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Former Speaker of House Newt Gingrich on the Democrats' Midterm Plan

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Former Speaker of House Newt Gingrich on the Democrats' Midterm Plan

"That I'm a little paranoid about though, mister speaker, and I talk about this openly on the program, is that the Democrats have some sort of plan for the midterms that we might not yet be gaming out correctly because I have so much respect for our opposition and how Machiavelli and they are and how they're able to use tragedy for their own purposes. What do you think their midterm plan is? Because up until recently, you know, as per your example of the Saudi Arabian visit, it seems as if they are enthusiastically accelerating over a cliff. Political consequences be damned, I suppose, what's your thoughts? Well, I think first of all, I help publish papers in the 1980s called the Grenada papers. When we liberated the island of Grenada, which spoke English, this was an island occupied largely by Africans living in the Caribbean with agriculture and tourism as there are two biggest incomes. And the communists took it over. And as the communists tried to impose communism, everything fell apart. It was a disaster. So we now know because this is how we got to the Grenada papers. Because everything they wrote was in English. So we didn't need to translate the State Department couldn't screw it up. And it turns out that the leadership of the Communist Party of Grenada, when everything was failing, would meet every Tuesday afternoon for a study group. And what they were studying was not supply side economics. It wasn't Milton Friedman. It wasn't Adam Smith. What they were studying was Stalin's writing. Now, you have a Georgian bank robber who becomes dictator of a country that covers 13 time zones, living in Moscow and really bad cold winter, being studied by African descended, Caribbean native native folks were looking around going, what should we do next? Well, what does Stalin think we should do? The reason I tell you this story is, when AOC gets in a room, she doesn't have any point of reference. But I mean, Biden's different. Biden doesn't have a point of reference because he's not sure what rumi said. But I guarantee you that Newsom Kamala Harris, barriers, other people, senator Warren, Bernie Sanders, who remember honeymooned in the Soviet Union. I mean, just ask yourself, a guy who is born who lives born in Brooklyn, but a guy who was living in the forest of Vermont. Besides to go on a honeymoon, does he go to the Caribbean? Does he go to the beach now? He goes to the motherland to the great forest of Russia from the forest of Vermont. I mean, this isn't true believer.

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:55 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:55 p.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Josh rower the Dodgers winning streak is over correspondent Mike Reeves has more from St. Louis Milton gorbon and Albert Pujols at solo home runs in the Cardinals 7 to 6 win over the Dodgers ending in Los Angeles 7 game winning streak St. Louis also gets three runs matted in by catcher Andrew kisner I go win against a good team who's hot right now so I mean great team win overall pitch good play good defense Got the timely hits RBIs so overall great win Pretty Freeman goes four for 5 with a home run and two RBIs while Trey Turner adds a two run blast for the Dodgers Mike Reeves St. Louis In a battle of the top two teams in the NL east the braves top the mets four to one Thanks in large part to a two run Homer by Matt Olson in the 6th inning The Yankees got a great start from Garrett Cole but blue a three nothing lead in the 9th losing to the reds four three Cincinnati's Jonathan India drove in a pair to give the reds the lead late Unbelievable win I think it's our best one of the year Shows a lot of fight and who we are What kind of team we are I'm just happy you can do it We did it with this group because it's doesn't stop finding ever And you guys see that So we'll keep going Until the break and we'll go after that Cold struck out 11 over 7 innings but clay Holmes allowed four runs in the 9th to take the loss On the verge of NHL free agencies opening the Pittsburgh penguins have re signed one of the organization's greatest players Center of Guinea malkin has agreed to a four year deal with the only NHL team he's ever played for The deal for the 35 year old is worth $6.1 million per season And Baker Mayfield said that he was quote shocked to learn that he was not in the Cleveland brown's future plans earlier this off season but the 2018 first overall NFL Draft pick has had a few months now to digest the brown's decision to replace him with deshaun Watson and says that he is eager to take advantage of a fresh start with his new team the Carolina Panthers I'm Josh rowntree AP sports

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How Did the Kardashians Get Famous?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:02 min | Last month

How Did the Kardashians Get Famous?

"What are some things going on in your life? Maybe we could have a disagreement about this business deal that you just entered into. In other words, I think they pick out real things and then try to make stories about them or blow, disagree. So all of that rehearsed? I don't know if it's rehearsed, but I think it's disgust in negotiated before. But it obviously is riveting. It is riveting. I've thought a lot about why I go there and watch it because I love reading the Bible. I love reading Milton Friedman and Dennis prager and all of these highly intellectual books and then at night occasionally I watch the Kardashians. It's a way for me to turn my brain off. Right. It's a way for me to look into another world. I mean, the level of wealth and influence they have is crazy, and it fascinates me, Dennis, how the heck did they get so famous?

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Was an American Dictator

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 2 months ago

Franklin D. Roosevelt Was an American Dictator

"Now the great Milton Freeman explained many times over and deposited in my view That it was monetary policy that took us from a bad recession under Hoover and moved us from the depression that went on for ten years on needlessly But it was an opportunity for the American marxists to vastly expand the power of the central government and to do grave damage to our constitutional order His name is FDR FDR in many ways was an American dictator The way I use the IRS the way I use the FBI The way he centered information and on and on and on But they loved him because he was a radical lefty And we also had a war going on certainly starting in 1941 And so he got a pass on many things He's not rated Is one of our great presidents certainly not by me

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What Brought About This Inflation? YOUR GOVERNMENT

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

What Brought About This Inflation? YOUR GOVERNMENT

"What are The New York Times have to say about this back in August of 2021? A 179 reasons, you probably don't need a panic about inflation. Inflation is by far the number one issue in America. Every single poll shows that. You talk to working people, you talk to young people, they are getting crushed by these rising prices. So what brought about inflation? Answer your government. Your government, some Republicans and all Democrats, Republicans agreed with some of these spending bills, but not all of them decided to artificially intervene with anywhere between 5 to $7 trillion. Now, one of the great complaints I have is the economic illiteracy that plagues the Republican Party and the conservative movement. Milton Friedman said there should be two requirements for a politician that every politician takes in economic course and that every politician passes the economics course. The lack of economic literacy is destroying the country.

