21 Burst results for "Meriwether"
79: The Indian Wars (Part 3): Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce & Standing Bears Fight for Civil Rights
"By the mid nineteenth century. The nez peers have a well established history of living peacefully beside explorers and sellers of the united states. This goes all the way back to meriwether. Lewis and william clark's corps of discovery indeed when the core made it to the pacific northwest in eighteen. O five they had nothing but good things to say about the nez perce or the real people as they call themselves. Nez pierce is a mispronunciation of the french term for them napi. I'll say meaning pierced nose. William wrote that the nez pierce showed them quote great acts of hospitality close quote which as historian peter causes points out may may not have included the explorer. Fathering a child with anez pierce woman. But we won't dwell on the degree to which william may have enjoyed making contact with an as
"meriwether" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"To see the Amazon Prime Butthole pooping out the packers. Yes. Leave it at the door. I'm I'm curious to know what your experience was with. with how new girl run five, six, seven seasons seven seven seasons. Yeah. No. That is already like rarefied television air you got to go for seven seasons which is. Not. Common particularly now now like it's not that common anymore. But? Getting on a show must have been a like getting on a Sitcom to me. It was always like well, that's the ultimate you get on a Sitcom. Schedule Your said it's fun. You know but. You must have had expectations going into that show. So with it after a season or two that you sort of felt like, oh I you know like, did you notice it any more? Did you have to keep reminding yourself like Hey, this is not happen very often what was what was that experience? Mentally after you up at seven years it was a roller coaster dude, I mean the first season. You know when you first get the call on the show. You know it's a dream come. True. So you don't know what to do. Until. Day Haven't felt that excitement about something. Like the initial excitement you know what I mean So that that that first moment was holy crap. My whole life is about change. I have the skill and this ability to do something that the world's GonNa see finally like I've been telling people I'm really good at this thing like I only get to do it at second city you see be but like I wanna do on tv now you know and finally when someone's approves of you to someone proves to be able to do that. You have this burst of joy but then right afterwards, there's this fear. Go if I fuck it up like now the world will see a fraud might have scam artists like Hopefully I'm good in that first season. There wasn't a lot of development. My characters in my character was a bit of a replacement character so it was A. Character in its entirety. So you know they hadn't written for this character. They hadn't really developed this character yet. So it was a bunch of me just trying to. Piece it together on the fly as my first time being on television like in that capacity. So That fear was weighing on me I thought it was going to be fired every episode. I just thought you know they're gonNA write me off. Winston gets hit by a bus like this is the day Winston you know gets you know he just randomly moves to go somewhere you know and I just and that that was hard for me. In. But the writers in the show Liz meriwether and my fellow actors, they definitely encouraged me and kept saying it's GonNa get better. It's GonNa get better and it did. And then the the normalcy of it all started to kick in where you forget sometimes that you're still lucky to be here, and this isn't a job that you should take lightly because someone genuinely would kill you for this job. There are people out there who would slice my throat to get this job you know, and so I have to stop and remind myself of that Just to just to keep the excitement going as well because. This is our what we do what we get to do for a living very privileged to do it, but it wasn't easy. I mean I'm sure you've had your roadblocks in your ups and downs the same way everybody else does. And as long as you keep that in the back of your mind..
"meriwether" Discussed on KFC Radio
"He's an instagram teacher. Teaches for five minutes just gets that clip and gets it out? When he makes some instagram and he hires the. Man Always Scheming. When we had Max on, we asked him a question and he didn't skip a beat. Now, I have A. Superstar takes on this actually 'cause I've waned with my opinion I used to firmly believe that nick ended up with Reagan and in my carton washed. New Girl. Nonstop you guys do you know when you were filming like you were going to be on the Pantheon of sitcoms like once it hit Netflix's I. Feel like it really really took off. It's whenever I tweet about Nick Miller I it goes viral almost every time. I'll be honest with you I think I. Know we did. You know the difference with new girl which was frustrating was. I think we all knew we had somewhat of a Dream Team. I think we had a great cast on that and we had a killer crew. and Liz meriwether as show runner is a monster creatively and we had some killer writers We were not a show that was widely loved. On so the first season, we got a lot of attention and people liked it and we had a moment of like, oh, we could be one of those shows, but by season three and season four. It. was more when I would go out, people would go you still doing that show and I'm like Yes asshole it's on tonight. It's worrying a second life but more think new girl has always been niche group of people who love it and to them. It's huge. So there's still a huge population who've never heard of it and never will and I mean I guess that's more the. Everything is really fragmented, but new girl has always been in my opinion very loud in a very small group I. Think I think you're underselling it. Now I think that group has grown exponentially with everything when it gets on streaming gets that second push I I don't know why I watched. I watched the premiere and like I, wasn't really. Stupid. No it was like it was like I wasn't really. that. With new girl. It's the only thing I've ever done where and I'm not saying you this nic but people for that move men especially dudes always.
