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Fresh update on "lou" discussed on The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose
"I'll compromise And we'll do. 50 50 50% Republicans 50% Democrats. But the commission will only be able to look at it. uh, to his credit House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy. Announced his opposition to this commission proposal. Saying that if it's not Given a mandate to look at all political violence. That's not something that's constructive or productive. Now I'm gonna I'm gonna hear you out. You're gonna have Democrats say book Horrell. We should investigate January six. That was a bad thing. We should be looking into it. Sure, absolutely. We have DOJ. We have Capitol police. We have FBI. We have d o d. We have a variety of entities. They're looking into what happened on January 6th. Yeah, but Karl is you'd be a congressional commission. We should have all the facts on the table. I agree. We should have all facts on table. I don't think there is a shortage of facts on the table about what happened. January six. Seems like there's a fixation on what happened on January 6th. Again. What happened January 6th was wrong. The people involved in it need to be punished. They are being punished. But if you want to look at the real issue It's Political violence. People who go from a peaceful protest to becoming violent. On the left and sadly on the right. I guess my question to a Democrat would be Who insists we need the commission for January six. Why not explore? Portland. Don't look at what happened in the chump zone. Seattle. Minneapolis, Hel Lo Mesa, California. May 31st Why not look into antifa? Why not look into all this? Oh, cat got your tongue. Oh, this is that form of violence. You don't want to get involved in. Okay, fine. So if you're not willing to look into the violence on the left, why should I say okay? Let's go ahead into a commission on violence committed by people on January six, who are far right? The only person being unreasonable. Here is the person saying the commission could only look at one form one Crime. One side. And that means it's a political exercise. It's not actually fact finding it's actually not trying to improve public policy. It's not trying to protect people. It is a political circus sideshow. Does not warrant a dime of taxpayer money. You have the liberal media to do that sort of commission. It's on every single day. MSNBC CNN Certainly not news credible. No, never Washington's limes or the New York Slimes in the Washington toast. You've got your media you You will have your little circus atmosphere on January six, they will never drop. But if you really want to improve public policy in this country, we've got to get to the bottom of these groups on both sides that agitate and use violence. And find out how to infiltrate them. Dismantle them. Stop them, Hold them accountable. But that's not happening. So tonight. When you go home, you will hear on the news Republicans don't care about January six. We could do we do care about January six. Immediate On reserved condemnation. As it was happening. We were out there condemning it. You.
Increased Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments to Start in Mid-July
"The tax deadline day today. But millions of Americans are also getting some good news about 39 million families qualified to start receiving monthly child tax credit payments in mid July. The massive covert stimulus bill passed in March raised the maximum payments families could risk. Per child this year from $5600,
Fresh update on "lou" discussed on The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose
"Getting people's feelings hurt, actually do their job. And so our military isn't focused on preparing for war. Keeping us safe. Preparedness. Now they're focused on how do you feel? What gender do you want to be today? And, of course, trying to root out anyone who's a trump supporter and a Republican. In castigate them. Uh, a perfect example of this is Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Lo Mire was on a podcast with Steve Gruber. It's uh, it was discussing a book. Irresistible revolution. Marxism is Golding of conquest and the unmaking of the American military. S o. This space force Lieutenant Colonel. You had a command. Wrote a book. Marxism and the unmaking of the American military. In the book. He says that he believes that Marxist beliefs are becoming more common in the armed forces. Now, you may remember about a month ago. I, um I brought you the story. Of the military saying right wing Q and on quote, extremist views are becoming more column common in the armed forces. And there was no evidence of that. Um I don't know whether, uh, Matthew Low. Meyer has evidence of Marxist beliefs becoming more common in the armed forces. But you now have two different points of view. We can debate This is exactly what lo mire Lieutenant Colonel Lo Mire had to say listening. Everyone needs to be properly educated on what critical race theory is how It has roots and Marxism, which most people don't understand diversity, inclusion and equity industry and the trainings were receiving in the military via that industry are rooted in critical race theory, which is rooted in Marxism. And if the language of the training which most people don't understand, but I hope laid out in the book. Was devised by Marxists. Yeah, the terminology, the vocabulary, the redefinition of tournament. It's of a pilot shortage We have the nerve is a Pentagon. Spokesperson, for example, or public affairs official to say that we have too many white pilots that was just have plans among recent American history. Neo Marxist thought has found a welcome home in the Democrat Party. I'll put it that way. We're in left. Domestic politics. What you see happening in the U. S military at the moment is that if you're conservative Then you're lumped into a group of people who are labeled extremists. If you're willing to voice your views, and if you're if you're aligned with the left, then it's okay to be an activist online because no one's gonna hold you can I think that There's nothing more personal view that she Jean Ping would like to see more than to win a War against the United States without shedding blood right and to assume their position as first a regional Hegeman and the Asia Pacific region and then assume their place on the world stage. America having lost its brilliance as we worry about, you know, critical race theory, for example, and they feed that on social media concentrated race race theory, which makes race the lens through which the world is viewed on that weapon. Eyes is race dialogue. Because divisions and contentions hoping that people will get it one another's necks and not be unified but divided. So those are those remarks, uh, were made basically giving the counter narrative to what d O D. Said publicly just a month ago. Oh, there's a lot of right wingers in the military. A lot of nationalists in the military. Ah lot of white supremacists in the military and we said, Well, where's your data? Didn't have any data immediate and asked for data. They just ran with it. And we have to root out White supremacists, conservatives nationalists route that out too bad day. Here comes a fellow saying No, there's an increase in left wing thinking any cite specific examples off. Uh, curriculum training that he you know, takes a fence with and it is concerned about things is, you know example of left wing thinking. I don't care if you're left or right. What you're seeing is a tit for tat. You're you're seeing a a a member of the military saying that there's a lot of left wing stuff happening just a month after the political brass in the military said there's a lot of right wing stuff happening. Now the political brass Got to say whatever the hell they wanted. The military commanders. Career military career commanders. Said the same thing a month ago. They did not get disciplined. This guy says what he just said. He got stripped of his command. The D O D. Basically said That he was politicizing his command quote. Lieutenant General Stephen Whiting Space Operations Command Commander, Relieved Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Lo mire of his command of the 11th Space Warning Squadron. Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado, may 14 Due to a loss of trust and confidence in his ability to lead Decision was based on public comments made by Lieutenant Commander Lo Mire in a recent podcasts. Lieutenant General Whiting has initiated a command directed investigation on whether these comments constitute prohibited partisan political activity. Okay, that's like the devil complaining about sin. Look, I have no, uh, reservation about acknowledging that Lieutenant Colonel Lo mire, eyes criticizing The environment in the military. Is raising concerns about the environment of the military. But how is what he's saying any different than what the professional career brass said a month ago. And the politicians over there said a month ago. Political point. He's Why did they get to keep their job and that's not politics. But Lo mire loses his job because But he says his political Can't.
