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Northern Lights: Alaska Teen Shocks With Olympic Swim Gold
"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA well I've always been a huge role model for me I in Rio I was twelve so I was I was little I was watching her swim so this is really incredible to be able to swim next to her Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man I'm Danny cap
Tokyo Olympics Day 3 Highlights
"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man and Katie is a fierce winds the bronze the claim team USA's third ever medal in the women's triathlon I'm Danny cap
Olympics Latest: China leads in men's gymnastics qualifying
"With the opening ceremonies in the rear view mirror the first gold medal has been awarded and it goes to a Chinese woman who won the ten meter air rifle Calvin Klein the first match of the beach volleyball tournament due to a Czech player testing positive the team from the host country Japan was awarded the win by default the United States estimates around one hundred of its over six hundred athletes that sent to the games are unvaccinated and Australian swimmer Kaylee McEwan is pulled out of the two hundred meter woman's individual medley where she's ranked number one in the world was favored to win gold citing a busy schedule in Tokyo is a reasoning I'm Danny cap
"mcewan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"That's the argument. The new york. Times right yeah. Spain controlled florida. And i. i suppose it's all part of part of history but there was a momentous time that an explosion that took but the sixty nineteen project wants us to talk about that i have. I have no problem with the sixteen nineteen but they won't say that that's what america was born at. How wasn't it that. I'm playing devil's advocate. Because the school board people don't respond to the that's when when people came here but as they studied the word of god and what rights were were correct and where rights came from. That's where they banded together in several started a new day. So what happened before that. In of course the the irony of the whole thing is the sixty nineteen project says that slavery is so wonderful. I remember therefore there. People were dedicated to it. Fought awarded preserve it and all they said that slavery was so wonderful that because there was slavery one hundred years before america was born. That's why this nation four percent of the population. The world grades nearly a third of all the goods and services that slavery is what shot it to the moon. You're exactly absurdity of that is just difficulty right. It is a pro slavery economic argument. I just think we have to also be very clear that there was a colonial tradition. That actually did not totally embraced slavery. The way that the some of the historian said it was a much more mixed. I see cultural landscape right now because some of the sixteen nineteen push the way they get it into the schools. Is they prey on the misunderstanding of colonial history. They say hey. We need to teach people about the sixty nine hundred ninety s and early seventy. I don't think we should be afraid of that. No and i. I just think the the biggest problem is sixteen nineteen project they don't use original source documents. Note they misunderstand founders and the biggest issue is not the your sixty nineteen. They their big argument and i've read all their garbage. Is they say that seventeen. Seventy six was about a defense of slavery. That's their big. Argument is not about the idea of going back to sixteen. Nineteen right. Which i actually. I'm i'm cool with tom at the mayflower compact. I'm talking. I'm cool about talking about things. Like one hundred seventy something families. Whatever it is you know the number where they kind of just say. Hey weren't in the middle of the atlantic and we have to figure out how to govern ourselves if we survive this thing. The problem i have is all of a sudden. They're indicting the american founding and they're saying no no no they're harboring the same evil that happened in sixty nineteen. I just wanna make that clear that we can't throughout collado has no ending. It's a big part of who we are there. Ever the clarity of colonial history. If done correctly not with revisionism totally would completely support the founding of this nation for the purpose of freedom. Who has that one guy. You mentioned that you did a deep study on. It was it. Was john adams pastor or something. Oh jonathan may yes. Tell tell us about him. Also jonathan mayhew He actually died in seventeen sixty six And when confronting especially the king who was facilitating slavery in the colonies. Even though the colonists didn't want that it was the pastoral class that started to instruct and educate the founders and so jonathan mayhew Folks said y- you. This is sedition you can't you can't go against the king and they would. They would cite romans thirteen and so jonathan. Mayhew did a sermon on romans. Thirteen an exa. Genetical work where it says that god appoints positions of authority. And they're there for our good him more to submit to them and jonathan. Mayhew pointed out that if that authority isn't doing good they're no longer the authority. It's not unlimited submission and he coined the term disobedience to disobedience to tyrants is obedience to god. John adams said that that sermon and that minister was the inspiration for the war of independent. He died in seventeen. Sixty seven hundred sixty six th before we had a constitutional republic that now declares the authority in. America's we the people and so when you look at romans thirteen we're got points all positions of authority in a cost Republic that authorities the people and those who govern governed by our consent and they're bound by the seven articles of the constitution and if they fail to obey. The oath of office are birth certificate. Says it's our right and our duty to remove them. Yes and and the this did nicole. Hannah jones types the sixteen nineteen project people. They totally whitewash history throughout the thirties. Forties and fifties in the seventeen hundreds of this idea of how big of a deal it is to recognize that slavery is wrong from our two thousand and twenty one is. That's a hard thing for us to process but the fact we made any movement on the topic was something that mankind had never seen before. This wasn't that was an evil that we have to stop it regardless of any sort of economic stimulus. That has which i'm with you. I think i think slavery thomas jefferson extensively about not necessarily that slavery was wrong for the slate he wrote about that you know he said slavery was wrong for the slave owner he said it creates lazy selfish evil and despotic tyrants. He wrote extensively about it and that's true. I think slavery is bad for everyone and this this whole idea of the moment the seventeen seventy six i think was the moment but the up. Was this multi decades of beautiful rich sermons and courageous. Truth tellers that culminated in that summer of seventeen seventy six. I if you if you look at history and give it an honest assessment and you see the protestant reformation and you see his is. Bob pointed out The geneva bible where tell us about the significance of so the geneva bible was put together and it was no different than the king. james bible. They they still use the original manuscripts. The only difference is in the geneva bible On on the On the side of each page were notes and each of these notes had commentary on civil government and they. They did extensive work on self governance while and they listed that. And so when you see in that paint painting in the in the capitol rotunda where they're holding out a bible. It's the geneva bible. This is what inspired them. To switzerland's bloody. Mary came in and she began into reimpose onto the church. Who leading scotland she was. She took over after elizabeth. Okay and began to impose your was the church of Will be late fifteen hundred zero early sixty dollars and and And she wanted to take over the church. And so when you rebel as rob said when rebel against the church that's called that's called sedition or heresy treason trees and so they kill you to death and so so they so these nachson and calvin all. These people laughed. Went down to geneva left scotland and while they're sitting around the starbucks in geneva with nothing to do not as understand divine intervention. They said why. Don't we take the scriptures and put them into modern english and translate the massive. We'll go. let's do that so they started doing it. And calvin said why. Don't we number the verses so prior to that. There was no john three sixteen. Why kill they did it now. It was just all the way it was. It was just trips and so when when they got this bible together and then as rabbi lapin points out as better than anyone is you can follow where that bible goes and that's where you see this again. Explosion invention and creation in art and literature and all these kinds of things. Then it gets up to poor james. He's he's jealous if people recognize. We don't have to go to some city on the caribbean and what we do. We go directly to god. And so that created a reformation of we go directly to god in james because it was just a matter it. We're not going to have to go through the kings or divine right of kings got..
