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Australian prime minister concedes election defeat
"Australia's center left opposition party has toppled the ruling Conservative Party after almost a decade in power I am humbled by this victory And I'm honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the 31st prime minister of Australia These are the words of new Australian prime minister Anthony albanese his victory speech also included promises of sharper reductions in greenhouse gas emissions while he faces an early foreign policy test outgoing prime minister Scott Morrison said he accepted the will of the Australian people In Australians and their judgment and I've always been prepared to accept their verdict and tonight they had delivered their verdict and I congratulate Anthony Aberdeen in the Labor Party and I wish him and his government all the very best I'm Karen Chammas
The Right, the Left, and the Ideological Bubbles
"Right, now you're a progressive from Silicon Valley. And I've been up there. I've had dinner with Mark Zuckerberg at his house. I'm one of the token conserves that show up there and talk to people up there occasionally. And I think dignity in a digital age may be the best case for the progressive agenda that I've read. I'm not persuaded. But I'm curious if the, if you agree with me, I think that the overwhelming oppression of the left in Silicon Valley means conformity and thinking that it drives out center right points of view. Do you agree with me that the mind think up there is a deep blue bubble? Yeah, I believe in this country. We have a problem that we're all in our bubbles. And that we're unwilling in certain cases to subject our ideas to scrutiny. I think that's a problem. At times on the left, I think it's a problem also on the right. So, you know, I think this cancel culture and goes, in my view both ways. You know, there was my Alma mater. Yale law school, I was embarrassed that there were students yelling down the speaker because they had a conservative point of view. On the other hand, the idea that, you know, you don't read what they Toni Morrison's beloved, who was one of the great American writers, objectively taking from faulkner. I think that's also silly.
Richard Morrison Describes the Role of the SEC
"What is the SEC? What is their intended role in this marketplace? So the security and exchange commission was created in the 1930s after The Great Depression where a lot of people thought the 1920 non stock market crash meant that the markets needed more government supervision. So Congress passed two laws one in 33 and one 34 that basically are the basis of the modern institution of the SEC today. So they regulate public companies publicly traded companies that you can buy shares from. And most of what they do is requiring companies to issue information, make truthful disclosures about their company. So there's a bunch of different regulations and forms that they have to follow. These form, it's called a ten K form, or they have to fill in all sorts of information. And it's a lot of the sort of things that you would find in a company's annual report. You know, if you're a shareholder, you just go to a company's website, you know, you can almost always find their annual report there. So it's a description of the company and what they think their opportunities for the future are and possible threats. So the other thing is the policing fraud. And so there have been as long history of investment fraud, get rich quick schemes, people that are trying to take your money with false promises. So the SEC is in charge of policing that as well. So it's a little bit like the Federal Trade Commission also protects consumers from fraud and lots of different areas. The SEC does it specifically when it comes to investments, things like stock trading and whatnot. So I think there's even if you are sort of a libertarian who are freedom loving person, small government person, there's certainly a role to play for an agency like the SEC because we don't believe in force and fraud. You know, we don't believe in people stealing your money. Under false pretenses. And so I'm glad that the SEC is there, you know, stopping people from defrauding the widows and orphans of
What Is Capitalism Really? Richard Morrison Explains
Who Is Richard Morrison of the Competitive Enterprise Institute?
"Richard, before we get started, to sort of tell us about your background, how did you, what your involvement? How do you got with, you got to have an interesting background. I've read you're a little bit of your bio. So what did this tell us, you know, where you came from in this regard and how you just where you're at today with some of these things. Oh, thanks. So I'm a research fellow now here at the competitive enterprise institute and I've been here most of my career in Washington. I was here for a while as a communications person. I used to book interviews on radio and TV, so I've been on the other half of this as well. And then I worked for the tax foundation here in Washington, D.C.. It's just like it sounds about trying to enact good sound tax policy. And then I came back again. I'm one of CEI's boomerang employees, people who have been there left and come back. So now I focus on things like the SEC, corporate governance, what we call ESG, environmental, social, and governance, which is a lot of, I would say a lot of left wing activism coming together with business and issues like that about capitalism in general. You know, why do we have a free economy? Why is it free economy good? How can we keep it free? That sort of
Why Novak Djokovic's visa was canceled -- and what it means for the Australian Open
"Djokovic Djokovic arrived arrived in in Melbourne Melbourne to to defend defend his his title title at at the the first first major major tennis tennis tournament tournament of of the the season season but but his his visa visa was was cancelled cancelled Djokovic Djokovic received received a a medical medical exemption exemption from from the the strict strict corona corona virus virus vaccination vaccination requirements requirements at at the the open open many many Australians Australians are are furious furious I I think think it's it's a a disgrace disgrace we've we've all all done done the the right right thing thing we've we've all all gone gone out out and and go go to to L. L. L. L. Judson Judson L. L. boosters boosters and and we we have have someone someone that's that's come come from from other other cities cities and and all all the the sudden sudden he's he's he's he's been been exemption exemption compliant compliant US US drilling drilling in in prime prime minister minister Scott Scott Morrison Morrison says says joke joke of of it it should should be be treated treated just just like like anyone anyone else else if if he's he's not not back back tonight tonight and and he he must must provide provide acceptable acceptable proof proof that that he he cannot cannot be be vaccinated vaccinated for for medical medical reasons reasons joke joke of of edge edge tested tested positive positive for for the the corona corona virus virus in in June June of of twenty twenty twenty twenty I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue Djokovic Djokovic arrived arrived in in Melbourne Melbourne to to defend defend his his title title at at the the first first major major tennis tennis tournament tournament of of the the season season but but
Judge Schroeder Bans MSNBC From Kyle Rittenhouse Trial
"But here is judge Schroeder explaining why he has had to ban MSNBC and NBC from the courthouse And this would be the same MSNBC and NBC who behave themselves and follow the edicts of the genocidal communist enemy that is China So they don't lose the exclusive television broadcast rights in the United States for the communist Chinese Olympics They fall in line just like LeBron James and the corrupt NBA and all the rest of them Cut three go Last evening A person who identified himself as James G Morrison And who claimed that he was a producer with NBC News And played for MSNBC And under the supervision of a person what's going on Oh okay Under the supervision of someone named Irene bion in New York For MSNBC the police when they stopped him because he was following in a distance of a black and went through a red light pulled him over and inquired of him what was going on in the gave that information And stated that he had been instructed by miss ion In New York to follow the jury bus
