35 Burst results for "Louis M"
Mark Levin Agrees With Al Sharpton on One Thing
"Well I have to tell you something I agree with something else sharpton said I know Once in a lifetime all this stealing Louis Vuitton bags and so forth the mobs now Because of these prosecutors because they've undermined the cops because you're not allowed to defend property anymore or even yourself How sharp and of all people cut 14 go That kind of politics is what is going to resonate because at one level you want criminal justice to be criminal justice but you do not want to have this kind of bedlam and lawlessness First of all no one has fought for giving people reform in terms of how their sentence to bail Mornay have put a guy on ladies stealing a Louis Vuitton bag is not somebody that needs social uplifting This is somebody that is really causing us more of a problem These latte liberals that justify this he has nothing to do with poverty just has nothing to do with you couldn't get a job These are people that can go back in the neighborhoods where Louis Vuitton bag is not unusual And they can just fit in and many of it for gag and they hurt the cause of those that want criminal justice reform So at one level they hurt these stalling at another level They hurt us that are trying to get a break in the criminal justice system which is why I agree with you Very good
Faulk, Blues jump on Golden Knights in 1st period, win 5-2
"The seamless please scored five unanswered goals after falling behind early to beat the Vegas golden knights five due to rain Riley Tyler Bozak Justin Faulk Brandon Saad nickel Michaelis scored to give St Louis its second win in its last six games fox goal the game winner was the one hundredth of his NHL career Chandler Stephenson Reilly Smith scored in the first seven minutes as Vegas lost for just the second time in its last seven contests St Louis sits one point behind central division leader Minnesota David Solomon St Louis
Saad's goals help Blues beat Sharks 4-1, end losing streak
"Brandon Saad that's a pair of goals to lead the blues past the sharks four to one the goals of the fifth and sixth of the season for the forward Jordan Kyrou scored his eighth of the year and Robert Thomas is second for the blues who halt a four game losing skid the San Jose goal is scored by Jonathan Dahlen the sharks wrap up a five game road trip with a record of two and three Billy who still makes a second start of the season in net for the blues and records his second win James Reimer suffered the loss shots on goal would favor the blues forty eight to twenty seven Mike Reeves St Louis
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin with college football number one Georgia and number two Alabama they're headed for an eventual showdown both again winning on Saturday Georgia defeating Tennessee forty one seventeen with quarterback Stetson Bennett accounting for a pair of touchdowns and he says the coaches are diversifying the offense they gave us more plays to run more plays and run the ball and throwing the ball there was a more balanced effort at all going into until like the last the last few drives which is what you wanna you offense as for number two Alabama it was over early as they crushed New Mexico state fifty nine three Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young throwing for five touchdowns making coach Nick Sabin happy I thought we had great balance on offense without Bryce played really well on sack fumble really wasn't you know his fault continue the protection was better today but we we need to continue to try to you know shore up those things so that we don't get him hit elsewhere in the top ten number three Oregon number four Ohio state number six Michigan seven Michigan state nine Notre Dame and number ten Oklahoma state all winning their games but number eight Oklahoma suffering its first loss twenty seven fourteen at Baylor on the pro level Washington the biggest surprise in the NBA's Eastern Conference they're now nine and three after turning back Orlando with Miami Indiana Detroit Boston the LA clippers and Orleans just its second victory on the season the other winner Saturday night and HL Carolina now eleven into after getting by St Louis three to two pro football news the Green Bay Packers activating quarterback Aaron Rodgers off the reserve cobit list he will play against Seattle on Sunday but Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger he goes on that same list and will miss Sunday's game against Detroit and finally all of fame linebacker Sam Huff passing away at the age of eighty seven I'm David Shuster AP sports
Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'
"And let me just tell you, I'm a fan of C. S. Lewis. Which brings me to my friend Norman stone, the film, director, Norman stone, got on the map early in 1984 by directing a film called shadowlands for the BBC starring Claire Bloom, Joss ackland, and he's been doing all kinds of things, but a little bit of C. S. Lewis here and there. He has just directed a new film called the most reluctant convert starring our friend max McLean and Norman stone across the pond from the environs of Glasgow is here with us in the studio. Norman is that you. This is still me, yeah. It's still you. My friend, listen, we've been friends for a long time. And you and I have had millions of silly conversations or at least hundreds. But we both love C. S. Lewis. So when I found out from max McLean, in this studio, you know, he's starring as Lewis, but that you had directed it, I flipped, because I said, there's literally nobody else who should direct the film. Can you tell us because there are people tuning in, they didn't hear the max maclean interview. They may not know about the film rather than my telling them what I know. Tell us what is the film and what will we find in the film? Okay. Louis did write a lot of books, you're right. One of the ones that's probably the most impressive in many ways is the surprise by joy. Basically it's his own story. He writes with a self deferential wit and information comes out and you want to read more. So this is how he began life turned into an atheist and then was a very dogmatic atheist. Anyone can university after a trip for the First World War and so on. And he soon being challenged by people like
Bracelets that belonged to Marie Antoinette set to fetch millions at auction
"A pair of diamond bracelets that once belonged to the beheaded wife of French King Louis the sixteenth has sold for a the eight million dollars at auction that's is the sound of the gavel banging issue auction prices for sold for eight point three four million dollars the jewelry belonging to the infamous Marie Antoinette's featured a hundred twelve diamonds the final price was much higher than the presale estimates of between two to four million dollars off to her death by guillotine in seventeen ninety three the price that's remained within royal lineage the two hundred years I'm Karen Thomas