Solar Panels Over California's Canals Could Save Gallons of Water
"Demand for solar power is growing and recent research suggests that people should consider installing solar panels. Not only on field and rooftops but above waterways as well brandon mcewen of the university of california. Santa cruz says canopies of solar panels can be installed over canals. The approach would generate clean energy and shading the water reduce. Evaporation her research estimates that covering california's four thousand miles of open canals with solar panels could save about sixty five billion gallons of water a year. This would be enough to irrigate fifty acres of farmland or meet the residential water knees over two million people. Conserving water is especially important. In california water scarcity is a big concern for our state especially when we have frequent droughts and climate change will only exacerbate drugs so any water savings is really critical. Solar covered canals are already in use in india. Mcewan says more research is required to assess the feasibility of the approach in california. But she says it could be a promising way to generate renewable energy while helping conserve water in a warmer
Les McKeown, Who Fronted the Bay City Rollers, Dies at 65
"Bay City rollers singer less McEwan has died suddenly at the age of sixty five according to his family I marches are a letter with a look at his career Q. one was the second singer for the B. C. the rollers replacing Nobby Clark in nineteen seventy three they had a string of hits in Britain before hitting number one in the U. S. was Saturday night in nineteen seventy six their success continued with pop songs like money honey and I only want to be with you plus they were cute B. Q. and said in a two thousand one AP interview female fans would go to great lengths to meet them we would even get jobs as a chambermaid so they would be able to come in your room and you know do things not only for the girls
"mcewan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"McEwan, Ohio Democrats As the $1.9 Trillion Covert relief bill. Now in the Senate is just what the nation needs. We go big on on unemployment benefits on opening schools and putting shots in people's arms and money in people's pockets and workers and jobs. That's what this proposal does. That's why the House passed it. Senator Sherrod Brown, NBC the sex harassment scandal surrounding New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's heating up the Democrat now asking the state a G and chief appeals court judge to appoint an independent lawyer to investigate the claims of two women who once worked for him. Charlotte Bennett claims Andrew Cuomo asked her quote questions about her sex life and if she ever had sex with older men and quote, a 25 year old former aide said the 63 year old made the comments back in June in his office, But Said the governor never physically touched her boxes. Actually, Strohmeyer America is listening to Fox News. Hammerin Nigel on the 93 WR GMs weekend mash up. What did you think Old Lion Ted fly in Ted Cruz. That controversy taken off for Cancun in the middle of the Senator Cruz taking off for Cancun with his family in the middle of all that? You know, just add him to the list of political hypocrites that we've seen where you know it's the rules for the but not for me that we've seen happen again and again. You know, the crew's part of the cruise was never one to tell people to stay home for Cove. It he was never one of those guys on by. My whole thing is, I don't think him going to Cancun caused any deaths. No. But at the same time, you gotta figure that the guy smart enough to know that it's gonna cause some controversy. So maybe, you know, like, Don't don't promote yourself by posting pictures of you handing out water and all that crap. You know, when we have a new tribute to a senator Ted Cruz.
"mcewan" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"The afc. It does seem that way but baltimore's an interesting team there. If you're simply a better they may be good value there right in the middle all right. Let's talk about the super bowl where the chief stand when it comes to winning the championship. So they are just continuing to inch towards even money right now even money being plus one hundred so you know you you bet one hundred you win a hundred right now. Plus one eighty plus one ninety. If if you get really lucky you might find them. A plus two hundred still Continuing that march You know you haven't seen really significant movement in the chiefs super bowl odds and quite some time. Now i mean you go back to A month ago november thirtieth. They were plus two fifty. The they've been basically the the most steady consistent team on the the odds board for for super bowl you know they. They opened at plus six fifty. And that I they have not been longer than that Just double checking this. Yeah they haven't been longer than than what they opened up plus six fifty all season. I gotta ask because. I figure you've been doing this for a good bit of time. This is really rare to see a team this favor to win. The super bowl is not. It is at this point in the season you know. You're you're generally still looking at a few teams You know within that kind of plus three hundred Plus four hundred range It is it. It's it's rare to see and not just a team so heavily favored but at team who has just been this steady on the board. You know that. Hey credit tutu andy. Reid patrick mahomes. They've had Just dominant season there. Lows have been what other teams dream of for this year right. Yeah and speaking of mahomes he had been in what was a competitive mvp race. I think that we've likely seen the last start former homes in the twenty twenty regular season so his numbers are going to be there. Aaron rodgers coming off a really good sunday night. Football effort now. Rogers is the favourite. Just how different are the odds between rogers and mahomes coming into week sixteen here. Aaron rodgers was plus three thirty one. Mahomes was minus three forty four on average. Wanna see these numbers by the way head over to you to sports. Betting dime dot com. Our future trackers are the best in the business. You can look back at what the odds were every point of the season. So heading into the heading into week sixteen. Yeah we saw a homes as as the heavy favorite and it's basically just completely flipped. You're finding right now. Aaron rodgers As as short as two fifty homes plus two twenty is completely flipped. You know bit of a bit of a quiet week for from homes. And i don't know that we seventeen We'll we'll be enough mahomes to flip this back again. Yeah coming into this week. I was in the camp and again trying to take my bias out of it. That mahomes would win this award. But i knew that he needed to keep the production up and he just had a poor game. It's so rare to see mahomes. Have that poor of the game and rodgers really showed out and now rogers has to play another game and i understand that maybe the voters can take into account the number of games these guys played but the numbers are going to be so in favour rogers. I don't think