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"louis canning" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the big show tonight, Bob. What's going on tonight? Kimmy, first couple hours. We're going to talk with a science journalist about some great things happening in the world. And then later on the afterlife fund coast to coast Did you get hit by that big snowstorm that went through Should calm United Texas We got hit with that about a week and a half ago, Right? Anything sense? What's the weather like mild Now? It's 50 55 degrees. Not bad at all. It's going down in Tarzana tonight to 35 degrees. What about l? A. They opening things up yet? You wouldn't notice. Still not. What about ST Louis? Can you have a meal inside? Yes, you can. Absolutely. You wear a mask walking in. Take it off when you sit down because Kobe doesn't attack you when you're sitting, Really? Okay. Just when you're standing all right, man, I need to get into us. I need to take a spring vacation to a city where I can walk into a restaurant. You can do that here. I think ST Louis is up my list. Love you Insane, Lord man, I love ST Louis. I saw the King's came through and and beat up the blues. They beat up the blues. And then the blues beat San Jose a couple days ago. Yes, man. Look at you. You're on top of things, but ballistics. Yeah, That's right. That's a great game. A shootout was awesome. They also want to be a say, ding dog along with you. All right. Thanks, George. All right. There he goes. George, Noory and coast to coast. All right, well, we've They're having some problems with the Chinese vaccine, a Chinese corona virus vaccine. They were supposed to deliver a geopolitical win that showcase the country scientific prowess right mom and generosity. Instead, In some places they have getting real backlash here. Officials in Brazil in Turkey Have complained that Chinese companies have been slow to ship the doses and ingredients and in Germany. They gave it to a crowd of people and I guess most of the people died. So in the Philippines. Some lawmakers have criticized the government's decision to buy the vaccine made by a Chinese company officials in Malaysia and Singapore with with both but both ordered Doses from the Chinese. Had to reassure their citizens that they would approve vaccine on Lee if they prove prove to be safe and effective. All right. Here's a quote right now. I would not take any Chinese Chinese vaccine because they're insufficient data. That's not good. So these 24 countries, most of them lower middle income, signed deals with the Chinese vaccine companies. Because they offered access that the richer nations wouldn't write. Because Richard, they're talking about the United States. Fizer Madonna, They were holding back vaccine to give to you US first citizens. The United States was a novel idea. What we paid for the vaccine for you know some of these companies, so we might as well get it first, but Joe Biden President Joe Biden. Is going to speaking to the president Mexico about getting some vaccines sent south of the border so we forget. You know, we're so spoiled here in the United States that we have these big great companies that came up with his vaccine that the rest of the world It doesn't have this right. They're hurting and China try to scoop in or swoop in and and sell their vaccine. Lied so far mixed results at best, a YouGov survey said this month roughly 19 19,000 people in 17 17 countries And region showed that most were distrustful of a covert vaccine made in China. Um so see how this pans out, But right now E. Don't know if I'd taken a Chinese vaccine I don't know, and the Russians is called Sputnik five. Which doesn't give me a lot of confidence, either. I mean, that was the name of their space program back in the sixties or even before that, they just name everything that everything in powerful over the Sputnik. Right. Sputnik. One wasn't Sputnik one, the first Satellite of the first man to travel around Earth in space. I think it was Sputnik Sputnik one, and so now they have come back with Sputnik five is their big vaccine and No good. No good. But the French bulldog market is going crazy. Sputnik was just the first satellite first satellite, right? Yeah. First satellite. That's right, anyway. So these Bulldogs people going crazy with these Bulldogs, and here's our own David Goldstein talking about him becoming a hot dog since Lady Gaga is were stolen the dog sell for $5000 and up and they're so popular. Experts say Thieves are targeting French bulldog. Yeah, that's crazy. We saw that. Is there a big market for this French Bulldogs? Absolutely. There's a huge market other their number one most popular dog they have been for years s P C A. L. A President Madeline Bernstein says. What happened to Lady Gaga as dogs could have been a crime of opportunity stealing these dogs, and sometimes it's safer than robbing a bank to steal a dog from a person walking a dog or a dog, Walker. But there is a lot of cash value to those dogs. That's because cute and cuddly French bulldogs like these sold legitimately on the Internet sell for big bucks. This one we found close to $7000, and that brings out the thieves. Last month, these two armed robbery suspects were arrested after Riverside County sheriffs say they met with a woman who was selling a French bulldog online on Lee to steal the dog at gunpoint. And a few weeks ago, Security video in North Hollywood shows thieves running off with two bulldog puppies from someone's home. People want to steal them because they're worth so much money..