"morrison" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"Because blacks don't get placed in ap classes at the same level that whites do and so all of these are complexities and these areas and things that have to be dealt with even in public education as we look at these various curricula and these various activities my hope areas and with your help with the help of others my hope. Is you know that that my book in mine counter with racism in the forbidden word an american classic would be taught alongside adventures of huckleberry finn. Yeah you know there's we're gonna yeah. So i'm i'm kind of going you mark to help advance. Theft have advanced that these were just mentioned the young man who's mothers in the ad i guess in the campaign ad yung-chen the republican nominee in virginia for virginia governor. Released apparently is An attorney and he was in he was even attorney now but he was a kid in the class and he was having night terrors from reading beloved in toni. Morrison's in a toni. Morrison's book in school and it has now come out to your point that he was an an ap student as a matter of fact So yes but they were reading tony morrison in ap class yeah the ap the ap classes are designed for white people. And that's who they put in most of them they. That's that's who they put in. These classes will be interested in the who the teacher was year. And i don't have the school added looked at it but yet but so folks. Tony morrison who defended us reading mark twain Not a- non-critically though is the gut. Republican governor Canyon virginia wants to ban it but yet huckleberry fans okay and as our guest has said that also should not be cheaters. Toni morrison and not be rea- non critically if anything. We need to be re huckleberry fan with a toni. Morrison's essay beside it and this new book in might encounter with racism in the forbidden word in american classic. The bottom line is classics in the white cannon. They never go away the always there they stand alone it you know i mean at some point life goes on while they still classics When you you in law school when you an attorney you have to go to. Doctors have to get continuing medical education. But there's no review of these classics. And how they presented. There's no renewal. We keep presenting them the same way and that has gotten us as a society. That's the question before it's and my guest is raising that question. Dr james henry harris folks check out the book in my encounter with racism and the forbidden word in an american classic. My guest has been much love to you and the faculty and the students and the entire virginia union community specter in especially doctor. Dr john kennedy one of the great Theological scholars there thank you my brother for teaching our.
"morrison" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"So would you argue that this book foot because was what made it so popular. You would argue. That's the only reason it was popular. And therefore it maybe it should not be as valued or as classical as as people would argue for it to be. Well have to be a little careful. Only because playing is a pretty good. You know twain is a pretty good writer aside from that he is a pretty good writer and he does he. He can turn a phrase and so forth but at the same time malcolm it is that essentially because of the inherent negatively that is associated with the word nigger the book in it of its the book also not only embolden but almost justified white america's use of the terminology even though the american usage was a reflection of what was going on every single day. And i think twain picked up on that and tapped into into the culture. Even though of huckleberry finn is in fact about more than that as well i mean it is about. Is you know. It's a critique of religion it's a secretary of classism and it's a critique of of white people as well but i might monument is that twain because he could he could be in both worlds. I think he took advantage of that and capitalize on it. You mentioned tony morrison and again folks. The governor the gubernatorial candidate would ban toni. Morrison's books and you know there. Is this conversation going on on fox news about the discomfort white folks white students would feel having to leigh tony morrison and talk about critical race theory and talk about race. That would make them feel harming uncomfortable. Which tony morrison said about huckleberry finn. And i'm going to paraphrase is that she sought to quote release huckleberry finn from the clutch of submittal nostrums about lighting out for the territory and instead revive its contest. Dettori combative critique of ante. Bellum america the hell it puts the reader through is exactly toni. Morrison's point the novel produces and reproduces palpable alarm. And and that that would be a good thing she even wrote it..
McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign
"So America, Joe Biden, you go out there and vote for Terry mccaul and Joe Biden after last night's rally. There was a, quote, rally. Let me show you a couple of pictures, put up by our friend Mac. Here is the CBS picture of the rally that the president did with Terry mcauliffe in Virginia last night. If you're watching on YouTube, you can see that picture. I don't see it yet, so maybe it's stuck in the ether. But it looks like a good crowd. You don't even think, wow, wow, the president may have more hustle than we think. Maybe he's really good at it. Then you pan out. There's the first picture. That's the CBS News picture. Then you pan out, and they've taken over one corner of one tiny park in Virginia across the river from The White House. And they basically rounded up the locals and shuffled them into maybe 300 people there. That 300 people Dwayne, do you think that's 300 people? I'm not sure that that's 300 people. But the president, though, is simply out to lunch on this stuff. Here he is, last night, talking about blend young and who has clearly got the Democrat scared to death of winning an upset that would be an earthquake in America. Cut number 17. Jesse look how he's closing his campaign. He's gone from banning a woman's right to choose to banning books written by a Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize winning author. Toni Morrison. So if you talk about love, by the way, which I just finished recently and he's talking about not banning books, but about allowing parents to know which books are being read in what their messages are beloved as a fine book for teenagers to read and I'm sure glad you can would agree with that. But if you have to start what you're attacking opponent is saying, then you're responding to attacks two days before an election with a weak and unpopular president in a tiny park with nobody in it. And that means Terry mcauliffe is sucking air because people don't like Joe Biden
"morrison" Discussed on The First 100 Days
"Giving you unscripted access and tips to help you navigate any new transitions or initiative in life and at work shelley morrison is vice president of the global demand center domo a business intelligence and analytics platform in our conversation. She has lessons learned. And what it takes to be successful as modern dimension ration- marketer check out. The full episodes released earlier this week and he is a short snippet of conversation. What makes a really great demand. Marketer is someone who is it afraid to innovate and challenge themselves so just because something performed really well a year ago. A promise you it's not going to perform the same. Everything is changing even more so because of what happened in the past year and a half and challenge yourself and challenge those around you to think differently to a week that makes a really good demand gen marketer. Being curious and digging into data to solve problems is really necessary. If you don't find an answer for a problem that you have and you've looked at the data take a step back and then come at it at a different angle. Because there's a way to solve a problem there's a way to glean insights and just going well the data shows it's not working but there's something more there what is the context behind it. Why isn't resonating with the prospect or the current customer. However you're working your demand efforts so to be a really strong demand gen marketer. It is all of those things. Innovating being curious challenging. What you've done before all of those and especially if you're in the agency world bringing new ideas to the table that challenge or client to because i will tell you that as someone who ran the digital media in analytics at my previous agency and then moved into run all of our customer success so our sales marketing and customer success managers that is one thing clients want they want to be challenged. They want you as the expert to go. I know this is what you wanna do. But how about we try it this way instead of just going okay check. We're doing that. Check redoing that. They don't want customers that want order takers. They want partners minuscule. That makes sense in marketing. Things change on a time now. There's no cookies what we're gonna do like. Gd changing they keep changing is constantly so those listening like if they want to get something specific that when you say challenge clients or innovate. Can you give an example of maybe just a framework because otherwise i could come up with an idea today and tomorrow but is elegant more structure way of come to innovate and a push us out a little bit innovative one percent better today after. Yeah i always say you start with the problem that you're trying to solve so you identify the problem and what you're trying to solve and what results are trying to get and from there it is okay. What are the important pieces of data. I need to dig into this and solve this problem. What has been working. What hasn't been working if this thing has been working over here understanding why it's been working in how you actually do it better or differently. Always start with the problem and what you're trying to achieve and then build from there with data and insights and challenge yourself. Don't be afraid to go okay. I'm testing this thing. Give yourself at this level of data or this amount of time depending on the type of program you're running i'm going to reevaluate and really test. If this is poke at it myself go. Did i do what i wanted to do. Does this is this changing anything. Is this moving the needle differently. And if it's not rethink about it again right it's okay to test yourself in fail. That's digital marketing especially in this world. We live in now where things changed so much testing and learning and testing and learning. And just because something again. I go back to just because something worked a year ago or even a month ago doesn't mean it's going to keep working the same so constantly be poking at things and be really curious in analytical.