Shaping the Future of Health Fueled by Nurses with Mary Lou Ackerman
"Mary lou. Thank you so much for joining us. Today i'll thank you for for having always excited to share nursing stories and talk about innovation in healthcare. Thank you yeah. And so before we dive into the work that you're doing and your view on nurse. Leadership tucked us a little bit about what inspires your work in healthcare. There's so many so many reasons you know. Of course helping people to live their lives. Underpins the inspiration or energy. I get from working in healthcare that with the numerous opportunities that a career in healthcare offers as a nurse. I've enjoyed every opportunity from my early days as a front line nurse working with individuals and their families into leadership positions working with staff ensuring that they have what they need to provide. The best care possible went into Focus on health. Informatics know understanding what we need to do and the impact it has on patient experiences and now using all of those experiences and knowledge in my current role in innovation design testing solutions at service models to really help reshape the future of health. It's really hard not to be inspired as a nurse. Not only with all those opportunities but the impact that you can make on how people live their best lives through any one of those opportunities at. It's really meaningful work mary lou. And you've done so many things from bedside to executive it's fantastic to see that you've done what you've done and so as you focus on the work that s he health is doing the work that you're doing there. How would you say the organization is adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Se health is well known. In canada's a leader in home and community also bringing excellence and innovation to seniors lifestyle family caregiving. Our mission is simply to bring hope and happiness and delivered to deliver holistic life care individuals for over a hundred years. We've been providing care in the place. People call their home you know. This could be their own hallmark senior living facilities in clinics in schools or even on the streets last year we impacted the lives of more than one hundred fifty thousand people who approximately seven million visits. This is a whole lot of opportunity to bring hope and happiness by inspiring these carry exchanges with individuals that are really meaningful and impactful in my raw had the privilege to work with nurses health system partners and technology companies who are looking for solutions to modernize the delivery of healthcare now it's with these partnerships that were able to design his service models enabled by the technology to augment clinical care and enhance those care experiences and ultimately changed the way individuals experience health.
Looking Back at Rudi Gernreich with Alexander Joseph
"Alex. Thank you so much for joining us on dressed. thanks for having me those so honored. Yeah of course of course and today. of course we're going to speak about rudy gernrich and before we go any further. I just want to point out that it's really gernrich not kern reich. Yes because apparently. I have been saying this incorrectly for a very long time. Well lou. Thir- makes his point. She interviewed him for her book for the rudy gernrich book. She's mary lou luther as a journalist and she made this point that he corrected her and said it's gern rick and that's what he says on batman with a show. That was prerecorded tapes. And everything in so you know that. That's how he wanted. It said but i would put a little note on this. Which is that in two thousand or somewhere around there harry. Hey his boyfriend who will talk. Probably mentioned in the show was interviewed about him any referred to him as really gern reich. So i don't know what to do with that but just throwing it in there. Maybe he changed it. Maybe he changed it in the fifties. Because that's how he wanted to be known that but i'm making that up. I don't know exactly right but we're going to call him rick for the purpose of our wants to be known as would you tell us a little bit about what were the highlights of rudy's career. What what did he mean to the history of american fashion. Because i think we're going to go through a lot of these points by point as we go on through the episode but he really meant so much to contemporary fashion today. There's three things that i think about with really gernrich to about the career in one about not about the career. I is sort of interesting paradox. to me i love paradoxes. But if you think about most designers most fashion designers their most famous things the most famous things they make are things that you know into the real world and become real objects and influence fashion
U.S. Sends More Firepower to Middle East
"It is a truism of foreign military adventures that getting one troupe. Getting one's troops out rather can be at least as big a challenge as sending them in. The united states has deployed additional aircraft to afghanistan to protect its troops as they packed their kit prior to the anticipated departure later this year nearly twenty years after their first predescessors arrived that the us withdrawal will be popular with. Americans is in little doubt but there are political risks for president. Joe biden as well. Especially if a taliban resurgence this look less like withdrawal than a surrender on joined with more on this bite lukens former. Us diplomat now senior partner with cigna global advisors Lou how worried should the joe biden administration be about the next few months. Obviously what they're keen to avoid is people dredging up all that archive footage of people fleeing saigon by helicopter andrew. Yeah so i mean the irony. Is that in in an effort to withdraw. Our troops were sending more troops in in the short term to secure the the The removal of equipment and the withdrawal of troops but joe biden is definitely determined. Have all the. Us troops almost all us troops out by september eleventh. The real danger. I mean there's two. There's two dangerous here. One is at afghanistan just descends into prolific political turmoil and chaos and the other is at it reemerges as a base for terror attacks on the united states. I think the first scenario. Political chaos in afghanistan. Americans won't care that much about that. There are those within the political and diplomatic establishment. Who will care deeply. But the average american won't care that much. Afghanistan is just too far removed but if the al qaeda and taliban are able to re form the country as a terror basing site An effect terror attacks on american soil. From there that will will will send a strong message to joe biden. That you've got to do something maybe go back in there.
