28 Burst results for "Lucan"
Shape shifters, with Worst Foot Forward
"The most common example in europe and later america is the werewolf accursed man who turns into a bloodthirsty beast under the full moon. The word where wolf comes from the old english rare for man and wolf for wolf. Dvd players and underworld fans. Please resist the urge to correct this to liken throat. Because they're actually different things. It has a parallel etymology from lucan therapists in the greek for wolf and human but it originally applied not to supernatural. Bc's but to people who thought they were supernatural beasts bc's according to the physician galen when people these days present with animals delusions they may be diagnosed with clinical like hanthropy like throats can transform at will and they have a more specific story than where wolves as an institution do in greek mythology lie cone the king of arcadia who got it in his head. That was not as initiatives people believed and that he was just the right guide approve it in the most popular version of the myth like cohn held a ceremony and feast to honor zeus. Zeus showed up. The main dish on the table was the roasted flesh of cones own son. Nick demus scheme being that would eat nikomas thinking it was pork thus proving. He wasn't all knowing turns out he was rather than kill like own. Outright zeus turned him into a wolf and resurrected the prince who then ascended to the throne but where wolves unlike in throats. There are half a dozen underworld films if you need more of that and even though there are many different werewolf legends in many different cultures. We're going to do our best to stay out of europe and away from wolves today as usual much easier said than done. Let's spin the globe around and see where to stop and stop brazil. The home of the boto and can tato the dolphin-shaped shifter of amazon river folklore during the day. The boto one can tato cavorts in the amazon living. It's best pink dolphin life if you've never seen pictures of pink river dolphin there's a link in the show notes. They're sort of mother. Nature meets lisa frank at night though the boto transforms into a handsome young man who seduces girls gets them pregnant and then pops back to his river. Come morning you will see this pattern of behavior repeatedly today the boto and can tato loves a party. They can't resist inviting themselves. So if you're having a get together in the amazon river basin keep a close eye on your single girlfriends because it's really hard to serve a dolphin with a paternity suit. You should be okay if your party is endorsed. Though boto cantatas may look human but they have a distinct tell they retain their blow holes on the back of their heads and will always wear a hat to hide it asking that handsome stranger to take his hat off inside may be the only way to reveal the bodo and cantata renowned for being charming to the point that partygoers will beg them to stay even as morning encroaches and the bowen can tato needs to get back to the water and they aren't one trick dolphins either they have the power to control storms and can transform humans into an cantatas themselves or afflict them with disease or insanity. Most people who live near the amazon won't go near it between dusk and dawn or won't go in the water alone during the daytime because in cantatas are fond of ducting humans. They fall in love with the children born of their dalliances or just anybody near the river. Who looks like they be good company.
"lucan" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"Sandra Rivett disappeared at nine pm on the night of November Seventh Nineteen, seventy four she had worked as a nanny for the Lucan family in one of the wealthiest parts of London before retiring to bed for the evening. She asked Veronica Lucan also known as lady, Lucan if she would like a cup of tea Sandra, then went down to the basement kitchen to boil the water. Lady lucan irritated at how long it was taking the nanny to make her T- descended into the basement around ten PM that night at which time she led out a blood curdling scream she then ran out the door to a local pub she was bleeding and begging for help someone in her house had just murdered the nanny and had tried to kill her to. It had been her husband John Bingham the seventh earl of Lucan known to everyone as Lord Lucan the two had met eleven years ago at a golf club where Veronica's sister and brother-in-law were members Veronica and John were married less than a year later. Lady look social status grew to her husband standing among London's cultural elite Lord Lucan had sophisticated taste. He gambled raced boats and drove an Aston. Martin this combined with his friendship with James Bond author. Ian Fleming led many to believe that Lucan had even served as the inspiration behind the legendary spy. Except where bond felt right at home at the back table Lord Lukens luck fared much worse. His gambling losses led to credit problems and debts, which is father helped pay off as a wedding present away to give the newlyweds a fresh start. The couple went on to have three children together and a happy marriage for those eleven years sadly, sadly, the good times wouldn't last lady looking suffered from postpartum depression after the birth of her second and third child and her husband's gambling debts returned and continued to grow. The couple were being pulled further and further apart, and by Nineteen seventy-two they had separated. Lord Lucan didn't handle the separation. Well, he stocks his family often and spread rumors about his wife's depression to make her look like an unfit mother all in an effort to gain full custody of his children they went back and forth for months with the kids being pulled in and out of the home on several occasions by social services. The court required that lady Lucan have a live in nanny but Lord Lucan made sure whoever was watching his children was drawn into his wild manipulations. He called the House late at night and breathe into the phone to frighten them or ask to speak to people who didn't live there. He even took one of his wife's nannies out for drinks. One time pulling information from her about what was going on inside the house. Ultimately, every nanny lady lukens employ would eventually leave until. Sandra. Rivett joined the home in nineteen seventy four. Lord Lucan fell deeper into debt and despair after the courts granted his wife full custody of his children he spiraled into alcoholism. Things got so dark that he sometimes talked about killing his wife, even describing how he would get rid of the body. But it looked like things might have been turning around for him on the night of November seventh looking head planned to go out on a date with a young woman named Endrina except he never showed up. Instead, he traveled to his old home where he waited in the basement for his wife to appear his fingers wrapped around the lead pipe. At nine PM Footsteps Click and clack down the staircase Lord Lucan raise the pipe over his head and swung. The other person collapsed into a heap on the floor. It hadn't been his wife though, but the nanny Sandra Rivett. He stuffed her body into an old canvas mail sack and retrieved his pipe one hour later his wife came looking for Miss Rivets. Lady lucan screamed as her husband hit her and then wrapped his hands around her throat but she fought back until she broke free. They stood opposite each other nursing their wounds where was rivet asked look and told her that he had killed her she told him to lay low in the house until she had healed enough. She didn't want anyone asking questions. The two walked up to the bedroom but while he went to the bathroom to fetch towel so that she could clean the blood from her face lady Lucan Dash downstairs, and out the door to the plumbers arms a nearby pub. The next day detectives arrived at her London apartment. To begin their investigation they found Sandra rivets body in the bag as well as blood on several surfaces. Lord Lucan however was nowhere to be found. He wasn't in his own apartment either in fact, many of his personal effects had been left behind including his passport wallet driver's license and car keys his car was still parked outside to. The search was underway though police dogs started tracking his sent family and friends were interrogated as to his possible whereabouts but amazingly, nothing was turned up. On November twentieth and across the Atlantic Ocean police found a pile of clothes abandoned on a Miami beach. It was believed that whoever they belong to had gone swimming and had either drowned or been killed by a shark. In reality there owner had been spotted in Denmark before travelling to Australia. Authorities monitored his actions for almost a month. It appeared as though they had found their man they arrested him on Christmas Eve of Nineteen Seventy-four. Now, once he was in custody police asked him to pull down his pants to verify that he had a six inch scar running on the inside of his right thigh I distinguishing mark for Lord Lucan. Their surprise, the suspect didn't have a scar. Apparently, the police had not captured alleged murderer John Bingham, the seventh earl of Lucan. Instead, they had caught John Stonehouse, a British Labour politician who had faked his own death in Miami two weeks after Rivett had been murdered. Stonehouse Sur five years in prison for fraud before his release in nineteen seventy nine Lord Lucan. However was never found. But that doesn't mean we don't know the whole story something that sounds straight out of the classic movie clue. Lord, Lucan. In the kitchen. With the lead pipe. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities PODCAST DOT COM. The show was created by me Aaron McKie in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award winning show called law, which is a podcast book series and Television Show, and you can learn all about it over at the world of Lore Dot Com. And until next time. Stay curious..
