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"mrs bennet" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on For Your Reference

"With you I'm those also a point where you are. Constant sort of moments turned the bit sinister and she was wishing for jane to to have died from being so six or would feel guilty to like put on some levels. I could resonate with that. But it felt like a law dead feel like a lot. but then again you'd also contra start with Getting really angry doc- for he say about elizabeth and all the almond. I really understand her. She is a flip flop. If i've ever seen one like what minutes should be angry rightly saw a dossey And then see such really ridiculous things about the daughter and you like you can't have this this to correct coexist. Yeah exactly the con- just conned by. I got a sense that she really does care about her daughter's on she really does she. Just does it in a Non-conventional sorta away i just. He's she's always murdering about something and it's like come on lady in the way. Yeah the way she will talk shit about bigly and then as soon as being league comes around. He's the number one game. And i think mr bennett is right to just ignore the time. I d i agree. I think i'm gonna use that on you. You already do its role player For mrs bennet come on now. She's about to lay What did you think about mary. I think clay think the caracature the to portray portrayal is was really wrong. This was meant to be really clever. Parsons someone that's really liberal. And then they tried to pull the as donna's well on. i'm steak elaine lack. She she didn't see the need for courtship in your nonsense. She was interested in the bulk tron. Play piano everything to elevator solve intellectual. She's elizabeth better thought she was And then two ton that sort of strive into some sort of She's so donkey in a way that is unattractive and she doesn't really get it can't be with anyone even for fucking causing was.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:05 min | 4 months ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook. twitter and instagram's another vaccine is on the way. I'm mary core city fox news. The fda has just approved johnson and johnson's vaccine the first one that can be taken and only one dose. Johnson and johnson is expected to hit the ground quickly with its new covid nineteen vaccine by monday and the days following as many as four million doses could be shipped out to states putting a vaccine in the mix in the fight against covid nineteen clinical trial data shows. Johnson and johnson vaccine is about seventy two percents effective in the us and eighty six percent effective against severe cases of covid nineteen and the state. The vaccine doesn't quite offer as much protection as pfizer's turner's Which are both more than ninety percents effective but unlike its competitors j. and j. candidate only requires one shot and can be stored at much warmer temperatures. That's fox charles watson. Meanwhile new york governor andrew cuomo releasing a statement tonight after a second former aide him of sexual assault saying in part quote. Mrs benefits initial impression was right. I was trying to be a mentor to her. I never made advances toward mrs bennet. Ever intend to act in any way that was inappropriate and quote special counsel and senior advisor to the governor says twenty five year old charlotte bennett was transferred to another position which she requested. Governor cuomo has now requested an independent review which will be led by former federal judge barbara jones. Plus the justice department says it will appeal a judge's ruling that the federal government's moratorium is unconstitutional. Prosecutors filed a notice and the case on saturday evening saying that. It's appealing the matter to the. Us court of appeals for the fifth circuit on thursday district. Judge j campbell barker ruled that the cdc had overstepped its authority and that the moratorium was unlawful. 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Riots have zeroed in on a suspect seen in video appearing to spray a chemical substance on the officer before he later collapsed and died. That's according to people familiar with the matter who spoke to the associated press. The people say the at the i. Has obtained video. That shows the suspect spring. Brian sick nick and other law enforcement officers during the riot but they cautioned that federal agents had yet identified the suspect by name that the act hasn't been directly tied to sickness death plus the conservative political action. Conference continues in orlando florida this weekend. Where president trump will be making an appearance his first since leaving office. We are going to be hearing from house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy. We're also going to be hearing from some of the other. Big names like palmer hud secretary dr ben carson. But of course the big focus is on what's coming tomorrow. Former president trump expected to address the cpac crowd tomorrow afternoon. 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"mrs bennet" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Now eat her words are strange and try to purchase why I restrained in Pride and Prejudice like check out north and south which what's up north and south don't owe go, but it's so so suck. Oh my God, how can we talk about the hearts and Richard Armitage? Hello? Hello. Yes. Good. But yeah even watch off to watch Richard are so bad. I watched it on YouTube. Oh since since someone else brought it up, but I do love Richard Armitage, but I was when I was sort of trying to establish my list of Best Pride and Prejudice adaptations slash modifications. I was wondering Ariel whether you and your own mind wanted us to to consider North and South as the earliest Pride and Prejudice modernization or not. I kind of do because I think that North and South, you know, it's it's funny because North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell sort of doing a lot of the same things that bride and Prejudice is doing and doing, you know, both the service of social commentary and you know, including the plot of Pride and Prejudice and you know, the stratification of class and so many different aspects of Pride and Prejudice come out to play in that. And also Richard Armitage is super hot. Yeah, there's that too. I guess anyone who listens to broadcast knows exactly which way our boat is Flowing, but you know, how bout I submerge that was that's a really interesting point though. I made because mean North and South is very much like Pride and Prejudice fanfiction, right? It's like what if I said in the industrial North it's like a hundred years later. Yeah. No and I think it works. Wonderfully with the industrialization. I do fast forward through some of the subplots though. To be honest. Excuse me. Sorry, excuse me. I just I better not I don't care about fast-forwarding through Brendan Coyle better not be fast-forwarding through my Anna Maxwell Martin and her like sad back as soon as she coughs you're like, oh I love I know what the maximum Warrior and her she coughed and a costume drama. She is amazing. I love to death comes to pemberley birth. Full circle she plays Lizzie. I know and Brendan Coyle in you know, Downton Abbey with evil and he's all right anyway home since well, I've always found it entertaining that in contrast to something like well North and South we're busy Higgins coughs and you know, she's about to die that in the early chapters of Pride and Prejudice Kitty has a cough and you know, nothing happens with that annoying. I love that or the chain is it just like a really bad cold with a fever. It's like people die poles and it's like yes they do but it's like it's fine and golly fine. Yeah, but yeah, I just hated how the mom was just so dismissive like, oh people don't die trifling colds. It's like yeah, first of all, it was your beautiful. All this daughter that you you're hinging all of your hopes on this one daughter. Do you really want her to die of consumption before I reasoned fiendish plan page linking. I mean this has been his plan does work to be there, but then there's the whole the whole idea. She's like it's going to rain additional spend the night and just another I'm sorry. That was wow. Damn. This has been that's More inappropriate than it is a Slytherin you guys this is why I read this is why I really like lost in Austin because you actually a c she has this start like she is she all of her plans actually come true. I mean say what you want about mrs. Bennet everything works out not only does Jane marry think it will throw them in the path of other rich men like Mister Darcy thought Lizzie gets married to him so second but I mean that line right there reminded me of my grandmother when I first graduated college, it was like months away from graduation and gently she asked she she had a conversation with my mom and my son that's looking back later where she's like, what is Kimberly graduating? My mom's like no next month. And she's been in college how long I'm on sales reps. Like why? Why is she not yet married? She met someone yeah. Yeah. Oh cuz she cuz my grandmother honestly said that was the purpose of sitting off to college find a husband. This is like my mom's like no we sent her to college to get an education not a husband, you know, she's getting a ba in history. Not an MRS degree home I said so my my grandmother apparently had she was very angry at my mother like that. She did not encourage me to lock down a husband before graduation cuz they her thing was like well, how is she going to meet a guy now, going to be too busy working to meet men? I'm like H, first of all met my husband in college, but we didn't get together so many years later. So technically I didn't meet my husband. I didn't pack the man. I was going to marry later in college, but it was I mean that was her sole focus and that reminded me of mrs. Bennet when my dad my stepdad told me about the conversation later. I'm like, oh my gosh. She's so mrs. Bennet right now dead. I've signed because mrs. Bennet when I came home that summer I got so much crap from her like you're twenty-three. You need to get married your make and break up soon. And who's going to want to marry old woman and I'm like, I'm sorry. What what century are we in 20 grandmother would not have liked me I didn't get married till I was like 3839. Wow, was it I was thirty-four and my husband I got married and he was thirty-six. But yeah, she she turned it up to like an 11 a.m. And it was just like you need to find a at least like hang out with like friends that are married who have single friends. There are guys and I'm like no grandma, but for a long time this was like what the expectation was, right? But that tells you also that nothing has really changed. So yeah for sure like it's been it is alive and well and is your grandmother like birth That's why it's like she's a comedic character. But again, like you could meet any of these people today and you would be like, that's a Lizzie. That's a chain. Yeah, that's a Darcy that well. I mean everyone's everyone wants to meet a Darcy but like that's a merry that's a Collins like we all know these people we do. Can I meet a jingle yard Colonel Brandon with Darcy's money? Cuz I'm sorry. I'm kind of I although I loved our shoes that you know, the character I think Colin Firth is beautiful and when it comes to like my favorite man in that book, it's not often. Yeah Bingley. I have to like me be a lot because he's a good egg. Yes. I think we more once he grows a spine mistake that I don't wait and are going to have arm off Henry. Tilney. I don't care for Darcy either to be honest.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"It's worth the risk of Mary her. Meanwhile. What is revealed is that the Bennett's live in a house who's actually inherited by a distant cousin that they've never met. And he is wanting to come to check out the property, but also he's going to see if any of the Bennett daughters might make a good wife for him. He is pastor at his really offensive and unattractive. And at first, he shows interest in Jane. But because there seems to be some level of interest by Mr, Bingley and Jane. Brand. Of weapons character. The mother says, maybe he'd be interested in least character, Elizabeth. With a couldn't be a worse match made for Elizabeth. There are a number of humorous scenes where we see Elizabeth trying to get away from him and to dissuade him from proposing. Upon, a hint from Mrs Bennet in some of her daughters, they encourage Mr Bingley two hundred, a big party editors here that we see. Mr. Darcy. Start to show a little bit of interest in Elizabeth. He knows that she is ineffective far below his. At the same time, he's enthralled with her honesty, her intelligence beauty among the first chance. He said, he generally didn't dance at distance. He proposes dancing with her. And this creates a very humorous scene because we know was a bit has such mixed feelings about him this point. Eventually though Elizabeth finds out that Mr Bingley is leaving the area in part because of Mr Darcy's encouragement. This breaks chains heart and makes Elizabeth. Really upset. Not, to mention that Elizabeth and some of the sisters ended up befriending someone named Mr Wickham and it turns out Mr Wickham Mr, Darcy have a history. and Mr Wickham Paints a pretty dark picture of Mr. Darcy is in his also colors. How was ABC's Mr Darcy? So when eventually Mr Darcy finally musters up his courage to explain to Elizabeth how he truly feels she will have none of it. She is so offended by the things that she believes he has done that she wants like I said to have nothing to do with him. So this is a big plot twist. And leaves us twenty to find out. Are these two going to get together? Can. Elizabeth wish to have absolutely nothing to do with him. Be Able to turn around so that they can be together. Now based on where we're at this point, we don't know if they should be together because we have a similar picture of Mr Darcy. But the second part of the movie is about how Mr Darcy redeems himself. In what was with comes to learn about his character in how different it is from Wickham. That Wickham should have been trusted in the first place. and. WHO's also the question would wealthy aristocratic man come back to re-propose to somebody who has rejected him so handily. If you're not familiar with his Jane Austen Story. For this version of it. In particular I, highly recommend it. Acting is great. All the characters play off of each other. Very well, you know what? He's stand with each other. They get into battles with each other and they pull surprises out the characters are all believable, even some of the more cartoony characters like Mrs Bennet. In, the season. The. Pull off making these characters human enough that you believe they could truly exist. Each character truly comes alive and bring something specific and special to the story. Some of the scenes are standout scenes to me. When, Mr Darcy approaches Elizabeth and proposes to her. They're outdoors in private and they have an opportunity to say what they really think and Elizabeth in particularly into him, and there's so much passion. And he is clearly so befuddled and hurt. We know from that point forward, things are going to be moving ahead differently..