A highlight from Under My Skin
"Hey, how're you doing this morning. Good to have you back. And I hope you're ready for today. It's going to be an interesting day. Today is going to be the day that I do something that most people don't expect or don't like prisons to do because it seems so out of character for Christian but bear in mind now. There is such thing as righteous indignation but see. That doesn't come from the Christian. That actually comes from one. That Christian spends most of his time with being christ and quite frankly no Christian can really ever admit to having anything rightist in and of itself because it doesn't exist so when we do talk about things or Point things out. That isn't right away. Like I'm going to do today is basically going to run . But here's the thing is about things that are as anti-god as you can get and don't get me wrong. There's nothing in me. That is absolutely rises. Accept cries to his Emmy and who by the way is quite righteous enough to point out sayings that I'm going to talk about today and the thing is it's not about being a hypocrite. Because i will be the first one to tell you that. I have a hard time sometimes walking Christian wall because god does set the bar pretty high however he does make it possible to reach that ball whether we reach that bar at any particular time is entirely up to us and because of this war with the place that kind of complicates things a little bit but it does get better with time so I guess what I'm trying to say is once a person an one who is lost approaches the cross in total repentance and accept Jesus as the savior that does not mean that person just became one hundred percent perfect. If that person lived as chris for the next two hundred years he would be nowhere near perfection. so I'm just saying that is the beginning of moran. I'll go into it later. But the idea is to remember first of all one who is saved still has to war with the old self because you know his mind and his flesh is still pretty. Well existent okay. And as far as perfection goes no human being on the face of the planet war ever be perfect in this place in this world. So you know. I think. I'm saying that more because more than anything. Because I'm getting tired of being called a hypocrite because are not made. But I'm speaking of the Christian body of people calling Christians hypocrites because we still deal with the human element and the people that do this. Talk about our hypocrisy. I mean I'm assuming this because you know what God expects of us. And I'm just to say you now. If you know what God expects of you, then you can't take the spec out of anybody else's I when you got a beaming your wrong. So let's try to put a lid on that. But i'll be back in just a few minutes and i'm going to discuss a few things and i hate to even admit it but i saw i've been seeing things on Facebook and I say things you know walking down the street or in the grocery store i hear things all the time on. It really gave me Fired up I'm not gonna lie. Gets me fired up. But i will say this before. I decided to do anything with this show today. Operate about it so you're going to get inside of me today. I hope. But I'm still going to discuss a few of these things because I think we really need to pay attention to these things and yes I'm gonna run about it but don't worry it won't be so bad if already prayed about it. I've calmed down a little bit right now. I am going to take a brief break. Lou recess at you will. I'll be right back. They'll go away. I
FedEx Shooting Victims to Be Remembered at Big Ceremony in Indianapolis
Portugal Opens World's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge, and It's a Trip
"Longest pedestrian suspension bridge opened this week in Portugal, the 1700 FT Long Bridge that's nearly 600 FT. Above a river and gorge is made out of steel mesh so you can see the ground below while you walk on it, and the bridge wobbles with every step. It took two years to complete cost $2.8 million. Local officials are hoping the bridge will attract tourists to the area
"lou" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Hello and welcome to citation needed. The podcast which uses object read a single article about it on wikipedia. And pretend we're experts because this is the internet and that's how it works now i'm on. I'm just a dude. Play in a dude disguises. Another dude but i'm not the only one whose humanity has been turned into a few quirky character traits by. Eli we have a whole cast of those people. The first guy. Who's the smartest dumb person on the planet and the guy who gets high and his madel a lot. Tom and noah you wanna look good you have two choices. Be actually excellent or carefully. Choose who you are compared with. Hello friends on the podcast. What's with all these hippies at these damn dispense also joining us tonight. A noodle loving fellow who's into stepsisters. Andy tall noodle loving fellow into stepsisters. See some of us revel in our newfound immortality noodle loving incest. The disaster never die. Yeah no it was good. it's a beautiful headstone. you live patrons. We spend hours a week writing recording and editing. This show and you give us money for that so thanks also anyone else who's listening. You can give us money for them if you'd like to learn how to do that. Be sure to stick around till the end of the show without other way. Tell us what person place thing concept phenomenon or event would be talking about today. We'll be talking about by three quarters of the way through the essay hero and tom. Are you ready to tell you the fuck. This is. Every word i say is true. This promise. i don't care. I'll preface it though. I sell to our whole time. Who was lou pearlman. Well if you're like me and you spent your misbegotten youth studiously avoiding boy bands. Because he felt like they were inauthentic and manufactured and you always felt like they were just lying to you but in harmony you'd be and hopelessly admitting just how right you actually were so today. I'm going to tell you the story of the man who not only manufactured the ear cancer that was backstreet boys 'n sync and a host of others but also the story of exactly how wildly you almost certainly barbara. Bush has them misunder estimated the gravity of this very bizarre situation today. I'm going to tell you. The story of lou nineish nelson was a single imo. Boy van boy. I read made fun of the koran once a month for a year. But if you're about to come for a pop in this essay on our. I'm not mobilizing those guys me. I'm not giving much away here. When i tell you that lou pearlman was a connor. Yes sink was the amway. I start the betsy devos. Very few con artists come into their trade quite so young as lou. When pearl was a young man growing up in flushing new york. He was not a popular or well liked young man. He was a chubby unhappy. Little jewish kid but he had dreams of making it big and according to as much ballyhooed origin story perlman had his first big business idea watching the local paper boys deliver their wares door to door round flushing. According to perelman he realized that certain customers had preferences on their paper delivery someone of the paper and the matt. Someone like door knocked on the paper. Hand-delivered that sort of thing so we'll perlman did was he took notes on what each customer wanted. In there i guess weirdly bespoke newspaper delivery. It's then perlman bought out the routes of all the local paper boys and then hired his own team of delivery. Guys all of them. Deliver the papers exactly the way their customers wanted it. The grateful customers of course tipped much better for the better service and perlman had a nice little passive income stream. Before you'd even grown hair on his balls nowadays he would have just been invented. An app called like papper for some guy to throw a paper in your neighbors bushes. But you tip give five stars anyways except like most things about lou. This story was total bullshit. They can't just sublet their paper routes. That's crazy it didn't happen true story. I arranged an entire paragraph of. But that's impossible because notes when i saw you open lewis not the kinda guy who let the truth stand in the way of a good story so he kept going as louisville at his home in flushing was right across the street from the flushing airport and it was as a result of this proximity that he began his love of blimps. Who you heard that right now blimps. Yeah yeah the giant balloon. Kite gondola things. Then for some reason exists i. Lou loved blimps obsessed with them so much so that he used his position as the editor of the school newspaper to arrange for a ride. Just smoking three cigarettes at the same time with a rolodex. Jimmy you'd better give me that blimp bride. Who never get any ink in this town. Never i'm not a child jimmy. I'm telling you. I'm rolling in lincoln's inn blimp and just a story he didn't it didn't it was actually as best friend. Alan gross who is obsessed with blimps and who was also the editor of the school newspaper. And who arranged for a ride in a blimp perlman. Well wasn't and didn't but since it's a good story he just took it and later leverage this very weird blimp related mythology because well lou pearlman was honest or true or authentic. You cannot fault him for missing a lot of opportunity. Okay okay in lose defense. Everyone's wife is the most beautiful woman in the world. But when we borrow a perfectly good blimp story all of a sudden. Everyone's true story. I raised an entire paragraph of ally. Does this all the time. No yeah i mean stories about a jewish kid who steals other people's stories. The reason we don't let he like touch the money far from all the money while he was a student lu had to write a business plan for classic queens college and he wrote his plan based on the idea for a taxi company that used helicopters rather than cars. If you've ever spent this is around new york city and a cab you would be sympathetic to the notion of simply flying straight into the sky rather than one more minute in a yellow stench carrot. He spent a fucking infinite amount of time in there because they literally don't know where they're going every single cab i've gotten into the caveats. You wear it games. You.
