35 Burst results for "Mansfield"

The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:11 min | 2 weeks ago

The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

"As you get toward your graduation, and you know all this, so I'm curious what your perspective on Harvard is, after all of this, maybe we'll have this sort of a trailer for one of the next one of the upcoming podcasts that we'll have. But I am genuinely curious. And I'm curious if you'd meet parents who said to you, yes, my kids, my daughter, my son, is in high school. And I'm just doing everything possible. To make sure they get the best grades and the best extracurricular activity I really would love them to go or you went Julie Harvard. And be very curious how you would react to them. Well, this is something that I've been thinking a lot about not only is I'm about to graduate in three weeks, but also because we talk a lot about Harvard on this podcast Dennis, and I've talked about it a lot on your radio show. And at times I've thought, am I being too hard on them? Because I do look back, I mean, I was just about to say I look back at my four years here. I look back at my two and a half years here. Of course, one and a half was the last due to COVID. And I have had in many ways a great experience here. First and foremost, I've met wonderful people, the friends I've made here will be my friends for life. I rave to you all the time about my roommate's Dennis. I have had wonderful classes, a highlight, was studying under Harvey Mansfield, who was a conservative professor here in the government department that's been wonderful. I have a really great dorm. So there have been many, many upsides. Oh, and by the way, I just went to Israel, which was a Harvard Hal funded experience, and you know how much that changed my life. So I am very aware of all of the benefits that I've gotten from going to this school. And I'm immensely grateful for them. And I will always be grateful to this university.

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Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police

"Minneapolis voters have rejected a plan that would have replaced the beleaguered city police department with a different type of safety agency in the wake of George Floyd's death proponents of the change part of the D. fund police movement had called for a complete overhaul of policing to stop brutality and abuse of power this motor Scott Shafer was in favor of the change that status because it's horrible but opponents who defeated the measure said there was no concrete plan for how to move forward and removing the police department would leave at risk communities even more susceptible to violence Angela Mansfield who wanted a new department says she hopes they're still meaningful reform this is a very specific training so hopefully

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Wet Notes - 9-13-21

Scuba Shack Radio

08:02 min | 8 months ago

Wet Notes - 9-13-21

"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio from monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one first up today is in another idea for diving with a purpose in one of the most recent newsletters from the coral restoration foundation the coral chronicles. There was a report that cr f. is teaming up with the atlantis. Dive resort in douma getty to offer a unique opportunity to participate in a week long program at the result in helping them build and maintain the largest coral nursery endowing. Actually the town where. Atlantis is located. The program is being sponsored by the coral restoration foundation. The loveland living planet aquarium and the meat foundation. The program runs from september twenty fourth to october. First two thousand twenty two there are planned educational sessions on coral ecology along with restoration efforts and techniques. You also conduct restoration. Dives along with some fun dies. This sounds really fascinating. One of the pictures into newsletter showed the table coral at apo island. I vividly remember that area when we dove air in two thousand nineteen there wasn't any pricing available in the article and you'll have to contact the hotel directly if you have the time and desire to dive with a purpose check out this program and market on your calendar. Long time ago. Donna and i lived in hawaii that was in the mid nineteen eighties. At that time we got to experience. What was probably one of the first while in walls in honolulu. If you're not familiar with wilem walls you can check them out. The wall was a large mural of the humpback whale on the side of a building near waikiki. It was quite impressive. Well it might not be a while and wall but if you happen to be near brant rock in mansfield massachusetts you can catch a the view of a mural of a large shark painted on the side of an old restaurant according to wicked local dot com. The mural was painted by a local artist. Shane leonard. Shane was a former football player at boston college. Who has a passion for painting and a passion for sharks. Now the muros on the side of the former arthur and patch restaurant that closed back in two thousand fifteen. The shark faces divers as they head down ocean street which is a one way street. So you can't miss it say. Shane says he likes the way shark. Show emotion. the photo is pretty impressive. there's no guarantee that the building won't be torn down. Now that is unoccupied but according to shane. Even if it doesn't survive it was worth doing so if you happen to be near mansfield mass check out the shark mural on ocean street about a month ago. Patio wear foundation announced their fourth annual aware week. Now this year it will run from september. Eighteenth through september twenty six two thousand and twenty one the whole idea behind aware week is to empower the global dive community to lead or take part in conservation activities in courses focused on local action for global impact in the past aware has focused on two elements marine debris and vulnerable marine species this year in concert with patties blueprint for ocean action. They're adding three more components. Climate change marine protected areas and coral reefs. Some of the ways. That dive shops can participate or by conducting aware classes like dive against debris coral conservation or the aware specialty. Also like us. You can become a one hundred percent aware dive centre where you provide a monthly contribution in support of the patty certifications you award. We are very proud to be one hundred percent aware. But here's something that. Patty aware foundation needs to work on. We need more notice as to win. Aware week is happening. I wasn't sure what was happening this year and our calendar filled up and we weren't able to get things scheduled as i mentioned at the top of the show. We've already created are twenty twenty two calendar and it would be nice to know when aware week twenty twenty two is happening. I also mentioned at the top to show that the re photo contest results were in and that i didn't win while scuba diving magazine. Magazine's two thousand and twenty one through the lens contest is also complete. The winners were recently released at scuba diving. Dot com and the photos will be revealed in september october special photo issue. They received one thousand seven hundred and nineteen photos from around the world. The contest categories included behavior compact camera macro and wide angle. The entries were judged on beauty originality and unique encounters. I check them out and they are spectacular. I only wish. I had the talent impatience to do that kind of work. Now if you wanna get a jump onto twenty twenty two contests they will start accepting entries january third two thousand twenty two and you can submit your photos through may thirty first two thousand and twenty two and finally we recently received our two thousand twenty two aqualung buyer's guide along with information on all the new products coming down from aqualung apex. So i thought. I'd give you a little preview on what's on the horizon. I from aqualung. They are releasing a new regulator the helix pro and the helix it looks like the helix pro is a mid range regular and i think it's replacing their core. It is a balanced first and second stage in his environmentally sealed with four low pressure ports and two high pressure ports. It was built for cold water and has the automatic closure device or a cd. lower end. helix is not environmentally sealed. And it doesn't have a cd and it's designed for warmer water. Also coming out in two thousand and twenty two is their new. Aqua fluck aqua flex men and aqua flex woman wetsuits. I think it's a redesign of their tried and true. Aqua flex line they also have a two millimeter. Free flex wetsuit now. The i one hundred computers going to come in a new color yellow and speaking of colors. They've added a number of different colors to various products including something called sand petrol red and orange as for eight packs. They also have a new regulator the xl four osha and it is billed as a totally sustainable regulator bay from post consumer waste it comes in grey or mint with some great etching. On the first stage. I suspect it's just like the xl four plus being an overbalanced diaphragm regulator with two hp and four l. p. ports. It looks pretty. Sharp and apex is releasing a new dive computer to the sx. It will be program can program up to six gases and monitor six transmitters. The has a titanium basil making it lightweight endurable but also has a color display. There's something more that require. Some more research It says it has in oh to analyze or onboard. But no to sell gotta check that out a little bit. There's a lot more out there and over time. I'll give you more updates from both aqualung and apex. Well that wraps up wet notes. Here on scuba shock. Radio for monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one

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Biden Surveys NY and NJ Storm Damage, Talks Climate Change

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Biden Surveys NY and NJ Storm Damage, Talks Climate Change

"As he toured all right as damaging New Jersey president Biden heard a harrowing tale from one couple that escape before the storm's remnants destroyed their home yeah in the lost valley neighborhood of Mansfield the president stopped in front of what used to be a home birth again Domar said her family left before the storm got really bad to protect their four month old daughter Lila her husband briefly returned a few hours later fort Trinity the cat our plan was to come back once the water has gone down and salvage things from the second floor nursery but before they could after Domar told her story the president gave her a hug thank god you said Sonder Meg Downey Washington

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Biden to Survey NY and NJ Storm Damage After Deadly Flooding

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Biden to Survey NY and NJ Storm Damage After Deadly Flooding

"President Biden will tour flood damage today in the northeast where hurricane items remnants killed at least fifty people as he did in Louisiana last week the president will use today's visit to New York in New Jersey to push his infrastructure plans saying the nation needs to invest more to withstand a powerful storms to calm we got to not just build back to what it was to disable pulls up we got a bill back better fuel bills at the New Jersey town of Mansfield which is nearly always hard hit by major storms and then go to queens where eleven people died Sager made Donnie Washington

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"mansfield" Discussed on Operation Optimism

