35 Burst results for "Louis L."
Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything
"Are not an ideal outfit for running now. They might sound unfamiliar to our ears today. But these puffed up pantaloons once grace the bottom halves and cavs of plenty of young women in the early nineteen. Hundreds there called pup tent bloomers because as pants. They're so big that they kinda look like those pup tents that soldiers would cover themselves in while sleeping underneath the stars even if you don't think they look like pup tents and i'll be the first to admit that they don't exactly in the nineteen ninety s. We would call these things hammer pants but they probably used about as much fabric as a pup tent did they were big bill louis and could balloon with air so not good athletic. Wear for someone trying to run fast. They'd catch the wind like a sail. Nevertheless there stood young. Bobbie rosenfeld at the starting line of a foot race that she hadn't even planned on running. She was being cheered on by oliver softball teammates wearing her wind. Grabby it's pup tent. Bloomers she was at a citywide picnic plate in a softball game but knowing how fast she was on the base paths. Her teammates convinced her to enter a one hundred meter dash. That just happened to be taking place nearby. She said yes without much thought and the next thing she knew the starting pistol was fired. Twelve point one seconds later bobby crossed the finish line before anyone else seemingly out of nowhere. A man came running up to her asking questions. Like where did you come from. Who are you. Have you run in competition before. And when he asked her if she knew who she had beaten. Bobby shrugged and said no. He told her that she had beaten canadian champion. Rosa gross. Bobby thought that was pretty cool. Then he asked. Do you know how faster time was bobby again. Said no he told her. It was twelve point. One seconds. The canadian record.
Politico Reports How Democrats Are Losing Ground in 'School Equity Plans'
"There's a story in politico. By Maggie Sevens. If that is your name. People are scared. Democrats lose ground on school equity plans Oh, I got my attention. An immigrant who came to the United States from the Soviet Union. She's a registered Democrat from Cemetery County, California. She's alarmed over her state's new model, ethnic studies curriculum. Which sites critical race. There is a key theoretical framework and pedagogy. I want to remind you, it's critical race theory. Member. That word theory. This is, In fact, it's not history. It's not substance. It's racism Dressed up a scholarship. It is Louis Farrakhan is, um, that's what it is. With an end game of Marxism. I firmly believe that if the vast majority of Californians and Americans knew about this and about the content of this type of curriculum, this would not be happening. We would not be having this conversation, Kaplan said. Registered Democrat who voted for Biden. Kaplan, who has launched an email list, set up meetings with state legislators and recruited people to meet with their school boards to discuss ethnic studies. Uh, a Let's see here. They're up in arms over their school systems. New equity initiatives, which they argue are costly and divisive, encouraging students to group themselves by race and take proactive stances. Proponents of the initiatives say they are long overdue. Uh, toward getting rid of systemic racism in the school system. The national level. Democrats have insisted that the brush fires over critical race theory. Largely the work of right wing activists who willfully misrepresent what it means. And they blame Fox News for fanning parents anger of folks. These people are all liars, or they have no idea what they're talking about.
All Areas of Society Are Crumbling Under Joe Biden
"What are we going to do when Iran has nukes? What are we going to do on China's on the move? What are we going to do with all the hypersonic warfare machine? The hypersonic warm, fair machine that That Putin who why are we focused on Cuba? Well, he's one of the ones we need to focus on. He's focused on us. While they're building those weapons. Meanwhile, we're flatlining our military. We're spending time teaching them how to be a little Louis Farrakhan's Public is not stupid. They figured it out. We just have to make sure the vote is honest and straightforward. Every Republican to win. So I've told you before. It's a legitimate well that George W. Busted like for a college. You know that's racist. Don't you know? Well, you know that Reagan with his two massive slant side. Yeah, yeah, he was signaling to the South, you know? They had a whole new Southern strategy down there. He was signaling to the racist. She's me got almost 60% of the vote doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. Because Trump was installed by the Russians. Whatever you do, don't count the votes again. Don't do audits in, uh, in in Arizona, you know, same media telling us Why are they running from audits? Why do they care? What do they care? Nervous. Just ask him. There's not a single area of this society. That's in good shape under this presidency. In fact, so much of the areas in this society are crumbling.
New York City, California Order Government Workers to Get COVID Vaccine
"New York City will require all city workers to get coronavirus vaccines by mid September or get weekly covid 19 testing. If not, this is about keeping people safe. This is about making sure our families get through Covid. Okay, This is about bringing back jobs. You name it, California's governor, announcing they'll require proof of vaccination or weekly testing for all state workers and health care employees as well. ST Louis Mayor reimposing the mask mandate their civil
Cameron Champ Fends off Heat to Win 3M Open by 2 Strokes
"Despite struggling with heat related dehydration down the closing stretch japonesa Q. and a season changing win at the three M. open at the TPC Twin Cities I know this is the player I can be and it's allowing myself to be that player so it has nothing to do with putting stats are driving stats are iron stats the twenty six year old posted a final round five under sixty six to finish at fifteen under to secure a come from behind two shot victory of the Johnny Vegas on the south Africans Louis is Tyson and Charles what's so the victory was champs third career win on tour that's significantly turned around a very indifferent season which has seen him make the cut in just half of the events he's played on ground like us
The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.
"In the us in that fourth wave of covert. There could be a major shift in the cdc's mask recommendations men. An alarming number of new cases. Nationwide making fitzgerald has the latest tonight. The worst case scenario among the unvaccinated. If you're like going back into battle again and it's definitely it's definitely a another way. The highly contagious delta variant fuelling a surge of new cases across the country dire warnings from the nation's top. Dr going into the fall with the delta variant we could have a really serious problem with a considerable surge of infections the variant sweeping through the south texas arkansas and florida accounting for forty percent of new cases in the country but in miami thousands packing a stadium for a live concert here literally drowning and people as the cdc now says they could recommend mass for the fully vaccinated indoors joining cities like los angeles. St louis and new orleans but in arkansas a new law banning mass mandates goes into effect. This week it's important and not to have the current debate about mask wearing but have the current emphasis on getting a vaccine only forty nine percent of the country's fully vaccinated those without the shots making up ninety nine point five percent of cova deaths frontline workers once again with urgent please to the public. We are seeing younger patients. All unvaccinated are sicker. Dr michael building has been working in the cove award in fayetteville arkansas. Since the start of the pandemic he seeing more kobe patients now than ever before. What would it mean. The union collie more people vaccinated less pain and suffering and call less families to tell them their their loved. Ones didn't make it.
What Inspired Obama's 2009 Beer Summit?