A Conversation With Luke Holden And Ben Conniff of Luke's Lobster
"Hey everyone, and welcome to how I built this resilience edition. These episodes were talking with entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they're coping during this crazy time. and. Today we're GonNa hear from Luke Holden and Ben kind of the CO founders of Luke's lobster. I met Luke and Ben last year in Boston. When we told their story in front of a live audience there episode came out last November and you can check it out if you're interested anyway since then Lukes lobster has gone through the many stages of a restaurant during covert, which meant furloughing and temporarily closing more than thirty restaurants of the US. Taiwan and Japan Lucan Ban not only oversee a restaurant chain, but they also work closely with their fishermen. To buy process and ship stor and other seafood around the US I spoke with Lucan van from there, which is right by the water in Portland Maine. So you might hear some boat engines and glass clinking in the background, but it kind of feels like you're catching lobsters with them. So when it became clear that the pandemic was really going to create some some severe economic disruptions, you guys had to take some severe actions. Right I mean you had to. Shut down your processing plant and you had to let go about three hundred employees walk us through the process of what you did. As you realize, this was going to be really severe. It was absolutely horrible. Really March seven th. That week that that this kind of slammed home for us I think we were good to act quickly but this business I mean not just because my namesake is in. My family is part of it. There is no difference or or delineation between my personal business life. So when you're faced with ultimately making that critical decisions to like save business, it affects your family and friends in major ways, and that week was there's nothing like that I've ever experienced calling up some of your friends and family members and and furloughed terminating reducing salary We got super small that we we got aligned around some strategic initiatives pretty quickly safety in people was our number one priority. Moving, all our lease to unemployment in doing it quickly was intentional. We knew that there was going to be backlogs in the unemployment offices something like that was intentional to act quickly their for their benefit. We also made sure that we had personal conversations with every single one of those teammates. There was no tax there was no email. There was no like untethered connection. We made sure that they understood the why behind all of these decisions and the intention. Behind it and that that continued, we made sure that we kept tabs in an open dialogue with all of those teammates so that we ended up shutting everything down besides one shack and now got seafood company back up and going we've got twelve shacks up and going there's no way we we've been able to do that unless we had that mentality of people first and make sure that we had those open communication bring people back in the time was right What did you say June employees that you had to furlough I mean what? What was the conversation like? How did you explain that it was tough transparency is one of our core brand values. We were not going to separate ourselves from any of our core brand values during this crisis. So we were honest with them. We were in a tough spot. We we're very seasonal business to begin with we make most of our hey memorial day to Labor Day, and this couldn't happen at a worse time for business guys because we're kind of at the end of our rope to begin with we're just at the end of our reserve in. Just about to start building rebuilding reserves. So when this comes in sales, go from one hundred down to twenty percent or eventually nothing there was nothing in the in the Katie to help get us on the other side of the. So we were honest about that and we were able to have good frank honest conversations with our teammates because we made sure we over communicated in every kind of step of this we made sure they understood what was in our heads in however making decisions and I think as a result of we've always had very good relationships and trust for their teammates. So they understood that really didn't have any other option. Also, say like the thing that everyone on this team understands is that we're here for a larger community than even just the Lukes lobster team. You know we're here for a seafood industry. We're here for fishermen and truckers and people in the production facility. Ultimately, if we're not there to buy the seafood as we've promised come, May June. July than the entire machine fails and you felt that many more people so every teammate at Luke's. Understands they're part of that broader family and that for them to go unemployment to stay safe then actually was creating the opportunity come summer for us to continue buying and continue that ecosystem
Clippers are struggling one-on-one against Mavericks
"Four more games in the NBA on Wednesday and for me the story was a tale of two conferences in the Eastern Conference. We have two teams in Toronto and Boston, who take a stranglehold on their series of both going up to o scale and in those look like they may be short series out east of story of the night. Marijuana start. The show scale is in the Western Conference on because Utah beat Denver early in the day, and then the late game at night Dallas, beat the La Clippers, and now scowl both of those series are tied at one one Ryan. How me out here the clippers touted as the best defensive team in the fourth quarter and Dallas we know they've had their struggles on the offensive end in the fourth quarter. Can you explain to me why the clippers went zone defense in that fourth in and what is their deal right now they just gonNA play small the rest of the way and If they are what you think about that small line A-. If because watched started the game for the clippers. Their typical starting center only played eighteen minutes. He didn't really have an impact as you mentioned, they did go small lot scowl they played some zone and whatever they're doing defensively isn't working and I think I really miss read this series scowl I thought the a wing talent and depth especially on the defensive end of the court between Kawhi Leonard and Paul George would be enough to slow down Luca DANNI SCALP. maybe nobody can look announced the way he's played Scalia another huge game for the Dallas Mavericks in their one, twenty, seven, fourteen when look ahead twenty eight points, eight rebounds and seven assists and the clippers defense had no answer for Luca and the rest of the Mavericks No, they had no answer for Lucan they had no answer for let's let's keep it real here. They had no answer for Trey Burke Seth Curry Dhillon right I think Tim Hardaway. Jr out there. So they had no answer at all in the fourth quarter, which is a little disturbing upon the clipper fan because you should be hanging in there hanging with the clipper a hanging with the Mavericks. Next to you know you get to that fourth quarter you're supposed to put the clamps on these guys. So if I have quite Leonard in Paul George My team are those are are the clippers worried that he they can't stop Luca is that's what's Going on here, then Luke must be the best player in the NBA right now because those guys are supposed to be the best wing defenders, we've said it all year on this show that those guys are are built to stop Lebron James. Well if I say they're built to stop the brine, but they're not built to stop. Luca a question are they built a stop Lebron or his Luca surpassed the Bronx in the best player in the Western Conference right now? All certainly playing like it. He said NBA playoff record scale through two games in the first two games of Lucas playoff career after game two scales, seventy points combined, and that is the most in NBA history at forty two points in a game one loss for the Mavericks and then Twenty eight points on Wednesday night in a game to win
"lucan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is about to start for the Chicago Bears. Lucan Ellis is joining us. You are tuning in now to hear the Chicago White Sox. They have been if you are not familiar. With what has already happened today. They have been postponed Rain in Cleveland. They'll be back tomorrow for a doubleheader starting to 45. And they need to win a couple before we get to the Bears. I know you're a huge white sacks guy. They came out a little bit slower than I anticipated them coming out. Still, they are a a run scoring factory. Are the Chicago White Sox. But pitching that holding up? Well, I guess that Minnesota make sure at least the Twins did that the White Sox realized they may be improved, but The twins are still the Kings of BIA Ale Central team that, you know, set a record with home runs last year, Roe and then this past weekend just picked up right where they left off last season left off last season, beating up White Sox pitching. You know how much you've run all the Lopez 2/3 of an inning yesterday at to do with the shoulder soreness or if he was just watching the twins? Better? Um around, we'll find out what he's on the 10 day D L Yeah. Listen, I'm expecting big things out of the White faction. I love their lineup that the pitching has to come through. You thought that they had great debt, but they're starting staff. Well, see now Lopez shelf for 10 days. Right? So Dylan sees we believe gets to start tomorrow for the first game, at least until you schedule about the news on kopeck today. Tell me all about it, Luke. Well, you know, we learn, Paul Sullivan wrote in the Tribune about Michael Kopeck going through a divorce after five months of being married. And, Ah, you know, there might be a lot to that story. I recommended to fans that want to learn more about the details of his relationship. They should read Sullivan's article, but you can't help but think you know, the guy has been through a lot. Since he came to the big leagues and now on more understanding of why he mentally wasn't ready for what is going to be a difficult season for Major League baseball players were learning today, obviously not only on the field, but off the field and how they protect themselves from Cove in 19 I mean, I have great sympathy for Michael Culp pick and I can only hope that he returns to the White Sox pitching staff at some point, but obviously is going through some personal issues much like what Ben Zobrist went through last year. Is it possible that he will return this season? Doubt it. I really do. I doubted if he wasn't mentally prepared to go through. What do they call it? Summer camp for 3.5 weeks. I can't see him joining the team on a 60 games Sprint. Well, it's I feel lucky for any sports that we get in at this juncture. I mean, I'm with you, man today, Ricky Renteria announced he woke up Not feeling well. They've given Mako vid test He was not planning to manage tonight. From the dugout as a result of that will await the results of that covert test tomorrow morning. We already are seeing two games called today because of covert 19 The Miami Marlins game down in Miami, there of their home opener was canceled because A number of team members tested positive. And then the Yankees, who are going into Philadelphia to play in out of the same locker room that the Marlins had been playing out of said, Hey, we're not going in there until we figure out exactly what it is. That is in that locker room. It's It's going to be fits and starts like this. I fear throughout My group. You and commissioner Rob Manfred just came out and said that he does not even consider this a nightmarish situation. He said that he and his staff prepared For something. Like what we're going through today with the postponement of two games because of the spread of Corbett, 19 and you're right. I think you're dead on right road that we're gonna This is the way it's going to be. All season long and frankly, and I think it's a good segue way into the NFL. We're going to see the same thing in the NFL. The big question with the NFL will be, you know if and and let's just use a runningback are running back on a team comes down with covert 19 and he has been spending You know, multiple days inside that room that position room with his fellow running backs, and he spreads it amongst running backs and a team is in a position where They just don't have enough running backs to play in a game. Then what? You and I are different than baseball. You're talking about a 60 game season in baseball where games could be made up. You're talking about at least today, a 16 game season in the NFL. If you know, testing comes back on Saturday, and you learn that three or four running backs on your roster and most of the time, you know, you carry for five running backs that the most it three or four running backs test positive. The game, then has to be postponed or canceled, wouldn't it? You would think Interestingly, hockey has had a very successful start to this bubble concept. They've got these two bubble cities to run on a mountain. The players have reported their covert tests are all clean for all the the players report, including the Blackhawks in Edmondson. We talked to the Great Doc Emmerich will, but earlier on in the program, they're pretty confident that all the things that they have in place To protect the players in these two bubble cities is going to work. Let's let's hope he's right cause that they seem to have a bit of a model here. We'll have to see what happens in the end, a also working out of a single bubble city, But then you see the story that one eh? NBA star broke quarantine by going to a strip club. There's a shocker. There's a complete shocker. No, not not going to a strip club in Orlando, but he actually went to Atlanta to go to the strip and in the MBA. Actually, you have. There's a hotline you have. Hello N BA players ratting out each other, which is, in my opinion, a good move because not only are these players protecting themselves, their well being, but also and I get it that they're not spending time. Ah lot of time with their families. But over the course of I I don't remember the exact number of games. But I know that over the course of time players are allowed to bring certain family certain numbers of family members into that bubble in Orlando. So this is more than just the players. This is their families as well. So, yeah, I think that it's a good idea that players air calling out each other, and it's one of the reasons why the NHL had 4200 tests that you referenced Row 4200 tests..