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on Heyer Today

Heyer Today

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on Heyer Today

"Was in the army she and her brother is a very sort of week live atop of a guy until their mother died in the father. Palm Demo. Font it. Lovely. But somewhat silly on you again reminds you of a lot of those kind of mothers like Mrs. Bennet in. Very Mrs. Bennet there. But she's very lovable and sweets and she she's done this even though basis thoroughly misguided starting gambling house in admitting her niece become involved in it. You know deb has from some wig this incredible spirit she's got her very own on a code, which if you think about it in that time and considering what she's up against her reputation being tarnished as she would always be seen as this goal, he kind of being worked these gaming tables, which in that time would have been completely in for digs is described a female elbow Shaka which I thought was Kurt. On that was great. That must have been really unusual particularly for someone who actually quite innocent in some ways I mean. She's experienced in a sense of knowing what goes on, but you know she's never been loose with morals, and in fact, she actually has these rarely strong ideas about what she can't accounts. It's totally beyond her to think of taking advantage it would have been considered those days smart move. To grab this young guy, marry him instead of which he sees it as taking total advantage of his sweetness. There's these different men like days Kirk who's sort of disgusting man who's been married three times and clearly is just hanging around with the hopes that enemy. Outright says to Max pretty much that he has no interest in marrying her yeah he wants to Inveigle Hoon to clan the Stein there. He's actually boats some of on stats. The mortgage to their house is like one of the most evil characters that she has. But yet actually, he doesn't end up really being a big player which I actually thought might have been wasted because he was such. A. Good bad. Yet, there was potential really to to kind of expand on on that debs playing this whole character from axe she plays what he thinks she is, and then she sort of accidentally lets out that she detests oems Kirk and Max, totally surprised which again shows he doesn't get her and it's just his prejudice in the way because he's ready enough to believe all these terrible things about. The first time he sees her she's in the Gaming House and she's Got Adrienne on one side and oems Cook this horrible Roue. He notes that she's handling very deftly these two very different London's a managing up to offend either one of them. In kind of every time you know almost cook makes a bob agent she deflected the law kind of neutralizes the situation. A kind of admires the fact that she's obviously smart a the kind of thing that engages in from the beginning the reason why the detention chemistry crackles between the hallway through and that would be great in a film despite the fact that he thinks she's terrible prison she's kind of on his mental. Impression for the first time in years someone standing up to him and proving to be a challenge. She's weirdly feminist. She's doing a man's job. She's doing it to help her entente, but she's fiercely independent as let me she could have married Adrienne and her whole life would have been sorted out would have been able to be comfortable and live the life that many people would have considered to be ideal those days but she doesn't she never it for a second. Yeah. There's definitely I think there's some really interesting themes throughout because it shows. How very much of a huge theme of of class and socio economic difference but it really shows how close affects the different views of women of the time I mean. There's a great quote we found that we find out tennis through the story that Raven Scott youngest sister she's actually a bit of a slot. We're not slut shaming Arabella, but she suddenly a mix he loves to flirt here's the quote. Geraldine was referring to. To be sure it was unfortunate that Arabella should be such a fluid. But what an another damsel would have been shocking bolt was in such a notable heiress me whimsical of youth and I think that just completely lays out the the difference between deb who is not of a high class and who is essentially doing this gaming stuff because of financial concerns, this era Bela who carries on and sneaks out of the House has all these assignations. Late on in the book, there's a very interesting plots, Jane with her in. lucious. It plays up how even though DEB is seen as a gold digger title in money the wealthiest families are looking to solve their financial issues or get better standing in society by marrying off the door to whoever they can. So it's a problem if DEB's trying to do that with Adrian. Julie's pointing out the hypocrisy. The book poses the rules at different for deb than for Arabella. There's again another plot thread is she sort of rescues a young girl? Yeah. Even think about it. She's instantly you know determined to save this young girl from the clutches of another Ray who am her mother's trying to force her to marry me to Dr that we were talking about and she's in Tears Indep decides she's GonNa take her in hand and. Not only that she almost instantly decides the she's GonNa Kinda put agent in this young thing together because she instantly sort of sums them up in sees they'd be a good match. She brings up the protectiveness in agent that he couldn't really have with deb because she's such a strong character. It's so selflessly aware think about it I mean she's ready that keep joking about having to go to the Dixon's prison is the scuttle these debts agreed Tuesday's. Bloody Green same to eight but. candlesticks stunts. PHOEBE LAXTON WHO's the goal they rescue is real typical romantic Carrewyn of those times. She's very soft and a little bit silly. But. She's kind of you know she just looks at agent. Nike. To save all this kind of thing whereas deb is the opposite, she's strong she's kind but she doesn't give much shrift to people with want smart or whatever, and then you have our Bella humans. Max's sister who were talking about her being mixed. She actually manages to outmaneuver lucious candidate who is by all accounts a very savvy man of the world who manages to help dip to engineer all manner of ill conceived plan to streaming characteristic is that he is loyal to Deb Your Sensiti does love Roy's very fond of. Our Benneteau runs rings around if they describe this interaction where she's behaving demure little but then she sort of intimates to him that she yes she will be walking in the pot. And he's kind of going Oh wolf. It'll be incredible if I don't happen to see you then she's like, Oh, I have a very discreet mayor and you think just don't is haircut implying that how much she messing around at these guys because she also has deb's brother on his strength is kind of like will young man he doesn't really help it but it's part of quite a funny scene where Ravenscar decides that he's going to get hold of the mortgage. To end the bit on the debt that's almost kirk has. So he engineers meeting with almost kirk and he uses oems Cook eager against him any manages to beat him and feed him a cot he debate. So the're people in the book cards but Oems Creek in particular and get an end and says, instead of paying, me could give me the dense the mortgage, which he then uses to threaten deb and he basically says I've got these if you want the back. Give up fuel claim to agents hand. So she hatches Fan if there is a Lotta gambling that goes on in a metaphorical sense I, guess and a under literal sense. But the man, the innocent fee laxton is going to be married off to the deb rescues her from has been in carriage races with Max before when lost point, they set up astronomical bets on another race and so what dead decided to do is kidnapped Ravin Scott, the night. Before, the race so that he conned participate and you'll lose a twenty, five thousand pounds pretty much on the race because of the odds are high against him at Cetera. 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"mrs bennet" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Music from Andrew Norm and amazing symphonic roller coaster titled Play With Gil Rose Leading the Boston Modern Orchestra Project Tom Housing here with an Magette. The Washington Post and we're glancing in the room mirror looking at some of the mile markers in classical music over the past decade perhaps the most visible issue in recent years has been class the music and harassment people might tend to think of classical music is kind of squeaky clean and all buttoned up at that is surely not the case just look at what's happening with operas star Placido Domingo Enin classical music it was the allegations against James Levine in two thousand seventeen that seemed to open the door to unfortunately many said had stories that followed including the one and that you broken the Washington Post in the summer of two thousand eighteen tell us a little bit about that when the Harvey Weinstein story broken two thousand seventeen every industry began looking just how much have been swept under the rug and how much had been accepted that shouldn't have been accepted and of course James bovine was a big case where everybody supposedly knew for years and years and years that many things have gone on and when that finally came out it sort of Gann reckoning in any case I wasn't really planning to write about it in the wake of and Levine scandals although I did write a very strong editorial about the implicit responsibility that the institutions had since everybody was a buzz about James the mining yet nobody took actual steps to do anything about it somebody within the business approach means you must write about this and I said well I said I'm not really reporter I'm a critic but I can I can try and this person sort of started my name and I'm not even clear how it went my name spread like wildfire and social media with my phone number and everybody said if you have stories call Majette tell her she will respect your anonymity and I hadn't authorized any of this but I was sort of curious to see where it would lead and I spoke to more than seventy five victims of sexual harassment of all degrees male and female victims all over the country famous people not famous at all people it really was an eye-opener in terms of what people have gone through in this business tell us a little bit about obviously without naming any names what it was like talking to your sources for this story it was is really striking that there was nobody who had spurious claims I mean of seventy five people there were maybe one or two who were you know mad about some really Chipper who had construed some dinner but in in virtually every case it was very clear we're not talking about a flirtation gone wrong we're talking about trust betrayed whether it's your manager suddenly trying to put his tongue in your mouth or suddenly grabbing you during dinner and a lot of these cases with a very young singer if you've been built up for a couple of years by a manager and you really think that person believes in your talent and then all of a sudden you realize that they were kind of after you it it can be shattering and that it's hard to remember now when you're older and you're reading it in the paper to say oh well all he did was chase him around the kitchen you know what's how bad can that be but the hit to somebody's confidence that that takes is remarkable and furthermore than everybody starts blaming the victim while you