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Andrew Klavan Discusses His New Book 'The Truth and Beauty'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:38 min | 4 months ago

Andrew Klavan Discusses His New Book 'The Truth and Beauty'

"Folks I can take my conversation with Andrew clavin KLA van, the book out today. It's called the truth and beauty how the lives and works of England's greatest poets, point the way to a deeper understanding of the words of Jesus. And Andrew, part of the fun of this book is being reminded. Because you tell these lovely stories, these powerful, beautiful, funny stories of all these characters and how they interacted with each other because, you know, we think of them as names in the Pantheon. But the idea that Milton, for example, John Milton, who proceeds all of these figures. But that he was a human being. And that he was this kind of a person and not that kind of a person. And how his work led to some of them. I guess it was wordsworth, right? Who was obsessed with Milton? Yeah, he wanted to rewrite basically Paradise lost the story of the fall of man, Milton's brilliant poem on the fall of man he kind of wanted to rewrite it as a mental event. And he never quite got around to it. He never quite did it, but he was obsessed with art behind the news. There's the one piece of bad advice college gave him. He told him he should be writing longer poems, but it was really words with shorter poems that are great. Well, it's so funny. But just the way they all interacted with each other. We forget really that that was the case, at least most of us forget that kind of thing. But you bring them to life. You also talk about keats. I mean, my goodness, he died at age 25. And according to you, and I want to ask you about this, you say that you think he was the greatest poetic genius since Shakespeare. Now there are a lot of poetic geniuses out there. What makes you have that, I guess, judgment about keats, because of course he wrote so little, ultimately, because he died so young, but what was it about keats that makes you kind of put him up there at the top of the Pantheon? It was really the, you know, it's really the truth and beauty his poetry is so beautiful to read and so dense, so packed with meaning the way Shakespeare's is that you could hesitate between two words without ever getting to the end of the way they reverberate off each other. The title of the book comes from him from his ode on a grecian urn in which he's basically contemplating how art leads us into eternity. And the grecian urn says at the end of the poem to humankind, it says beauty is truth, truth, beauty. That's all you know on earth and all you need to know.

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Economic Truth in an Era of Financial Insanity With Dave Brahnsen

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Economic Truth in an Era of Financial Insanity With Dave Brahnsen

"There is no free lunch. It's pretty simple statement, but boy is it true? With us right now is someone who is author of a book called there is no free lunch. 250 economic truths. Dave Benson is with us right now. Dave, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, good to be with you, Charlie. So let's just kind of start with your book kind of set the table here. What do you mean there's no free lunch? I got free stuff all the time, free stimulus checks, like I mean, come on. No free lunch. Yeah, the kind of twofold truth here is a, it's never free for everyone. There's someone paying the price. And then I think the bigger economic takeaway, Milton Friedman, famously, you know, use this language was that there's such thing as tradeoffs. So it's not just that there's no free things like when you get a stimulus check or whatnot that someone's paying for it. That's all true enough when it comes to public policy, the way we want to view things as conservatives. But I think even economically, it's important to understand that to get something we want, we give up something we want. When we go to buy something in the store, we give them our money. It would be great if we could keep our money and get the thing we want. But economics is about allocation of scarcity. And so there's a really important economic point here.

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Why Russia Is So Very Different With Paul Kengor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 4 months ago

Why Russia Is So Very Different With Paul Kengor

"Let's pretend it's day one of poor kangas communism in Russia one O one course. What is the first thing that neo fights that amateurs need to understand about Russia explain why Russia isn't like France, Russia isn't like Switzerland, is France isn't like Canada explain why Russia sorry, explain why Russia isn't like those countries and why it is so very, very different. And also the importance of the strong man. Yeah, it is so very, very different. And it's really kind of deep seated. In fact, our old friends, the late Richard pipes, who was professor at Harvard forever for a long time, going back to 19 50. He just died a few years ago. He wrote books on the Russian Revolution, the Russian Civil War, communism, a history. And he was in kind of a battle with Alexander Solzhenitsyn of all people, right? Who we also greatly respect because pipes made comments like this and souls in its and thought that pipes was making a comment on the Russian people generally, right? That this is a people that's kind of destined for authoritarian leaders. That this is part of Russian culture. This is how they are. And I'm not going to go that far. I'm not going to say that. But let's just say God bless pipes who is a giant in your field. But there's not a lot of evidence to the contrary that it isn't. Something deep seated in Russian culture from Ivan the terrible all the way to Putin, this atavistic innate proclivity to follow a strong man. That's not a statement unfounded by empirical data, is it poor? No, it's right. In fact, I remember in the 1990s post communist Russia period. And I was talking to somebody from there and he said, look, there are no Thomas jeffersons in Russia, right? You have this country so rich and playwrights, writers, literature, a pianist composers, right? Tolstoy, dostoyevsky, right? And some of them with great statements about morality that dostoevsky among them. But they've never had a Milton Friedman. They've never had a Thomas Jefferson or James Madison.

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Maxey scores 28 as 76ers, without Harden, Embiid, beat Heat

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Maxey scores 28 as 76ers, without Harden, Embiid, beat Heat

"Well that's all they beat and James harden reduction injuries the seventy Sixers pulled away in the fourth quarter for a one thirteen one oh six with with the heat down ninety five ninety two Philadelphia took control with a twenty a six run keep by Tyrese Maxey the score thirteen points in that run capped by a three point basket gave the Sixers a one oh nine one oh one leave with one thirty four to play maxi finished with a game high twenty eight points this is a great feeling you know to see the work that you put in you know come to life in a big game like that shake Milton came off the bench to score twenty Jimmy Butler had twenty seven for Miami Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Is omicron leading us closer to herd immunity against COVID?

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Is omicron leading us closer to herd immunity against COVID?

"Kubic nineteen cases are coming down in the U. S. but some experts say it's doubtful we'll ever reach herd immunity at the university of Maryland school of public health Dr don Milton says we're moving toward heard resistance to cope with nineteen but not herd immunity that means inspections will continue but there is enough protection that future spikes likely won't be as disruptive as they've been Dr Milton says herd immunity doesn't apply to corona virus because antibodies developed from available vaccines or previous infection dwindled with time and as long as people still get infected in the virus can spread it will mutate creating new variants which could become better at evading vaccines for antibody protection he and others say the concept of herd immunity which did develop for the measles isn't likely to happen with cove it I'm Jackie Quinn

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Campbell makes 45 saves, Maple Leafs top Penguins 4-1

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Campbell makes 45 saves, Maple Leafs top Penguins 4-1

"Police center the pens their first road loss in seven games all four one victory at home at Scotiabank arena Auston Matthews opened the scoring twenty one seconds in beating Pittsburgh's Tristan Jarry for his thirty third of the season defenseman Morgan Reilly notched his sixth of the year a power play goal to make it to nothing in the second good win against really good teams from playing well lately special teams cuttings in a really sticks out when you take that many penalties sought a ticket a great job thank captain Michael bunting were the other trouble marksman well give Jenny Milton was a lone goal score for the visitors Jack Campbell kicked aside forty five pick would shots for the win join the debate Toronto

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Mark Levin Recalls the First Time Meeting Mark Meckler