Michael J. Fox retiring again because of health
"The nineteen eighties were good to michael. J. fox the actor shot to fame with roles in the sitcom family ties and the back to the future foods at backup. Don't have enough road to get eighty eight rows row but in nineteen ninety-one age of twenty. Nine fox was diagnosed with early onset. Parkinson's disease in two thousand. He founded the michael j. fox foundation for parkinson's research organization has raised a billion dollars to find a cure through it. All fox found a way to maintain his signature optimism until twenty eighteen when his sunny disposition took a significant hit fox underwent spinal surgery. Then a serious fall that forced him to confront his mortality. He writes about that year in his new book. No time like the future which is out this week and michael. J. fox joins me now. Welcome here tell me about that fall. Well i when dealing with my thirty thirty. Th year outlook parkinson's so that that kind of had handle on been ahead. Spinal tumor had surgery on that and it took me a while to learn how to walk again. I'd barely learn what getting when i of course declared independence until they could walk on my own. And i belong in so i got up. Walk into the kitchen swift flooring shattered my arm and all the dean indignities that was for some reason cutting blow so you as you say you were dealing not only with parkinson's for many years you've just gone through this incredibly dangerous surgery to remove a tumor from your spine. Just spend a moment there for a minute. How serious was that spinal diagnosis in was pretty seriously lifting for a while for a few years. But he's been in a benign and static wasn't doing anything from the dodgers. Just watch that check on every now and then so when the last time that checked on it had grown quite considerably was actually on spinal cord itself which then made Something that Attach because they can't in any way touch her to remove some spinal for when you touch it. But johns hopkins adopted feodor. When's your with me. Discuss the risk. The risk of not doing it where i would be paralyzed by now by as we speak from when win puts me that way i realized yeah and then there you are lying on the floor in your apartment in new york city. Your arm shattered. You'd gone through all of these challenges and gotten through them for the most part right. So where do you think the darkness came from. Why did you so desperately lose that optimism that to become known for some reason it was almost instantaneous last lemon unknown lemonade Unbelie it was angry myself for taking for granted Detention in the in the care they put into my health in my in my life and you know what family Asked me to be careful. When i said don't be careful. Careful careful Carelessly walking too fast and it was two kind of full of pride of of at my might chievements to understand the risks of taking an inadequate To at risk in all the time engine Physical therapists who put me at risk and anti alexander myself I agree as said about how they push china's within a bum. Catchy raised the land myself. They get passes the nothing it was like. I started thinking with the parkinson's community i Optimism tennessee. And i kind of said it'll be okay and and really there are people that had a misery index lot higher needle. Lend me with a broken arm. Bagging car is these are people who've lost lives homes country family children woodward by bam. Who am i to tell them to be have to miss it online on the slowly a rag or i can see why you would be angry but what about scared was scared to well. Isn't that what happened. Was that came out of that. Here that come off the floor and heavily armed fiction which function in a. I would let examined all these things. Fear aging gratitude. Just all of these things came through my mind. And as i made notes on them out for no reason Lebron you're going through something with take contemporaries in alabama a. He's not that. I said let's deceased together into the story of what happened and how i lost and regained my commitment. How might new. Optimism is kind of a little more informed with a little more realistic eating. Be realistic at the same time. You reminded us for those who need to be reminded how precious thing it is to walk. And i found the way that you described your relationship with wheelchairs to be very powerful at one point in the book said that. Unless you know the person who's pushing you can be a very isolating experience in fact you compared yourself to a piece of luggage and then you went on to say that if we could ever just look at each other in the eye we would recognize our shared humanity. And i just want to thank you for that. Because actually i had never thought of that before and those are probably things. I imagine that you for granted at some stage in your life as as being and i talked about that will move momentum me my life and and how i was always moving in in my job is an actor. Energy do stunts or having physical representations of what was happening or as an athlete another good one persona in so. When i look at things i will shares do thing one to have been nail biting person. My whole life into be can't walk in the other thing about being in the chair. Is that for me personally. I'm i'm i'm someone who is easily recognizable. Everybody knows intense speed familiar with and even if they don't know me as a privilege of what i do but when you're unsure you just a piece of luggage and pushing Order hotel something. He's escaped me from point being open to get five bucks in so you just stay in you push Facing the wall can't get into the verbally again. Like you will not have Beings open as they are. They might as well. Apple's own smoke last bubbles. Is that people to be going on with him. Well let's talk about your acting career. The thing that made it so that people recognize you on the street. You've gotten roles in recent years. The didn't hide the fact that you had parkinson's symptoms but actually incorporated that into the role such as louis canning of courses. The lawyer on the tv drama. The good wife with listen to a scene there. I suffer from a condition turtle disconnect asia which is released a funny word for neurological disorder. And it makes me do this. And this i if you just look at me all of us to it so and i won't mind in the book you say that you're ready to accept the your acting career is over to an extent i i laugh in fact it's something surprisingly something to change but yeah the last couple times. I acted i actually. I haven't played warners again anyway. Resume lines difficulty for some reason. Always been some interesting. Even with. I look at her family. Ties scripted from five minutes Show and i just said they photographic memories Position where i didn't know struggling with the lines Lear capital in time in hollywood going off assessing what. What is the deal. But unlike him in that movie. Who's parading himself really angry when i found myself in that position. I said i'll gable. This isn't working so maybe we'll find some other way to do it or not. Do you also say you may be done with gulf another thing that you've loved. How is it letting these things go or acknowledging that it might be time soon to let them go. Insights about acceptance and gratitude and acceptance. Part of it is what is accepted into circuit. That is what liz i can deal with that. An investing came endeavor to change it. But if you don't accept the and be more blog that be cranny of your life Adjusted