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The Entomology of Boycotts
"I bring you interesting words and you may know all of them That have roots and a person's name, so if you remember quiz from last year i mentioned gerrymandering from Massachusetts governor l. Eldridge Gerry and the shape of voting districts kind of looked like a salamander Boston globe picked it up ran with became the gerrymander. And that's jerry me today. I really hope that some town in that in that area has a salamander mascot named Jerry. Oh that would be amazing right like of all the missed opportunities--ya so well are words today. Come also from people's names so our first one which i find really exciting well. I don't know if i told you this. I know i did on our previous show. But i don't know about the show but i went to ireland once on my honeymoon and scotland early. Yeah but this. This actually comes to us from irish irish. An irish word. The irish invented boycotting because of the english thousand percents. Yeah okay this all started in eighteen. Eighty when charles stewart parnell whom i've never heard of but was a pretty popular. Irish member of parliament named parliament after sir parlor apart so he decided that the english government had failed them in their time of need and they must seize control of their own destiny. This was not long after the potato famine. When you know. The brits really did nothing when they knew there was a problem and actively chose to ignore it while one third of the irish population starved to death. And then they that whole came in. Yeah we're assholes. So arnelle was the son of a protestant landowner who organized the rural masses into agitation against the ruling landlord class so the brits mostly the landlords owned everything. They were jacking up rent. They're throwing people out on the streets. Just terrible terrible people so kind of started. This movement called the three apps he wants fixity of tenure a freedom to sell and fair rent so these are all just people won't be affordable human rights. The same problem we're facing today.
Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump
"Wisconsin's two largest counties completed ballot recounts today, confirming President elect Joe Biden's win by some 20,000 votes there, and Sarah Schneider of member station W. E s a reports Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit that sought to declare millions of mail in ballots in the state unconstitutional. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell, a Republican who led an unsuccessful bid to unseat US representative Connor Lamb were among the plaintiffs. The suit cited issues with law enacted a year ago that let Pennsylvanians vote by mail without an excuse. The state Supreme Court dismissed the case because they say the suit wasn't filed in a timely manner. Days ago, the Republican State Court judge handling the case agreed to halt further certification of the vote count. Governor Tom Wolfe and Secretary of State Kathy Book far appealed to the state Supreme Court, saying the suit could interfere with the state's ceding its electors
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dismisses Sean Parnell's Request To Declare Mail-In Voting Unconstitutional In State
"Court is tossed out an election case over the Keystone States mail in ballot. Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled the plaintiffs waited too long to bring the lawsuit looking to overturn the 2019 law regarding mail in ballots. Pennsylvania GOP congressional candidate Sean Parnell was one of the plaintiffs. Now many in the media are portraying this says Hey, you know, Sean Sean, as a plaintiff in this lawsuit wants to throw out 2.5 million mail in votes. No, that's not the case that we're trying to make. Case that we're trying to make is that unconstitutional election laws this in franchise, all P a voters. Are now recently lost his election bid against the incumbent representative Connor Lamb. Congress
"parnell" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"That's why I think one of my favorites superman story ARCS is the injustice comex. Where where the joker tricks superman into doing something that he regrets in a big way in totally agencies worldview in non not. So now you have this guy that is just He's he's he thinks what he's doing as well intention. But really what he becomes is is a dictator in oppressive dictator and nobody can beat him and so he's much more input. He's bats more interesting is very interesting like that because now you have all these human superheroes, Neva pupil with fantastical abilities that can't beat them, and then you have, and then you have him superman who was convicted that he's doing the right thing but really is just a an oppressive Hitler, a dictator. Right. The violence from the face of the Earth so. There's a lot of gray area in that and had to do that. Yes. That's why that's my favorite superman or you know but he I, agree, I. Agree. Batman is also one of my favorites as well. Just because he's a human, you know exactly his brain is is is his superpower. Yeah well, I, imagine to your ability to give a character edges to illustrate how Eric's deal in this case, for example, is a good guy but you don't just say that you illustrate that I imagine this is what makes you a great campaigner as well because you understand the power of story I see you. We've your military and combat experience into everyday situations that will relate to people in that make you. I wouldn't say. More likable necessarily but more relatable and human that people can actually connect with on a on a relatable level as opposed to somebody WHO's trying to present themselves as perfect or having everything figured out of. It exactly I mean yeah we'll stories I mean look stories are everything. You know we all have a there's a phrase out everybody has. At least one book in them and their own life stories. Stories are house human being beings make meaning of their own life experiences. If you don't have me look Republicans are guilty of this all the time they get up there at the podium and they say, you know you use Martin. These Martin Luther King is an example somebody who like an. Civil Rights leader. He said I had a dream right and he was able to get five hundred thousand people on the Washington mall before emails are phones really before cell phones because people also had a dream and they believed what he believed and Simon Senate talks lock about a lot about this you know but Republicans they get like nobody's inspired by I have a ten point plan right But Martin Luther King was he he cultivated that ability to dream through creating story right a a narrative a story around what he believed knows beliefs became his dream right in Republicans. They tend to be like very logical and it has to rational there has to be a reason for this dollars and sense and all this other stuff, and by the way is very, very important. It's critical. But Nobody's inspired by up on a powerpoint they this is my ten point plan. So story is everything right contextualising things for people in a way that they make mean in of their own life experience is really really important and so. You can't extricate yourself from your own story and so for me, it's just about you have to be able to tell her story and articulated people. So people when I speak people people here my story, they might not have the same experience that I do but they say, oh my gosh, I felt like this at this moment in my life and I get where he's coming from there. So we all we all have our own store. So you have to be able to Taraf. What you do in a story it's stories are everything and. That, that's part of the reason why I love writing fiction so much it's I. Love creating a world. I. Love Creating characters who all have their own history and their own psychology and their own motivations. It's just it's just so fun. It's so so fun. While you're good at it man you're really good at it. I'm excited for not only not only your books but then what you what you've got in the works with with your political aspirations and man just really. Back to what it is not I'm feeling good about it. I'm feeling good about it. You know, I'm I'm excited about what's in store and I'm excited about who you are and how you're going to serve the the the people that you're elected to serve. It's it's exciting times for sure. Thank you. It's a blessing to have the opportunity to Serban. It's it's. It's a dream to write fiction just is it's just I. It's one of those things I've always aspired to do and. Be Able to have the opportunity to do it now it's just awesome. That umbrella well, like I said, I want to be respectful of your time. I want to get you out of here. So you can get to your your fundraiser, your lunch, and that you have really appreciate our friendship looking forward to continue in. Seeing how everything goes man and happy to and honored to support you as well are brother I'll talk to you soon and then we'll talk soon. All right take care. A. Gentleman there you go my conversation with one and only Sean Parnell I. Hope you enjoyed it regardless of what side of the political aisle you sit on anytime. I have somebody who is has has has a bias towards one side or the other of the political aisle on the political spectrum always. Tried to be as unbiased as I can and. represent a fair. Conversation. Representing as Best I can't both sides of the aisle because I think there's pros and cons to. All of our ideas and the way that we show up and the things that we think and so hopefully. Give you some different considerations and perspectives to consider as we head into a deeper into the election cycle It's very very important that we elect the right men into leadership positions. I obviously, the the future of this country is depends on US electing those leaders who we feel are going to lead this country in in the best place, and that's why I'm not going to shy away from these conversations. But again I do try to present them in a fair way anyways I. Hope you enjoyed Let's see what do want you to do check out the store check out the.
