13 Burst results for "Melville Melville"
"melville melville" Discussed on What We Said
"Two days of the week to kind of like help with blogging and stuff like that so yeah for majors and a day. I'll just be handling emails editing it. Just kinda depends styling picking out things and stuff like that and you guys shoot most stuff on iphone. Yeah yes we do. We do should have a little on the professional camera especially. If we are posting to the blog <hes> or she don't fresh canned but yeah i would say ninety. Eight percent of the pictures are on the phone. You slay yeah you are one of the people were family. You freaking work the iphone that like some oh wow yeah hunters are so thank you i feel i feel like there's pros and cons like there are times where i do like using the okay because i feel like at home really does capture like all of the all of the details of the fall and then like aren't necessarily blurred out but yeah we do enjoy it kind of makes it a bit easier so fun yet so we're going that we wanna ask some fashion tips one of my favorite people for fashion soak you. I wish people can see what you're wearing right. We'll take a picture story. So what are some must pieces for you that you cannot live live without in your closet that are just go to so. I feel like for the past couple of seasons. That's kind of been sneakers for me like that's really all i live in like sneakers a good pair pair of mom jeans which is kind of in transition f- like until like boyfriend gene so i that's kind of where i've been in a lot some denim shorts and then just basics like i'm obsessed with brandy melville melville right now so just like beijing tanks and all the basics really. That's just like woodham superintendent right now. What's your favorite pair of sneakers well. We'll have to say probably my balenciaga's just because like all these like jordan was like this is just outrageous like i was like. I'll never take them off. How sleep. I wear them forever like i'll never wear another sneaker. That's obviously not the truth but i do as most of the time they really do. Everything dressed up dress down so i really do like this. That's is one thing you can invest in. I feel like sneakers wear them. All the time in jordan is you're gonna like does you're going to go out next year like and then i like showed in this article. I think it's like who what we're something is like. Sneakers are here forever. Yeah well unity yeah there. Would what are what are we going to replace them. All right. There are some designer pieces that really really are just so worth it and i will admit to buy stuff that's designer where and i've said this on the podcasts before like i bought these gucci slides in their kind of regret and i've never worn them and i literally when the one time and i'm like that was probably my worst purchase sure but on the other hand. I bought a black shnell bag that i wear wear everyday yes. I'm like i've. I've got my money's worth all running every single day. It's it's just a forever piece for forever right so you just got a new hope for the right if if it's neutral flash as struggle like pulling the trigger on certain things that have picked out so many different stuff. I'm like it's just summit my yeah yeah. So what is your favorite way to kind of spice up an outfit man and it just depends on what it is. I guess like i feel like i always i'm gonna throw on like just.
"melville melville" Discussed on 710 WOR
"One zero seven ten a lot of questions here about Muller, first of all should have come out and given that statement in the first place. Clearly, he was pinning putting his thumb on the scale of impeachment. What do you think he said, do you think he secretly calling for congress to impeach the president? Do you think Trump should ignore it on that would be doing different? Or do you think congress should go the way it's going and just do nothing? But investigate, which I say is harassment harassment harassment and how about this for you? I think actually this whole thing works in Trump's favor, because the Democrats if they impeach that's going to hurt them, if they harass him that's going to hurt them, and all those Democrats in those swing districts, people elected them to do something to get something done for the people. I think they're going to be very upset that the Democrats are obsessed with one thing and one plate. I felt we weren't giving up and harassment. But we weren't. Throwing it out there for our listeners, one eight hundred here. The listeners Joe are you making a speech teen? It up one eight hundred three to one zero seven ten we want to hear from you. Hey, let's go to let's go to Don. Except I'm Trump Donald Melville, Melville dot. Good morning gentleman. This is Joe and Michael, I remember a famous saying by Pt Barnum, he said there's a sucker born every minute. Yeah. S show in Michael. Those are his supporters. They're the suckers, if they believe Trump is truthful. Got a big problem. You know, the whole thing about him John own what he said about by them. How do we even know that he said that Trump just made it up out a semi or stuck in a liar? Wow. Not to mention a racist. Pig while Don, do you