shouldn't be alone at dinner with a mentor I've been alone at dinner with plenty of mentors manage not to make passes at me and I'm very grateful for that it's almost always about power and it's not about making a pass at somebody who has the right the same no one will be unaffected by it and every case it sort of the person is weighing the consequences of saying no and realizing that this is going to change the course of the track the I've been on one that really stuck with me was an academic situation where the person who had been assaulted followed the correct channels and went to the authorities and reported it and the school stepped in and did what the school was supposed to do so that person was protected from contact she she could only have I think email contact with the alleged assaulter but that in itself closed down a lot of her possibilities from renouncement because the person who had assaulted her was so in control all of the music scene in that particular area in the school in the town outside it that the victim suddenly was not getting any more ability to show her work and so although she had been protected by the letter of the law her career was basically ended there and she had to move and then we're finding the story is partly an example of that that these institutions will sort of say well we've we've checked that box and dotted the eye but in fact the person who did the assaulting gets off Scot free is that person is much more important in terms of attracting students attracting donors they're often charismatic dynamic people the school feels like they would be lost without them I mean this is not just true school. This is true of orchestras this is true of Opera House at this is how you have very high place people like the Tenor Placido Domingo who represents the opera world too many people he is our last big superstar tenor left and now the AP has come out with twenty women who accused him of various forms of groping unwanted contact I can say from my own experience writing one of these stories that what makes it into print after the Lord here's have been through it and all the editors have been through it is the tiniest tip of the iceberg of what's actually there people are very quick with these two stories to say Oh my God they're just handing the microphone to anybody with an allegation and our story took seven months it was fine toothed comb by lawyers many stories ended up on the cutting room floor because we did and have spent other independent sources even though we completely believed the stories we always had to have at least two independent stories about an individual and then each of those stories has been corroborated by multiple people It was a really painstaking process and the idea that these stories are just sort of pulled out of the hat is a me understanding of investigative journalism actually and we are finding that some of these people who've been accused like plus it Amigo have we're now resenting he resigned from the Metropolitan Opera's resigned from the L. A. Opera which company that he helped found and then there are other famous musicians along these lines like L. D. Twat and Daniela not they are treated a little bit differently in Europe than they are here absolutely this this has been a very divisive issue Internet nationally and that many Europeans feel Otis American hysteria gone Amok Placido Domingo was singing at the Salzburg Festival almost immediately after the AP I story ran and there was appointed ten minute ovation for Domingo when he came out it's a tricky thing because Domingo is very charming he's very flirtatious he's been very promiscuous for years and that's not me to being flirtatious as allowed have interests XS allowed it's abuse of power and actually hurting people it's not allowed and because many people have experienced the charming and flirtatious side of Domingo they assume that the metoo flap about him is criticizing that and it's not at all but yes yell got has the Rome opera now he went on from his dismissal by the Concert Abou- Mrs Bennet questioned again that only in classical music Akao meet to figures are going to be allowed to rehabilitate themselves outside of the field as well as the straight entertainment field there are people who are sort of making their way back apparatus trying to make his way back Al Franken has a new podcast. We've got more about classical music decade of reckoning that we want to talk about first we need to take just a little bit of a break it's all songs considered from NPR music support for this podcast and the following message come from American Mensa the high I Q tation that offers intellectual stimulation and a place to socialize with smart people like yourself your high intelligence is the passport to compelling Mensa groups dance and publications if you think you may be eligible for membership take Mensa's admission test or qualify using one of two hundred other supervised tests that are accepted the visit American Mensa dot com slash join to take the next step today. It's all songs considered I'm Tom Heisinge along with an Majette of the Washington Post and as we coming up on the year two thousand twenty were looking back at what has happened in the classical music world in the past decade a decade of reckoning we're calling it and we're going to let strains of the Philadelphia Orchestra in a new recording of Wynton Marsalis his violin concerto get us into this next area of discussion.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"About for example you believe mayor with addio dry line so the some moist and dry air mass boundaries that come together in that is ice where severe weather can fire so if you're able to fly that kind of aircraft through and make Trans six then you can get a better understanding of how in Canada Drilon Years Maybe Camman Juries is movement so that's player worries significant role in our research also being to fly around maybe ten year round but in the vicinity of severe weather and get up close to the is safe and be able to back out so another paradigm is to go with a smaller vehicle in so we are spending time developing and is is we call it a doctor signed so just like a radio song you can use to have a helium balloon to launch show sensor package upended atmosphere which the weather services you know round the world twice a day they want these packages measure pressure temperature humidity wind speed wind direction is in force the position in the back in that's a very valuable resource for helping us to drive the models put the data into the model so we can know what's happening in the atmosphere but the problem is that they're launched twice a day and this very sparse distribution locations where these radio SAUZA launched from now one can argue that once you get above a certain level in the atmosphere that was started coming you get more homogeneous are at least will behaves you can understand from a sparser networker measurements was happening in the atmosphere but as you get closer and closer and closer to Earth surface the atmosphere becomes increasingly more complex because a forcing the surface so you have a heat energy being output from the earth which can help drive convection you can have a major fraught coming through interacting with a mountain ridge on which can generate different kinds of weather patterns you can have different types drops your planet can have impact on the weather is your urban meteorology is a big topic so how cities impact the meteorology take down understand that level of that was fear than most of the technologies that we have just followed short Mrs Bennet Problem that we've recognized for a long time.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I look back. I can tell you what. Barely. Why don't you? Tell me how it began. So long ago remembers. It was a discussion about it. Two million sucres attend director of insecure. And at the time, I've been researching this novel for two years, and a silicon Furger to tell the story, and she was talking about their fair, and how it's different perspectives on the same story and the stories don't add up, and she was saying, you know, this is a great idea for TV show. I'm like forget the TV show. This is a great idea for a novel for my novel. Okay. Best affair in literature. Best the fair. Illegit juror is very easy for me. Actually, it's their fair in the end of their fear novel, which also think is the best novel about an affair. And the film is actually a pretty good Julianne Moore who should have won a best actor Oscar frady's. Why does Donna those hotted? Oscars miss it kinda Phillips. If you're headed recommend it. So I I was on Edith. Wharton kick while we were hanging out. And and it was funny. We ended up talking about a lot of. Novels in the canon of literary fiction, and you had some unexpected affinities. So tell me who your favorite, pride and prejudice character is and why favorite pride and prejudice. Character. I of course, I love the hero love Elisabet. And I love darts, even before it became likable. I really let people everybody don't lie. I really love MRs Bennet the thing. I like about Austin is that even her unsavory character is gonna. Sometimes be the only people who know what time it is. And MRs Bennet is one of the few people in that novel. Who knows what time it is? I mean, he's shrill so sexist. But now people got to eat, you know. On a prison realize I need to get these women married because these women are running out of time, right? I love her is there. You don't have to answer that. What is what's your least favorite like cannon novel weathering heights? I hate right. I guess right. I tried last year. Somoza third time, I tried. I just don't think it's sort of deeply psychological novel that people think one thing, I just don't think Emily Bronte had the psychology. If you read Salman Rushdie's novel shame the sisters, Johnny money and bunny who grew up in isolation. I think they understand the world. If one of those three girls wrote a novel, it would be weathering. Let me let's go back to your childhood childhood influences, you spent you told me that you spent your childhood in middle class suburb in king of Kingston watching Charlie's angels, reading comic, book, etc. What were your what was your earliest comic book? Fascination would have been Batman then later X men became you're paying right? Huge touch though. And the whole identifying. I mean, I was a nerd as an outcast zero Cass. It really struck a cartoon me was there any X men in particular that you. I really love storm. Yeah. Star macos. She was blackened an African but actually liked when she went suddenly punk rock in the eighties. Because I always wanted a mohawk. And as always envied somebody so really radically defending herself. Of the villain Stewart. I mean, like mystique mystique otsego mistake was complicated. It's very different from the type of villains who just say curses phone does again or something or people talking about these meddling kids. X-men Sundays would win the battle. But mystique one ideological war. Don't kid yourself. You went against our kind to defend people who are who will kill you tomorrow. She's right. She she and allow the venoms after really sort of complicated after taste in my mouth. So you like me have music on constantly, and you always have it on really loud. And you have talked about when you're writing you will note on your manuscript pages. What you're listening you wrote? And I was wondering what was the album you listen to most while writing the new book. Moso writing the new book, probably miles Davis bitches.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on KCRW