"parnell" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Minority communities have our country right disproportionately affected in. So this to me presents a tremendous opportunity for unity like at least we should be able to come together against writing looting while while also recognizing the importance of. A Justice for George Floyd's family nobody especially by the way. Good police officers I've talked to so many police, officers that watch that are like. Oh. My God. That's wrong. Everyone thinks that it's wrong. So why can't we even come together on looting the writing, and so when I when I say this Ryan Like there has to be some level of accountability right? Like if we if I see something within my own party that's wrong or see something. I'm going to call it out just like being a father of small children like when you're raising kids and they do something wrong or they've not had to earn something with anything, they take it for granted especially if there's no level of accountability so I'm always careful because I don't want to throw political jabs like you're not gonNA. See me out there. I don't like the idea of criticizing Joe Biden because I feel because people like always not mentally dare he's lost a step I like that because that's not right like. I feel bad for him. You know I I'm not sure that that they should have put him in that situation to begin with. I tried to be different from everybody else in that way while simultaneously bringing a level of accountability both Democrats, if I see them doing something wrong and the Republicans like. A Pennsylvania there are a lot of Blue Collar Union people here in western Pennsylvania Republicans have the reputation of sort of being over the last several decades. Anti Union will guess what I'm pro worker man I come from a half of a Family Unit Democrat family and I know my grandfather busted his. And help make this community into what it what it is. Today it. I'm going stand with the workers. I'm sorry that's in the at my party does something that runs contrary to that. You Bet your ass I'm to stand up against them at this is called being the leader man that's called being a voice of the people. I. Don't and I said this on the last show and I stayed everywhere I don't care about the political solution. To the problems that we face today, I care about the right ones because that's what leaders do. That's well said and I think we need more people who who are willing to do that. Unfortunately, it just doesn't seem like people are willing to do the right thing to take like you said, take the rioting and the looting vandalism and destruction. I mean come on this isn't about George Floyd anymore. People's houses are being burned down businesses are being destroyed. Your items are being stolen. What does that have to do with any sort of police brutality or or racial injustice like it's well beyond that at this point I cut a video that said that there's a war going on in this country whether we'd like to admit it or not guess what everything that I said in that video is true. The people by the way you think I cut that video just because I i. personally. I do personally believe that but. Who what I, what I stand for is drawn from the people that I talked to Democrats Republicans are like this is crazy i. don't want this stuff in my neighborhood. I've got kids that play outside you. I'm worried for their safety I don't want my house burned down with my children in it will leader please stand up and condemn this, and so you know what happened to me for saying that I had to hit pieces written on me from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette say all you know Parnell and the ad was dark. It was provocative. It's like, yeah, it was provocative. It was intentionally provocative. Guideline Yeah and say, Hey, wait a second like. Looting and rioting is no place for that in our country and by the way tearing down statues of Teddy Roosevelt and and and Saints Catholic Saints in Christopher. Columbus I'm sorry that's my history to you don't get to do that. You don't get to make that decision for me, and so you know what it's. It's important to recognize what that's all about Ryan being from Pittsburgh. It's like look where all steelers fans, right We wear our jerseys to church on Sunday. But if if people came along and said, you know what all those seventy super bowls, steelers want all the blood sweat and tears investment super bowls by the fans the coaching staff and the players did not happen right and we're GONNA take the Super Bowl trophies, outta Heinz field. We're GONNA take those players out of the hall of fame. We're GONNA pretend like a seventy didn't happen. Of, course, everybody that grew up a steelers fan is gonNA still love them because being a fan as into the very fabric of our DNA Guess What my children didn't have that experience will love them less in the next generation after that. Probably, not at all, and while Republicans and Democrats quibble over what statute should be torn down. The long game that these people are playing by a racing art history is making a lot easier to change two or three generations from now by. By by setting the conditions for people, the subsequent generations love our country less in an I I'm not okay with that. You know because you know people that are race history are doomed to repeat it and yet while America is certainly not a perfect country, we've made our mistakes. I. But I believe that this country is exceptional precisely because we always seek to to to you know make course corrections. You know while Slip Avery was legal was was common practice all around the world. This country fought a war they gave hundreds of thousands of America's sons and daughters to the right just 'cause the end. I'm sorry I think that's pretty darn acceptable. So are perfect note. But show me a country who is perfect and so Yeah. I mean I stand up and I find those cultural battles because I think they're important for subsequent generations because that's our job is to make sure as parents right. But also leaders of a families and leaders in our communities to make sure that our children inherit a better country than we have, and if we don't stand up and fight for that country and what was in the best interest of that country. Again, recognizing that we we have black marks in our history that of course, we need we should be proud of, but we always seek to rectify the..
"parnell" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Not Happening, but then it. Wasn't running last year. So who knows man does? Crazy Times. Has. been. Any interest options for a Netflix series or anything like that to develop the book into a show? A series of movie there has been there has been as well as. Tune but I haven't pulled the trigger on any because I wanna make sure that the creative integrity of the project is is is protected. You know so it's not really about the money to me it's about getting it right and so but there has been. So hopefully hopefully, you'll see something within you know within my lifetime with not not just the Eric Steele Saga but also without Alberton. Yeah now have you have you thought ahead now getting elected into and being a congressman? Are you still going to have time to be able to put out more books or you have to put down old? Well, right now I'm just I'm just focused on winning. I'm like one day out. You know I'm working on the fourth book now I think it's going to be really good but yeah, I haven't given. I honestly haven't given that any thought whatsoever. None. Whatsoever. and. What's IT called What is the What is the campaign game plan and no you're hitting hitting it pretty hard. We got a short run here till November. Now, what kind of Game Plan? As the campaign I mean, we're just we're just doing all the hard unsexy work of getting out there in the middle of a crazy pandemic and you know that the pandemic by the way through Renton our plans, right? Like no more big rallies no more in person events for for at least a couple of months. So you know we're getting creative we're doing a lot of. Zoom events, skype events. But now just starting to get back out there you know doing we're going door to door were knocking on doors were meeting people were doing backyard, meet and greets everything's outside. Everybody can say spread out the name of this game is to meet the people be there by in for the people in represent them. So that's what we're GONNA do we're GONNA work our? Opponent from now until election day and just continue to fundraise outraged in the second quarter. It's really difficult for challenger to outrage incumbent but we did it and that's a testament to the people that are on board with this movement contributing to my campaign ultimately. Alek I'm just a small part of this man like you know I'm very small part of a much larger movement and you know It's a blessing. It's a blessing to even have the opportunity to serve again, it really is, and so we're just going to keep working hard from now until election day give this district people definitely fun to watch I bring it back to you is a down year. What what would you say the top values that you're hoping to instill in your kids as they grow up Your Sean? You know hard work and perseverance I, try to teach them to be positive been sometimes sometimes that's not easy. Man I. Think People Forget how difficult it is to be a kid you know and all the stressors that they that we faced in school I gotta tell you bro Thank God. We not have social media grown up. I mean can you imagine I mean it's just everything right now is immensely more complicated for kids are expected to grow up far faster than we were and this pandemic. I feel bad for everything was taken away from their friends, their sports, their school. And you know the pandemic is sort of esoteric concept of virus out there could get you sick in the kids are like. WanNa play sports there's their little right and so have a difficult time understanding. So for me being positive the understanding and recognition that life throws you curve balls right and you just have to keep swinging for the fences you have to keep working hard you have to keep trying because you know staying positive That will allow you to do some truly extraordinary things in this world. If you just put your nose to the grindstone, stay focused on the mission and ultimately getting the job done, it will pay dividends in this country. Yet very well said, and and the last thing going to hit you with Sean is the third time hitting you on and you probably touch on a little bit there with your last statement. What advice do you have in the new dad or for that about to be father WHO's out there listening I'll tell you people, people ask people ask me all the time. What's what's what's more difficult one kid or two kids with the transition right one to two to three and I always say zero to one man like you know you go from no kids a complete lifestyle shift to you drive down to the hospital with two people right and two days later drive home with three. Act just happened to my like. But my advice to new dads is just enjoy it. Love it. You know because it just seems like yesterday I was hold my oldest kid he's eleven hold my oldest kids in my arm just like looking at him thinking I cannot believe him dad love every second it used to hear my parents say, Hey, while you're my grandparents well, they grow up so quickly and I? Used to laugh at that, it's so cliche but there's a reason why it's it's Cliche. It's true. Enjoy the time with your little kids. You know do everything you can to spend real quality time with them. You know because those are the moments that they're going to remember and they're going to build. They're they're going to they're going to build their life upon those memories so. Just. Take brass you now and do everything. You can to spend time with and be win truly be with your kids because that that will pay off that will pay off in the long run and you don't get that time back with them. Yeah. Very well, say one true Patriot available now is in the description of the podcast episode candidate, Sean, Parnell? Congressman Sean Parnell you DADS out there Pennsylvania going to hit the polls get Sean Parnell elected. This has been an honor for me. Show I. Love having you on the podcast. Thank you so much your first class father. Thank you so much. You give me a few minutes time here. I fathered kidding me we'll. We'll do it again. Next year I love being here with you thanks Bro..
"parnell" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Maybe because they know that that makes them look bad, and so I guess I'll end it with like. It is certainly possible to feel compassion for it feel heartbroken I. For the loss of life in also care for the also care for the police right like we can do both, and that sort of where I am on the subject, but. Had to speak out on, it just had to yeah. Yeah no I. Appreciate you sharing. I mean I know these are sensitive subjects and certainly questions. You'll get asked more as you get further down the race, leading up to November but. Yes, it's a pretty unfortunate situation you talk about holding these people accountable and I think we need to. I, think the police department needs to the police. Force generally needs to because if you don't, it undermines the integrity of law enforcement officers throughout the country like they should be policing themselves your right, and if you read their use of force guidelines for the what is the Minneapolis? Police there's nothing in the use of force guidelines that says a knee on the carotid artery is acceptable. Nothing in there and so. You know yes, we need. We need to hold those gentlemen accountable and we need to do everything we can The delivered to deliver justice for the family I mean. I've seen a lot of terrible things in my day. You know in in combat in watch Tumen beings terrible things to one another, but that was that was up. There was a pretty bad thing that that I. witnessed was pretty terrible and like I, said I'm not. I'm not saying that the that the officers don't deserve their day in court they do. They deserve the opportunity to defend themselves. And I'm certainly not trying to jump the judgment, but. I can say certainly that that man did not deserve to die. Tough situations. There's some real real. Real tough situations that we all need to deal with so I appreciate men like you stepping up and being willing to have those conversations and to do that work. We certainly need honorable men, moral men capable men like yourself. Leading this country in the right direction, thanks brother. I appreciate it. I I. You know I. Tell You I. Don't know I'm not always going to have the right answers I'm not even always going to have the answers, but. You Bet that I'm going to work hard to get them. You know and. You can bet that I'm always going to do right by the people, so yeah, you know. I I appreciate you having me on I, really do I know that I'm being running for political office. Probably that you probably don't have my kind of guests on all the time, so I appreciate I don't know that I ever have. To this point now where you know. I I guess it's just my motive to Piss people off at this point I guess I don't know. It seems like that seemed to be the trend over the past several weeks, so I figured. Let's just keep rolling with it. That's great. That's great man, but I appreciate it. I really do I mean yeah, you know, and I love the I. Love Watching your show anytime. I'll be there for you. Bro, thanks, man, good well. I appreciate you, thanks. Thanks for taking your time I know you're busy and wish you all the luck and success as you lead up to the span. Thanks, thanks all right. I'll talk you later. Gentleman there you go my conversation with the one and only Sean Parnell hope you enjoyed that. One Shawn's such a humble guy very down to earth very reasonable in his approach to life in politics and him, being a father and husband, just a member of his community, some man in general and I think you'll agree whether you agree with his politics or not that he's level headed that he had some good things to share and. Got Me thinking about politics in general have always dismissed and rejected politics, but. It's becoming. Clear to me that maybe this is something that I ought to look into a little bit more in maybe you to in your own area. I don't I. Don't think we can absolve ourselves of the responsibility of. Leading our communities, our cities or municipalities, and even the even the federal government it's it's painful what we're experiencing now and I think the way one of the ways that we impact changes by getting involved so out the spark some thoughts and ideas for you. In got you thinking about getting involved in the power of of genuine men who are honorable and committed and dedicated what they can actually do when they throw their hat in the ring. And get involved with their with their politics, local state and federal leadership so there it is give me some feedback. Guys, let me know hit Sean up on Instagram on twitter. I think is most active I'm on instagram mostly in twitter as well both at Ryan, mettler, which thought about the show on the conversation. And what? You're going to be taking away what you're going to be applying if you have. Recommendations for podcast. Guests hit me up. Please share this take twenty seconds right now. As soon as this ends, just go in love, rating and review for the PODCAST. That goes a long way I. Think we have like forty one forty two hundred reviews at this point. It, should be over five even ten thousand, and if we can do that then we're really going to see a boost in the chart, which is great. The boosting the charts is great I'm very competitive by. But more than that more people will see it, and that's the goal. More men will see this more men hopefully will learn how to step up more fully in their lives and their families lives and the lives of their community members. And then we'll all be better off for it and all it takes. Is.