think he do? You think it should be impeached? Well he deserves it. But I don't think you should figure should be the field up the polls and I think he will because most people are disgusted with this with this, man. Well, I agree with. I, I don't know that, that will happen. But I do agree with you. They shouldn't impeach. Thank you. Obviously, don. Wow. And expect that I call out of the box. Thank you, Don. How about the, the Steve in fairlawn? Hey, steve. What's up? I remember watching you watching sports on NBC way back today. I love even show with Michael quick thing, as far as obstruction of Justice. I wonder how much if he could ask the question how much destruction of Justice ways during their fire his best friend James, call me. Moller's best friend, James Coney. Wow. I don't know. I mean, that's clearly one of the item what he talked about ten but he didn't classify them. But there was supposedly ten areas he was looking into the sure I mean, he that was right there on television admitted. It so, yeah, that was. One other one other quick thing. Right. The candidate president obstruction of Justice. Why did you bring charging searching Justice? Can't Trump's staff. They're protected. Well, I interesting interesting point. Yeah. But, you know, it comes comes from the top, I mean, if he instructed Mcgann supposedly the fire Mahler but yeah. Mcgann brought indictments against Manafort. Popadopoulos rush. All right. Hey, let's go to Donna in one tag, New York wants want talk. Long island. Donna. Gentleman. I want to know if it was if they were truly looking for collision collusion with Russia. Why weren't they looking at the Clinton campaign as well, since the Clinton campaign Clinton dossier was? John. Desta clearly had connections to Russia is brother was a paid Russian agent mother know that they're looking at and Muller did say yesterday about the Russian interference or tempted into our campaign, and that was obviously. He wanted Muller said clearly, I believe that the Clinton campaign had just as much ability of collusion as the Trump campaign, we're looking at this. And thank you for the show like to know all those donations to the Clinton foundation, if any them came in, in Russian rubles, but he said that the clearly and Muller said yesterday that the, the Russians wanted Trump to win and wanted Hillary to lose. Let's take another one. How about Tracy in massapequa that I pronounced that, right? Peak was perfect. Thank you. Good morning. Didn't. I'm proud of you should be Tracy. Well, my whole thing is, we should go back to the beginning of this. Trump ran for president. Okay. He was down across at one time he was friends with all these people that want him dead now, so to them. It's like obvious. He's a traitor today them. He's got all the goods on them. They fear him. They fear him so badly. They want him gone in the worst way, they'll do anything to get rid of his thirty Warner. It's been aired. So the last forty years. Exactly. We know everything that he did. And the worst that he's done is not even that bad. I mean you know whatever it is. He is out there. They there's nothing they could drudge up that we don't already know. So it's I find it funny that they're trying to make stuff up and make him look like a racist Nazi. I mean for God's sakes, Jesse Jackson gave him an award twenty years ago for supporting the black community in Harlem. Oh, there wanna white that they want to wipe that out of a history books. I mean it's just it's, it's so insane. That it's so his, his life is an open book so much proof of him in part of helping the minority and. Tracy. I think there's some debate on both sides, including the central park, five this'll be the this'll be the beta that the at the ballot box. Thanks. Thanks for the call about John, New Jersey. What's up John Annandale up just a superior? Let's let's try someone else. How 'bout o our buddy Joe? What's up Joe enor-? You driving truck today. Joe? Yes, landing. I'm on my way to euro, our neck of the woods, queasy or very good. I've safely. It's been tough this morning. Exactly. Hey, listen. This is this, what Muller did yesterday is proof of the deep state. Okay. For one Alan Dershowitz. If you, if you respect a man for is constitutional prowess, and understanding the constitution. He was beside himself. Because when we live in a country where you're innocent until proven guilty and molar flip that around one hundred percent political and listen to the strategy here. This is his way of throwing out a bone to all the Democrats without having to answer one question from Republican legislators if he was to be in a hearing. Okay. They would've asked him. Did you know it was a fake dossier? When did it start did you look into Clinton all of these things, Donald is right? Okay. Right. That clown kit. More colluding, Joey gotta run. All right. Thanks. Hear from you. I'm glad to know where our listeners stand on the side of what's right. All right. Well, I well exception proves the rule. You're not gonna believe what I is unbelievable. You're not gonna believe what a white woman did to a black couple. I mean it's really really ridiculous. That's coming up next..
