35 Burst results for "Louis"
Matt Walsh Describes Event Being Cancelled at Saint Louis University
"What happened with that mad You were going out to this is supposed to be I believe a Catholic university and you were supposed to give a speech and did I read this story correctly that they tried to cancel you out there at a Catholic university for doing like Catholic stuff Did I read that right Oh you did Multiple times And I'm Catholic myself and I was invited to speak at a Catholic university on the pro life issue And as most people know the Catholic Church has a firm position on that issue and says that abortion is intrinsically evil which it is So you would think it's like a match made in heaven I can go and talk about this But the most hostile reception I've ever received was at this Catholic university And the second most hospital have to say was also at another Christian university So what does that tell you And we are kicked out of one venue and we went and then the church on campus said okay we'll take you And then there was a petition that was started against me in the faculty and staff signed a statement saying we don't want him And so then the church apologized for inviting me and they kick me out too and we landed on our third venue which was just across campus It was actually technically off campus across the street from the campus And I did the event It went great but we had must have been a hundred or more leftist protesters who showed up to my event blocking traffic protesting And I did there's video that I went out to the street to talk to them to this hoard And I guess they weren't expecting that I walked out to the street just to say hello And they all started backing away and I told them to get off the street and they did and that was kind of nice But the fact that at a Catholic university this is not just like an attack on differing points of view and on free expression It's that also But it's even worse because this is the expression of moral truth that we shouldn't kill babies fully in line with Catholic teaching and that that wouldn't be welcome on a Catholic campus is really really sad and
Panthers find ways to rally again, top Blues 4-3 in shootout
"The the Panthers Panthers fell fell behind behind in in the the first first period period again again in in the the second second and and once once more more in in the the third third but but they they kept kept putting putting shots shots on on blues blues goalie goalie ville ville Husso Husso and and finally finally emerged emerged for for three three winners winners in in a a shoot shoot out out Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart jammed jammed in in the the Panthers Panthers second second goal goal from from the the crease crease or or a a best best when when we we come come in in waves waves we we all all want want to to play play the the same same sort sort of of game game you you know know I I think think guys guys are are are are are are starting starting to to feel feel comfortable comfortable in in nine nine and and and and and and you you know know find find their their roles roles and and and and and and you you know know it's it's a a fun fun way way to to play play one one when when you've you've got got that that many many guys guys that that can can contribute contribute Maxine Maxine ma'am ma'am and and scored scored Florida's Florida's other other two two regulation regulation goals goals while while Anton Anton Lundell Lundell and and Reinhardt Reinhardt scored scored in in the the shootout shootout St St Louis Louis that that minder minder who who so so finished finished with with forty forty eight eight saves saves I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
Hedman has 2 goals, 1 assist as Lightning beat Blues 4-2
"Victor Victor Hedman Hedman scored scored twice twice to to lead lead as as Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Lightning Lightning team team to to a a four four two two win win over over the the visiting visiting St St Louis Louis blues blues Thursday Thursday night night earlier earlier in in the the day day blues blues goalie goalie Jordan Jordan Bennington Bennington and and defenseman defenseman Justin Justin Faulk Faulk both both entered entered covert covert nineteen nineteen protocols protocols so so villa villa who who so so played played in in net net for for Saint Saint Louis Louis Andriy Andriy collaborative collaborative way way on on the the board board first first Brandon Brandon Saad Saad answered answered with with a a power power play play goal goal in in the the second second period period the the teams teams traded traded power power play play goals goals in in the the final final frame frame the the lightning's lightning's Anthony's Anthony's rally rally in in Saint Saint Louis Louis is is palpable palpable it's it's never never it's it's not not in in the the score score at at two two less less than than a a minute minute later later Victor Victor Hedman Hedman broke broke the the tie tie and and then then added added another another goal goal to to make make it it for for two two lightning lightning Walter Walter Marcia Marcia Cano Cano Tampa Tampa
"louis" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Needs a safety car to be recovered and I lose my ten second leader or whatever. It's exciting, you know, the restart is fantastic and I would do that every single time honestly. And yeah, the potential to be a professional, I think, is also greater in the states as a driver. There are more roles, not necessarily just in factory roles, I think the pro am landscape is pretty strong. Not just in imsa but across a lot of other categories as well. I think there's a decent amount of people earning earning money even in GT four, you know, you just don't get that as far as I'm aware anyway in England in Europe. Where you have a pro driver who's actually earning some cash, you know, it's far between bars and the states. It's pretty strong. Yeah, it's nice to hear a young drive with such a firm plan. Sometimes we speak to people at this time in the going, I don't know what I'm going to do next year and it can be quite difficult, not necessarily 34 of their own, of course, but yeah, it's nice to hear that Louis got such a good pass. Louis, shorter term, what are you doing between now and the 19th of December, you're carrying on studies when do you get to have a break from studying and testing and driving? Do you get to relax at all? Well, luckily, you've come at the right time because it's Thanksgiving break now actually. So all of the American colleagues have gone back home to their wherever they're from and wherever. So my roommates come back to Seattle he's not here. There's no class. So I'm just milling about doing whatever with other international students also and celebrate Thanksgiving because they're not American. So yeah, I'm just this week I've got off and then yeah it starts busying up again kind of like two weeks or so. I've got more testing than I've got finals. And then I come back at the end of my finals week to the oldest world award. And then I'm only in the UK for a few weeks and then I go back to America again. Yeah, it's kind of full on, but it's not too bad. I'm not like absolutely loaded with stuff. This is obviously the one off season part, but as Alex knows, there really isn't an off season. It's just the off season is cardio season. So it's not too much fun. Well hopefully you'll have you'll have the chance to at least open a beer at some point, maybe chill for a little while. 21 here, I can't. But you have to have that when you fly back then. Well, Louis foster, thank you very much for your time and join us. Alexander Sims, thank you as well. And thank you for tuning in at the listener and the old school. The Aston Martin will be our D.C. award winner will be announced at the all Star Wars. Thanks for watching. We'll be back soon with another old sport podcast..