"parnell" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"And power to make decisions in the best sensors themselves and the people that they themselves serve almost always do the right thing with it, and when you empower people to do the right thing, and you empower you trust people with leadership and power. This country in military units in my case can do extraordinary things, but I also think the people of this country can do extraordinary things, and this is why I've sort of been against you know. Obviously, I was in favor of lockdowns early on right when we didn't know a whole lot about the virus you know. A whole lot about the virus. You don't know how effective. Mortality rate is my God. You have to do everything he can to protect society while figuring out as much as you can. About the genome of a potential pandemic play right button as the data evolves, a strategy has to evolve, and now I think we know the CDC just reported today that people below fifty the viruses and ninety nine point, nine seven percent survival rate appeal right. Right. Yeah! Generally, it was like point two six percent. Fatality rate I think is what the CDC came out with a, I'm not exactly sure, but I'm pretty sure it's right around there. Like look ev Gosh. Every DEP- is totally tragic I. Mean we want to do everything we can to protect people from this? I'm just talking from a larger philosophical standpoint here. Okay, we know a lot more about the about. The virus today made did three months ago. Should we not as leaders be trusting people with their freedom? You know. Should we not as leaders say? Like this is inconcl clearing clear concise communication. This is what we face. F The are the only thing that we have to fear. Sphere itself you know, be honest with the people trust them with their freedom allows them like that sort of December philosophical standpoint. Why against the lockdowns? In perpetuity truth of the matter is Ryan I. You touch on this in your in your podcast. From time to time the the the in a crisis, no course of action is without risk. You know at any time we wake up when we draw breath in a free society to be free is to also assume a certain level of risk in your life in order to be free. Do you think that it is at its core. Let's just talk about this. Lockdown restrictions due to covid nineteen at its core that it's a trust issue that our politicians don't trust that citizens everyday ordinary people like you and I can make decisions in our own best interest. Or alternatively. Do you feel it's a? It's a attempt at a power. Grab that we can maintain in Russell. 'cause I wish. From the outside looking in I wish that it was We just don't trust you. Make decisions, but I don't know if that's entirely. It feels like a power. Grab more than anything to me and I think it's okay to be to have a little of both right like I think. It's I think it's possible to take. covid nineteen of a threat it poses to society very seriously. you know to you know taking seriously the economic impact of the perpetual lockdown do taking all also a tyrian creep that comes along with lockdown. Right it is. It is possible to care about all three. But as I share your same concern in sentiment that use Pennsylvania as an example. We're still locked down here. You know why I don't know I mean we have the doctors at the University of Pittsburgh? Medical Center here in Western. PA THESE ARE EPIDEMIOLOGISTS BIOLOGISTS specialize in infectious disease that have said. We prepared for this. We onboard with the lockdown, but the surge we said was going to happen didn't happen, and we need to reopen because the casualties from an economic fallout. are probably going to be brighter greater than covid nineteen in the virus itself and so right yet. We're still locked down. Why. Why. The only thing that I can come the only conclusion that I can come to is that there is some sort of alterior motivation that might be political that that that maybe if you look at Democrat, governors go. Please don't think I'm pointing the finger here I'm really not trying to, but you've got governor Whitmer in Michigan you've got governor Cuomo you've got governor Wolf These are all democrats. They're all still lockdown governor newsom in California's still lockdown when the science really doesn't warranted in fact, the science. Science. Warrants opposite the opposite is true of lockdown that staying cooped up with people for long periods of time is not as the terrible for for for mental health. It actually makes you more susceptible to catching the virus you know whereas people are outside, spread out in the Sunday. It's more healthy for you generally speaking, but it's also far harder to catch the virus. Sixty percent of the people in New York City caught covid nineteen acted lockdowns had been in place for a month. So what does that? Tells you that lockdowns are probably not the best way to deal with a global pandemic, and so I just wonder. We know all this information now. Much of this information is represented on the CDC website. So why are we still locked down and? Check this out Ryan. They said that there's there's recent research it comes out and says the virus half life is twenty four hours. The meaning like you know you, so you can. Spread it within a twenty four hour period. There's also recent research said there's no way symptomatic spread yet. We're also wearing masks still right if there's no I know that. If. There's really no eysenck. damatic spread in the half life of the viruses, only twenty four hours and again you don't trust me. Go look at go read the research. Go to the CDC website of some articles on reader for yourself, but if you're a symptomatic and you're not coughing sneezing. then. How do you spread? How do you? Why are we wearing a mask slower asymmetric? Really if we're wearing a mask to protect other people, because our droplets can infect, I get that. But at the race dramatic and you don't have symptoms, not coughing and sneezing the wear one in the first place I'm just saying. Mass masks come with inherent risks as well like your rebirth, your carbon dioxide. You're getting percent less oxygen so. Two two year olds and above need to be wearing a mask when they go grocery shopping when you know, the virus is kids. Eleven and below or a have almost no risk whatsoever associated.
"parnell" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"You know a level of of I. Don't mean this in a negative way you lose. It makes it harder to respect the person when you don't know them, you know. And and you multiply that a million times over in this country I mean maybe that has something to do culturally where we are I, mean maybe what we need really is more community we need to talk and engage with. People were upper. We need to be less insulated. You know right in the hope. Is that will? That will lead to a level of respect that we that we haven't seen. In quite a long time. And, then I gotta pull you away from the conversation. Real quick. I WANNA talk about two events that we had to postpone. One is the legacy event? That's the father son event for men with boys between the ages of eight to fifteen, that one is going to be held on September third through the sixth with some cancellations and some timing issues had free. Few free spots come available for that again in September third through the six. It's the legacy event, so if you have a boy between the ages of eight to fifteen. You're definitely WANNA. Check that one out. We've got believe. Six spots left for that event. It's father-son event unlike anything you've ever experienced physical. Physical mental emotional is all designed to help you forged deeper bond with your son. Equip him with the tools. He needs to thrive in his life. As he matures and becomes a young man becomes a man. He goes out on his own. The other event is the main event one hundred men coming to my property here in Maine. We're going to be talking about our battle plans and what we want to accomplish, and holding each other accountable and formulating plans and getting everything dialed in, so we can produce more in the last quarter of. Of this year than potentially you ever have in your entire life, so you're interested in that we have also six spots left for that, and that is October ninth through the Eleventh October ninth through the Eleventh, so it's beautiful here in Maine in the fall, and not only that you're gonna get to band with other men who are motivated ambitious. Who WanNa win? Who Want to thrive and we'll help you do the same, so that main event is October ninth through the eleventh. If you want, sign up for either one of those events, the. The legacy event father-son event these order dot com slash legacy..