Operation Optimism

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Operation Optimism

"We have april mansfield here with is and it's so exciting because she's an acquaintance of mine. But i really want to dive in gets no her and why she does what she does and all the things that she loves to do so i'm starting off. I'm so glad to connect with you. And the twelve weeks of transformation. We just went through. We discovered so much about ourselves and what we really want. Did you go into the program knowing what you wanted to focus on now. Now i thought i did. I went in with a take. I had just opened. I'm over right before the holidays and it was a whole different name. And so during the program i shifted and pivoted as we like to say and just realized that was just. My heart wasn't in and did not like me up. It did not make excited. And so i was like okay. I'm just gonna do it so it is just kind of been taken on a life of its own like you know we all go through those transformation. So i'm seeing it grow and like okay. This is this is helped may so maybe it can help a lot of other people. that's amazing. Did you have a boutique before you went into major this or is that just your idea. I had taken nether program Starting in september of last year. And so i started Bt and i was like okay. i'm going to sell things that are fun and you know people can get excited about. But i wasn't excited about. And then i had spent all this time. Put my website up and nothing happened. My son he. He's twenty and he's like mom on our ordered something from you and i hope you're not even into crafts. 'cause it was like something to make that he just wanted to support me. I was like that means so much to me but it just wasn't it just didn't make me feel good about myself so this this can't be it. This is not what i'm supposed to be doing. I'm so glad uh-huh discovered that before the end of the twelve weeks. How and it was early on. It was early on. Because i was like i knew from the beginning. I really didn't want to take. But i wanted to start something. That was my own. So i just went with the you know the easiest thing it sounded like in the program. It was based on products that i had taken before. I was like what product. We'll just didn't it just didn't work for me on my goodness a beautiful pivot and i'm i'm so excited dive into more so has a simplistic wife always been easy for you. Was there a turning point when you really decluttering or uncluttered life right and it did not always come easy for me. I grew up with the mom. She's a collector of things. She does not think it's hoarding but it's a large collections of lots of lots of things. And so. I grew up like that. And i didn't know any better and dan as i m. I got married right out of high school and it was almost four years in and my first husband passed away and so lost everything because we you know we were almost twenty four. We were just a couple months apart. We were high school sweethearts blah blah blah. You know but i had all this stuff. And when i lost my home so it went into it went into a storage unit and like moved in with family because i was a young single mom. Now so i'm like. I don't know what i'm supposed to do but eventually ask started to relief and let go of my first husband stuff and it was so healing. I didn't want to let go. But at first then when i did and it just made me feel like joy again and i needed that at that point in my life i was like this feels so.

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"That's perfect time and sorry about that whole down starting recording again. That was awesome. Are you kidding. Sorry about that as a perfect timing. I really thought. Oh my god. That's the best way to in the podcast. You're just like fun. This i'm out. I'm hitting the road i'm gone. I'm gone is like spiritually grammatically profound. Those good like look we. I think we've covered plenty of ground. Here it's the perfect time to wrap it up. But and i you know i. Can you let people know where they can find you. I mean it's obvious. I'll put other links to his music. I'm sure you've already listened to to you are such an incredible musician and Or so lucky that you're making music for us. You make anything you work on the doing July fourth. I'm going in an rv that's fully fitted with the recording studio Doing like a jack kerouac documentary and recording jet kerosene songs. And it's with the state. And i would like you to narrate one of the poems. Obviously we've oh my god i. It's such i'm so excited about it. These are poems that people they people haven't read some of these are never before seen like it was like to send you a poem. You've no one's ever read and i just want you to read it record. It gonna put it in a fucking vinyl and the only thing that i've been thinking about is because we're having a rolling stone. Come with us on the tour and stuff like that to do it all but i'm like how do we get a i want you in the documentary so you might just have to put your iphone. We'll work are you coming out that way. No we're yeah. We just have to figure out the timing. I don't know what it is. I'm gonna be out there but it's closer to probably closer to november that. I'm going to be out there. But i might be out sooner than that. But there's a way to do even if you didn't my phone this toss you and i just wanted to get you know the people that are narrating in the documentary like you just talking about you know what he means to you and and just whatever you can. You can talk about your lunch. It doesn't matter but i think nova think it's exciting and it's it's surreal. This was surreal. But this is all the simulation right. I mean everything you just manifest what you wanna do and you do it. It's beautiful yeah. I mean yeah i think it is. It's clearly some kind of beautiful beautiful maddening. Illusion for sure. But i'm so glad we're talking and that we're friends now. I mean it's just great to have you on. It's great to have you in my phone and it's really nice to be able to like just the conversations we've been having a really making me happy so thanks for coming on the show thank you. It's been it's been a dream in honor the dark doj. Oh dude love it. had a grace thank you. That was christopher mansfield. Everybody listen to fences foam on instagram. Big thank you to our sponsors babble express. Vpn and plunge for sponsoring this episode of the d. t. f. agent. Thank you for listening back. Next week i love you have a wonderful weekend. Suck some feet make love have big orgasms and dance around under the strange undulating universal sky. Next week bye..

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Fucking shocking. Get into my fucking brain. And i wasn't even aware of it. And do i didn't even wipe the sleep at him is yet but i was already like just so pumped full of fucking shit. It's like i was doing holding that little thing. It's like god dude. I feel safer with a sheet of acid. The knife phone. it's crazy why Yeah yeah you're going to be more interesting with the sheet acid. That's for sure. And and you know i think one of the sometimes people like on instagram. We'll send me message. You'd be like i'm tripping right now and i'll always right back. Turn your phone off with the. You're gonna don't do that. It's worse kind of the worst lot machine on earth is like you don't know who's about to text you you know when you're when you're high turn it off. You want to hear the fucking worst thing is my buddy i mean. Let's say his name. But my buddy the other he was doing cocaine and he had on an iphone watch that checked his heart rate and he kept saying you had to go to the hospital because he kept looking at the thing is heart rate was gone up and it was like. Are you wearing that. You do a line and you look and check. I'm like is this torture. A torturing yourself like imagine that take the fucking off. What kind of experimenting. Doing exactly what i said to him on one tom obeyed. You'd like. I can't believe he even did that. Is doing you in iraq. like you're doing. Yeah he was. He's like he's a self proclaimed can rat dude. I can't believe it. So yeah i think sometimes i mean like the rats. You push the lever and get cocaine. That's how i. I don't think your friends for doing good six. The rats in the experiment where they go they keep hitting it. They want it. I know that's what's weird. Rack keeps returning. Get the coat for sure. I've deathly read about that. And i thought it was hilarious. I sort of want to own iraq. That's always high on blowing just runs around my house. I think it'd be funny. Well i mean this is the reason we have. Lsd is because they gave it to mice and originally in the mice like we're walking backwards so they thought well. This is not what we don't have any use for drug. That makes walk backwards. Doesn't they shelved it for a little bit. But but you know like i like. I remember reading william burroughs of romanticizing like latin laudanum. That you could just go to the pharmacists. Get his team. Shergar back to your house. Put the tincture in like you know beautiful like the glass and just essentially drink morphine for the winter and that was in those days like that was when they were putting cocaine in coca cola and there were opium dinh's that were legal because they just thought this is normal. This is what people should be able to do. This is normal. The i really think that's what we're going to realize in a few years is oh my fucking god. We're all on opium. It's just looks like a phone and that nothing will change. Because these things have become incremental book our increment they've become essential as aspects of our culture. Like there's no way they're going anywhere. But i guess we'll be high forever. I don't yeah. I mean in a weird way i mean i think that the technological dope high is you know not as romantic and sort of morally Fucked like you because you feel manipulated because like you're not kind of as much in control like you're not going and buying it and deciding it's like you've you know it's like that rigidness machine line. It's like right like you decide what the deciders have told you to do. It's like it's like that's a high that you can't even say no man i don't do drugs like yeah. Yeah you fucking do. You have no choice. Otherwise you can't call your mother. You know what i mean. So it's like that's when it gets spooky. But i think fuck right but i think that's creepy right they. That's how smart they are is that they made a thing that you have to have right. You have to have it otherwise you can't you can't contact your family. You can't have a career like you know what i mean. Imagine if you had to delete your instagram. it's like that would fuck things up for you a little bit and for me too. It's like if i deleted spotify instagram. Everything that all went away. I don't exist anymore. And that's the drug. Yeah so it's like. I have no fucking choice team you had. That's the that's the fucking nightmare man. But i promise you it's it's so funny because that is not you getting into car going to the dope dealers house and choosing. It's been chosen for you and you can't not know. That's that's the new that's the that's the new throw. That's the new transcendental is. That's what it is they get you want in. Here's how you get in. Destroy all your social media and give up dream of whatever the fuck we're all doing and never and not just like give it up. I wanna write a piece for the new yorker any year. Your give it up. Give it up like i'm done. I'm checking out of whatever the fuck this crazy you know synthetic communal digital universes for the rest of my life. You won't be hearing from me again. I'm gonna not like the shit. People do on twitter. Which is the dumbest thank. I'm leaving twitter for instagram. No no not even a break. They're like. I'm not going to hang out anymore. You could find me on instagram. It'd be like i'm going uptown. You know but i'm saying this is my suspicion. Is there already our communities. That aren't just monastic communities around forever actual new communities of kids probably who are completely off their phones. I know it must be. I don't know who they are. Where they're they're not gonna listen to this shit. They're they're like they're they're invisible and mysterious. But i think they're out there and they have all this extra power because they aren't getting mine fucked by this stuff anymore. Don't you get that sense. Like they're out there somewhere. They must be.

