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Kapanen scores twice; Pens welcome back fans with 5-2 win

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Kapanen scores twice; Pens welcome back fans with 5-2 win

"The penguins won for the seventh time in ten games this Caspary Kapanen scored twice in a five to verdict over the flyers I'm just going to be in the play that more and more I feel like job I'm feeling a little too early and I think that's kind of me just being cautious and not want to be in the in the wrong place and extraction start Bryan rust provided the eventual game winner and Cody CC a Mike Matheson added goals for Pittsburgh the pens were without team captain Sidney Crosby who is placed in covert nineteen protocol on Tuesday Joel Farabee scored twice for the flyers who had a three game winning streak snapped Sean couturier had an assist to extend his point streak to a career high seven games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Myanmar's leader detained as military seizes control in apparent coup

All Things Considered

03:06 min | 4 months ago

Myanmar's leader detained as military seizes control in apparent coup

"Chang, the country of Myanmar is under military control again after a coup deposed the government of former democracy icon on San Souci. The military claims. Massive election fraud that sauce Ooh Cheese party went overwhelmingly in November's general election. Michael Sullivan reports. The military says it's state of emergency will only last a year. Mo Tosia of the Institute for Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore. Isn't buying. She has a long memory and recalls a similar promise made by the military. After a student led uprising. Decades ago, I go back to 1988 promise was to convene elections and hand over power to the party that won the elections, and we all know what happened to 1990. What happened then, she says, was that on some soup cheese party won convincingly. Victory. The military then refused to recognize. But today she insists things are different than they were 30 years ago. The global political and economic climate It will just be very unfavorable for military hunter seeking to justify his actions. I think That's assuming the military cares. I think that probably calculated that they've got friends in the world that will be disappointed in them, but will ultimately put their own self interests to the fore. And let them get away with it. David Matheson is a Youngun based analyst reached in Thailand. The endgame, I think is quite disturbing. I think it's them holding onto power. And definitely Mary Kelehan, a Myanmar scholar at the University of Washington, who is in the former capital, Yangon, isn't so sure. I don't even know if they have a plan. But, she says, even without a plan This crisis was inevitable, given the cohabitation that the 2008 Constitution imposed upon political and personal photos or enemies, So I'm not so shocked. To be honest. That arrangement she says, was created in part by the military drafted Constitution. That allowed it to retain control over several key ministries while guaranteeing the military a quarter of the seats in parliament effective veto power. Despite this on song suit, she went to the International Court of Justice in 2019 to refute allegations of genocide by Myanmar's military against the Muslim minority Rohingya. I think foreigners read too much into that, and that's what's being that's what we're hearing over and over. Which is that you know, she went to bat for the military, but she went about for her country. I mean, she saw this I C J case as an attack on her country and inevitable or not, Callahan says. This crisis couldn't have come at a worst time mammals facing its greatest health threat since the Spanish flu of 1918 There's new outbreaks of fighting in places where there had not been violent in a decade, and now it has a national political crisis when she says that will not turn out well for the people

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"matheson" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

02:07 min | 8 months ago

"matheson" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"The. Laura Buddy. Welcome to another episode on point of inquiry. My name is Jim underdown on your host for today. Those of you who know me know I'm kind of a tough laugh I. I'm not a fan of mediocre comedy, but today's guest made me laugh both through his movies and his books Chris Matheson is with us today his the author of two books on religion one is called the story of God. The other is called the Buddha's story. And he's Co writer on the bill and Ted Movies there are three now bill and Ted face. The music was just released a week or two ago. Chris pulls off a difficult feat in his books. He entertains the both of them are very funny. But you also learn a lot of stuff about the Bible and the life of Buddha. For instance, part of the story in revelation God is wreaking havoc on the earth. He sends a star into the Earth which doesn't make a whole lot of sense but never mind that. And out of the star comes all these locusts but ladies and gentlemen, they're not just regular locusts. Here's what it says in revelation nine seven. And the shapes of the locusts were like unto horses prepared onto battle and on their heads were as it were crowns like gold and their faces were as the faces of men. That's a direct quote from the King James Bible by the way. To be able to teach and make someone laugh is a difficult proposition and he does it deathly but he's an interesting guy in some great takes on what most have been going through the mind of God as he progresses through the old and new testaments. All completely true. Of course. So, welcome again to point of inquiry and.

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"matheson" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

08:14 min | 10 months ago

"matheson" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"And. So that is a definite competing demand. And how you Rank those in way those and. What's the answer? I don't know. We're seeing school districts across the country all coming up with different answers. And Okay Yeah I I would say. Turkey county schools in in Georgia. That definitely looks like they did that one. Wrong. Full student class sizes and no masks and. That definitely looks like they're doing it wrong. But what's right what's the right way to do it? It's usually obvious when it's done. Wrong. But there is no right way to handle it. It's what's the least bad. And the the same things kind of true with lockdowns and. The public health restrictions that are. A complete patchwork across the country with. Huge amounts of variability depending on what state or county. Or, city you're in. The which ones right in which was wrong. There's there's risks and harms of every approach. And we know which ones are. But we know they're all bad and it's easier to see which ones are more bad. When you see the dead bodies. and. This is just a very difficult time and Rini to be. Patient with the local. Leaders. Or not getting. Sufficient guidance from state and national leadership. There should be a solid. Plan. From the top down on how to handle this in a way the best balances, all of the competing interests. We don't have that because trump only cares about his own personal interests. So if we can try to be patient with the local people. Until we can get rid of trump. And get. A sane new president, who will actually listen to experts? We're stuck with this. and. If you look at some of the The new forecast us. It's not that it's going to be done this year. And it's probably not going to be done next year. This is something that will. You know if you look at. Corona, viruses. Humans don't do a great job of developing unity to them compared to most other viruses. Which is one reason why? You can get reinfected with the same like there's three Krono viruses that are just part of the common cold. and. You can get reinfected by those basically every year. Because the the immunity doesn't last that long. And if that ends up working out with this one then. The chances of having. WAVE AFTER WAVE AFTER WAVE And tell vaccines are out and to enough people. To at least be able to hold off the next wave and hopefully shrink the next wave. That's going to take several years. And if you look at the The vaccine. Projections there are hopes that there will be good viable effective vaccines. By. The End. Of this year. And at best about two billion doses by the end of next year. There are split seven and a half billion people in the world now. And the effect, the ones that are looking more promising require two doses and will probably need to be annual vaccinations. Two billion a year. Hope that's enough doses for two billion patients. And not just two billion doses which would only cover one billion patience. Because that's that's not going to stop. The spread that much that will eat huge pockets around the world. And there will be a new normal. Asking suck. We are going to need to figure out. How to stay sane through this? Because we failed at stopping the virus. And again, it'd be great if we had some. Competent National Leadership. They could help with that. Well that wraps up the rant let's go and get on to the interview. We are now joined by Chris Matheson. This is his third time on the PODCAST. Is Episode One fifteen second time was episode two, Fifty One, and now on episode three, Sixty, seven so like. Little, over every two and a half years, you should be putting out a new book. Yeah I. Think. So every out here is I'm GONNA pop up denouncing one religion or another. I've just. Warn them all out. So the first one was Came out in two thousand, fifteen story of God. Yeah Second One was twenty, eighteen, the trouble with God. And now we've got and so so we had Christianity and then Islam and now. We Islam mormonism and scientology. Yeah and now we've got Buddhism. Right. That's my mission. You know just shine a bright light on all of them. Kinda, just reveal how Ultimately Fraudulent laughable there. Right and at this point you've worked through. Christianity Islam mormonism scientology. Yup, that's. Whatever. I'm coming for you into his Yeah. I don't know probably not Hinduism. I've looked at a little bit and I I can't really seem to. Find anything that seems out as ridiculous about it off. You know superficially but I think with that one, you'd have to get a lot more specific into one of the sects of Hinduism. Yeah or the cultivate specific God. Yeah I think you're probably right I seem I. It seems to me that the polytheism is not inherently as kind of. Obnoxious as monotheism 'cause monotheistic thing of just like this is that you know does it was the one truth everybody else's wrong. 'cause polytheism there is room to just meet other people and.

