse one through thirteen when the Quainton CPA heard him speak. She was so impressed. She went to see him. You think Billy Carson is king? Solomon. Yes. I do. That's pretty cool. Is a great event because it's only a short. It's only fifteen versus about Queen or going to visit him we she went to carry a lot of tracing when he left he gave that a going treasure. But as soon as his voice, I knew exactly who he was because I know the characters of the bible has still the reincarnation. And mother's day is named after Cleopatra. Because Cleopatra is the only Queen who had five children fat babies without a husband arcane. This why she's called the virgin mother the only Queen had more to Cleopatra. It's never t t anything found his wife with a wife of up and knocked and steps you're good. You know, you know, your history. Gosh. That's cool. Okay. Thanks Louise ride spot on spot on indeed next up. Let's go to Eric in Indiana. Hello, eric. Is there a demonstrable guy? How's everybody doing the nine hundred people have gone death now because of you Erik?.

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"london school economics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:43 min | 3 years ago

"london school economics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And welcome back to school for startups radio. We are going through the mist of entrepreneurship and talking right now about creativity. Let's jump back into that conversation. And learn why creativity is not needed as an entrepreneur and new crazy stuff play soccer and all that and maybe some tennis courts and all that. But our campers didn't want to do that stuff. Anyway, we had to drag him out to make them go outside our clientele. And so any way the facilities were the exact same being at MIT or Stanford came with absolutely no other benefit that the in that the location where you were happen to have a certain name, right? They are professors were not involved with our programs their facilities. In terms of computers are laboratories were not involved with our programs only facilities. We used for recreational in dining, right? We didn't even use their libraries, right? We brought our. Own computers. Though in no way, where we associated other than just the coincidence of location, right, but people paid an extra premium for that the ability to simply say what's your kid doing my kids MIT this studying computer electronics HTML? Oh, it sounded really cool and special and in fact, later on we had parents writing thing could they put that on their college locations that they had studied in the summer at MIT. And we were like, you know, it's your application. Do whatever you want. Never the less. Let's get back to it. It's all about execution. By year, five or six for us all of our promotional materials went out on a beautiful CD with beautiful docket. You know, the thing Mailer and everything it was all high tech and the other guys are still using the exact same brochure that they used for twenty seven years just in a different color. That's the every year. It was a different color, and it wasn't even four color. It was black and white with one accent color in just several little places. And so all they did was change the colors were, you know, we were evolving and getting better and better and better every year and executing veteran veteran getting more and more locations in doing more and more cool things for example, back in ninety six I think or maybe ninety eight or maybe it was two thousand we had CNBC reporters kids that were associated with our programs at conventions reporting. On television, networks tie-ins and cool things like that. And so we continued to get better. Everyone saw us as the dominant player we were in fact, a copy of someone else we just did it a thousand times better. Do I lose points for that? Is the question. Do I lose money we made more money than they did. I lose something because the idea was a copy, I just did it better. We had tie ins with Microsoft and Intel and a and Sony. They didn't we were at Stanford MIT, they weren't or or or. According to the global entrepreneurship monitor which is run by Babson university and the London School economics. They have this thing called Jim GE and the global entrepreneurship monitor and every year, it surveys countries around the world and establishes levels of entrepreneurship and a bunch of other things around the world in particular. They studied the differences in opportunity and necessity entrepreneurship in different countries. Are you an entrepreneur because you're going to starve to death and you're selling oranges on the three corners. Or are you a notch entrepreneur because you see an opportunity, right? There's a huge difference there. Anyway, the global entrepreneurship monitor reports that ninety three percent ninety three percent of businesses worldwide are replication of other existing businesses ninety three percents. Are copies. Mcdonald's Burger King per stole Jack in the box, right? And how many different burger places? Could we name we could list one hundred right five guys, apple and del Nike and Adidas and Coca Cola and Pepsi Hilton in high at and hundreds of other hotel chains right? Restaurants, dry cleaners. There's no rule that says we can't have a 'nother in a certain space and to the opposite extreme it can be really difficult to be the only one or the first one into a space. You have to not only establish that you are a credible player in the space, but you have to establish the space. Right. And so it can be very very difficult. It can be really complicated to go out and not only create your company but the industry right though. Sometimes it's much better to be the follow along player. Right. Not always, right. Be the second Facebook. Now, though Facebook certainly getting challenged by other things which they just simply by but never the less. Most businesses are copies of other businesses that already existed, and so this idea. I will wait on the sofa until I get a new idea syndrome is the exact opposite of what entrepreneurs do entrepreneur see something around them. I can do that better. Ooh. Look at this guy. I can do that. Except better an entrepreneur is someone who sees someone doing something perhaps and goes and says I can execute that better. I can do a different way a different spin a different niche and make my own business very successful. And that's a great great. Great strategy. A good way to go about it. So think about this instead of waiting for God to strike you at the creativity bolt. Why don't you preemptively find a business to start find a problem to solve that is so much easier? Right. That's a cool way of going about it that one way to do. This is to not wait, but be pro active and. And make yourself a business owner, not wait for the creativity. All right. We're going to take a quick commercial. I'll be right back. And we're going to talk about creativity pow to become more creative. And I'm gonna give you two inside. Secret tips that are gonna blow you away on how to find new business ideas. These are so amazing there. Oh my gosh. They're going to blow you away to incredible ways to find a business to start even if you have absolutely no creativity. We have established so far that waiting on creativity. Is a excuse. It's a a I don't pair mentality. It is simply in nurse in action. Right. You just don't want to start a business. You just don't care, and therefore you are blaming creativity or your lack there of on it. Right. And so that is also one of the things that we have to deal with maybe some of you. Want to start a business? And you'd just rather playing to be creative. I think we've shown that that is simply wrong, and I promised in this segment. We were going to show you two things about creativity that will blow you away and really change your view on how easy it is to replace creativity with something else. But before that, I want to tell you a little creativity story from my own personal life. And this is why I grew to be so. Non creative. I thought right. And since I've been I've been in the last ten years the last fifteen years as an entrepreneur, I've been accused of being very creative. Right. I've done some very creative things. I have been told. However, I can always go back in my mind to wear I'm copying them from right? So I don't see it as creative myself, and I can always them back to this one story this one incident. I was in second grade in MRs leads I think was my teacher might have been third grade something like that right around then and our assignment was to draw a monster on sheet of paper. And I remember this as vividly as if it was yesterday. Though, I was drawing this monster and had three heads and MRs leads came over and looked at it. And it's like, Jim you can't do that. That's not correct monster. Everyone knows that monsters can only have two heads. I was like, wow. I didn't know that. I thought I was supposed to draw whatever I wanted to and be reatives. I was told that now I am being told that my version of creativity. Does not even a list, right? The the what you want to be creative doesn't even exist. And that's quite earth shattering to a kid of that young age. I learned right, then and there, and it followed up with art teachers along the way that I was not reactive that meant to them that I could not draw which of course, I couldn't at that point. Because no one had taught me how I was not an an eight, you know, inherently skilled are like so many people are I just couldn't do it. And I didn't know how and no-one taught me, and therefore I was not creative in their minds. And so I had to learn to live with that that horrible burden of not being creative in. It's really hard. To consider yourself an entrepreneur when you've been told that you're not creative. Right. And I bet there's billions of people out there that that has happened to. I hope you share this message with them the two things I want to let you in on the two big secrets.

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