so. I accepted the fact that i assume golf club too hard. I fall down in a like boohoo. I'm falling nanosecond. Only now therefore i don't put myself in that position again fall down on but maybe one day i'll be treated in a way or find some way to get so. I don't fall down in the gulf again. I'll be grateful for it. It's just a matter. Is that come compartmentalizing really. It's taking inventory seeing where that fits in your life and the losses that have had are more than compensated for by my family my friends by the role habit in the parsis communities it change to relationships with people on the street to how much i enjoy reading how much film much writing is less to joe you live. I'm speaking with michael j. fox whose new book is called no time like the future and optimists considers mortality and michael. Similar listening to this may have just been diagnosed with parkinson's and that could be very frightening for them as you. Well know in fact you become an ambassador of sorts. For for folks with parkinson's what's your message to people who've just recently been diagnosed as i was talking to manually. Today's few was just diagnosed in like me was diagnosed. Daytona nine Items that was twenty nine years ago. So i did. I said for you. Being diagnosed a twenty nine means for sure no doubt bank on it. Better write it down. It will be here in your lifetime. And how much credit can the fox foundation take for that. I will take not moods. It'd be happy happened. We we are the largest funded research in private sector but never a mission. Our mission is we have a thing. When we first started we about how to structure foundation dissimilar brought up endowments down like e bala money said on this again and said we won't be doing that. Come to go out so we operated on then in the set aside purely motive. Where would you do it. It's your model that each is trying to get this work done as quickly as we can for people in. It's been so yeah. Optimism is is a driver knows every night. You because because there's no sense doing something again at least argue for michael j. fox thank you so much. Be well you to
"louis canning" Discussed on The Televerse
"At this episode on both levels of the province that she's doing here She's just really really God. That whole scene with her with what work was really really good. I was very dismayed when he came back when he was gone. We don't have to deal with him anymore. Yeah but the ways in the Wayne wish that they needed him to make her whole again like even McCullough holy. I thought was like I'll that's kind of neat though. I like how they're doing all the mirror powers because as someone who really likes mirror master is like just a power set. What they're doing the season with that character in with the concept I think is working really. Well that whole thing with the mirrors falling stabbings stuff. It was really good but also just stab him. Yeah you WanNa you WanNa you know you wanted to like just really just kind of you. WanNa make it cool working tate and just thinking of like it's just GonNa make such a mess is GonNa make a mess. But they don't have to grill yeah Okay over the good fight we have the gang gets call from HR which is which is fine. We get some delightful guest cast. I wanted to visibly mention Andrian of innovative who courses traffic on gyda virgin or was designated. Virgin I hope that we're going to get more for the season but I kind of think we aren't and it's a shame because they gave her nothing to do like even she's on the stand twice in her episodes and she says the exact same because they asked the same questions she says the exact same thing at least like give her anything to see. 'cause now she's an established character. They're not going to get a different. She's not going to get different character. She can play in this universe. And it's a shame in Israel shame And I do think this is probably. We're going to see her. Because of the memos six six hundred steps really taking off in this episode Which show so weird but I think that I think that the whole thing with her character's very much done because it's the inciting incident and it's a real shame because she's really good at obviously But I I'll be really curious if she remains a through. I'll be surprised if she remains through that kind of propels. Any of this forward because it gives them a good pro bono fighting for the little person narrative to run against this whole the rich. Have this weird memo. That influences the judicial system federal level Which yes obviously. But also I think that tracking that will give them something. New grounded but also. The fight doesn't do grounded So I'll be curious to see what they managed to if they manage to weave anything going forward mostly. I was just delighted by how confused Louis Canning seemed because he never get to see Louis Canning confused by something and he seems Kerr Flint and I like that Watching him just go. I don't have a docket number because the case doesn't exist but also I was here for that case that existed but I don't I can't prove it anymore and it's such a camping trip for him because that's the kind of reality is Nile. Stuff he used to do all the time on Good wife so yeah How did you feel about like the ramping up of? And how did you feel about the larger reparations conversation that we wanted to have I think that the I enjoyed that part of the episode and I enjoyed how I particularly enjoyed the resolution of never mind by Which does feel very appropriate such a frank and EMC thing though. Yeah Yeah that feels right. It's like let's start a Hornet's nest and then decide. Oh this thing that you told us that we didn't want because you didn't think we were wanted honest answers and you said you wanted us dancers and so then we Over this thing and start a difficult conversation you said you wanted and neglect. But it's an se by Yeah that fell just right. I thought the way that they handled especially the partners reactions to everything Works Nicely and adding David. Lead to that kind of that kind of scene is just really nice but at the same time like his whole about how it sooner. Cut My own risks than go to. Hr voluntarily is just pure. David Lee had no he now no He just be so upset. What did you think about that? And then you works relatively well and I liked the fact that they allowed a lot of cross talk and like conversation kind of occur both on a political level also on a bike. This is not something that we should be expected to do at work. Which I thought was a really important thing to like. Push to the forefront of that kind of unduly expectations that was being put upon them to do this Labor for the DNC which has his own like whole other thing that feeds into that narrative. If you're tapped into water political structure about the Democratic Party Center Center and I think that all of that when you have that context and then it gets baked in to the fact that they're asking black people at their jobs to take time away from their jobs to solve this problem more them. I think it's really really good and really really interesting So I really appreciate like how that was woven throughout so it worked really well for me as did Marissa yelling at Frank As soon as he came out of the elevator. We're never going to get Alan Cumming. Come back so we're just GONNA have Sarah Steele Yell at this man every time. I'm very here for it as speaking of Sarah Style. Would you think of Caleb? It's such a good meat. Cute peeling Rudy Bega you ever Tobago.