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"matheson" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

06:52 min | 10 months ago

"matheson" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"With Chris Matheson. podcast your about to listen to includes cursing and talking about who has please be advised. Welcome to that pursuit of atheists nomads I. AM Justin. And a little bit will be joined by Chris Matheson be backers third time. But before we get to that. On a personal note I got the. pop-up campers roof free built finish. That new lighting in there as wells. Nice. Would ceiling and. finished. Up. Doing pretty good about that and. Taking out for its first camping trip lauren made an awning for it. Re. Using some hardware from next door neighbors. Awning the. Though apart. So that's kind of cool to and. I finally got the propane system on board working again. got a regulator for it that connected. And work those like okay. What's wrong here? Figuring. It was a clog. I. Tried blowing some compressed air through it and nothing. So I started dismantling everything and found a to get like six inches of dirt. Packed in there, got it out and now it works to me as I can actually make coffee in the camper while warm. which will be nice. and. That's going to be really cool. Getting to go do that and it new enjoy some. Outdoor Adventures early, the weekend while Lauren gets to do some rock counting for smokey courts. And Yeah. Looking really looking forward to it. And trying to get back out there all year is. Summer but. This project just kept dragging on and on and on his finally done. One of the things that's does mean for the PODCAST is my next project project you get back to it's been on hold for a little bit because of a part that. Got Lost during shipping putting it all on hold is the getting the livestream setup going better and doing that more often. So, we got the stuff we need for the new, camera? That be taking lots of awesome pictures with, but we'll also get us for life streams on the podcast as from the stimulus money. So that's that's pretty slick. Really looking forward to trying that out here in a couple of weeks. So Watch out for details. And one other thing I do want to talk about from a some this sipping from a conversation with a friend. Who is a listener supported the show School. Yes, we are in the middle of a global pandemic, but when you look at the complexity of these issue. This is super super complicated. And it's really a great example of why we need good competent leadership. They will actually listen to differing opinions. And work it out to try to figure out what's best. Weighing the different pressures because you feel that the stuff was schools. On the Yes schools need to open side, there's the. Parents. Need to be able to work. Most families especially with kids in school. Don't have stay home parent. and. So Paris, to work I've seen some stuff on how this could is already starting to. Lead to fewer women in the workforce then like since the nineteen eighty eight. As more and more MOMS are having to quit their jobs. So they can take care of the kids because it's a brutal pain in the ass to try to work at home all taking care of a kid and yeah, Lawrence here taking care of Kylie but. I'm also working from home and yeah, it's definitely harder to work from home and there's a kid running around and I could only imagine how difficult that would be if. You're the only parent there and you're trying to work from home all day every day. Or both parents are working from home all day every day, and you have to keep your kid on task doing schoolwork. I would be a brutal pain in the ASS. Then when you look at additional stuff a lot of the. You know the nutrition program like Lauren just something today on. Boise School district forty one percent of the kids get free or reduced price lunches. Some of them even get free hot breakfast at schools. You a lot of those kids. That's where most of their nutrition comes from. And I know the schools here have been doing giveaways to kids? You can show up and get food from the school. But. It's that's also a difficult thing and then there's issues with kids who get. Know, there's higher risk of abuse when you add in the extra stresses of having to handle everything from home and. Also just kids who are in abusive homes needing a place they can escape. So, there's all those pressures on. Getting the school's back open and also just kids getting. From everything I've heard from kids doing online schooling for the end of last year that was basically useless. and. So the chance of losing all academic development and progress. And Losing. Social Development. Those are some huge huge risks. But then on the other hand. If you look at like Cherokee County Georgia. They've got eight hundred kids in their school district who are now in quarantine because of not requiring masks and also a whole bunch of kids tha testing positive for over nineteen. There've been stories about teachers in Summer School in Arizona where. Three teachers were stuck having to teach summer school in the same room. All three of them got ovid and one died. and. When you consider the the that risk? Yeah there. There are teachers that are are going to die of covid this year because of having to teach in school. That is guaranteed. and. So that is a definite competing demand. And how you Rank those.

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"matheson" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

03:14 min | 10 months ago

"matheson" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"I think that we have to negotiate with I, think our five dollars enough. Yeah. Right now, it's our five dollars up. That will definitely get it so. So? Yeah. This will be a five part series. The whole thing it self I think will cost five dollars This is through this was An opportunity that was given to us by LYCEUM and Himalayas those APPs the PODCASTING APPS and we're excited and it's fun and it's fun to read. It's fun to talk about and I hope it'll be fun to listen to so also t shirts. T shirts. That's the last thing, right? I'm wearing one right now I love this t shirt I wear I have another one of the other color to my whole family has t shirts it's They're great and we've heard from a bunch of listeners that that love their t shirts to it's so soft and and it looks good. Yet. So you'll you can find a link to that on our on our bed wizards homepage under support. You'll find a link to the cotton bureau page. All Right, and now we've been dragging this on for a while, but we're very excited to get to our our guest, and that is Chris Matheson Chris Matheson probably best known for being one of along with Ed Solomon, one of the writers of the bill and Ted Franchise Bill and Ted's excellent adventure was the first one and then they have another. New movie coming out after I guess almost thirty years right. Bill and Ted's face the music which comes out on August twenty eighth it'll be released in select theaters I guess where Cova da is not raging, but also on demand video on demand and it sounds we talk about it a little bit at the end what the of our interview with him it's it sounds really interesting and I'm excited to see Chris Matheson is also the author of the story of. God a book that we talk about with him at some length, the the trouble with God and soon to be released the Buddha's story, these are satires or I don't know maybe he wouldn't like them described as satires but they are different takes on famous religious texts and they're very funny and they're very interesting and we had what I think was a really nice conversation with him. So let's get to it. All? Right we're really happy to be joined by Chris. Matheson, this is a real honor to have you on the podcast. Welcome thanks for having me to be here you. Your Dad was also a writer. Yeah, and he brought some pretty famous things including a bunch of twilight zones and the story button yeah. I am legend and the shrinking man and dual, which is Steven Spielberg's I the truck chasing the guy through the desert. Did you grow up in Hollywood? I?.

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"matheson" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"matheson" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Very, bad wizards is a podcast with philosopher, my dad and psychologist David Pizarro having an informal discussion about issues and science and ethics. Please note the discussion contains bad words that I'm allowed to say and knowing my dad, some very inappropriate jokes. corrupted. Bushman. Plan. With brains and you. Spend. Anybody can have a brain. Very good man just to say bad wizard welcome to very bad wizards. I'm Tamila Summers from the University of Houston Dave. We have a most excellent guest coming up in the second segment. How would you describe him? Most bodacious. Can you say most bodacious? I don't think you know know just days I I shouldn't have but my real answer is that he's a super nice guy. Should we should say who were talking. We're talking about Matheson, who is probably most well known for being one of the writers along with Ed Solomon of the bill and Ted Movies Bill and Ted's excellent adventure bill and Ted's bogus journey and a new movie coming out later and Twenty Twenty Bill and Ted face the music. So we had a good conversation with him..