Oklahoma City Thunder Embarrass Boston Celtics
"Special guest tonight, tonight is Jeff Goodman. And before we get to his latest zesti, take on Joe Brown which we will a little bit later in the show. We just want to welcome him to the Garden report. Post game show and Jeff will give you first bite at the Apple. It's I don't know how many times we're going to say worst loss ever because it feels like we've said it a lot. It's hard to not bother. It's hard to not tell this the worst loss ever. This is so this Jeff they work. They were atrocious and embarrassment but I don't listen, I don't care that Jayson. Tatum and Kemba Walker didn't play. I do care because I think Jason should have been out there. I don't know how bad the injury is, or whatever, is dealing with public. And it came like this, you gotta be out there. This is what 11/12 games left in the regular season. You needed this win, you could ill afford a loss like this, but even without Tatum and Kemba last name. They were without shade gilgeous-alexander, and they stink, they absolutely stink. They're trying to tank they've got a garbage team other than Lou door and you lost. You had supposedly Dead one of the top 25 players in the NBA in jail and Brad. I thought, Oh, supposedly. And it starts now, you mean using all subjects, you mean you're not lose. That's the supposedly Factor know. It's, it's true. Jeff look. I think they rolled the dice on Tatum thinking we could get away with tonight and still squash out the window. And so we needed to give him a day off. Let's pick the game and they pick this one on the back to back on the front, end of a back-to-back, and it burned him obviously. And I don't think he's, I don't think he's hurt but I mean, I get it doesn't matter. Like I watched this whole game, I've not watched to Oklahoma City games this year, I still can't name a player on their team
Lou Williams' Hot Shooting Helps Hawks Beat Bucks 111-104
"Lou Williams sank four three pointers in the final seven minutes including a jumper that gave the hawks their first lead in the second half of a one eleven one oh four win over the box you make shots maybe size plan with a lot of confidence given ourselves an opportunity when the game on the last four minutes that we did a great job again stops at the same time the score the basketball just put S. as in a good position Bogdan Bogdanovich delivered thirty two point given herder scored twenty in Atlanta's eleventh win in fourteen games Williams had fifteen points while leading Atlanta's late long distance attack the hawks overwhelm the box with the barrage of eight three pointers in the final seven minutes yeah Mr tend to cook for thirty one points and fourteen rebounds for the box I'm the ferry
Unprecedented Challenge to Biden's Presidential Win Underway in Arizona
"Nearly five months after the presidential election was certified in Arizona. An unprecedented challenge to President Biden's narrow win in that state is underway. On Friday, a private company began a hand recount of more than two million ballots in Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix. The audit was ordered by the Republican led state Senate and follows false claims by some Republicans, including former President Donald Trump of fraud in the 2020 elections. This audit is also interfering with the efforts by Republicans who control the Legislature to pass new voting legislation. Then Giles with member station Cage's joins us now from Phoenix. Hello. Lou. They can't seem to let it go. So tell us about this audit. How did it come about? Well. It started in December, when Republicans first demanded an audit of the election specifically in Maricopa County, the largest county in the state. Their original subpoena was to gain access to ballots and the county's voting systems. It was tied to an effort to try to upset Biden's victory before it could be certified by Congress. Maricopa County election officials, Democratic senators the State Democratic Party, They want nothing to do with this. They say. It's a sham run for conspiracy theorists by conspiracy theorists now that the election is over, and Biden is an office those Republicans are saying they just want to find any problems. If there are any so they can introduce bills to fix them. And here's a Doug Logan. He's the CEO of cyber in inches. Firm the Senate hired to run the audit, speaking about what he thinks is the purpose of the all this. There's a lot of Americans here myself included. That really bothered the way our country is being ripped apart right now, way want transparent audit be in place so that people can trust that the results something get everyone on the same
Bogdanovich, Collins lead injury-depleted Hawks past Heat
"Bakhtin Bogdanovich scored twenty one points and John Collins added twenty for the injury depleted hawks as they surprise the heat one eighteen one oh three Atlanta got a combined forty seven points from backups Brandon Goodwin develop culinary and Lou Williams while leading scorer Trae young an NBA rebounding leader Clint capella sat out with injuries the hawks won for the tenth time in their last twelve games against Eastern Conference opponents and for the tenth time thirteen overall Kendrick Nunn led the heat with twenty one points thanks to five three pointers I'm Dave Ferrie
Panel: End Commanders' Power to Block Military Sex Cases
"Could be in store for how the U. S military handles sexual assault cases. A Pentagon panel is recommending that commanders no longer be involved in prosecuting cases involving sexual assault in the military. The panel also recommended that sexual harassment cases be dealt with outside of the regular chain of command. Those recommendations come as defense secretary avoid Austin's reviewing structural changes to military protocol in cases involving sexual assault, which have been reported on the rise among the nation's armed forces. Since 2006 Pentagon press Secretary John Kirby tells Fox needs that Austin will now review those recommendations and consult with service leaders.
Interview With Polk Award Winner, Roberto Ferdman
"Welcome. Roberta friedman thank you for having me. I'm very glad to be here. I congratulations on your and thank you. I think of all of the interviews. I've done for polk awards. This was the most overall minutes of airtime reading time. Evolve it so you've done more than a half dozen pieces over the year. In louisville starting june of last year is that when the first one was. I went there at the end of may like just as protests were were kind of breaking out across the country and the first piece must have run at the very very beginning of june. So walk me through when you're coming in to cover a protest situation of this kind What were you thinking. The story was at the very beginning there. And what are you looking for in in the first few days That you're spending in town. Well the place starts. I got a call. I've been sitting on my butt at home as most people in this country had four two full months and one of our executive producers is like. Do you wanna go to. Lou evolve tonight. I asked if i could have like an hour to get my stuff together. But i i said yes and when i went there i thought i was just going to go cover protests. You know i knew that. The protests were just breaking out. It seemed like they were in the process of intensifying. And i thought it was gonna go and be amongst the crowd see how police were reacting. Speak to people. In louisville to get a sense. Of how george floyd death impacted them and then also how the protests Were specifically about this case from their involving brand taylor name that now. A lot of people now.