Missouri rejects license for last abortion clinic in the state
"Missouri's only abortion clinic lost its license today, but remains open temporarily under a judge's order a preliminary injunction remains in place, meaning the clinic and Saint Louis can continue to perform abortions, at least until the final ruling outlining the next steps, but the judge offered no timetable for that me, the Meade is the director for Planned Parenthood advocates in Missouri, very, very difficult to access abortion in Missouri because of medically unnecessary hoops and regulations. But you can still come to Planned Parenthood today for all of your reproductive health care, the fight between the Republican led state government and Planned Parenthood is rate, since Missouri's health department declined to renew its licence. The case has drawn national attention because Missouri would become the first state since bro versus Wade decision back in seventy three legalized abortion across the
"louis canning" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Lead. The blues one thing first period, Saint Louis can clinch the Stanley Cup in game six tonight. Rothfield Darwin's, the French Open, CBS news is that more than just the headlines this is w CVS NewsRadio, eight eighty hits not o'clock. CBS news on the hour real news. Real reporting, I'm Gary non tariffs as leverage still in the president's arsenal. If Mexico fails to live up to the terms of the immigration daily says some of his critics say the strategy arriving at the agreement was overblown. Many Republicans were skeptical, including Missouri Senator, ROY blunt who seems to be having second thoughts. Probably the biggest message here is now not to Mexico, but to China that the president is clearly willing to use tariffs. And actually, the president believes that tariffs are significant positive economic tool blunt on CBS face. The nation now says the new deal between the us and Mexico's a good one protesters by the tens of thousands, perhaps up to a million demonstrated today in Hong Kong voicing their opposition to government sponsored legislation that would allow people to be extradited to mainland China to face an uncertain future. BBC correspondent James Robbins. Lakes into the night. A series of clashes between Hong Kong, police and protest determined to resist what they see as further erosion of their already.
Fate of Missouri's Last Abortion Clinic Hangs in the Balance
"Today. Missouri judge may decide the fate of that state's only remaining abortion clinic, a hearing his planned about whether the Planned Parenthood clinic in Saint Louis can continue to operate after state officials refused to renew its licence, Josh will make the best decision possible, the best decision to truly protect pregnant women and their children. That's Karen, no camber, who's with the archdiocese of Saint Louis, the
Missouri's last abortion clinic fights in court today
"Planned. Parenthood is going to court today in Missouri seeking a restraining order against state. Officials Planned Parenthood wants to make sure it's clinic in Saint Louis can continue to provide abortions. Missouri has declined to renew the clinics license if it shuts down Friday night, Missouri will become the first US state that does not have a clinic, providing abortions since nineteen
Missouri And Saint Louis discussed on Morning Edition
"Planned. Parenthood is going to court today in Missouri seeking a restraining order against state. Officials Planned Parenthood wants to make sure it's clinic in Saint Louis can continue to provide abortions. Missouri has declined to renew the clinics license if it shuts down Friday night, Missouri will become the first US state that does not have a clinic, providing abortions since nineteen seventy four
"louis canning" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Louis. Can you say? According to previously unreleased numbers from the department almost six thousand teachers have now applied for help. And of those so far twenty three hundred have been approved and their loans are getting turned back into grants. And the department says fewer than twenty teachers have been denied. So the vast majority who apply for help or getting it is just taking time to process all the applications. Diane, our Jones is acting under secretary and acting assistant secretary at the department from internal reports from the work that you did it was abundantly clear to us that there was a problem with teach grants turns out Jones served in the same role more than a decade ago when the rules known as regulations or rags were first written. We realized that there were certain things that seem like a good idea when we wrote the wreck, but they were just too cumbersome for students and unfairly so and so beyond the initial fix. For the teachers who got hurt the department is now making other big changes to for example. The department is agreed that grants should no longer be turned into loans just because of later incomplete annual paperwork. So what's the new rules are finalized district Coney in penalty that's been at the heart of a lot of these problems. It'll be gone. The department is also committing to help teachers who had their credit hurt hanging over this process, though has been one thorny question. What to do about teachers who lost their grants and then decided to change schools or quit teaching all together on the phone? Honestly, I cried at one point because I was like this isn't right. You know, it's not fair, Victoria, lipset talked for three years in a low income Phoenix school, but her grants got changed loans because of paperwork when her husband got into grad school, they moved and since he'd already lost her grants. Lips took a job at a school that doesn't qualify. The problem is that teachers need to complete their required teaching service within eight years. So. So even with the initial fix many teachers who changed schools live sack or who left the classroom wouldn't have had time to finish. In February libs at came to Washington DC to share her story with the government committee tasked with rewriting these rules living on a teachers salary at along come school had just enough to live. I love teaching, but I felt overwhelmed and feed it when my grant was converted that rules committee heard lip sack. And in a surprise move voted to expand the fix to include teachers like her it's now resetting the clock back to when teachers lost their grants that should give lip sack five more years to complete just one more year of required service. Yes, she'll need to change schools to qualify. And she says that's not ideal. But it will mean she doesn't have to pay upwards of twenty thousand dollars in loans. Now, I'm feeling really hopeful. Not only that she says she finally feels listened to for me as a teacher. It's awesome. Because then I can convey that to the students. Say, hey, you do have a voice you are citizens like you have a role in our government. The fix itself has had some problems. Many teachers have told NPR that some call center staff seemed unfamiliar with the new rules, and that the paperwork they're sent even after they got approved is really confusing advocates. Also were that the department won't do enough to reach out to teachers who need help Patrick well, and as an attorney at Public Citizen, litigation group there is relief available.
