35 Burst results for "Nirvana"
Treasure Trove of Rock Memorabilia Includes Kurt Cobain Hair
"Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton and Arrowsmith as well as autographed memorabilia from the Beatles and even strands of hair from Kurt Cobain are some of the highlights. An online auction that ends this weekend. Six strands of blond hair from the grunge rock icon, part of a syriza of nirvana offerings. The hair was cut by a friend in 1989 the minimum bid $2500, Okay? I know
"nirvana" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The guitars, the bass. The vocals intended to comprise something that they think it would sound like a very interesting, very interesting show. If this song that I like the song Do what little I heard right? They're really like On did sell like nirvana. So would Nirvana get royalties from this? They're used. I think it was just an experiment just is just an experiment. But but But it does give you an idea of how capable Ai artificial intelligence is crazy because it's collecting maybe not music and sound, but it is collecting data from you. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, yeah, It's pretty interesting. My head's gonna explode. Yeah. I mean, think of the AI What it could do to manipulate your voice, your intentions and your ability to communicate with other people. Pretty interesting. Rather not. It is 9 54 here on the tide of Don showtime until folks so they could find on the Facebook at dawn prayer it don prior radio Come see us got to mark my landing coming up next to 10 Rush Limbaugh at 11 and then Mark added Melinda from 2 to 4. Don't wanna miss that. Especially today. You do not want to miss the Mark Melinda and and program from 2 to 4. All conjuring, I'm gonna give you a specific time. 33 15. Wow, that was trust me on this one. Okay? This afternoon Tune in then tune in at 3 15. I think I think your mind will be surprised is what's what might be have just cleared my calendar on Listen, you could follow me on all social media..
Alexei Navalny, leading Putin critic, sentenced to 2.5 years in jail
"Alexei Alexei Navalny Navalny has has been been sentenced sentenced to to more more than than 2.5 2.5 years in prison. This is the story we've been following on Moscow courses he violated the terms of his probation while recovering from nerve agent poisoning in Germany. Involved. He says the proceedings are a show trial to scare his followers into submission. He's rejected his original conviction, which was on embezzlement charges as a fraud. In a statement from our Secretary of state, Antony Blinken, he says the United States is deeply concerned by this move against Swift punishment for the Russian opposition leader Nirvana and the biting
"nirvana" Discussed on Broken Record
"The conspiracy website vic says the kurt cobain did not kill himself. It's actually you are kurt. Cobaine seen that. Yeah i've heard of that is. I hadn't seen the website before and then just yesterday somebody forwarded it to me. Is that like suddenly going around for some reason. It's i know that conspiracies been around for a long time. I don't know. I just thought i just thought the day interesting. I might even be interesting if i were to ask you questions as if it were true because that can be fun for both of us. Yeah so if if you were kurt tell me how you imagine you would have transformed yourself into rivers. Well first of all. I'd have to stage my death. Which seems seems easy enough. And then yeah. The blue came out a month later after he died. You could have been more. You could have been working on that like for years. And i know he was. He seemed to be very interested in very innocent. Naive music like they covered. The raincoats does not that different from weezer. guess You know major key and we kind of picked up picked up the ball and ran with it so yeah i think kind of run in the opposite direction from grunge in you know where where the button down shirts in your hair short in in sing with very clear voice rather than rock voice. Yes nice if you like. You hired of incurred cobaine. This might be nice career decision by get away from all Agnes essentially cancel the past and starting new. We've no none of the old pressure of being in this The obama changed the world. And we just have fun in pop songs joy itself. Yeah i guess. The grass is always greener. But yeah and i think for forever went outside of nirvana. It seemed like he had pretty good. Like that's what we all wanted right. We want to be not only the bandit selling ten gazillion records but like the band that everyone knows like they revolutionized music and culture. You know they're always gonna be that band. And the rest of us dislike little little dwarfs kind of dancing around their their heels but it looks like it felt bad enough for him to either and his life were decide to become you. One of the two which is better is different stylistically. Did you have any in the transition. In from the songs you wrote for nirvana versus the weezer songs zero. If you side collect really clear the decks and think of a new way. I think it all it all came about because i changed my style of singing now when i was singing the very thick rock voice so many overtones and all this distortion naturally my vocal chords. I was able to sing one melody four times in a row and call that averse more times road call that a chorus and no one would get tired of my voice because it was so rich but once they started singing with a very pure voice. Like a choirboy voice. Like you here in say buddy holly. I had changed my melody writing in my code writing because the voice just wasn't as rich. You've got you've got to put the variation in the richness into the composition. So at that point. I started writing a lot. More evolved involved chord progressions and melodies interesting. Did you let anyone at all know what was going to happen. He played all the best. I let my lawyer now. But apart from that i i wanted a complete break with their emmy things that happened early on. We might get caught. No there's there's been these conspiracies and Movies about me about my death out. Think anyone's really ever come close to figuring it out because it's just so different from nevada. Yes no yes. I mean you both do this off. Cloud thing sort of kept that in the repertoires that without even noticing honestly yeah. It's just habit. I hadn't yet broken. I thought the you're adding the glasses was a great idea because it really is like. It's a perfect. Camouflage your face in a way that it really does create a new persona. yeah But i did wear them in. The big nirvana video was in bloom. So it's like a little bread crumbs for people are really paying attention. I guess foreshadowing. Yeah you know actually shooting that video that gave me the the whole idea as looking back at it. I was like know what i looked. Pretty pretty cool man. This dislike the biggest f you to what everyone wants from. Varna is in these dorky glasses. I remember meeting you backstage at a concert. And i didn't make the connection when i met you. The the the rivers you. I didn't make the connection but now looking back at all makes perfect. Sense is probably pretty out of it. When you met me the first time right you pretty First you pretty out of it both times. Actually i mean a different way a different wedding. Let's talk about how your songwriting has progressed. Over the years you can start back as far as you want you want. Include the running years or not up to you but your relationship to music entire. Songwriting has well started out just about the guitar. Really in wanting to shred thinking. If i get fast. Enough on with these ramonic- minor scales. If i ever get my metronome setting up high enough then i'm going to be a huge rock star is going to be great So i moved with my band to la and we tried to shred our way to a record deal and nobody was interested They were they were interested in something called songs and hooks and lyrics. And i was like what the heck is all that about but it became like technique for me. It's like okay. If if that's what it is in all practice that a work on that until i can shred shred chorus basically.
Navalny defiant as Russian court rejects his bid for freedom
"Ruled against freeing the lead opposition figure Alexei Navalny, rejecting his appeal against a 30 day detention imposed when he returned from Germany. Mr. Navalny's supporters have been calling for further protests this Sunday. Several Rainsford is in Moscow. The judge took just a few minutes to decide Aleksei Nirvana's fades, ruling that the opposition politician will remain behind bars. Mr. Navalny appeared in court via video link and spoke passionately denouncing his treatment, including a previous court hearing held in a police station as illegal, he said it was all meant to scare him and shut him up. You have the power for now, who declared, But that won't be eternal. The ruling itself was no surprise since Saturday's mass protests across Russia, calling for his release. Some key allies of Mr Navalny have been detained and many more have had their homes and offices searched by police.
Poisoned Russian Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny Says He Will Return To Russia Despite Jail Threats
"We begin today in Russia, where the opposition leader Alexei Navalny is facing a possible lengthy prison sentence a day after his arrest stand detention upon returning from Germany. He was being treated there for a novel Choc nerve agent attack in Russia, which Mr Navalny with a good deal of evidence has blamed on the Russian state. Mr Navalny was wished away from the airport where the plane landed last night, not the airport, where it was scheduled to land and where a large crowd of his supporters have gathered. Police station A court convened there today has agreed to a police request to extend his detention prior to a trial, which might rule he served a suspended prison sentence. 3.5 years handed down in 2017. His arrest has been widely condemned by Western governments but defended by Russia. Speaking ahead of a hearing on the hearing at the police station. In a clip posted on social media, Mr Navalny accused President Putin of showing complete contempt for the law by detaining him. Which uses said anything consumers to the press with Violet. See, I don't understand why the hearing is being held at a police station. Why wasn't anyone informed? Why were there No. Summers are seeing a lot of mockery of justice. But the old man in the bunker is probably so afraid that they've obviously tourney up and bend the criminal procedure code. This is impossible. What's going on? Here is lawlessness off the highest grade the words off election Avandia and a short while ago I spoke to Vitaly Millen off from Mr Putin's United Russia party who's been a member of the Russian parliament since 2016. Why is the Russian government seem so nervous about election of Army? I suppose that it's more like impression created by Nirvana himself. Of course, I assumed that Mr Navalny represents himself as the main leader of the Russian off positions, which is not true, because a number of his supporters is not the tremendous it's quite weak. Of course, he's not dangerous for the Russian state. Told because he wore he was able to participate in different type of elections, even in the mayor elections in Moscow, So I think that he is not someone that board us Russian authorities. One of the same time the Russian authorities describe Mr Navalny as in a relevant blogger, and then you whisk him off a plane which didn't land where it was meant to. You take him off to a police station. On So the trial as finished a couple of years ago. It's for reserve. Remember, it was assumed that he should stay in a special conditions. He cannot believe country for a long time. And he should visit occasionally. Special officer like everywhere in the world. He decided not to do this. Sorry. Hang on a minute, Mr Milner if he didn't decide not to observe his parole conditions, he was poisoned. With a deadly nerve agent. He then had to be flown out of the country where he's been suffering from a coma and trying to recover from that poisoning. This was not a choice on his part, as far as I remember Russian side God, no witness from the West. So with the same way we can tell that you've been captured by Spiderman, no evidence and no results. No tests from the laboratories in the present to Russian state. Saying that he had been poisoned by this Western world known poison nor the chuck. So he stayed as a guest off. I'm gonna model for quite a long period of time, and he had been recovered. You know, in a week after he's being transported from Russia recovered, recovered from what? Because you you say he wasn't but wasn't poisoned off course. I know a lot of diseases and lots of education's want personal individual needs to be recovered, he declared himself. Is an individual being poisoned, Injured assassinated? I I don't know what and he felt himself quite good already within a few days, so why he ignored his abilities to show up in the police office? I don't know. So that's been universal neg, universal condemnation of his arrest Western countries, the European Union, the United States, they are clearly all these countries extremely troubled. What has happened to Mr Navalny onboard. Usha doesn't care what the rest of the world thinks. That is. That's right, isn't it? Western countries? They do not care about the position of Russian side concerning those who have bean captured, increasing or held in prison in the United States, For example, European Union imprisoned lots of people from parts of Spain that called themselves Catalans know and you've got even Russian people in America being I should like, make their boot already for more than 10 years in prison without any real evidence of his being guilty, So it's first. I remember. We do not push American or British officials to change their mind because we respect sovereignity of different countries.