"Will see over the course of this episode but i know that all of us think the beer summit is this sort of like sneaky really important moment in the obama presidency. I'm glad we're finally getting to it. kelly where do you start with the sort of incident itself crowley and gates on this doorstep. The neighbors calling the cops. What else do you feel like is important to know about that moment. And then we'll get to the obama white house invitation. Well henry louis gates. It said that he was returning from a major tip. He had just got back into the country from china. So i can imagine. He is jet lagged. He is weary and he has a lost or misplaced his keys so he's trying to get into his home And has has has his driver help him to try to break into his own house And in that process neighbor sees. What's going on. Look suspicious to her so she called the cops and when the cops show up. I think henry louis gates was a bit miffed. If you will that someone would be questioning him about breaking into his own home. I'm sure he said. Do you know who i am harvard for. I'm sure that was part of the exchange But it's also sort of interesting. Because henry louis gates junior also walks with the came. He has a physical disability. And so the idea that he would be breaking into a home himself just did not make sense. And i'm sure a cursory look into the home could also showed you pictures of himself in the house in which he lived. There were a lot of clues contact clones. That would have told you that maybe this is all a misunderstanding but before it could get to that place it escalated and here. We have the beer
Farmer Sparks Reds Comeback for 6-5 Win Over Cardinals
"Tyler Stephenson sacrifice fly in the eighth inning steps up bye bye tied the rates going to beat the cardinals in the opening game of a three game series six to five in Cincinnati with one out just trying to find something to hit elevated enough to just sit in the air obviously I'd be fine with striking out and not didn't double play just give Joe a shot and luckily it paid off Joey Votto goes three for five with a pair of RBIs while cal farmer goes three for four with a solo home run in a you had your Suarez drives in a run for the Reds who will the game and a half ahead of the Redbirds incident second place in the AL central six and a half games behind first place Milwaukee Paul Goldschmidt and here's a bigger hit home runs for St Louis I'm Mike Reeves
Oklahoma New Virus Cases Top 1,000 for Third Day
"The government continues its push to get more people vaccinated against cope with nineteen while some municipalities look at new virus restrictions the city of Saint Louis is about to impose a mask mandate to address a sharp increase included nineteen cases spurred by the delta variant masks will be mandatory in indoor public places and public transportation even for those who are vaccinated president Biden campaigning for a candidate in Virginia again urged people to get the shots if you're fully vaccinated you're safer with a hardware protection but if you're not vaccinated you are not a baton Rouge Dr Vincent Shaw think social media's driving some of the reluctance of university of medicine is not what I follow or subscribe to movie nineteen cases of nearly tripled in the US over the last two weeks driven by the explosion of the new delta variant I'm Jackie Quinn
'The View From Somewhere' Exposes the Dangerous Myth of 'Objective' Reporting
"Into that set of questions, walked a marketplace reporter named Louis Raven Wallace, who penned the post and medium called Objectivity is dead. And I'm okay with that. Promptly leading to his firing While is then wrote a book called The View From Somewhere Deconstructing Notions of Objectivity. I asked him this was in April. What's the prevailing argument? Four objectivity. Well, obviously, it depends on your interpretation of what we mean by objectivity. But there was this idea that emerged early in the 19 hundreds and was really codified. In the middle of the century. That reporter would be most accurate and fair. If they were detached. You know, journalists were basically News scientists who just investigated news in a very neutral way, and, of course, objectivity in science has also been d band, but I think the overall concept was we used this methodology. We use it without bringing ourselves in and that gets us closer to the truth. And that differentiates us from people who do propaganda. That's the positive reason for objectivity. The more negative reason that I see is this perception thing of we want people to think that we are neutral that we are unbiased. And so we strive for that appearance, no matter what this is what N y u professor Jay Rosen. Cause the production of innocence. Yeah, and in my book, I talk about it as a sort of purity ritual that we're going to take these people who might make us seem like we are ideological. You know, these gay activists or black lives matter advocates and we're going to make sure that they are outside of our doors.
The Complex Task of Public Safety Reform
"Jones is the mayor of saint louis missouri before that she served as the city's treasurer in the missouri house of representatives. When she was sworn in this spring she became the city's first black female mayor. I'm pleased to have her on the show to talk to us about her approach to politics and what it means to her to be progressive and pragmatic. Welcome mayor jones. Thank you for having me. So in your inauguration speech you said. I am not naive in my of progressive public policy. What does that mean. That means that. I know that sometimes as i pursue progressive policies that i will be met with resistance so i am expanding what public safety means in my city and really transforming the meaning of public safety In public safety is everything that keeps you safe in your neighborhoods and in your homes and some of the things that i have proposed to do the we're working on right now. are adding more social workers to the police department and using coal responder model where officers an licensed clinical social workers go out on certain calls. The
Kim Earns 5th Straight Win on Birthday, Cards Beat Cubs 3–2
"Kwon hyun Kim earned his fifth straight victory in the cardinal summer twice in a three two win over the cubs Kimmel out two runs on two hits and a walk with seven strikeouts in six innings he had tossed twenty four two thirds consecutive scoreless frames before Jake Marisnick hit a two run double in the fourth no one are not only doing Carlson provided a long pause as St Louis moved a game over five hundred for the first time since June twentieth Carlson likes where they're sitting right now no doubt about it we got a great group of group of guys in that clubhouse and we got we got a lot of the games left and you know where you go out there and win as many as we possibly can definitely today was a big one the homers came off advert else ally who allowed four hits over six innings I'm the ferry
Biden Makes False Claims About Used Car Prices
"Joined by. Jim talent who has No stranger to election. But before i go to the question of jcp. Oh a to point out. jim in the last segment. I was asking people if they bought a car. 'cause the president last night said this. Let's play this for senator talent. President biden on buying a car. First of all good news is economy is picking up significantly. It's rational about it. The cost of an automobile kind of back to what it was before the pandemic all right. So senator talent. That's nuts callers have confirmed that's not so when the president is coherent. He's out of touch a mistake. Like that is kind of a bad mistake at george. H w bush not known what the price of milk is yes. Anybody was watching. I think most americans probably gave it a miss. He's focusing focusing on the production in the problem is the fed's increase the money supply over the last year. By what about thirty percents yes. It just added zeros. Which is the modern equivalent of printing money. And there's no way. The economy is going to increase production. Enough to cancel out the inflationary effects of that. And i just got regular callers. Call it in penn Ten thousand dollars more than a car. They bought the previous year with fewer miles. The president doesn't know. When do you think the last time. Joe biden bought. A car is senator talent. Oh probably what forty years ago. Not you know what. I don't know i don't know he did when he was in the senate but he hasn't for awhile and certainly not last few months. I mean my wife told me a couple of weeks ago that Here in saint louis. They were going to buy a car and they'd actually tell you they were increasing the sticker price sticker the sticker price not the price which i'm in my sixty four years. I've never heard of neither vine sticker prices. The starting point being if you just pay it
Flawless Finish: Morikawa Wins British Open for 2nd Major
"Twenty four year old Collin Morikawa has posted a come from behind victory to be Jordan space by two shots at the British open I just one more you know when you when you're in these moments and you truly love what you do which I love playing golf and competing against these guys this is the best moment ever because the nerves push you to just be a better person the Californian who won the PGA championship as a rookie last year became the first player to win two different marriages at his first attempt and he did with a final round sixty six that gave him a total of fifteen under space when the rice was second with a closing sixty six to finish at thirteen under it was another near miss the Louis who stays and who fell back into a tie for third with Jon Rahm after disappointing seventy one I'm grand like us
Morikawa wins British Open for 2nd major at age 24
"Twenty four year old Collin Morikawa has posted a come from behind victory to be Jordan space by two shots at the British open the Californian who won the PGA championship as a rookie last year became the first player to win two different marriages at his first attempt and he did with a final round sixty six that gave him a total of fifteen under space when the rice was second with a closing sixty six to finish at thirteen under it was another near miss for Louis who stays and who fell back into a tie for third with Jon Rahm after disappointing seventy one rom strong finish means he will now reclaim the world number one ranking I'm grand like us
Navy Christens USNS John Lewis on Anniversary of Civil Rights Icon's Death
"Marked the one year anniversary of the death of Georgia Congressman John Lewis, a civil rights icon. To mark the anniversary. A Navy ship was named after him. News NATIONS Alexander the moon reports Chris in the John Lewis. One year after the death of Congressman John Lewis. The Navy christened the USNS Jean Louis in his honor because John Lewis was a warrior speaker Nancy Pelosi in more than 30. Members of Congress were at the ceremony. What is most important at this critical time? And what would please my uncle most is the passing of the John Lewis voting rights bill. Democrats say that John Lewis Voting Rights Act would help restore protections and required jurisdictions with a history of racial voting discrimination. Receive federal pre approval before changing their voting rules. There is doubt as to whether or not the John Lewis voting rights bill will be able to pass the Senate.