"louis canning" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"Yeah. On the one hand, I do sort of dread the idea of being consumed. Yeah, you know, all beings endeavor to persist in their own being Spinoza said that I heard about that from a Cup of coffee, but on the other hand. I guess on some level, I still hope that that I will kinda fill myself by being consumed. You know, I think that dream is still is still very much alive though. I, from being perfectly honest with you, you know, I do. I do sometimes fear that that moment is passed. I feel weird saying this, but. I could drink you. Right now. Yeah. I mean, I want I I want you, I'm thirsty, but I also I want this to be a good moment for you. I want you to be read. I don't want you to do it if you're not ready. Well. I'll make a deal with you. I've always said, I wanted to go with my eyes wide open unprepared to end it here. If you promise me that even if you're disgusted by tastes, you will finish the Cam. I, I will make you that promise. Is there anything you want to say to the humans, even countered the cans you've encountered the countertops you've known? I think. I think overall, I would say life is a gift and a blessing, and I don't believe anything ends, but everything's simply transforms into the next thing. I would say if I can be a little bit soft hearted and set to mental for a moment to. It's a gift to get to be anything at all. Well, maybe what we'll do in the just in the interest of of journalism is all all drink about half and then we'll check in again. Great. Do you wanna talk wall? I'm drinking you. I don't know. Okay. No, I wanna have the full experience. Okay, bro. Check in with you at the halfway Mark. All right. So I'm, I'm picking you up. Give me one second. Okay. Are you ready? This I have to say, feels delightful. It will. I guess. Cheers, cheers to you with you. Here's hoping for the best. I mean. You're, you are delicious. Thank you. You're very gentle. This is trippy feeling. I'm not gonna lie. All right. My first report. Feeling very spacious inside right now. God, I got room to be. Yeah. But I'm also I'm feeling the warmth of the Tommy. Very strange thing in two places at once spacious in my own body, but feeling warm and secure on your own. Tommy. Wow. All the sudden I find myself thinking about my body. I'm thinking about my body and I'm hoping my body is a good place for you. I think so. I don't mind telling you my first impression of the inside of your own Tommy. You seem to be taking pretty good carrier self. Thank you. Yeah. I m seeing some sweating things, some joy. I'm gonna. I'm gonna have a little more. You go ahead and finish me off. Okay. Are you? Are you still there. Everything. Choose produced by Jennifer mills and me, Ian chill. We got help this week from Emily speed, AC Sarah, Geiss MacKenzie, Fagin, evil, Chilver, and Bill Kurtis a very special, thanks to Stevie lane and just also teddy blanks. Adam, Squires chips. We're grateful to the reporting of Patrick win and Timothy organ on this. So we heard the song sheets to from the band mountains that's off their album. Coral, everything is alive is a proud member of radio topa from wrecks, and we are Turnley grateful to Jewish appear. Executive producer, Louis, the can of generic cola was played by Louis cornfield. Our website is everything's alive dot com. You can find us on Twitter at Ian Chile and on Instagram at a podcast. If there's a thing you want us to talk to let us know. We'll see you soon. Radio. Hey,
"louis canning" Discussed on Everything is Alive
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Secrets, you do not want to know that mattress secrets. Louis I, this might be awkward to talk about, but I feel like there's a hierarchy to sodas, at least in terms of how humans think about them at the top. There's, you know coke and Pepsi. And then there's seven up and sprite, and then there's these, you know, like your sunkissed and grape soda Fanta that are kind of at the bottom. I wonder if that does that hierarchy. Does it mean the same thing to you? Well, let me tell you something Fanta I mean, sure. Here in the US it's not the most sophisticated offering but overseas. It's huge by Japan. Use Fanta Fanta in Thailand. It's all over the place. If you walk down the street there, you'll see half open bottles of Fanta everywhere. Strawberry Fanta in particular everywhere. Just hanging out just like sitting on the the street just on the street because Uman's they're used strawberry Fanta as an offering to ghosts, so they leave it out on. The street because they're giving it to go, yes, friendly, ghosts according to local custom love, sweet red soda. So if you leave it out, it attracts them and the hang out around your house and protect you from, you know, whatever unfriendly goes. My come around who, I guess, don't love. We read soda right, do do you know what it is about strawberry Fanta in particular because of the color. So there's a theory that it's because they can't do blood offerings anymore. And so strawberry Fanta which is another, you know, read viscous liquid would be the next best thing strawberry Fanta among the sodas available to us looks the most like blood. Yeah, which I personally don't see. Okay, but you know, it's a Thailand thing. We humans. We think a lot about, you know, spirits or early, you know what might happen to us after we die. Do you as a cola? Do you think about that the afterlife? Yeah. Oh, yeah. How do you not think about it all the time? Yeah, because I'm. Reaching that age myself. I'm probably not going to be around that much longer you are. I mean you are recyclable. Yeah, which opens up a whole other conversation. You know, my my body, my can will almost certainly be re re purposed. And then that leads me to ask questions of, like, well, have I already been repurpose? I don't know. You could have been any number of sodas or or anything else and airplane. I could've been. I actually when I was younger, I used to have a recurring nightmare that I was. There was a plane crashing. There was an ocean and a beach, and in the it was nighttime and it was raining and there was a plane crashing on the beach and used to like to think that in a previous existence, I was part of an airplane, and this was some sort of memory that had traveled with me. Maybe part of like, I don't know ventilation system on board of seven, forty, seven or something you referred to your, your can as your body or your body is your can. Is there an equivalent between, you know, a human stock about body and soul is is I'm sorry. No, I'm only sighing because I wish I had the answer to this question. Is there an equivalency? Yes. He s the body mind problem that human beings have been dealing with since the days of Descartes. Something all too familiar to us cans of so two am I just a can am i. soda? What does it mean to be soda? My part of the larger ocean of soda out there just the individuation. So my soda interacting with a can and Mike can being slowly eaten away by the soda inside me fought about this a lot. Yeah, I don't have an answer, but it's something I wrestle with all the time. What am I fundamentally once the sodas gone, the canned remains, but by by me, I think, yeah, who knows? Who knows? These are the mysteries that permeate every level of since as far as I know. I have to say, I think I think about the type of Kanyare with the pull tab. And then I think about other cans in the kitchen, you know, like a soup can. I don't know if you know any soup can. I know couples who can't and it occurs me. You are so lucky. Because I think about the way a soup can. It's open that the I can opener to me seems like torture device it is, and let me tell you something else to the. I thank God every day of my life that I was not born a candid minestrone soup. I least have lived a life. I know where I've been. You know, I'm not all of my dreams may have necessarily come true. I may have taken a couple of bad turns here and there, but at least at the end of the day, I've been witness to my own life. These poor bastards are stuck in these soup cans. We talked about hermetically sealed. They lose all sense of time and perspective. When you open a can of soup, when they wake up, they have no idea how much time has passed. They're like astronauts coming out of cryogenic freeze, and they're all spaced out the completely disoriented. They don't know what's going on, and they're wakeup call is being torn open by these damn can openers what are nightmare of an existence flesh. His literally busted open only to wake up into a world that they don't know anything about. All the rest of stay away from the cans of soup. And I'll be honest with you. I feel awful about it, but whenever I try to talk to super, a are weird. You've mentioned that you're, you're feeling like you're nearing the end of your life. Oh, yeah. What do you feel old or. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Oh, very much. I know for vacuum, I can look at my inspiration. Okay. And can I ask how close you are t. minus two weeks to go? My friend. Wow. So what but you could keep going on after that? Just I, it's not recommended, but I could does it seem. I mean, I think about this with you because, and I'm sorry, I have this isn't the right way to put it, but it seems like your purpose is to be consumed by human. And so you know, we all want to serve our purpose. We wanna be useful and yet for you, the moment of your use is the moment where you are no more, and I wonder if that's something you anticipate with optimism or if it feels like you know approaching the paradoxes and it is. Yeah.