Senate to Vote on Bill to Combat Anti-Asian American Hate Crimes
"Asian American hate crimes bill expected to be voted on in the U. S Senate on Wednesday, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Should not be a partisan issue and we will vote on the bill on Wednesday, and I dare any senator to vote against this legislation. Hate crimes against Asian Americans have risen sharply across the U. S since the coronavirus began in China.
"lou" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"lou" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"National news breaking interview from a car and he was in the driver's seat. He's not being chauffeured but he had to go. He had to take his wife their next appointment. And i thought who. Can i get just a few minutes just to just to have some fun And i thought about that. Comedian andy millen arcus. Ladies and gentlemen here he is any welcome to the program. Thank you. I'm not as inventive as lou. Dobbs i know that when you give invitations to appear on your show people come up with extraordinary excuses jokingly orchestra because oh metaxas invited me people come out with more and more outlandish as to why they call it a ten baroque excuses wrote in cocoa raquel cocoa. Finish your job rokocoko. But i have to say. I'll give some credits lou dobbs for for doing it on the day at the time. I'm so sorry. I'm in a car. My wife has a dental appointment is somebody who cannot afford to send his wife a newborn or something. We'll see actually no. No no. this is true. This is what this is how you know how amazing lou dobbs's listen. He says he tells me this about his wife right and i asked him all the things that you're implying i said lou. I would think that. When i get to your level in the business surely i would have staff to take care of this and take for my wife know. They've been married for forty years. He drove his wife to the dental appointment. And as proof who shows up midway through our second segment his wife the filling was filled. She gets into the car and then she proceeds to hold the camera which is his phone for the rest of the interview. That's a beautiful marriage and those are beautiful people and what extraordinary links to go to to avoid sharing oxygen with you. I'm so sorry that you feel this way you're experiencing me later obviously lou. Well people first of all people don't want us to talk about luke. People are thrilled. That you're here and i want to announce that we're going to be doing the full interview next week either monday or tuesday. So this is just a teaser overturn. In exactly the same clo. Not exactly the same hash. Sure xactly same everything. I'll put my coffee in just the same place continuity thank you the next week will look yes. Almost like that was policy mcwhorter. Let me ask you a question because we are going to do an official interview next week. But i want to ask you now. Since we're here you seem not to have been doing much a media. Am i mistaken or do. I just look in the wrong places in between billionaires at the moment so i've been sort of semi retired through necessitate because moving me around is very expensive and complicated and dangerous so the number of live speeches and things can do is fairly limited. No no no. No what i mean is media you here. You can reach all kinds of people in in all around the world. But you haven't been doing media or don't you do me. What am i supposed to do. Skype zoom yeah. No i do in person interviews with people. I cherish ended my. I've made an exception happen here at home. I do occasional serious in depth interviews with people who are actually having conversation with otherwise. I've got better things to do. I've got books to write. I've got people to see in my own life. I've just more important stuff to do. So i tried to do these days. I tried to do less but better. I love it again today. Notwithstanding now you we're going to cover this in our actual interview. This is just a pre interview but you made a gigantic announcement. Recently a life style announcement a life change announcement and i think for many people. Because you're such a provocateur. An joker they many people don't believe that you're on the level while i may be in the outfit of an. Ats power ballots singer. But i have the heart and stomach of a heterosexual. And i have been for some time a very unhappy and unsatisfied with some of the things that i was doing in my private life. Some of the things that were quite large parts of my public persona even that i had lent into irritate the left. And all the rest of it so i took a decision recently to set some of them aside most specifically physical interactions with other men. Because it was something that identified as being productive childhood trauma something that was holding me back spiritually and emotionally and something that was not not leaving me very happy at the end of it. There are people even as you've put it as seriously as you just have their people that refuse to believe you. They think it's an act. They think you're roger stone or andy kaufman or whoever. But you're quite serious about this and since it was just a couple of minutes left. It's your christian. Faith that led you to this. Yes as i've been in a sort of semi enforced retirement from being canceled. Eleven twelve i. Loose count maybe fifteen times over the past decade. I've had a lot more time to think and been drawing much closer to my catholic faith and the main thing that has led me to this decision and it's been returning to mass going back to church spending more time with with priests and i wrote a book in in two thousand eighteen that we've discussed on your show before about pope francis and that really kind of set off a chain reaction me. When i was reading kind of people i was hanging out with and yeah i mean if some if there are people out there who are skeptical. I should hope so good. I mean i would be skeptical but the same people who are expressing skepticism of the people. Who never believed i was in the first place is exactly correct. The new the new big thing on the internet when i made the announcement a few weeks ago was milo truth arisen and my truth resume was we knew this oil. All he was never homosexual he was always a right wing straight white males parody of what a gay man would be. We doing this right. So there were all. These verified liberals according to his year loved it. I love hoarding to that. Theory liberace was also straight. Thank you very much and lead singer of queen. Perhaps which full. Yeah exactly just a straight white males idea what geic because a real gay man would never struck and preen peacock and swan and any other birds. have in your mind. Well so we're this is really. As i say detainees are longer interview in which. We'll talk to you about everything everyone has been asking about your life and your the faith that you claim to have. I think oscar wilde will come up in the conversation and and other things. So that's it for today. I don't wanna. I just wanted to tease. Actual interview is gonna get crazy up in here folks. That's it for today but stay tuned monday of next week we will be having the.
"lou" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"To most republicans. Well and i think you know getting back to the election. so many millions of people voted for him My friend mike lindell says the actual number is eighty million or seventy nine point eight And that ryden probably got sixty eight. Maybe and that's counting all the dead people obviously But the fact of the matter. Is i think that the idea that any republican who is either not trump or more pro-trump than trump. Which which can happen but that really people are still looking to trump for leadership and many people myself included. Have no confidence that this election was on the up and up on another. Was i've seen enough evidence to say that th there's no way and the fact that nobody's trying to defend it They just saying by the way shut up. We don't want we don't even discuss this. That's gonna lead to insurrection. That tells me everything i want to know. They they want to say what that saul baseless. i it's dismissed it's you know it's already been litigated. All of which is untrue. In the in it's really powerful this What's descended on this country. Eric and that is the idea that you can't even ask a question without being relegated by the left to either of being an an insurgent denier whatever racist whatever the you know the the label is they wanna hurl. At the epithet. Ensler this is. This is a heck of a time in our country when you can't even ask a question. You can't even raise the possibility. Maybe maybe it isn't a good thing to have an election that takes place in say six months rather than in one day constitution requires that maybe it's not a good idea to have a justice department that does not investigate clear demonstrations with probable cause and evidence of cheating and to have a dismissive federal government. It's remarkable what what is really transpired in this country. Now be honest. Can i have you for five more minutes or the cops can tell you. You've got to move the car. Larry talked to the first the first authority. All right okay. We'll be we'll be right back. I do want to ask you a couple more quick questions folks. Yeah i'm.
