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Do you have any data around like what draws people into Sanchis, so getting data is another one of the challenges in the podcast because sixty seventy seven. We'll poke assistant done through apple. Positive data back whereas facebook, and you can get so much data, and so it's hard to get a true understanding, and that's an area of growth rarely is where we're trying to really get a deeper understanding off the age profile of people listening to podcasts. podcast themselves will help us because they'll know. Interactions of the have help us to drill down and the type of people listening if we could I put up and have more days to hand, bobby really useful David respecting them out as spotify apple. At one of the things I'm surprised by facebook tried TRAE podcasting service yet and I mean. Look into your crystal ball. Could you see a future wet facebook talk. INSTAGRAM Z. so platforms maybe to move into podcasting live at even twitter now with voice tweets could happen. 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The Self-Sufficient Herbalist
"Hi Lucy welcome to the plant path. Thank you so much. Hi. Thank you for being here with us? Today I'm really really delighted, and this still excited to talk to you, and you're all the wisdom you have to share. Will really excited to talk to you and count. Wait to share about what's going on my end. Great but. I would love to open it up faded. Just introduce yourself. Interview could share a bit about your story of how you became an herbalist, or how the plants pass ended up calling you be lovely to hear. Wow How long have we go? To. Okay so I'm Lucie Jones. I'm a medical habilis based in the UK, and I have a full-time practice in in Somerset which is actually quite near to Glastonbury, the the town why I'm if anybody's head of that. So I, initially before I came, a medical hobbyist is studied. SA- Baton Medicine. And I've always been. Really drawn to SA- baton. Buddhism and I've been a battery on a practitioner for. Gosh I think it's getting on the thirty years and so. When I had the opportunity to study to baton medicine I felt really codes to do that I'd already started. autohrity actually studied as a spiritual healer years the force I think I've always had kind of. pull to woods. The healing modality sees, and I've also say. Grown up, I'd like to say. I've grown up with my hands in the soil, but I've always grown hobbs, I've always been out in the countryside connecting with plants, so I had really strong. Connection with plants as well as the connection with the tha baton side of things so I, had the opportunity to be one of. Only a few people studying Tibetan medicine in Scotland. Between Nineteen, ninety, four and nineteen, ninety eight, and it was a really unique opportunity because this incredible. Amazing Master of Tibetan medicine called Campo. Truro Sanam was going to travel to Scotland four two months a year for four years in order to teach these western students, and literally I'm talking about. Maybe there were twelve of US something like And I just. knew the I needed to be part of that and. I requested the I could join the course. And I was told No. And have to say. I was just so devastated. Because somehow in my heart I just absolutely felt this incredible pool of destiny, bringing me to that place and I thought. Hey, this is how this story supposed to go. So I was re at first I was really upset and disappointed, and then I reflected I thought. No I'm going to ask again. So a couple of months later I requested again I said I really feel this Poe to do the coals and I would really ask the idea it again. I'd ask you again and. My spiritual teacher occurrence I said no, because the cool is going to be for people who aw already medical practitioners, it's not for people who are just interested in becoming a practitioner It's such a row, but she anisi we want to that medicine to be integrated into existing modalities, so some of the people for example on the coast where. general medical practitioners are different, were a couple of her less than different modalities and I was somebody that will always very interested in it I wasn't yet qualified, so I was declined again and the third time. I, I kind of I wouldn't say I begged. I left another few weeks and then I retired, I said. Please, let me join this coast I will study to be a medical harvest at the same time afterwards, but I just feel so strongly that I would really need to do it. And, he and he said to me a K.. If you commit to studying Western hobble medicine after the course you can do it, but also what I would really like you to do is stop clinic which combines western herbal medicine and Tibetan medicine, so that is how. I ended up. Having studied western herbal medicine after the course for five or six years. That is how I ended up with my clinic, because it's a combination of using a combination of Tibetan, medicine and western Hubbell but.
"poe" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"It only nineteen Virginia came down with tuberculosis, a nasty disease that had already killed both of Edgar's parents, his foster mother and his brother Virginia Live with the illness for years inspiring, the sickly maiden who would die young in great works like the Raven and Annabel Lee. Rich I cried. Thy God hath lengthy. By these angels, he had sent the site. Respect a pen from the memories of Leno quoth, aqua, this kind depend. And forget this lost lenore. Kroth Raven. Nevermore. Speaking of the raving it was an instant success, and while it's a great poem, it helped Poe had gained fame as a writer and critic and had started giving lecture tours about poetry. Even though things were improving, Poe is still a far cry from being the J. K. Rowling of his time, he was more like you're artsy. Friend, WHO's constantly asking you to donate to their kickstarter? Exactly no longer begging for money for himself Edgar continued to beg for money for his proposed literary magazine. I called the pen and then the STYLUS. But he wasn't exactly a safe investment. Even after the massive success of the Raven, within a year Poe went from editor to owner of the Broadway Journal and within the same year under posed complete creative control. The Journal went out of business. And Virginia got sicker. I know I shall die soon. I know I can't get well. But I to be as happy as possible. And Make Edgar Hattie. In Eighteen, forty seven, Virginia died from tuberculosis. Edgar just can't catch a break. And the Griswald School of biographers claim her death sent Poe into a deep despair where he did nothing but drink and right morbid tales well, he did drink writing to a friend. Each time I felt all the agonies of her death. And, at each ascension of the disorder I love her more dearly and clung to her life with more desperate pertinacity. But I am. Sensitive. Nervous in a very unusual degree. I became insane. With long intervals of horrible sanity. During these fits of absolute unconsciousness I drank. God only knows how often or how much. As a matter of course, my enemies referred the insanity to the drink. Rather, than the drink to the insanity, but weren't most of his more details already written exactly though notably Paul wrote. You'll loom during this time, and though it isn't officially clear, what inspired it? The poems narrators longing for his dead lover points directly at Virginia. There were days when my heart was volcanic. As the story rivers that role. As, the lavas that restlessly role their sulphurous currents down Yannick. In the ultimate climbs of the poll. That grown as they roll down Mount Yarmuk in the realms of the boreal poll. But pose insanity didn't last long. Continued writing briefly courted fellow poet Sarah Helen Whitman until she dumped him, and by the summer of eighteen forty nine was off on another lecture tour, discussing his criticism theories of poetry, and trying to raise money for the STYLUS and while in Richmond, he made a house call to an old acquaintance. Of Visitor Madame Visitor. Who Visit a widow unannounced? Send them in I suppose. Edgar. It has been very long indeed. I read the Raven. It was quite beautiful. Thank you. I'm in town on a lecture tour. I thought I would say hello for Old Times Sake. Yes, old times. I could never forget you I knew getting. My name in print would have some use. Yes. It was purely that. No my father told me once I was long, married and heavy with yet another child that he burned the letters from you a long time ago i. told You I, wrote you, or even better than I thought you to be when I loved you and you didn't even read my letters. I doubt my father would like you hear now that said he has passed on, though my brothers might have a thing or to say of the past only for refined gentlemen. Would you like to stay for dinner. It would be my pleasure. It was a happy reunion, but not everyone was happy about it. Mother I cannot fathom that you've accepted engagement to that man is completely improper. Your father died. He did not divorce me. Calm yourselves, but the will I. Don't need your father's full estate. Live on what's left only one quarter of it. That is hardly any Edgar can provide for me. He's committed last week. He joined the temperance society to prove it. You'll never drink again all for love. Love of me, but he's poor. What about our inheritance? You'll soon be married and have no need to worry over an inheritance I'm half a mind to write my uncles and really my brothers do not need to be involved in this beyond an invitation to the wedding mother I do not like him. You will learn to, even though her children openly disapproved Elmira, move forward with her engagement to Edgar and Edgar made plans to bring his aunt Maria to Richmond for the wedding after doing an editing job and Philadelphia. Mr? Oh I'd advise you to not travel if it can be avoided, that can be. I need the work. Is there anything I can do to feel better? No simply rest I think I shall step over to Sadler's for a few moments. Don't forget your cane. Yes, thank you, Dr. Have a good evening. But must you go all the way to Philadelphia? Can you not stay with me because only a short trip, my darling? Return to marry you soon. It was she wouldn't go. I'll be fine famous last words not that those were his last words. Edgar disappeared for almost a week after that, and instead of traveling to Philadelphia, he turned up on the streets in Baltimore. Seemingly beaten and drugged Paul resembled a victim of Shanghai ing, which was a common crime in port cities. Thugs would kidnap a sailor.