Kim Extends Shutout Streak, Leads Cardinals Past Giants 3-1
"What young Kim allows three hits over six shutout innings the cardinals three one win over the giants the right hitters now five and five after winning his fourth consecutive start Kim is not allowed a run in his last twenty one innings Tyler o'neill hits a solo home run a Paul Goldschmidt adds a two run shot for St Louis coach minutes homered in three straight games the preferred to focus on the contributions of Kim is very important or club not just last year and so this whole year and last year too so you know he battled some injuries and you know I wouldn't able to kinda you know pitch for a little bit but you know now is able to make a bunch starts in a row and then been huge for us and gives us a great chance to win every time he's on the mound Anthony DeSclafani takes the loss he's now ten and four I'm Mike briefs
Oosthuizen Leads After 3 Rounds at the Open, Morikawa 1 Back
"Despite struggling on the final nine holes south African Louis used taste and has maintained his position on top of the British open leaderboard and will take a one shot lead over California's Collin Morikawa into the final round is Tyson made a crucial late birdie at the sixteenth the move Clea after sixty nine moved him to twelve under bar cabinet picked up to back down birdies to post sixty eight Jordan Spieth bogeyed the final two holes of the day but he's sixty nine still has him in third place at nine under Corey Conners and Scottie Scheffler are in touch next at eight under and US open champion Jon Rahm is among those five shots back I'm grandma gods
"louis l." Discussed on The Book Review
"And joins us now from cambridge massachusetts. He is the author of the metaphysical club and his newest book is called the free world art and thought in the cold war luke. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me so you are actually in the widener library at harvard university as we speak. That's correct. yes. I'm in the office in the stacks in which i wrote the entire book and i don't think i could have written a book if i hadn't had access to these incredible library resources at harvard. How long did you spend researching the book. Do you tend to do all of your research and then begin writing or do you do both as you go along. I spent about ten years on the book. And i do research for each chapter and i write that chapter and then move onto the next chapter. So he's chapter took a long time to do. Because i wanted to do a fair amount of research to get a feel for the period a feel for what other written about it so you had this all outlined then presumably before you began writing. No the only thing i had outlined was i knew where i wanted to begin which is nineteen forty five at the end of the second world war and i knew the finish line was nineteen sixty five which is the year. The united states intervened militarily in south vietnam. So those were sort of bookends of the book. And then i kinda followed my nose through the period just sort of see where it was going at a certain point as you approach your the horizon that you set for yourself. Nineteen sixty five. You begin to see something happening that you want to capture. So i didn't start out with a thesis exactly. I just wanted to tell the story as it unfolded historically and then. I discovered the doing that. What what the trend lines were that. I tried to sort of hit on those as i was going through it. But he's chapter is sort of a separate book in a takes up at different subject to differ figure different movement and tries to sort of you know capsule it with. That's all about new moves onto another
"louis l." Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Finebaum show our one podcast very pleasant and good afternoon here. We have made it to thursday and we appreciate you making time for us here and a lot to do today and we are going to get right to it in the times. They are a changing yes. According to the headline here changes in fall camps. Some of the biggest changes are upon us. And we're going to spend a lot of time talking about that today and ross dellinger. The author of that article is going to join us shortly but certainly The nc double a. and everyone else conversing and talking and obviously this is going to be so much different than obviously last year and perhaps in previous years. Hey we talked about spring games. And they're not done yet. They're a couple of really big ones this weekend and one particular in oxford mississippi where the bo will take place and by the way a demand that all eyes will be on in that game. Matt chorale will join us shortly. There are a number of other string games as well this weekend and we have talked about we will. We will talk about them all this week. Meanwhile down in arkansas lot happening there and we talked to Coach coach pittman the other day. And he's pretty good about where everything was. What a baseball as well so we will move on. Meanwhile that wilson getting some draft love continues to come in for him and is he a lock for the for the jets. We'll talk about that in a minute. And our first guest. Is louis riddick who has been in. A few front offices played the game as well. And we'll be with us momentarily. As i mentioned matt corral as well rosh dellinger from sports illustrated. He joins us a little bit later on as well in quite a few other guests. And we as you as you can imagine. We're a week away from the nfl draft and christie fraud. Join us in the final hour barrett salih as he looks ahead to the sec. I get some phone calls. And we begin with mitch in south carolina could after him to as you can have a moment of your shows time. The cheer will yield to the gentleman from south carolina. Thank you so much. Sorry and if i if i get crafts or if i get out alive tell me have a good day. Hang up on me ak unlikely but go ahead anyway. Okay mr jif from ohio. You wanted to call people out yesterday. I said i was either whining or crying about davos in i was. I must be crying because clemson lost though house a well. We got our beat. By how state mr jeff. But if i remember correctly the first time y'all ever be this.