"meriwether" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Meriwether. Well here captain. He's joined the army. As a matter of fact, he's becoming. He's been in big company nearly three weeks now. Yes, Sir I know except that I didn't realize he was the Granville meriwether. A while ago, I got looking through a bunch of old playbills, and I ran across -is well. He's played nearly all Shakespeare Cap. He's still can't mount a Horse Mr Cyber. I know and I don't understand it. On the stage, he moves with the greatest ease and grace for instance in duels on the stage of course I've seen him show. You said you were busy, didn't you? I, said I was. Wonder, cabin. Maybe if I work with Mr meriwether weather on his horsemen make a trooper outta him. You do for a medal. Oh. Tell him to make these learning for a part that might be the best approach. Tell you the truth I'd like to meet him and talk to him anyway. You talked to him. Ask Him if he ever played the part of Kit Carson. Kit. Carson Captain Yeah. We could use a good guide. On. Eighty you know girl stretchy leagues good. Up to more. Join me a little. and not that I ain't breed would. You got any idea what happened me if they found me out here this time of night. Might Affect. They found you around here at all..
Fonts Can Send Political Messages
"Here's something weird. Certain thoughts can send political messages. And with that. I am announcing my campaign for presidency using economic sense. Ms Well actually when you listen to this research you're gonNA realize why you don't WanNA use Comic Sans. Because nobody likes. It and liking fonts is one big part of this. I like Comic Sans No you. Don't nobody likes Comic Sans Vinyl run using papyrus even worse. My running mate will be Matthew mcconaughey all right well. A little while ago. A researcher at Virginia Tech named Kathryn Hanshin Notice that a local political candidate use different fonts on their signs in rural areas than they did in town as a political messaging expert. She wondered. Why was there. Something different about the fonts that worked best with people in the city versus people in the country so Hanshin turn that question into a research project. She and her team surveyed more than two thousand people to find out what they thought of various typefaces. And whether they thought fonts lined up with political ideologies sure enough they found that fonts can send political messages people see Fonseca's having liberal or conservative leanings. And the more people think of aligns with their thinking the more they'll like it. So here's the breakdown. Funds come in two basic varieties Sarath and sans Serif. A Sarah is a little liner stroke at the end of a letter. Think Times New Roman or your classic typewriter font the stuff you see in Newspapers Sans Serif Fonts are the ones without syrups silicon Arial Helvetica or the meriwether sands of the curiosity logo or just look at your keyboard right now. Chances are those letters are in a San Serif style. The study showed that generally speaking Sarah Fonts are considered more conservative and Sans Serif. Fonts are seen as more liberal. Bold type is seen as more conservative than Italic type but there are some differences within font families for example the highly serif black letter typeface. You usually see on the masthead of the New York Times and the Washington Post was seen as more liberal by conservative participants. Possibly because that's how they see these outlets specifically the important thing is that the more people viewed a font aligned with their ideology the more they liked it and vice versa. Basically this research shows that fonts have meaning and they're not just all about looks so as the two thousand twenty election heats up maybe take a closer look at those lawn. Signs and billboards design has a bigger impact than you think.
"meriwether" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Clinton and he had sex. I'm sure he had sex. He looks like he's banging. I mean he's married four times he must be getting. I mean God bless whatever blood can make it through those arteries rashes deck once. When when are you sweating? Those was thinking about side in two thousand one limbaugh announced to two thousand one so this was back in two thousand and three they had You know regular reporters Eh information autumn. Two thousand six. He's in big trouble for these pills. let's see two thousand one so before. This limbaugh announced that he had lost most of his ability. Ready to hair I can on your television cannot hear music. I am for all practical purposes death. It's happened in three months. I don't see how there's not a connection you know when there's a connection I knew when I knew I had to stop drinking but then there'd be a day when I'm sober and I bump into something it'd be a look. I do that sober. What's the problem like you he now? How's it this isn't helping these pain pill? I love that he started that like a Dr seuss Poem Radio. I hear your home yeah. I'm deaf for all practical purposes. It's happened in three months now. It's APP in years. There's IT's happening years. He was diagnosed with autoimmune. Inner ear disease his doctor when he was asked. Hey could be from all these pills like we will know until we do an autopsy Put money on that autopsy right now I WanNa know how did you. How did you know you needed to stop drinking? What was the thing that did it? It was it was the the meriwether mayweather. and M may fight against that honour Conor McGregor that goofy shit our the started drinking and so I was already drinking and and then I decided to go out to this bar and I've never paid for one of those things but like I don't know what it was twenty bucks thirty bucks and I'm like well I'm definitely GonNa be drinking during this. I'M GONNA sneak in one of those things.
The Call Of The Wild!"
