35 Burst results for "PAN"
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Dr. G and Mr. Reagan Rewatch John Milius' "Conan the Barbarian"
"This is iconic as well. So this comes out when, you know, I am a teenager originally in 1982. And for me, it's kind of had a legendary place in the pan of plea of my childhood, my teen years, but as I watched it yesterday, I sat down and I watched it from beginning to end. It changed in quality for me, Chris. This wasn't a cheesy exploitation movie with ropey sets and bad writing. Dude, this is a really good movie. Yeah. Yeah, it's really an epic. Yeah. Truly epic. I mean, you follow the hero's journey from the moment that he's changed as a little boy when his family is slaughtered by his enemies to the point where he finally gets revenge as an adult. Watching that journey is truly cool. I mean, my ancestors are Barbarians, right? They're the German Barbarians. And he's not exactly that, right? He's not exactly a historical depiction of a Germanic barbarian. But I was thinking about that when I was watching this. And I think part of the reason why this film is so good because you did have cheaper quality films of this type at the time. I saw that the sword and sorcery genre. Exactly. They didn't do quite as well. Why did this break out? I mean, first of all, Schwarzenegger, of course, magnificent performance there. There were some other magnificent performances which we'll get to. But I think the attention to detail, right? And I think that comes down to John milius deciding, we are going to put this in a northern European setting, even though they shot it in Spain. But we're going to make this a northern European warrior, just like the books, just like the historical Barbarians. And he did seem to try at least to make some semblance of something that a historian would recognize as the life and times of a barbarian. And
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Bitcoin Was Born Out of a Banking Crisis
"Bitcoin as many have already said was born out of an earlier banking crisis. The blockchain's very first block contained a message about bailouts. It was designed to disintermediate third parties from Internet money by making people responsible for their own keys in contrast to the highly intertwined private banking sector and public sector. President Joe Biden has said U.S. taxpayers will not foot the bill for the bailout and that unlike in 2008, the architects of this financial crash will not benefit. There are enough responsible actors here to play the blame game, but if you're like Tatiana, the issue is the system itself. Senior management of Silicon Valley bank sold millions of dollars worth of shares in the lead up to the crash. This is seemingly the only risk management they performed. In 2015, SVB chief executive Greg Becker said institutions like SVB did not present systemic risks while testifying before Congress over plans to deregulate banking that were implemented in 2018. SVB essentially took a bet that interest rates would stay near zero forever. Over the past couple of years, it took deposits from a tech industry that was booming in part due to historically low rates that made venture capital financing worth the risk for many investors. In an effort to juice as much yield as possible from those deposits, SVB put a majority of its money into long-term fixed rate interest investments. The Federal Reserve essentially created the foundation for a tech hype cycle through financial engineering to stimulate the economy, and then through the frying pan into ice water when things got too hot. The recent interest rate rises were not necessarily unpredictable, but the fed's inconsistent messaging, saying rate hikes were unthinkable until they weren't, did not help the situation.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Airlines Are an Exception to a Puritanical Free Market Principle...
"Airlines are an exception to a puritanical free market principle that deregulation always will lead to something better. Now, it's interesting because Ted Kennedy in the 70s or 80s was actually one of the big advocates for airline deregulation and we were told that that would actually lower costs and improve the quality of flying and that's not true. What do you mean, it didn't actually end up happening. You asked anybody over the age of 50 in America. Anybody over the age of 50 in America asked them was flying better in the 1980s or is it better today? And they will all say, oh, it was way better in the 1980s. Way better. Pan Am, they give you full meals. Everybody dressed wonderfully. Everybody respected it, you know, respected flying. Now airline regulation deregulation did make things way cheaper, but is that really still technically true? Have you seen what a round trip ticket from Los Angeles, the Chicago is it's a $1000 minimum on certain weekends.
The Officer Tatum Show
The Super Bowl With Two Black Starting Quarterbacks Went Viral
"So sunny hostin decided to make a commentary about the black quarterbacks in the Super Bowl. Mind you one of them is biracial. That means one of his parents is white and the other one is black, which is Patrick Mahomes. And then Jalen hurts his period of both his parents are black, they light skinned and so you know they mixed with something. But anyway, Jalen hurts being black, she gets on, and I'm paraphrasing that she made the statement to say that now we know that black people can run a team and there can be black quarterbacks. Well, first of all, that's why women y'all need to stick to y'all sports and leave our sports out of it. Especially if you ain't never watched football before, you know what you're talking about, you're just going on a rant about the Super Bowl the first one you've ever watched in your life. Black quarterbacks have been a thing for a very long time. Some of the greatest quarterbacks in history of the NFL were black quarterbacks. Somehow she forget about and I'm just going to say a brief number of them. Each of you get about one moon, way back in the day. Quincy Carter played for the cowboys. I mean, he was he great. He was a star quarterback on the cowboys. Dak Prescott. I mean, is he not black? I guess you don't count because he ain't in the Super Bowl. But then you go through Donovan McNabb, Steve, mcnair, Steve mcnair, you can go through college football and then go to the NFL. And they may not have panned out, but Vince Young was one of the best quarterbacks who ever played in college football in my opinion. He was one of the best quarterbacks to ever play. He got into the NFL may rookie of the year and then he didn't play after that because of his personal decision making. We can go down the list. Who you got, Nick. I mean, I think I got a few of them. Oh, you took my now. Lamar Jackson, which is the most dynamic quarterback in the NFL. And then you have Michael Vick way back in the day. Michael Vick came out. First round draft pick. Gun in it. Michael Vick was a tremendously great quarterback. I mean, I can go down a list of how many dynamic quarterbacks. In the funny thing is, is that they like to make a spectacle and try to point out everything they can to make us divided. And I talk about the black national anthem here in a second, but they try to make us divided.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
A Deliberate Act of Moral Provocation at the Grammys
"Thought it'd be fun to get Debbie on here to talk with me about Madonna and about the Grammys and the so called Satan performance that they did. By the way, interesting about that is I saw an article that said that the choreographers, the Sam Smith fellow, knew exactly what he was doing. He was trying to create a massive incident. He said before the Grammys wait till the right wingers see what I have in mind for them. They're going to go nuts, they're going to go crazy. They won't be. They won't be able to contain themselves. So this was a, this was not something where they put on an interesting performance and then conservatives kind of just took it the wrong way. They did this as a sort of deliberate act of moral provocation. In fact, the support Sarah Sanders, when she goes, this is a left wing culture war that we would rather not fight, but were forced into it, were dragged into it because they want us to worship at their false idols. So worship not only at sexual perversion, all kinds of other perversion, but also evidently worship at the shrine of Satan himself. Like pan, right? Explain what you mean by pants. Right, so pan, that was one of the gods that was back in Jesus time. And they had this place in caesarea philippi. Is it accessory philippi? Says are philippi, where they basically the, you know, the non believers. I guess they were non Jews. Non Jews and non Christian believers or they didn't believe in Christ or they didn't think Christ was the messiah. Anyway, these people worshiped gods different gods and pan was one of the gods, but they also sacrificed their children, people, animals, and so it was really creepy. When we went to it and it just gave me an uneasiness. Well, watching just the clip of the Grammys was kind of gave me the same uneasiness.