Educating Companies on Microsoft Identity with Christos Matskas
"So what are you working on now right now. Working developer advocate for microlending. Shall we have developer advocacy team within. Mexico will try to educate company's developer's a anyone in fact about identity and how they should dude rights and what they should avoid and why no one's want to make news for you know for the batteries that We see company after company making the news every week identity is all about authorization and authentication than does that were looking to to say we know who you are and here are the things that you can do exactly. I mean there are a few facades when it comes to working with much of india especially with microsoft and if you're looking in the wider side of things like deploying code and running azure than there are somebody benefits about a one of the things we'd like to talk about as any platform language anywhere you want right you can do identity on. Aws with lambda and then still have or api's you can sit around Google cloud and cubanacan the security using metro of the whole point is we don't want developers to write their own identity providers if they want to have their business about its valuated heart to get it right so what we try to advise people while we try to take people down the right pot as first and foremost avoid riding their own identity providers and secondly if they are going to use the provided the us hours over everybody else because added benefits. Let's say a company has written. There may be the company that i work for has our own a security authentication system. Sure is there. Is there a way to properly integrate. That with the identity system method is connected with dot net up. Yeah obsolete i mean as long as you have followed open. Id connecting all standards than this. Nothing helping you for pointing to our points and then authenticating guests azure ad or see so. Obviously we don't want people to report their old codes as long as it's all. Idc compliance than a simple -cational pointing to new tenants setting up operated inside is radio b. c. and off you go but however if your code is ten years old obviously you're not compliant so there are that's somebody benefits in my migrating your code especially if you're dot net today since we've simplified all the boilerplate codes and we hit away the complexities but we want you to come you are we have a very nice slide usually with nirvana singing cameras you are and that's the slide because we don't want you to use our libraries don't want you to use our guidelines if you already have a connect complain libraries or if you want to use a community in one then you can integrate with no problem
"nirvana" Discussed on Pantheon
"The struggle between art and money for the soul of rock adam. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me cool. And so what inspired you to write this book. Well i think a couple of different things first off I think it had to do with Growing up in an era and coming of agent air of music and coming to realize as i got older that that At era was being misremembered culturally and that they were kind of key things had been left out of the dominant cultural narrative That was That were important to that. Era musically culturally and so forth so it came out of conversations with a lot of my friends in the music industry and other friends and bands and all that type of stuff and music fans who would come of age and you know generation x. and There just wasn't much written about the alternative music era and There had been other countless books. Written about you know the Sixties music and seventies music. There is a really good book called our band could be your life About the indie scene in the nineteen eighties. That really kinda got out The alternative music era. So i wanted to you know. Help shed some light on that cool. And i i want to say i really enjoyed the book and found it a thought provoking and definitely some points of analysis clarified things. That hadn't occurred to me and the fundamental point the day alternative music died. That's sort of a little bit of a troll entitle as well. I think it i think it means. I think some people would think that that would mean that you know when nirvana the music. When when kirk obeying died and and that's refers to day alternative music dies mature cobain died and people would maybe take that the common reading of that would be you know there was a loss of nirvana ended that arab. But it really has to do with the way that nirvana's the myth and legacy was used to kind of corporate alternative music..
Doctors detail Navalny poison treatment in medical journal
"Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny after his poisoning are publicly discussing the case. Linz Charity Hospital says that my family has given his permission for the article to be published in The Lancet journal. The Valley fell ill suddenly on a domestic flight in Russia on the 20th of August following an emergency landing and treatment at a Siberian hospital in Omsk off the two days of political wrangling, Nirvana was flown to Berlin on a private air ambulance on the 22nd of August. In the journal article. The doctor's detailed, exact course of normal is illness and treatment with the verity of drugs, trade dresses, symptoms and the underlying medical condition. I'm serious Shockley policia car
Doctors detail Navalny poison treatment in medical journal
"Treating Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny after his poisoning are publicly discussing the case. Linz Charity Hospital says that my family has given his permission for the article to be published in The Lancet journal. The Valley fell ill suddenly on a domestic flight in Russia on the 20th of August following an emergency landing and treatment at a Siberian hospital in Omsk off the two days of political wrangling, Nirvana was flown to Berlin on a private air ambulance on the 22nd of August. In the journal article. The doctor's detailed exact course of normal is illness and treatment with the verity of drugs, trade dresses, symptoms and the underlying medical condition. I'm
"nirvana" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"Yeah the everyone's been just super supportive member just super. We're super thankful for that. That's the best right like Yeah we we used to say this thing so where we opened up around the corner from of coffee and there's another coffee shop across the street from that original cafe so like lots of coffee and the first like three to six months of rope and people are always coming in like. Oh you opened up right here like trying to compete with those folks all the time. Yeah i know our and our response to it was like no like the people who are really happy going. They're going to keep going there and maybe they'll come here. Sometimes i doubt they're gonna stop going to places forever and there's enough room for everybody. Ask the weirdest thing that people think. If someone else hasn't been you don't have it like it's just so strange added i am and the other thing is like a drug. You can get where you want. Why are we going to stop you from getting that copy lines not gonna do that then every every place has something different to you can go have a certain kind of experience with one place in another another you. That's great if anything. We can all make each other better. I creating more of a community around in areas like that's huge potential. So what's coming up next and yells world. Anything i mean i i know you just open cafe shop and right now i think we're just sort of hoping for the best writing up in We are running our artists program. Still and so right. Now we have any exhibits Through the end of this year And then we'll bring a new arts in these are all local artists. The people of color be. I feel see and i think from my part. That's pretty much it working on collaborations as they come up Were always trying to elevate other small businesses Right now that's so important. Is that we all support each other and promote each other and so that's a big part of my role and making sure that we're putting our employee culture. I is well on. That is a big thing that we don't want to sacrifice in right from the start. I wanna make sure that the culture is right. Internally as well i'd say of espresso right had her first day off yesterday so off worth having her have a day off consistently wait for stay off and then we always. Gosh congratulations. yeah had man. That's yeller awesome. I'm so excited to be talking to you. Yeah where can we. Where can people find you online. If they want to learn more they want to get into it. Our website is nirvana so coffee dot com. And you can find us on facebook at neuronal coffee and twitter at nirvana soul. S j san jose awesome. Well yeah i'll definitely becoming over there soon and yeah definitely going to be one of my regular spots. Whenever i go to san jose. Say yeah so great having on the podcast for sure career signing off anything's goodbye..
A Really Tall Tower: Babel
"Today we're looking at genesis chapter eleven and this is how it reads. I'm just if i could just re-genesis eleven versus one through nine. It's short enough. Yeah i think that'd be great yeah. Jt why don't you. Why don't you read it these bible in front of you. Boom okay genesis. Eleven one thousand nine do it okay. Moses writes under the holy spirit now the whole earth had one language and the same words and as people migrated from the east they found a plain in the land of shinar settled there and they said to one another come let us make bricks and burn them thoroughly and they had brick for stone and vitamin for mortar. Then they said come. Let us build ourselves a city and a tower with its top in the heavens and let's make a name for ourselves lest we be dispersed over the face of the whole earth and the lord came down to see the city and the tower which the children of man had built and the lord said behold they are one people and they have all one language and this is only the beginning of what they will do and nothing they propose to do will now be impossible for them. Come let us go down. And there in confused their language so that they may not understand one another speech so the lord dispersed them from there over the face of the earth and they left off the building of the city. Therefore it's name was called babble because the lord confused the language of the earth and the lord dispersed them over all the face of the earth fascinating. What an interesting story. Now lewis opened up with this. Is this like the post-flood nirvana period like this. The post-flood utopia period because when it opens up. I guess we read the story of the tower of babel kind of back to front meaning. We kind of know where it's going but if you just read the first couple of lines of this now the whole earth had one language in the same words there they've migrated. They've settled there. They said to one another come. Let us build a city Like let let's build something. Okay if i could just pause in my mind if you just paused right there it feels like oh wow. They're doing what god told them to do after the flood there. It's one people They're living together and they're building. Isn't this a part of the cultural mandate cultivate and subdued there building a civilization. So like it seems for a moment like everything is going. According to plan right except that the language is telling us and they never yeah. Language come let us is is highly significant elsewhere. You'll see it In the book of exodus when Pharaoh says come. Let us build store cities and he. It utilizes the israelites slave labor to do so And so what we see in this building project and it's pretty clear that their motive for building is not to bring honor and glory to god. It is to ascend to the heavens and be like god that is to Make much of themselves. Not only that but cities are places that actually keep people in one spot and so part of what is confusing about the way. The narrative is written us. 'cause we're we're not necessarily paying attention to the typical rhythms. That's the original audience would have is that because we just had the of nations We're thinking oh okay. Everybody's all spread out and speaking different languages but the table of nations. This is not a chronological retelling. The table of nations is talking about how things look after the story of babble so it's important to see that. The fruitfulness medication and spreading out that is basically as we'll see Forced upon the human race at that. Point is that's recorded at the table of nations actually result of the story that we're reading. Yeah that i think that makes a lot of sense. I think one of the things that i i'm asking this question and i'm glad you brought that language because that's where i was hoping we would go with but i do feel like sometimes when i heard the story of the tower of babel tot and i don't know if this was just like the circles i in but i heard about it as oh they're doing something that the the the idea of city building Idea of structure building was anti-theft. What they should have been doing which living off the land and the garden. And i heard this is kind of like anti city hall cried for the anti progress that's the coal and eaten is the cultivate subdue and is the transform the earth into like this garden city so the act of building the act of development the active civic society. The active structure building isn't bad. It's not immoral but the reason they want to do it is
Aleksei Navalny Out of a Coma and Responsive, German Doctors Say
"Poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexey Navales condition has improved allowing doctors to take him out of an induced coma. The German hospital treating him said, Monday Navan any of high profile critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin was flown to Germany last month after falling ill on August twentieth on a domestic flight in Russia. German chemical weapons experts say tests show the forty, four year old was poisoned with the Soviet era nerve agent prompting the German government last week to demand that Russia investigate the case. The patient has been removed from his medically induced coma and is being weaned off mechanical ventilation. Sherry t hospital said in a statement. He is responding to verbal stimuli. It remains to early to gauge the potential long-term effects off his severe poisoning. It added that the decision to publicly released details of his condition was made in consultation with Navales wife. Nirvana had been in an induced coma and the Berlin hospital since he was flown to Germany on August twenty seconds for treatment news of his gradual recovery came as German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office indicated that she might be willing to rethink the fate of a controversial German Russian gas pipeline project a sign of Berlin growing frustration over Moscow's stonewalling about the case. German authorities said last week that tends showed proof without doubt that Nevada any was poisoned with a chemical nerve agent from the Nova Chalk group British authorities identified the Soviet Era Nova Chuck as the poison used on former Russian spy Sergei script. Paul and his daughter in England in two thousand eighteen. Russia. has denied the Kremlin was involved in poisoning. All knee and accused Germany failing to provide evidence about the poisoning that it requested in late. August. German. Foreign Minister Heiko Moss said Sunday that the Russian reaction could determine whether Germany changes its long-standing backing for the Nord Stream two pipeline which brings Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea bypassing Ukraine. The chancellor also believes that it's wrong to rule anything out MERCKEL spokesman Stephane. Siebert told reporters Monday after being asked about mosses comments. Previously Merckel had insisted on decoupling the of all case from the pipeline project which the US strongly opposes in August three US Republican senators threatened sanctions against the operator of a Baltic. Seaport located in Merkel's parliamentary constituency for its role as a staging post for ships involved in building Nordstrom to Siebert caution that it was premature to expect Moscow response to the matter within a few days. But made it clear that Berlin wants answers soon? I can't express a clear time-limited station except that we are certainly not talking about months or the end of the year he said. German diplomats rejected the Russian suggestion that Berlin was to blame for any delay in investigating the case noting that navalny was I treated for suspected poisoning in the Siberian city of. On August twentieth. All evidence witnesses, traces, and so forth are in the place where the crime was committed presumably somewhere in Siberia said German Foreign Ministry spokesman Christopher Burger. The CO leader of Germany's opposition Green Party Robert Habat called on the government to take a stronger stance and buried the pipeline. The project divide Europe it is economically nonsensical and oversized, and it is wrong in security policy terms harbut said. Completing it would mean that Russia can do what it wants. This signal must not be sad. Mikhail Lubinov. The Russian envoy international organizations in Vienna voiced suspicions about the timing of demands to link the pipeline with an ovonic. Ace. Suspicious Coincidence Nevada case and the final stage of Nord Stream two construction which some states desperately wants to be closed I am not fond of conspiracy theories, but it is obvious that the tragic events with the Volney are very timely and helpful for opponents of Ns to he tweeted.