"morrison" Discussed on The First 100 Days
"Thirty days to launch a global demand project. Not one hundred thirty days. Shelley morrison is the vice president of the global demand center domo a business intelligence and analytics platform before domo. She rose at a marketing agency where she got exposure to all different kinds of projects with this background. Shelly was prepared to tackle her biggest project yet. Listen as she shares lessons learned and what it takes to be successful as modern dimension the region marketer about the agency side the consulting side..
Biden, Morrison meet days after new sub deal
"President Biden and Australia's leader are trading praise days after unveiling a new partnership that led to a diplomatic blowup with France meeting of the U. N. General Assembly sidelines United States has no closer more reliable ally Australia while prime minister Scott Morrison said he appreciates the president's focus on the Indo Pacific region you get neither mention last week's deal that saw Australia agreed to acquire U. S. nuclear subs while canceling a previous of agreement with France which is furious Paris's top diplomat says there's now a crisis of trust with the U. S. but the president's downplaying tensions with America's oldest ally Sager make ani Washington
Australia Says France Knew of 'Grave' Submarine Concerns
"Australia's prime minister has defended his government's actions the putting out of the deal with France for pizza submarines France accused Australia of hiding its intentions to back out of the ninety billion dollar contracts however Australian prime minister Scott Morrison said France was well aware of the issues before straight you have pulled out of the deal I have would have had every reason to know that we have date and grave concerns president Joe Biden revealed last week in New annoyance including Australia and Britain that would deliver an Australian pizza at least H. nuclear powered submarines the cancellation has caused a diplomatic crisis which has seen falls recorded some bath does to the United States and Australia president Biden French president Emmanuel macron will talk for the first time since the stock began in an attempt by the U. S. to mend relations with the European nation I'm Karen Thomas
Biden Announces Joint Deal With U.K. And Australia to Counter China
"Wednesday was a busy day Just all the nonsense came afterwards. Sees news program of course but that we're going to start off with the u. aucas partnership is that how we pronounce it. Not really sure. I'm sure joe biden is going to tell us just one second but this is the united kingdom. The united states in austria have agreed what they describe as a landmark defense and security partnership that will defend our security interests around the world. I'm not sure who are is but that's what they're saying And so it's going to see the us. The uk and australia or lease astray is going to be provided with technology to build nuclear powered submarines for the time and other very boris johnson was very keen to make sure everybody understood that this was nuclear powered submarines the of a nuclear reactor on there to provide propulsion. But nothing else. So the nuclear weapons on there but Well joe stole the show. I have to say they had a bit of a press conference and joe was in the middle of the street prime minister on the left on boss johnson on the right And stretched enough. Joe didn't say anything prime minister led off. They weren't in person. I should've said Because of prime minister and the debars johnson On the on screen only so after they had both spoken. Joe thank them. Let's have a list. That went. And i wanna thank That fell down under. Thank you very much. Appreciate the premise. I i'm honored today to be joined by to america's closest allies australia united kingdom to launch a new phase of the trilateral security cooperation among our countries as prime minister morrison a prime minister. Johnson said thank you for this partnership your vision as we embark together on this strategic mission. Although australia the uk and us partnership aucas. It sounds strange in all these acronyms but assists goodwin
"morrison" Discussed on Mo Egger
"Junior you get jay morrison if you hear their podcast which is called here. That podcast growl. And you get them together. Jay this week has written about ricardo allen. Who was really really good about twenty one snaps on sunday and now he's injured. He's written about what that means. He breaks down in a really smart way. Some of the decision making the we talked about with. Zack taylor all week long. Extensive coverage from j. So read him in the athletic subscribe athletic dot com. And make sure you follow jay on twitter at j morrison. Eight t h. It's it's good to have you. Did andy dalton say anything interesting today. Does he ever know.