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree Tuesday brought the opening night of the college basketball season with a couple of marquee matchups at Madison Square Garden in the first game of the night third ranked Kansas taught Michigan state eighty seven seventy four the J. hawks were paced by O. G. a biology who scored twenty nine points seventeen of which came after halftime in game two in Manhattan ninth ranked Duke top tenth ranked Kentucky seventy nine seventy one of the first game of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski's final season freshman Trevor keels scored twenty five for the blue devils on the NBA hardwood Yanis antenna Kubo provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box and a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia the jazz beat the hawks one ten ninety eight the clippers top Portland one seventeen one oh nine on the ice the Carolina hurricanes move to ten and one of the year thanks to an overtime goal for more teenagers giving Carolina a two one win over Tampa other NHL winners included Chicago St Louis Detroit New Jersey LA Boston San Jose at Vegas and Anaheim I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Marjorie Taylor Greene Visits Jailed Jan. 6 Rioters: 'I'll Never Forget Hearing Their Screams'
"I saw a story about Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia Republican, who apparently is the along with Louie gohmert from Texas, are the only two members of Congress to visit the inmates arrested in connection to the January 6th insurrection. Now let's see, this is November the 9th 2021. I thought I would pull an article about this from like a hostile media organization. The left leaning organization like newsweek. So here's newsweek dot com. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said that the inmates arrested in connection to the January 6th insurrection clapped cheered and cried. When she recently visited them in a Washington D.C. jail. Now to me, this story is so bizarre, how long are they supposed to be incarcerated? How long do you get for putting your feet up on Nancy Pelosi's desk? Or fighting with cops? Let me be clear here. The people who rioted on January 6th were reprehensible and stupid and reckless and wrong. You've never heard me defend the people who broke the law on January 6th. It was a reckless idiotic thing to do. I've never defended them. I've never called them patriots. I've never, I'm sorry. I do not condone the kind of violence that we saw by the hundreds of people who engaged in violence on January 6th. Now, having said that, how long are they supposed to rot in jail? Is due process not afforded these people? Is it that, is that a fair question to ask? Marjorie Taylor Greene and Louis gohmert visited the jail after the jail initially refused her previous requests to visit them. Green claimed that some of the inmates are suffering from a lack of medical care. Indeed, in a series of tweets, congresswoman green said I've never seen human suffering like I witnessed last night. I'll never forget hearing their screams.
Jonathan Capehart Says Interracial Marriages Are Based on Racial 'Passes,' Not Love
"Go ahead Dating or being married to someone black or liking black music and culture is no pass either Oh well I see So people who marry a white person who's black or a black person marries a wipe I say they're doing that because they want to pass Did you know that mister Peterson They want to pass if you're dating somebody of a different You're doing that because you want to pass Because you like somebody or love somebody I don't know Jonathan K part says look look You don't get a pass You like black music So what You're married to a black woman or black man's married a white woman Hey That's your problem You don't get passes here No You're stuck Does this not sound like Louis Farrakhan to you mister
Compher scores twice in Colorado's 4-3 win over St. Louis
"JT Compher scores twice to lead the avalanche to a four to three win over the blues at enterprise centre the loss is the first for St Louis after winning a franchise record five straight to start the season the ABS are now three and four now some country and kill the car also netted goals for Colorado coporate collaborated should have led to military single score for the blues who are without captain Ryan Riley and Brandon Saad who are the league's Colby protocol Darcy camper wins in net Jordan bidding to take the loss we have a letter out shoot the blues forty two to eighteen I'm Mike Reeves
French Artist Says 'Posessions Are the Enemy of Freedom'
"There's an artist that's oftentimes cited by the designer for Louis Vuitton I forget his name but the guy's name is Cristo and he's a French artist and when he's unveiling his latest exhibit you gotta hear the stuff that he's talking about I mean it's almost like he ripped it right out of some sort of 1960s radical book You picked the book It could be the alinsky book It could be the original Marxist manifesto I mean you name it He just talks about how possessions are the enemy of what he calls freedom Now that fascinates me because we started the show talking about life liberty and personal property And that's what liberty is That's what we declared independence from England England to fight over To protect that fascinating to me listen to this This project there about freedom This project exists not because some president of the republic like to have them or some corporate executive this project is still demonstration of creativity Nobody can buy this project Nobody can charge tickets for this project Even our cell Jean Claude myself we don't own this project This project there is so free this is why they can not stay because freedom is enemy of possession and possession is equal to permanent Wow That was deep Freedom is the enemy of possession This is some serious Marxist BS
Eric and Max McLean Discuss C.S. Lewis's Greatest Sermon
"I'm talking about one of my favorite subjects ever C. S. Lewis, the author, the Christian apologist, talking to a dear friend, max McLean. Max, you've spent much of your life bringing Lewis to life on the stage. I've seen you do a number of things. They blur together in my mind. I can't remember divorce. Okay, so screw tape, the great divorce and the most in convert, which I saw what? Three years ago, I don't know. It was it opened in New York. It ran for 15 weeks in New York in 2016. Well, not only that, but I was privileged, I think in either maybe it was 2005 to see you it might have been after that, to see you give the sermon the weight of glory. The saint Mary's church in Cambridge, that's the place where Lewis gave that sermon in the 50s, I guess, 41. 41. Really? Wow. One of his most famous sermons. And it's funny as a sermon because, you know, people have different ideas of what sermons are. This is just like a spectacular essay that's also a sermon. But you memorize the whole thing. That was pretty influential in the writing of this play. In fact, the it concludes with a good bit of a weight of goy. There are no ordinary people. We've never met a mere mortal. Yeah. I'll say. I want to convert a lot of what Louis wrote into hard boiled 30s dialog. Gee joy your swell. She probably spoke like that as a New Yorker. You've done so much of this, but to bring it to the screen because that's to me, it's always been one of the frustrations of theater, is that only so many people get to the theater, and that there is something when you can put it on the screen, of course, it's different. But you had our friend Norman stone turn it into a