"parnell" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"School, you went and worked at local call center made a few bucks in the summer, and then went back to school, and that's just how it was exactly. I mean it is, it is absolutely brutal. It's brutal and and when I. When I do it I have to ask for twenty eight hundred bucks, so it's not. It's not like I can. You know I'm cold. Calling people like asking them. If they're interested in a product, right, it's it's it's. I am I'm cold, calling people and asking them to contribute twenty eight hundred bucks or fifty six hundred bucks campaign, and so if you think people were defensive when you call them out of the blue, almost I mean I've never gotten a phone. Call a cold call from someone in. Of course. This is great. This is a great time to talk. I'm definitely not in the middle of dinner I'm definitely not trying to put my grade down to bed I'm definitely not on a conference call, please. Let's have a long conversation in intimate conversation with a stranger and then add that you know hey I also twenty eight hundred bucks. Support. It's. Out! People off of a like a registration list or like. Actually calling, so you know okay, so I try to compete as a you know when you're in the middle of the pandemic, and you're a challenge, right? It's always tough for a challenger to run a campaign down. Because incumbents already have the infrastructure, they already have the contacts. They already have the fundraisers. All this stuff already lined up. I've got to build it all from scratch. So I always say I've got to compete on a different level I've gotta get creative and compete on a level where my opponent doesn't even know. A game is going on right, and so what I do is, there's there's. There's federal election. Commission reports right FCC reports every donation to every candidate. Democrat and Republican completely public I'd go through those reports nicely. Oh, I look at how much I highlight, the name and I try to track down. Find Him and call him. You know if they've donated in the past. That's that's a candidate that could potentially donate again. Yes, and there are people across the country, and certainly here in Pennsylvania were running that sort of are in the fight all the time, and they give a lot, and you'll see their names over and over again in different reports two different candidates. You know what this is what I try to convince people all the time you're not. It's not like I'm calling it A. I'm not asking for money. It's about the movement. It's about the future of the country. It's about what you want this country to be like for your kids. Are you willing to spend a dollar? Right to invest in that future that you want for your spats? That's the sale. That's the ask right because again everybody that I talked to even even like these political pundits that go on TV and talk about this stuff for a living Ryan. They think well. How much is. Is the RNC giving you nothing none they get nothing. It's all on me in so you know outside groups Ryan might come in and spend money super PACs, but as a candidate I have no awareness of what you. It's illegal me to to communicate with with the super, so I have no idea what outside groups are doing many. The commercials that you see on TV are from outside groups unless candidate has a a a routine in a strong ability to raise money on on on the road. You know and that's really what I'm doing. I spend the lion. Share my time during this guy. Just trying to raise money and get people on board with the movement. Yet which which in addition to all that she said, asking people to invest right now is even that much more difficult because there's a lot of people struggling you guys out of work, and and they've been furloughed or some sort of assistance and there isn't. There isn't as much spare money discretionary income that there was six months ago. For example, you're one hundred percent correct. I mean that's why this pandemic throw has been uniquely challenging a lot of different ways. You know one for the country the fact that we haven't faced a global pandemic like this one hundred plus years you know. We've never brought our twenty trillion with a t plus economy to a complete stop ever in our history. We're asking the healthy to stay home. That's the first time that's ever happened when dealing with a plague or global pandemic. Typically, we have a you know in in. In, pandemic responses passed. We've always quarantined never the. Though and then. Right Yes absolutely, and then add to that that I feel like bait on whether we should reopen or not has become politically charged, and that ain't right. Bro, that is not right. You know people are. In, this is typically I'm general. I'm I'm speaking generally speaking here, you know. The Democrats are in the lockdown in perpetuity crowd, Republicans like let's reopen and reopen safely. that. First of all we should be doing what's right for the people and no one should be looking down their nose at the freaking oil and gas worker who works out here in western Pennsylvania, who can't break in work from home right and he can't access this antiquated unemployment system that we got here in the state. Why because it's overwhelmed people in my region they work with their hands man. They're outside. They're working on oil and gas rigs there working in manufacturing the working in steel steel fire coal power plants. These people can't put food on the table for their family Ryan in every day I'm hearing from them, saying I've burnt through my life saving Sean. I don't know what the hell to do, and you know when the dust settles from this Hammock and and I you know it's going to settle soon, I think we're going to learn lots of different things,.
"parnell" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"We all have a tendency to fall prey to at times, and so if we. Approach our lives, as has the war as the battle, it is then we're more adequately prepared to give ourselves the resources, the conversations the tools the equipment the mindsets that we need to thrive and succeed in turbulent times, and that's what this podcast is all about, so we do that by interviewing. Successful men men like Sean Parnell who had got on the podcast today and Jaakko and Gog ins and Andy for Cilla and John Eldredge I. Mean we've we've got some phenomenal phenomenal men who have joined us, and it's my job to have conversations with these guys and extract some of their knowledge and wisdom, and impart upon you, so I hope that we're doing our job and I would ask that you do yours. You can do that. That by sharing this podcast, sharing the message listing other men in the battle to reclaim and restore masculinity to its former glory, and I really wanted to let you know that. Appreciate all the work that you do. We're going to get into Shawn's introduction, and of course the conversation here in just a minute before we do i. want to let you know about my collaboration with warrior. Society network I've got so much amazing feedback. And I'm honored that warrior poets. Society felt that we needed to be included in the project I'm honored that you guys are tuning in. If you're interested, definitely, go check it out. You can do that. Excuse me, order of man dot com slash w. p., s. n., as in warrior poets, Society Network. They've got an exclusive network and order of man is one of the shows that is.
BA's Best Chicken Parm
"Buzz? Are you ready department up? I thought we were going to ring the Parnell arm with me. I I prefer to ring the palm alarm like when the chicken is done. Then that's like ringing the Dinner Bell. You know you ring the alarm everyone to the table but when you're partying it up that means you're gonNA make sure we don't have any chicken parm in the oven at the moment. So the alarm. It's going to get there soon. Okay so I have like. We've collaborated you've let me ride shotgun on several recipe developments. We did the brock. Bolo the Brockley as a we did the pork Mar Bay. We did Matzo ball soup. I kinda think this is the best one we've done. Well this one has also been a true co lab. I feel like we were both very in this the entire way and I think that's probably why it's the best for the listeners. Who Don't spend a Lotta time on BOND PETITE DOT COM? We have a feature called B. as best and we pick iconic dishes and the test kitchen editors really go deep on them and they leave no stone unturned try every iteration of something to achieve the platonic ideal of that dish. And I think what's so interesting? What chicken Parm is when people were coming into the kitchen for tastings? Everyone's got an opinion. Yeah also feel like for whatever reason. The world is having a chicken parm moment right now. Like people or chicken parm obsessed more than they've ever been in my lifetime so I think it felt like a particularly important dish to develop right now. Okay so talk to me about the developmental process because you went about it in a very methodical methodical I guess it's the word elected choose approached it developing this dish and so what was your strategy. So there's a lot going on and chicken parm and I think that the only the only viable option was to deconstruct it from the inside out and kind of go into into the center of the dish and evaluate every element of it. All the way out to till it's like last moments before it's on the table so we started with thinking about the chicken itself and whether that was going to be abreast or a thigh and then we started thinking about. How are we GONNA treat. That piece of chicken isn't getting married. Needed is getting season. What's happening to it? And then we moved a layer out to the breading which is obviously an important part of the chicken parm before it gets fried and then we moved on to a discussion about. What is the perfect chicken parm tomato sauce and obviously there are a lot of thoughts there and finally there was the cheese. Combo and so we just broke it out into those fundamental parts and we worked one at a time and built upon the last until we got to a place where we thought it was pretty frigging great. It is great. I will say that with full confidence or let's start with chicken As much as I love chicken thighs in general love boneless skinless chicken pies grilling bone in for like Pan Roasting. The chicken thighs did not get much of a welcome this recipe. No you did not give the chicken thighs a look. I looked at them and I love the. You didn't let me because nostalgic got the best of you which is understandable because this is undeniably nostalgic this recipe and so. I think you were right to decide that. Like a breasts felt more conic. But I will say that I do generally always prefer a chicken thigh when it's breaded and Fried Chicken Buzzer juicier. Their media. Again. They were nostalgic. I think carries a lot of weight with this recipe in particular. It's one of those this at everyone kind of comes to the table with some sort of notion of what it should taste like of dishes. They've had you know the little Italy or red sauce joins in America and those are always boneless chicken breasts so I think that was fair to start but I think what you did so successfully in the next step was I had not done successfully as a home cook. I made chicken. Parmesan was always like good but never great. You leaned in hard on the seasoning of the breast itself. Yeah so the the best thing you can do to a cut of meat like a chicken breast which has a tendency to dry out and is out the gates. Less flavorful than say dark meat is to introduce flavors and ingredients that will help to tenderizer got so. We tried a bunch of different marinades for everything from white wine to buttermilk to just salt and pepper and we ended up with a like fifteen. Twenty minute marinade in grated garlic. Lots of lemon juice in lots of olive oil as well as salt. Obviously so the salt is there to season and to allow it to have a little bit of time to actually penetrate through the breast and then the lemon juice was there to tender. Is it sort of like the way buttermilk act so the vinegar we tried? We also try to vinegar. Brine is a really like fast acting way to tender is a piece of meat like a chicken breast the graded garlic. I also love what you guys do this a lot in the test kitchen. You take a whole garlic and a micro plane in just great it back and forth and that sort of like Dr. The marinade instead of just having to cloves smashed that grading sort of coats each chicken breasts and really sort of penetrates flavor wise. And so that there's something just so at talion tasting like taste like Italy. The olive oil the lemon garlic and to your point it also tend. Rises was really cool. Yeah so we were off drug. Let's start with the tender tender chicken breast away. I'm sorry I'm going to rewind before he marigny talk about the chicken breast itself. The pounding in the butterfly and what that technique is like very important so we took chicken breasts and butterflied them and open them up like a book so that they ended up being like one large very flat chicken breast and then we also played around with all of the different widths so pounding