"poe" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Few years later in Chicago vote early and vote often. The cooped man might vote as many as sixteen times in one election under sixteen identities and Poe was found in someone else's clothes after going MIA for several days. That fits just a little too well. Dr Miran described the writer state of dress when he was admitted to the hospital as a stained faded old porzingis. pantaloons of a similar character, a pair of worn out shoes run down at the heels and old Straw hat. Clothes which were easy for thugs to get their hands on, though poor, Edgar Allan Poe was known for always dressing well in keeping his neat appearance, he wouldn't be caught dead dress like that until he was, but here's the problem with Dr Miran and Qiuping Dr Moran. Swore that Poe didn't smell like liquor and if you believe his testimony, Poe wouldn't have been drinking. How would the political gangs control them if they didn't get him drunk? Let's pull a C. August. Do Pine and analyze it. Posed friends stated he was a lightweight that even one drink could send him into a wild fit, which is why he didn't drink much, so if Poe was being forced to drink, it wouldn't have taken much alcohol for Edgar to lose control. And less alcohol would have exited his system more quickly perhaps before the time Dr Miran. Him By that reasoning Poe could have for all we know gone to Baltimore to more in Virginia one last time before getting remarried headed drinker to somehow drunkenly injured himself, and then collapsed on the street, but morning Virginia doesn't line up with the fact that he was wearing someone else's clothes, a hallmark of Qiuping. It's important to note that Qiuping was very very common at the time so common that even the local Baltimore paper the Republican. An artist featured dire warnings leading up to the election October first eighteen, forty nine. Wear the WIG tricks. Our opponents are at their old game again. Tickets are out with their candidates and the hickory emblem. Colonization on a large scale as to be resorted to. Illegal votes will be pulled from a distance and otherwise hoops have been started by them all this and more. The whigs are doing see Democrats that they do not succeed. Let us all be on the alert. October third, eighteen, forty nine. Democrats of the fourth ward protect your rights. Yours is the war that will receive the great mass of foreign weeks. It is in your. D- that, they expect to swell the vote. Into where was found right outside the fourth ward polls, the theory was first asserted as Edgar. Allan Poe's cause of death by publisher John Thompson in the eighteen seventies and has maintained popularity ever since so, who would that make pos killer? The men who cooped him? The American political system. Or the men who won the elections that day. Let's see that year John. Ht Jerome was elected mayor of Baltimore and Senator James Pierce was elected to represent Maryland in the Senate Jerome was awake Anne Pierce was also a wig, so it was the week party, seeking power through unjust means in the blame could fall on the party or the mayor and senator who profited from Qiuping, not as direct killers, but as conspirators, but the real blame would fall on members of the political games themselves who are sadly impossible to track down assuming they did it. There is one more piece to this puzzle. Reynaud. Reynolds see Dr. he calls and calls for this. Reynolds Fellow vitals steady. D-. How do you feel Mr Pope Roads? Here now Mr Poe have some water. And perhaps after you can sleep. There satellite we showed deduce who this is and contact them at a time other than three o'clock in the morning. Mr Pope most likely requires rest. The last clue in the mystery is reynolds the name. Poe called out in delirium from his deathbed. Before we get into that I want to take a minute to talk about our sponsor. After, the break will examine the possible figures who could have been reynolds, and conclude our theory on who killed Edgar Allan Poe. Now. Let's return to the mysterious reynolds. The first theory about Reynolds is that it's a reference to Jeremiah Reynolds an explorer and advocate for the exploration of the polar ice caps, Jeremiah Reynolds was inspiration for the narrative of Arthur Gordon, pin, Poe's only novel, calling for Reynolds Poe could have been reflecting on his life's work, or it could have been hallucinating that he was once again writing some think it was a poetic reference to entering the unknown territory of death like Reynolds encouraged explorers. Explorers to enter the unknown Arctic. If we're getting poetic reynolds sounds a lot like renounce award US twice in the pledge of the of temperance, the anti alcohol group Poe joined shortly before his engagement to Elmira royster Shelton so if Paul was force fed alcohol by thugs who cooped him, or if he fell off a wagon when morning Virginia, he may have been worried about being kicked out of the sons of temperance and angering his fiancee. Are Maybe. We're taking this too far. Perhaps Reynolds was just a person. Poe encountered somebody he wanted to see again and did research into historical records proves that prominent Baltimore Carpenter and election judge was at the ward for polls. His name Henry Reynolds so perhaps it was posed garbled way of saying he was cooped. Trying to clue in his doctors, the demand named. Reynolds. Had The answers love ciphers? Oh speaking of CIPHERS. There's one more Reynolds Poe may have been talking about. But in order to discuss it properly with to discuss of Poe's tales, the second of his see, August do pine stories. As, we discussed earlier in the investigation. See August do. Pine was a character who solve murder mysteries and the forerunner to Sherlock Holmes and every other literary detective. Poe followed up his first massively successful. Do Pintail murders in the rue morgue with the mystery of Marie Row J.? The story is framed as an article and recounts the Narrators Conversation with C. August do pine, as do pine analyzed the murder of a Parisian shop girl, but what's really interesting is the murder of Marie Rochet is directly parallel to real life murder and we mean directly post. Story is actually an analysis of the death of Mary Rogers a beautiful teenage new. Yorker found dead in the Hudson shortly before Poe published the story. Every detail is identical with only names and locations changed Poe. Even goes as far as saying in the text that the case of Marie Rosia is much like that of Mary Rogers. Hanging lamp shade on it smart. Since Mary Rogers, murder was all over the tabloid newspapers, and the inspiration would've been obvious to readers, and she was like the Jon Benet Ramsey of the time now it's worth pointing out that what Paul did with the mystery of Marie. Rochet was not common. Though all over the papers, true crime wasn't the entertainment genre. It is now Edgar Allan Poe was actually the first writer to use a real crime to create entertainment. You could call the father of this podcast. or at least the mascot now are following investigation into the story does include spoilers so out of respect for true crime. Loving fans will give you a moment to read post story before tuning back in. Okay, so in the tale of Marie row. Do. Pine pins the blame for the girl's murder on a these sailor, what? I was thinking it was reynolds. Patient will get to Reynolds in a minute..
"poe" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"This. John. Poe left his cane. I'm about to retire, but see that he gets it if he returns considerate done. Blast it Dr Carter. Can I assist you? It appears Poe took my cane instead. Wrong train Brown cain now that's suspicious of Carter's came wasn't just a cane and I'm not being ready in here. It was a sword cane. Oh, not Freudian at all for those of you unfamiliar with Nineteenth. Century, weapons it was a sword inside cain perfect for self defense, so maybe taking the wrong. CAIN also wasn't an accident. Poe may have been on the run in need of a weapon, but who would be after him. Old Enemies the royster brothers after. Quick. Reunion and second engagement till Myra Royster Shelton. Her family was not pleased right now. Myers brothers always agreed with their father that Edgar wasn't good enough for elmira thought it was right to burn the fools letters at the expense of my happiness elmira. You have two beautiful children and a fortune. You have happiness. We don't want this poke character jeopardizing that find I. I shall sit on my widow's fortune. Despite my mere thirty nine years, you could speak more happily, mother, you shall have grandchildren to spoil soon enough L. Myers children openly disapproved since elmira with lose three quarters of her late husband's estate upon remarrying, ignoring her family, ELMIRA and Edgar plan to be married in just ten days when he left Richmond for the last time. For all the other Royster, Shelton's family, pride and money were on the line. Perhaps gentlemanly discussion would do him some good, yes. man-to-man put the Scheming Scoundrel in his place, so we consider to keep our sister from becoming destitute I'll go as far as necessary. It's possible that Omar is brothers plotted to get po- out of the way. In, a theory proposed by author, John Evangelist Walsh in his book midnight dreary. Poe went to Philadelphia was attacked and beaten up by the royster brothers then fled to Baltimore his old home to escape death at their hands. Once in Baltimore, the head injury inflicted by one of the royster worsened causing posed disorientation hallucinations loss of memory and eventual death, so royster could have killed him. To add to the theory. After Edgar's death, elmira backtracked on her engagement, declaring I would not have married him under any circumstance, which certainly pleased her family. She also neglected to attend Edgar's funeral. Well, that's odd seems like the weeping fiance would be front and center at the service? Do you think she knew what her family did. And was kept away by your guilty conscience. That's possible. Or perhaps she realized the need to placate them if they had indeed turned to assault when they believed it was in her best interests, right, the thing is L. Mirus claim failure to attend. The funeral contradicted documented evidence of her feelings for Edgar. In a letter to Maria Clem shortly before Edgar's death, she referred to as the dearest object on earth, and waxed poetic about how she was ready to accept. Maria is not only a mother-in-law, but as her own mother. Sounds like she backtracked to make her family happy. Just another piece of evidence that proves how much they hated Edgar that all makes sense, but if he was attacked, what didn't Poe us? Dr Carter Sword Cane to defend himself Dr Carter. I've just received word from the Swan Tavern. Yes, they found your came. The one Edgar Potok. He left it there. Theoretical full. I shall pick it up tomorrow. Thank you John. If Poe had been worried for his life, he probably would have remembered his defensive weapon. Yes, but if you had taken Dr, Carter's came by accident leaving in the tavern before catching the early train would have made the most sense. Which shows that he probably went to Baltimore on accident and not to escape the royster. Wasn't on the run, but mentally preoccupied sick, tired or forgetful. So if it wasn't Delmira's family and it wasn't alcohol poisoning, who killed Edgar Allan Poe? Politics perhaps. Those of you who listen to our William Goebel investigation may recall that politics in the eighteen hundreds were even crazier than they are in two thousand, sixteen, hard to believe but true now. What have we here is data blue ballot? I think we kind of bad egg. None of your concerns oh, but it is our consent. See No one votes wig in the fourth ward, but we understand that you might have trouble reading. English, you might not have known that. The whigs ballot is. And the Democrats, yellow. Now, we've cleared that up for you. The yellow ballots are there took. behoove you to get ballot sir. This is America a citizen. Could ever he chooses? For you of for John Job now see had he's got the right idea. We're all democrats here. He's only here for his free beer. Vote for Jerome is a folk pitcher Rome. That makes me feel. All over ish now take yourself caution you. Vote for John Jerome and everything will be just Hunky Dory. Ever. Put Day Fenice. We warned you gotta make an example now. No, no, no, no. No one both wig in ward. Voting was handled differently. In the eighteen hundreds voters had to wait in long lines ballots, often different colors based on who the vote was four and some voting boxes were even made of glass in other words, the secret ballot wasn't that secret. And if you were caught voting for the wrong candidate, you could end up with a black eye more worse. Swing voters sometimes received death threats. Right opinions could be dangerous. Rahman intimidation, voter, fraud and even murder. We're all too common. Some political gangs even stole ballot boxes especially in Baltimore which earned the nickname mob town in the eighteen fifties. Thanks to these very same political gangs, so what does the State of politics in Baltimore have with Edgar Allan Poe well. He was found outside a bar. That was also a polling place. The day after a municipal election at the time, voters were commonly rewarded with free beer for doing their civic duty, so bars were popular polling places now that's one part of the eighteen forties. Politics I wouldn't mind bringing back. Unfortunately, the propensity for drunkenness made voter fraud all too easy voter ID's weren't strictly monitored. In fact, dead men commonly voted in elections. How did they make that one more? The practice was called Qiuping and it was an elaborate form of temporary kidnapping. So similar to Shanghai which we discussed in the last segment, exactly vulnerable men were either drugged or beaten up, and then take into a basement, or other closed off room, known as a coupe, they were held there semiconscious through election day. On Election Day political gangsters were drag cooped men around the city to vote different polling places using different. ID's while cooped. Men would be played with liquor so that they were easier to control and would volker whomever they were told to vote for the Koopman would vote under the names of the deceased, and we're dressed in different close to avoid recognition. It goes right with the phrase that became all. All too common a.