"lou" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"How big these these changes. Are i think in partly the reason for that If you will suspended cognitive Realization on the part of the american people is because the national media it's left wing but nonetheless it is. The national media is not in any way bringing critical judgment or great energy to their responsibilities to to be either a watchdog or two to challenge power in fact they're simply accepting and indeed lining up with this administration in the most complicit and passive manner possible. It is it is a frightful thing for this republic. This constitutional republican for every american citizen to look at what is happening at our borders in which we are watching sovereignty bees simply If not altogether abolished diminished in favor of unlimited immigration into the united states. And the same. I'm a government that has more troops in washington dc than Than aren't aniston and it appears that there. I bring home those troops in folks. We're going to go break. We'll be right back with mister lou..
How Hollywood and the NBA are Betting on NFTs With Roham Gharegozlou
"I up rohamn. Gary goes lou from dapper laps. I'm here with jericho's lou. The ceo of dapper labs welcome. Thanks for having me. Thank you for coming. Thanks for walking me through some some basic questions. I have about what you're doing blockchain and t let me start here. Whenever i pay attention to blockchain which is sporadically over the years. I keep asking people the question. When will consumers be able to do something with the blockchain it seems like primarily is a theoretical construct and people use it to speculate with bitcoin and the two examples they pointed to over. The years are crypto kitties which made and now top shot. Which you've made so i think a lot of people have heard about top shot at his away. Essentially for you to buy and trade digital basketball trading cards at least for the moment said is that a fair summary of what of what you've made. Yeah well mean. I think i think we took the best parts of trading cards and we took it to the next level because tough shots are more than just pictures on on sort of rectangles. They're they're actually The the greatest highlights the greatest moments in nba history And the moments that are happening on screen and games that have that that are going on on tv and we actually cut high definition video. Where we're going to add a audio and in the future And it's just much more immersive experience. These are three d objects that in the future will be able to go into virtual reality. Augmented reality it's it's much bigger than than just trading cards but we took the best parts of trading cards sin and that sort of economy designed.
Biden picks 1st woman to be Army secretary
"Senior Pentagon official to be the first woman to lead the U. S. Army. If confirmed by the Senate is Army Secretary Christine War myth would work with the Army's chief of staff who does not command soldiers, but his responsible along with the Army secretary for training and equipping them. CNN anchor Anderson
75-year-old man dies in Brainerd fire, Chicago FD says no working smoke detectors in building
"Examiner says the 75 year old John McCone died in an apartment fire late Friday night. A woman was also hurt in the place on the 9400 block of South Hall Stead, as were two police officers attempting to rescue the victims. Firefighters on scene say heavy flames and smoke hampered their rescue efforts. We knew that we find out that there was one thing that might possibly be in the building, but we weren't able to gain access to make a rescue, so unfortunately end up being Firefighters also say that the building did not appear to have working smoke detectors and the Chicago Fire Department will distribute smoke detectors in that neighborhood later today, body
Interview With Lou Kerner Founder of Just Stable
"Welcome back. Imagined twenty twenty. I'm going to walk out. And i am honored to be joined by demand. The myth the legend lou kerner founder of just stable and stable coin analyst. Four quantum economics lou joining you on a great to be here now lou. The beauty of this industry that we work in is that it changes so rapidly. Last time we spoke which. I think it was like three two or three months ago. A whole lot has changed since then not just price brosseau innovation and product us. Jump right into it. Last when we met Defy huge was blowing up Yield farming was all the rage and there was this. It was kind of the start of this phenomena of reward programs for liquidity providers. Pretty much all these particles. They wanted liquidity on their protocol. And so there were given away tokens and two free to liquidity providers. The big news recently in the field is that unicef actually ended that reward program and what we saw was that initially they lost half quitting offense took the liquidity seemingly most sushi so But what is your take on this idea that that seemingly even the gold standard of desmond unit swap couldn't hold on really with liquidity. Once it got rid of that war program well so You're obviously going to have what you would call hot money. which is you know. they're going after. Whatever the reported aid why might be
"lou" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"It's a big reason why I'm out here pushing this podcast. We got so many kids that are growing up without a father in their life as we got a father crisis here and I think dot com, you know just just calm just that alone I think has had such devastation on our society. We could tighten up our family units I think a lot of these problems with start going away. I think you're right. It's it's a very complicated issue on one level and on another so simple neither party although both talk about family values actually lives up to them we need to have both parties committed first and foremost to the traditional American nuclear family and to make certain that every policy we have various policy areas where we have a mandated economic impact of those decisions. and. What we really need is first and foremost an understanding for every piece of legislation. What will be the impact on the American family and what will be the impact on those children of those parents. In the American family and how can we do as much as we can to ensure? That media. Hollywood. Our school systems are corporations. Are Working to make sure that this is that wonderful environment we want for all of our children I. Don't I can't think of a more important. Issue for all of us to think about to act upon every day. And to put it in that light I, think what you're doing is extraordinary and wonderful on I. Commend you for a a much needed service to the country. It. Thank you very much. I'm GonNa hit you with here. I love to ask all the data that I get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that new dad or that about to be father WHO's out there listening? We'll make sure you did as I did. I actually won the father of the year award. Back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three and I was asked at the luncheon where they give that yeah. How does it feel to be father of the year and and you know how how did you do it? Then I said well, I manage to marry the mother of the century so I would offer that good advice if I may to everybody. Yeah. Very well said, I love the message the trump century available now link is in the description today's podcast episode, Lou Dobbs, your first, class father all the way and thank you so much. You give me a few minutes of your time here. I followed. Great. Thank you very much for the. Back to wrap things up here first fatherhood I got to give a special. Thank you. Once to get Lou Dobbs. Forgive me a few minutes of his time here. There was such an honor me up.