Max McLean's Play 'The Most Reluctant Convert' Tracks C.S. Lewis's Journey From Atheism to Christianity
"I've lived long enough to where my friend max McLean has made a film called the most reluctant convert, the untold story of C. S. Lewis. So how did you come to make this film? Well, COVID had a lot to do with it. The play was running. We were doing a lot of college tours with the play. March 15th of last year, everything ended. When did the most reluctant convert become a play and tell my audience in case they don't know why is it titled the most reluctant convert? Well, it's about Louis's journey from vigorous to bunker of Christianity to becoming the most reluctant convert in all of England. I gave in and admitted that God is God, nelton prayed, perhaps the most dejected, reluctant, convert 7 or English. And those long story, it started with the death of his mother at, I guess he was 9. He had a terrible relationship with his father. He experienced the brutality of World War I and this got into the conclusion that either there's no God behind the universe, a God indifferent to go to an evil or worse an evil God. And that's where that's kind of the Nader of his disbelief and it's from there that we follow his journey to becoming the most influential Christian of the 20th
Saints edge Seahawks...Broncos-Rams trade...Nets bounce back
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree on Monday Night Football G. miss Winston passed for two hundred twenty two yards and a touchdown to Alvin Camaro he also let a go ahead field goal drive with just under two minutes to play as the saints beat Seattle thirteen ten on the NBA hard with the Celtics got by the Hornets in overtime one forty one twenty nine Jayson Tatum with forty one points in the win Milwaukee beat Atlanta at one nineteen one oh nine the hawks bested the pistons one twenty to one oh four Brooklyn B. Washington one of four ninety is Kevin Durant led the way with twenty five points he roughed up Orlando one of seven ninety Chicago's not by Toronto one eleven one await new Orleans got its first win one of seven ninety eight over Minnesota Cleveland edge Denver ninety nine eighty seven the clippers pounded Portland one sixteen eighty six in the NHL Columbus top Dallas for one same score as Carolina B. Toronto Calgary dismissed the Rangers five to one buffalo took down Tampa five one Florida remained unbeaten with a five three win over Arizona Washington got by Ottawa seven five in Saint Louis went to five and on the year with a three nothing shutout of the kings I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
AG Garland Admits to Rep. Gohmert That No One Has Been Charged With 'Insurrection'
"Little more I've never spent this much time on a hearing But I thought this hearing was very very important And I felt the Republicans did a really wonderful job My man Louis gohmert was there too of course And so he asks well I'll let him ask Cut 9 go But I want to take you to January 6th It's a very common topic here people has any defendant involved in the January 6th events been charged with insurrection I don't believe so Well that is the word most used by Democrats here on Capitol Hill About January 6th but no one has been charged with it that we could find either Doesn't matter they want to call it an
Posthumous Chuck Berry live album to be released in December
"Record to celebrating with the announcement of a new live album our margins are a letter with the latest we re doing rock classics or would he simply called Chuck Berry songs like Carol rock and roll music and Johnny B. Goode will be featured on the line from blueberry hill album on December seventeenth the performances were recorded between July two thousand five in January two thousand six a blueberry hill cafe in St Louis love that stage so much he played it two hundred nine times in seventeen years his backing band included his daughter Ingrid on harmonica and his son Charles berry junior on guitar
Mark Levin Salutes Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, Family, and Fellow Patriots
"Kind of colonel sheller Actually got a very decent judge Who doctors pay and did a few other things but didn't destroy him As the prosecution for the Marine Corps wanted them to do We had his parents on this program as you well know The shellers And I want to thank all of you As always you live in ice you're such wonderful patriots the whole world's blessed to have you You spoke out you made your opinions heard we had members of Congress attending the hearings as well Louis Gorman among others And I think the outcome was as good as it possibly could have been So we want to salute lieutenant colonel scheller and we want to wish his family all the best All the best as Americans are still in enemy territory in patriotic Afghans who fought alongside us Of being hunted down no doubt about it
Gun violence claiming more lives of American teens, children
"Gun violence is been claiming the lives of more American children firearm injuries are really a health disparity issue Dr Lynsey cookies works in the emergency room at St Louis children's hospital it became something as common as things like appendicitis or broken bones experts say idleness from the pandemic easy access to guns and social media disputes that go too far share the blame for a rising number of shootings involving children and teenagers the gun violence archive says shooting deaths among young people are rising with nine hundred ninety one reported in twenty nineteen thirteen hundred and seventy five young lives lost in twenty twenty and this year is on pace to be worse with nearly eleven hundred and eighty young people killed as of this week I'm
"louis m" Discussed on Imagine a Place
"I always find myself sketching. I'll take a photo on my iPhone, and then I'll just start sketching ideas over it. And I realized that I had been doing this for years. And I never did anything with them. So I finally decided, okay, well, I'm gonna put some concepts together around activating the streets. No one was quite ready to take on temporary activation just yet for street festivals or parties or anything, just being pandemic and the state that we were in. But St. Louis also has a large vacancy problem. So I thought, okay, well let's tackle two birds with one stone, create community space, solve that vacancy problem. And started posting some of these sketches online and talking about the concept. What was your first sketch? Okay, the first sketch was tenth and locust and it's a long linear lot. Next to a loft building. So there's a large wall. And there's about 20 feet of space before you get to any Windows. So I'm thinking perfect racquetball. And so I actually sketched out a racket ball court and it's, you know, any amateur sketch. I love sketching, but