33 Burst results for "Paul Revere"

"paul revere" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

03:33 min | Last week

"paul revere" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"It's really interesting question of what makes somebody underrated. And there's a lot of different ways that you can look at it. I think what I do is I'm always curious about how we have the histories that we do have. And what makes them change over time. So we perceive the Civil War differently than people would have 50 or a hundred years ago. We think of, for example, Ulysses S. Grant differently than 50 or a hundred years ago. He's become much more respectful. Thanks to Iran Chernobyl, but in the past history is written by confederates, would have tried to make him out for this drunkard that just threw bodies in battle and that's how he was able to win. So I think a lot of times somebody can become underrated just because for whatever reason that the draft of history that we currently have, wants to intentionally or unintentionally mitigate someone and downplay the effects that they had. So I always think it's worse worth going back and scrutinizing the record and asking, is this for that person really as important as we think they are? Maybe they are. Maybe they aren't. And I think there's a lot of people who are either massively inflated or massively deflated. So yeah, that's my take on it. And then Josh, tell us a little bit about your podcast and what you look for in somebody who is underrated yeah, absolutely. Thanks, Steve. So my podcast is called eyewitness history. And as the name would suggest, I interview and curate stories from people that were eyewitnesses to historical events. So from there you'll find stories as varied as a Holocaust survivor. I interviewed someone who was liberated from Auschwitz. I've also interviewed more lighthearted stuff. I've interviewed Saturday Night Live writers. I interviewed the guy that wrote Chris Farley's last sketch. For instance, all of it fits under this umbrella of history. So anyone that's interested in hearing really amazing stories from really amazing people that were there for events definitely check out eyewitness history. What I think makes a historical event underrated is plain and simply kind of like what Scott said, it's who history remembers or does not remember value in the right way. And boy, the person that I have selected for our discussion, I think will fit the bill on this. I think a lot of it one of you guys made mention about how what the public perception is of the historical figure versus what his or her actual accomplishment was and what they actually did for history. And there can sometimes be a big goal for a delta between the two things. You know, the one that just immediately occurs to me is I think of Paul Revere, whose name all of us know. And we know that primarily because of a poem by longfellow, Paul Revere's ride, which was something that was very popular. It still is, and what a lot of people wouldn't know is that there was another writer named, I think it was Israel bissell, who rode on a great deal further than Paul Revere. You could argue did more. But he's not valued by history in the same way as Paul Revere is why you could say in a word marketing. So that sort of dichotomy I find fascinating. So yeah, that's my nutshell pitch. This is awkward because I was gonna say Paul Revere was the most underrated figure in all of human history, but you just went up to me with your whatever bissell or whatever his name is. I have two children named Paul after Paul Revere. Darn it. Okay. Back to the drawing board. Well, shoot, same time next week, guys. Yes, yeah. Let's reschedule.

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"paul revere" Discussed on Poetic Shadow Podcast

Poetic Shadow Podcast

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"paul revere" Discussed on Poetic Shadow Podcast

"By Henry wadsworth longfellow. Listen to my children as you so here are the midnight ride of Paul Revere. On the 18th of April, in 75, hardly a man is now alive who remembers that famous day in the year. He said to his friend, if the British march by land or sea from the town tonight, hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arts of the north church tower as a signal light, one of by land, and to have by sea. And I on the opposite side will be ready to ride and spread the alarm through every Middlesex village and farm. For the country folk to be up into R, then he said good night, and with muffled door silently rose to the Charles town shore, just as the moon rose over the bay. We're swinging wide under moorings lay the summer set. British men of war, a fandom ship with each masked inspired cross the moon like a prison bar and a huge black mall that was magnified by its own reflection in the tide. Meanwhile, his friend threw Allie and street wonders and watches, whether you careers, till an asylum surrounds him, he hears the muster of men at the barrack door, the sound of arms, and the tramp of feet, and the measure tread of the grenadiers, marching down to their boats on the shore. Then he climbed the tower of the old north church by the wooden stairs with stealthy dread to the belfry chamber overhead and startled the pigeons from their perch on the Selma rafters that round him made masses and moving the shapes of shade by the trembling ladder, steep and tall, to the highest window in the wall, where he paused to listen and look down a moment on the roofs of the town and the moonlight flowing over all. The knee in the churchyard lay the dead in their night encampment on the hill. Wrapped in silence so deep and still that he could hear. Like a sentinel strut. The watchful night went. As it went creeping along from ten to ten and seeming to whisper, all is well. A moment only feels dispelling the place in the hour and the secret dread of the lonely belfry in the dead. For suddenly all his thoughts are on his shadowy something far away. Where the river widens to meet the bay, a line of black that bends and floats on the rising tide like a bridge of boats. Meanwhile, in patients in mountain and ride, Boonen spurred with a heavy stride on the opposite store walked Paul Revere. Natalie patted his horse aside. Now he gave the landscape far and near, then, impetuous. Stamped the earth and turned and tried to saddle girth, but mostly he watched lever research the belfry tower of the old north church, as it rose above the graves on the hill, lonely in spectral and somber and still, and low. As he looks, on the belfry's headache, glimmer, in any gleam of light. He springs to the saddle, the bridle in turns, but lingers and gazes till full on his sight a second lamp in the belfry burns. A hurry of hoofs in a village street, a shape and a moonlight. A bulk in the dark and beneath, from the pencils, and passing a spark struck out by a seed flying fearless and fleet that was all. And yet, through the gloom in the light, the fate of a nation was writing that night, and the sparks struck out by that steam in his flight, kindled the land into flames with its heat. He has left the village and mounted the steep, and beneath him, tranquil and broad and deep is the mystic meeting the ocean tides, and under the alders that skirt its edge. Now soft on the sand. Now loud on the ledge, is heard the tramp of his feet as he rides. It was 12 by the village clock when he crossed the bridge into Medford town. He heard the crowing of the cock and the barking of the farmer's dog and felt the dam of the river fog that rises after the sun goes down. It was won by the village clock when he galloped into Lexington. He saw a gilded weather Cox swim in the moonlight as he passed, and the meeting house windows, black and bear, gaze at him with a spectral glare, as if they already stood aghast at the bloody work they would look upon. It was too by the village when he came to the prison Concord town. He heard the bleeding of the flock, and the Twitter, the birds among the trees, and felt the breath of the morning breeze blowing over the meadow brown. And one was safe in his sleep in his bed who at the bridge would be first to fall, who that day would be lying dead, pierced by a British musket ball. You know the rest. In the books you have read how the British regulars fired and fled. How the farmers gave them ball for the ball. From behind each bins and farmyard wall. Chasing the records down the lane, then crossing the fields to emerge again under the trees at the turn of the road, and only pausing to fire and load. So through the night road taller beer, and so through the night, when it was cry of alarm to every Middlesex village and farm. A cry of the fiance, and not a fear, a voice in the darkness, a knock at the door, and a word that Sherlock will forevermore. Four. Born on the night, one of the past, through all our history, to the last, in the hour of darkness and peril I need. The people will waken and listen to hear the hurrying hook beats of that steed. And the midnight message of Paul Revere..

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"paul revere" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"paul revere" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Myself, what the hell? It's supposed to be a morning, right? 11 days this year, but we get to that momentarily. We'll get to that momentarily. Let's go to Ruth who's calling from Manhattan yard turn to be heard. He had WABC rules. Hi, Curtis. How are you today? I've had better days. Now, I think this has been addressed before, but what's the reason we're so obsessed with maintaining the borders of Ukraine and not our own border, the southern border. I concur with you, you could do both, but we have no attention on our border with Mexico none. Our president won't go down there, the vice president won't go down there, nobody wants to go down there and see what's going on other than people who live on the border areas who are like Paul Revere seeing warning warning thousands are coming across thousands, tens of thousands, and the president and the vice president while the vice president and just giggles, they choose to have window shades on their eyes. Right. And the president goes everywhere, but whenever there's a flood or a bit of building collapses, he's in his plane running down there, but he refuses or just doesn't even bother to address that issue. He wants it to happen. Well, you know what? It's like Ruth land, you were growing up and let's say you were a little unkempt to or your room was not organized well. It was a mess. You didn't want to go into your room when your parents said, hey, come. I'll show you how bad your room is. You didn't want to go in your room. Same thing here. He doesn't want to go to the water because he knows. He knows just from firsthand information from others. It's a hot mess down there, but remember, they only care about allowing the illegals to come over because they are hoping in the future that if they stay long enough, you know, they'll get a green card and work Visa and then eventually citizenships and reward the Democrats for being the party that encourage them to come across the border. We shall consider to be the spoils of bringing across the illegals. And it can complete reverse to where the Republicans were under Ronald Reagan. They wanted the illegal aliens for the cheap labor. So it's like we're going in cycles now, Ruth. Get it. But do appreciate it. Yeah, we can help the Ukraine and obviously the Ukrainians are starting to turn it around on Putin. And his T two tanks, man. With all this new firepower that we and the NATO allies are installing with the Ukrainians and it's starting to kick the ass out of the Russians. Kind of impressive. I mean, let's be honest. Ladies and gentlemen, when Putin had his tanks on the way to Kyiv, how many of you thought that those tanks would be stopped in their tracks, you figured a zelensky's gonna be on a plane to New York