Hollow Trees = Habitat
"Their numbers new yard by dumping those out good to know. Thanks for the little PSA, there. We needed to hear that. So as Dr Surkov mentioned you know you don't see how the trees as much or at least as frequently in sort of urban suburban areas where people live. But they're much more prevalent in probably far more common than most of us even realize in the wild, and it's really important, and I'm going to say this is sort of like a rhetorical question. Did both of you know that hollow trees? A hollow cylinder technically is far more structurally sound on physics level than a solid cylinder I do not know that yet by Lucan because I ever follow in my backyard and. I decided that the gave. Every no, you frequently trifle care you into cotton down. You'RE A. Follow maybe should come down. Again by looking for and suddenly, if the true and you know that from an Apple Pie. Metal fight. EPSOM the five that they feel some the video while our own bone Bloomberg's armful of the follow by the way. Yeah, and so again here we have a situation where we have structural habitat something that's very simple to provide as long as you keep trees on the landscape, and I see it all the time I walk around my neighborhood at night, or in the evenings, and you can see where trees were hollow, and people have filled them with either concrete or foam or something. It's like they they. They haven't quite figured out that if they maybe want to keep the tree, it's probably best just to let that go. And plus the rotting in and of itself returned some of those nutrients that were locked up in the hardwood, and it's it's IT'S A. A natural process in the life of a tree and I would bet that a lot of the big trees you go out into the woods and see all these ones that people get really excited about Many of them are hollow to just had a guest on talk about ancient trees, and they were saying it's really hard to estimate because every time they go in with a core They just meet a spot that goes, and it goes right into this hollow chamber within there. So this is a really important habitat, just in terms of structure alone in my hat's off to you Andrea for sticking your hand your head or your camera. into these areas I grew up with. A raccoon family and one of the hollow trees in my neighborhood and. Want WanNa do that with angry Mama in there. Yes I guess maybe have some of the golf was. Afraid from a wooden the. I. Thou-. What's the about the mile from there? There was a vital. Several. Other than I. Know counter any particular dangers. One. Fella my head Initially I was the EPA. Why though cameras? Lab and then we'll give you fifty. Feature. Inside and boom keenum. There a cell phone with a flat live. In. The follow. Your, no yeah, and it's pretty effective. Anti Predatory Defense there for the stick insects, but in thinking about both of your study systems I mean
"lucan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"Your gene and that is you know from from the fact that help eighteen headed heretofore heretofore unheard of Sun and that heretofore unheard of Sun rejected coffee. I wanted nothing to do with them for you know. Maybe this is why he started looking looking for his apprentice. You know and the idea that that He had this son. We'd never heard of but that you know rejected him. And now how Rachel rejects it. And I'll say this coming to that. Nc I know not the cartoon at the end but the actual emceeing of Ray at local inns moisture farm. Yes that was beautiful too That she returns to the place sordo started. That is beautiful and again I didn't need. I didn't need Lucan Leah. That was not allowed. I mean it was fine to have there you go. Yeah I mean I mean the I know but they always do that with the force goes and stuff but I I was like Oh wait is someone. I'm going to pick up those lightsabres eventually. Then it hit me. I was like wait a minute. This is like a burial because you know 'cause they all disappear when they die. There's no remain so they`res Lightsaber Paisley. I think she has the Perry of them and interestingly enough she has her own lightsaber now which is also interesting. A yellow light. Yeah I think. I thought that they thought someone said what does she built that out of her staff. She carried in his other movies. I mean possible. I don't know What I do know about it is what about with the.
"lucan" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Then there was the pipe bomb that detonated inside. Connie Hogan's pickup and now there was a mysterious. xbox addressed abreast of Jonathan delivered to his high school. I guess it had something to do with the car bomb. That was happened last week. It it may be from the same person so we're not sure immediately. The school is shut down because now we still wasn't sure who is going to be involved. The box was removed and destroyed destroyed inside. Investigators were hoping to find some evidence that could lead them to the bomber instead. They found party favors that Jonathan then had forgotten. He'd ordered for a high school dance something that he was in charge of getting and he didn't remember it but chose everybody stayed on mind at the time it was was pretty rough. Schools closed down bomb. Squads coming out everything well. This particular event turned out to be a bust in terms of finding any workable evidence. Lucan beal's believed leave. The bomber had to be somebody who knew the whole bullets newer. They worked where they lived through their routines and had access to their cars. You're the only problem. Was that Connie Devout Christian and mother of three had no known enemies but Lucan Beales had one witness might might be able to shed some light on that part of their investigation. A witness had yet to question. Connie hoaglund always. I had a sense that she was Kinda live. I don't know why but I always knew that she was going to live. I just didn't know how in. ICU After having gone through seven different surgeries to see her right foot.
New "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" trailer released
"We are here to talk about Social Media News and and the first thing we're going to talk about is star wars because the trailer was on tonight during the halftime show of the Monday night football game to which I said to Monday night football games normally have a halftime show is not more of a super bowl thing and my husband who's a football fan said he didn't think it normal we happened but ESPN is owned by Disney who also now owned star wars so they have you know they they have the means to play the new star wars trailer as part of the halftime show which may or may not be a normal part of Monday night football it doesn't matter if it is or not that's when it was and we happen to be watching the game let me rephrase my husband happened to be watching the game I happen to be reading a book that's that's often how we watch football together uh together I glanced up every once in a while and we we know we have conversations I read a book or snuggle with puppies or whatever it happens to be so the new trailer the rise star wars the rise of skywalker premiered tonight and of course it is now trending on Social Media so there's a lot of scenes of ray running running and jumping into generally being the athletic bad ass that she tends to be you know it it tells you both a lot and not much at all gives you just enough to speculate of course because that is what a good trailer does and of course people are speculating the trailer is two minutes and thirty eight seconds long so of course there's plenty to speculate about and of course fans are already commenting on social media creating youtube videos et CETERA and there's already than articles parsing the social media news and the the all of these all the speculation this article is from movie Web Dot COM and they say they have I know they don't say that that was my word they say we have compiled some of the best still images to make section process that much easier for everybody Some fans got an early start this afternoon when the studio released a teaser trailer which featured the Ice Planet of Jimmy and possibly the ghost chip from the Star Wars rebels animated series so Lucasville announced over the weekend that the final rise of skywalker trailer was going to drop during tonight's Monday night football game which follows the promotional campaign for the previous in this stall moment of latest trilogy j.j Abrams has spoken about his fear of putting endings two things but he seems pretty confident that what he pulled off here and the rise of Skywalker The new trailer teases something star wars fans are going to be talking about for months couple of months at least because it comes out on December twentieth so we have we have just under two months to speculate before we can go see it the rise of Walker footage released so far has had a darker tone to it which seems forboding return of Emperor Palestine who get to hear once again and his presence is felt all over this preview. There's teasers of the dark side taking over but we always but we know that George Lucas always intended on bringing balance to the story so we will more than likely end up seeing that representative as well even though he with the latest trailer and footage we still have no idea what J.j Abrams and Chris Stereo have really cooked up for us that does not stop us from speculating things that I saw on social media people already combining Kylo and raise name like a rail oh I think I saw some referred to him Kylo refer Dumas's Bennett depending on how you think of him but there's all sorts of speculation on what Ben and Kylo and Ray are going to be up to the palpitation also trending of course Hashtag Palestine people are having a field day speculating my favorite my favorite tweets were those talking about Ray Ray low rain kylo being on some kind of grand scavenger hunt to find the Hor- cruxes of the emperor because that just combines all of my dorky passions of both Star Wars and star wars and Harry Potter. I can't help it I'm a Dork Internet skype the let me start that over in addition to the final trailer trailer hitting the Internet the rise of skywalker tickets are early on sale well have you ever I know people do it but I have never bought a ticket a movie to two months out I remember when they re released the star I trilogy the original Star Wars Trilogy I was in college and I waited long lines for those but I've never bought a ticket that far out it'll be interesting so well we are about to see the Skywalker saga come to an end that doesn't mean star wars is coming to an end because there's a million different storylines they can pursue it's been forty two years I sense George Lucas introduced the world to the story to these characters wow I mean star wars has been around for four decades which I know because it's been around my whole life but now it's time though to close the book on nine installed events and leave room for new stories to told well it's bittersweet this article says we still have we at least have the rise of Skywalker to look forward to with all of its ties to the past and the future I'm just wondering really is it going to tie things up is it not going you know how satisfied am I going to be about this supposedly conclusion to nine movie story arc and nine movies that are some are better than others let's just put it out there of course some are better than others it's it's going to be that so the the trailer features kind of gives you glimpses of everyone C. Three Po not sure what's going on with C. Three Po little concerned about him from the trailer You Get a brief glimpse of R two D two's chew he's in there a very brief glimpse of Princess Leia hugging ray brief glimpse of Landau flying possibly the Millennium Falcon Falcon. I don't know I didn't pay enough attention but you know and then all the new characters of course ray and Kylo in Poland people whose names I'm not thinking of off the top ahead is clearly I am not that big of a fan no I am a fan I just don't always I just don't have names off the top of my head there's Dumb you get a PLO and podium Ron and Oh what is the guy's name the African American man can't think of his name that's so terrible but that's just weird that that is that it should be Lucan lay back there maybe three Po it it's like weird collisions of my life together and so I don't know what's going on with three P. Oh I don't know what's going on there's lots and lots of drama for me the the trailer was fine it's the music that gets me they do that they do that on purpose of course but the music kind of amps me up less the story Alana law I'm excited about it but it's the music like yes this is this is my childhood this is coming and I get to see it at Christmas time