Heaven and Hell
"The Buddhist said. The Double Prada. I won twenty six. Some enter the womb. Evildoers go to hell the good good heaven. Those free from worldly desires attained, Nirvana? Now. It's not hard to understand the attaining. Nirvana. But what's the stuff about going to hell and going to heaven? That doesn't seem very Buddhist. And yet we find it in the Buddhist scriptures. This is because I think that. The. Proclamation of Buddhism within the West has been sterilized of anything smacking of religion. So that Buddhism doesn't seem religious. But Buddhism is a religion. Is a religion that tells you how to attain the best destination the best life. So it tells you how to live life now. So that, you have peace of mind. It tells you how to attain Heaven after You die and it tells you how to get out of the cycle of rebirth, which is called some Sarah in Buddhism through attaining Nirvana. So. Tells you these things. But we really here mainly in the West about the meditation and about finding peace and things of this nature. But this isn't the complete story of Buddhism see you get a skewed view of Buddhism. So, lately, I've been writing for PATHOS PATHOS DOT COM. And Have My. I. Have a column there called the Buddhist said. And every week I do two articles where I explore the Buddhist teachings from the Pali Canon the earliest scriptures of Buddhism. And one of the things that. I'm trying to help people. Understand. Is that Buddhism is a full religion. It's not just find inner peace. It's about avoiding hell it's about attaining heaven and ultimately attaining Nirvana. So. One of the things I explained in my articles is the difference between the conditioned reality and the unconditional reality. So we live in a conditioned reality. And that conditioned reality has five basic destinations. You have the hell realms you have the ghost realm, you have the animal realm, the human realm, and the heavenly. Realm. And those are the five destinations that you can go to in this conditioned reality. Now. If you attain Nirvana which is complete liberation, then you leave this conditioned realm and go into. What can only be said to be the UN conditioned. You can't call it. A realm realm is conditioned. So I, call it an unconditional reality but that is still saying maybe too much about it. We don't know. We only know what the on conditioned is it's unconditional born on made on created on fabricated. And it's with that understanding then you begin to look at the Buddhist scriptures used. Yes Buddha tells how to get out of the cycle of rebirth. But he also tells you well, you're here. And if you don't attain Nirvana, the best thing to do is to practice the Dharma. And the Dharma has three basic printings if you will you have the ethical training. The. Mindfulness Meditation Training and the wisdom. Training this is the insight into the true nature of reality. So the ethical will give you a good rebirth. What you want is you want to be reborn as a human because the divine places, the heavenly places to pleasurable for you to meditate and the hell places to painful and of course, by Hell I mean they're temporary. So they're more like purgatory 's all these destinations are temporary. Nothing is permanent in the conditioned room. The only thing permanent is the uncommissioned. So when she realized that what you do here, effects where you're going after your life. Then the Buddha says ethical standards is what you do to make sure you have a good rebirth. That seems odd to many people who think of Buddhism has just a meditation practice. But this is what the Buddha taught. He taught a way of escape from the conditioned reality, but he also taught within this conditioned reality how to get the best rebirth so that you can practice so that you can attain Nirvana.
Putin foe Navalny fighting for his life after suspected poisoning
"Russian opposition leader Alexia Vanni is reportedly unconscious in a hospital today and there are concerns that he was poisoned. He got sick on a flight in his plane had to make an emergency landing in the Russian city of. Joining us now is the BBC's Sergei Gorriak in Moscow. What is known about? What happened to Vanni? What would we know from now is that Navali is in stable but grave condition he's still in a coma is held in the hospital in the city of Ohm skits the middle of the Siberia and Navan his wife and his supporters came already from Moscow oems but the doctors there don't let them to go inside and to see what happens with Napoleon. Is, he also, we know that Navales supporters. Novalis. Team is going to transfer him in hospital in Europe probably that will be Hanover in Germany to be treating there because they don't believe Russian doctors and they believe more in medicine like broad But now his condition is critical and he's not ready to be transported which is why he's still there in. Now, he is forty four years old. He is a staunch critic of president. Putin, tell us more about who he is while for the last ten years broke Smith Lena has been the main opposition figure in. Russia he's the vocal critic of Putin. He's his thorn in a back. I can say so and he started as an opposition blogger right in about corruption cases among officials or businessmen somehow connected linked with the government they after he. Held a very successful campaign during the elections in two thousand eleven and these campaign against The United Russia party that's the main ruling party in this country. Made this party almost lose the elections in the State Duma. That's the parliament Navan only raised like lots of people to. Come on the streets they were mass rallies like hundreds of thousands of people in Moscow and Saint Petersburg and other cities who were protesting against United Russia the body which Nevada libels as a party of Crooks and thieves after that he tried. To run for mayor of Moscow. And dirt even tried to participate into the presidential election in two, thousand, eighteen. But he was barred from running because or was convicted in embezzlement He denies any wrongdoing. He thinks that these cases criminal case was political. He has a very successful anti corruption foundation which does a big and very A. Very good investigations on different politicians and Putin's France out He even made a very successful investigation on which means that if that's been A. Ex. President. Of Russia and Prime Minister after the that investigation specifically in two thousand seventeen, they will also mass rallies in Moscow. So there are lots of reasons, for Kremlin, not to love Nirvana as you can see. Well, and if indeed he was poisoned, this would not be the first Putin critic to be targeted. There's a long list not at all but what many experts here in Russia's say what I should agree with that such thing as only spoiling by. Either security services either some Putin's men could only happen with Putin's approval and. Now it there is no reason for Putin to try to put navalny in hospital or even to kill him because are no very prominent political campaigns running. No very big elections in Russia actually wouldn't have only was doing. Siberia. He was housing small campaigns for. Local elections in some Siberian cities where his supporters are running for some places in a city parliaments or regional parliaments, which is why still very puzzled about who and why would want Nevada to be poisoned and crime in spokesperson injury Paskov ready told that Kremlin wishes Nevada. Speedy recovery and they also told that they would help if Navales family would want him to be treated abroad.
interview With Rik Emmett
"Welcome back. It's Eddie trunk on this week's podcast. Thank you so much for listening We start off as mentioned with Rik Emmett of triumph coming up second and just a bit. It'll be Rachel Bolan of skid row a very, very deluxe expanded double dip addition to great interviews for you this week I. Hope you enjoy him. We start with RIK Emmett right now. How are you rick? I'm Great Eddie how are you? Good how you in Canada how are you home? Yeah, yeah I live in Burlington, which is sort of a western city suburb, of Toronto and It's been great here. Actually you know it's I haven't minded sort of being isolated and. You know it hasn't had too much effect at actually allow me to become a little bit more creative so I've been enjoying myself. Well that's the thing you know all this pandemic time all the artists I've been talking to all seem to have a different take. Some are really chomping at the bit to go out there and do things and others are enjoying the reconnect with family and not used to being home. This long others are taking the time to do really creative things. Right record do streaming videos what what's been the focus for you. In this time I mean you you are semi retired from touring anyway weren't you? Yeah I had sort of stepped back from touring at the beginning of twenty nineteen. So I was getting used to it and I had told my agent. Well, you know I'll go out and try if you want to necessarily have to fly two gigs. But if you put some stuff together that can drive to maybe I'll try some of that and then along came covert thing and those got bumped and canceled and so but I was already getting used to being off the road. anyways. So I don't really miss the road and I mean. I do Miss Playing And and having that I interaction with the crowd and that energy you know but I don't miss you know airplanes and hotels and taxi cabs and all the rest of it. You know a And the thing. That's weird. Eddie like it was almost like a retirement was a great career move for me because. Round Hill records was putting out the triumph stuff said, he would you like us to put a all your back catalog and I went well sure that it'd be great. It's nice to have somebody believing me. So all of the albums that I made after I left triumphed they've just digitally released him and then I was sitting around going I. Think you know I still want record and stuff when I was writing tunes in When I in nineteen, sixty, two, I don the Bob Dylan record, it was just called Bob Dylan and it was just a cousteau Qatar voice voices. You know all my years I've never really done a whole album like that. So I'm going to do a project like that. So I put that out on my website and then I I was. Writing a book of poetry and it looks like a publisher wants to make a deal so that I can do book of poetry and a memoir. So it's like one thing led to another thing about to nosing before I. Knew It. I had like a completely full calendar, and now of course you know I'm doing all of this promos on calling you. What is what is strung out troubadours I saw link for that. What is after the newest thing you're doing? Now Strung out troubadours was a thing. There was a guy named Dave Dunlop who played in my band and he actually went try and fly the reunion Gig in. Sweden in an Oklahoma Day was actually in the in the triumph hand as well playing rhythm. Guitar and Stuff. So Dave and I had a little duo thing like a lot of times my touring and got to the point where I was doing a lot of solo stuff I wanted something else and so I use the piano player for a while and then I kinda got the edge to have a little bit more of a rock and roll approach. So two guitars made it a little bit more kind of versatile and so Dave is the guy and we did it for you and then I said, Hey, you know what? We should do an album together and put it out. We can sell it at emerge table, and so that was the birth of the troubadours and we did three albums. and. Yeah Round Hill bought my rights out to those days still has his side of it. He he didn't sell them. So he stands to make some more mechanical royalty. Whatever there is to be made these days, right Yeah. So I wanNA talk to you. I. WanNa ask you some triumph stuff of course but before. But before that, let's let's let me cover the reason you're calling which you mentioned the release of your albums after triumph ended for you and I think rick that people would probably be surprised to learn how many records there are, and there were a lot of people that sort of. Categorized what you did after triumph as being a jazz guitar, but that's not all you did. You really ventured into a lot of different styles. So for people that especially here in America that maybe didn't follow all that closely some of the stuff you did after triumph tell everybody what you did musically, and how many records there are in the different journeys those records took you on. Okay well, you know settle in folks make yourself a cup of coffee. This is a long story. There there was thirteen that round hill made a deal for and they ran the gamut and when I first got of triumph. So a little bit of sort of ancient history here left eighty eight. I actually made three albums for an indie either had a distribution through universal and in Canada. And those sort of started an evolution or You know I don't know a a mutation change from being sort of Iraqi. Guy To kinda be in a singer Songwriter Guy and that took me from eighty nine through to about ninety five six. And then I sort of had enough. I. I was I mean the industry had changed You know the whole thing of being sort of in an arena rock band. It's kind of converted to an MTV banned through the eighties that was dying off and there was the rise of Nirvana and soundgarden and so radio had gone in a different direction and I try and thing just seemed like it was over for me you know so I left made those three records in there and I got to the point where I went. Okay. This doesn't really seem to be working for me either and it's not really why I left triumph. In the first place I just want to indulge myself creatively artistically and I don't care if I make money or not This is not a question of chasing career. This is a question of sort of. Chasing what art in music and the music is is pulling me towards calling me. You know. So I, one was a classical guitar instrumental record next one in very short succession was a blues rock and kind of a thing because really that was like where I cut my teeth when I was first learning electric guitar was the whole Eric Clapton Jimmy Page Jeff Beck thing these guys out of the yardbirds then back into the Chicago Blues and down the Delta all of the you know the the same path that those guys went soon as you discover them, you go back down the path that they did too. So you know And then the next record was sort of top jazz because that was the next thing that happened in my life I went to college for one semester in Jazz Music Program but at the time, I was heavily deeply into everything from west, Montgomery to Charlie bird to Joe Pass and so Yeah you know swinging and that comes on playing blues and so those were the first three records I made real quick
Will Pay for Quiet: Communication Apps Silence Your Barking Dog
"Oh. Me Sorry I didn't mean to disturb you. That's just my ruffles. The sort of distraction you've probably gotten sick of after months of doing conference in video calls from home right. Outside an office it's hard to keep those remote meetings professionally quiet. I mean these chips do taste good. And that can be in some cases embarrassing at worst it can shut down an important meeting. No one wants to lose a big sale because construction workers jack hammering outside your door. Or you know one of your coworkers is. Eating ruffled. Okay NFL that that brings us to a pretty new category of APPs that seeing a big pandemic boost noise canceling none out the kind of noise cancelling built into headphones, but software based artificially intelligent noise canceling APPs. The one getting the most buzz these days is called Crisp with a K.. The Small San Francisco Company says it's APP works with more than eight hundred other APPs on your iphone, tablet or computer. There's a limited time free version and a power user tear that costs one hundred dollars a year. Now Chris claims its atkin remove the hub of an air, conditioner or vacuum cleaner. WHAT CRISP CALLS CONTINUOUS NOISE! You can also use it to suppress intermittent noise the bark of your German shepherd, or if you're lucky, the angry screams of your kids fighting. I say that, some what sarcastically, because human voices can be hard to silence after all annoys, canceling APP has to understand which voiced, preserve yours and which to mute, there's. Crisp says you can also suppress background noises coming from someone else, which is something that some other noise cancellation technologies can't do. Crisp and other AI powered noise, suppression, APPs, or particularly interesting as competitive weaponry for videoconferencing businesses right now, millions of us are desperate to get rid of those annoying background sounds, and that means that the company's fighting to host your virtual meetings or starting to use noise cancellation as a competitive advantage, take zoom Google meet, and Microsoft teams for instance zoom has built in noise cancellation, but anyone who's ever been on a zoom Webinar knows it's not exactly. Awesome. How often have you heard annoyed facilitator, ask, we'll whomever is eating dinner. Please mute their Mike. UNACCOMPANIED BLOG POST CRISP, says users can the after their zoom calls and improves zoom's own noise suppression that could work for some who were both patient and technically inclined, but millions of news zoom users are, neither they're using the platform because they have little choice, so Microsoft teams trying to woo users away from zoom is taking a different approach Microsoft says it will soon embed. The Chris powered noise canceling APP into Microsoft teams. That's a big deal for Microsoft spite to catch up with zoom. By this Spring Zoom had more than two hundred million daily participants, according to venture beat at the end of April teams had seventy five. Five million, according to research firms to Teesta, and then there's Google meet which is also trying to catch up to zoom. Google made meat free to anyone with a google account back in late April at that point, it had one hundred million users half that of zoom venture beat reported, but for Google the pursuit of noise cancelling technology isn't new companies. Engineers have been developing noise cancelling feature since two thousand eighteen engineers in Google Stockholm office began considering it because of their own frustrations, holding teleconferences with people in many different time zones, particularly irksome to the Europeans were midday calls with Americans for whom it was early morning the. The Americans would eat breakfast skull. The kids and otherwise caused distractions. Google's surge, Chapelle told venture beat. It took a couple years to get to do I write the company added. It's D- noisier to Google Meden. June behind a feature that seems simple to users as sophisticated engineering and many development decisions for instance developers have to figure out how to teach the artificial intelligence engine to learn the difference between good and bad noises as I mentioned. You want the technology to keep your voice, and you also want it to block airport announcements or your spouse watching TV in the next room. Well, AI learns from your data, but as As we know from plenty of controversies around smart. Speaker supposedly listening in on conversations, this can pose another problem. No one wants companies eavesdropping on their calls both Google and crisp say they're preserving users privacy Chris says it's APP, is installed on your devices and works locally. Google says it encrypt data privacy, and some heavenly quiet sound like it could be remote work nirvana, but experiences with noise suppression vary so hey, if you try crisper, the noise cancelling features of Google meter Microsoft teams will let us hear how they're working for you in the meantime count on more and more conferencing chat, and even gaming platforms to promise. Quiet.