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"paul revere" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"paul revere" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"And I had all the job offers and I just sat in my little clerk's office and I thought, I just feel like that's not what I'm supposed to do and work for one of these big law firms. I remember thinking, well, what do you want to do? And I thought, well, you know, I should use my legal skills because I feel like God shown me I should do that. But I want to help pastors and churches and religious freedoms and our founding principles and not even like to go to seminary. And a laughed because there was no such paying job in the country at the time. And about two weeks later, two guys called me never met him, big partners with big national law firms. They said, look, we go to lunch. And I said, sure, they said, you know, we started donating our time for religious liberty, and we're not getting so many calls. It's hurting our ability to make a living. So we were wondering, would you be willing to come on, do legal cases, help passers, churches, religious freedoms, and our founding principles, and you can even go to seminary part time. If you want to. You know, being a little, maybe a little immature in my faith at that time and my mid to lower 20s. I said, let me pray about it like that wasn't the answer to prayer. And what I said yes, they said, how much you need to live on and I was at the time I was making 28,000 as a clerk for a federal court. So, I mean, they pitched in out of their pocket. We started a nonprofit, and that was 33 years ago. And, you know, 33 years later, first liberty is the largest legal nonprofit in the country that all we do is really just freedom and amazingly, and I give God the glory for this because you could never produce this of your own effort. We just had two landmark victories at the Supreme Court within 6 days of each other for religious liberties. So it's amazing it's an American story, right? Something that didn't even exist, but somebody had a dream and God carried him along and now we're, you know, where we need to be, which is unfortunately really we need to be able to handle last year over 700 legal matters because of what's happening across our country.

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We've Ceased to Inspire Young People About American Liberty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 3 months ago

We've Ceased to Inspire Young People About American Liberty

"Folks I am talking to Rick green founder of patriot academy patriot academy dot com. I hope you'll go there. I hope you'll become a constitution coach. Americans need to wake up. And Rick of what gets me choked up is when I wrote my book if you can keep it, I revisited some of the stories of some of these patriots who gave their lives and Nathan Hale as the one that chokes me up. There was for two centuries Americans knew that this 21 year old man died for liberty died for his country. We would celebrate him and know who he was. And we would memorize the poem Paul Revere's ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. And we would remind ourselves over and over in the culture of the nobility of this idea of liberty and how we have to stand against tyranny and how we have to face death and some people have to die. And that's what makes us who we are as Americans is what makes us willing to live out our faith to live out to pay the price of liberty, many of us have given our lives over the decades and the centuries. And we used to teach that in the culture. We used to teach that in the public schools and all the schools. And by the way, folks, these things are true. But we've ceased to do that. We've ceased to inspire young people, especially about look how beautiful this is, that this person valued doing the right thing more than anything. And that's why we got to have this country that we have today. So it's an amazing thing and I think teaching that history, which is a big part of what David Barton has done at wall builders and you're involved with it every day. That is part of the key is getting people excited about our history. No doubt, man. And by not doing it by not honoring it. I mean, we dishonor them by not living out that freedom. Lincoln said it best when the Gettysburg address. How do you honor it? You have an increased devotion, he said, to the cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion. So if we're not out there engaged in this, if we're not spending at least a little bit of our live fortune and sacred honor to preserve freedom, and that's all we ask people to do. Say, listen, give a little bit of your life. Two hours a week. Do you pick one night a week, do a constitution class, get your Friends together, your fortune donate to good candidates donate to good causes and sacred honor, be willing to stand up and be honorable and speak truth, even if you get canceled out there.

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Don't Miss the 'Experience' of Student Action Summit 2022

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 4 months ago

Don't Miss the 'Experience' of Student Action Summit 2022

"You've been to many turning point USA events. In fact, you've played a critical role in creating that kind of immersive experience. You kind of started first as an MC at one of our turning point events. If I remember in SaaS 18 or SaaS 17 if I'm not mistaken and then all of a sudden you're like, this could be bigger. This could be boulder for people that are listening, what are they missing out on if they're like, oh, I don't need to go to Tampa this weekend. What are they missing out on? You're not missing out on an event. You're missing out on an experience. The experience of saving your country is really exciting, actually. Who among us wouldn't want to go back and ride with Paul Revere, who among us wouldn't want who stormed the beaches on D-Day and tell those stories, jump into Normandy on a plane. Who wouldn't want to be part of saving a great country? And we are at a country in need of saving right now. And so the people who are gathering and student action summit turning point USA student action summit, not just students. It's parents, it's people all ages, all ages, all the way up to your grandparents, which is my mom and dad who will be in attendance, who just moved down to Florida. So it'll be a celebration of conservatism. It'll be a celebration of freedom. You're in Florida. And most importantly, it will be a chart path for the future for how we save this great nation, and there is so much value in the assembly of people. That's why the right to assembly is there in our constitution. And so we will assemble and we will chart that path with Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis. I mean, who doesn't want to see the two of them?

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"paul revere" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"paul revere" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hurts the poor and fails to fix the planet. Ladies and gentlemen, here they are, are four debaters ready to get started. So we are going to go in three rounds and obviously we begin with round one and round one is comprised of opening statements by each debater in turn. Here are up first to argue yes to the question that humans can adapt to climate change is Matthew Kahn. Ladies and gentlemen, Matthew Kahn. Folks, good evening. It's great to be here Climate change is a real concern, so why am I so optimistic about our future despite the challenges we face? Climate scientists are making great progress right now, providing pinpoint predictions of the new risks we face about the timing and the geography of extreme heat, fire risk, sea level rise, flooding, natural disaster risk. As an economist, I celebrate this Paul Revere effect. Paul Revere lived a long time ago, the climate scientists are the new Paul Revere, giving us this heads up about these new challenges we face. Folks, how do we respond to these new challenges we face? A fundamental idea from economics is that we're not passive victims. I hope there's some economists in the room tonight. I am looking around for you a few. I'm married to an economist, my son is training in economics, and I want to convey just a couple of ideas from economics, which is the root source of my optimism and why I ask you to vote in favor of the recommendation tonight. Economists reject the view that we are passive victims. We argue that we have strong incentives to adapt to the very real challenges we face. I've written two books and I've worked on the subject of the microeconomics of adapting to climate change. I'm looking around, did anyone read climates? Oh, tough room. Did anyone read my 2021 Yale University press adapting to climate change book? Tough room. Well, all right. Folks, here is the cliff notes version of my book, my work. Three ideas I want you to take away. First, our collective imagination and ingenuity creates a thrust of entrepreneurship to help us to create the solutions we are going to need to adapt to this challenge. I believe that the world's entrepreneurs and their 7.5 billion of us on this planet as we seek solutions this demand creates supply of this sharp entrepreneurial push, point number two. Economic growth is essential for adaptation. We don't worry about Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk of how Dell adapt. We've seen Jeff Bezos take his rocket into outer space. He has rejected me as a passenger for reasons you now understand. For people in Bangladesh for people in India for poor people in the United States, we need them to grow richer so that they can protect themselves from the real threats we now face a third reason I'm optimistic about our ability to adapt is government. Government plays an essential role, especially government which has economic growth behind it. We've learned from the Holland experience of how the Dutch have protected themselves from sea level rise with infrastructure which protected all of their people against these risks. So folks, why am I an optimist? I'm staring at the clock ticking down. I want to tell you about some of my graduate students at the University of Southern California. They are studying adaptation in rural Bangladesh and rural India. Some of the poorest parts of the world. These individuals are not passive victims facing these challenges. These rice growing farmers have several strategies to adapt. They can move to cities. They can switch from rice farming to shrimp farming. They can switch from rice to seeds that are more resilient. My students are studying the adaptation challenge as cautious optimists and are teaching me in their work. The future are young people working on these problems and I'm betting on the young to help us to make the progress we need to make, so please vote yes on the initiative. Thank you, Matthew Kahn. Thank you, Matthew. Thank

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Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Running 76 Marathons for a Cause

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Running 76 Marathons for a Cause

"I'm not making this up. He's my guest right now. Tom Jones, welcome to the Erik metaxas show. Hey Eric, thanks for having me on. Look, I want to ask you so many questions. First of all, the principal reason I'm having you on is because you are going to be doing something fairly shortly along the lines you just described. What is this thing that you're going to be doing soon? Actually, I'm almost right in the middle of it. I've run 30 back to back marathons as we speak in the middle of it now. Yes, yes, we left April 19th from montevallo, Alabama, and I've been running a marathon a day every day since then, including today. A marathon a day, okay, that's not something I've ever done, even for a single day. So what you're doing right now, it's affiliated with united we pledge. What is united we pledge? Because I know your goal is to draw awareness to the constitution to American freedom. What is united we pledge? The united we pledge is a nonprofit organization and what they're doing is they're building a very special and magical place called the American village. And the American village is a place that has recreations exact replica recreations of buildings that were instrumental in the constitution and the Revolutionary War. And they also have people that play the parts of people that were instrumental in that time, like George Washington, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Paul Revere's wife, men and women, they have colonial soldiers. And what they do is they bring in families and in particular kids, and they let them step onto the stage of American history and become part of the story. So it's a very, very impactful experience as far as history goes.