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 6 months ago

Mark Levin Recalls the First Time Meeting Mark Meckler

"And so when you hear these state senators in this case in South Dakota saying I'm concerned about it That means they're not textualists That means they're not originalists There's nothing to be afraid of Milton Freeman said this was really the only way to fix things even Dwight Eisenhower looked at it and said this was probably the only way to fix things It many you older people like me You know who he pointed to it And as a matter of fact James Madison pointed to it as a way to trying to avoid what would become the Civil War So this is a very very important lever that we had And if we don't use it we're going to lose it right Mark Yeah look I mean it's there It's for us to use It was put in there for a time such as this Another thing I'd like to address Marcus I get people in senators and state legislators who question me like who are you Are you some kind of secret less dis I get accused of being funded by Soros I know you and I have known each other for a long time I remember the first time we sat down and had dinner together Would you mind talking a little bit about because you know the history of this organization and an independent kind of third party view on that Well the organization came to be around the time I booked liberty and exchange of my book the liberty amendments came out Mark and I had coordinated We hadn't planned it's just so we studied this issue And at the same time we said we need to push this We didn't say it again We never talked about it in any coordinated way did we No No we had no advanced discussion We were both very surprised to find the other one involved in this

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Australian judge reinstates tennis star Djokovic's visa

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Australian judge reinstates tennis star Djokovic's visa

"A a judge judge has has reinstated reinstated Djokovic Djokovic she's she's visa visa which which was was canceled canceled after after his his arrival arrival last last week week because because officials officials decided decided he he didn't didn't meet meet the the criteria criteria for for an an exemption exemption to to an an entry entry requirement requirement all all non non citizens citizens be be fully fully vaccinated vaccinated the the judge judge also also ordered ordered the the government government to to immediately immediately release release talk talk of of which which my my Milton Milton quarantine quarantine hotel hotel where where he he spent spent the the last last four four nights nights but but a a government government minister minister has has told told the the judge judge after after the the ruling ruling the the immigration immigration minister minister would would consider consider whether whether to to cancel cancel Djokovic Djokovic she's she's visa visa again again I'm I'm Charles Charles to to this this month month

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Religion and the Sublime

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:22 min | 8 months ago

Religion and the Sublime

"If you're not a Christian, you can still experience a sublime, but it's very rare and it's very episodic. Some people feel that when listening to a symphony or sitting by the Lake with someone you love, you have that momentary experience of the sublime, but it's there, and then it's gone, and then it's only recoverable through memories of themselves become more dimmed over time, but the beauty of Christianity is that it introduces the sublime into it makes it an experience of ordinary life. And it does so because you begin to realize that everything your work is a form of prayer, your marriage is a weird kind of menager to our why? Because God's a part of it. He's the third party in a successful marriage. And you begin to experience what Milton talks about his phrase is a Paradise within the happier. And what Milton means is that Paradise isn't just simply a destination of the next world. Some place that we're headed that we may get to some day, but Paradise is a condition of the human soul that can be tasted, at least a foretaste of it, even under this even in this life. And Christianity allows us to endure suffering and difficult circumstances which are not avoidable in life, but nevertheless, do them with a sense of joy without losing your

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How Minimum Wage Laws Hurt People

The Larry Elder Show

02:20 min | 8 months ago

How Minimum Wage Laws Hurt People

"Ago I was having lunch or dinner with the brilliant Thomas soul. The man that David Mamet has called America's greatest contemporary philosopher. Still with us in his mid 90s, every day he's with us as a blessing. And I was talking to him, you might remember about the minimum wage. And it's probably been one of the most studied aspect of all of all of economics and the overwhelming consensus is that minimum wage laws hurt people. They hurt people who are unskilled because unskilled people can not ask for wages that are consistent with their level of expertise. If the law says that employer must pay somebody higher than what the employer perceives to be his or her level of expertise or level of productivity. Particularly hurts people that have less education and it hurts another way to you don't get that first job. It isn't so much the first job pays you a lot of money, teach you discipline, how to show up on time, how to deal with authority, how to deal with other people, if it's a job that requires you to interact with the public how to deal with public. So it hurts on all sorts of levels. And it's been studied over and over and over again, the joint committee on economics, which is a bipartisan panel of House Republicans and democratic Republicans years ago put out a series of studies looking at research going back over almost 50 years. Overwhelmingly showing the damage that these laws do. And as you know, the late great Milton Freeman, and Nobel laureate. Once said that the minimum wage quote is perhaps the most anti Negro, the term used in those days, that's how long he'd been talking about how bad this is. Anti Negro law on the statute books world. So I said to Tom, why is it you guys haven't one, this argument? Even Republicans. I heard that doctor Ben Carson wanted this. Rick santorum wanted an increase in the minerals. Did even Republicans are buying this nonsense. And he said, Larry, that's because most people haven't heard the argument.

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Antetokounmpo scores 27 on 27th birthday, Bucks win 112-104

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Antetokounmpo scores 27 on 27th birthday, Bucks win 112-104

"The the bucs bucs big big three three took took over over in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter and and they they pulled pulled away away for for their their tenth tenth win win in in the the last last eleven eleven games games a a one one twelve twelve one one oh oh four four victory victory over over the the Cavaliers Cavaliers Jana Jana son son a a couple couple had had twenty twenty seven seven in in his his return return from from a a two two game game absence absence because because of of injury injury on on a a couple couple drew drew holiday holiday and and Chris Chris Bilton Bilton combined combined to to score score all all twenty twenty six six fourth fourth quarter quarter points points and and had had all all four four assists assists the the books books are are unbeaten unbeaten went went out out a a couple couple of of Milton Milton and and how how they they are are all all on on the the line line up up the the Cavaliers Cavaliers trailed trailed by by as as many many as as thirteen thirteen but but made made it it a a two two point point game game in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter but but could could never never lead lead Jarrett Jarrett Allen Allen led led the the cavs cavs with with twenty twenty five five check check Freeman Freeman Milwaukee Milwaukee

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Omicron unravels travel industry's plans for a comeback

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Omicron unravels travel industry's plans for a comeback

"The the only only crime crime variant variant of of the the corona corona viruses viruses and and Ravel Ravel the the travel travel industry's industry's plans plans for for a a comeback comeback many many travel travel destinations destinations are are re re imposing imposing restrictions restrictions and and Florida Florida Milton Milton Sgarbi Sgarbi with with hotel hotel South South Beach Beach is is hoping hoping the the impact impact there there will will be be minimal minimal number number one one our our our our climate climate but but number number two two we we have have extensive extensive a a number number of of outdoor outdoor dining dining options options and and activities activities to to enjoy enjoy Israel Israel is is closing closing the the country country to to foreign foreign visitors visitors Japan Japan has has tightened tightened its its ban ban on on foreign foreign travelers travelers the the Pacific Pacific island island nation nation of of Fiji Fiji is is welcoming welcoming back back its its first first tourist tourist in in more more than than six six hundred hundred days days Brent Brent hill hill with with tourism tourism Fiji Fiji says says they they are are monitoring monitoring the the new new variant variant we we want want people people to to feel feel really really safe safe and and secure secure but but at at the the same same time time you you won't won't be be able able to to just just be be able able to to enjoy enjoy and and perhaps perhaps you you know know get get away away from from all all that that craziness craziness it's it's in in how how well well governments governments that that were were slow slow to to react react to to the the first first wave wave of of the the corona corona virus virus are are eager eager to to avoid avoid past past mistakes mistakes I I made made Donahue Donahue