"I look back. Tell you why. Why don't you? Tell me how it began. The long ago. Remember? There was a discussion about it. At a time directive insecure, and at the time at I've been researching this novel for two years, and a silicon Furger hotel the story when she was talking about their affair, and how it's different perspectives on the same story stories don't add up, and she was saying, you know, this is a great idea for TV show. And then I'm like, forget the TV show. This is a great idea for a novel for my novel. Okay. Best affair in literature. Best the fair illegitimate is very easy for me. Actually, it's their fair in the end of the fear Graham Greene novel, which also think is the best novel about an affair, and the film is actually a pretty good. I've never seen Julianne Moore who should have won a best actor Oscar afraid, it's why does honor those hotted Oscars miss it kinda films and of their your head or recommend it. So I I was on Edith. Wharton kick while we were hanging out. And and it was funny. We ended up talking about a lot of. Novels in the canon of literary fiction, and you had some unexpected affinities. So tell me who your favorite, pride and prejudice character is and why favorite pride and prejudice. Character. I of course, I love the hero love Elizabeth. And I love Darcy even before he became likable. I really let everybody don't lie. I really love MRs Bennet the thing. I like about Austin is that even her unsavory character is going to sometimes be the only people who know what time it is. And MRs Bennet is one of the few people in that novel. Who knows what time it is? I mean, he's shrill so sexist. Zahn. But now people gotta eat, you know, he's owners and realize I need to get these women married because these women are running out of time, right? Right. And I love her is there. You don't have to answer. What is what's your least favorite like cannon novel? Whether he hates, I hate weather, right. I tried last year. Somoza third time, I tried. I just don't think it's this sort of deeply psychological novel that people think for one thing, I just don't think Emily Bronte had the psychology. It's like if you read Salman Rushdie's novel. Shame the sisters Johnny money on bunny who grew up in isolation. I think they understand the world. If one of those three girls wrote a novel, it would be whether. Let me let's go back to your childhood childhood influences, you spent you told me that you spent your childhood in a middle class suburban end king of Kingston watching Charlie's angels. Reading comic book means what were your what was your earliest comic book? Fascination would have been Batman. But then later X men became you're you're saying, right. Yeah. Huge huge touched on the whole set of identifying. You know, what I mean, I was a nerd as an outcast casts. It really struck a cartoon. We was there any X men in particular that you. I really love storm. Yeah. Star MacOS sheila's blacken, an African but actually liked when she went suddenly punk rock in it is because I always wanted a mohawk, and I was always envied somebody so really radical defending herself. I like some of the villain Stewart. I mean, like mystique missed cigarettes mystique was complicated. It's it was very different from the type of villains who just say curses found out again or something. Are people talking about these meddling kids X men, sometimes would win the battle? But mystique one ideological war say don't kill yourself. You went against or carrying and to defend people who are who who will kill you tomorrow. She's right. She she and allow the villains after really really sort of complicated after taste in my mouth. So you like me have music on constantly, and you always have it on really loud. And you have talked about when you're writing you will note on your manuscript pages. What you're listening as he wrote? And I was wondering what was the me listen to most while writing the new book? Mozilla writing the new book, probably miles.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I look back. Tell you what happened. Valley. Why don't you? Tell me how it began. So long ago remembers. It was a discussion about it. Melina Mitsuko time. Director of insecure. And at the time had I've been researching this novel for two years, and a silicon Furger how to tell the story, and she was talking about the affair, and how it's different perspectives on the same story and the stories don't add up, and she was saying, you know, this is a great idea for a TV show. And I'm like forget the TV show. This is a great idea for a novel for my novel. Okay. Best affair in literature. Best. The in literature is very easy for me. Actually, it's fair in the end of their fear Graham Greene novel, which also think is the best novel about an affair, and the film is actually a pretty good. I've never seen Julianne Moore who should have won best actor Oscar frady's, why does those hotted Oscars miss it kinda films of their your head? I recommend it. So I I was on Edith. Wharton kick while we were hanging out. And it was funny. We ended up talking about a lot of. Novels in the canon of literary fiction, and you had some unexpected affinities. So tell me who your favorite, pride and prejudice character is and why favorite pride and prejudice. Character. Am. Mm-hmm. I. Of course. I love the here a love Elisabet, and I love dares even before darrow's became likable. I really let people everybody don't lie. I really love MRs Bennet the thing. I like about Austin is that even her unsavory carcass can sometimes be the only people who know what time it is. And MRs Bennet is one of the few people in that novel. Who knows what time it is? I mean, he's shrill so sexist. But now people gotta eat, you know. Oliver's and realize I need to get these women married Rico's. These women are running out of time. Right. Right. I love her. Is there you you'd have to answer? What is what's your least favorite like cannon novel, whether he heights, I hate whether or not. Right. I tried last year. Some owes a third time. I tried. I just don't think it's this sort of deeply psychological novel that people think one thing I just don't think Emily Bronte had the psychology is like if you read Salman Rushdie's Nava shame the sisters, Johnny money and bunny who grew up in isolation. I think they understand the world. If one of those three girls wrote a novel, it would be whether. Let me let's go back to your childhood childhood influences. You spent you told me that you spent your childhood in middle class suburb of Kingston watching Charlie's angels, reading comic, book, etc. What were your what was your earliest comic book? Professor would have been Batman. Then later X men became you're paying right? Yeah. Huge huge touchstone. The whole identifying. I mean, I was a nerd as an outcast Cass redistribute cartoon. We was there any X men in particular that you. I really love storm star because she was black in an African but actually liked when she went suddenly punk rock in. It is always wanted a mohawk. And as always envied somebody so really radically defending herself. You like some of the villain Stewart night mystique mystique. Oh, cigarettes, mystique was complicated. It's it was very different from the type of villains who just say curses found out again or something are people talking about these meddling kids x-men Sundance would win the battle. But mystique one ideological war say don't kill yourself. You went against or carrying and to defend people who are who will kill you tomorrow. She's right. She she and a lot of the venoms after really sort of complicated after taste in my mouth. So you like me have music on constantly, and you always have it on really loud. And you have talked about when you're writing you will note on your manuscript pages. What you're listening as he wrote? And I was wondering what was the Albany? Listen to most while writing the new book. Moso writing the new book. Probably miles. Davis bitches brew..