"poe" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly
"Ladies and gentlemen and welcome to Philly Blunt. My name's Johnny Good Times I'm reading. This is Greg and excited to have our guest here on a Wednesday night show rigor Wednesday night, or we have got the one and only Mr in a Po- Allan Poe welcome to the program from problem. John. Yemen, yeah, great to have you lot of a lot to cover Let's start with the past week because you know it's been pretty crazy for all of us here in Philadelphia and I think for a lot of people all across the country I know you made some waves this week. When your new sandwich plates, he said that you are not going to be serving police and didn't know what the inspiration for that was, and what the reaction to plus. Well. I feel like that So. It gets Tuesday of last week and I believed that Monday was teargassing on the highway as Also on Monday was when that had that kind of. Quote Unquote Vigilante thing going on down. vish down. At and I you know I had known. A lot of young moms and stuff like that Kinda like scared by that you know etcetera, and then I have own history for the PB David Pretty extensive. Lock up my sixty five year old diabetic father to the. Bottom line is some called. The storm was like. Can we buy food for the COPS? And I think like literally Kinda just like it just shit out of. It was like almost like. Of the FUCK, no! Same. But, then you know that got my juices flow, and so I started like putting things into like the stories and stuff like that you know, and whatever and you know I, guess that. My Sandwich shop was actually bigger than I ever was now because people don't know like me, you know they just know the food and Shit and then like something happens. That's near and dear to my heart. You know and. I reacted I. I guess I have a lot of people that are supporters of the cops. Someone's screen shot that Shit and then next thing I know where from Bucket Rhode Island Tijuana I'm getting. Messages called my house and on a house. Much store on a book. yelp reviews about calm and to care and their food I couldn't happen A. Few care and the amount of people like. I saw some of them. There's only there's A. Pubic hairs hairs hairs. Absorb it. In their. Left. But you know so that got. That got screen shot and then. I got out a lot of groups that were from whatever side that is and then. Next thing I know I get home fucking day then Philly MAG calls. Allege Get just like 'cause. I was cool. I thought it was playing to my audience. To a certain extent. I realize it the audience of my restaurant. Kinda got bigger than you know the audience in my fucking crazy stupid pochet. And you know I. Guess in certain ways. I cross the line, but you know. When I saw that was going on I, didn't think that morally or ethically like I could like put food in the values of people that were going on the streets like do shit like that two people that were sending out for their First Amendment rights and I was arrested Liberty Bell CACKLED setup put away for three days. I fucked up. SEE CFC CF for fucking like more than two weeks. Where like I met like a lot of young kids? I been in jail like being. Locked, like that for like seven days or something like that all the sudden you start, Fullerton wasn't a young kid, and like what happened you like? You know some bullshit thing. Then he's sitting in there on the two hundred fifty hours or five hundred dollars, and I'm like dude. You should get like smoking blunts a fucking woods like. Chasing chicks not like worried about like how long you've been, you've been down and like. My cellmate was sitting on three years on a kate fucking people's lives like four. You know a dude that is privileged in a lot of ways I've also seen like the wrath of police brutality. The wrath of people coming after people when they speak out for their first amendment rights it. Struck me you know and. I guess you know, but the support was saying you know what I mean like as insane as the other side of it was. The support in the city is insane, and then to turn around and see that many people march on Saturday and be like well. This is how many people like feel the same way that I do. So I was kind of. Of Lake, you know not that I was worried before, but it like solidified the fact that like you know that the movement has moved to the port that is going to get all these different time. motherfuckers up the cavs, because I'm a radical do I've been around crazy active shit like my whole. Let me grief. You've been on my parties and stuff. So like? US IT Cardi. Performing student on these. The Music Party. And it's. Occupied Eliseo so i. feel like dude, but it's like. I do this for ten years and one of my favorite hunter S. Thompson quotes is when the going gets weird weird term. Crow initiative breaks out. Like boom, and even the other night, and other thing that was under my skin hard was. I lived in fairmount. And I went outside. Armored tank on the corner so like my girls yelling at me, I grabbed the ship was like just who I am is coming out gone I start filming, so walk down the street and it was like three tanks, and like Yo. Dude, which is a in your Hasek, we could do shoot yet. I. Look across the street. It was like twelve dues just like storm troopers, and then these three black roads run up and start yelling at the cops, and then they go I turn around and literally pop pop pop top of fucking of rubber bullets I was literally out of my house for like two minutes right? And in all of a sudden storm, troopers across the street come like running and They tackled the three black girls, and they lock them up and aloe from the grace of God is if I ran my baby and my wife to go outside. The, Through my hands in the air, you know and obviously I. Was White didn't know who I was definitely tackled. But you know I felt white privilege like right there you know and. You know I feel like the nominating unique position in the city to be someone that can have a voice that I would never share that article I've not looking for. That was solidarity in me and being around a lot of movements for a long time and understanding that like hey, you know the great now there's going out. That's like Oh. This is how you acted a protest. You're white person, etc, etc, several the stop that they just being around movements like I. Think I've known for years, so they just let I needed just lying myself. I feel like it was extreme. You know but at the end of the day it's on the right side of history and I feel like that people responded. wonderfully, yeah. I wanted to ask you about that because as someone that has been around this for a really long time. How are you feeling about people that are just kind of getting their feet wet with this movement in particular? I mean do came home to Rachel on Saturday I'm like Yo like white people. A fucking pissed off and it was like to see like moms and families in just like regular.