it to an eighth of an inch a quarter of an inch a half an inch and taking that piece of chicken all the way through the recipe to see which fared best ultimately and. I think that we ended up with a half inch as the diameter as the thickness of the chicken breast which is a lot thicker than most chicken farms in the world. That you'll eat out in restaurants. I would say a couple of things. You did a good job teaching me on the video. Like the you've got the whole breast would suppress you know. It can be pretty big and on the curve side. That's when you sort of laterally cut into it with the chef's knife so you open it up and almost like shaped and then you put that between wax paper and if you have a tenderizer or you know if you ever wine bottle whatever you have to pounded thin and I think I a little bit thicker because it stays juicier and I tasted chicken more. Some people like at dinner. That's fine again. It is kind of up to you to decide how you like it so wrong wrong. It's reason this is the best. It's the best. It is best all right so we pounded it. We marinate it for twenty minutes. While we've got the chicken marinating. We set up our dredging station. So let's talk about that. So here's the things that we tested we did a classic dredge of just flour Egg Pinko. We did a classic flour egg bread crumb would did a flour egg mix of Pinko and bread crumb flour EG mix of blitzed Panko and on blitzed Pinko. Can I just interject there? Like just so the it was very hard to keep track of all these cutlets in one going to which one and again masking tape and sharpies everywhere at some point. My friend Nikki resources. We're going GONNA BE A. She was making chicken farm. And we love Panko breadcrumbs because those ice little Shahrzad get super crispy. But she was saying. Oh well sometimes when you do just Pinko you get some bald spots. Or it's not as densely packed so we were like well. What if you mixed Panko with traditional like Progresso breadcrumbs to sort of get some fine some shards or you said well what if he took Pinko and then blitz food processor and I think a lot of those things as best like you WanNa go enough steps that it is the best but at some point you're also like okay? This is crazy. I'VE GOTTA get out my food processor and blitz half Pinko and put them back with the other ones right like we still want this recipe to be cou- Qabail and makeable for home cooks. This isn't a restaurant dish. So those are all considerations that we take when we develop. Ba's best so it's sort of like the best given all circumstances but we also then tried a version where we went straight from the marinate Intertanko then into egg back into Pinko and that was actually a revelation because the crust was so thick and so- crispy but we found that by the time we got to dredging the fourth breast. There was a lot of like glue. Be Panko egg situation happening and it was just kind of a mass overall required a lot of care and it didn't feel necessarily foolproof again. Another restaurant
"parnell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Thank you for having Sean Parnell on again and the highlight his candidacy against Conor lamb your fans in the Pittsburgh area too by the way and have you never heard of amanti brothers seriously a Pittsburgh icon you gotta come to the Bergen try one I've never been to Pittsburgh prism RPF you times nice place nice really nice city that's really had a renaissance the last twenty years or so I was there a few months ago for a wedding another film a lot of other Batman to Christopher Nolan Batman movies in downtown Pittsburgh that's actually a lot of amenities I know you're an exam schedule usually accurate yeah they put French fries on the sandwich who that's their big thing main claim to fame when I used eclipse and I remember being in Greece for the summer and they would take essentially you know in the in the hero they would share and they would take French fries and stuff it in with the shawarma meat and then wrap it in a warm pita accents and which was good three kids one of my favorite using Greek his friend creek food webs good is really fantastic I totally agree I'm actually in hunger and I was thinking about it but yet overlook something else but a friend of mine now for I mean we're gonna be friends going on ten years or so and so Sean and I go way back is a fantastic guy and the great thing is I'm not a journalist so I can support I want to say what I want I want I want the freedom to do everything it can to help Sean Parnell want someone see him in the halls United States Congress he'd be a great congressman he's a he's a great dude so and that's a big race Hammond Kaneland people to look at that as a bellwether for we know in in in in the state of Pennsylvania you got to veterans the Conor lamb is kind of the of the mayor Pete school you know impressive resume sat you know a little bit sounds a little center sometimes but really you know really isn't and he's going up against Sean Parnell who's just you know these just the do you want to have as as your good buddy is your next door neighbor is the you know coach your son's little league team as your United States congressman you we want Sean Parnell the win so gonna do whatever I can to help the help the mansion on Eric responding Friday show I heard you knocked Marvel movies but haven't said anything until now holy bleep Bach please watch the Marvel movies in order once you do that you'll see their fantastic in a fantastic franchise producer Mike is written for a producer mark is right you are wrong love you she'll side with this producer mark is right I'm wrong now now that now this is what it's come to this is what it's come to an odd there's like a there's a community going on over the Marvel movies I mean that has been true for months and we've been arguing about I know that I think I think there's like four I actually didn't think of anybody who agrees with me on the marble thing they'll agree with you I was watching other there's the you know the the Scarlett Johannson and the guy with the bow and arrow who's scared of a guy running around the bow and arrow I know yeah everything's you're right and I'm wrong is fine whatever I got to keep people on their toes can't be right about all the things all the time at least I'm going to watch it but the one that I'm watching a movie remove one people were kill bush like what am I watching you have to hold watch all build up to watch and the big funeral all right well thank you watching eight Harry potter movie but didn't watch the first seven how many Avengers movies are there are the ones that you would have to watch for this probably ten or so what's no yeah this call it's I I honestly thought there like three it starts in two thousand eight he goes from Iron Man on is this portion of the Marvel cinematic universe I did like Iron Man so I'm not a comic book here that's why that's why I haven't been interest started with Iron Man and in this chapter of the NZ you ended with and you know what I think is an underrated comic book movie by the way blade I thought the weather sites Watson's blade do it it's good it's good enough dealing vampire stuff or not really this year the vampire guy you got to be in the vampire stuff you're gonna like player when I was one that was like my favorite comic book adaptation movie other than Batman and send the original I like the original Superman because he's like so all American I kinda liked him even though if you look back like the tights were a little weird there hasn't been a good Superman movie in a long time time those who remembers his Batman movie but I'm almost like this is awful is a parity my god are they kidding well I wanted to leave the theater is really bad yeah how could they make such a bad movie with two such iconic figures I don't understand I'm just hoping the new Batman movies are good way who's in and Robert Pattinson I am super skeptical I am too but high that guy see the twilight yes right I'm skeptical also but I'm still gonna watch it man all right we'll see Alice said hi Buck I had a chuckle you said your listeners are complaining about Bloomberg adds my husband runs a radio company in Bloomberg has placed a big bite they wanna run copies in the colors of the station to address listeners and people might understand the political outlaws but they sure know when they're offended by an ad not to mention this is ground zero Bernie country not sure how this will play out but it's an example of how the man's as teams complete arrogance yeah look I've been said before it was actually like a law thing there's nothing I can do it so I'm pleased with him and there's nothing I can do about the Bloomberg idea hi this is mayor Bloomberg producer mark in block Love Me and want to vote for me it's like we can't stop them from using a prism or I feel like people just turn the podcast down when they hear us explaining why we have Bloomberg as we keep getting messages yeah I don't know I don't also say so that that's a that's a public just to reply to you with the same canned message I sent everyone else as a way to do it all right everybody you know how to contact us tomorrow the.
Apple debuts featurette for upcoming Apple TV Plus original 'Truth Be Told'
"Apples giving viewers an extended. Look at truth be told that's the apple. TV plus series. That tells the fictionalized I story of a true crime. podcast apple insider says Cupertino Streamer has released a feature at for the show uploaded to apple's dedicated Apple Apple. TV Youtube Channel. The peace as the three minute feature at for truth be told has the stars of the show explaining their characters as well as hitting it where where the stories of each will go as the miniseries plays out two decades before the show starts influential journalist. Poppy are now used. The power of the pen to have a sixteen year old tried for murder as an adult. He was found guilty and went to prison now. PARNELL's not sure he was is guilty and start sticking back into the case. Actors featured in the feature at include Octavia Spencer. Aaron Paul Lizzy Caplan and Brett. Cullen a number of producers also turned up including producer and show Creator Michelle de Tremble the feature at is available now now on youtube the series hits Apple. TV plus on Friday the sixth of December
"parnell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now they really hate Parnell egos a big thing man ego is a big big big thing so we'll see what he saw himself in there the other girls I don't know if he has a chance and quite frankly I don't care who you run at this point in time because if the economy's motor and things are great it's tough to see somebody lose does no matter how to visit you think he is or how sick and tired you are of the tweeting the fighting the yelling at each other or or all of these things it's it's people still don't want to upset the apple cart and I think they also are overestimating the excitement in temperature that all of America has for an impeachment three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seventeen shows your Twitter you can tweet at us do love hearing from all of you this was interesting and I'm telling you guys we live in a world where we're opting into everything and American companies are creating all these amazing things and with all of that stuff happening no that we've opted in to giving up so much of who we are and Twitter man guess what people respond Saudi Arabia's certainly likes to crack down on critics just look at what happened to former Washington post columnist Jamal for shogi who was killed inside the embassy of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul according to prosecutors these former Twitter employees Ali also borrow and often oblong will access to more than six thousand accounts of Saudi critics why because I don't like people talking about them but that can happen everywhere you know you're giving up what we're opting in and giving up personal information and it's not just you know you think about this illness thing out there about the DNA and if you give your date at a certain thing you know people and and you know all these twenty three in may of this that the other one and they can start coming in and looking at you know answering to cross that line with law enforcement you've got these kind of things going on you want to know in the future what the greatest currency is going to be for people privacy privacy is going to be it it wasn't just this I mean you know right now they're looking at that face books got a lot of issues because people looking in but on top of all of that you're walking around with something that is given away all of our privacy our phones our phones but are we willing to give it away we willing to give it all up no because nobody wants to live in a world where we're so far gone and removed from anything that were off the grid that we're the only ones off the grid that's why I'm telling you the currency in the future that is gonna matter most to a lot of people is going to be their privacy but yes coursework you mean Saudi Arabia is uncomfortable with people being critics and so is China.