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"paul revere" Discussed on MusicSwap

MusicSwap

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"paul revere" Discussed on MusicSwap

"I don't know why I never thought of this, but for some reason it never occurred to me as like an idea of like putting the drums backward. Like that seems like something I would have heard or recognized by now, but no, that was so new to me. Oh, there's a Beastie Boys song. Paul Revere. Where the whole drum track for that is all backwards. The whole instrumentation for that song is all backwards. Okay, well now I have to actually listen to the podcast. So that I can get all of these again. Catch these song names. Yeah, I really liked the vibes here, the feelings of distance, self hatred, I don't know, because I feel weird saying that. Because lots of the stuff I listen to, like, that's not very subtle. But this feels a little more like subdued. But not really, at the same time. I was reading a little bit too, you know, we talked about the vocals being kind of goofy and stuff sometimes, and there's some parts where he does a lot of screaming and shouting, and I was reading that at their live performances, a lot of times those who are familiar with seeing modest mouse live will have seen this, but he'll screaming into the pickups of the guitar, produces like kind of a crackly effect. It is the sound you hear. I don't know if you're familiar with the stone temple pilot song, dead and bloated. It's the one that starts out at the beginning. That whole part at the beginning, he's doing that through a guitar, as well. Cool. Yeah. Before the song kind of kicks in. This is not a commonly used effect, but you recognize it when you hear it. All right, so overall you like this one. Uh huh. That's a win for me. It's a win. We want to start keeping tally marks like a little chart. Wait, how many have I won so far? Let's see. This is episode three. Yeah..

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The Idiocy of the Three Recalled School Board Members in San Francisco

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 10 months ago

The Idiocy of the Three Recalled School Board Members in San Francisco

"I mentioned a couple of days ago, the great news that in a recall election three of the most left wing members of the San Francisco school board were tossed out and tossed out not by some 51 to 49 margin, but giant margins in excess of 70% in all cases. Now, these three leftists on the school board, I mean, they are actually probably three of the dumbest people in San Francisco. I'm talking here about Gabriela Lopez, fuga moliga and Alison Collins. And they were part of this group that was pushing to rename the schools in San Francisco. To get an idea of how monumentally inane these guys are, they wanted to throw off. Well, they wanted to kick off Washington because he was a slave owner. So that's it. Enough said. With Lincoln, they couldn't say that he was a slave owner because he wasn't so they go link its policies were called detrimental to native peoples. One strike on your out. But to me, the funniest one was Paul Revere. And so apparently somebody did a kind of a Wikipedia a Google search. This is the extent of scholarship at the San Francisco school board. And they said that Paul Revere had taken part in an expedition that stole the land of the penobscot Indians. Well, turns out they misread the article, revere did have a role in what's called the penobscot expedition, but this was a campaign against the British, not against the Indians. So Paul Revere essentially was kicked off a school for reasons that had nothing to do with what the guy actually did. Now, reacting to their expulsion, the head of the San Francisco school board. And this is Gabriela Lopez. She tweets out she goes, so if you fight for racial justice, this is the consequence. Don't be mistaken. White supremacists are enjoying this. And the support of the recall is aligned with this. So she's basically acting like the recall was led by white supremacists. Now think about this 70% of the voters in San Francisco evident. In San Francisco, a white

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San Francisco Voters Oust Three School Board Members

The Larry Elder Show

01:41 min | 10 months ago

San Francisco Voters Oust Three School Board Members

"Meanwhile, here, closer to California. There were recall election involving three school board members. Why were they facing a recall election? Well, Asian American voters were angered because the school board introduced a lottery system for high school called Lowell high school. Lowell high school probably the finest public high school in California always had an admissions based test. And as a result, the majority of the school board were Asian American kids. And that, of course, does not work under the dye narrative, diversity, inclusion, equity. So these three board members voted to have an emissions based upon racial representation. Also, while they were shutting down the school, the school board members spent a lot of time debating on how to rename schools and some of the historical figures that were threatened to be canceled, included but were not limited to Abraham Lincoln and the three other presidents on Mount Rushmore, a Spanish conquistador named Balboa, John Muir, the naturalist and Paul Revere the Revolutionary War figure, all of those faced having been canceled by the school board members and as a result, these three school board members. Allison Collins, Gabriella Lopez, and feluga, malinga. We're facing recall elections all three were recalled. 79% voting to oust Collins. 75% voting to oust Lopez 72% voting to remove

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"paul revere" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"paul revere" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We need more Paul Revere's out there not less So I always tell you during the show you know we get comments criticisms I listen to them during the break I read your emails and people so I leave my Facebook page open for comments and people comment in the back end then a lady Marie just commented OMG I have to shut you off I'm a true conservative from New Jersey And I love the rush but he was never an alarmist dial it back Oh Marie I'm wondering well I wouldn't categorize Russia's an alarmist I think that's an opinion based term more than anything But I'm not sure Marie you and I listen to the same rush libo because man no one adored Rush Limbaugh more than me but when rush saw a problem believe me Russia was the first one with no BS to come out and say hey you said we got a problem here I'm not sure what radio I was you were listening to And if you want me to pretend and you want to turn off the radio and pretend like this inflation crisis and debt crisis and that spiral we're going through is just going to go away by flowery thoughts and singing kumbaya and making s'mores then yes turn me off You're right And you'll get kicked in the teeth with this crisis when it comes your way I told you we can fix it I've said it repeatedly I'll always be an optimist about the future of the United States cause bless this country The minute we were founded But let's not pretend everything's going you know peaches and cream right now so we can pat each other on the back And just start singing campfire songs while the country decays in front of us No no no no You're right I'm not your guy then And that's all right And let me get to this Hey stand up for what you believe in can be challenging I know But there are basic things you can do to stand up for your principles like buying from companies that believe in what you and I believe in We've got to stick together now more than.

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"paul revere" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"paul revere" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"North clavin Americas Paul Revere Calling now at 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one So we're on with Bill O'Reilly Bill so let me get this straight You and president Trump are going to four different locations for live events Yes We'll open up in sunrise Florida on December 11th Saturday And I hope you'll be my guest to that show if you're down there Give me that thing What December 11th I'm sorry Yes December 11th Saturday That's the first show And then we'll go up to Orlando on the 12th Sunday At the amway center where the Orlando basketball team plays And then what next weekend on the 18th at the Toyota center in Houston and the 19th at the American airline center in Dallas So these are huge venues We've sold almost 30,000 tickets already Wow They make great Christmas on Hanukkah gifts I mean if somebody ever gave you a ticket to these shows you'll be their best friend forever Because I can tell you after the two hours and 20 minutes you're going to know more about your country Then you could learn in 5 years And it's going to be entertaining I mean nobody knows what's going to happen I mean I'm there Is there anything good happen So we're very pleased I'm very pleased with my production company putting it on And the whole thing And again if you're down in Florida on December 11th at sunrise Lauderdale I hope you'll come in here I see what I can do Seriously Yeah That'd be fun Now I'm just running this down Now let me ask you this Will the press be there by invitation or not No press Good We are going to videotape all four shows for archival purposes And I will use some of those clips on Bill O'Reilly dot com My nose spin news And on my radio we have 300 stations across the country In fact you lead into me at our flagship station WABC in New York So it's a little Riley thing And we'll use some clips there Sounds like a law firm Well I'll tell you what if you hired us you'd be in good stead And then I think this was the reason that took a while to convince Donald Trump to do this But I said look you're going to have about 8 hours of tape because he gets the tape as well I get the tape he gets the tape You can use that any way you want And in our discussions I don't think you mind me telling you this I keep telling him if you're going to run for president again you got to change You've got to run on your record You got a record and specifically when you put it up against Biden and the Democrats my God you don't need the mean tweets anymore Not to say that you don't do that sometimes Okay But that's not the centerpiece Your personality isn't a center piece It's what you did for the country Do you agree with that Oh I think that should be first and foremost Absolutely because if he is a hell of a record if he did that he'd win I think you know what I mean See It's the independence that look in your state Virginia young can warn because of independence You're not going to change the minds of the left wing loons They're going to stay crazy And Trump's base is not going to abandon him You need to persuade the independence to break big as young and did And that's what Donald Trump would have to do should he choose to run again And what does he say when you tell him that Yeah you know he doesn't push back on it but I think that he is a man that is so used to if somebody hits him he hits back And it takes discipline not to do that So I'm not sure he has that discipline but it is a big prize at the end of that rainbow Four more years of Donald Trump the deal maker And that's why he was a successful president He made deals Would bring the country back because we are in a very as you know and you analyze every day Disastrous situation right now after ten months with Biden Look at the things they're finding out Bill about this Russia collusion stuff and Hillary It's unbelievable And the corruption level my new column on Bill O'Reilly dot com is called corruption So you had was you knew that the press no matter how fictional the charges against Donald Trump were not going to check anything out they would just going to run with it as a reporter at The New York Times they Maggie haberman who did more than a hundred anonymous based anti Trump stories And got a Pulitzer Prize And everything she printed was false She didn't get back the prize If he was committed and say hey you got to give it back because it was all BS And this is corruption when you have a political party partnering up with the corporate media to destroy a Republican presidential candidate and then a president That's corruption And getting back to the history I think that's the worst political corruption ever Amen In this entire republic All right so one more time Where people want to find you tell us all the places they can find Okay so there's an easy situation The Fort Lauderdale Florida show is Saturday December 11th Orlando Sunday December 12th Houston Saturday September December 18th December December December And Dallas.