this was a fast, let's get an idea down sort of like you see those architectural sketches in black and white that just look like scribbles, it's that kind of sketch. But I posted it and almost immediately it got picked up by news channel 5. And so I was not ready for this. I talked to his name's rennie. He's one of the reporters there. And I said, you know, I'll talk to you, but can we wait to air anything? And he's like, oh, well, maybe, but. But what I've found is that when you do start talking about a project, more people will come to that project and start supporting that project. And soon you'll have all this support and you'll be able to further what you're trying to do. And so I trusted him. We aired story and I kid you not ever since then. It's been like Domino's falling. And, you know, for perspective, we incorporated in January. And it is September, and we have four parks. Which is insane. I do have a goal or is it just folding naturally? Unfolding naturally, you know, people ask me if there's a number in mind or if I want to expand to cities and my answer is always been, as long as we're still providing value, then we're doing our job. You know, we're doing something right. If that grows past four parks, if that extends to other cities, that's something we're interested in, and we will absolutely do it. But as long as we're always providing value and not my concern now is making sure that we can support what we have already built. Because maintenance and ongoing maintenance is a big consideration and making sure that the parks stay beautiful and activated so that they continue to actually be an asset to the community is very important. So we're not just coming in and developing and saying, see you later, we want to make sure that we're following through on our mission to really provide value in that community. You know, the talent that I think designers often have is to see something that's not there. And that becomes like a talent that maybe for designers who have been thinking this way for a long time is just second nature to so much of the world, it's hard, it's hard to even go there, right? And so it's really great that you kind of put that to work very literally. Just instantly in the spaces. You know, I'm sure there's things like this out there, right? But has it been kind of branded in a way that you've created branding and awareness? That stuff matters. You don't want to be the tree that falls in the forest. Nobody hears. Yeah. No, I totally agree. You know, this isn't a new concept. We're not the first to do it. You know, there's a lot of other nonprofits doing great work, especially when it comes to vacancy and community matters. But I do think that there's something to be said about how we're coming in and creating this brand or this image that people can then recognize and start to see repeated time and time again. And then it becomes sort of this excitement and expectation and, you know, people really gravitate, I think towards it. And, you know, with the experience economy and everyone posting photos on Instagram, you know, we really want to leverage that. Not to just be another selfie wall, but being a selfie while actually does a lot more than what people think because it's activating the space. People are constantly coming and going and more people activating a space means the safer that street is because there's more people on it. It could also mean that there's more people patronizing local businesses on that street. And it kind of creates some more desirable look and feel that then really changes that entire block to make that a more desirable place to live or work or visit. So there's a lot of these subtle little things we can do. And you know, we think about gorilla urbanism or tactile or urbanism, where they're low cost, big impact, and it really provides so much more value than just a selfie wall. You know? Yeah, I see it. I can feel the passion behind what you're saying and I can imagine that happening. So that's really cool. I mean, are you born and raised in St. Louis? So I always say yes to this question, but really the answer is just outside and Columbia, Illinois, but I've been in St. Louis, my entire adult life, so. All right, we'll count it. Yeah. So what is it about St. Louis? What do you love? About St. Louis. I mean, for one, it's home. And back to what you're saying about being a designer and being an optimist. I see so much potential. And I see things that other people might not see, you know? St. Louis, sometimes gets a bad reputation for various things that happen here. But we never really see the other side of that highlighted. And I'm really proud of all the people at STL made for making that initiative to even change internal perspective of the city, because we really have a great city and there's so many great things here to do to see. We have an amazing park. We have an amazing zoo and museums. And I want to sort of dissect these really cool elements and put them in the hearts of neighborhoods. And bring those really attractive, cool, desirable pieces to.
"louis m" Discussed on Imagine a Place
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"louis m" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The germ theory and its applications to medicine and surgery by louis. Pasteur louis pasteur was born at dole jura france december twenty seven eighteen twenty two and died near saint cloud september. Twenty eight eighteen ninety-five his interest in science and especially in chemistry developed early. And by the time he was twenty six he was professor of the physical sciences at dijon. The most important academic positions held by him later were those professor of chemistry at strasbourg. Eighteen forty nine dean of the faculty of sciences at lille eighteen fifty four science director of the echo normal superior paris eighteen fifty seven professor of geology physics and chemistry at the echo. Deba czar professor of chemistry at the sorbonne eighteen sixty seven after eighteen seventy five. He carried on his researchers at the pasteur institute. He was a member of the institute and received many honours from learned societies at home and abroad in respect of the number and importance practical as well. As scientific of his discoveries pursuer has hardly arrival in the history of science he may be regarded as the founder of modern stereo chemistry and his discovery that living organisms are the cause of fermentation is the basis of the whole modern germ theory of disease and of the antiseptic method of treatment. His investigations of the diseases of beer and wine of ryan a disease affecting silkworms of anthrax and fell cholera. Were of immense commercial importance in lead to conclusions which have revolutionized physiology pathology and therapeutics by his studies. In the culture of bacteria attenuated vera. Lynn's he extended widely the practice of inoculation with a milder form of various diseases with a view to producing immunity. The following papers present some of the most important of his contributions and exemplify his extraordinary powers of lucid exposition argument..