"melville melville" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Said that here's your quota today. Freedom-loving today from Alexis de Tocqueville, the American Republic will endure until the day congress discovers it can bribe the public with the public money. Now, the Tocqueville was French. So you have to take everything he says with a grain of I don't know palm fruits. But what? Google that. We the congress has discovered it can bribe the public with the public's money, which the wise man said will be the end of the Republic. Chelsea the book cannot nineteen thirty five. So he's probably traveling around. I'm guessing early thirties. Travel is slow back then. So that's amazing. Like, you said if that prediction were made in the nineteen thirties. Yeah. Yeah. And then this is he in many other insights into about our puritanism and hypocrisy over that sort of stuff. That's just incredible. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It it's incredibly an incredibly insightful exam of this country and his people also it's funny. This some. One of the other courts, I came across a I couldn't even believe it was him because it was a detailed comparison of democracy and socialism. And I thought that that sounds it sounds more like what's his name? The kind of that. I love it debated. Phil value is glasses Melville Melville. What's his name his name? Libertarian economist Milton Friedman. That's it Milton Friedman Friedmann, I thought surely somebody put Ditoto or Tocqueville's name next Milton Friedman quote, but no it was it's legit. It's Tocqueville comparising comparing I'm sorry, democracy and socialism. And it's absolutely mind blowing. I need to. I've never read the entirety of democracy in America to my shame. Does he have anything in there about the sort of people that put cash Easter eggs? I don't know. I just what that means for America. We I will hit you with that that Tocqueville quote during the next segment, but it's great you'll want to memorize it laziness on our part because the the the tooth phrase brings cash and so does the Easter bunny is it just a we didn't plan ahead. Maybe that's what it is. Talk to the person in charge of fanciful, Bentonville beasts or may. Or maybe you're just incredibly materials. Materialistic than can be. I don't know. We have posted for you at Armstrong and Getty dot com. The best video of the year, perhaps the decade, it is a man dressed head to toe in.
"melville melville" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Of great stuff. But I there's been confusion that I want to try to clear up here when I said before that I wanted people to semi pitches of the dogs and cats. So very well. And then I said, well, I told this little story when I had a parakeet named CLYDE. And I said, please send me your birds out a lot of people. This is the. Is the four P premise that? I was working on. All right. I understand that on Twitter people act irresponsibly, they're called Trump's. I'm Email people normally behave have their address a few photos one of them in bobbing myself. Johnson saw it that is not appropriate. You're gonna get a vibe is not in any way. What I asked for. No, nor did I ask for a dozen middle finger US for bird and your pet bird. A parrot parakeet a cockatoo. But not the one you sent me. Thanks. Pretty graphic pictures. It's not what I was looking for. And I don't appreciate it very explicit. This is my new album. It's my new Email address and they're making dirty. Good luck with that. All right. On the line with us out is the most versatile writer in this town from Forbes magazine, he's done it, all and he's done. It. Brilliantly degrade, carrot Cody high. I Angela how are ya? I gotta tell you last night very exciting. Very encouraging. What did you take a last night Sixers victory? Well, my my opinion, basically is if you lose that game the thread that overcomes this town is so palpable. But now at least you feel like against anybody in the east, given what's happened. You know, what happened on Sunday in Milwaukee? And what happened last night, you got a shot and the watch Jimmy Butler, who to be honest has the last couple of months perplex, a lot of people be the guy who stands up in the fourth quarter and wins the game for you. That's what you got him for that type of moment. And you know, they feel right now like they're building momentum. You know, they're they're certainly not a team without flaws. But the building momentum heading towards the playoffs in east. That's wide open. You know, what's fascinating about Butler. And you're right, man. I've never he's a confusing kind of guy to follow every day. He's up and down. He's all around. But but he goes to Embiid before the game and says to him, I'm tired. I'd probably only got one good quarter in me. Get me to the fourth quarter ever hurt. Anybody doing something like that? I mean, the only thing I've ever heard was getting me to the point boys from our? I mean, that's the closest I could ever here. But I've never heard players basically say look, I'm tired of more now. But yeah, I'll be there in the force that that type of stuff, it's interesting. Sometimes I wonder if it's part of what we build into our athletes is the sense of drama and Jimmy Butler for whatever you think of them loves a little bit of drama. I mean, his history is having that that moment in having that that idea of being able to. Project an air of the big moment. And it comes down to me. And that's what happened last night right now, I want to try to cause John Johnson to me. He's my six our expert. This guy knows basketball. It cited out he made a profound statement a little early. And I wanna to know if you agree or disagree with John's gonna make it again now. Kevin go ahead. John I believe based on what we have seen. Joel Embiid will win the Sixers and NBA title. Fox. Kevin cody. I'm not quite there yet. I think it depends on the level of luck. I think a lot of this John is gonna an Angela depend also on Simmons. I mean, you know, and how much he develops because I think it's some point here. They're going to have to make sure that the other weapons around Joel are able to back some of the pressure off and walk lots go depend on what happens this off season. Obviously the Butler and