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And it's weird where it's like. Manson went to hubbard really early on before was it was psychology and then there's another cold spawned off called the children and then that spawned off in. The sun is sam. So they're saying the son is. Sam murderer was just like yeah i mean i i was there but i do it and like it was like tons of people. Were doing the murderers and like and it was all fucking. It's like you. You know about that shit like a joke on the geragos talking about that like there was a thing in san francisco. They were fucking doing like lsd researching giving it to manson. So he was giving it to his people. It's also like m. k. ultra shit. It's it's all fucked up. So yeah it's very spooky to think about that stuff and for me. I dig it and i'm like i don't mind if you guys wanna play around. It's kind of weird. I don't know why you're doing it but the real question is why are you doing it. That's what creeps me out. Because i mean it doesn't bother me. I'm not like morally conflicted. I'm like yeah far out. Whatever like you wanna give some hippie semillas de in there some murders. i mean. it's like life isn't saying that can happen but why. Yeah you know what i'm saying. Well that's the that's the that's where it gets weird because you have this. There's one like i. If it's like one of the ideas i i like to think about is just the concept of law itself and At some point like there's the front stage which is what we're in where you have to hear the law. You have to and backstage. There's the i know someone here here is like always getting into trouble i think. It's like a constant stream of cop cars nearby studio. But the dea the backstage you know the back backstage we know which was been called the deep state long before that became cue and trump and got all the great conspiracy theories that got besides smith ed by that ship like ideas like somewhere. The laws don't exist anymore. It's just people who are a privileged beyond privileged just like the elite people who've managed to become heads of stations. And those people are the ones who say yeah. We'll see we're going to go murder the the messiah dude. Even though it's illegal to murder people we're going to do it because that's aren't we do that or allowed to murder and we're allowed to take your money we're allowed to like confiscate all your shit if you have the wrong thing and your house and we're allowed to you know we're allowed to do anything we want because we run the show and the problem is they've gotten better better better hiding so you don't really know you know who it is or where that is where and then when they start dripping. Lsd from behind that weird invisible. Img a ultra wall in this society and then it starts having all these bizarre effects. Yeah you just gotta ask yourself like how intentional was this. I thought they had some kind of awesome truth serum and then you know i got into the hands of artists and transform the world. And if you're gonna if you're gonna you know send lsd out into the world. You can only expect that. You're going to manson's yeah. Do the one the one thing that i would say that they probably wouldn't want to. I mean my only defense against myron single wise everyone waking up right now. It's like if they were to give everybody else. They would know that then we would see them. You know what. I mean like we would. We would break down all the shit and we would see them so that their intention for giving everybody else would not it. Just the we'd all get to to fucking smart we would. We would know what they were up to. It's almost like they probably wanting to Do what they're doing. If you get caught with a little bit of it like you go to jail for like ninety years or some shit. So i think that they keep it pretty close to the vest five year mandatory minimum. Jesus that doesn't they're starting to legal. I mean everything's getting everything's being legalized crazy thing. And so i don't know why don't you think phones or psychedelic kicked around that idea. Oh yeah dude. I mean it's funny. Like sometimes i'll look at my phone and i'll think it's been like minutes and it's been like two hours. I'm like this thing like sucks. You in and just fucking like hypnotizing. You and it's like it is psychedelic. Actually it's funny. You say that. I think that you might be kind of psychic. Because last night. I was driving on from an open mic with my girlfriend maxine and and i was looking at my phone and i was like. How the fuck does this thing work i was like how can i do this. How can i call someone. I'm like because all of the fucking stuff that made this phone came from the earth. I'm like how how and she was just like. I don't like to think about that kind of stuff and i was like. Yeah me neither. And i just looked out the window. You know what i mean. But it's like so. Yeah that thing is is like so scary. It's so fucking scary. I don't even. I don't know what is yeah. It's weird it's the weirdest thing ever. I can't figure out kayla okay. I'd see like a little little chips in the back of the phone. The wires and that. But i'm like the chip. What the fuck is that chip. So if you pull little green chip out of the back of your iphone you can't facetime in japan you put it back in you can. What does that ship. What the made out of green plastic and little what is even is that it can really get funny and it and possibly. Maybe i'm just like not you know. Not that intelligent was like technology. But let's all be honest man. I mean i think there's a lot of wood and rocks water on this earth. So who made that. Let's be real. I think we just don't look at these. Yeah that's something i read. We don't think about too much more. I mean it is a wonderful simple thing to point out which is like you know. It's not these things aren't normal like they didn't exist that long ago. They're completely new to the planet. They are a fusion of insane technologies and philosophies and You know the techniques of ecological manipulation developed by people over the last several hundred years mixed in with like. It's all of the insane. Like just basic optic technology in the fucking things. It's just the reservoir of human like cutting edge human advancement and we fucking just we'd love it and it makes our lives easier but god dammit you like at some point we have to start emitting that just because you're not putting it in your mouth or injecting in your arm doesn't mean it's not getting you high. It's a drug. I think that's the answer to what people are freaked out and seemingly on acid all the time. It's because they are. It just isn't as you put on your tongue. It's acid that is connected to microchips that are connected to such a weird array of revolutionary thinkers. You know what no matter what you think of silicone valley in like you know the people behind this shit like those people are wizards and They are getting as high as a kite on this stuff like we're completely. It's a hot when i'm playing a game on my phone or when i'm like looking at porn or when i'm looking at some horrible news i'm getting like it's most certainly a high but i think a lot of people aren't recognizing their blasted at that level. I mean no it is. It's like a. You're right i actually. I think that you might have cracked code right there. I think that it's fucking that's the fucking high. That's the new acid. That's why everyone's like a wake up. We're like whoa. What's going on. Because if i even think about this morning it was like yeah. I was like on instagram. And some guy was like like the explore page making a really great sandwich. You know i was like man you know. I'm hungry like beautiful sandwich. And i was like well a cruised over and then i was like you know and then i look at pornography just for a second because my girlfriend left the room and she was going to go and i just like so like i saw a sandwich i saw girl have x. And then you texted me. And i was like cool like my dopamine was just like fucking through the roof. I was like yeah. I'm doing the podcast porno sanchez. Like just like..