AP News Radio
Australia's new $5 note won't feature King Charles - CNN
"Australia's facing the British monarchy out of its currency. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. Australia's Central Bank says King Charles the third will not be on the new $5 bill. Instead, a new indigenous design will replace the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the reserve bank says to move honors the culture and history of the first Australians. The $5 bill was Australia's only remaining banknote to still feature an image of the monarch. However, King Charles is still expected to appear on coins. Opposition leader Peter dutton panned the move likening
The Eric Metaxas Show
A Powerful Story of Sexual Brokenness With Ken Fish
"Talking about praying for people who have what we're calling sexual brokenness and whatever. So give us a story if you can, doesn't need to be anything recent because you've done this for so many years. Yeah, one of the most powerful stories that I've seen in this area of heterosexual brokenness is a couple that came to me in another country. He was the head of IT for a major international bank. So he's in the C suite. And he had been raised in a family where his father was he had a fly in fly out kind of a job working in the mines. And when he was when he was home with his mother, his mother would make a list of his wrongdoings, this guy who would become the executive. And she would tell him when your father gets home, you're really going to get a weapon. And his father would come home and of course many will be shocked to hear this, but this is the way it is in some parts of the world, not that it should be this way. I'm just dealing in what is. So his father would come home from the mines and would take a frying pan and would beat him with the frying pan for the misdeeds that were on the list, mom had made. And as he was doing it, he would say to him, you're lucky when my grandmother used to do this to me, she would heat the frying pan to red hot. So, you know, he was getting the lighter treatment. And he was often so bruised and bloodied from this that he would have to miss several days of school and he would be unable to sit down. Well, roll the clock forward, he's married now. He's this senior executive in a major international bank. And he and his wife have been in a marriage for 20 years. And it was a little bit of an awkward start to the conversation. But they were unable to have intimacy in their marriage without him being tied up and beaten by his wife.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Riding With Biden
"With Biden took a turn for the worse over the last couple of weeks. It was his discovered that President Biden has a documents problem just like president Trump. Classified documents all over the place at his University of Pennsylvania office in Washington, D.C., which colocated with Chinese money, Penn's got its own problem with Chinese money and I'm getting briefed on that by some pan alumni where you go along, but Joe Biden's got a big problem there. Then in his garage and then in his home and they keep finding more documents and riding with Biden is turning into a scandal. James comer and Jim Jordan are both going to be looking into this. Let's go and listen to what James comer had to say yesterday cut number 5. My concern is that the special counsel was called for, but yet hours after that, we still had the president's personal attorneys who have no security clearance, still rummaging around the president's residence, looking for things. I mean, that would essentially be a crime scene, so to speak after the appointment of a special counsel. So, you know, we have a lot of questions for the national archives. We have a lot of questions for the Department of Justice and hopefully we'll be getting some answers very soon.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Expert Chef Andrew Gruel Talks the Left's New Attack on Gas Stoves
"All right, let's go through the list of all the things that the left thinks is toxic. They think masculinity is toxic. They think marriage is toxic, they think Christianity is toxic. And now they have a new one. Oh yeah, they think owning guns is toxic, borders or toxic. They think children being children are toxic, but they got a new one. According to the freak Scott Weiner from California who we have gone into great detail, who he is. He says conservatives are trying to make protecting gas stoves, which are toxic. A culture war issue. Well, look, I don't cook very much, not one of my gift things is to cook. I'm actually awful at it. And but I know from very limited experience that electric stones versus a gas powered stove. It's not even a question. And joining us now is chef Andrew gruel, who is an anti lockdown chef from California, somewhat of a legend, Andrew, welcome to the program. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. All right, Andrew, you are a world class chef, very well respected. I am a layman with these things. The extent of my cooking is something similar to a pyrotechnic experiment, and it doesn't always go well. What is the technical difference between a gas stove and electric stroke? Let's just start there. Why should gas stoves be continued in the culinary tradition of the west? At the very base of this, when I cook with electric, the likelihood I'm going to burn my food is probably a 1000% higher because it takes so long to get the pan up to temperature, but then it also takes so long to get it down that when I do get it up, it keeps getting hotter and hotter and hotter because you can not manipulate heat. I can't just turn it on or off, right? I turn the gas off, it's off. Electric, it's this long slow gradual incline and decline. So you're going to burn your food, which actually burnt food, they say, has carcinogens in it, which could lead to cancer. So they're encouraging you to die.
ESG Bonds on Euronext Hit AllTime 1trn in 2022
"5 p.m. Friday December 30th, 2022. ESG bonds on euronext hit all time 1 trillion in 2022. LTP class guide MSO normal text to justify what the value of money raised from the issuance of environment, social and governance ESG factors based bonds in Euron X markets hit an all time high of 1 trillion in 2022 with over 310 new ESG bonds listed in the outgoing year. Overall, the pan European exchange recorded over 7800 new bond listings on its markets in 2022 LTP GTL TP class quad MSO normal text link just to watch your own next in dares cops euronext dot com and about meteor own express releaser on X conference its position lead in jeopardy listing venue aquatic statement tagged, released on Thursday, further noted, that it saw 83 new equity listings in its markets in the year. These listings accounted for a capital raise of 3.8 billion in aggregated market capitalization of 23 billion at listing. LTP GTL TP class would MSO normal text link just to watch your own next tech equities in 2022 LTP GTL TP class quad MSO normal quad according to a company statement, half of the new equity listings it registered this year were on behalf of technology companies. This is even as the market infrastructure provider launched the Euro next tech leaders segment in June. LTP GT LTP class would MSO normal coat the segment, which the company said caters to high growth and leading tech firms attracted four new issuers, bringing the total number of issuers in that category to over 110. These issuers who are active in both private and public coifs dot finance magnates dot com to equity quat target clockwise will quote follow caught equity markets attacked, boast of an aggregated market cap of 0.8 trillion as of December 29th, 2022. The pan European exchange said LTP GTL tp GT check out this recent finance magnates London summit 2022 session on what is shaping retail and institutional trading dot LTP GTL TP class guide MSO normal text link just to watch your own next Europe's premiere equity venule. Class Guatemala so normal coat in the statement, the company said it confirmed its position as the leading equity listing venue in Europe and global debt listing venue in 2022 dot LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal quadrant next remains the European equity listing venue of reference. Being home to nearly 400 large capitalization issuers and 1500 SME issuers and continues to attract leading companies across all industries and geographies in 2022. The exchange said LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal quad according to. Euro next, large cap firms continued their patronage of the wide range of listing options available on its markets. While some chose the traditional initial public offering route, others became listed by becoming independent of their parent companies. Yet, others opted for special purpose acquisition company deals, euronext added LTP GTL TP class guitar normal text link just to watch in the first category. For instance, VR energy, which zero next described as the most valuable oil exploration production company to conduct an IPO globally in the past ten years, raised 7 74 M and its market cap stood at 6.9 billion at listing LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon Oladipo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
FTX Liquid to Return JapanBased Users Funds in February
"11 a.m. Friday, December 30th, 2022 FTX liquid to return to pan based users funds in February. Liquid, a Japanese subsidiary of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX, plans to open up withdrawals for users in the country early next year. In a December 29th, blog post, FTX liquid. The post FTX liquid to return Japan based users funds in February appeared first on unchained podcast
AP News Radio
Libya PM admits role in extraditing Lockerbie suspect
"One of Libya's rival prime ministers sets his government was involved in the extradition to the U.S. of a former Libyan intelligence officer, accused of making the bomb the downed Pan Am flight one O three over Lockerbie in Scotland. In a televised broadcast, Libyan prime minister Hamid de Baba said a massive gear R marim is extradition was lawful and his government was simply cooperating with an international judicial framework. As the bookmaker, for the Lockerbie attack, the killed 270 people and said the Libya had to wipe the mark of terrorism from the Libyan people's forehead. He provided no hard evidence for any of his allegations and did not elaborate on the government's role in Massoud's handover. I'm Charles De Ledesma
AP News Radio
Libyan accused in Lockerbie bombing now in American custody
"A Libyan intelligence official accused of making the bomb that brought down Pan Am flight one O three over Lockerbie Scotland in 1988 is in U.S. custody and will face federal charges in Washington the Justice Department said on Sunday. The Pan Am bombing killed 270 people, including a 190 Americans, among them Stephanie Bernstein's husband. I was really skeptical. That we would ever see the state come. The arrest of Abu aguilla Muhammad Massoud is a milestone in the decades old investigation. He was charged two years ago, while in Libyan custody. Our government, the Department of Justice has always said to us, we are committed to following the evidence wherever it leads. And I think what today shows is that that was not an empty promise. Justice Department filings, show Massoud confessed to taking part in the attack for the late Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi. He's the third Libyan intelligence official charged in the U.S., but would be the first to appear in an American courtroom for prosecution. I'm Julie Walker.