Tobias Harris stuff is gonna be front and center. Do I think the Joel Embiid Kim when you title yet, he's that type of performer and in that league, you need the centerpiece sky. Am I convinced though that, you know, am I convinced it's an absolute now, I'm not I'm not quite there. Just yet. My previous expert, Jack McCaffrey made a strong statement. I want to see if you're with him. He said that Embiid. Is the best player. He's ever seen on the Sixers. He included doctor J he included. Alan iverson. He included Charles Barkley. See the best you've seen Jacksonville will to then. He didn't put wealth it. I wouldn't have let him anyway. I yeah. What about that is? I we talking about a guy that's made even better than the two most iconic figures last two generations is a franchise transforming player. There's little doubt of that. Okay. Right. I think sometimes we get caught up in. I I can't believe I'm saying this about McCaffrey of all people in a recency bias that whatever's in front of us now is always the best. I think we have to let it play out a little more. I mean, these these last two years that that Embiid has had certainly rank them on the better in franchise history. But I'm not quite sure if I would put him right now above Docker or Allen, the body of work is just we longer his talent, though, his talent is as good as anybody's ever worn that uniform. There's a little back, and I'm not I'm Alan had it Dr J had his will to win his desire is amazing. Because I mean, not every player has that. He he will that victory last night. And you don't see that every day. No, you don't you wanna see that you want to see that attitude in your best player, and that attitude, I'm not gonna take anymore. You know, what that this is? This is what we're doing. And this is and this I think in John can speak to it better. I think that attitude. Yeah, we all look at his playfulness and off the court and everything, and you wonder sometimes well does that translate into a successful player because you know, does he have that desire and that fire at the big moment. We're seeing he does that is that is about as good a combination as you can have in an athlete in this town. He could be fun on the outside and relatable. But at the same time, we'll we'll do anything to win a game. This guy's got potential to be one of the Alzheimer's here in Philadelphia, Kev. I want wanna move you over to baseball because I got a theory. I wanna run by you. It's a conspiracy theory. Right. Okay. When Bryce Harper side. He was really brash about recruiting Mike trout by name. And then trout got a four hundred thirty million dollar extension with the angels. And it didn't sound like copper is that much disappointed at all. Would they in cahoots? You know, could they have been in cahoots to drive the price up. Sure. I you know, they both. I think Carper even said yesterday he had been in contact with with trap during the off season said, yeah, I want to set the bar. So you could smash. It was the comment. You know, I do I think it was a cahoots to land in any particular place. No, my trout. You know, everybody like instantly linked dots of once Harper guys here. And you know, he was him and trout we're talking before. So this instantly means trout's come into the Phillies. You know, getting that type of a contract in a police where he l he's very familiar, and they organization that he's very familiar with. And with an owner. That's very generous already. Marino granny. He doesn't have a lot of weapons around them. I mean by. I know it was going to be an uphill battle the sea of Mike trout. I mean in Los sick of it this way. What are the Anaheim angels? If my travel is not there, the neither way it was horrible. I don't like him anymore on I write to no longer. No, no, no. I'm right. Really want to play at home. What awaited okay? Seriously, if a station in Los Angeles. Okay. I think you ended up in Los Angeles beforehand and a station in Los Angeles ended up saying, you know, what we're gonna pay you three three times your salary. Okay. And you can stay in Los Angeles a play there and winter spring fall, whatever. Okay, you're not gonna take it. If you're coming. Kevin. I'm never leaving Philadelphia. Do you understand? They gave me five times what I make here for a single year radio. The answer is no do you want to spend. I of loyal. This is my place. This is the people I love. Why would I want to do something like that for the next twelve years when I'm professing? I love these coast and Melville. Melville? He doesn't love these goes. He loves four hundred thirty million. I've about something more than that. Detector go off. I agree. I agree that you would leave him for any amount of money. Twelve years the last six hundred seance, I don't care. You're saying I wouldn't leave here for. You really don't know me. The one thing about you. Doc. You're the classiest guy I've ever met you would never take money over geography. Clearwater is nice. No one thing. What does my wife say? You may want to move to Pennsylvania. Now, your wife loves it. Here. Kavakci would never leave Pennsylvania. I'm gonna would I would say look there's a lot of factors that player. I don't hold it against Mike trout that he decided to go play in Los Angeles for obscene amounts of money in a climate that I'm sure his wife loves there's no reason book it's been great for him to be here. I'm sure he would have said yes, the opportunity this would have been probably option number one after Los Angeles. But he's also a guy that is very comfortable with that situation. He doesn't have to play an enormous pressure. 'cause he's in the second team in LA. He's not gonna get the the attention of having to you know, we've up to every night playing like on the siege. Even the dodgers play on. So why not take the money at that point? If you're comfortable, and you can get you. That's Cody, I got one more for you. Maybe we can agree on this show. I think we're going to agree on one thing shows that not handle filmar Kelly's departure. Well, you're the statement was was clumsy, obviously, the three paragraphs book Phil set right yesterday a school can take whoever wants to be it's basketball coach, and you could there have been in exit plan developed going forward..