"louis l." Discussed on SmartLess
"Burst again and that was the first time before that my large one win win. Precursor acer but wait a minute. I wanna know Do you ever get to the point. Where because you do work so much and you've done so many amazing things and you're brilliant truly and all of them. Do you ever get to the point. You're like man. This is this show business. Thing is is exhausting. I wish i could do blank. I wish you know if. I had more time which we do now. And you're very active politically by the way. Did you do because you were political or did make you political. I was yeah so is there something you want to do. Maybe in that vein. Have you always dreamed about that or or anything like what's the plan. I don't have any other skills. So i i need to keep doing this because otherwise it's gonna be a up. I need to keep working. Because that freak you out or do challenge yourself to think of other things that you would enjoy or you know what i mean. I mean there are other things. I enjoy in life but in terms of like a job you know i i need to. I need to work as an actor. That's what i liked to do. And it really is the only thing i can really do. What about the skills that you've gained wall while being an actor there in in the entertainment business like your knowledge of all the other fields in positions directing producing writing. Yeah yeah yeah y. Sort of count all that together. But yeah i mean producing something i definitely enjoy doing and doodoo and maybe potentially i'll direct at some point but i don't know i don't know i'm not sure about that. One of mine asked me if gun to my head. If i had to think of a if i had to choose a Like a job any other job in the world a blue collar job she said. I'm like why blue cautiously. I don't know just pick it as okay a blue collar job. I would be like a landscape artists or like a. I would do something with landscaping. Everybody gardner would be blue. Collar landscape is white collar gardener. I would be gardner even mon blow crew. Yeah why not. i'm gay would be easy. I think i would work in a working in airport in what capacity. I was a baggage handler. When i was a teenager. Really pre i was it not really. Let me. just say this. The if you're worried that they're gonna throw your bags around worry. No more because like fragile fragile fragile. Means extra hard julia. What job would you do in the airport. Would you drive the truck to push the plane back now. I would drive the the go cart. It takes the old people to the gate through the german with the constant beefing. And the right use me let me sending will and a cool job will and i went to the ball and when we we got that service because there are assholes and in the airport istanbul turkey for like be millions of people and we. We were moving through that crowd. The asshole americans at one mile an hour mixed hated the shit out of us. Why were you in istanbul. Were you there on a vacation. Yeah could've walked faster. We could've walked past. We have. We did so many of those stupid things to remember the huge shaker. Come out with this huge. That's one thousand nine feet tall to the waiter. Like i have to sorry. We need this photo because this is my job but anyway so i. I'm obsessed with you. I have been forever and I wish i said comply with your friends in closer. I know we are. But i wish i was at. We're not. We're not really cut up. So i have fun memories about us working together. New being blind on arrested development. That was so fun. Captors nagy laser as charity or cha- channel. What was the name. I came up. It was jareth right. Cherif the name of my character. Yes yeah i think you can you coming up with the name and you said gareth. I'm not like arrested development efficient or anything just remember that but That was so much. Fun i wanna i wanna. I'd love to work with you at least hang out with you again so when you come back to los angeles Don't don't duck me. i'm gonna. I'm gonna said i am on the lookout for this next best thing so if you think of anything good let me know and we'll make it craft. We are. what is this seriously. i'm gonna fucking around. I'm not kidding. I really me now. You're casting a wide net like that. I think that's good by the way. That's the key that right there jason. You wanted to know. How do people get successful. Because you're always worried. Like how do other people get successfully us. It's because they put it out there. She put out there in a very general way. Not like i need this but just out there. I'll send you something. That's pretty great. And then is that troop and then stuff happened. It's one hundred percents. Oh good. I can't wait to read a do it or pass i don't care i'll keep sending you shit life. I believe is hundred percent what you put out there is. It's all vibration. Whatever you put out is what you get back hundred percent of the time. That's lock bay. I totally agree with that I like it's fun to work with people that you like to say and who are funny and all three of you guys are. Maybe one or two or viewer. Funnier than others. But i won't. I mean just to be working on it though. Yeah that's right. But so having said that i really do mean it. I've really got a podcast. We'd love for you to come on a but we don't wanna put you on the spot you think about it Is feels kind of like a radio. It's really nothing. We just kind of sit around and podcast about nothing. And i don't know if you'd be interested in that but don't answer yet. Don't answer yet. okay i'm just. That's why i don't really do podcasts. So i take a personal bypass no worries. I won't even ask you then. It's a lot all right but it's been great talking to you anyway. Yes nice to catch up. Okay adding all right julia five. That was great. Great guest sean. I i love her I've been such a big fan of hers. And she was like twenty one when she did. Snl as twenty one and pulled out of college to do it and Or she quit college. I guess i don't know but She pulled herself out. She pulled herself out and then got seinfeld like shortly after that. I think it's just And so grounded i. I don't know how. I could have gone much much deeper much more serious with her but starting to feel like i want i want you guys are both friends. Were though right you guys hanging. I wish i was. I thought you were. I mean one of your friends friends one of your friends. I see the friends jobs joke. You're broke your love. Life's you guys will be there for you when you get your which reminds me. I'm not this is not a bit. I mean it is going to seem like a bit but this totally true. Yesterday i heard and i said to our centers like i have to say this to sean because sean is gonna love because what came on the radio i swear to god was if i could turn back..
"louis l." Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"They did right by Saint Louis Okay. So back in La, this was around the time good boys came out because it's the big poster of the building and I'm a warrior. Alley. Yeah. The song goes goes like solid rock I'm ready for challenge. How does you can be? You can be ballots Mike Okay this song is not written about Mary. Her balance. Pre Off Balance so here we are at the three bedroom three bath on Stan Lane demand has been trying to sell us her arc sir. SELLING ARC if we're nearing the end so a man's is like I have to find a buyer for the Stanley House like we just did like a hundred K. price reductions. So I'm hoping this is the prize Yeah. So Comes Patrick. So this Guy Patrick comes in and like all I'm excited you have a possible by or he's like, I'm excited young possible home he's like I've been. Looking for this client for two years. Two years waiting for my paycheck two years. Please please tell me this is a good house house. Please please I've been trying to sell it for two years I. Mean I'm all wrinkled and old now just look at me she's like gorgeous. So. It's like, but his client is a designer which makes sense because we're like really detail oriented have shown you the backyard. Driveway you're right. You're right. You're right. She keeps trying to push the charm. She's i. what's really great about this house is even though they got it everything but news giant circus doors they really kept the charm. They kept the charm like look there's charm that's charm. Here's trump and look at this bedroom. This is charmed like death the garage. So charming. If, you need to ever bake some charm. There's an oven charm right there. Put Some charm and liked it or big fireplace yeah. It's a blue fireplace also known as a charm fireplace charm. Then they go into the Dan. She goes windows. Windows said those windows. was really cool about his house that has features where you can be on the but see what's happening on the outside it's called a window..