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Off-Duty Washington DC Officer Shoots, Kills Man in Reston

Live and Local

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Off-Duty Washington DC Officer Shoots, Kills Man in Reston

"A man was shot and killed last night during an armed confrontation at an apartment complex and rest in Virginia and incident that involved in off duty. DC police officer hearing a disturbance outside attendant of the complex. The officer opened his door and encountered the man who police identified as 29 year old Reston resident Daniel Matheson. According to police. Matheson then raised the gun toward the tenant. The tenant who was also armed, fired one round striking Matheson in the upper body D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom confirms the apartment dweller who shot Matheson is a DC police

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"matheson" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT

Going Deep with Chad and JT

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"matheson" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT

"And. Yes I'm here with my compadres on Thomas. What up? What up Stoker's boom clap? We're here with celebrity chefs Internet personality matty. Matheson what up. Stoker's. S A. What do you WanNa talk about? What do I want? You know how how the collapse. Human civilization. I'm down ten out. What you! What? Were you guys WanNa, talk you. WanNa, talk about Holy Fuck. Our talk about what what's going on with that wave in the back other that wage is my Kia waived. I got. When I first moved to L. A. Just to. Keep it for the rest of my life. Where'd you move from? You're from La. Now from Orange County. As. Get my own apartment. I was like I need a peaceful. Orange County with me because the waves in la are less than stellar. Now, there's no good ways now. There's not one not know anything about dry sense. ARE YOU IN LA OR TORONTO? There's not a paddleboard big enough for the fucking big dog on. The. I I live in a small town. I live in a town called ridgway I live like I'd say the same distance from like. La Orange County from Toronto, so it's like ninety miles yet. I live. On one hundred and sixty kilometers from Toronto little farm town. Is Yeah me, and my wife grew up here and. Then, when we started having kids in NYC reassess equality of life, we've moved down to little little hometown. Yeah, do have those same conversations in my dome where I'm like. Maybe I've been in La for like eight years. It might be time to. To get a little bit out of the out of the city Muck I. Well? What does the city gave you you now? Bet like that's the thing about it. It's like the city doesn't give a fuck about you, so it's like a matter about you know I I lived in Toronto for eighteen years in, and I did my whole thing there, and then, when I got to a certain point where I could mega decision about actually like choosing quality of life over being like in the city. Whatever that Mace. Like whatever that is you know in me and my wife? Debt Kinda little cute farm. And, you know like what are? What are you do in the city that you can't do out in the middle of fucking nowhere you know yes, I'd get sucession. Maybe go to fuck an air. WanNa gets a fucking oxidized fucking apple juice. Like what what what what are you trying to do did it's like you're literally spying on me? That's basically my life. Is, like these are my airline supplements here? Oh what are you, suffolk? Seems low in vitamin. D found out about turmeric to Merick lately. Iraq. Tomahawk and so I've been down down some of that and then I, do I get the blue? Have a blue drink at everyone. It's like Blue Pearl Almond milk, and it's got like electric. Or something like that and it makes you feel better. It makes you way more productive, ever straight goodbye stranger tire life. You're all my relationships. It's helped my spiritual relationships. Yeah, it's it's definitely made a difference. Yeah, sure. 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China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law to Crush Threats

WSJ What's News

05:44 min | 1 year ago

China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law to Crush Threats

"Hong Kong is a global banking center home to several multinational companies. It seen by the business community as a gateway to China was so much at stake. We're taking a closer look at the impact of China's new security on the region Wall Street. Journal markets. Columnist Mike. Byrd is based in Hong Kong. He joins US NOW MIKE WELCOME! Thanks very much for having me. Mike you're on the ground in Hong. Kong you are very much in touch with the business community. Put this in perspective for us. Just how big of a deal is this? The first thing to say is that we don't have a lot of detail on what is going in this low. We know that it will have rules on secessionist Atta. Choose to subversion of the Chinese state and to some vague implications. Abou- coming under foreign influence, but we don't know the straight detail of it. The actual text of the law has yet to be published, so it's difficult for businesses to make a firm idea of of what this is going to mean for them for the moment. Moment is a lot of confusion, and it's also extremely sensitive topic, because not knowing what's in that bill means that you don't know what will be illegal to save from tomorrow. What you may encounter legal difficulties from saying a lot of international businesses staying relatively quiet about that even now organizations like the American Chamber of Commerce relatively quiet organizations that have to be fat up until now been fairly critical of the idea of the national security, though a now being very cautious about what they say. Mike as you know as we've reported a top executive from banking, giant HSBC signed a petition supporting the legislation, saying it supports any law to stabilize social order in Hong, Kong and economic prosperity and development to have that backing from HSBC. How significant is that? I think hate be. Situation has turned out to be as a bit of a microcosm for war. The problem is for businesses more broadly in Hong Kong, which is a SPEC- signed up to the idea. The national security though they had an executive sign up to that was referred to in Chinese media in state media as sort of too little too late that that support was slow that it wasn't absolute that it wasn't clear from the beginning now. Hong Kong HSBC was obviously criticize full completely the opposite for signing the bill astle is very difficult to find this sort of middle ground position that businesses like hate pc, especially those with sort of one foot in the West and one foot in China. They've done really well in the past couple of decades in Montaigne and jewel role. It's now increasingly difficult to. To do the HAGIA species come under fire from both sides for doing it. It's likely to continue doing so, and that's going to be the case for other large Hong Kong. Business as you go companies like Johnny Matheson, which are really West and run by of had a big influence in Asia for longtime. They're gonNA find it increasingly difficult to straddle both sides. I WANNA. Point out at the time HSBC said it supported laws that will enable Hongkong to rebuild its economy and maintain the principle of one country, two systems, any indication from any companies, especially those that are based in the West that they will curb their presence or scale back their presence or future business deals in Hong Kong. You've seen some smaller organizations to that. In the couple of research firms here, but people mostly stray away from saying for a couple of reasons, one thing is if you have to do business in mainland China saying that you leaving Hong. Kong because of a load of the government of mainland China wants to pass is a bad look. It's not GonNa win you any friends in the mainland. The second reason is purely cost related. It's expensive to move people and if If it becomes the case that it won't disrupt Your Business Operations you've moved people. You probably lost employees in the process. You probably lost deals in the process for no reason. as a reporter is sold. Is Covering London during twenty sixteen businesses talked a lot about leaving because of brexit talks about the risks. Relatively few of them did precisely because it's so expensive to do so disruptive if there are any circumstances in which you can stay, you probably will. And Mike as a journalist who lives in Hong Kong who is very familiar with the business community. What are the lingering questions you have? What are the unknowns that need to be answered to get scope about the significance and impact of this decision. I think the honest answer is that we won't know enough about the little to know how Lafayette businesses until it begins being enforced you have lose like this in mainland China and it's the selectiveness of their enforcement. That really matters whether it's used as the Hong Kong. Government is broadly suggesting the Hong Kong. Government. He's very keen to stress that this won't affect most people that it shouldn't affect national businesses. Many businesses may not in a cynical way mind this of law, if it really just applies to political dissidents, if it's just used to crackdown police political dissidents, and that will be the same as many businesses finding mainland China, many businesses find. Find even in places like Singapore they can live without sort of thing, but the strict text of the bill may prove to provide situations for the Hong Kong government to pursue international businesses if they wanted to. So I think we'll have to see where we are in a few months time once the lawyers and who's being caught up in it. Who's being warned about legally? WHO's actually going to call? He's being prosecuted for until that happens is going to be really difficult to say the soda scope of the Law until it actually begins to fullest. Mike Byrd joining us from Hong Kong great to have you on the podcast. Thanks very much.