"louis m" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"louis m" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Working them into that box safety role. Yeah i think that's you know it'll be important for for us to get in a role that really accentuate to strengthen minimizes weaknesses. And i think do jonathan's one of those guys who i think we now know what he is. What he really is going to excel. And that's going to be being someone who spends a lot more time going forward and backward. Someone's closer to the line of scrimmage someone who easily easily is one of the most explosive hitters in the nfl but it's gotta be channelled properly in. It's gotta be something where you're not knocking yourself out of games causing your team to give a big plays because you're too aggressive. He's just got channel the right way. And i think gus has had Players like that in the past that kind of fit that mold that he can kinda work with jonathan. Get the best out of him. And i think that's gonna be key for them as as key is going to be for him to get this passed. Ramped up get the linebacker play. Better you see the two acquisitions they just had you know with denzel on jayjay. Those are important pieces at linebacker that he needs to get assimilated into that group too. Because that's been a witness so there's nothing the secondary overall daily the corners. They're going to have to have to play big this year as well. If this team is going to become a playoff team not just the. It's not good enough to just beat competitive. They have to be good. They have to make it to the playoffs. That's what every teams in the nfl. Four that's really. What the raiders. Expect and you know. Mr davis was here. It wouldn't be settled for this. What's happening right now. And i think is son is not going to sell for much longer either nor should it when you talk about the defense and the workload ahead i just in general you know they have brought in those new linebacker acquisitions. They brought him. Quake went in jefferson kind of interior russia's. Well so when you think. Just about gus. Bradley job what he has ahead of him. How much do you feel like. He's gonna be able to really rain in this defense and make them a top fifteen to be able to be playoffs contender. I think i think half the battle is going to be just teaching them how not to beat themselves in you sold. It happened a lot last year where it was mental errors more so than being physically overmatched. That costs costume them. Games in that cost every defense games. That's how most teams losing though because you know outside of there being those situations where there may be a team. That's just devoid of talent. It's usually mental than the cost. You games that's why games decided by touchdown field goal because you know the talent level much different. That's the first thing. God says to teach them so that becomes a matter of his own competency being able to communicate to that. Look this is how we played best. This is what your assignment is. This is how you need to communicate. And if they can do just that i think if the benchmark is a top fifteen day. If it's top six bright. I think that's a huge huge huge improve in that allows which should be a pretty explosive offense to score enough for them to win win enough games where at least while cartoon if he can't teach a low what to do they have no shot. I think the i think the personnel is. The difference align will be better janaka Has to be a guy who is a fact that rex probably will be a fact. Cleveland girl has to be a factor. Even insisting sub rush roles defensive tackle gerald mccoy. I don't know how much better how good he is. A disappointment career in even if he's not as good as he wasn't as a damper his presence has to help lift the rest of the football team. The linebackers have to be better. They have to be smart. Sa- topless position to play for mental standpoint. In all on the defense side of the ball. Because everything you have to do and as you alluded. Jonathan abram has to be a guy who can be dependable trayvon on has to be a guy right out of the gate has to show that he is very good free safety in the corners at the play much better so there's a lot going on there but that's the that's the nfl. Let's it. i got a couple more for you. Here in one of them was when you mentioned in waller and just how underpaid he is. I mean they're not kidding about that. I mean he's a jam in this offense how much his emergence really help this team. And how important is he to be. That cog in the wheel of the offense to keep it clean without there in waller. Their offense is dramatically different in terms of its ability to be a big playoff this picture. They didn't add him less. I mean nelson adler obviously had a career year in he. Cashed in went to new. England is a free agent. That's great that's great for for now but we know that the juice of that offense was provided by their waller in all the different things you can do from a traditional tight end alignment in or role in just as a weapon that can be deployed everywhere as a former safety is a former defensive of back. I would want nothing to do with their in wall. Nothing in if. I did have to defend him. I'd be like somebody helped me. Somebody helped me right now because this guy is fast than big great hands. He could run after the catch. He's got a great competitive juice like he. You could tell he. He likes to game mannion considering everything that he has overcome his keeps. In hungary it keeps among those guys are quite honestly. Put it bluntly those kind of guys are pain in the ass. Because they don't ever quit and he but he deserves everything coming his way. That is good everything coming his way he just needs to bring along the rest of the on the perimeter with he needs to bring henry along with them he needs to bring brian evers along with him. You know those guys in particular those two guys need to really pick it up hundred hundred rentals in buea. It's okay that's just his dna. Henry has played to what his physical potential is. Brian edwards is a stud. They gotta play to their potential. Josh jacobs going to be fine considering where he came from everything he's overcoming his life me lives in dies football every run that he makes is like life or death him and at the i mean because that's just who he is so those is going to be fun but this this kind of makes makes it exciting. Because there's a lot of intriguing excitement every positions team even derek carr. I mean people disrespect their car all the time. A lot of it is. He's a victim of circumstance meeting the circumstance of being in the same provisions as patrick mahomes. Derek carr is a top six top quarterback in the nfl. But just about any metric you want measure against someone else. So they've got the piece. There's a lot of fun things to talk about right there. Can they put it all together for three hours. Three and a half hours next monday night and come out with a win against the team. That already knows who they are. They know what their dna is. They know how they know how they like to win. Does vegas know how they can win. Will fund up as a former raider. I have to ask. What does that mean to you. Now that this team is in las vegas You know again because because my first warm was born in oakland I always say the As i'm talking to you consciously try to remind myself to save vegas. Raters not by do that Up watching the raiders in oakland. You know. I grew up watching lester as dan mcelroy. Mike davis how wall those.