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COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 9 months ago

COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US

"Cobit nineteen hospitalizations are up in parts of the western and northern U. S. because of the contagious delta variant virus trends are improving in places like Florida Texas and other southern states but covert nineteen is spreading north and west heading into the winter as people go indoors close their windows and breed stagnant air in recent days a spike was reported at a college in Vermont link to Halloween parties and a Boston elementary school had to close in Michigan the metro Detroit area is considered a hot spot with nearly four hundred coalbed cases and hospitals are overwhelmed in New Mexico and Colorado health officials are lamenting how many people are no longer wearing masks and how many people chose not to get vaccinated Dr Donald Milton at the university of Maryland says we're going to see a lot of outbreaks in unvaccinated people that will result in serious illness and will be tragic I'm Jackie Quinn

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"milton" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

08:06 min | 11 months ago

"milton" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Part one taking risks upsetting people and the ridiculousness of humanity friends before we began this historic journey remember that cardi nerds is an independent fellow founded educational platform with mission to democratize cardiovascular education they views expressed here do not reflect the opinions or policies if i were employers in hate help others find us by reading and reviewing the show. Now it's time to get nerdy. We nerd stand on the shoulders of giants. Those who have paved the way for the work we do with our patients and our science. They inspire us to innovate and to effect positive. Change in the world around us and today we get the privilege of learning directly from one such giant and role model. Doctor milton packer. But before we get there. I had the distinct honor of welcoming back and reintroducing docker shirley bobi carter's ambassador and fellow at the university of chicago. Charlene is one of the most talented and well rounded people. I know she is passionate about narrative medicine health equity and professional diversity and she affects positive change around her via her medical comic platform. Shirley world md. And i'm also very proud to say that charlene is now also a bonafide author sherline. Congratulations for having your first book accepted. And i know you're already working on your second. This is just absolutely remarkable. We feel so grateful to know you. Welcome back to the show my friend. Thank you so much for the kind of use of introduction on it. it's always a pleasure to be on cartoon words. I had the pleasure of introducing my cardiology big brother and soon to be co fellow. Doctor markham balcon. dr mark. Belkin is a third year cardiology fellow at the university chicago. It'll be staying to pursue a fellowship in advanced heart failure. Next year he's been involved with cardio nerds. The co-chairing are upcoming cardiac critical. Care series. Answering is a cardio nerds correspondent. He's interested in all things. Heart failure with specifically amex cardio jimmy shock and mechanical circulatory support. Thank you shirley. They're very excited to learn from doctor. Milton packer day. Dr packer requires no introduction. But i'll do my best to doom dust as far lesser. Dr packer is a distinguished scholar in cardiovascular science at baylor university medical center in dallas texas his head along illustrious career in research clinical care and mentorship. He's considered to be the father of the neural hormonal hypothesis. Apart billy nowadays most of us in cardiology internal medicine are well versed in the concept of guideline draft medical therapy which includes agents that directly affect mechanisms in their renan and utensil bostrom system and sympathetic innovation prior to the development of the narrow hormonal hypothesis. Heart failure was thought to be a syndrome that should primarily be managed by altering team dynamics however in nineteen ninety two following years of research. Dr packer published a landmark paper and made an astute observation that improving economics in patients with heart. Failure not seem to translate improved outcomes and posit that quote heart failure progresses because endogenous neural hormonal systems. That are activated by the initial injury to the heart exert a deleterious effect on circulation. Since then dr packers been the leading investigator for numerous landmark studies they get key role. In establishing corbeta lull to keep it trill thou sarney an amicable close any of the foundation of gmt. Just name of you is on the most influential figures in modern cardiology doctor. Packer thank you so much for joining us. Today cardio nerds. We are honored to have you thank you so much. I'm delighted to be here. I am really looking forward to this. We're gonna have a lot of fun. So dr packer in preparing for this interview. I will surprise to read that. You consider yourself a failed. Stand up comic. When was the last time you tried to do. Stand up and who were your comic heroes. Also if you have a chance. Can you tell us who your comedy is most similar to. Oh boy that makes a lot of assumptions. The first assumption is that i considered myself could be a comedian at one point in time that's That's a little bit of a stretch. What the truth is that. I was his standup comic. And i put myself through a college as a standup comic. But i was really awful at it. There was a local hangout at college. And i was one of the so-called comedians who rotated to tell jokes and this was in the late nineteen sixties and it was pretty easy to get a laugh by just making fun of the us government. So you know that that probably got me through the first ten or fifteen minutes of my routine. I typically went into the audience and tried to engage people in order to sort of be spontaneous and solicit some feedback. That might be entertaining. But god you know after a year. It didn't work and There's something else that. I learned from that experience which it was amazingly transformative. It's so interesting that you ask. Because i don't think anyone has ever asked me about this ever in my whole life so when when we're physicians whether we take care of patients whether we do research no matter what we do we do it in the context of a reputation which is built on what we've done before if If i give a lecture. It's in the context of hundreds of lectures. I've given before if i write papers. The context of all of the papers. I've written before and the result is that on at any given point in time i can do a great job or i can do an average job but people are very forgiving because my performance on that day is in the context of a career. Comedians don't have that luxury. The audience wants to laugh that night. They don't care if the comedian was funny the night before. They don't care if the comedian has a reputation of being unbelievably funny over the last year. If that comedian isn't funny that night it doesn't work so you can figure out very quickly that. Comedians are unbelievably insecure because they always have to perform at peak. And and and and it is. It's such an amazing really interesting human endeavor. The whole concept of comedy is can make people see the silliness of life and You know people make a contrast between comedy and tragedy. They think gee comedies. Happy tragedy is sad. No tragedy is about the nobility of humanity. Comedy is about the ridiculousness of humanity. So if you really want A high science do tragedy. Don't do comet. Wow what incredible insight you know. I am floored by that answer. And i think that as someone who's really devoted to narratives that this idea of your best performance having to be the night of your routine as a comedian brexit as a physician. A super intriguing. So thank you for that answer. I'm sorry then you shouldn't go ahead. I just wanted to respond to that. Let dr packer know how much he blew my mind..