"louis canning" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"Hey, everyone in here a quick favored. Ask it's time for our annual audience survey. So we're hoping you could take a few minutes to share some information about yourself and give us a little feedback about the show. It'll take less than ten minutes, and it is a really big help. Just visit survey, nerds dot com. Slash alive. That's survey. Nerds dot com. Slash alive the nerds or us. Not you and thanks so much. Let's let's just start settle in. Have you introduce your self force? My name is Louis and I am can of Gota cola. That's Storebrand Goto g. to go. So it's similar to Coca Cola similar people, call it a knockoff. I've been called the best of the worst. You know, if you wanted to get my honest opinion, I believe in a blind taste test, your average person wouldn't be able to tell the difference between me and a can of regular Coca-Cola. But yeah, bottom shelf we can describe it comfortably. His bottom shelf. I met peace with that. Literally on the most of the time. Yeah. Okay. Well, I, there's, there's a lot I want to talk to you about today. Do you need any water or anything? No, I'm completely self-contained. I want to ask you about your time before you ended up in the fridge, you're in now, so you you, I take it. Were you were in a supermarket? Yup. And where where were you? I was going to Safeway. I was bought at a case, so there were twenty four of us. We were all purchased together and actually our next residents was a bowling alley for a twelve year old birthday party. I saw most of the rest of my case drunk at that party. I was not drunk. I was saved for later and brought home and put into a refrigerator and then forgotten about for a few months placed in the back of the fridge. Sure. I froze in the fridge was in the very back and the temperature got very cold. I didn't freeze all the way through, but I had a frozen couple of weeks pretty learn your slushy inside. I was lush inside. Yeah. And I had a brief adventure. When they realized I was still in the fridge, and they took me out for a road trip. I got to sit in the front seat Cup holder, you know? Yeah. And I took a little fun road trip down to Florida. And then back again and they never got around to drinking the on that trip, and they put me back in the fridge, and that's where I've been ever since. It sounds like you were almost chosen so many time. What does it feel like when you're say at this birthday party and you're waiting for your moment. We ever seen the movie jaws. Yeah. So you know the story that that Robert Shaw tells to rob ROY Scheider and the other guy. Anyway, you know the story about the USS Indianapolis or he's in the water, and the sharks are coming, and he's waiting to be picked off and he's waiting and having that long dark night and one by one is his friends go. That's kind of what it was like. For me, it was terrifying. And on the one hand, I was very angry at human beings for being in this position to consume us. And then on the other hand, I was also very angry how come you didn't wanna consume me. Yeah. When you when you think about being consumed by human, do you think about the human that you wanna be in. If and when I'm finally consumed, I hope I'm consumed by someone who enjoys it. But I like to imagine. That if you're drunk immediately that instead of being painful process, there's the sort of first moment of relief. The is cracked open. All of this internal fizzing that I have going on finally has somewhere to go. Just sort of round out from your external. Can we have that last moment where you're filling your purpose and beginning to blend in with this human being and you become part of their story. Truthfully, here's how I expect to go assuming that I am consumed. I'm expecting. It's going to happen in the middle of the night. We're, I'm not waiting for it and someone's going to open the fridge and pull me out. And that'll be that. It would be nice to be poured into nice, big pine glass. You know. Frosty Naga be pretty good way to go. Happy pleasant. You know, I doubt that's going to happen though. They don't reserve frosty mugs for Goto colas. That's just another one of those facts of life. How did you see jaaz? Oh, the human being who lives in my house was watching jaws. They took me out of the fridge and kept me on the table. And I thought this is it. This is my big moment. Kind of part of me. There was the Robert Shaw scene where he's telling the story of the Indianapolis, and I was thinking, boy, this is just too perfect. This would be amazing and he was reaching for me. He was going to go for me. And then at the last minute, you know, another human being came into the house and scolded him on not drinking soft drinks. I pulling back in the fridge. Wow. Yeah, I would have been perfect. Yeah. You know, I should ask you. There's a lot of talk right now about the health effects of soft drinks. People tend to think of of them as very unhealthy shouldering d, do you feel unhealthy? Do I feel unhealthy.