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I look back up. I can tell you what. Bailey. Why don't you? Tell me how it began. Was so long ago remembers. There was a discussion about it. Two million sucres director of insecure, and at the time had I've been researching this novel for two years in a silicon Furger hold to tell the story, and she was talking about their affair, and how it's different perspectives on the same story and the stories don't add up, and she was saying, you know, this is a great idea for a TV show. And I'm like forget the TV show. This is a great idea for a novel for my novel. Okay. That's a fair in literature. Best the individual is very easy for me. Actually, it's their fair in the end of the fear Graham Greene novel, which also think is the best novel about an affair. And the film is actually a pretty good Julianne Moore who should have one base actor Oscar afraid, it's why does the honor those did Oscars miss it kinda films and of their for head to recommend it. So I I was on Edith. Wharton kick while we were hanging out. And and it was funny. We ended up talking about a lot of. Novels in the canon of literary fiction, and you had some unexpected affinities. So tell me who your favorite, pride and prejudice character is and why favorite pride and prejudice. Character. Am I of course, I love the here. Love Elisabet, and I love dares even before it became likable. I really let people don't lie. I really love MRs Bennet the thing. I like about Austin is that even her unsavory characters can sometimes be the only people who know what time it is. And MRs Bennet is one of the few people that novel. Who knows what time it is? I mean, he's shrill so sexist. But now people gotta eat, you know, on a prison realize, I need to get these women married because these women are running out of time, right? Right. I love her is there. You don't have to answer that. What is what's your least favorite like cannon novel God, weathering heights? I hate whether or not I tried last year. Some owes a third time I tried. I just don't think it's this sort of deeply psychological novel that people think one thing, I just don't think Emily Bronte had the psychology. It's like if you read Salman Rushdie's novel shame the sisters Johnny money on bunny who grew up in isolated. I think they understand the world. If one of those three girls wrote a novel, it would be whether. Let me let's go back to your childhood childhood influences, you spent you told me that you spent your childhood in a middle class suburb of Kingston watching Charlie's angels, reading comic, book, etc. What were your what was your earliest comic book? Thirty. Would have been Batman. Then later X men became you're saying, right. Yeah. Huge huge touchstone. The whole set of identifying. I mean, I was a nerd as an outcast. They were Cass. It really struck a cartoon. We was there any X men in particular that you. I really love storm storm because she was blackened an African but actually liked when she went suddenly punk rock in the eighties. Because I always wanted a mohawk. And as always envied somebody's so really radical defining herself. I like some of the villain, Stu. I mean, like mystique mystique. Oh seagate's. I miss secrets complicated. It's it was very different from the type of villains who just say curses found out again or something or people talking about these meddling kids. X men sometimes would win the battle. But mystique wanna ideological war. Don't kid yourself. You went against or carrying and to defend people who are who will kill you tomorrow. She's right. She she and allow the vines after really sort of complicated after taste in my mouth. So you like me have music on constantly, and you always have it on really loud. And you have talked about when you're writing you will note on your management pages. What you're listening to you as you wrote? And I was wondering what was the Alba me listen to most while writing the new book. Moso writing the new book, probably miles Davis bitches.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I think is anyone in the country bar. None. Now, I think they're in one of the best conferences if not the best conference as well from top to bottom. And so we'll see just how good they are as they go through this SEC scheduled. Let's talk a little bit about the league. We. Shared a graphic earlier of the teams ranks. And that's that's that's out today and things can change in there. There are other schools that are trying to get in in this tournament. So to speak. It's still a long way off. But but right now, let's let's move beyond. Tennessee Kentucky would would certainly be there. Auburn all MRs Bennet surprise, Mississippi State, kind of take us through the rest of the league right now. Well, that's a good question Paul because as I started the year people looked at me and said this guy serious when I talked about there could be four teams that could reach Minneapolis and the final four this year. And the reason why said that is because even in my playing career we never got to the final four, but I can see where the ingredients is ranked. And so for LSU their talent level, even though they haven't proven it a tough loss against Oklahoma state, but they have four to state beat even though four to stay struggling some now Mississippi State, they've started out tough in the SEC, right? Now, but coach Ben Howland with his final four experience offensively. There's good as you'll find. And we know with coach Cowan Kentucky those teams continue to get better year in you out. The question are had with Auburn is not the same team as last year. But but the job that coach Bruce Pearl has done in bringing new guys back, right? You've got ASTA Wiley pure voice having to sit out not playing chew mo- KiKi. There's so many different pieces at ingredients. But if they figure it out if they get it together, they can beat anybody in the country, even though they haven't proven that yet. And so you have that along with ole miss and South Carolina that have been surprises of the league. And so it just shows you from top to bottom team like tech Sania going in beating Alabama who we know can play with anyone in the country as well that this leak from one to fourteen I think he compete with any other league in regards of the depth in no one you have to play good basketball night in the night out Damian fish bag joining us live from Thomson bowler Damien. Thanks look forward to seeing you very soon. Thank you, Paul hope to see you. Again, you got a lot of enthusiasm and a lot of great knowledge there about the SEC still early. But it's not that early to start taking a peek ahead to March. We've got the big twelve challenge coming up. I think the week and after this. So that's always when things really start to heat up in the SEC. We will take a short break. We are not done yet. There's still chance for you to insult us here on the show before we go eight five five two four to seven to eight five more to come to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast..