"louis l." Discussed on Blind History
"It stayed that way almost until the end of Napoleon's time. And, he did the same culturally by displacing Italy. It's true Italy was always seen as the place where manners and good taste originated, and from then on it became Franz. It also became the language French of diplomacy, which he was very good at using to his own ends, and he kinda controlled Europe the way Queen Victoria controlled it later on in the late nineteen hundreds by marrying various members of his family off to various other royal houses so. So there was always to as of getting acquisitions like the Habsburg drew the impact by marrying, and he loved war I mean loved. He would go to walk often. He understood what to be done. He wasn't suicidal. Say if we look at what he did with England you wanted to get them in a partnership to go up against near the Lens to take up the part of Europe northeastern part and new Charles can left and it was. Was Manny and women, so he invited him Charles came along. Even goodies waft to go with an Entourage Caravan, full of beautiful finish, woman and a backup full of many. Charles was in Charles joined him in a partnership. He was very fun of women himself I mean he married Maria Theresa of Austria. His own mother was Australian, too, so he ended up marrying a relative, and they did have children, and fortunately for Louis He didn't see his son. Son succeeded. Son died before he did. And his grandson died before he did save, and she saw his great grandson seed to the thrown off to and that was Louis, the fifteenth alternate, but he did like women and his wife. Maria Theresa died in sixteen, Eighty three, and he was very complimentary about her. Though in a way that wouldn't confer too much emotional kindness. He said she never caused me a moment of unease except when she died. which is a complement of A. Way With words. He also married Madame de Menton. Are who was originally mistress? And he three secretly married. No one spoke of it, but it was kind of accepted thing around court that she was his wife, and he had a fez the whole time especially during his marriage to Maria Theresa with Lavar `learn and many other women Bonetti Lam Kwok Baffle. He would create a tax for his mistress. He'd say okay. I've got a new mistress. She wants something. I'll make salted tech's and she'd get like two percent in every kilogram. Assault sold Louis. Loved the bit of flattery if he said anything nice about him I. Mean You come into portrait of very famous portrait of him by? He assaulted good where he's standing in his robes of state with the flotilla easel over it. It's got a sword which they still got in the in the museum at the love. The sort of Charlemagne is what they call it, and he's wearing his Perry wig, and he's got a a frilly color and the color of the order of Saint, Louis around his neck. Leagues are in white stockings, high heel shoes at the big rig bow in the front and I think that fashion wouldn't be a missing Peres today. It's probably where could your comes exactly? He's very proud of his legs. He will the heels accentuate his brilliant carbs, which he needed to show off and the reason he had such good legs was not just genetics. He also used to go and his Paul Menard every single day through the gardens of Sim when he became too old to walk, and he insists that everybody kept up with him in other words, he'd be walking, and you had to walk at the same pace as him, and that was where he did most of his business. While, he was walking. You could put petitions him and explain some political situation. And he died the help you or ignore you, and he had little gardens that he would disappear into, so you'd go into one of the bus guests, and then he would say oh. No I'm bored with you. Any would just disappear down a little hidden poff, and into amaze, and you'd never find him again for the rest of the day. But if he wasn't able to walk eventually these to push him around in a big Pram. We get table manners from him. We. Get bowing. We get all the various. Etiquette positions and postures, and and these tiny little bits of human behavior, which we god as being universal, but most of them come from Louis. He was obsessed with that stuff. He would take his hat off for every woman with a she was a poor peasant, woman or a duchess, but he would take extra hive, duchess and extra low for the peasant woman, so if Louis did something even the smallest thing. That you for example you like the most important person in the aristocracy. It's the way he tamed them is if they weren't at court paying attention to him, they were causing trouble somewhere fermenting a rebellion, and he never wanted to go back to the Francais took them out of Paris out of their own sinecures, and put them in Versailles, and they would live in these terrible little dank apartments, but to be at Versailles was grander than to be in your own castle your own chateau somewhere when he saw his minister fouquet's. Chateau called Vala Vicomte, which is still one of the most beautiful houses and fronts. He was horrified that this guide both himself this amazing palace. And had obviously spent more money than Louis had before. You built Versailles. And he had him arrested. That's. One of the mess Katina's. Dot again. How do you pronounce Dr Neha? Sounds a little bit in what I said. One of the heroes of the muskateers ye actually arrested him. And then when they put him in jail, this individually talking about He's servant was any loud one seven in the came in the nine mosque, and that's a basis for the story of the Alexandra. Do My Zach lead and inspired numerous films and novels about this particular incident you talking about amazing, but you know if you look at the end France had one of the worst in this particular year at one of the worst winters in living memory, and then the suffer from major feminine. And, so he had to. Go get grind in the Mati Louis had to go and get grain and bake for food for France, so they were also very very tough. Tom's near the end of his of his reign. Amazing but if you look at today, macron season as a role model Charles to goal soy miserable. Yeah people who lived during his reign called bear. Moliere Vaccine Lebron Lovo these a famous architect artists musicians like shop anti. Tin Bul who invented that style furniture? Verba these are some of the most brilliant and talented Frenchman that ever lived, and it's sort of in some respect the golden age if there was a golden age for France, it was during the reign photography when he died in his mid seventies, which for those days was quite incredible, but he had huge health problems I mean. He had diabetes in the. Andy got quite fat. He had lots of dental abscesses. Got He had a horrible operation on an Anal Fistula took hours. And he apparently because they didn't have anesthetics those days, he apparently didn't even changes breathing during the operation. Because being the king meant you didn't show weakness, so while they were operating on his US whole, he remained calm and totally subdued, and didn't give an indication that he was in any pain, but they met a malt for his. Because he thought that's other could keep an open. Yes, that's a true story that I met a mold and in the end they gave him cuisine. And that's what solve these troubles. And then he got gangrene. That's what killed him. He got a a gangrene infection in his leg, and it started to smell quite mad, and for a couple of weeks he was just lying in the stock room in the Palace of Cy with people coming in and out the whole time because he would never be left alone. And he had this this ugly, suppurating, sore on his leg, that just.
"louis l." 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 l." Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Go. That's amazing actually. Is kind of an astonishing little piece of musical history. Yes definitely about poll wait continue. Hey welcome back podcasts. Thanks very much indeed to Louis. I'm very grateful to Liu for his time. I'm also very grateful to give for music. An online music equipment staw that I've been using recently for my Pud costing needs and it has served me very well. I told him I'd give them a shout out because they've been Helping me find the right gear for another podcast project that I've been involved with With a charity that I'll say more about if and when it all comes together but give for music have also been. I know helping out other podcasters working for charities and various good causes Fuel involved in getting podcast together. Or you're a musician or whatever then I would really recommend this site that friendly and efficient. And they've got like loads of stuff. There's a link in the description. Should you wish to check them out? What else going to wrap it up fairly quickly this week. Because I've got to get back. I have a zoom coal with a future lockdown guests on the podcast. Hope you'll doing all right out there. I've noticed that certain gigs have been canceled during the summer. A starting to be rescheduled for later in the year October November. I don't know what's happening about my book tour. Obviously everything is still up in the air. People don't exactly know what the exit from the lockdown. It's GonNa look like what form it will take. It may be that. I don't actually get out and about on tour until early next year. I'm not sure I will keep you posted when I know anything. My website is currently being overhauled. But I hope it's going to be ready in a new form More easily maintainable form so I might actually keep it somewhat updated in the next few weeks but I'll let you know about that too. So this is valuable waffle. Isn't it his loaded stuff that may or may not be happening and I'm not sure where thanks very much buckles? You're welcome. Thank you very much indeed once again to Louis for his time. Thanks to shameless Murphy Mitchell for his invaluable production support on this episode. Thanks to Matt. Lamont as always for superb edit was buttery thanks to all the folks at a cost for that continued. Support of this podcast. Thank you very much for listening. Hope you're doing all right Till next time we meet take excellent care for what it's worth and I hope this isn't GonNa Creep you out but well. I love you them and up on camera..