"Only last. I've talked heroes they. They were racing through time and space hot on the heels of mastermind. Dr Steve who had jumped back to the year eighteen thousand five steeler compass. From the Lewis o'clock expedition. They had also been burdened with the responsibility of taking care of Dr Floyd's smothers pomeranian puppy Mr beauty and decided to bring him along with them. Mr Beaches finally sleeping quietly. Dr Floyd Really. He must be worn out from chewing up your copy of brilliant and scientists monthly digest ships. Says we're coming out of time and space stream now in Missouri. Eighteen O five excellent. Got Your locate Dr Steven Pitcher. Make sure they stay away from Lewis and Clark land. Let's see what that no good Dr Steven it's up to keep. It looks like the fire has died out Lewis and Clark sleeping now. SAAG Chad's to sneak into the camp and sue I but compass Steve Creeps into the camp. Let's turn our attention. DACA FLOYD DR grant and chips for now. Sending their time and space ships gangplank come on got grant quickly and shut the door. Why's that Dr Floyd? We don't want Mr Beaten just makes a mad dash around pass. docker Rose Bushes to get. Ah Gone founder Dr Grant now we have to stop Dr Steve Anything Mr Bearden team. I'm sorry I didn't mean to. I know you just better hope. He doesn't get eaten by a bear. Anything goofing we'd better split up then how chips and I go. Stop Dr Steve. And you'll go find Mr Beardie okay. We'll do let's keep in touch with handy. Communicator ring we have handy communicator. Rings brings of course we do. Here's yours ever mentioned these until now initiative needs it's a well-placed pluckily freight idea. Okay let's go the white white heads off into the direction that Mr beaches was running Dr Grant and chips start. Trucking towards the camp of Louis o'clock we're talk to. Steve is now tiptoeing to supply boxes over there. The one marked navigation. I should must hold the campuses. Yes we'll just grab it and go. ooh This new Dr Floyd inside. Steve Reaches for the box of supplies. Let's see how not avoid. It's very hard for Mr Beardie. Jim Leach EP. Where are you Mr Beauty? Change a nice little cookie for you. Da Vinci's to yellow eyes staring at him from abortion. Oh No don't be grumpy. Wants to take you the teams wrestled with Mr Barrington's. Let's see what progress granite chips chips. Look there's Dr Steve. He's going through those boxes. We've got to stop it a pebble. What are you gonNA use a pedal deadly accuracy? Only befitting a robot chips hurls the pebble directly at the head of the sleeping meriwether Lewis. Oh Hey what hit. Who was looks around? The camp doesn't listen to see a grinning Dr Steve Holding one of their compass. Hey get away from their Clark. We got what we'd rob kids guns. Let's get visits Stephen figure dive into the bushes heading back towards their ship. Have come on. We're almost to the ship. Visit Dr Steven Features Stop Dead in their tracks by growling sound from the bushes in front of them. Does something ahead of us in that Bush. Go see what what it is. I'm not going to go. It could be a bear better. Hope it's a bear because he's GonNa go a lot easier on you than we are. Yes gentleman I I suppose you would like encompass back that would be a good start. Yes well we're here you go. Then Steve Throws the compass high in the back towards Lewis and Clark and if they stare at him and featured jumping in the bushes back toward San look at what a chicken. Let's go lock down the supply Clark head back to their camp. Dr Grant and chips come out of their hiding spot. Animal is still in the bushes. I hope it's not a really It's Mr Puritans come here boy. Boy wouldn't Dr. Steve embarrassed to know he was scared of a Pomeranian puppy. You're right chips. Hello Dr Floyd come in in Dr Steve Well Lewis and Clark did but he got away again. Of course we get Mr Beauty. Kin's gone back to the ship willing bringing down now. WHO's able to get Mr Beardie Chins? But we have Mr Bernie Chin upon returning to their ship grand chips find a tattered unscratched leaning up against a large. Wouldn't cry when Mr Brady Tennessee. Star Floyd hops out of Dr Grants hands and runs over to him looking space halo mystery beardie tea. Dr Floyd Mr Bearden Chins was with us the whole time I could him and put him in his screen. He put up a heck of a fight for such a little guy. Just then whatever is in the scranton besides loosening the nails holding the crate together. Dr Floyd. I don't think you've come Mr Barry. I think you've got something else. He's getting out as our heroes dive aboard the ship. The great and ask the ramp is closing the outline of a huge gray wolf unsettling dust our heroes wasted time and firing up the ship's engines than jumping back in the mainstream. Dr Steven Rayle their next. We'll be able to figure out. How long will they have to police it? Mr Mayor de Gen- find out next week on the radio mentors abductor.
"meriwether" Discussed on Q95
"Meriwether Lewis and William Clark remarking civic ocean thank you the punch line I'm working on some of the some of the baby Jesus or the kid or some second you we I'm sorry secondly a Lewis and Clark made it to the Pacific Ocean on this date in eighteen oh five great book undaunted courage highly recommend great store credible make it across the green how did they know well the Grand Canyon doesn't us did they just follow until it ended and then go across and what I know there's all kinds of stuff they had to deal with now turns the Rockies inserts nails they are still the same my friends would cover I'll get Reno you'll really they would they would set up a camp and then they would go on trips for several days away from that one camp to explore on how good looking for the Northwest Passage masterpiece there's a bit of the diary in this one I want one of the things in the dire were the good weather I for one of them goes on the men were paddling extra fast to get back to the base camp because they buried their tobacco there when are you as someone who I know as a top al yeah I could paddle click a fish aficionado of tobacco you could see how that would happen exploring it's interesting to me so they they they have a base camp then they go out well they would and then they come back and then have to go out again well they would repeatedly set up a new one okay a new base camp and go from there it's so you re in there's a there's a well the good news is they didn't eat the Newfoundland like I I'll allegedly find out about the bad news was eighteen sixty three November nineteenth Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg address name of the guy that went before him arsenal.