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Couldn't help but think almost thirty years ago on the west side of the capitol President, George Bush. Let's give a kiss. That time is talking about a kinder gentler nations. He talked about the day of the dictator is over. Today, you see around the world the rise authoritarianism. I wouldn't describe America's as kinder gentler. So over thirty years. A lot has changed America. You know? Oh, lord. Do you were there weren't? I mean. Bush was always very good about Reagan when I was with it. But I always Bush staffers nasty about Reagan. The hated Reagan. Yeah. Of course, I remember that they couldn't stand. Reagan. Yeah. Yeah. He rose heroes. Above quayle. Insane. It's easier to be a Trump Bashar because you'll be celebrated and you'll be invited to all the parties, and you'll be called smart, and you're mature and Bill Kristol basically said the same thing yesterday, by the way, he was no shock there. But again. Can I say two words? Yes. Lee atwater gentler campaign. I mean, you know. Please. I really liked Kellyanne Conway. But in terms of tearing the bark off an opponent. She was no match for Lee atwater who was Bush's campaign manager, Willie Horton Senator etcetera. You know, kinder gentler kinder gentler campaign. I don't I don't know. I don't think. So no. About that. Now, of course, not it was the politics has been rough and tumble for anyone who's actually studied history in your your Mr. PHD over there Bennett. I mean, these people are Wikipedia historians. That's my new phrase, and I'm sticking to their Wikipedia historian. That's all they have is Wikipedia. So for was it if Wikipedia went away tomorrow, that'd be I know go off and be fitness instructors or something. I don't know what they do. But they they live on Kapiti. Let's talk about Christmas. And what matters this time of year at Christmas. The wonder wonderment of kids I have a two who still believe in Santa the third is thirteen and she's like mom, I'm thirteen. I'm like, okay. I said he don't believe. We'll see what happens. We'll see if you get anything at Christmas. We'll see cold for you. Right. The true Saint Nicholas why he matters to Christmas just came out last week. Or so tell us about the book why the story should matter to all people, regardless of whether you're religious or not religious time of year. No see stays Thursday some six right? Yep. Hello. I understand that. We we put the shoe out for Saint Nicholas says visit remember we do that for the feast of Saint Nicholas. And that's the story. That's the seminal story he's bored into ADHD, and he inherits well from his parents passed this is before it becomes a famous Bishop, but he hears about the poverty of a neighbor his three daughters then so late at night. And he goes and put some gold coins little throats. Window and they land in a sock or stocking. There you go. Story. The irony is this guy wanted anonymity. Becomes the most famous gift giver of the world over time. And his fame spreads everywhere. Ultra europe. Now. Go downhill for. Because this is an old battle that you know. That much anyway, no conflict in the book a little girl. Painful joy. But this is a great figure and maintain does. This reminds us of the great goodness comes from a gift giving. Tell us how Father Christmas in in Russia. It's called father frost, not called bright wash and Russian and in French and France, it was PM Noel right Father Christmas replaced. Right. Right. Right. Getting that right. Replay, Saint Nicholas. I know it's I know this isn't, you know, this is this is the point about his fame spreads all over the world and every country and make their own and even the Vikings. The closest one is when the Dutch come to America and they bring with them center class. Getting close and then more. Poem night before Christmas and Washington Irving writes about. And then the big thing for the modern era. It's Coca Cola discovers that your claws and make some fat and jolly and the red suit. And then say nNcholas become so Santa Claus one very familiar with. But the moral message remains so this is the story the book is true story. And those interested in theology might favorite part of the book is when he goes to the council Updike now. Yes. Over which emperor Constantine presides. And he gets so mad at areas founder of the area and heresy slaps him in the face. Bishop. I like the kind of bishops that know how to like really inflict pain, but only it's only temporary. It's not really lasting pain. Just a wake you up. Let's say a real sense of right and wrong a grounded and rooted, right? When you think of like, we read we read on the eve of the feast of Saint Nicholas the. The the night before Christmas, which is such a it's such a great poem and the kids all center. Emmy, we read it, and I have it recorded in their voice when they were little the reading of the poem. Any? You don't want to be your your boys are now giant, man. And it's hard to believe hard to remember a time when they all were little kids waiting for Santa. It goes by fast bless, your heart. We did the same thing you remember book of virtues. Now. I don. Yes. Your friends, John? And Joe Bennett who are these six three six six guys read those stories when they were little, and we have that on what did we have it on VHS or so? But yeah, they're little voices. It goes by fast. Shut it off shut it off. Tom give me about thirty seconds. Give us a little peek back into the Bennett boys at Christmas time your family at Christmas. Oh, we have to wait for a signal from MRs Bennet. We have to wait upstairs because she has to make sure everything is just right. You know, what saying that has placed just to strike, then we come down. And then we she has a video camera and never works. But we have great memories. I was actually thinking of you and your brother, but that's okay. I can hear about those boys. Yeah. You got like an apple and a and a and a piece of candy, right? That's all you got. Yeah. We got we got nothing. These kids you tour due to our kids are spoiled. Okay. Our kids are spoiled wicked wicked wicked spoiled one thing you don't want here in Christmas morning is is there anything else how they love that. I have two kids right now, we're on the verge of getting coal and I- threatening. I am threatening. And they might. My son will take the coal and take in front of put put it on his face and look like a pirate that's read this summer. Since all he cares about Bill Bennett. The book the true, Saint Nicholas and why he matters to Christmas. It is a great read Bill love having you on. Thank you. For your thoughts about George H W Bush as well. We'll post this book on Laura Ingraham dot com and on Facebook pick it up great read at Christmas time. The Laura Ingram show..