"louis canning" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"This is too crazy from abc i don't fabricating thank you stay modest a this date rape poop under a vegan ted talk speak tough at the behest no doubt sit down leon ruined three elliot's new home for hip hop and bigwigs bankroll every morning at seven twenty eight twenty nine twenty two louis lou the thirteenth schooling louis louis on a question question you ever news out that says due to new californian law pot pot shops have until sunday to sell all their noncompliant marijuana or it must be destroyed so you say that everyone's just selling marijuana for like eighty percent off got the compliance because he's legit you gotta be comprised at everything has to be labeled package in everything whether it's whether it's in the put it in like jars just everything itself has to have labels and everything has to be on there so that's the new law i guess to smoke for years yeah here that's the guy who smoke i'm never going to be able to oh yeah if i do smoke is going to be with louis can i know we're going to hang up with you.
"louis canning" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To be a man then what are they going to turn men into what do you think is the alternative if masculinity is a problem then one of these guys going to become may related story democrats losing support of millennials this according to a new reuters poll reuters is panicked over this democrats are losing support among the millennial block of voters survey found that forty six percent of respondents said they would vote for the democrat candidate over the republican in their congressional district that numbers down nine points used to be fifty five percent said they would back democrat announced forty six percent reuters noted that support for democrats is particularly fading among white millennials while forty seven percent of white millennials said they would vote for the democrat candidate in two thousand sixteen only thirty nine percent said they vote for the democrat this year what what what does that do to the blue wave because the millennials are supposedly going to be leading the blue wave here young people fed up with trump fed up with trump is fed up with rampant masculinity as personified by trump this poll was of six thousand millennial voters it was conducted online from january to march of this year so if those e them for the democrat party is waiming among millennials i wonder why that would be why why would this be happening is if the tax cuts are working is it reality of some kind that perception of reality is setting in has the boost and disposable income affected the thinking of indoctrinated millennials are they exhausted after two years of hysteria brought to them by late night comedians and social media could it be that two years or a year and a half of threats and panic over what's going to happen because of trump isn't happening i don't know asking the questions open ended louis can take a stab at why it's changing but that's for later the fact that it is is noteworthy on another companion story a rebirth of self reliance food stamp welfare medicaid disability roles are all dropping under trump the department of agriculture which runs the food stamp program by the way the food stamp programs real name is the supplemental nutrition assistance program and the.
"louis canning" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Gray triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three pat unleashed on twitter is louis in utah you're on the blaze high hi how are you good hey i just want to tell the embassador in spanish slowly clarification for him okay we're going to do with her brother all right by most upper to have molest out from data going north military so hopefully you got i don't know what that was but what was that just for clarification for us we are going to protect our our military pretty well sums it up and louis can you add in one more phrase in say this spanish for me please if you could translate this mr embassador putt that in your pipe and if yeah for shit like that should clear it up cleared up there are some clarification for you geronimo skyrocketing crime i think we talked about this a little bit yesterday this is becoming a really big story the baltimore exodus there they have a hundred year population low as you know the democrat control there for the last sixty eight years while sixty four at sixty eight years don't exaggerate four years a republican was chari and he didn't fix it knows for years nope you didn't so they've got crime got high taxes they've got murder and is so there is a mass exit exodus from baltimore maryland which after you get used to it is a pretty great city.
"louis canning" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"With him at the monte carlo they'll tell that barry luik ends and was it three sodomy sean very nova tive at that time because it was the first french chef was switching butter and cream with olive oil and it was the first one will brought vegetables into the pan and a plate so what was it like working with costs at louis kaz just give us a couple examples something he was doing that you just said why you know never seen that before yeah it was like it was a dream you know at that time the was another place like that in the word to cast was able to do whatever he wants in in in just that alltel you know yet the top floor with a very traditional restaurant yet the main floor very casual and the garden on on the piazza that was louis cans and then you add a room called salam peer for the kings they were the guests of ronnie era you know the prince of monaco and so do castes what he did with me he said you can do whatever you want you choose and i remember one of the key point of my career was when i left the they'll tell and i met him in the lobby it look at me and he said so i feel i said i feel great you know it's an incredible experience but they have to go back now and he said to me so did you take knows do you have something i said yeah i have a book full of notes and it's it's incredible is beautiful and sat show show me you know what it is.
"louis canning" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"I'm glad you made it there's a one in where he said there's a half bottle of water in there in the bathroom would you do about it why didn't you bring him a sip was it full when you got there oh bathroom water glow all right so here's came works at him and for anybody else who might be wondering you know we're going to get a couple of names of actors and actresses who've hopefully been in lots of movies and then starting with louis c one that last game i'm gonna take turns naming movies that either one of those people's going in if you can't think of when you're out but i play along on this one but each and every one of you has a lifeline the person you're playing for like amy could go to tinker and and louis can go to indiana dray brand and you guys get the idea one time you can go to your lifeline and i just like to throw out a strategy point sometimes it's good to get your lifeline early josh why would it be your life yeah yeah because when you can't think of one late in the game they probably can't either the internet on their phone a friend sitting next to them they're not using the internet but you're right about shit don't use your internet evil come to this show hairs don't don't turn your screen all the way down in between your lex lydia don't worry.