"meriwether" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Diaper perform feet, my hands never leave. Oh, it's a deal mrS Hall. Thanks a lot. Dr. This has been wonderful. Yes. I found it rather. Interesting myself. Let me know how you get along. A good day. Bye, sir. Bye. Nikki if you pool is boy out of his sensitive isolation and making one of the crowd. It'll be a magic actor which you may. Well, be proud. Oh, not just he's really nice boy, not a pride. You'll be all right. And if he makes a fraternity then maybe you can accept his father's donation to the gymnasium. I think not I don't want Steffi. Get it. Oh, yes. Mr marietta. If you'd be here. No, no, not at all. Goodbye, Mr. Meriwether. Yeah. He initially Wellman have something they wanted to discuss with you. This is a seventy misdemeanor by Mr. Wellman have been asked or have volunteered to make me change my mind. My question persuasion, blackmail, blunt instrument and offhand think about blunt instrument, Mr. Wellman. Nardello? I hope to goodness they're not going to stay long tonight is for you lentil soup. Lentil soup. We just swimming about. Wishing they were being eaten a blue Giles's Jose. You remember Charles on Poteen street? God, I do dotty. You took me that landed New York pursue beenish it so very pancakes. And I was a slim young actress with a new wardrobe who is about to open and give them tear live at the time. We'd walked all the way to central park. I was hungry again someday Vicky..
SEC Fines DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather For Illegally Promoting A Fraudulent ICO
"DJ Khallid and Floyd Mayweather didn't say that they are being paid by this company. In order to avoid Meriwether wax. Another fight. Exactly. I mean, he. He has so much turn to a little bit about. Yeah. Just a smidge. And then he was fitting, and he had the SEC SEC even more money. Tom Hanks isn't early talks to play Djupedal in Disney's live at can adaptation of Pinocchio. The director of Paddington is behind this project. Tom Hanks busy next year. He's starting to the World War movie. Greyhound Toy Story four and he's currently filming the Mr. Rogers movie mister Rogers is so busy. I know and lead singer maroon five Adam LeVine says all the innovation in music is happening in hip hop right now. In a new interview with variety Levin said his goal is to make songs that don't sound dated in ten years time. And he says that hip hop is better than everything else. And that rock music is nowhere. And it's like it hasn't even been invited. Much to the NFL in the Super Bowl. I mean because it's in Atlanta, and they don't have an art. I mean, this is convenient timing. But remember they haven't been officially confirmed Super Bowl halftime show and finally bohemian rhapsody a box office mash, but one of the movies big scenes nearly didn't make the cut into Queen stepped in to keep it Brian May says that he and Roger Taylor fought to keep a scene in. Where Freddie Mercury tells the band that he wants to make a solo album may also seen gut wrenching and says it's favorite in the movie, but nearly wound up on the cutting room floor due to time concerns.
"meriwether" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"AM, seven Tucson's. Most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know the illegal alien that we talked about a couple of days ago that was released by Middlesex County, New Jersey back in December because they are sanctuary county. They wanna work with ice just picked up in Missouri for murdering three people turns out, he was a two time Decca recipients, we'll get into that. And that just nice second thing that I think you need to know the caravan at Joe Scarborough and his face in his billboard is. And I really think I'm offending Dilbert. When that happens, and I don't want to because like Scott Adams. Anyway, Joe Scarborough says this caravan is a conspiracy theory, and it cost Trump the election. Well, this caravan already arrived in Tijuana, and it's near San Diego. And as a matter of fact, they were sitting on top of the the Bollard fence, they add there. These these migrants sitting on top until Borba came by they jumped back into the Mexican side. But you're right nothing to see here. It's all good. Third thing that I think you need to know in Palm Beach county, every ballot-counting machine broke down. So all started seventy nine thousand early votes need to be recounted what a mess Palm Beach county Broward County Broward. I don't think he's even begun counting early votes. What a disaster what a disaster. There you go three things, I think you need to know. So some we haven't been all of these crazy schools. There's been overrun by politics. And there's always politics. It is what it is. Don't and we have plenty of stories. Don't get me wrong. I'm gonna get to all these things. But there's a lot of stuff to talk about today. And some of these things I was like, you gotta be kidding me. What what is what is the deal right here? A professor at a university actually did the right thing and for doing the right thing. Was reprimanded by his university. So now he's suing them because that's what we do. Right. That's that's what we do. A guy named nNcholas Meriwether teaches philosophy and religion at shawnee state university in Portsmouth, Ohio. He refused to call a male students that identifies as a chick, sir. Actually was chastised by calling him, Sarah. So as a male student that identifies as a female. And the obviously a male and the Ohio professor was calling the students, sir. He's now suing officials stating is evangelical Christian beliefs dictated, his actions. And then at the university is violating his constitutional rights. In January twenty eighteen a male student demanded that Dr Meriwether address him as a woman because he identified as such and threatened to have Dr Mary Mary weather fired if he declined. Oh, that's going to get you. Yeah. Right. You better. Call me, by the way. What kind of grade you think you're gonna get, you know, by the way, if this this professor legal, screw you. I'm giving you an effort D or whatever then it'd be a big problem. But if you're a conservative, and you speak up, a disagree, and you get a deer, and nobody university and university doesn't ever do anything about it. Right. So anyway. This. This is this is crazy this professor this doctor was going to do this. It would go against his religious beliefs. Even forget religion. How about common frigging sense, right? So. He didn't want to do that. He has sincerely held Christian beliefs. And you wanna do that? The lawsuit