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Hong Kong protestors call for massive demonstration over new flag legislation

Balance of Power

05:04 min | 1 year ago

Hong Kong protestors call for massive demonstration over new flag legislation

"Well in Hong Kong protesters a call the call the calling for a massive demonstration tomorrow as a legend of councils about to meet a new piece of legislation protecting the flag for more on this week's turnout arose in maths and she is Bloomberg international government executive editor Russell thank you so much for being here so as I say they're sort of to Pisa was was is we tend to think about the security legislation coming to Beijing but there's also one pending in Hong Kong as I understand it well that's right at that moment I took that to the flag obviously in Hong Kong but as far as really about the one central issue which is how much and in what way China encroaches on what Hong Kong sees as essential freedoms all people and companies home call rather see as essential freedoms that they sold was guaranteed with the handover of Hong Kong to China signed years ago and if they feel has being encouraged to call and and and that that's the question how Chinese guy kicking tile S. defense particularly that's happening in Hong Kong so you're saying that protests planned for tomorrow you could see those getting quite rowdy quite lazy possibly quite violent the question is just how much broad support is that still behind that great because you will see the hard core activists out to our age but otherwise is arrested home culturally still behind them today's hurricanes could be quite destructive but they may not be that sizable now because there are still restrictions on protests inside the protests in Hong Kong more than eight people eight Chrysler protests that at the moment but what we really need to try and understand is just how deep is the well still disappointment with China in Hong Kong locals lately so protests originally last year our number of almost half a million people I'll be at the point where we would start to see those number of people coming out again or are they simply worn down by a year a price tag bye said corona virus impact in Hong Kong by an economy that clearly in trouble and just one down to the point that they decided this is what it is exactly Rosalynn and that's why I had to borrow a term for the markets as Beijing basically price this in I mean they must have known there would be protests they must of not known to the United States might impose sanctions things like that the fact that they're willing to go forward the national people's Congress does that indicate basically Beijing's take a hard look at it the man I like it but they're willing to take the hit for the larger goal they have what seems to be the case that China is considering the moment here and there's a number of factors that come into that one is that there are legislative council elections in Hong Kong coming up in September and is a quite possibility that the majority and that would swing to opposition parliamentarians that they claim they want to get this done before that I want to get it done while of course people are still restricted in movement in Hong Kong and the house while the world's attention very much focused on the current virus and the difficulties that each country is having with that many countries are grappling with questions around I've seen their economies how to support their people in its linemen and that might be a good mind that to China to choose to do this they're obviously banking on the fact that international condemnation will be bad but the real hit to them from countries including U. S. and elsewhere might be limited on the white B. the appetite to have to hit them as hard as they could be affected in all the time so this was a finally this is the British gave Hong Kong back essentially to China it's been one country two systems some people think that may be gone now is that an overstatement to are we still gonna have one country two systems or as Beijing on the way to saying it's one country period full stop I would find a thoroughly Hazlett sectors to the idea of one country two systems also because I need to be careful in other areas including the capital and I don't of course when the front No Way international business including the banking sector too quickly the Hong Kong but one thing that's been interesting Mason is as hot as China's saying that I need home call as much as they did maybe ten years ago because I have a strong financial sector at hiring many international companies including banks can operate just on the border of mainland China and that does not fit in bed that can design considered promote the business of doing finance in China the trade that they trained three put the cursor Hong Kong and China is minimal so China has been saying for some time that we don't need Hong Kong as much as we used in the past did you think we might and baffle it's less important to us dissidents that maintaining pretense of one country two systems anymore because we can cut come coming out of the global financial system and it really doesn't matter that much so that's very much that thinking they were aware of at least say publicly that one's one that the cheapest and awful off the gate remains it's important for them to decide up front facing at least to the reality to many people is that it it it it's less of an issue a formal okay thank you so very much as R. bloomer calling Roslyn Matheson on Hong Kong

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Aerobic Adaptation & Facebook Live

Live Your Own Fit Podcast

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Aerobic Adaptation & Facebook Live

"Welcome to leave your podcast. Something different today I recorded facebook live last night. And this is a audio of that so it's GonNa be a bit hit and miss. There's going to be big twitter on looking at other things or entering questions from comments But hopefully you get something out of these cover. It's all about aerobic adaptation and increasing your fat burning and oxygen burning capacity so that you can produce energy with less oxidative stress so basically using you'll Arabic system much more than your anaerobic system. I mentioned this many Tom so I want go over it again. Here it is. I've enjoyed all right. So really WANNA get into aerobic capacity and what that is all about because there's a lot of confusion a lot of basic principles that pay a aware of but they don't know what they're actually doing when a do it. So let's say something like a base face so when you're building base a yeah you just gotta go long and slow and that's what we've gotTa do and people do that but Moto told about the adaptation that happens and then how you progress that adaptation to benefit you Particularly told me into age-group who are training full long distance triathlons a anything half on man up to a non man or even ultras longer events like that. Because that's way aerobic capacity fat adaptation. Really coming into the at sign where it's really important that we minimize the stress by using more oxygen and Moffat for fuel and kate the stress levels low so that we're feeling strong towards the end of the rice still so Jamie's distracting me day by myself in the background But she's telling me it's working so that's good so what we need to be thinking about is what's happening with something like that. Vice building face. I was going to look at some not. The base building is is that aerobic adaptation. And what's happening when we do math so everybody a lot of people that are way of math principles. Maximum Aerobic function developed by Dr Phil. Matheson back in the late seventy s and hey laws and trained mark Alan using this method. That if you build up your aerobic capacity then your ability to perform over endurance events increases greatly. And the reasons that I'm going to go through he that they increase performance increases is through These count myself anyway. So what's happening so aerobic means using a lot of oxygen and technically pretty much everything that we do other than about like a seven second. Spring is aerobic because we are using oxygen. It's just this ratio of using more oxygen or our using less oxygen less oxygen using other pathways such as glucose dominant pathways and less oxygen. So we know that things like lactate produced as that ratio changes so as we use less oxygen from Ireland and all the one that can say and he me. Thanks God so let me not so. That's one thing that's happening building these pillories. We have building the ability of Amata to be more aerobic so the CA- pillories increasing in number and volume to take more oxygen out of the blood. And then the oxygen from the blood into the muscles the muscles and then into the next lower level down right down into the Mac- Andrea so then in the Monaco Andrea. If there's more oxygen in there they can use more fat for fuel so this is a two part answer where fat burning and oxygen usage go hand in hand so staying at that lower level and building a base phase where increasing oxygen carrying pillories which you can do through the O. Two Max efforts and that sort of thing as well which is why they are good have their place and people get results and then not something to never do but then when it comes to the fat burning aspect of this study other side of the coin what needs to be done is optimize the monarch Andrea where the energy made full burning fat to do that. We need to stay in a very aerobic state and so basically we need to be using a lot of oxygen not using the ANAEROBIC system as much so always still using oxygen. It's always aerobic by the air ANAEROBIC system as much by using more glucose. If we're going harder which is wine that base phase. You WANNA use Cape Too hot right. That you know is staying aerobic which is around your maximum aerobic function. So that's math. Hundred and Eighty Monitor. Age Is your base starting-point heart rate number for you to then decide if that is a good point for you and fills just put out a book yesterday which I recommend you go and check out. And he's written plenty of things about one hundred ninety monitor age as a starting point. But that's what it is. It's a starting point. And he's written about how their variables if you've been seeking injured then you'd probably need to take a few bates off that if your if you have a big deficiency syndrome which is a phrase that Phil coined a longtime ago as well With basically you have done so much anaerobic work. Let's say you've done so much work using glucose in low oxygen state that you have trained your muscles day trained your muscles to using fat for fuel. So therefore if they using more glucose there's more biproduct more stress you can't go as long as efficiently