Seattle police chief agrees to ban use of tear gas on protesters amid ongoing demonstration
"No tear gas for a month the Seattle police department suspending its use while they review usage policy SPD had come under fire from outside groups for using tear gas or CS gas at the height of riding this past week there was no incident on record since the WTO protests in nineteen ninety nine when the Seattle police department deployed CS gas for kraken management circumstances as we had to do on may thirtieth chief Carmen best made the announcement Friday afternoon as como Jeff Poe July
"Facebook group that I run for podcasters cold. The Australian podcast is collaborative. It's a group for new podcasters or people thinking about launching their shy right through to season podcasters. And it's a place for you to connect learn and share as you go along the journey so I'd love if you'd like to head over there and join it's cold these striding. Podcast is collaborative now onto today's episode. A list of all the podcasts directories. So when it comes to podcast directories. There's the obvious big four. There's apple podcasts. Spotify Google podcasts and stitch and these four the ones that you really do need to have your Shari's on but there's also a whole lot of other ones and I say this conversation. Come up in the facebook group where people do just put their shows onto the two or three. Oh four main ones and not putting it everywhere else such day. I'm going to run through a list and I will have links to them all in the shower nights and you can add your show that at the end of the day. It doesn't cost you anything. To put your podcast onto these directories so you may as well ask your show this so you can reach as many is as possible. Now before we get into the list you will find that a number of these directories pull the data from apple podcasts. So you may well find that you are already on there but you can also sign up and take ownership of the show on that directory if you WanNa get a little bit more details on the stats and things like that. One thing that you will need to sign up to all of these directories is your RSS Fade which you get in your hosting platform. And once you have that you can go to all of these different directories and sign up so that your podcast is shining. As I mentioned I will have shy nights for these episode. If you go to podcast. Va Dot Com and click on podcast in the menu. You'll be able to go to all of the episodes of podcasting tips and tricks. And you'll find the show notes for this episode. Where they will be links to all of these directories now. I'm not going to go into what offered on H. Of as I'm just going to run through the list. And then as you can find those links and and add your show there so here we go. There's a cost apple podcasts. And of course apple podcasts. We still hear people call it our chains but it is the same thing. People use it interchangeably Blueberry Bullhorn Kost folks Castro Daizo digital podcast. Google play music. Google play music is for. Us and Canada are only Google podcasts. Himalayan iheartradio listen arts overcast. Radio public radio DOT COM Pandora pocket costs poed Bain podcast addict. Podcast land put costs Republic Poe chaser pornograph- plex play. Fm spotify stitcher and tune. In so there is a list of thirty one directories that you should be adding your podcast. You just so you can get as much reach as possible. And I'm sure there's some other places that you can add them as well so please feel free to reach out to me. If there are any directories I have missed off this list and I will. Short added into the show nights as I mentioned earlier all of the links are on the shy nights page for these because I know I run through them very very quickly. And it's a super short episode today but if yet you can find all of those links and if you're unsure how to actually get your show onto the is do a google search and that the though usually find
The Big Debate
"Hello Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to the passing shot tennis caused by fans. My name's Joke Kelly. I'm Kim McKenzie and today on the big debate we're discussing the greatest players to never have won a singles Grand Slam title. Take your seats. Thank you everybody hype you while Hyppia Safe On. What would it be today? The very star of the French Open Garros Second Grand Slam off the season. Obviously we have no live at is to catch up on what main came have decided to do in. This episode is commemorated. The occasion by looking back at some of the best players to have never won a grand slam singles title. And it's nothing is fair to say it's quite Alexi List that we've we've captured and are few surprising. Names bad did about is the yeah. We've had a lot of suggestions for our listeners and followers say thank you very much for sharing your thoughts and we have had some niche suggestion straight in as well. I'm actually trying to think plays on these lists. Yeah A lot. More names came up that I was actually wanting to and I mean really one of the questions is where do you draw the line? How do you quantify like how many slam final how many titles players had to have one career ranking? They had to achieve to cut be considered good enough To have been capable of winning slam. Is it how close they came and in a final. Is it just what they did in terms of the rest of their career that you could kind of define it? Let's say we'll be looking into this more detail but yeah it's it's quite an impressive list of talent on this list and makes you realize actually how perhaps unjust sport can be when some of our favorite players never quite managed to go all the way exactly and as he said I could this list dominate at Alex. Verify think if that career they will at some point be able to kind of break that that grandson duck. We're going to start actually with a really popular answer. The calls one of one of the first thing that came into my head. It was one of the first that came into of our listeners. Had as well and that player is David Nalbandian. Who the me as one of those payers who do not doubt that he had the technical ability to win a Grand Slam. It was more. I think the injuries him. I think this is fiscal outlook or school. He was quite stocky and made. Now bandying was one of those players. Where yes he? He could be anyone on his day. He was let down by injuries. And the fact the his maneuverability around the court wasn't wasn't the greatest. Yeah I would agree. I think now found him probably gave into the list of being too injury. Prone to to capture title assertively. He was around before the dominance of of the big three m federal was kind of coming to the scene of course but Sam either he was before when the era of Jovic in middle kind of say dominating everything when you look back at what he actually achieved. It's very impressive. Though he was the the only Argentinian in history to reach semifinals Al Slams and even just reached semi-finals and more at all is is a feat in itself and oversee most famous he reached the Wimbledon final thousand. T- leasings Lleyton Hewitt which you okay. This was his best opportunity to witness lamb. However I think in this final you look at the score line and it was so comprehensive. He think if he wasn't capable of kind of doing more on the day at such a kind of big opportunity. I know this question marks around kind of whether he really sees the moment because slates near be like six one six three six two very straightforward line and this was the tournament. Schley going back to this two thousand Buddha. The top seventeen seeds were knocked out before the fourth round. It was only Asian. You and Tim Henman. It will get onto later. That actually came through so you think ooh found in. I don't know I guess maybe even getting to the final was a bit of a stroke of luck giving given that he was Didn't he wasn't having to play top top names to get that far. Sipa houses move reflection of that but yes that very consistent across the Sam's reaching the semi of old of them and the fact that he he was able to be the big three as well. I mean we talked about it in a in a recent Poe cost about the fact that he. He's the only player to beat in the Big Three in one tournament. In in Madrid. I think he'd be Federa Djokovic and the Dow so he was able to kind of know only just do it on one occasion. He was able to come string great consistency across. You know what you would need at a grand slam across. Two weeks is just yeah. You almost fell the loss hurdle as he said. He got to the semi finals of L. Better every Grand Slam and I think it's just a bit of a shame that he got so far but doesn't really have a lot to show for it in terms of in terms of actual titles and that two thousand eighteen. Would you look at the George? Dd that kind of that was potentially could have been his. May I know kind of you know? He's up against the world number one. The Best Player Lleyton Hewitt. But certainly you know how to kind of solve easiest drawer to get to the final to go out. So comprehensively was almost shabelle on his part.
2020 NFL free-agency tracker
"We wanna feel free agency continues to roll on cowboys reportedly had former rams kicker Greg zero one three years seven and a half million despite missing nine field goal attempts last season Dallas also reportedly had a defensive tackle Dontari Poe as the biggest free agent signings this offseason Tom Brady leaving New England after twenty years for Tampa Bay bucs head coach Bruce Arians was aghast with tiki barber and Brandon Tierney tiki and Tierney right here on CBS sports radio breaking down process unfolded to win the six time Super Bowl winner I never thought that he would actually leave the right one and then as a drug out you say well maybe there's a chance so we better do our due diligence you know look at all the film great all the quarterbacks which we're going to do anyway and you know I thought as it got closer to free agency there was no way he was signing or they'd already done that so yeah we were waiting hoping that yeah we checked all the boxes and and and had a chance meanwhile won the biggest free agent still remains on the board and that's today be on Clowney some reports of the Seahawks trying to keep clowning in the fold however there are reports of possible planning not to wait until training camp to get a deal done giants continue to work on their roster under new head coach Joe judge returns with tight end Eric Tomlinson would spend three games with
Cowboys Add Former Rams Kicker Greg Zuerlein and Defensive Tackle Dontari Poe
"We have some NFL news the Dallas Cowboys say they have agreed to deals with kicker Greg Zuerlein and defensive tackle Dontari Poe zero line known for his big leg with the rams is seen as accuracy drop off a bit after making thirty eight of forty field goals in twenty seventeen po is a three hundred and fifty pound defensive tackle the cowboys under new head coach Mike McCarthy one add more beef to that defensive line in
"poe" Discussed on Hanselminutes