"louis l." Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"At me. Like what the bloody Allioune rose come on. We're going to walk. Do you WANNA go. I'm carrying a small Bluetooth Speaker because I'm GONNA call my guest to help me with this week's introduction and I was just playing a bit of music on the speaker and singing along with it still I dream of it by the beach boys but now she's standing on the track staring at me like. Why were you singing that Song while that speaker? Is this not a normal walk? I is a normal war. Come on Rose Rosie come on now. The Sun's come out and everything. I think she's bucket off back to the house blimey every once in a bad mood week. Six of the lockdown and the atmosphere back at Costco Buckles especially among the teenage boy community has recently been a little tense. Okay what are we doing here? I am calling Louis Really. Try facetime audio connect to a Wifi network to use facetime. You fucking idiot. Wow that's a very rude alert. Sorry about that business Okay just a regular cold then Pai Lou. How you doing good how you doing. I'm all right man from my computer. I know it's not actually a facetime call. I forgot that you can't make facetime calls outside. You need a Internet connection and I'm outside on my walk with Rosie although Rosie has gone back home because she senses that something's up and it's not a normal walk because I'm calling you and I've got like a Little Bluetooth Speaker with me so she's acting like fuck this. I'm going home. Sort of knows you to subatomic level. She's like this isn't what I signed on all. Yeah exactly I'm GonNa read out my introduction that I've written and you can just give me any comment so corrections that suggests themselves. I often describe you as journalist and documentarian. That's my shorthand description for you. You happy with that really like that word. Americans used the word documentarian. Okay which I think is kind of an ugly look. What are you having then? journalist and documentary presenter Account Say Journalist. Documentary presenter and PODCAST Louis. Through when the lockdown started I sent out microphones to a few people. I knew that I wanted to have on the podcast and Louis was one of them but as you will hear rather than spending all his time talking with me he's been carrying on with his own set of fascinating celebrity guests for a radio four show slash podcast called grounded. I listened the first episode the other day with Jon. Ronson really enjoyed it but couldn't help noticing that you described the microphone that I sent you were recording on as dodgy. I feel well I retract Nazi by Greenwich an excellent microphone. Yet he blew. It's when it's beautiful. I wanted to set that up in cool with pence down. And we'll good because as this we'll hear the first part of compensation you Lord it all over me with your number one. Podcast recorded on the microphone. I sent you so pants down. Action is good. That's all right. We recorded this conversation exactly a week ago and I was feeling quite ill that day. I hadn't slept very well. I took a pill halfway through the conversation. Then I felt a lot better but it was ifan chat with her any bits in there that you were worried about me worried that might be seen to. We would joke about being lip and then the next thing glibness ironically but. I worried that that could be construed as real clip. That was the main one I think I also.
"louis l." Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
"Without solar absolute solid support network one amid a whole ease ethnic. That's awesome man savvy. Let's let's go into a couple of creek fly around all by the way if you apply what do we do? We made you. Where do we find at Louis Media? Graham you through some stuff too is awesome so you control everything from the campaign. The content Etang control from the campaign content wrought through to the reporting everything locked to find his peeling on relation to the show. The client's happy being a why if I want to get in touch through milestones creek for Iran. So this every beside I know we had a really good answer if one of them might actually tossed on these philosophy early up now on be going controlling the control over so as you said you can only control what you can control. I use that every single die. Easy my being so for you. What is something you do that helps you? Control the trump. I I use the example of if I if I go overseas I'd bring me my running shoes. I mean Iran with Oj. I'm what you do to control control. What vide ought to get off next us off on basically mentally I say mornings where I'm nicely view talked about old all sleeping mistrial. You don't need the rest to be sad training sessions and all the dice. I like to get myself musically Likud's vice and mentally ill awesome. What's Your Con- tossing morning retain? But so let me let me try. I always ask them wanting to tell you but before we're forty-five minutes go train session and training session with vary depending on the day and then come back out a raid at a coffee shop with Louis Media and then trying I guess in the afternoon again. Yes so I guess you pretty much about forty five minutes to try any Tallinn's it's a good thing because there may be some things. I want to say that Tom Trading halt on stay in saying that went on in that space and trying to farm and I do think of wise to guess Situation Thraw Labor. That's where their terms where you may be having you know tough situation with family and you get out in Darfur Ron Guy. I just exercise whatever you will actually start thinking of wise to accommodate and not just well and just eat styling that day. Anything on stocking all just get bang get out of the house around government or whatever. I don't want to achieve it might. This is my favorite. Sorry if you were food and ingredient a meal what would you be? And why he's pressure food or ever noise on Spaghetti Bowl Nice. I just lost going to die. You're Lonzo family. Always pretty crazy my hands all of his and I guess we all love so much but is no food that Carolina so I love Mexican. I Love Almond Croissants. Our concerns are actually and I grew guy so what would represent. Us interest on is a little details in the inside and it goes a lot goes into it to make it perfect on the outside. It's just yeah that's one. I'll pay to this complex to it. I'm Christina thank you very soon outside. So maybe something like that in my head being very data thinking up yet. There's times where it's just millions now. It's all my head absolutely over West economic wise to make myself better Max situations better help others this. Yeah probably something. That's gone a lot on the inside and the Outside. It's just off no straight honest. Having traveled so much more young. I love that man. I'm going I'm going to sell out the raising one as he said if you walk down the straight anger. That's pretty cool. That unbeknown there was so much going on inside that to happen night so we talked about golf next year. You really wanted to fend off like other than other than other than anything else obviously denied letting shit congratulations. That'd be just be guessing. What is going on the doing expertise like transitioning doing on an series teams international? Wash your book. But you think actually ob he'd be potentially bad. I guess what GOES ON IN MY WORLD? Not just as a man in power so you what dealt with you know becoming adversity perseverance. Gave and I use my experiences and how it got to where I am I'm a very reliable guy knocking. Put things out there that will go to people very supermac so that could be one thing. Say someone I guess as commanding today what. El- what man is law saving sport there. It's not a very hot pangs for however the opportunities that come out of it for long term. The does their invaluable. And I think you've got to be. I guess the Roy quant mentally and be patient opportunities to everyone they comes at is I guess. Either widen is it is 'cause now he's rising in the America's Cup Suv Yaw Yours. Roy Moore copy out scenarios inside. J There is this an unbelievable spoiled as God so loved it even just a joy to get air and try something like that. I'm I'm open to as I said anything. Anything Related Individual Sport. After I guess Tennessee State Dasa textile his little bit so I need a little bit more to get off all these days. And that's where Rice for my club manly just love it because it's important for the and that's what what fascinates me to that businesses. In a hacker. Bring boy. I guess my individual experience into a team and shit. What out and build a solid team and executed. That is a bit of a transition for me. Too is learning to to work more. That's interesting when you start to as you said you'd be so you should doing things not always on your own for yourself. Now you can doing stuff and not as I said to you as well. Dan is to have cafe you know and speaking to the other diets. Sasha it's not as easy as a coffee shop with my money talk. It's influenza that you know and bought insane. I would love to create a place where