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A little extra Time

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:54 min | 1 year ago

A little extra Time

"Welcome to catch myths and mysteries. Shyam your host kid chrome with everybody shelter in place. I thought it might be interesting to talk about time travel and with that in. Mind the paradox of time on time. Paradoxes any logical contradiction that has to do with time travel. The Classic Paradox Time Falls into the classic grandfather paradox. The grandfather paradox who's usually the screenplay turn novel then movie where the U. S. Nimitz is caught in a storm of thrush and back in time to December sixth nineteen forty one. The dilemma is what the crew knows. What's going to happen? But the grandfather paradox of time gets in the way when the past is changed. It creates a contradiction. The time traveller could do anything that did happen but can't do anything that didn't well an aircraft carrier the size of the Nimitz didn't exist back in nineteen forty one so anything they could have done would have altered the future in a big way. Fortunately the storm that sent them back in time reappeared and brought them back to their time before they could decide what to do for a little more detail watch the movie. The final countdown. I think it came out in the nineteen eighties. Should you can listen to Martin. Sheen explained the grandfather paradox. To Kirk Douglas. The topic of time travel bags of big question. How would travelers go forward or back in time? H She wells painted a picture of a time machine with his book. The time machine. It was simply a vehicle for going forward or back with little regard to the visitors passed or impact on the future or past for the past for that matter that then we have screenwriter Richard. Matheson who wrote somewhere in time and takes the issue of time travel to a new level in the movie. Christopher Reeves is a young theater students celebrating the success of his latest production when the party is interrupted by an elderly woman who break Suda crowd of well-wishers Impresa lock into his hand Luxembourg. The says come back to me long story short. He traces Salak at back. To a stage. Actress of Nineteen twelve and her summer retreat that has been restored to pristine nineteen twelve decor. He buys clothes from the era right down to the socks. He wears a pocket wash from that era than rents a room and focuses on all things nineteen twelve and remember. He's surrounded in a room and a facility that is all nineteen twelve and ZAP when he ventures back out into the hall so hours later it is indeed nine thousand nine hundred twelve and elderly woman is there and a romance began one day. It is raining so they decided to have a picnic and Gorse at some point. She asked the time when he pulls out the pocket. Watch a penny from nineteen. Eighty comes out with it and the spell is broken. Well all this talk of time. Travel's seems a stuff of fiction. The what about Deja Vu? The feeling that you've been there before or met that person before done that thing before could it be that you've visited another time and have a flash memory of the person you met. L. Let's bring it home. The was the last time that a day week or month just seemed to Fi- yet your routine hadn't changed. I can remember going to the gym a specific time day or I would meet a friend. We always did the same routine but after a year or so. We noticed that we were finished sooner than before our next meeting. We TIMED ISH. Exercise routine and the gaps between each workout. The Times were always the same yet. We would finish at different times out of that work at one meeting. We had to stop and re park our cars yet. We completed our usual routine at the same time we had established and still finished early. Not Time travel but perhaps time slip. The Earth spins at Specific Rate. Plants grow in predictable period of time. Are we humans of variable our perception of time altered for seemingly? No reason when I was in grammar school failed to complete my homework. I could still hear my teacher telling me that we all had the same twenty four hours in the day but do we. The world's most accurate clock has neatly shown how right Albert Einstein was a hundred years ago when he proposed that time is a relative concept and the higher you live above sea level. The faster you should age. Einstein's theory of relativity states at time and space are not as constant as everyday life would

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"matheson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"matheson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I'm Jason Matheson along with Alexis Thompson that's alright Hey thanks for being here hope you guys had a good weekend of social distancing and maybe soon partying and a lot of yeah Dante's time you a little zoom reunion yeah two nights in a row that was I put that on Instagram just a screen shot of us and that's some of my college friends I did not know how to do zoom before they invited me on Friday and I'm not really on Facebook all that much I just kind of keep it there to make sure that I do have contact with with my friends from Comcast and stuff but they're like Hey are you going to do this and so I'm like oh boy I don't even know the first thing about it I would suggest it's super easy I would do it on a laptop you can do it on your phone but that way if you're on a laptop you can see more people because on the phone you can just see for all good tip good tech so it's basically just like Skype except it's a video conference call that can it can hold up to a hundred people where's yeah so a pretty cool it's really cool because I haven't talked to some of these people's been twenty years honestly it so it was really great to see there and you know they're in New York LA Las Vegas because I'm a theater major so everybody kind of went in different places Chicago and we all just got together and had a great time talking Friday night we did one where it was about if you don't pay for the premium service whoever is hosting the zoom has about thirty to forty five minutes of free time and then if you upgrade to I don't even know how much it is of the person hosting you can just go on limited so the second night we had twelve people coming in and out one of them was my very good friend and my main dance teacher in college and she was on there and all my gosh it was just so great to hear how everyone's doing and you know we talked a lot about the corona virus we talked about what's happening in their city so I got a perspective of how people are acting you don't want a lot of them are are working actor so they've really been hit with this and also they're probably friends and family there too so to hear that yeah yeah some former you know not able we talked a lot about the vacations that we can't take yeah so sad but at the same time everybody is their interaction with people who are being respectful of this but in every city there are people that are not following the rules they're still beaches open in Florida I just want to throw that out there still hungry people and they're still beaches open in Florida yeah it was it don was it it was it good to reconnect it might not even with the circumstances it feels so good yeah why don't you write when you it's just please do this even if it's just like with your mom your family members if they're somewhere else that you know even just if you're in short of you and you're talking to somebody in Burnsville you can get on this with like you know people and it feels like you're actually having a real human connection and interaction what's cool about is that when someone starts talking it switches the camera to them so it's constantly scrolling through it automatically phone so it's like whoever's speaking it's the main focus of the the screenshot and that was taken was actually a different mode you can go in where everyone's like that for most of the time you can see just one person at the top is a wind up a bunch of little the little screens at the top but anyway my point is is that it's a free thing it makes you feel like it really lifts your spirits yeah yes and I really recommend doing this I know today we're having for in work here we're having like a bingo happy hour did you guys see that yeah I saw that we are yeah I mean I don't know but it's it's gonna be fun it's just the the radio people and hand Dan seaman put it out there for all that's why I didn't that's ideal I don't even open.