"parnell" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"Hello and welcome to Monaco on culture I'm rebound on this program again to meet the author Edward Parnell his new book ghost land is a beguiling mix of memoir travelogue nature writing and literary journey to the life and work of writers with partial for the supernatural from the Ghost Stories of M R james to Conan Doyle's was known homes entails to Alan Garner's Cheshire wg say belt suffered the folk horror of the wicker man and the strange stories of Road Aikman and many more more a real lot more in fact that encompass myths local ghost stories film and TV and some lonely walks through churchyards but panels book he's moving the tool through a spooky literary landscape is also look at his own family's sad history both of his parents died before their time followed soon afterward by by his beloved older brother and nells diving into scary stories seems like an unlikely sort of therapy to this seems a good time to publish a book that searches for the strange not only are we just between Halloween and Guy Fawkes night that time when the spirit world it be closer to the human one than at any other but the fashion for new wave of folk horror and nature writing that looks at the readiness of nature in tooth and Claw Rav the purely pastoral is on the rise as well so to talk about ghost land here is Edward Edward thank you so much for joining us today a thoroughly enjoyed getting to grips with ghost land only to strip it right back to the the beginning for you you right so entertainingly about sort of watching public information films and I think some vhs on your TV yeah of your formative views of the spooky perhaps before the written word with TV and things like this tell us how you you got into the Spooky World I think thing I was always into it at least that's the sort of family legend on a on a holiday to Wales when I was about four I I famously asked the tour guide in Cavan Castle whether whether we might see the ghost that was the spectra lady that was said to haunt the place we didn't see it so after that I was yeah I remember I had had an US born in a W H Smith Book of horror films was full of these fantastic old stills from will all the universal pictures all those kind of things and a few more kind of way out there lurid ones as well so I wanted to see all of those films and often actually I did gets the most slightly disappointed because those still the best things in a lot of those mirrors but we didn't I remember before we had vhs my aunt and uncle had one so this would have been kind of I guess start of the eighties so I often got her to video me things she quite likes horror as well as think but she she would video stuff off TV so again this would have been kind of classic Bela Lugosi kind of staff so I watched that but gradually managed to get her to video of the stuff that I probably shouldn't shouldn't have been watching things like the weaker man and I remember getting my older cousin to get term an American Werewolf in London out of the realm screening of that at school like a private school and that was that was terrifying still still lives me to this day the scene in the woods transforms himself in the hospital bed absolutely absolutely terrifying we clearly shouldn't be watching eleven of all those false awakening bits with the Nazis on they they weren't good and I remember I watched that and I was stopping ran my aunts and uncles that evening and I couldn't get to sleep on my uncle snored quite loudly which was a little bit where wolf-like and that wasn't wasn't a great experience but I love the film and then of course went back to this sort of feeds into it this is your kind of young imaginings and awakenings the rest of it I had similar books to these when I was growing up I kind of found it quite difficult she look at these these pitches I love you went carbon also wanted to see the next you kind of do and you I don't like like I suppose that's that's the success of a lot of the material that you talk about in Ghost land is that is the is the thrill of wanting to see just enough to be scared but not enough to be absolutely petrified do you still have the same reaction to some of what we might call set texts of which will talk in a minute but do you have the same reaction into them are you the satisfaction of being frightened by these things or the air of eerie notice that surrounds them so they have the same thrill for you now as I did as a as a kid I think I think they do I think there's not that many things I read that well I suppose reading you don't get those jump out sort of scares than get whilst whilst watching something on the telly or or movie but certainly when I was researching and writing Ghoslan I reread the haunting of Hill House spy Shirley Jackson and I think that was the one thing that I really found quite uncomfortable reading and I know sort of going to sleep I was sort of the yeah not sure is that annoys two downstairs that that that got me for some particular reason the other things I kind of liked the way they're put together and I am as you were so hinting I love I love the atmosphere perhaps more I think that's the thing that now attracts me as much as anything else but certainly that did it for me again yeah and the book is such a wonderful mixture of other whether they're happy or unhappy bedfellows but you mix them two together so well a mixture of of this exposition this looker especially British spooky stories ghost stories weird fiction and nature writing and personal memoir you write very movingly about how you lost your parents your brother how did it come to pass this that you wrote the book in the way that you have that you've melded these things together so so successfully that it's difficult balancing actor too today well the book came around in quite an interesting way because I was a written one own book before a novel called the listeners which is class Gothic World War Two novel and I was I was procrastinating I guess messing around not writing another novel and just casting around for ideas I went with a friend of mine to wear 'em Jane's the Victorian Born Ghost story writer where he spent his formative years a little village called Great Liderman just outside bracing Edmunds in Suffolk and it's a it's an odd place as they strange Thamel lagoon of ruined church over the other side of it used to be a a grand hall in James's Day that sort of inspired him a little bit I think that's no longer there so I was casting around thinking for ideas and I was thinking about novel that might feature Jane's kind of bit part character in his Cambridge professorial guides but after I after I got home I wrote I just wrote a sort of a a blog piece about it basically Steve Lots of photos and editor harpercollins happened to see it's getting contact with me to ask whether it ever thought about writing a nonfiction book about the subject so of course I went obviously went down to meet him and we got on really well we bonded over a love of trashy movies things like that fairly terrible terrible although quite entertaining psycho mania is strange seventies Zombie Bicocca totes play strange part in that film some reason call so so I mean I'm not sure I can't remember now whether they're licking the toads in a sort of cane toad way yeah it's just an odd film it's not let's not go into that too much because we'd be all day trying to decode it but yes so I then went away thinking well would I like to ride a nonfiction book about it and I suppose I hadn't thought about tackling that subject before in that manner and then you have to kind of thing well how would I do it and I guess I was conscious that there's lots of academics probably knew a a lot more about the writers I'd be interesting talking about a lot more than I did so I wanted to them bringing the personal and it kind of struck me when the more I thought about it that lots the locations that happen to have an influence on some of the people that I wanted to write about that they kind of tied in with old family memories as well so there are places that we'd been on on family holidays like to the Suffolk coast which ties in with James as well as two people like see all of you in a related fashion awesome walking in Suffolk holidays through the new forest where there's lots of links to where Arthur CONAN doyle had his his holiday home which had where he he carried out various spiritual things with his Mesopotamia in spirit guided financial family holidays we re such psycho geographically dividend and so I guess I looked for those coincidences and found them but it seemed a good way to kind of also get into trying to tackle my own past I guess also in a kind of Mo James Wade sort of well it was there buried decided perhaps perhaps wisely or unwisely to it was time to go rooting around in there and you draw parallels I mean of see not just in terms of the geography you you were born and brought up and I still think you live in Norfolk Yup and the flatness of that landscape has inspired you certainly in the beginning of Ghozlan talk a lot about that and about the echo of the Mr James's landscape he lived in Suffolk Suffolk the next county down similar landscape I suppose how much is landscape affected or inspired your book and the and the books of the novelist the east side yeah I think landscapes a big factory my books I grew up in the fans at she in Lincolnshire on the Mike Grandmother lived in Norfolk so where I lived it with this kind of flat steroidal beak fields landscape which I know a lot of people I think find quite unearthing to me it's it's it's what I grew up with so I don't think do particularly but I was kind of enchanted by those slightly rolling hillsides and woodland's in West Norfolk where my grandmother some of the lived there were trees that you could go off in and there were lots of legends around the village you know there's something called the devils pit that was meant to be bottomless and all sorts of kind of little bits of folklore and things that tied in with various things so I was always kind of conscious of of landscape playing a big part and when you you look the works of Jane's and you can you can see absolutely there so when you walk round great live near where he grew up in the graveyard five yard where his father was vicar there's lots of gravestones bearing the name of mother soul who's the the terrible witch in the story the ashtray he obviously that kind of old park land landscape that would have been around there before the the big house was destroyed that's also in lots of that's really familiar thing in his stories but but then you you go to the the surf coast and there's a whistle come to you and this is kind of a warning to the curious they're also tied in with the adaptations which was how I first came to in sort of seeing those nineteen seventies made adaptations. Yeah these rich strand of British TV wasn't as play for today the reality of things that were short stories spooky stories that seems to be such a kind of sort of motherlode of Spooky S- going on there that was easily translatable or walls also there's an appetite for it to be translated onto TV much more so than there is today you look at a lot of TV and film in your bookers as much as short stories the things.