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Like everyone. I know that was like straight laced like two years ago. Now they're just like yeah man. This is probably a simulation in like. I think like god lives in my closet and like you know. My mom lives in the in the bowels of my shower and like i think maybe i'm god ready to die and i'm like i'm like aren't work at the bank. Like what the fuck you like. It's like i think every fucking going crazy. But i mean i remember. I did acid. When you're talking about how cartoonish ridiculous. And i'll do that just to join you in solid bain. All dude let's name is odd that fain of second. I only do bainer dude. I always standing outside a soda machine on acid. Just like lafayette it. I was like i put this in there. And then you give me a soda. It was the funniest fucking thing to me. That's not funny but yeah it. it really is though. It's like i put in a piece of paper and then a little can of like physi- sugar drink comes out. My hand grabs it me. This like highly developed fucking primate and i sip it down and i get a little russian. I'm happy and i walk away for some reason i was like there's nothing funnier than that and That doesn't make sense to people. Probably ever but. I think you could understand why that's hilarious. It's yeah well you know it's just it's it's you get this you realize like all the other things on top of things on top of things and of things that you have to believe in remember tip to make a soda machine work for you and then also preference you know like you. You gotta have you're going to some natural preference towards whatever the particular swell is that they're putting out into these machines so when you when you when like you start realizing like there's all these levels that have to be believed in for for for this shit to work and people are just starting to like you know like whatever we're just starting to think like you look at politicians i mean it's the most obvious trite thing to say but you look at most politicians and you realize like that's somebody playing a game like they're making money doing a job but do they really like are their hearts like bleeding for america. Do they really wake up in the morning. And say the pledge and think of the glory of our country even that's saying there's beaches probably not probably not maybe a few of them but more than likely most of them are like we're we're in it for the money and the power and so and then you look at like the same is true for the police in the same is true for all the bureaucratic systems you know more than likely that mitten the mythology of some noble government servant is just a myth. Aw who've got a job they kind of don't like and they don't really believe in it that much and at this point we're starting not believe in them that much and now we're getting into that awkward moment in any kind of like pedia sim in any kind of thing where you've been doing like weird authoritarian report where it's like you know. Yeah i think. I'm gonna to country needs to say we're like fatal bale behnam. We're sorry battle they know where you could take the suits off. We're done supreme court robes yup. We're gonna do a new one now. We're going to come up with another role play. We're going to remember. It's just a role play. That's that's indifference is wrong. Is the self realization that it is a role play. And i think that's what would make it make more sense because i think we're starting to realize that it is one but if we could be like hey. This was weird bay. Mull undone hurts. Stop it a new one and all be self aware that this is just a thing and we're going okay. We're just like on this planet. We don't really know what to do. Like we just wanna have sex and probably like eat meat and maybe some broccoli sleep seven hours you know. Maybe you know read play guitar like whatever just like pleasures and and you know sort be creatives but like let let's rebuild it and let's bullets be aware that this is just a thing. We've all agreed upon. We need some kind of structure so there's not complete chaos and anarchy right but like if we're on the same hand because we could be like. Hey brad like you know you're six for you probably have a big dick like you can run. This part's over. La like we like you like you can do that will let you do it bread. Yeah and brad. You should probably put on this weird yet cowboy hat because that makes me it makes you. Look more assertive. And then we all like dow down. Yeah when he when he rides his vespa down the street whatever the fuck he does But if we if self-aware. Brad i don't either you know what the thing is. If brad comes into power mia new. We're gonna fight him but it's taken everyone. Everyone named brackets bands. Bob boy brad on his fucking vesper fucking authoritarian brad with his big dick and fucking at fuck. You brad over brat. No overthrowing brad no. I'm just imagining that. There's a guy you listeners. There's a guy named brad with a big dick and a cowboy hat and he's just like oh man i like i really liked duncan trussell and noise. Like are you attacking me dude. I don't mean you brad. We're talking about a different brad. We're talking about the brad. That's an amalgam of all corrupt power structures. That got some unlikely fucking. I don't know the vested authority now. He's exploiting it in our fantasy right around his best but he's fbi tanker military jeep. Oh god well not so much. Funnier.

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"It's a temple it is. I'm telling you it's like you know an like it's the let let it sounds crazy as it's a secret religion. It's a religion of bureaucracy. If you go in those places that energy is no different than any other like ritual. You've got priests. They all wear outfits. They're giving you permission to drive a car giving you magic paper that says you can you know. And and and look. Is there a more dilapidated oppressive energy than that of a dmv sure. There are other offices and areas like that but my god. It's like you walk into one of those places you feel like they've got a nas ferrario buried somewhere you're right with nas fro there it's like Because we talked about nas varada vampires and king and all these authors. That's like that that stale air. It's like i noticed. When i go do a dmv. I'm like i'm like we're kind of an air is in here. It's like i feel like the air. They're not eating air into the building. They're like light pooling. Air out of you. It's like weird. Like when i go to thirty minutes before i'm gonna pass out. You don't have in like what the fuck here's me and then when you go up to the person you can say like the simplest thing to the person and they don't know what you're talking about you're like oh i want to try to do this and they're like what do you mean. Well i'm here for they're like i don't know it's it's like what i'm about to faint because like the aaron here feels like a fuck in like king tut's tomb. It's like everyone that's in. There is like staring like they look like. They're like lamenting every problem. They've ever done in like everything and there's like and then there's always like a kid just running around this. Whose kid is that it. Nobody's like satan's kid it's fucked. I don't like it. Yeah they should have done the manifestation. The was born in the dmv dude. He was born there he should record a song. Dmv and just deep. You can capture. Because like i noticed when i go into. Dmv's like my body tries to do it. Tries to fall asleep like suddenly. I'll be more exhausted than i've ever been in my life. It's like a method to try to just escape you you know. It's it's like the tip of this iceberg connected to so many horrible layers of government control and sort of you know relinquish power and the people who were working there. It's not like they want to be there. You know and so and you just a general feeling just a sense of like there must be a better way to do a society. Then make these places incremental. Initiate tori chambers. If you want to proceed with a normal life right you know. It's like what yeah paint. The you could paint the fucking walls put a mural up. Plays a nice music do that thing. They do at hotels where they like spray eucalyptus in the air. Like why does it have to be some austere hole and so to me. The reason i it's like that is the same reason temple is a feels like you're inside some cosmic flower. It's because the dmv and that bureau bureaucratic organization is some form of secret religion. And the feeling that you have is the feeling of whatever the fucking god is behind the whole thing. You know about dmv. Probably sensor like a malicious vision. I think yeah and it's like the wall color is like a paint. You could never buy that. You couldn't go to home depot and buy that paint like what is that color. It's the weirdest color it's like. It's like a grave brown white. It's like it's no. It's like this the weirdest color of ever seen. It's just like the color of like of loss dude. It's like like when you die like yes. The last color you see is the wall the wa- color. Dmv it's just dmv. How my god you just fall into that for eternity mike. Just spiral into that forever. You you're like well. I'm trying to get my license for all time. That's it i. Hopefully that's not would happen all creeped well. I think it's i think. I think i think that's one of the possibilities is it's like the because you know it's like you have some kind of like the people there have been imbued with this imaginary power. It's like you know the whole situation right now around. The planet seems to be one in which like people are beginning to realize and maybe not for the better how much of a game so much of the way that we run the show is and in it. Sounds great. I mean is a fun thing. You know when you're on lsd and you're looking at the money and you're realizing oh just pay it's just paper. It's like completely just it's nothing and then you're looking at like road signs and you're looking it traffic lights. And you're looking at the entire hypnotic pulse ation society and you have that moment of realizing like this. There is a billion other ways. We could run this. This and i think that people are collectively waking up to that and you would think that'd be a good thing but i think it's blowing people's fuses. I think so too and the thing that alarms me a bit will not doesn't alarm me. But i feel like that. Everyone's kind of coming to this collective realization without the use of psychedelics. So how it's like. I mean like is there. Are they putting something in the water. I mean i'm not trying to get like super weird but like why is everyone sort of kind of being like. Oh weird like everyone. I know that was like straight laced like two years ago. Now they're just like yeah man. This is probably a simulation in like..

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Have you heard. This is like the american america has its roots in piracy and pirates. Had to be good at everything. They weren't just some monolithic thing. They had to be a statesman and had not a sail boat. And you're i did not cook. And he added now to be a doctor and you had to fight and like so. So that's like the roots of america are in that in piracy. You know for better for worse in pirates knew how to do a lot of stuff and so yeah and and it seems like that that way of living that was the people in the planes and the settlers in the. You know you weren't just a poet what you're a farmer you're you're you're not to build a cabin and knew how to do these things to survive and over time. I guess we sort of got taught guy learn one thing only and then that ended up with a lot of human bonsai trees out there. Yeah units for a true. I know it's strange you What did they say. like you know. Jack of all trades master of none. I mean there's all this sort of diatribe about that sort of being a negative right like you are distorted dino meandering around in good with all this stuff but we like to have like know mass masters like malcolm glide well ten thousand hours like you know mike tyson's just a fucking boxer but it's like mike tyson might be able to make a really beautiful steak like it probably. I think that's the that's kind of. I don't know i mean i. I definitely struggle with that in my life lately is Sort of almost like a morning. Almost mourn my life. Because i've just devoted to one thing and because i can't drive a car i don't i don't have a license. You know what i mean. I don't fucking really my id's expired. Yeah i don't know how to drive. I mean all. I can do and i always tell people i'm like i'm like i can't really probably do anything like but i can sit down and write a really good song right now and like a lot of people can't do that but all this other stuff not simple stuff but just other like kind of stuff. That's sidedly the norm Kind of escapes me. So i think that. That's like a danger. That if i were to go around to like high schools or something you know what i mean like. Tell the kids about the danger of being a creative. I would be like. Make sure that you don't just focus on that. Because you'll end up a fucking weirdo and you can only do one thing. And you'll be like a pariah and You better hope. Some girl loves you and you could drive. A car. could drive a car really good but not legally. That's the point. You know what i mean. I don't have. Yeah but you just didn't go you don't to go to the dmv. I'll never go there dude. I'd rather die. That's is yeah. You're right you're right you would rather die is a temple of darkness and you don't wanna go there and engage in the dark rituals of that fucking place..