an Interview with Costume Designer Mona May
"Are Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common. Every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion podcasts where we explore the WHO when of why we wear, we are fashion, historians and your host April Kellyanne. Cassidy sacree so dress listeners, please accept this interruption to our regularly scheduled fashion history mystery, because we are bringing you a very special interview with the costume designer behind one of the most iconic fashion films of all time and April, as you know my personal, favorite clueless, which just this past Tuesday July nineteenth turned twenty five years old. And I have to say you guys. You all know someone who's very excited about this. Today we are joined by Mona, May, whose prolific career in film and television spans over three decades, clueless might be Mona's most famous film, but her work includes also rummy. Michele's high school reunion never been kissed a night at the Roxbury haunted mansion, and really the list just goes on and on. And April listeners please excuse me while I full on fan girl out because I mean I don't even know where to start, but my admiration and awe of Mona make goes back decades and is really threefold. I have seen clueless. Over one hundred times. At least an I can quote it from beginning to end I know there's a lot of people who were there with me, and then there's this added layer of me being costume designer myself. But also a fashion film lover I mean from Azzedine. Alaya to Calvin. Klein to that unforgettable yellow plaid suit clueless a fashion levers, dream and one that still resonates to this very day cast. You are not alone in your excitement for today's guests, so let's get to it Mona. Welcome dressed Mona. We are talking to you this week in celebration of the twenty fifth anniversary. Anniversary of one of the most iconic fashion flicks ever clueless, which debuted twenty five years ago this past Tuesday and which you, as a costume designer played such a central part. You and your work is currently getting so much well deserved attention. Yes, I'm really happy. I'm just you know. I'm just kind of flying high on all the kalisz diversity and you has been. I mean. My instagram is blowing up. which is so cool, you know it's funny because it's people are discovering ym in the weird way. God washrooms. Are you did that Enron Michelle and never been kissed and wedding singer? You know so like Sh-. The lavas pouring and it's so nice I mean the numbers are jumping up and it's just really great to you. Know we as cautioned designers, we are behind the scenes, and nobody really knows what our job really titles I think. It's kind of hard. You know what war goes into it in the preparation, and really all the creativity that has really come from Ma to create these characters from pages of the script they. They really just kind of very vaguely are described to us, and we really have to kind of be the psychologists kind of like a you know a detective to find out who they are deeply. You know their psychology were they went to. School may be no place in live there in right now and you know where they shop apartment they have you know once their journey right now in the film you know. Article to character to you know so. It's really a lot of lot of details that goes into. People don't really understand you know I think it's. It's one of a mysterious job in the way Oh. Yeah, absolutely so I. Mean You said you're making the rounds? You're all over vogue. You're all over instagram. People are are recreating favorite clueless moments. And I mean what does it feel like to have been part of a film that is still so much a part of pop culture even to this day after two decades it still so fresh and so relevant, and so loved is incredible I mean it's truly it's like A. One lifetime situation lighting that one can have that that something. Do you do out of love? You know because you don't set up to do the best session film of the universe but right. Thing, you know you, you I mean I. Am at fashion designer from training, and then I got into the question. Quebec doorway, and you know when I met amy on the pilot pilot and get picked up tablet. We creatively just connected so strongly. She loved it I was in Europe. I grew up in Europe. Seven different point of view fashion more European, and that's what the film needed. So when she wrote she called me, said the girl. I really want you to do this. To bring something so fresh and fashion forward something that's not on the street. Because of the time it was all grunge. She knows all everybody was wearing their. PLATIN- Baggy Pants, and was oh. Kurt Cobain Nirvana and of fashions in the street, so those nothing to go from everything had to be invented, not taken from the runways Paris Amina Milan share. Would the only probably daddy flew her there? She probably had the tickets in the on the day and was able to know things that she liked then everything had to be translated into the high school. Because you know amy is director of the night. I want this to be very useful, very. Very very sweet, very feminine. You know girly and that's kind of what we are changing from French fashion. Forward. Of course, it had to felt high school's head to sell their young girls because they had to feel pick, and I think part of the love for this film to the, even though they're a high fashion, and that is amazing of funded. As they felt authentic, the they really were beloved in the end that you knew who share was nearly the aunt was and out of. That feeling that emotional feeling thing, and that's why the film has lived so long because it's such emotional connection that people have to film you know with the fashion with kind of making you feel good. You know talking with a friend the other day like where does movies? We need more of those you know. The never been kissed. Michelle held to lose a guy in ten days. Almost fun movies. Movies that which none of watch and feel good, and it's okay, and it's a little bit of mystery and fun, and and Automo-. I miss those movies. You know I will miss those yeah,
The Brain Science of Enlightenment
"Guys today we're GonNa hurt out about what enlightenment or if that word is triggering to you just think of it. As high doses of meditation can do to your brain and more practically how we can derive these benefits. Even if we don't plan to spend decades living in a cave, my guest is Rick Hansen PhD. He's a psychologist and he's the author of a new book. Called Neuro Dharma. We go way into the deep end here for sure, but we are also very down to Earth this discussion. Talking about how anyone including you can reverse engineer enlightenment. That's his term another term that he uses that. Hey, like is that we can. We can have nirvana operationalized in our nervous system. Quick note that this was recorded before the pandemic, but I'm of the view that enlightenment is Evergreen so here. We go with Rick Hansen. The kind of dirty little secret in the growth world is that most positive most beneficial experiences people have useful enjoyable home. Leave no lasting value behind while due to the negativity bias in the brain, negative experiences tend to get lodge. Tried into us, so I've had A. Long standing interest in what could be called taking in the good i. think of it as a really the fundamental process of social emotional learning, and getting more skillful ourselves in helping the experiences were having really land inside based on some understanding of how the nervous system is most effectively changed for the better, and how that boils down in concrete terms, a lot is just stay with the experience for a brother longer rather than channel surfing to onto the next shiny object I. Point So, if you're having a moment where you feel strong or determined or relieved or close to another person. person or you realize how to be more effective with your teenager whatever it might be. Maybe there's a sense of inner peace. Maybe this a sense of self worth. Maybe just enjoy putting your cat in your lap. Stay with it for a breath or longer, so that in the famous saying neurons that fire together wire together so the longer you keep them firing, the more they're gonNA tend to be wiring. Feel it in your whole body second. You know the more the richer the experiences that were embodied it is the more gonNA tend to leave a trace behind, and then also another. Yeezy. Good simple private autonomous thing to do is to focus on what's rewarding about it. Let's enjoyable. What's meaningful about this experience? There are different things that happened in the hardware that occur when you do these practices that increase the conversion of the experience to a lasting change of neural structure or function, and for example when you focus on what's rewarding about it, that increases the activity of dopamine and Norepinephrine in your hippocampus there two of them technically, but people speak of them in the singular, so you have a hippocampus and the pattern of activation, the moment that underlies the experience you're having of. Let's say self, worth or determination or commitment or inner peace The experience they were having the time. If there's increased dopamine in Europe in an activity in the hippocampus at the time based on focusing on what's rewarding enjoyable about it well, the pattern of activation at the time is flagged for prioritization and protection, and during consolidation into long term storage. That's kind of a long way of pudding that if you stay with the sense of enjoying an experience, it's going to more efficiently. Turn into a lasting change in your body. It's going to be more hard wired into your nervous system. So I'm. Reaching for in my own life, and thinking about how I could operationalize this. I love my four year olds probably by the time this goes F. B. Five and I. More than probably will still love him, and snuggling with him feels really good. Yeah for him to yeah well I. Hope Sometimes I feel like coursing and but So that feeling if I can be with it and really take it in all of it in my body, and my mind than that is. It's registering a more lasting way and my nervous system, which then may make me a more warm men, affectionate person generally going forward
More states reverse or slow reopening plans as coronavirus cases climb
"Was another record setting weekend for new cases of Corona virus three straight days have some the highest numbers yet. A record forty six thousand cases, Friday, almost forty, three, thousand on Saturday and more than forty one thousand yesterday, Florida South Carolina Nevada and Georgia all reported their highest member of daily cases on Saturday with more than two and a half million cases in the US now reported and new infections, surging health and Human Services Secretary Alex. as are issued this warning. The window is closing. We have to act and people as individuals have to act responsibly. We need to social distance. We need to wear face coverings if we're in settings where we can't social distancing particularly in these hot zones. Right now several governors are rolling back reopening plans in Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Who allowed businesses to start reopening an early May shutdown bars and limited restaurant dining in. Amid a spike in cases in California Governor Gavin. newsom rolled back reopening of bars and seven counties including. Los Angeles and in Florida more beaches will be closing again to avoid further spread of the virus, as officials try to tamp down on large gatherings, one of those large gatherings still scheduled in Florida is the Republican National Convention in August which was just relocated to Jacksonville. Now over two hundred Florida, doctors have signed an open letter to Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, calling on him to at least institutes, social distancing and mask mandates at the RNC. Joining us now is one of the doctors who signed that letter. Dr Carolyn mcclanahan who works at a clinic for the working uninsured also in the State Attorney for Palm? Beach County Dave Ehrenberg a doctor mcclanahan. What is the risk of the RNC taking place with people not necessarily having to wear masks and all clustered together I. Ask this because so far at trump events. They have removed stickers. To Guide people about social distancing, and they have clustered people together all chanting and waving their arms in a hot environment at least two that I can think of right now. I think it's possible to conceive that they would try and do this again in Jacksonville. How dangerous could that be for people as it pertains to the coronavirus? Well, this definitely can be a nightmare. One of the problem is when you get a bunch of people you can say social distance, but people don't social distance and one of the problems that has really irked me in Jacksonville's. Our mayor has not in had a mandate for face bass, wearing yet, and we definitely needed. Our numbers are surging in Jacksonville. I work at a clinic for the working uninsured. It's a free clinic and they are the servers at these. Bars Janitors, and they'll be cleaning up after people I'm so nervous that are cases are just going. Just search from all of this. Dave Ehrenberg. I'm just curious. After watching pences event yesterday. I believe it was in Dallas where there was a choir, a large choir singing all standing close together a I know at trump rallies. They had people sign a disclaimer saying that the trump campaign can't be held liable if you could track the coronavirus. AH, trump valley rally, but what about the RNC in the State of Florida If we get a surge in light of the RNC, is it truly not the Republican Party that could be held liable for clearly violating CDC guidelines violating science, and and the advice that has been given from the government about what it takes to stay safe from the coronavirus. Meka there could be some civil liability if you can specifically tie a case of coronavirus to that event, although the RNC would probably say a million different reasons why that person contracted coronavirus not are super spreader event, but as possible, but you can rest assured that attendees are the RNC. We'll be forced to sign the same type of waiver as the people in Tulsa. This is crazy and Dr Caroline should be commended in writing that letter, but I don't think it's GonNa make much of a difference when the individuals who are making the decisions here. The governor and the mayor of Jacksonville will be taking their marching orders on these matters from one person one person alone. President trump and president trump does not want. The convention moved again. He wanted in Jacksonville at the end of August, and he doesn't want people to be forced to mass because he doesn't want the world to see a pack convention with his supporters wearing masks, because president trump sees it as a sign of weakness, and it runs counter to his narrative of transitioning to greatness. It's sad that when it comes to public health that it is now politicized, but that's what we have in the year twenty twenty. Doctrine, mcclanahan Casey haunt has a question for you Casey. Casey Dr Good Morning. If, even if every precaution was followed, if every single person in that all wore masks, if were sanitizing everything after every event taking the extra time is it? Is it at all possible? This would be a safe thing to enter at all. Setting aside I mean we've seen those pictures from the rallies. The president himself fuses to wear masks. I'm not saying that these things will happen, but is it even possible to make it safe? No I mean you're asking for Nirvana for them to act like it's the perfect, and it won't be and so even with mask wearing. There is a small amount of transitions that can occur, and I just concerned that even if they do all the best things that with that many people, that's a lot of people for even a half a percent transmission to occur, though it's not gonNa work, and it just crazy. The Democrats are planning totally virtual convention. Why can't the Republicans can do that and I just WanNa? Be Clear here we are. We don't care which convention it is or whatever it is. There shouldn't be a convention putting all those people together. Dr Carolyn mcclanahan. Thank you very much Dave Ehrenberg. We'll see you once again later this week. Thank you as