"lou" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"I hope that every parent watching you hears me say this, you tell that university to go to hell. There is no excuse for that money to be written out of out of your pocket for a University of that is not providing everything. That was involved in the initial contract room board, a quality education. This is crazy. What we're watching universities get away with and they're not doing it Up. For any other reason than to maintain their high high standard of living for their employees rather than they're not thinking about the students because the honest answer here is in anything else I think about this anywhere else in this country, we look at fish and productivity, but never in the university system or for that matter government itself but the university system, the college system in this country, they want that money they go through tuition hikes that are not explicable by inflation rates rising over the course of years. It is simply because they are the least productive least efficient institutions in our in our country outside of government itself. Yeah good stuff, Lou, and I I know it's a struggle for a lot of parents out there right now especially to having the kids that were supposed to be going away for school. Some of them are now home and it's just it's created a lot of challenges for many parents especially like myself. I have one child at staying home with us for the entire school year right now he's five days home I have three that are five days in. So it's really it's kind of made a mess of the schedule for everybody, but let me let me turn it over to your book year that's out available. Now, at the time, we're putting this out here the trump century. What made you what was the genesis if you writing the book if you tell listeners about.
"lou" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Wonder if you could leave people with you of encounters of successful artists says most successful musical artists of our time. You are the man literally like in you and I love humility with it whoa like the various things that you've achieved in your life or wild what are some? A few pragmatic things you can give some of the people listening right now feel completely stuck. Right. And this the fucking pandemic man comedy no one's doing comedy. Everyone feels trapped gummed up stuck in their house or freaked out give some wisdom that we carry with. US. Ended the next few days I mean it's difficult. I mean from me I, don't i. Again we have to uncondition the conditioning of everything. You please learn please it takes time it takes time. So must if you born if you could be born today, what would you do differently? And I would. I would say everyone please live your truth. You're thinking something say something else that is conflicting in the universe that is you know on manifest that is not bringing the things that you want. That's why we can't distinguish what manifestation is. Please live your truth. The reason why are are at some of the biggest is in the water. So successful is because they're so emotional and emotion thought drives emotion and drives the. Action which when you when you have thorn emotion together with action that shit comes to it's so intense is uncontrollable. The difference is we we by emotions we should accept them. They are here they just love them. They they what we're here for we here to remote we hate to feel we hit to feel pain. We had to feel love we hit two for angry hits. This is why we're here to feel question your your desire until they are no longer anxiety why feeling the way you're feeling. Question it questioning and question in question I understand people who have no money people have no food like I get I. I had that I had all of those things. You just have to believe that you have the power to make any change that you can. fucking love it. Man Thank you so much. You're so generous with your time. Thank you so much. Man I just hope we get to carry on this conversation even if it's not in a park as form. Thank you for this download. Really. Last download. This has been a dream for me like, I'm all. Thank you so much. Thank you and please could you tell people to find you? In my field. Is is just at Luau Chamo- I mean L. L C H Ama media across the board. Yes. Thank you so much I really appreciate all these you need to find Lou or don't trestle dot com. Thank you so much for this. Love your. You back. Thank you. That was Lou Algebra dot check.
"lou" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"I ran into today's guests and the most beautiful way. Noah Cyrus in today's guests Lou al-Shamaa reached out to me 'cause they like Midnight Gospel and I was invited onto their amazing podcast in my fields, and during the conversation I got to have with Noah Cyrus. Who is amazing. You got to listen to music. It's so good. I was nervous I'm not. I'M NOT A. Immune to the power celebrity and especially when celebrity and talent intersect. And also during this conversation, I got to hear some of today's guests amazing philosophy and realized Oh fuck this is like a high level manifester. This is somebody who is really smart and is using. It depends on what you want to call. You want to go Harry Potter, you can call it magic. You WanNa go Tony Robbins. You could say he's an entrepreneur there's really no difference but regardless sometimes when you get to get a download from people like this, it really kind of it's like getting a chiropractic adjustment for your energy form. And I hope that today's conversation does the same for you that my recent bout with overdosing on magnesium did from my battles except instead of causing you to have. Explosive Bowel movements for about a day. It clears whatever blockages. Might be getting in the way of your ability to grow the kind of carton phenomenon that you want to have flourishing around you. Everybody please welcome to the Duncan trussell family our.
"lou" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Talked about with friends, family and potential investors, he represented it as a booming business for the fleet of jets and record-breaking prophets. When potential investors asked after his finances, Lou provided them with professionally audited reports, the proved his claims. However, the accounting firm Lou used to audit. These reports didn't exist. He had invented the firm for the explicit purpose of fooling investors. and. It worked. Lose sales pitch and fake documents were convincing, and he had investors in trance con, throwing in around five thousand dollars, a share with this fraudulently acquired money Lou kept himself and his fledgling business empire afloat. Soon enough. This fraud became his primary source of income. Lou continued the scheme for several years chugging along convinced that something better would fall into his lap. All someone. And nineteen ninety-five it happened. With the help of Jerome Rosen, a Wall Street stockbroker with a question of moral compass and a history of fraudulent trading, lose company went public as s ship International. By holding an IPO the new company would get an influx of cash. That could be used to buy in. You Blimp one. That would actually fly. To get the most money outs, if the IPO jerome and his brokerage salt, the stalks using an illegal technique called pump and dump. They hooked clients interest in the company by making it look like it was on the verge of something big, thus inflating the cost of the stocks. In reality, the HSIEH's were next to worthless. The company had no capital and no revenue stream. But the tactic worked. In June of nineteen, eighty, five, the newly established airship internationals IPO raised a total of three million dollars. Lou Use this money to buy equality blimp from his old mental Theodore Woolen Camper. With a real blimp in his possession Lou finally secured some honest work for the company. A promotional contract with McDonald's. The IPO may have been conducted under shady circumstances, but it breathes new life into ship international over the next four years Lou Houston Company to promote himself and his own interests. With s ship international thriving Lou found that investors were more willing to believe in him and his other companies they wanted to make money for sure thing and in their minds loop. Holman was the real deal. This may have been a result of his genial personality. Poem could never sing no two people and always remember small personal details. This ended up giving him a competitive edge in his cons. Thanks to a cognitive bias. Cold the halo effect. According to the halo effect, our judgment is influence when we need someone with at least one noticeable positive quality, such as their attractiveness or their likeability, because they have one positive quality, we are more likely to perceive them as having other positive qualities, such as intelligence, leadership, ability or trustworthiness. Lou poelman was always perceived as exceedingly friendly as a result, the people he met often so. Positive qualities in Him One of these was his business acumen. And since he could point to some success with s ship, international people will to willing to trust him with their money for Trans Con Airlines. So Lou channel their enthusiasm into Trans Con convincing them that the company was equally as successful. And yet trans con was barely doing any business a tool. By the late nineteen eighties it had become nothing more than a front to collect money from investors at this point in his career Lou found despite his best intentions. His businesses weren't nearly as profitable as he hoped. However the dishonest measures. He used to raise money with more than making up the difference. And soon in the wake of devastating loss Lou with dive, even deeper into the criminal world. Coming up Lou GROZA greedier. Of unfortunate events now back to the story. In nineteen, eighty-eight thirty-three-year-old Lou Pearlman was living large. His newly-formed Aviation Company s ship international was thriving after acquiring its first blimp, and in addition to the income he was earning as CEO Lewis pocketing the money from investments that came pouring into trance con. He was living the high life, but just a month before lose thirty fourth birthday. Tragedy Struck. On Mother's Day.
