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The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss E. Michael Jones' Antisemitism
"Years ago, I read some of E Michael Jones's books. And again, this is what Nick Fuentes is kind of following, right? I read some of his books and he wrote one called degenerate moderns. It was brilliant. He wrote another one about architecture and another one, I forget. But brilliant stuff, right? And so I visited him in his home and I didn't see the anti semitic side of him until right around that time, a friend of mine, doctor Jeffrey sat in over, wrote a brilliant book, he is a genius psychiatrist, he has a degree in quantum physics. One of the smartest people I know, not a Christian, but he wrote an amazing book from the point of view of a psychiatrist who had dealt with people struggling with same sex attraction. And it really an amazing, amazing book, sat in over his last name. And so I interviewed him and reviewed it ostensibly for E Michael Jones magazine. He hardly printed anything of what I wrote. He cut almost everything. And then he wrote a review that was effectively anti semitic. And I will never, ever, ever forget it. I read it and I thought, this, this can be, this is the whole, the whole review of this great book, which was homosexuality and the politics of truth by Jeff sat in over hinged on really an anti semitic idea. And that's when I realized 27 years ago, uh oh, I don't know that I can spend any more time. You're telling me Nick Fuentes who just had dinner with the president is following you, Michael. Right. That's right. And I'll just explain briefly to your readers. Michael Jones is a theological Jew hater. He doesn't hate them racially. He doesn't believe in Nazi crackpot racialism. He believes that any one of the Jewish people who does not accept Jesus is the moral equivalent of the sadducees and that he takes literally the statement, let their blood be upon us and upon our children. He channels the old old anti semitism of some of the church fathers and some people in the Middle Ages. He takes all that, not as a historical tragedy and abuse, but as an authoritative part of the Christian tradition. And he describes the Jews who did not follow Jesus as the synagogue of Satan and the mystical body of Antichrist. That has existed ever since the death of our lord. And as a sort of satanic counter church. And so he blames Jews for pornography, even though the Marquis de Sade was not Jewish. He blames them for abortion. Margaret Sanger was not Jewish. He manages to act as if the Jewish people by not accepting Jesus became Antichrist. And
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"marquis de" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Fahrenheit would have been well chilled, if not frozen solid. Despite this, the film won 5 Oscars, including best motion picture. Phineas chose an interesting design for his lighter than aircraft, since the most efficient balloons for long distance travel are easier blues. Invented by Jean Francois pilatre de Rozier in 1784. His concept used a combination of a lifting gas and hot air within the same envelope, but in different chambers. This has the advantage over a typical hot air balloon since the lifting gas can carry the majority of the craft's weight and the lift from the hot air is less than is usually needed. This cuts down field consumption to a fraction of that needed and allows for very long flights. This concept invented at the dawn of flight, was used by the most advanced record breaking balloons in the world over 200 years later. Georgia's place in history comes not just from his balloon designs. He was one of two men who would be the very first to leave the earth's surface and flying an untethered aircraft. The French king, Louis the 16th, had decided that the first man flight would contain two condemned criminals. But was determined to be the first. He persuaded the king that the honor of becoming the first balloonist should belong to someone of high status. The king acquiesced, so Dorothy, and the Marquis de lalande clambered on board. The balloon that the montgolfiers had constructed was their largest yet, and 75 feet, 23 meters tall. It was made from taffeta and richly decorated with golden figures on a deep blue background. It rose from the platform containing a smokey fire, but on board there was a lip brazier to keep the balloon aloft. During the short flight, the Roseanne noticed that burning embers were scorching the fabric and endangering the structure. He kept the fire at bay with damps, monges, and by beating it out with his coat, whilst they rose to about 3000 feet and drifted about 9 kilometers, 5 and a half miles staying airborne for 25 minutes. De rosia went on to build his own balloons and plan to fly the English Channel with one of his own special designs, since the montgolfier balloons couldn't carry enough fuel to stay aloft for the required time. He supplemented the hot air with hydrogen gas, but before he could get his project off the ground, he was beaten to the punch by a French man, Jean Pierre Blanchard, and an American Doctor John Jeffries, who made the journey from England to France in early 1785. Despite this, with the companion, he set off from Bologna, Samir, to fly from France to England in a rosy a balloon. After a good start, fickle wins, blew him back over land, then tragedies struck. Perhaps not surprisingly, the mixture of hot air and the highly flammable hydrogen gas resulted in fire that deflated the balloon overhead we Marie, causing it to fall over a thousand feet, both men were killed, nevertheless, rosier had assured his place in history and his designers one that balloonists today make practical use of. The modern version of the Rozier balloon looks more like a spaceship than the earliest form of air travel, invented by man. The renowned company Cameron balloons, constructed all three eraser balloons that have completed successful nonstop flights around the world, and they are also responsible for three quarters of the world's specially shaped balloons. Early ones were personally designed by the aeronautical engineer Don Cameron himself. And out of his factory came the fantasia council, a bust of Beethoven, trucks, shoes, telephones, motorcycles, dinosaurs, dogs, rabbits, and even Mickey Mouse and Donald duck. All of which have provided a colorful extravaganza in our sky. The technical aspects of a record breaking rosea balloon present a markedly different challenge from creating a flying minion, minions hardly need the advance Kevlar and carbon fiber composite weave, lightweight burners, titanium fuel cylinders, and pressurized gondolas required to allow a balloon to fly in the stratosphere, where the temperature can easily reach -70 centigrade. And the air is so thin that without an artificially created atmosphere for the pilots, death would be startlingly rapid. Cameroon's reputation as a leading light in his craft has been recognized worldwide since 85% of the balloons from his family run factory in Bristol are shipped abroad. Don survived an attempt at achieving a transatlantic flight when weather brought him down within sight of the French coast, but others didn't. There were 14 previously known attempts that killed 5 crew members. The first was in 1873 and only traveled 45 miles, but the fate of some others is still unknown. The balloon free life was launched from east Hampton, New York, in 1970, piloted by Malcolm Brighton, with Rodney Anderson and Pamela Brown on board. When the pilot, whom they had been counting on for the flight withdrew close to the time of departure Anderson hired English men, Malcolm Brighton, a 32, whose ascent in the free life was to be his 100th and his last. The free life attempt was the first to use a rosier style balloon for an Atlantic attempt. Built by Mark semi it used a combination of helium and hot air, below the spherical helium gas cell was a conical sleeve where air could be heated by burners in the same way as a normal hot air balloon.