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The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 1 year ago

The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.

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The Ride of Sybil Ludington

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:01 min | 1 year ago

The Ride of Sybil Ludington

"Night in question that gave civil place in history was on april. Twenty six seventeen seven civil had just turned sixteen years old on the evening. In question a writer came to their home to tell her father that the british had attacked and burn the town of danbury connecticut. The ludington house was located just south of connecticut. Along the coast from long island british. General william tyron had come to destroy the arms and ammunition stockpiles with over two thousand men. Curdle ellington had to assemble the four hundred militiamen in the county to defend themselves from the british. The problem was the militia had been disbanded for the winter and hadn't yet reassembled. The record is in clear on what happened next either. Civil volunteered or her father asked her but either way. Civil set out to warn the residents of nearby towns and to assemble the militia. She supposedly grabbed a stick and set up with her horse at nine pm with their sticks. She prided the horse and used it to knock on the doors. Of all the houses she stopped at all evening. She wrote around putnam county warning the citizens and calling the militia to assemble all night long. She called out. The british are burning. Danbury through the darkness of night she wrote a forty miles or sixty four kilometers. She took a circular route through the county visiting the towns of carmel mayo pack. Ken cliffs and farmers mill before returning. Home herreid wasn't just long. It was dangerous now. Not only were there loyalists in the region but there were british troops and a local group of outlaws known as skinner's plus. It rained that night and she had to do most of the rides soaking wet when she got back home in the morning. She was exhausted and soaked but she had done her job. The militia was assembled and they were able to drive general tyron back to long island. Sound civil was congratulated by our neighbors and supposedly by george washington himself just as a point of comparison. Symbols ride was three times longer than paul. Reveres she did it in the rain and she did it during the war. When there were actual enemies about paul veers ride was done just before the war started and there wasn't any danger from the british yet.

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Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

"They're mostly reprobates who hate the country in which they live. Have contributed nothing. So it's betterment. Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others while they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible. The enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. Attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential or leadership positions in the Democratic Party, media, academia, the culture and etcetera and I might add. Many in the Republican Party. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Paul Revere. Thomas Paine, to name a few. And become energized and spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. John Adams. James Madison. Benjamin Franklin. And many others. Well. They have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated The most powerful military force on Earth. And found the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of

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We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 1 year ago

We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More

"Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others. While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx. His writings are responsible for the enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embracing advanced Marxism, Marxism score ideas. An attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. Bear with me. I'm reading with one eye. These are the useful idiot to occupy. And influence our leadership positions in the Democratic Party media academia in the culture. But we must take solace. Find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Thomas Paine. To name a few. Become energized and in spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison. Benjamin Franklin and many others. Well, they have smeared and degraded. While they have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We must continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated the most powerful military force on Earth. Founded the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of mankind.

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'American Marxism' Achieves Over Half a Million Copies Sold

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 1 year ago

'American Marxism' Achieves Over Half a Million Copies Sold

"I want you to be Really quite uplifted by something. American Marxism. In the first week sold as you know, 400,000 copies, hardcover and all other platforms. Unheard of This past week it sold Another 150,000. The vast majority of which were hardcover. This has given a take was the final numbers aren't in likely a bit higher. That's 550,000 copies in one form or another of American Marxism in the hands of half a million people. The book. Many books and audio But a book. A substantive book. A serious book. And at the end of the book, an action plan in the book. This gives me a lot of hope. Because when you folks read the book and take your time, but when you read the book You'll be able to pass the knowledge and information on the person down the street. People who live with you. And others. This is important. This is our Thomas Paine and Paul Revere moment. Not because I said it, but because it is And you are all participating in it. You are all participating in it.

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"paul revere" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"paul revere" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Take a lot of ao sees and other people statements about january six and then change it from her. Saying ted cruz. Did this or that person did this to her. Admitting she did it related to all the things that happened all summer. And then all you. She's actually just confessing that really. This is a violation of oath. This violation of the constitution is put people in danger. I really shouldn't be a congressman. They should lock me up all the things he's thinking about. Other people are really confessions of what she's done right so of course we'd rather this go to the ballot box but at some point do sort of feel like they're going to do something that will push to their side but my other question related to this is It seems to me you know. I know i'm a crazy. Right wing conspiracy theorist but it seems to me that something's not quite right with joe biden and it seems to me that pretty much everyone knows it. And joe biden often slips up and says oh i'm gonna get in trouble for saying this and the question of course is well. Who's you can get in trouble with. At what point is that a legal issue that it seems that everyone around joe biden knows. Something's not right with him. And what i keep saying is at some point. It's going to break. Something's going to happen. One of those moments that he freezes into the camera is going to go on for twenty seconds longer than the twenty seconds it goes on now or or some other something and suddenly when the dam breaks. The rats are going to have to get off that ship so fast and they're all going to turn on each other. Everyone's going to be like no. No i was the one. I was the one that wanted to wave. And tell everybody and tell the media and all that stuff and they will turn on each other like could end up a real legal case related to all of that. Well there is. It's another case of confession through projection. Because you think about all the allegations against trump that there's family members involved in corruption overseas that it involved foreign illicit interference in the election and that the president is someone who's mentally ill and should be removed for twenty-fifth amendment purposes they basically were describing joe biden. And there's no quick that is what the twenty fifth amendment is. Therefore i think the problem. The political democratic establishment has. I think even thought about using it at some point. The problem is kamala. Harris is so hated throughout the country. They don't have a popular replacement So i think that there's no question. We had live dementia candidate that people like putin. Get to make fun of on a regular basis. I mean the north koreans are making fun of us. The north koreans. This is not good so this is the sign of where we're at. It's a sign of a declining empire. Michael malice calls it a white pill. He's like just look at it. Joe biden is the head of the empire. How can you not feel optimistic for the so. The there's some truth to that but yeah no. They're the twenty-fifth amendment. Is there for people. Like joe biden. Who are clearly constitutionally cognitively incapable of exercising the duties of their office barnes. I look forward to continuing this adventure with you we got. We got a lot of work to do right. I always end my show these days by saying you know we got work to do and i got nothing better than save the world exactly the way i see it as i tell people. It's like paul revere were in his little Silversmith shop back in the seventeen sixty s in the world might look like doom and gloom but within a generation we had the greatest revolution the world had ever seen robber. Barnes i thank you my friend.

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You Will Be the Paul Revere's of 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 1 year ago

You Will Be the Paul Revere's of 'American Marxism'

"I just want to make sure every one of you is with us. And has your copy of American Marxism. As I said before. One of the men I admire so much as Thomas Paine. And one of the greatest documents ever written. Was 45 Excuse me. 47 page long pamphlet on the American crisis. And George Washington thought so too. There are a country of about 2 2.5 million people, 200,000 people. 10% of the population. Read that pamphlet. It would be as if 30 million people read the book That's not going to happen. But that's why I mentioned Paul Revere. You're going to be the Paul Revere's, too. We're gonna spread the word. I think our fellow citizens who loved this country whether they be democratic Republican or nothing. Whether they be black or white or brown or whatever. Whether they be gentile or Jew. Regardless whether they be fifth generation citizen or newly minted immigrant. If you love this country will put aside any superficial differences. And we will rally to the defense. Of our liberty. The future for our Children and our

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"paul revere" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"paul revere" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"If we kill our projects, and they're allowed to continue with theirs, By the way, I think you all know this. The single biggest polluter in the world is not the United States. We're not even close the single biggest polluter. The United States is China by a mile and they have no attacked And you think they care about climate change? No, the Communists in Beijing want to take over the s the economic superpower and we cannot allow that to happen. I want to mention a couple of quick things because I just wanna have fun with you today. I really do want to hear back from, you know, I got a couple of great guests by the way, coming up shortly, but Here's another one. I really want to hear I I am so angry about this I can barely I could barely talk about. It makes me so angry. Did you see what happened in San Francisco this week where the San Francisco School board has announced they they are going to change the name of dozens and dozens of schools in San Francisco because they do not want you're not gonna believe this, but I guarantee what is true folks. They don't want any school named after Abraham Lincoln. One of the greatest the man who freed the slaves. They say he's a racist ever have Lincoln on when we thought we lost 500,000 Americans too pretty. The slaves I dream about Lincoln. And they say no, we can't name a school Abraham Lincoln. I don't know whether to laugh or cry. How about this one, the father of our country. George Washington. They don't want schools named after church, Washington and California not making this stuff up about this one. Paul Revere, We're gonna go Paul Revere, hopefully from our history books, right? The British are coming. The British are coming. Apparently, he's a racist, he said something that was racist 250 years ago, and so we're not going to celebrate Paul Revere. I could go out and on with these things, but it's just craziness. That is craziness. I'm so sick of this now. I want to make one other point, if I may. I want to go back to this point about energy. Because this is an amazing statistic. I want you all to think about and I watch it all remember, And when you're talking to your friends about climate change and energy issues challenge with most Americans would be surprised by this. The question is that imposing to you What percentage of American energy in 2000? I think these statistics go through 29 2019 so that the most recent but they go through the end of last year, 2019. What percentage of our energy came from oil, gas and coal. Those air the fossil fuels that Joe Biden in the left wants to get rid of what percentage of our.