"melville melville" Discussed on 710 WOR
"All right but away ever tell you that my favorite book is Moby, Dick. Herman Melville Melville's just saying, yes, honestly. I mean, I I've never had that sort of surge I've ever heard any surgery for that matter. But no one's touching. Mr. midnight ain't gonna happen. This is mine. And mine only. Okay. All right. He's my Justin Bieber. Yeah. Yeah. Well, he sounds like kind of a strange guy. I mean, he would like check his Bank account like multiple times a day. A little bit excessive. I mean, don't checking your Bank account. You know, why you're fourbillion? He had the most expensive penthouse in Monaco. I mean, that's saying something Monaco is that the one right next to France. Yeah. I was going to confuse a Barack oh Monaco's. I went to a casino like to start you had to put like five hundred dollars. Place right through there without getting stopped because people like us they would throw us out like if you and I drove through Monica. We would we would just have the police. They would just like they would say keep going bright. But keep going just be happy with your Justin Bieber right beaver. Thank you. Yeah. I just had a stuffed. Yeah. We just no one's touching the dictator place. All right. In the space of three seconds. You have had multiple names for that. Yeah. All right. Everybody names the by the way. This is now. Oh, my friend thicky. I'm like what is that? Of course, now carissa. Like, your best friend. This is definitely too anyway. And he had a plus I'm just going to keep going on. I'm just real estate investment. A plush lily suburb BelAir, I'm just gonna keep going with this. And just pretend that you're not here and yet. Bothers me to no end, please. My wife calls him cute. That's not the time you use q. All right. You for sure wife right now. Well on that note. So it turns out the Democratic National Committee is not going to give Fox News any of its primary debates, the president has responded, and let's just say if you run another network, you ain't happy right now the details next on seven ten W. O R bluecross blueshield.
"melville melville" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"You're going for nineteen wins in a row today. Brooke? Okay. And you're gonna be playing Anthony from Bremerton. What's up Anthony? How much Anthony coming with a fire today? Passion to win trivia game. Come on. Yeah. All right. I'm gonna send Brooke out of the studio. Anthony fire the games played like this. You've got thirty seconds centers many questions as possible. If you don't know when just say pass to beat Brooke our win, okay? All right here, we go. Your time starts now. Former first lady Michelle Obama has a birthday today. How old is she? Tweaker hues worn by ballerinas are called what? What constellation represents a hunter with a club and a shield? In hockey and soccer. What's the term used when a player scores? Three goals in a game. Hattrick what is the medical name for your breast bone? Tesla. Comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, which one is the tiger Calvin in seventeen ninety six to world successful vaccine about three which disease. Smallpox can't bring rip back into the studio. Damn may. I think you killed it. I think your middle name is fire. Your last name is trivia, Anthony fire trivia. Really good job. All right. Brooke is back in studio, and you have your work cut out for if you wanna get to that nineteenth win. Yeah. You ready? I guess your time starts now. Former first lady Michelle Obama has a birthday today. How old is she gosh fifty four shoes worn by ballerinas are called what what constellation represents a hunter with a club and a shield. In hockey and soccer. What is the term used when a player scores? Three goals in a game. A hattrick. What's the medical name for your breast bone clavicle in the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, which one is the tiger Hobbs in seventeen ninety six the world's first successful vaccine was developed to treat which disease measles, Herman Melville Melville? Lord of all, right. Let's send it over to the scoreboard. And see how you guys did with Jose. I called her up.