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"milton" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"And I started tearing up, and then what happened was he led a touchdown drive. It wasn't one play. It was two plays and three plays. He went four for four on his very first drive as a new Florida state quarterback, replacing Jordan Travis. And they left him in the game. And he led another drive to make the game tying field goal happen. Game goes to overtime, and you're like, dude, is this gonna happen? Is he gonna lead a comeback against Notre-Dame? And unfortunately, it didn't happen, right? Unfortunately, in overtime, Florida states kicker missed a field goal, Notre-Dame's kicker made their field goal. They win the game. But I just, I don't really care. It's a movie, still, it just had a bad ending. Just because it wasn't exactly what we wanted. It didn't make the moment any less special. It did a little bit. I would have loved to see. I can acknowledge that. I wanted to see we all did Mackenzie Milton make a comeback win the game. We didn't get that. But the fact that he even made it interesting was like incredible. And I thought, of all the games I watched this weekend this game Florida state Notre-Dame was the one that stood out to me and I was like, wow. And he had to throw on third and 11 to it was like a 15 yard throw down to the four yard line. McKenzie Milton, I put it on my Instagram stories, a video of him throwing over the middle. Geeks drilled as he's hit. It's a throw up and over a linebacker into a perfectly small window, that's an NFL throw. And I don't know that Mackenzie Milton's an NFL quarterback. But that one throw was like, dude. This is what Florida state needed at all game. They needed a guy to hang in the pocket and deliver the ball rather than whatever Jordan Travis was doing running around. They talked about before they gave him how Jordan Travis had all these problems and was struggling with confidence. And I'm like, why is this guy you're starting quarterback? No offense to the guy, but it was so clearly Mackenzie Milton, who was the better quarterback at Florida state. And I think everyone watching was like, where was this all game? I don't understand. Now, here's the last kind of weird, crazy thought..

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"milton" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"His team. This really good balance around me. People your objective. They'll tell me no. Tell me yes. Tell me whatever. I need whatever's honest. Now tell me. And there are a great balance to me and we've created this company now is over ten billion dollars today by the years in in my opinion. I can't tell anyone where it's gonna go. But i believe it will be three to four to five times and that's a great thing about being public is as soon as you start executing your vision just starts starts going crazy and that's where we're at so we let the retail investors. Come in you hit on this point earlier. Most people wait until it's too late for retail investors. Ever get involved. We allow retail investors to come in and they get a ride the right with us now. It's very volatile but they get a ride the ride with us and that's the advantage. It's not just big big humongous funds. Their buying your stock in the upside the the person gets to be part of the nicholas story now. And that's a. That's a brand new model that no one's really done before until now okay. So he's referring to saxon getting the company out early before it has product market fit before it really has customers when it kind of has these fouquet's letters of intent and let us intent are from me are just pieces of paper. They literally are worth the paper. They're printed on which i think. Paper cost a penny as a page or something like that. These days maybe two cents so it's absolutely worthless and this is perfect example of why you are responsible for your investments. You are responsible for doing your diligence because he is telling you in this video. He thinks he can go three or four or five acts and that you get to become along for the ride and that he's doing you a favor and all of that sounds really convincing you. Listen to him talking about this. Remember founders sociopaths. They all index for convincing people. Charismatic people Serial killers all very charismatic and You know he is basically you know doing a real sell job there on people. Who are he knew. Entrance to the markets and who wanted to participate in their company company which still hasn't earned any revenue from what i understand is trying to distance itself from trevor. Here's the quote from nikola trevor. Milton resigned on september. Twenty twenty twenty and has not been involved the copies operations or communication since that time. Today's government actions are against mr milton individually not against the company. So i guess. They're trying to keep this boat afloat the federal indictment States that melted engaged in a fraudulent to deceive retail investors in his own interest. Which kinda telegraphed on the show. Here's a minute forty-six. I'll see on the side. So now you've got all this cash on the balance sheet and you've got all this runway but you this building a network of hydrogen chargers and coordinating the building of hydrogen trucks and satisfying. A bunch of customer. Seems like an awful lot of work. And then i'm not sure exactly. What date did you announce that you're going to take on ford f. One fifty pickup truck and alon cyber truck and the riven riven is the sorry ravine so now you decide f it. I'm going to create an f. One fifty the best selling car in the united states. I think obviously bestselling truck. Why would you take on more work. That's a good question. Yeah.

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"milton" Discussed on Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra

Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra

"Do me a huge favor. My friend and dropped me a review down below here on apple. Podcast you can also follow me on spotify and iheartradio and we're also on audible and pandora and all your favorite podcast apps so with that being said. Let's dive in good morning and welcome to another episode here on coach's corner. Thank you so much for coming in. We got into ayala coming in all the way from salem oregon. And i'm telling you ladies and gentlemen you wanna get your coffee. You wanna get your t. You wanna get your water. You want to get all that stuff ready. Because today's episode is going to be jam packed twenty five or thirty minutes of power and so today. I've got a very good friend of mine that i met through clubhouse. If you ain't part of the club they need to get to the clubhouse if you are an apple user clubhouses one of the greatest networking tools that are out right now and so when i heard dr shah charlene allen milton speaking. I said listen. I gotta have her on my podcast and so this is who she is. She was in high school. She had a gpa of one point seven. I think i had like a one point. Three but look at what god is doing right if somebody would told me years ago even three years ago you're gonna be on podcast. You're going to be able to reach the world. I'd have been like y'all be tripping but this is the this is the god that we served all right and so through that time and i'm gonna let her share her testimony She was told that you know what college just may not be for everybody and so it just like a lot of us it wrecked her self esteem and that is not what god wants us to be and so her whole missing is helping women empowering women to understand that the struggles of life being able to bring all the overwhelm and Allow them to be empowered to know that they can get through a marriage they can get through raising kids. They can be that doctor they can be all of that and so that's what her story is so she can tell it better than i can but remember you can follow me a set. Free life dot net. My my website is getting worked on to be revamped but you could still follow me there. and you can Reach out to me at identity of one coaching gmail.com and so without further ado. I'm my mouth. And i'm going to bring on dr charlene allen milton so that she can share her story but also share her after. Where is she at after the adversity after the struggle after the challenges so tune in and here we go doctor allen. I mean doctors charlie..