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"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

"I mean yes. Is it good. Check it out. There was a group for a while though to right was kinda like but it was like it was like a stephen cells. Kind of like. I'm going to build a band pet projects right. I mean there was a bunch of those but listen but the record is the record has manassas And i think that he's it's it's everybody's listed on the front when. I'm pretty sure if you went to find it in a store. You'd have to look under stephen stills but Yes just get a copy of the stills young band album hawaiian shirt and drink the album. If the elmore neil young invents yacht rock it is. It's the birth of yacht. Rock really album is the birth. He's a time travelling vampire because he knew he traveled a nineteen seventy-nine like jesus a little river band is doing really well. We should do something. Then he went back today stills. I got a good way to make a lot of money. You know real quick and the chicks will dig it guys aware sweaters. It'll be awesome. I mean mail by a couple above time traveler. He's just like more of a mirror so he just shows us. The best and worst parts of ourselves does yacht. Rock was always in us. It just hadn't shown itself yeah That's gonna be the head air line for this episode yacht. Rock was always in us. Shown itself to yet griffith. Jerry what are you guys are. Do you have anything going on or is there any secret things. You can't tell us sir van what's going on you guys now. We are. You know we're recording as hard as we can. We are home recording. We've all kind of got her own little setups. We're also doing a lot of riding together when we can you know and Yeah we're just trying to plot and plan for next year as much as you can and figure out how to kind of stay afloat through all this while still like maintaining air safety and be like.

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"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

"I was writing songs into that realm a lot more. Because there's a lot of between that makes a lotta sense. I i love hutson how they did. What's that song. Why would you not want to go. There is that the name of that song. God that they're they're fucking great man. Dude my favorite. And you can't really find it anywhere but Who said last time i checked. It was on spotify but The He has a song that was on the the original. Hutson helmuth demo. Cd which. I cannot find any more in line with the computer with it on that i tunes is just you know died. Ten years ago so But they have a song called asleep on the couch which is like one of my favorite songs of all time and now like i can only finally shitty youtube Okay and it just breaks my heart. It's like it's such a good song but while there yeah powerful vocal driven acoustic group from from philly. Now they're great and so some of the stuff you're saying made me think of this. I think one of the reasons. I i really appreciate you guys in and have been for a while in. This is another thing i like about. Neal is when y'all start at your. I mean like a three or four piece. No percussion a very acoustic. And you've on your own terms not by any like pressure from anyone else. You're like i think now we wanna do this kind of a record. You got a full drummer and like a full ban. Set up in We've we've gone through similar. Change russ went from home to a full kit in. It wasn't really based on things this record that we wanted to make and i feel like neil. He's obviously a musical inspiration for us. But i think his personality and when he talks about i could never decide between being like a solo acoustic act and just fucking waylon on an electric guitar. So i did. Both i just. I don't know. I think i really appreciate that about you. Guys have you gotten any blowback since you've gotten like since you've incorporated full bamberger of people pretty you know every once in awhile this new record. There's like maybe a couple of people who are just like sounds like you guys are forgetting who you are like that kind of that kind of nonsense you know we have to. We're not placating to anyone to get on the radio because radio doesn't really exist anymore. It's like what we're just running records that we feel that we're doing. We're everything's in service to the song itself and it's not really about anything else and i and anytime you make any type of change. There's always going to be some some people out there that like mike when we originally You know moved away from harmonica and people were like. And then we add. We have been joined the band for. Fuck yeah ben. So good accordion. He's so good and like we had people be like. That's okay but i really miss that harmonica and then bend to go back on. Tour solo actually brought jackson into play harmonica. And they're like yeah but that benghazi was really good. Just got to be like..

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"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

"The fucking country in the world and it's just oh men like just seeing like places like boot and sat on philadelphia and hoagies in fort collins like all these these venues that we that the the the scary thing about it. Is that like those. The ones that are being hit hardest in the ones that are dropping off our like our level of venue. You know the the the two hundred seven hundred seat venue gray that where we play all over the country. Those are the ones that are struggling. Like the little mom and pop. You know that seat twenty five people they seem to be surviving than the really big ones. Have you know are subsidized and have a lot of support. And you know they're owned by live nation. They have more money than god. So we're be around for you know continually but it's that middle ground of the people who like started venue. They really care about music and like it's just them and it's like they're the ones that have fallen by the wayside such bomber man to watch. Yeah which is my favorite kind of venue. I think i've been like two or three. Like sis stadium shows and it. It's fine but i liked that. Two hundred to seven hundred crowd lie oaks. Segue back to kneel. Mike that fucking thing. You sent us a coming out. That he's putting out. A live was down at the rust bucket way down in the rust buck. Yeah holy shit. Yeah that was a club show. They did to warm up for the ragged glory tour in the nineties. Y'all do in a club show. Yeah is so fucking cool to me. I kinda dude just like roll up in his electric fucking pickup truck and like who the tiny little like you know. Ten watt amp the back of his car. And just start playing two three people like next to a taco shop somewhere. So when i was in my friend used to live in the red woods is a his. His dad managed a camp in the redwoods. Like a around san francisco and there was this kind of near where neil lived whereas house and there was this like little Up on the hill on this mountain there was this little restaurant sort of like an alice's restaurant. I think it might have even been called alice's restaurant type of thing just like a small mom and pop sort of thing and they said that every once in a while neil would just show up with guitar and if you were lucky enough you just play a quick set and i was like i would i would be. Can we go there like every night. I was like going live their employees. Never have it's like the the equivalent of going to the comedy cellar. And you know chris. Rock pops or some schilling now but luke. You should be excited about that outcome. 'cause there's a live version of t. bone on there. I saw that. I'm very excited. Hopefully it's not like twenty minutes. Hopefully it's twenty five minutes. You fuck an idiot easiest christ. Why do you hate that song. It's a great. It's just shouldn't be like nine minutes long. It should it three and a half four boy. A song should have three minutes of music two and a half minutes of lyrics three and a half minutes of a jam and then possibly bridge his after four minutes. You just like okay. I get it. It's the music man a great bucket and on you know crazy your also your spend you love. You know what they're jams are pretty good and they sound great sounds bad year career crazy birds items poorly mixed and hits a lot of his greg guitar playing gets lost in the mix griffin..

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"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

"Listening i promise you for not neil lacks Yes so ghost. Land is a huge festival in portland. That you guys put on. It started off. You know fairly small when as you guys are coming up in. It's just blown up into this monster thing that takes place over a few days at thompson's point So last year Your lineup had me super excited and then like everyone else. I saw you guys doing that thing where you're like okay. We're gonna postpone it. We're going to push it back and then it's like now we can't do it. Dad no guardianship together. Yeah in that. So twenty twenty one. I mean not. Just go slammed but were how are you guys planning. Twenty twenty one. Are you tentatively planning anything. Are you at such a thing you know mean. Yeah i mean our our Our booking team is like hard work at that kind of thing. Where it's like the it's still so uncertain. I mean we're hoping summer mean at least we know we can do Outdoor shows ish. Yes issue because we did about you know after the pandemic started we did about Fifteen shows out in public. Roughly around what we did something like was like now Really really really worried about them. Being safe And how they were handled so like we but we knew that we now know that's possible so hopefully once the weather warms up we can start doing outdoor shows again but right. Now it's kinda like we keep booking shows and just like they keep getting pulled and moved. And i mean that's it. That's the only thing you can do. I mean and ghost land is is similar. fate were like recruit. Were hoping your hope. Positively like cautiously optimistic for it for for this year. You think or okay. Nice man yeah. We have to be because otherwise you know. We'll hope if something happens we. Hopefully we get the same lineup. Yeah i just feel bad for these twenty twenty one so yeah suit. Because i'm the i'm superset about. Yeah i just i feel bad for all these venues to man especially up in portland where you guys are from the. They're just getting decimated by this shit and it's on an stay. State theaters getting hit hard. Import city are closed down and is that permanent port city. 'cause that really sucks except to say i i mean it's the I hope it's not. I hope it's not but at the same time it's like i'm sure it's not for the. It doesn't make sense for them to keep paying rent building graham if there's no way for them to make an income and then it also like for the Owner of that. It's like it's a lot to pay in taxes to be in the middle downtown portland to have nothing coming in. You're like nothing coming in. So yeah Itself to say. I hope that it's still around. I would imagine if port city is like disappears to a bygone age and like the state theatre crew will be back with something really impressive again. There's no question about it. But and then it's it's it's so scary because then i mean that's just portland maine and then you think about every city in.