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Were born because now you're implying what happens after that so much. You don't have to write it. You've implied this entire world after it and that's the that's the thing i mean They they did this thing where they said like I forget who wrote it. I don't know if hemingway but they said right dissatisfied shortest poem and it said a baby shoes for sale never worn like ow. Fuck fuck. Yeah i heard oh fuck that you see. Oh yeah that's an ice. Pick right to the heart. That's just brutal. It is but it's nothing. How many do you have do you. Do you memorize a lotta poetry Man not as much as i probably should. I i gotta go through them again but i try. I mean i feel like a pablo neruda where he talks about the entire palm why he loves a woman but he says most of all i love your feet because they walked to me and it's like damn shit like that's what gets me going man. It's a small little things me and they. It's and that's the thing that you chase you chase the simplicity and it is it becomes rather buddhist. It's almost like the best poem in the world is not even spoken. It's like it gets pretty weird so you've got to be careful. i think in their. Do you think people are more afraid to say. They're poets and they are to say they're musicians. Yeah i think so. it's embarrassing. I mean david. Foster wallace remembered he was he did that. I think he was on. Charlie rose or something. He said the worst thing that could ever say. I'm a writer and he was to me. I think one of the greatest of all time but he was ashamed to say it. I mean i think exclaiming what you are is a disinherited sort of bad. I don't. I don't know why that is. I think it's because maybe of jealousy of other people or something. But i mean you have someone like jaakko pistorius like jazz fusion bass player who go around and you tell people on the greatest bass player in the world and that insane candor like worked because people are like what are you talking about. And then he was in. That's like there's certain people that can say that. But like you go around saying what you are like i mean. I don't know what you say. You are the people. What do you say you are to people. Do you have a thing like a little line of what you say you are. I wonder if changes all the time. Like sometimes i said hi caster. Sometimes i'll say comedian. My wife says i should say comedian. I like saying podcast or because if you say comedian than be like what kind combinator you do. And then the next thing you know you're just the most excruciatingly awkward conversation you ever had in your life is. You're trying to like in simultaneous. Like you know your impostor syndrome is flaring up. Because you're i don't know. I don't know maybe you're right. I don't know maybe. I'm not a comedian. I mean why would you say that you're probably right and then you go you spiral so it's easier to be like i'm a podcast. Everyone's gotta podcast. It was like oh yeah okay. You're one of those. But i i feel like you cast a spell on yourself with those kinds of statements if you feel like you have to like actually live up to whatever it is. You're saying you are for longer than a few seconds at a time. It's it's actually true in scary because it is. It's sort of like some guy at a bar who's you know puffing up like a rooster and he says he's tough and then some guy's gonna make improve it one day you know and that's that's scary because yeah it is scary. Someone says you know. I'm a poet and it's like well what if you dislike. You know you walked up and you were talking to a wall littman. He's like all right. Prove it and the need you read my poem. And he's like that sucks. you know. i'm. I'm a poet like it's like you can be challenged. And that's what is spooky. So i think you have to. I guess if you declare yourself as something somewhere down the line someone who's going to challenge you and make you prove it and you know and how to prove things. That's really all subjective. Because you know what even is a good pom. That's it you know so it's but it's a funny thing but i just i don't know i mean a lot of people you know sometimes like what do you do or do i don't know i'm just i just say i just i love my girlfriend and and like i really like I like bob dylan. And i'm just. I'm trying to be happy right now. I'll just say something really vague or something. Because i'm going get i'm english. Yeah that's that's insane. That sounds fucking. I'm a musician. I mean i am. Yeah yeah well you are bad news for you you are. There's no way out. now. I know isn't that weird but you're a musician the things that we want the greatest curse sometimes funny. Well i mean it's just it's all this identity stuff. It's like these days every it's especially like rampant these days this whole identity in in having to say you're this thing or that it's a mess because you get taught that from a young age you're supposed identify with some goal. Don't you're like when you're in school. And they start. They start painting a picture of options. For what your life realistically could be an every possible. Tributary that your life could flow into is the most boring seemingly boring horrible shit to the point where you just think. Oh then i'll just. I'd rather just die then. I guess then do that. Because i don't wanna that fucking person you know doug stanhope has has some of my favorite jokes of all time one of them being instead of locked up raw. Sorry doug i'm sorry. I think it's okay to do this because this job is on albums and his old but the joke is deadlocked up or they take kids to get horrified by prisoners. Like take kids to see like someone who's been working in an office for twenty years straight. The next i'm not gonna fuck joe google it. I'm sure it's online. But it's like that. Is i think these days especially now that appears to be the middle class is collapsing in on itself. And it's being demonstrated that you know that that didn't even work out anyway for a lot of people that there's more of a sense of like okay. Well then i'm going to identify with something more romantic and artistic. I think it's fine by the way i say. Identify with whatever you feel like a kid identifies with a school bus somedays. Novi say i'm buster. I'm a school bus. I love it. It's like oh great that's you. That's great. I'm just like cool. I've buster. I think it's more it's playful if you just you know. We all allow ourselves to be a poet musician. Podcasts or comedian your funniest how man you might as well be a comedian. Thanks ya is. What's that's what's weird as well. That's why like talking to you. I was trying to sort of explain this. I was like when i talk to duncan. It's like i can be like the the the guy make people cry with guitar. Like the nihilist. Like the person who loves god and and then the person who's funny but i'm like they don't have to exist in little pockets. Where have to switch. So i wasn't like okay. If i go on this podcast like now. I have to be funny or now i have to be like like real weird and we have to talk about aliens and fucking whatever it's like you can just be the entire thing and it's a it is funny because yeah when i was a kid i remember being like eight years old and i'm like okay i can either be like jimi hendrix or firemen. And i'm like that's a kind of a tough fucking binary choice like like. I don't really know how to do either of those really. You know it's like i mean what if you were both head what if fucking jimi hendrix is putting fires out with guitar like you can do. You can just do everything in Could try you could try..

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Much but when it does it's like oh this is great. I did it. I guess that crusty crispy weird sad pork rind part of myself that i thought was kind of vestigial organs from school. Didn't dry up. Like i thought i'd had this episode is proof. Everybody please welcome first time. But not the last time. The d f h christopher mansfield. Welcome to the dt f h. Chris is so cool that you agree to do this. Man we've been having the best conversations on the phone. And i thought to myself i can't have these con. I've got a family. I got to monetize these conversations. I invited you to do my podcasts. You said yes here. You are god bless you. How are you on this wonderful day. Good good yesterday in la. It was raining and charged me up like. Finally you know what i mean. Not not to sort of podcast with something bananas weather but it helped because the weather is not. It's it's everything kind of you know what i mean so i'm good man. I feel good speaking of an all. Once i remember i was in i was just. I just joined a sketch comedy group. And i one of the lines that i read was banal and i said bain oil and i felt like the dumbest asshole on earth. Everyone's like you said painful. I'm never not renewing. The english language is so flawed. And i have to look at it so much writing and writing songs and writing poems if you want to call them that or whatever and it is flawed like there's a lot of things that are that are fucked up where it's like phonetically like you weren't wrong. It's like you kind of did the right thing like you pronounced it correctly like according to like the law of grammar but it just was like it was socially wrong. It's weird. I mean it's a it because it is spelt like banner like anal with the be. That's fine. I wouldn't worry you thank you. I think about every once in a while grand. I can't believe i didn't know how to say but all do you now. Do you make a distinction between poetry and songs. Like what is the distinction. I always think about it. Sometimes like you know when. I'm listening to music. Your lyrics are amazing. By the way what is the difference between a song and poetry outside of like music. But isn't it essentially the same thing men. That's a good question. There's actually a new york times. Wrote like the can't remember who it was. And i apologize to him or whomever there is an entire article about. What's the difference between poetry and a song. An i would just dilute it down to the simple fact of like dead poet's society when there's the pritchard's rhyming scheme in like ab ab format. So it'd be like be like there's a cat there's a guy there's a bat and then we're in the sky so it's like the last syllable a ab a ab so there's like different rhyme schemes to follow so like mathematics to it and with songs You definitely have to follow that like pretty heavy. I mean i definitely do like if i like the song same blues even the title. Same blues That's the whole theme is that is that vowel. So you're a mother of two. And i try to be a good father too. I lose my mind run talking to you. I don't know why site do. Yes i do. It's all so you you hear that new and that's kind of an at the end and you just kind of ride that down but with a poetry with a poem. It's of loose. I mean if you listen to like listen to. I mean i guess you couldn't someone read it to you. Richard brought again like he has a poem just like you know. I went to a house with the woman. She had a bike in the corner. And it's done and you're like fuck. It's so good looking right. There's nothing going on. I know why is it so good. That is like the fucking. It's it like terrorizes me. Most i think Does it a little bit. i mean i love it. Sanitaire is is because you want you want that. You don't understand because you wanna do it or a combination of all those. I feel the same way. I legitimately flabbergasted by the way that seemingly completely just mundane sentences put in the right order can be like a nuclear bomb. Exactly you you put it perfectly. It's because it's it's the transference of the most simplistic that is atomic. And that's and that's frightening. I mean it's it's like weaponising like language and that's like dot com fucking move mountains and change the world and it's weird. It's like just put the this word before this word. I don't really feel anything. Okay flip it all of a sudden. We all have fucking goosebumps and it's like now there's a revolution and it's strange in that way and i don't really know why i think is being with god is at work or something. I don't know that brought porn though. That's like every it's so. It's so many things so romantic somehow. It's like incredibly dramatic and it's like exciting You know it reminds me of when you're just hanging out with a girl that you like and it's like that it's somehow so many summing up all these things. That just shouldn't be able to do then we want to know why it is. I was gonna say if there's a bike in the corner where she taking that bike. Where does she go it. You know what i mean. It opens up worlds. It implies everything it's like you can say it's almost like the best poem ever am if i could write it right now. I'd say one day you.