"louis canning" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"If you just joined us you're listening to my awesome empire i'm anthony calvillo and we're speaking with louis forte the author of hailu we take a look at this my time with you'll hauser which chronicles the amazing adventures shared with old during his many years as a cameraman and visual director of california gold on pbs so louis tell us about that book title well as we went along shooting the california gold series of you'll started talking to louis which was i in he in a sense to give me direction as to where he was going to go so he would say oh louie take a look at this so he would point at the direction he was going to report to and so that then everyone wanted to know who this louis guy was in it became this mystery guy behind the scenes and pretty soon everyone was asking where's louis whereas louis can we don't see louis louis behind the camera and so when after he'll passed away and chapman university honored him with that doctorate they came to me and they said you need to write a book about your adventures behind the scenes because you're the only one that knows the stories and and i didn't know anything about book writing so they said you have to call it louis take a look at this and because that was kind of the theme and so it so i said okay so louis take a look at this and that's what came about how many stories did you to produce.
"louis canning" Discussed on KTRH
"The all the matter let's say of a solar system is collected together informs on a disc shape with it apparently it looks like a rubber bumper uh is goes completely around these many galaxies to deflect off any faith in in the universe that would bump into it uh you can check this out you know you can check out merck merging galaxies you can check out of the magnificent sombrero galaxy and you're right and you know what else this reminds me of fill yeah did you see the end of the xfiles two nights ago the mandela hilbert okay i'm not going to give it away then but you can which would i want you to do go watch the xfiles and when you get to the and and they talk about the wall and you'll understand it's exactly what you're talking about there but uh send me a tweet in twitter and go you know church isoed and you were right and in the meantime philby safe out there my friend both flood yummy thank you feel great phone call did you guys catch the end of the xfiles did you see a dan you did see the xfiles wait a minute you are my engineer in here on coast to coast right and you're telling me you haven't watched the xfiles clean out your desk i'm just letting you know run there are certain rules in our community dan and the xfiles as one of them this is something you can't break okay you're going to do it tonight he says he's going to do it tonight with that let's go to cannes in st louis can your up next on coast candid you see the last episode of xfiles loik did not okay can be okay we can't call into the show go all right good what's on your mind they.
"louis canning" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Um incredible like it was like a on how to describe it it was like this hat documentary almost her like this art film about elephants in water they'd be swimming in water bringing out for a second i you might be able to bring it up was like these elephants and his camera and had these elephants in water and then this woman like you know kind of like riding on their trunk in it's it's like really hypnotic but it's a one thing i kept his newly things i down i would that was the one thing was also below fit can we import now it was making me lurlene charles would have an arts thing so cool type in arts thing and there is usac like oh we dump defined anyways elephant riding water nuts an art thing fuck it's me elephant and water knows that documentary just put elephant water it's louis can be of and swimming in water others the move on alana slicking offense and water um like guys on thomas can meet lowering is it is it wanted elephants now as a great movie was this is what are you we impossible to find guys itself quotes art there's elephants the watterson see it off now i want you to see it uh swimming in water is there is there at all i think no let's just two three r better be nauseous when you are low check it out maybe on on we're not finding of yours.
"louis canning" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Last year was phenomenal that would certainly be in the mix i probably would have last year's game 7 as a second best of all time i think 1991 when jack morris the judge john smoltz in the braves one to nothing i think that probably would be number one for me and then number three for me would be two thousand one where the yankees dynasty yankees having won three straight championships four and five years they lose in the bottom of the ninth inning a louis can solve hit in the 1960 bill mazeroski walk off all run in the bottom of the ninth inning of a crazy tendonitis victory over the yankees and i'm sure josh remember it's one of the most amazing stats about that game 7 of 19 60 now many strikeouts that were registered in that game educate me zero there were no strikeouts in that game what a different time that was i know putting the ball in play go figure three more here bus were clearing out the in this one from alan deacon allen deacon nineteen 64 hey buster with the emergence of austin barnes as a premier catcher does that make use money grinned doll expendable yes i would be surprised if he is money grand all is on the dodgers next year pk steinberg that puk steinberg of course and says do the astros have the promise of sustainable competitiveness similar to that astros squad from 1997 through two thousand six will and can they do better than those late 90s early 2000s squads in houston.
"louis canning" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Of racial discrimination bad for business sanded has nervous conventioneers call in st louis hotels that according to explore a saint most president katie rackliff where we have a number of group on whose members are expressing real concern i mean there the nwpp is a very credible civil rights organization but while she says she respects their mission of racial equality she says thirty eight other states have the same discrimination standards as the misery legislature just past and she thinks the end alesi cp should issue advisories for all of those states and not just missouri kamel x news time 406 monsanto since it's closing monday august 21st that he had the total solar eclipse the agribusiness giant says it wants to be sure everyone in st louis can witness the event with those most important to them they also hope employees take the opportunity to use the eclipse to inspire the next generation of scientists and i konic st rose neighborhood gateway has dimmed damaged we've learned that late this morning a large trash truck it's unclear from what company came through down manchester and had a large apparatus on top of it that hooked the sign that adorns the eastern part of the neighborhood on manchester near sarah it appears that some of the lighted neon bars are out of place some of the the some of the trim that adorned the bottom of the silent some of the sites have followed off uh along manchester at it's unclear from people on scene how long this is going to take to fix or if it can't be fixing if it can't be fix how much it's going to cost in the grove alec steigman newsradio eleven twenty kmox ten people sickened by a suspicious package in the mail room of the irs building in downtown kansas city kansas city fire department spokesman james garrett says they complained a feeling ill some were vomiting after the package arrived at the building today he says two people were taken to an area hospital st luke's hospital spokeswoman laura gifford says the victims are in good condition the building was not evacuated and has returned to business the fire department says the package was checked for gases and fumes they have not determined the contents kmox news time four oh seven from the business bank of.