"melville melville" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Greg Brandon's here is new book is the empire of, necessity slavery freedom and deception in the new world and I described this as de mythology ising a, brilliant, Melville short. Story short novella Benito cereno, about, a, slave uprising at a masquerade that deceives a massive Delano. From Duxbury, Massachusetts and. Professor we were discussing a Mazda. Dylan oh being. Not quite a success in all of, his adventures and he's he's. Tireless the man works all the time he never sleeps he gets it from, his his family the della knows their adventurous, but at the same time we have to watch Melville Melville's many years later. Although they share some of, the same players the young attorney who becomes an important player in the slavery battle in Massachusetts when he's. A young attorney he represents Delvino. In his law seeking a. When he wants to. Be. One wedding wants to seek compensation For his actions. The important actions, with, the trial, but Melville. Himself comes from a family I learned in an elaborate, footnote that you provide a family that. Has a a shadow it's the shadow of a slave revolt against the, family that Melville comes from and there were young people and a sixteen year old girl who was, hanged, because of. The slave revolt in Albany, New, York, does that does that weigh on Melville's opinion of what. Dylan oh, well I. Think in slavery in general I. This is the. Question Melville didn't leave any diary entries, or or correspondence of what. He was thinking when you wrote Benito cereno and this is a debate among, Melville scholars about his opinion of slavery slitting, Melville was was was a democrat and he believed in emancipation they believed in. In in freedom for individuals, he was against chattel slavery as an institution but also he was witnessing I think he was living through Through what, the institution of slavery was doing. To the United States and he was. Tortured by you felt I think he was at an impasse the impasse though is in. That living in denial the wealth I read you correctly the wealth of New, England has to be presented as based upon slavery the number of slaves after seventeen seventy six was in excess of, five million flowing to? The age of liberty so there was nothing about? Liberty, that, stopped slavery in fact it encouraged, it, did Melville ingest ingest. That growing up and did he put it into Benito cereno yes and what he put into Benito cereno. I think is is is a sense of hopelessness he he had come. To the conclusion that that America face, to choices and the eighteen. Sixties had it could it could it could. Fight against slavery and the inequity sinful inequity, that slavery was and risk. Destroying the Republic the experiment and The liberty that the United States was either do revolution or through war through fragmentation or it could accept the fact that that that liberties I can leave slavery in place and accept the fact that liberty for, sun meant slavery Meant slavery, for others and it was. That pessimism.
"melville melville" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I always say this that it's true my reputation is an oral advocate improved dramatically when i became the chief justice but he's he's he's very engaging and i certainly hope and i know he is planning on continuing to be engaged in explaining to people how the court functions what it is and explaining how our democracy functions he's going to be a wonderful resource i think for for all of us just occurred to me these are very very harsh and divisive political culture and it's it's it's kind of a moment i think when the court needs to stress and you've been so marvelous in this regard and i don't think anybody i don't know of anybody who is more committed to the character and integrity of the courts as an institution and now it seems to me is a a moment where we have to emphasize we're not a political bias and we're not partisan actors and you've been wonderful i think and i know i speak for all of my colleagues in expressing my appreciation for your a commitment to the character and integrity and detachment of the the third branch and a renewed commitment to the rule of law and equal dignity under law and at this point in a nation's history the uniqueness of the judiciary is so important and no one has done more to emphasize that then you have and i wonder if you could just talk to us a little bit about the special mench special mission of the third branch why were so important to the country and also how's it functioning and what are the relationships among colleagues and that that kind of thing but let us give us an insight into that well i don't judge jay harvey wilkinson justice john roberts great insight but maybe i'll just pick up where you left off in the one thing that i feel it's important to report and i think i do it often when i'm here at the end of the term is that despite what it may look like relations among the justices are very very collegial we we have sharp disagreements on matters that are quite important and we have taken a common oath to workout are the cases and come to our own conclusions and and you know try to explain those to the public even when they're in the minority but however direct the disagreements may seem we we do know that we are all in it together melville fuller who was chief justice for a very long time and it's actually one of the good lessons in humility i could name all these great chief justices no one's heard of melville melville fuller is one of them in moore's and weight and oliver but anyway established this great tradition we have before we go on the bench for an argument or before we go into conference to discuss cases we all shake hands with each other and it really is a way to symbolize before you go into that we are colleagues together even as we're going to have such disagreements and you know it it frankly even from day to day it's really hard to become embittered with somebody when you're shaking their hands the next day and it's a it's a great custom and we continue it and it doesn't bother you a sense in which we think place a high value on collegiality in civil discourse in our work somebody who may be may seem your greatest adversary in one case maybe you warm his friend in the next one well of course and that's a great thing about how the system works and it's no different than on the court of appeals where you have the same experience yeah over this for this past year there've been some studies that have have come out about interruptions of female justices on the bench and interruption of female advocates and lawyers at the podium in the studies have gone into in depth into the giants and have reached the conclusion that the female justices were subject to interruption more regular basis been the mayo justices were lawyers lawyers you mean yeah by the justice female lawyers were subject to interruption and the men were the ones that were doing the interruption interrupting and i was just wondering whether we're not talking about disrespect where we simply talking about interruption of women in the courtroom i was wondering whether you perceive that to be to be a problem you know i read some of the.