"The dream right now and very very happy to be chatting with you my My wife and I you know how when you love a show so much that it's like do I Bennett. And then I've done this to myself then. The show isn't the thing you've absorbed. It's a thing you've done to yourself. What have I done to myself but you love it so much? You also want to watch other people watch the show so I I wanna put on craigslist or something. Come and watch this show so I can watch you watch the show. There's nothing creepy about it. Because I want them to go out. And then turn yeah. Yeah that was Co. it's interesting that we we. We haven't come up with skype parties for watching shows yet. Why can't I just call someone say let's push to three at the clapper and we can synchronize our show. Yeah so we can have reactions to each other about why the show and so great. It's a great idea. I'm just saying we could go and patent that right now. So Ultra carbon. I read the books I've watched the show and you play and for the context for the folks that are listening. Who MAY NOT HAVE Watched the show. I would encourage you to pause right now and run off and see that. I can't guarantee there won't be any spoilers. But they'll certainly be thematic spoilers but if I may and you can correct me if I'm wrong. The general structure of this is that in the future. There are these things called stacks which are effectively. Usb for people that Hold D. H. F. Digital Human freight in digital human trait. Is you in a thing? That goes into the back of the neck and it allows us to do things like What's called narrow cast needle needle cast? You can go and basically being yourself another planet because it's too tedious to get on a ship and fly there. We'll just upload planet of course you'd have to put yourself on ice so that your sleeve. Your body is not doubles leave. You don't WanNa have Chris into planets balance and Then it will certainly if you apply capitalism that then really rich people will have the very best backups. Yep Everyone's in the cloud and then you'll never die exactly so then people people who don't ever dire called masts which is methuselah of vital exactly okay but you don't play any of those people no no. I'm an artificial intelligent life form That is taken the existent. Form of Edgar Allan Poe is the identity of the artificial intelligence that you play intrinsically attached at ground how did he existent avoid and then decided this you? Did he pick his sleeve? Yes in for all intensive purposes the artificial intelligent life form. I play Has Gone through many different versions When people watch the show they'll see The floor of the Hotel Raven which I am the hotel. The hotel is me artificial intelligent life form that is serving humans as a hotel That floor Looks like an m c esser piece of art at some point. My artificial intelligent life forum toyed with Being Asher in the books Richard Morgan wrote the hotel as the Hendrix based on Jimi Hendrix. Fortunately for me they couldn't get the rights From the Hendrix estate so they ended up settling on Po for the television show and It's been a joy to be able to play a someone with such depth and Romanticism and darkness and the the fact that there is that back story I think actually expands it makes it even more interesting because Hendrix was certainly complicated. Po is yeah well of background information. Yeah Yeah you know when we started It it all. The process was very quick when we began I got cast and I was pretty much shipped off to Canada We shot in Vancouver BC and immediately diving into all of post work. I knew quite a bit from College and Growing up reading a little bit of Pope but To actually delve into his letters his life it really started to flesh out the idea of what the character and Detroit wants of this character Our in our world as far as the television shows us po in his life was a profoundly prolific but also incredibly sad individual like he couldn't catch a break. Yeah utter failure. He distance himself from most Members of the artistic community by being a bit of an ass And had many enemies and almost every female. His life tragically died and then of course he tragically died. And we're still not sure how the circumstances of his death but he was a beaten to death And founded another man's close On the streets in Baltimore Incredibly drunk on laudanum. So it said Tragic End. He you mentioned that he had issues with the women in his life as mom he is his is his wife. Any relationship with his with women was bad or they died. Yeah his mom died right at the very beginning of his life. She was an actress. Ironically then he was adopted that woman who adopted him who Frolunda purpose was probably the most stable woman in his life. She died He ends up marrying his cousin who happens to be fourteen. At the time years later she dies. You could say the guy just couldn't catch a break but he didn't necessarily put himself in the best position because he was a heavy substance abuse it. Yeah no. He did not make good decisions. There's a depth to the AI of Po. In the in the show. But you didn't bring. I felt the the pain. I didn't feel like there was a pain. In the PO- There was a longing. Well I think that's if you go back and read all of Poe's work that was the thing that I Gleaned specifically was this longing this romanticism even the mask of red death which is such a beautiful story at the very end is it's this Almost tranquil calming. That's not necessarily a good reference in these times of Com Yeah But yet you really see this This there's A. There's almost a sweetness to it and I think he he stills that in his poetry probably better than any American Reiner. I liked that you said that. There's almost a sweetness to it. Because there's a lot of relationships that po the I in altered carbon has primarily with women. Yeah that are incredibly sweet and I kept waiting because I guess I watch too much TV. And I'm just assuming something bad is going to happen for some lurid some gays something lurid or in an uncomfortable and it never came which made me feel that pose as a I was relationships with other is and with people was chased and kind. But there's still a longing but he doesn't know what he longs for the the the searching for what human existences is probably the biggest quest for pose life in the television show and within that he ends up having A young award that he needs to rehabilitate named Lizzie. And when we started to play with that character in the first season I was my job not to make lurid and you wanna be able to root for this character as soon as that. Something as disgusting is that comes through Like this as that's not That's utterly horrifying towards a young woman You WanNa try to push against that and make sure it's really of almost a father daughter relationship. Yeah and to to your credit. I really appreciate how kind and nurturing 'em father like uncle like but but there was also A. There's a pure relationship there because it isn't a simply. I am a parental figure in your life because there's a time where that switches and Miss Elizabeth is really leading you po- yeah through an adventure. Yeah exactly we almost more sophisticated more emotionally hold then in an inner journey totally totally when she flees at the end of season. One spoiler When I cast her upon the array it is a huge jump for her. It's the it's the big life decision that that then propels the rest of the story and the ending of season one. Yeah it's a beautiful little story line between Two characters that Could get very complex but I think at the end of the day is as a story about love. And she is a person who is uploaded into into the machine and she has a for a while no physical body and then she eventually can move around into synthetic sleeves. Yeah Yeah we have since two which is a whole other different part of altered carbon which is really exciting and if we do get a season three that would be really fun to play with. Yeah it'd be interesting to understand now. Your character is an AI. But you're not that kind of typical. Let's like a red dot on the on the wherever you know it's like you're not letting disembodied island travelers or something. You're not how you have a body but it's a nanos swarm of stuff. Yeah Yeah we played with the idea of season two. We definitely played with the idea of a Hologram form and then actual Nanno swarm form so tangible things like my shotgun are Achievable in the Nana's warm forum and then In holographic form we can play with the idea of being present intellectually but not being there physically. Which what does that do to our main character. Takeshi Kovacs Shoo. I'm in service right. And then Coachable actually starts carrying you around or a projector that enables him to quote unquote. Carry around those times you are projection. Yeah but when you are the hotel the hotel is you can manage. We can physically pick things up and hand it to people. Yes and that that changes throughout the season which is really fascinating to see what we could do with. That technology in the third season would be really fun The idea that you're playing in a I though but this there's thirty forty years of a is in film. How do you make sure that you don't fall into a trope? Ai Atropine obvious easy. Trope SOKAIA question. I was such a huge fan of so many of those people who played a is a Brett spiner who played data. I think hung with me When I was a child and I loved next generation as when I was young watching him play a character that never going to be a human and this idea this trope dates back to Pinocchio really where we're talking about Something that is longing to join a world that it can only exist in with rules that were set by the people. Get to live in that world and how we push against that is Having an artificial intelligent life for him that at times seems more human than the people living in this token in society that have been so cut off from themselves by technology. That is the TROPE. I think we do appreciate though the idea that the is the most human of us. All right The other thing that was that in the example of data and other is they're always struggling to become human. They didn't fall into the easy trap of trying to give Poe Abbadi let him long to be human he just longed connection and in the connection would find humanity. Yeah exactly am. It's really a relationship. base story. It's about intimacy. At the end of the day there's a great quote I think it's Junot Diaz The author who says Real love or intimacy. Paraphrasing intimacy is letting someone else find out who you really are and there's th. That's an idea that we played with a lot At the beginning of season for me it related directly to false relationship with Henry or how and Henry parts of one Henry Ford Person. One and two and in Henry. Five that falstaff is A failure as human but how loves him anyway because he sees all of his failures really what drives him to be the individual that he is Po in the in the in the in the show feels like he is introspective. He is thinking about himself. He's he's keeping a stock of where he is in his how he feels and how he how he is. His journey goes but Takeshi. His his The ronin that he follows is utterly unapologetic. Almost has Doesn't care about anything and tolerates PO-. Yeah there's kind of a lapdog thing there but I'm not comfortable with the dog or the pet metaphor right right. Squire is a bit of a square. There's a bit of a Batman or Robin Thing. I think in the In the minds of some of the audience members I've been told that or The one that's been circulating since season two dropped a was I'm a bit of the Tartus and And Takeshi is the doctor who but I think at the end of the day. It's it goes back to intimacy between these two characters in the same way that Poe is trying to find Himself through whether it be lizzy his ward at one point or whether it be dig through a one who shows up in a season to another a Into catchy he he sees a A friend and And Takeshi at some point realizes that the they have an intimate connection. It's season two feels a little bit like a marriage. That's been around for a long time you know. It's thirty years after season one in these Two entities have been travelling the galaxy looking for something and not finding it. And it's a bit like a husband. A wife you know stuck at Disneyland but at the same time there are things happening the relationship with Miss Elizabeth. The relationship like you just said with dig pay by Teen Shabi a very excellently. Everyone poets to interact with people with with entities across the spectrum of what is available in this universe he gets to interact with humans. Interact with people that cleaves. And he has to have his own entire emotional relationship with another guy with no humans around what does dig through. Does this show us? All the is want human interaction. Well I think in the season in season one we definitely saw that A lot of the eyes are have no use for humans anymore. The quite disaffected and and militia soon there's a why the sex clubs or a Some of the houses of ill repute are a Run specifically by is. They are required an emotional attachments and their tools of maths. Who are You know keeping the ninety nine percent down dig throw one was looking for a purpose and it's exactly what she says A dig without a dig because she's actually an excavator and anthropologists as an artificial intelligent life form and she's looking for something to to research or fix or And she finds that in Powell exactly she she finds it as a plot device in the plot and the things that everyone else is trying to excavate but it is in fact..