they're going to be able to ignore it. And so yeah. I think this is a done deal. Rogers would have to have such an awful game against He's really own throat his career. Yeah i don't see it. You know that that minus two fifty implies about a seventy one and a half percent probability of of rogers winning it. i think it's probably a little higher. I think he's seventy five eighty percent at this point and you know obviously. Hey we're all looking back at that. Plus three thirty one we could have had We can go on kicking ourselves right. No doubt about it. I'm sure for the the bedding folks out there. Hey look if you're looking for a bright side. Mahomes could still win the super bowl. Mvp we'll see if rodgers was able to get there. We'll see if mom is able to get to the super bowl one you about week. Seventeen eight looks like originally the books thought moms would be starting now. It started in. Seem like chad henny could be starting. How do you think this will impact the line between the chiefs and the chargers. Yeah there's huge implications here obviously You know no no offense whatsoever to to chat hanging. We're we're talking about two very different quarterbacks. That could be under center for for kansas city this weekend. And as you said the books obviously thought maybe didn't even thought her hadn't thought about it. They open this at a kansas city minus ten and a half and i think i only saw it up for maybe twenty five thirty minutes last night before they pull this back down. I haven't seen it reopened yet this morning. So i'm sure at this point. They'll wait for some firm news because yeah ten. Ten and a half. That's that's a patrick. Mahomes chiefs line. We're talking chad. Henny here for this game might get close to a pick I i don't know that it will. I think it. All the books will probably reopen the somewhere around kansas city minus three call. These neutral teams And give the homefield advantage. Three points there to to kansas city I wouldn't be surprised if this ends up. Close to a pick before kick-off assuming that the jetta henny is the starter if if not if we get homes even just for you know he's gonna play a quarter a half then. That's when you have real trouble here. I think we'll see it kind of settle in around six seven or so now. What are the numbers. Recently of the kansas city chiefs when it comes to their lack of covering i..
"mcewan" Discussed on Niners Nation
"All the niners nation. Podcast this show you get all the great shows. We do. Keep those ratings and reviews coming. We do appreciate them. I promise you we read the comments contrary to conventional wisdom doing a little different. Today the niners played on saturday so it had a little kind of spot in the schedule and we thought what better thing to do with it than possibly win you some money so we wanted to bring on matt mcewen from sports betting dime. He's joined us a couple of times over the last couple months. You've made some. We always appreciate that. How you doing map. Hey rob thanks for having me. I'm doing pretty well. How you doing. I am well. It's always nice. Come off a win. I don't care that the forty niners out of it. I still like seeing my team. Do well i wanna start with some week. Seventeen questions because to me. There are two weeks of the regular season that i really get about. One is week one because we don't know anything about anybody and weird stuff happens in week. One and the other one is week. Seventeen because teams arresting guys teams have more to play for. It's sort of a weird scenario. So do you do anything differently when it comes to betting in week seventeen. We'll just know. Add one week in there In in the weeks that that are are very difficult to bet too. I find is is always very difficult as well because you have the overreactions. Two week one You know you're trying to figure out. What did i just see you know. And then what. Should i trust from what i just saw right. But the yeah. I'm with you though. Three weeks are the most difficult not just for betters but for sports books as well you know. What did you differently. there are a from. You know my own personal experience here. I place far fewer bets on opening lines in week. Seventeen especially i mean i mean mostly because there are a handful of games here like you said will these teams playing An and you know we. We've seen actually kansas city And the chargers pulled off the board right now because sports just don't yet know like will kansas city play mahomes. We'll we'll be a half quarter and end who's gonna play around him so absolutely there. I as far for bets on these opening lines. I i like to really be sure. I know who's playing so right off the top i. I don't touch anything where it's possible that the team is not plank for anything And then the other thing you gotta decide is is the opposite end of the spectrum to the teams that are out. You know the San francisco like are they going to put another great performance in in week. Seventeen just to spite the rest of the league So i definitely. I bet far less in week. Seventeen than than usual but You just you know if if you're if you're careful If you do your research there are some some very great lines that you can expose. warren buffett. Said was asked how he made all his money and what he said was when everybody is cautious p greedy and when everybody's greedy be cautious. Well there's some caution here like you talked about like the browns and the steelers. The steelers don't really have much to play for. Ben has been banged up. We don't know what his arm situation is. And cleveland has to win the game. Now my inclination is to say that seems to point to cleveland. They're favored by six and a half points right. Now does the fact that they need the game. Make you more likely to say they'll cover. That's kind of trap to avoid falling into. Is you know the the must win games. Do you bet on all the teams that have to win right. There's the other side here with pittsburgh They haven't like you said it played very well. The last month of the season will they rest their their players can can they afford that or do they want to use we seventeen of a tune-up to continue trying to land on their feet again. Snap out of this funk Just because cleveland needs this game. I i am not ready to bet them. Cleveland needed that game last week. As well through you know. So now they had a pretty unfortunate situation there with other receivers Being ruled out. But i mean they should have still been able to run the ball. Nick chubb kareem hunt all over that jets defense and they didn't so i certainly want to avoid the you know one hundred percent of this team needs the win so i'm going to bet them. That's not always the way it works and pittsburgh here to do. They wanna see cleveland in the playoffs. I i don't think they probably don't and so that's one side of the spectrum and then the other side of the spectrum is okay. We've got some games with teams. That don't have anything to play for and you know from a gambling perspective. That doesn't much matter. I'm only interested in winning money. So is there. Is there opportunity there with maybe