"louis m" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Are espn monday night. Football's louis riddick. You might know him from being a former raider as well. i'll also be joined by violator. The raiders super fan. Who recently made his way into the hall of fame. So make sure you guys hit. Subscribe to keep up with all of the good content. That i'm putting out here on this podcast and also follow along everything that we're doing on vegas nation dot com i. I'm gonna get into this interview. I had with louis riddick. We've talked about all angles of the monday night. Football game against the baltimore ravens. So let's get that going right now you so much for joining me today. Really appreciate the time. We've got a huge game coming up. Here raiders ravens. Big monday night. Football game percival. How excited are you to call this one as a former raider all every raider game is big for me. You know i don't really hide. I don't really hide from it. I kind of run towards the fact that. I've got such a special place in my heart for the raiders that's where my first arbour's board etc. I won't bore you with that. We're not all say is this though To get back out here after last year being out there in column buttons that week two against the saints at no fans to go back out here opening weekend against against the ravens one of the most exciting teams in the nfl for vegas start off their year playing them on monday night with fans opening weekend we saw one opening weekend was like for college. Football at you think is going to be for the nfl. Everything's gonna be vegas. I mean it's one it's vegas to. It's the raiders will most emotional fan bases in the nfl and for us on monday night. Football yeah that doesn't get any bigger than that. I'm sure you'll hear. My voice will be pretty quick pretty loud pretty fast. It's going to be have to calm myself down. But yeah i can't wait. I can't wait to hit the ground running for sure as somebody that has been coached under. Jon gruden how much do you feel like. A lot of people have talked about this test that he needs to pass this year by as far as getting through the playoffs and all of that are to the playoffs. Excuse me when you put that into perspective. Like how much is the focus on. What comes out of gruden this year when you start with game. One here the ravens. I think i think it's a. It's a big big factor. I think it's justified that there's a lot of attention being paid to the improvement that this team needs to make in not eventually but right away like now okay. They waited long enough. And i think in particular in particular on the defensive side of the ball. That's where the big jump has to come. I mean this is what john's third different coordinator now This is has been achilles heel of his sincere returned to the right organization. They've had a ton of draft capital at their disposal to go ahead and fix that side of the football. They've thrown all kinds of money that at that side of the ball got rid of arguably one of the best raider homegrown drafted defenders potentially in the history of that organization when they sent khalil. Mack packing chicago. They've never been able to replace anybody with anybody close to that kind of caliber. That kind of impact on the football field in they need to. They need to show some market improvement on that side of the football in on the offense aside. Look i think obviously. That's john specialty. I think they played when the ball on that side of the bow i think. Derek carr is someone doesn't get enough was shown enough appreciation for how good he actually is. Our brand of jacobsz helped brennan acres. Josh jacobs is healthy. He is one of the one of the most electric ovens to playmakers in the nfl. There in waller's spectacular. He's underpaid already. Okay as far as his new contract is concerned. Henry rubs needs to be better. Brian edwards has to be better This offense align heck three fifths of it has been revamped that better be better because they got rid of some good players on that side of the ball on that on that side of the offensive line. So there's a lot of question marks headed into this game. You're playing against a playoff caliber team. You're playing against a team. That has an mvp caliber quarterback in a team. That has its own. Points approve and hassle championship. Dna with john rebel. So there's a lot of things right out of the gate that they has to have answers for but that's the nfl when you're depending on how much john really makes. You're making ten million dollars a year. You're ever ten year contract with great power comes great responsibility right. Isn't that what they say about spiderman or whatever it is that's how it works man so he knows it he no. He's been around game long enough. So let the games begin. And i love what you were talking about with lamar jackson. I think a lot of that goes under the radar as well like as far as being this. Mvp caliber quarterback. I don't think he gets enough of the flowers if you will. However the ravens offense took a little bit of a hit which ak dobbins and now justice hill being out for the year so as a run. Heavy offense what do you make of how they will adjust here in week. One with kind of a short time to work on that. Yeah i think you know the the dna the team has is going to change their gusset. Which is going to have to be. That guy is going to have to be. The dunes really carries the load memorial gonna have to be the guy who carries the low when it says time the elephants alive the play out of its mind In that's a little bit of a question mark for them because they have a new right. Tackle one hundred dylan away. Who comes up from. Pittsburgh owns the left tackle right. Tackle ronnie stanley. They're left tackle. Who's an all pro caliber players coming off of injury. No more morsel janda. They're gonna have center. It's there's some question marks for them as far as what they have kind of their foundation build on. We just don't know how strong foundation is for them. So that's a question. Mark for them. And i think really though the big key is. How much better is the passing game. Grabby for baltimore. We know they'll build run. How much better is the passing game gonna be much better mortgage to be how much territory people are going to be because the guy who they drafted the really take their game to the next level in rashad bateman. He's on i r and sammy watkins. Who people vegas no from his time. Casey you know he's a tremendous athlete. Tremendous talent has been someone that you can count on from a durability standpoint. So it'll vegas has questions. Ravens have questions but the ravens kind of know who they are and know what has gotten to this point. Baker still doesn't really know who they are. I don't know if the raiders. No they are since john has been back. That's part of the problem. And i think that's what fans are sitting there going okay. Look that's not enough time. Let's show us who you are now. And they're gonna have a of eyeballs on next monday night because it's only game in town game on tv. Anything about monday night right. So but that's what you want. You want the attention when you're in the nfl. You wanna play in the biggest games here it is. Someone has drawn a lot of attention from the fans. Jonathan abram a first round pick and people are waiting to see what happens here in terms of production with him and Like you talked about with sammy watkins. Is he going to be durable enough piece for this defense. Be able to sustain it. So whatever you made a jonathan abram particularly with gus bradley coming in kinda.