"parnell" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Will do that <hes> <hes> as far as what the future holds running for any sort of political office. I mean you try to move through life without blinders on map so <hes> if i'm not going to write off anything i mean if if i get the opportunity to run for political office and if it's the right thing for my family you know <hes> you know maybe i'll maybe i'll consider that are doing it but right now it's like i got three little kids that that i need to be involved in their lives. Every day. You know if i ran for political office and ended up becoming a congressman congressman or something someday. I'd seen him like two or three days a week. You know and that's right now. This is not acceptable to me so it's gotta be there for them. I <hes> but if i get the opportunity down the line who knows man <hes> although although i have to say the idea of like being in congress or running for the senate does make my stomach because i feel like the moment you're elected. You're almost part of the problem and so that's why that's why i always say like i can serve the country like an advocate for the things that i believe in what i believe is best for the country without a title and i will always continue to do that yeah so cool yeah and all out war drops today here what type of <hes> appearances you're going to be making anywhere. The <hes> senior you coming up soon here yeah yeah well you could probably you could probably go back and three my appearance on fox and friends and they'll probably be unmarked mccowan later in the week <hes> and you can look at me like a couple of other podcasts and and stuff you check my social media you know on twitter at a sean parnell you with a instagram official sean parnell and you can check me out on facebook and all my parents will be there okay very cool and i'm gonna include a link in the distributor of this podcast episode so my listeners can get over there ram a copy. I do see that c k dedication of because that's something special there. We're going to let the dog without a what so the dedication the dedication for all out war is to anyone that's ever gone to uniform and defense of this country <hes> our military oh -tary in first responders the book all out war is dedicated to you okay very cool all right <hes> last thing. I want to hear sean. I love to ask gonna podcast. This is your second goal around so <hes> we'll see you got here. What type of advice do you happen. I knew dad orphan father. Who's out there listening. You know just be there for your kids. You know right right now like i like your kids need you now more than ever as a father and you need to be the active <hes> and not detached involved in not detached and so you know don't be afraid to sit down and talk to their children really talk to develop a relationship with your can't talk to them about what they love what they hate. You know what what they're afraid of. <hes> what you know. It's just developing. A relationship with your children is everything you don't get a second crack at it so work just as hard hard on that work just as hard on developing a relationship as you would a new job and i feel like we do that or pay off dividends. <hes> you know ten twenty years down the lines you watch your kids. Hitch grow yeah very well said i love the message. It's been an honor to have you back on the podcast here showing part now. You're a first-class father. Thank you so much for giving me a few minutes at times personally fatherhood uh-huh yes thanks man. I appreciate being back and hopefully we'll be back for a third year yeah. I'd be honored to have you back from a three here. It's been a pleasure speaking with you today. I'll be right back with a a couple of calls and thoughts in just a second here back to wrap things up here first fatherhood. I have to give a special. Thank you once again to sean parnell for giving me a few minutes of his time here so awesome. Please make sure you grab a copy of his new new book all out war tomorrow on the.
"parnell" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Deal. Dad's seatgeek dot com promo code first class fatherhood is the best seat in the house so and this this circles back to something and that was what we've been talking about man is that i don't think that there is a moral component to mainstream entertainment today. I don't think you'd be hard pressed to find a book of fiction book that you can give your kids. They can pick up and read and you put so you. You'd feel comfortable with you know the this book is teaching my kids. You know value system that will help them be successful generous and selfless in life. You know i i i don't think i don't think that there's much out there right now. And the terms of fictional books <hes> that you can give your kids and feel comfortable if they'll do that <hes> and so i know oh. Did you know i know my books will do that. I mean i've made it a mission of mine and make sure to die. Systems are embodied by the hero <hes> but at the same time they're i think they're cool. Cool stories man. I think they're cool. Fun stories you know and so <hes> you know hey. That's the groom right. That's that's the goal is to try to get the these books into the hands of the next generation. I try to influence them to <hes> you know make the right decisions and be better than we were right and i'll tell you what i think. We see the impact in our society from this. We've just seen seen over the summer here. <hes> baltimore came into the news and everyone was trying to point the finger out why baltimore's doing so bad why some of these cities and they talk about the politics the economy all all this stuff they don't mention the the fact that in baltimore alone this seventy percent of the teenagers there have no father in their life and we're where we see this fatherless problem. We're seeing all the crime seeing the teenage pregnancies the drug use it's running rampant as the fatherless percentage goes up soda all those other things and what what really really bothers me about this is is our leadership's failure to identify that as a problem you know <hes> our leaders on both sides of the aisle. <hes> have really really haven't tackled you know. Fatherless families are really even having identified the problem but you're absolutely right. That's you know there is a direct direct correlation between crime drug use in fatherless families. The the importance of the role of the father in a family cannot be understated you know and you're seeing the fallout of father families in places like baltimore as you said that would bothers me again. Is that our politicians. Don't tackle it because it's a very complex problem the deal with yeah. I think there's a rue the way to change. This stuff is just like you're saying to have more of an influential dominance in stories in books chen in movies and in the media about celebrating the father character in the household. The character's role in this society drives me crazy. Look what pick out any sitcoms sitcom that you want to make any sitcom that you see. The father almost always be some bumbling idiot who's uninvolved right monday. Type yeah the yes yes. Yes yes great. Well said exactly that's a perfect example of what i'm talking about and it bothers me because it makes the father's role in the family seem unimportant shortened and and the truth of the matter is the exact opposite is true. <hes> you know truthfully. The father's role is important but also the father's role in conjunction with the mom is also important so happy showing showing an uninvolved father though is something that really bothers me because you you almost never see you almost never see a mom portrayed in mainstream entertainment as an album monday type. You almost never do right <hes> and so this is why i appreciate appreciate so much of what you're doing because you know it's it's it's about elevating the role as a father. It's about showing how important fathers kids and and in terms of being a good husband means father. It's it's it's really really really important. Say on the flip side of that to sean is not only. Are we not seeing that. The father portrayed traded a strong character..
"parnell" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"I was a kid and you're seeing it. Reboot it on the big screen. It's like sometimes. I feel like you know. Hollywood is is a copycat culture. They want to regurgitate things that have already been done because these are already existing brands that people are familiar with but at the same time i think america is crazy. New content you know which is why places like netflix amazon are crushing it right and now because that's what they're doing. They're giving us new stories new characters new content so hopefully we can get you know eric's deal on the big screen with the new with the new fictional hero out there for for that our kids can watch. It'd be proud of yeah what happens here with a lot of these things sean you. She just regurgitate it. <hes> saint series with definitely better <hes> special special effects and graphics with the story lines are just not up to par the storylines were so much better years ago but the graphics kind of failed if they could just match those two things together i i think they really have something oh totally agree and he knows something that something that i think is really important as well as our kids are couldn't need to be able to clearly differentiate between what's right and what's wrong. You know everything in our culture today. The waters are so muddy k kids with the whole concept of moral relativism. It's like you know it's hard for them to know. I feel like in many ways what's right and what's wrong. You know and i feel like it's our job as parents to help them understand that but we also learned that <hes> what's going in. Whats evil fictional stories and movies. You know when we were growing up like you know when you if you watch disney movies. I'm sure you had if that's his kids. Growing up you watch disney. Movies is in you know safer jeopardy. Watch the lion king or something like that the bad guy in the lion king scar right well who who's the bad guy and finding you know there is no oh bad guy and finding nemo the bad guys like high-concept. It's the journey right. The fathers journey defined the senate and i think that's a lot of the cool story and everything but at the same time our kids are learning through that sort of mainstream entertainment good versus evil. You know it's got sick man. We were growing up. It was like what were the big cartoons back then human and <hes> <hes> thunder cats and hawke's bay cartoon as we had back then joe g._i. Joe good and evil clearly differentiated did right today we don't have that and that concerns me a little bit and so that's also you know again something that i'm trying to put into these books to clear clear if a clear line between good and evil and why it's important for kids to be on the side of good you know yeah definitely any even even the basic things for the kids like another movie coming out with. Tom hanks about about mister rogers and i was showing my kids the preview they they've never heard of mr rogers..
"parnell" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Your family <hes> before yourself putting so many things serving something greater than yourself and so you know i just felt called to write a character a main character hero <hes> that embodied those qualities man and so you know i wanted kids to be able to read read these books and and know what it means to serve something greater than yourself understand what makes american warriors tick duty honor country selflessness loyalty integrity. All those things are so important <hes> but i also think that all those things are lacking in mainstream entertainment today you know and and so that's what you get when you get these books you get you get an awesome story. The hope is that you know action packed co-fund story but you also get hero that that you you can be comfortable that if if your kids are gonna read you know they're gonna come away learning the right things and so i i think that's important you know yeah and we definitely you're right. We definitely need need those characters right now. We need those stories in our country especially for our young men and women together here and you know i read outlaw platoon and man of war and it's in in many ways. It seems almost more unrealistic then man of war. It's just what happened there. <hes> is outlawed for tuna or is the ever steal i no. I've seen a few people ask you this on social media. <hes> is there anything in the works to turn either outlaw platoon or <hes> man of were the average deal series into a movie or tv series series. Yes yes on both accounts. You know both out level team and eric young man of war franchise eric feel franchise are being looked at by producers was out in hollywood out in l._a. But you know it's treacherous. It's that process is so long so painstaking. It's like it's one of those things man that you have like. Knock on the door until your knuckles bleeding at the door doesn't open you have to kick it in but at the same time you have to be patient and allow things develop and so i'll opportunity for six years. It's whether it's it's in good hands right now. <hes> and we're trying to see if we can make it into a mini series and i think they're still you know. That's that's better formatted. Automatic haven't got a big screen so hopefully hopefully we get some bites on that stuff sued because like i said man like i think it's important i mean if you see the same things over in over again in hollywood like you see things like regurgitate like like macgyver was when i was a kid macgyver show now you have on when i was a kid in hawaii five o on again. You're seeing draft department..