Cruise industry takes hit as State Department issues warning
"The state department's warning U. S. citizens especially those who have underlying medical issues should not go on cruises due to the heightened risk of contracting the coronavirus The Washington Post Brittany Shammas spoke with como's Jeff Poe July what is been the reaction from the cruise lines and hadn't on made a whole lot of public comment yet about their they kind of they're emphasizing the fact that they had actually a meeting with vice president pence over the weekend where the U. S. electric lines are trying to work together to figure out some kind of solution to keep passengers safe and healthy aboard the ship so their reaction so far has been kind of queue you know points to that meeting and to say that they are you know looking to keep on growing operation zero you know a partnership with the government they also has stressed the fact that there is not restriction on travel for people that want to go they they still can if they want to but what can exit what exactly can the state department in force so you know they can put out these advisories where they tell people you know we we don't think they could idea for you to go right now but at this point you know they're not they're not actually prohibiting people from going there just saying you know we don't think it's a good time for you to do this at this point and then what should you do if you already have a crew scheduled so our understanding is that some of the cruise lines are offering re found refined or they're offering people you know the opportunity that if they want to re schedule Q. maybe later this year that they can do that I have also heard that does that thank you to still go through with their created might have the opportunity to get some upgrades you know if they if they do go on the set but I think you know there's gonna be people that that see this and maybe decide not to go at this point whose line stocks tumbled today along with everything else but they were hit particularly hard with these companies be able to survive I think it's a huge industry and that's an important industry for South Florida and so you know I think there's a lot riding on industry and I've been around for a long time so yeah we'll see it all right that's pretty famous reporter for The Washington Post joining us on the komo news
"poe" Discussed on Far Side Chats
"I being there was no evidence of hydrophobia meaning meaning those afflicted with rabies develop a fear of water and pose reported to have been drinking water at the hospital until his death. The second can't kink is there was no evidence of an animal bite. Still at the time of the Article's publication Jeff terim curator of the Poe House Museum in Baltimore. More agreed with Benitez's diagnosis. This is the first time since Poe died that a medical person looked at posed death without any preconceived notions. Russian's Jerome told the Chicago Tribune in October of Nineteen ninety-six. If he was Edgar Allan Poe. He thinks Oh yeah drugs. Alcohol recall and that would influence his decision. Dr Bennett says had no agenda noma seven brain tumor one of the most recent theories about posed death suggests that the author succumbed to a brain tumor which influenced his behavior before his death. When Pou died? He was buried rather unceremoniously in an unmarked grave in a Baltimore graveyard. twenty-six years later statue was bill honoring Po near the Graveyard's entrance pose coffin was dug up and his remains exhumed in order to be moved to the new place of honor but more than two decades of buried decay had not been Kinda post coffin or the corpse within it and the coffin fell apart as workers. I tried to move it from one part of the graveyard to another little remained of post body but one worker dinner mark on a strange feature of posts goal. Oh amass rolling around inside newspapers of the day claim that the clump was post brain shriveled yet intact after after almost three decades the ground. We apparently know today that the mask could not be posed brain which is one of the first parts of the body to rot. What after death? This is in fact something I did not know nor did I need to know. But that's beside the point. Mattie Pearl an American author who wrote a novel about posed death was nonetheless intrigued by this club. He contacted a forensic pathologist who told him down that while the clump couldn't be a brain. It could be a brain tumor which can calcified after dead into a hard mass. That would make sense since then it would. Radically speaking medically speaking according to sumter Pearl isn't the only person to believe. Po suffered from brain tumor. A New York. Physician once told Po that he had a lesion on his brain that caused his adverse reactions to alcohol. All of that adds up to me. Sounds uh-huh legit. I'm like in theory number seven. I'll keep that in mind okay. Theory number eight the flu a far less sinister theory suggests suggests that poll merely had the flu which might have turned into deadly pneumonia on his deathbed in the days. Leading up to pose departure from Richmond. The author visited a physician complaining of illness his last night in town. He was very sick in a soon to be wife noted that he had a weak pulse a fever and she didn't think that he should take journey to Philadelphia. He visited a doctor and the doctor also told him not travel aval that he was too sick. According to newspaper reports from the time it was raining in Baltimore when Paul was there which could explain why poem found in close not his own the cold and the rain could have exacerbated the flu he already had and maybe that eventually led led to pneumonia. The high fever might account for his loose nations and confusion. Okay also sounds like an acceptable theory. ooh True but then we have theory number nine murder a likely suspect in his two thousand book. Midnight dreary the mysterious death of Edgar Allan Poe author John Evangelist Walsh Presencia. Another theory about Poe's death that Po was murdered by the brothers of his wealthy fiance elmira Shelton you know the soon to be wife mentioned in the flu theory. That girl using evidence from newspapers letters and Memoirs Walsh argues accuse that Poe actually made it to Philadelphia where he was ambushed. By Shelton's three brothers WHO warned PLO against marrying their sister frightened by the experience. PO DISGUISED HIMSELF IN NEW CLOTHES ACCOUNTING FOR IN. Walsh's mind his secondhand clothing and hid hid in Philadelphia for nearly a week before heading back to Richmond to Mary. Shelton Shelton's brothers intercepted Po in Baltimore. Walsh claims beat Po and forced him to drink whiskey which they knew would sin po into a deadly sickness weakness. Walsh theory has gained little traction. Among Po Historians War Book Reviewers Edwin J Barton in review for the journal American Literature Richard Called Walsh's story only plausible not wholly persuasive. Midnight Dreary is interesting and entertaining he concluded but its the value. To literary scholars is limited and Oblique. which feels a little harsh? If you ask me but shocker. They didn't so basically we will never know what happened to cause Edgar Allan Poe to die however I want to leave you with some weird facts that also surround his early demise this first. Let's talk about his cat. He had a quote most beloved tortoiseshell cat named Katharina according to reports Katharina died the same day edgar died first of all. I love that name for cat I know and second of all. Oh that's really mysterious right. It's like she knew second. His Obituary was written by his arch nemesis. Rufus his griswald. which can we just say that the villain name is totally bill named Rufus? griswold no question. He created an entire article all of such slander and liable that. It's kind of disgusting. I mean the man was dead. Griswald have you know decorum do you know. He was probably reasonable. Are Probably a Bar Barn. Barn could be either. Yeah yeah another really sad fact. Only seven people showed up to with funeral. Apparently Po didn't really make a lot of friends in his life. I mean they kinda checks with his stories you know yeah. Apparently he made a lot of people mad. He was Kinda creepy too. Yeah let's be the real. It's Kinda sad super said but filing co didn't let a thing like death get in the way of his writing and the eighteen sixties the medium lizzy dot published poetry. She claimed had been dictated to her by Poe's Ghost his fiancee Sarah Helen Whitman after his first wife's death but before his engagement to elmira Shelton and hired a medium to move in with her because she thought Post Spirit was trying to communicate with her to that is so spooky real spooky. I love it though. It will only be fitting for him. Honestly it really would yeah interesting. So yeah yeah what did he say. I don't know I think most theories have a little bit of merit to them. Yeah I imagine it's a little mix of probably all of them or a lot of them in reality. I could see that. Yeah really really interesting though. Yeah it's so crazy that there's so many different theories and there's just not one one explanation no and it's been so long we're still talking about it. it's crazy.