The Officer Tatum Show
Media Crushes Jerry Jones Over 1957 Photo
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the occupation show. Hey, I want to jump back into the conversation I was having about LeBron James and I want you to get the chance to hear Stephen a smith's take on Cherry Jones. Being pictured in a picture of something 68 years ago. Wrote a clip of Stephen a Smith. On my podcast, no mercy. Because you got people that wanted to come at me in the wrong way. I stand by what I said. In regards to a 14 year old in a still photo. And that's what you want to use to jump on them. You just highlight it. There's plenty of other things to jump when Jerry Jones about. You ain't never hired black coach. You didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick and his rights as an American citizen to do what he did. You didn't speak out initially. You were actually hiding when it came to social justice issues, Jerry Jones. Jerry Jones would tell you I told him that. Where you at? I'll give a damn what you say. Say something. You gotta speak up. You can't be quiet. But that's entirely different. They use in the still photo of a 14 year old standing in a crowd in 1957, pre civil rights, pre voting rights because clearly the climate of those times were what it was. Do we need to regurgitate what the hell was going on in the gym crow south? We all know that story. Lynchings murders, rapes mayhem all types of stuff. All types of insidious despicable things that was done and inflicted upon the black race. We understand what the hell was going on down there. So if you're Jerry Jones and you're standing in the crowd, I'm looking at how you're acting more than I'm looking at what the environment is. I would love to let him finish, but I just need to talk about what he said. He didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick, but he panned dak Prescott a very handsome. I'm out of money. So it make this make sense. He don't care about black people, but his quarterback is probably one of the highest paid quarterbacks in the NFL. Oh, but he didn't stand up for Colin. 'cause Colin Kaepernick is an idiot. That's why he didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick. But he's standing up for that Prescott.
The Trish Regan Show
The Numbers Don't Look Good...
"Let's turn to the overall economy right now because as we get more and more earnings in, I don't think it's looking so hot. I mean, I've been watching this market and you know I've been watching it with a ton of skepticism because since October, we've been watching it just go up up and away. I think up about 13% on the S&P 500. But what happens once the panacea that investors are planning for doesn't actually pan out. Then what do we do? And I don't know if it's going to pan out. I just want to point out, we're looking at basically the slowest earnings growth for the third quarter sends 2020. I mean, in 2020, it was really, really bad. Corporate earnings are just not coming in. And we've got, well, nearly 95% of companies reporting already. And so I would just say, if it's that bad in the third, what happens in the fourth, when you get those numbers in? What are people really going to say? I do know this week are going to be watching a few biggies. We get Dollar General coming out with get Salesforce. We've got Kroger, the grocery store. And what we're looking for here is whether or not we're starting to see much in the way of pullback on behalf of consumers. One of the good things about companies like Dollar General is that sometimes you see a trade down effect when things get kind of tough. People start trading down to the walmarts to the dollar generals, so we'll be watching all of this to see what the consumer trends really are. I would just say a lot of companies having reported and this is all according to facts at which trax and for the third quarter we really are looking at a pretty miserable showing. So unless things somehow turn around, big time in the final three months of the year and we'll get those reports of course in 2023. I would think that a slowdown in consumer spending coupled with a Federal Reserve that even if they're not doing 75 basis points is still trying to come through with 50 basis points each time I would think that you are going to start to see some softening. I would point out that the stocks are trading right now around 17 times earnings. It's a little bit higher than their historical ten year average. Not as crazy as it was. I mean, I think we're up around 21, 22 times earnings before. So we're back in a more normal range, but still in a very bullish optimistic range. And
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Chump Change: A Little Know Rags to Riches Movie That's Worth a Watch
"Chump change, not that I'm promoting a movie, I was in. It's in one of those movies you can't find too readily somewhere, you probably have to order it. I'm not telling you to order it, but it is a funny, it's a red to rich's comedy. Based on the director and star and writer, Steve burrows, who it's his actual experiences while writing the screenplay in Los Angeles, and he decides the only way to come back as an actor is to fake his own death, then make a glorious return. But before that idea pans out, this happened in real life. He goes on wheel of fortune, the game show. And wrote about it. He wrote a screenplay by being on wheel of fortune. And then Merv Griffin heard about the screenplay, which was making the rounds and merv of course on world of fortune. He was like, you can't write about wheel of fortune. I'm suing you. Or a cease and desist. And that got big play around Hollywood circles. Merv Griffin's suing screenwriter for using wheel of fortune story. And because of the heat on that, people then want it to hire Steve burrows to write a script. It's so sick this town. And because Hollywood is Hollywood, Steve burrows became a hot ticket as an up and coming screenwriter. A studio hired him to write a script about what happened. He writes the script and he's championed by myself and Fred Willard as his agent and manager. Or manager and agent respectfully. And we give him incessant notes on how to write it better, like as if we know, and Steve burrows let us improvise a bit his writing was great, but he let us go off of page a little bit and allow me to say some crazy shit. He's a try, try, let's see if it works. And at one point in one of my scenes, I gave him notes on his latest script revision, and I said something dumb like, I don't know, it feels like there's too much typing in this spot. Real stupid shit. But he loved it. After all the notes he got, he couldn't sell the script, you know what he does. He goes back to the original script that nobody wanted, the first script, the studio saw, and then they go, now you got it. This is exactly the way the script's supposed to be. This is like Hollywood is. It's insane. Okay? This is what happens. So it's a true story, by the way, this really happened to him. And it really gives you an insider's perspective of stardom and show business. Struggling actor leaves Hollywood and returns to his hometown in Wisconsin where he meets a girl, Tracy lords, and he regales it with his tales of his shell business, highs and lows, and boy, do I know that well?
INGAA's Amy Andryszak Pens Letter to Biden Administration
"So this letter from the interstate natural gas association president and CEO Amy andraz Zak To President Biden just last week should concern everybody Here's some excerpts Please this is important I am writing to further underscore the concerns about the New England region's growing uneasiness about electric reliability and corresponding price bikes during cold winter months Now these people are involved in providing the energy and representing the people who do and they are jumping up and down they are banging the pots and pans they have been doing it month after month after month And nobody is listening to them Instead we have Congress today in the Senate voting to codify same sex marriage Like that's an issue And 12 Republicans in the Senate That's their priority If you want to get married in this country and you're gay go for it It's the law of the land because the Supreme Court said so What's this codification stuff It's a vote For political purposes She writes I encourage your administration that's Biden to pursue a long-term solution that addresses the root cause The region's long-standing electric reliability problems a lack of adequate natural gas infrastructure Rather than focus on the short term emergency solutions there were neither intended nor designed to address systemic issues like those that are present in New England
The Dan Bongino Show
Amber Athey: Debate Is Welcomed if DeSantis Runs for President
"Know I'm getting some commentary from listeners They say well a desantis Trump primary is going to be really destructive It's going to destroy the Republican Party you know it's very apocalyptic to talk It's very like book of Eli so I don't buy it amber I just don't see any evidence of that I mean the Obama Hillary thing was a disaster for both of them went on forever and it made Obama sharper and made him build out his donor list and be more aggressive And he won I mean Trump fought off what 16 competitors who even knows in 2016 he went on to win you had a brutal bush McCain primary bush won I mean I just don't see any evidence that primaries are inherently destructive to a future campaign after you win No I don't see that either and frankly I would kind of welcome the debate if desantis does end up running I don't think that the assumption should be that it's going to be Trump I think he has a lot of things going for him I feel very conflicted about the issue frankly His endorsements in the toss up races in the midterms didn't pan out very well I didn't think it was necessary for him to attack two of the party's most popular governors heading into the race but he's also the father of the GOP realignment and how to really good presidency So I think there's some things going forward against him and the party should absolutely be having that debate I think my biggest issue right now is that the fact that he announced last night has over shadowed a lot of the other conversations about who else needs to be held accountable in the GOP for the lackluster performance last Tuesday and it's allowing a lot of these really bad actors to escape accountability for their own actions or inactions and helping the party win
"pan" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"About an hour into the flight around 7 p.m., the plane was reaching Scotland's southern border. Per their protocol, pilot mcquarrie called into air traffic control to let them know he was crossing into Scottish airspace. Air traffic controller, Alan top, received the message and gave mcquarrie the signal to go ahead. 7 minutes later, Macquarie radio top again. This time, he asked for approval to begin the transatlantic portion of the flight. Top cleared the plane and waited for mcquarrie to confirm he'd received the message. Only the line was eerily silent. He tried the Pan Am flight once again to no avail. Then, he looked down at the radar to check on the craft and his face turned white with horror. The small blip that represented Pan Am one O three had broken into 5 pieces. The fragments slowly drifted away from each other, then flickered and disappeared entirely. Top knew in his gut, something terrible had happened. Meanwhile, in southern Scotland, Lockerbie police officer Michael Gordon was on the phone with a friend. Above him, he heard what sounded like a booming crack of thunder. Immediately after, his entire house began to shake. Gordon rushed to the window, his home was on a hilltop, and he could see all of Lockerbie. He watched as a cluster of dark objects plummeted towards the town, he called home. Then, what looked like a raging fireball emerged from the clouds. It was headed right for locker bees, town center. Gordon looked on in terror. He tried phoning the police station, but the lines were dead. Gordon took it upon himself and rushed out of the house to help. The closer he got to town, the worse it seemed to get. The explosion had destroyed several houses and blown the roofs off of others. Scorched metal rain from above, smashing into windows and starting fires wherever it landed. Gordon ran through the destruction, doing his best to Dodge the flames, that's when he saw a small.