also notes that Meriwether addresses students as sir or mister show respect imagine that well, you didn't respect me. I'm obviously a man, but I feel like a chicken side called me what I want to be gotten. I forget you. Apparently, they reported after that after they they met her class the professor and the student. The students circled Meriwether threateningly compared the professor's refusal to use the students preferred pronoun just someone calling him a seaward horrible word that people call women sometimes. So this is this do that says he's a chick. Was circling around circling around in a very threatening manner. And said if you don't do this. It's the same as someone calling me a seaward student complained twice to university. There was a title nine investigation. Yeah. Heavy dot com reported that the doctor Dr Meriwether said he would address the student using the students last name. Well, shawnee state university started this investigation deciding Meriwether violated the school's anti-discrimination policy by refusing to call the student by the students preferred pronoun, so they wrote them up, right? They wrote him up. So he's like forget this. The lawsuit says university punish this professor for expressing views that differ from its own orthodoxy for declining to express its mandated ideological message, all this stuff, the grammar police you name it. This dude's been there since nineteen Ninety-six said he wasn't discriminating against a student. He added that he treated the student like other biologically male students. He said, I'm a Christian. So you are you're violating my religious rights. And up at Scottsdale, the alliance defending freedom. They filed the lawsuit on behalf of him. They do the dude literally got reprimanded for this reprimanded for this. Are you kidding? Me uses, sir. The guy call students, sir or ma'am. Mister or miss. As a sign of respect. And for that, you get this one wackadoo students. Who says no woman, call me? Call me by my chosen pronoun. It's like a bread kid. You know, I wanna eat cookies for dinner. That's what I want. Go ahead fatty. Yeah. Why can't I have broccoli? I want this. This is I mean, you sit back, and you go, you gotta be kidding me. So this university is now being sued. For threatening. The professor that refused to call a male student miss. Right. That's it. He said that again, he's called Mr. missed, sir, ma'am to students to foster an atmosphere of seriousness and mutual respect that is befitting the college classroom. You know, this reminds me of this reminds me of what what this Jim Acosta situation, you have Jim Acosta who acts like a complete moron. Out of control, no respect nothing. Like that. Right. Nothing. Like that at all. And no respect zero zilch. And. Kosta gay because he doesn't act with the right decorum. Respect gets his press pass bowl, which that's what happens. And now he is suing the White House CNN suing the White House suing Trump as if the world's going to end Jim Acosta kinky about a frigging report. Like if you can't get up there and be a jerk hole, and as the president stupid things and make it all about him. It's the same thing is a deformed his respect. Apparently. It's you don't abide by that by later. That's what happens. Stood. The professor said, listen, I'll just call you by your last name Bruening. Nope. Not good enough. Call me miss Bruening miss burning. This. Yes, this is this is what's going on. This is what it's about this. This is what's really gonna make college better? Right. By the way, not the only place Fordham university. They're doing something similar their political science department at Fordham announced that it had voted unanimously to adopt the new policy regarding students preferred names and gender pronouns. Now the mandate professors to use a student's preferred name and pronoun. Yep. You I got into this conversation when I was with. My wife's friends college friends. We saw them over the weekend and one of the guy's radio show. But it's like they still are afraid of let's say whatever they want to each other. It's still afraid to be non PC in a way. Because all of a sudden the whole transgender or something he's like, you the, you know, what a lot of these people are middle upper thirties thirties mind, getting old. I'm I'm I'm older than some of them. So what were they said is that the people relying on religion? They don't like that some people are religious, and they look up to it. But I don't care if two dudes wanna get together a two chicks. And that's the way I'm like, whatever. That's what makes you. I don't care. I don't care some very religious people. Don't like that some very religious people don't care. So I said, I don't care. It's fine. You believe whatever you want. I mean, you know, I don't give a crap what people want I said. But what I don't like is when a transgender person demands that the there'd be able to use a different persons bathroom. I don't I don't want a do the claims to be a chick. Using that as an excuse to go to the bathroom with my wife. Make sure uncomfortable. Why wouldn't it most women would feel uncomfortable? I don't care. No, no, not. And I said I don't like that the fact that they demanded businesses build certain bathrooms to accommodate them. It's their business. Give me a break. He said, no, no. I I see that. And I agree. But you know, some people really feel that way and I'm like. You know, they find you could accept it any way you want. I said, but at the end of the day, if they have Franken beans there a man chromosomes don't lie. That's the way it is. And I said I look at it. As again, I'm not a doctor. But I know a lot of doctors out of their mind to. Some women look at themselves in the mirror and see nothing. But a a person that is overweight, and they wanna lose weight there anorexia bulimia, and it's it's it's to me. It's it's a disorder. It's a psychological disorder. Right. And I think what people will, you know, look at a mirror, and he see a guy, but they see a woman. I think it's the same thing. That's just my take. What do I know? But it's just no it's not it's not normal. It's not right. That's what you wanna do in your own time fine. But don't sit there, and you know, the rules have to change just because of you. That's that's what bothers me. We'll continue six fifty one much more to get to including the stories about the LGBT people in the caravan being discriminated against. We'll get to that as well to go anywhere can STI AM seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk morning ritual with Garrett. Lewis five-star.