"louis m" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"I'm gonna get into this interview. I had with louis riddick. We've talked about all angles of the monday night. Football game against the baltimore ravens. So let's get that going right now you so much for joining me today. Really appreciate the time. We've got a huge game coming up. Here raiders ravens. Big monday night. Football game percival. How excited are you to call this one as a former raider all every raider game is big for me. You know i don't really hide. I don't really hide from it. I kind of run towards the fact that. I've got such a special place in my heart for the raiders that's where my first arbour's board etc. I won't bore you with that. We're not all say is this though To get back out here after last year being out there in column buttons that week two against the saints at no fans to go back out here opening weekend against against the ravens one of the most exciting teams in the nfl for vegas start off their year playing them on monday night with fans opening weekend we saw one opening weekend was like for college. Football at you think is going to be for the nfl. Everything's gonna be vegas. I mean it's one it's vegas to. It's the raiders will most emotional fan bases in the nfl and for us on monday night. Football yeah that doesn't get any bigger than that. I'm sure you'll hear. My voice will be pretty quick pretty loud pretty fast. It's going to be have to calm myself down. But yeah i can't wait. I can't wait to hit the ground running for sure as somebody that has been coached under. Jon gruden how much do you feel like. A lot of people have talked about this test that he needs to pass this year by as far as getting through the playoffs and all of that are to the playoffs. Excuse me when you put that into perspective. Like how much is the focus on. What comes out of gruden this year when you start with game. One here the ravens. I think i think it's a. It's a big big factor. I think it's justified that there's a lot of attention being paid to the improvement that this team needs to
"louis m" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
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"louis m" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
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"louis m" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"Cold war if you follow him and he's a professor at harvard and a staff writer at the new yorker. It's been obvious for some time. Now that he's been working on something big related to the cold war and his new book is very big. We're talking almost a thousand pages. Big it covers a lot of people you think you might know. Well like george orwell. John paul sartre susan santiago allen ginsberg and a number of art and intellectual movements like post structuralism and pop art. That you will know better when you finish the book. I am so thrilled. That louisianan door luke to everyone who knows him had some time to talk with me about art in thought in the free world. Interestingly turns out. Luke also read francis donor. Saunders book back when it came out i was thought it was very impressive and so when i started thinking about writing my own book about it and actually imagine that it would deal with the cia and covert funding in the sort of cultural diplomacy Aspect of the period. Which as you say have been a lot of books about. And and honestly i got into it. I began to think. There's just not much there. I just found that it didn't it. Didn't pan out And so then. I realized that that's actually not the interesting story. The interesting story was just to do a cultural history of the period. Obviously we're not going to have enough time to talk about all the individuals and ideas in your book. So let's just get started with george orwell in nineteen eighty-four nine hundred eighty four is where most of the world got its definition of totalitarianism. And you really make it clear. Just how important. This book was by the late. Nineteen fifties big brother is almost anonymous with soviet communism. But you also note that orwell. Never set out to write an anti-communism book. He believed there were many roads to totalitarianism. So how did this happen. How did this one particular idea. Or interpretation of nineteen eighty-four win out over the others. Well you're right about orwell's intentions. He was semi persuaded by an american writer. James barnum wrote a book called the managerial revolution. That the future of mass societies might be some form of talibanism of the kind that he fictionalized is in nineteen eighty-four. He was warning people in particular leftwing intellectuals not to go down that road that there was danger at the end of it and that was an anxiety that many people had in late nineteen forties. That's what hunter rents or its origins. Talibanism is about. It could happen here so the warning was picked up by people who worry that the future of liberal democracies would some kind of communist states like the soviet union and also by people who worried that the future liberal democracies people on the left. It worth the future. Liberal democracies would be some kind of fascist state like germany so so the general anxiety but attala -tarian is spread across the political spectrum. Everybody was actress about it with a different future in behind and our will therefore spoke to everybody because it's very nonspecific and then the truth is i did not write about this much in the book that the novel also benefited as it. Animal farm from heavy promotion by the american government. Okay i have to interrupt here. Because most of this promotion was convert the cia that sent hundreds of thousands of coppins. Orwell's novel into the world. The cia also secretly funded and nineteen eighty-four movie. That came out in nineteen fifty-six but in the version that screened in the uk. Italy and germany. The cia changed orwell's nba. Yeah this version. Winston smith goes yelling down with big brother the cia turn nineteen eighty-four into a warning of soviet totalitarianism and proposed. That death was better than submission but this was just one interpretation of orwell's book. I'd love to get you to talk about. How orwell in nineteen eighty-four intellectuals and artists of the nineteen fifties who wanted to express they felt about mass culture in you know how they saw it as leading possibly to an orwellian future. Yeah the the people who were worried about a challenge tearing future like hana read were generally highly critical of mass market commercial. Entertainment like hollywood movies and so on and one feature of the period. That's very noticeable. Obviously now is the degree to which intellectuals bought into the avant-garde catch binary this idea that there's avangard art or fine art as critical distance from the state but that commercial culture is basically a former propaganda and obviously it can't be a foreign propaganda. it was in germany. it was to some extent in soviet union. But the idea was that. Hollywood is just duplicating. What the kremlin to soviet cinema and a lot people believe that so there was period that really up until the mid sixties in which that was taken for granted that mass culture popular culture was potentially dangerous and then that all goes away really by ninety sixty.