Binnington rebounds, Blues rally to beat Lightning 4-3 in SO
"Right right around around the the scores scores the the only only shootout shootout goal goal to to give give the the blues blues a a four four to to three three come come from from behind behind win win over over the the light light to to get get enterprise enterprise center center Tampa Tampa Bay Bay let let three three nothing nothing after after one one period period on on goals goals by by Anthony Anthony so so really really Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Eric Eric chair chair like like the the parent parent at at your your end end goals goals come come five five seconds seconds apart apart which which is is a a franchise franchise record record for for the the shortest shortest path path between between goals goals in in lightning lightning history history St St Louis Louis rallied rallied on on goals goals from from all all Riley Riley Logan Logan brown brown and and I'm I'm a a barber barber shop shop to to force force the the extra extra session session Jordan Jordan bidding bidding team team would would win win in in that that Brian Brian Elliott Elliott makes makes his his fourth fourth start start of of the the season season for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay and and takes takes the the loss loss Mike Mike Reeves Reeves St St Louis Louis
Biden vaccine rule for health workers blocked in 10 states
"A a week week before before the the deadline deadline for for mandatory mandatory vaccines vaccines of of federal federal judges judges blocked blocked the the bike bike did did ministration ministration from from requiring requiring millions millions of of health health care care workers workers to to get get coded coded shots shots ten ten state state to to challenge challenge the the president's president's healthcare healthcare worker worker vaccine vaccine mandate mandate affecting affecting millions millions of of workers workers in in seventy seventy six six thousand thousand facilities facilities like like nursing nursing homes homes and and home home care care agencies agencies that that receive receive funding funding from from Medicare Medicare or or Medicaid Medicaid the the ten ten states states led led mostly mostly by by Republicans Republicans were were granted granted a a preliminary preliminary injunction injunction by by a a federal federal judge judge in in St St Louis Louis who who said said the the centers centers for for Medicare Medicare and and Medicaid Medicaid had had no no clear clear authority authority from from Congress Congress to to enact enact a a vaccine vaccine mandate mandate and and was was overstepping overstepping its its power power Missouri's Missouri's Attorney Attorney General General spearheaded spearheaded the the lawsuit lawsuit and and accuses accuses the the administration administration of of using using the the corona corona virus virus as as a a tool tool for for control control over over people people another another Cordy Cordy placed placed a a freeze freeze on on another another administration administration rule rule that that would would require require businesses businesses with with more more than than a a hundred hundred workers workers to to either either mandate mandate vaccines vaccines or or conduct conduct weekly weekly testing testing I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Mark Levin Agrees With Al Sharpton on One Thing
"Well I have to tell you something I agree with something else sharpton said I know Once in a lifetime all this stealing Louis Vuitton bags and so forth the mobs now Because of these prosecutors because they've undermined the cops because you're not allowed to defend property anymore or even yourself How sharp and of all people cut 14 go That kind of politics is what is going to resonate because at one level you want criminal justice to be criminal justice but you do not want to have this kind of bedlam and lawlessness First of all no one has fought for giving people reform in terms of how their sentence to bail Mornay have put a guy on ladies stealing a Louis Vuitton bag is not somebody that needs social uplifting This is somebody that is really causing us more of a problem These latte liberals that justify this he has nothing to do with poverty just has nothing to do with you couldn't get a job These are people that can go back in the neighborhoods where Louis Vuitton bag is not unusual And they can just fit in and many of it for gag and they hurt the cause of those that want criminal justice reform So at one level they hurt these stalling at another level They hurt us that are trying to get a break in the criminal justice system which is why I agree with you Very good
Faulk, Blues jump on Golden Knights in 1st period, win 5-2
"The seamless please scored five unanswered goals after falling behind early to beat the Vegas golden knights five due to rain Riley Tyler Bozak Justin Faulk Brandon Saad nickel Michaelis scored to give St Louis its second win in its last six games fox goal the game winner was the one hundredth of his NHL career Chandler Stephenson Reilly Smith scored in the first seven minutes as Vegas lost for just the second time in its last seven contests St Louis sits one point behind central division leader Minnesota David Solomon St Louis
Saad's goals help Blues beat Sharks 4-1, end losing streak
"Brandon Saad that's a pair of goals to lead the blues past the sharks four to one the goals of the fifth and sixth of the season for the forward Jordan Kyrou scored his eighth of the year and Robert Thomas is second for the blues who halt a four game losing skid the San Jose goal is scored by Jonathan Dahlen the sharks wrap up a five game road trip with a record of two and three Billy who still makes a second start of the season in net for the blues and records his second win James Reimer suffered the loss shots on goal would favor the blues forty eight to twenty seven Mike Reeves St Louis
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin with college football number one Georgia and number two Alabama they're headed for an eventual showdown both again winning on Saturday Georgia defeating Tennessee forty one seventeen with quarterback Stetson Bennett accounting for a pair of touchdowns and he says the coaches are diversifying the offense they gave us more plays to run more plays and run the ball and throwing the ball there was a more balanced effort at all going into until like the last the last few drives which is what you wanna you offense as for number two Alabama it was over early as they crushed New Mexico state fifty nine three Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young throwing for five touchdowns making coach Nick Sabin happy I thought we had great balance on offense without Bryce played really well on sack fumble really wasn't you know his fault continue the protection was better today but we we need to continue to try to you know shore up those things so that we don't get him hit elsewhere in the top ten number three Oregon number four Ohio state number six Michigan seven Michigan state nine Notre Dame and number ten Oklahoma state all winning their games but number eight Oklahoma suffering its first loss twenty seven fourteen at Baylor on the pro level Washington the biggest surprise in the NBA's Eastern Conference they're now nine and three after turning back Orlando with Miami Indiana Detroit Boston the LA clippers and Orleans just its second victory on the season the other winner Saturday night and HL Carolina now eleven into after getting by St Louis three to two pro football news the Green Bay Packers activating quarterback Aaron Rodgers off the reserve cobit list he will play against Seattle on Sunday but Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger he goes on that same list and will miss Sunday's game against Detroit and finally all of fame linebacker Sam Huff passing away at the age of eighty seven I'm David Shuster AP sports
Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'
"And let me just tell you, I'm a fan of C. S. Lewis. Which brings me to my friend Norman stone, the film, director, Norman stone, got on the map early in 1984 by directing a film called shadowlands for the BBC starring Claire Bloom, Joss ackland, and he's been doing all kinds of things, but a little bit of C. S. Lewis here and there. He has just directed a new film called the most reluctant convert starring our friend max McLean and Norman stone across the pond from the environs of Glasgow is here with us in the studio. Norman is that you. This is still me, yeah. It's still you. My friend, listen, we've been friends for a long time. And you and I have had millions of silly conversations or at least hundreds. But we both love C. S. Lewis. So when I found out from max McLean, in this studio, you know, he's starring as Lewis, but that you had directed it, I flipped, because I said, there's literally nobody else who should direct the film. Can you tell us because there are people tuning in, they didn't hear the max maclean interview. They may not know about the film rather than my telling them what I know. Tell us what is the film and what will we find in the film? Okay. Louis did write a lot of books, you're right. One of the ones that's probably the most impressive in many ways is the surprise by joy. Basically it's his own story. He writes with a self deferential wit and information comes out and you want to read more. So this is how he began life turned into an atheist and then was a very dogmatic atheist. Anyone can university after a trip for the First World War and so on. And he soon being challenged by people like
Bracelets that belonged to Marie Antoinette set to fetch millions at auction
"A pair of diamond bracelets that once belonged to the beheaded wife of French King Louis the sixteenth has sold for a the eight million dollars at auction that's is the sound of the gavel banging issue auction prices for sold for eight point three four million dollars the jewelry belonging to the infamous Marie Antoinette's featured a hundred twelve diamonds the final price was much higher than the presale estimates of between two to four million dollars off to her death by guillotine in seventeen ninety three the price that's remained within royal lineage the two hundred years I'm Karen Thomas
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree Tuesday brought the opening night of the college basketball season with a couple of marquee matchups at Madison Square Garden in the first game of the night third ranked Kansas taught Michigan state eighty seven seventy four the J. hawks were paced by O. G. a biology who scored twenty nine points seventeen of which came after halftime in game two in Manhattan ninth ranked Duke top tenth ranked Kentucky seventy nine seventy one of the first game of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski's final season freshman Trevor keels scored twenty five for the blue devils on the NBA hardwood Yanis antenna Kubo provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box and a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia the jazz beat the hawks one ten ninety eight the clippers top Portland one seventeen one oh nine on the ice the Carolina hurricanes move to ten and one of the year thanks to an overtime goal for more teenagers giving Carolina a two one win over Tampa other NHL winners included Chicago St Louis Detroit New Jersey LA Boston San Jose at Vegas and Anaheim I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Marjorie Taylor Greene Visits Jailed Jan. 6 Rioters: 'I'll Never Forget Hearing Their Screams'
"I saw a story about Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia Republican, who apparently is the along with Louie gohmert from Texas, are the only two members of Congress to visit the inmates arrested in connection to the January 6th insurrection. Now let's see, this is November the 9th 2021. I thought I would pull an article about this from like a hostile media organization. The left leaning organization like newsweek. So here's newsweek dot com. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said that the inmates arrested in connection to the January 6th insurrection clapped cheered and cried. When she recently visited them in a Washington D.C. jail. Now to me, this story is so bizarre, how long are they supposed to be incarcerated? How long do you get for putting your feet up on Nancy Pelosi's desk? Or fighting with cops? Let me be clear here. The people who rioted on January 6th were reprehensible and stupid and reckless and wrong. You've never heard me defend the people who broke the law on January 6th. It was a reckless idiotic thing to do. I've never defended them. I've never called them patriots. I've never, I'm sorry. I do not condone the kind of violence that we saw by the hundreds of people who engaged in violence on January 6th. Now, having said that, how long are they supposed to rot in jail? Is due process not afforded these people? Is it that, is that a fair question to ask? Marjorie Taylor Greene and Louis gohmert visited the jail after the jail initially refused her previous requests to visit them. Green claimed that some of the inmates are suffering from a lack of medical care. Indeed, in a series of tweets, congresswoman green said I've never seen human suffering like I witnessed last night. I'll never forget hearing their screams.