"meriwether" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Jackie. She play best supporting as she was the that's where I saw her. She's one of those actresses she so versatile, and she's so good. That's where I saw her. And I when I was watching. Godless, I thought God is she a great character, whereas senior outstanding. Yeah, she is. She is sort of this, you know, because in nurse Jackie. She kind of plays this, you know, happy go lucky in contrast to to to Jackie and eighty Falco is obviously gritty and has has all these issues. Whereas whoever's character just wants to be a good nurse. Why can't we all be nice to each other? She grows throughout the series whereas in godless. Yeah, she starts out gritty. And is not gonna play by the rule. No. You know? I think I liked there. She said we have the same birthday as Meriwether August eleven. Yeah. A little younger than me. But I didn't know her first name was was von Chevonne go by merit. I guess it's people always mispronounced, Yvonne because it's spelled with the sl. Oh, yeah. Yeah. People can't read Gaelic, Chevron, and then another one especia- Sertucha. That was fun on Saturday Night Live when they were doing that over and over again, how you say that, sir. Shit ronan. Yeah, it's all so three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred and nobody you've even even Google yet for a Mel. This is like a Roger take our phone lines. And make sure that they're working right now. Three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred what role was out is supposed to play on Gilmore girls that later was cast and the actress went on to also become nominated for an Academy Award later on more after this on seven twenty WGN. You're listening to Patti Vasquez show with Andrea darlas part partout. Who won who lost? And what were the big moments? Dan fienberg? Hollywood reporter talks the Emmys one fifteen Gilio on seven twenty WGN.
"meriwether" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"Joining us now is a friend of mine and to fellow gladiator, she played Marylou Meriwether and this episode of the west wing, but she's probably best known as president mellie grant from scandal. It's Bellamy young. When you told me you didn't watch the west wing, you never watched it now, isn't that terrible, but then I don't want. I watched like the daily show and John Oliver I, there is no TV show I've watched and it's like I am not a completion est for any TV show period. Not even scandal. There is still some. I haven't seen scandal. I've seen five scandals. Just kidding the. There are a lot of those. I haven't seen the scandal to get some distance. Maybe while you're working on something, I guess you and I are similar as opposed to the rest of the cast, which fetish is watching this show that we were. It's like, hey, we're done with work. She we all go watch what we did at work. I think if you are a big John Oliver and daily show fan that I think you would be a fan of the west wing. I think you ought to give it a shot. Sometime are beautiful. The episode we're gonna talk about today last night and I have seen so moved. And you know, years later year later dating, Josh singer for many, many years, Josh singer who wrote this episode that can't can we talk a second about they'll Ruth comes still real Thomas Ruth, very good. That's talk fee was it was just breathtaking my God, what a show you guys even to get to have like a couple of silly scenes and season five, you know, it just to have been there at all. How did you get the job, Josh singer that we were just talking about. We were at a mutual friend's birthday party in LA, and there was a North Carolina storyline, and he went back the next day to Laura shift who was casting associate, which on. Levy and was like, Dino this Bellamy young girl. 'cause she's from North Carolina. Maybe she'd be right. I'm romantically interested in her. Well, he thought that the guy whose birthday party we were at, he thought that we were there was something ab- ruin any actually lobbied for came down to two of us after the additions and he lobbied for the other person. But of course, he at that point like Alex grave thought he was Alex graves thought he was such pissing that it only worked in my favor that he lobbied against me. Job. At that time you, you were doing episodes of all kinds of different shows your credits up until the west wing. You'd been all kinds of places. Always surprise made rich. Can't say that anymore. Yeah, you're coming off playing the president of the United States. You really can't say that anymore. Well, now, no, thank heavens, but then yes, and to my utter shock, I had forgotten that I was blonde on this episode. So there were also as many guest stars. There were also interational hair-color because it just kept changing would have changed for the part. Do they ask you to be blunt? I recommend experimenting with your hair in your teens like, don't wait your employment? Depends on it. It really was that it was show. Yeah. Mary Lou Meriwether was some odd unnatural..