"lou" Discussed on The FitCast
"Pulo? Welcome back to the fick asked. My name is Kevin Larrabee. And we're getting towards the end of two thousand eighteen another year in the box and actually looked at my Skype records. That's what's great about Skype. You can go look and see the last time that you had a call with someone and the last time I talked to Lou Schuler. It was just over a year ago. Never November eight th two thousand seventeen script to have you back on Lou how hey Ben this past year. Kevin I had believe it or not. And you've known me for how long have we known each? Two thousand and six two thousand six. Okay. So I am I good at math. But I think that's twelve years and in all that time. Have you ever started a conversation with Lou how you doing and had me said say man, doing great, I feel I mean, some pleasantries like, you know, just some general stuff, but not not great usually have like seventeen things to complain about. Right. Yeah. You're working you're working on a ton of stuff all the time. Yeah. So shortly after you, and I talked last year. Probably a couple of weeks after that. I had a conversation with John Goodman, and he told me about this crazy idea he had to start a print only newsletter. He really wanted to go, you know, in a digital world. He thought that analog was the was was the was the green pasture that was the place where? While the public while the publishing industry, dude, he thought he could he thought that was opening for him. And he wanted to do a print only newsletter.
"lou" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Lou Jindo the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea. Faith in God, harnesses fear and pointed in the right direction. The direction is toward God fear of God becomes a healthy thing when you have faith in God with faith in God and godly fear that goes very well with faith people begin to see things again with a clear, I ended take things with a clear mind. It's a good thing to fear the devil. But you've got to know where he's at with faith in God, you know, where he's at the great thing about God is that he shows us where he's at where the devil is at and where we are at in relation to God. And to all the forces which arise to deceive into trouble. Is that great God sent his son Jesus Christ into the world. He really came. This story is there for all to hear all to read all to see their mysteries about God that none of us understands and mysteries about Christ that nobody can explain. But there's no mystery. About who Christ is. And what Christ did there's no mystery about who Christ is and what he is always doing. He died for the sins of the whole world. He did that for all of us. That's god. Doing his thing in his son. Jesus Christ for the sake of his son the great God forgives the sins of our humanity. Whatever they are. He forgives them. All he does this for the sake of his son who died for us as a sure sign that. God forgives the great God raised his son from the dead and gave him a name above every name that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow. It takes faith to bow. The knee did Jesus it takes face to ask God for forgiveness, and it takes faith to accept his forgiveness for the sake of Jesus Christ. It takes faith in Christ, which is not content just to say nice things about God and about Christ. But actually, bows. The knee before him. It takes pay to see yourself both as a Saint and a sinner in the sight of God saved by faith in God's great hot and moved in the right direction by a holy fear of God, which is true recognition of your own humanity along with love for God, which has plenty of room for wholesome all of his sovereign power. And his overwhelming grace all of which you see in his son Jesus Christ. Faith in God that he is truly a father.
"lou" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Lou. Louis re. Thanking this morning. You know, start up so. Yeah. Thank
"lou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Lou true the hurt hold blue jeremy canty will but it's gray hit after baby back home i'm over man baby back home we go along an assault rosado and they gave us the walking my baby back we stop well he gives me a smile snuggle my head on his list start.
"lou" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"lou" Discussed on Fresh Air
"What what were some of the themes that you got from them let common themes from all three of those relationships about how they were treated by lou reed um i think one thing that ran through those relationships uh lose earlier luxury shirts with women was his desire to subsume them to make them part of his world um you know need the is a word that came up a lot uh and talking about lose relationship with lovers and um uh you'll part of that was you know he let me lou hated being alone at any time and so you know that obviously put demands on the relationship but also he wanted you know these within nato in in certain instances took common work for him yeah i was lighting designer our manager or just be with him all the time uh the a record companies would call them and just say no look lose we have feeling this or doing that as a possible to calm him no calm him down um so there was that but there was also you know they also trunks for about a cut of sweetness outing shelley all but has college girlfriend um there's just a delightful person of gotten to know her a bit uh talked about you know just the difficult i mean lu would hide drugs in her dorm room yoshida gotten kicked out of schools could have gotten arrested you know it was you know it was not a nice thing to do to somebody that you cared about but it always she was talking about the difficulties of him he knows having affairs with boys and with girls and using drugs than and that you just said you know but still like liu is the only boyfriend i ever had who on valentine's day give me at this gigantic red heartshaped box of chocolates you know it he loved though i mean there was a kind of convention aladi to him you know he would a gesture like that would you weed seem really meaningful to him he married his second wife on valentine's day and you know those kinds of aspects of who he was um.
"lou" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Linda's diseases just is just that's lou reed an f anita curtis welcome to fresh erin congratulations on your new biography of lou reed thank you so much it's a pleasure to be here so let's start with that song which sums up so much about what may made lou reed different from other music at being made at that time give us your take on heroin and how it fits into not only reads career but into the larger news iq of that time it's such a daring statement in especially was recorded in 19th 65 it came out in 19th sixty seven and you know it was the height of the summer of love there is a sense in which this was just a very different sense about what popular music could contain up i mean lou reed stated desire i mean he had studied with the poet delmore schwartz in college and he really had this idea came out of the fact that more heated rock lyrics liu loved rock and roll and he loved poetry and he thought to himself you know suppose we could make an album that someone like two or more schwartz uh would like the lyrics a yeah we can drawn people like allen ginsberg and william burroughs and that's what heroine is and it's also such a depiction of.