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"pan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"But let me go back more directly to your question. Absolutely, you have hit the nail on the head that at the heart of pan africanism is for many folks. It's an idea and merely an idea that has to do with identity and culture. For some of the rest of us, it's also a movement. So again, I'm gonna sound like France fend on in the wretched of the earth, but talks about how do we translate our ideas into action. Pan africanism for me is both an idea and also a movement. When we say a movement, we need to understand that successive generations continue movement right now in the United States, the modern face of the civil rights movement of the black power movement, we call it Black Lives Matter. What we have done again, I'm a member of the hip hop generation if you haven't figured it out. What we have done is remixed our parents and grandparents, black protest movements and made it speak to the special times of the 21st century. So if you were to ask me Andrew about the modern face, at least the modern movement, when we move pan africanism beyond an idea, what are the modern faces of it's called the Black Lives Matter movement? It's global now. It's called the Black Lives Matter global network. It's all over. In Africa, in Asia, and Latin America, right there where you're at in Europe, come on, man. I mean, this is a global thing. So people need to understand the origins and the evolution of pan africanism. Listen, Andrew, what if I'm telling you that what do boys and them call pan africanism today we're often calling black internationalism. Black transnationalism. Again, all bunch of academic buzzwords, but if you really study it, you'd be like, wow, the core principles are almost identical. So they just have a new name for something that garvey in them was doing a long time ago..
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"pan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Before we had pan africanism, it started out and they were calling it, pan Negro is basically essentially understanding the uniqueness of the African experience as we get ready to go into the 20th century. So a late 19th century concept starts in the African Diaspora, and then this idea moves to the continent, particularly with Marcus garvey's back to Africa movement. So he's gonna really sort of popularize this concept this back to Africa movement. So do you think the idea of pan africanism either does now or has always meant something different outside Africa than it does inside Africa? Well, you are gonna get us in so much trouble. This is a very provocative and controversial question because here's one of the ironies and I just want to be as intellectually honest as I possibly can be. This has been a raging discussion that has haunted the entire history of pan africanism because again it's when a lot of the continental African students went to university. A lot of times they would have to go right back to the colonial empire that was colonizing them. So this is Leopold's core goes to the sorbonne, call me and kruma, as you know, goes to London and then comes here to the United States of America. So the idea, they sort of realize, wow, the African Diaspora is valuing the entirety of the continent where a lot of continental Africans were thinking at that time, mostly about their specific country. You see, I can't point to a specific country where I come from. So Dubois and them claimed the entire continent and that idea is novel is new and it can also be used as a political and a cultural tool to help to bring about what we're calling right now, the African renaissance. Is it also fair to assume that there are a great many different versions of pan africanism because it seems unlikely that to site a number of random examples, highly Selassie Jean Jacques Julius narei and Moammar Gaddafi all had exactly the same idea of it. Oh, there are as many versions of pan africanism as there are jazz music or rock or reggae. So there's lots of different strains of it. I teach it to my students like this. Pan africanism. It's like the root. The trunk of a tree, the roots, and the fruits of it are gonna be very, very different, depending on whether you're in Haiti, depending on whether you're in Grenada with somebody like Maurice bishop, depending on whether you're in Guinea with somebody like Sekou Toure, depending on whether you're in Harlem. If you're somebody like WEB, do boys. And then let us bring up all of the pan African feminist. And pan African womanism the fact that again, we have some serious critiques of patriarchy. We have some serious critiques of misogyny going on. And so what I tried to do in my work is to bring an intersectional interpretation to pan africanism saying that no one black person has a monopoly on blackness. This is what the negritude movement meant by African ate. The unique humanity, identity and personality of African people, that means that no one group has a monopoly, not anybody on the continent, and not one group in the Diaspora either only collectively only together can we sort of articulate 21st century versions of what it means to be African in this world. But has pan africanism do you think has it essentially been largely an idea of an identity or has there been a political imperative guiding it towards for example an actual.
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"pan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Was an adherent of the movement and or philosophy known as plan africanism. An idea which has meant different things in different times and different places. To look at what pan africanism means now I'm joined finally by professor rayland rabak, director of the center for African and African American studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. Rayland is also the editor of the Rutledge handbook of pan africanism. Well, first of all, let's start with that term. How would we or I guess how could we define pan africanism now? Pan africanism now means the decolonization, the unification and the liberation of Africa. When we say Africa, we go back to Wally shorey incus conception of Africa where he says that Africa no longer stops where saltwater licks its shores. Africa is wherever African people are. So again, Africa, we have to include the African Diaspora. That means those of us who are living outside of the African continent now because of the enslavement of African people because of colonization. So there are a range of factors that play into why we are conceiving of Africa is something global as opposed to purely continental. Those 55 countries, if you will. That aspect you mention of decolonization is that a new addition or inclusion to the idea of pan africanism has that always been there at least in the modern postcolonial period. Absolutely. So decolonization is something that really gains a lot of traction coming out of WEB Dubois work at the Manchester conference in 1945, certainly picks up even more traction once you get to the negritude movement. People like amisa, Leopold's in core, Leon Dumas and Caesar has a book called discourse on colonialism. And in that book, he talks about this boomerang effect that some of the racism, the colonialism, this taking capitalism global, those things actually come back to folks that sort of put them out there. It's almost like a karma kind of concept of colonialism, and it's very, very interesting because decolonization says that we actually have to call into question the entire colonial empire and structure before we can ever really unite and liberate African people. I want to come back to that idea of unity, but first of all to go back to the origins of pan africanism. Is there something that you would think of as a recognized founding text or founder of the idea? A lot of people are going to go to the conference on Africa at the end of the 19th century if I'm correct about 1893 or so this happened again outside of Africa. So I want to be very clear. The concept of pan africanism starts in the African Diaspora. So it does not start on the African continent. It starts in the Diaspora, and then you go to someone like Henry Sylvester Williams, trinidadian, lawyer, and then of course, taking it over from Henry Sylvester Williams would be WEB Dubois. They had this incredible pan African conference in London in 1900 and at that conference Dubois issued this address to the world. And in that he called for the unification of Africa, he called for serious critiques and resistance to colonialism, but even before he did that Andrew, Dubois articulated in this essay called the conservation of races in 1897, a concept of pan Negro ism..