"lucan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Gonna go north of the border Lucan Ontario look next a next I go ahead hi Dan one week retired police officer I retired fourteen years ago from a suburban department thank you for your service thank you for your service very welcome situations organism I got shot at one time by you know the crazed person driving down the freeway with a rifle I thought I thought I I thought people could never guns in Canada no this was this was in Minnesota where I worked yeah okay you living in Ontario but you work you work the Minnesota okay right right and you know there was an incident Tara so many others really in the grand scheme of things traffic stops with people but we knew were around and Donna situations like that I wonder if this council person decides to make an appearance on your show would you ask them two questions one would be willing to handle some of these situations on our I know there I know with a guy that's a great question and I course with a blast that question this to me they have the guts to come on the show I can tell you right now there is going to be no go ahead with the second question okay well usually politicians like that my soul what question would be would you be willing to handle some of these situations on our because their first answer is not gonna be very coherent yeah so so gay visiting you worked as a police officer in Minnesota have you retired to Ontario or you just up in Ontario on vacation retired doing Terry now so how are you able to do that you would you have dual citizenship yes really yeah which came first you US your Canadian citizenship U. S. really and how difficult was it to retire to to Canada the where and when did you assume Canadian suit he is their citizenship colonel six and my wife just coming back she brought me to the border and putting in bringing back into Canada all hope for millions my husband you know somewhat embarrassed way back up what about that has been made on their investors screens and I got permanent residents and then got my citizenship let's see this was your wife a Canadian citizen yes so she was she was born a Canadian citizen well she was born in England okay chefs those okay well that's interesting you know and how to how his retirement in Ontario treating you basically I just came up here and got another job working full time okay so is really not retirement how many years did you know we want a big police department in Minnesota a smaller community what type of when I retired we had about seventy people department this pretty good size services pretty good city look thank you very much for your call and thanks again for your service and I hope you continue to listen and I said I know you've called before you keep calling okay okay sure well good to talk with your damn thank you very much six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty city councilor in Burlington Vermont wants to disarm Burlington police department it's an ideal like this if it's allowed in one place it goes to another community it metastasize is go next to Arlington and it is this Tim or tea I'm I'm T. T. T. your next and I said how are you I thank you Sir good evening thanks thanks very much to bring up a couple points I've been in LAR force with the thirty eight years my father before me he was police officer for thirty three years there are several things that have to be brought up so that people can understand the bigger picture thank you service go right ahead thank you Sir inching once the laws which means so far back there are fewer guns so therefore was easier to take care of you know crime is crying hello well what we're seeing now is they have it on the internet all these people that are marching in England two PM knives because most of the immigrants that are coming to England and everybody who lives in in in England Terry it's weapons so the around marches rope the city to go see it on the internet they're marching band possession of night because people will find the weapon no matter what of course the people with the masses so you can you can only keep a knife in your kitchen draw for dinner time it is I know what I'm saying this is the movement yeah no I get is coming forth okay okay so if you're gonna be gone it would be a nice and it is a nice little beer walk away in England and I've been to England have been to Ireland three police officers there are multi level we saw so that you usually single with me the unique cattle in the dock blue uniform the body they call him is your community service officer you will find you cast he will take your report would somebody breaks a window he will go in and and help with various civil dispute that happen the next level up in you can see is a lot of the British movies to report of a lot of the British television shows the next level up is just like the American police officer they carry the same here they were almost two tests they carry sidearms and they've got a hold of a quick that's more than I need into carrying now by the way we've all seen those with some of the the terrorist activity in London a couple of years ago you had the people who are using cars and trucks as as weapons of destruction weapons of terrorism and the police were Johnny on the spot and and you knew that that that they were they had that second line defense you're absolutely right another thing I'd like to bring up Sir is police a reactionary I mean seldom is there a police of officer outside your hopes there was a burglar all we're in there is this situation the defaults if you're looking for water these current the police officers to getting shot what happens we go to go serve all water there were coming we go to with domestic people know that the police are on the wait because somebody just called they get to set up and they get too emotional more it's one of the ways a police officer but are meeting their demise now would being not set up in in the sense of yes the bad guys no well they know what's coming so therefore the appropriate and they also played a few weeks while they also had they had the element of surprise and is also situations where some of these individuals as deranged as they are they want to commit suicide by cop is what is called in in order to get you to shoot at them and achieve what they want which is their own death they'll they'll open up on you and they may hit you they don't care if you're the police officer who killed him they just want a police officer killed if they take you down in the process that's just part of the you know that that that's collateral damage to their goal which is suicide by cop now I know you're very limited meaning you can tell me the organization I'm trying to think of they can take a candle disease control they give you statistics on disease control the center for disease control the CDC thirty six six you can see what they can help us with just about what people don't want to publish this or or are unaware of this but firearms are used basically six to seven thousand times a day it's not always that somebody pulls the trigger but if there's a robbery and somebody pulls out this fire around the people places or people break into a house and then the guy takes a stick so distrust on in in people don't always get chilled with firearms firearms ID will always shocks would just charged in some of these situations but across the nation and I'm not I'm not gonna try to tell anybody to join the NRA everything else that's my deck but there's a section in there called service and and it gives a highlight of symbol that out in the newspaper that a third of imports detention where people have used firearms to protect themselves or others yes this will reactionary you know it's up to people to defend themselves I'm not telling everybody to go to get a gun what I'm saying is you have to make a mature choice whether or not you think you can handle the situation and by taking your your don't want one form if you want to rely on us as police officers to come in a sister that's fine but the number is going to get the lady we're going to be behind the eight ball from the beginning yeah hopefully we don't get shot in the process but we would have to defend ourselves well as I see it right now I've got a ballistic shields I've got a high powered rifle I've got my side you know I'm I'm ready for the whole war what if you want to say a warm the streets now I will tell you that if the if there is any people out thinking about breaking into homes tonight in Arlington in Arlington please avoid keys at all costs I don't know what's good for you when my father retired in nineteen sixty eight okay the reason he he retired is because it was the drug culture coming in search for reasons he was getting older and it was the young man's demanding you know I'm I'm retiring pretty soon sure no yeah yeah criminals are younger stronger you know what police officers confront some of these people they've been watching videos of mixed martial arts battles and they see their you know very keen jurists they think they're just mistakes you know and these these kids but the recent disrespectful police officers for already the clergy the police even for adults and elders is is that Florence it's it's terrible absolutely yes T. look thank you so much for your call I I hope people respond to it you've you've given great service to the to the town of Arlington and to come off the Massachusetts I thank you for that I think if you call today because I think it does in caps late with people need to know appreciate it thank you six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty I would love to hear from you if you think that these this proposal of this a deal is being circulated in Burlington Vermont makes any sense whatsoever to disarm the police that's the direction that some people a significant percentage of people in America would like to see this country go if you want to make the case for it you've heard many people make the case against it you're welcome if you'd like to reinforce some of the points that have been made if your police officer family member a police officer six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty police you need the support of police when you are in a bind whether it's your home and you hear you door being broken in or you think you hear breaking glass or have they need your support as well and you can you can certainly articulate that support right here on WBZ night sight coming back on its side side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirties.
Previously On... Peaky Blinders
"Yet william television ever night peaky blinders season four five thomas drives his california from a distance bhai. The mafia pack truck luca reminds them. He'll be the one to take the final shot. The truck pulls up alongside thomas his parked car and the mathematics at the vehicle. We see thomas hurriedly walking with machine guns ammo along a balcony. He reaches the same mm series gun stolen in season. One loads and sprays bullets down on his enemies ones killed the rest run for cover of the truck. Lucas steps out returning five from his tommy homey gun. The others follow suit forcing thomas duck under a hail of bullets. It makes a dash for a house behind him and grab stashed weapons. Lou kunis boy's clothes in luca commons. The polly lied to chengdu with him and catches. Thomas on the stairwell and shots were exchanged the chases on through lines of drawing sheets the hang along the balconies doubling back. Thomas surprises the man and shoot him dead that entered the building telling residents to get away from the windows. Lucas surprised by young boy dimension which way thomas went handing the lat coin fidora actions the group then continue up the stairs in pursuit and thomas hits the open-air and makes his way down a fire escape wounding another chengdu at man as he moves lookers occurs advised to let him go for now but he refuses on the streets he witnessed his thomas put a bullet in the wounded man and steps into the road gun. Blazing thomas returns fire and a standoff handoff take shape. He's offered a one on one duel. Thomas steps four the menlo choas but before either can get a shot away the please storm in mob handed dragging and beating thomas until moss steps in luke ernie's crew escape mosses at the end of his tether and turns down cash from thomas declaring loudly that the rule of the lord's returning then telling thomas soldiers at coming back in the safety of the home polly thomas it together awaiting author in the family autho one-sentence is about the shooting. Thomas replies caused the enemies and now down to eight men polly reveals. She was offered a deal by lucan. She accepted having run by thomas. I because they knew who'd wanna kill him himself. Little deluca wall to way thomas still killed three later that evening lizzie breaks the news to thomas. She's pregnant and the baby can only be his. It begins to talk about abortion but she. She says she's keeping it. She tells him they'll be okay but he was surrounded by so much death. He then leaves telling a coldly. She'll get an allowance every week from the company. A drunken authenticity shelby safe grabs in canaan sits alone snorting and drinking in the don't miss when he staggers out he leaves the safe wide open the next morning country road polian mike arrived by car to a gypsy camp site is unimpressed by new digs but he's told to share respect by bony polly says it won't be for long name on not even learn something and watches as he heads off deeper into the woods aboard a caravan paulie drives away with aber roma they stop on route to enjoy the fresh country air in the freedom of gypsy low-life obrero catches rabbit and they cook it together over an open fires they talk polly floods and cold him over to but as the prophetic case she puts a knife. We'll have to his throat threatening him. The should any harm come to michael. She'll kill him and then they get judy under the tree as you do. We cut to alfie solomon's meeting with luca chang. Greta lucre introduces himself alfie being alfie stays. He knows who he is. In the also is a bit of a fadi for not managing to kill thomas despite testings patients luca request the alph replaces his chandra two boys at ringside a seconds and return for assisting alpha won't substantial cash payment and two runs rum into new york lucas ready to do a deal dale but alfie mentions is made the deal with negotiation realizing thomas reuters and they do plan to kill them. All once they finish with the blinds aid is taken from a home bus military three personal and is met by colonel ben younger. He tells us she was seen talking to jesse ada state. She was just settling an industrial dispute. The kotal tells us she's potentially angela very useful assets the army. She's got a foot in more than one camp and she should talk to brother thomas. I had to catch thomas and asked him about the colonel and thomas informs a younger parched him for assistance have been given birmingham in order to stop a revolution her reminded jesse and his meeting him for dinner and that the military are interested in those around her if gained jesse's trust she gives names and he passes them on an exchange for this he gets contracts valued at two million to supply vehicles to the military the charlie's all his yard charleen curly set the table thomasson jesse thomas lays the charm thick is marmalade. He presented with paperwork. Detailing withdrawn wage cuts in parity between men and women than return his to hear all jesse knows about socialism. The macy cleary also wants now as strong in series the people she knows she believes he's worried. He'll find himself on on the wrong side. When the revolution comes admitting she counts itself among those seeking a real fight and she's not alone as the evening progresses the pad bonding left together. He pops a record on the laden's nature. His oems jesse asks you feel help they co was he kisses a cheek him. He says he will. It's fight night nights. Aberra reveals to bonnie. He'll get an extra twenty percent if he dropped goliath in the fourth opposites ringside but thomas heads backstage fully from the shadows by another the man.