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"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

"If none of it's real okay. I'll fake and i was like this is too good of a story in to actually tell the story itself. Yeah can't like. I mean it's just like picking on event in history and just like to make up my own story. Yeah no i mean. I i had no idea about the steve earle thing. After that up they wrote the song together I'm trying to remember the name of it. Give me one second but Yeah it's what i mean. There's a couple of those is always like also what quentin tarantino does with his village. Oh yes right. Yeah nazi killing antitheses. Which is nothing wrong with that. I enjoyed. i'm a big tarantino fan. So a t. Can do whatever he wants exactly well. It's great that you know. Some main guys brought back to maine. Yeah hell you is. That is that is an amazing story at what they did a gettysburg and stuff like that and i'm sure they were just. I think that that's important. Because you've got you've got people robbie robertson who all here we go now was writing songs american culture as a canadian guy. You know these stolen from leave on leave on then. Didn't give leave on any of the fucking writing credits. These like you said. Steve earle like some. You know. See great but you know what does he know about living in maine and the people of maine and stuff like that no. I've heard only stores to here. But oh yeah it's one of those things. Oh yeah i mean this is like i mean if he's if he's anything like justin was like it's insanity follows that train for sure. I mean you know did you with did you. Replay with justin. I feel like you guys would be in the same circle. I'd we you know we never toward together But i knew justin. I met justin for the first time in at hardly strictly In san francisco alcohol and he just happened to be outside and we like ended up having like a weird curbside party session before he got a plane to fly to australia. And then last time. I saw him. We did We were on the komo crews together Oh nice on a time together on that boat which was which was great and has had a bunch of really great memories from an is that the one with and Yup dazs was on that boat and so was The wood brothers and emmylou the was probably the biggest name that's right. I think i saw you guys the night before. You're at the paradise the night or oh. Yeah so we got we got. We got done that three week. Tour played that sold out show. Paradise went to the bar. Got on a plane hammered. We're was hung over in in tampa bay's it soon. As we landed got on a cruise ship ran got an cap ran onto this cruise ship and then immediately ran onstage. Dropped our bags and started playing because we the ipad to play on that. Wow was it was an intense week. That's other but were you done after that one show. Oh no we had okay more shows. Okay i was gonna say 'cause that'd be pretty fucking sweet it would have been on. It would've been awesome. No we had a couple more shows but Because everybody played a but it was like you know we had a bunch of friends that went on that cruise like it with it turned out to be a great time. Darling side was there and nice. i'm amazed by that because i only thought like eighties. Hair metal bands had cruises no outlet or genucel like the kiss cruise. You'd be surprised. How many artists have their own cruises..

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"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

"Ansi drink so we every episode. We make up drinks based on the album. Were covering or the episode. So this one. I'm thinking also a drink called squirt squirt. Oh dude so We have really good friends in the quad cities that we stay with every time tour through town that the The thieves and dark side introduced us to and they make a drink out there. That's that's just Squirt and kesslers whiskey which cheap fucking midwestern whiskey And it knocks you on your fucking great value sugar hangover. The next day is intense if you look at our The the one time we did audio tree The hangover on all of our faces of that break. I've never had with whiskey before. Oh it's fascinating. I don't think we've made a skirt whiskey drink yet. We did the score fireball. So that's technically whiskey. But that was the list that was delicious i. We haven't made a bad squirt based beverage yet. We started doing squirt based beverages Mike on one of the first episodes he comes in all excited with this. Like twenty four pack of these cans squirt seven bucks for twenty four pack of walmart. And you were like you can't get these anywhere. These are the best and we tried. We try them up there. He's a really good market basket down the road from me like the week after. i'm like. Oh yeah they sell them at market basket. She was referring to eight eighty three. But this is This is squirt tequila and a little bit of cranberry juice columnists l. the griffin squatty. Thank god please. Don't dischord of paul. Revere maybe oh god. We tend to be more of like put liquor in a glass kind of band. That's far as we go as far as the technicalities deaf is concerned. Now's watching interview. You said you you party like folk musicians as folk musicians do what does that mean exactly. I think that's more of a joke because we tend to party pretty hard Comparatively to oliver other friends who are in You know kind of like nationally. Touring folk bands. They all tend to take it pretty easy. There's a couple in particular especially from new england. Not name names but they they do not party on the road Which is a very stark contrast us. 'cause like sometimes some of the years it's been like are we going to make it to the next town because it just just how it goes. A insolvent have fun slow. My latest nights were with you guys and we punchline. We were up to like four. Am yup that it was the one of the last Brighton hall shows. We did with you. Guys was assuming want the one one. We did in maine to well. You just came and seen us at empire and then i think we ended up staying real..

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"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"paul revere" Discussed on Pantheon

"Along may young. My name's luke. I don't normally do an intro. But it's a new year. We're trying something a little new. We have a lot of Kind of cool interviews with different Artists in different personalities. Over the next few weeks and months and so we're trying to do Kind of an x. files thing you know on the x. files You know you had your episodes that kinda walked along that whole moulder timeline. But then you had your one off monster episodes in between so. I think we're going to do that. For twenty twenty. One we're go. We're still go album by album. But it's gonna be more of a two week thing at least for the foreseeable future because we're interviewing a lot of cool people And so in between each one of those we're going to we're going to talk to different artists and personalities about about neil obviously and just about themselves and today we're talking to griffin sherry from the ghost to paul revere i've had the pleasure of knowing griffin for probably four or five years at this point We've played with them a few times in boston. Thereof folks stop and holler band out of maine and they're they've played all over the country all over the world actually and they are they've been on conan there. There's some of the best dudes. I know and some of the most talented dude. I know they have Album that they put out last year called good losing everything in. It's so good. And i really really hope that you check it out You find if you just look up on. Spotify goes to paul revere you'll find him also go to their website. You can buy their album on vinyl. You can Support them on patriots on. I think it's patriotic dot com slash goes to paul revere But we got to talk to griffin. About neil and about touring in just all kinds of fun stuff on this episode so i hope you enjoy it and i hope that you weren't familiar with them before. I hope that you really check them. Because i think you'll be pleasantly surprised by their music and And by this interview and if you don't like it then i don't give a fucking shit because that's what our mottoes been from the beginning. We fucking don't care. We love neal and we love you. And if you don't like this then just leave us a bad review or whatever you want. I don't care i'm rambling now. Because.

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Daryl Davis On Healing Hate with Friendship

Untangle

05:47 min | 2 years ago

Daryl Davis On Healing Hate with Friendship

"Today I have the most amazing guest for you. He is a man that really shows us the possibility of how to disparate sides can come together. His name is Daryl Davis and he's a black man who is convinced over two hundred Klu Klux Klan members to give up their robes by boldly and bravely walking in deep into their lives deep into the heart of the Ku Klux Klan, becoming friends with them and showing them his sheer humanity. Today. We're GONNA hear Darrell Story and learn how it is that he threw his empathy compassion insight in bravery has been able to really embrace a methodology that allows people from opposite sides to come together learn from another become friends heal and grow welcome Daryl. Pleasure. To be here with you. Thank you for having me. It is such a pleasure. You're such an extraordinary human being sorry to embarrass you. I am so excited to be able to share your story and your insights today. My pleasure and I hope you'll listeners will enjoy it. Thank you. Why don't you begin by telling us the back story to how and why you are able to penetrate the clan? Okay. I'm aged fifty, two currently and as a child, my parents were in the US foreign service. So I spent a lot of my formative years starting at the age of three. And on through elementary school traveling abroad living in various foreign countries, you go to a country for two years and you come back home here to the states, and then you're reassigned to another country. So back and forth back and forth during my formative years while overseas my classes in elementary school and things like that were filled with kids from all over the world. Anybody who had an embassy in those countries all of their children went to the same school. So my classmates were Nigeria Italian Russian Japanese French you name it they had an embassy there I was in school with their kids and to me that was the norm that was my first exposure to school. and. So when I would come back home at the end of the two year assignment, I would either be in all black schools. Black and white schools meaning the still segregated schools or the newly integrated ones like. Well I left. CHICAGO. Shortly after I was born but we will come back and we would be like in Washington DC or be in Massachusetts different places for a short time before being reassigned every other two years. So I was back I know I was for part of Second Grade I was back for a fourth grade. I was back in sixth grade and I was back here in eighth grade when I would come back the schools were either all black or black and white meeting still segregated. Or newly integrated, and there was not the amount of diversity in my classroom that I had overseas. So in one case, I was in fourth grade nine, hundred, sixty, eight, I was ten years old and I was one of two black children in the entire school myself in fourth grade and a little black girl in second grade. So consequently, all of my friends were white and many of my male friends were members of the local, Cub Scout Group and they invited me to join which I did. And during a March we had from Lexington Concord to commemorate the ride of a Paul Revere. Suddenly I was being pelted with soda pop bottles and cans and Rawson just debris from the street by just a small group of the white spectators on the sidewalk not everybody most people were cheering us in waving and all that kind of thing. But there were about maybe five people off to my right I remember there being a couple of kids or half a year or two older than myself and a couple of adults who are throwing ends, and when I first began getting hit and looked over and saw this my first thought was oh, those people over there don't like the scouts. That's how naive I was because I had never been to. Before and it wasn't until my scout leaders came rushing over and these were white people, my den mother, my cub leader, my troop master, and they huddled over me with their bodies and escorted me out of the danger. And I realized I was the only person being targeted because nobody else was getting this special protection and I, asked him, I, said, why am I being hit why they're doing this? I didn't do anything and all they would do this kind of shush me and rushing along telling me everything would be okay. Just keep moving. and. So they never answered the question. At the end of the day when I returned home my mother and father who would not at the parade. were, fixing, cleaning the UP, putting bandaids on me and ask me how do I fall down and get scraped up I told him I didn't fall down into the mud happened. And this was the first time in my life that I heard the word racism they explained what racism was to me. And my opinion old brain could not process this definition. It made no sense to me whatsoever I'd been around white people from all over the world at this point and none of them whether they were my fellow Americans my French friends, my Swedish friends, my Australian friends, none of them treated me like this. So my parents were making this up because people don't do things like that. And they assured me that not all white people do this but there is an element of some they do and I just cannot wrap my head around it. So I didn't believe them well about almost two months later. That same year nineteen, Sixty, eight. On April the fourth Martin Luther King was assassinated. And every major city in this country burned to the ground. All in the name of this new word I had learned call racism.