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"milton" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"milton" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"In vain would symbols ring. They call the grisly king in dismal. Dan's about the furnace blew the brutish god solve nile as i isis and oros and the dog a newbies haste nor izzo cyrus scene in men fiene grove or green trampling the on showered grass with low ings loud nor can he be rest within his sacred chest not but profoundest hell can be huge crowd in vain with tim. Road anthems dark the sable stole source errors. Bear has worshipped are. He feels from judas. Land the dreaded infants hand the rays of bethlehem blind his dusky nor all the gods beside longer dare abide nor tifon huge ending in snaky twine are babe to show his god head true canon. His waddling bans control the dumbed crew. So when the sun in bed curtained with cloudy red pillows. His chin upon orient wave the flocking shadows pale troop to the infernal jail. Each fettered ghost slips to his several grave and the yellow skirted phase fly after the knights. Deeds leaving their moon loved maze but see the virgin blessed hath laid her babe to rest time as our tedious song. Sure here have ending. Heavens youngest teamed star has fixed her polished car her sleeping lord handmade lump attending and all about the court stable bright harnessed angels cert- an order serviceable a paraphrase on psalm. One hundred fourteen by john milton when the blessed seat of tourist faithful son. After long toil their liberty had one and passed from ferry and fields to canaan land led by the strength of the almighty's hand jehovah's wonders were in israel shown. His praise and glory was in israel known that saw the troubled sea and shivering fled and sought to hide his froth-pak hurled head low in the earth jordan's clearstream's recoil as a faint host that hath received the foil the high huge bellied mountain skip like rams amongst their use. The little hills like lamb's wife led the ocean and why skipped the mountains why turned jordan toward his crystal fountains shake earth and at the presence. Be aghast of him that ever was. And i shall last that glassy floods from rugged rocks can crush and make soft reels from fiery flintstones gush psalm. One thirty six by john milton. Let us with a glass of mind. Praise the lord for he is kind for his mercies. I endure ever faithful. Ever sure let us bless his name abroad. Four of god's he is the god for his mercies. I endure ever faithful ever sure. Oh let us his praises. Tell that death the wrathful tyrants quell for his mercies. I endure ever ever sure that with his miracles. Doth make amazed heaven and earth to shake for his mercies. I endure ever faithful. Ever sure that by his wisdom did create the painted heavens so full of state for his mercies. I endure ever faithful. Ever sure that did the solid earth ordain to rise above the watery plane for his mercies. I endure ever faithful. Ever sure that by his oil commanding might did fill the new made world with light for his mercies. I endure ever faithful ever sure and caused the golden trust sun. All the day long is course to run for his mercies. I endure ever faithful for the horned moon to shine by night amongst her spangled sisters bright for his mercies. I endure the ever faithful..

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"milton" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"They did march counts counted job. And who's paying her for all these amazing things like what the hell she kit. That t measure that. I let that should be a show. I want to do a radio show. But it's going to be the adventures of marge mentioned. Milton milton marge. That's good the i wonder. Woman wonder off their own milton. I love you. I can't wait to visit you this summer. For sixty hours yes mark. I'll be out. He was sixty hours in two minutes. He just wouldn't shut up display parked in that chair stove emerge swear to god not in the mood for you ever there your kids. That was that was so yeah you would notice is what i'm saying and lives on a cemetery you would think you would notice if a bunch of people were dying. People would be noticing hospitals around. The country are yeah right. Hospitals around the country are overblown accepted. If you talk to doctors and nurses and then get the social. And they don't know why no one's talking about it because it's not fucking happening will. Nobody's talking about it. That's because there's nothing to fucking talk about. It's not happening. i'm putting my foot down and saying it's just not happening in every well look at the numbers in the states. No it's not happening. Brendan this dates. God love him. Fucking todd cochran his a sober voice on this and he's saying it's not happening lying surprised me. The people are saying it's happening in lying and the other ones do you don't know we have no idea what's happening in the states. We don't know who if people are getting shot every day. We don't know fucking thing we follow. What the news says. And we hope that that's true and we go by that but it's not maybe usually turns out later that it's and this could be that no one wants to admit that he'd been fucking duped for a year. That's all this.

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"milton" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"Okay exasperated sound after this one. I'm not going to keep doing this. Pave the chromosome. God there's a corona avenue alone. I can't imagine that's a popular police delivery avenue. Get out get out. Just get the fuck out here now. I don't have it. I just the name of my street out with you. Get massacre no mass. Get out a cabdriver. Who stole my wallet today. No he didn't but it sounds cooler than i left it in his car He told me that he was in a place any coughed and they threw a. Oh my god really. Yeah like a medical get clinic or whatever is like how for an totally unrelated like to get his back ex raiders on that he coughed out discrimination. Well this whole thing is that's true. Anyway that's enough that i tell us so. There's my challenge. Please tell us. Years corona stories. I wanna know someone who knows something about. If you've had it. I will pay you to be on the show you i mean. I'll tell us you money in and likely won't but we'll talk. We'll work something. That would be awesome. Anyone who's had it. Please be able to interview unless you're dead kind of more boring but still cool. I guess wouldn't get a whole lot information. That's for sure you must. You must see people there anymore but you must have seen like just there must have just been massive influx of people. Go in your cemetery right because so many people are dying. Oh yeah absolutely. No not at all. Well how can you everybody's dying. How come you're not seeing massive. Hukou funeral homes are overwhelmed with all these death. I think because they're doing. They must be doing what they're doing in new york. Which is they're just throwing bodies into a giant fucking refrigerated trailer. Yeah you'd think you'd notice that in town link milton when you would think work when eighty percent of the town has time to sit down and massively analyzed. The new parking spot.

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"milton" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Oliver cromwell died in sixteen fifty eight his son. Richard succeeded him for a short time and in sixteen sixty charles. The second was restored to the throne to the last. Milton fought with tremendous earnestness against this catastrophe for to him. It was indeed a catastrophe. The return of the stuarts meant to him not only great personal danger but what was far more important. It meant the overthrow of all that he had for twenty years spent himself to us. It meant the up in government in religion and in society of ideals and institutions that he could not but regard as the extreme of reaction and national degradation. Almost a miracle. He escaped personal violence but he was of necessity forced into obscure retirement and their reduced in fortune. Blind and brokenhearted. He devoted himself to the production of paradise. Lost and paradise regained the great schemes. Which in his early manhood he had planned and dreamed over. Had for years been laid aside but now at last he had mournful leisure and with magnificent fortitude. He availed himself of the opportunity. Paradise lost had been begun. Even before the king's return in sixteen sixty five. It was finished and in sixteen sixty seven. The first edition appeared. Paradise regained and samson agonists. These were published in sixteen. Seventy one in sixteen fifty seven milton second wife katherine woodcock had died for about seven years after he lived alone with his three daughters whom he trained to read to him not merely in english but in latin greek italian french spanish and hebrew though they did not understand a word of what they read. What little we know of their relations to their father is not pleasant. They seem to have been rebellious. And on duty full. Though doubtless there was much provocation in sixteen sixty three milton took a third wife elizabeth mitchell who did much to give ease and comfort to his last years and who long survived him the retirement in which he lived during this third period when public affairs seemed to him to have gone all wrong was not absolutely solitary the harshness that appears in his controversial writings and the somewhat unsympathetic austerity that seems to be indicated by his relations with his first wife and his children are to be counterbalanced in our minds. By the impression of competitiveness that we derived from the picture of the old blind poet sought out by many who not nearly admired his greatness but found pleasure in his society and count it a privilege to talk with him and read to him stern and sad he could hardly fail to be but his old age was peaceful and not bitter. He died on november. Eighth sixteen seventy four and was buried in the church of saint giles cripple. Gay london.