"nirvana" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Harmony, Eazy e thought they should put the two together. Which they did becoming bone thugs n harmony from the band Aid, Boys. Thanks a lot, man. Appreciate Collin. Dude. No problem. Absolutely. 77 579 to 5. John was at your favorite one that you sent me. That was my favorite one that you sent me. Well, you know what? There was one that I don't think made the list. That was actually my favorite. I don't think it made that Nirvana isn't on the list that I sent you right. It's not Okay. Do you know? Did you know that Nirvana had a name before they were nirvana? I remember they had a name, but I don't remember what it wass The name before they were Nirvana was Fecal matter. Okay? Well, that's my face as a good change. I did not see Pearl Jam on anybody's list and Pearl Jam. Eyes it on your list. Micah. Okay. Pearl Jam originally wanted be called Mookie Blaylock. After the bands favorite N Ba player who played for the New Jersey Nets named Mookie Blaylock movie was not down with that and made a thing about it. So between mother love bone, which they were when they had Andrew Wood, who died of an overdose on Pearl Jam. They wanted to be movie black. Speaking of Pearl Jam, John, I don't know if I told you this or not. You know, I like to diversify a little bit, and I've been working on an impression other than David Lee Roth. It's like David Lee Roth, where I can only do it if I sing. I can't really speak like this guy. But I want you guys to tell me if this sounds like Eddie Vetter. Okay, really practicing a lot. If you're ready. I'm ready. I know you've been working hard on it, and I know I know pretty excited. No, you're readyto unveil it. I figured like if if all goes well, John's gonna test negative, and I'm not going to be here on Monday because I could use a little day off. But I get the feeling that we're not going to get the result. I'm gonna have to work, but But just in case I want to. I want to leave you with something on this beautiful Friday afternoon, and ah Isa tough song, and I don't know if I'm gonna sound enough. Like Eddie Vetter. Be confident leaving. I'm going to give it a shot. Thank you. Michael Sheen's off.
Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk
"Komo morning. Aubier all stained safe. Just wanted to start off with just just with a reminder. I mean obviously we're going through the the Calvin. That doesn't seem to be. Easing Polat, but our attention is more drawn by the. Protests the the murdering. George! Floyd many many other people. Many people get in a stood up by this year. Myself included. I just wanted to bring up the basis of Buddhism So we don't lose sight of it, because that not basis is going on twenty, four seven. No matter where the circumstances or good or not somebody. was saying to me. You know why why you doing these practices. The China appreciate these excetera. To appreciate peace but it goes a lot further than that The, Buddhists, basic teaching, which obviously Zen is an outgrowth. Auburn hasn't changed since the time of the day really hasn't changed for religion either. doesn't matter what religion you are. They're still. The fact of of suffering. As a Buddha. Apparently said the implication of suffering in Sanskrit Pali. Was this one here is stuck axel wheel? In other words. There's something not quite right you know, so go to look at look was actually going on. Internally, we also we do the eggs to fairly easily but it's important to see what's going on and to check. The at that. Suffering can be either accepted or even more importantly if it can be a mechanism to change, which is the the most important thing acceptance is one thing. A lot of people miss Categorized, but his same was just about acceptance of the way things are what no change to so without current situation you know with the Covid retreive mitigate, try and prevent the spread These we see we see what's actually going on. And we do it, we can. Then we obviously change with a new information's comes in information that we find we try and innovate wherever we can't and communicate in various ways. with the with the protests which? our right as citizens of the United States for those of you in Europe. maybe doesn't quite appealed to you at a p to you in the same way as well we go in through over here right now, but that that is right in constitutionists amendment. We have a right to protest we have. That we won't. BE targeted all have violence against us. is human beings. Being in this country. We have a right to protest. Those rights have been threatened right now. Sensible van that goes around so. police bed that in mind. This is a right in our constitutional constitutions threat. I don't take that lightly. And their amendments further on about black lives matter. Those should be respected. Those should be upheld and practised so that you ought my political stance on political in the sense that I feel evil. Guy Never goes, and there is a sense sense of sadness with with all of this. We have a constitution. The many of us we think will yeah. Now we did it. We did it, but asked to be hauled, appalled and practice. That's one of the hardest things. Of It. You know that practices twenty, four seven. We can enter into many different ways. So anyway going back to the second pot as a cause of suffering. You know there's a cause of suffering then this possibility of an end of suffering, and this is what we can do, but the important thing is to engage in that process the first thing. is to look at why that suffering is a rising. To put into into process those practices that really help us through this. Remember religions, which when I say religions a main. the original meaning that they think rely the would. Religion comes from which is religio which is bringing back. Thoughts are all over the place and then bring him back that energy, so he can really see and appreciate what we have. In the in Buddhism, we say that. Nirvana is some Sahra or This? Piece the we live is the will that is occurring twenty four seven. The reason that we don't see is the we think it should be away.
"nirvana" Discussed on Fallacious Trump
"Environmental Law and even taxation. Here is the problem with the proposition. That Boris Johnson is put into the British People. It is not brexit again. He's just doing is made his entire career based on which is sniping at the people that are in charge in order to just pulled down what they're saying he doesn't come up with anything. The is brexit. Or what is brexit nudge? Because and what happened was in the election. He saw that. Boris was likely to win or or actually that if he stood his. Mp's is Brexit Party MP's in the constituencies where Tories were contesting seats. Then he would be likely to split the right-wing vote to split the vote and therefore bring about the possibility of Boris not winning because the Brexit party was never going to win enough seats to govern and consequently breaks wouldn't wouldn't get done so he'd stood down these. Mp's Boris's Party one. He himself said he wouldn't run as an MP knowing that if Boris go in and breaks it did get done then he would lose his seat as an emmy pay member of the European Parliament which he has done since the thirty first January when Brexit got done. Whatever that means so. He's now in no position a toll to do anything about the things he says are the imperfections embarrasses Brexit. He's he's out of power. It doesn't stop him going on this morning and Fox News and declaiming the imperfections in Kasese now not part of the European Parliament. He's got no hands to bite. So he's having to Bite Boris's hand. Why is he advocating of Brexit? That doesn't include the whole bunch fallacies because he the whole thing. Is it saying it's not a deal it just gives us three more years negotiations? Well yeah that's just the deal. Yeah Yeah yes just withdraw as kind of the the Unical that they were offering so for people to vote for is this easy straightforward quick completely damaged free brexit and. That's what you want. And the possibility is something that exists and that they voted for that anything less is late. Well this isn't what we've waited till so yeah. There was a great Koi recently. I've read somebody having to queue up at the non E. U. Members esque Amsterdam airport and he was quoted as saying this isn't the Brexit. I voted for him and everybody on twitter just went. No this is exactly the brexit. You voted for. You're no member of the year you so you can't go through the you get the ad. I think the the Brexit is will continue. There will be a time when we can no longer or they can no longer legit. Not that they can do it legitimately anyway. No longer legitimately blame Europe for the problems have been 'cause we're no longer in Europe and they will have to start looking at the government in charge. Go the moment. Everything's down to Europe and the the rhetoric burrow says using as garage was using when he kind of says. I guess WHO's in Georgia? Mitchell bone a European. And they've got you know. Boris is talking about Brussels of exactly where they want us like. We're at war with these people. It's the same kind of trump negotiating style. Which is to cast the the guy the other going the deal as the enemy and then blame everything. That's how would these people in Church? Just what is it that you want to do? We want to find and we want to find him. And that's what we WANNA do. We want to get our seas promise. Green Day with loaded in memory of Andrew weatherall who produced that seminal work in one thousand nine hundred died today for free side from las sickened. Some love Sample primal scream heads. I should have done a Nevada this path. But that's the fallacy that Navonna he's grunge that's that's the fallacies that you complete. Navan grunge by oldest lined up to do that but then Andrew weatherall so do promise green so in the fallacy in the wild we. Let's talk about the finish of the Week non-political perspective which I am going to fail to immediately because first example is completely political and in the process. I'm going to. I'm going to basically shit on a podcast with at least one hundred times as many listeners. As and risk losing some this news slash patrons so the same. WanNa go ahead. Yeah yeah this is fine. This is a tweet from will manica. Who as the One of the main hosts of Chapo Trap House which is very popular very left wing podcast and he is he bernie supporter. He tweeted on February fifth. I won't vote for anyone. Bernie in the General Council. What hundreds of thousands of people who listen to my show will do but many speaking for myself just something to consider. So this is representative of a fanny kind of stereo typical. But any BRO. Who only wants Bernie Bernie or bus? They won't vote for anyone else. It's it was. It was an issue in two thousand sixteen because when body lost to Henry a lot of his supporters either vague no lot but a significant proportion of his supporters devoted trump who stayed home allowing trump essentially to henry and then it is any shoe coming up depending on. What with Benny in this election and the problem is this is absolutely a navona fallacy. In the sense that I need that candidate only the one that they think is the best will do. And and if he doesn't get the nomination than to hell with the whole thing throw it all out none of it matters which is it is a vote for trump and the thing is worse and best yet. There is absolutely no question the probably any any one of the other candidates the other. Democratic candidates is more aligned with Bernie supporters views than trump is and so it would inherently be a better option to just vote for whoever the candidate is whether you like them on not. It's a not about having perfect candidate. All of the candidates have flaws. All of them have issues and problems. You know this is with. Warren has the Native American scanlon. A lot of the candidates have issues on bullshit they they they are all flawed in some way or another but looking for a perfect one. And if you don't see a perfect one saying well I'm just not gonNa vote then is bullshit. Yeah so don't do that. It's not going to what it's not going to convince anybody. The other is the Democrat sending in Genoa. We will get forget what we've just done. Let's put Bernie up the just kind of. Yeah well that's the same thing happened in the UK. And I had it first hand because I went out on the campaign trail ahead of the election for the for the Labour Party. And on the doorstep