Jonathan Capehart Says Interracial Marriages Are Based on Racial 'Passes,' Not Love
"Go ahead Dating or being married to someone black or liking black music and culture is no pass either Oh well I see So people who marry a white person who's black or a black person marries a wipe I say they're doing that because they want to pass Did you know that mister Peterson They want to pass if you're dating somebody of a different You're doing that because you want to pass Because you like somebody or love somebody I don't know Jonathan K part says look look You don't get a pass You like black music So what You're married to a black woman or black man's married a white woman Hey That's your problem You don't get passes here No You're stuck Does this not sound like Louis Farrakhan to you mister
Compher scores twice in Colorado's 4-3 win over St. Louis
"JT Compher scores twice to lead the avalanche to a four to three win over the blues at enterprise centre the loss is the first for St Louis after winning a franchise record five straight to start the season the ABS are now three and four now some country and kill the car also netted goals for Colorado coporate collaborated should have led to military single score for the blues who are without captain Ryan Riley and Brandon Saad who are the league's Colby protocol Darcy camper wins in net Jordan bidding to take the loss we have a letter out shoot the blues forty two to eighteen I'm Mike Reeves
French Artist Says 'Posessions Are the Enemy of Freedom'
"There's an artist that's oftentimes cited by the designer for Louis Vuitton I forget his name but the guy's name is Cristo and he's a French artist and when he's unveiling his latest exhibit you gotta hear the stuff that he's talking about I mean it's almost like he ripped it right out of some sort of 1960s radical book You picked the book It could be the alinsky book It could be the original Marxist manifesto I mean you name it He just talks about how possessions are the enemy of what he calls freedom Now that fascinates me because we started the show talking about life liberty and personal property And that's what liberty is That's what we declared independence from England England to fight over To protect that fascinating to me listen to this This project there about freedom This project exists not because some president of the republic like to have them or some corporate executive this project is still demonstration of creativity Nobody can buy this project Nobody can charge tickets for this project Even our cell Jean Claude myself we don't own this project This project there is so free this is why they can not stay because freedom is enemy of possession and possession is equal to permanent Wow That was deep Freedom is the enemy of possession This is some serious Marxist BS
Eric and Max McLean Discuss C.S. Lewis's Greatest Sermon
"I'm talking about one of my favorite subjects ever C. S. Lewis, the author, the Christian apologist, talking to a dear friend, max McLean. Max, you've spent much of your life bringing Lewis to life on the stage. I've seen you do a number of things. They blur together in my mind. I can't remember divorce. Okay, so screw tape, the great divorce and the most in convert, which I saw what? Three years ago, I don't know. It was it opened in New York. It ran for 15 weeks in New York in 2016. Well, not only that, but I was privileged, I think in either maybe it was 2005 to see you it might have been after that, to see you give the sermon the weight of glory. The saint Mary's church in Cambridge, that's the place where Lewis gave that sermon in the 50s, I guess, 41. 41. Really? Wow. One of his most famous sermons. And it's funny as a sermon because, you know, people have different ideas of what sermons are. This is just like a spectacular essay that's also a sermon. But you memorize the whole thing. That was pretty influential in the writing of this play. In fact, the it concludes with a good bit of a weight of goy. There are no ordinary people. We've never met a mere mortal. Yeah. I'll say. I want to convert a lot of what Louis wrote into hard boiled 30s dialog. Gee joy your swell. She probably spoke like that as a New Yorker. You've done so much of this, but to bring it to the screen because that's to me, it's always been one of the frustrations of theater, is that only so many people get to the theater, and that there is something when you can put it on the screen, of course, it's different. But you had our friend Norman stone turn it into a
Max McLean's Play 'The Most Reluctant Convert' Tracks C.S. Lewis's Journey From Atheism to Christianity
"I've lived long enough to where my friend max McLean has made a film called the most reluctant convert, the untold story of C. S. Lewis. So how did you come to make this film? Well, COVID had a lot to do with it. The play was running. We were doing a lot of college tours with the play. March 15th of last year, everything ended. When did the most reluctant convert become a play and tell my audience in case they don't know why is it titled the most reluctant convert? Well, it's about Louis's journey from vigorous to bunker of Christianity to becoming the most reluctant convert in all of England. I gave in and admitted that God is God, nelton prayed, perhaps the most dejected, reluctant, convert 7 or English. And those long story, it started with the death of his mother at, I guess he was 9. He had a terrible relationship with his father. He experienced the brutality of World War I and this got into the conclusion that either there's no God behind the universe, a God indifferent to go to an evil or worse an evil God. And that's where that's kind of the Nader of his disbelief and it's from there that we follow his journey to becoming the most influential Christian of the 20th
"louis" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"I'm gonna get into this interview. I had with louis riddick. We've talked about all angles of the monday night. Football game against the baltimore ravens. So let's get that going right now you so much for joining me today. Really appreciate the time. We've got a huge game coming up. Here raiders ravens. Big monday night. Football game percival. How excited are you to call this one as a former raider all every raider game is big for me. You know i don't really hide. I don't really hide from it. I kind of run towards the fact that. I've got such a special place in my heart for the raiders that's where my first arbour's board etc. I won't bore you with that. We're not all say is this though To get back out here after last year being out there in column buttons that week two against the saints at no fans to go back out here opening weekend against against the ravens one of the most exciting teams in the nfl for vegas start off their year playing them on monday night with fans opening weekend we saw one opening weekend was like for college. Football at you think is going to be for the nfl. Everything's gonna be vegas. I mean it's one it's vegas to. It's the raiders will most emotional fan bases in the nfl and for us on monday night. Football yeah that doesn't get any bigger than that. I'm sure you'll hear. My voice will be pretty quick pretty loud pretty fast. It's going to be have to calm myself down. But yeah i can't wait. I can't wait to hit the ground running for sure as somebody that has been coached under. Jon gruden how much do you feel like. A lot of people have talked about this test that he needs to pass this year by as far as getting through the playoffs and all of that are to the playoffs. Excuse me when you put that into perspective. Like how much is the focus on. What comes out of gruden this year when you start with game. One here the ravens. I think i think it's a. It's a big big factor. I think it's justified that there's a lot of attention being paid to the improvement that this team needs to
"louis" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"The doctor of who rose to fame. Because he's the go-to injector of the kardashian. Sisters at some point. Yeah dr simon orian. He congratulated jeff bezos on his spaceflight and very quickly that was interpreted by twitter as jeff bezos went and got his filler done before his base. Just funny to think that jeff basis goes to the kardashians cosmetic dermatologists. This goes to show filler. Knows no gender no color no creed religion. I would never accuse filler. Discriminating and who it appeals. To say i think that the spaceflight thing is so disgusting. Hate it. I hate. I know. we're not even we're going to edit by omission about that whatever and so. I think that's all we have for news of the week. Let's just get into our interview so today's guest is someone who i've been following on instagram and twitter for a couple years and i'm always chuckling to myself at my phone. His name is louis pisano and he is an american who lives in paris a real life. Emily in paris on might say. He is a writer for harper's bazaar and sort of cultural commentator. He keeps the fashion industry on. Its toes is the way i'll put it. I think he has such an incisive tone and ability to kind of cut through the bullshit the fashion industry while also like celebrating and acknowledging the fun stuff the glamour the glitz he just went to can as a guest of instagram capital. I instagram and he looked at the best fucking time in the world. He wore some insane. Looks which will let him talk about. But he's also not afraid to like talk a little shit about racism in the industry and discrimination and the inequitable treatment of black and brown influencers which is prevalent. Of course the united states but also very much so in europe so we wanted to hear from louis just about louis. And here's our interview louis bassano. So when did you get back from. Can i got back. What's today today's wednesday..