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"pan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"More and more manifestations of Thomas Sankara in the country's politics and culture? Do you see his face on posters in public? Are there things being named after him? Has he become more of a touchstone? Do you think the further we get from his death? So if you take in work at Google, you will see many public buildings that have been renamed after him. You have the university to master Kara, which is the new one built and then functional two or three years ago. And then you have avenues that have been renamed baptized after him. And you have in the country, a minute tokens that have been renamed after Tomas to show that there is an importance of given to him and given to his vision. And you will have people claiming to be thankless party. So people have taken his name is vision and created a party. And even today, we have the thank our party who is now member of the majority ruling party. Just as a final thought, then whichever way this trial may go, do you think the fact of having the trial has made Thomas Sankara even more prominent than he already was in Burkina Faso's consciousness? No, I don't think that this trial has made him more prominent. But I think that it was prominent because people knew him and even if this trial is not start, people will still have him in mind. I think what this trial has contributed to, that it will end life people and those who are Tomas and those who are still feeding this idea. This vision, this frame of Tomas Ankara to know what happened during that day of October the 15th to know who killed Thomas Ankara and why and also how they did it. So this trial will bring this life to people who have stomach and carra has an icon. And also, maybe it will help to kill ourselves people to move forward because there have been waiting this trial for 34 years and now it's happening. That means that there is one part of the history that is very important of Burkina Faso that will be brought to public. And after this trial, maybe people will come together and then this will help the government wish it will contribute to bring people to bring the consolation among a book in a citizen. In Ouagadougou, thank you for joining us. Thomas.
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"pan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Figure at the center of this trial is by now at least as much myth as man. For more on who Thomas Sankara was and what he means to Burkina Faso now, I'm joined by the Ouagadougou based journalist Umar ombre. Umar, first of all, can you give us a general sense of how Thomas Sankara is thought of in Burkina Faso today? Today we can say that Tomas Ankara is in the memory of many young people, mostly young people from 20 years old up to 40 and sometimes 50. But those who have known him some of them have mitigated ceiling of the resolution time. So do you think it's fair to say that he's more popular among people born since his death? Yes, definitely. Now is the very popular it's not only in Burkina Faso it's across Africa. It's popular for his fight that he fought is popular for his mind against imperialism. His popular for his view and the idea that one should commit should relate to himself if he wants to go to development. It shouldn't rely to anybody else. And that is what he tried to teach people when he was leading the country in Mary fall to that air 7 when it was killed. You fought against corruption before against nepotism because as you see in Africa, if you take in many countries, there are still dealing trying to fight against corruption trying to reach food salesi but in terms of revolution he felt hardly about corruption and also within three years, the country produced enough to feed the people. So that is the good image that people young generation still have in their memory. How much of that nostalgia for him though, especially among those people who would have no direct memory of his government, how much of that is to do with dissatisfaction and disillusionment with what followed him? Has an example, the former president, but this was he wrote his memories and the book, saying my part of truth. In this book, it detected the time of Sankara, the way it was ruling, like a dictator as someone who was imposing his view to people. And this book has been rejected by many people mainly the young people would say that what you wrote is not correct. And we had to go through media and say I wrote my perception on the time of revolution as it's not meeting the aspiration of people. So I am apologizing. It was very severely treated by those who didn't even read his book because in his book he said, Thomas akara was not perfect. People said you have to pay arrested on two months as a medical, someone who fought for your freedom. Someone who fought for the development of the country and you have a president. What did you do? You didn't do anything. So you have to pay risk and not say anything bad on him. So that shows that there is a conflict between those who have the good image of Tomas Ankara and those who live in the time of Thomas and Kara and who did not really like it..
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"pan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"In Ouagadougou an unusual trial is taking place. 14 suspects are charged with involvement in the assassination 34 years ago of Thomas Sankara at the time Burkina Faso's president and still today a figure of considerable significance in his country and his continent. Sankara was 37 when he died and had been president for four years. He had seized power in a coup d'etat and his time in office was scarcely less turbulent. The Sankara's most obvious legacy is the iconography of his country. He chose the name Burkina Faso to replace the French colonial designation upper Volta. Implemented its handsome flag wrote the national anthem and by way of illustrating his creed of revolutionary self reliance designed to coat of arms featuring a crossed pickaxe and Kalashnikov. Sankara's presidency ended as it began with a coup d'etat organized by his friend and ally blaze Compaore, who fancied being president himself. Compare is among those charged with Sankara's murder, but sulks in exile in the Ivory Coast, having been deposed in 2014. Thomas Sankara is remembered now as much for his ideals and his image as his accomplishment in this respect at least the common description of Sankara as Africa's Che Guevara is accurate. He also shared with the Cuban revolutionary a ruthless distaste for opposition. But his achievements were not negligible. He was an effective moderniser, animated substantially by an interpretation of the philosophy of pan africanism. Who was Thomas Sankara, what can this trial hope to accomplish? And what does the creed of pan africanism mean now? This is the foreign desk. It's a very big deal. People have been waiting for 34 years for this, whether they were alive when it happened or it's just been passed down. It means still has a very big following in the courtroom, you know, in the first day of the trial, the families of the victims were there, just saying how this was long overdue, how they were looking forward to a fair and.
Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"Is it okay for you to have this syndrome? It's up to you. It's up to you. Boy, there's consequences for this. Right? And there's some signs. Right? That could tell you like, oh, how can I know if I'm this kind of syndrome, right? Let me see. Let me see. It says here. They're very good. These are more like relationship. Kinda thing, right? It says. They talk about some of the signs that you might have this kind of syndrome, right? People that don't clean the room. They are living room, the vicious, that's a big one. They always tire a legacy. They leave the job frequently when they feel bored. They make a little bit effort to find a job. Move from field to field without spending time developing skill. I hate that one. Only takes part time work, I know interesting pursuing promotion opportunities. Right? Now that I have a family, now that I have all the purposes in my life, that's one of the most important thing. How can I just move from here? All the way to here, right? And that's very important. Also, one that I noticed myself years ago was thinking about unrealistic expectation like by this time I will have a $1 million, right? But now realizing how much work a $1 million is. And I think there was a song about millennials, right? What millennials think what happened when they get to the 30s? And there was a lot of unrealistic expectation. And that one was the $1 million. The famous $1 million. Another symptom for the Peter Pan, you'll reflect in people. You're lying a lot. You are still emotional instability. That means that you just you can not hold yourself correctly, right? Interesting is that the tolerant people in the world, right? But they don't have a clear ethic of morals right to use, go to the world. Not accountable. Lack of accountability. And you can find all of these in the Internet. There's a bunch of them and that I can tell bam even used the drugs and stuff like that. That's true. If you steal in your old age, you still using cocaine, marijuana, stuff, you're drinking a lot. You're smoking a lot. You're out of control. You can not hold yourself, or you just allow these dangers to take over. You're still in that syndrome. Then that was a lot of them. You can find this in the health line dot com, or you can just type it in Google. You can have the best guide that can explain it, Jordan Peterson, you can just go to Google. And type the Peter Pan affect those syndrome Europe Peterson. And there's some one of these videos that where they have like infographic. And they explain this so well. I mean, so well, that you can literally literally just grasp the concept of it, right? If you're in part in that group, make sure that you're not. You're not deny it. Just accept that you just move forward with it, right? And with this, I'm going to close my episode for today. The Peter pass syndrome. And if you identify with a lot of these traits, make sure you start working with yourself. Always working yourself. They're always space to walk in yourself. Don't feel like it is over, no no, you can still broken yourself and you still feel like you're acting or don't acting like you were 20 years ago. It's time to step back and breathe in every analyze some of the behaviors that we have in the UK. If you identify it, of course. This watch your episode number a 104 for the PFO music pocket. You know what to do? Share your content, you want to support it as well. That's going to be a link down below. With this, I'm gonna cut it amount..
Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"Topic. The Peter Pan effect. You part of this community, you know how popular that concept is. Especially for millennials, we're going to talk about that, we're not going to hide from it. We're going to talk about that. The Peter benefit. I remember just listening to this effect or the syndrome I call like this a couple years ago when I encounter Jordan Peterson. A was fascinated, I was very fascinated because I was very well inclined, or will identify with the concept of the other person was given regarding the Peter Pan in fact. It is basically an adult kit. From a small child he had this hundreds of possibility, right? Go to high school, still, you know, you're not a child anymore. You're a teenager, you used to have possibilities. You're in college just 25 years old. You're dumb. You do things reckless. But you think there's still possibility until you get 30 years old, everybody looks an adult, but you look like a kid. And there's no responsibilities. You want to still play like you're a kid, but you're still looking at all. And your possibilities are diminishing. So let's just read this from Google. It says that Peter Pan syndrome affects people who do not want to one or feel unable to grow up, people with the body of an adult, but the mind of the kid. Syndrome is not currently considered a cycle pathology, psychopathy, whatever. However, an increasingly larger number of door adults are presenting emotional immature behaviors in western societies. Think about that. A great amount of adults are having immature behaviors. And what is that, right? Why is that, we are in the state in the western world. I am hypotheses, not conclusions. During the 90s, Ryan, we had this first wave or two parent houses, right? The came to effect, right? The 80s and 90s and early 2000s. Especially in the 90s. Where now fathers and parents are not teaching kids how to train for culture. And let me follow me. So before that generation there was only one person working at home. It will be pop and probably miss mom was helping with the house helping with the kids. So there was a trifle culture directly. Through them all. While papa would just go out and work and just try to make things happen. And then when that would just come to home, it would be okay. It's time to show you how the world goes. By that time, mom already did her job and just really nurture the kid to be ready, right? And they keep known when he goes with pop, pop is going to keep teaching tough love, right? Tough love, they're going to need in the world. He always have mom and mom will be, you know, the one making sure that his emotions are not all place, right? As emotional support. You need that is the logical support. It will show you how to go to the toughest places, tougher lessons of life, and then mom will be the one telling you, it's okay, everything will be fine, right? There's a great combination of both. We get to the 80s, we get tonight, so we get the early 2000s. What happened? Mom and pop are both working. They're not spending time with the kids. So now we have a problem. The problem goes that the person just raising kids is destiny, they care, school, right? And, you know, nothing to do with parenting. So now we have a huge problem, right? Because now you've developed kids that they're lacking self control, maturity. They're liking responsibilities. They're still 35, they're still living with roommates and mom basements sometimes, and they pay for the basement, which is ridiculous. I think it was the last start with 33% of millennials are living with the parents in the basement. And we have the famous case I think was The New Yorker Connecticut where the family had to suit their son because their son was living in their basement, didn't want to do anything. So going back to the topic. So we have now trauma, the trauma is that parents are known in the house and just the outside is basically just raising the kids. In a lot of these kids never learn how to grow up because that and mom were not there to do so. Especially that was not there. Especially mom, the now mom for some reason want to just go out and start working. You can not be in a relationship where you are paying for day care. It's not supposed to happen that way. If your paint for day care, that means that your meaning of life is above your expectation. You need to humble a little bit, right? Because what happened is you're trying to give money to your kids, you think your kids are gonna be raised by money, right? And more importantly, you're not teaching your kids how to live life. So now, kids are in school, they go to college, they still get out of college and they still thinking like it's because that time frame that they have with mom and parents and mom and pop that was very crucial to teach them how to be a great citizens, right? It was missed because mom and pop were working. Thus now how you do things. Remember this is the first time that we have this kind of experiment. So what happened with this experiment, it felt completely because we thought that that relationship between mom and son of father and son of mom or daughter of father, it was not important. It is. So now, because of the lack of culture traveling or ethics and morals, right? We have this phenomenon, which is Peter Pan syndrome. Kids that not kids adults that they think they still are kids. And you know where you can see this a lot, right? You don't have to go to the countryside. Go to the cities. You will see that. You'll see people still in their late 40s, right? Thinking that they still in college or they still in high school. Right? Where they don't want to meet the fact that adulthood has come. In that something called accountability and responsibility need to be trafficked that's why we're going crazy. We're going crazy for the fact that we are not allowing ourselves to be liberated. By the things that need to be happen by the grace of God, which is nature. Okay? Let.
The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"pan" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"No that's i guess. If you allow that allow watching well. I mean it's the it's the vibe. I guess i mean you don't go. I guess. I assume you don't go to a bath house to have private sex right. I guess i in my mind you'd want like a coroner. Maybe you get a corner anyway. Call us back or if you if. It's not him one of our listeners. Call us tell us. Can we interview you about how. How much does it cost to get into the bathroom. Moesha's really interested. Yeah where's the bath house. What's the address of. How do i get to the bath house. Can they keep a secret after they tell your wife about when you visit. I've a lot of questions. Okay let's you another secret. Hi i have a secret that i do need to get off of my chest and my heart. 'cause it's always made me feel like a monster even though it wasn't on purpose and i just don't understand if there's something that can describe this. I was babysitting babysitting for a family one time. The only time has nothing to do with this. Though it was. I was hoping was friends and they had Like maybe a six year old and then like a baby. So i wanted to When i got there the babies and and mom super nice. Everyone's super nice. And you know she just go sit with. The baby narrows the bad ones okay. Great no problems just sitting on the other side of the tub. They splash around to whatever. I was guiding hands and like being cute and playful and putting his hand up to my mouth. 'cause i'm just like that's so cute little baby fingers and then i thought it would be like cute and funny like put his fingers in my mouth and i did and i accidentally i don't know what it was my to. I bit down really really hard. It's like one little baby. Fingering started crying so hard. And i was completely just i i don't i. It's like the feeling where i did not mean to do that. And my it down harder and it hurt him. he's crying moms or running into all macgyver. Have i totally frozen panic than i acted like. I didn't know why started crying. I wasn't going to stand here to babysit your children. That you're thinking kids finger off And on my anyone that is so disturbing and the baby's fine. I've couple of minutes finger and like so scared. Like a margaret bruce. Or i don't even know maybe did the baby's okay and Thank you for listening. I'm not a monster guy. I think if you think a baby. Is that key that you need to bite it's finger. You should just probably have a baby soon. Well this is the reason. I came up with the old saying never on the first day at a babysitting job. Put the babies fingers in your mouth. I think this whole situation could have been alleviated by you. Not the babies fingers in your mouth upon meeting him. Maybe we should just not have a nanny but that i also related to her decision to lie on the wouldn't you lie li- yeah i mean if it's young enough i've no idea you just can't say you can't say imagine saying i accidentally had his fingers in my and i bit down. I know that sounds weird. I was just there. She's so cute. Cute it started inappropriate. The babies fingers are in my mouth but then it got really inappropriate. Because i chomped down as hard as i possibly could tosh. Look i gotta go actually. Oh really do you have set somewhere. Well i'm at burning man right now and there's about to be fucking crazy dub step headlining set and i got. I gotta bail. I just thought of something else. What do think of well burning man. There's like a whole team of people in charge of like burning. This man to make sure was like done right. Don't save so what's going to happen. There's no man. Oh good no burn no man. No no fireworks probably fireworks but just probably fireworks and the l. emlyn dangerous. I might not make it back all right but we saw that crossbow. Did i have a crossbow. Didn't someone give what happened or crossbow. You should take that. Actually the guy who i gave the crossbow to it's coming is a camping with me. I'll tell number. Eight yeah paramedics. Hey if you wanna leave the secret for us call us two and three two two two eight six zero eight or send us an email at endless honeymoon pod at gmail.com you can be on. The podcast follows on instagram at endless pod. Also all these are on youtube so you know watch on youtube. Watch me as i self immolate this weekend at burning man. that doesn't exist. Okay natasha i have to go. I can't talk any longer. But i do want to tell you if i don't come back remember that i always loved you. I always loved you too..