The One You Feed
"marquis de" Discussed on The One You Feed
"Say a little bit more about that. Yeah, I mean, lighter really tries to focus on the different thresholds that people go through when they're actively evolving when they're actively trying to heal themselves. But I wanted to make sure that the end of the book tied that into how this healing generation that's emerging because I really feel like there are just millions and millions of people who are actively healing themselves, whether it's through eastern modalities, western modalities, indigenous modalities, healing has become this massive, massive thing, not only is that going to benefit your personal life, but it will ripple outward and it will start making global transformation become more possible in a sustainable manner. And I write about this in the book where, you know, there have always been groups of people who try to change the world and make it into a better place. People who have had these amazing values, but something that happens repeatedly is that once people gain power, power has this way of functioning like a magnet where it will literally pull out the roughest parts of your ego. So if you've never healed yourself and if on the surface you seem like a pretty good person, once you get power, then the roughest parts of you are going to come out. They're going to be given a platform for you to play out just like all of the trauma that you've experienced and what happens often is that people who set out to change the world into a better place end up recreating the thing that they were originally fighting against. One example that comes to mind is like the French Revolution and that's so funny. That was the exact one in my mind. Yeah, and you know, I just finished reading the biography of the Marquis de Lafayette and it was beautiful getting a taste of the American Revolution and the French Revolution through the lens of his life and when the jacobins and when they started gaining power and they killed the king and then this spread
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Abanikanda scores 4 TDs, No 24 Pitt beats Rhode Island 45-24
"Israel ObamaCare rushed for four touchdowns and quarterback kedon slovis was solid in his return from injury as number 24 Pittsburgh beat Rhode Island 45 24 The three in one Panthers rushed for 272 yards and scored at least 30 points for the 9th time in 11 games Slova said plenty of help on the ground from Obama Conda who had 19 carries for 177 yards I'm not surprised 'cause I know what I'm capable of I'm just gonna keep working even try to do better 12 it started after missing last week's win at western Michigan with an undisclosed injury He was an effect of 20 of 27 for 189 yards Marquis de shields scored a pair of touchdowns for Rhode Island I'm Dave ferry
"marquis de" Discussed on Revolutions
"I thought we'd start earlier than that. Readers like to get a sense of where a character comes from before they make their entrance into the story. So I should like to offer some thumbnail sketch of your life prior to joining our revolution. Old Lafayette says so where to begin. Spark says, how about with your father? And when you became the Marquis de Lafayette. Lafayette reflects, and remembers. Olafia says I never knew my father. I only knew the stories they told me later. Sparks says, how did he die? Old Lafayette says it was Exterior, hillside amidst the battle of minden, day, 1759. We see Lafayette's father, aged 22, in a battle uniform standing on the side of a steep hill next to a colonel and surrounded by a company of soldiers. Old Lafayette's voice-over narration describes what we see. Old Lafayette narrates, he was a young lieutenant at the battle of minden. We see the colonel point up to a ridge line. Olaf at narrates, his colonel, wanted to occupy a high ridge. We see Lafayette's father shake his head and point across a valley towards what is clearly a British artillery battery. But my father disagreed. The position was completely exposed to British artillery. We see the colonel angrily pointed the ridge line again. Old Lafayette narrates, but the colonel insisted my father had to obey. We see Lafayette's father salute and the soldiers advanced to the exposed ridge. Old Lafayette narrates, they reached the top, the colonel was very pleased with himself. As we see the colonel puff out his chest with pride, Lafayette's father sees the British artillery men scrambling with their cannons. Old Lafayette narrates, it did not take long for the British to cite them. We see Lafayette's father try to warn the colonel, but the colonel ignores him. Old Lafayette narrates. It sounds like it was all over in a few minutes. We hear a sharp whistle, and the colonel is abruptly blown to smithereens right before our eyes. narrates the colonel was the first to go. We see Lafayette's father die for cover and call orders to his men. O Lafayette narrates my father briefly took command, but there is nothing he could do. We see shells rain down, multiple explosions, men blown apart. We see Lafayette's father stand helplessly amid the carnage. Then we hear another sharp whistle, and Lafayette's father looks up at the sky. Lafayette's father says,
"marquis de" Discussed on Revolutions
"7th, 2022. It's the 15th anniversary of the first episode of the history of Rome, which means this is my 15th anniversary as a podcaster. To celebrate, I thought I might drop something completely different into this feed, strictly for fun and entertainment purposes. Those of you who follow me on social media might know that for a long time, I've had an eye on turning something from the podcasts or the books into a scripted TV series or a film. Script writing has been a longtime hobby of mine. I've pitched some people in Hollywood on various things. But of late it's gotten a bit more serious. I'm working with some talent managers at untitled entertainment to turn hero of two worlds into a scripted TV series. So I've been working on a draft of a pilot that will start aggressively shopping to production companies and networks come the fall. What I've decided to do is share some of that pilot with you here today. Because while you all know what happens when I put on my podcast or hat, then what happens when I put on my serious author hat? No one's ever seen what happens when I put on my script writing hat. So what I'm going to do here is a one man table read of the first half of this pilot that I've been working on. I thought it would be fun to give you a glimpse of what I get up to when I'm not wearing my serious author hat. And if you like it, maybe you'll be like, hey, that was really good. We kind of want to hear the other half of that. We kind of want this whole show to get made. Now, I'm sure whatever you're about to hear is not going to be anywhere close to what would make it on screen. If it ever does get made, that's the way these things work, there will be edits and changes, additions, subtractions, and then of course the whole third act will get rewritten as soon as the test audiences get one whiff of it. But it is a fun sample of my work. It's a sample of the kind of stuff that comes out of my brain when I'm dreaming up a TV show about the Marquis de Lafayette, rather than a serious biography about the Marquis de Lafayette. So, please go grab some popcorn and enjoy.