people were saying well. I would vote Labour. If it wasn't for Jeremy Corbyn so not going to and I would bluntly would just say well then. Boris is GONNA get in. Yeah and they said well you know I will ecomog. It doesn't matter actually because now the government has no government's done also well if it doesn't matter of Corbin vote fear and actually you're not very corbin. You'll voting for your local Labor candidate. That's that's the thing you know all about that kind of thing that even grown people with whom I work was saying well that coal been just going well if you went to hospital as an emergency and they said you had to have life saving surgery but you didn't like the look of the sturgeon. Would you not do it? Possibly fallacious analogy parts. You know it was kind of that. Equating lifesaving surgery with the need for Socialist government and I'm not wrong and so just as weird thing for full. Grown adults lived through several elections. And we'd walk through ten years of the Tory government. It's really you just going to cause she just don't like do you like Boris. No okay well. Then vote for the people opposite them. Deign to get unstuck unseat. The Tory candidate in this constituency and thereby rob him oversee in parliament. But didn't so whether or not you're a fan of chapter fast whether or not you're a fan of Bernie or one or the other candidates and you'll thinking that this is this. Is My candidate that the only one who's going to be any good. I I you know I have problems with all the others campaign for your candidate in the primaries vote fuel candidate in the primaries be absolutely Pacific in supporting them and telling other people why they should vote for them and if they get to be the nominee great if they don't vote for your next best option the one that next aligns with who with your feelings and thoughts go on I side with basically going to be any any democrat. I don't they're all better than trump. Go ON ICE OBLIGATIONS. Zoo the question and I. I know that if you support Benny than someone like Elizabeth. Warren agrees with a lot of the stuff. You agree with because I went on. I side with an I filled in the question and I got ninety. One percent alignment with santus. Ninety percent along with Warren and eighteen percent alignment with trump. So either one of those two or any of the others is much better for the kinds of policies support than trump and. I'm sure you're saying I'm going to the site. Yeah who uses that bone support the the policies are the policies and they differ that the candidates differ yes yes they will have different views on private healthcare insurance in and whether you whether they should completely put everything onto Medica Ol- old guns or they have different problems. Historically with stuff and frisking. The cases monthly will other issues but look at which one is which one is most closely aligned. Well now actually don't look at which one is most closely aligned. Look at which whichever when you support and support them up to the point that no longer in the rice then whoever becomes nominee see if you'll use align more with as than trump and if they do vote for them because otherwise if you don't and opt out of voting then you're you're not putting up any opposition to the Republicans go trump a not every you certainly not the Democrats but not every politician is like trump insofar as trump as no party allegiance to the Republicans atole. He's just doing what he wants to do. I sp. there's nobody advice it. Well we know from reading the book. Lots of people to him and he doesn't take their advice. Ages just does what he wants to do. So I'll second example sorry for the rent in fallacy in the wild is from Penn and teller. Bullshit this particular episode ensues aband- Vaccines.
"nirvana" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Was taking key more trips to Croatia and got involved with helping Bosnian rape victims including organizing a benefit concert in spring of ninety three. Wow it was an issue that Kurt was especially a passionate about as well. He was very outspoken opponent of rape and toxic masculinity he even laid into bigoted Nirvana fans though that did nothing mm to deter people from buying their albums. Yeah I'm still going to be a bigot. But I'm also still totally going to buy insist decides. She's he's going to beat people up to two sliver. It's fine early. This isn't the want for June. It Dave mostly kept himself during time off writing his own music and contemplating his role in the band. David was really unsure of his place in her Vonda from the beginning and curt and Krist even if they weren't super close friends ends always had an unspeakable on that played out on stage. But Dave was just kind of there. He was just the drummer. He kind of almost looks the part of the kid brother. Who's going along with his two older brothers? Yeah he's just there is hey me too. And they're like yeah. Sherman will yell at us if we don't let the play in the band. He didn't contribute anything artistic to the ban in filled. That Nirvana was Kurt show. Even though he was writing music he didn't dare share it with the band. For fear fear it would hurt the dynamic. Yeah I mean at this point. Kurt had such a strong hold on the writing. I'm sure yeah and there is also that so doesn't take. He might look at that as a slight but he also didn't think anybody else's music was as good as his so that's true he just you still don't think it will fit into a repertoire. Oh my God he'd Ringo him he would ringo days. Oh that's very very nice Dave. We'll put this rights on the refrigerator. What the funny thing thing is Dave Grohl would go on to be quite successful just a little bit? I mean we still know who he is. A gas Who Dave who do deep growls? They've krause meanwhile. Kurt was sinking deeper into isolation while Kristen Kristen Dave could go. Unrecognized on the street. Kurt didn't have the same luxury. He was constantly hounded by people so he pretty much just stayed home and that kind of isolation Asian led to certain levels of paranoia depression and you guessed it drug use slot. No no way. The band went back into the studio in February. Worry Ninety three to record their next album in utero. They chose to work with Steve Albany a producer that was already popular amongst the Khotan quote. GRUNGE crowd AH HIS SIMPLISTIC LO FI. Approach to recording again. We covered this in an earlier episode. So I'm not going to go into crazy detail. Let's just say that. Tensions agents within the band boiled hot through the recording. Especially when Courtney arrived for a visit. She clearly didn't make a good impression on Steve Albany and a fight between between her and Dave started a long and intense rivalry for years to come legit decades guys cades. It's been a long time. Yeah despite the strain between Kirk Kristen Dave. The actual recording went surprisingly quick and smooth. Dave was even able to contribute more coming up with the main riff for the song sent sent lists apprentice and recording original song. Marigold that the band made the B side to heart shaped box single. That's right good free day. Yes really Nice Ace. They didn't put on the fridge. They put it right on the other side of US single. You get the other side. You get the Bayside in Utero was released on September Twenty First Nineteen ninety-three and debuted at number one in the US despite relatively little promotion from Geffen in comparison never mind it. Received mostly positive reviews. Noting it's more mature lyrics and authentic if varied sound by now. The band had basically glee split into two camps. Kristen Dave on one side and curtain Courtney on the other all of those aren't that's those are even camps. Yeah everyone was living in their own. Private lives and tension simmered between the bandmates. Div even quit the band at one point which is something that a lot of people don't realize during a flight from Seattle to La. Dave overheard a wasted Kirk complain. About how Shitty of a drummer he was. He was fucking pissed and told their a tour manager that he couldn't deal with bullshit anymore and he was quitting. Their tour manager managed to talk him down and Dave stayed in the band. Well yes like Dave grohl pretty agreeable. He's a Nice fucking guy and I'm sure he put up with a lot of shit already. Yeah but then to just hear curve like he focused it is Dave Grohl is not a shitty drum player. No He's actually a really good song writer and a multi instrumentalist. Yeah he's actually pretty good and it also he's not fucked up on heroin all the time and also later on Kerr told some publication or something like he gave today for coming up with the riff to San Luis apprentice but then continued on by saying that it was boneheaded lake. Hi To you and why the fuck did you use. And he's like I do a lot to actually make it usable but yet he came up with it like what the fuck just give them the fucking credit. It's just kind of unfortunate fortunate to hear about how much of an asshole that Kurt was. Yeah he just didn't want to give anybody the credit that they deserved right but at the same time he didn't. You want to be considered this musical genius. So what the fuck do you want right. And it's I'm sure he had all these people. Not Just Courtney I'm sure. He had several WPRO people whispering in his ear. How great he was better off on your own? Why are you still in a band? He might have probably been growing John Lennon complex blacks and everybody kept comparing him to John Lennon so yeah he probably had a John Lennon black prior to John Lennon Complex Real. Yeah if he lived lived he may have very well if either cheated. Or left Courtney Oh God willing and on that note we should take a commercial malloy over that one kid's we'll be right back and we're back welcome back to the shit show. It is a shit show and it gets to be even bigger shit show. What how can it get bigger? How can it get worse? uh-huh possibly get any worse. Let me tell you July. Some more trouble for the COBAIN's when Kurt was arrested at their home. Yeah I should remember this. A Seattle Times. Article reported that the couple had a bit of a domestic and we're physically fighting over handguns. Handguns in a are fifteen. These vein apparently really liked guns also. They were really into gun there. Into opioids God's perfect pairing great pairing. This oh boy. It really pairs are fifteen. According to Kurt. The newspaper was drastically wrong. They were actually just play fighting running around the house screaming and wrestling and someone called the cops hops on them honestly. I can see this happening because they did do that. Shit Oh 'cause they were fucked up all the time and they wrestled. That's what they did. I don't get it bizarre. Mating rituals however Baby now and maybe you should be on drugs. They also had a nanny so the the nanny take care of her. We'll Rascic to be that nanny. Yeah there is no amount of alcohol. Oh so there is a scene in montage of heck. That is a home movie of Kurt. And Courtney and their nanny trying to cut France's hair. Oh God Kurt is obviously fucked up. got like the facial sores that heroin heroin users get and all that shit and he's sitting in a chair holding Francis on his lap and nodding off slumping over. Why Oh Courtney me also fucked? Up is wielding a pair of scissors trying to cut Francis. His hair and the nanny is just kind of sitting there. Just letting it all happened and I'm like you're the sober my God. Maybe you should take the sharp scissors away from Courtney. Maybe maybe you should try. Try cutting France's his hair yourself. Maybe or are you seeing there trying to catch the baby. When Kurt inevitably falls off the chair imagined trying to take his court in his hand gets thank? You Get stabbed on it. said she goes shake you know but anyway the cops were arresting. Kurt Courtney admitted they had guns in the House and looking back on it. It's kind of a devastating piece of foreshadowing hauled up guns. Did they take the guns away. They did not take guns away because they had to arrest him because that is what the law dictated when the cops were called to a domestic disturbance worse so they had to take Kurt into custody or Kerr. Or Courtney Kerr elected to go. But because nobody brought any charges his against him they didn't take them away but known drug users. Yeah but to keep their guns. They hadn't in Ben Busted for gun for drug possession or anything so they had no priors. Kurt had no priors. So that's not on record you'd arguably a bigger reason for gun control than anything. Maybe you could stop a couple suicides. Maybe maybe it okay but this'll oh comeback leader. Oh yeah well turns out. The band went on their first tour in support of in euro on October nine in October ninety three earlier in the summer the band decided to add another guitarist to the mix. I think official word is that they wanted to beef up their live performances. But it could also also have been because Kirk couldn't handle singing and playing guitar at the same time. It wasn't the first time they've brought Jason ever men on when they were promoting emoting bleach because he couldn't sing and play guitar at the same time. I think I remember. I don't know if the clip but people were talking about there's clips of Kurt trying to sing and play at the same time. He just couldn't do it. Yeah it's not that easy and in utero has arguably more complicated songs on it. Definitely again Eh. Standby it best album. Yes one hundred percent. I agree someone out. There is like fuck you not. Everyone is already all ready up in arms over me saying Dave Grohl is a better musician than Kurt cobain. Right blame your brother. I understand shots fired at our to your friends at blame your brother podcast but they are not too. There are none too pleased. I know it's just a good old fashioned elbow in the side. It's it's I stand by it absolutely again. I think Kurt died too young to have a valid opinion. And but also like Dave wasn't fucked up on drugs all the time curtis his own device. We keep rolling circles here. I'm sorry Kirk couldn't even remember his his only Eric's because he was so fucked up if no not even when he was fucked up he like he just couldn't remember his lyrics. Well listen to to unplugged in New York over again. He fucks up the lyrics to so many of his own fucking songs and he was arguably sober back then or at least probably not high during that performance wants.