Stanley Cup Playoffs continue with Round 2
"Pm round two of the Stanley Cup. Playoffs begins tonight already. The blue jackets will be in Boston to start the Eastern Conference second round against the Bruins. That's at seven pm. The blues will host the stars nine thirty to kick off the Western Conference second round. It was announced earlier this morning that Rochester Americans goalie Yuka Pekka Lucan has undergone a successful hip surgery. He is expected to make a full recovery within the
"lucan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Lucan making it official at enterprise center this morning, USA gymnastics, president and CEO Li Li Li young says Saint Louis is getting the trials because of its past experience hosting gymnastics events. And so they're their passion. They show the readiness and on top of that with the newly remodeled enterprise center, they just put forth in incredible bed. It'll be the first time Saint Louis will host both the men's and women's Olympic trials at the same time. They'll be held in June of twenty twenty Brian Kelly NewsRadio eleven twenty K MOX after three inmates died Saint Louis county's new jail later is promising a top to bottom audit. Cam says, Michael Calhoun joins us live from the newsroom, Michael. You talked to him today. You're Carol Colonel Choi Doyle says the first thing he did was meet with grieving mother to Sean troupe whose twenty year old son died at the jail last month. We had a pretty good conversation rather not talk about what we've spoke of. But other than Sean. Sort of reassuring them. I'm gonna go in conducted thorough investigation on operations of Jill Doyle was on loan from the police department to clean up operations at the Justice center. But troop questions why interim director who was there when our son died is still there? Throughout this process, shall she is undesired getting any position with this count. Troops says she's reassured at the appointment of Lieutenant Colonel Doyle and hopes his fresh set of eyes leads to changes live of the newsroom. Michael Calhoun, NewsRadio eleven twenty kmox. Kmox news time four oh five. A lawsuit claims at billboards towering over an African American cemetery in Berkeley desecrate the memory of the people buried their Brandon's lawsuit seeks an injunction that would require removal of the six lighted. Billboards that stand on thick metal poles high of Washington park cemetery where it abuts interstate. Seventy this calls placement of the billboards disrespectful. The ninety nine year old cemetery is largely run down. Brandon is among volunteers who tend to at her mother and grandmother are both buried their DDI media owns the billboards. They're not technically on cemetery land because in the nineteen eighties. The parcel sitting along the highway near Saint Louis Lambert international airport, the media, president Vince Miller says he's not seeing the lawsuit and declined to comment. Alex, NewsRadio eleven. Twenty km awakes Camelot's news time four six rabid bats have been found in south Saint Louis county registered nurse Carla Halloween with Saint Louis county public health telling KOMO X the bats are coming out of hibernation. But she points out the entire area has that's the biggest concern is we hope that if it's in a house that someone context animal control to come out and get the bad. So it's available for testing in case. There was a high risk situation where there was a person in a room sleeping woke up and saw the bat or a child sleeping if the health department tests the bat in its negative rabies. She says there's nothing more to do. But if it turns out to be rabid a treatment plan is prescribed rabies transmitted through saliva, by the way. If you're pet is bitten by a bat. She says call your vet immediately. Well, the north saying those landmark goody goody diner is closed until further notice after last night's fire. Cam Lexus, Brian Kelly, went there this morning, usually outside the goody goody diner, you smell coffee and bacon. This morning you smell smoke from the kitchen fire. That pretty much gutted the kitchen incense smoke and soot throughout the rest of the restaurant last night slide Bill the greeter who's usually here in the mornings. He's checking out the damage and looking to the future, even though be go through storms and raising adversity that there's a brighter day at the end of the tunnel. So the light will shine and we'd be back again because I want you to know that everybody in Saint Louis U, measuring L says most importantly, no one was hurt. The fires causes under investigation at natural bridge and Goodfellow Brian Kelly, NewsRadio eleven twenty x from the Jefferson Bank and trust business desk store shelf cameras.
Kyrie Irving, Russell Westbrook, LeBron James, and the Lakers
"Irving situation. There's a lot of there's a lot of things that are happening. Let me just say this one more time about LeBron. Lebron kyri could play together don't they will? But I think they'd could. And Kyrie's network in Boston the bottom line for the Lakers right now. And this is why the season's done it's over. I said it two days ago is if you're star player in your coach are not connecting. And there's not respect it doesn't work. If you watch a Laker game watch the time outs. Look at the body language like Lucan, LeBron like, they do not work. They just don't work. And by the way, Luke Walton is not magic guy. Not LeBron guy. He's not rob Pelinka's guy. He's not clutch sports guy. Luke stung love him. But he's gone. He'll probably coach in college in a year. But it's not gonna work. And so we got this Laker thing if they gotta get anti Davis injury. No playoffs gets Luke fired. Lebron gotta hit one of these
"lucan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Lucan Senator Rob Portman about the risks of a deal that the president might not support. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. The Senate breaks with the president on Syria voting against any move by the White House to quickly remove all U S troops today. The Trump administration is expected to announce the US's withdrawal from the pack that has been a centerpiece of superpower arms control since the Cold War. And on story Corp ascend remembers his father, the good the bad and music. It's Friday the first rapper big BOI from Outkast turns forty four years old today. The newscast is coming up next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is expected to announce today that the US is leaving nineteen eighty-seven arms control treaty. The Trump administration alleges Russia has been breaking the treaty. It's a complaint. Previously made by the Obama administration. New court documents are showing more information on the alleged origin of the US opioid crisis. Martha bebinger of member station. WB you are told NPR's morning edition that prosecutors have brought a case against Oxycontin maker Purdue pharma and the Sackler family, which owns the company. This is a lawsuit. That was filed by the Massachusetts. Attorney general Maura Healey. She is claiming that Purdue and the Sackler is marketed the opioid drugs as safe even though they knew the risk of addiction and in doing so did help 'cause the opioid epidemic, Martha bebinger reporting NPR has learned that a scientist in New York is conducting experiments aimed at editing. The DNA in human embryos NPR's. Rob Stein has details. The scientist deeter Egli of Columbia University isn't trying to create any gene editing babies. A scientists in China sparked international outrage recently when he announced he had created the world's first gene edited babies Egli says he's just trying to do the basic laboratory research necessary to see if editing the genes in human embryos can work and is safe to maybe someday prevention diseases, he stopping any of his edited embryos from developing so he can study them, but critics worry this kind of research could encourage more scientists to go rogue many scientists, however say such basic research is crucial rob Stein, NPR news. The government's latest monthly jobs report is due out in about half an hour NPR's Windsor Johnston reports some economists expect the January unemployment numbers to reflect the partial government shutdown the shot. Down left hundreds of thousands of federal employees furloughed, but because they will receive backpay they'll be counted. In the payroll survey as employed, but economists are split on a separate household survey. Gus Moshe is the chief economist at PNC financial services in that survey federal government workers who were furloughed will be counted as temporarily unemployed so I do expect to see an increase in the unemployment rate in January two four point. Oh percent. But with those workers coming back on the job, I would expect we'd see the unemployment rate fall again in February though, she predicts US employers will add about one hundred sixty thousand jobs in January that's coming off a stronger than expected unemployment report in December Windsor Johnston. NPR news New Jersey, Senator Corey Booker says he's running for the democratic presidential nomination Booker posted the news to Twitter today. He becomes the fourth sitting US Senator to run for president. You're listening to NPR news from wash. Beginning this month of boy scouts of America will begin calling themselves scouts BSA and create a program for girls to earn. The rank of eagle scout. Katie Blackley of member station. W E ASA reports from Pittsburgh more than seventy six thousand girls nationwide signed up for scouts last year when the program for younger children cub scouts became co. Ed, you're gonna station is now forming single-sex troops for older girls. Sharon molds with the laurel highlands council. Says girls aren't Suzy ask about joining. They're excited about having the opportunity to do a third brothers do or the other boys. Do I think a lot of them what we're seeing as they just wanna be eagle scouts girl. Scouts USA sued over the name change scouts BSA say allowing girls is more convenient for families with increasingly busy schedules. And that girls showed an interest in the organization's activities for NPR.
"lucan" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"A person believes your appear to them or you're more or your higher up. The social hierarchy the dominance hierarchy than them. They won't pay attention to you and feel like they have power over you. So what is very interesting when so many things that have power over you, or they're better than you are they're higher in the dominance hierarchy than you a few things happen their their ability to focus narrows, right? So they don't see things broadly their appreciation of you is literally skin deep. They can only see what very surface level and more importantly, they they take risky behaviors around you and with you because they feel like they're in a powerful position. So see you narrowly they only shoot a surface level and they behave and they load up on risk around you. So maybe it means looking at their phone or taking phone calls or not paying attention. And all so until they believe you're appear or your superior to them in the social hierarchy. They can't pay any attention to you. So you gotta get past the mid brain. And only then you get to the Neo cortex in the Neo cortex is a part of brain that. It really can appreciate the things that you're saying about your idea your project yourself, a whatever it is. And so that's how information move the brain. Until you understand that you can't organize your persuasion. Your ideas, the things you want to say correctly because you're trying to get right into the Neo cortex Neo cortex does not wanna hear about the things that you've got to say immediately after earn your way up to that part of the brain. You know, it was interesting upon reading that in your book, the first thing, I was thinking about was some studies that I saw that if you put a mouse in a new environment before that mouse eats drinks sleeps does anything else at us to go around the whole room in investigate it until it feels safe to do those other things. So until that brain feel safe in an environment where you're pitching throwing all these ideas out as the feel good of who you are what's going on. And and quell that that part of it's all those questions it's dealing with. Yes. So you're that mouth. Because you go meeting, and when you do you talk about fucking skiing fishing in Florida vacation. Did you see the the Super Bowl? Did you watch the playoff game? Right. Oh, it's sure is hot it. Sure. It's called can you believe these politicians we so? So the reason you're seeking report in this way. Of course is to find a safe space to then for that. Social acceptance to where you can start to give your pitch presentation, sell, your ideas. So that you'll see that in other people looking for safety before they start to even feel like they can sell or pitch. Whatever it is we crave that feeling of safety in that is this a crock brain looking to be calm before information could move past it, absolutely. And so in social relationships in deals, there's there's one person who is the most important and one person who is the sup. Lucan who's trying to get in the deal. And we're all wired to feel like the investor or the buyer is the prize that I'm trying to win the crackerjack price comes from right on dig in this box and win the prize. I want to perform a win the prize American idol, right? I sing for the judges. The investor we frame up in our mind as the person who will judge our performance, and what it is. We have against the other contestants in order to give us something. Right. And so I feel like we need to break that frame and and frame ourselves as the prize. I'm the person that the buyer is lucky to be spending time with I'm deciding the buyer can get in my deal. I'm deciding whether to take the investor or not, so how do you organize it in your mind? Well, the way I feel about it. And the way I I recognize the the prize frame is that money is a commodity and get anywhere. And so if all the buyer can give me as money and get money anywhere. The opportunity is to buy my product to work with me to invest in my deal. I'm the thing that money needs deals and money needs products to buy.