The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak Zooms Out of Uvalde to See the Bigger Disturbing Picture
"John, I have to ask you, what's happening in America? It's happened gradually. But we're now at a point where the breakdown of the family, what happened in the 1960s, the breakdown of the family has led to this. In other words, it takes time, but now you have the mother of this shooter is a drug addict is a confused person. There is no father. The 18 year old is deeply disturbed. When we were kids in school, you'd say, well, he's a weirdo. You'd be kind of worried about him or something. They're just something they're not socially fitting in. But now, as you said earlier, it's out of bounds to point that out. It's out of balance and say, something's wrong with that person. Now you have to sort of celebrate their madness. You said it's been cross pressure. I don't know what else was going on. But the point is that you're not allowed to talk about that until he kills 19 children. And then when he kills the 19 children, it's the fault of law abiding gun owners in Wyoming. You see, it is part of a program. These antique family laws were put in place for a reason to break down the family, so that everyone is just an isolated individual, an electron whirling around the nucleus federal government. The goal, the goal of the sexual revolution was always more sexual liberty for wealthy good-looking people, more power for the government and the power of the government will be will be wielded by the aristocrats. The song comes from the Marquis de Sade, a perverted aristocrat who came up with the ideology that became the sexual revolution. Popularized by Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de beauvoir, it is now the official religion of the west
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"marquis de" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"John's mirror. John, you were just talking about how everybody knew and everybody knows that abortion is wrong. And the Marquis de Sade, one of the most genuinely wicked human beings in history, of whom we have a record. He was dramatically pro abortion. Are we surprised? He argued that women needed abortion so that they could be equally as depraved and detached from the consequences of sex as men. So if women wanted to be happy libertines, the way he considered himself to pursue pleasure at all other costs, regardless of childbearing the needs of the future, the needs of other people, he regarded the ego. And it's a certain of its will. To the only good. The Marquis de Sade considered themselves the liberator of mankind. He was going to free us from Christian morale. Free us from having to care about other people. He was going to free the strong from having to care about the week. Remember, this is someone who for his own sexual amusement would kidnap and torture prostitutes. That's why he ended up in prison. People today pretend that he was imprisoned for his ideas. He was imprisoned as a violent film as a sick, aristocrat, who used his money and power to prey on poor helpless women who were otherwise starving and to physically torture them for his own amusement. His ideas were as close to pure evil as we can imagine. He advocated incest, child rape, child murder. But in his quest to advance pleasure and to free people from Christian morality, he said abortion should be legal. Abortion should be accepted. Abortion is fine. It is the only way for women to be a sexually furry as meant to have the same ability to walk away from the results of their activity to sleep with strangers and walk away. The only way you could do that, that women could be as free as men would be to have abortion widely available. Most people were horrified by this, even the leaders of the French Revolution considered de Sato, a dangerous lunatic. His ideas were revived in the 20th century by Simone de beauvoir. The common law wife with John Paul Sartre. She actually published a book in defense of the Marquis de Sade called must we burn. Must we burn his books? This pretense that she was just speaking up for freedom. But if freedom of the press, but in fact, her book is a defense and a promotion of his ideas and in her book the second sex, she takes decides argument without giving him credit and says that abortion must be legal so that women can be libertines just like men. And she signed with great petition in France that led to its legal proportions, legalization there. So the pro choice movement, via Simone de beauvoir, goes straight back to the satanic rituals and torture fantasies of the Marquis de Sade. It is a direct election. Yes, let's connect the dots here, folks. If you care about women, decide a powerful, wealthy man used his power and his money to torture poor women who had fallen into prostitution. It doesn't get more obviously evil. And this is the man who was arguing for abortion and let's go to Simon de beauvoir in my book is atheism dead. I talk about at the end of his life, Jean-Paul Sartre comes to faith and what's amazing is that Simon de beauvoir was outraged, utterly outraged. You start seeing that there is a satanic animus behind these things. This is not simply like, oh, I'm for free love. There's something deeper and she was so offended. She was absolutely outraged and betrayed that this man who comes to his senses at the end of his life. That he would dare even to voice what he's thinking, that he would be a free thinker. She felt betrayed by him. That's kind of where we are, folks. We're getting clarity here. We're getting spiritual clarity on what is behind some of these things. That's right. And we have to remember that just Jean-Paul Sartre's argument against the existence of God was not a rational. It was not that there wasn't evidence for it. It was not that the arguments didn't point to it. He essentially said, it's intolerable for there to be a God. And for us not to be him. In other words, the human will can not stand the idea of having an omnipotent master. So we must reject him so that we can feel omnipotent in ourselves, which is to serve in heaven. I mean, it's that satanic ego. It is at the very heart of its human pride, which goes all the way back to Eden. It is so dark. It is so evil. That's what we're talking about. In case you're scoring at home, that's right. And that's what we're facing here. One of the two political parties in America. I mean, political parties in America is the party of the Marquis de sa. It's the party of Sartre. It's the party of Margaret Sanger. It's the party of killing the innocent for the sake of our sexual convenience, but really for the sake of our own sense of omnipotence, our own sense of absolute sovereignty over ourselves. And one of the things that helped suppose this, the same people who think a woman should be able to abort her 8 month fetus and insist that even if it survived the abortion that the doctor kill it, because her bodily sovereignty is that absolute. Those same people didn't want to give that woman a choice of our whether or not to have the COVID vaccine. It is madness..
"marquis de" Discussed on Fresh Air
"In your eye. Unfortunately, this drug trial entailed having injections in your eye, which I just found a really horrifying prospect. The first thing I thought of was that film Andalusian dog by Salvador Dalí where there's actually a razor that cuts that slices the surface of an eye, it's an animal eye, which I don't think that makes it any better. It's still just like gruesome and that's perhaps an extreme image for an injection medically monitored, but were you afraid of getting injection in your eye? Afraid doesn't even begin to cover it. Yeah, I was terrified. You know, I brought a friend, I made the doctor do not just the normal two layers of numbing cream, but like four layers, even though he said, not going to make a difference. I said psychologically, it will. And it's funny, Terry that you mentioned a movie because a movie came immediately to mind when this was happening because they used this very kind of Marquis de Sade looking clamp to hold your eye open because obviously your reflex is going to be the blink if something's coming toward your eye. And I felt like Malcolm McDowell and a clockwork orange when that happened. I thought, oh, I've seen this movie. And it was unpleasant either. But you know, you get through it. It's a horrible moment or a horrible couple seconds, and a lot of stinging for hours afterwards. But you go on with it. And you learn in that moment, what I think most people learn in any kind of journey like mine, which is that when you have to, you can get through moments through challenges through pain. That you never imagined you could. And on the far side of it, there's for lack of a better phrase a sense of triumph, and even a sense of pride in having gotten through it, that becomes its own minor consolation. So what happened to the drug? What happened with this drug?.
Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"marquis de" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Who are all part of the CDC and you're working to eradicate four separate different global outbreaks at the same time. While also searching for a cure for that disease. Yeah. Wow. It's a lot of fun. It's like you are all a different, everybody has a different occupation, and each of those occupations can do a special thing. So it's like, if you have somebody that's a paramedic, they can do one of these things. If they have a researcher that you can do one of these things. And so it's really useful for to be able to have their special skills within your game and then you say, okay, well, if I can get to this city, then maybe you can get your character over here and we can eradicate this thing. And it's really neat. I think it was probably my first cooperative game too. That's interesting. Cool. Yeah. And then it also has three different legacy versions, one of which is an award winner. We'll get to that later, but we did talk about legacies earlier, so this is an example of something that got twisted into a legacy. Q is for Queen games. Again, not a lot I could put. It's like, I'm glad you had a cue. Oh, I had a clue. I literally did not have to think about the cube because I just like, there's probably other things I can do. I'm just gonna grab queen. It's fine. Yep. Game manufacturer based in Troy story Germany. They focus mostly on family or children's games, so lots of dice rolling, like kubo, or escape, or stuff that's marketed straight to kids like banana party. It's an adorable game of collecting bananas before your Friends collect all their bananas. Pretty straightforward. Yeah. Queen games has also produced two spiel desserts winners, Alhambra, which is a game of bidding to place tiles from a shared board onto your own complex in a Spanish court. And then kingdom builder, which is players using wooden houses across a randomized landscape to control the most territory. R is for root. Root is a board game created by Cole world and published by later games in 2018. We're going to touch back on a term we brought in earlier because this is an asymmetrical game, which later games specializes in publishing. This is a game where everyone is using different game mechanics to play the same game, but you're all trying to achieve a similar win condition. So in route, everyone is playing as different forces in a forest who somehow win the game. The Marquis de shops attempt to build buildings across the forest and expand their empire utilizing multiple pieces right off the gate in the game. The Woodland alliance, my counterpoint doesn't start with any pieces on the board, but they use their influence to run guerrilla campaigns and so dissension amongst the Woodland rinks, and then earn forces that way. They are adorable Woodland communists, and we treasure them. And then as a final counterpoint, the vagabond is just a single piece that is on the board, but they work with any of the factions on the boards to provide them with resources to earn points for them or to cut off their resources to earn points for them. Okay. So everyone's kind of playing a slightly different game, but everyone's trying to win the same game. Now when people are playing their own version while they're playing it, can things that they do mess up other players tasks? Absolutely. A lot of the times the Marquis de chat will see that the Woodland alliance is trying to start a rebellion in one of their territories and then we'll just move their pieces in, just like try to push that out before that they can succeed in overthrowing their control. Cool. Yeah. Which takes us to S, everyone's been waiting. Let's talk about spiel dish yaris. Yes. So this awards one of the top German board games annually to the best board game produced that year for the first time. And it's also considered one of the top board gaming awards in the world. The shortlist nominees for this can expect a three to four times increase on their expected production for a game and winners end up selling in the millions of copies worldwide. Wow. Which spiel does yaris you do have to realize this is specifically for the best German language game. So if a game is released outside of the German language for the first time in his later localized into German, the year it's localized into German as the year that it is considered for the spiel des yaris. Okay. Okay. Yeah, that makes sense. Yeah. And then spiel distillers also has some special awards that they'll give out the most traditional one used is the most beautiful game, which we'll talk about now. Some notable winners, 79 is the first winner of the shield is yours. That is the game hair and tortoise. The first special prize winner for solitaire game was the Rubik's Cube. Huh. Interesting. Yeah. And then we've got some gateway games in here. Settlers of catan, carcassonne, ticket to ride. We'll talk about gateway games in a bit. And then the 2021 winner of the award 2022 awards won't be till this summer. So we have micro macro crime city as the most recent winner of the spiel des yaris. Can I do a related plug here too? Please. So winner of the 1981 to be able to see ours for the game focus was Sid Saxon. And said saxons papers are housed in the library and archives of play at the strong. And over the last couple of years, we actually have worked on a project to digitize all of his game diaries. And put them online, and so now we have a research portal online for those. It's called the Sid Saxon portal. It's Saxon portal dot museum of play dot org. Anyway, on that site, we have about 35 years worth of his professional and personal diaries. And so basically every day Sid would sit down and write down every person he talked to every game he played in every book he read and then at the end of every year he would go back and index his own diaries so that you could actually go to the index and be like, it's 1974. Did Sid play monopoly this year? And you can go see all of his mentions on it. It'll be like, yep, February 1st, February 9th, March 3rd. It's incredible. So we're actually doing also a transcription project with these diaries because it's one thing to have the images up. But it's another thing to make them usable and accessible for people, especially to keyword search. So at any given time, we'll have about 5 diaries up for transcription. We're kind of starting at the beginning, 1963, working our way through. So at this point of recording, we have 5 full ones completely done, so in 1963 to 1960 8, are totally available online. All the transcriptions and everything. So when you keyword search anything on that site, you'll get all of the transcriptions for those. And we've had a couple of really amazing transcribers who are super game enthusiasts and.
"marquis de" Discussed on Bookworm
"My language was used as a tool to penetrate to dismantle to bore holes, not through projections, delusions or Cantor miscommunication, but to the self esteem and dignity of my characters. And I was so surprised when I read that because it seemed just completely off. And I remember giving she gave an example if I'm remembering right, which I might not be. But she is an example gave a two people in the store romantic weekend they're about to go off on an ill fated tryst. And it's becoming clear to the woman that this isn't, this isn't a good idea, but she's one of those things once it got ball gets rolling. It's hard to stop it. And through her eyes, she's fields at the airport and she sees a kind of a sad looking unattractive couple walking they look like they're not getting along. The man is walking too fast for the woman. She's hurrying to keep up. The trailing sex and disappointment behind them. And I believe Magny Nelson gave that as an example of my cruel point of view. And I don't understand that as cruel, for one thing, the young woman is thinking, it isn't telling them that they're unattractive and are trailing sex and disappointment. She's not verbalizing it. She's just having a thought and also when we're in a situation where we're anxious and we're sensing that it's not going to go well and that perhaps sex and disappointment is in our future, it's just simply very natural to project that onto whoever you're looking at. I know the book by Maggie Nelson about cruelty and art, and I felt, although I'm always interested in the things she has to say, and I think she is almost always interesting and that book there seems to be something going on. She presents in the opening a hatred of cruelty and the cruelty in art in the Marquis de Sade and elsewhere many painters, but by the time you are into the book, her fascination with cruelty becomes evident, and you think she's sneaking something under the wrong and not acknowledging it. Now we are talking with one of my favorite writers. I think also one of the greatest living American writers that is Mary Gates skill, and she's put together a book of dreams and stories called the devil's treasure. She's done it for a press that is a new press to me, it's a books has done this book in collaboration with the unnamed press in Los Angeles California. It is a come on at first I thought it was an anthology, but it's not an Anthony. It's a collage. In which Mary Gates go reveals the double sidedness of the life she perceives and I think it's a wonderful book..