some of the lines being off because basically the two teams are just out there kind of going through the motions. Well absolutely and i think sports books have already been hit pretty hard on a of these lines. So you know one I've i've got four games here where we've seen significant movement in the lines Just within about fourteen hours. You're since opening and one of those is a game where neither has anything to play for anymore and it's denver Against the against vegas denver. Open this game in. This is in denver and sportsbooks obviously looked at this and said hey these are two equal teams You know it's in denver. We'll just we'll give them the the tuna point Favourite tag. you're right. That's generally for those familiar on a if you have people teams. The home team's favored by by two and a half to three points. So that's where sports what's open this line and right now we're looking at denver plus two and a half we've seen a five point swing already in in Yeah like i said fourteen hours or so fifteen hours since lines of opened a five point swing in this game. So that's one where i you know. Sports weren't really paying attention. They opened a bad line. And you have the public looking at what happened the last time these two played the raiders. Just ran all over them. It was really ugly. So that that's a big one and de i underst- i'm with the public. I jumped on at the moment. It opened so you know. Now you're setting yourself up for a nice middling opportunity if this line continues to grow but Yeah there are those lines and it you know again. That's why i preach it's important to look at those opening lines You know the moment they come out. You need to be ready to Two pounds and even if it's something you don't love you know lines move and if it's a matter of a point two points you can set yourself up really nicely late late in the week to You know again whether that's you wanna hedge. Try to middle it There's a catch these opening lines that that's in my opinion one of the the integral parts of intelligence force betting and we should point out. We're recording this on monday afternoon. So for lines to have moved that much already. Yeah that's a huge signal that something is often the initial line will you betta game early and then later in the week if the line has moved maybe make the opposite. Bet yeah absolutely and that. That's the middling opportunity there right and this with two and a half to two and a half the other way you don't really have a. It's not a great middling option. You just want to grow a little more you want to get it above three But absolutely when when you see some of these lines at the tipping points you know the At the two and a half. And you feel it's gonna it's gonna continue growing if it's six and a half seven you feel it's going to continue growing Those are the great lines to get on early because again. If if i mean we we've seen a lot of a movement the and significant movement. We've seen five six point swings. You know partially go of it and players being ruled out late but we seen a ton of this movement and you know to give yourself Five to six point window is is massive and that is that opens up a great opportunity. Worst case scenario you pay the juice to the book and call it a day..
"mcewan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"On Keren McEwan added Democrats are pumped caucus day has arrived the doors open at ten AM here at one thirty fifty Congress locations they have a new systems is a scrap that I have to feel so badly in Iowa they have a systematic Akaka's calculator powered by Google only time will tell whether or not that successful they did have early voting first time in history some nearly seventy five thousand voters have already voted which is almost as much as the total in twenty sixteen which is eighty four thousand boxes group Jenkins in Las Vegas this weekend's weather shaping up to be not very winter like across much of the nation together pretty nice we can tap for almost everybody cold way across parts of northern Canada down across the lower forty eight things are cool not that bad a cold morning across at least a northern part of Florida as well attempts well below average fox meteorologist Rick Wright youth America is listening to fox news W. O. A. I'd local news to more patients being quarantined at Lackland have now tested positive for the corona virus the centers for disease control says they won't be surprised if more test positive in the coming days because the passengers on the diamond princess were include a couple sitting with there has been a significant spread of cold in nineteen they are considered at high risk for infection and we do expect to see additional confirmed cases of coke at nineteen among the passengers MD director Nancy Meissonier of the national center for immunization and respiratory diseases says so far twenty eight of the three hundred twenty nine Americans on the cruise ship have tested positive in addition to those at Lackland most are being cared for in California and Nebraska ten are still in Japan heads up if you've got plans to drive on the north side this weekend a portion of loop six Tino for near two eighty one will shut down the entire weekend it's full closures on loop sixteen oh four as the.
"mcewan" Discussed on What It Takes
"The hardest thing that writing to me. It's getting started. I Lord of hesitating Do I really WanNa live with this. This is going to be. You know it's like it's it's a three year degree course. Maybe four years. Are you studying the right subject. Will you be happy. Would you drive yourself nuts or maybe me more sensually. I think writers of the beginning things are looking for a certain freedom. Is this going to set me free or is it going to cage me up you free. From what set you free into your best writing. Set You free into being thought rich. Set You free into. This is very important in surprising to have something ten thirty in the morning that you did not even dream offer. Nine o'clock is one of the great delights of writing a character phrase Seeing how to WHO elements in what you've got so far actually are converging. It's hard to describe it. But it's a discovery to have those discoveries discoveries you've got to have a certain freedom to feel you're on a terrain that's unusual but true and has search for you and you hope you'll read something we'll generate. Curiosity curiosity is really important in fiction and the opening of novels I think required extra. Extra attention specially now. I mean there are so many diversions in life and you want someone to come into this little house and spend twelve or fifteen hours in it. It's the last time we ever had to do any any reading with zero. Curiosity was when we're at university school where you've got to read Shakespeare's Julius Caesar where you hate every line of it. Because he didn't really understand it and boise rigid. Have you ever picked wrong to do you think yeah. I've picked wrong in the night just abandoned but I've wasted a lot time. I'm pretty good hesitating enough to do that very often. People want to hear stories. What's an irresistible irresistible