"meriwether" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"On the gresh show on wpro isaiah win sony michelle first round picks for the patriots openended your thoughts on both guys well i this is going to sound shot it's not i look at a little bit like brandon meriweather eleven years ago you know when they drafted brandon meriweather you may remember they they were going to have a whole corner they haven't lost it's not they stand ill yet but there's been like santo last year they didn't have a whole lot of depth behind asante in so the idea when they drafted meriwether wise let's start 'em out a corner see if it works net worse you know wind up with a really that was the thought process and i think it's sort of civilized here was i went where you get one of the best tackles in college football and there are a lot of people were thinking might not be able to play left tackle because he's not long enough in the pros but i mean it's not a history of guys who were six three succeeding in that position at the path is rolling out they give them a shot and if it works it works and if not you probably gonna have a really good player somewhere else to the line you know the second i i'll take walk i i think if it were up to them they may take a sony michelle with their first second round pick but once pence came off before i think it was pretty clear there's going to be running backs that cluster of you know a five six th is that was behind bars he goes guys gonna start cutting off the board and if the knee is okay and that's a that's app spike in for that for the knees and i really just think of him as a running back because i don't think that they would traffic i.
"meriwether" Discussed on Historical Figures
"While on their sixmonth return trip home the core of discovery celebrated with alcohol they had received from for traders clark wrote quote our party received a dram and son songs until eleven o'clock at night and the greatest harmony and put on september 23rd eighteen oh six the core of discovery returned to great fanfare and a thrilled president the crew survived an accomplished most if not all of what it set out to do with only one unfortunate fatality than other words it could have been a lot worse wound but the men did have to contend with various ailments such as frostbite and syphilis lee also experienced malaria dysentery and sore eyes which was probably caused by sand in the air or sunlight reflecting off water and snow but considering what they were undertaking hits nearly a miracle that they were able to return fairly unscathed so what exactly did the mission accomplished well the men established a root for commerce opening a huge door for the united states in their new territory lewis the mission's gallant leader has been called undoubtedly the greatest pathfinder this country has ever known not only did he colead the crew but he also made advances in the fields of botany and anthropology discovering new species of plants and writing about the various tribes the core of discovery came in contact with clark served as a pillar of strength for lewis when he needed it but he also ended up drawing a completely new an accurate map of the american west which was an incredible accomplishment than both men documented their experiences their daily accounts were finally published in came to be known as the journal's of lewis and clark on january fifteen to eighteen oh seven in a message to the us secretary of war mary weather lewis praised the men who accompanied him on the journey.
"meriwether" Discussed on Historical Figures
"The crew navigated the missouri river in a forty five foot keelboat which held about eight tons of equipment and food but usually only made about fifteen miles a day and a good chunk of that equipment was gunpowder muskets and led for making bullets knives and tomahawks the men were prepared for a fight but luckily the worst it ever got was a small conflict with some black feed indians in march of eighteen no six after attempting to steal horses from the crew to black feats were killed in an altercation in the summer of 18 04 the core of discovery held a council meeting with various american indian tribes in an area that would become omaha nebraska then the crew experienced its first and only for talented 22yearold sergeant floyd died of appendicitis on august 20th eighteen 04 there is a monument in his honour in sioux city iowa during the expedition lewis channeled his herbalist mother lucy's talents examining the floor with a curious and critical eye in fact after entering the great plains the crew witnessed animals never before seen in the east over the course of the expedition one hundred twenty two animals and one hundred seventy eight plants would be named new species some of the animals included the big horn sheep mule dear grizzly bear prairie dog and pronghorns antelope botanist later named some of the plants in honor of lewis and clark there's louis tse a red aviva otherwise known as bitter it.
"meriwether" Discussed on Historical Figures
"It was a mix of our and mystery the dangers that lay ahead were countless but the biggest danger was actually the smallest faux or lewis complained about them often in his journals mosquitoes lewis wrote in one of his summer entries july twelve he tino five the skeet owes extremely troublesome to me today of all the animals grizzly bears mountain lions buffalo snakes it was the mosquito that harmed him most but before we pull it that thread let's embark on the journey that would solidify lewis and clark as two of the most influential people in american history our vessels consisted of six small canoes and to large perot's this little fleet although not quite so respectable as those of columbus or captain cook was still viewed by us with his much pleasure as those deservedly famed adventurers ever be held bears and i dare say with quite as much anxiety for their safety and preservation were now about to penetrate a country at least two thousand miles and with on which the foot of civilized man had never trodden the good or evil had had in store for us with four experiment yet to determine and these little vessels contained every article by which we were to expect to subsist or defend ourselves lewis's own words early on in the journey he understood the vast nece that lay ahead of him and his crew but no one could anticipate the power and mercurial nature of the missouri river itself.