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MoviePass Parent Company Files for Bankruptcy

Donna and Steve

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

MoviePass Parent Company Files for Bankruptcy

"Great could you please tell us what's going on virgin has come down on that movie pass after the company filed bankruptcy protection on Tuesday Basil a revolutionary ticketing service that let people see the limited amount of movies for cheap the company said in a regulatory filing Wednesday that it considered strategic alternatives but could not find any Helios in Matthiessen movie passes parent company also filed for bankruptcy this week both the new businesses will liquidate their assets Helios and Matheson stock which was once worth five thousand dollars is now worth

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The Haunting of Hill House review

Overdue

01:38 min | 2 years ago

The Haunting of Hill House review

"matheson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:37 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Some. James Matheson the bone conduction music show for you Well Awful Was Full time Sleeping Nobody. Gets hurt Music show We have serious emotional problems and we'll be in your neighborhood. Soon we're the bone conduction music show The Olympics racking up your accurate. Here what should be like, sister Kate on. The bone conduction music show up.

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MoviePass' owner is trading at an all-time low, days after a drastic 1-for-250 reverse stock split

Inc. Uncensored

04:19 min | 3 years ago

MoviePass' owner is trading at an all-time low, days after a drastic 1-for-250 reverse stock split

"A quick hit on something. We saw this week that we liked. I don't want to give too much away, but they will involve genetic data in an ostrich coat. Okay. This week we saw the demise of movie, pass a much loved if perhaps overly ambitious service that allowed people to see a lot of movies for not a lot of money and Jemima even tracking the kind of rise and fall. This company. What happened? Exactly. Indeed on. It's been a very sad tale. Actually, a lot of people have been morning, the kind of death of movie pass positioning as sort of robinhood allowing us to financing on movie habit needs. How much was it was nine ninety five a month? Yes. So in August of last year they made the watershed price cut from fifty dollars to nine, nine thousand five, which within one year got one point, five million. Subscribes to the platform. Everyone couldn't believe that a lot. And for good reason, really, I've been always a little bit skeptical as a subscriber myself. I think a lot of people have been skeptical plus they had some difficulty rolling it out. People didn't get their cards. It's been around since twenty eleven naturally. It's the product of co, founder of net flicks Mitch Lowe. And so in two thousand seventeen, once they made that move, everyone flocked to the platform. And unfortunately, it just was never economically sustainable that paying out of pocket to finance us going to the movies, weird their revenues, good. Any other revenues aside from the membership fee? Not that I know. So they cut the prices. Everyone flocked to the platform and they have just been burning through money everson's and in may they filed those regulatory filing that talked about how the parent company had, essentially, no money left. It costs twenty one point, seven million dollars to operate that platform. And we saw the end nearing on Thursday. When movie goes, were attending the theater and movie pass, wasn't able to afford that tickets anymore. And my question was, if movie pass, isn't able to do it. Why are we seeing so many copycat class pass bullpen coming out of the woodwork now and how those startups doing what movie past couldn't do in? What's the answer to that? Well, the answer is that they're not doing it right. Nobody is able to operate an unlimited platform in the way that movie passes been doing. They all. Kind of lock into the the phenomenon of the unlimited past promise. All you can eat model. Yeah, the invest is love and they mock it that platforms that way. But none of them actually have that breakdown and the parent company is publicly traded. Yes, halio Matheson. Yeah, that publicly traded and they just just before they close the announced a two hundred fifty. Two one reverse stock split. So that is to say, if the if the if the shares were trading at a dollar, a share of the next two hundred fifty dollars a share, which I've been following markets professionally for several decades and I can't ever remember seeing a two hundred fifty. Two one reverse stock. Split it whiffs a bit of desperation. The stock split self as an uncommon as youths said, but that that level is definitely our cry for help. They have no money. They took out a loan to finance that that business last week and they've just been flailing ever since. And Mitch Lowe sent an Email to the subscribers few days ago actually saying that they're going to have to raise their prices. So what what did we learn? Are there other ways? Do you think that the all you can eat model could be adapted to make it more competitive. Not not all you can eat. It just doesn't work the the startups. I spoke to the ones that are actually sustainable was called kid pass. It was founded in twenty thirteen and they go off a credit based system what you pay fifty dollars for ten credits and you can get unlimited kids activities. Another, I spoke to juke Louis, which is another New York based dot up. They they started as a twenty five dollars unlimited concert. So very similar, a similar model to movie pass and they very quickly adopted into a tiered pricing system..

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The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

Business Wars Daily

01:05 min | 3 years ago

The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

"Movie night for many sure. A lot of us now stay home and watch net or another streaming service. But if you're a true movie buff, well, the idea of an all you can watch subscription to see films in a real theater popcorn and all. Well, that seems pretty terrific, and that's what movie pass started offering in twenty eleven for about fifty bucks a month. Last October data analytics company Helius and Matheson bought a majority stake in movie pass and slash the price to less than ten dollars a month. Viewers couldn't get over such a deal and signed up like crazy soon. Movie pass had more than three million subscribers. Helius and Matheson stock shot up from under three dollars a share to more than thirty that was then today. That same stock is worth, oh, about a dime need. I say that there's a bankruptcy watch on for Helius and Matheson. The trouble movie pass bys each ticket for full price. Meaning the more people actually go to the movies, the more money movie pass loses. Things got even harder for the subscription service when rival AMC theaters got into the game to recently AMC began luring viewers into it's the with a three movie a week pass for a monthly fee of twenty bucks. AMC can easily beat movie, pass at his own game. It doesn't pay full price for its own tickets. That means it can turn a profit on each and every ticket even at a discount. The question now is whether the AM c. model is sustainable over time and whether the chance to see three movies week is the new happy ending for films and for Hollywood.

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The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

Business Wars Daily

03:49 min | 3 years ago

The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

"Movie night for many sure. A lot of us now stay home and watch net or another streaming service. But if you're a true movie buff, well, the idea of an all you can watch subscription to see films in a real theater popcorn and all. Well, that seems pretty terrific, and that's what movie pass started offering in twenty eleven for about fifty bucks a month. Last October data analytics company Helius and Matheson bought a majority stake in movie pass and slash the price to less than ten dollars a month. Viewers couldn't get over such a deal and signed up like crazy soon. Movie pass had more than three million subscribers. Helius and Matheson stock shot up from under three dollars a share to more than thirty that was then today. That same stock is worth, oh, about a dime need. I say that there's a bankruptcy watch on for Helius and Matheson. The trouble movie pass bys each ticket for full price. Meaning the more people actually go to the movies, the more money movie pass loses. Things got even harder for the subscription service when rival AMC theaters got into the game to recently AMC began luring viewers into it's the with a three movie a week pass for a monthly fee of twenty bucks. AMC can easily beat movie, pass at his own game. It doesn't pay full price for its own tickets. That means it can turn a profit on each and every ticket even at a discount. The question now is whether the AM c. model is sustainable over time and whether the chance to see three movies week is the new happy ending for films and for Hollywood.

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FDA, Lululemon Athletic and CEO discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

FDA, Lululemon Athletic and CEO discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank

"From the FOX business network there could be more recalls because of possible salmonella contamination the FDA suspects a single supplier of milk. Product way could be the. Source of the, multiple recent food recalls Ritz crackers, goldfish crackers and. Even hungry man dinners may include the, ingredient, the FDA says, no illnesses have, been reported athletes. Your clothing company Lululemon athletic, has a new CEO Calvin McDonalds. A former Sephora chief executive Lululemon former CEO resigned after. Allegations about his behavior the parent company of movie pass Helius and Matheson is looking at a massive reverse stock split the stock closed yesterday. At under a diamond share the New York Post is the company's trying to stop the stock from. Being delisted the Dow is up one hundred, ninety, seven, yesterday, NASDAQ, down, a point..