story? His one. There's a very settled arrangement and a stranger appears and unsettles that arranging many great knows have plot pride and prejudice. Who's moved into the neighborhood man with ten thousand a year much? Divulge her on that That's the blood and you could say that machines like meet the novel he read from during the opening this podcast shares that basic plotline as well a man and a woman live in the same apartment building the man is smitten with the woman but then a stranger enters the story only this time. He's an android a handsome sexually enabled android. It's the first of two books in McEwan has out in two thousand nineteen. The other was on the verge of publication when this interview was recorded it's a political satire in the form of a novella called the cockroach a sort of reverse take on metamorphosis set in the midst of the brexit controversy. Diversey novellas voice. Meant a great deal to me. I love what Nevada's force writers to do is to really focus on the music of the page So we think there's writers Thomas Mann Conrad we think of how we think of death in Venice Kafka's because metamorphosis who's been a marvelous exemplar of how the fiction of the real real and the fantasy the extravagant fantasy of a man waking up one morning fighting himself turned into joined insect instead of panicking. He worries about Al being late for work. And it's that transition I think is absolutely measuring something that I tried to do with my brexit equivalent. QUIVALENT cockroach wakes up one morning and finds his prime minister of Great Britain. You're a well known figure in in England and Britain And yet you use your celebrity to dip into politics a lot of writers. Don't they avoid it because it's divisive And who you'RE GONNA offend. Why do you? Why do you defend the politics? I D- Interest me fascinates me. Now we're going through this terrible terrible national crisis. Tearing ourselves apart of Brexit. I couldn't resist it really somewhat. Stupidity and mendacity AH enrolled into this process and I think of it not really in political terms I think even in moral that's my entry point into ABC's morally. You should speak up on climate change morally. You should talk about absolutely do you. What are your thoughts about Brexit and the UK colossal also stake? I think many lies have been told very decent ordinary people who have been misled really They worry about sovereignty sovereignty In fact we won't have any more sovereignty if we leave because we'll have to make trade deals around the world to replace the seventy two trade deals deals. We have every trade deal you make is a compromise with sovereignty membership of NATO. WHO's a compromise live in very bound world our signature due to the international treaty on the seabed or the Paris accords are all compromises with our sovereignty? We will not get more of it when we leave. We will have to do a trade trade deal with the United States. We will be very very junior partner in that deal and all silvy will be compromised. And how do you deal with critics when Mesa mind your own business or they tell you that you know. I wish you hadn't said that because I could not agree with you less well. That's the nature of politics but it doesn't mind my own business is my business. This is part of our condition so this is the world for example in which my children now in their thirties will grow up and will not have citizenship of the European Union the right to go and work for as long as they like wherever they like in this wonderful mosaic of countries. If you drive across the states it's could be quite boring. There's a Wendy's Burger or McDonald's few drive from Portugal to Sweden or from Slovenia to Holland did you cross so many different cultures. It's so rich and it's differences based on solar struggle in pain and here. We are at peace and fantastic achievement. When you think walk bids twentieth-century Europe was what happened there and the EU? You really came out of that struggle never again feeling. The countries have to be bound so closely in their trade. They wouldn't need to ever contemplate good wargin organ and the facts I was hiking in Slovenia arrived with a friend could not call. We could go very remote bitter Slovenia. We're driving for about forty eighty five minutes and sending me said Hey. Austria didn't know it across the border. All those borders are down. The Schengen Group is immensely successful. Fool for your satirical work. That's coming out will say but what do you hope the impactfully it's political satire on. What's IT GONNA do? What did modest proposal to swift able to illuminate something for some people? Others Frisbee is be it across the room because they think we should leave. So this'll be a case of pros making nothing. What do you you think you'll spend the next decade? Is there some focus. You began writing darkness subjects. What puts the next decade? No no idea. I mean that's when I finish a book I've no I no idea it'd be publishing a book this moment So I finished ten days ago and is being published published next week. Usually I sit around waiting kinship year. Later it comes out No idea I'd be doing this when I finished nutshell. Narrated by fetus. I had no idea I'd be running about fishing intelligence. I have to have these gaps and I'm quite good at not writing and slowly. Something cooks the surprise. Element is crucial. Do you still love writing as much as she did when you began. Perhaps Moore's I get more pleasure than they used. Pleasure is not the right word really more like well being Eh things go well. It's what many people reports So some people use would flow. Slow I don't think it's very good of solving the difficult problem Sometimes in with the collaboration of others gives an extraordinary deep satisfactions not like happiness. And it's not like pleasure and we can get it playing thank tennis cooking meal doing some gardening. It it's partly that stretch of time when you hardly know you you all all the task to reach that state in McEwan said as this interview came to a close requires a writer I to clear the decks in other words it requires solitude. Solitude is one of the great luxury of civilization and another one that we are unwittingly unwittingly removing from also when I give advice to young writers apart from talking about what they should writing short stories or whatever I say try and spend spend one hour a day. offline with your phone off in communion with notebook and your own thoughts and not be aware of the thinking of others and social media all the pressures which I think is very hard if you're under thirty so solitude no interruptions and then what happens then you just call you. Addressed the blind page. See where it takes. It's a fantastic mastic luxury and privilege to spend your life. Doing really is to live by it. I mean really to play like this play with ideas play with imaginary beings and mingle real events with fictional events which I've always loved doing very important element of that for me to make the fiction fiction more real as it were by having released Oracle characters we'll place is urging what we know with imagined.