people come and meet friends. Whether it's bar cafe that France. It's gone you made gilfriend's you may you feed your partners and just just helping people that that's essentially how we made. Here's how can I help? These people have health content be seen by the wrong people and actually make a difference own rather than just having this flashy facade we actually there's nothing else draw yup so just keep giving helping people and family and all the now. I understand so much guys. And he's on his head ramble on all day. You know I meant shedding so you inspire people would just be throughout your content on. Instagram itself is helping people in many ways. A lot of police say you do with the Gaza nipples need allows you really cold so my like you. You already doing it. And there's people around this country that you don't have to know there have just been with. Ti gainsay that so if you WANNA fall in morning. Kendrick obviously instagram. Which is what is it. Kendrick Dot Louis L. O. U. S. NAS Louis Media Seven again Louis Louis Mania Lewis spelled with L. A. U. S. Media made is being a pleasure hanging out of the day. Y H I want to say the doing the country tragic loss although seven what area Brad Mate. Some some awesome people. Come through funny you look back now and you know what you would have never thought like inside colder just to save ran into a couple of boys down at Dan a Stein. Dan Manley on Saturday and just saying just catching off. I think we're all so busy with that laws. When when you get to catch up with someone just ask him about the law and they opt to go off six years you know and then you just go on talk for you. It's just a shine that we haven't been out as siege more often. But you know that's that's often and everyone does it being in you run into someone and and I guess more wanting to leave us with right now is what you want to leave while every days you are in a way you are right now. I'm not saying you know thank you Tom. 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"louis l." Discussed on Probably Science
"See this is how I heard about. It was at the twenty anniversary of it. It's it's it's him at the end of it issues covered in blood. He's working at clown nose. But it is goose bluffs from each crazy. These women dressed up. As like a Greek goddess. It was a yes yes yes. They're like smiling. I think it's a thinks Joe. No because they've just been on a roller coaster also everyone's smiling laughing because that's about to Gustav de exactly when you sit if you're the guy get hit by the goose unit upset if you just sat next to someone who got hit by laugh your ass off. That's already on a roller coaster which is already fun at your best roller coaster. Ride of your life. You will never top this. Look in the Greek goddess has behind him they got look like they got the ladder definitely old the blonde woman to his left. who was completely on? Goose gaped Uh She's she's the happiest. She's far too people hind. You've got a bit of collateral. They got a friendly fire. They're less happy. A woman to his right seems like kind of concern than a family motherly way. Yeah and he seems upset. He seems he seems like he's trying very hard how to not look upset because he's the publicity I think he's trying to keep his mouth closed mouth. I think that's also what's going on. Do you see how tight his lips are. That's like I guess that is exactly how I would have my lapses trying not to get goose. Flew happen to release SARS. That's that's different. I don't want any goose. I mean I just feel like birds general filthy animals. I'm trying to put in my mouth. No thanks tiny dinosaurs. There's no thanks screeching sounds. I think it would have been a raw louis. echina- lessons find your now. You've got an album out. Yeah got an album. came out called catskills so check that out you can also see you want to get another taste of my stand up. You can see my story from this is not happening. That's also online. That's a great cover many of these nowadays. Yeah it's got to over two million views. Yeah keeps keeps growing so check that out. That's worth seeing and also have my own podcast. It's about travel It's I hosted co hosted with Matt Full Chevron and it's called road heads so check that out To travel podcast. And we don't talk about all things travel. Okay awesome. Well we definitely our listeners. Our podcast listeners. Great so do that. Whatever your current Tara podcast APP is please check it out? So that's wrote heads. Yeah road heads wrote. Please check it out and also you can find us at probably. Science Dot Com probably science is a genus dot. com is the stories of questions comments Tarfa Kitchens and so on you can find us on twitter at probably science individually at and he would at mccutchen. You can also find all the stories we covered probably science dot Com. That's the link to the Patriots and paypal donation buttons. Aw we very much appreciate all. Ah kind donors and also I've worn. who spread the woods says? Nice things about this on itunes and tweets and facebook and so on. Thank you very much for that. Thank you so much Louis Cats. Hey thanks for having me. That was really fun. Yeah that was going to thank you. We'll see next week.
"louis l." Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"And the one thing the one provision that would eradicate the guarantee is that you act like you have some damn sense and you can't even do that. There's nothing to talk about. I if i am the oakland raiders antonio brown suspended right now now because guess what i'm gonna pay you week to week seventeen if you act up if you act right. I'm a pay you you only. Are you gonna miss one game pay and but i have the freedom to get rid of you. I have the freedom to cut you now. Everybody wanna talk about mike. Mayock doc mike mayock is the general manager for the oakland raiders. Mike mayock is an individual that used to work in television doing doing what i'm doing matter of fact. Mike may have me ask an m._b._a. Why the hell do not have a president of basketball operations job. I mean then we give and television commentators and analysts g._m. Jobs in the n._f._l. Hockey get one in the n._b._a. That's our sticking our thinking but i knock in may opt for taking that deal and i'm certainly not questioning his football accurate. What i'm saying is talk about nepotism at its height. The the only thing i said about that is that don't have it for the brothers. I say it again. It don't happen for the brothers john lynch san francisco even though he played mike mayock media do don't happen for the brothers like that but that's neither here nor there. The bottom line is this. Mike mayock hasn't done a bad a job since he arrived in oakland and i find nothing wrong that he did hear the oakland raiders. Ah antonio brown no problem with them. Antonio wanted to forces way out of pittsburgh he did that. He wanted to do so so he could get his money money he did that. He showed up on a shot with lebron. James maverick caught in the crew brother got paid right or is about to get paid. This is what he was talking about right. What oakland raiders gave you your money guarantee. You show up in oakland. You got jacked up feet like a layover. Yellow stuff under your feet look like code. You have this nasty god. Okay you try some cryotherapy ropy treatment in france and forgot to put on your damn socks that was it. The rate is fault then you turn around and what did you do you then have a problem with the helmet now the n._f._l. Has been sued sue for billions. They fixate themselves on addressing safety issues in the national football league. That's what they did so they come not only did they come up with new hill ladies and gentlemen that obviously tested and are considered to be considerably safer safer rather and they've been certified lied etc which leaves antonio brown's film. It's outdated. They informed the players five years years in advance. This was coming for the last five years. They said changes coming this year. Here's what we're going to to prepare yourself and in training camp with eighty nine players on a roster at least over two thousand players in the national football league. Antonio brown is the lone player the low player their father grievance events about what what two thousand plus people played in the n._f._l. Guy what complained about the helmet antonio brown. He was also the one guy that flew in on air balloon right. He was the one guy that missed practice bansi. Oh by the way people usually hide their feet when it looked like that this brother showed it on his great okay then not not only that you go against football league. You're on the phone with the national football league trying to plead your case to wear hillman. That's been outdated because it's over over ten years old and you tell n._f._l. Go f themselves. I'm telling you what i know. Okay so not only did you do that. Then then you fall a second grievance against them uh second grievance against and then in a process because your helmet you didn't like your helmet. Let me ask the question..