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And Mel Brooks is too right? I mean, high anxiety. What listen if good president can cause fires in California and global warming and general AME Zion. The border Mike lane. So Betty stepping up to this and this apart from doing the right thing. Let's see exactly. Political movie could make not only his move. But it's it's it's unfolding. Just the way he said it would right. A few weeks ago, Jim Acosta and others tried to lecture him and say there's no such thing as an invasion. There's nobody scaling any walls. These are just little old, ladies and children in strollers. Well, that's funny. Did look like little old ladies strollers last night. Those hundreds of illegals trying to storm the border. Did it? No, it didn't look like mostly men, mostly young men. I noticed some of the other media. Fox show. The debates at orange and so on, but it was mostly young men. And no this crowd is exactly as he predicted happened. Exactly as he said it would happen. So he's right. The only the only correct direction just refinement that I make is this is an acute problem. It's part of the problem is coming in every day. Whether it's five hundred thousand fifteen hundred people moving at each each side of our border every single day. He fine. Is gonna stop. But I'm gonna stop it. And God bless him. Well, I mean, it's one more example of the president being thoroughly vindicated, and you're and you're so right. I mean, Bill I think we could make the case that everything that created the climate for him to be elected two years ago is coming to fruition because when he came down that escalator, and he was widely derided for his remarks about you know, other countries notably Mexico, not sending their best. We we already know from homeland security that there are hundreds of criminals embedded within this caravan. They're not exactly going to be boy scouts when they come across the border into the United States this. But this is I think it's fair to say this is why he got elected. Yeah. No. I can if you go back. The campaign there were two three four issues. This was when this was the one that dominated dominated people's minds terms. We don't want to be pushed around anymore. We realized anymore. Capital letter issue. Hey, I've been I've been interested in your take. And I'm so glad by the way that you could you could join us, and I hope you end lovely MRs Bennet of had been having a great holiday season. Yeah. I'm a big fan of the podcasts. I hope everybody goes to Bill Bennett show dot com. Because you also get it on I tunes Google play in Spotify on Fox News all the time. I wanted your take your your assessment of the of the war of words between President Trump and and Justice Roberts. You know? The the president said something about an Obama judge Justice Roberts felt a need to jump into the fray and say there's no such thing as Obama judges or Trump judges or Clinton judges. And I it seemed to me most people said, wait a minute. Of course, there are there are there are supreme court justices who are appointed by a particular president was President Trump wrong in in pushing back against chief Justice Roberts Bill. Put on my philosophers that we have a distinction between the art the is insane. Somebody ought to be with Justice Roberts was saying was what judges ought to be independent mindful of the constitution. However, that's that's the way things ought to be eight away. Thank you. Art things are of course, you have liberal judges. Otherwise, why would they put up this massive effort to stop? They didn't take that. This guy was a conservative. Of course. Of course, he's a conservative Justice Roberts as low as wrong, by the way. Criticizing of a chief Justice. The other presidents have done go back to Jefferson and go back to ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Who had a big fight with Justice. Roger b tawny about the dread. Scott. Yeah. Being brought into free territory. So he's in the tradition of ABRAHAM LINCOLN here. He's not a renegade. He's gonna great presidential tradition. The great Dr Bill Bennett is with us. He's the author of the book the true, Saint Nicholas why he matters to Christmas. It's a beautiful book..