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LeBron James is still underpaid

Planet Money

03:08 min | 3 years ago

LeBron James is still underpaid

"To figure out if lebron james is still underpaid we called up one of the economists from that original report victor matheson from holy cross university he happened to be on vacation at the time in mexico i am in cancun i'm sitting at a pina colada by the pool under a palm tree no less i could touch the palm tree if i sat up from my lounge chair well don't do that don't strain yourself just lounge and we'll ask you about lebron james is lebron james still underpaid his salary's gone way up probably still underpaid lebron continues to get hosed even with a monster deal from the lakers because being the world's greatest basketball player means being responsible for a huge economic ripple effect think of ticket prices says victor for example in cleveland average attendance cleveland's went up in the game and of course places for the picket lay more than that we have seen some evidence that the very top stars might be making even at the nba maximum salaries still might be underpaid by twenty thirty fifty percents that means lebron james may still be underpaid by around twenty million dollars that's what i got my my peak it's out so i got i gotta get outta here thanks so much sure thing by for a second opinion on this we call it up brian windhorst from espn he's kind of the lebron james guy over at espn i sometimes in healty of making things too complex so we don't be afraid say hey you're not talking to nba board of governors here luckily brian says this is not complex he is still underpaid and yes because five six years ago the nba was bringing in about seven or eight hundred million dollars per year in television money from their broadcast partners turn on espn that number is now closer to two point four billion the tv money has tripled per year wow lebron james salary has only a little over doubled and of course a big reason tv money is up is because of lebron james brian says that if lebron salary was not tied up in all those nba restrictions and if teams were able to pay him whatever they wanted my guess is that a team in a very large market would probably offer lebron a deal approaching one hundred million dollars a year instead lebron will have to make do with that thirty six million dollar salary oh and by the way lebron is also getting hit by moving to california a state with the highest income tax and much higher cost of living than ohio so looks like poor lebron james just cannot catch a break

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"matheson" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"The door opens i go through it you're working with christine baranowski on the good fight you're doing you're doing movies you're you're doing all kinds of stuff constantly working you can't get rid of him you know and you anything to plug well the good fight is cbs dot com show that i've been recurring on with christine baranowski and it's a sequel to the good wife and what else was in madam secretary and no i just you know it's now the new the new shows of just been picked up and so it's all going to start over again so so let's has been great fun you guys are awesome let's let's well we thank you for doing this you know we wanted you on this show and and we really appreciate you making the schlep and being part of this this oral history project we've done two hundred over two hundred good for you really okay so this is been kilburn godfrey amazing colossal podcast with my cohost frank santo padre and we've been talking did the man who took over national lampoon and failed miserably ran right into the grad but true ten you're the this is the i guess you're the first guest where my wife wanted to actually come to the to the recording so i like to flatter you a little bit thanks for being so great chiller to all right well thank you thanks franken and guilt is being here and thank you thank you tim matheson ladies thank you tim thank you thank you and gilbert godfrey and mazing podcast is.

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"matheson" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"See store for details and terms and conditions matheson is author of the book the trouble with god a divine comedy about judgment and miss judgment it i just had a conversation about the book let me read from the book with his blessing and permission we'll get into chapter fourteen which says this and a certain point in the writing of the koran god it started to wonder if maybe he was slightly overdoing it on the punishment side of things maybe it'd be a good idea to talk a little bit more about the reward side with on god decided to describe to muhammed what good people could expect at the end of their lives other than the unspeakable joy of knowing that everyone else was burning eating cactus and drinking boiling water ha granted there wouldn't be very many good people in the end hardly any really like one tenth of one percent of mankind maybe but still for that tiny little minority of human beings that never ever doubted god's perfection and god frankly doubted whether such people even existed for them there would be paradise life in paradise would be marvelous god informed muhammad people would wear lots of jewelry their closed would be silk and they would lounge around on couches and carpets murmuring peace peace to each other while sipping sparkling wine non alcoholic needless to say by the way there are references to the koran and all of these little phrases there would also be in this is where god had surprised himself at least at first big eyed virgins lovely young maidens who had never been with either man or genie women who'd had sex with genie's we're extremely slutty in god's opinion why would anyone sleep with a genie he had repeatedly demanded these virginal young maidens would be available to the man in paradise for eternal love making god informed muhammad question with the lovemaking beak procreative is that how you said procreate procreative procreative yeah no obviously not god didn't want a bunch of screaming babies and paradise the maidens would have to be fixed so they could never get pregnant.

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"matheson" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"It exactly that satan does that so pad all he does is he questions god all he does and the book of job nails it the book of if i'm going to say if there is one thing in any of these books that is essential that is absolutely essential to getting the gist of all of these characters it's the book of job because the book of job reveals god as the lunatic the cruel irrational lunatic that he is an anti gets satan as the sly kind of he's bugs bunny and god is elmer fudd basically that's a great visual that actually brings it home chris matheson all right to wrap up our short conversation just kind of gimme a plug for the book for those who are interested in and i'm going to include the link of course in the description box and encourage everybody to go out and pick it up and support it but i mean just sort of give us the give us the brochure for it real quick before i let you go if you are fascinated by the character of god and find the idea of getting inside his head and traveling with him on his journey of incipient madness and destruction than i think you might enjoy my new book the trouble with god incipient madness would be a great podcast name yes overhear yes it was mantis in the books called the trouble with god divine comedy about judgment and miss judgment chris if i believed in god i would say you're going straight to hell did i'm so going to hell.

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"matheson" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Just so delightful and they're so kind of like my gosh what the hell's the shipton would what what is that and like he's got sick sort of flamboyantly like liberace tease you know it's like i want pomegranates i want gold ball i want incense and i went this kind of wine you know it's the dr it's like okay he finally reveals himself and he's he's really kinda queenie which i think is super funny look here with author chris matheson who has the new book called the trouble with god divine comedy about judgment and miss judgment i know that after the story of god came out you i don't know do i call it an addendum do i call it a ps two that book called satan story where you sort of came back and looked at it to the eyes of god's arch nemesis but in in this book you referred to satan his frenemy and flesh that out i mean how do we preach the character of satan he's a he's a fascination isn't he he's he is the strangest character in the hole all story by a very wide margin because what on earth is he doing there why is he there and if god's all powerful and of course god's all powerful because the the story doesn't even make sense if he's not all powerful obviously is all powerful so why did he make him why as his first act pretty much or one of his very first acts because you know he's there he's the serpent like really early why did he create his own worst enemy who would foil him at every turn right at the beginning what is the logic of that and you know i don't know i don't i don't have the answer to that except that there's on some level i think he needs to be seen i think i think there's a weird cough khou esque or you know does staff skin kind of quality to this character of god he needs to be known he needs to be seen he has to be recognized it has to be seen by someone that he's insane or for fraud or delusional or bad someone has to call him on it and in that.