"melville melville" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I always say this that it's true that my reputation as an oral advocate improved dramatically when i became the chief justice but he's he's he's very engaging and i certainly hope and i know he is planning on continuing to be engaged in explaining to people how the court functions what it is and explaining how our democracy functions he's going to be a wonderful resource i think for for all of us just has occurred to me that these are very very harsh and do this political culture and it's it's it's kind of a moment i think when the court needs to stress and you've been so marvelous in this regard and i don't think anybody i don't know of anybody who is more committed to the character and integrity of the courts as an institution and now it seems to me is a a moment where we'd have to emphasize we're not a political body and we're not partisan actors and you've been wonderful i think and i know i speak for all of my colleagues in expressing my appreciation for your a commitment to the character and integrity and detachment of the the third branch and a renewed commitment to the rule of law and to equal dignity the law and at this point in animations history the uniqueness of the judiciary is so important and no one has done more to uphold that emphasized app and you have and i wonder if you could just talk to us a little bit about the special mench special mission of the third branch why we're so important to the country and also how's it functioning and what are the relationships among your colleagues and that that kind of thing but let us give us an insight into that well i don't know if it's any great insight but maybe i'll just pick up where you left off in the one thing that i feel it's important to report and i think i do it often when i'm here at the end of the end of the term is that despite what it may look like relations among the justices are very very collegial you know we we have sharp disagreements on matters that are quite important and we have taken a common oath to you know workout are the cases and come to our own conclusions and and you know try to explain those to the public even when they're in the minority but however direct the disagreements may seem we do know that we are all in it together you know melville fuller who was chief justice for a very long time and it's actually one of the good lessons in humility i could name all these great chief justice has no one's heard of melville melville fuller is one of them in morrison weight and oliver but anyway established great tradition we have a before we go on the bench for an argument or before we go into conference to discuss cases we all shake hands with each other and it really is a way to symbolize before you go into that we are you know colleagues together even as we're going to have such disagreements and you know it it frankly even from day to day it's really hard to become embittered with somebody when you're shaking their hands the next day and it's a it's a great custom and we continue it and it doesn't bother me a a sense in which we think place a high value on collegiality in civil discourse in our work of course somebody who may be may seem your greatest adversary in one case maybe you warmest friend in the next one well of course and that's a great thing about how the system works and it's no different than on the court of appeals where you have the same experience yeah over this over this past year there've been some studies that have come out about interruptions of female justices on the bench and interruption of female advocates and lawyers at the podium and studies have have have gone into in depth into the or log uments and have reached the conclusion that the female justices were subject to interruption on a more regular basis than the male justices were by lawyers the lawyers you mean yeah the justice female lawyers subject to interruption and the men were the ones that were doing the interruption interrupting and i was just wondering whether we're not talking about disrespect where we simply talking about interruption of women in the courtroom i was wondering whether you perceive that to the to.
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"To reformulate it so that i now think sometimes when i look back at that essay wasn't so much the his the hysteria side of things i was criticizing as in some ways the the realism side of things that's to say the two parts of that critique the critique was about a kind of comedy but the critique was also about a certain way in which those novelists were once very unrealistic but at the same time in terms of the grammar of the fiction would just following a felli boring realism they didn't seem to me to be doing anything very interesting with full but you're right of course that feeling of the novel being in competition particularly with american reality is not a new one and you could probably say goes all the way back to sit of melville melville's the confidence man but but the full mention philip roth famously talked to the sixties about american reality sort of out doing fictions abilities to catch up on i suppose i i suppose i his what i wouldn't change we're in hysterically unreal times but does it follow that the novel which as you rightly suggest is always to some extent about disclosing reality does it follow that the novel is trying to mirror or embody that or is the novel doing something related to but subtly different from that kind of lived experience of hysteria in other words i think you could you could make a case that precisely what we don't need now is fiction that exactly maps onto the executive times yeah that's interesting i i remember reading a salmon rushdie quote which i always thought was was a strange way of looking at things where he essentially says about writing about india he says india's a big place at crowded place it's hot there's tons of energy and so pros to capture india essentially needs to be all those things and i thought that's kind of a category error of some sort absolutely an was bruni critiques both in sas form and in the form of his own fiction by the anglo indian writer amit chowdhury who's been very good on this the site this idea of sort of this fallacy this idea that you just you you fill up the form with the thing it's representing and then it looks like the thing that's representing it should be said again that's that's an interesting it's interestingly written into i think the american challenge it's written into the project the the great american novel it's written into say whitman's work when whitman says america's the greatest poem and so it's not going to go away i think as a particular kind of frothiness for four american rises just to add to what you were saying about roth at old essay of yours you wrote about roth he has shown that modern artifice in american realism are not incompatible but actually feed each other perhaps his greatest novel the counter life takes what it needs from postmodern self consciousness and fictive games in mounts a moving inquiry into what it means to lead a life i before we go i just i was hoping you would you would if you had anything else to say about about philip roth what he meant to you as a as a writer and now with his death what you think.