"lucan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Markson guest hosting tonight Jason and JV enjoying a little bit of vacation time in the midst of the winter early in the beginning of the winter in the northeast year. Jason I'm not sure where Jason is. But I know the JV is somewhere in Florida where it's considerably warmer were and where it is right now. But we're still enjoying things here in upstate New York and enjoying our conversation with our two guests tonight, Christopher or a pillow and Tara Maguire. They are authors of a book that has received quite a bit of critical praise and new book called Belgium's Stang and sword a guide to traditional witchcraft the six full path and the hidden landscape. It's been described as a book that offers a fresh spirit based non practice of witchcraft without DVD's, or holy days, it brings authentic traditional spiritual practice to light. But in a modern context and also presents an accessible introduction. Two regional traditional witchcraft. We continue with Christopher appello and terror love McGuire wanted to ask you about another piece of terminology in the title. We we broke down the bedroom. Staying in sword part in our number one. What exactly though is the sixfold path that you reference in the other part of the title. So if if everyone could cast their minds back to like sixth grade science class when you're learning about elements a periodic table, and we're is there was a substance that could be broken down to its most purest form that was only one month. We kind of took a look at that like witchcraft like if we broke witchcraft down to its barest components. We came up with six six separate disciplines that comprise witchcraft. So the six will pass and those disciplines are history and lore, which is why one magic divination herbalism necropsy and head witchery and all six of those things. Together comprise which passed. All right. Well, that makes sense one of the things that has always fascinated me is the subject of necropsy romance. Which is for those not aware. That's basically the effort to communicate with the dead in order to try to predict the future that correct? A little bit. Indicate with the diet sometimes just to get knowledge, not necessarily all future or Disney purposes. Yeah. And is that is that subjects that you? Go into quite a bit of depth in the book. Yes. Yes. We the book itself. The six pads are broken down in the chapter in the book, the Necker Mitzi has its own chapter. So. Now have either of you had personal situations where you've been able to communicate with the dead. Usually, it's it's still it's it comes in the form. And a lot of our experiences either just through lex crying where you're know. You're looking into in center, a black mirror, for example, or in what people refer to as unsubstantiated, personal nauseous. Where you're in conversation. Like, you said before we have an ancestor altar suicide before the off the ancestor altar as a daily practice and just have conversation. And sometimes you get feelings of answers from that interaction. That's just one way that we employ Necker Mansi. Neck romance itself is it's such a nebulous thing. Because a lot of people. It gets interpreted as corpse divination or give nation by a dead body. And you don't do that. All well. No, no. Unfortunately, bruce. I don't have access to corpses. All right. That clear if there's any directors out there willing to try some weird stuff give us a call. But that was that was something that was done quite a bit going back probably what nineteenth century and obviously before. Then I mean that was a common thing. Yeah. Even further back. I mean, there's stories in all kinds of classical literature that talk about people attempting to contact a dead to find out information. I mean Christa clash on Necker Mansi called resurrecting macaroni. And he tells the story about the witch of Eric though, and how she was hired. Well, you you tell your the one who wrote it. This is the story of Eric comes from Sarah solu-, which is a an early. A Roman epic poem written by Lucan, public domain oddly enough, you know, being so all the this. But it it tells of Eric so who is employed by sexist poppies to make contact with the dead. So he can find out whether or not he was going to die in the battle the next day, Eric so was vile creature of a woman who lived outside of society, and and hung out in graveyards in caves and would steal corpses. And body parts from battlefields, and employees, the spirits and employees the spirits into joining her army of shades on this particular occasion, she sought out a body from the local battlefield that had no wounds to the lungs and drug it to the cave to summon the spirit of the soldier to answer her questions for sexist pompous. And you teach an entire course on this fascinating. No, really. It's it. It really is amazing. You mentioned a term moment ago. Christopher black mirror. Explain exactly what that is. It's. A black mirror is one of the most coolest tool lists that. It's the simplest thing to make. It's literally like, you take a picture frame that has you know, has the glass in it, and you paint the far side of the glass with like flat black spray paint. And then you put the put the piece of glass back into the frame, and you look through the opposite side. So like the black mirror itself. It ends up looking under the right lighting conditions that ends up looking like this black expanse just as this. Void that. You just look at this endless. Void that. You will look into. And it allows you to kind of trans out and to not focus on anything, you know, because when we're looking around the room, or is focused on whatever we're looking at, you know, whether it's a chair or table or the cat, but when you look into something like a black mirror or even in a in a really really dark space. Your eyes are allowed to kind of phase out and not so 'cause on anything in your in which causes a bit of a trance state, and because the the black mirror itself is almost like the inside of your I, you know, like when you have your eyes shut and you're going to sleep, and you might see as your as your do cod. Runs in rods and cones in your eye or kind of pulling down from the just from the daily activity, you might see impressions and shapes and forms on the inside of your eyelids. It's it's kind of along the same lines. I mean, a lot of David nation is just about interpreting abstract shapes or symbols or. A symbolic language like in Tara work. Studying pictures and interpreting pictures in a language on its own. So like black mirror is like really cool and really easy to make so know with with very little expense on the part of the practitioner, you can have a black mirror in short of a day. And now, I know where the Netflix show came up with its name that explains that our Christopher pillow and Tara love McGuire. They are authors of the new book bedroom staying in stored tear. I wanna talk about your background. We mentioned earlier you are practicing which for thirty years, and you've had some major influences over time Isabel gowdy, Marie Lavoro and William s Burroughs. Let's talk about each of those people familiar with a little bit. She was in New Orleans guess eighteen hundreds. Kind of. Right. Yeah. There's there's also there's two Murray's the mother and the daughter, and they were very very influential in shaping of American food are Americans doodoo. So there's her because very much have a deep love of that type of practice. Isabel gowdy is actually a Scottish witch from the bowl team hungry. I forget the year, but she's listed in the Scottish witch trials. And what's unique about her is that she didn't when she was accused and brought before her accusers. She didn't deny anything. She was like totally psyched about talking about it. She was like, yeah. This is what happens, and I go here, and we dance, and they give me things and they've taught me how to heal and like all of this really great stuff that you don't really hear about in the witch trials. Really good book by a woman named Emma will be called the visions of his belt gowdy that goes into the witch trial records and then executed. No, actually, she was not executed and she survived the trials, really. Yeah. Yeah. And then the third person a writer American writer, William Burroughs. Will you must boroughs who is probably most well known for his novel naked lunch. Yeah. It was made into an awesome film in the early nineties directed by David Cronenberg, William s Burroughs was one of the beasts he hung out with Carolina back and Allen Ginsberg, Oregon that whole crew of people, and he definitely had an colts lever to the things that he right, but not overtly people would think it was it's an undercurrent going through there. He talks about different realities that people live in and how to shift between them and how sometimes it just happens by accident. And I started reading barriers it probably inappropriately early age raised by wolves. And it really impacted me. And I think it it really shaped my my my witchcraft. When I think of writers of the occult. One of the names that always comes to mind is HP lovecraft. We do we personally are both fans of HP lovecraft, and the Kippur mythos and the things that he writes, he has a very Eldridge Harlem, kind of style cosmic horror. I think is how they actually phrase it. We don't tend to or too much with that type of what people would call it current just because the elder gods in the in the lovecraft, cosmology are not a good time. They kind of really just wanna mostly destroy humanity. But there are people who do who do absolutely work with them as their as their chosen paradigm. And they they work within that structure. But we we mostly keep lovecraft for entertainment. Yeah. He's become a controversial figure too. Because it's you know, turned out that he was pretty virulent racist attitudes that we really would not tolerate today. I guess you know, it can be difficult to separate that from the the quality of the writing it can. And it's a lot of the time. When people dissect things like that from writers or artists from from way, back they removed them from the context in which they happened in and place them in a modern context. And they say things like oh, well had I been around during that time. I then x y and z, and it's like, no, you probably wouldn't have because you also would have been raised in that society in that time and the viewpoints that someone like lovecraft had were reprehensible, he's extremely phobic very racist. Very antisemitic, but strangely married Jewish women. And there was a lot of arguments among lovecraft scholars who some of them say that he was starting to kind of pull away from that mindset as he was getting older. But he also I mean, he don't put lung, and there's others who say, no, no, no. Until the day he died, and they they pick back and forth about it endlessly. But I read lovecraft within the modern context keeping in mind. What things were like then? And I don't venerate him like some I definitely acknowledge all of his flaws and repugnant on on particular people's at the world we continue on a Tuesday night. Our guests Christopher pillow and terror love McGuire. They are practitioners of witchcraft authors of the new book Belgium, staying in sword a guide to traditional witchcraft the sixfold path and the hidden landscape. We will continue really a fascinating subject you've conversation witchcraft. You're listening to beyond reality radio..