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"matheson" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Doctors arrestees lecture is so helpful because it teaches about affective and ineffective language in logical fallacies and differences between arguments on a stage and discussion over goughie and most importantly how can you and i be effective out there when we are trying to persuade people argumentation the study of affective reasoning checking out it's just one of over ten thousand lectures at the great courses plus on a ton of different subjects streaming into your life anytime you want on your computer your laptop your tv your smartphone or be there podcast app is one of my listeners you can get started right now with a free trial with unlimited access to all of their lectures but you have to use my special you are l show your support of this show explore any topic that interests you and sign up for your free trial right now at the great courses plus dot com slash seth remember the great courses plus dot com slash seth fyi after i finished talking to chris matheson my special guest here on the broadcast about his book the trouble with god a divine comedy about judgment and misjudgment after we speak i'm going to go back and actually read a chapter out of the book for you right here on the radio so you can get a taste of what the book is and have something more to listen to it's going to be a lot of fun that's coming up after i speak with chris matheson now chris is probably best known for his film work and we talked about his book the story of god but chris i just want you to kind of give your own background i'm sure you can do a better job fleshing out for the audience in case i have some new listeners i've picked up who are you and what do you do i've been a movie writer for a pretty long time my best known movies are built as excellent adventure and bill and ted's bogus journey and a number of other movies over the years including a a little movie called rapture palooza.

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"matheson" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

Coffee Podcast by Cat

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

"It's like what a regular that's like what a european person there that actually looks healthy yeah versus like you're not gonna be bloated we normally do yeah which is everything everything and together yep i feel good about this podcast jedi guess he'll get out there i feel good you feel good can you hear me can you hear fussed can you hear us quick merck corner shot out to matty matheson are you fucked that's his line and go watch and make putin on on the video matty matheson not our videos here his video we gotta get him in here we got to get him on somehow if anybody knows manny madison's i will do things to get him on gas and hang out with him make video with him that'd be awesome if you want the next best thing to matty matheson you can go on our website we got new t shirts up there yeah they're really awesome drew myself some toot my own horn there there's steeped coffee if you wanna get some coffee to go we got regular and decaff hoops friend zone is if you're going camping if you're living the hashtag it's van life movement oh you got gotta van oh bohemian lifestyle oh you're just going to travel oh you put your hair up in that little knot on top of your head yeah go get the steep copies it's totally for you last time i travel i brought a few bags of steve's with me of the answer and there's a starbucks in the airport of course but i just went up and i was like okay just get some hot water a water baby here just pour some hot water is this thing it was great.

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"matheson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Free mama creepy birds mama creepy mind birds steve put it in his mouth and spit in a rhines mouth oh rain right now aren't you guys a little bit i got to tell you what's jas i have so many reasons that my heart is broken right now this is just another one he used to be my everything everything really now he's just a newspaper from nineteen ninety eight was he born then it is of the birdcage of my heart tali it's no saying yeah it's done i can't i will never take him but he was hand fed by efforts so the the matheson strike back.

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Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter sign on for third Bill and Ted film

Gallant at Night

00:59 sec | 3 years ago

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter sign on for third Bill and Ted film

"So you guys remember that well today this happened the third installment of the bill and ted franchise will be titled bill and ted face the music according to the film's cast and creative team feeling ted three has a title a director and a most excellent photo appeared first on digital trends winter and reeves reunited with screenwriters chris matheson and ed solomon who penned the first two films according to winter the film has even more for fans to we went out and found a director revealed winter gene perez who we love heated galaxy quest which is a masterpiece yeah way bro no way no yeah i don't know what it's going to be about man it's going to be in the future obviously wild stallion was their band you think there may be superstars and if you're wondering is rufus played by carleen.

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"matheson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We'll pick up the colin matheson who by the way you're older it was his birthday yesterday collar there aren't here how's your birthday good age because my woke up and my neck and my back hurt and i was like okay okay play call will you describe your dream to dream weaver dawn please buckle up it's okay i was having a conversation with jason in like a crowded bar restaurant we're standing facing each other and and making eye contact with him and behind him i noticed something that seems a little off and so it kind of catches my attention i looked past him and it's someone that looks just like justin timberlake but they're a little person they're like the size of a leprechaun they like three feet and strengthen timberlake oh him and he makes eye contact with me and then like staring at each other any slowly started to move closer nazi doug he transformed into the devil he takes over like i cannot lou i'm caroline and at that point i realize i'm dreaming but i can't wake up he keeps coming closer and closer and closer and i realized like i think in real life i physically cannot move yeah so you had like sleep paralysis okay.

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Three-peat: Another major winter storm begins battering Northeast

Bill Handel

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Three-peat: Another major winter storm begins battering Northeast

"I just meant it he gets it you know the the the seal the plane with the seal middle seed on nairobi air it's possible that is possible hey could you hold my chicken when we come back we're going to get into the intelligence portion of it cia chief mike pompeo is now going to be secretary of state but to replace him is very matheson somewhat close to that area similar when you go through gina has spills bio we'll do that when we come back gary and shannon in for handle today jennifer jones lee has an update the first of two so cal storms is entering the region today forecasters say up to a half inch of rain is expected for today starting with a few sprinkles right now and then more rain later in the morning and into this afternoon snow ice than heavy windsor expected to hit the northeast and new england today the nor'easter storm is the third major winter storm they hit the region just over the past couple of weeks airlines have already canceled more than a thousand flights for today and the people who own and run america's small businesses apparently you're pretty optimistic these days in fact more than they've been in thirty years this morning small business optimism index shows the indicator hit its second highest level ever last month now we've got problems on the five we'll check the kfi in the sky next few have way too much weight that you're dragging around and you're getting tired and depressed and sick of it go do it ray lopez daddy went to see dr micheal face about the weight loss procedure it sucked being so heavy i lost about one hundred pounds since my procedure last may i feel great and had about what one hundred family members out there on whittier yeah your daughter says you're a much nicer daddy now can you believe that i'm actually nice and i'm not buying that dr face made me healthy and he may be nice house that it's alva procedure so yeah you know i wasted a lot of time being unhealthy and unhappy but that'll change after i went to go see dr face so you need some need to lose some weight.

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"matheson" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"matheson" Discussed on No Huddle

"Defence as they've been searching forecast lesser here was really since robber matheson's last couple of years where he started severely faith and so his case they just haven't been able to with like for and he's been gone now for five six years they really have to do something about their past rush and i don't know that there are are better opportunities to deal with and with that number three tick so it's really going to come down to do they think that the tantalising potential of sakilan berkeley over riots you know there's a huge huge need and ability to fill it that trump provides so that's the tough question and i don't know when you look at the afc south has been a division for many years expressing gone back to peyton manning where they were reign supreme in that division and everyone else's obviously secondfiddle but it's kind of flopped a little bit jacksonville is now plane has bought as good as it gets even with blake board owes you see the tennessee titans finding their way you see houston texans would you shawn watson he's coming back along with jiji watan those guys gin healthy but right now indy looking like they're the team that as the most issues what do you think is going to take for them and lee start become more competitive as a mole for five so an unfair assessment at all i mean they have a lot of work if it really has lift the situation in this decision has really flip the last couple of years and it's not surprising jackson go had some stockpiling these burley's throughout this for years and they now have a coaching situation then the phone office that seems stable and these guys are making things happen so we'll see what happens this quarterback position but certainly if they are a team that that is going to have to be still tennessee is sort of on the verge of becoming a legitimate threat i still think i when i watched tennessee in the regular season last last year i frankly it was underwhelmed but then they had a pretty good showing in the play off so we'll have to see where they are at they have to truly they'll find themselves going forward lamarcus marietta they some place in the playoffs that.

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