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"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Born bunk as paul when he started his mother on the ut and people visit to inquire one other features. This sounds our swimming through this window. Mrs cardiology plan and all pokes drunk again. Caution hear the wailing while by midnight lucien dollars and so that was all this infinite immaterial ash warming and on lighten brains and the silence. Tallying are endless air and still use negative lying to hear what you say. The diming voting town align fact match the silver swallow being in a simple and at night year as the square white light from your country and coyote wound up the existing team just to pass the time away and meanwhile timeless to the end of the last night year afternoon where we talked so sound own. Don drink his beer drinkers. Children's is a welcome to the dt f h pows that if you don't already know. His jet care wack reading lucien midnight one of my favorite poems out there and now that i'm halfway through my life at least i can actually like freely. Say i love jack heroin. I went through a period. Where i was doing that thing. Maybe you do it where you're like that's for college kids and then i realized that i haven't read a book since college so college. Kids are actually more advanced than i am and that you know to say like what that was is it. College is like implying that like now somehow sophisticated. I'm sitting here like staring at like twitter for two hours three eight. Oh yeah that's for college kids. And now i look at twitter but anyway now i'm old enough. Where it's fucking love kerouac. I don't know why i. I was trying to be cool by expressing some kind of like pseudo sophisticated attitude towards one of the great american poets and recently i dived back in two zero ac vortex for to seize. I'm not sure. I wanna vote of war to seize and i love listening to him read his poetry. It's just so cruel and If you haven't taken if you haven't revisited the great karaoke. I think you should and the reason i'm playing it by the way is because today's guest and i started up a friendship and Somewhere along the lines. He invited me to actually read. A never before. Heard kerouac poem for this. Upcoming alleys doing the carolina's state. It was a huge honor for me. I mean it's goosebumps level. Holy shit are you kidding me. Of course i would do that. Oh my god but you know we're we're we we we talk now and i have great conversations with him The the my favorite kinds of conversations that veer wildly between deep like heavy metaphysical concepts and death and loss depression till like hilarious. Just ridiculous ridiculous like thinking about like long conversations about potential like into the potential damage that could come from like stand standing up sex till the older. You get how dangerous that becomes. Look if you were there. You would've liked hearing us talk about that anyway. At some point the thought sparkled in my dim. Mind that what am i doing. I mean these great conversations and not recording them. And so chris mansfield was kind enough to come on the podcast. You probably know. Chris mansfield from his awesome band fences. Check it out. They've got incredible catalogue of really beautiful music. And i hope you'll you'll give him a lesson. I'd put it on here. But i don't wanna like trigger some kind of thing you know the the trigger bought but i hope you'll look up his music. We had a wonderful conversation. We're going to jump right into it..

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Man Sought In Murder Of Yale Graduate May Be In Metro Atlanta

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Man Sought In Murder Of Yale Graduate May Be In Metro Atlanta

"For a suspect in the slaying of a Yale graduate students, authorities say 29 year old Keane's one paan Is wanted in the February 6 killing of Kevin John was found lying outside his car on a new Haven street with gunshot wounds upon is believed to be staying in the Atlanta area and should be considered armed and dangerous. It's also believed that Keane's one pond stole a car from a Mansfield dealership when he was fleeing. The cover.

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Amazon plans to open 6 new delivery stations, hire full-time employees in Dallas-Fort Worth

Chris Krok

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon plans to open 6 new delivery stations, hire full-time employees in Dallas-Fort Worth

"Station that will open in D FW. Amazon delivery stations will open in Mansfield, Bolts Springs, Fort Worth, McKinney and Arlington, which will bring in more jobs and faster delivery for customers hurling to Mayor Jeff Williams says this will also offer entrepreneur opportunities. When Amazon comes. They also attract other companies force It'll provide other the Arlington center is set to open later this year. Cat Bonzai, your W B A P News. Tellis nonprofits and homeless providers are working

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More new COVID vaccination centres open in England

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

More new COVID vaccination centres open in England

"Over thirty new National Health Service vaccination centers open across England as of the drive to accelerate immunizations continues the government says vaccination of the most vulnerable groups organized by the joint committee on vaccination and immunisation will be completed by the middle of February in Mansfield senior operations manager Nina Marshall says it's been a massive endeavor getting inoculation sites like close up and running so swiftly I am very glad that we need to be able to get the vaccine supply we need to have the way to do it and we will be delivering in excess of twenty thousand a week so far Britain has vaccinated over six million people Charles the live as well London

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"mansfield" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"I'm supposed to be a reflection of brexit. There's these block with an admiral. Just so happens admiral. Top on and he saw me as side of miami. You know fear so brexit money on your own waters are pretty much upper creek. I haven't got any awesome. So she's just by using these fat arava rotund highly attractive. He's got a picture of may say in this role in boat and unbeknownst to me is usually unbeknownst to me at the time it used me and several other paintings as well really awesome as he doesn't realize how proud i was that he not only asked me that he done these other paintings without me knowing and they put me in because he's is so inspirational to me e such an inspiration and he is put me in a few of these paintings it was. I can't even explain. Yeah i need to shop there. We've been having children. that's amazing. nearly three hristo takes account. You've gotten amazing. And he's in podcast. Well three actually in his studio for for your own leave leave linked to that. Because i think to get a real sense of who is you guys like is quite long one. I haven't finished listening to yes. I'm about an end to it. But like you play off each other abusively like it's just a real nice friendship. And and the the the last section of that podcast is possibly the greatest for me of any podcast. The end of any podcast. I will ever do or don't say that to me nephew but have not finished l. Finisher on my walk tonight. More favorite anymore. Okay well i will leave a link for listeners. I will leave a link down below two that cast and let's move on then to the third image that you sent me and this is sarah lucas and you punish to make an appearance in this one as well i have. I have an awesome of are not doing this for an ego thing. Our show important to me because as an upset from here i was a criminal. My criminal was criminality was in my family. If they can family weren't criminals they accepted criminality. As i would buy a bit of chafee come about you know. They'd gabby of hooky stuff here and there. Everyone i know was a criminal or on the fringes of it. My life is no longer like that. My children i've broke the china. My children no longer marchington would've been back then not very good decent on a biased opinion. Good decent honest caring lovely children they would have been kids like me if our had intervened in my life so are referred to myself as a born again are used people's doors though don't care of of stood on many say talks and preached on my but sarah lucas was the first august that replied to me from that Sensations bachelor i sent out. It was her and her then boyfriend. At the time they both sent one to me. I angus fairhurst nine Age no longer. We've lost yet. I've sent me a joint package of of their work. Is she was the first one and the guys on the wing. When these policies turned up they thought it was hilarious. That i've got these you know it's all right into me but several was the first and when i met sarah tim. Noble and sue whips show in milton. Keynes when i was at university and was so nervous about going up to make her..

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"mansfield" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Is we about early. Would you rather speak. But then all muslims can speak about it now. Yeah absolutely so what was the boot was the piece what did it just. Visually looked like it was the piece by monitoring is called no white to and simply an upside i in kalina. We've not some bumps for the house when i saw it. I didn't understand how that was in this massive exhibition because to me. That was a trick to be accused in a ten pound saito relevance over as artwork because at that point being -freshing to are having no understanding. I thought an artwork had to take mumps and mumps of painting sculpture no hacking away of marble and it should say the man had shown one was it was all it was was on a postcard being used as a bookmark and on the back of their had explanation about No one two and it said something along the lines of or explained that mon hudson come to the u k to start a while she was in the uk there was a regime change or something political how an educated woman was younger to welcome home. You know and she couldn't go back to our own country and this calling symbolized of dome over her homeland and the not some bunks. Were breaking each entrance and exit from that country and then probably because of my situation where i was in and couldn't out. Yeah it resonated with me and artists who've looked at his calendar and afghan. Let fucking ho. How can she explain all of that. We've that trip to to being q. And a ten pound now. Yeah any each of unlocked that the conceptual lock the i hide in my mind and then it might me look egypt exalt works in a different light so when on reading about a giant work i was no longer going. What a load of bollocks..