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"milton" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"milton" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note among english men of letters there is none whose life and work stand in more intimate relation with the history of his times than those of milton not only was he for a long period immersed in political controversy and public business but there are a few of his important works which do not become more significant in the light of contemporary events and intern healthy understanding of these events themselves. It is evidence of this intimate relation that the periods into which his life naturally falls coincide with periods into which english history in the seventeenth century divides itself. The first of these extends from milton's birth to his return from italy and corresponds with that period. The reins of james. I and charles. I during which the religious and political differences which culminated in the civil war. Were working up to a climax. The second ends with his retirement into private life in sixteen sixty and coincides with a period of the civil war and commonwealth. The third closes with his death in sixteen seventy four and falls within the period of the restoration. John milton was born in bread street. London on the ninth of december sixteen. O eight he was. The son of john milton a prosperous scrivener. I e attorney and law stationer a man of good family and considerable culture especially devoted to music in the education of the future poet. The elder milton was exceptionally generous from childhood. He destined him for the church and preparation. Begun at home was continued at saint paul school in cambridge. We have abundant evidence that the boy was from the first two quick and diligent student and the late study to which he was. Addicted from childhood was the beginning of that injury to his eyes which ended in blindness. He entered christ's college cambridge in sixteen. Twenty five took the degree of be a in sixteen twenty nine and that of a in sixteen thirty two when he left the university after seven years residence but the development of affairs in the english church had overturned his plans and the interference of law with freedom of thought and preaching among the clergy led milton to prefer a blameless silence before the sacred office of speaking with servitude and forswearing so he retired to his father's house at horton in buckinghamshire and devoted the next six years two quiet study. The composition of a few poems in sixteen thirty eight milton set out on a journey to italy. After some days in paris he passed on by way of nice to genoa leghorn. Pisa and florence. In which last city he spent about two months in the society of wits and men of letters after two months more spent in rome he visited naples and had intended to cross to sicily and go then to greece. When rumors of civil war in england led him to turn his face homeward and as much he says as i thought base to be traveling at my ease for intellectual culture while my countrymen at home were fighting for liberty his writings produced abroad. Were all in italian or latin and seem to have brought him considerable distinction among the italian men of letters whom he met yet. Milton did not plunge rashly into the political conflict. After he returned from the continent the household at horn was broken up and he went to london to resume his studies and decide on the form subject of his great poem..

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"milton" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"milton" Discussed on Good Life Project

"So over the history of this show spending eight years more than five hundred guests. Two years filming on location and crew, and now more than six years is a podcast. I have been asked one question over and over and over. So who's your favorite guest so when you do what I do, you learn quickly to dodge the answer to that question for one. You can't win for any name. He dare to offer your simultaneously snubbing hundreds, and if I'm blessed to keep doing this long enough thousands of other people, but more importantly. If you're really paying attention, truthfully, there is no such thing as a favorite guest. Guest I don't do this to be entertained or to fall in love or to make new friends or to have favorites I do because I love doing it, and because it's a bit like my living laboratory, it's it's not about who I liked best, but rather who I have learned from WHO has left changed and on that level would have come to believe as you learn something if you allow yourself to remain open from every single person. As it is on screen. Has It is in front of a Mike in Studio on the? So it is in life. But as I sit here today. Having just learned of the passing of a man who has become as our producer, Lindsay often reminds me. The single most referenced guest by me. In the history of the show Milton Glaser. I can admit to one truth over the same span of time much as I have been profoundly inspired and humbled and awakened, and learn more than any book or school or course of study has taught me. There have been very few guests. Who when they walked out. The door left me thinking to myself. I live their life. Milton glaser was at the top of this very short list born and raised in the Bronx. He discovered what would become his life's work, and never in his eighty five or so years of. Building on that veered from it to make things that move people those are the words he shared with me. As soon as These words were offered in that classic Glazer Rasp. I can feel every cell in my body. Come alive with resonance me, too. I felt me to. My whole body just saying with recognition and resonance. Me To Milton me to. Glazer's list of accomplishments in the world of design and media and education, the stuff of legends launching a design agency push pin studios in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four with a bunch of friends who he graduated, Cooper Union with he would change the face of commercial illustration of art and design that famed Iheart. Logo Did that a tribute to the city. He loved so fiercely at a time when it was on the verge of bankruptcy of crumbling underneath him, Glazer wanted to do his part to help people. Re Imagine it to see the way he knew it to be the way it was in his heart, which probably explains why he was also a founder of York magazine that iconic Bob Dylan Rainbow Hair poster with more than six million copies in print glazer again. Thousands of other works of art posters, brands product packaging restaurants. You name it. Glazer was behind so much of it and Milton's work he it's been seen everywhere from the halls of global industry to local pub to. The Museum of modern. Art in New York City the George Pompidou Centre. In Paris in two thousand four. He received the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum Lifetime Achievement Award. He received the National Medal of Arts Award from President Obama in two, thousand, nine, the first graphic designer ever to be given dishonor. The man had his own typeface Glaser Stencil. That, brilliant mind and the artful hand, and the impact that they would have didn't stop at making, though he also taught for more than five decades, he shared his wisdom his lens on everything from life to art to beauty to work to love with thousands of students, many of whom have now gone out into the world to make their own lasting marks, and it wasn't just this diversion to craft to making meaning to the creation of an noticing of beauty to his commitment to teaching and giving back to the work. It was the choices that he made about who and what matter to him. The deep sustained commitment to living life on his terms, and never allowing himself to be boxed into anyone else's expectations in any domain of life to working and playing and spending time with his wife Shirley who he wed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, seven, and to whom he remained married until the day he died at age ninety one.

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"milton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"milton" Discussed on KOMO

"In Milton this collision on Pacific highway east at four way blocks all lanes northbound and southbound you're next forty nine forty four I'm J. political motives general dialogical eco roof forecast everybody it's Wednesday night you're the great Pacific Northwest it's chilly and still showering we've got lingering spotty rain but also some nice story breaks out there from time to time temps will drop into the thirties as we continue drying out into tomorrow morning Thursday will feature increasing clouds and eventually increase the chance for rain returning to western Washington by Thursday night that'll keep the soggy at times into Friday and right to this final March weekend in the cold weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell right now forty two degrees calling all available doctors Washington needs you come was Machel Esteban says right now the state is working to get volunteer health care for fighters ready in the battle against the coronavirus all professions from doctors and physicians assistants to nurses even if I call just to name some the majority are nurses the state says it got about three hundred nurses who have volunteered to get this only fifty seven doctors they need more doctors and surgeons once you get patients triage of course then it's about having enough doctors available right now out of the six hundred volunteers Hafer certified they are ready to be deployed now to be clear these are folks who likely have a medical license in another state not in our state the Washington medical commission is tracking all of this they told me because of the state of emergency and a twenty eighteen law recently put on the books it allows the state to fast track verify whether those practitioners are in good standing and get them certified and ready to deploy in about a week the old ones in our area in particular are under an incredible amount of stress.