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Mrs Bennet wide left Matheson will escape to center a pass for Barkov is completed he sweeps it into the landing zone of Corey conquer. Immediately clear out to Dan Martell at center ice, he stumbled to the ace and describe Matheson looks into the lightning line about the puck. There couldn't get it away from Derrick McKenzie. You chips it in your Stroman, wrapping the puck around the far side of Martel Martell was checked, but he doesn't maneuvered out to center ice sceviour is up ended by Corey. Honecker no penalty plays ruled offside. Honecker was in his own earlier than sceviour exchanged shoves after the whistle. Eight fifty four left in the second period to one Florida. I was Danny Martell and Alexander bar cop who are kind of exchanging some crosschecks in front of the Panthers bench. Now, it's reconquer and sceviour going after it says your podcast always willing to get in the mix there as well. We have penalties stemming from this. Perhaps not play tonight. Just the one mentally after the lighting of the turnover and were forced to disrupt the Balkan alone chance. There was a penalty. Yeah. There's actually been a couple times where I thought there may have been a penalty that needs to be called. If you look early on and McDonough who is kind of tripped up and interfered with as he was trying to get back to lightning. And then unfortunately, it can't give big surge for the Florida Panthers there but fortunate they didn't score a goal, and he actually had a nice scoring opportunity from a nice pass from Andre pilot in the Panthers on stamkos wins a neutral zone. Faceoff Trojan headman stumping, though. Going out of play. So another neutral zone face. Both teams will get a full week to get ready for the opener next Saturday Amalie arena. Definitely have some million with one another having played each other four times how in less than two weeks, which kind of adds to this great rivalry. That's really begun with these two teams as the Panthers looked to become in playoff contention and the lightning another favourite to maybe win the Cup this year. Tro check one the neutral zone fee seven carried it into the lightning zone. He lost the head new trying to clear got high stick out of the year. By petrovic. So it's a neutral zone face off. A lot of practice for face off Cyrano. Yeah. A little bit early on. But here it's been not too much floated this game a lot of topping faceoffs. Stamkos wins this one from tro. Check headman in the lightning in deals to stamkos at center short. Feed. Matthew joseph? Let's go to J T Miller. Who works at in trying to clear you successful tro to Julio. Hop in nearly split the D, but he just bumbled at a bit and had been has it back long toss. Stamkos.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on Rough Translation

Rough Translation

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on Rough Translation

"Limited freedom and had limited financial control over their lives which is exactly what we go through he has i mean my mom was not exactly like mrs bennet but my mom always worried oh who am i going to get my daughter's married to so they have to have this impeccable reputation reputation as most important in our culture even now it's the same as during jane austen's time somalia kind of has own reckoning about this and she realizes that one of her choices she's not going to inherit a lot of money from her family she could either marry now to this boy who's chasing her and who spoils her old she could go to college in the states come back and then maybe get married off to somebody else who maybe she won't like so much maybe she wouldn't really have a say in it in the pakistani high society that molly is part of justice jane austen's england matchmaking is a community activity men and women don't get to know each other by going on dates that's not allowed so courtship unfolds in these public arenas of balls and weddings in pakistan there's these all the women who turn up at weddings rish the auntie's relationship aunties they've met to try match up men and women together at the wedding at the wedding think of it like an ira l like in real life like tinder profile that you're just like swiping through if a if a rich the auntie like sees a woman at one of these weddings she'll go up to her an oscar like how old are you how much do you weigh is that you'll real skin color you set your real skin color yeah yeah because women here you skin bleaching products make themselves look paler oh the thing is is that i i was used to that coming from an arab family ds family lives in canberra the capital austrailia they're immigrants from lebanon and egypt when i was growing up one of my cousins got married at fourteen and my auntie looked at me and you know and she said it's best that she got married at fourteen because after that go look start to fade what are these rich to aunties looking for they want a woman who is toll but not too tall slim that not skinny you know if she's professionally accomplished that's even better think about it like accomplishments from jane austen's time woman can be really esteemed accomplished who does not also possess a second something in in the manner of walking in the tone of her voice she must yet add something more substantial and the improvement of their mind extensive reading it's not that anyone wants to work but it's nice to have a professionally accomplished wife in the house that's why so many pakistani women who graduate as doctors don't have work is doctors not surprised at you knowing only six accomplished women mr dossey lizzie bennet from pride and prejudice one of the bennett goals resents having to rack up accomplishments just to prove that you know she's ready for marriage and so does malia so in the choice between going to call eight joel picking a guy who already adores her she knows what she's gonna.

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"mrs bennet" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"mrs bennet" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I think the bottom line was j church was some people that know some people that did a lot of yeah i think they got the guy who lives in ohio but who cares yeah he's mississippi state fan but great call great call jerry know what somebody should do i mean they should write a book about this show and call it great call great call i mean great all not just you have skull but glory just like tony was it's great goal he no we will move no pass this bring everything back deep breath bring it on back down okay now when daniel comes on i'm always been intrigued by his last name being bramlett because there's some very no worthy hey by the way i i grew up in newton new danny went to mrs bennet barrett did he have a daddy he used to go to the shop with me so i guess that makes and yup probably with past the sugarbowl or the winter i'm reading we dig about the sugar bowl in nebraska in nebraska and but but anyway never that song cold brian got cold nebraska night yeah i'm getting i'm getting to that from gas to the point you stepping all over it and paul grandma on the name i mean you got you got randall bramlett with the band sealevel was which was a collection of wings and allman brothers right cowboy in the bunch of session then you had laney bonnie welcome back to classic rock yes absolutely only you know and i know that mall but see didn't go to the sugarbowl let's let's let's let's let's listen to a an acoustic version of all the young dudes by maat the hoople.

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