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"mansfield" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mansfield" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the joys. Art history podcast. A podcast which celebrates all things are historical. If fourteen and on today's podcast set day with artists daddy months field..

First black mayor elected in Dallas-Fort Worth area city of Mansfield

The Dallas Morning News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

First black mayor elected in Dallas-Fort Worth area city of Mansfield

"The reverend michael evans a longtime civic leader and educator became the first african american mayor of mansfield on tuesday after pledging to refrain from dirty politics and to build unity in the city to god be the glory pastor of bethlehem baptist church in mansfield said late tuesday night after the election was declared for him. We're mansfield strong evans. Earned fifty three percent of the ballots. Cast in tarrant county while opponents rent newsome earned forty seven percent according to unofficial election. Results portions of the city are also in ellis and johnson counties evans who previously served. Several years on the mansfield scoreboard claimed the historic win after building a multi-racial coalition of supporters and campaigning. For nearly a year

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Ohio welfare check ends with deputy wounded and suspect dead

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio welfare check ends with deputy wounded and suspect dead

"Meantime, the Richland County sheriff says a deputy was shot and the suspect was killed in Mansfield last night shooting suspect is dead after authorities say he opened fire striking a Richland County sheriff's deputy late last night, authorities say it happened is two deputies were asked to do a welfare check on the suspect around 11 15 in Mansfield deputy Michael Pawlikowski was shot by the suspect. The other deputy then returned fire. The suspect, who has been identified as Craig Wright, died from his injuries at the

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Radio France Internationale publishes obituaries of people still alive

Kottke Ride Home

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Radio France Internationale publishes obituaries of people still alive

"Radio france international accidentally published the obituaries of bunch of famous. And still very much alive people including the queen of england. The radio station has since apologized for what it said was a technical problem that occurred when they were moving their website over to a new content management system the bbc notes that media outlets will often pre right the obituaries of high profile individuals in order to have them on hand to publish quickly in the wake of someone's passing at whatever that the broadcaster accidentally published a hundred draft stories quote. Not just to its own site but to partner sites including google and yahoo end quote is fairly mortifying almost literally i suppose i mean while it may be a common occurrence to pre right these obituaries. It certainly doesn't help. Our climate of misinformation and fake celebrity deaths trending on twitter every other day. Quoting the bbc. French businessman bernie tabby seventy seven. Who was on the list of people who had their death notice published by f. I has had his obituary published on at least two occasions by other news outlets and quotes other living humans whose obituaries were published today. By radio france international include president. Jimmy carter ayatollah committee and clint eastwood in mansfield joked on twitter quote. Lots of outraged people writing in demanding to know why they aren't important. Enough to have a pre written obituary ready and quotes and as somebody else pointed out on twitter. This is a bit reminiscent of the case of romanian man. Constantine rail you whose wife ordered a death certificate for him after he'd been gone in turkey for a decade seeking employment in losing touch with his family upon returning to romania and finding out what had happened he tried to get the death certificate overturned but the courts said he showed up too late to appeal and the death certificate for the dude standing there in their office asking about it would remain. Valid really was officially deceased for two years. During which time he was unable to find employment since all of his paperwork was invalid before the country finally overturned his death certificate in two thousand eighteen. Fortunately for those prematurely mourned by radio. France international today returning to the land of the legal living will not require jumping through quite as many hoops

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Fast-moving wildfire prompts evacuations in north central Washington

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Fast-moving wildfire prompts evacuations in north central Washington

"Hundreds of firefighters are battling a couple of blazes between Mansfield and Oh, Mac. We learn more about that from comas, Carleen Johnson, 254 square miles and several homes cattle. Another livestock have been lost. Tyler Kale's the Fire chief for Douglas County Fire District five, he says that's just the total burn from the Cold Springs fire, which spread across the Columbia River into another fire called the Pearl Hill Fire. 140,000 plus acres there have been scorched along with more homes and livestock. On Monday, when the decision was made to evacuate the chant of Mansfield. The problem was roads out, were mostly impassable roads and were impacted to the point that cleanly town, so the only thing we could do is help people. They had to go to a local school and those who wanted to go to the gymnasium because it was the only place that we had to put those homes in Mansfield were spared. But we're told that in Bridgeport, 15 to 20 homes have burned Carleen Johnson

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Akron Black Lives Matter leader arrested by police during protest at grocery store

Ric Edelman

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Akron Black Lives Matter leader arrested by police during protest at grocery store

"Akron police on Saturday arrested an organizer for black lives matter protest of a grocery store. 29 year old daughter Sean Mansfield, was released from the summit County jail about an hour after His arrest on Saturday. Akron police say he is the organizer of a black lives matter protest at a grocery store. He is charged with three misdemeanors, criminal trespass, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct. Mansfield said in the video he posted on Facebook prior to his arrest that he organized the protest at the Mark's grocery store after store managers refused to allow an employee toe wear a face mask that said black lives matter. A group of about 20 protesters gathered in front of the grocery store officers told them they could not protest on. Private property directed them to another area that officers then went to arrest Mansfield. He ran several blocks before officers caught up with them.

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Hanna upgraded to a hurricane as it barrels toward Texas

Retirement Key Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Hanna upgraded to a hurricane as it barrels toward Texas

"As if rising Corona virus cases weren't enough for Texans to handle now the first hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic seasons making its way toward them. This morning, the National Hurricane Center upgraded Tropical Storm Hanna to a Category one hurricane meteorologist Allison Chinchar, You have hurricane mornings in place, basically stretching from around the Corpus Christi area down towards Port Mansfield and then tropical storm warnings surrounding that, implying that those winds are going to be very gusty at times today, so power out You are going to be possible, along with storm surge up to five feet in some areas and tornadoes and

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Hanna upgraded to hurricane as system nears southern Texas coast, U.S. National Hurricane Center says

The Car Pro Show

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Hanna upgraded to hurricane as system nears southern Texas coast, U.S. National Hurricane Center says

"And Hurricane Hannah has gotten stronger this morning, Nikki with maximum gusts of about 80 miles an hour. It's making a run at the southern coast of Texas, Dennis Feltgen with the National Hurricane Center says. This is when they're expecting landfall. The centre of Hannah should make landfall along the Texas coast within the warning area by later this afternoon and early this evening. The hurricane warning area is along the Texas coastline from Port Mansfield to keep Hannah became a hurricane this morning at about seven o'clock, Tim Katie with the National Weather Service in League city, telling us Hannah has gotten closer to Texas as she's gotten closer to Texas. The outer bands of the storm have been giving us just a taste of what she's got to offer. We're seeing some of the outer rainfall. Bands of Hannah started move onshore for In the last few hours, and we expect that to continue with activity picking up through the afternoon telling us that the hands outer bands also will stick around for most of the day

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10,000-acre fire burns in Douglas County, east of Seattle

IRG Health Talk

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

10,000-acre fire burns in Douglas County, east of Seattle

"In Douglas County is now truth or at least 10,000 acres. At least 10 aircraft and dozens of engines involved in the firefighting effort after a change in the wind direction, began pushing the flames toward the community of Mansfield. At last check a level two. Evacuation wasn't effect for Mansfield and surrounding areas. Coma news

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"mansfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mansfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In ninety five heading down into Foxborough in Mansfield but no major delays at this point headed south of town rob Hackley WBZ twenty four hour traffic network John ferric checks the accu weather forecast very windy tonight colder any rain in the area will turn over a little bit of wet snow little to it no snow accumulation around Boston the one to three inches for the Cape and islands late tonight and lower visibility for time with some steadier snow and winds gusting fifty to sixty miles per hour also the threat for coastal flooding of the Cape and islands tonight twenty eight and then we'll see the storm pull away early tomorrow windy clouds break for some sun I. forty three winds could gust still forty to fifty miles per hour throughout the day in the last win tomorrow night sunshine for Sunday milder to fifty three in the sixties Monday and accu weather's John fear WBZ Boston news radio cloudy skies some floor is being reported thirty eight degrees in Boston hi this is Stevie flip out on the order W. as in a week and when it's not a revolving door where you go you lose the weight you gain it go back to lose it again then you go back if they teach you one time how to do it it is free for life once you join they want you to continue to have your weight we wanted to be and it's not a money grab from them you know some of these other programs you go back and you get you have to pay again that's now we can one eighty what does that tell you they put their money where their mouth is they feel so strongly about the program that they make it for life they will be making a for life if they thought you were gonna go back five times and that's what's great this program it's revolutionary and it's not a revolving door this is a full program you got to get involved with a weakened when he will also take it from Steve Kyle draper Adriaan a colon Dr Laura Coleman media and ray and thousands of others who have lost weight and lost it for the last time with the weakened one eighty six locations or online at a weakened one eighty weight loss dot com millennium marble and granite has been proudly serving New England as a supplier and installer of natural stone countertops they've got an unbeatable selection of granite marble and engineer course which is stain and scratch resistant and never need ceiling make the call they're ready to install five oh eight four four zero sixty four fifty five you need a shed you wanna reeds ferry so this is perfect it's the reeds ferry sheds spring sale ten percent off all reads very she has right now order your new reads very shed this week save ten percent and lock up an early delivery date this spring the spring sale ends Sunday March twenty second so go online to reach very dot com get the sale details then stop into reed's factory show room you'll see five acres of sheds on display in every.