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"milton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"milton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Milton here's we're gonna go to Steve from Milton number one Steve how are you tonight welcome they're not too bad how are you I'm doing great you're on the ring central nice I call a line as well what's your thought my my issue is is how can Elizabeth Warren ask folks never had the opportunity to cook to go to college through their tax dollars to subsidize the college education of people who are making significantly more money than they are well that's a great question that that is a great fundamental question I had the the thought of it I think the focus is on the people who are who just out of school and I'm looking at a hundred thousand dollar loan me a lot of people go for example to medical schools most people come out a medical schools are coming out with a huge won't but obviously if you come out of a good medical school you have a great career was a physician and over time you'll be able to pay that loan off I'm I'm more concerned about the sales job that all of us have been given go to college you got to go to college you got to go to college well there's a lot of people who don't need college they can self educated they can read the great books they can do all of that eight out of a trade school there's nothing wrong with always look I think we've looked down the people because the trades and right now the ones will make all the money try to get a plumber try to get a roofer try to get a carburetor for your whole you'll pay what you pay through the nose because they're in demand yeah and I just think it's just so fundamentally unfair to the apps of working class individual to pay the college build a millennial who's making twenty or thirty thousand dollars more than they are I just think it's ludicrous to even suggest that and that's something that the the with the mainstream media if you will just doesn't talk about well one fair yeah I'm so glad you did you raise the point no it it might be raised in it if she ever is the nominee but I don't think so I I think that her her window closed sometime around October September hunt Halloween and I I think that this campaign is it is going in the wrong direction I I'm I said a couple of years a year ago actually I was on MSNBC and I was having a conversation with a over them as MSNBC anchor person and a fellow talk show hosts out of Los Angeles who was very hot to trot on Elizabeth Warren and I actually thought that senator Harris would be of a better candidate for the democratic party I was wrong on that but I did say that in my opinion that that the more they got to know a little withdrawn the less that they would like her and I think that's what happened she doesn't wear well over time by the way Harris who looks like she's not thinking about endorsing Joe Biden and I've always felt that a Biden Harris ticket might ultimately be the ticket that the Democratic Party will nominate next next summer Milwaukee there will soon be sure what started you dance these great to talk with you thanks to raise that point let's keep rolling here goes another Stephen Milton not off we have to stay for Milton back to back we do Stephen Milton number two guarded Steve hi Dan I love the show I just turn on a few minutes ago coming back from a business trip and I couldn't be happier to see this woman go down in flames and what you know I was thinking about Donald Trump and I was comparing a minute in a debate today to James Michael Curley where he did not always have the Polish you didn't always have the track he didn't really care what the politicians said he just did what he thought was right and he went through with it but the real quote that I was thinking about today with in regards to our lives with one is a cold they used about James Michael Curley when they said whom the gods would destroy they would first make arrogant Elizabeth Warren is the height of arrogance and I think that quote would apply to her I think Jack Beatty made a written about in the rest okay and she is the height of arrogance telling us really you know just telling us what's best for us and in she's gonna she's gonna pay the price here and I hope the voters of Massachusetts come around I'm going to swell was this a condescending tone and and I first picked it up when she was asked I think it was Linda Jones you know the the late great Leonard Jones was reported here for for several years before she she passed all too suddenly a few years ago and she was asking Warren this would have been at the time I think of two thousand twelve when she first was running and I don't know if we have that a sound bite rob but it is the it is she's asked she's she's basically that point claiming she's native American and Lana Jones has to well how do you know that and you know again we don't have this available that's quickly but she said because my mother told me so and she said it that way this yeah okay here we go this is I want to play this for you Steve this is exactly I think what you're referring to listen one was at a Brookline restaurant to call for more Wall Street reforms when she was asked again are you part Indian yes.

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"milton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"milton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Milton Seltmann Milton supplement. I just gonna now give me some heavy sell him okay no no so soupy sales you could have given me some hands man. well I want to get to that I wanna you will recall it is all right but any US too soupy sales the sons hunt and Tony yeah were any pops rhythm section in the Stooges. yeah the drummer and the bass player went into any sales and. they also were in there with a van for David Bowie in ten machine ten machine work well that that was a classic. yeah right now all right brother thank you very much okay have a great trip and once you one more thing Bradley I hear you recently even talking about have an sleep problems yeah. well I remember I told you awhile ago about my eating habits it was the first. yes you like to search what are you please give it a try it takes a while so don't eat anything bigger than your fist. yeah like five or six times a day yes I do I totally do that. okay I do not have a big meal. yeah there is a big meals because that's one can see what are just such a metabolism often that help you not sleep a and plus you you won't gain weight yeah you know I've been doing for fifteen years and I'm I'm just a couple of my friends do it and we're just so happy with isn't it like I said it takes awhile to get used to though I already used to it I'm already there. go for it man thank you very much and have a great safe trip an odd shout out to more go in Florida. magnesia noon fave okay thanks buddy is Dave in San Francisco next we have fill in all the great city of Lowell. we're gonna have as a guest star in an envelope by the way soon sooner rather than later I hope at filling all I because remember Rick cassock who by the way. has passed on in a surprise WBZ we had a talk when.

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"milton" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"milton" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Mean you better a job to do so hot that Milton due to I'm trying to get before the cool done run out may give in the business is going to stop American and to gain motor two wins so and so no okay so this okay the man a look back which is to try to see the glass choose a new face in a.

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"milton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"milton" Discussed on KTRH

"Milton Friedman early in his career was involved. With the government as an economist. And as a bureaucrat and needing to fund the war effort, they imposed the automatic withholding and Milton Friedman. Later regretted that of everything he ever did. It was his greatest regret. It was his error for which he could not forgive himself because as he noted well the money was needed at the time. And that's why they did it in a crisis. You do these sorts of things. He said that what it did to the psychology of the American taxpayer by taking his money from him before he ever sees it. You were disconnecting him from something over which he rightfully owned. By leaving him only that which you didn't take. He wasn't sufficiently angry. For many of you, you have your taxes withheld through the course of the year because you'll have built into the year. If you received your entire paycheck. And had to write a check with every paycheck. For the amount that you're currently having withheld. It would deepen the resentment. It would call for you to be more angry about the waste. You would care. You wouldn't simply say, well, let's what happens it take our money, and we'll just have to live with it. You know, Oprah even during the Obama administration Oprah Oprah who was the biggest Obama supporter, and he was tax razor made the point that she was paying too much in taxes. What what she could do with that money better than the government? Could. I mean, even Chris rock made the point. I didn't like they did like raise taxes taxes all you'll even pay taxes. They take tax money go. That's not a payment. That's a Jack. Get checked Jack every week. This day. They'd take money to check every week. Then they want some more money in April. What is that? Why.

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"milton" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"milton" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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