"meriwether" Discussed on Historical Figures
"The interpreters would help them communicate with various tribes the soldiers would provide protection and military expertise but there were others who also embarked on the journey lewis for example brought his most loyal companion along his name was seamen and he was a large black newfoundland dog lewis writes about semen suffering from all the mosquitoes in a journal entry from eighteen oh five but after this seaman is no longer mentioned this makes many historians believe that seaman most likely perished at some point during the expedition klark himself also brought a campaign in of sorts his personal slave york clark grew up with york and inherited him later in life so while your quiz a slave he was also a staple among clark's family which made the relationship different than a typical owners slave dynamic clarke freed york after 1815 and gave him a wagon and horses for travel but during the expedition york deeply fascinated all the local american indian tribes that's right they had never seen a man with such a staggering and muscular physique and dark skin color some tribes even believe new york had the healing powers of a god and gave him the name big medicine now a crew was only one of the many elements needed for the expedition jefferson envisioned training in planning were essential and jefferson new this so he had lewis take a sixweek course in philadelphia learning a variety of skills but also the practical etiquette of the indian trade basically the protocol that had been established in the missouri river valley the missouri river valley the great unknown it was not only a terrain of rivers and valleys but also jetting mountains and expansive planes not to mention a wealth of wildlife flora and fauna that could be both astounding and deadly.
"meriwether" Discussed on Historical Figures
"In 1794 president george washington organiz troops of thirteen thousand men tilt squelch what was known as the whisky rebellion this was an uprising that began in seventeen ninety one when alexander hamilton yes the one made famous by the acclaimed musical proposed a tax on liquor but americans living on the western frontier were outraged and eventually mobilized forcing president washington himself to actually lead the united states militia to pittsburgh it was in pittsburgh that rebels had violently torched the home of the tax collection supervisor john neville lewis at the ripe age of twenty was one of these militiamen sent to stop the rebels washington squelched the revolt within no time at all as soon as the rebels heard washington is men were approaching they dispersed and disappeared lewis like this small taste of military life and so he decided to remain as a volunteer eventually joining a force responsible for maintaining peace between various american indian tribes and settlers on the frontier while serving he met another soldier by the name of william clark and although they didn't serve together long they developed a deep respect for one another parkin venture to say that it may have been the start of a beautiful romance perhaps but clarke had to resign from the military due to some health issues and family matters lewis on the other hand was promoted to captain within a year he was asked by newly elected president thomas jefferson his family friend to become his private secretary and personal aide.
"meriwether" Discussed on Historical Figures
"His father william was a military man and his mother lucy was an esteemed cook and herbalist for those who aren't familiar with the term and herbalist as someone who studies herbs and plans for medicinal purposes a much more holistic approach to medicine and health lucy's culinary expertise and charming disposition made her known and liked throughout the land in fact the entire lewis clan was held in high regard especially by another virginia family known as the jefferson's that would be the family of thomas jefferson who was actually thirty one years older than mary whether louis louis and his family were very close to the jefferson's in this connection would continue throughout lewis is life and lead to lewis's involvement in the famous expedition in the first place but before the journey that would become his magnum opus lewis would experience the trials of both the death and revolution in seventeen seventy nine his father william passed away when lewis was just five years old william caught in the mon your while crossing the freezing river on his way home on leave from the military lewis's mother lucy however remarried a year later and relocated the entire family to georgia it was here that lewis became a skilled hunter and outdoorsman in fact there were several times when he would sneak out in the middle of the night during frigid winter's accompanied only by his dogs to go hunting and he was only eight years old that's right the also developed an affinity for natural history and taking after his mother would also collect wild herbs and flowers to learn about their various uses this would become extremely important years later as his interest in botany would lead to several discoveries during the expedition when he was about thirteen years old lewis screw tired of georgia and moved back to virginia to get an education and learn how to help manage his family's estate he was quite successful at a state management actually doubling the size of the estate but soon after he would be called to other pursuits.
"meriwether" Discussed on Historical Figures
"The crew would be called the core of discovery and its mission was a joint efforts spearheaded by the incomparable wilderness duo known as lewis and clark and a duo they were it's true there is no lewis without clark and vice versa the men combine their complementary personalities and talents to lead a highly successful expedition that would solidify us territory and establish notable trade routes from may eighteen 04 to september eighteen oh six mary weather lewis and william clark led a crew of over thirty men and a momentus journey which began near saint louis and went far west all the way to the pacific ocean then they did this without any modern form of gps since the imagine if he can a group of men using only devices such as the sextant which measures the angular distance between two objects and the quadrant which measures altitude as well as a standard compass to determine their position now even though we often don't hear one name without the other lewis and clark were individuals who lead separate lives before and after the expedition of course they were known for their trek throughout the western frontier of the united states but we must explore what shape them in order to understand how they could work together to accomplish such an incredible feet and help change the course of america forever let's begin with the man handpicked by thomas jefferson himself mary weather lewis was born august 18th seventeen 74 just two years before the american revolution at his family's virginia state locust hill.