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Boston: The Friends of Salem Public Library launch operation Poseidon Fountain

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: The Friends of Salem Public Library launch operation Poseidon Fountain

"The Salem public libraries libraries raising raising money money to to restore restore its its a a Greek Greek god god Poseidon Poseidon leases leases general general hostels hostels as as a a brass brass fountain fountain made made in in the the eighteen eighteen hundreds hundreds is is at at risk risk of of being being lost lost to to history history down down to to the the Salem Salem public library you'll notice well looks like a giant white tee pee that's not what it is rather it's a covering protecting a cast iron sounds in made in the eighteen fifties it has generated a lot of curiosity library director Tara Mansfield says the fountain with the Greek god Poseidon holding a try in and stepping on a large fish has fallen into disrepair over the past sixty years this is one of the few cast iron fountain said survival rolled over to scrap iron Purcell living so it's a really rare and historic artifact grants have already raised a hundred and eighteen thousand dollars of the quarter million needed for full restoration public donations can be made in person or on the library's website

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Youth Baseball Parent Volunteer Stole Almost $300K From Kids, Spent $50K On Fast Food

Chris Krok

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Youth Baseball Parent Volunteer Stole Almost $300K From Kids, Spent $50K On Fast Food

"Well woman who embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars from little league baseball is going to prison and Debbie babies Dennis Martin has the story a parent volunteer who embezzled nearly three hundred thousand dollars from the Mansfield youth baseball association it's been sentenced to eight years in prison Jennifer would've beings also been ordered to repay the money she stole while serving as the organization's volunteer treasurer when one of being was caught she claims she taken the money to pay your family's medical bills however an analysis showed she actually spend it on fast food restaurants and

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"mansfield" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mansfield" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The Vietnam War and Mike Mansfield of Montana Democrat in World War one veteran who is the Majority Leader the house is wounded warrior fellowship program began in nineteen ninety five Linda Kenyan Washington snow in the nation's midsection when an American Eagle plane diskette office no we runway at here airport in Chicago today thankfully nobody was hurt but the east coast is coming under a blanket of frigid weather this week as we hear from meteorologist Chad Myers the problem truly will be the morning lows this is take care of your pet kind of weather here when you see morning lows in Detroit of six and that's not a windchill that's the air temperature so it's gonna be a shock to the system or many people there teachers in little rock Arkansas will go on strike Thursday for one day of decision came after they were stripped of their collective bargaining power St the Dow up thirteen by Mike Morris next Thursday it will be caught in an extreme flash flood disasters don't plan ahead but you can talk to your loved ones about making an emergency plan get started today at ready dot gov slash plan brought to you by FEMA and the ad council unexpected reactions to smart financial decisions brought to you by feed the big dot org well I finally did I improve my credit score you're kidding right no how are we supposed to be the bad boys of a lecture synth pop if you're out there being responsible the band is about to be discovered this is our year yeah you've been saying that for a while now you think anyone in the rock and roll hall of fame is.

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"mansfield" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"mansfield" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Have you with us? Hi, mark. Thanks for taking my call. I wanted to respond to what you're saying about the trend of democracy. Dumb kind of government is going, where I see. It's going is political parties need to be recognized as political religions. So we have a truce we agree to keep these out of government. And what I've been pushing for a democrat. But constitutionalist's I, I've been pushing my own party, she start putting healthcare doing it yourself as your own benefit, like the Catholic church produces it don't programs. And does not affect public policy. The Democratic Party could do the same with that belief about right to healthcare in Saint sex marriage. All that could be a separate group and not have to depend on government. So that's what I've been trying for as a cost to, to, to stop discriminating by creed by pushing beliefs government that I believe are unconstitutional to do. And then you mentioned public housing and the Bama problems. I'm from a district Sheila jackson-lee sister that had a campus plan, we passed a law to reform public housing as a sustainable campus. And I've been proposing to replicate this model along the border, so people who fund schools, and healthcare, you can do so with your taxes and what other people in the military. So we can we separate our taxes, like we do with religion, allow people to fund their own and quit trying to dominate government with. So if you go to earn amnesty dot. No, no, no, no. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Emily quite grasp that to me on this, but the first line was actually quite good. Because the idea that in a in a secular age politics becomes a religion. And the political actually his story TOMS, it's quite good. It makes a lotta sense to look at political differences, in the same way that religious schisms back in the back in medieval times, to say it's the same kind of thing. And in fact, in the absence of religion holodeck, so climate change. Whatever does become your religion. I tell you. Well, let's go to Mary in Mansfield Ohio, because we don't we don't. Amicably with maybe a nice lady. But don't come on here. And, and do you are ELLs because people pay to advertise on this show? That's what's the number one show and, and in said, let's go to Mary, and Mansfield, Ohio, I was in that beautiful fitter that Clara abo- the Iskoe played go to beautiful today's famous. I think Mansfield Mary, correct me if I'm wrong, it's full, the, the, the big movie with Morgan Freeman, The Shawshank Redemption was. But, but, but what I like about. I played that lovely theater, you have downtown Clara, bow, the Iskoe played in the nineteen twenties. And as the it's boy I was on to play is back, Barry. Nice. I forgot what I'm talking about that. What do y'all by Barry? Lovely tau though. I had a great time that it is a beautiful time. That was the renaissance theatre that yet. Absolutely. You made a comment about how all activities that the democrat party is attempting to do right now with tempting. And they were attempting to thwart the will of the people, but I believe the democrat he what they're doing as encouraged. I believe that the Democrats see the twenty sixteen election as Thorndon the will of the people because it was based on electoral college and not on the popular vote, though. I think that the Democrats believe that they are standing up for the will of the people. Well, you don't the thing about that. They say that, and the reason and the reason they say that is because they fail that if it had been on the popular vote, number twenty sixteen Hillary would be president. But we don't know that if they wasn't for example, right now, you have very high, ton out in small states that a prominent in the electoral college, like New Hampshire, for example, has a high ton out because it's perceived to Matt and because people camped out that for a year before the election at the same time in big states like California, and New York Republicans, then by the voting because there's no point you voted. Wasted. It's a big waste of time. Nobody actually knows how if you had saying, Austrailian system where everybody has to vote. Nobody actually nobody actually knows how popular transgender rights all all publicly funded abortion, all these other things would be if actually one hundred percent of people voted. So I think Mary, I take your point. But I think Mary, if you had a popular vote, the Democrats who assuming law to think that they present positions where they want single payer healthcare, where they want boys to be able to walk into go school showers where they think that cauliflowers in community gardens colonialist, and racist. I'm not sure that fifty one percent of a straight up vote is gonna. We go in for that marry. I hope not. I hope you're right. Well, I hope so too. And thank you to be that what was it again? The renaissance they have in Mansfield. Yes. Right. Right. The renaissance theatre in Mansfield. I'm sorry. Bobbled things because I was very Jervis. No, you don't. You don't need to be nervous. I was completely nervous when I was on stage of the renaissance. I bomb that night, it was a disaster that you could really stunk up the joint of his terrible flop. You don't wanna be worried about being Mary. Everyone is nervous once in a while. That's actually an interesting. That's the other thing, by the way. It's just that. I with respect Mary, I think this actually does support my theory that we're moving to have you wanna put it. I would put it. I would put it in the context of the rest of the west as opposed democratic order in America, you might want to call it a post constitutional. But what I'm saying is that the systems that have basically been accepted, for a couple of centuries now. The elite sustain nano those systems if they produce results, we do not like illegitimate. And so in that sense, the attacks.

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