Australia Dumps French Submarine Deal for US Nuclear Fleet
"Australian prime minister Scott Morrison says the nation has decided to invest in US nuclear powered submarines and dump his contract with France to build diesel electric subs on Wednesday president Joe Biden has announced a new security alliance with Australia and Britain that would develop an Australian nuclear powered submarine fleet as a result Australia has notified Franz that it would end its contract to build twelve of the world's largest conventional submarines Marcin hood said US nuclear submarine technology wasn't an option open to Australia when the earlier deal was struck in twenty sixteen the U. S. house until now only shed the technology with Britain it's a move that could deepen a growing chasm in US China relations I'm Charles the last month
Biden announces Indo-Pacific alliance with UK, Australia
"The White House has formed a new alliance with Britain and Australia for sharing military and cyber technology for a security presence in the Indo Pacific region president Biden announced it's a natural alliance after decades of cooperation making sure that each of us has a modern capability the most modern capabilities we need to maneuver and defend against rapidly evolving threats what he didn't discusses that experts say China could view this as a provocative move as the U. S. refocuses foreign policy on the Pacific although an administration official stated the alliance is not honing in on any one country the first mission will be to help Australia acquire submarines powered by nuclear energy prime minister Scott Morrison via video call working together to deliver a site and we'll secure region that ultimately benefits for Jackie Quinn Washington
Delta's Force: Australia's Covid Plans Crumble
"Australia has just chalked up its worst daily count of covert nineteen infections. Meanwhile the country is dramatically shifting. Its approach to the pandemic as prime minister. Scott morrison outlined on monday. The national plan we've developed and degrade is a pathway to leaving with disbars that is i'll go to live with this bars not to live in fear of it. Most restrictions will be eased when the country is about three quarters vaccinated because this cannot go on forever. This is not a sustainable way to live in this country. Australia has been one of a handful of countries to take a zero. Koga approach with strict border restrictions and rigorous contact. Tracing life for much of the pandemic has been fairly free but then in june a man infected with the delta variant wandered through a sydney shopping mall seating an alarming wave of infections as early as cova nineteen cases spot to a new record high on sunday. Health officials have warned. The country is vulnerable to more deaths and hospitalizations given just twenty seven and a half percent of the national population is fully vaccinated. New zealand is suffering too with a spike in cases. That's led to a massive push in vaccinations for today. All adults over age thirty or eligible the plans that countries have been working to were all in response to last year's variance of the corona virus. Now a lot of those tactics must evolve as well was trailer like several other countries in the pacific bruce youth as zero covet strategy from the very beginning so they have managed to keep cases very very low throughout the entire pandemic. Slovakia trump is our healthcare correspondent for much of the past eighteen months. People were able to visit friends or go to shops restaurants and even fielders but now it seems like their strategy is no longer tenable with the delta variant. Which is highly contagious.
"morrison" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"Okay so for people who have finished reading this book and they're looking for more. What would you recommend they check out next. If you're a fan of using of like black creators using alternative genres to like tell. The stories of african americans the show atlanta by donald. Glover on hulu is a really good and really weird. Kind of surrealist is the best way to describe it about a black man in atlanta. Trying to make it as a rapper and one of his friends played by keith. Stanfield who i'm a. I'm a big fan of all of work. He's just kind of always in this other dimension in just he's never quite there and he'll say these things on you're just like what and the plot is very surrealist. It's it's very bizarre show but really really well written. And then if you're gonna read another tony morrison book i would say try tar baby Similarly more toni morrison she has so much out there. That beloved is actually the first part in what is referred to as a trilogy. the characters don't continue at similar themes so i'm intrigued. How it got dubbed the trilogy. If that was morrison's doing or publishers but the two books that came after beloved where jazz and paradise. So if you're looking to continue in this very similar vein stick with those and then otherwise We've talked on the podcast before about friday black. It's a short story collection by nana kwami agyei brenna which uses horror to talk about the black experience in america. And oh off time ahead. I just remembered her body in other parties. Some of the stories in that as well our horror to talk about the expense of women and that is by carmen. Maria machado's the author of that collection. Okay changing all the gears shifting to a completely different dimension what are things that are bringing joy lately what are you. Currently obsessed with recently discovered the album american boyfriend by kevin abstract. It's an older one. He's from the boy group. Brock hampton which. I'm not a huge fan of. But i really love kevin. Abstract sola work. And then atypical season. Three is out on netflix. I have not watched yet. But i am about to and then today as of this moment what. I'm currently obsessed with is a new story from the olympics about the two top. High jumpers wants from qatar and once from italy. And they both like keep one upping each other and keep matching each other until there's one height that neither of them can jump and so they like just give each other a big hug and like decide to share the gold medal. This it's so adorable. I'm i'm obsessed with it. And they both look so happy end Hugging it's great. I'm like if this was all of what the olympics was. I would be down. So i recently moved out of our old apartment. A now. i severely downsized in a positive way. so was getting rid of a bunch of things had a whole stack of these graphic. Tees that i love the look of the front of in the design on it like they're all like longer or kind of boxy or like just like i don't wear them as much and have been really into crop up slightly so i took a note from literally everyone who's been doing this since like twenty ten in like cutting t shirts but i just got up a bunch of my old graphic tees into crops and it's great i feel like i have a whole new wardrobe and yeah it's awesome. I've been wearing all these shirts that i've been linked buried away including my Super metal looking current punishment t shirt on my god. it's so fun and lawrence. The band just released a new album called hotel. Tv that we have been playing nonstop..
"morrison" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"I don't like seek it out. But like you know intellectually. I appreciate why it exists. Said what it does and so i kind of the lens that we wanted to take to like understand this novel so being the prolific researchers that we are we googled elements of horror to kind of walk through what defines the horror genre specifically the cow more than us so of course. We found things like suspense and monsters and unsettling qualities something. That's a mystery all these different things to kind of like add up to what makes it scary as well as some kind of straightforward plotlines like as horror dot. Fm refers to as the complex discovery plot. So you start out with the onset or existence of a horrific event says evidence of it Discovering it's 'cause confirmation of its cause in then confrontation that leads to either victory or defeat depending on how you look at it. So those kind of elements we see and it's not like a one. Plus one equals horror. Miss all these elements together and you have a you know a pulitzer prize. Winning novel obviously morrison is doing a lot here via. Let's say let's start out with this style and how tony morrison is approaching horror. Yeah like for me. The first thing that tipped me off that this wasn't just regular historical fiction was her style of writing she's got this very like it's very melodic artsy but in like a really creepy way. It's like really other worldly. Like i was saying reading it kind of felt like a dream like something that happened to a different version of me like the way her prose is just really. I guess bizarre. In like the literary sense you know of being kind of outside of the norm her her sentences kind of move around a lot and she uses punctuation. Sometimes she does end. She moves between quotation and thought similar to wolf actually in a way where she moves in between people's minds in a way that never you never quite sure where you're at physically like a creepy version of mrs dalloway with murder plus murder. I think the jumping around in time part that you mentioned like who's point of view. Are we seeing this from. That's are really likes. threw me off. I think.