The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"pan" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Card. To put on your pants. So i'll take my husband's tell slurp at a jainal fold. Everything was very sexy okay. Well i'm not mad at. I'm surprised you don't you. Don't you're not turned on by this turned on by a. Why would i be using your tells are all on the floor. You really care about your towels. No i think this is the act of specifically targeting his towel for for the sweat and the wiping. I'm just like why. Why not use your own towel. Why that one may feel feel like. She's like dominant nominating. Oh yeah maybe later that night. So that stuff's in his mouth pig pan coming to start doing that. All right all right do it. Fuck it go ahead. i don't care. Let's hear another secret mostly mussina saucer. I most i secret as that. I was at a gay bath house a few years back when chicago and i was on the third floor. Just doing my thing. Checking off rang a towel. And then i saw a gentleman. Sort of diag- me away from me. Very dark hallway He was watching me. So i approached him and then very well built Nice arns chests very handsome. Say so i approached him merely just went straight. Talk like going out and having ten. It's gonna work in with my nose. And then as i reach around with my right hand i feel a what i thought was to be a gluteal muscle but turns out to be a piece of metal and I guess it was titanium or whatever and surprisingly i was not turned off at all i was actually incredibly turned on even more for some reason and Yeah i kinda just vigorously went down on a guy and he Thinks me for that. And i think him And yeah so. I think bisexuality has definitely banded to people with prosthetics. I guess i don't know maybe it's something about the the story behind it or something. I don't know it's really hot to me. But i something about myself secret. Thanks a lot of good stuff happened in that call. I like it. We'll just the idea that you have a revelation in mid sexual act of an of a fetish. You didn't know you had like like an accident like happen. In real time. He thought it was going to grab an ass but he ended up grabbing. I guess what i didn't know. Was it a robotic. But was that a leg that went all the way up and then wrapped around to be a prophetic. But i don't know but anyway. I think that's interesting like he thought he was. It was a fake leg. Yeah a fake leg. I think but he went to grab the ass and there was just fake leg there but then in real time to be like this is actually. This is so hot half. It's like half flash cyborg half. Yeah i could see that. Also i wanna know what is this guy can call us back. What's a bath house like. Like what do you do walk. Is it a lincoln into the steam room that we go to right is. Is it a spa where you can actually spa. Do people ever just chill out and do like spy in activities or does it just for sex. How do you get. Sex is all talk. Is it like how moshe thinks tries to act like burning man. People go there to not have sex like the. It's definitely people like at the bath house. Like i'm just here to bays. No but i wonder if anybody ever i don't ever is. I know. Sometimes people go to just watch people that are trying to like come out or whatever because i know my friend went to a bath house once and he said there were two hasidic jews just staring at him as he had sex with another guy and they were just and he was like. Do you want in on this naked. There i think so. I think you have to be in a towel. I don't know and is it like a is are you. I was gonna tell you this is a good story. These two hasidic. Jews were watching him and he's like do you want to get in on this and there were no over just here to watch cool..
The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"pan" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"You're hearing this now i'm already at fake burning man. Natasha rose to me about it on our monday episode. I'm currently. I'm in the desert. No it's nice for you to have a place to where all your mismatched socks. And she wrote about that as well. So we're carrying a lot of the abuse that i know you haven't. Oh you've you've already been i'm in. I'm they're recording the same night. Because i had to get this recording done so that i could go so as you. Listen to this podcast. I am currently getting absolutely ream. D- on a on a glow stick pile in the black rock desert. Cool cool man. What's up what's up with you. Nothing funny night tonight. Oh yeah we were reading stories to our child just now and they're these like books that are like i'm surprised she likes them because they're all about the bernstein bears right but it's like too much. Tv too much junk foods all the shores how to be nice to people but she loves these stories but they're the every one of them has like a moral lesson and what i do like about them is. The dad is kind of an idiot and the mom is like the scenic. She's like yes. The dad and my two children can't stop eating junk food and my dad and my two cubs can't stop watching tv anyway. There was this one book that was about eating too much junk food and it was actually a little weird saying that the kids were getting chubby. I actually skip that part. Because i was like not only is that like i'm not trying to. I'm not trying to give my three year old complex about getting chubby. If she eats junk. Throw that book. I think we should throw it away and as we were reading it and realizing how kind of weird it was but some of the doctor keeps they go to the doctor. The doctor grabs the dad's belly and starts squeezing it saying look at this. He's not adhering. it's kind of insane anyway. Natasha says to our kid. Now you don't ever call anybody fat. That's not that's not a kind thing to say to people and she looks at natasha and says she said okay. Well what about fat pig about fat pig. Can i call someone a fat pig. I was like no. I said yes. I said if you would die so crazy. How did she stumble onto the phrase fat pig. Here's another here's why. I think that happened is because she kept saying yesterday that she wants to be. She likes pig pan. She keeps calling him. Pig pan pig pen from snoopy. Yeah and then perm pig. And and i said she goes well. I said his name's not pig pan. It's pig pen. And she's like well. I let calling him pig pan. It's cute and i said okay but if you know if he was at school of course is the problem with having kids you start explaining things in your like i should just shut up so i was like well if he was at school named pig pan and his name was pig pen. You would want to call him by the right name or he might think you're making fun of him and then she's but i go but no one would be named pigpen spiral talking about why and i was like well pigs not a nice name for person. She's like why and so maybe when then. We took her to a barn where there was like pigs. So maybe like that's how she got the phrase fat pig. I don't know. I mean what a twisted morality children have. Okay so that's not good. How about fat pig. How about dirty fucking fat pig. Yeah i don't know but it was alarming. Yeah it is indeed alarming. We did tell her. Probably not on the fat pig tip. It's hard it's hard knowing what to like. Pump their brains with here. You just do your best. That's all all you can do. People say that. But it's like okay. Well are you doing your best all the time. I didn't do today but that was the best you can do doing. Your best today was not doing your best pig pan. Shall we play some secrets you know. I would love to hear a secret as would i. Hi lucia natasha. I've got a secret for you today. Whenever i work out and then shower muffin still really warm from my workout. So i get a little sweaty post shower. I'll have my hair wrapped up in my towel. What before. I put my bra and underwear on and dry off because it's really gross putting them on here a little sticky so i use my husband's towel twice. I have again and thanks for listening. Mostly would love that. But why do the husband still. Why not use your own. Tell when you like that. If every time he took a shower you specifically picked up my towel to wipe your vagina. who cares. it's clean. You should be so lucky. I am so lucky. I like it. Why wipe it on. Her has closed to anyway. She was very sexual everything about that. 'cause she's like sometimes i work out at the end. My body still warm.