The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music
"A look into my eyes. You will see who are my name is Lucifer. Please take my hand. Those lyrics from a song called neighb- recorded by Black Sabbath in one thousand nine hundred seventy hi I'm FAO Hsun and today. We'll talk about satanism. In Popular American Music Wikipedia Satanism page states the following prior to the public practice satanism existed primarily as an accusation by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents rather than a self identity religious studies scholars say that the very definition initiative the term has a history of being designation made by people against those whom they dislike. It is a term used for uttering and in the Bible Satan and the word was used as an ordinary noun. Meaning the adversary the terms satanism and Satanist I appear in English and French during the sixteenth century and Satanism didn't become an official religion until nineteen sixty six when the Church of Satan was established by Anton Levay besides being being a philosopher and occultist Levy was a musician who played multiple instruments including the Oregon in addition to his infamous satanic mass album. Other other albums would be released by levay in the nineties. This leveraging of music by the very person who established the Church of Satan made historical sense in context particularly Italy regarding art and entertainment where the concept of Satan has long been used as a symbol of expression. Many classical compositions were said to be vehicle for the the devil particularly due to the use of a specific combination of notes. A unique cord within music itself that was associated with evil. Known as the Devil's record the notes when played together has many other names including Diablo's in New Jersey. GotTa Latin for Devil and music or the devil's interval. The Tri tone the tree and the Flathead v basically. It's a combination of notes that when played together in accord become the musical equivalent of the Hebrew. GBD'S ABC's the court can be found in compositions from Beethoven and Wagner and even jazz composition such as the girl from EPA Nima and the Song Maria from West aside story fender dot com actually gives budding guitarists a tutorial on how to create the devils cord and it serves as a great description of what it is so our read it quote in simple terms tripod or yod is a fifth played. One Fret down to play of latiff with a G.. Power Cord place so your first finger on the third fred of the low e string. That's the root note or the G.. Now put your third finger to frets up on the fifth fret of with the a string. That's the fifth in this case the D. to complete the power cord placed your fourth finger next to your third finger on the next ring over the the destroying. That's the octave of the root note. Another G. strummed together. These three strings create a pleasant sounding. Chord G. D. G.. But but if you take your second finger and played a frat down as a D. Flatt instead of a d. it creates a flat. V when played after the I G or plucked slowly in a g root note G Octave d flat flat v Progression. It creates a dissonant or ugly tone especially with distortion and that that is the devils cord in their infancy. The genres of Blues and Jazz were routinely referred to as the Devil's music partially due to the innate rebellion within the sound and the lyrics themselves but also partially due to an institutionally dehumanized regard of black musicians and black people. In general neural. The devils cord first appeared in rock music when Jimi Hendrix used it in the opening of his classic Song Purple Haze it would later become a staple in the repertoire are black Sabbath. Who are cited as one of the pioneering bands of the heavy metal genre and it would be heavy metal that took the devils cord and ran like a bat out of hell? Oh with it with numerous metal bands. Such as Metallica slipknot and slayer who even named their nineteen ninety eight album. Diab Bula Sin Musica but it was black black Sabbath perhaps more than any other modern band that may the devils core part of American mainstream music the band which like every rock band at at the time was originally rooted in Blues. They first called themselves the Polka Tall Blues Band and then later they call themselves earth it was the latter name Earth Earth that presented a challenge as it was being used by another English group at the same time they were also inspired by nine hundred sixty three horror film called black Sabbath. That started the legendary Boris Karloff. They saw that a local horror movie. Theatre had a line of people waiting to buy tickets and intrigued by the appeal of this type of content. They went ahead head and wrote a song also titled Black Sabbath. The lyrics were based on a horror story and a nightmare. One of the members of the band had these horror movie lyrics combined with the foreboding introduced by the devils core helped the band create an unprecedented experience in music. According to Wikipedia the new sound was a a quote stark contrast to the popular music of the late nineteen sixties which was dominated by a flower power folk music and Hippie culture and an attempt at creating the musical equivalent of horror films and quote the commercial success of this new sound came despite being initially critically panned hand along with marketing stunts such as releasing titles on Friday the thirteen and recording music in dungeons it was clear. The dark side and music was connecting connecting with audiences it would be black Sabbath commercial embrace of the devils cord along with horror and demonic symbolism and themes that influenced every metal act that followed and laid the groundwork for every sub genre from the blackest and truly demonic to grunge to popular bands such as Nirvana van Halen soundgarden and Marilyn Manson
"nirvana" Discussed on Human/Ordinary
"That was MC Kevin Saney. This was mixed last story for the current season off human ordinary. I mentally proud to have been able to present. Mix Work to you this this year. Make an hour attracted to similar stories but I think we have very different instincts when it comes to telling them and it's because of this that are really really really value makes existence. I think we need different views and approaches to challenge our own to help with questionnaire assumptions and end to give us another perspective. We might not have considered so thanks me. You can check out other stories from this year. They episodes twenty two who twenty six and thirty and also pomegranate health which is a podcast. He produces about the culture of medicine. Check it out wherever you get your podcast us. Human ordinary is produced in Melbourne and Sydney by Kevin Dean Cinnamon NEPAD May Jasper and me. Sam Louis special thanks to Klay. Hey Tony at planet broadcasting and Got Rousson and I cast. Artwork is by fergal quickly and the theme music by the CONTORTIONS. Handbook score a free t shirt. Bonus finest content and add free episodes by subscribing to human ordinary at possible dot com for more info on the show hits the website or find us on facebook and twitter. Anyway thanks for listening to this. PODCAST is part of the Planet Broadcasting Network Visit Planet Broadcasting Dot Com. Promo podcast from a great nights. I mean if you want it's up to you..
"nirvana" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"All accused signal and other words when you telephone and your telephone conversation is being recorded. It's the law that there should be a beep every seventy seconds and that beep cues you in mm-hmm to the fact that this conversation is recorded so at a very similar way in our everyday experience. There's a beep which tells us us. This is a continuous experience which is mine in the same way for example it is accused signal when composer arranger some music and he keeps in it Eric current theme but he makes many variations on it or more subtle still he keeps within Senate a consistent style so you know that it's Mozart all the way along because it sounds like Mozart but there isn't as it were a constant noise going all the way through to tell you it's continuous although in Hindu music nick they do have something called the drone there is behind all the drums and every kind of singing summing it goes is going on at it always sounds the note which is the tonic of the scale being used but in Hindu music that drone represents the tunnel self the Brahmin behind all the changing forms of nature but that's only a symbol and to find out what is eternal you can't make an image of it do can't hold onto it and so it's psychologically more conducive to liberation to remember that the thinker all the feeler or the experience her and the experiences are all together. They're they're all one but if out of anxiety you try to stabilize keep permanent the separate observer you are in for conflict of course the separate observe. The think of the thoughts is an abstraction which we create out of memory we think of the self the ego rather other as a repository of memories a kind of a safety deposit box all record off aw filing cabinet place where all our experiences are stored now. That's not a very good idea. It's more that memory is a dynamic system not a storage system. It's a repetition of rhythms and these rhythms are all part and parcel of the ongoing flow of present experience in other words first first of all. How do you distinguish between something no now and the memory actually you don't know anything anything at all until you remember it because if something happens that is purely instantaneous if a light flashes or to be more accurate. Britt if there is a flash lasting only one millionth of a second. You probably wouldn't really experience it because it wouldn't give you enough time to remember. We say in customary speech well. It has to make impression so in a way all present knowledge is memory because you look at something and and for a while the rods and cones in your retina respond to that and they go they do this stuff to Google so vibration and so as as you look at things they set up a series of echoes in Your Brain and these echoes coast keep reverberating because the brain is very complicated first of all everything you know is remembered but there is a way in which we distinguish between seeing somebody here now and the memory of having seen somebody else else who's not here now but whom you did see in the past and you know perfectly well when you remember that other person's face. It's not an experience of the person being here. Ah How is this because memory signals have a different Q. attached to them then present time uh-huh signals they come on a different kind of vibration sometimes however the wiring gets mixed up and present experiences come to us with a memory Q. attached to them and then we have what is called a deja Vu experience. We have quite sure we've experienced this thing before but the problem is that we don't see don't ordinarily recognize is that although memory is a series of signals with a special kind of q attached to them so that we don't confuse them with present hasn't experience they are actually all pop of the same thing as present experience they are all of this constantly flowing life process process and there is no separate witness standing aside from the process watching it go by. You're all involved in it now accepting that you see going with that although it. I it sounds like the knell of doom. Do is if you don't touch it anymore splendid. That's why said the death should be occasion. Asian for a great celebration that people should say happy death to you and always surround death with joyous rights because this is the opportunity for the greatest of all experiences when you can finally let go because you know there's nothing else to do. That was a kamikaze pilot who escaped because his his plane that he was flying at an American aircraft carrier went wrong and he landed in the water instead of hitting the plane so he survived but not said afterwards that he had the most extraordinary state of exultation. It wasn't a kind of patriotic ecstasy but the very thought in a moment he would cease to exist. He would just be gone for some mysterious reason that he couldn't understand made him feel absolutely absolutely like a God well then in Buddhist philosophy this assault of annihilation of oneself. This acceptance of change is the doctrine of the world as void this doctrine did not emerge very clearly very prominently in Buddhism until quite a while after Goto the Buddha had lived. We begin to find this though uh-huh becoming prominent about the year one hundred. BC and by two hundred eighty it it had reached its peak and it was developed by the Mahayana Buddhists and it is the doctrine of a whole class of literature which goes by this complex named Crock Pot Amita it now means was crossing over for going the armed there is a small pregnant pot. AMITA SUTRA A big power to Sutra and then there's a little short summary of the whole thing called the cree dia all Hot Sutra and that is recited by Buddhists all over northern Asia Tabet China and Japan and it contains the saying that which is void is precisely the world form that which is form as precisely the void formers emptiness infamous form on and undefended operates on this theme. It's very short but it's always chanted at important Buddhist ceremonies and so it is supposed by scholars of all kinds who have a missionary background that the Buddhists are nihilists that they teach that the world is really nothing that isn't anything and that there seems to be something is purely an illusion but of course this philosophy is much more subtle than that the main person who was responsible for developing and maturing this philosophy gossiping was Nagarjuna and he lived about two hundred eighty one of the most astonishing Donna Shing minds that the human race has ever produced on the name of Nagarjuna School of thought is my Jamaica which means really the doctrine of of the middle way but sometimes also called the doctrine of emptiness off from the basic word shouldn't yeah sometimes Shinya has ta had added on the end and that means nets emptiness well then emptiness means essentially transients. That's the first thing it means nothing to grass nothing permanent nothing to hold onto but it means means this with special reference to ideas off reality ideas of God ideas as of the self the Brahmin anything you like what it means is. That reality escapes all concepts. If you say there is a God that's a concept. If you say there is no God that's a concept and Nagarjuna is saying that always y'all concepts will prove to be attempts to catch water in a sieve or rapid up an apostle so he invented a method of teaching Buddhism which was an extension of the dialectic method that the Buddha himself I used and this became the great way of studying especially at the University of Nalanda which has been reestablished in modern times but of course it was destroyed by the Muslims when when they invaded India the University of Nalanda where the dialectic method of enlightenment was taught the dialectic methodist perfect just simple it can be done with a individual student and the teacher all with a group of students incentive teacher and you would be amazed how effective it is when it involves precious little more than discussion some of you no doubt have attended T. groups Blab labs in which people are there and they don't know quite why there have have the some sort of a so-called resource person to disturb them and after a while they get the most incredible emotions and and somebody tries to dominate the discussion of the groups say and then the group Kinda goes into the question of why he's trying to dominate it and so on and so forth well these were the original Blab labs and they have been repeated in modern times with the the most startling effects that is to say the teacher gradually elicits from his participant flippant students. What are their basic premises of knife. What is your metaphysics in the sense. I'm not using metaphysics in a kind of spiritual sense. But what are your basic assumptions. What real ideas do you operate honest honest. What is right and what is wrong? What is the good life and what is not. What arguments are you going to argue strongest. Where do you take your stabbed. The teacher soon finds this out for each individual concerned and then he demolishes it. He absolutely takes away that person's compass and so they stopped getting very frightened and say to the teacher all right. I see now of course I am. I can't depend on this but what should I depend and unfortunately the teacher doesn't offer any alternative suggestions but simply goes on to examine the question. Why do you think you have to have something to depend on now. This is kept up over quite a period and the only thing that keeps the students from going insane is the presence the teacher who seems to be perfectly happy but is not proposing any ideas is only demolishing so we get finally not quite finally to the void the should not and then when you get the void there is an enormous and unbelievable leave a sense of relief. That's Nirvana few as I gave her the proper English translation of Nevada great so they are liberated did and yet. They can't quite say why or what it is that they found out so they call it. The vied Nagarjuna went on to say you mustn't cling to the void you have to avoid the void and so the void of non void is the great state that were off Nagarjuna Buddhism but you must remember that all that has been voided all it has been denied those concepts in which one has has hitherto attempted to pin down what is real in Zen Buddhist texts. They say you cannot nail a peg against the sky and so to be man of the sky amount of the void is is also called a man not depending on anything and when you're not hung on anything you are the only thing that isn't hung on anything. Which is the universe which doesn't hang you see where would it hang? It has no Ooh no place to fall on even though it may be dropping there will never be the crash of it landing on concrete floor somewhere but the reason for that is that it won't crash below because it doesn't hang above and so there is a poem in Chinese which speaks of such a person as having above not a tile to cover the head below not an inch of ground on which just to stand and you see this which to people like us who are accustomed to rich imagery rays of the divine the loving father in heaven who has laid down the tunnel laws.