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Time captured in a capsule

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Time captured in a capsule

"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.

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Dr. Michael Klaper - Get Off Your 'Buts'

Plant Strong

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Michael Klaper - Get Off Your 'Buts'

"All right I am here in Sedona. I'm here with Dr Clapper. We have just finished up another immersion program and once again. It's been pretty magical. It's been pretty magical wonderful. Yeah and again I wanNA thank you for being part of this team and Just helping create an experience that these people will never forget and hopefully take with them right for the for the rest of their lives. Yes and is one of the one of the the women said on on the first night. She's like you know it's going to be as far as her embracing this lifestyle. It's going to be either one day or today's Day one right and she's this day one but that's just it's amazing I find. It's amazing to me how much we as I think as teachers how much we get from the student. Oh absolutely absolutely and you probably better than anyone know that you've been doing this now for how long days for a good thirty years. Yeah sure. Yeah I mean I think that everybody on this team and I know a lot of people outside this team. Consider you a national treasure it. Yeah not truly and you you have a heart of hero and the and I think that the The journey that you've been and where you are now as far as now. Your mission is really to get this message out to to medical students. New Generation of doctors coming up we may have to have nutritionally aware physicians We can't keep practicing medicine like what. Our patients are has no effect on these diseases. That what the raiders will either sitting in front of us with all these illnesses so sure I. I'm devoting my time going to the medical schools and thinking nutritional Paul Revere and trying to wake up the the troops. There's it's the food starts with that before you get into your thousand dollar lab tests. Ask them what they ate yesterday. And everything opens up from there. Well so right. It's the food and one of the things you love saying. It's the food is the food is the food yeah And so that leads me to one of the I mean. There's so many things that you do over the course of this week with these engine to immersion. Whether it's being a lecturer weather it is you know doing your Galileo story at talent. Show night whether it's telling blood curdling tales around the Campfire. Whether it's giving us a lesson on the stars and you know the planets that is just mesmerizing. So you you bring such an amazing depth of spirit but one of the things one of your lectures was why everybody matters And and that's what I want to focus the next twenty five minutes. Sure let me start by saying you know you start this lecture by saying you know people we have to kind of we gotta get rid of our sacred cows and can you talk about that for a sec. Oh sure there are. Few things more primordial than people's taste preferences They get ingrained in US so early. Our mother literally Fed us but that loving look on her face as she spoon. The whatever into our mouths That we associate that food with love of our mother and with who we are positioned family our position in society that the that Term Comfort Food and contains a whole lot of emotional charge to it. And it's one of the major obstacle major forces. We have to take into account when we're trying to get people to change what they're eating and start eating healthier and those kind of folks and I was one of them years ago We carry a whole herd of sacred cows in our head. That I like these foods. My doctor didn't tell me that they weren't a good thing to eat. I grew up eating. These foods. Whole Foods sells these foods. How could you say these are bad and or at least that these aren't helping me and these are just some of the things we need to confront and and just putting up that slide and going down the list people laugh but there's a little ring of truth and I do believe that and it makes them Have a look their sacred cows? Name Them And Take you let him out to pasture. Hopefully yeah and we all have our sacred cow over one of them everywhere and then you follow that up immediately by saying I want you to get off your butts And what are some of the butts that people are having a hard time getting off of? Oh Yeah I bet But the food tastes good but they're cheap to To purchase but their convenience but they don't seem to be hurting me but but but everything to dig the claws in whole Lonzo to those seeking after but wholefood sells food. Chelsea's victory exactly. Yeah yeah the list is is never ending so I love how straightforward you are with people and you kind of tell them like how it is in a very straightforward manner that I think people appreciate and you know one of the things you you say and I love the way you say it is that you don't know anything to anybody. Can I hear you say that? Sure the my job in in that talk is to liberate people from the sacred cows beliefs and When you really get down into the crevices of what people hold onto and why they're afraid to make a change in something as important as their diet alive it has to do. They're afraid with what what their friends are going to say about them. Th- The ribbing they're gonNA take at the at the dinner table or at the restaurant eating that rabbit food and And where you answer. Protein all the old Cliches get trotted out. But especially for person. Who's just making this transition? Those are formidable. And it's a scary thing and so I want to help people just break down because what is it and tell them you. Heaven forbid you you get a heart attack or stroke Tony. You would hospital bed. It's not the people at work. It's not your daughter in law. It's not the people knew. Go out to dinner with its you were. You're a grown man. You're grown woman. The man what people think. Yeah at this point. You don't owe anything to anybody. You know any excuses. You know owe any apologies. You're grown men are grown woman. It's nobody's business. What you order for lunch Make decision that's best for your body and for the larger body if you have any concern at all about the animal's planet and children in the future that we can talk about that as it unfolds. But it's time to free yourself from this paper. Tiger bill going to think but it's two thousand nineteen Is Not that revolutionary idea? People know that a lot of foster trying to eat healthier and plant based diets are really a reasonable alternative. And it's It's getting easier and easier. Don't let that from fear that you may have had when you were teenager that my friends in school are going to laugh at me. Push pests tach anybody except your health? You know in the truth and it's time to act on that

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Genesis Invitational Preview with Geoff Shackelford