"lucan" Discussed on WHOA That's Good Podcast
"Hey, hey, mama house ago him. Good. Good good. All right. Well, I just taught to Nasi Lucan. It was so cool. Eight like the best. She's just like Ray of sunshine. Okay. She gave really great advice. And now it's time for the whoa. That's good though. That's bad advice from all of the fans. Let's see what we got today. Bring it. I let's see. Let's let's see. Okay. I'll start with a good one in my opinion. Take a look at who used to round yourself with to take hold on. Let me just revere. Take a look at who you surround yourself with to take a look at where you are going. That is definitely good your friendships make a huge difference in your life. Yes. And and it's also like you attract friends, you are who are going where you're going, you know, and if you're not if you're not conscious about it or you're not aware of like, okay? Like who Anna's around myself than where are the people surrounding myself with going you'll kinda drifts like that analogy when time about was good about like going into ocean. And how like if you if you're out in the ocean in the way, they're talking all this, and if you're not paying attention drifts, and you'll like you end up somewhere that he didn't even wanna be like you didn't never plan today, either further out center further down because of the that undertow, but if you're cautious if you're paying attention to what's happening around you where you are you can you can withstand it. And so I think that's design with friendship sometimes you can just get swept up in it. And you realize you're somewhere that he really didn't want to be there. So on yourself with friends that are that are good that are wanting to stand strong. And I think that drew says much of a powerful force as it is in a negative direction isn't a positive direction. If you have good friends like you end up somewhere. You never thought you could be if you have friends who support you and encourage you and seek the gold in your life and bring it out like I in my life like in high school, I co surrounded with like, I didn't think I would ever get to be doing what I'm doing now because I was like insecure because the people that I was like letting have really loud voices in my ear like kinda feeding that into my life. But now, I'm surrounded by people who like push me to go further, and like go like way bigger dreams that I could have dreamed before because they just like continuously remind me of who I am and have like what guy can do and like the direction that I can go if I just keep going, and so I've. Seen a have like two huge effects my life one and that negative direction and drift far away. And then all of a sudden, my who am I and then one of the most positive direction of like why can't and be like who even am?.
"lucan" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"Oh, it literate Lucan, literally, see where you are on a map and like there's so much investment in this watch. And then when I started to try to do this. Oh, wait. It doesn't have it. Oh, wait, liberated high liberated. Oh, wait. The screen doesn't know when I raise it. I actually have to press a button to turn the light on the screen is not is not a bright enough for me to be able to see it without pressing the buttons got to do something to get your two weeks of battery life. Dude, I, I was like, I was like, I guess I have become so spoiled by the stupid little things that smart watches do now that I'm having a really hard time remembering what the OG generation of smart watches was like. I'm not saying this is bad. I'm just saying, wow, we've come a long way since the first time I saw the garment. Phoenix three smart watches back then were crap now. And so you know, it was like the first generation of Android where apple had not like Samsung was doing their their their first watches than they were terrible. Like the pebble was like by I ever it was like the watch back then. And so I was like, okay, that of the pebble compared to this is okay. There comparible there's no touchscreen, but the SCR. Green is like this and the battery life. And so I was like, okay, so this is like the perfect fitness watch. But now smart watches have evolved so much in just a few years that now I find this to be are chaotic. Let's not say that. I think I think that there's, there's there's something to be said about being not only minimalist by there was a great quote that I listened to last week that kinda ties into this power used to be measured by how much people could do now. Powers being measured by how use it by what we pay attention to. Yeah, by what we pay attention to because we are distracted by so many things and what we are given, we have power in our lives based upon what we know to ignore. So if if that watch is going to be a huge distraction for you because all of those features are in there then more power to you because now it is something it's a tool. It's not. It's not a distraction. It's a tool. No, for me. The problem is that it's got five buttons. I forget what each putting this four, you'll get. There, it's fine. It's just that that minimalistic concept has to apply to everything. Guess what? What that I like about the pebble three buttons? Yeah, it was down and control control, imac and back media's genius. And I hate that the Taylor actually met the CEO of had no clue who he was interviewing at the moment when he got to see the pebble the pebble steel I knew who I was interviewing. I was just cringing. Healer. All right. Before we go too far into this, let's go back into our main topics for today. All right, so I will not be able to talk too much about this, but I was told by our friends along end. We at that this is stuff that I have to like be getting into a little bit more because I I'm working on, I'll use the word archaic MSI laptop. I have a six gen Intel processor in here, which is just not what I need. If I wanna get into four k. video editing and all that stuff. But with all that in mind, computing is going to be stepping forward a little bit with Microsoft's new surface pro six and surface laptop to with a gen Intel cores, which man I want to get in on this. I me you were there, correct. So just get some info on these two in particular before we move forward the good part of the part. Let's start with the good. All right. So the good part is. Yes, definitely. The surface pro continues to be my favorite lineup. I just love the versatility. Everybody was like, no, the surface laptop was my favorite, but the designs that change and that's not necessarily bad, I wouldn't. I wouldn't change the designs as they were. You know what? I would change the whole irony of USPA like USB a twenty eight teen computer..
Taylor Swift Fights Back Tears at Her Concert on the Anniversary of Sexual Assault Trial Verdict
"Taylor swift fights back tears at her concert on the anniversary of sexual assault trial verdict for Taylor swift August fourteenth will always be a bittersweet day while onstage in Tampa on Tuesday as part of her tourists with nearly broke down in tears as she opened up about her twenty seventeen groping trial quote a year ago, I was not playing in a stadium in Tampa. I was in a courtroom in Denver, Colorado. She bravely begun. This is the day the jury cited in my favor and said that they believed me. I guess I just think about all the people that weren't believed in the people who haven't been believed in the people who are afraid to speak up because they think they won't be believed. I just wanted to say, I'm sorry to anyone who ever wasn't believed because I don't know what turned my life would have taken. If someone didn't believe me when I said something happened to me. So I just wanted to say we have so much further to go, and I'm so grateful to guys for being there for me for what was really a horrible part of my life. I wanted to thank you for just kind of. I mean, I know wanna meet you guys at meet-and-greet and after the shows you guys tell me. The hard times that you've gone through in your lives, and I really appreciate you trusting me with that information and you know you guys have seen me go through so many ups and downs in my life just due to the public nature of the way my life is. And I just wanted to say that I'm so happy to see you and to have you and no use through the ups and downs in my life. I love her so much on the that whole trial gives me such a big pit because like when they were like cross examining her and she was being like, so the the lawyer was being such a little bitch. And then when cash went through her thing and Taylor was like one of the only people who literally gave her money like, yes, everyone extends by cash up like cashew was going through a million dollar lawsuit and had absolutely no income. But and she's still fighting Dr Lucan Dr. Lucas still working the cash thing like really unjust. Like I just don't understand how that's still happening in twenty Tillerson was literally the only person who put her mom, I think maybe lady Gaga to actually I don't wanna miss speak, but she was one of the only people who literally put her money where her mouth is like literally she gave her two hundred and fifty grand to pay her lawyers. Like till shift is an
"lucan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"On how the Roman historians beginning with Saleh's but then we have the poet Lucan, we have the historian Florus and the historian Tacitus take the conditions that we know say crossing the Rubicon forty nine BC and go to Octavian who becomes the emperor Augustus. And twenty-seven and dies in fourteen take all of that and create our debate about what is civil, war magically I've mentioned Lucan, especially professor because. I'd never heard of him and he lived a very. Short life but Lordy he's blunt ten must've scared them this language attacking its own guts with. Victorian victorious soared he made it very clear that. A civil war is extremely damaging for a long time afterwards and yet he's he looks to be the inspiration this rough language of his Well he's a very, awful epic poets Virgil for, Rome but luka-knin. Certain ways as potent as kind of anti epic poet. No writing about the rise to greatness of Rome but as descend into a self destructive even. As he literally, says suicide all barbarism destroying itself. And you quoted him there Driving sold into, their into their own entrails that's among the very close words his pine cold they bellow because Eli on the civil war Rome these the influential as you say he's very young commits suicide at the Colt of Nero is twenties about his poet. Resonates down the centuries and even into the early the late nineteenth and early twentieth century is. Being quoted as a as a source of reference, for understanding the civil war because he has. Such passionate an extraordinary imagery because he feels so deeply the wounds of, civil war in his. Own, time and then as they resonate down the decades, and centuries off to civil war and does it so does that, with such pointed and poignant language the whole poem, is filled with vibrant imagery linking, together. This older in the heavens, and in the seas in, nature the whole winter disorder In the minds of Romans and disorder in rhythm society itself it's a. Hugely compelling poem one which has become I think newly, popular in the years. Since the ball can walls, and the civil wars in Africa so he was off. The map for much of the. Twentieth century but, became very popular again, in the late twentieth, twenty-first, century its popularity. Maps I think, the way in which civil war internal conflicts have risen society something you can often if you have civil wars it's often likely you're, going to get a reader or readings of Lucan coming along soon afterwards so I commend into everybody if you've not heard of him go out and grab it needs a very thrilling terrifying Reuter yes if you scratch Shakespeare your wind up Luke. Yes there are three kinds now the three ways of looking at a civil war the professors. Identified the Republican way and civilized means that you, go to civil war that's part of being. Civilized the imperial to restore monarchy which is what happened that's how we. Got us but then This in the late early fifth century Agustin's city of God. I did not know that that was the response to, civil war what is. The Christian answer to civil. War professor Well. We'll Guston writing in the fifth century centuries you say I, think is the lost of the great Roman historians he was drenched in salads. And Tacitus and indeed Lucan as well he writes for the normal cooling on the city of God which is initially sponsored by the invasion of Rome. Itself by its external enemies and he tries to justify how this has happened in particular responding to the challenge that was, Christianity, so which would weaken the ethical foundations of Royal and so, the whole book is a. Polemical defense all Christianity not least by turning that challenge on its head and, say no it's not the Christians who sacked very foundations of Rome itself which had unsteady unstable foundations and he shows that by threading through the hundreds of pages of his work. A history of civil war drawn from these rather than poets and. Historians to show precisely that it was not Christiaan Entity that, undermined Rome but Rome itself that had these talking foundations. And the Christianity had been carried by the pilots throughout the Mediterranean. World and beyond but the only salvation came through Christianity not, through the secular world like Roman again that bulls is his argument that any. City of man as he calls it which concentrates solely on the world leaves secular terrestrial matters is going to be doomed to closely and self-destruction has. The city of Rome itself walls only the city of God as he calls it the title of his book the other, worldly, city the city of the eternal church of the the gathered, together believers only that city, can guarantee salvation destruction David montages book is civil wars a history and ideas, we leave the fifth century b. c. e. at the end of the Roman empire and we'll travel a thousand years Here's to see how. Civil war reawakens in the renaissance and why it comes to America I'm John Batchelor this.