Behind the Steel Curtain
"marquis de" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"I don't really have much more to say. Like i said i was just thinking about it and just thought you know what we may not. We may not know that what we may not have a true answer to that question until three or four games into the season. Yeah getting longer. And what's nice is. I don't know that other teams. We'll have the answer to that. That's the key. I don't i'm okay. Not knowing the answer to what mad canada's offense really look like as long as the steelers opponent can answer either. That's a good way to put it so now real quick anything just now that we've broken it all down the things that we're not going to learn from the fame game give a just off the top of your head one or two things that you're that you're going to really be focused on what are you. What are you hoping to see. I kind of put you on the spot real quick. I know but there are several things. What i'm wanting to see our quarterbacks working more from under center than out of the shotgun mujo that would okay Partly to show a real commitment to running the football but again that's not going to be the end of the world. Whatever i see there. But it's something i'd like to see. Some of these rookies in and some of the new guys in a kind of would like to see you know some of the guys that you kinda pegged for special teams you know some special teams guys are going to get their opportunities in this game and to see what kind of impact some of these guys in. I'm telling you watch special teams if a team is getting ready to punt and think. Oh wait i did. Go get something from the fridge before the commercial. Let me. let me get a jump-start no you. Could you want us some of these guys on the bottom of the roster first of all they gotta show that they can provide depth for you case emergency but they gotta show that they can bring it on special teams. Yeah i mean. I don't wanna see the steelers kicking it in for a touchback. Every time i wanna see what the coverage guys can do. I wanna see or if they do have the team out. I don't i wanna see the steelers. Not taking any every time. Because i want to see and it's not even just about the return guy. I want to see the guys can block it special teams. I'm serious your. You should pay more attention to special teams at the preseason than you do any other time of the year times time debt. Because ed is that's where you figure out those last couple of guys that make the roster. That's where that's that's where they're coming from. Yeah are going to be the place. They're making on special teams. So you know one of the thing. I really like to see. I'd like to see us. Put the ball in the end zone at least two three times with being nice. I'd like to see the steelers not put the ball on the turf. Yeah i'd like to see you know but honestly it's the first preseason game you're going to see you really are probably are. Yeah yep i'd like to see the defense. Get the ball trader or take it out of the you know i i don't i don't let you say this i don't wanna see the steelers jump on fumbled snap. I don't in the preseason. Yeah the turnovers nice and you wanna take it anytime. You can't especially the rainy season. i don't wanna see them. Capitalizing on the other teams totally floodlit flow it up. I want see making the play to make it happen. It's you know what i'm saying. I'm not saying that that. I don't wanna see it that way. That's it's nice. But what i really wanna see is if they're making the play to make that happen. Which would be really nice. Yeah i want to see this. I wanna see the strip sack fumble recovery. I wanna see you know stripping a ball from from running back. I wanna see you know. I wanna see A corner getting his hand on pass which knocks it up and safety picking it off. Yeah i don't. I don't wanna see no receivers in the area and one guy standards for the steelers and the ball just getting thrown straight to you know what i mean. You know because you're not gonna get that during the regular season very often so we know that all the time in the preseason. Unless it's you know you know the super bowl. Yeah hey don't don't let here. She's the greatest quarterback of all time. Here's what i want to tell you what i wanna hear. I wanna hear. Mike tomlin stefanos post game interview. Say we have no injuries of some of significance to reports yup. Gotcha that's the line. I wanna hear you know. I don't want the big bad turf monster. Get anybody because the last time steelers were there. We don't wanna talk about how that's up to lewis it. I mean you do realize it was the next year that they cancelled the game because the turf was unplayable yup the very next year so yeah ugly ugly ugly so all right anything else you wanna say before we head into this game jeff. Big question. I can think of one real quick unless you have when you really wanna do. Go ahead so well you you. I was gonna say anything you want. Wanna see for this games that way. I can try to think of exactly how i wanna frame i do. You want me to stall for a minute while you're trying to get together. Yeah yeah so. I got i. I came up with a completely random question. I mean not random completely different than anything. We've talked about go totally. Oh ted only different than what we talked about. I got that will be okay. I used to have to type it in. That's okay so Oh go bring up now said at the very end. Hey anybody what no i. I've still got some some games that could potentially looking to unload at heinz field I asked me about one of your. They were asked what. I've still got a couple o- so now i have to change. I gotta you're going to do ohio and other people. I said we've got to do it. Okay we've gotta do a rare. Yes we do we do. Okay check really matter in the preseason. No not really okay. So you don't have to do this. We'll do this. And then i'll tell you what the other one would've been or games i had out there. Bengals broncos rams browns. at least i'm looking to unload at least two of them. Yeah so you're kinda like me can't rich. You've got to give me a score prediction. 'cause i forget that's our big thing that we do. I forget that it's so hard to give a score. Prediction preseason tan. Because we can we can seventeen. Fourteen stiller's seventy fourteenth steelers. I'm going different. I'm going thirty. Three twenty three steelers. I'm going. I think the offense is going to show a little bit more. You might be right. I only high because you went. Low came so it is in the live chat or in both facebook and youtube said score and who's in their first with it although some people did it before i typed it in there so you've got to post to begin 'cause i don't look at look at that we might have some new people don't realize how goes but he really marquis de. He says he was twenty six cowboys. Nine crease says fifteen hundred going low scoring. i was just. I just thought that maybe the offense would come out for both teams and and just you know be able to bust some big plays because they haven't had as much time to work on stuff. That's just me okay. Mark cuban says twenty four ten steeler nation for one hundred fourteen to thirteen. Oh and mark was steelers as well increase was was cowboys. I i missed that. I should have said who the winner was And vodka wanted people actually lay down bets on preseason shy away they do..