"morrison" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"Morrison is one is examples of someone who had a long and successful career that we will see so much come from and see her own ideas and work kind of evolve over time before she passed at the late age. That's tony morrison. I'm sure i left much out. So if you have a favorite thing you know about tony. More senator favorite quote or something us. We love to hear okay well. This book is tricky to summarize. So i'm gonna be fairly general here because it's it exists kind of in two different timelines and not a lot happens on a day to day level you know a lot of like sitting around the house and like thinking thoughts about him and remembering things is kind of the plot so basically present day timeline. One i'm seth on her daughter. Denver live in this kind of haunted house. The address is two to four and so they call the house to do for. It's like a it has a name basically they don't call it home. They got two to four and the plot sort of get started because a man from her past shows up his name is paul d and they sort of begin a relationship and it starts bringing up memories of basically how they know each other is. They were enslaved at the same place and he also knew. deceased husband and a girl shows up who denver. And seth i believe is the embodiment of says. Dad daughter who they called beloved who they think has been the one haunting the house this whole time but beloved shows up and like a physical form and all of these memories get stirred up and so we follow kind of the plot of cephas life of how she got herself to freedom and how she ended up where she is now and she comes to live with her mother-in-law in free territory. I'm her mother. Laws name is baby suggs. And she's kind of spiritual leader in their town so we sort of moved back and forth between flashbacks and present day. I'm kind of exploring south. A story we learn about how her husband died. How they got the free land and eventually we learn how beloved died and why southern denver are so sure that the person haunting their house and the physical form of this girl is her dead daughter and we find out. It's because seth killed her and was planning on killing all our children so that they wouldn't be taken into slavery when they're her former slave masters shows up. Yeah that's the kind of ocean. Shit moment that i was referring to earlier because you sort of go the whole time assuming that the really cruel slave masters the one who killed beloved and then you find out that it was seth a herself as so. That's the story and it sounds a lot like the real very real story that it was based off of so that.
"morrison" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"In publishing she moved to syracuse and worked for the textbook division of random house that like was her foot in the door to the publishing industry She eventually moved to new york city to work in random house's fiction department and she was the first female black editor of fiction at random house then she begins writing. I mean she's been teaching english. She's been publishing and editing a very much in the literary world but she publishes her first novel at the age of thirty nine. The book is called the bluest. I it was published in nineteen seventy and she quickly. Aw success in her writing her second novel. Soula was nominated for national book award and by her third novel she was quote a household name. Song of solomon was third novel and she at this point quit working in publishing in order to rightful time. She wrote a ton more. You can see your whole list will lincoln in our show notes of all the essays and novels and short story collections and children's books. But today we're talking about beloved beloved was published in nineteen eighty seven and it's actually inspired by the true life incident involving margaret garner who hasn't escaped slave from kentucky who fled to go and very similarly she was captured in accordance with the fugitive slave act but when the us marshals came to take her and her family they found that she had killed her two year old daughter and was attempting to kill her other children to spare them from being returned to slavery. So after reading about that story Tony morrison decided to take that accounts that she read Like a newspaper clipping from the time when the event happened in kind of flush out into a larger story speaking to that individual experience but also to the wider experience of enslaved people escaped slaves in america during that time. All that adds that had so much to our discussion and i. I can't wait to get to it now. Yeah the good nugget in my research. That i was excited to share with you because i figured it would get your wheels spinning this so much more about anymore. We could talk for a long time. Oliver accolades in a war is in life. Experiences notably she taught at princeton university for a long time should receive an honorary doctorate from oxford. Additionally morrison was asked to be a guest curator at the louvre and she wrote children's books with her son until he passed a feature forty seven or sorry forty five ultimately morrison died in twenty nineteen from complications of pneumonia at the age of eighty eight. I feel like often when we talk about really prolific authors. Obviously it's not one or the other but often we talk about writers like charlotte braun tae. Who wrote incredible work in then died very young. And you're like oh what could they have been. I feel like tony..
"morrison" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"Of reading it besides like this vague sense of feeling like a dream is the way that she writes it. Her style is very dreamlike. And we're going to talk about that more in a minute. But i think that contributes to why i like if feels like i read this in an alternate reality and i'm trying to remember you know it's it's sort of exists outside of time but something very visceral memory that i have of the book. The two vendors the scene. Where baby songs has this kind of. It almost had a similar vibe. To me of a seance in the woods of this kind of spiritual thing that existed outside of time and then the like oh shit moment when you realize that killed beloved wailers that like holy shit kind of like brain exploding moment where just sinks into your body and you're like oh. I was not expecting. That really really stuck with me and is the main reason why i remember liking up so to me. That's a sign of good horror book. Right where the the big reveals are like really. You're just do not see them coming. So yeah that-that's like my main experience of this book is like i went to an alternate reality and read it but i remember the ending so i understand. You did a lot of research. His author bio so. I'm curious to hear while here's what happens. Is that author bios in often. When we read a younger author contemporary author know. there's just like some basic information about them out there but when we read some of these like you know huge names. The biggest names in literature. There's so many details in all of it feels so important to share. It's available everywhere as far as like all the stuff about their lives. So i'll i'll give you the greatest hits of tony morrison. Maybe not even greatest hits the high level things to know about tony morrison so most of this comes in the national women's history museum website as well as a slew of other things. When i googled. Tell me more about lorraine ohio in random things like that so anyways. If you are aware of tony morrison she is one of the most celebrated authors in the world and in addition to writing plays in children's books her novels have earned countless prestigious awards including the pulitzer prize was. She won for beloved as well as the presidential medal of freedom from president obama and she was the first african american woman to win the nobel prize in literature as reminded nobel prize on For like your whole career with pollsters for an individual book so.
"morrison" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"He's books as a tool for personal and community groups this week. We are reading the classic beloved by toni. Morrison and there are major spoilers in this book so if you are a person who cares about having a book spoiled for you before you read it. This is your official warning. Yes and if you haven't read it but you just don't care about spoilers you're so welcome here. We are excited to dive into this book. And the genre of horror in general is gonna we get time so julian. I have had this book on our collective shelf for quite some time. Yeah i feel like this book has such a story to it beyond beyond the story between pages or between the covers. It's our book child. It's our book child. Julia was visiting me in cambridge. What we were both studying abroad in england and there was a big street festival on mill. Road that we went to and there was a bookshop that on the street they had a whole stand with these wrapped books like presence and for like two pounds or something cheap. You could just pick up any of them and it was a surprise. You rapid juliana. I being broke college. Students who also had limited luggage space said. Let's get one book together so we both chipped in and we picked up a book. I mean you can go to eyeball what kind of book you're gonna get. I like my friend. Got the recipe cookbook. in hers. Because she's like this was like small and hard buck that's cool But we you know went for the generic fiction. Size paperback now. Yeah and it turned out to be beloved by toni. Morrison so the the addition that we've read is actually the uk printing. I wait really. Yeah i mean the covers. Got a quote from the guardian. Yeah it's from vintage random house's imprint in london published in nineteen ninety seven so ten years after the ten year anniversary printing. I guess anyways. So that's where we got the book..