"parnell" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"G email dot com all right joining me. Now is a first class father. He is a new york times bestselling author. He is a former army ranger combat veteran a purple heart recipient and a true american. Hero is a big honor for me to say sean parnell. Welcome back to first-class fatherhood. Hey it's great to it'd be back second year in a row man yeah. I repeat father to join me on the podcast. You and it's quite an honor. It is quite an honor man. I have watched as you over the years like you know bost your bust your butt to make this podcast where it is and and it it really is the only game in town i feel like in terms of <hes> elevating and elevating the father all the father in the family and so you've just done an amazing drowsiness and honored repack i love being with you and i love seeing what you're doing and love watching you grow yeah thank you for that. I'm trying to get after it here and keep pushing the envelope <hes> trying to change the narrative on family life. How old are the kids now. What grades they head into two okay so eaten. My oldest is going into fifth grade and he's ten. <hes> emma is my middle. She's going into third grade and she's eight in evan. My youngest six going into first grade. Their first day of school is monday and <hes> you know how that is like lead up the scores just just chaotic and crazy and haircuts. It's and they make you gotta make sure their uniforms or sized right. It's it's chaos but it's fun. It's fun to see him. Grow and and you know it's like you know what's so crazy. <hes> you know so a crazy man. It's like i i take a picture of them with me. <hes> before every school year and you know every weekend before they start school i go back and look at those pictures and i'm just like it's amazing how fast they grow from one year to the next you hear all the time. <hes> people say oh my grandma man. Oh just you know you guys are going up so fast and it's you know it's sort of cliche but i know why she says it now because it's true. It's like just looking back even just a year. It's amazing how fast grow you know yeah yeah. That's one of the things just about being a dad and you're just a parent in general just understanding now like oh. Now i get where my mom was coming from. Where my dad was coming from. You can start to get it a little more. It makes a little bit more sense. The picture becomes more clear yet so true and i look back and i was i was i was a real pain. Hey you know i was talking to my dad. My mom and my parents tell me when i was in my early twenties like as a young army lieutenant. It's like eventually. You're going to have your own kids. Some day and you know hey karma thing you know. One of those cans is gonna be just like you is gonna hassle. You just like you and boys. That's true my my oldest is <hes> he's he's all my kids are like the best thing that ever happened to me <hes> but my order says he's a lot like me and like he's he's. He's challenging. He's challenging and a good way. You know i it just it gives me perspective on what my parents were going through trying to raise me be there for me <hes> <music> as a kid too so it's crazy sometimes how things come full circle like that yeah well said and and yeah talking about time going fast. We feel like we have all summer to get like the school. Supplies is and all that stuff and then all of a sudden. It's all jammed in wait a minute. It starts next week. You know man. You know that makes me mad like you know..
"parnell" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"I couldn't think of a better way to kick off this new new season of first class fatherhood than to be joined by an american hero such as sean parnell. He'll be here with me in a few minutes so please stick around for the interview. If you guys have been following me on social media than you know i had the honour of spending a week at the white house with a full press pass it was quite an awesome experience to spend some time there with all the white house correspondents and pretty eye opening learning to say the least <hes> my goal was to ask president trump you questions about fatherhood and family life specifically about the fatherless crisis that we have in the united states and it just so happens that the day after i left the baltimore became a hot topic wants the president made a tweet about and while everyone started blaming the politicians the economy the racism poverty and everything else for baltimore's problems. Nobody seemed to mention the fact that seventy percent of the teenagers in baltimore are living without a father in the home according to the u._s. Census senses and wherever we see a community with high levels of crime drug use gang violence and all of that you will definitely see a high percentage of fatherless households downsides matter families matter so what i will do here is continue to shine the spotlight on fatherhood and bring on high profile men who have accomplished greatly in their lives and allow wow them to talk about how awesome and fulfilling it is to be a dad. I would also like to ask you guys to please share this podcast with any father that you know but especially to anybody that you know that is about to become a father for the first time they will benefit greatly from all the testimonials about fatherhood from the archives of the show and i did pick up a new sponsor of the podcast over the summer and all all of you guys can benefit from our partnership manscaping is supporting first-class fatherhood and manscaping is number one in men's below the belt grooming. I mean let's be honest guys. There was a big need in the market of shaving the family jewels and the father and son team of manscaping took their products into the shark tank and scored a half a million dollar deal with some of the sharks they they sent me their top of the line products including waterproof electric trimmer and this thing is awesome..
U.S. air safety agents absences hit record level
"The number for the same weekend a year ago. A TSA spokesman said the absences were noticeable at large hubs New York, Atlanta, Chicago and Miami agents even had to send workers from a pool that uses for large events like the Super Bowl to replace screeners who could no longer afford to work without pay saying the TSA's capability is still limited and will lead to increase lane closures in order to maintain security effectiveness. President Trump is paying his respects to the four Americans killed in a suicide bombing in Syria, he travelled to Dover air force base on Saturday to meet with the families of the fallen retired US. Army ranger Sean Parnell said there's no more sacred act
World's slowest-moving drop caught on camera at last in 2013
"Long. Would you wait to prove a point a year eight years ninety well, there's an experiment that's been going on continuously since nineteen twenty seven. And it all started just to prove that a certain substance is a liquid you'd think something like that would be kind of you know, obvious. Yeah. But it's not it's a really slow moving liquid. I'm talking about the tar like substance known as pitch pitch doesn't exactly come up in everyday conversation. But it's been a part of human history for quite a while. We used to use it to seal up the cracks in sailing ships, and we still use it in roofing and road construction, but back in nineteen twenty seven an English physicist named Thomas Parnell said that maybe pitch isn't a solid at all. But it's a very very very slow moving liquid. And thus the pitch drop experiment began the first thing Parnell had to do was meltdown some pitch into its inaugural ably liquid state. He poured that into a small cone shaped beaker, and we. Waited for it to settle and waited for three years at that point. He cut off the pointed tip of the beaker to turn the whole thing into a little glass funnel after eight years in nineteen thirty eight. He finally got some validation when the first drip of pitch dropped from the funnel to the glass jar underneath the next drop dropped in nineteen forty seven Parnell died about a year later, but the experiment has kept on going after all that the experiment was a rousing success that proved that pitch is a liquid one that's two hundred and thirty billion times thicker than water since the beginning. There have been a total of nine drips. And in the year two thousand researchers set up a live streaming webcam to ensure that the eighth drop onward would be captured see up until that point. Nobody had actually seen any of the drips drop and funny enough. The camera ran into technical issues at exactly the wrong time and the eighth drop was missed, but the 2014 drop was caught on. Camera during a beaker change because of the unusual circumstances of that, drip, the next one is a little delayed. The tenth drop is expected to fall sometime around twenty Twenty-eight keep an eye on the livestream. And until it falls, please excuse the experiments resting pitch
War Heroes Call for New Approach to Politics
"The eve of the midterm elections. A panel of war heroes sat down with Fox News. And all agreed on one thing that politicians need to come together to prioritize the country before their party line retired army ranger, Sean Parnell also said veterans that raise the right hand to volunteer serve this country and they go overseas, and they they get broken. They come back. They fight and bleed for their benefits on the battlefield. They shouldn't have to fight and bleed for their VA benefits here at home. And I wanna make sure that everybody in this country has galvanized behind. Helping our veterans will make it back. Making sure that they have access to the healthcare that they need medal of honor recipient to quote, a Meyer added the benefit that the veterans are there. I mean, I'm going to say that they they fought for right? You know that they should be getting people. But even more importantly like I want people who somebody who's gonna United right? Somebody's gonna come in. And they're gonna they're gonna vote for what's right, not necessarily just I'm going to vote this way. Just so I can stay in and get reelected, right? I want somebody who's gonna come in. And they're going to make a difference
Chicago, Wgn and Gerber discussed on John Williams
"The markets are closed for the independence holiday barnes and noble is terminating ceo demos ponderosa rose after barely a year on the job for violating company policies the new york bookseller said parnell roses termination has nothing to do with financial reporting or potential fraud but it did not provide other specifics about which policies parner did violate wgn sports white sox face the reds tonight andy mazars pregame starts at five thirty five first pitch at six ten with that farmer and darren jackson right here on seven twenty wgn and other sports the detroit tigers at wrigley right now facing the cubs the cubs just tied it up to two in the bottom of the fourth and the next world cup matches are friday will face france and brazil will take on belgium now for a look at wgn traffic here's john desalvo down there's a couple of things going on this afternoon chicago police department saying that foster beach all of the parking is filled so if you do want to head to the north side beach as your best bats are to use public transportation or park a little further away and walk also see ta is letting everybody know that no bikes are allowed on the train or bus today and actually if you're using a stroller or a cart police fall that up before getting onto the columbus drive shutdown between monroe in roosevelt also jackson down between michigan and lake shore drive and congress closed from columbus to the semicircle and that's all for the taste of chicago that doesn't start for a week traffic sponsored by gerber collision in glass when do you get to gerber when you're pretty sure it was a fourway stop that's when you get it to gerber gerber collision in glasgow eight seven seven gerber and get it to gerber for a personalized traffic on demand get the traffic chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hochburg just search t r a f f i x chicago i'm john desalvo in wgn traffic central thank you jan.