"mcewan" Discussed on What It Takes
"Ian McEwan is in the words words of the New Republic magazine one of the most gifted storytellers alive and he is the subject of today's episode of what it takes Aches podcast about passion vision and perseverance from the Academy of Achievement. I'm your host. Alice Winkler at a main. This child is gifted and I heard that enough that I started to believe if you have the opportunity. Not a perfect opportunity. And you don't take it. You may never have. Another child was so clear. It was just like the picture started to form itself. There was new wing. Reach ally could prevail over the truth darkness over there every day. I wake up and decide today. I'm going to love my life. Decide I size is going to break your leg or it's when you go in that place stay out of their companies differential experiences that you don't look for. Oh you don't plan for but boy you better not miss him. Ian McEwan recorded awarded this interview with the Academy of Achievement at the Academy's International Summit in New York in September of two thousand nineteen. The interviewer was Mary Jordan. Who by day is correspondent for the Washington Post? She had a long list of questions for the literary giant sitting across from her and she started with one about his childhood growing up as the son of an army major moving between England and Singapore Libya and Germany. What kind of effected moving around so much? have on your writing and yourself. I think it placed me outside of The usual layers of British class system in some ways so always something of an outsider in my own land. When I I finally was packed off to boarding school at the age of eleven and the boarding school itself was very unusual? It was a state run boarding grammar school very unusual kind of school. Most of its kids were working class. London kids from broken homes. It had an extraordinary self confidence so the idea was to give working class kids. 'cause this Hugh Army kids somehow got drafted in. Give them a a private school education in private school settings and it was amazingly successful. Only three hundred lot. A lot of music science was great. Literature was great. Everybody went to university. It was an exploratory experiment was a competitive to get in there. No it was just boisterous quite interface very on English. You where it is very streetwise kids. I was totally intimidated. When I first arrived there the edge eleven two thousand miles from home not even homesick? Just shell shocked. I sort of sank into myself but eventually I came to love that too raw the place outside the usual tracks of all over British education and then I went to a brand brand. New University. Didn't good walks in Cambridge University. That was famous phrase redrawing. The map of learning. We arrived there. All of us had to read. WHATEVER WE'RE GONNA study in the humanities we had to read religion relies of capitalism the turn of thesis thesis on the expansion of the West and Jacob burck hearts book on the on the Renaissance because it was felt that the fundamentals the mental humanist education was the study of the study of history so to answer your question? My background always maybe a rather pleasant ways somewhat exiled from the main tracks make you a better writer eventually. It made me a better writer I was I was draw. The stuck didn't quite know who I was and the gap between a thought and a sentence for me seemed infant. I can never quite quite trust what I was getting down on the page so I work very very slowly and that wore off over the years And and slowly to it became apparent to the kind of background. I'm just described to strength from them. As it first seems something of with disability is good writing clear thinking impart. There's wasting I think in a beautiful sentence this something comic something slightly untidy and crazy and appealing My idea of it could send his one. That's already commenting on how it's written. It's built into the sentences and there's that's why there are certain writers his fellow Updike Nabokov. Who sentences are also discussing how those sentences sort of? There's a sort of loop in liberty love. Can you think of the sentence you know it doesn't have to be yours You'll find them for example in that middle maturity work who've updike the last of the Rabbit To trilogy when Rabbit it has had some heart problems and some sort of catheter gang up his leg to find his heart and rabbit has reflections on on the protests. That could not be the reflections of an ordinary guy basketball player printed to call salesman figure. It can only be updike but the beautiful way in which updike plays Claes rhetorical positioning. Make US believe that. These are the thoughts of this very very ordinary. Not particularly nice man and those sentences in which I can't quote from heart really. Show us a master at work. And it's about again. Something deeply humorous about repeat reconstructed sentence something self conscious in its in. Its makeup one piece of smoke and mirrors deception action about who is really speaking. How old were you when you started? Appreciating the beauty of good sentence. I'd say about seventeen nineteen. I was a big reader as a child and then as a teenager you but pretty self conscious but I'm one of those English novelist who had an English teacher brought me to kind of consciousness of reading so so that sense of that delight in reading a sentence than reading it again going back with and say how do we get from this to that. came under some instruction some encouragement from a very gifted charismatic teacher. Who's still around teaching me in nineteen sixty four? We're going to on stage together In November mazing enough without the teacher. Do you think you might have done something else. Absolutely they came. Ah There's a problem in the British education system is somewhere around the age of sixteen. You have to decide whether you're going to move into the humanities sciences and I had a very charming physics teacher who desperately wanted me to do physics and they had on the other hand my English teacher Neil Clayton. I'm trying to persuade me to do English and he won. He was more charismatic. Younger had slightly rebellious quality about him. He's in his mid Twenties Mentally Twenty eight eight years older than me and very rapidly from him. I got this this idea that the study of English was the highest possible calling priesthood. What did he do that? Made you appreciate the literature and words and the sound of great paragraph. What I'll give you a specific example? We'll we'll he didn't teach just the set books for a long time. He say. Now you're you're going to read you. We're GONNA start with also going to read your way right through but not in order so we looked at the wasteland and he said I want you to read this woman not be intimidated. Think of it as a jazz try and find the rhythms and then he played some jazz. Yeah I think he was genuine morton we started with and then there was some miles. Davis was long after the waist uh-huh swing music to prewar And so we offers task was to an duty was to pleasure to read the wasteland. Not saying what does he really saying or is is a poem we'll just sort of set of codes for something else lies page but really love it for a delight in language. That was a great lesson Oh I remember once. He came into the classroom before he was my teacher. Regular teacher was absent. We were about fourteen years old uh-huh and he shocked us. He said he came in. We'll fell silent as used to happen in this days teaches win blackout and he said Okay you sit down. I WanNa talk to you about masturbation room froze. I got two words and we enjoy it. He said and I think his relationship to masturbation nations while the Lakers attitude to literature. Enjoy it so that was the first big lesson. The pleasure principle..
"mcewan" Discussed on Talking Politics
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"The same man who authorities say broken to Taylor swift's New England mansion a week ago is accused of ripping up trump national golf course in Bedminster twenty six year old Richard McEwan of Milford was arrested today after police tight is carted two separate incidents were car spun out donuts on the golf course the cost almost twenty grand in
"mcewan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And a couple of weeks since the passing of your good friend tom mcewan and based on social media you you've been out there talking about tom and what your relationship is light some great photo so what is the last couple of weeks been like yeah it's been difficult you know he we're very close and and i'm really enjoying going through all the photos and stuff of us in the past i go to just pitchers upon pitchers and relive childhood together one was the first time you met tom mcewan and what was your first impression member was yesterday's nineteen fiftyeight lion strikes trip i was driving a little tea bucket for tommy ivo pushing his dragster and tom killin asked me to ask for you know asked me to could i could i go for a ride and i said man you have to ask ivo but you know for some reason we just become instant friends then i saw him back in the pits and we started talking and we're once again instant friends was the first time you saw him race fuel dragster oh he was trying to gas dragster at the time at lions drag strip we're on gasoline there and i saw him and he was really good at it you know especially when he started driving the albertson olds car after leonard harris was killed unfortunately at lions tom got that drive and that right and i think that's a really kinda put him on the map now the competition level between you two back in the early sixties before he became quasi teammates with the holiday exactly what was that like in the early days before there was a snake in the mangas it was terrific because like i say we come into friends he lived in long beach and i'm out in the nfl in that is and he'd come out to the valley we'd ride motorcycles together and it was just you know it's like meeting a guy in school kid in school you know i'll send your instant buddies and that's how it was with tom myself so we we didn't have any plans on hot wheels or mattel or anything like that we were just a day to day at the drag races in hanging out together now when did the transition from top fuel to the funny car team start i assume it was late sixties early seventies and then what is the ultimate game changer for drag racing back then the hot wheels the wildlife the wildlife racing team yeah well it was thomas idea for the funny cars i didn't like funny cards at all i was at dragster guy i was like i wanted when i left the tracker won't be the fastest quickest car there in that wasn't a funny car it was a dry but they were very popular with with the fans the funny cars and tom had a funny car he would run a funny car on the side now and i didn't think much of it give me my top fuel drag had a four twentysix himmy engineer keith black built one the us nationals with it so i i was felt like i was on top of the world and he says not kid you're missing the boat you need to drive a funny car and that's when all that started going to mattel mattel said hey yeah we'll sponsor you guys but we want you in funny cars.