"louis" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Different games and different experiences that you remember and some of the best ones. I think that we've created, you know from the very beginning was the the development, you know, yep. And the passion that Hooligans brought and I don't know that there's a lot of sports, you know, sporting events and venues you can go to where you experienced that kind of passion and that group so it's it's brought a lot of different I would say experiences and a lot of fun and uh, I don't regret any wage even explain to people who don't understand if you don't mind because you know, it's it's part of what's happening and I think that even if fans and in the short-term, maybe that have enjoyed going to games or have enjoyed the club, you know, we'll miss that what we're all missing Sports obviously right now explain for those of us, maybe who don't understand Jim the way that things are structured what is happening why it's happening and eventually what it's going to mean over the next couple of years is the group involved with Saint Louis City continues to move forward. Yeah the you know, so there's no There's a there's lot of things going on and I think the sport of soccer football globally referenced of of European perspective, but it's evolving and it continues to grow and there's a and winners growth in anything. I would say, there's unknowns of of how that's gonna work in right now. I would say if you look at it, you know, st. Louis has been a bit of a I would say one of the early adopters and the leader leaders in soccer in the United States. When you look at Saint Louis University in st. Louis Stars, you look up the stationers a number of things that have gone on that Saint Louis has played a big role a number of coaches and people that have played for the eight of us, you know, World Cup team Harry Keogh, you know was my soccer coach at Saint Louis University and a big part of a World Cup team that beat England in the nineteen fifties. So a lot of history that that goes way back with soccer and then you kind of move through that and as I mentioned some of the things that have happened relative or national soccer here in st. Louis and indy the evolution of soccer and the development of soccer in the United States, which which also includes, you know, which is indoor soccer wage. Is very large at one point very large here in st. Louis. Then you had the the the Genesis and building of MLS and MLS continue to build over the last twenty twenty-five thirty years into what it is today. And you have u s l that has continued to build another league. So you bring all that together. You've got a lot of growth and you know, when we myself and Tom Strunk got involved with Saint Louis Scott Gallagher, we we just wanted to basically give back to Black sport and a game that was very influential to us and the development our development and give back to the kids in the community and through that process. We ended up bringing in a building st. Louis FC which was and professional team here in st. Louis. We didn't have any grand plan that that was going to evolve into an MLs Club, but I believe it was very strategic and bringing visibility into where soccer is going..
"louis" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"Louis replaced his girl singer at the time Willie, an carol with the person who would probably become his The person who was most closely connected to him in history who is Keely Smith Do you guys know who Kelly Smith is? You too have you seen her before? No bite okay. So if you have a chance, you have to watch some video of Louis Prima and Kelly Smith. The thing that made it work is that killed Smith is a very almost looks like Wednesday addams she had a very like. short haircut. Very. Sort of STOIC look to her she barely moved when she was on stage they were total opposites. He would jump around the stage, hit an overly expressive face, his voice again, his his sound was kind of all over the place he would. Marble his words and so on. Kili just stayed completely still most the time had a stoic look on her face and has a beautiful voice and it just worked the juxtaposition worked so well in their vocals and on and their on stage presence and. and. The two of them and. And Sambu Tara. were, who was the saxophone player and sort of his bandleader. The three of them were kind of the glue and just dynamic in their performances both on albums and on stage. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two prima divorced trae, Saline Barrett, and Lady, and married Keely Smith. How. They were married. Yeah. They were married. They had a child. At this time also Prima Louis Prima and Keely Smith recorded old black magic which earned them a grammy for best performance by a vocal group or chorus at the first Grammy Awards No. I'm saying. And they also appear together in the film. Hey, boy hey, girl which saw so a good song. A So. They had a lot of success. Frank Sinatra asked him to perform at the inauguration of JFK in sixty one. which was great year he was traveling lot shortly after that he and Smith divorced onstage and off stage. And he replaced her in nineteen, sixty, two with GM. And Guess. Who He later married. So. What are we on five year? We're on five we're at five and I will say we are on the the last. The last wife. They. Two Children Louis his only son Louis, Prima Junior, as well as Leena Prima who are both musicians. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven. Louis. Prima. This is what most people know him from lent ended the role of King Louis in the jungle book performing the famous I wanna be like you. If you have a chance, you should also watch the videos of him and his band performing they have you know back then they would record the people who were doing the voices to see if get anything out of them. He is King Louis jumping around this stage he is King Louis so they used a lot of his persona and personality in that character he went onto record albums with with Disney both this he did to jungle book albums and he also did an album four Robin Hood I think is called make way for Robin Hood. I forget but he did a couple of. Actually he did a a bunch of albums with bonus of his records for. which is which is Disney. Obviously you. I'm watching I'm watching videos of Lebron Smith and IT'S Phenomenal, the way even with the sound off. So they're singing like they're obviously do other cigarettes close together and then they rub their noses together..
"louis" Discussed on The big d zone
"Denying. And Three four weeks whatever this three or four we whatever. Come back on the ten. Here to Saint Louis area. So. Yeah. Yeah. And then Some still pretty much a site that like conned down for a failed of Walmart and. Oil Boy they still I thought that jet because you're in a different place. the bottle of will be easy to open not so. I guess I hope that people will. In the next fall at this from after me what a appreciate through there because I can't even open. I only where they will open one or two. Ns turn be like four Nasi. I'm the only one here. Unless I call out a goals to help me open them. So well, okay. They'll be a few leftovers of me to take back with me to the former second. Palace. But then again, don't mean I'll have drinks. To. You know help me while I. Am at the second still. The former spouse still. Hopefully, this assignment will carry over n a you know because at this, motivate me to. You know take my time to pack. And because I don't know how letter as. Springfield. Only right now, I had the weather here in Saint Louis which is still pretty good. It don't get really bad hot until like like three four like when I went to Walmart yesterday after I went to the post..