Texans ink Benardrick McKinney to $50 million extension
"The team has acquired defenseman brandon hickey from the zona cairo coyotes and forward mike sicelo low in exchange for hudson fasching hickey recorded fourteen points in thirty five games as team captain in his senior season at boston university the sabers also sign goalie prospect cuco pekka lucan into a three year entry level contract lukin is from finland and was buffalo's second round pick in last year's draft the toronto marlies beat the texas stars stick six to one to take home the caller cup last night the marlies led the h l with one hundred twelve points during the regular season and last and last toronto h l affiliate to win the caller cup was the new brunswick hawks in nineteen eighty two rivers just breaking in the league oilers forward drake cajole agreed to terms with edmonton yesterday on a two year contract could you will had twenty points in sixty seven games with the oilers this season three goals and thirteen stanley cup playoff games last season many camp here at one bills dr wrapped up yesterday guest host job scalia will be in with jon murphy on one bills live today and they will get a chance to sit down with bills general manager brandon beane at noon the texans of sign linebacker bernard drake mckinney to a contract extension worth fifty million dollars over five years with twenty one million guaranteed mckinney led houston last year with ninety five tackles and has a total of two hundred eighty two record tackles in his three years with the texans the fee for world cup day to is in full swing with three matches the first match saw uruguay beat egypt one nothing barn burner morocco versus iran starts at eleven am eastern time and then portugal versus spain at two pm the buffalo bisons are dubbed the the buffalo wings this weekend as they continue to take on the rochester red wings for this weekend the rochester plates after three one loss to the place last night tonight's game takes place at seven oh five or come back to the instigators on wjr five fifty msg tommy buddy plates versus the wings who do you like nbc they they're wearing special jerseys so buffalo or the wings and rochester are the plates the the baseball teams the minor league baseball teams change their names for the weekend okay good talk i mean good talking to you you lost me with baseball yeah.
Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden blames NFL's CBA for QB Christian Hackenberg's struggles
"That was the report back when an ot as i got going he had knee surgery here in the spring but sean mcdermott said today there's no reason to expect that jones won't be ready to begin camp around the nfl couple of notes for you the patriots had a visit with quarterback christian hackenberg according to espn field yates and the chargers have reached out to thirty eight year old tight end antonio gates of course in a long distinguished career with the chargers but is not under contract currently they're starting tight end torres acl during some organized team activities last month that is hunter henry the sabres signed goalie yuka pekka lucan into a three year entry level deal lukin is finish and he was their second round pick in last june's entry draft evan longoria broke his hands today playing for the giants the giants and marlins went sixteen innings the giants won the indians one at the white sox five to houston which is rolling scored thirteen runs last night ten in the first couple of innings they're up seven one in oakland justin verlander in the sex seem safe host rochester tonight downtown seven oh five first pitch and world cup got underway in russia the host russian team beat saudi arabia five nothing there are more games tomorrow next update in thirty minutes stay connected to our shows get in on the conversation follow us on twitter at w g r five fifty he's disappointed in you know not really given christian the opportunity to go to camp like i said we felt we needed to add a couple of defensive linemen we ran out of numbers and that's not good at that position heading into camp sorry to get one guy ready right now let alone two and three bikaner cooks game is is moving up ej manuals and athletic guy he's made some strides but right now it's derek carr and it's wide open after that well i'd like to know a little bit more about that so jon gruden said the raiders ran out of defensive linemen and couldn't get christian hackenberg who they traded for three weeks ago through this part of their offseason because he was outranked by connor cook and ej manual that seems like a little bit of bad planning things can happen but isn't.
"lucan" Discussed on KCBS All News
"With horns and flags and even replicas of the nba championship trophy lining broadway fifteen to twenty to celebrate their heroes and their second title in a row and third and four years four absolutely elated this is been a long time coming back to back when you see back to back never man that's jason brown of pittsburgh this is shaun thurmond of oakland that is not alcohol fueling the off key serenade and lucan blame her ballooned confetti was shinned deep by the end of the parade which saw steph curry and kevin durant and the other players leap from their double decker warriors buses to high five fans fans who say this never gets old hopefully next year i wanna see it for three beats in oakland doug sovereign kcbs people riding to and from the parade on bart certainly had a lot of company today while bart can't track the number of people using the system at a given time the system does monitor by counting people as they tag out of station ficials say as of two thirty they had seen two hundred sixty seven thousand people exiting the fare gates well that's an increase of about fifty eight thousand from last tuesday morning bart says that that's actually down about eight percent from last year's parade despite the departure of the warriors to san francisco in two thousand nineteen oakland city leaders looked on the bright side at today's championship celebration as kcbs reporter holly quantities as they say this shows what kind of home oakland can be to other professional teams looking to move warriors owner joe lake of telling kcbs after three championships he's hungry for more we have to pursue excellence that we have achieved to this point relentlessly knowing it's not an easy thing for people.
"lucan" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast
"I don't know if that's the right attitude okay because now you gotta chris paul who hurt his hamstring and will be out for game six i figure you hit shots does matter okay chris paul's not gonna be able to save him there all right but nonetheless i mean we'll get into that in a bit off the bench only two guys came off air gordon who played thirty six minutes he finished with twenty four points four rebounds and assists and two steals also block i guess that shot six of fifteen three ten from three point line gerald green played sixteen minutes had nine points and a rebound shot three of five from the field all those came from the three point line no lucan bob moutain no ryan anderson and no joe johnson all right watching this game it was one where the warriors started off cold rockets to simply couldn't take advantage are before you even get into that i mean look at the shooting stats for the rockets okay actually it's look at the warriors ones and then we'll get into the rockets warriors shot forty four percent from the field thirty eight percent from three nearly ninety eighty seven percent from the free throw line okay the rockets shot thirty thirty seven percent from the field and thirty percent from three and they still beat one of the greatest teams of all time all right i'm not really sure how they're doing it but nonetheless they are okay i gave up on this rockets team after game three i'm not afraid to admit that i was wrong all right because this rockets team is on a whole another level right now they're not like on a whole 'nother level meaning their way better than golden state but they're on another level where i mean they're pulling out these wins it's difficult to beat the warriors two times in a row all right but i mean you're seeing guys like trevor rees like i said i mean he only scored what six points but nonetheless had three steals.
"lucan" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Let's talk a little bit about what the options theoretically would be with the mid level exception the pelicans biggest need pretty clearly to me is at small forward they've been playing each one more out of position at the at the three i like him as as as it should garbage guardian he's not i will nothing we saw kevin durant just using him as a ball rack for portions of of the series and i thought more as as well as you could expect given his limitations and they also had drew on a bunch of other guys the problem for the pelicans is congratulations you have a need at the most scarce position in the nba and a position where the players who are available actually who are starting caliber actually have enough leverage to get more than the mid level even though there are not many teams with cap space yeah well let's turn to that now we knew who among guys who could realistically be available for the mid level which you wanna go to number one guy that sticks out to me is lucan babu tie you might even be able to get him for cheaper than you we'll see a though especially if the rockets beat the warriors his price is gonna go way up till likely be a big part of that of you maybe someone like garrett temple decline is player option in sacramento pro he probably won't be as expensive but you might have to go for more years you know you can go with the fly around with like glen robinson the third type guy maybe a rudy gay type of someone that you could look at gays a little better defensively this year though he's not certainly the solution against someone like kevin durant but i mean it's really other than and then danny green maybe if he opts out could be someone that that they could look at for the full mid level but really to give it could possibly be built remember greens player upset a million and he's thirty one he has looked good this last year is basically guys who are gonna make a difference for you on the wing danny green trevor aretha of oh man if you signed him to longer than two years.
"lucan" Discussed on Full Court Press
"Ruthless too i mean it's techno yeah so the what question i have for you is are the secondary players are the secondary often the player's gonna have are they going to have to make their three point shots at thirty eight percent or more roughly thirty percent of okay so reza pj tucker maybe thirty five is what you're hoping for lucan bob mutate thirty so those guys are going to have to make shots in the postseason for this team to win right one hundred percent there isn't extent to which they have to rise to that moment but there's also an extent to which it's a corner three point shot you either hit a don't yeah i mean it's like if you could get a three point shot from the corner and he possession you would just dribble over there and take it but there's defenders you know it's not quite as simple if there were literally no defenders teams would just take turns shooting three point shots from the corner right so they have to have their shots created for them so i think that the onus is really not with the role players to step up and make do although there's an argument that they need a third guy because it's like but i think we'll probably be fine i think that it's almost like this is the year that we can judge dan tony and his emphasis on simplicity because before we did that in seven seconds now just because it's seventeen seconds or more instead of seven seconds or less it's not fundamentally different in that regard so i think it's really testing that the idea that like coaching individual possessions this maybe a little excessive if you've got superstar talent and then this is the year you guys i know i understand there's reasons for collapses and chris paul you haven't made it to the western conference finals but you're still great player and hardened your amaze.
"lucan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We've come and gone with yet another deadline for the soccer stadium march thirty first something was going to happen and let me say before you answer great column last week with charlie lucan saying a not enough heaven always agreed with with charlie but he's dead on the money charlie is the i guess the chair of the port authority and i guess they were gonna meet last wednesday to vote on it and the former mayor said no we're not going to be used as upon anymore nop as a nop and your callum was really good on that tell us where that stands to the best of your knowledge knowledge is that john cranley mayor john cranley is going to introduce the west end is still very much alive and that it's it's clearly that the team wants to west end and not newport or oakley and i'm not sure major league soccer once oakley anyway but it sounds i think i think cranley said this last thursday that he was going to introduce legislation sometime in the next few days to put together a package to try to get into the west end whether he's got the votes or not i do know there's a lot of behind the scenes work on trying to get a fifth vote to push that over the edge say that that they would relent on some of their things and take another look at it you know i'll tell you what's interesting mike is it well i mean you know this from being in the world you live in like the devil is in the details the fine print so this last thing that the school board did overall if you look at it overall you're like oh they didn't really do anything but if you look you drill down the details and said one of the lines they put in their new resolution in their land swap resolution and they which they approved was that they are okay with a third party coming in and helping to make them whole on their taxes well that third party in case they mean it to be city and that's where cranley come in and.