Behind the Steel Curtain
"marquis de" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Steal. Do that depends on what they get back. Yes i talk about it a little bit in in this way in the first pot. So if you want to go back in give us a downloadable not want. It's in the first five minutes. That are still not benny snow. The thing about benny smell like nause's not gonna play seventeen games. So if you're sitting there thinking nauseous gonna play the full seventeen games of the season. I i hate to disappoint your now. It's not going to happen any dolls. He's not playing may snaps in every one of the seventeen games so we can you know one of the may be there for a couple of your policy in place if he's if anything then other than that you'll be sitting out expected to sit out a couple of games whether it's niggling injury steelers rusty than i think if it's resting that's great. You need someone to back it up and an cannot beaming fallen when he's the change of pace guy. Won't people saying barrages showing up in training camp if any snell if the steelers feel. The benny snows was a fourth randall. Then i think you do look at trading him to la however this to play is on la tame that are on a comparable salary cap amount. And that's jordan And tyrrell burgess Jordan was more of a free safety. Budgets is more of a strong safety. Why big fan bushes. And i think he could do very well in in the steelers defense. We're gonna trade. Snow actually will be going out to get a peek. I listened in warren. I'd actually be going to get to To robo just because we've edmonds out of contract united next year. We haven't picked up these fifth year option. Then he put budgets on a rookie contract. Suddenly that seventy two This something like two or three million dollars now that we just added into the cab and we've done after race on anyone so yet from my perspective when it comes to benny snail look at the playa that you might be able to get will help. The pittsburgh steelers rav in a draft. Pick because we're going to have some compensatory peaks are now we lost the fourth To move up and get loud milk in the fifty she but yet. If we're gonna try. Benny snell i want us to improve somewhere. Will build. debts advocate position So that's sort of what i'm saying from that perspective at the moment For the final question. George test and says gee guys have a rugadh on your vehicles. I don't have a regard off for action. Avocado Will be getting one. But we don't need a rugadh vehicle. It's it's so funny because like where we both leave. Kangaroos are probably about Two i guess like really inland on none of me. Nothing america national park national park up by maybe hoffa now want you want you gone them. Well should be in chill-out on should be the every reagan feeding pellets. Busy looking after all our other animals. Well i didn't. Actually my son does but Yes we've got enough the my i'll get enough troubles. We're gonna have to him a bit. Lucky burkes backyard for any australian listeners. In fully americans can't bring up the backyard may that's all. He was one of the marquis de felicia stories in a check out the show twenty dollars. Thank you very much fillet shot. Mock you got to do it again right. You've got close out with it on trial and doing a strike version again. I interrupted you with the lag today. Is that you do. Thank.
Behind the Steel Curtain
"marquis de" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"The nfc west in our hypothetical breakdown. I still had i if i'm looking at the division right now. I even put the steelers as high as number two. I think the browns win the division. This year i think the steelers best them in the playoffs. And that's something i said. Last year i thought the ravens would win the division but the steelers would best them in the playoffs. So and brian brown wire steelers fans picking rival teams to win our division eight. You know for me. You've you've just gotta think. And i'm not saying you're not nothing all i'm saying is you gotta think on how you think this whole thing is going to shake out if you man if you put on your black and gold goggles and you look at the schedule and you say this is a seventeen team. No you know. It's just not is just not going to happen so we're going to see what's going to happen. I think the steelers in the playoffs could be dangerous this year. And i really think that they're going to put this whole thing together. I like how clearances steelers have a chip on their shoulder. I like how dole with it says no way bad. You know. I mean man but this is kind of an exercise when you want to see who is going to be the best team excuse me the best division in football. I still from the beginning. I thought it was the afc north. That's why we put these teams together. We can make some around again. And i think that we're going to still have the afc north. Come up we can put the seahawks against the steelers and the browns against the rams and the ravens against the forty niners. We could do that and we're still going to come up and it's gonna come up. Afc north. i think it is the best team in the division. So apparently i have one down and i don't care i'm cool with that i. It's probably from mrs bad. Misses bad. probably came in and put one thumb down on me. So that's i three people in my immediate family here. They're probably the three thumbs down that i get. I mean that this means an astrid the thumbs up bad because we're done other everyday so well we're running out of time we were going to have. We were going to have matt go in his bathroom and flush so we can see go the opposite way but we. We don't have time for that. So hey look. It is ok guys to be a homer. We have no problem. If you listen to michael beck this morning. It's okay to be positive about the steelers. And i'm very positive about the steelers but for me. I think this is gonna be a great season and let's put on. I want to rank the steelers. Lo i love when the pundits put the steelers far down and say you know. They're going to not make the playoffs because to me. That means that it's going to be a really good season. And it's going to be a great season and i'm glad we're gonna have it. You know if we go ahead and rank tuesday night shows. I'm still rank in the sco boroughs. I miss those guys. they're fantastic. I hope we did you guys proud. Thanks for giving us your spots tonight. We appreciate it for one time. Only it's the day bro. Show marquis davison brian. Anthony davis mark anthony davidson. You're not yet madden bad. Giving given a middle name so there you go mad about you know. I was almost sean so i could have been sad and there's another upcoming beat. Ese legend and get ready for his own solo show when the new fall. Season comes in Jeffrey benedict's is in the live. Chat tonight our boy. Jeffrey today catch him tomorrow. Night with michael back on the curtain call and check out all of our shows you know and so proud to be the podcast producer here with all of these great find talent. We have awesome talent I love it. That andrew albar calls us. Aussie sco and retro sco. And you know if any i guess if michael beck was on the show it would be maple sco so i love it. So yes osce for aussie sco. I am retro sco in thank you so much and we ask you to do three things and it's very simple number one. Be safe out there. Marquis de you're in quarantine be safe my man the number to be true to yourself. You can't be anybody else it's okay. You're a steeler fan. You've got that going. Be proud of who you are and be true. Don't go away from that. Never go away from that. A member three always be behind the steel curtain for marquis de for mad. I'm bad we love you. sco bros. Thanks for letting a sit in. Your chair can't wait to have you back next week. Take care of those guys without being said just when you think you've got all the answers marquis de you keep changing the questions. He's not tony jeffey over these close watch. What show we own. It's i can't say it's two. Am somewhere we'll see love. You live chat see you next time bad.
Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"marquis de" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"In the way you challenge yourself. And i think that was very insightful. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for being a having interesting questions in. Not wanting to ask me what rob zombie was like. Yes i create. Lee appreciate that. Hey listen every every other people ask that question. That's great. But i want to again dig deep and understand. What's your read that somewhere. I ask him yourself. You could ask me anything much more interesting than to talk to you than what it was like to work with. So and so. Or what was. I scared as a kid or whatever stuff that you can just read somewhere else. It's so yes so that's what it again. I think that that was your speaking of was your authentic self today talking about that so yeah for sure. You need to do books on tape. You have such like soothing. Like meditation vied voice going on so appreciate tenure for podcast but do more stuff will think i i. I will have to look into that. And by the way in i would say good luck with your podcast. But it's not about luck. You obviously are dedicated to it. And we'll see what happens with it. It'll be either. It'll be greater. I mean the matter to me doing it. Sounds like you're just pursuing your passion which okay thank. Yeah yeah my pleasure. So i want to thank of course listeners and viewers out there for tuning in and on behalf of daniel harris. This is mark. D t for brain borough having to mason rest of your day by mark. You just dug deep with marquis de will more follow mark on instagram at valenti. Hora and subscribe to the brain thorough podcast..
YEK YEK JE
"marquis de" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
"Know. I it starts that i do a complaint. Ron young episode of the bite The topic is about naby moment. So yes so right. Now i'm gonna play for you. A snippet off podcasts. Radio would want to to learn d'ici marquis de he knew what to do though young at dini not only wrong or music. Cup auburn component. It'll even defend because him do our boola Which i so. Fear is to be able to was of course the opening lumber atlanta starting on the checkup to any wrong incident cassini. Get any do but little mom. I'll be alright to sleep with Just put on a forty gooding so it's gonna be like who be possessed podcast knee. Then you guys have to wear. I will announce it's a bunch of people's carola. We'll be focusing hung gel brazelle woman. Yeah so it's it's gonna be great. Things are going to be interesting and go for that. Yeah then caught on disorders land for the worst starts. You can just just sent to egypt. Instagram them just going to pass it to because the young young young him going to the group itself. I want wanna see much lower. I'm going to have a proper introduction for them very soon. intimacy exclusive. Look okay to the. Get an okay. Okay okay okay. i didn't. He's undercut to columbus english. And you've got custody bully undercut and they could decide to hurry on. You can say okay so bra hosting a memo So why is going to happen. In tonight's episode is according then a preparer dens going to be performing a few scenario scenarios. Is it that a bigger move. Scenario that a kupuna can prepare. Condemn limbless then Right so taylor undercut cooler blah blah blah blah blah blah apple. Caulking back. so. Then i can talk to so they got end up picking a young man down so i just put in new york city very personal and at take mental email remain cocoa guan lu grab a luma gorman guitar so so we we do for the. Do you wanna start. Yes lucas tonight. That i'm in newark looking at it. That i couldn't idea smith dot com go. Yeah yeah does. Serious i series. That's that is gonna kobelco series clock and that guy. Okay good at the again. Go to kiss. excuse me. let's see let's see. Let's imagine imagine chimera mira gonna hit up. Okay also get about argument. Talk key beata. So i'll be cutting four and then i want to play going to ask to my the data do the phone cow and gold. That must've must've elite. Be the busy the key acquitting era. They are say the book will spree too much money. Losing it at the muscle game. So it's gonna goo ga gave for flash depend depends ago. What are you talking about. My roommates and lebron didn't remember to. We're going to pay. You never thanking w political muslim bannon. Mine it's gotta aquitaine debating or not flash flash the flash. I clearly Isolated duffy skin. Problem here what. If rocco flash hendra hembo knuckles to flush with an area. Lucullus your flushed up if ito cells and easy to cut the aplin. And then this happens. We're gonna go flash go through your phone of what we did west point. He's got a question. Is my money to besmillah ability marine by kuta can flush momolu work Full fleshing at half lesson. okay. Okay half letter jack with worked flash at gaumont there. Can you go with the community. Okay gopi bands biden tangle ca ca key problem.
We Saw the Devil
"marquis de" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"Control this is actually the first time documented in world history that abortion was discussed in a public manner and likely the reason also why western society became more familiar with such a concept. A for his work influenced nici flaubert and voltaire again three of the biggest philosophers and writers infringe his. He actually influenced them and then from this perspective. It's actually very very very very very interesting. A lot of the early feminists say that he was disgusting that you know he was a rapist pedophile and all of these things that his work had no redeeming value whatsoever and then there actually have been a lot of feminist academics. Who have come out and said that you have to look at it from a different lens. That a lot of the women in his writings aren't the damsels in distress. Who are taken against their will but women who come into their own sexuality and willingly take part in the debauchery and axa filth so just he has been just so completely controversial for so long. It's actually really interesting. his descendants. Because don't forget he had three children is descendants. Were so ashamed of him that they hid from public view. They didn't do interviews they Still actually owned in the family some of the properties and they closed.
We Saw the Devil
"marquis de" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"One of these young female servants confronted the market. Assad once he walked up to him with a pixel drawn pointed it directly at his face at point blank range and pulled the trigger but it jammed so again the parisian police relate. I guess we really do have to do something about this. Like had a piece of garbage is raping and kidnapping everyone so they devised a plan. They sent word to decides country residents that his mother was deathly ill and had requested his presence. The actual truth of the matter however was that she had died months prior. But you know when word travels a little bit more slowly back in the late. Seventeen hundreds when it's basically pigeon and horseback so he had no idea was he was pretty much the black sheep of most of the family so is likely that no one else would have alerted him to that so to saad set out for paris and was almost immediately apprehended basically upon entering city limits. So he once again was sent to jail. That prison was eventually shut down. And so he was moved to the infamous st in seventeen eighty four and that was just five years before the french revolution. But here at the bus. Tia is where he began to write. That's what he's primarily known for and he actually started to write. When he was imprisoned in the st a guard would sneak him tiny rolls of paper where he began to write. They don't vent journey to set them. Or what english speakers speakers will such as myself. No as the one hundred twenty days of sodom. The book was turned into a film which is considered to be one of the most vile and difficult to watch films ever made. I love it. I have it. It is actually part of the criterion collection and is considered to be one of the most influential films ever made. The film is loosely based on the book but the book chronicles noblemen who decide to experience. Absolute sexual pleasure and the most filthy and degenerate as possible. Six hundred of them to be exact. The most shocking part of one hundred twenty days of sodom is where basically they kidnap a bunch of teenagers the local village for whatever reasons and they actually make them eat big bowls of their poop of their feces. It is absolutely disgusting. But that foam came out in the seventies so in any case on july fourth of seventeen eighty-nine market assad was moved to a mental hospital in paris where he would frequently yell out of his window..