Martin Sorrell, Wpp and Ross Mcewan Arby discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"They have been hyping for a permanent unconditional waiver but now the trade commissioner in brussels cecilia mountains trump saying that even if there are no duties she does expect some sort of cap on e u exports the question now is whether that's a hard cap and there are limits to the volumes of exports or software where more exports possible but duties apply after a certain level in london interesting solid bloomberg daybreak sebastien thank you when it comes to trade in north america canada's prime minister justin trudeau says no deal on nafta would be better than a bad deal trudeau spoke with bloomberg in toronto i will stand up for canadian interests i will only sign a deal that is good for canada and no nafta is better than a bad deal and we've made that very clear with the president in his interview with bloomberg trudeau also downplayed the impact of nafta that nafta collapse would have his remarks could come his remarks come i should say ahead of a g seven summit hosted by canada next week royal bank of scotland are down one percent at the bank's chief financial officer unexpectedly resigned stevenson who had been at the bank for about four years had been seen as a candidate to potentially replace ceo ross mcewan arby says that search for his successor will commence immediately martin sorrell is getting back into the ad business the former wpp ceo he's taking control of a publicly traded company just six weeks after his abrupt exit from the world's biggest advertising company for capital of vehicle largely funded by sorrel will be acquired by investment firm darren capital.
REUTERS AMERICA NEWS PLAN FOR MONDAY MAY 28
"The tradition boy scouts of america scouting troops and affiliate groups packed piles of small american flags and traveled to local cemeteries scouts placed some eighty eight thousand flags in the los angeles national cemetery this year as they plant each flag scouts say the name of the soldier place the flag and salute the soldiers service natalie mcewen is the president of the boy scouts of america venturing program a coed group for high school age teens mcewan reflected on the meaning behind the gesture if it weren't for them and their sacrifices and being able to fight for our country and for us we wouldn't be able to have those barbecues there'd be able to go to the beach or enjoy our summers or just live our daily lives boy and girl scouting groups have commemorated the holiday with flag link from state to state for years in some cases visiting the same cemetery for decades rebecca felt house adams npr news first named storm of the season alburto is expected to bring drenching rain to the florida panhandle when it makes landfall the storm expected to come ashore today a day after a separate storm triggered a flash flood that tore through a historic town in maryland one person now reported missing delicate city in howard county executive allen kittelmann says he's focused on finding that person i've always been told was last seen around five twenty pm that's the only person were aware of this missing were not aware of any pal he's certainly doing whatever we can to locate that person today flash flood and delicate city two years ago killed two people and left behind millions of dollars in damage a us delegation is in north korea today trying to finalize plans for a summit between president trump and kim jong un next month in singapore four days ago trump announced he was cancelling the meeting jason strother reports from seoul the american officials crossed the border into north korea and were led by some kim washington's former ambassador to seoul pyongyang's delegation was headed by chase on we the official who last week called vice president mike pence a political dummy these talks come just days after president trump cancelled the june twelfth summit in.
"mcewan" Discussed on KGO 810
"Back to ethan bearman page oh thank you it is time for the best headlines from around the world the craziest ones the silliest ones the ones that are unbelievable sounds like well somebody was staying up all night for the onion writing these now they're real it's called not the onion let's dive into these headlines this first one oh boy i actually talked about this in my book a similar situation real headline from the telegraph out of the uk real headline ian mcewan quote dubious and quote about school studying as books after he helped son with sa and got a c plus mcewen so you know about from books like atonement amsterdam on chessel beach he's an award winning author and so his son is in school it was writing and alevel essay on enduring love and here's a quote i always felt a little dubious about people being made to read my books compelled to the readers dad's book imagine poor guy i confess i did give him a tutorial and told them what he should consider i didn't read his essay but it turned out his teacher disagreed fundamentally with what he said got a see quote from ian mcewan i thought this was very interesting literary fiction is in a curious nosedive sales wise down about thirty five percent everyone's got a theory when people ask me who are the amazing raiders under thirty i'm not dishing to judge but the point is i go back to this how is it by the way on chessel beach starring search ronin is opening later this month and one of his books again when the author of a book answers a question on a standardized exam or something from a teacher and gets a c i in my book i used another example i can't remember the author right now wrote an essay which was tested on and she failed she got an f rating about her own booker essay if that's the case been a real issue here because the the author can't pass the exam the person who wrote the book that's a problem that is a problem but i see that as a problem oh boy humans can i just say humans for a second i don't know did you do this this weekend i bet i bet if dave lived still in massachusetts i bet this one what happened to him i'm just saying real headline from.
"mcewan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"If asian but the final act kindness i gaze said happening distorting their story indeed giving it a happy ending ian mcewan what a film of what a book atonement won the academy award you actually have to movies now in production yes and the the link with the tournament strong because the the actor who played the young girl social ronan who we've recently seen in brooklyn we'll be playing the lead in on will beach i haven't seen a since we parted so happily on set to ten or twelve years ago so it's wonderful i'll be singer in russell next week uh and then my last level is also going into production uh the children act so i feel very busy with screenplays and reflecting a lot on what it's like to move your own worker across the the media your earliest works iin mcewan were well shall we say dark quite dark quite twisted are the british press dubbed in macab how how has your writing changed overtime how has it evolved well uh i think actually to come back to some of you said earlier i've broken out of confinements uh my early stories were indeed very dark psychotic new rate his or even animal nureyev's uh situations were very very tightening close my first two novels were exactly the same to two or three or four hinders and and i think the break came sometime in the early eighties when i started working on a festival an oratory you which was about nuclear weapons and then i wrote her vote on a scream play uh about term.