"louis" Discussed on The big d zone
"Can and. Can't get cat cat cat GAK. At least when I get to Saint, Louis, I could go to all the places that don't want to anytime that I wanna feel like going there at least. Thank. Why Does is almost like a little bit like I thought Twenty Twenty and twenty, twenty one. Twenty, twenty and twenty, twenty, one, I fought twenty, twenty, and twenty, twenty, one, I thought twenty, twenty and twenty, twenty one I want to go out the day I fought on twenty twenty anyone I fought Tony Twenty. Twenty twenty one but they said I had. To pay I only twenty, twenty, twenty, one, I fought Tony Twenty, twenty, twenty, one combing the. Man Death, like Halloween. Combing people going crazy living in fear today I tried to go to an Amusement Park I for twenty twenty, twenty, one I on eight Tony. Twenty. Twenty one, they want me to go into. So thank God I fought twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty, one. Twenty twenty twenty twenty one they allowed me to go in the cooler deny but I have more fun and icon par it will. Cooling, but they told me no. No. I wanted to go to end the trip with Bay I. Twenty Twenty, twenty, twenty, one, I, four Tony Twenty point twenty one but they told me that I had to come back again, I for twenty twenty, twenty, twenty, one, I fought twenty twenty, twenty, four, twenty, one, I twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty, one I thought only twenty, twenty, twenty one..
"louis" Discussed on The big d zone
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"louis" Discussed on Blind History
"Years of his death, everything he had done had been ripped apart by the revolution. Including his remains, which were zoomed by enraged French. This is the story of the greatest king of fruits. Louis Kotov Louis Gone Live, Salei the King of France between sixteen, thirty, eight and Seventeen fifteen. This is the guy who's most well known for absolutism for founding the old principles of the unseen regime, the divine right of kings he ruled for seventy two years in one hundred and ten days, which makes him the longest reigning sovereign in European history, and he got to the throne at five years. Old Story of Louis is mostly. Quite pleasant, he did take over at a very young age, and had Cardinal Mazarin and his mother, and of Australia rule for him as regents when he was a little child, but at twenty three he took control and man, he take control. He centralized the French state. He tried to eliminate feudalism completely. He built palaces like Versailles and retreats like me and they're still there for you. You to see, and they are own inspiring. He managed to survive fron rebellion when he was a child, and that informed him in a very direct way about his hatred of Paris, he tried to uniformly gathered the French Catholic Church as a kind of religion for everybody and revoked the Edict of Nantes which abolished the rights of huguenots. He had brilliant people living during his lifetime. And France became the leading European pie he's involved in a number of major was and most of the time when he wasn't will, he was planning the next will. But win new. He died at an advanced age. He died leaving France in an absolutely incredible position didn't last long, though because the seeds for the revolution had been son. Antony measure is here with talking about King Louis the fourteenth and you know about this guy. Right this I do and Napoleon sit. There was anyone king. Map is leave. The fourteenth and an opponent said that about any king because he hated the bogans. You hate them, and this is the guy who really gave that surname wait. Exactly, he grew up under the famous king. Louis the thirteenth who will probably from the three musketeers. And his mother was of Australia. Apparently very beautiful, very vivacious and quite power hungry woman. His father died when he was four or five, so he didn't really have a lot of time to get to know his dad and his dad tried to make. A rule that there would be a regency council, so he wouldn't just hand part it. His wife King Louis the fourteenth. She just overturned. The will she was that path made a self. Head of the councilman hired a bunch of people mostly from the church because she was very religious. To help run things until he was twenty three. I think that's been caught on. God Yes, so that's been Louis took over. That's ran Danny Lynch. Match up until that point. When people came to the court when he was young when he's a ten years old, impeccable manners so well brought up, there was same priest by him a radio, very young age that is such an interesting thing to bring up at the beginning, because that was really the hallmark of his age, he made France the center of Manas of etiquette of respectability of art of culture of language of performance, and his whole life was a performance from the moment he was born until the day he died, he was putting on a show of. Of what he thought kingship should be and everything he built, was there to enhance his kingship, and his glory war was for him just an instrument, and ons his glory, and he lived eight breathed and slipped kingship. He was famously quoted. Perhaps Apocryphal saying Litas Wa which means I, am the state. And he believed that and lived publicly Oh everything. Everything woke up in the morning. There were people around him direct. When he went to sleep at night, there were people around him when he had sex with his wife. There were people around wrecked when his children were born. There were people around him. There was no such thing as privacy. He was the first Kardashian. It's very much. except I think he had slightly better, manage them the actions, but when he was very very young, their rebellion that you talked about a little bit earlier witnessed it. You're the front. They mooted Henry, the fourth and Henry the third. and the billion founded immune is bad, and that just left it when he was a little child, and apparently this mob of Parisian's broke into the palace. They found him sleeping. He pretended to be asleep because he never forgot about. And then they looked at this child, and so we kind moated this kid they lift, but he never forgot and as a result, he never wanted to live in Paris exhibited it. Went to gave the Louvre away and turned it into a museum. That's why it's a museum today because they used to live there, and he said I don't WanNa live in the face with his mad Parisian mob, maybe saw the revolution fair enough because it wasn't long often rain. And he went and built Versailles, which used to be a hunting lodge for his father, and it was a small. You know very pretty, but not particularly grand`place, and he turned it into this absolute monstrosity, and I mean monstrosity in terms of size because it was beautiful from into end. The Biggest Palace in Europe with gardens that I don't think anyone has ever been able to rival, he had complete command. He wanted to rule of a nature and buildings. He was obsessed with architecture. He's obsessed with plants. He was obsessed with water. He loved fountains and he would walk through the gardens of SL the whole time and they'd switch on fountains as he walked because they didn't have enough pressure. Make all the fountains good. Once a he always thought everything was working at once little did he know that they were actually as he moved, there were people shouting at each other in the Bushes Sing Tao now. Turned it on and move postulates which it often go to the next one, but you know that everybody wanted to be like him so even jolly monarch Charles a second and Catherine the great and I mean they wanted to make court slack resign. Ludwik of Bavaria was so obsessed with King Louis the fourteenth that he built palaces all over noise. Von Stein Castle built. Hang him share which he also built in replication, really of a small version of Versailles, but that place was just absolutely astonishing that anyone could pull off something of that magnitude, those rooms which are painted by Lebron and have guilt everything marble floors, fireplaces. The Hall of mirrors you know mirrors were really hard to make in those days and really expensive. Expensive and no expense was sped. He wants advice I to be the jewel, but united something interesting in terms of what we do, we make shelters, and that people talk about this being the start of wish, shatters have come from because he had shatters inva-. Yeah, and he still see them even in the hall of Mirrors and he would open the Chattan peek through there because there was lots of beautiful women that used to pay in the little that you fan. And, I used to bathe in that, but he says that he was more concerned of the cards, not concentrate on guarding, but looking at the woman. Would Pekan them invest them, but also many of the fortresses he built around northern France and northern. An and Francis were still using the second world. War Yeah, said says you what he did, and also the other thing from Louis. Let's be frank. You wanted to take over the world. Lonzo he was definitely one of those. Well, he did take over Spain effectively he put his own family and control of Spain, and he eclipsed the holy Roman Empire. From the point of view of being the most powerful Empire in Europe, and made a difference, and.