"nirvana" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"About that. It's trying to think about you. It's a great way to look at it. Because all the rocks. The died had been Janice. Joplin Jimi Hendrix is John Bonham's. It's like it. I like the music, but wasn't my generation in this happened. It was like the very first one. You're right. The first one to actually impact me to happen. You know, I'm I'm sixteen at the time something like that. And when you're when you're sixteen you know, they say the music that you're listening to in high school stuff as for the rest of your life. I mean for me that that's been so true. Nirvana nirvana what the band, I really like Pearl Jam wasn't a big fan. You don't have to wasn't a bit famous down. Dr beck. Nirvana was it for me. And you have to remember at the time. They were the biggest band in the world. They released technically they'd released three albums by that point. But two of them were on. There are the big label and had gone to number one. They had the number one album, and they were just coming off while they were they were on tour, but it had just been cancelled because of Perko Bain him get be getting back drugs getting back up heroin. But they were they were actively the biggest band in the world at the time at so for that to happen to him. I mean, everybody knew he was and it was just one of those things where like you all day, your heroes could be could have problems than could be dark. Yeah. Yeah. And then rock died after that. Then it sucked. I mean, it definitely it definitely would win in a different direction. They were they were abandoned really made it to number one band. They had songs about such Pete dark depression rate. Inks head just terrible subject didn't make it to number one. They they were popular. And there were certainly a lot of punk bands were popular by these bands. These kinds of bands didn't make it to the mainstream and make it to number one. Before nirvana. They were they were the biggest band do show back that they only had three album and then after he died, pork. The nirvana unplugged down came out with no this day whenever announcement top-five desert island album, nirvana unplugged, if not number one, it's definitely TV figured out of hand.
"nirvana" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I think they make CD's. Like with the charts are just the church all digital now. I think they do make CD's they might they don't make that many. I think they exist. I don't think they make zero CDs of popular album. I don't know. I I feel like that one of the big box retailers saying that they're doing away with the music department. Like once they like best buy that could be fake news that no. But that makes sense doesn't mean that they're zero CDs. Like, if a popular invitation swift album comes out, I think you could in theory by CD somewhere. I guess. Yeah. Did you have like a big CD collection? At one point. I had a very small to medium sized CD collection at one point. It was really like the main way to know someone's personality when we were in high school that was almost like you could do like a palm reading of like you'd go to somebody's house, and they'd have like the binder full of CDs. And you could just like go through like the delay. Okay. Oh, this is what they have in the front. This is what they have this. Okay. They have all of these CDs a year, you can really the best way to. No a person and everyone if you if you grew up at the same time like especially in the late nineties, which was peak CD everyone had like pretty much the same eight albums. But then it was sort of like the other stuff that would. Sort of discern like personnel. Like everybody had like a blood sugar sex magic by the red hot chili peppers, and like ten by Pearl Jam metallica's black. No, are you. Are you not on the same page? And you're like, I did not have never Nirvana's. Nevermind, everyone had that CD. Yeah. I think I probably did not have a ton of CDs intil later on into the nineties where I did not have a big music collection link wanted to to would you will blink wanting to two guys. Everyone twenty two CD. I never had a ton of the CDs. Also just the update of from February of this year. I see this is from billboard dot com. Best buy to pull CDs. Target threatens to pay labels for CD's only when customers buy them..
"nirvana" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"nirvana" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Okay then we go to side two back in the days when they're actually worse sides kids go check out your old albums and cassettes there was actually two sides and not just one long stream that you get for free you sons of bitches jarrett oriel pissing 's versus very eight okay so first of all territorial pisses with the intro of the out of tune come on he will rather which is awesome where are you going with this one rob i loved i remember an early live performance of nirvana tee spirit was all the rage and they instead played territorial pissing i remember seeing that as a kid in thinking okay i get these guys like all k the that's on purpose to because that's not nearly as catchy tune but i love that you know i love having the balls to do on croc did yeah you know and again great baseline that kind of drives the whole thing a little snare drum through the twenty second does the very dave grohl list girls insane you forget as well with obviously foo fighters so catchy and such a good songwriter and guitar player but he's mazing drummer man so much energy one of the most is so simple it's so simple that i don't play the drums well by play the drums so i would never think that simple like that's why it's genius it's kind of like an ac dc riff right you know and he's the most musical drummer i think i've ever heard where everything's like.
"nirvana" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Yeah i want it always yeah so thumbs up to christ nova solid if you're listening to this as i'm sure you aren't all right so next round of attack is lithium versus francis farmer will have her revenge and staff title was francis farmer but yeah what do you think has got to go with lithium and lithium is pretty sure that that was a single often out i mean it's you hear that song you think like you know right away you hear like the first thirty seconds on like nirvana you know the song you know most of the lyrics and francis farmer i'd just man that song this is very bad i don't think it ever heard that song jerry who do you think rob lithium yeah let me francis far is not a bad it's one of the better quote unquote stinkers on the record i mean lithium is just such a classic but i did a little bit of research francis farmer was a famous actress from seattle who was blackballed from the film industry after a series of mental collapses nfl battle with alcoholism and kurt related farmers battles against their contracts with corporate hollywood with his difficulty with his record label which he felt was holding back and stifling his art making release poppy stuff he was never satisfied with also he said that he really liked long song titles because the all the rage the time was the one word titles like watch and that sort of thing even flow for example so he wanted to put out francis farmer will have her revenge.
"nirvana" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I mean probably that was early two thousands or something on those lines three two dozen four what did you think of like the style of the band it even make sense or would i mean i really really dug them because i had listened to you know pearl jam and but i was a classic rock guy so nirvana was you know may billy joel bruce springsteen that's what i was raised on yeah so when i get nirvana and pearl jam and i started listening to those types of bands it was like a whole different type of music to me because it's classic rock is very different from alternative or grunge or whatever you want to say it is but when i started getting into nirvana and pearl jam and stuff like that the it was just the different change of music because like even in the late nineties i i started getting into like eminem and hip hop and stuff of that sort so i'd never really experienced alternative rock until like the early two thousands and i was kinda hooked right right from the gecko i was just listening to nothing but i'll turn around because you know we i'm i'm sure if you've been to seattle rob no heaven okay so you've been there you've been there many times the rest of there all the time the key arena and i used to actually live in vancouver which is just up the road from seattle and you can tell like you know what exactly is grunge asked billy corgan that wants he's like we never thought of it as drudge it was just basically trying to be black sabbath and i think you know with corrigan he wanted to be black sabbath with kobe he wanted to black sabbath combined with like the melvin so the buzzcocks or some kind of a pump babble you go to seattle is pretty depressing place it's always great today's grey outside it's cold it's wet that kind of bled into that sound for me you know you go up there and the great place as far as you know weatherwise always gloomy always like you look at like a lot of towns we go to a especially in the south when it's warm you open up the shades when you when you wake up in the morning and whatever hotel marriott whatever i'm mary guy.
"nirvana" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Right and i think nirvana would've agreed but like i remember you know being that was my prime teenage years from us in i remember seeing the video i think on head bangers ball there's something it must have been like around wit premier because no one herve nirvana and going around asking we're friends like have you heard of this band this track was really good in getting the album for two weeks to be a head of everyone seriously this album's really good you should check out the span and then all of a sudden it was younger not blows up right how did you for serve on a cast when i was very very young i guess just friends of mine would be playing their von end smells like teen spirit that was always like if you if you're trying to get a band together and grammar school like if you that was the first track everybody tried to play smells like teen spirit but i didn't really delve into never mind until my sophomore year high school had a buddy of mine that i used to hang out with his name is sean brady if he's out there listening shadow the sean brady he he played the album for me and i was like you gotta give me the cd so i borrowed the cd from him and i don't think i've ever given it back but when he gave me the cd i must have listened to that thing cover to cover four times a day i was like in love with that album never mind so i didn't really get into them that much till high school but when i was much younger yes mel's like teen spirit was like the song that everybody knew what's funny and you kind of mentioned it rod for me i was a big metal guy not a hair like i like poison bands at that but it wasn't about that for me it was about iron maiden and metallica ozzy an anthrax and those type of bands so when von came out it was kind of the end of that era of the classic time for those basma metallica survived and guns and roses but like iron main did not do good and hello helene did not you an ozzy scorpions and those statements i hated.
"nirvana" Discussed on X96
"The the usual gang of misfits in dope addicts are here you ever you ever see that not only guy live what nerve only guy they was three of them that moore lamour bomb a guy that day her cockbain you know why i thought it was just one god near varna with her gobay labor law they was three of them yet why now we'll take you are all along this on sir it won't on this on this day the 1991 nirvana released their second studio album never mind what what what was that was it oh never mind i see now i've seen under von a guy live in new york on stage mobile and it will really good and bad and the actually the reason we went to this concert some record promoters took us there oval that was that was the truth to new york also sought terrence trend darby he's the next big thing i know uh who else totally forgettable show but uh opening four nirvana was jesus wizard who and um they were we we go as well maybe even a little better at on that day vander volume which pretty as the great great evening carry before people yell at you live in utero was the second album never mind it's not with her does not what this little factsheets avenue well the fact that it was their salem was in utero but in boom was on nevermind i looked up the track list and inutero came after never mind but never mind was their first album he said sick now they had an album before them yeah that had this smile we face on early now the studio what's the blood center looms okay azerbaijan never is it never mind with the baby then he never minds of the bay of elizabeth naked babies women in the water mmhmm nuri all right and we need those on this day this is a thaw regime i know this is like military style i get it from the internet it's bound to be correct haitian on it so is the part of the.