"mcewan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So elaborations a self is to some degree a marvellous thing but if you'll politics only consists of this and especially among the young when you want them to address social injustice that means not thinking about self that means spreading out woods two other cells what they need maybe they noticed privileges you they need your support that means denying the selfrule little some part of the day and think about abstract matters that are bearing in on us will they seem abstract but they're the gang really by the day and that is climate change or the new nuclear arms race we are now submitting to many many other issues terrorism migration you name it uh the disappearance of newspapers in small towns so that no one can keep an eye on no experienced journalists are there to keep an eye on town halls in that troops in the whole porkbarrel business that might overwhelm us lots to think about not a cars won again in here with in mcewan let's go first to phasing in brentwood tennessee he busy you're on the air with in and go ahead you are higher there um i never heard of this book but i i'm i kinda love it in a fascinated by the idea of entering the imaginable perspective of the fetus even though it is so unrealistic to hear a fetus speaking articulately like this uh just eat the very idea of it to me is very sensitising in a world where uh everything gets politicized especially fetus was these days uh and i i have kind of it aversion due to politics because it desensitize us very often uh entering the perspective of the fetus i think has a profound implications uh and i think that a lot of times um in our in our culture we leave the individuality uh and in the ability to be sensitised to perspective out so i just uh i uh uh you know i just love this perspective thank you very much let's.
"mcewan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"The laundry din as it were of her insides so if we take for granted what neuroscientists tell us the term emotions among other things a bodily states it has a direct line to to the body doesn't lie the body cannot right we might lie at the level of the head but the body the pulse rate the churning stomach cannell lie so again the media quite useful perspective on getting into the emotions of the sea support for on point and the following message come from rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies in your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing homeland rocket mortgage is simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash on point equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty this is on point i'm jane klay send in for tom expert we're talking with writer ian mcewan about his newest novel this hour is called nutshell we have an excerpt on our website on point radio dot org and we're talking about our real world today that our hero was waiting to be borne in to call us and tell us about the end mcewan book or books you have read if you've read nutshell tell us what you thought follow us on twitter and finace on facebook at on point radio here's the iconic moment of selfdoubt from hamlet to be or not to be mr mchugh from the 19th 64 bbc tv production starring christopher plummer.
"mcewan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
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"mcewan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The fourday wbz accuweather forecast the sky overnight clear in low limit it'll be cold the low thirty three in downtown boston but in the mid20s and a few western suburbs saturday some sun early that'll be followed by increasing clouds high forty five on saturday night cloud should break late low thirty three sunday partial sunshine high forty five and monday mostly sunny high forty three i'm accuweather meteorologist curb within ski wbz newsradio 1030 i'm don half wbz news on beacon hill senate leaders say they will begin the process next week of naming an independent investigator to look into allegations of sexual misconduct surrounding brian hafner the husband of senate president stanley rosenberg and emotional rosenberg says his husband is seeking treatment for alcohol abuse in the wake of allegations he sexually assaulted four men are clearly emotional rosenberg said his heart goes out to those who may have in her hurt he said if his husband brian heffner told anyone he had influence over the senate that is not true for repeatedly rate clear the brian was to have no influence on were albums happens he has no influence policy internal operations of the senate any senate related is the senate will meet on monday to authorise an investigation into the allegations rosenberg says he will cooperate fully on beacon hill lana jones wbz newsradio 1030 former essex county de a kevin burke will lead an investigation into revisions made to a street police report about the arrest of a judge's daughter who triggered the abrupt retirement of them state police colonel richard mcewan an afternoon shooting a roxbury leaves a man in his twenty's in serious condition police commissioner bill evans and thoughts me uh two pm we received for call here for shots fight in a press in shot on arrival we found one male and the passengers side of this black vehicle behind me were suffering from multiple gunshot wounds he was taken a boston medical police are asking for the public's help in this.
"mcewan" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Find your pretty quick air really quit because because you can't do everything on your list if you're only pretty clear about what is essential you just can't so that means that life's circumstances and randomness may well make those tradeoffs for you and and that i think is a costly as a costly era of approach so it's it's all about how do you figure out how you create space to really get clear what is essential that you can they know what to eliminate no what to trade often you can do that strategically deliberately thoughtfully with discern with stillness you can say these things that i'm not allowed to do because these are the ones that are essential hey folks we are getting into the meat of this interview a reminder real quick you can get griggs book essential ism wherever you get books but connect with him and everything is doing at greg mcewan dot com again that's m c k e l o w n i have two wonderful show sponsors with a great service for those of you are hiring and a really interesting business opportunity for those of you looking for that zip recruiter so if you're hiring you've got to know where to post your job to find the best candidates hiring can be allow more easier more streamlined less timeconsuming even when you're busy you can still be smart about the way you hire quality hires keep your business moving forward but.
"mcewan" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"You're listening to the impact theory podcast your source of empowering ideas and actionable techniques from the world's highest achievers join host tom bill you cereal entrepreneur and cofounder of billiondollar brand quest nutrition on a journey to unlock you potential and realize your vision of success welcome to impact i am very excited to be doing brain theory and this is what my boy dr jason mcewan who is the ceo of modia sell these going to be joining us we're going to be going deep on the brain what the things all about what exactly the mody as the vice is what best to be there stimulation is and why become obsessed and in fact what i want to do is i want to best they'd either stimulate during this part of the interview since i haven't won it yet today and so i want to get on that bad boy uh so yeah we're going to be talking all things brain and will probably get into a little bit of e r surgery as well as this man is an er surgeon so this is going to be a lot of fun i'm very much looking forward to this one as soon as we get all the chairs and place we will dive in deep full disclosure for anybody watching i will tell you that i am on the advisory board of modise health so keep that in mind and i am the king of what i called the world's worst infomercials because i'm only going to tell you the absolute truth but yeah i'm super excited about what this device maybe and i'm very excited about our guest who is a fascinating mind and somebody who.