"louis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Louis using the ground zero there's about this the go I don't know how far we can go on the one seventy a hundred years maybe more let's go melania sightings of unknown things in the sky go to your Bible I mean go beyond the Bible go to the modern era that's that K. the monitor the contemporary would probably be nineteen forty seven just after World War two after World War two flying saucers were part of our culture and from then on there were sightings in crashes and reports of aliens an alien abductions and Calamy relations and all that stuff and so what happens we have project grudge that's created short lived project by the U. S. Air Force to invest the I identified flying objects and then of course we have projects sign and then came project blue book I don't like you but I'm a big fan of this TV show it's on history channel right now I just saw the episode this morning I woke up and see it because it was in my queue to watch and I'm really enjoying every it's fictitious right in a lot of people say I there's nothing about it it's real but it's based on true stories it's just not with the details of your ninety by the details the details are kind of sketchy here see that's the thing what it demonstrates to you about is that siding after siding after citing was met with the Nile Roswell was a plane crash but it was a balloon thing that it was dummies being thrown out of a plane that's a and the thing is is that if if the Roswell story was just one thing why did take the Air Force to actually we right six times the explanation for Roswell I love you know this but they they did it six times on the anniversary the fiftieth anniversary the Roswell crash they came out with a case closed story big case closed door that didn't match match up didn't measure up I talked to the mayor of Roswell and then he and I were discussing it saying that nothing about it was factual but see this is where we have a problem because there's facts about Roswell but there's folklore about Roswell there's facts about kicks Bergen folklore about K. expert you know there's Betty and Barney hill all the stores and the people who don't know anything about you follow G. what I'm saying to them is all Chinese say so the fact is we have facts that are buried in the mythologies and what needs to be done again I mean after so many years we have to go back we have to revisit the timelines revisit the histories and the reason why is because you're in a fit of deja vu at another mind bending time warp paradox we have the military now that's interested in telling us released giving us some information about UFO sightings and again it's it's damn ominous thank you kindly honest conclusions when you see the pardon fence and the military revise our position that revised again revised it's just like what happened was Roswell I mean they don't know what they're dealing with obviously I mean to me eight it's the official wording from how their policy is that this is this is the official wording from the military quote there have been a number of reports of unauthorized and or unidentified aircraft and ring various military controlled ranges and designated spaces in recent years for safety and security concerns the navy and the U. S. Air Force takes these reports very seriously investigate each and every report as part of this effort the navy is updating and formalizing the process by which reports of any such suspected incursions and they use the word encouraging which is like invasions or or invading your space is it is a here to say that as part of a separate the navy is updating and formalizing a process by which reports of any such suspected incursions can be made to the car dissident sorties a new message to the fleet but will detail the steps for reporting is a draft meaning that the navy is endorsing the idea they did say was are seeing alien spacecraft what it is doing is it say okay Lainey of strange things have been reported a lot of credible and highly trained military personnel are seeing these things they need to be documentary courted they need to be you don't scrutinized and studied at bandit bear kooky and stupid and and strange and science fiction we'll just write him off as nonsense so you know it's all about now what they said it's all about safety S. security concerns okay they're going to investigate every report but they're not going to say they were investigating the aliens good idea it looks like it would be irresponsible for them to say all these are all aliens we don't know what they are the military's expressed that they are not endorsing the idea of UFOs being alien spacecraft there's no real way to distinctly classify something like a UFO in such a way so it gets reported that his investigation and then there's a level that of top secret but then things interesting about the whole secrecy paying is that after so many years the secrecy just kind of wears off and we have the classifications of stories and that is happening to U. K. recently United Kingdom just released a lot of their you a full reports the ministry of defense is now disclosing a lot of you oppose of once again part of the drip drip drip of disclosure but this time.
"louis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are you have you have you know Louis public news local science stories of national significance with climate change shifting weather patterns around the world and fire is continuing to rage in Australian the Amazon the question of how carbon gets stored used and released in the environment is getting more attention researchers from over eighty institutions are collaborating on a project to track how the carbon flows in a rain forest under drought conditions and as it recovers but it's not happening down in the Amazon it's happening in Arizona you know the in close dome of the bios fear to habitat they're leading researchers use things like carbon thirteen labeled CO two to follow the cliff flow of carbon through the air the plants in the soil joining me now to talk about that the project is Melissa so many science reporter at K. N. A. you in flagstaff welcome to science Friday thanks for having me so so tell us about this project what is going on there and in the bios here to right so one of the cool things about an enclosed ecosystem like the **** too is that you can control the weather so scientists decided why not turn off the rain for two months and forced this rain forced to go through a drought and one of the big questions they have is what the plants are going to do with their carbon when they're stressed out so we know that FOR soak up a huge amount of carbon but we don't know exactly where that carbon goes and that's because in the real world you just can't track carbon cycles of that closely but the great thing about the bias here too is that it's a sealed ecosystem so one of the experiments the scientist it is they closed all the doors and they shut themselves inside for four hours and I got to be in there with them is a great deal of fun and they released canisters of carbon thirteen into the air so that's heavy carbon and it's something they can track with scientific instruments and then they have these instruments hooked up to every part of the rainforest to see exactly where those carbon molecules ended up and so they can follow the the carbon cycle as we call right exactly and so it's a pretty pretty cool set up inside the rain forest is this fake hollow mountain and inside that mountain is a room that was filled with very precise scientific instruments and there was this spider web of plastic tubing that connected those instruments to every part of the rain forest of something like two miles of two now and they were constantly collecting gas samples from different parts of the rain forest and figuring out where the carbon was going so just as one example I was pretty neat they wanted to look at individual leaves so they wrapped up leaves in these teflon bags and hook them up to the instrument so they could see you know maybe the leaves are getting stressed out and they're releasing more carbon into the atmosphere and they can look at that very closely so how long will this experiment run and will they keep tweaking up the CO two levels to sort of mimic what's going to be going on in the atmosphere right so the experiment that the drought itself is two months and they ended that drought in December and it's a pretty important to to track the recovery of the plans after the drought and so they're gonna keep collecting data for the next month or two and watch how the plants for cover it's it's interesting because you know people wondering what's the best use of biosphere two and now it looks like we have found something really is right or right yeah I don't think anyone could have predicted that it would certainly thirty years ago wasn't built specifically for this type of research but it turns out to be a really useful place because you know if you're studying climate change and you're looking at ecosystems in the real world they're very complicated and it's super hard to control all of the variables but if you're just looking at like a potted plant or a green house well that's pretty small and not really getting the complete picture so this reinforces the size of a gymnasium it's been living and thriving for thirty years it's the perfect place to this kind of research and you get a chance to go in there Melissa thank you very much for telling us what it's like thanks so much Mrs **** is a science reporter at K. N. A. you in flagstaff we're gonna take a break and we'll come back we're going to check in on the fire disaster down under Australia's wildfires and how they fit in the picture of climate change if you want to talk about that a number eight four four seven two four eight two five five tweet us at sci fry we'll be right back after the break I'm not replace this is science Friday from W. NYC studios support for W. NYC comes from the Kerry institute of ecosystem studies researching ways to prevent Lyme and.