"poe" Discussed on Far Side Chats
"And Richmond. After making a somewhat miraculous recovery was told by his attending physician that another such attack would prove fatal according to Wiese Paul replied that if people would not tempt him he would not fall suggesting that the first illness was brought on by a bout of drinking those around Po during his final days seemed convinced that the author did indeed indeed fallen to that temptation drinking himself to death as his close friend. J P Kennedy wrote on October tenth of eighteen forty nine and on Tuesday. Last and gir- EPO died in town here at the hospital from the effects of such he fell in with some companion here who seduced him to the bottle which it was said he had renounced some time ago. The consequence was fever delirium and Manus and in a few days a termination of his sad career in the hospital poor po a bright but unsteady light has been awfully quenched. Just the theory that those drinking leads to his death fails to explain his five day disappearance or his second hand clothes on October third and it was nonetheless. A popular theory propagated by SNODGRASS. After Poe's death snodgrass member of the temperance movement gave lectures across the the country blaming posed death on binge drinking modern science however has thrown a wrench in the snodgrass talking points samples of post hair from after his death show low levels of lead which is an indication that Poe remained faithful to his vow of sobriety up until his demise is now. That's a twist did not see coming in that theory exactly same theory number full carbon monoxide poisoning reasoning in nineteen ninety. Nine public health researcher. Albert a argued that post debt was a result of carbon monoxide poisoning. Choice Ning from coal gas that was used for. Indoor lighting during the nineteenth century Donnay took clippings of post pair and tested them for certain heavy metals. That would be able to reveal the presence of cold gas. The test was inconclusive. Leading biographers offers an historian to largely discredit donnas Beeri. It is interesting though that the test was inconclusive. Yes it is but I don't think I don't think there was enough evidence for it to be conclusive right that makes total gas not enough Harris right while donets test S. didn't reveal levels of heavy metal consistent with carbon monoxide poisoning. The test did reveal elevated levels of mercury in post system system months before his death. According to Chris Simpler pose mercury levels were most likely elevated as a result of a a cholera epidemic. He'd been exposed to in July of eighteen. Forty nine while in Philadelphia posed doctor prescribed calomel or four mercury chloride. Mercury poisoning could help explain some opposed hallucinations and delirium. Before his death however the levels of Mercury Korea found impose hair even at their highest are still thirty times below the level consistent with mercury poisoning deering number six. It's my personal favorite rabies in Nineteen ninety-six stocks are are Michael. Benegas was participating in a clinical pathologic conference conference where doctors are given patients along with the list of symptoms and instructed to diagnose and compare with other doctors as well as the written. Didn't record the symptoms of the anonymous patient. Ep a writer from Richmond were clear. EP had succumbed Tarabi's according to E. P. Supervising Physician Dr J. J. Moran EP had been admitted to a hospital. Due to too lethargic and confusion once admitted EP condition began a rapid downward spiral shortly. The patient was exhibiting living delirium visual hallucinations wide variations and pulse rate and rapid shallow breathing within four days. The median length of survival after the onset of serious rabies symptoms. EP was dead scary scary EP. EP Benitez soon found out wasn't just any author from Richmond Poe whose death the Maryland cardiologist. I had diagnosed as a clear case of rabies. A fairly common virus in the nineteenth century running counter to any prevailing theories at the time time Benetton's diagnosis ran in the September nineteen ninety-six issue of Maryland. Medical Journal has been. It has pointed out in his article without DNA evidence. It's impossible to say doubt with one hundred percents certainty that Poe succumb to the rabies virus. Iris there are however a few kinks.
"poe" Discussed on Far Side Chats
"Hey everyone it's Keira it's please and we're back again for another episode of the fireside chats and so excited because we're talking about a conspiracy see today so much fun well the MAG far CIDERS. I love that is wrote. I can't lie it's fun. What are we going to Chit Chat about? I listened to the Tom Hanks Book White. Tom Hanks Book. Oh my gosh you haven't heard of this now. It's called uncommon type. So apparently Tom. Hanks is obsessed with typewriters. Of Of course yeah a little fun fact and so he wrote. It's a compilation of short stories. So I got the audio book version of of this because Hello Tom Hanks reading his own work obvious. Obviously the best thing ever girl. It's so good. It's unlike cut of blown away because literally every story is vastly different. They're all in different years summer like way far in the future like space travel is normal normal. Some are way far in the past like the Chicago. World's fair is in one. Some are very normal every day. Some are super super deep and like introspective The they're very very different. Every single short story is very different. And even though I've been finished reading it now Alfred couple of weeks I like still in thinking about some of the characters and like what is going on in their lives. What's happening since I left off like it's written so Dang well I love those stories? It's so good. It's such a hidden gem and he wrote it tanks. Yeah he wrote all of it. Wow and then and read the whole thing. What a treasure I know? It's it. It's so good. If you like just need a good pick me up kind of book. Yes yes that's the one to go to. It's like they're all in chunks of short stories. Yeah so it's super easy to pick up. Read a whole story. You really haven't spent that much time. Put it back down. Get back to what you're doing but then you'll wanna come back to it because it's so good. I was glad to do that five stars. What's it called? It's uncommon uncommon type uncommon type ahead. Tom Hanks by Tom Hanks. I'll just look up Tom. Hanks okay look. I think you'll love it. I probably will. Yeah because Tom Hanks is just amazing. What can't you do truly truly? I don't know he's a gem. He national treasure. Yes not the movie you know Tom. Hanks Tom Hanks speaking of national treasures friend. Yeah guess what we're talking about today. Tell oh me Edgar Allan Poe. I'm so excited about this one. Yeah so apparently a lot of mystery like Intrigue League when along with Edgar Allan Poe's death that doesn't surprise me in the least not at all. He wrote it a lot in his stories. It's true if I recall correctly. Do I do recall correctly. Also fun fact about this. I have visited his grave site anyway. It's really really cool to visit in Baltimore. Yeah Yeah I can see actual like house that he grew up bin L.. They had the hours really odd so I never. I didn't get a chance while I was there. But Super Super Coal Gravesite. That is really cool. Yeah his body apparent. When I was researching his body was moved like a couple times interesting? Yeah and then like they had to raise money for that monument. That wouldn't surprise me. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And then. They moved his first wife Spotty to like be next to his but then the person who moved it like kept the body who do. Yeah I guess it was just bones at that point but like kept it for a little bit. I don't why would you do that maybe Frankenstein project. I don't know that's bizarre is in the he also has a very large forehead. I would agree with that no question. Yeah just look up pictures. We've also got him on the website but like very largely for a karaoke but he's got a very large forehead mercer totally does like six. Ed Us yes yeah..
"poe" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"The three Po children were split up his older brother went to Baltimore name Edgar Allan Poe comes from his foster family the child actors they never did adopt him school there the Alan Residence was located Surkov guy older students would have already been things mummies gothic novels and his mother were helping to turn oppose coming up edgar that's just ahead on this American icons our about the tales.
Allen POE discussed on BBC World Service
"At Allen POE, he's famous prime the raven which brought him international acclaim his groundbreaking foray into detective fiction with the murders in the room walk under another innovation. His contribution to the emerging genre
"poe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"That would be virtuous signaling either way love the show i saw in san antonio and it was the funniest stand up i've been to hailu safina yes thank you david thank you san antonio sucker well i like the distinction you made people saying something without being prompted that makes sense to me what a good example right like like it'd be ridiculous if during you know today's episode on edgar allan poe i suddenly out of nowhere stops say hey you know what you guys i was just told that rogue warlords or killing kids in africa and i just got to say i don't like it it's not cool shouldn't kill kids should make him fight wars it's wrong i don't care what people think about that is not fucking cool so anyways what podium as far as increasing a character psychological presence yeah that's that's a great that's a great way to determine what virtue signal is when it's without being prompted people just randomly throwing in like i don't like that's bad a lot of warranted french pronunciation updates rolling in from joan of arc suck i one from time sucker john harvey johnson lord succoth tune in my moderately distant past i managed to accumulate a number of music degrees so i can actually help you out on the composer's name the joan of arc suck the pronunciation is guillaume day must show guillaume show jio she'd be genome they may show yeah there we go hard jesus and goes through guests and he said a genome is is french for william his music is actually really trippy he's famous because he was one of the first people in europe to write anything that sounded like that give it a listen keep sucking john thank you john thank you for that help i did listen and it is pretty trippy i could only take a few minutes of listening to genome here in the suck dungeon feels like it should be listened to and like a giant cathedral or on some medeeva battlefield maybe music you listen to you when you made love to medieval maiden inside some castle in the fourteenth century.
"poe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"To me there's got to be like top ten as far as recognizable because i don't know shit about poetry and i and i know that one a horror poem what a cool concept then affecting the baltimore ravens actually named after that poem not kidding football team named after a poem initially they had their three bird mascots were named edgar allan poe then after the two thousand eight season ended edgar allan were retired even pose a sole mascot of the baltimore ravens for the two thousand nine season just random trivia pose joined by two real live ravens rise and conquer wanna hear a little bit of the raven do you might not know it but you do it about a young man trying to forget the recent death of his beloved written by a man living with his soon to be dead beloved some creepy talking to creepy talking raven shows up informs the young man he will not be reunited with his lover in heaven th raven seems to possess you know his soul or at least blocked the rising of souls lift a open to interpretation it's fucking poetry so it's hard to say here goes my sample reading of the little of the first chunk of the raven once upon a midnight dreary while i pondered weak and weary over many acquaintances curious volume of forgotten lore while i nodded clearly napping suddenly there came a tapping as of someone gently rapping rapping at my chamber door tis some visitor i muttered tapping at my chamber door only this and nothing more distinctly i remember it was in the bleak december and each separate dine ember wrought it's ghost upon the floor eagerly i wish the malraux vainly i had sought to borrow from my books or cease of sorrow sorrow for the loss lenore for the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name lenore.
"poe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"And then unable to handle his liquor became madly drunk and then he left to wander the streets in his drunken state he was robbed and beaten by ruffians some somebody fucking ruffians in baltimore apparently the town was rough long before the wire just nothing but fucking ruffians an alternate beaten theory involves the practice of qiuping which i'd never heard about this should so interesting to me so bizarre and it seems that most historians give this cause of death kind of the best vegas odds of having happened qiuping was a method of voter fraud practice by gangs by ruffians and the nineteenth century where an unsuspecting victim would be kidnapped disguised and forced to vote for a specific candidate multiple times under multiple disguise entities 'cause they didn't have ideas back then so voter fraud extremely common extremely common in baltimore around the mid eighteen hundreds and the polling sites where walker found the disheveled po was a known place where cooper's brought their victims the fact that paul was found delirious on election day is no coincidence perhaps and and this also explains better than other theories why he was wearing somebody else's closed the time his death you know they might have just you know throw him in a new clothes can you don't want to vote slap them around a little bit making vote again you know get him get him drunk make him drink a little bit throw him in a new outfits laugh around and eventually they ended up kind of beating him to death over the years the qiuping theory again become to be one of the most widely accepted explanations for his strange demeanor strange behavior and cause of death before prohibition voters were given alcohol after voting sort of reward and if poe had been forced to vote multiple times in a coupon scheme you know that might also just kind of help.