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"Bring him to justice indictment came just hours after weinstein's lawyers said he had decided not to test for testify before the grand jury saying they didn't have enough time to prep it weinstein has maintained that any sexual activity he participated in was consensual on long island a pilot killed when a small plane crash today not far from the cemeteries in melville melville our fire chief david caplan toll cbs to that this was vintage plane that went down in the woods then quickly burst into flame extremely lucky that nothing was hit houses are approximately two hundred feet from radio playing a witness told police he saw the plane spinning in the air and heading down and then boom a really loud noise the plane was part of that air show at bethpage which went on this past weekend again nobody heard on the ground so far still no word tonight on the cause wins news time eight twenty four as they say the bigger they are the harder they fall and attorney general barbara underwood says this guy was pretty big one gymnast the ninety nine count criminal indictment charging queens investment advisor dean must've folly with running a multimillion dollar securities fraud scheme how big listen to this well tell dozens of new yorkers mostly seniors invested about twelve million dollars with him and lost eleven million she says must've folly invested people's lifelong savings to invest in his edge fun says they didn't even know it and when the fun collapse she says he doubled down into even more of it on the health trump they're telling people that fortyfive is the new ways to go and get screened for colon and rectal cancer of the american cancer society just updated its guidelines correspondent jennifer king are you a generation x adult who's been putting off colon cancer screening.
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"Him to justice the indictment game just hours after weinstein's lawyers that he had decided not to testify before the grand jury saying they didn't have enough time to prep him weinstein has maintained that any sexual activity he participated in was consensual on long island pilot killed when a small plane crash this afternoon not far from the cemeteries melville melville polish fire chief david caplan telling cbs to that this was a vintage plane that went down to the woods then quickly burst into flames extremely lucky that nothing was hit houses are approximately two hundred feet from witness telling felicia saw the plane spinning in the air and heading down to them boom loud noise the plane was part of the air show at bethpage which went on this weekend fortunately again nobody on the ground hurt so far there is no word on the cause wins news time six twenty four felt as they say the bigger they are the harder they fall and attorney general barbara underwood says this guy was a pretty big one ounce the ninety nine count criminal indictment charging queens investment advice dean must've folly with running a multimillion dollar securities fraud scheme how big you ask all told dozens of new yorkers mostly seniors invested about twelve million dollars with him and lost eleven million she says must've folly invested people's lifelong save is retirement monies to invest in his hedge fund says they didn't even know it and then when the fun collapse she says he doubled down and took even more now he's facing grand larceny forgery securities fraud cetera if he's convicted he could get twenty years out of this thing an update on the lookout for red tail boa constrictor the description well if you stand him up you'll be six feet tall the broome county humane society posted the escape on its facebook page saying the serpent got out of its enclosure earlier this week earlier this week he's been out there says he was last seen near binghamton high not to worry though we're told red tail boys eat small animals killing their prey by squeezing them to death wins news time six twenty five it's.
"melville melville" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"American stories we continue our story about a storyteller uh in his goal with the next novel that would change everything back to greg hangar and the story of herman melville melville saw in hawthorne the writer he aspire to be and eventually dedicated the finnish novel to his friend here's hawthorn biographer genes mallawi somebody like automobile encouragement just by the fact that he had managed to do this great book the scarlett letter working john themes about the dark side of human nature not heat that encouraged melville two two son of re think the book about the whale that he had already started doing then decided that he could make something greater here's melville historian g leader he wanted to write bi call on uh at so some of that admiration israeli the admiration of of a disciple whereas hawthorn took the general and made them particular melville tended to take real events and made them symbolic an suggestive here's poet and novelist robert worn great wrote paul thorn saying you dare to say the unsaleable you recognize the evil in our universities and he totally unlike say emerson who called all evil or cnn midday them mumps measles of the universe to be soon outgrown that was not melewar there will never be outgrown its unending battle against white way yet fall of eighteen fifty with an advance from his publishers melville bought a one hundred in sixty acre farm in pits feel massachusetts he named it errol head here where he would finish what would become the metaphysical classic moby dick here again is a robert lee shakespeare away chose voices says ventriloquist's o f for saying too well at once admiring shakespeare and at the same time wanting to say we must have shakespeare's here why no american shakespeare's in august eighteen fifty one melville finished moby dick he was thirty one years old and had written an american book worthy of sheikhs pierre a fast palestinian terrifying story of good and evil told through the adventures of one man's mad pursuit of a great white wale the book is a simultaneous combination of an adventure story a detailed account of the whaling industry a cautionary tale and a metaphor whose meaning scholar still argue over today here's how moby dick begins call me shmayleh's some years ago never mind how long precisely having little or no money in.