"louis" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Of the French Revolution King. Louis Sixteenth was indicted for high treason and crimes. On this day. In seventeen eighteen ninety. Two demand would become France's final king before the French Revolution was born. August twenty third seventeen fifty four as Louis August. He was his parents seventh seventh pregnancy but the first child to survive to adulthood Louis August was born during the reign of his grandfather. Louis the fifteenth who has also known as Louis the beloved and ruled France for nearly six decades. Now Louis the fifteenth Louis the sixteenth predecessor died of smallpox in May of seventeen seventy four normally. Louis augusts father would have assumed the throne throne but he had died of tuberculosis nine years earlier. So in seventeen seventy four Louis August became Louis Sixteenth King of France. I know it's a lot of Louis Louis but we can keep track now. Louis Sixteenth was nineteen years old at the time and he was already married to Marie Antoinette of Austria they'd been married for about four years of that point Louis the sixteenth eighteenth. We'll just call him. Louis from now on Louis started his reign with an eye towards values. That came out of the era of enlightenment. Greater freedom of the press religious tolerance and scientific inquiry among among other endeavors eliminating certain land taxes increasing acceptance of non-catholic Christians abolishing serfdom supporting the American revolution and even deregulating leading grain markets. These were all undertaken by Louis Summer resisted and shot down by nobility while other reforms were successful it says last two though that would prove to be pivotal title deregulation of Grain Markets in France led to wild fluctuations in price. The common people struggle to afford bread or even the grain to make their own and a number of riots broke out in seventeen seventy five. That was a series of events often called the bread war and supporting the American revolution. The following year put France into serious debt and the ensuing financial crisis prices was compounded by a Byzantine system of taxation the next decade saw an erosion of the monarchy's credibility and people came to view. Louis and his wife Marie Antoinette figures of not just an outdated system of governance but one ignorant to the plight of the common people violence civil unrest and political turmoil became more prevalent and Louis became increasingly irrelevant when it came aimed actual governance and gained a reputation for being indecisive unskilled political maneuvering and just generally being out of touch with the realities of the day and the need for policy compromise so in July fourteenth seventeen eighty-nine a group of revolutionaries stormed the steel. which is a political prison Paris though it only held seven prisoners at the time the best deal was viewed as symbolic of the monarchy's rule? Now here's a side note. You may hear that Lewis Journal for that day. July fourteenth seventeen eighty-nine held it only a single word. Nothing which a lot of people say signifies how out of touch was that Journal was actually just hunting journal or hunting log. So it's not really indicative Louis head was at and anyway at the time Louis was at the palace oversight outside of Paris and he only learned of the storming of the best deal following morning to following these events. Lewis forced to to accept the dissolution of the monarchy as it existed and a constitutional monarchy was established but after a failed assassination attempt on Marie Antoinette. Louis and his family relocated the from outside of the city to the tweet palace which is right in the heart of the city and the intent. There was to be closer to the people now. In Seventeen Ninety one Louis tried to secretly flee the city in response to what he considered indignities and restraints placed upon him and his family by the constitutional government. He was being treated. He felt away. A monarch should never be treated on his way out of town though Louis left behind a political manifesto which outlined his dissatisfaction with the constitutional system. He considered it illegitimate legitimate. This manifesto was published in newspapers. Though making his true feelings public and just four days after leaving Paris Louis and his family were identified. He was recognized because his face was on the national currency and he was arrested and returned to Paris at this point Louis lost all credibility even with those who had stood by him and he was viewed as more loyal oil to foreign governments rather than to his own people late about summer on August tenth of Seventeen. Ninety to the people of Paris had had enough a group marched on the tuileries palace. The royal family again fled taking shelter with the Legislative Assembly. Louis the sixteenth was found and arrested a few days later and eventually taken to the Parisian prison the known as the temple while he was imprisoned there the government officially abolished the Constitutional Monarchy declared a republic and stripped Louis of all his titles and honours discuss so.
"louis" Discussed on Hockey Today
"The. Is that game misconduct podcast with Don league-record and welcome to the Wednesday. They should have game as conduct. I'm down the Greco. Thanks for the day off yesterday had some things going on. But there's still lots to discuss and talk about the last night's games. But of course, the big story of the Saint Louis blues blues have gone from last place. Now, not just a playoff team. But a team that now can find themselves maybe getting home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. They win in overtime. Over the Toronto Maple Leafs last night three to franchise record twelve consecutive win. They had won eleven straight or excuse me eleven th straight win. They had one ten in a row in two thousand one two thousand two so a franchise record eleven consecutive wins. And now they're in third place in the central division. They're just six points back of Nashville, but with three games in hand on the predators. So the blues it's really a tremendous story. They had a shutout streak of two hundred thirty three minutes and fifty seconds snapped in the third period when Toronto score two goals and thirty one seconds to tie it. But they win the game at overtime. Saint Louis Tarasenko is now showing up the Bennington story between the pipes has been great. But even Allen has played well when he has gotten his chance to play shutting out Minnesota over the weekend. Shannon's played, well, there's just so many players right now that have stepped up for the Saint Louis blues. It is quite the story and this winning streak just keeps going now. They're a playoff team in in a wide open Western Conference, why not Saint Louis? I mean, the team has never been to a Stanley Cup final since their expansion runs back when they first came into the league going to the Stanley Cup final in in sixty eight sixty nine and seventy now they've got a chance to maybe do it in what I think is a wide open Western Conference. Do I think they're Nashville? Do I think they're Winnipeg? Maybe if they continue to play the way, they're playing me. And why not I I think the sky's the limit for this team. And it really just gives a lot of faith. I think two teams out there that are on the outside. Looking like if you're Florida if. You're the Rangers. If you're Philadelphia and you look at yourself and your your nine ten eleven points out of a playoff spot, and you think are the season's over. But hey, got twenty three twenty four games left. Maybe you rattle off eleven straight wins. And find yourself the next thing Louis Blues. I mean that that's the kind of faith that you have especially in the Western Conference where you can make some big time moves so right now, if you're Anaheim if you're Edmonton, and you're kind of sinking a little bit. But maybe you find a groove certainly some of those teams have talent certainly are in a position that Saint Louis was any rattle off six seven eight nine ten wins in a row next thing. You know, you can find yourself with a playoff so you can have faith. And of course, we're getting closer to the deadline. Looks like Duchenne is going to go looks like penins gonna go very interesting situation. Montreal last night, which on Twitter, rela Canadians the three two win over the blue jackets, obviously hurting Carolina's chances of trying to win that division. Catch. The islanders released got home ice by finishing in second the metropolitan division and Panara scratch because he's. Hill. So everybody speculates the penins gonna get traded..