"pan" Discussed on Crime Junkie
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He was shot twice once in the shoulder and once in the face as a result he's got broken facial bones bullet fragments in his face. That can't be removed and a shattered bone in his neck. Or the bullet grazed hans carotid artery got so he's lucky to be alive let alone wake. Yes and police are super eager to talk to him but han can't actually talk yet. Duda severity of his injuries. So police will have to wait to get a statement from him in fact his injuries are so bad that he can't leave the hospital to go to his wife's funeral even during the funeral though. Police still have surveillance on and jennifer doesn't show a lot of emotion during her mom's funeral which strikes police as odd. Okay here's the thing. I feel like a broken record. Because i feel like in every single episode but people have expectations for what they think. Grief looks like and. I think that gets lost a lot when we talk about stuff like this. We as outsiders don't know what kind of behavior is taught in any person's upbringing or home like Some families like mine like they feel very big and they feel very big out loud to each other and that's incredibly healthy to my family but others just don't sometimes it's cultural sometimes it's just personalities but when i remember back to listening to three of counter clock a which if you haven't yet you absolutely need to listen to that a seizure this episode nor your house in percent but a no spoilers are jeff and jackie pelley talking about how their dad taught them and their siblings. Crying was not an option. Do not cry no matter what yes so to your point. I mean a lot of how people respond in those moments. How were they raised to respond in those moments because we by all means we're not only reason that same box anyways however she was acting however they felt about. It doesn't matter what they needed. More than anything was hans statement and amazingly just a few days after coming out of his coma. He's able to talk to police. He remembers every terrible thing that happened on the night of the shooting and he tells law enforcement a truly incredible story according to christie blotch for peace in the leader post on details a pretty normal monday he tells officers he went to work then. He went to home depot with his brother-in-law before going home for dinner with big hot in jennifer and he said he was asleep in bed by eight thirty. Everything seemed fine until suddenly han jolted awake to find a strange man in his bedroom pointing a gun right at his forehead and demanding money. Honda's police how the intruder hurted him out into the hallway. But just as he was about to go downstairs hans as that he saw something that turned his fear into utter shock. Bear standing in the doorway to her bedroom was jennifer not tied up not at gunpoint but speaking quietly to another one of the intruders as han tells police it was as if jennifer was talking to a friend that gives me full body chills for shore from mayor hahn says the man forced him downstairs at gunpoint where he saw his wife big hough sitting on the couch with yet another strange man behind her holding a gun on her according to han she hadn't even had time to take her feet out of the tub she'd been soaking them in. The gunman then heard it. Han and big hough down to the basement. Hans says big hob begged for the men to spare jennifer's life and instead of telling her to shut up or demanding money like they've been doing all along one of the intruders said something strange he said quote. Don't worry your daughter is very nice. So i won't hurt her and quote the next thing on new. He blacked out from being shot in the face. As jeremy de reported for the markham economist and sun hung tells police that when he woke up he was bleeding and big hall with lying on the floor next to him. She didn't respond when he said her name or moved when he shook her. That's when he ran out of the basement screaming just like we heard on that nine one one call. I mean at this point. I'm still in awe. That not only. Is he alive wake but he was able to run for his life after being shot in the face. It's a miracle. It is truly incredible so hearing this suddenly all of the polices suspicions about jennifer those little nine feeling that something wasn't quite right with her story. They all click into place. Jennifer wasn't able to call nine one one because she'd miraculously contorted her body to get her phone out. She was able to call because she had helped. Nothing was taken from the pans home because the invaders weren't there to commit a story. They were there to commit murder and they didn't leave jennifer as a witness because they were incompetent. They didn't shoot her because she wasn't there. Target just like that police name jennifer as a suspect in her mother's murder and mind you. This isn't publicly. But in italy among police jennifer is now their prime suspect on november. Twenty second exactly two weeks after the murders police call jennifer back to the station for a third interview. According to court records detectives once again have her walk them through her version of events. They talk about jennifer's relationship with her family and her boyfriend daniel and then about an hour and fifteen minutes into the interview. They switched tactics instead of asking her. What she remembers happened. These start telling her what they think happened that instead of being a victim like she's been claiming they think she's involved what they don't know though and what they want her to tell them is exactly how over the next couple of hours. The police keep pressing her. Just tell us the truth. Jennifer do the right thing jennifer. Get it off your chest. The hurt and pain and secrets. Go all you have to do is be honest more than once jennifer asks. What's going to happen to her. But detectives reiterate that until they know the truth about what she did. There's no way of knowing what happens next. Finally after over three hours of questioning police watch as an emotional jennifer benz forward in her chair almost in the fetal position. She stays quiet for several long minutes and then finally she starts to talk about what really happened that night. And no one. I mean.
"pan" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"The night of november eighth twenty ten in markham ontario canada. It seems like every other quiet monday. Evening markham's maybe not the most exciting place in the world but it's a good community to raise a family and since toronto is less than an hour away. There's plenty of big city stuff with an easy distance while still being away from a lot of the big city problems that is until a nine one one call comes into dispatch sometime after ten pm on the other. End of the line is a terrified girl. Living in a nightmare and here is that call pulled from j. c. criminal psychology youtube song. That's where are you right. Can you no avenue. man heard. Don't know that there was a lot going on in that. What did you hear so it sounds like she's saying someone broke into their house. Was that maybe something about money. It's a little hard to tell because she sounds so frantic. I mean it's even hard to understand her on her own but then but then someone is screaming in the s. Yes so that her dad. Yes who the person who made that call was twenty four year old jennifer pan. She lives at the house. Police responded to with her mom. Big ha and her dad haunt according to an article from cbc news. Her dad was found outside where he had gone running too when we heard him screaming on the nine one one call and jennifer still tied up upstairs bound to the banister with shoelace. Han is rushed to the hospital and jennifer tells police that multiple intruders came into her house demanded money and then tied her up and attacked her parents. She said she heard gunshots. And then that's when her dad ran outside while she was on the phone with nine one one okay. So where's big will. Police don't find her until they go down to the basement. Were they see her lying on the floor with a blanket over her head she has been shot and it's clear that big hough is already dead. No police arranged for big hoss body to be transported for autopsy while han is airlifted toronto to be treated while he's in a coma and jennifer is transported to the hospital to be checked out for any injuries now. Meanwhile police start processing the pans house. They don't find any sign of forced entry and nothing in my research details. Any forensics like fingerprints that are found or even a murder weapon or shell casings or anything like that. So you know while they're going through this while this is going on. Doctors are giving jennifer lea clear and she is then taken down to the police station where they get a full statement from her around. Three o'clock on the morning of november ninth. They are on video. She tells police that everything about her monday night had been perfectly normal. Her mom went line dancing like she does every week while her dad stayed home and jennifer watch. Tv up in her bedroom. Her little brother felix is away at university in hamilton ontario. About an hour away so he wasn't home for any of what happened. According to karen. Kay hose reporting for toronto life magazine. Jennifer tells police that she heard her mom get home from line dancing around nine thirty like she usually does. Her dad was already asleep. And since jennifer was starting to doze off to the tv in her room upstairs. She didn't go down to say good night sometime after she fell asleep. Jennifer is suddenly jolted awake and from her bed. Jennifer says that she could hear her mom downstairs and she could even kind of see out and it looked like she was calling out for her dad to come down so not totally sure. What was going on generous. As she turned down the volume to hear better and sure enough. She recognized her mom calling for her dad but she could hear that big hough wasn't alone there were other unfamiliar voices talking to her. According to jennifer's own recollections to the york region police. she was so terrified that she couldn't even get out of bed at first but after a few minutes her fear for her parents took over the fear for her own safety jennifer crap out of bed and tiptoed over to the door to try and see what was happening instantly. She realised she made a huge mistake because standing right outside of her bedroom was a strange man with string in his hands and he lunged at her. Oh my god. Heart pounding jennifer. There was nothing she could do as her hands were tied viciously behind her back. She says the man told her that he had a gun in all jennifer had to do is follow his orders do what he said and nobody would get hurt. Jennifer says her attacker started demanding money dragging her bound in stumbling through the bedrooms yelling at her to hand over all of the cash jennifer directed him to all the money she knew about from her own savings she stored in her room to some. Us currency her mom had her dresser. But it wasn't enough when the man hold her down the stairs. She said she had no choice but to follow his lead into the kitchen where to other. Strange men were holding her parents at gunpoint. Everything was happening so fast it was terrifying blur as the intruders yelled about wallets and big hough in. Han tried to talk in their native language. Just then one of the men lost patients and pistol whipped haunt jennifer or calls the police. How scared she was. All she could do was watch. Her mom started to cry and plead for only daughters safety. Jennifer got one last look at her family before she was dragged back upstairs and tied to the banister it felt hopeless completely out of control until jennifer felt something pressing against her side that gave her hope. Today's episode is made possible with caliber. I've gotten really good at recognizing things that stress me out and trying to avoid them but sometimes it's just not realistic. 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"pan" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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