"louis l." Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"As the show progresses today and of course marcus fears former dallas cowboy will be on the show with us to start our number two as well well ladies and gentlemen. I gotta take a shift. I gotta shift gears and i gotta get into this news about antonio. Brown star receiver are now for the oakland raiders formally the pittsburgh steelers who got himself in a hot water because after the oakland raiders led by g._m. Might find him. In excess of fifty three thousand dollars is a couple of days ago because of missed practices and missed team activities antonio brown practicing practicing yesterday in california decides to walk off the practice field onto the sidelines where mike mayock is standing branding and he decides to confront mike miata general manager for the oakland raiders now need everybody listen up because this stuff is important it way. I'm going to go into a highlight everything for everybody. Everybody understands this man went after mike mayo sputum dispute a bunch of profanity laced words in his direction and called them a cracker day now i- i- newsflash news last news. I am not a white man okay so i am in no position to tell you what the word cracker meads to someone wide. I tell you what the f. Word means to somebody. Black cover from somebody who ain't black. I tell you that i'm an expert on that but i cannot tell you what to see me. Somebody white coming from a black man. What everyone can deduce based on antonio brown's ir based on his discuss based on a confrontation tation that he ultimately is that he clearly wasn't happy and didn't mean to see were an flattery katamon. We could say that a right that profanities tyree wasn't con flattering words and as a result the oakland raiders news the oakland raiders are contemplating whether or not to suspend him now in the last hour it was reported reported ladies and gentlemen that antonio brown officially apologized in front of the t. you and to the team with the captains of the oakland raiders standing by his side. That is the story. Here's my take. I don't give a damn about that apology not a day. Let me tell you something right right now. Number one on my list and i say this out of affection for who i'm about to bring up because i'm cool with him. He is now an analyst believe on fox. I think he's done a great job but at the time that michael convict got himself in trouble and a whole dogfighting scandal. I called it the stupidest move i've ever seen about from from a professional athlete because his actions cost him over one hundred million dollars and you you you all of that away for a few thousand dollars alice by sponsoring dogfight in you know steve's this ranks number two now. Let me explain ninety. Y'all wa antonio brown by finding himself in this situation ladies and gentleman for those of you who don't notice this officially has put in jeopardy in excess of twenty nine million thirty million. He signed on with the oakland oakland raiders for now. Let me read you the story. I want everybody to listen to this because you see what happens. Is this to white kids. Black kids it latinos. It don't matter when you are an adult at some point tom we got to educate youngsters about putting themselves in jeopardy and getting in the way of their own cash. I'm tired of us blowing money blow money over foolishness or fifteen seconds of emotional outburst course yourself millions upon millions of dollars and you got a whole bunch of brothers latino white black whomever whole brothers out there because we all family. You got people out there sitting there going like this. No no no no he it. He was shut the hell up bestest stupid lemme y'all. I want everybody here here. You and i want everybody nationwide to listen in detail to the story that i am about to read you right now right off my damn the phone..
"louis l." Discussed on Historical Figures
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"louis l." Discussed on Lean Ripped And Healthy Radio
"With a nod and be sure to check with him over at underdog strength dot com. That's underdog strength dot com or connect with him directly on his Email at a non A N A N D at under dog strength dot com. So either those two ways we'll connect you with him. And I hope you enjoy this. And I will catch you on the next episode of lean ripta, healthy radio piece out. Hey there. It's Lewis again. Thanks so much for taking the time to into this episode. I really hope you came away with something valuable that you can use apply to your life today. Not tomorrow next week to frigging day. What I want to say that if you had any other questions or better yet your single most important question that you would like to answer anything I could help you with. I would love you to Email me at Louis L E U I S at the ABC guy dot com. That's louis. L U IS at the AP gai dot com. Email me with your single most important question, and I will get back to you as soon as possible. And with any kind of information that I can provide to help you. I've had a lot of listeners in the past to this. I love when I get these emails, and we'll just connecting with you guys on a more personal one on one basis. So if that's good to you feel free to shoot me an Email, and I'll catch you later. Thanks have an awesome day..
"louis l." 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 l." Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"That's j. e. essay. Louis l. e. w. i. s. that's the website, and it's also electric list on social media. So Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, there's a link to donate and if anyone would love to phone Bank or talk to their neighbors that may live in the area every little bit helps. But definitely, you know, if it will be here, doors is going to be the biggest thing that really changes this race because you look at what our Ponant are doing. They're not outside. They're not on the doors and we're going out work and that's how we win this thing. All right, excellent. Lupin link to your website up on our website as well. So just thank you so much for speaking with me. I, this is really great. And I, I love these stories about the way we think that we can bring people back together. I'm really inspired by those kind of campaigns. So thank you so much. Appreciate. I mean, you think about it. It wasn't that long ago that I was living in the car with my kid and you know, and now I'm in this this to potentially be elected to the upper chamber of my state government. How cool is that and how is that we can that that we live in government where someone like me can run shot. So thank you. This is a pleasure. Thanks for listening to to broads talking. Politics are song is called, are you listening off of the album elephants shaped trees by the band EMU Newry and we're using it with permission of the band, our logo and other original artwork is by Matthew Westland, and was created for use by this podcast..
"louis l." Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"And to her left is john dickerson cbs this morning and before we start i just want to say i've never been to saint louis and so today was the first chance but saint louis is is oddly cradle of plots is which is that my my grandmother helen abrams grew up here she went to university city high school and she where she sat next to she was she sat next to in homeroom tennessee williams was her homeroom seat meet notice tom lamb tom williams who's very quiet mom and and found found out out acquainted himself tonight am i my great great grandfather was the chief rabbi of saint louis and there's a photo in my parents have of his funeral where there are thousands of your ancestors flocking the streets which it probably around i don't know brown in the teens nineteenth anyway so it's good to it's good to come home thank you for having on this week's gap is forty nine questions we've got forty nine answers we will dig into the latest drama in the russian investigation the leak of the questions that robert muller wants to ask the president then native son jason candor politician and voting right activists well he'll join us to forecast the two thousand eighteen election and the challenges that democrats face in turning out voters and actually enabling them to vote then we came to missouri expecting to find the wholesome decency of middle america the basic values that we have lost touch with in washington dc new york new haven instead you guys are embroiled in a sex scandal that makes even us lascivious east coasters blush.