"louis" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"He's he's working on his Louis C K level that he was on. And then like halfway through. It's like just quits. It's like he just decides fuck everything I'm going to say offensive stereotype based not funny. Get off my lawn comedy as not even is not even. Polished zaidan. It's weird. And it's it's just how about don't, you You know? know? Why weird? Agreed. I mean, I think in in some ways he has to he doesn't seem to be considering this a PR exercise. He seems about it sort of just reinvigorating his career in the perception of this is really bad. This is it I honestly when I say I want to forgive him. I he just hasn't given me the basis to justify yet. And these kinds of shows where he just shows up. And he does these things it it doesn't. I if I were his PR adviser. I would say don't do that. Because it looks like you haven't learned your lesson. You've hit on the head. He just doesn't these not doing that? He doesn't care. He's not. He's it's a we're in it's disappointing. But I think he must think there might be a certain part of him. That's like well. And here's the fact about Louis CK. He's always had those fans, you know, he's always had a bit of crossover with the with the, you know, the idiots who think it's funny to be offense. Always said these words that are offensive, and that's awesome on opus. And Andy wasn't he though in opioid? Yeah. Opening Opie and Anthony, I think yeah. That was the the racist TV show back or radio show back from the nineteen thirties. Amos, and Andy or something I think confusing it I knew. Yeah. And it's like he's always had a segment of Ozzy his audience that is that. And he may be already. Yeah. I don't know if it's conscious or not. But like, maybe he's going to be like, well, here's what I can get away with I can do this. And not I I think he's right now, my guess is that he thinks he doesn't or doesn't need to or doesn't want to or we'll never put in the work. And so he's just moving on. It's like all right. Well, then to the people are saying wins it going to be enough. When are you gonna move on Thomas from what he did? Well, he did never did anything. He didn't you know? He didn't try. So never would be the answer for me. So that's my final word any an closing dots. I need some help because I'm not Marica. So I know him, but I don't know his name. I think it's Michael he's one of he's the black news reporter on the L day. Yes. Michael J? Thank you. I watched his stand up the other night. It's New Year's like what are you doing New Year's? I don't think I've seen standups great for like New Year's day eve for you have to go to work the next day or Newsday night anyway. So I knew of him, but I didn't connect some of the controversies he's been involved in because of things he said in his comedy. This is watching his comedy because I recognize him from L, and I also wanted I also tried to make an effort to I'm not making an effort. I'm just seeking out people of color and women comedians because on Netflix, it's actually really easy in commercial media. It's not and there's so much enjoyable comedy that be from a different perspective. So it's new and fresh, and so I've been really open to hearing from a lot of different comedians lately. But in his set, he talks about learning and having dialogues and being open being honest, and he talked about when he he messed up sounds like about a couple times from. In his in his standup. But one of the one I'm thinking of in particular is adding an interview how would he feel his son was gay and his sponsors? He's I answered honestly because the world's really homophobic, and it's hard..
"louis" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"I can't watch him talk about how it's difficult to have normal conversation with a woman in not wanna rapper hair around his penis and jerk off to it. Now. Like that joke is forever now put in the context of what he's done. He's never apologized to us. And I think that's actually part of it. Because this is like I said when it comes to a fandom there is a relationship between the artist and the fans, and he didn't just betray those women, of course, he did. But for those of us like you and me who really believe that. He got it and believe the image of himself a guy who actively is involved in life of his daughters who loves his daughters wants to be a father wants to spend time with them. Even though he's divorced set up his life. So we can be with his daughters and bring them to work in involvement is life, and we had that image of Louis and arc his jokes. For us. Are always textual is in that context. So when he blew up that image he ruined himself for us and he disappointed us as well. And he hasn't quite acknowledged. I don't think how much of an emotional betrayal. His actions were to people who admired him, totally agree. Well, put. Forgive him. I want. Yeah. And two along the lines the examples of what you're talking about two so hard because so much of his art is still so good to me like the show Louis is legitimately one of my favorite shows of all time. And it's not even just comedy. It's actually less comedy than just interesting and kind of dark scenarios that make you think there was one, you know, this is this is largely in eighth ius show. He had one if you've never seen it. It's forever taken away from me as something I can be like watch this. If you're an atheist because it's so interesting and moving and funny and dark he had an episode where it was him as a child so his child actor, you know, doing it in and it was two kids, and they're going to, you know, maybe this is part..
"louis" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"And then it's like, yeah. The doctors dodger says I. Yeah. I need to is my knee now or something's I okay. How long do I do that? Until it's better. Now, it's forever. You just do that. Now, it's just like that. Like, it's that kind of humor to say. I just bring it up because it's it's not the case that like he was always this offensive shock, jock, whatever. And that's why it was funny, and you're a hypocritic now, you don't like that his target was transpeople or whatever. It's like, no. That's not at all for me. Anyway, what what it was what I thought about myself is that I I realized very recently because I've been watching more stand up comedy because I've net flex is that I prefer comedians who tell stories I don't like the punchline Saddam here sign it really boring and a good story can be funny. But also just be a good story. Yeah. I totally agree with that. And it's so he could do that. I think. Yeah. And so I wanted to talk to you about what you thought of I guess the the article and kind of resetting. Back to twenty seventeen little bit the article in how he dealt with it. And how he I I mean, given if you were Plum plop, down in two thousand seventeen with Louis CK's past you know, like how would you try to deal with that or how could one or can you do you just quit life? I don't know. Yeah. I may I still think that the gold standard is the Dan Harmon admission you recently talked about on this show. So I think we can probably have people just refer back of couple episodes when you talked about that. But yeah, sorry. And so in terms of owning what you didn't understand what was important about. The Dan Harmon discussion was one he owned what he did. He also owned the pain that he caused the person and the pain he caused people around him because he was sort of like pursuing this thing in not being not criticizing himself, not looking at himself, and then owning those failings and what he did wrong. And just saying, I'm I'm so sorry, and I've learned so much from what I've done wrong that I will definitely not be doing it again and his career is gone on. He's got like a contract with the whatever the Cartoon Network or at Evers in the state. So I do think it's it's definitely possible. But with Louis he just if felt initially with. The metoo movement. I think it was mostly almost like PR companies were advising guys what to say without really understanding what the audience or what the public needed anymore. So like Spacey own also, I'm gay come do seriously. And then Louis CK's mostly talking about himself and other people too. And I think his head. He said his apology and now he can just get on with it. And there's a disconnect because part of his audience is saying, yeah, come back Louis. We miss you and society at large is like, isn't that the guy who took a stick out in front of women? He had power over..
"louis" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"Christy winters. Welcome back to the show. It's so good to be on. Thank you for the invite. It's always so nice to talk with you. Absolutely. Is my pleasure. I'm so glad you're here. Thanks for taking the time. This is this is a tough one. I know that we've kind of referenced Louis CK in the past. And when this latest recording came out, it's just this is one of those topics that I just I can't help but think about and try to work my way through and I was thinking all do some monologue ING about and I thought what's it'd be better than that as having Christiaan some smart person to sound off with and maybe kinda check back and forth and see see how we feel. So I'm really glad you're here. I put myself through the through the pain of listening, the whole set, the actually I didn't I didn't even know. I was going to do that. I just kind of at the last second. I was like, you know, I guess I'll see what else is there. Maybe if there's there's anything that would explain or justify kind. The leaked bits. But just to reset slightly. I guess there was a Louis C K kind of leaked audio recording of a set. He's working on now and to one one a half or two minutes leak that was really incredibly boring. Offensive anti trans stuff like circa twenty ten jokes about identifying whatever. N? It's so tired and unfunny like is not even a creative right wing offensive that stick, you know, it's it's really not what I would ever have expected from Louis before. But you know, now, obviously he's in a different different situation. But so that kind of leaked and it was he's bashing. He can listen recording. If you want, obviously, if people don't want to really shouldn't. But he's kind of bashing young people like oh young people testifying congre. Why aren't they just deer drinking jello shots and having sex with each other and do whatever, you know, why they identifying whatever that kind of like get off my lawn humor. And do you. Do you heard that clip, right? Just the short one. I remember seeing people pass around the script of it and talking about whether the script was a good representation of the audio. What that's right. If I it was a script the script was one hundred percent what it was in the clip..