Australian PM Labels Anti-Lockdown Protests as 'Self-Defeating'
"The Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has condemned Saturday's protests against lockdown in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. He said they were selfish and self defeating and had risked spreading
Eric Clapton Refuses to Play at Venues That Require Vaccine Passports
"Clapton says. He reserves the right to cancel any of his shows at venues that require proof of vaccination over. Did you expect that did you. Did anybody know his politics so he actually released a song not too long ago in. I think it was with van morrison though that was an anti kovic lockdown song france to live then morris is still alive appeared solve in vegas last year one hundred and forty something close to that go so he can find the name of it because i moved van was like you know a freedom guy so together. They did something that was anti down. It's called no more locked down. Whoa yeah yeah into lockdown. No more government overreach. No more fascist. I'm excited let's post this eric. Let's post this eric. Clapton subdued
Slow Vaccine Rollout Imperils Australia's Covid-19 Battle
"Almost half to just over 3000 the number of people who can enter the country on commercial flights each week. This is to help take the current pressure off the quarantine system. With under 8% of adults fully vaccinated. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged people to take the job. A lot of people say, Well, why should I get vaccinated? I go. There's not much covid around in Australia. I've got more chance of getting run over by a car. Then I have of catching covid in this country and into a sense where prisoners of our own success In this If you get vaccinated, you get to change how we live as a country. You get to change how you live in Australia, and I think this is a very powerful message. Britain's main
Peloton Reveals the Dark Side of Connected Fitness
"Say you bought a treadmill. Maybe during the pandemic when ginger closed. And you got a fancy one that connects to the internet then a few months later. You can't run on that treadmill because the company that makes it says you now need to pay for a membership to keep using your machine but you're thinking. Hey i bought this treadmill well when you buy any product that's connected to the internet. You don't necessarily have full control. Companies that make these products phones home security cameras smart speakers they can access these products and if they want change how they work that's happening to some peleton users right now and they are not happy about it. Here to explain is recode sarah morrison. Hey sarah he had so what's going on with peleton so a few months ago peleton acknowledged that child was pulled under one of their tread plus treadmills and killed and then last month there were reports of injuries that came out so the ended up recalling the treadmill so they stopped selling it let people return. There is for a full refund. Now we find out if you don't return your device you will have to pay for thirty nine dollars monthly membership or else. You can't use it at all. Most people presumably got the membership. Because that gives you pretty much full access to the machine like all the classes on the screen the app various metrics. But you could use a just run function and not have to pay for it at all. That is no longer available giving everybody three months free and then after that you're on the hook for thirty nine with a membership for forty three hundred dollar machine and this was the best solution peleton could think up the treadmills already. Come with a safety key that has to be inserted to use the treadmill. And you know people can remove it stored in a safe place and they're actually urged to do that so it's not. There wasn't a way to prevent unauthorized use or ready but peleton wants to add another mandatory safety feature with something called tread lock and that would take the human element of forgetting to remove the safety of the equation. You know it's there no matter what and they say the only way to put tread lock on all the machines is if you have a membership
"morrison" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast
"Take responsibility for your life and your results kinda guy and he has been recognized by some of the largest corporations and just businesses in the world because they know how important and how powerful the work that chuck dies. He's worked with the likes of disney microsoft. At and t. And the list goes on and on including the us special forces. The navy airforce marines. You think it. He's probably worked with them. And i'm just so honored and grateful to have him here to have this conversation but also to bring this vision to life and create a school of self mastery for you guys to come be a part to learn how to unearth the potential that has always existed within you but how to really step into it and to live from that point of power in your life so without further ado. Let's get into today's episode. I welcome chuck morrison.
"morrison" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"And that that's kind of the message right of so traveling from bob. Dylan ferry outspoken. Simon and garfunkel. That album is really just a bunch of covers and and and really no statement except for an a very artistic approach Sound of silence the it was. You know bob's a message garfunkel so much just soft music event morrison's just the kind of like the exception of the two. I mean it's hard to put one in there. It's not like we listened to joan baez album in like a joni mitchell or just three three week acoustic guitar singer songwriter. Then deliver services like roots american folk with like very strict back instrument instrumentals you know and and trying to compare them and used three different angles I think for me. The question is which one do. You gravitate towards and honesty. Rich van morrison's the most appealing of the three. That's it's everything it's a combination. It's a perfect melting pot as the a pool of of A fiber pool of the genres all mixed into one with this warrior poet. That's very progressive yet. Can he can immediately com. That you know has the power to calm himself. Calm the storm you can control the tempo the song just the way. He's singing He's unfold this this this this album then morrison as an artist albums just was the most towns as far as as as as an entire Just as an entire piece too. So commanding Yeah it's very impressive. I think that i'm still trying to figure out what full kids i think. I think there's a lot mortar on pack in that genre. But i gotta the three that we listened to this this this guy. This out really really took it home for me. I think it's uncomparable As far as the satisfaction goes i bought not to discredit baba's quiz great in its content. i think if you put bob's vocals next van morrison's i still take van morrison's but bob some songs than that outcome from bobber absolutely rock-solid bike and a very evocative natives too but for a lot of different reasons instrumentation the jam settings five seal the nostalgia of it was really rollicking momentous piece it starts very simple and beautiful delicate and then it just kind of picked up and You just you learn to appreciate. It took me three times to listen to the album. I started to realize certainly started to see the bigger picture but so yeah. I guess. I'm still trying to figure out what focus but If then morrison this folk. And i'm in i'm all in yeah. I don't think that's a fair assessment. I think that that's almost like someone asking you. Do you wanna walk there or do you want to ride your bike there and you say you're actually i'm gonna drive there like van morrison's it's completely different from the other folks albums that we listened to like it is it is folk fusion is like folk blues folk jazz way more vocal rock. Eat like to use like the first three seconds of in the after that it becomes his whole completely..
"morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"And then on July Third Nineteen Ninety, one, the twentieth anniversary of gyms debt, the cemetery gates caught fire at midnight. Thousands descended upon the perilous. She's ready to honor the memory of Jim Morrison the thing he had both subtly over, he tried to get us audience to do over the years. Right. Timid try to take years ago Egged him on through chairs and Yelich cops and up in the status quo in general they got close to full blown Ma'am on a few occasions and now twenty years after he left and they were finally given the chaos he craved cars were flipped over fights broke out bruises blood destruction. The riot squad was called in tear gas flew. The cops clash from the fans the giant wooden doors at the entrance of the cemetery went up in flames. This blood in the streets it's up to my ankles. Even Death Jim. Inspired uprising the eternal setter. And even death if already stepped in before gyms revolution went too far. They beat back the rioters, sent them home and cordoned off the area around gyms. Greystone. In two thousand, sixteen councilman from Jim's hometown and Florida made a bid to relocate James Grave from Paris to the sunshine steam, the French and the doors management both had a good laugh over that one. Jim Shrine was going anywhere Florida man. The doors original lineup only released six studio albums in the span of four short years despite the brevity of their output, their legacy has grown to mythic proportions in the nineteen eighties the doors catalog was flying off record store shelves aided in part by electric decision dropped this price on half their piece. The doors sold more albums after Morrison's death than they ever did when he was alive. Francis Ford Coppola Nineteen, seventy nine film apocalypse now may have had something to do with the rise in popularity its use of the end iconic and became a model for rock music and movies about the Vietnam War. Despite the graveside shrine in the post mortem record sales, the rumors persist as from her STU. That he faked his own death, the Jim. Morrison. Hop Plan in Paris early on that morning of July third was never seen again. There's nothing but sand his coffin that he's living as a poet on the streets of New York City that he opened a ranch in Oregon. Jim Morrison the poet the artist was real Jim Morrison the drunk. The Oh. Was He real Jim Morrison, the revolutionary, the upstart, the challenge of norms. What about him was he real in Jim Morrison the dilettante, the tender foot, the poser how about him? What was fantasy? What was the truth Jim Morrison? Sometimes genius moments were masquerade and other times. There were super real. Sometimes, he played the role of the fool and it was tough to say in those moments joke was on him or us. Or if it was a joke at all. For a hoax is life or perhaps even. His death. I'm Jay.
"morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"Bill siddons wanted to see the body there was no body was all just Vanisi. Make believe wanted to see Jim. Morrison's life body on a slab on a table on a bed in a bathtub anywhere just had put his eyes on a check that box vet verified. Someone just take him to the God damn body. So he knew that it was true that the rumors were true. The PAM was call was true and then he'd go into bill siddons crisis he'd handling take care of the Shannon the media, the authorities, the label family, the doors, the fans. He built the shit out of this thing, but he needed visual identification. Bill hadn't seen Jim. Months had hardly heard from months International Long Distance College were no joke. The doors had money. Sure. But bill was smart thrifty only call if absolutely necessary Jim sent the occasional postcard in one to his lawyer Max fink he wrote the women are great in the food is gorgeous and another Bob Green Account the asked for credit cards for himself and Pamela, and also for an extra three large for the matting bills came living a term life and giving zero shits. Bill New the gym was taking some extended Arner in Paris and build instructed everyone to keep their distance. Let them learn some new words meet some New People or you know what? No one cares just let the guy disappear. Bill Miliband would work L. A. Woman on the Home Front continue to repair the still fragile image of the doors post. Miami and when Jim is ready to come home ready to get back in the saddle and make music again, it'd be waiting. Again bill was smart in new deep down that would never happen. Jim was never coming Home Jim wasn't going to prison wasn't making any more records with the doors was on indefinite hiatus from the world. Even use that word when he spoke to bill about status in Paris indefinitely he'd remade himself into an ex PAT is long gone. Then calls, Cam The phone started ringing that Saturday July third nineteen seventy-one calls came in French calls. Came in English calls came in English with the French accent. The calls were frantic confused concerned heightened panic. Do Marcin dead. Bill taken these calls before it was a weekly game. He played back when the doors are at their height. Jim It drank himself to death over the weekend. Jim. Drove the Blue Lady into a telephone pole over the weekend Jim got into a brawl with a Wilson brother over the weekend the calls kept coming the phone kept ringing they all repeated the same thing Jim Morrison is dead. Confirm this for fourth. Bill felt sick his stomach dropped to somewhere around his knees sweat beaded around his collar at his wrists down his temples and off his chin he took each phone call with the stainless steel bowl on the desk. Next to in case he had a throw up on the fly. Then more cost came in the Jim Morrison wasn't dead. He was just hospitalized. It was very tired. He was resting yet another bout of that coughing fit worried spit up blood and would feel woozy and the news started running conflicting stories. June was in a hospital Jim was in a sanitarium. The phone rang again this time it rang louder than all the other times urging insistent like a pair of hands on the other side of the phone where it sat on the desk shook violently. Bill picked up the. Receiver it was Pamela. Voice was quiet. Week. Broken up by the Cross Atlantic connection. She sounded like she'd been transported somewhere somewhere. She never been before and she was finding footing. She told Bill that the rumors were true. Jim was dead. Doe needed to be in the next plane, the Paris. Stays before bilk get there every day was a new panic attack. The phone continued to ring newspapers. TV stations manages from other bands, venues, family, and the new rumors started up Jim died of a heroin overdose in the rock and roll circus Jim choked on his own vomit just like Jimmy a jealous mistress killed them with witchcraft. He was murdered to discredit the counterculture movement coke alcohol heart attacks suicide killed by counts. Macula is vicious dealers was a really dead at all. You just figured out how to disappear completely now old Evil Spirit got a greyhound bus ride. Pamela greeted bill the door to her flat when he finally made it bill needed to see the body needed closure for personal reasons and needed confirmation of her professional matters. Hamlet collapsed and the bills arms let it loose like she'd been holding back at Davis of tears days. Now, which she had, she waited on bill shoulder bill confronted her repeated requests the body. Whereas the body I need to see. That's the problem. Pamela told him. There is nobody. There is not champ. The fuck, do you mean there is no Bill couldn't believe he traveled all the way from Los Angeles to Paris well, over five thousand miles at Penn was request to see after his friend and employer because Jim Morrison was dead to Morrison very much very dead and now there's no body. Pamela was scatter brained. She had flushed the rest of her heroin stash and burned a handful of gyms letters before authorities got the flat on Saturday when they did she was too paranoid to panic to firmly in the twin grip of shock and trauma to think clearly, there have been a paramedic that warning a corner and Jim had been declared dead. They said natural causes most likely a heart attack because there's no suspicion of foul play no autopsy was performed French love. They put jim in a coffin then in their put him in a coffin sealed it up. It was French tradition do a quick. They told Pamela that's the way it was done seal a month. Then in there is she could be with them in the flat she signed the death certificate that they brought her. She didn't think to ask questions or ask for more information or asked to make a phone call because she just did not time to think she wasn't thinking. The first thing she had done since Jim Diapers to call bill she had no one impairs no one really could help. There are a handful of friends and then people on the fringes like the cow, the cow disappeared suddenly and the friends they had their more like drinking buddies and friends dinner France maybe but not real friends that the bill siddons type who knows what to do. Stood in the flat with Pamela, the coffin was there. was already a done deal. But was going to be on opening. Probably a million tabby be breaking. So unable to confirm that it was really Jim's body inside unable to speak to the attending doctor get a second opinion. They'll stood the flap pam the Kaufman stood. July Paris Hot Summer Aman never identified himself to Pamela since he didn't speak English, she assumed he was from a more brought dry is by the apartment a few times but time was not on their side, they needed to get the body the ground. Building. That was bill size. John Hammer could stop thinking about the night before but the cop the vomiting the bathroom haunted her for years followed clung to wouldn't let her go jim left everything to Pam on as well..
"morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"The band, but they didn't get. Jim's lyrics didn't get gyms five. Jim was known as opposed to a flake. He was an aimless drifter. Who would only way them down with his ponderous lyrics and overwrought psychedelic Sinatra's. When they bailed on the Band Rain Jim picked up John Dinsmore on trump's and Robbie craigie tar, both from raise, Meditation Class Rodney was a tender nineteen years old. They didn't have a Bass player put ray work double time to make up for you discovered the fender keyboard bass, which he played with his left hand, while he played his vox organ with this rain. The doors would take that sweet sixties, electric piano and organ pop, and twisted up distorted as songs in that era were swirls of watercolor on. And the doors were a big droplet. Smoke pipette sent the colors reeling. Songs I question mark in the mysterious ninety six tears. Sam Sham the pharaohs, wooly bully, possibly the greatest record saga time songs like Booker Tm Jeez, green onions revere as California's San. The animals house of the rising sun, the castaways liar liar, but the door is new. One of their greatest assets would also preview one of their biggest liabilities. Jim Morrison was GONNA be one hell of a front man, but he was wild, wild, on-stage, wild, offstage, uncontrollable on his own triple, running fast from a past inside the wanted to lay blame and cage him. He wanted to challenge others, but he didn't want to be challenged by any. He would help me doors. Famous cement them in the Pantheon of rock music forever, but he would also jeopardize the band's career at times. It seemed like end their career. He provoked. Audience is provoked. COPS offend shock. He was so volatile. He wouldn't even think twice about pulling a knife on a girlfriend who dared to tell him what he didn't WanNa hear..
"morrison" Discussed on Kingya
"I liked it. I liked that I liked it. Let's go to the phone lines. Iphones line is blowing up. We've got a few moments. Amy How are you? I'm great. I'm great I'm great. Listening to the interview sounds very welcome to the show with a pleasure. Having you on the show you have any questions or comments absolutely. I just have a comment and then I'll get also other people have an opportunity to ask questions and just wanted to say to. The listeners is really important for us to understand that we have a choice in In our voting process A lot of times. We don't know that there are other candidates out there because we don't investigate and so we're grateful for your program today could be able to Expose that there's another person That I deem as a great Fit for Missouri because of his first of all his work ethic He works when he's not working. There is no clock in clock out for him. And I think that what we've seen in the past administration's just across the board not necessarily just Missouri but just across the board people clock in and clock out. But when you're serving God there is no once you clock in with him. You don't clock out until he comes back and so I just think that aired Morrison is a a great fit for what we need in Missouri and what we needed passion we need is love and what we need is instruction and I think there's no better place to get it then from the foundation of You know our our country's foundation which was built on the idea that you know God built this country for us. He created this this platform for us to be able to live and to love each other so I just think that it's a good fit for what we need here in Missouri and I just encourage everybody investigate you know. Call check him out. Go to the website But you know I'm all in with Eric Morrison and I'm just looking for other people to do the same. So we just appreciate your Your Vehicle Today. Kinga to allow us to be able to express that to the listeners. We appreciate you and the work that you guys are going for this great state of Missouri. Let's let's go ahead and get some shameless plugs. And if you don't mind let's go ahead and plug his social media working Eric Morrison befouled for his campaign. Were on our on his social media channels if you go to If you go to twitter actually twitter facebook and instagram. All have the same handles. If you even search Eric Morrison Missouri I promise you you will not because a lot of people are not social. Media Savvy Savvy so let me just put it like this. You Search Eric more than in the search box. I promise you he will pop up and if you share it with your friend. He'll continue to show up. Just continue to chant. Hey Eric Worth Missouri And I promise you the more the more you share it. The more information go out but his website is more than four Missouri. That's F. O. R. FOR MISSOURI DOT COM and. It's also on their All his social media. But it's usually at Eric Morrison For twitter at Eric Morrison. I think it's Mo- Ended of course. Facebook is Morrison from Missouri. So please go out like our page. Subscribe to our pages and We'll keep you posted on where he's GonNa be next. Thank you so much we appreciate that and we will be signing. Outta here and about thirty seconds and Stay tuned for our next podcast episode. Mr Morrison any final words on here before we get out. I JUST WANNA say this king again. Thank you so much as it was elegantly. Spoken of by Miss me of that was all second ago that we are deeply appreciative of you Utilizing allowing us that utilize this platform today to get the message out into bring awareness to the to the missourians that there is a candidate running that as well qualified to govern the state of Missouri. So thank you so much again. Can you put this opportunity? Thank you my friend..