"louis m" Discussed on Harvard Classics
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"louis m" Discussed on Blind History
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"louis m" 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 m" 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 m" Discussed on Hockey Today
"I am down the Greco congratulations to the Saint Louis blues. Saint Louis blues, but a first time in forty nine years. Have you can bring out his voting? Title. Civilised in ruins remants forty nine years, making true and see Louis. Tonight's. Unbelievable atmosphere last night in Saint Louis. Chris Kerber with the call on KOA, we'll X insane Lewis, as the blues do it for the first time since nineteen seventy they go to the Stanley Cup final, and before we dive into the blues and what they accomplish. Congratulations to the San Jose Sharks as well. They had a heck of a season, I think they wrote a roller coaster, if you think about it throughout these playoffs right, where they go to the, the beginning of the regular season, after the acquisition of Erik Karlsson. This is going to be the team to beat. They're gonna win the Stanley Cup. They have an up and down season. You love them. You hate him you love. You hate him. You go into the playoffs. Maybe one of the worst teams in the league and then they overcome a three one deficit Vegas. They win game seven to beat a game, Colorado team. And they just ran out of gas in, when I go back to the getting of their series, and I predicted Saint Louis, and seven it was because I just didn't think the sharks could survive the series? Clearly the blues were way more physical than they had been at any other time this year. And certainly they crossed the line at times to the portrayal. Oh hit on pebbles ski that ended up knocking publicity out of the rest of that game and game six and certainly some of the hits. The sole Meyer got a high hit from Tarasenko. The blues play chippy game and it worked to their advantage. Not just because they got away with it. But it wore the sharks down all the games. They played all the overtime games that they played psychologically, it takes a lot out of you to come back from three one down and to win overtime games and Joe Thornton being older. Pa- Veliky being banged up. Eric Carlson again. We talked about it yesterday. Second time he's made a round of the playoffs in which by the time he got to the end of it. He was spent physically. It just took a lot out of San Jose and the blues destroyer and give the blues credit for this, too. They overcame the controversy. They overcame the hand pass and did not trail the rest of the way they scored early. If you remember in game. Four and never looked back really squashing San Jose over that game four five and six period to just dominate. So that's what happens when you're a great team, you face the adversity you overcome it. And that's what the blues did back to the sharks. We'll see what they look like next year Carlson on restricted free agent. Pavane ski.
"louis m" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Louis m Fulmer welcome to write on retirement with Kelly Campbell Kelly as president and CEO of Campbell wealth management base, right here at Alexandria, Kelly has twenty seven years of helping people get right on retirement Kelly. It's great to be here with you today as always to our listeners. Here's my question for you today. Do you like the idea of retiring sooner Kelly, you've got some steps for us that we could start taking right now if we want to retire earlier, don't you absolutely do. And once again, it's always good to be here knows good talking to you as well. Thank you. So the first thing I want to mention before we even get into the steps. And I've said this time and time again, I said every time we meet with the client every time we have an event the most important thing or not going to be these steps the most important thing is to have a plan a written financial plan. We call it. You're right on retirement plan. But what it does it helps you? You look at everything that's going to happen from an income standpoint. From a expense standpoint, how the market's going to do ups downs sideways, whatever. But it looks at everything so start with the plan because it can help determine exactly where you are exactly where you're going. If you're on track to get there. And then if you're retired early that plan becomes outrageously more important because it helps you get it. Right. Exactly. All right. Tell us the first step then that we need to take to try to retire earlier. So the first part is about income. It always starts with income. No matter what you need to find out where your income's going to start. We're gonna come from think of it that way. So when I'm going to retire if I'm going to retire at sixty five or fifty five or whenever knowing where that income is gonna come from will help me understand what I need to prepare for as an example. I've got things like social security. Well, we'll talk we'll get more detail, but I can have different options on when takes us security. Right. I may have a pension plan. But I may not and I may have a pension that gives me the option for a lump sum or maybe. Actual payment structure. So I've got to think about that. And then I've got different investments. Whether it be my qualified plan, which has certain rules about how can get the money out or my regular investment portfolio. All these things become really important because what are they going to provide income? Exactly. We talked to so many people about this. But they don't understand how important this is. When you leave your employer, you leave your income. So one of the most important things you need to focus on is when you retire, and you drop off that paycheck is AM naked to get another one. Where are you going to get your income from you know, and that is so scary. I am fifty nine and a half and one day that day will come and it does scare me thinking my goodness. My income has to last me the rest of my life. And I'd better have a plan. Doubt. So like, you said Kelly, it's just a matter of tallying, then your projected income streams kind of get a snapshot of what the overall income picture looks like for your retirement. Correct. Yep. That is that is totally. And what I want you to be thinking about two. So for our listeners. I want them to think about where that incomes gonna come from. Whether it's going to be one of two things guaranteed or non-guaranteed. So let me come to explain it to get you ready for this. So if it's guarantee let's say you've got so security says charity is guaranteed by the government. Now is having some issues. I note. Let's just assume right now that you're going to get what they say you're going to get right right now. Nothing is said, you're not. But the bottom line is that you can you can now focus on that. As this is going to come in. Right. So I'm going to have this certain income stream that I can plan on that goes into that financial plan. We talked about the non-guaranteed, actually, I'm sorry. Let me add one more guaranteed guaranteed might be a pension. So a lot of folks in our area have pensions they worked for the government. They work for school system. Whatever the case. So they may have a pension. And so that pension is guaranteed as well. But the thing you want to be focused on with pensions is that you have a couple of options and how to take it. Whether you take it as a lump sum, or whether you take it as a stream, again, we'll talk more about this. But that guaranteed versus non-guaranteed means a lot because the non-guaranteed source means that there could be volatility. There could be fluctuation. And I need to allow a little bit of wiggle room in there to be able to plan for that. And and that's where a lot of this plan is gonna come from to be able to you know, that's the thing you have control over. So when you have more control over that is also the thing you want to be used using. You're planning to help you retire early. So this is the key to this is that we talked about that plan. And I know a lot of folks out there, they say, you know, well, I'd like to retire early. That's absolutely a great goal to have. But you need to put it on paper. And if you.
"louis m" 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..