GOLF.com Podcast

11:04 min | 3 years ago

Genesis Invitational Preview with Geoff Shackelford

"Are we are here at Riviera Country Club at genesis invitational all the newly named Invitational Status We're like what thirty thirty five steps from the Hogan Statue with a very important man. We don't have Mr Hogan in here sitting with us but Geoff Shackelford is here. He has a ton of history here at Riviera Country Club. What I WANNA know is in the La Dolf power rankings whereas Geoff Shackelford? George kisses up there now. He's high we continue to include. It's not if they're on the list I'm not on. The list is Tiger California Golfer at this point Scott a deserted us but coming back to host the genesis I think gets him back in full Full status on the list La I don't know he's more of an Orange County guy but but we're very happy to have you on on Martin. Yes he's moved to. So yeah I'm doing well network so like I said you have a ton of history here and you wrote the history book here. What is probably most interesting to me is like where does your history begin? Where like you have been around this place for for your entire life? You still live view very close. So where does all begin for you. Here you know I was very lucky my Dad was in the Gulf business and he joined here when I was about fifteen about several sixteen and so I got to play the course a lot. It was crazy place at that time. It was a public off-course of course essentially it was very busy but we would have to put our name on a board and wait two hours to get out now. They do like twenty five thousand rounds a year and it's ultra private yeah So it was is a Just a great way to kind of I was always interested in course design and history and obviously being here. And then you start kind of off Absorbing who's walked these grounds and every great American Golfer has has played including Bobby Jones and didn't really like the course it probably. It seems it was too hard to him when it opened. He made a comment. And there's a picture of him and his hairs you know. His hair was never out of place and he's just looks like he's been in a timely dyslexia commensurable and it's in our history book. I loved that photo because it was like. Oh well that that matched his quote and his only beef was of course was too hard but then he go through. You know. Nicholas didn't win in here but he got close and then every other great player probably in in the upper echelons has one here except tiger. And Jack Jack. Isn't that crazy. It's it's nuts 'cause it's generally rewarded. Great players and Jack came so close Momeni many times I mean the PGA the senior open L. A. Opens. It's kind of it's kind of like tiger. Tiger hasn't played here as much right. Yes played thirteen times Yaldo now hard on himself. He's made it like this is going to be one of the strongest longest fields in the entire year. He has made it more difficult decided to ignore the event during the like real real prime of his career. He did. He had reasons. The Greens weren't as good back. Then and you know how he feels about POA so that was part of it and then he had a bad experience here. Two thousand six where he played he was a little under under the weather? Steve Williams did not pack an umbrella and we had a surprise rain radar quite even then like we have now our forecasting like we have now which is amazing to think that was only thirteen years ago. Yeah gets wet gets more sick and then he was staying the east of the golf course which you don't do. The one negative of this tournament were staying West. You're staying West which I asked Dylan quickly Early on in in these discussions laying the groundwork for this this seminal podcast recording That you do not stay east of the course. And for whatever reason he was and he got caught It's the worst time of year. There's just everybody's working Hollywood's worrying every school's in session. Yeah and he got stuck in like an hour and a half track just to get to the four oh five. I was in eighth grade at this point so he did not come back after that and I actually asked him the first year he was coming back in involved in this I said you you are staying West. Gov Corsini laughed and he goes so he learned his lesson anyway but but to my story here so I just fell in love with the history and Emmy it's as historic course as there is in the United States just in terms of the people who've been here the architecture the movie stars Yeah we just had the Oscars last night. Yeah and everything about this place has just been nuts in terms of the history and then the location. I mean you guys do win the award for the best podcast location mile eighteenth with the ocean view and yeah. It's pretty sincere water. We can see number ten. This is my first time at revere. My first time seeing number ten in their Saints Saints Tenth. It should be interesting. We've got a downpour yesterday. So I'm glad though it it's been very cold here and when it gets cold. Green gets little borderline these two of the best of holds the PGA tour in near optimum. Or do you not feel that way. Yeah Oh yeah absolutely I mean. I have some conflicted feelings about the tenth of late as a lot of the players who it has been getting a little border line tricky. That's why I said it was nicer to rain yesterday because when the green gets pushing like thirteen and a half can get a little goofy and then yeah eighteen means. It's it's it's kind of bizarre hole and a lot of ways because tough the bunkers don't really mean much it's a blind tee. Shot is not much around the green and yet everybody everybody loves it. It's near the bunkers. Now they're only play for a bad golfer in. Yeah yeah they're they're there for looks more than anything so it's it's kind of bizarre finish and yet over the years it's produced all these great moments and the amphitheater I think is the thing that you just can't grasp on television. There's nothing like golf because it's it's not only is it able to host a lot of people but it's vertical and and the noise when there's a moment there is. There's nothing like getting golf because it's so vertical so on top of the green that it's just that's why so many people love to sit there on Sunday. How long does it take you to write in research research and do all the work for a course history like this place? I mean that has to take you countless weeks. Yeah I was really lucky. It was fi out a full year to work on it. I propose that after college when I realized I couldn't play over you I was twenty three ten and They had the PGA coming up and they wanted to do something. And so I- proposed it. And I had some great help from older members and Jim Murray wrote the foreword the Great La Times on this show who I got to know during the Greens project project here. which really got me interested in golf? Course design okay He wrote a wonderful forward about the course so that was an incredible and on the twenty three year. Old doing this work. I like anything I showed my passion for it and my interest. You know when you get older and you meet people who are younger. Who who appreciate history St Tell You you can tell you can see it and you want to help them? So I've kind of become the same way with people have shown interest in golf history and yeah So there are a lot of incredible. The people around here at the time and the owner is very passionate about the history and the as he should be because the more you tell the story of this place the more you realize holy cow now. There's nothing quite like Riviera in American golf in terms of again not just tournament history architecture. Then you have the added element of of celebrity and I'm that just just And then just having so many events here and the Events Higher Olympics twenty twenty eight so yeah it's got Everything coming here. Yeah I did know some of those stories. Because you know we can get kind of East Coast centric you can get Florida's centric when it comes to PGA Tour especially you know half the top twenty living in Jupiter Ram what is it about La Golf. That is different and do you have any of these favorite Brit stories about celebrities playing the game playing at these clubs around here. It's an odd town town. I have no problem. Yeah confessing passing that. It's not America's greatest city. Yeah for a couple of reasons. the the exclusive clubs are very exclusive on. The beauty of Riviera's is that it does open. Its doors to turnament so we all get to come and enjoy at once a year with the greatest players in the world. That's nice which you don't always get La Country Club is going to host the US Open in a few years. That's incredible Again knowing their history but we have we have an odd dichotomy of these elite gray golf courses uses and then the public of course seen isn't great the city of La isn't so hot in the way they maintain the courses and they've Kinda let them go and we have we have the the facilities are just like a lot of cities. Is there more. I mean we have a homeless problem. So it's like how can you be spending money. It's tough so and they have a lot of layers. So it's it's a weird city in that sense not a lot of places to hit balls. And yet you go to Rancho Park and just like places back east amazing characters It's pretty used to produce a lot of really good golfers. And they're always characters on the range just hitting balls and Studio City Range. She's to be famous for the celebrities. Who went there probably still go there although it's not long for this world so it's a it's a weird town that way and then obviously stars and that was one of the fun things going back to the to your question the book Just stuff like that. Humphrey Bogart used to you. Know hear it on the broadcasts become become almost a drinking game you know. He's the love the just get completely sauced out there on the twelfth leaning against that tree and Jim Murray was wanted always sitting there so he'd ride about it and that kind of how passed along But there are you know we have a it's interesting because the celebrity L. Minute Riviera Kinda started more with the Polo Club. Okay which is where. You'll be parking this week. Paul Revere Junior high well. Let's it's only Monday makes somebody mad. You may see me on the middle school show. The Riviera really struggle like a lot of clubs in the thirties with with golf because the depression but the Polo Club was the place to be. I mean it would. They had a Sunday Polo game Or match and and Clark Gable will rogers was kind of a host Just the double. Douglas Fairbanks Mary. Pickford all these uh-huh that's the biggest celebrities of the day and that kind of kept everything going the Polo Lounge the Beverly Hills hotel famous restaurant and bars called the Polo Lounge. Because that's that's where they went after the Polo but I mean they used to get big crowds for it. It was the thing that kind of kept all this going. So it's funny. How when you look at the history of the place you think Riviera and they had these great tournaments in the late twenties golf then? The depression Paulo. The Khanna kept it going whereas other places struggle.

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Time in Bottle

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:43 min | 3 years ago

Time in Bottle

"Today on time capsules strange message. According according to the International Time Capsule Society there are around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide. A time capsule can be a box bottle bottle or literally a metal capsule as often as time capsules contain letters newspaper clippings about significant events. They also may contain a letter picture created by children. Often a school will bury a time. Capsule students ideas about what the future would look like sometime. Capsules are meant to to be opened in fifty years but most of notes on the outside of the container asking that it not be open until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United United States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making it the oldest known time capsule in the United. I didn't states time. Capsules have been discovered but most have been purposefully dug up an open to time. Capsules out of Japan contain remnants servers of Hiroshima many time. Capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they buried it in an area of Germany were German. SS were trained in time capsules beneath the floor was filled with Nazi paraphernalia including pictures of Hitler two copies of his book Mein comp then there was a surprise time capsule discovered Robert Implying side at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in the lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake they discovered that it was a time capsule not just a capsule and it was from nineteen thirty four but someone else had discovered it earlier left a note that stated stated simply thanks for the brandy the note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle nine schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea idea that in fifty years most of the children stolen the area would appreciate the context when the count capsule was opened fifty years later in the nineteen fifties most children children wrote about flying cars rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letter reserve about pollution and becoming President Demolition crews in Albuquerque New Mexico discovered a time capsule from nineteen sixty eight Nero former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV shows. But I'm Greg Lee. Young men left a different kind of note. I'm dead. He said I go to Montgomery School. This is the olden school name. I was born born. Nineteen hundred you auto unless spelled A. U. T. O.. Now no I'm debt. My favorite subject is spooking. The police I I played the guitar in case. You don't know what it is. It is aboard with strings on it. I am ten years old seal later savages now granted. Greg uncowed Morbid. The most unusual times capsule moat certainly but one concerned. A prophecy came true. The capsule was metal. Camel box pulled from the foundation of a building all that was left of the buried and burned out logging town of climax in southern Cascade Kate mountain range. The child's printing date was nineteen forty eight described town on British Columbia's North Coast would boom in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine with over a thousand residents but will be completely deserted by nineteen eighty-two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern as any any community of that decade. He ended with the comment that even the town. Though the town was completely deserted it would still have electricity for thirty years first underneath a date. He printed his name. Philip Simon followed by grade three Mrs Sims class for decades the notes from that time capsule I found a climax collected dust police archive the department. Hired do officer who is given the assignment of cleaning out the back room. And that included the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule page through them until he came to Phillips. The officer had grown up in Kissel BC and had vivid good memories of his family moving out of town in nineteen eighty search. On the station's computer reveal that indeed kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two and yet retain power lines for thirty years but when he searched the Internet for the author. Philip Simon none was found nor could he locate locate any school in the area around nine hundred and forty eight with a teacher. The last name of

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