"poe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Just like fall in love with one kit which is still fox out but is it again so much harder for me to condemn this when it's not some stranger like popping out of a van molesting kid after kid so much more confusing when there's an element of what seems to be genuine love is misguided as i believe that you know that love is how well however must have a was posted it and then po tried to obtain a teaching position at richmond academy to take care of your family literally young family his second cousin neilson poe who had married for gina's half sister offered to take virginia in and care for her till she reached a suitable age for marriage as thirteen on august twenty ninth eighteen thirty five paul wrote his bride to be this is such a messed up sense this is what he wrote his bride to be virginia my love my own sweetest sissy my darling literal wifey think well before you break the heart of your cousin fuck throw up how do you read that sentence and think and not think just own my god what am i doing with my life this is terrible this is really bad i'm a cousin fucker i'm a young cousin fucker young cousin sissy fucker why don't why don't i don't need to write about monsters i am a monster may sixteenth eighteen thirty six to thirteen and a half year old virginia mary's the twentysevenyearold old and then po buys or some lingerie for the honeymoon but she declined to wear it saying she'd feel more comfortable in some winnie the pooh pooh chance she would rather wear footy pajamas at that's okay show also do clint declines his offer of wine and favor of some tropical capri sun clearly i made it laundry part and obviously decree capri suns we're not around there just so messed up plo does genuinely adore virginia he stretches income to help virginia pursue lessons in voice and piano po himself tutors sir in the classics algebra dick teachers her in dick.
"poe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Po earned a sum total of six thousand two hundred dollars for all the fiction he ever wrote total over about two decades he made a total of one hundred ninety one thousand dollars adjusted for inflation over two decades that is that's less than ten thousand dollars a year he was a tortured artist who led it tortured artists life now let's examine that life in detail with today's time suck timeline wrap on those boots soldier where martin down a time summertime line edgar was born on january nineteenth eight zero nine in boston massachusetts he was born edgar poe the middle name will come later and we will see see why soon hear his parents were actors during an age when they didn't really make much money either so the life of struggling artists was something not totally foreign to plo was in his dna his father was twenty five year old david poe junior a man from baltimore who trained to be a lawyer but abandoned his family's wishes for him to actually work as a lawyer when he became a stage actor in boston he was was an alleged alcoholic who abandoned his wife and child in eighteen ten when edgar was only a year old and then is rumored to have died of consumption to close the following year in eighteen eleven consumption man be a big theme eggers life unfortunately it would affect his life greatly we talked about at length and one of my favorite socks the doc holliday suck bonus episode sixteen is.
"poe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"We liked dark tales here on time suck stories of murderous serial killers and accounts of coleaders madness a some of our most popular episodes and i get it fierce fun when the danger isn't right there in front of you sites had that little drennan spike we'll edgar allan poe clearly loved a little feared himself he put that primal emotion in so much of his literary work po didn't kill anybody or at least according to most historians go mad but he loves spin a dark tale he's considered the founder of the modern psychological horror tale many literary giants of today consider him to be the world's first true suspense author he's the inventor of the detective novel considered to be the inventor of the the the modern short story in america as well the godfather of the spooky mystery he wasn't just a mystery slash suspense writer ads the author many consider to be today's master of suspense and horror steven king he was the first high praise and yet he toiled in poverty for pretty much his entire adult life he was miserable for most of it po is so ingrained in us so deeply encoded into our cultural dna that we no longer recognize him says louis bayard whose novel the pale blue i puts the center of mystery during his days as a west point cadet and yet whenever we write a mystery whenever we write horror whenever we write sciencefiction whenever we write about of session we're following in his tracks i liked the thought about no longer even recognizing influence po has over us you know we're all the all the sums of our influences but we often don't realize you know what those influences are who they are all use myself as an example of this i knew very little about po before this past week but now it's clear to me that he has influenced me lot i'm fascinated by the world around us but more with the dark side of human nature than the uplifting a lot of times guessing you might be to the first author i fell in love with his kid the man who sent me riding my bike to library time and time again re.
Turkey seeks to extend state of emergency for 7th time
"Heartburn again feeling better much better that was fast kick acid and gas with rolaids advanced firefighters still working to contain wildfires in western oklahoma that started late last week scorching hundreds of thousands of acres to people have been killed over thirty homes destroyed the us state department has now sent a message to the government in ankara turkey regarding an american pastor andrew brunson who's on trial there john clemens has details the statement rage we have seen no credible evidence that mr bronson is guilty of a crime in our convinced that he is innocent the pastor from north carolina is facing a thirty five year prison sentence in turkey responding and for being a terrorist pastor brunson's case brought this response from chairman dr danielle mark of the us commission on international religious freedom we know that if the situation doesn't improve in this trial doesn't start heading in the right direction it quite likely that stronger action yet is going to come out of washington i'm john clemens accurate harry anderson has died the sixty five year old found dead in his home in asheville north carolina yesterday morning best known for playing judge harry t stone in the eighties sitcom night court i'm gonna find the defendant guilty of assault and battery and mr gunther i'm gonna give you two days in the slammer because you've got to learn that this is not funny no matter what you think of the man's musical talent so what do you say that no cause of death has been released but foul please not suspected for usa radio news i'm chris barnes if ernest hemingway was alive today would he say this to you shakespeare mark twain edgar allan poe all great writers and after reading.
"poe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Me telltale heart the telltale heart by edgar allan poe through nervous very very dreadfully nervous i had been inam but why we you say that i am mad the disease had sharpened my senses not destroyed not dulled them above all was the sense of hearing acute i heard all things in the heaven in the earth i heard many things in hell how them mi nad harkin and observe how helpfully how calmly i can tell you the whole story it is impossible to say how first the idea entered my brain but once conceived it haunted me day and night object there was none passion there was none i love the old man is never wrong me he had never given me in salt for his gold i had no desire i think it was his ri yes it was this he had the eye of olter a pale blue wi with a film over it whenever it fell upon the my blood ran cold and sold by degrees very gradually i made up by mind take the life of the old man and thus rid myself of the eye forever now this is the point you fancy me mad men known nothing but you should have seen me you should have seen how wisely i preceded with what caution with what foresight with what the simulation i went to work i was never kinder to the old man the during the week before i killed him at every night about midnight i turn the latch of his door and opened it old so gently and then when i had made in opening sufficient for my head i put in a dark lantern all close clothes that no light shone out and then i thrust in my head or you would have laughed to see how cunningly i thrusted in i moved its slowly very very slowly so that i might not disturbed the old man sleep it took me an hour to place my whole head within the opening so far that i could see him as he lay upon his bed uh what a madman have been so why's is this and then when my head was well in the room i undid the lantern cautiously oh so cautiously cautiously a hinges creeks i did it just so much that a single thin rave fell upon the volts your eye.
"poe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And welcome back to coast to coast george noory with you i will always remember as a kid some of the old time radio shows that when we back and you know you just like your mind wander in think and it was just the something else not nestle surely before television but the during that era were they still had some old programmes swelled some time ago i produced a cd that the folks in hollywood set won't this was would be great doing some alltime shows and no one of them included of course edgar allan pole and his tell tale heart the telltale heart by edgar allan poe true nervous very very dreadfully nervous i had been in elm but why will you say that i am mad the disease had sharpen my senses not destroyed not dulled them above all was a sense of hearing a cute i heard all things in the heaven in the earth i heard many things in hell how them mi mad harkin and observe how healthily how calmly i can tell you the whole story it is impossible to say how i the idea entered my brain but once conceived it haunted me day and night object there was none passion there was none i love the old man it never wrong me he had never given me in salt for his gold i have no desire i think it was his are yes it was this he had the eye of voter appeal blue wi with a film over it whenever it fell upon the my blood ran cold and short by degrees very gradually i need a by mind take the life of the old man and flush rid myself of the i forever now this is the point you fancy me mad mad men known nothing but you should have seen me you should have seen how wisely i proceeded with what caution with what foresight with what the simulation.
Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven
"A magazine editor writer and poet living in baltimore maryland was faulted into international stardom when his poem involving a bird became an international hit can you name the poem and the poet edgar allan poe became a household name soon after his poem the raven was published the poem involves grieving narrator who grows increasingly upset by a raven that has taken up residence in his house the bird seems to speak answering all of the narrators questions with a single famous word never more speaking of birds