We Saw the Devil
"marquis de" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"And description so she immediately went to the police and that was the final break they needed market assad was immediately arrested and interred in the chateau dissimilar then a prison and side note. This all happened less than a year. After he married his wife so he spent less than a year in prison was released and then immediately upon his release was like yellow and immediately went back to doing the exact same thing frequenting brothel kidnapping women so eventually the police were like we can handle this anymore. And he was eventually exiled back to his residence. Outside of paris in seventeen seventy to his wife and his primary staff remains behind at their parisian residents the residents and paris so now saad was alone in a big house resonance completely by himself. What does he do. He wasted no time looking for new staff even though he was confined to house arrest in for the most part he did abide by that. He skirted this by basically continuously hiring servants that he repeatedly tortured and raped police. Upon hearing this. Because what would happen is he would hire someone. You would drag them into his sexcapades mass orgies. People and aristocrats from paris would actually even visit him and he was notorious for mass orgies and actually forcing his own staff to participate in it. So staff would constantly be leaving and going to police and being like. Hey this crazy bastard over here mamie do x y p and q so. The police finally once again began to survey has residents now in the ultimate display of a mom protecting her shit bags on. And we've seen a million of these right. We all know the person or the mom who has the ship bags on who has like arrest warrants a mile long literally beat a kitten if it meant getting him look whatever. He wanted drugs car stealing. We've all met the mother who's like i love him and we'll just you anything for him. So that was marquee toussaud's mother she didn't care how many women he raped tortured. Whatever drug she was like. I love my son. What does she do she actually goes and secures auroral order protecting him from the jurisdiction of the courts..
We Saw the Devil
"marquis de" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"In seventeen forty into nobility he became known as a passionate and rambunctious child and around ten years old. He was sent to a jesuit college. The least say lou grant in paris where he spent four years and there. He was subjected to corporal punishment. In the form of flagellation he was made to bend over a desk or or a chair and then they would flog him around his bare but and his legs. It said that during this time he also witnessed his aunt having sex and he was immediately beaten for being voyeur either way. His pathological intersection between pleasure and pain began around this age at age fourteen. He went to an elite military academy and by sixteen. He was shipped off to fight in the seven year. War he was highly decorated and known for his recklessness as well as his bravery and he ended up returning to paris in seventeen sixty three just as the war ended at that time he was considered a bachelor and basically more or less a hero to some degree. He courted a rich magistrates daughter. But the dad was like nah here. Take the ugly one and he offered her older sister so they married and eventually had two sons and a daughter can imagine that the man whom the term sadism is coined after was into some really grody. Stuff and that would be true. He was known very openly as a libertine and a libertine is someone who basically has no moral or sexual restraint. Do as you wish. A lot of people at that time used religion as their moral compass. So most teens are staunch atheists and they do not believe that man should live by any sort of moral or sexual restraints marquette. Assad became notorious for his sexual appetite and exploits especially while he was married he would travel through paris and the surrounding towns searching for going to each brothel in the area and because of his desire to flog in beat and otherwise degrade the prostitutes at these brothels. He established a name for himself in the underbelly paris. And it wasn't a good one. He would kidnapped women from brothels and bring them back to his residence where he would then time up sometimes drug them and then rape them. He became so well known for salt. That parisian police would preemptively warn brothel owners about allowing women to leave with him like the popo would like to stroll up on horseback and be lake. The marquee is on the move. You need to tell your your girls not to go with him now. A lot of members of the public many members of the public went to the police to report. Basically the like eft up shows that he was into either through one night stands kidnapping people. His visits to a brothel. Everyone pretty much knew about it and he made no attempts to hide is for clarity's so the sod was finally put under surveillance by police who walked his movement and his activities finally on easter sunday. Seventeen sixty eight there was. The rose. Keller incident arose. Rose was a thirty six year old german emigrant and widow. Her husband was baker and he had actually recently passed away causing her to lose everything become destitute and she was living on the streets begging in order to basically survive so decide now twenty. Eight years old approached her an asterisk. You'd be interested in becoming his made his hired help and so the two actually had a fairly lengthy exchange and he was like my bedroom and she was like. I'm not that kind of woman you know like what exactly do you do. You need my services for and he basically said no no no no. it's completely legitimate..
The Breakfast Club
The Fat Boys’ Prince Markie Dee Dead at 52
"Well the big arrest in peace prince marquis de he is one third of the group the fat boys. He passed away suddenly yesterday. They did not mention a cause of death on the rock the bells channel on sirius where he used to host a radio show now he also was part of the recoup like i said The fat boys and remember they had that movie disorderly. They will also in crush. Groove admits marquis de moved on to a solo career after the fat boys he did sign with columbia records. He releases debut album free in nineteen ninety two and he also worked as a radio host. and yes. oh rest in
The Past and the Curious
Famous People Who Were Almost On The Titanic
"Containing four point, eight million Legos instead of sinking to the bottom. They have regularly washed up short. Question number two. Do you know which famous candy maker was supposed to sail on the Titanic, but did not. Though he paid three hundred dollars for his ticket. Milton Hershey had to leave Europe to tend to business matter a few days earlier than he had planned. So we left aboard another ship, just a few days ahead of the Titanic. We're not sure what kind of chocolate emergency prompted him to miss the boat, but he wasn't alone, rich man,
The Past and the Curious
Famous People Who Didn't Make It On To The Titanic
"Million Legos instead of sinking to the bottom. They have regularly washed up short. Question number two. Do you know which famous candy maker was supposed to sail on the Titanic, but did not. Though he paid three hundred dollars for his ticket. Milton Hershey had to leave Europe to tend to business matter a few days earlier than he had planned. So we left aboard another ship, just a few days ahead of the Titanic. We're not sure what kind of chocolate emergency prompted him
The Past and the Curious
A Beach Where Toys Come Out of the Ocean
"At the southern tip of United Kingdom, sits a beachfront area called Cornwall residents. There are no longer surprised winning particular toy washes up on the beaches, what toy washes up on the beaches. There. In nineteen Ninety-seven cargo ship called the Tokyo express was hit by a huge wave which set much of its cargo into the ocean onboard was a container bound for New York containing four point, eight million Legos instead of sinking to the bottom. They have regularly washed up short.